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 11, 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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t.pristion Will Be Bill of Knight of Citrus, to Prohibit

tare to Complete SPStNw"1 Sale of Cigarettes to Minors

Mansion E S Passed the House

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a BelL) .,'r. ra n Tallahasee May 10.-Practically

Ua* 10. The house- $$1o the entire day was spent In the senate .
Governor's Man- In the discussion of Mr. Broome's
i new
.7- eyeaingalthough pension law. which Is much more liberal -

f t very Informal affair, than the, present law and carries -

ffcrflUan* and delightful with it a, tax of four mills. The

s were no formal In- J bill was amended a number of times

mor and Mrs. Bro- and at length went to the, engrossing

j members of the leg- committee.In .

jeai generally to have the house there was a long de-

bf seeing the new Doaaheu in Cleveland Plain Dealer. bate upon the bill of Mr. Smith of

invi- Lake-Prohibiting the shipment of
ding a general) I ;

From 9 o'clock SAYS HE'S TOO BUSY. I' liquors from wet counties into dry
eleven earriages went I l4BIG fiRE AT 'N[V fRRY counties, following the same lines as
the argument on the. second readingof
through I
w and forth Can't Therefore, Go to Court to Be Young Couple Quarreled and Prettyi '
the bill. There were 35 votes for
going and coming I
people Libel. Wife Ran Away.
Tried for Criminal: and 18 against the bill on final passage ;
m. Savannah Ga., May 10.-The police
GREAT PORTION OP THE BUSINESS quite a number of the gentle- '
with light Tallahassee May 10.
was ablate Deputy today made happy Fred Boyd; a con-

stately 1 and white Sheriff Young, of Manatee county, is i I SECTION WAS DEST I I tractor of Hampton S..C., when they men sending up explanations of their

.' irk background of here with a capias for Claude L'Engle i ROYED. j located for him his pretty 19yearold votes.
lantern who Is wanted in Bradentown to Tomorrow ends the sixth week of .
Here and there a answer wife who ran away from hlmeI
lighted the ap- the charge of criminally libeling the legislature, leaving three more
tit a treee Tuesday. Boyd has been in the city

I five r.delightfully prim- John A. Graham, five Indictments PROPERTY LOSS IS HGWY ;, several days in search of his wife, for the session of 1907.

tp**? One almost looked baring! been found against L'Engle. but was unsuccessful until this moral The senate, by a tie vote, 13 to 13. '

(/tad hobgoblins to step County Judge Stewart, of Manatee I i Ing. The differences of the couple refused to reconsider the passage of

: shadowy woods, that county, had L'Engle's bond estreated were settled and they departed this Mr. Harris' pilotage bill this morn-

when he failed to appear on last Wednesday 'Loss and Damage Estimated at One afternoon for a 'trip to Ludowici to Ing.The

within was all thetreat. and ordered the sheriff to Hundred Thousand Dollars Both. [! visit a sister of Mrs. Boyd. house committee on city and

Over the eolo- have him brought before the court at Hotels Were Destroyed The missing wife was found work- county organization tonight listenedto f

Bradentown. L'Engle that the I an argument by Hon. E. R.'Gnnby,
,draped from says ing in a Broughton street store. She
[large flag fell In grace condition of his business as state L had come'direct to Savannah and city attorney of Tampa favoring

if Ver used In the>epac1 printer is of such a nature that he Gainesville May 10, Newberry take lodgings and gone to work. The amendments to the city charter
seventeen miles west of this city, was'Tlslted which were endorsed by the city
is unable to He declares that he
1 ,large United States go. separation was caused by quarrels '
by a sever fira Thursday council, also arguments on the bill
flag formed,a back- will make no new-bond. "Robert MeN between herself and husband on ac-
il 'mee. : night which laid to lihe,| twothirdsof to create Palm Beach county out of '
drawing room where ot Tampa represents'L'Engle 9unt of her parents, the young woman :
the business district 'o* the town' north Dade, which :passed the senate
I His,Broward.stood tor .Deputy Sheriff Young says that asL'Engle's said.
entailing a oSa- estimated at. about this week. The committee voted to
&l *tn.. Fink roses and case is to be argued in :i Boyd last night had said his wife 4
$100,000. about one-third of which I report the bill tomorrow without recomendatlon. -
across the handsome Manatee county to-morow he will act came here to met a man, that he
covered insurance. Both .
was by
i room with exquisitely on Governor Broward's advice and : would forgive his wife, but that If he
hotels were burned, which leaves the In the senate. Senator McCreary introduced '
layover here another day before found him, he or the man would have
town without a public hostelry the the only new bill of the
F ud Mr*. ..Broward were taking action. It seems that the : to die.Faith.
famous Commercial hotel, owned and I morning, which was senate bill No.',
he for
greetings and every- capias brought L'Engle was
managed by John G. White and 375-A bill relating to the obstruction -
I to be having an enjoyaMn. turned over to Sheriff Hopkins but Cure Failed; Father Now In
which has for years enjoyed the re- of crossings and highways by
Broward wore a that the latter has not yet served it. | JaiL
putation of being' one of the best railroad companies. The bill makesit
i of sort white silk with i Philadelphia Pa., May 1 O.-George
country hotels in the state, being en- a misdemeanor for any railroad
it! lace, the governor, of !lOsborne, a faith cure adherent was
ADMITS GUILT. tirely consumed, as this hotel was in company or employe to block the
Its the conventional even- sent the heart of the burned district. highways for more than ten minutes.
HIM Hortense Broward. oner to await the action of the grand
The fire started in a bray room in The special order set for this after-
Douglas. Miss Dorcas Man Who Swindled Ministers Only Jury on the charge of his oneyearold -
the rear of the Lamb Shoe and Cloth- noon was consideration of senate bill
Miss Josephine Brow- child. Rev. Robert Beuck, pas-
SO Years Old-Lays His TroubleIs
Ing Company, and which was divided No. 206, by'Mr. Sams, relative to
i Naomi Foxzard assisted tor of a branch of the Christian
On Whisky. by a narrow aley-way from the main state printing. This bill emphasizes
[ ntotameats.wna Catholic church founded by Dr.
Columbus. Ga., May 10.-W. D I store, which was one of the largestin certain sections of the present laws,
porch Mrs. John A. Dowie. of which Osborne is a member,
that section of the county. The provides for duplicate fillings of bills
Langston, who was arrested and
i Joba C. Calhonn. Mrs J. admitted on the stand that he Instructed -
flames had gained considerable head- prohibits changing of bids after open-
to Columbus the
brought on chargeof
served punch Mrs. J.Foster his flock to rely entirely on
swindling several ministers of this way before being discovered, the In- ing on specified day, that specifications -
Mrs. Thomas M.Laad prayer In cases of sickness. 1
flammable material feeding the fire of work and classes of work
Mrs. Benjamin E. city, admits his guilt. He is only 20 During the coroner's investigationit
with tremendous fury great sparks shall be exact as possible and pro-
w the souUr porch. years of age and has a good face was testified that the Osborne child

!pith the guests sereralOTeraor's and his repentance, which seems to flying in every direction. during its fatal illness was not given Tides further that the amount to be -
The main store building was soon deposited as forfeiture to
be is I acompany
( personal genuine, quite pathetic.He medical aid and that the parents of
ablaze when the fire spread to the each bid, shall be only 250.
*tie that he had a good rearing
general staff In their says the child thought that by prayec
depot of the Atlantic Coast Line, Just The bill passed by a practicaly un-
and that he would never have gotten
to the brilliant ef- alone the baby could be cured.
them into this trouble had it not been for across the street. This building, animous vote.

were Adjutant which was filled with freight, and six The cigarette. bill, or rather the
He to
tad CoL Walter P. whisky. seems regret more Snow In Ohio.
he has cars on a siding, some of which were anti-cigarette bill known as house bill
[ Nis talfarms. Major J. keenly the sorrow brought up- Cleveland, Ohio May 10.-The
loaded soon consumed. Owingto No. 163 by Mr. Knight, of Citrus
on his relatives than his own troub-
T. J. Laud lake shore, throughout this section
Brown. facilitiesfor also a special order for the afternoon
the absolute absence of ,
> les, and a number of people who talk- with
**.* CoL Robert P. was swept a snow storm
fighting the flames, save by aid was passed without a dissenting vote.
W A. SUcWllliams. ed to him wer touched by his dis- which lasted foCI two hours. The I I
The law: applies to minors
of buckets, which had'to be carried only.
lot to mention well tress. weather while disagreeable was not I
distance, the fire spread rapidly Senator Trammell offered a substitute -
'eere CoL Chief Williams has received a mes- quite a very cold and the snow melted as fast
A. S. the heroic efforts of for his senate blU0.. 150,
west despite
Pun. sage from Fort Valley Ga., to the as it fell.
4 CongressmanandMrs.Lamar. and who providing for state aid to public
effect that the young man is wanted the small army of men boys l

e boa, there on the same charge. bad congregated to render aid, and and occupied by Neel & Burke, general schools, in certain cases and the sub-
of 8t,
s her Aa guatine, who worked like Trojans In an endeavor merchants. stitute was made a special order for I

' Utter., Mrs. J. to check the conflagration.To Travelers' hotel, owned and managed next Tuesday. \

Ur. Mr*, $. Pope ERECT MEMORIAL TO COLUMBUS. the west, the buildings which by M. A. Den er. Senate bills Noa. 281, 282 and 283,

Mrs. MeCreary. succumbed were in order as follows: Two store buildings owned by Mrs by Senator West of the' Fourth, 4
krL F, H. Root Calls Sleeting of the
r Hudson, of Secretary Building owned by H. A. Pickett Little Kitchen, and occupied by T. E.. special relief bills growing out of disbarment -

'U Broward. Memorial Commission. and occupied by Dr. N. J. Barry as Garland, market, and A. C. Robinson, proceedings in Jackson, 3
estremel y hand were read the third time and
er Washington, May 11. Secretary a grocery. general merchant. passed. '

Id11 lac ehamPalgas crepe Root has called a meeting of the Two-story building owned by H. A. Thompson & Smith, liverymen, lost After considerable filibustering on

: mwauoas and members of the Christopher Colum- Pickett and occupied by Miss Laura their feed stables, but by heroic efforts the question of adjournment and a 3

i z1.Lmar wore an ext busMemorlal Commission, to be held Guy as a millinery store and resi- their carriage house was saved. half dozen or so roll calls the senate
this '
liberty sawn at the state department on the 18th dence. I The fire was discovered about 11 finally adjourned to meet at 9:59 a.

,. Qr mtngs. ltn, Foster instant, for the purpose of selectinga E. Z. Walker's barber shop. o'clock and burned until %:30. It m., tomorrow

4 a pretty gown of site and design for a suitable mem Coraercial hotel, owned and managed was only by the heroic efforts of the In the house, senate bill No. 70,

a Mrs.ltoasoa orial to which congress has appropriated by John G. White. populace, who realized that the south : by Mr. Crews, of the Flfteenth-

bh.k cows of Dlaek'tis 100000. The commission consists Building owned by Lute Howell side of the stret was doomed that the Amending sections 525 and 526 of the

pi ttr. hat, Mrs: of .the chairman of the senate' and occupied by King Bros.. general business houses and residences on the general statutes of Florida relating

*y gown of white committee on the library of the Fifty- merchants. I I north side were saved. to taxation and finance. After minor
a.el soft tones ninth congress the secretary of state, Newberry postofflce, located In same Those who suffered loss in this conflagration amendments the rules were'waived,

the secretary of war and the supreme< building. I II 1 have the sympathy of the and the bill was placed on third read-

otter lovely knights of the order of the Knightsof > Two-story building owned and oc- people. They will no doubt rebuilt Ing and passed. The law relates to

r' ivecks, flitting Columbus cupied by G. W. Stroble as a residence '!immediately, however, and a better revenue and equalization of assess- "1
tad handsome and market. irlass. of, buildings as Newberry is a meats by boards of county commis- .]

Whaling Is a growing industry IE i I' E. L. Vidal drug store. [growing town in the center of the sloners. '1

the South Atlantic, centering; around I Concrete building, completed about phosphate belt and the place 'com-. -;;
: ,
_ the Falkland Islands. '8 year ago, owned by Dr. J. F, Ruff mands a tremendous trade. '(Continued on :page tight} '

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hg(" a growing Industry in '
ft Atlantic, centering around SUCCESS I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Your Laundry Workwe
pud Islands.kjnh ,

U going to. build a YES"That's BROWN & THOMASON
i of concrete and steel that

It*"".burned down. One of Our Lines"Notions PHYSICIANS-&-'-SURGEONS- ,

Irfrom old shoes is now
'j ud mixed with a rubber
itad made into a rubber subs -
\ Shirts, Hose, Underwear. DR. J. W. WEST.
,. Ladies and-Gents Furnishings. We
* Darts o(Switzerland all the represent Watts Bros. Co., Lynch- I Physician and Surgeon.

buried'by the government burg, Va., Succfss Lines. Success- s Office: Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue.
*.wpect.. to wealth or position. ful merchants should have Success I Residency at Ethel Hotel

1-- goods in stock. One of salesmen Phooe.-office.No.168.
scientist has made 70.-, Keaidenee.No*.23 or 168.
will show the full line of
t10ns to get to the con- you I Drug Store(Barclay&Groover)No.16.
i,ftit woman's brain is un- feel sure we can give you the
Jsmaller than man's.. SL1CCess GoodsSuccess M.E.. BROOME, greatest satisfaction. There is an
"" added stiffness and a glorious gloss
'of foreign languages has I put upon our work that enhances the
I la anton China the port I Shirts will surely sell ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. pppearance and lengthens the life of
hek i most emigrants sail to Success Underwear just do well, LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA. I your linen. Bring your Shirts Collars -
arts of the globe. Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
I Success Hose and Success Ties Will practie in all the court of the State. Spec
iaJ attention given to Conveyances Collectionof Fancy Vests Wash Ties etc.. to our
1bn Successful and wise. Rents Etc. All business promptly attended I
men women get
of one of the San toa Laundry and you will have them
theater programs is moving Watch for abit foot next week. NOTABT PUBLIC STATE AT LAKCC. quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory -
wtk. city's streets and other. I I manner at a satisfactory

Nrtt I VC81:before usual the price file.the .of. olive Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. I L M. DIXON, I I I price.. I

*- When* ttA the cents yield a is quart at I DENTIST. I Live Oak Steam Laundry. '_
excep- -- -- -
kDure> 111s still cheap- I ORTOPONTIA : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE PHONE 139.

i India's tiger bird so called becausehe r KILL THE COUCHAND WORK. : SPECIALTIES.T. .
t<- is the one thing the royal beast
k lodrea lu the West fears is no larger than the sparrow. p CURE THE LUNG
.?rladent have Yet so bold and combative is he thatIf J. LYLE {
1&4 decided to abandon sug-theMontana : the great bird is surprised by a sufficient WITH Dr. King's Practical FOLEY'SAPED !
tDlblem. }[ number of the little creaturesfar
IIeea "UectlBS from the protection shelter of the I
!!14 kOld1ng them for lksteeth jungle it will go hard with him. When I New DiscoveryFOR ,, 35 year's experience I
a rise.
ai nbngs.)(Oll.t..has alone the bird will not attack. Sup- 1> Good stock of Watches always on hand. HONEY TAR ;
t' thou- &P JM. /
- ported by a flock of friends however COUCHS Trial. 6ota free
-- pften numbering several thousand, i AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. I
t e lJte luuranee the bird will seek out his hereditaryfoe : GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY CITY BARBER SHOP.We The original
Itarted add give battle. OR MONEY REFUNDED.j. .
rte the public to I have opened up a barber shopon LAXATIVE
-uar4".. that I When your back aches It is almost j. Ohio avenue in the White build- cough remedy I
Horehound ing, and solicit the patronage of the f
..Oli invariably an indication that some- For coughs colds throat and lung
CougJia. Influenza white people. Shop is newly fitted trouble No
114 an thing is wrong with your kidneys. WALL PAPERWhen opiates. Non-alcoholic. t
.the Pulmonary troub- Weak, diseased kidneys frequentlycause up. and everything kept neat and Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.The .

.'tOl1derfuI public to think- a break down of the entire sys-, clean. genuine .
preparation. tem. DeWltfs Kidney and :Bladder FOLEVS HONEY and TAR lain
-Ia u- lOin the prosickness.- Pills afford prompt relief weak kidneys in need of nice wall pa- McQueen & Griffin. Yellow package. Refuse substitute !

-nd ;'-'th WO. backache inflammation of the per call on H. H. PETTY, atUINTON Foley Prepared A Company only .;
Sold 7OLEnIiOMA.9Q :
by bladder and all urinary troubles. TA ;
d-w Sold by City Pharmacy. & MCCKS MARKET. Cores Cold) Pr,v* b

LIVE. OAK"' UA1LT- fcKttOCRAT. .-.'SATURDAY,- '-*.**-*- -**,*'';***- *,*. ....". -

seat of government removed to Live VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH ANa PLEASUREDOWLINQ ll il9T ar
Oak. Now If there is to be a removal -

Published every Afternoon we dont know of but one piae
Except Sunday., we would rather have it located la PARKWAT Suit

than Lire Oak. and that place Is.M .JkIson.
J. F. SHERWOOD.Editor and Ya. 'r. ..'
but so far as we have been a $. .
--- -----,-----
Entered at the Postofiee, Lire Oak. to discern there exists no necessity ..

Florida., as Second Class Man Mat I for such a thing, and we beii v* a
ter. ..November 7. 1905. majority of the legislature will tMnk 1 Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottages Spiend

do. Madison New Enterprise
as we -
PDfcUSHUG A majority of the commute to !! WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND lie tat

which Donnan's resolution was: referred PHC .CON<>CT1ONS''WELL EQUIPPED ST ABL.ESSHADY PAVILLJONS- BOATS,ETC
were your RA'T-ES REASONABLE -
mailed to any part of the United *GUUF. CONNECTION .T lIVE OAK WITH Ale:twsIS
Smith. We are willing for Live Oak ='
States postage prepair for $5.00 2
y to be made the capital. notwithstnlug J-
per year; $%.50 for six months; PARK HOTEL DOWNING PflR|(. FLORlDfl. L11rgosic
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents the committee's report.
for five weeks. In advance. Delivered --- $ t2tTO
to any part of the city by THE KING IS DELIGHTED.. Permanent Naval Display at Jamestown Notes From Jasper.

f carrier for 10 cents per week. Exposition. Jasper May 10.-This town was.

Mother and Son Doing Well So Attending Norfolk Va., May 11.-While not shocked yesterday morning by the

The Beard Resolution. Physician 5*y. on. so tremendous, scale, as ins the news of a disturbance at the home of

The Florida House acted wisely in Madrid., May 10.-Queen Victoria, opening weeks the naval display 'at Mr. Register Inquiry brought out the

defeating the Beard resolution which of Spain is a motfier and according Jamestown will nevertheless be "lactlhat a half crazy negro had enter-

tad for its object the nullification of to a decree of the Spanish govern maintained In an adequate manner ed the home of Mr. Register and had

the Fourteenth and Fifteenth amend- ment the babe will be known as Al- throughout the. entire period, of the frightened the family. On being

ments of the federal constitution. phonso. Prince Asturias.. There is exposition. kindly requested to leave he began to

r great rejoicing all over the kingdom The. United States government has fight and had to be very roughly

Williamsiew because the newcomer Is a boy King assigned three ships to duty right off treated before he would give up. He

that if it were parsed it ,would have Alfonso is delighted. The birth occurred the great pier during the seven Is now in -jaiL

the effect of making the state a sort at 12:45 p. m. months and these will be constantlyopen CoL E- C. Home is home from Falmouth -

of political football in the next elec When the attending doctors last to the* inspection of visitors. recuperating from a spell of

tion. night annonced that the birth was a Considering that the most popular exhibit sickness. 4y

It is claimed that the points made matter of only a few hours urgent at the World's Fair at Chicago: Miss VIrgie Register has been visitIng -.

by Senator Beard against the two messages were dispatched to the was an imitation battle-ship built on friends in Live Oak.

amendments have never been passed prime minister and cabinet military piles in the lake the reality of the In the 'c1t) election yesterday the

upon by the United States Supreme governor. members of the diplomatic Jamestown squadron will be of the following ticket was elected: C. \. L

Court. It is possible that havn't but corps. grandees knights military and greatest Interest to strangers from Stephens mayor; W. H. Green treas-

the opinion is pretty generally held civil authorities and all ladies and the interior. But this is by no means urer; M. A. Lewis, marshal; I. S.

that about every conceivable objec- gentlemen attached to the court. Soon the limit of naval representation; Geiger. clerk; O. P. Hewitt and H. M.

tion to them bat could be raised has: all the officials were gathered in full the harbor of Hampton Roads, beinga Tuten aldermen and Dr. 'J. H. r

been presented to that court and I uniform in the grand reception room naval rendezvous, is seldom without Corbett health officer.

passed upon. They hare stood the adjoining the royal private apart- several war vessels lying at anchor Pesident George M. Lynch of the i

test of years, and it is a pretty late ments. and the ships of the United Jasper normal has been Invited to

day to attack them with much if any A Lot of Ceremony.Considerable States navy are constantly arriving deliver the address at the commencement -* l

hope of success.If etiquette and publicity and leaving the harbor. The navy exercises of the Bronson high c

Florida wants to disfranchise always attend the birth of a yard at Portsmouth and the great school. He is one of the strongest ,

the negro she might adopt the plan of royal child at Madrid. According to ship-bulding plant at Newport News I and most fluent speakers in the state. 3

,. some one of the states that has disfranchised the King's decree as soon as the ac-i are generally crowded with war craft I j

him. In the Georgia campaign couchment is announced all persons under construction and undergoing Mark Twain is going to build a !
it was pretty consluslTely show designated by the King shall be notified repairs so that no visitor need leave I new house of concrete and steel that;

that in Georgia the negro was practi- to come to the palace in full uni the section without having his curiosity cannot be burned down.

cally disfranchised without the pas- form. Immediately the child is born fully satisfied concerning naval I: i

sage of disfranchisement laws. The the mistress of the robes shall inform matters.

cumulative poll tax and the white the prime minister who shall then Some of the foreign fleets will not

primary are the elective instruments announce the sex of the child at the arrive until later in the summer and d'Thi 1

used and there is no question of same time Informing the"captain general an effort will be made to have this ffi !il!

their constitutionality. And thg ne- of Madrid and the commander o f government extend a further Invitation -
groes do not feel aggrieved by being the Royal Halberdiers, so that they to the different naval powers to

disfranchised by them. Still the may give orders for the proper signals make Hampton Roads a stopping 4i

majority of the people in the last and salutes. Provision is then made pace for their Individual' cruising r n i

gubernatorial contest favored disfranchisement for notifying the public. The child vessels dnrfng the period of the ex f Nt
amendments to the then Is presented to the diplomatic position. This Is a frequent occur- yf

constitution and such amendments corps and other personages present ence In ordinary times and with proper

will probably be submitted to the when the Minister of Justice draws representations to the different

people by the Legislature which will up the certificate of birth. governments could be made a fea- j After getting

assemble next month. Queen's Condition Favorable. and
ture.This superb ssoJ
s ., There doesn't seem to be a call for King Alfonso has been most soli- is to corect the impression
Florida: to try any disfranchisement clous over the Queen's condition, but that the dispersal of the present fleet new model ikk

,experiments beyond those which are has been assured by the physiciansthat signifies the ending of the naval dis !critically }

being tried_ in other Southern states. the indication' most favor- play. At no time during the entire 'materials
and the
There is no reason for thinking that able. period of the Jamestown expositionwill

they would contribute to her wealth Telegrams of congratulations are there be less than twenty-five We have to be prepared to do handtailoringsay

and prosperity or the happiness of pouring in from all the royal housesin warships oil the nearby waters for things well and this applies to they are t e

,her people. Savannah Morning Europe congratulating King Al the instruction and entertainment, of everything. For instance Roberts -
1\e'a. fonso. The people of Madrid are visitors. Johnson & Rand Shoe Co. you ever saw fort

jubilant. Great crowds are gatheredin ,i have six big specialty factories you will be an
Hon. Joseph H. Humphreys. front of the palace cheering The SenatorJohnson Granted Leave of with
a daily
capacity of 40.OOO hundreds of 1 o
Senator Joseph H. Humphreys is birth of a son and heir to "theSpan Absence. pairs.

one of the recognized leaders ,of the sh throne has aroused a great Tallahassee May 11. Senator J. workmen,They use the employ best material expert I* who have sea,mare

present body of law-makers. Beingone wave of patriotism in Spain. B. Johnson, of Live Oak was granted in all their shoes and the latest J delighted t$
of the foremost; editors and leave of absence today to enable
King Edward Pleased. best machinery Is used.
writers of South Florida, together him to attend circuit court at Live

with his early training in legal jurisprudence London May 10.-The birth of an Oak, which convenes there next Mon They shoes,are that's prepared to make good MIQIAIIS1FIB -

the ever popular and quick- heir to the Spanish throne was received day. Before leaving he gave notice why"STAR BRAND
fire speaker from Bradentown cannot here today with unfeigned I that if the nominations Governor BETTER One

refrain from taking his place in the satisfaction by King Edward and all Broward had made for officers of the of their shoes the "QUAKER,"
the royal family here. criminal for women, at 3.00 | the best { UOi
front rank of 1907 Senators. That court of record came up In
the ear&eetness and ability of Mr. I his absence in executive session that shoe for the money we can find. .

Humphreys has long since manifested I II FRED BUSH HELD such nominations had his approval.Suwannee's The word Star"QUAKER"on the heel and the In this noted
j itself is readily:: shown by the respon- new senator Is making woven -
sible committee appointments assigned Charged With Sending Infernal Machine a good Impression. The senate this ; silk in the facing are guarantees .' ', will find better

; to him. He is a member of nine I I to Miss McCarhty. morning killed the amendment. introduced that the "QUAKER" is honestly better tailoring,_

committees and chairman of the Com- I II Atlanta. Ga.. May 10.-Fred Smith, something since, to Stetson constructed and will satisfy. 1' fit k

mittee of Temperance. He Is a member !I the commission merchant, chargedI University charter by the very decisive Come see them and "WALK ', ', and a better

I of the Judiciary and also retainsa with sending an infernal machine to vote of 17 to 7. t OX STARS." other apparel

place on the committee now investigating Miss Kate McCarthy Wednesday The best woman in the world | The g3

into the workings of the In- night, was arraiged before Recorder NEGRESS SAVED LIFE could not make good bread If same.
ternal Improvement Fund. This In- Broyles this afternoon and ordered "- ----- ; she didn't have good floor. The prove itFashionable
vestigating committee is nightly and held in $10.000 bail for assault with Washing Clothes Nearby-Saw best woman in the world could-
Child and t
lagged Trala'in -
daily probing into the condition of Intent to murder C. V. Doolittle. Save Its Timeto n't make good butter If she did- -
this fund and quite a voluminious re- Bush's partner, who was also arraigned n't have the right kind of milk Sp
port is expected ,by the Legislature e was dismissed by the court. freight train the, May 10.-As the t to churn. Neither could the
before the Mrs Julia McCarthy who was on Northeastern rail- best woman in the new Four-fflfcg
,last day of; the session. road world make and
s Senator Humphreys is the author of seriously Injured when the packagewas south was of Gainesville rounding a In sharp this curve good cake if she used salt for I Spring r:E
opened is still county sugar. colony
the Constitutional amendment seek- at a hospital. Her the attention of the 5K\\I
was attracted effects
ing State option. The amendment has injuries are not thought to be fataL some
by a negro woman who had 0
not come up as yet but U expected to suddenly left her washtub and Spring
appear on the calendar this week. The WAS >O EVIDENCE TO FIX GUILT ed toward the rush- ings in madras '
track, .
screaming wildly
oratorical effort and convincing logic and frantically and regularplaited sblt..
waving her dress :
of the gentleman from the Twenty- Threatened Prosecution of Alleged in an effort to flag the train. DOWLINRIIMBER bosom ,.

seventh will doubtless attract hun- Meat Trust Peters Out. As the engine came clear of the : White and faItJ'
dreds to the Senate chamber on the Savannah. Ga"Iay to.-The curve the dflannel
engineer saw the cause of : single or
day the amendment reaches its third threatened prosecution of meat trustis the action of. the negro woman or RAC
and last reading. Friends of the gen off It was announced today thatit in the center of the track he saw' : handsome d.(
ial South Floridian say it will be a had been practically decided that little 'two-year-old a dressy..S1.s0to ,
'baby girl walking 1 .
rare treat to hear him tell his col the grand jury at its meeting tomor serenely toward the onrushing train. NAVAL l STORES[ our lr .
leagues the advantages and popular row will not take up the question to The train was,stopped less than Hats and
demand for State optlon.GaIDesvllle pursue its further, there being nothing forty feet from the Spring
baby, and the interestint,
Sun. they can get at to fix the It's
guilt child was
turned over to the "
negress. r" E
upon the local representatives of the It discovered
wad that
Madison }'int.ith, Bro.. Smith. packers and the local butchers ; -" the danghterl- or Mr./-'and;MVsj Bob was

Capitol removal;has bobbed up serenely Therefore, the matter will be. dropped Perdue, of near Gainesville BUIW"MENS'
legislature. Mr Dor- and the fearfully
In the high prices will the little one had
away from G_ P.kls c
county. wants the continue without let or hindrance.
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.rot ;: Oak and Suwannee LADIES EMPORIUM

. tT Gathered by the Demo-

erat Reporter .

, Queen Quality Ultra f

f Q ubrelIas at Mrs. Bache's. 3t Is'now complete,with a full line of.

i| 'C. J. McGehee Is In town to- Ladies and Children's Shoes and Oxfords' Pumps and 'r

of Luraville was

jeiterday.Dickenson t.t.eFene.. Queen Quality $2.50 to $4-00 Black Cat .

Ultra $3.5O and $4.00 TO i
!: of Winter Park. Dittman's
Brockport $2.50 and $3.00 $2.00 :

ike today._ Special Service $1.50 and 2.00 Special Service for Children. i.I

JHy and wife went .to
tittj Williams yesterday.. for Ladies'F.. J. Fox Infants Soft Soles 35c to 60c :

Farrell of Perry, was here Remember we don't handle Men's Shoes, but have a very complete line ,for Ladies, Children and i

, r on business.
+ Infants. Satisfaction Guaranteed. !
tJIorrU.went to the Park this I

oa tusiness.s I I ;

self see J, M. Bailey

-- Auctioneer. He sells. I J 'PHONE 159 L. S. HARVARD, PROPRIETOR McCall and Home Journal Ptterns *

Taylor. and family.of 1 Mayo, I I I II 1 L:_I I It' I I t 1 2+1+tllltt111 it 11 11111telllll > i i MI n nun, 11111 aM. I JLULLj iJ i J *).i fr-?

-' I yegterday.Clarldy All, my flowered lawns and white J. Lee Ensign is in the city today.A. T. Smith, of Wellborn. was in Order No. 22 Railroad Commissionof

goods will be marked down during B. Fisher of Douglas. Ga.. Is the city today. He has recently beenon the state of Florida orders that

R of Guensan was next week., These are rare bargains.Mrs. here today. the East Coast but has returnedto passengers boarding railroad trainsat

rd&1. ., G. A. Lyoja. 10-3t remain. station
. any where there Is a ticket

I Col. Ira.'J. Carter went to the office duly kept open for at least 30

1R J1i11I'ut draping done or aLt Sheriff Purvis of Lake City was' Park this morning.Rev. "TED-Waste land in large minutes before the departure of a .

tarried to the depot right here yesterday and brought withhlm'a tracts. Title must be .perfect" passenger train may be charged not
Ford and family went to the
'.one U' W. N. oatrlght.llii man named O'Neal, who was Address, Box 2S2, North Yakima exceeding 15 cents- extra passenger
Park this morning.
-' wanted'In this county. Wash. d3t-wlt fare if they do not present ticket to

Ogden who Is employed by I 11 I the conductor for their transportation -'

":sans Drug'Co.. is on the A1\"TED-Waste land In large Judge Willis was, here, this morn- Fred Bremer had an operation per- ; provided, however, that this
ing en route to Dowling Park.
JIt.' tracts. Title must be perfect. formed on him by Dr. Ruter and rule does not apply in cases where the .'

. ". Address Box 282, North Yakima, .' I' Brown yesterday and is now Improv- connections between trains are too
I .. V Il Wlekham" a prominent Wash. d3t-wlt Mrs. Surencl'f: ; for Jacksonvillethis : .
... I ing. I II close to permit passengers to pur-
morning. II
0 [ Atlanta was registered attest f I'n I chase tickets. This order takes. effect

evening. Mrs. J. E. Wood and the twins I Miss Hattie Skipper a highly ac- tomorrow on the Live Oak Perry & -;
M. Lazarus is .u-P from a bed of
.. went to Lake City last evening to complished Gulf.
. Jt sickness of three days. j jI I young lady from Jasper
. if Midsummer Hats Mon. visit the family of J. P. Phillips. She > is here on a visit to her brother Alex.

54 Ttttday at Mrs. GoO A. will be absent several days. j I i! Skipper. Wonderful Eczema'Cure.
t eaitliu? : Representative Register, of Hamil-j
;;$ patterns. Come 'I I- "Our little boy had eczema for five
ton, was here today. I
them.. 10-3t PRINTER Wants ; "
writes N. A. Adams Henriet
I i. Miss May Roberson, who has been
r.- once. Can_give best of references as -Ro'ot ta, Pa. "Two of our home doctors
engaged saleslady for Mrs. Law-
Mrs. W. A. for south as I
-k r. Weeks, of Lake City a for- to ability., Wire or write "AI L. M." Florida ; ler, was forced to return home to At- said the case was hopeless, his lungs 1_
today on visit to relatives
,.tden\ oL LI TO' Oak was hereMa in care of Suwannee Democrat Live" lanta yesterday on account of an I being affected. We then employed .
; oa a'visit:to relatives. Oak Fla. ]
other doctors but no benefit resulted.
acute attack of rheumatism. :
Jim Lyle Is in Atlanta this weekon
....... ;. i 1 1K .I By chance we read about Electric
Curtis Grubb will 'not be at Caisar Yants, (col), was arrestedby business and is expected home to- Bitters; bought 'a bottle and' soon
night.E. Every one is in slumber-land I
iflomorrow. Sheriff yesterdayand
but will hold ser- Deputy Stokely ntlced improvement. We continuedthis bail for his be- you. How foolish. Get one of our
gave appearance medicine until several bottles
. .--__ fore' Criminal Court for beating his T. Cox, of Fprt ,dyers is here i White Knight Matresses and join the were used when our boy was com-
for a few days tot; get good health. majority. J. B. Barton & Co., H. L.
H.VT-Furntahed and unfur- wife. I II "
pletely cured. Best of all blood
I I He is visiting A. J. Williams. I Campbell, manager.
rooms, address "R" In care medicines and body building health

Iwoent tf Kennith McPherson returned from i, I II tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &
.. Jacksonville last night. Mrs. Mc- E. M Luke and wife, of Fitzgerald, Hon. B. F. Umstead came from Groover Drug Store. 50c. d-w

i I Ga., are here today, en route to Mayoto Tallahassee yesterday and went
ft Cberry, of Jasper, who has Pherson also returned from Ocala over

fitting at Luraville, returned where she has ben visiting her par- visit the former's brother. to White Springs to look after '!lIs LADIES.

7 terday. ents for a month past. business interests there.
... I Misses Ella and Mabel Johnson of -- Ladies I have just opened a dress
making room in the Lewin building I
*a 0. B. Smith, of Jasper, who Misses Lois and Unice Mickell. of ,. route Mayo to were O' this morning, en Miss Pauline Chauncey, a very and will be glad to serve you. Satis--
H beef; visiting her Fort White who attending the and
parents ehre. ; pretty charming young lady from faction guaranteed. Give me a triaL
"110016 yesterday. State Female College at Tallahassee, Jasper, Is the guest of Eld. O. T. MRS. KIGHT.
Robt. Wind father of P. C. Wind,
were'here this morning on their way Mattox's family and will remain
4NTED--Waste land In large home for short 'vacation.A representing the Allen Mfg. Co., of I here until Monday. I '
Tttte Nashville is here for a day or two.J. i t
must be perfect. I IOrh.o iEJEMll Book aid Ness Co.NOVEL. I

Box 182, North Yakima, "'fine line of beautiful embroideries -- Laxative Fruit Syrup Is beat .
R. McCarty and wife, of Dothan,
""-" to be offered at reduced prices I for women and children. Its mild
jfc Ala., who have been here for a week
next week. Let us furnish you some rction and pleasant taste makes it 11
J.: a Brock, of McAlpin, was pretty pieces at a bargain. Mrs. G. visiting W. H. Bells' family returned preferable to'violent purgatives, suchas > J- I

? i of Miss Annie Walker last A. Lyon. 10-3t home today. pUb tablets, etc. Get the booklet ;

|f st MTV A. D., Hemmlng's. end a sample of 'Orino at City Phar- IT'S \
i 1HI 1-1I
Hon. Nat. Marion, of Marion Station :
Miss Phillis Sp(aggon, of Fon du hJ.e i mac>. d-w
route I
was this morning, en
Lac Wis., who has been visiting B.
tome to spend Sunday, from his I IDEA ;
: for the past .
Sale W. Helvenston's family
lative duties at Tallahassee. legiS-I' You know if you really want to,I ,.
five months returned I home this
fr you can pay a little now and a little

morning.J. now and then. You have no excuse
I !
t. not to buy that furniture. J. B. Bar-I

W. Ferry; Dr. Revere Hugh WB-I ton & Co., H. L. Campbell, manager.We .
YED WeddingPresents
AND UNIMPROVED son and Dr. Ives, wto have been on .

fishing excursion to ; Hampton 7
ran up against a propositionthis
Springs and the,Gulf, were here yes- morning In the reportorial line, I

Meal Estate terday on their way home. that would knock a buffalo off a rail-

FOR THK road track. At; the Live Oak, Perry i "
Walking up Howard street today & Gulf train we discovered numerous i

Just west,of Chinese laundry, we JUNE BRIDES i kids with baskets evidently bent on I

farms Be. noticed a new store just opened, and ij j a picnic expedition, and we queried

i on inquiry, found it was run by the them Right there trouble began,

old reliable, A'.ex Parker. Phone and continued until Conductor Mc-

212. d-4-6t Or those who choose Kinnon pulled the bell rope. There .
the month of May. Just
were forty or fifty children of both
look in at our exquisite But a joking friend of ours says that
Mrs. Bishop Weller and her grand Diamond Pins, Brooches sexes, pupils of Miss Mann and :Miss
I authors must be greater animal} because
and Watches, 'arnesworth, of the High School, and
'I children, who hate been visiting T. Rings.
YO(1R "their tales come out of their
Bracelets. Etc. Everything
'-. P. Carroll and W. B. Helvenston, returned I, they were bound for Dowling Parkto I.
in Jewelry. Our heads. I hunted, but then we have
PROPERTY this I spend the day. We tried to get
to Fon du Lac Wis., customers are always many tales they send into other people's
their names, but lordy lordy. a
: .,, morning I pleased.RADFOKD I heads and what a vast amount of :
census taker of sheep on the jump
WITHUS. amusement and instruction books af-
would have had an easier job and we
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hildreth Jr.. ford! As disseminators of the world's
threw both hands 'ere we had
Miss Eva Hildreth. W. S. Harris and up best and greatest literature we solicit
taken three names. We know these
wife Dr. Brown and wife. Mrs. Law- i your trade. ,
children had a'nice time, and

p R l1Y CO.ngj ler children and Mrs.Vent Conner Syd to Conner'Peacock, and Carl a Lake crowd Harris on, of a, ,; The Jeweler their outing hearts, and they were will made ever joyous remember by the IIOEIEFI BOOk O flDd N News &0.

their: teachers for the pleasures af-
fish fry last night. They had.a fine 1IVE OAK. FLA. C. C. COOK Prop.
forded them. ,
Room 3. time and n' abundance'orflsh: ; ,


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TERS. Live Oak Co.
M'f'g. > : : .
-- CONNECTS WITH AU. TKAJN3 ON 3.. /1. I.: RT. ANB A. C; Lat

Title Taken by Association Formed :!:uaa.D -. .
to Preserve the Building. DOW1I. cssrauaL'ftIq: -;
h Manufacturers> of

(From the Boston Transcript.) xa S Nw IKlsedJi'at. -

Title to the Royal house In Main Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, DaI17 Mail aDd .- STAT1oN3. -

street :Medford,- has been vested In Except Ssve'r' '" ai
DutF. .
SUDliu. "

the Royal House Association. This Power and Turpentine.Electric ...
sale includes the old mansion and
1'v Ll.. oak._ _,
connecting buildings oae of which is 730 aID a 3. p sa ? _
Lights "n ar.\, :'art of the city furnished for Residence Lya e
the brick building used as the quar- 7 50 a l 1& p_

t ters of the twenty-seven slaves own- or Business Houses a' v ery reasonable rate. Electric Power- 05 a a H pm L. stokieta1o.m .

ed by Isaac Royal and about 34.000 day and night current,. r manufacturing purposes. as6pmL. r 1. = ht>w

f square feet of land fronting on George 24
Ly. grtt.a
and Florence street extension. The Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special atten- t ao aID. 18 .m ss a

Royal House Association was organ- tion and all orders promptly filled. 840 a 1ft 419 pm M. r
; ; Ly w n h ....1.. dial
8 50

ized preserving for the purpose this historic of purchasingand edifice. We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and 10 a ID M_... .LursiDa___. '

Come and our prices. 30 a ID Lv10POa
flooring. get
.> At the outbreak of the revolution. M. .
Isaac Hoyall. Jr.. who inherited the L.
----- -- 42055%
== == ..
: fled the and took -
estate -
country refuge
in Halifax. X. Sand his estate I City Council of the City.of Live Oak. City Council of the City of Live Oak. 10'1t. as fUpmLy--- ---.Sawanne.iver zs _.,.,_ l>

Florida: Florida: Norwood..... as;
> was confiscated but later restored Wilbur street in 10 ZO a at t 10 p m f
Section la. That Section 1. Sec- Section 1. That u
t to the family. It was built about tion 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. the City of Live Oak Florida as it 10 a... C40pmM 'Ms7o__' ---Le.
extended and L. ........ isy... i.a
be opened r :
: 1834. It was the headquarters for 16 of the City of Live Oak now stands 1040 a :1- z.b --

colonial officers during the revolutionand Florida being an ordinance entitled established from the eastern fifty side feet of 10 50 t: __.Altoe.____...._ r -
"An1 ordinance to prohibit the run- Ohio avenue In said City :

since has been occupied by ning at large on the streets of the In width, at right angles with street said Ar........... Yayo .... ....._.,.- .._.
: societies of the Daughters of the Am- Ohio avenue eastward to White u 06 a 1ft ----
City of Live Oak. of horses mules _.... ....
( erican Revolution and other patriotic lore and oat and tp provide for In White's Addiiton to the said Cityo ii-i0 442 1'm1L. ;.to.- f 7t s
: Live Oak the northern boundaryof 111 Lv C!_.
the impounding and disposing of the
,' societies. shall be a U ZO a ID t U I'm i>C
which said extension
same. approved October 6, 1903 be Ly_._..._... "
and the same are hereby amended so i line drawn at right angles with Ohio U 26 am. R pm .s.ltl

f- Reno has a mail carrier who can as to read as follows: avenue frem a point on the eastern U44a.. il0pmLY_.- & !
side of Ohio avenue directly opposite I 25- Ms
"Section 1. Horses mules. hogs
JP- neither read nor write not because I Cha
and goats shall not be allowed to run to the northern bounadry of Wilbur lit a.. $11 p m'Lv' 3toe.-- l M s
| the government desires this sort of I' street, as it now stands running at m1Lv -
at large upon any of the streets alleys 06 a m 5 Z1'p :: -
I- clerk in the service but because the lanes or unenclosed property of rifbt angles to said Ohio avenue 1032 _-F 5a
,Lv- nboiloway'- :-
feet to White street In White's Addi- 16. m b 35 pm
postmaster cannot get applications the City of Live Oak. and that-cows' u i6a
e tion In said City of Live Oak. Flo I I Lv tUnU"k.-._...... -
shall not be allowed to run at large I --.L
for the posiiton from the ranks off three feet U aID i 43 p m a 3 a.
Ida therefrom
upon any of the streets lanes or excepting ..._ .
M -I'wr7 ..
those who are making more money In the northern side of the 5 60 -
public highways of the said City or .across 11 U m P m, lids
r other lines. The cost of living is so otter unenclosed premises within Parshley family burial grounds i

-_. high in Reno that no one wishes toT the following boundary in said Cityof which is Included in said descriptionand (4) Telegragh or Telephone Station. (3 Flag Station (r) lteei.tey (at....
within the iron fence inclosingsaid
try his luck with the chance of pro- Live Oak. Florida to-wit: Agency Station T. P. Ate........
burial grounds.
Beginnig at a point where Irvin aam. G- .r AgentTO
motion in the civil service. John
; and First streets intersects and run- Section II. That condemnation I 11II'

| Duvrey recently over from France ning south to where Irvin and Car- proceedings shall be instituted in the

j,' has started to serve as mail carter roll streets intersect thense east to name of the City of Live Oak. In accordance > '
Houston street. thence south along with the provisions of the THE 1
t and although he can neither read nor
Houston street to John street, thence Statutes in such case made and provided I
I write he compares the numbers on east on John street to' Church street for the purpose of carryingout

the houses with the address and thence south on Church street to cor- the provisions of Section 1 of

manages to hold down his job. -San poration line, thence east on corpora- this Ordinance. JAM ESTOWNExposi.t1o !
Section III. That this ordinance
r Francisco Chronicle.A tion line to White street thence
north on White street to Howard shall take effect upon its passage bow

street. thence east on Howard streetto the Council and approved by the

writer in April National Review a point opposite Georgia avenue Mayor or upon its becoming an 3
thence north to and along Georgia ordinance without the approval of the
says of Moorish civilization: "It is Mayor. '
avenue to the northeast corner of
r something so apart; these great Bryson street and Georgia avenue Introduced by Alderman F. Ion

Ijg" houses this luxury of horses servants thence due north along section line Robertson and passed by City
to point opposite Fifth street Council in regular session assembledon
living and leisure this beauty a
this 8th day of April A. D. 1907.
thence west to and along street
[ | of architecture creating buildings im-
to Atlantic Coast Line railroad CHAS. H. BROWN.
possible to reproduce anywhere else; thence southwest across Atlantic President City Council. via the

this literature bigoted and restricted Coast Line railroad to First street Attest:

as it Is. but existing utterly eelf- tbence west along First street to S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I .
point of beginning." S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the
sufficent. "Section II. It shall be the dutyof City of Live Oak Florida do hereby AtiarticCoastLiPeople
certify that the above and foregoing
,the City Marshal or any deputy
f My Best.Friend. Marshal or policeman of the said Ordinance No. 5 7.was regularly pass- |
City to take possession of and placein ed by the City Council on the 8th day

Alexander Benton who lives on a pound to be provided for that of April A. D. 1907. and the same all Florida the Atlantic Coast LsxS
over see
is certified
to the Mayor for
Rural Route 1 Fort N. Y. horse mule hog or goat
Edward purpose any '
'Dr. New Discovery is found by him or them running at his approval. pie Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Eiposaoa:J;
l says: King's
r- large upon any of the streets alleys. Witness my hand and seal of said with Pullman boffcfjj
my ,best earthly friend.. It cured me highways or other unenclosed property City this 8th day of April. A. D. daily trains each way, through

of asthma six years ago. It has also within said City and likewise 1907.Seal cars. v ,i

performed a wonderful cure of In- take possession of and place in said ) S. P_ MAYS, limit excursaaSaon
Season days and fifteen days
City Clerk. sixty
wife. The first bottle ended the ter- pound any cow found by him or them
r' running at large on any of the streets Examined and approved by me
sale from 10th SOthitfctsj
daily April to
rible cough and this accomplished alleys lanes public highways or this 9th day of April A. D. 1907.M. .

the other symptoms left one by one other unenclosed property of said E. BROOME. Mayor. Coach excursions at very low rates. j I

until 'she was perfectly well. Dr. City of Live Oak within the bound- j
aries prescribed In Section I hereof." For further information see your nearest r
King's New Discovery's power over ,
"Section VII. For catching and !!!@!
coughs and colds is simply marvel- impounding stock under this ordinance EDUCATION OI'_ or writ, Frank: C. Boylston, District Passenger ,

ous." No other remedy baa ever :, the City Marshal shall be en- } yp, Geoaaetr. bntic Coast Line Jacksonville Fla. j
H..t.ry ,
equaled It. Fully guaranteed by Barclay titled to the following fees, namely: .....:0. ""'". Os .. c."F KaQ; 1
._ ,
C'.eskirl. ro r. ( ? iAJdnv. ".n y..t7 el _
k & Groover, druggists. 50c and For catching and impounding horses, +r. "'t..t'- .X.X.HIM S ea+tia I&
mules and cows fifty cents per head ,
$1.00. Trial bttle free. d-w -----
goats thirty cents per head hogs one

dollar per head. For feeding and Live Oak & Gr
This curious story of ducks and taking care of such stock while in :: A LIQUID COLD CURE Perry
related pound for horses mules and cows he
swallows is by a Chicago I
shall receive forty cents per day per I ----ANDlAXATIVE ----
News correspondent. As he was bead each, for bogs or goats ten cents :: Railroad Company.

passing a farmyard he say the ducks *>er day per head each; for advertiSe COUGH SYRUPTHE ",

catching and eating swallows. One ing and selling such animals he shall I Schedule Effective, April 1, 1907.
receive the sum of fifty cents for .
duck was swimming in the pond and rty
horses mules or cows'per bead, and wa3T souse E
caught a swallow skimming above for bogs or goats the sum of twenty- l8T.CLAS8_'2n. CL I tn.a.I :

the water. With considerable strug- five cents per head each. The word"bog" Mail a PUllen-Frt. and Mal tlPaPass.
THE ORIGINAL cU. Pass Pass s 5No.
gling and holding the swallow under under this ordinance shall be r: I

the water the duck ate the bird. taken to include "pigs." NEW .L No.S. No.3. N..2. N"l-
Section Ha. That this Ordinance I Sunday Daily ex, pair ::: ...
Another duck that was on soft mud shall take effect Immediately upon I Daily. Only SandaA

also caught a swallow and eventually Its passage by the Council and approval IDEA A. M. P. M. P. M.. P.)L P. K. 1.1

t ate it, but only after a longer struggleas by the Mayor as to mules Leave Leave Leave Arrk.t Ar ta.
horses goats and hogs but shall not 8 130 % .&0 ....._..._.._..,Llv. k.-_,........... .. ,,iI: t
8 13 f
it could not hold the swallow 143 254 Rocky Sink.-
zo into effect as to cows until 60 days s is 4s ::::::::: Starr.....==:::::::::::: s 4pB! 5 if
;' under water. from its passage by the City Council.I Ta* K4 Ctom Blossom &ad u.. BAMT KM aa 22 i i r ::=:=:: Mercer... :. .! :

Passed by City Council In regular Every Bo\Ue. 25 ......-...............-Platt-................... ... 4 4 II! .f
8 341 2 041 30 :............_...... Lancaster................ i
session this 8th day of Aoril. A. D. "A Cold Ly {Ar Ar s .... .. .,. LY 1481 LINAl5
: or a Cough nearly alwaya ........... Dowling Park..........
For a cold or a cough, take Ken- 1907. CHAS. H. BROW constipation-the water all produces Ar 8 45 Ly 4.91 Ly 4 I ........-Dowhnc Park... ............!ArI .. "
nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It is President City Council. runs to the 8 .1' ..........._Chance. .....-.......- .... 1m i
- eye* nose and throat Instead of passing out 853 t 52 : 11 ,............._....._..BeIL.....-.............. .. i II
better than any other cough remedy Attest: of the system through the liver and kidney 8 57 4 Junction ... y
because its laxative principle assures S. P. MAYS. Citv Clerk.I For the want of moisture the bowelsbecoma.* 8 0o I. 57Ar t u:;.:::::::::::::= : Day'-.._...:::::::::: .: .::1.{ 325s /
: S. P. Clerk of dry and hard." I00 'D 4114
Mays. City the Nearly all other :
cough 9 06
L action of the curesare i 06 46 ::::
a City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby constipating,especially those 1- S 10 52 ... ..._:.. .....-Townsend.......... fi
bowels and at the same it heals incitation certify that the above and foregoing Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative containing j 5 ZS i : :::: :, i '

f of the bowels and at the Ordinance No. 56 was regularly parsed : Tax moves the bowels contains DO boa. ". .............._Benhoiloway_.....-.. / !
Opiate 10 605 ....... .... ...
..... ,..._...PerryC20 _. ..... ...
same time it heals irritation of the by the City Council on the 8th day 4rlG 25 Ar Arp 6M.Ib .......".__-HamptoD SpnnaL.: ......, Lv 213 IA,16jI1J JL'
of Aoril. A. D. 19l.. and the same KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE A M. I P. M.t A.II. IF
throat strengthens the bronchial Is hereby certified to the Mayor forMs

= tubes and allays inflammation of theo approval.

mucous membrane. Contains Honey Witness my hand and seal of said ; MAYO' AND ALTOS BRANC13.WESST .

t and Tar pleasant to take. Children City. this 8th day of April. A. D. t oowTAiwixnF

like It. Conforms to the National 1907.Seal BOUND. EAST3F1rt

" Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold by City Clerk. ,a F5L At Passes Passes !i f
City Pharmacy. d* Examined and approved by me Pass I Paaa. gee gee
,z this 9th day of Aoril. A. D. 1907. Colds by working them out
of the system through a Na 7. ICo.8. Na 11. No.1!. No a '
copious I
Ii< M. E. BROOME. Mayor. the bowels. action of Daily Daily Sunday Sanda7 Bai7T px.Sune.Sua
ORDINANCE so. 50.t 0Dl7 Only ;cyS+ta ,
I Relieves Coughs by cleansing and 1Leave 1
An Ordinance to amend Sections ORDINANCE NO. 57. strengthening the mucous membranes A. K. i P. w. A. )(. P. JI.. A )( '
t- 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the the +I Leave Leave Leave Arrl. is
,. Citv of Live Oak. Florida being an An Ordinance providing for the I j tluoat.chest.lungs and bronchia t ubea.I : 86 : boI I : 40 2., ..........-....M&"O.JuDetion r 39 -

Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to establishing, opening and extendingof I For Croup. Whooping Cough; ,I.a Grir t 36 I 1: 10 = ..........:::........C1arJr.. ....... !i

prohibit the running at large on the Wilbur street In the City of Live laflaeau. Bronchitis: sad all Cou& ..! 10 00 s3's 10 Ii 6 0 :: ::.pets an--: :: a !B. y
; streets of the City of Live Oak of Oak. Florida, from the east side of Colds Long and Bronchial alection DO 510 lei Ar 5 40 Arle 25' 6 15..V:: :::::::::: : Lv t Mus

honeS: mules hogs and goats and Ohio avenue eastward to White remedy is equal to Kena.dy'a Luatn. Regular '
. to provide for t'e impounding and street in White's Addition to said Honey and Tar. Children lib it., from atop. Connection made at Dowling V

t disposing: of the same" passed City ten hundred and thirty-two Put up Is 25c" hoc sad'1.00 bottles at the..... Live Oa. and Perry. For information *s t0

: September 30th. 1903 and approved (1032) feet, said street to be fifty .tstory of L 0.DeWtU"O...OAJeaja, U .... other lines, 'phone or call on Geneva! Passenger Ag*t'
October 6th. 1903. (50) feet in width. ling Building
Sold Live Oak
Ee it ordained by the Mayor and Be It Ordained by the Mayor and by City Pharmacy TWOS. mss' ,
Presidert. K. P. *


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produced $325- There is now published In Japan I Ia
-- of gold In the last magazine with the Japanese transliterated !
worth CLINTON & amWholesale
and y1 the surfaces of the into Roman characters. It I, fSEABOARbl I;
<0- deposits hare been is meeting Mth hearty support and

omparatively little. Great it Is said to be only a question of

Lacs await further prospect- time when the old alphabet will have

combined with sclen- entirely disappeared. Not only will i
od3. Coal mines and Iron Japanese children learn to read in Airline Railway.
In close proximity. half the time now required. but
sit are il and Retail
foreigners will be enabled to take up -

..':"S..;;;e, 180 Sullivan St.. systematically the study of the J'ap-I Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines,

H. writes: ,"About anese language. Raleigh Richmond
Bont.'N. two bottles of Washington, Baltimore, Dealers in Flori-
ago I Philadelphia and New York.
Cure. It cured me of If You Dou't *

_ s. , of Kidney trouble of succeed the first time use Herbine I da and Western

r' wars* standing. It certainly and you will get instant relief. The

.i.crane. good medicine and Phar-I greatest liver regulator. A positivecure J TWO >ELEGflNT TRfllNS DRILY\ i

recomend t.City for Constipation Dyspepsia.

fr _____ d-w- plaints.Malaria Chills Mr. Cof and all Emory liver, Texas com- i Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail : MEATSsPhone

J: taken a
.German magistrate has writes: "My wife has been using Her- r :
_' the law
'mean advantage of bine for herself and children for five -

y a woman wh? dared to makeilint years. It is a sure cure for constipation -
ijBJt against I Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
to the and malaria fever which Is sub- i.
against duel Her animosity stantiated by what it has done for
her to omit r
Induced "
coanenman my family Sold by Suwannee Drug

w..awea tilt!gurbomaster on #ierr. for caused which her Indlg-to Co. d-w I The Jamestown Exposition Line jj i Promdt deliveries

W.I roeeruted, with the result that when King Edward VII. visits
I NORFOLK V/\ anywhere in the
with the alter-
bedU.SO. J :
tU Marienbad for the cure his diet Is I

Ljj,of ten daYS' imprisonment. much restricted. For breakfast he I Excursion Tickets on Silo Daily : ; I II

may partake of eggs, cold ham, rusks : City.
! *
Do You Love and coffee. Luncheon Is served about

; baby! You wonder why he half past 1, and the following diet For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent

Myt L Bay a bottle of White's Cream is recommended: Fresh trout, chichen I; of Seaboard, or write, II
veal and compote of plums.
he will never cry. S. C. EOYLSTON JR., Asst. GenL Pass.Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
worms, and the while white wine with Gelsshubler Be Great HeadacHe Cure.BromoPepsin.
iInd know it. White's water is drunk. >I I I HM I I I I*>*I I M i I > I I-I 11 i I H >HI 1 I I I a I H VM"H..>

rids the child of.
cleans out Its system Injllilddt A Xarow Escape. ,
dim and of . . . . . . . . . . . . .
should G.
way. Every mother W. Cloyd a merchant Plunk : : "Note the \\'ord Pepsin "

bottle of this medicine In the Mo., had a narrow escape four years
MB a i OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT Head e5e. t indigestion
i : ,
With It, fear need never enter ago when he ran a jimson bur into CURES
.mind. price %5e. Sold by Su- his thumb. He says; "The doctor ln-oma'a, henrousaesi 3
tisee Drug Co. d-w wanted to amputate it but I would is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is ;
broad enough to accommodate all, and On the Spot.
""- not consent. I bought a box of Buck-

i: Photographers Union len's Arn'ca Salve and that cured the : No Opiates. Absolutely HarmlessAll
rding to a'notice sent out by K. dangerous wound." 25c at Barclay DragguU. 10. Zfe. ... M. '

JU president,""will hold Its & Groover druggists. d-w 1.-The young folks with their small savings. Por Sale By ''

iIth ambulatory meeting this 2.-The breadv,inner, strivings accumulate a fundto i The City PharmacyLIVE

,fa Bremen, between the 26th Three of the younger generationof procure a home or a competency for old age.

01 M4> of August, favored with theiition" the Vanderbilt family are servingthe 3.-The well-to-do for the convenience afforded and OAK, FLA.

of various societies of New York Central. Alfred G. the income provided. : 41-23-trwi-yi.

.....phera. "The ruling mayor Vanderbilt has his desk in the finan- 4.-Those with'idle funds awaiting other investment. .

tt Boat:worshipful Dr Marcus, has cial department Cornelius finds his ,

f iouIr accepted the honorary greatest interest In the shop ana con- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida i THOMPSON &. WARREN '
iencyw struction department and is said to
! know a railroad from the roadbedup. . . . . . . . . . . . . Drays and Delivery Wagons. _

>kea your loon ma not been protested His cousin William K. Vanderbilt Furniture moving and Lumber

the entire system is Jr., has combined both the finan- Hauling Specialties.

la the same proportion. cial and practical training. STOVE WOODAny

.stomach needs,,help. Kodol For
on and Dypepsla not only "Here's to your health and hop- length delivered to any part t

whit you eat, it tones the piness"-DeWitt's Little Early Risers of city, promptly. Give us your 1
h and adds strength to the -famous little pills. Nasty sick
bus nes. Phone 55.
body. Makes rich, pure blood. headache or biliousness may come on .t
conforms to the'Rational Pure any time; the cure is an Early Riser. a -- .j

fej_ ma Drug Law. Sold by City Sold by City Pharmacy. d* H. J. MORRIS

r Mr. Calthrop has been Interviewedby I Contractor and Builder ;

,>! loot can an animal live with- the Express on the subject of Apply for plans, estimatesand

w eating? Last year a dog was imfpwed "Women and Dress." "Everybodyhas ,
For SicK Livers specifications. 1'
for 29 days in a rabbit war- something beautiful." he says,

at Gaildford, England, yet was "It may be an eye the nose, or the Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing.

out alive During the siege of mouth, and the whole aim and objectof
la the Franco-Prussian war a the dress should be to lead up to A PURELY VEGETABLE .:

.vu confined without food or and emphasize that beautiful feat- COMPOUND ..;
for 39 days, while Dover retire ure." A lady who owns one beauti- GO TO

the'story of a pig which ful eye (which looks in a different CONSTIPATION. DYSPEPSIA -

I alive by a fall of a cliff came direction to the other) has, we understand QUICKLY CURES MALARIA.CHILLS and .
an right at the end of 100 days. written to Mr. Calthrop for GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by ,

more explicit advice.-Punch. TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased -
, Stop Grumbling. t today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. t

H if!TOB suffer from Rheumatism or Notice to Our Customers. *

"" for Ballard's Snow Liniment -We are pleased to announce that CUBED OP CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER
For Fresh
_.*rtnl quick relief. It is a sure Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED Groceries t

_' for Sprains Rheumatism Con- colds and lung troubles is not affect- Mrs. W. A. XVtitewell, Emory, Tex..
e4 Huscles ..writes child had chill sad fever
and all painsanda ed by the National Pure Food and : "My
and Best Flor-ida
the for four years. We tried all kinds
reach of alL Price. 25c Drug law as it contains no opiates or medicines and finally an acquaintance of ;
U.flu. c., R. Smith, Tenaha, otter harmful drugs, and we rfcom- mine recommended Herbine. We used h

Trttes, : "1 have used Ballard'sel1 mend it as a safe remedy for children three bottles, and the child is now completely Meats at the
cured. Yon have permiMioato
In my family for d-w t
years and adults. City Pharmacy.
have publish this testimonial as I cheerfully -
< found it a fine remedy for recommend Herbine to all mothers

P&fua and aches. I recommend it Acording to official figures, since I having children afflicted as mine." it
pains ia the chest." Sold by SuDrag URGE BOTTLE SOc GET THE GEOTIflK
the reclamation law was enacted by West End Market.Phone
Co d-w- Congress in 1902, eight towns have MALLARD SNOW LINIMENT GO. -it itJt itJ

&kas" been built and 10,000 people have ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. :
pas a word
fo formerly settled on what were desert lands.
designate the hair on the u- miles of branch rail- t
J, Scott One hundred 160. I-Ve I..nn.y
more than once speaks miles of SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
4riiskers ways have been built, 1.267 : .
on tie
-4s, Defoe upper lip" and canals have been dug. many of which Live Oak i
In "Robinson : : Florida.
Crusos, Suwannee Drug Company.
defned carry whole rivers, and forty-seven
a "whisker"
as "the tunnels have been excavated. It is
Ting on the upper lip or .
estimated that the territory embracedin --- ---
aahaven; a mustachio." It ***t> i II I I*+*++U H U. '.. 'f
to have what is known as the arid regionsof Jacob Buck who died recentlynear Immense: Hone and Teeth :

J*? reseeblance taken iU name from the United States covers 600.000.- Newport, Perry county, held Captain Miner's force of men was DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, .i .

to "*U8k- to a small 000 acres, of which about 60,000,000acres the record so far as known, for liv- digging a ditch within the city limits : i

Aaep' and a properly meaning"whisker" are subject to irrigation and ing descendants. He was 91 years this week, when a chunk weighingsome j I VETERINARY. f

a !' having can be converted into farms fully as old. and was the father of nine child three pounds was excavated.
rklBd of feather productive as lands in the most favor- with 49 grand-children 133 Upon examination it proved to .be apart Solicits your patronage-Office -f'
in at residence Phone
jf <
1s a fcng of a for- ed sections. great-grand-children, and 16 great- of the Jaw bone and teeth of
switch '
th or rod m the great-grand-children The father and some prehistoric animal, undoubtedlya
century a "whisker" of Jacob Buck were mammoth. The curiosity is on ex- .
'monl; other Don't Pay \limonT.To grand-father
things af the first settlers In "Buck's hibition at Holshouser's drug store.
i be divorced from appendix. among
Pper. your Philadelphia -St. Petersburg Independent. USE to wash any kind of .
if valley Perry county IAVADURA clolh or lace to eJea .. '
Tl ere will be no occasion for it you ;
I I Record. I___ wood-wo-k. paints.fur
a&rbolized Witch Hazel Keep y cur bowels regular with Dr. -Kidney complaint kills more people |niture etc.:to scour Soon iron IOta or cooking
--doee sot King's New Life Pills Their actionIs utenaila. remove dandruff or penpiratwo. Ask:
mealy heal on the surf than any other disease. This is due
roar grocer for it or send his name to f
that the appendix never
Penetrates so gentle
the pores and I/i..turbed the Congregation. to the disease being so insidious thatit ,
tellevea has cause to make the least complaint Lavadura Chemical Co. ;
Pala, caused by -The person who disturbed the congregation ge tsa good hold on the system be- ,
cuts and skin by last Sunday by continualy fore It is recognized Foley's Kidney Savannah. Georgia
It i= Groover, druggists. 25 cents. Try
e8peClally good for coughing Is requested to buy a bottleof Cure will prevent the development '

erg of iaiitatiens. sold by them. d-w' Foley's Honey and Tar. City Phar- of fatal disease if taken in tlm<>. .oT' !'. '\_J r<.;'..1., f',. .Tr ).

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: Mr*.- W ;H, Hopkins; sister.'of R.' The new mansion Is:set in a pretty,

. P. Hopkins of the Live Oak. Perry woodland :Lett directly l'in: front of _

& Gulf who has been Visiting here for I the'famous old Call hcrae jusf outside -; RR2!

f-= a week, returned to her home in.., of the city Halts of Tallahassee : :_

.;; :.. Boardman this morning. Mrs. Hop-! It mill be ready for occupancy In.

it. kins la-a northern lady but has been! about a n-cnth and is a handsome

In Florida long that she considers building with splendid porches north t_ '
1'" herself X veretiable cracker. Cosly east and sou.ii sapported by thirty-

ensconced on Orange Lake where the two columns of great length and

!' orange blossoms bloom and all tropi- bredth. f iWIT PIJICc1

i cal fruits abound and everything is at I The mansion as yet is not furnished :.

k the foremost she enjoys herself. Bet but an appropriation w.Il be made

ing of a literary tarn of mind she Ii I at this session for handsome furnishIngs -

f dotes upon sitting upon the banks{ and for putting the grounds in

t; of beautiful Orange Lake communIng i f the proper shape. By universal testimony Red Rock

"!; with nature and sees sights that I The undercurrent of affairs polit-

I' can never be imagined by others butt 1 e leal carries a very decided sentiment Fruit Punch has ,been awardedthe

waft her to a spirit land that is more for Hon. Frank Adams the able diplomatic 'palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctivejjess

sublime than the Bible teachesus. i iI I and Senator from Ae
even popular '
and should be
fi success to all social functions, prepared in accordant:
Mrs. Hopkins is one of the noblest -:! Thirteenth, for the'United States Sen- ,
I women in this state and we re- ate. :Mr. Adams refuses to positively with the following: :
gret exceedingly that our acquaintanceship commit himself to a declaration of : .

r with her was so short. his candidacy but his name is continuously (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five'Guests)

t. 1 and persistently coupled with 8 ORANGES &LEMONS iPlh'EAP "
.. I ... .!4
1: One of the finest dancing parties the Senate. I learn that Senator 4 QURTS.RED' ROCK GINGER ALE,

1 that Las been held in Live Oak for :Mallory is in.a very precarious condi- 1 POUND SUGAR. 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

t a long time was at the Armory last I' tion of heal i and it is extremely im- Crush oranges and lemons, chop; pineapple fine, cover' with: susar-

: night. It was not wholly an im- probable that he will be a candidate allow to stand for 3 hours, press but the juice and add to this juice ; .
i prompu affair although but short'1 altijjugh he has announced his intention .
pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving
". notice was given. The belles and of making the race. Mr. add

E beaux were there decked out in regulation Adams and Mr. Beard and possibly, the four quarts of Red Rock.. -

t costumes and they tripped I :Mr. Sparkman will be candidates.Mr. k.

; the light fantastic toe to excellent Adams is a tower of strength

f music furnished by the Live Oak i in the legislature and has been very

.} stringed orchestra. In the quadrilles i successful in business and in politics.He .<

military precision was followed I is known as one of the most lib-

and in the waltzes the young men eral-minded men in the legislature! I NOTICE JI
simply showed their superiority in i and has been exceedingly active in f l

gliding about their companions In the i legislation. that, will be of benefit to

mazes of the dance. Among those pre- the educational interests of Florida Where to Worship Sunday | To Contractors and Prospective Builders:

sent at the dance were: Mr. and Mrs. especially toschools_ in tie rural districts I
. . . . . . .
S. Hi ely. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tucker. .. He is a.:man: of,unquestionable IKE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.

} __r. and :Mrs. C. M. Lewis. Carmlta ability integrity and energy and At the Baptist Church. _I

Grubb. Virgie Register. Daisey Mc- wide popularity. A man whose influence -
C. A.., Ridle Pastor. will furnish, you your Lime, Cement, BuiH
; Clenny. Daisy Sanberg. Ola Taylor S. for good has been far-reach-
A. Randell Rie Porter Will Hopson. ing and whose future is brilliant with Any one seeing this notice< is Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick
cordially Invited to attend our services -I
Marvin Butler Karl Bardin Jack promise. tomorrow. We will make you OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Askfotpg&]
Taylor Peter Lelsz Curtis Grubb I
feel at home and,,wil do our best to
Jr.. Steve Small Bloxham Gardner Among the distinguished men here
Joe Hinely Music by Live Oak this week have been Mayor Freckerof both interest and instruct you In the I The Oak Brick &
things of the Kingdom. The pastor'sclass Live Supply CiiSOUTHERNB U
Stinged Orchestra. Tampa, Hon. E. R. Gunby a lead-
f of men which meets at 10
ing Republican politician and an altogether -
o'clock in connection with the Sun-
:Max.Krauss the veteran drummer charming man Hon. William -
day-school Invites you to meet with '
and president of the Traveling Men's H. Milton and Sheriff Hayes of
them. J
Protective Association arrived in the Marianna Dr. S. H. Blitch who Is 1111111111
Thirty minutes Is given to a Bible ,
_ city yesterday from Newberry. and one of the finest and best loved men
lecture by :Mr. Ridley.At
had the appearance of being a typical la the state Mr. S. A. Rawls of Ocala
11 a. m., the subject will be: .
Florida Hobo who had just "drilledin" I president of the State Board of Trade 11 COON!
God's Great Army-Its Victories :
from a tie snooze. But such I and lessee of the State convicts W. "
and Mistakes. There were three :
was not the case. He had been at i i K. Haile of Jacksonville and former ,
additions'last Sunday and we are ex-
Newberry the night before when that Governor Jennings.
pecting others toT unite with us to _
i town burned down and had workedall t
I morrow. Let every member make : ;
night assisting in extinguishingthe They still walk the plank,-those t
| It his or her duty' to lead some one '
conflagration. Even in the early I bills-and resolutions John Beard's
to Christ every week. Services in ,
morning when proffered accommodations negro disfranchisement measure Dr. :
detail for the day:
he refused them, and worked vorter's compulsory. vaccination bill
1. Sunday-school 9:45 a. m.
like a trojan to assist in quellingthe Mr. Trammell's franchise bill and
2. Preaching, 11 a. m.
flames, and restore order from others of less note. In the house
3. Children,-3 p. m.
chaos. A visit to the barber: shop put this week Mr. Faulkner of Taylor f.
4. B. Y. P U,6:30p.-m.
:Mr. Krauss In a presentable shape Mr. Willis of Levy and Mr. DuPontof
5. Preaching 7:30
and he has been Interviewing our St. Johns, have been particularly p. m. r

merchants today with usuaL success. entertaining. Mr. Faulkner is an .

There is no better or favorably known orator of the kind that tears passionto Methodist,Church.

drummer In Fla. than Max. Krauss, tatters Mr. Willis a first rate mimic SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
and this last H. Dutill, Pastor.
"escapade" in assistingthe and Mr. DuPont delightfully orig-

unfortunate people of Newberry inal and forcible in whatever he says. Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m., J. E.

has put feathers in his cap with every : Wood, superintendent.
STATE PENSION BOARD. For the next three more, hs a FQUR MONTHS' SCB
one. It Is plainly evident that he !
can Preaching at 11:00
a. m., by the
(Continued from page-one.) will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only$30.04
and will pull his coat to assist In pastor.
The house then returned to the Special cours in all Departments have been so nanp( t
any emergency and ,salary and ex- I Junior League %:30 p. m.
penses cut no figure. regular order resuming considerationof f Epworth League 3:30 p. m. student entering on.this special offer. can finish" within the &Bts|
bills on third reading. scholarship.
At 7:30 p. m., the Epworth Leaguewill
House bill No. 194, by Mr Smith, I
is an which cannot afford to misi.
KILLED BY SHOT THROUGH: have charge of the service. There opportunity you .
of Lake Forbidding shipments of
WINDOW will be special m.uslc';and addresses Do you wish your salary increased Enroll with
liquors Into dry counties from wet
counties.Mr. and all the young people of the cityare help you to a good paying position or get better one than yae>ru''iP| "t

Lee Ellis Merchant at Old Ehren, Crawford, of Orange spoke In Invited to be present. ; WRITE FOR CATALOG.

Vas Weighing Bacon When Shot favor of the bill, and inquired whether I ec

Was f'ired-Xo Clue there was a greater tyranny than Second Advent Christian Church. ;;

(Tampa Tribune.) that of King Alcohol. The pastor will speak on two very I 'T HERN BUSINESS I COLfcL[
Shot through a window while he :Mr. MacWllhams, of St. Johns important subjects tomorrow.At .

a eighed' bacon in his store at Old stood squarely for the local option 11 o'clock the I
subject will be
Ehren, a mile from Ehren Lee Ellis clause of the constitution, but opposed "The Christian's Armour." LIVE OAK FLORIDA
j ,
probably the best known the Incasure. He thought an It.
deputy sheriff At 7: 45 p. m., the subject.'wl1t"be 1'
: '
of Pasco county was killed early Ineffectual effort to check intemperance "The Difference Between Man and : LM.ttftTTONPresident G.S.STEPH&NSPfii
would hurt the
Saturday evening. Examination of cause. Beast. I : -++. .
his body revealed the of The Smith bill was passed by a "
presence We have been accused of teachingthat ,. .
vote of 35 to 18. -
nine -
buckshot. One went
throughhis a human being is no better than I I
heart another broke the crystalof a dumb brute. Come and hear
his watch while several others Gets License to Keep Out Whisky. yourself on this subject. I dlJ.I ; .

plowed their way through his back. Nowich, Vt. May 10.-Because he There will be a baptismal I

Thus far no clue has ben obtainedas did not want Dartmouth College following the service
morning I
to the identity of the assassin. For students to drink liquor in this town, Sunday-school sermon. I,

some time there has been a feud in which allowed licenses this year a for all sizes and at ages 10 ' m.the Classes hands I ""- ,," sj003: uua sdaaN 10-.00 J>'II"II

the vicinity in which he was mur- Dartmouth professor applied for a of
dered and it is thought that bye fell a license paid the fee and was granted bring your chlldreth teachers. Come and { -uiaiqaLj itreAJs$ ,, aq1 a

victim to this. About seven years the only one allowed in the town. Prayer with you.
ago a man by the name of Staffordwas 7:45 o'clock.meeting Tuesday night at s Suuas JQJ: papaoa uornaoSiAm! :;) Wsaa \

killed in Ellis' house in the same Notice to Teachers. Cottage prayer meeting next Thurs- 1JO ptretreAna]-$uoI E stilt ;i ''aaq JP3821oj

manner and a brother of Lee Ellis Live Oak Fla., May 9, 1907. day night at the Advent parsonage. ; uospuBiS may 'Suidaaspsnoq p Pnquj *

was tried for the murder at Dade Notice is hereby given that the The Sunday-school I'
will have their aqj pun s trjopsauiop;noSuraaUI tq a
City. It may be that the killing was regular Uniform Examination for annual picnic at Dowling .
Park May WHSAtu & is'saoou
an outgrowth of bitter feeling en- teachers will take place at the Suwan- ;* ; p.oqasnoqswooeq :

gendered by that assassination. Ellis j nee High School building on Tuesday 21st.You are cordially invited to these e AM.>U srzq uup utzouaurytqx ; I rEaz2

also carried mail between Ehren and June 4, A. D. 1907. All who expectto services. 1 .tllOOparnoq ut faA!! j

Stemper. take this examination will be on A-uung
Yesterday two sisters and a brother hand at 8 o'clock a. m*>, with pen .

of the deputy sheriff were tere. paper, legal cap Ink and certificate Episcopal bllJ'Ch. ;; ;;;

They are taking the matter exceding- F of recommendation and the usual Services at,'the Episcopal church I lr

ly to heart. No dogs were availableto examination fee of one'dollar. tomorrow aC'll ,
a m., and :7:45 m.
the trial and the murderer Respectfully p.
place on Sunday-school
at 10
a. m. '
escaped easily. J. E. WOOD Supt. All are cordialy Invited to attend. Subscribe for the Daily DeiP\-

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