Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00043
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Be stopped-*h Other Condemn- Insane He Will ,Go Directly to,.
iDS peonage Article_In,'Cosmopolitan f- : the Asylum-If Ever Probonno' ,

and$adorsing.Congrtss-' : ed Cued Will Be Tried:',for.. -

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April iff
Tallahassee, Yesterday's, AVJWiZff p r a
session of the legislature was not New York, April 3.-Tomorrow

',marked by many actions of particular ert' S t 4V 7t lr brings another critical stage In the

Importance to the State at large,,halfa > case of Harry K. Thaw,: when the

dozen bills being introduced Into flayer of Stanford White wm ,either"

the House and forty-one in.the be officially proclaimed Insane and

Senate. Several were passed under ordered sent away to a state asylum, F; F

suspension of rules. or his trial will be resumed before

The House was In session from ten Justice Fitzg ald upon the finding

o'clock in the morning until noon, of the lunacy commission that the de-

and the Senate from 2:30 until fendant is at this time capable of =-_ ;

about 4:30 In the afternoon., In the I(I rightly understanding his own po&II -% Jj

morning. a number of Senators were !I tion. of appreciating the nature of J

present in the house as _spectators, the charges against him and of taIl /*

and In -lIe afternoon a still larger tlonally advising: with his counsel. -4 1

number'of representatives attendedthe Il The commission completed its work

session of the upper body.In tonight, and will be ready to report

the House, the first thing was j I to Justice Fitzgerald tomorrow morn- i

the reading of the special message r A aR Ing.. f

from the .Governor defending the 1 1"I Mental Examination.
trustees of the Internal Improvement W
Fund from the attacks made upon Thaw underwent a private mental
various and I i and physical examination for more
them by newspapers
j than two hours this afternoon. In
through, pamphlets and otherwise., I
this last crucial test he
Representative Carter ot Alachua, I was entirely
introduced a resolution, House con- alone before the commission, even Ute

curred'resolution No. 1, for the ap- district attorney and the members of
his counsel barred. When the three
pointment pf. a ,
1Berryma" members of the commission
three senators and four representatives .
as requested by Governor.Bro- -. .. McClure, Peter B. dIne,. and Dr. Leo
ward. The bill is along' the same pold Putzel-had completed thelffinal

lines as the Beard resolution' passedIn .. # in Washington Star. 1 examination, they 'shook hands
the Senate Tuesday ',afternoon, .... ---!---- _. I I with ThawIn a 'cordial-manner.
: / I J He went back his
to, cell In the Tombs
except that it is shorter, and in the aid other public service corporation. Florida signify their willingness to Be It res"olved by the' House of j I
I with a light heart and declared later
preamble recites that the',!act that The bills were referredto the, pro-j engage, inthe, enormous undertaking I representatives; \''to: "
his counsel that he
felt the
tie Governor requested Jhe: investigation. per committees. Both Senator Crane. of trying'to drain the,Everglades: First. That we condemn the said commission ":

Repreaentat4Y.lReese,, of of the eleventh, and: Senator* Mc-J : I Richard Barry for,writing,'and the I sane tomorrow.would surely-The declare him
Eseambia, the home, county of Sen- Crearyjr of tipa'thlttf-seeorld'' introduced said William R. Hearst Jor publishing attorneys -
la the House of Representatives of shared, .tb. fr .
: Herr
client's optimistic '
ator Beard,suggested tha the State of Florida. ,.. :of*tlw.- situationDistrict_ :Attorney'"':'''!>''T
be passed, but It had not in text books. i article referred to. /
Jerome would not commit hlniself'fa'any ="
been certified to the House, and .. Whereas. One Richard Barry I Second. That we deny that the ,
way. ol e
Judge Carter's 'resolution prevailed The following is a copy of the resolution -I wrote an article which was publishedin State of Florida is either unable or I'

by unanimous rote. In presenting Introduced in the House yesterday the March number 1907 of the I unwilling to deal with :any and all Ready for Trial. t...... .
'the resolution. Mr. Carter stated that by Suwannee county's able representative criminal offenses that may be com- "
Cosmopolitan, Magazine. and which I i Thaws counsel declared they were ,, *
bt did not know whether the charges lion. W. R. Dorman: i|I said artlcle'was likewise largely reproduced ;I mitted within the state. ready to proceed with the case tomorrow -

were true or false that havebeen House Joint Resolution, No. 2. in heNew York Evening: 1 Third. That we tender to the and believed that Mr.' Del, _

made against the trustees but that A resolution appealing to the members Journal February 24, 1907, which Honorable Frank Clark, our able mas. nil begin. bis summing op'address ". ,,j
'I Representative In from the < io
the truth Congress
should be. made known
as of the Board of Trustees of the said two publications understood before noon. In'that e.entp' ,J
soon as possible and If tbe trustees of Flor- I Second Congressional District "of they said, Mr. Jerome
Internal Improvement Fund to be owned by one William Ran- would address
were guilty Impeached from office ida, and their successors in office, to dolph Hearst; and, Florida, the thanks of the House of I the jury on Friday, and a verdict J'

If not fully vindicated.A desist from a further expenditure of Whereas The statements made by I Representatives for his fearless defense might be expected before'the end of
resolution condemning in unmeasured of the honor of our fair state, the "
the Internal Improvemept funds In the said Barry were almost entirely I week. l
and that condemn in unmeasured ]
erms Richard Barry author the Everglade Drainage project until false, and particularly that portion There is little or no HkeHhod that
and William R. Hearst, publisher, such time as the people and taxpayers wherein it stated that the State of terms the action of the said Barry { the report of the commission which _

of the article' in the Cosmopolitan signify their willingness to engage Florida was powerless to deal with and Hearst in publishing to the'has inquired into Thaw's present ..,
Magazine .concerning peonage Jin in the enormous undertaking alleged peonage conditions and world the said false, malicious and mental'state will ever be made public. 4'j

;Florida and extending the thanks of of trying to drain the Everglades. wherein it was stated that the peopleof defamatory libel.President If the decision favors Thaw. Justice

the House to Hon. Frank Clark for Whereas, the Legislature of 1905. Florida condoned alleged slavery Fitzgerald,will#,merely order the trial _
his defense of the State in the halls proposed an amendment to the Con conditions; and. Harris Appoints Senate to proceed without any reference ',

;of .Congress was introduced by Mr. stitution of the State of Florida by Whereas The Honorable Frank Standing Committees. wtatsoever to the Interruption which \

|Dorman, of Suwannee and seconded adding Sections 32, 33, 34, and 35, Clark, our Representative in Con- Talahasse April 3.-President began two weeks ago. Should the 'J

|by Mr. Knight, of Citrus who de- to Article xvi, of the Constitution, gress from the Second Congressional Harris this afternoon appinted In decision be against Thaw. Justice

nouneecr'the article' vigorously. The providing for the establishment of District of Florida, on the 25th day open session, the following standing Fitzgerald would have to quote but ,

|resolution passed'unanimously.. a Board Drainage Commissioners, of February, A. D., 1907, introducedin committees for the senate of 1901: I briefly from the formal finding In 1

Another resolution by Mr. Dorman, Drainage Districts, and for the recla- the House of Representatives of Judiciary.-H. H. Buckman chair- his order committing the young man _

[appealing to the trustees of the Injternal mation and drainage of swamp and the Congress of the United States, a man: John S. Beard Thomas F. to an asylum. If committed Thaw

Improvement' Fund not to overflowed lands; and resolution calling upon the West L. C. Massey. Frank W. Sams would have to remain In the asylum '

spend any more ,money*in the at- Whereas, the voters of the State, ,General of the United' Attorne"'l John W. Henderson E. E. Con
tempted reclamation of the Everglades by a overwhelming majority > as full and detailed statement as to the I S. W. Clark, James E. Broome, J. B. of the Institution. Then he :

until the people and tax pay- shown by the official election returnson expenditures of the Department of I Crews, J. R. Willis Park Trammell, would be brought back to this, city

ers of the State should signify their file in the office of the Secretaryof Justice of the United States In ferreting E. S. Crill Joseph H. Humpbreys, F. and. tried again.' j

willingness to proceed with the State, refused said proposed out and prosecuting alleged I M. Hudson F. R. Cone. ]

ondertaklng.-Vent over at his request amendment; and peonage cases in the State of Florida, : Constitutional Amendment-Jno. : HOUSE COMMITTEES APPOINTED ,
under the rules.Resolutions the S. Beard, chairman; H. H. Buckman,
Whereas, it is the opinion of manyof and also calling upon Attorney
were introduced and Florida's foremost citizens who General for Information as to the relation Frank W. Sams, James E. Broome, II Suwannee County Fares Well on '

Passed over under the rules providing have given the subject considerationthat which one Mrs. Quackenbos J. R. Willis. I Committee Appointments :

for Joint committees to inspectthe -the many thousand dollars already who had been active and prominent, Appropriations.-Frank Adams, Tallahassee April 4. 2 J
reform school and in bore to the J I chairman; John S. Humphreys, H. H. I p.
convict camps expended in the Everglade alleged peonage cases Speaker Matthews has appointed the JI
of the State I I McCreary, James E. Crane. John W. .
committees to visit drainage scheme was good money Department of Justice; and standing committees for the House, ,
Henderson. }
the State University and School for practically thrown away so far as Whereas, The said Attorney Gen- I I and In this Suwannee county's able .1
the Blind at St. Augustine, and Internal improvements are concerned eral of the United States in his let- Mining and Phosphate. L. representatives 'have fared well. Hon.
similar resolutions were Introducedin ; therefore, be it, ter to tbe Chairman of the Judiciary Legge, chairman; W. K. Jackson W. R. Dorman is chairman of Railroad
the Senate jn 'E .S. Crill, I. :-:. Withers, F. P. Cone. -
the of
afternoon.In House
Resolved, By the House of Repre- Committee of the Represen- 1! and Telegraph Committee, and
the Senate In the afternoon, sentatives, the Senate concurring that tatives, United States Congress evad- Temperance.-Joseph H. Humph- member of Committees on Finance ,
Senator Cottrell was sworn in by of ed the questions propounded In the reys, chairman; James E. Crane. I. #
we hereby appeal to the members :and Taxation Militia and State
Justice Par If. Withers W. M. Girardeau, F. W. r j
'm. and President Harris the Board of Trustees of the Inter- said resolution; and i ; Troops Enrolled Bills and Rules. '

announced the, committee appointments nal Improvement Fund of Florida, Whereas, On the fourth day of,I Sams. McCIellan is chairman on State }
No bills of much general Im- consisting of the Governor, the Com- March. A. D.. 1907 our Representative -I Enrolled Bills.-F. W. Sams.chalr- Pensions and member of the Commit-
portance, were passed,' Senator in from the Second r man; James E. Broome, E. E. Can- !
except troller. the Attorney General, the Congress tees on Miscellaneous and T mperance. '
Dr. Theo. West J. Buckman over B. Crews.
; bill to restore the number Commissioner of Agriculture and Congressional District, aforesaid, .
Canals and ?y '
of grand Jurors to the old num- State Treasurer and their successorsIn called up 4ils said resolution and delivered -; Telegraphs.-J. B. --- .' .
Crews, chairman; John S. Beard, H. *
ber from twelve to' eighteen. )3lllswere office, to desist from a further ex- a speech thereon to the H. Buckman James E. Crane, S. W. | Mrs:: C. H. Brown returned front-: -' > ...*.',;;
introdu'ed penditure of the Internal Improvement House of Representatives in which : Zolfo
yesterday, and
covering many Im- Clark.Imlgratton.. reports her ,,.
'funds in the Everglades drainage he defended the fair name of our, mother much improved' in health -;
POrtant subjects, .-D. H. Baker chairs and
such as the State -
and the Integrity and .
the beloved state
; project until sucb tildes. It is believed that now all danger Is :
schools, franchise taxation, rallroads people and taxpayers of'tii State of honor of our people; therefore !I I '(Con tinned -oh page ight.) passed. : "- -J.,
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.. THE !SUWAXNEE bblOCRAT.THURSDAl', AlTUt 4, 19O7"Pneumonia's .. 1.- ,1 "= r ; ; I.

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. has so seriously affected my right and Hoping for a fall
Men who know GOOD clothing
lung." writes Mrs. Fannie Connor i Seeing Our Its fine points men who want to county meetlag.
of Rural Route 1, Georgetown Tenn., Don t Delay Tours to serTe'L
the latest style-come to
.' "that I coughed continuously .night keep up to M. J. CHESHIRE

and day, and the neighbors predic- Showing us for their clothing, knowing that %'* b. WHATLET, ,

tlon-consumption seemed Inevitable Large and Superb hrcdsely! '

until my husband brought homea what they want at the price they wish An Lusfdioasa

bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery of- Spring Suits for to pay. We satisfy every taste In One of the worst featu.-e

: which In my case proved to be the ; dress. The growing business of this ney trouble Is thai It U aa

t only real cough cure and restorer of store best attests the Intrinsic merit disease and before the "

weak sore lungs." When all other: Men and Young Men. of the apparel we sell-the noted his danger he may have tfct a fit t-

remedies utterly fall you may still ( dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cars'

t( win In the battle against lung and I II MICHAELS-STERN first,alga of trouble.as It torn-"',

throat troubles with New, Dtscoe}T.' { .. : regularities .and., treTent.1rI'disease
the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar-i FINE CLOTHING I and diabetes .'

clay & Groover druggists. 50c and i i macy. .

': $1.00. Trial bottle free. d .1 i which is so smart In style and workmanship that, It keeps r--- --r S -,

ihe'eu tom-tallors awake at night wondering now to bold- TO AUGUSTA.1 L !? _'

WONDERFUL. CLUB- OFFER. 4 their. customers. .. Daily through PaHQajf'

: What Five Dollars----and Seventy-Five ,Our Easter showlag of the .season 'correct, fashion .Is sleeping car leaves JacksoavJEOat

Cents Will Do. t -may ready! Now is really the best time to .select your clothes 8:05 p. m.. Tia Atlantic
s, fs herd fresh from Line and arrives Augusta '"'
This paper, at Quite an expense anda w for Easter while every style and' fabric* I tli")
great deal of work has arranged a y '' the makers' hands. For selection we offer: | morning at 7:40 L m. Tot "

: Club offer of fourteen well-known I reservations see the Atlantis

: Papers and Magazines Including the << Sack Suits at $10 to $25Boy's Line agents or write to
I. LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for I Spring Boylston. District Paasener-
b only $ ..3. Realizing that we could .
l' largely Increase our circulation, we fII. Atlantic Coast Line Jac
l the Florida.
entered Into a contract use ly
and that f \ '. 1 :
Papers Magazines compose o .eJ\
L this Club. The Daily Democrat does Cosh
Kennedy's Laxative
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r not make a cent out of this offer. :
i I 1 j The pleasant cold
t' t remedy that
lose but Increasing
In fact we mono/' by 1. :f E,.
r our circulation we can secure I the cold through Its action, oa

t more advertising and also get a bet- I bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy
ter rate for same. No paper ever before -
made an offer that equals ours. -
4 Frank Hayes. of the
Suits I Park '
i Every paper goes to you for one full : : .
'.., year All are well known and long the clty'iast evening. -,

I f" established and worth many times the Our of Boys' High Grade -j
from the :
price we ask. They are .
South North East and West. Their tfl1 Clothing Is the best ever shown' ;. to
r combined values, including the Live the city. We have them in all the :

Oak Daily Democrat Is over $13.00. from -AND
latest patterns
We are only able to make this offer 'i .
,: for a very short time, and It will positively lamt- .
t t. be withdrawn soon. If you j LAXATIVE COUGH
r"' want the best bargain ever offered : $3 to $7: SIHI

j you, order the Club now. Do not .
j wait for you may nesitate too long. .5. .
o If you are already a subscriber to any i

r' or all.of the papers In the Club, your -.-..-....... I I TIE O tl
time will be extended one year from MICHAELS-STERN t
r date of' don = -
r your order. Probably you FINE CLOTHING % NEW
r t c'are'to have all of the Papers and M.w.o..BT.M a e*.
:Magazines sent to your address. it -.... ROYAL .BRAN' 'IDES

nqt; you can split the Club and have
them sent ot any number of different -
addresses, or two or more parties can
come in together and divide the Club
among themselves. On acount of the Tae aK dvm BIOMWB a 4tt* Iwj
I say .we.
limited time that we will be able to BUTLER BROS.
make this wonderful offer we will be "A Cold or a Couch Matty alv ijI
unable to furnish sample copies to I ouces constipation-tho water aD fur
anyone. We take pleasure in givinga i| eye, now and throat Instead of pas 0'
short sketch of each paper in the "Hens' Outfitters. of tho system through the fiver IBS)
Club. For the want of moisture the bor.b
I IEVlVEiElliUfll9Ij I dry and hard." Nearl all other '
:Memphis Tenn., Is In Its seventeenthyear. 1 1 I I I I : I I : ,:I I:';'= :I I : II' : I I :': I II:1IJI': :,:"'' : : : I:, ; I: I I: I l: I I II I I; 'I: Opiates.. constipating Kennedy's,especially Laxative thou Hong
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15th each Colonel
of month. HughL.
Bedford Its editor, Is one of the I c KENNEDY'S.LAXATIVE'
best-known agricultural writers in the i How to .\,Appendicitis per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons meat under the head of "Embroid : .

United States. He lives on his model Most victims of appendicitis are pet stock turkeys, geese ducks er).," also a department of "Amusing I i '
farm near Memphis and also has a those who are habitually constipated.Orino etc., will not only,.save but make j I the Children' and another one under I II ,
large cotton plantation in Mississippi money by having; f this. well-known *I I the head of "Home and How to
and an orange and fruit farm in Laxative Fruit Syrup cures magazine before them. If anyone 'I Really Make it Home," a'nd another I, y/
Florida. lie is ably assisted by a chronic constipation by stimulatingthe takes this publication and does not!I department under the head of "Our'I'! HONE ,/ ;
large number of department editors, liter and bowels and restores the say that I(! Is one of the best of its Beauty Doctor." There are many DTA

special writers and correspondents.The natural action of the bowels. Orino kind, and Is as handsome readable i I other interesting articles in this pub-1!, _
Journal makes; a specialty of its and valuable a poultry paper as is lication which space alone forbids us Relieves Colds by worlds
Cotton, Manufacturing, Lumber and Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- published, we will send samo to them I to mention. Any subscriber to this of the system through a copious
' Industrial Departments, In addition seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant three months as an absolute present. I Clubb will after reading this paper. i I the bowels.

to having full and complete depart- to take. Refuse substitutes. TillWOUX'S HUME JOURNALis we believe renew their subscription i!; B9" Relieves Coughs by c1UJ11ft1
ments of the I
Home. Garden Fruit
City Pharmacy. dw for same from year to without i I strengthening the mucous menthe
published in Boston, and no matter year
Live Stock
Farm Poultry Cattle ,
etc. It is very readable and full 61 what price is paid for a similar pub- any solicitation upon the part of any-I I oat.ch lungs and bronchial

bright snappy. news and contains 32 able publications of its kind publish- lication no:one will be able to securea one. I For Croup Whooping Coal'.t&*
pages. eded in the United States It Is publication at the same price which All of the above Magazines and I Influenza, Bronchitis, and all C
THE AMERICAN FARMER, of Indianapolis printed on heavy book paper and con- will equal this one. It Is published lathe Papers contain stories and reading I I I Colds, Lug and Broaching alectiaI, 1f
Ind. has been published tains thirty-four pages, published interest of the women and child- matter for every and all members of'f' remedy U equal t. Kaa4y's IEontj
twenty-one years and is ably edited on the 25th of each month. Each and ren and it Is worth many times the the family from the smallest baby ) and Tar. Callditn like tt.etePMlaeaoeandt.00bettfw .
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each Issue every department is in charge of an price that is asked for the entire to the oldest member. Every department is alMr
contains a full page poem from this expert. No one who has a horse, cat- Club. of the home farm and business ,!I awlory.rE.O.D.WinO" .OW eaaA>
well-known writer. It is published tle or live stock should be without COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is published are fully covered by the beat writers. I I
monthly and contains 24 pages. ThereIs this publication. In New York in magazine form You will see thousands of new pictures Sold Pharnucd
no better paper for the home and MAXWKLL'S TALISMAM Is a hand and is one of the most readable and illustrations In these pub by City
farm than this well-known publica some 32-page monthly publication, magazines of its kind ever producedby lications during the year that you
tion. printed on heavy book paper, and any publisher. It is full of interesting will be unable to find in any other Tae Great fleadactoe Ca
matter and contains articles papers. This .
SUCCESSFUL FARMER U published contains many handsome tialf-tone Il proud to
i lustrations. It is which are prepared by some of the be able to offer to Its patrons a Club
at Des Moines la., and has been I a publication thatIs
long established. Each Issue contains edited by the lIon. A. C. Maxwell, best-known writers in the country. of this kind composed of such representative BromoPepsiCURES
from 50 to 60 pages, and it is one one of the best-known writers in this This magazine will please all, no mat- Papers,and Magazines and
of the handsomest and moat complete country. No publication In its class ter how critical they are in regard to we can bay to each and every one
publications of Its kind in the world. compares with Maxwell's Talisman what they read. that our offer is worth many times "Note the Word Pepsfo.

Every department of the farm and It has been published at Chicago. 111., THH PRACTICAL FARMER. This the price of $5.75, and no one will

home Is fully represented in this pat for seen years. well-known, .. ,!magazine, which is published of make same.a mistake In taking advantage Headache._
per. and each of these departmentsis In Philadelphia, is not only one la.-omnii. NOn
TUB FARM MONEY: M.\K En is a We call
in charge of an expert. It is a very large handsome publication which of the most successful of its kind, your attention to the ad
handsome publication and is a monthly has been but without doubt one of the most vertisement of the Club elsewhere the Spot.
running a great in this
many :years edition. You
published on book paper carefully edited papers In the United will find there
Cincinnati 0., and
contains vari- detailed
States. Any farmer information In regard to the Ha Opiates. Absolutely HiAll
I. GREEVS FRUIT GROWER of ous departments in regard to every planter, or, In Club.
Rochester. N. Y-. has been published part of the farm and also has many fact, anyone who has fruits, flowers, DracfitU.. ($., ..* M
for twenty-seven years, and is edited well-known writers in charge of vegetables, live stock and poultry. This :May Interest You *
by Col. Chas. A. Green, who Is saidto special departments devoted to the will find that the Practical Farmer -
be the best-known writer of this home and also matter that is Inter- will save them during the year many i[I No one Is immune The CU/"Pharnu
times the from _
: kind in the world. He is ably assist- esting and of value to every memberof price that they'pay for the i! Kidney
ed by Prof. H E. Van Deman as assistant the family.SOtTIIEItN. entire Club. trouble, so Just remember that LIVE OAK, FLA.

editor. These two well-known l'Ol"LTHPAXClFH.. THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the Ir- 41-23-trwi-yi.

I I''j gentlemen also hate a large number This magazine is devoted to poultryand is published in New York in maga- : regularies and cure any case of kidney
of department editors and speciali all of Its departments and is zine form and contains from 30 to 60 and bladder trouble that Is
i I writers. This magazine alone Is published at Atlanta. Ga. Each pages each issue. This well-known i beyond the reach a
issue I of medicine. .
worth the price that we ask for the publication contains
contains from 40 to 50 pages, printedin many interesting i Pharmacy ofFOLEY'S
entire Club. In its class, no paper magazine form on heavy book stories, and some of the most valu- I
in this country compares with it. pa- ,' able articles, which are prepared by .'

MODERN' STORIES, of New York, Good Judgement well-known writers. Every depart- NOTICE.
is a handsome and well known pub- 'I ment is fully covered by experts in
this publication. One of the most interesting ., There will be a meeting of
lication which is published monthlyand is the essential characteristic of > < the
Is equal to any of the well known woman. Invaluable to I I departments is that conducted Sea Island Cotton Association of Su HONEY AND TA
good by a well-known I
writer under'
monthly magazines. This alone Is : wannee County at court house
business the head of on Saturday -
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Internal improvement Board the investigation i

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and House to investigate the Internal,I
e .. J. F. SHERWOOD, Editor: and Ma'g'r "'etJeraHT fn&ersl$6d, TJie- Board -WAY DOWH UPOS. THE SUWMXEE IrVE1
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courts a' fair impartial investigation. -
;1. THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COIPIIT.t. the following special message .

rf -.. from the Governor: Mineral SpringstNotei and Cot
,, + Ertered at the Postofflce Live Oak "Gentlemen of the Senate and *
t Florida., as Second Class Mail Mat- Pensacola Journal on Jennings. HOTANDCOLOaATHSUNSURPASSW.1 GOOD TABLt. GCIOCB.EDs.--
House of Representatives: / .
_ter.- November 7, 1905. Pens :Fla. 4.'fhe Pen WATER.IN' EVERY ROOM. aILLlAJltaUau& TEUI3UH
i "Certain persons have'throushnewspapers ; ola. Apr. PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUI EQTA8LES. SHADY!AVLLU
THE 'DAILY DEMOCRAT will be and other publications, sacola Journal this morning published RATES REASONABLE I UILESFftOUUVKO"K.'ONUVt ea

t' mailed to any part of the United circulated many falsehoods againstthe an extended interview with the .J. &ctA.P'. 'JlIE 'UtuYUA&
; ; States postage' prepair for $5.00 present Trustees of the InternalImprovement Hon. T. Albert Jennings, of this city "
per year; $%.50 for six months; Fund, which may deceive in which he discusses freely and ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL. DOWUINO( PflRK. FLORlDfl Er !
for months or 50 cents
y $1.25 : .
weeks, in, advance. Delivered the people as to the honor, integrity frankly the question of his:probable : : : : -
for for governor He does not I 1 1 1 1 1 ff 1 1 1 1 1 1 T i r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 x
candidacy !
of those State.of I
and ability I
,r to any part of the city by . fTfTTSOUTHERN . . ! '
carrier lot, 10cents per week.; ficials. By Innuendo and otherwise 'say positively that he will be a candidate .i"

they have attempted to traduce not but his statements will reave

} f The department of agriculture. at only: your Trustees, but to create In little doubt' as 'to this question i'n, the. BUSINESS (

Washington 'is preparing to start the minds of the people even beyond minds of the average Floridian. 'COLLtj

E preceedtags against all offenders of the confines. the State the belief The :Pensa.cola Journal in ,a double -

,; .. the, "Pure. Food Law. that the.Trustees-were guilty of mismanagement column editorial :leader discussing -
of the Internal. 'Improvement the 'IntenIeW'and the' probable'

Republicans were allowed to vote Fund. Those officials- are,composed candidacy of Mr. Jennings says: >- 1'1 J

J; in the Pensacola City. Democratic as you know, of the Governor "In another, column of,'the Journals '"

-. j 't i primary election Tuesday, upon Comptroller, Attorney General. this morning will be found an interesting

t promise to support the nominees of urer and Commisioner of Agriculture. interview with one of Pensa-

5 'J the primary. It Is charged by these certain Individuals cola's distinguished citizens. For

h that the Trustees have violated i some months there have been rumors: "

; ;jj': Ex-President Cleveland told the the laws; which laws they are to the effect that lion. T. Albert I tL 3 3

;, ; boys.at Princeton that at '70: he feels, sworn to uphold, -by diverting public Jennings, of this city would be a

,1'k a like a boy. Probably Mr. Cleveland funds: : charging that your present candidate for governor in the primaries Ii 1

i-; thinks a man of his age might be Trustees have used school funds to next spring and many attempts

.- i4t persuaded to enter' the fourth race. build dredges and. do drainage work; have been made to secure some definite -

that they have used money appropri expressions from him on the subject SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
t A New Yorker who fell ten stories ated to the purpose ,of good roads; but not until yesterday has he -, .

down an elevator shaft includes catching from that purpose to th 'purpose of made any public statement of his Intentions "i

a eold in hi.cialm- for damages. building dredges and draining: lands; I in the, matter. tIr. | For the next three. months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLAfcH
The Intricacies of the Thaw -trfal that they have also, diverted money "::\ ennings does not" say posi- :: will be issued good,in A. .JEPARTMENT, for only $30.00.- W :
I li :have suggested many t. velti s.' frO'IIlthe State Treasury, derived tively that he will be a candidate for Special courses in all -Departments have been so arranged Uaf :

: S'P: from taxation, to the purpose of governor and yet he says enough j; student entering on this. special.offer can finish within the limit olE.
; During the month of April 1135000.00 ,-: building dredges and reclaiming for his friends to thoroughly! under- scholarship.This :

in dividends and interest# will i lands 'and''paying unwarranted at stand his position. He intimates is
an which
opportunity cannot afford
you to miss.
;r ,be paid in this country to, holders; of torney's fees, etc., and it is safe to that he will be a candidate if conditions I: aDo

ii :stocks and bonds. This miy not I assume' that these papers and literature present: themselves in aavor-i|: you wish your salary increased T Enroll with us, and we.T

s2 have a tendency to help watered bearing these charges have able light at the propertime. and -' help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yon now ta

stock to any great extent but It will reached you and it would be a mir this statement from him will no doubtbe : f WRITE FOR CATALOG.

put a lot of cash in circulation. acle if one hundred men can be the lgaal for, his friends'Jn all ,

t gathered here, whose confidence has; sections: !rte ;state to raUy to his :

The Florida legislature is in session not been affected more or less harmfully -I support and to those who,know how '

the march to Tallahassee having by the charges against the present legion are the friends jf Albert Jennings SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE.

o.. already been made by the solons Trustees, who are composed of ttfe statement will have a deep :

and now .excitement in that state the highest State officers and fueling and p$'- &fgnf +"*A'nf ea> ing. LIVE OAK FLORIDA

i., i # will continue and will be'fully as interesting that nothing should estrange the Jury Jeniftftgl Js.::rlghl vfhen be says : ,

= as the tourist travel has relationship should exist between that he has no desire to precipitate : L. M. HftTTON President G. S. STEPHENS\ 1
l' I" 'been Journal.up to this time.-Way cross(Ga) the Legislature and the I I the campaign by an official announcement Pr1nci

Trustees as servants and representatives at this time. lie has been urged :. 1, of the people; therefore I to make know his: intentions in
; A libel suit claiming $50.000 earnestly recomend that a numerically regard to making the race, by newspapers -

: damages has been filed by Governor strong committee, equipped with J1mffel' sections of the cambia county and of West Florida date for any office with which &

-a t 'Broward against the>' Florida Publishing sufficient technical knowledge to lUaU for many months, but up to the generally, without regard to local or or salary was attached. Hi

: Co.. (Times-Union). ThedeciaraUoa make a searching investigation be present time has refused to be Inter- state factional'differences', will take firm believer in tte theory tt;
.filed sets dp eight counts. appointed at % special delight in voting and work- office
once;composed of members viewed, or to give expressions to any should seek the m
The suit was filed In the Leon county of each House to leg for this popular citizen Albert the
Investigatethe sentiment that would cause any unusual man the ofEce and has .
circuit court, through attorney W. C. charges and innuendoes intendedto or premature discussion of the Jennings has laved in Jensacola for this course consistently .ia r

t I Hodges., reflect upon the present Trustees, next gubernatorial" :campaign. He several years, and has become fully politIcal. life. ile Is honest,, .

t. T. and make report of their findings at, has, w'if'bin.the past'.few; weeks, however identified with her ever Inerest. and fearless in the discharge

I' 'The special)Missouri legislature convenedin the earliest possible date and I as.H ,* beef i j tron.gf'8 tirf, >d_ by his With the foresight of the shrewd'''public duty, and is entirelythe t

session Tuesday. Gover- that the committee be given power to friends to make some statement of business man that he Is, he soon saw reach of the mercenary poj
nor Folks called the legislature together summon the great possibilities of the
persons and administer his Intentions'in order"that they city and or the moneyed corporation.

.x,, i to consider measures for the oaths In swearing witnesses, and to might do nothing that would embar- with the energy, the vim and the enthusiasm If the people. of Florida >cable
regulation of public utilities, corporations require them also to bring books with which he has
ac- rass them in ease of the subsequent always man, an honest man, a
o i and saloons. A lively time counts, newspapers, circulars, litera- announcement of his candidacy, and been possessed, be joined in the workof sive man a vigorous and en
t1 is anticipated as it la expected the ture and band-books building a greater -
bearing this Is Pensacola and
upon I perhaps the reason which tic man, a native Floridian. J
i whiskey dealers will put up a strong this matter in any way that the com-j prompted him to submit to the inter- no man in the Deep Water City today .' who in politics is without a prk

.: ... fight against any laws to conflict with mittee may deem best and neces- view found in The Journal today. has done more in the limited time whose past political record oai
t their .business. sar1_ "That he has been with us for the
_:_ will_n nrnvn___ a_ buildingup entirely consistent and open, ai
: I i sots "This recomendation Is not made formidable candidate should he de-| of Pensacola than the public spirited ', next chief executive then Pen
is that
,reported the '
t it aa" !1 as by me on account of any lack on my cide to enter the fight, there is little man who today presides over can furnish him. and Albert Jean
.. army' engineers her
,,. ama canal they made theiobeisancer part of confidence in the innocenceof doubt He is a native Floridian, was Chamber cf Commerce. i j. 111,.fll1 ,the high position OB

to the Mlssiourl the'present Trustees as I know born and reared in Hamilton county There is perhaps no more,popular cupied by our gallant and gitte

F : sent mules present! and them to be innocent oftthe innuen- has lived on the east coast and the man in the citY-nOne who stand closer r> with as much grace, dtgnH
f a requisition
for more,mules and
: .1 1000, pounds of mule shoes. Thisdonates does aJ 'd"false accusations, and I west coast of the peninsula, and is to all the people, or who have i'[I honor as any citizen of thi|
further know that they now a citizen of west the interests of the !
; are patriotic Florida. He city and her When the
;several things )First: that peo-j people of Florida w
;. the Missouri mule and; the painstaking, able and industrious has never been a partisan in politicsand pie more at heart. Such a man is know Mr. Jennings as do the

t i j army man are inseparable regular that State officials and that they are yet his stand In past political a credit to any community, and Pen of Pensacola, they will be t

work will ; entitled to the utmost confidence of campaigns has always been open and sacola is proud to be known as the I proud of him. _

., W now begin in. earnest l and the nannla: but_ _u _T _feel___ thAt____ _It_ .la_ mv_" above board. As expressed by him home of Albert Jennings for as j
t p wui conunne to go on. to tne ; anj
',. and lastly that the Missouri end duty to you and to the Trustees and in the Interview, he has never yet ideal, useful and progressive citizen I Proxies Barred. i

:' follows the flag mule to, all the honest people of the State tried to dodge an Issuesomethingthat ne nas few equals,and no superiors. I A painfully bashful )'oungTrentou I

that a full investigation be had, and few politicians can claim. While There are many reasons: why" The proposed ,Jo his gi

t t that a report be made of the .actual interested financially in private cor- Journal would be of
The ttiaatn'In the House of Rep- glad of the oppor means a phonograph, to the!
; findings, that the Legislature and porations yet he has steadfastly tunity to cylinders
." resentatives" support Albert of
'at Austin Texas, in his Jennings tor which J e had pre
regular rl11ng prayer a few dars the people of Florida and the peopleof maintained his position that corporation governor He is just in the primeof told his love. The'girl was i
j other States may not longer be influence in politics is bad and life is a vigorous surprised
ago, said? "Hundreds men in the and progressive 'and not displeasedher t=
humiliated by any question of the integrity in every campaign in this state : man, and
state where haa made lover's
< are today cursing the laws recently a complete suc- declaration, but t$
I. of the highest officials in the issue has been
a this cess of
upon point his of
i I enacted.. Why do they not sovereign State. he .has own business, .,affairs, this betrothal did not app
come and curse the lawmakers Per- ''I further his stand on the people's which would naturally presage a her. Accordingly she sent her
recommend that the side.
bap,they have a wholesome fear:. successfql administration of the peo brother with a note which, r
\ that their teeth will be knocked writers: on the seven newspapers referred Mr. Jennings, makes a distinction ple's business, He is not a wealthy follows "Dear Sir-If ,1011:
to by
in between
me my of public service
- down their t .rpa.ts by the fists of this message corporations man by any means, but be has accumulated courage enough,>ou might con
morning, be
' I those stalwart lawmakers." It certainly summoned and also seeking special privileges, and mere enough of this world'a.goods and tell me what you have 1
J. the writers on the newspapers referred private corporations, and the to be able
does look point iswell to promise the but if
for people that you haven't, stay at hoi
( to in that
1 'J' those tatho message under the I brought out by him. Florida he would, I'll
dare under
: to criticise the acts ofpubli'c' head no circumstances be.jiggered ,if, 1 am going
of "two three is
or others
officials. one a big state and wants and needs accept a contribution to his hugged and
campaign kissed ,
of which is the DeLand the by a pho
Record. I money of the foreign fund-a
'I if
: pledge that I
have he "would get a.chance say'Chillicothe
learned that the to
ownership or corporations to exploit its
vast do- go into the
. 1! We executive office -
publish today an editorial at Talla-
fromthe Tribune.
. management both
', or of the other main, to open up new industrise, and hassee
S. ,Pensacola Journal, in which the two without embarrassment, finan-
newspapers, the Lakeland Sun to
populate its cities and cial
towns and or otherwise.
probable candidacy of lion. T. A. and the Fernandina Star, have rich districts He takes an open One night this week, after i
but he realizes stand
_ Jennings of that city, for Governor changed management and fully that against the public service cor- had sounded, a Boonville poU .
' ownership unless
some .
. is fully and fairly discussed. The assurance is porations seeking special privileges saw a little boy
within the last six months and I given to these that on the stree
men their
. Journal has a right to feel proud of suggest that the r"omerriters on ty and their investments" proper. or attempting to interfere, 'as corporations told him he must go home pr

their fellow townsman. Hon. T. S. those two papers, if they can be against unjust legislation will be protected in the political affairs of the I In jailAll right," said tt<
Jennings. He is a good and and and jet at the same time I'll go to jail."
able I
found, be summoned also; these together unfair taxes, it can not be holds he But win dOD
man and no doubt will be a candi with the writers on the otherpapers He would have these foreign secured. and oqt a promise to them of fair j'' go home!" asked the officer .1}
'* 'ate, and if 'so. will' keep capitalists impartial dealing which want to," .
companyuntil named, should be able to give feel that their Investments shows replied the boy 'B
the final count of ,the ballots the in him to be neither in the I lodge ma's
fom grasp gone
you sources which they obtained Florida areas safe or to the euchre
r1 -with the best in the as they would be :control of what is .
race. It's a longtime. their misinformation.' : in any other state of the generally known ) Bud's put walking with his giI ,
t- .'Tiirjil: 'the primary,.however, another d The resolution and -"the' special ;at the same time he would union':while :asthe "corporation crowd" in this j I Sis Is at the, theater wu b her
of warn them state, nor in.,, : I
sections "Florida They
wilt ,later of-the thf.l'an.lis..gt"h left me
message Governor promises to that no interference a* corporationswith believe t ,.. and the dog at
t bring out their'favorite sons to."bat- that nothing ,<}?,, IJl gq fo 1-
that gppd
open up,a fight will be interesting the political affairs of the : sun If'' -. oonvllie adv
** tl."' with the popular"Jennings fortH and'may pn.Te' state come from theye.eorpoalipnat i
beneficial. Het Why
Whl1efone would be tolerated. I buy?gras-fed H f >bs1
i <6:r" leas I never depended
*** COvetnorihlp.4 ( : doubts the honesty and int eThe people of Pensacola, of, Es- a living and has uponrjx>JUics| for can get the best attffedBird'a .
never .been .
a candi market.

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jji f 'et vs 'of Live-Oak and Sawarifcee; ", 'W Skirts and Muslin Underwear

County Gathered by the Democrat "-
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:, Baby shoes at the Lad' Em.

; porlum. '- Y' 3-3t :THE: LADIES' EMPORIUM

R. E. McNeil went to Jacksonville

Ii''T.,* y- on Skating business at this the-morning.Audltor Friday I THIS WEEK ONLY 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNTs

I"' 'night. Come out and e& yourself..
f" -. .s New Line Skirts New Shipment Muslin Underwear
-j Walter F. Dennard went t .Jacksonville -
t I .
nJbrnlng. -- --
<: and Waycross 4
j Direct from the 'largest moarwlaeWrH' i Ita NewPanama's
Back $10.00 to $15.04. Chiffon
*|It you want to sell J. M/Balley.. and..Blue VlJ.e : : Y ork. These garnteMe are iladt'r e-f tile fleet Calms
Illohairs SecI1ha. In aU the leading t elef
licensed auctioneer. I e sells. Long Cloth aAd NaiMe8k aad are Nt califs ,...
: for Spring wear. House Skirts, made or linen Duck

tthe M. C. 'Barrow of Suwannee and other.wash material. going for le than the v"Sue .

w., was here' "shopping yesterday.- of material. : SSE THE NEW KIMONA aOWNS. '

t' One pair mules for sale'c)era / ,

ply to L. O. Brokerage & ComYco.T. AP-I' Make Your Selections this Week and TaLe Advantage of the Discouot.

L. Agnes of the Park was here

yesterday.J.. I I t! THE LADIES' 1EN1P D RIUfYI ..
T. Hurst of' Padlock was here < >.t*-'.-. . . . . . . . . . . N.NN..NN.N.N lN...NN...........N N.e..N....1r4N.
--- -- '
Big line baby shoes and moccasoj Rev. Curtis Grubb went to Alton i Tee K.....' s Iasa.rve t'wgR
at The Ladles Emporium. l Z-Zt this morning where he holds %er* FOR SALE 8>r., CMMrre ilk. MS .........

vices tonight. carte O.*Ue N effete. W 4rte When you think
Mrs. Maria Johnston' leaves for ., 1 the cold et ttowic tfc. .......

Waycross today. % Why buy gras-fed beef/wWfn you t )Made.. ...4.*.lty .. r....Jim* ... about that fine

can get the best 8t 11- /beet atBird's 1! IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED DritM Law ....e> >4 a.<< IIAW i Watch
J. C. Crawley., of Rocky Cut,+Was market. I/ tf by City Ph-armae?. dr- you

J.ere. yesterday. Mrs. Josie Parrish of Jasper who I I City Real Estate The WWstbetr r, C.. elswd need thinkRADFORD'S

}.. C, Boatrlght' of Kirkland was was there visiting Mrs. ,Wasdin returned ...,.... bee' kK s4.... of
here yesterday home yesterday. and left for VaMoel this ..,..... I i

--- This I. a ....... geed e.....,r. a..4

E, L. Lanier of Lanier Station Undertaker Caswell carries a nice Farms Etc[ their different eatertalo meats worn

was here yesterday. line of burial robes on sale at Mrs appreciated.
I --:-- Bache'a ;millinery,'store, dwtf ,
Frank'Kunert returned from St. KODOL. is a thorough stomach re I -

'?4-gustine- this morning. A nice pair of shoeartrXe for every lief. It digests what you eat and Where you will find a
/ 1st USTYOUR lives the stomach ret and assists In choice
baby born in Live 0 / om April assortment of
Carpenters, painters and bricklay to December 31st. 3-3t restoring It to Its normal activity

ers'are: wanted badly at Wellborn.. PROPERTY I and usefulness.: KODOL Is sold oa a ,I the very best
ft Mrs. J. F. Stewart returned to her ." guaranteed relief plan by City Pbar II I
See the baby shoes at The Ladjey home in Jasper yesterday, after a WITHUS. I maey. de' I TS pGH6S

.;Emporium.! i 3 tJ pleasant visit with friends here. __ I i I
1 Miss Susie Croissant of Jtcksevill *-
'A petition is in circulation for Read t>ur greatest magazine and I ... who has been br for sew e WATCHES REPAIRED .

establishing a lodge of Elks here. newspaper clubbing ever offered by : time past atteodlflg the bed.id..1

this paper. mw [ lW CO. her und Joe Carraway. who recently J. D. RADFORD.I ,
O. Y. Felton of :Mayo was here --- died re I I
: '
this morning en route to Cedar Key/ Mrs. Barton, child and maid will fait evening. I I live OAK. riA.
-- -leave here'Saturday for Mt. Vernon I Lewin Building, Room 3. -- I IKOUOL
: 'TO RENT-Furnished and N. Y. Mrs. Barton is the daughterof For Dy..>n>.la elears tike 1 ------- ---
t/ I
' nlshed rooms, address uIi' 'I Mrs. McCaslin. I Five dollar and eventy-fl\e cents stomach and make te breath at1seet THE BEAR IDEA

of Democrat. tf spent means thirteen dollar to you as a roe. KODOL i* sold by j;
J -When you need a pill take a p ll.1,II -read our greatest maga\ine and 'ruggUi! on a guarantee relfef ptea. !1
: J. S: Hurst of Philadelphia, was and be sure it's an Early Riser. j i newspaper clubbing advs elsewherein It conforms strictly to the .tJe.aa11 j

transacting business in Live Oak yes. ,They are sold bere by City Phar- this issue. Pore Food and Drugs Law. SvVd. by ,
-t terday. macy. dw. City Pharmacy. -, dw* j I I
w I I
Mrs. Cora Stephen has returned I
6 Sid Hinely and C. D. Blackwellwent A. E. Holland was badly hurt in from Atlanta, and resumed her position Elder J. T. Batter will preaeb at j;
to Jacksonville on business this Lafayette county recently by a horse I I as saleslady for the Worth both service next Sunday.. 11 a. m.,

3 morning. running away with him, and he was Stephens Co., to the delight of the and 7:30 p. m. A special request
' .1 i this of that firm. for the membership of the church to a rti
on crutches morning. I I many patrons
, If you want draying e" a be present The pub j ds cordially

t'trunk carried to the de pot: I/$gut Keep on smiling, and read our Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Masters and Invited to worship with us. Stranger
'itinIek, phone 129. W. N. B /trlght. I greatest magazine and newspaper I I baby returned to Live Oak today after alwyas made welcome at the Second

I clubbing ever offered by this paper. i I t a few day's visit in the city to Advent Christian church.
R. L. Thompson, associate .editor Particulars elsewhere in this issue. Mrs. Master's sister Mrs. C. J. PhllTh -
of the Mayo Free Press, is In the I Mrs. J. I). Walker. daughter; of

, city today. Mrs. W. L. Taylor of Citra, ar- YSWjD Il'Ul Eld. and Mrs. O. T. Mattox. who hasbeen of feeding Teddy with our good Icu
Cream seems an enormity It wowM
ill at her home In
rived here yesterday on a visit to her and Bladder
t. F. C. Murphy of Suwannee., and mother and other relatives and Makes Kidneys Right Gainesville. Is reported as on the road be really letting It go to ..ute. but

Henry Cannon, of East Park were friends. -- -- '0 complete recovery this morning.Mrs. then our Ic. Cream very often doe
here yesterday. In Your Laundry WorkCapt. Walker has hosts of friend. In "f o to waist," aDd the ladle waists

tlrs $2.50 wagon seats, new/at J. )1.I Live Oak who will be glad to hear are the ones that get the most of it.No .

Come out to the AuditofiuA Fri: Bailey's, the Auction House, for I of her recovery. party or reception ouM b* complete

day night. See advertisement in today's $1.50.. Other things In/ roportlon. Tilt and wife came up from without each guest having a
. t Democrat for partie / Mrs. B. F. Coachman delightfully dish of
Be quick. tf the Park this morning and left on I our pure. delicious. and comforting
--'v the Seaboard for their home Ln Tif- entertained at her home last night Cream which -e make la a
i I Col. 0. O. McCollum returned from There will be services at the ton. Ga. Mrs. Tift expressed Herself Maths Butler. Harry Blackburn variety of flavors to suit all prefer
tk Perry this morning, where he has I Jack Taylor. Mrs. Lawler, Miss
with the Park.
Episcopal church at 4 p. m.,,tomorrow as greatly delighted ences. Every Ingredient warranted.Xut .
J been attending court. Eulah Moore and Miss May Rober- .
(Friday). Guild meeting immediately Cream 7V a quart; other
s' Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Porter are arranging son Light refreshments were served,
after services. flavor .Vte quart; delivered a.,.
) Cot. A. H. Helvenston, of Lake I I to move into the Worth and a splendid time had. Mrs Coach- I when* IR city.
t City; |, mingling with his many Live recomended for Piles-'. Stephens residence next week. This man is one of the most delightful
-21 Oak friends today. f -Especially Carbolized Witch' Is one of the finest residences in the entertainers In Live Oak. I FloiMa
that iSjipfWitt's I" o Boo O 111111 N News CO. i
Haiel SaWei; Sold by City Phar-' city.
Why buy grass-fed beef\wHen you dw. 10.00 REW ARn.1
macy.. -
- can get the best stall-fed\ Heef at T'.I -i._ Fire broke out N'elson's barrel I I I
k Bird's market. \j tf I, Will be paid by me for information H. J.
Jack 'Cone, of White Springs, was factory yesterday which was discovered MORRIS.
I that will lead to the conviction of
for home this by Master Oscar Dixon. an
D. J. Mills, a prominent farmer of here jfifcerday, leaving I !! parties who stole or burned bench in Contractor and Builder
mornifig* While here he purchaseda employee of the Democrat la time
p the Rossburg settlement, was here oa I front of my store Wednesday night. Apply for plans
fine team of horses from the Hinely- to prevent a serious conflagation.Mr. estimates
Dg yesterday. I April 3. 1907 GEO. WOLFE
Co. and specifications.Office .
: i I
lr : S. L. Bowen, of Wayne. W. ------1'
iot ( W. L. Robinson, a prominent farm- R. H. Holmes of the Live Oak Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from TUO)1PSONV\ on Ohio Ave.. A. C L.= Crossing.
*r 'of _
L' the Houston I II.
section was here Bottling Works is getting some big Kidney disease so that at times I
trading today. orders for his goods, and the prospects could not get out of bed and whenI Drays and Delivery Wagons. .. 1111111111111111. II. .. Ii

---_ that he will be compelledto .did, I could not stand straight. I j
are Furniture moving a specialty. : : DR. CHAS. E. ; ;
$50 REWARD increase the capacity of his -plant. took Foley's KidneCure, One dol-

'For "' His'trade'is extending daily, and mall lar bottle and part of the second STOVE WOOD i j j j-
the "
-i' and telegraphicorders are pouring cured me entirely Foley's Kidney Any length.delivered to any part
'"ut rson 'or in1.from all sections of the State. His Cure works wonders where othersare I Solicits your
I Barclay. Kamfo-Phen). Suwannee ginger ale promises to out- total failures. City Phar- of city, pro )pt1y. Giye"us. your at residence-Phone

U-Ut BARCLAY:&. GROOVER. rival Coca-Cola in popularity.. macy.. .* y..' dw. busines. Phone 55. HIM .. +4F
a ----- "'-'-

3. v LIVE OAK D.UL'I" DEMOO U?. THOMDAY: ; APRIL 4, 1067. -


a Just Because i

FLORIDA RAILWAY your cough Is only: in the throat and Live Oak M'f'g.

'" dcea not trouble you nov, don'tthink
SCUEDtn.E.WIt1I atention.
I. NNDCIS ALL TRAINS ON So A. L. RL ANB A. C.1. aY. AT LIVE OAK. I IaUD that needs no When ._ ,_. --
rI : a&AD m. Ikl I It has not bad'much of a.start4; the of .
Manufacturers *
Il W1I. I time to check it. The slightest : ,
s N6.1.. No.- leads to Pneumonia.
) 1 nd! NnL ant Yea Loeal Fit i cough Bronchitis and Consumption. A bot- Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Lig
t 'TAnoJ'a % Excep" Horehound Syrup will I ,
b' c. DdJ' SIID ar. I He of Ballard' .
i.a ', lz LM 7. tt Power and Turpentine.
; .I I cure that congn 'The Ptice puts _

I within reach ,of all. Sold by Suwannee .
Ly UYe Oak-..... .-&rol0 50 a.. 5 40 p. Co. dw" -:"
t 130 a m S M p m e Drug Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for
I r Y. 10 30 a m a 21 p m
110 a m SUp ID.Ly Po7rtrr or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric<: M'
Influence of Things
s r.-L 10Z2 a ID i a p m The
1. 105 a m 1 U p mtL 10f11 day and night current-for manufacturing: purposes.
.' Caleb A. Ridley. _
... '
'.aft. -vL-- 10leam 4Spm Y
> a m aslpm. t :u ; The longer I lire and the more I Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special
... 140 P ID
( i N5 U8 p m { "' Sirkr.1010&i observe the workings of human affairs filled. .'
tion. and all orders promptly
4 Ar. ._. __-_ w lmartk.-. Ly. 10 to a III 110 p lit convictions -
: the deeper my
I 50 a 11 p m grows
(. _' w& ---Ar. that what we often call the little We will give you good prices on low grade ccl'1

",; -, .10.a _... _-La _...--- things of life are indeed the great flooring Corns and get our prices.Three .
l30am : Ly. 4.: about reached the
things.- I haTe
.... .. ..
.It M ._..._ _Witmarth.j *-
r.t a m Ara deliberate conclusion that there are
: Ly W\JmartA.-- IT a m 115 p ma
J llfii m !., few little things anyway and that minutes rain turns the tide them personally but who
--Su___RiYft-.y. II m/! p m
1014a- U p m Ly-- none of these are ever seen in. a gnat at Waterloo and,the-rote of one man employ one of them (a a kQ

10 m e m .3G.m F.; --"- -N-i:.. rYe HS Ife. Big souls see no trifles. A OB: that Athenian hill overlookingthe portant case to be tried hicounty. '

s m 117 p m At._ --... .K&70-- .-. ......-- --L.. II a U p. dream is a.llttle thing you say but I plains of Marathon changed the These two lawyers
... -
It, __ _. 1. ....._&1.61t 1--- \" A p. destiny of the western -..orlA answered every inquiry whi.
sood boy
hand sculpor $
A -Al__. ..... -L.. 1' Chisel, In a Ore the other *'
.u mil's flashed in face of one gave his price
50 eye An4
]Lt-- __ _..Alto.U ..._- ArI With his marble block before him. '
a I 1111 a m. I right man means the, making of a else. It so happened that tile
.... KaJ"O. .- Ly. And his face lit up with a smile of joy *
16 __ : telescope. An idea can harness. the who took up the details of tie
; .' 4--i Lr.-.......-...---YL6r--- -- ---- -''. .n. m 140.m As an angel dream passed o'er him.
!' wind a microbe can slay an ox, a mer letter submitted a price for

!) .. P Ly c:.. Pedn, ay. Swam I Z5 pj ID He carved the dream_. on .the shapeless look can save a life. services in the case far in Sleeli

U 1,1 u .j,. r M'p-I..Ly_ __._,...SaltRoad It .... .- i'Y. 8 !Sam 810p m stone My message to young men. both the other man; but do yon lulu,

t L._._-A.kold-._.._ -L.. 106 a m a.sp.o m With many a sharp Incision: 9 ''n a business way and from the got the work. The man after'-
r .. ''LV.------ ( arlwo.h... -------....L.. .00. m Z lI.a Within heaven's own light the sculptor standpoint 'of religion would be: said that be reached his decisionexamining
U It. lIT .
s.! t.. stood Be careful to observe details never the two letters. jail
.tL. ICu- .
i. 1 53 a20 p 18t
12 III a .. 5 tt p He bad caught the angel vision. slight anything because it seems insignificant repeatdo not slight anything j
___ ._. ._''''LY' BISaw 130p m
i Dleam t 53SpmL i1 Sculptors of life are ""e. as we stand and always take time to it seems insignificant.I

D U a i t1 p ID Ly _Dti.muk sU34 -_.....-1.y. I IS a ID 135: p smiled be kind. Kindness la know a minister who

: at IW..Ar_.r.------p. __....---L I 30 .m t !0 P usWaiting cheap and yet I ,know' of nothingelse more people in his community!

command which pays so large a dividend every other minister in town .

(4) Talccrack or Telephone. Stawm. (O Slag Stating U) Register (a) R gulardentop. (a) Our life-dream passes o'er us.. From a commercial standpoint-and there were half a dozen of them,!

t .,..aq Station T, P ALSTON. \ L that is too low a plane on' which to ply because he was kind and

..11I" Centra er Aenu If we carve i hen on he yielding begin your 'kindness-but in the ant. I knew a merchant .hoi;

stone great rushing realm of business. ceeded for the same goodY
Win a sharp incision
many kindness is an investment that pays. 011 knew him too, didn't youl
Its Heavenly beauties shall be our
: yes; how many have we known
"Ohf I
i' own friend pray tonight
most powerful things Incidentare i
:, AtlanticCoastLineFAMOUS Our life that "Angel Vision" Keep not your kisses for my cold
dead brow. what we call the little thing
;}. -:- - - There is no better preparation forlife's
The way is lonely let me feel them
o. great things than doing the A Card

seemingly small things. If Paul will Think gently ot; me! I am travel-worn .This is to certify that an 4ru
not instruct a Phllippian jailor bewill
--- My faltering feet are pierced with are authorized to refund yerfr :
be able make Felix
never a II
many a thorn.. if Foley's Honey and Tar
tremble. If Peter will not preachto '
Forgive Oh hearts estranged, forgive I cure your cough or cold. Itthe
cripple at the Gate Beautiful -
b TRAINS. poor I plead! I cough heals the lungs and
.. te will never b<* able to preach
Y $ .. When dreamless rest Is mine I shall I vents serious results from a
} three thousand souls into the king-
:: not needTenderness Cures la grippe coughs, and pr
;; ... dom on Pentecost. Audi!. yoa and I .
and consumption.
for which I long tonight"I
: neglect the little things how shall we .
talus no opiates. The genuine"a
i. 1:: New York and Florida SpecialLeaves learn to do the greater ones* And know a lawyer-every man in I yellow package. Refuse solitea.
besides, these small things often county knows trim% This City Pharmacy.

turn out to be the great things. A lawyer when a mere lad beard a man

spider drops from ceiling to Boor make a great speech and the speech

Jacksonville lily except Sunday but is seen by the eye of a king. It itself, as well as ,the manly bearingof 1.411. Semp and catalepsy:

12:50 P. 1VU for all points, East. Solid rises and with delicate tread beginsto the great lawyer won the boy's A single grain of the resin of
hemp will produce catalepsy In a
'' : Pullman. climb Its silken strand. Seven ueart. The flying
: ; years rolled band y A few hours are required for tit]

times it tumbles but seven times it the boy grew: to manhood and fects to reach a climax wheu

tries again. King Bruce is fired making difficulties stepping stones limbs may be placed In almost y

with new courage and goes out on prepared himself also for the legal altion without difficulty and

life's battle-field for more seriouswarfare. profession. He often remember once placed they remain In the

'y.Qhicago, and. Florida Limited Victory is wooed and won. the impetus given his young life by position Indefinitely, although flu_

Only a spider did it. the man and the speech referred to. oral Influence of gravity would CMJ
them to fall During the catalepsy
Solid Vestibule An Englishman sat one day watch and sometimes resolved to write the
leaving Jacksonville
body is usually Insensible to
ing another spider make his web great man and tell him about it; but
9:30 A. for aH points West. pressions.
M7 With pencil and tab he took notes no, he will not appreciate anythingI

Coach on this train, also. as the tiny insect instructed him can say. Already honors from everywhere Spider Web PUbla !lets..

For months he divided his time between are showered upon ,him. The native of :New Guinea

his; office and the open field The young lawyer married and had extraordinary fishing nets of

where hung the delicate skein of born to him web to capture fish wel&Alng upl
i rates asplder's a bright-eyed boy. Still
For ; Pullman. reservations, and all other detailed informatior pound. They fix bamboos bent
: %eb. But the world is vast remembering the court scene of fifteen
write or call on shape of a landing frame la tbe j
riccer today because that man sat years ago, he named the boy for
IIY gle. and the
spiders weave their i
F. RANK+ C. BOYLSTON Dist. Pass. Agent. A. C. L.. Jacksonville. Fla. tfce insects feet and was schooledso the man he had picked out as his over the frame. The method of !

close to nature. After a few 1 Ideal Five more years passed and is to watch for a passing fish ';

months that Englishman began and still he had written no letter to his to dip it out and throw it on dry 1

built the first suspension bridge the early benefactor. He could defer no

world ever saw. He got his plan longer. It might be sentimentaland XI..PPrtlle..loa.

Live. Oak Perry & Gulf from the spider. childish but he must write the Would Be Purchaser In a 05

No, God never made letter Store Have you any black -
'- anything to the great man for whom he

-. small and to believe he did is a nar- held: such an admiration He I Clerk-Xo. we haven't a hoe big
Railroad wrote
; -,_ Company. tore.-TJpplncott's.
.:... .. ..... row creed. A leather strap and a out of the tenderness of his heart

.. pebble from the brook if in the and the breadth of his II .
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE E NOVEMBER 4 iwe. sympath} and the pep.na.e.t Store.',

.,. I lands of David can crush. the skullfarVtie love, and therein lies the point of I She-I want to see some bra

' I 1'ntervlew. he has never ye my story. He certainly had no He- Yes. madam. In er-c*

Wa and Pam Pameager f. and PH! !Mao sad Pass F t.and Pass Pauen er tried to dodge an issue-somethln idea of making any money by writing sprouts or point. lace*-London T

1.. ; ATIONS I that few politicians can claim Whi the letter or he would have written
NG.l N. I k No. 7 E N. Z. Nn it
t i Daily Su.Jap 0..1)!Oailyes.Su", I Daily rLil.e 4.SUD I Sun N On1 i :t interested financially in private coy years before. It was: purely a letterof Don't Put offfor

.LL P. K.. P.x. i". M. A. II I A. M I porations yet he has steadfast sentiment and
1Aa.. Lea.. Lm, Arri.. Am". .ft a desire to assurean -
j. 0 W'W 2 40) I __.lira Oak 430 '.510 I. Arri.9.42! ,. maintained his position that corpora old man that he had at least tomorrow what you can d
717. __
: _
t 1.01 204 Smic
Rocky 114
I 819 t Lls S 00 I I I ---. Stan. ----- a 4 U !i,2.b 9.S IU4 ,- tion influence in politics is bad. and brightened the way for_ one young day 'If ')"ou put off buying: a 1
12% 111 I. .en. ....
Mercer.- 40i1J '.11. 9.211 -Vi away u* rue uue 01 o uue lor fellow who of '
< still
S 25 I 321 7 15 '" Platt.-. 10 remembered It. Bu( Bal1ar Snow liniment,
9.17 '
I, $ .134 L) I 370 :.Lwca.ter. : 3 9 9.00 i 1.17 9.00: Scotland. The ant teaches the slug- that letter was the that pain comes ha
&1'I 'e .u_s.Si .o\.r. a 41) 3 I opening wedgeto ) you won
L. : :: : : L.' : : I DOw LOg Park.L. 7 Ly Ar 8.50 8.20 I Ly 9.00 gard diligence and the lilies of the a large practice for that buy a bottle today \ posttifor
.'- _..__ ___Chaaq___. .Ar 3 : ::::== field put to shame the young
I 52 ....-............ 4 17 'h' Bea-- S 38 !alb! i ambitious. lawyer which brought him more thana Rheumatism. Ba: -nsSprains. .
"-. 7 it -- 12S 4 !' i Mayo JallCtioQ I 28 li.l.u! I :::::::-: The Alps lifts its hoary head thousand dollars. Doesn't' kindness Contracted Mus ;.ts, el

J .1 10 __.... t: ..I> .. 223 crowned with '
: 40 i -' Q- I Lv 9.u9 h'"h' everlasting Ice and pay and do you believe S. Graham Prairie
44 .__ _..__. r there arereally o-ove
: 311 wrapped in
r. : '- Ar 7.e a mantle of
-, =:==::=-= 52 ':Tow.aead 'i 315 7.4J :::::::::: perpetual any little things'I I writes: "I wish to thank ythe.
' 2S _.-- Sl2 ----Smith._ 3 00 snow high up in the fading distance 7
-- know
I 7-6 8 two
!- lawyers--and good results rcce..f14.
; sa I
--- s r. Fen1loUowu_ t 47 you,
LU ....
; Ar. 9 50 I. t .h' h. and really la sublime; but from out know
L. 235 them-who Snow
10 L.. At I 41) .Perry ... both received letters Liniment It po-r"l: ,
10 ; Ar t :0 Ly'U.O'to ::::::::::. its snow crevices the '
creeps edilwels
.Lr.10 2i ___ Hampton Sp' I I Lv.2 Qi .... from a man who did not know I me of Rheumatism aft. c.(b *
t', "! ... and faithfully blooms from year to Bailed .
-- Sold ,
> .J by Sup. neeCompany.
yearho will dare Doing Business "
E say which is Agalo
I _. '_ I .
c MAYG and ALTON greatest! "When
my friends .
u? t"I'. .as
WEST W\n.n. EAST BQOJND.i about to take leave of this
I I I fatten by a Spider. account of world. on flu Clara O'Hara ae

;) P.ueager Fx aDd Pus Fri sad P- STATIONS ,Frt a',oJ P&sa Frt ..rl Pu I: Paase..aer Through blood poisoning caused indigestion, nervoisnessand sweetest young ladies Sa*
+ -
N. i N.9 6 : general debility," wrlte- .
T. 8aadar Only Daily a Daib- ex. -SIiJI D.flr Sun.'Daily' :-XlsulLSu.: :.so. "On.!.). D> a.spid r bite. John Washington, Chisholm, Treadwell X. 't': A. county who lives at ....m
I P. K. A.. K. P-K: K.- ---- -- "and I
A of here
a Lan i Lan Lan Arrive Arrive P.IIL Am.A.U.Owk Bo.queville, Tex., would have lost when it looked as if there was shopping today a : .

ISO too 4-.J Dowlinc Park 8.10 i.'ut '.0$ Ms leg. which became a mass of tope left'I was no her brother.
4.03 1.11' toe taro J allCtioD.1.5i! J.2Q B.33 persuaded to try
4.U 9.a 4.U 7477SS 9.14 8.25 running sores had he not been persuaded Electric Bitters and I .
; I reJoIce.
125a 1 1138 ins Peterson I 3.00 8.H to t ry Bucklen's Arnica % say Free Tract'
4.17 .i. 10.00 a 5..30) Mayo' a 7.20 2.4s 8.07 they are curing me. I am
Ar 4.43 IoU 101 lAr 5.W t Alton .Li Ly 1.38 LY 8.00 Salve He writes "Tbe first ap- doing business now For those who want v
P. M A. M P. St .... M P. M. A. M. of old for
plication relieved and four call ) der
boxes and am still t : -
a Regular I flop. Conneetua made at Dowbnr Park f..aQ tzaua to and from Lira Oak.and Perry healed all the sores." Heals gaining daily." Best Butler or ring him -iO t
F-infocina&on aa m oynecUoo*wnh otWc I-. 'pkaa..g call eu Gaacnl Pa acv Acent every tonic. medicine on earth. Guaranteed "
' phaMl47. Dt whnx Bttfldin*. Lrr Oak. sore 25c at Barclay & Groover by Barclay 4t This Is a good way to fl: cat i

THOMAS DOWLDJG.PrBiJiaL R P HOPKINS. -.] Fmrnjur Axect druggists Groover dnKglata.e. er the Second AdventlsT te
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stock of Bond, Linen and Rag papers is one of the largest carried in Florida, I

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though several bills and resolutionswere =llh III I ill IlldP hili II I !' '11111' I Jill IJIf ',1
& Commission Co. considered; the one creating .1
LiveOakBrokerage I I
the greatest Interest' being that of I ll NOTICEM 'I
Mr. Dorman, of Suwannee, denounc-I '
I ing the baseless attacks made on the
To Contractors and
Prospective Builders:
,State by the Cosmopolitan Magazineand

Flour Cigars I Owing other to publications.the volume of work involved THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO, II IIwill

SnoiHike, Comet, Oblisk Anita Fernandez I the full list of House committees -
I can not be made up until tomorrow furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand;
The Senate committees were Plaster Laths and
all kinds of Brick.

When you eat ''good br such ,as these brands I gret appointed is still this expressed afternoon.here Great at Sen-re- OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.

bake and drink a' cup.of coffee of IMPERIALmake I ator Newlan's Illness.

Chew Taffy Gum Smoke Cigars of this I I have* a tortid liver Why when Herbine, the The-Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I '

only liver reguator will ? III!! III 1111 I'I'"IPI'I' !! "' !
help you I lill I:: f f
brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new I There is no reason why you should

suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation
man. Chills and Fever or any liver com-

plaints, when Herbine will cure )'ou. C. E. ,1
F. C. WaiteVestville, Fla. writes:
Chewing Gum Coffee "I was sick for a month with chills
and fever, and after taking two bot- CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Taffy Tola Globe, Imperial tles of Herbine, am well and healthy -
." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company -I J
dw* Proprietor

T. W. Scott. of Rocky Cut is In the I Florida Novelty orks 1..
& Commission Co. .I
Live L Oak Brokerage city today on business.SOISYSKTOHEYCOK.
See before
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else does. .

I Makes Kidneys and BI dd.r Right 1
A\!. Residence and office, Phone 188. )

FATHER'S -" 1.1 J Jti I I In Your Laundry Work -i 1i 1 I II

DUTY I City of Live Oak, Suwannee County ji
J. F. WEBBPAPER Florida, to be held on the first Tues- ,
to his fstnlly Ia to k. ffim. I i
Mil wen. and tron*tl. H. tcan't HANGER and DECORATOR! day In May AD. 1907 at the .'
b.wU and .tron* II I Council Chamber and in manner and I
M lddn ys are out of order y \ I
Do**Tour back ach? HAT Will be glad to furnish estimates form as prescribed by law, the fol-
Ion Dams aria in tb scanty* kldn.and y ? ti on work and will guarantee satisfaction lowing municipal officers of said ,(

.hlebfty ur*. colored a.01kHneydl.eaas.The* ar* at best prices. Reference: S. City are to be voted for and elect, )I
G.t wall by taking A. Hlnely. Live Oak. Call at Democrat tc-wit: Major: a Clerk Treasurer ry,

DA.f1I GXE'S BACKACHE i office. and Assessor filled by same person, t!
ASD EIDSIT CURE.m. C. \WILSON. a Tax Collector; a Marshal and -4 i:
sure. safe and r.Iable Sanitary Inspector filled by same per-
cor* It it do .u't do what son; and an Alderman from Ward ,
f fXo
J** *T ttet TOUT money T /\ 1 LOR.
back.. fetop toU terrible dis 1; an Alderman from Ward Xo.
a. Put yoursall on Uia 9 i
road to bealtb today by buy s 3 2; an Alderman from Ward Xo. 3;
tng a bottle at Tailoring done at Rubenstein's Guar-
druKUf -
: soo and l a botu.. n,1 ,ry we feel sure we can give you the antee store. Prompt service-satisfac- an Alderman from Ward Xo. 4;
an Alderman from Ward No. 5; an
satisfaction. There is an
greatest tion
guaranteed. Alderman from the City at Large;
added stiffness and a glorious gloss: ------
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. i also one Bond Trustee to fill expired -
put upon our work that enhances the CITY BARBER SHOP.We .
term of C. A. Hardee Alderman
'- and lengthens the life of i
pppearance have opened up a barber shop I from Wards Xos. 3 and 4, to
LKCifeLATORS ATORK.. counting innumerable resolutions jour linen Bring jour Shirts Col-
ou Ohio avenue in the White build- fill unexpired term, caused by removal -
Compare this with the record of same lars, Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and
and solicit the of the from Wards
ing patronage and resignationof
The lYesent Session Promises to He day of last session, and the mannerIn Fancy Vests. Wash Ties, etc., to our
white people. Shop is newly fitted Incumbents.
} Lively One-Many Hills.,In- I which our Legislators have go?to Laundry, and you will have them '
up itiyl everything kept neat and Given under my hand and seal
trtxluced in Senate. 'work cat be understood. The,House quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory -
clean. the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907.
Tallahassee, 3. to'as not so active as the morning ses-* manner at a satisfactoryI t I
April indications :
From (Seal) M. E, BROOME
sien, the only one held during the I rice..
today the legislative McQueen & Griffin.
ses- Mayor
sion of 1907 will be a very lively one. day, was devoted to routine! matters, -- ____ ___ __n_ i Suwannee City County of Live Florida.Oak,
Notwithstanding the fact thai 'the -- JLAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.Notice Attest:
Senate held only an afternoon session FOLEYSHONET A;;TAR Live Oak Steam Laundry.) Is hereby given that at the I S. P. MAYS Clerk ...

fortl-one bills were Introduced not' /..'cU f/wf .*/.._..r_. *.._*.!.. PHONE 139. next General City Election of the Lire Oak Florida.



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I I and Navigation. pecially to my opponent, S. P. Mays Born to Mr, and Mrs W, R* Mc A negro draymaa

GEOGRAPHIES OUSTED. 1 Thomas Commerce S. Davis chairman;. James and to wish you all a pleasant and Gregor)ast night, a fine daughter.. left his horse hitched Cn

I, John S. successful term In ofSce. I also Mother deWiL ,...d .. yesterday: when the -
Ta.JcIU-.P.;;; ; .... Can : E. Crane Frank W. Sam hi...
The h the Demo- -'T" .cJ frightened .
Hudson. desire thank. 'thrOU .. .. : f'I Md"raa\ awJ .
rNojogget; beUsed In Hlllsboro: < Beai&.F.ftMa! co ,, ." I' p," tBgeoltlt :-'cyst, iny many friends> roc their Ioyaft'y -< -n$. q.. ,pP. lt1Uq down*to Howard street. &a4',
l ,County Public Scboolsi Ii"I ; '' Dpr. >!( ; 1=' andAinterest"during this ,little, Earned Ui 1 D1t.J theaidewl.lk east to the ..>
oLl$1Mrr. .
'ona, 3ftttfe's' .
(Tampa Tribune.:) appointed i ( cardpalgn':*' t will''"always: remember'you' : t\ore. fir. ; Hardware Co.'. atore. 1rI.p k-.;-,
We your committee 1J. ( Wolfe da f -sot object to fun "but
; especially ln 'flme\of need, for contact with R. K: MeK
geographies are 47 'to draft suitable -
Tarr-McMurray No. :
Browning Camp 'liberal Support'which made mealmost the destruction of property is tarrrID5 -i carriage, and the '
inot to be taught In the schools of resolution on the death Of ; tour wa, \ c
far and he trerala this Issueof
'Oman too out ol the vehicle '
the lucky
Board of Public to I a> :happy as and tktotile
Tampa. This the Sovereign L. K. Kemmerlin,'beg ; *
dollars reward
Democrat ten
looked and whenever1' I am In the the walk, receiving some <
Instruction decided late yesterday'J 44
submit the following:
I ever be, as for information that will lead to about the-Jiead. ..
field hope you wlU_ Locklt
afternoon, after a, session lasting .several Whereas. It has pleased.Almighty ; $tt
hours longer than those usually God to remove from our' ranks Brother 'RJdJeyj Said;: la: tbe counting the conviction of the' guilty parties. are notisertooa;.Hut its;wi. a .

: held.' The board decided unanimousIt sovereign Kemmerlin and has left a room last..night, -"always against the escape and those who WitJ
other fellow." Very'respectfully. Prof. BeTis. an old time friend of acident were
this question and there was thereforebe very much
,. not upon a: member who did not give the b vacancy we deeply deplore.. ",' ; 'Jl ;'McCuliers.s the city editor at one time a resident thinking the' child had ** '

of Bradentown. but now ofBlountstown .
denunication of ff -;.
books the severest Resolved. That we bow In humble
which he was capable. City Super- ubmlslon to the will of Him that Heciprocity .Meeting. k Calhoun county passed For some time past rofcVerfa']

< intendent McClung concurred with doeth 'all thing well and while his Thei.AVotnaft's, ,Club .jfrlll meet through here this morning en routeto been 'committed at differs"

the board in' the opinion that the demise Is sadly felt by us, we can bat ApuriuVth': at fthree> ; : .-clock, with Jacksonville. Prof: Bevis Is one deuces In the city, always abovtj

books were prejudicial to the South- submit and be it further Mrs. jrT: Carroll. Thls% ".itill be our of the,rising young men of Florida. per time butt, th? ,occo _
in the chambers and should he ever enter the.. political been kept quiet in:Uta,i
land and not a word Resolved That we extend to his reciprocity-nieeting."and/each member n;
of the board was heard In their : arena. which is highly probable.. thieves would be caught _
loved ones the sympathy and condo- is requested to be :present and ap
favor; The decision marks the end : his name ,:will be,on every tongue. Last night Mrs. Ed. .'
sad Porter*
(cute. of all Woodmen. In this prepared to. talepart,' that the meetIng t

of the crusade against the books hour, and .be, It further may be both pleasant and pro- trunk on the fri>nt pbrcb 'of;

t.. which 'bas been waged valiantly by Resolved. That a' copy of these fitable. There; will also be several Subscribe ,to,the Democmt. father's residence while thewere

Editor E. D. Lambright of the Even- the minutesof .' at supper. A
resolutions be spread on musical numbers. sendingout negr ,
Those who, pniemplate
ing News and means for that gentleman -,Jur lodge and also published MRS. ,O. O. WILLIAMS,. circulars .for the spring trade Frank Brown a thief from Jac
Z the paper,of which he Is editor and Weekly Democrat.A. vine who has been loafing
the Daily ,'. tprr.Secretary. Geo.
write Butler
r and the people of this Southern. city. L. McCLENDON, --t- should call upon or I: here for a couple of weeks, sa"

a victory..(}tji'b
[. i ,I<' J. P.. LAMB cents' will bring youelsewhere Oak. fie; has' a printed' list-of' 25.- porch and carried it to the

THE STATE LAWMAKERS. .: ,. Qommittee. .. in this issue. ,* 000 white citizens, of Florida, from I, where he broke' ift'bp 4 tla-: .
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: (Continued, from page one.), 0' .1' 38 toutlesand .450 postofflces. most I, therefrom two dresses, J

;u man; F. $1. Hudson.. W. K. Jackson. of The Prtce of' Health. :* of whom are farmers fruit and vegetable i $50,: and the other at ftt. asi'
Proceedings Camp Finnigan. ,
,5-. John Keel, E. L. Cottrell. m "'* growers. The price is only $3 weeded to. the negro;_ QUJ
f Affairs. John Neel. chairman Camp I.i'E. Finnigan met in court "The price of health in a malarious postpaid I
State -
Is" for the entire, list: I|,Cypress City, where Tl6, sold the
f L. VV. Zim Thomas S. Travis, house ,in Live Oak, April the first. district Just 25 cents; the cost of" I L oRe for 12.50..' C ty Marshal L
a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills
Ttomas F. West, F. M. Hudson. and attended to the following business I Dr.' T. ,5. Anderson and his little 'once. went to work on the easi
writes Ella Slayton of Noland, Ark. -
Health. Dr. Theo Nest : i :
Lira cleanse daughter returned from this morning landed the Wet
tairman E W.. K. The commander being absent, the New Pills gently and Im-
; James Crane St. Augustine this morning, where and recovered the stolen
ciili. Lieutenant part new life and vigor to the s:>s-
E. called order
Jtckson. H, H. Buckman. s. camp was to by -
they attended the Ponce de Leon was a clever piece of work an
F. Roll called and the tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat '
Public Printing. H, McCreary.. Kennedy. celebration. Miss ClaraAxulerson=
captain deserves
great ralaTie''prisoner
D. H. Baker. \C. K. Jackson absentees marked. Minutes previous Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw .
chairman; has had a great honor bestowed'upon; : claims he hassveved
J. A. Alford James E. Broome. meeling read and
her by a special piece of music beingtotripi4ed twenty years In the
Fisheries.F.V..Samschairman; ,Then called for delegates to the &arce>.fiil After 411.
for the oCCasipn;'aptitie' lary. and has no fears for Ole
J. A Alford. P. H. Baker, Dr. Theo National..eqoton in Richmond Va., Th rpt wn trot one ofIr.. Bars I
picture of the fence
who : young << pdvin he is sure to get when tit
family did uat b devise ,
L. i tn May L. M. Skelton and I try a sjs-
West. C. Massey. uftj\\t bpd life same. .I. '
Curtcqurt meets in May.
.- tem of memories for him. from his .
Militia.-Thomas FV eat, chairman F. Kennedy.} and S. Bond and I. )11I.WibCLS. -
wife down b hlr'yonasest dauhter-ln-- ,
; Park M. Trammell. L. C. Massey alternates; these were declared -
law but none -bf the systaras proved HH t ''HI I i i H 11 i III11111 i M lit tf t III i 4 I M11111 Mi
D. H. Baker \\ to
M. Gir rdeau. be"the ,delegates. lafaetory.: it tvas.his wfte's' Ilea t'to

. Claims.-W. K. Jackson, chairman I The assistant adjutant then read tie string on Mr: 'B**!'.. Buyers, iintl '

; Joseph H. Humphreys. Frank' Genera, Order,No. 2, Florida DivisionU. on*' after +irtP edrea befdre' Ills f-

,Adams John R. Willis. JohnV. C. V., in regard to the death of youngest darf'rn'terfnlawfith" ,the PURE .WHITE SKATE

f *Henderson. Genegal "". D. Balentine. A committee thumb of hid? '''eft'hand wound.',' ,'"abouttrfth .;, S
Indian Affairs.-F. M. Hudson I was appointed to draft a,letter Yt'Il W"ronP'-

; :chairman; J. B. Crews C. L. Leggett. of condolence for his family consisting :: MVtWyon' dvJj'nle a cup-o? tea. M'IJriai 1
I f iYllll ha l.it'r gtb.';
; Thomas S. Davies E. L. Cottrell. bf Comrades Skelton, Bond and "so ;enough: jivAT AUDITORIUM
:' dame I to go 1101113: ifs,:r TOpfresa'Vcaa't 5
N remember
.-John R. Willis, chairman; I Session. 1 -5
Jalnies. E. Br.oome. J. A. Alford. JohnTV'el i The assistaAt" aju'ant then, made i what, t1 iS.\h umb ww tied np forr "
he asked ntefuliy.} "I'm"getting worst Friday. Night April. 5th 190To
? Joseph H, Humphreys. a talk very much to the point on the ud ,
Hud ,
I worse I presume my wife U
1' Mineral .Resources.-L. W. Zim subject of the necessity of comrades. about dlsTOuragecl: with "me.XXby .**
I ,e!airman; Thomas S. Davis W. K. attending the meetings of the camp. Father> BeaU" said the pretty prizes will be awarded 'as follows::' ,

.;Jatkso J. A. Alford I). #i. ,Baker. Two petitions were presented call daughter-In. -la .assionately. **you
I fom One to' the Gentleman the
State Prisons and Conylcts.-J.: A. Ing"for the camp to hold its annual thumb Is all red? you just let nu uatle wearing ,!most app

Alford. chairman,;,.E. E. Canova.. Dr. I picnic one from Dowling Park, and that cord" andliatlre\t' *" with. alcohol and priate White Costume. : :' tOne '
Theo. West F, P.'Cone L. W. Zim. i one from the White Schoolhouse and water.

.d Forestry.-F- P. Cone, chairman; when the vote was taken, the "Oh. It'sl r\ghtr" cried Mr. Bell1 to the Lady wearing the'most appropriat

C. L. Leggett I. N. Withers W. M. Schoolhuse won and the time joyfully. That' was what I was to get \ .
I remember now. alcohol,for the chafIng '
I Glr'rd u. John Keel. fixed July the fourth. The citizens of "' roat'6's WhitEtP.9 t me. t .
dish Colq an1ontlioaib'
Public, Roads and H gbways.-S. the White Schoolhouse please take .y '

W.'Clark. chairman; James E. Crane note of this. ; tleera.tJttle No one allowed on the floor before 9 o'cloc!

Frank Adams E. E. Canover John The committee appointed was Rev.L. nlc- nth t appear'; in the '
Neel. M. Skelton XV. A. Tison. JamesWhite. month from time to time are exceedIngly except. wearing white costumes.

r Drainage and Reclamation.-John G. H. Dorman and To onaojingSind painful An old General after'
mfashioned skating 9 o'clock.
it S. Beard, chairman; John R. Willis Hawkins. household remedy Is alum.

L Frank Adams.Joseph H. Humphreys s, Just as a motion prevailed to ad the the yellow powder center.or crystals But being this Is applied a bitter.to Admission lOc. .. Skates to everybody

F. M. Hudson. : journ till Monday, July the first Rev.
Penslons.-James i \\". A. nasty dose. A physician bas prescribed 11111111 n i m 111 ni 1111 n 11111111 iiimm
E. Broome' Tison, our beloved commander the use of a saturated solution of ]
chairman; W. K. Jackson J. A. Al came-in, he having been belated by potassium chlorate applied every two

ford. F. P. Cone E. L. Cottrell. the train not being on time and was hours. "Saturated solution" means as PROFESSIONAL CARDS. U K.&OMSAOM. A.XI

Finance and Taxation-E. S. Cril 1. with us until ,the clo: e. Camp ad much potassium chlorate as can be dissolved -
chairman; H. H*. McCreary. John R. journed till July the first 1907. In ascertain amount of water. C.S. 3ROWN.: r. E.TKOMA OM pOBERSON & SMATJ

I Willis H. H. Buckman Thomas F Benediction; by Rev. XV. A. Tison. gROWN & THOMASON '

West.Agriculture.. W. A. TISON. Lepers and the Law. ATTORNEYS 1 T Ii
The -:- ,/ -:
.-E. L. Cottrell, chair L. M. SKELTOCommander.. Norman-English laws enacted .

I man Dr. Theop. West, J., B. Crews.! Asst. Adjutant. In that any a leper court had nor neither to Inherit power property.to sue PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS! Will do'general-. Federal practice Courts.in $tat''

t H. H. McCreary. L. W., Zim. During his lifetime he was permittedto ]

I Corporations.-Park M. Trammell i Notice. enjoy the usufruct of any property LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA. ROOMS 1 AMD. a '[UrsSTAiuL]. LBWIMPBOM
chairman; F. W. Sams S. W. Clark In his *No. I90i
The committee possession at the time he
on condolence will was
: John W Henderson, Thomas. Da v- please meet the chairman at the "found guilty." RO to pe-ik.. of leprosy DR.. J., W. WEST OAK. s s no
is. bet all rights of disposition:
over It be
Democrat office on Tuesday April lost Physician and Surgeon. 1 l1)LmIIONEYA.9iD'Curea
Railroads.-John W Henderson the 16th, and oblige.
chairman; S. W Clark James E Office Carroll C.ldi Pr.".,, PM..
Building Ohio
THE CHI.\R SAti.Quarterly A.Cobirapla7 of a Family Mm.. Avenue.
Crane E. S. CriB Thomas F. West. -- -- I was bjrn In New York and went to Residency at Ethel HoteL

Legislative Expenses.: -L. C. Mas- Boston t> ale bara .
: For the first
PbODL--<> LITWholesale
Conference at Methodist ffioe KA.168. ( & Ml
F. Bey. chairman' ; John S. Beard E. L. Church. twenty-one years of my life I was Bo ;WD e.New. S3 w 148.

!I> Cottrell, Dr.:,Thorp. West. E. S. Crill.I known as the son of my mother. fore Drua Stor (Barclay Grooved No 16 : .
Presiding Elder Hendry held tbe next thirty as the husband of
{, I Education""JQhn W. Henderson, thc my ,loj
e chairman; 'Frank, Adams, II. H M second quarterly conference for the wife and for the last ten years as the M. E. BROOME, ..j

i:,t Creary, Joseph H. Humphrey, II. H church last night. The reports father of my daughter. I claim. there- -- ",

i Bnckman show"ed,improvements along all lines, fore. to be family man.-Independent _' '1(

t 1, : Privileges and Electlons.-Frank The subscription, for salary of Conference ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. and

Adams,, chairman. ;Joseph. H. Humph evaagellst amount to $1,150. ,: x LIVE. ,OAK. r ; FLORIDA 11,,_ ," ,
rejs. D. H. f,aker. H. H. Buckman.Job and $50 more are in sight, making a win prmctic In aU th.courU/the SUto.

W. Henderson. total of $1.200.Pastor's tai atteati.n ta.Etc.et.All_ .busiAcM. eo.&DCee.prompt Coil.ctioaad Spee- tail Dealers in Flo;
.. Engrossed Bills.-S. W. Clark and Presiding Elder .
chairman; Frank,Adams, Dr. Thorp. salary in full to date. i s I.TA" PPBUC STATB AT LABG.

West., Park; M. 'Trammell: ,. E. L. Cot The conference by resolution Introduced L. M. DIXON, da and West
trell. by Dr. Pasco. requested the I

Public La'nds.--J. B. Crews Board of Stewards at their next meetIng -

i chairman; C. L. Leggett, W. M. Gir- to discuss the matter of the enlargement DENTIST.

ardeau. F. P. Cone, L.. W. Zim. of the church building, OHTODONTIA
State Boundaries. and report some definite
-W. M. Glrar plan to this
, dean chairman; L. C. Massey F. M body at their next session.

I Hudson, E. E. Cano\'er..I. N. Withers The following were elected delegates 41'. J. LYLE *

s Rules.-E. E. Canover. chairman to the District Conference to ,
1 1. N. Withers : meet with the Practical
L. C. Massey H. H Springfield church 24.
McCreary, Park M. Trammell. Jacksonville. April 24-28. J. E. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Organized Labor.-F. Wood J. B. Evans, XV. J.
: H. Conechairman. Hillman, FRIEND TO FRIEND. S5
Si I John Neel Thomas S. DavIs. J. C. Baisden. Alternates J. F. She r- 9 year's experience Promdt delive.lanyvhere

! L. W, Zim. "". H. Girardeau. wod, T. S. Baisden. % The personal. recommendations,of peo Good stock of Watches always on hand. .

I City and County OrganlzaUon.r .- pie who hare'been cuied of coughs and i

James E. Crane chairman J Frank To the Successful,Candidates. colds by Chamberlain's :Cowls Remedy E DUCATJON LJ in
y have done more thknalT else to make 1 II K
W Sams. Join R..,WilJ1 F S. Crill, Gentlemen I desire to extend it

Joseph H< Humphreys congratulations! ,to' you all, and my es staple article of trade and commerce ova {Ab. ... s.. .'a.w..... cs= '
of the ....... ..
a Urge part civilized world. r-.oo- __-..-.. T_ .,_ :City.
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