Live Oak daily Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00044
 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 5, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00075905:00044
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tie Senate and' the House"of- representatives newspaper,V personal letter"of E., R..

; a large number of bills Haniman.. The,:-Warrant. was sworfit

being .introduced In both houses, 29 forthe'UaJoa >

la the Senate and 4f In the. lower P clftc. Railroad'Company,, -
bOule. Co of which road,JIr.' Harrlrnaa 'Is- the

1 The House passed a bill ,under. suspension president andwa serve,4y: a:HeiecXlTe -

of the rules to authorize a from ,the datr / ttoraey's .of-

bond.issae of S76.000 6r the city of fleet 'Hiy ecS locH d up' a\'-.police
Tallahassee, for the'purpose 'of",buy4 headquarters- "* : -
Ing leasing or otherwise''acquiring f) -Tht EfeT' fn-9ues-onlns ,.-;:'
ad improving the waterworks system ? r.. sed by Mr. Harriman'aW er Neb-. ..,.
of the city, or of .est bllshlnr. a I ster,and was first published'tacetoytie

municipal system The, bill, -was ; World last Tuesday moralcfe .

rttoaeed by 'Mr. Wells of 'Leo n'j' L1 -IcMi )) Statements therein: contained bailed '...... I

The House: also, passed under : 'forth a reply from President Roosevelt 1
naJon of the ,rules. the'b1ll., passed I ; Tuesday fterllOOD. Hill Is 37 .

by' '(be Senate validating* the bond 1 I c ,4 f ru years old and lives.In. Brooklyn. .

'dime. of 45,000 by the town of E. H. Harriman today made the .

Bradentown for municipal Improve- following statement relative to the

enta recent exchange of correspondence >
The Buckman bill restoring the ) between himself and President. Roose- .

;and jury to the original numberas ,j velt: .

referred, the House committee "I do- not Intend to continue. r.

on judiciary, and Senate bill number k' 7T"I controversy.; You gentlemen (meaning i

6J, relating to the, municipality: of the reporters l. must try to help J

Cey West, .and introduced by Presl-' I tit me and not ask ma to answer question .

eat Harris was referred in the the answers to which are self :

Ions* to the committee on county ', Berryman'iq. ; W..hi". ion ,Star.. evident.

nd city organization. "Everybody knows that the contest
Speaker :Matthews announced the -t'-; t for the senatorship In 1904 was
Creary .were agreed.to, and today the 1 nounce .on, Monday that he has con
kppolntment of the standing' committees THAWISDKlARED'SANEREPORT : between Messrs.-Black and Depew j
resolution will be sent back to the firmed the report of the Comm1asfolJ
, of the House, the chairman and; there coqld not possibly have '\j
: if tie principal committees being aa 3pose :as .amended., This shifts the and order that the trial proceed wth; been any viper candidate. There <
oilowa: seat of war back to the.:l wer bouse.It' -- out further delay.: The district ,at. was no bargain whereby money was

Judiciary' -Mr., MacWilliams, of ,1s probable. that, a joint; com WAS UJfANIMOrS: IN torneyf.aad: the counsel for the defense to be raised In consideration of having ;

:r, 5t>Johns. : ,.. -, mittee.'will be-'-"'ppotni jtojdrattresoluUon .a FINDING PIiI9tl'fi:4 ... ':wIlF be heard 'inargument's. Depew'app
: ;"nante"'and- Taxation ilr' :}:ffll- >suitabkto'both> .housed before SANE MIND 'f to the confirmation the report at to Franee'-or made -United States

son," of Hernando. -'f the matter is finally disposed of, Monday's session of the court If they senator and my letter to Mr. Web>> '" .
p Constitutional Amendment&Mr.. and the prospects are good for a very so desire. ster does not so state. That part of "'

Harke, of Jefferson interesting debate today between op- the agreement was for the purpose of* i
t I ; JEROME' IS NOT SATISFIED: \ of Oommlslon.
Railroads and Telegraph-Mr. Dor- posiag members of the house. : harmonizing the Black and Depew

aaa. of Suwannee. Among the most important meas The report of the commission in forces. If It became necessary."

,Appropriations Mr. Harvell of : ures'so far introduced are the following full is as follows:

i ants Ro a.. : Enters Protest and Will Appeal to "We. the undersigned appointed THE WHEAT YIELD.
Education-Mr. Dudley, of Hills-'I By Senator Trammell, putting the Appellate Court Because not Per. ,; by: this court by orders dated March

rough. telegraph and telephone companiesin matted to Inspect Minutes 26, 1907., and March 27, 1907 a commission It Is Reported to Be Well Up to the
I Corporations.-Mr. Matthews, of the hands of the Railroad' Commission forthwith to examine into Average.

*!arion.Canals. .to employ a competent civil Ute mental condition of Harry K. Chicago April 4.-With the law
t and Drainage-Mr. engineer to act as inspector of railroad Thaw and to report to the court with of supply *'' and demand so much
i New York, Aprib Harry K. t
an.of Osceola. tracks; to prevent discrimination the all convenient speed the facts and against it. the wheat market Is doing
Thaw declared
none-j was sane by unanimous I '
'! Organized Labor-Mr. : between city and rural schools; report of the commission in their opinion as to whether at the remarkably well in the matter of

.I f Putnam.. I providing that the trustees of the Internal lunacy appointed to inquire into his time of the examination Harry K. price stability. New low records have

CeIl1! I' and Apportionment-Mr. I Improvement Fund shall ad- condition. i Thaw was in a state of idiocy imbecility been reached for the season but accompanying -
present mental The moment
;&&rtman ot Marion. vertise for bids in disposing of public the decision was handed down I lunacy or insanity so as to it is an undeniable and

i 'State' PensJonlt--Mr; McCIellan of lands; 'one providing that express desk Dis- i be incapable or rightly understanding strong faith In the general situation.
from Justice Fitzgerald's '
uwannee. packages pf 5 t:pounds weight or less feet II' his own condition, the nature of the The faith seems'to indicate a well set
trict Attorney Jerome was on his
Senator Humphreys of.the twent- shall not be charged over 25 cents, Its I charges against him and 'of conduct- conclusion that no matter what may
vigorously protesting against confirmation I
th' distrlct, Representative Pet- and that this rate shall be made the Ing his defense in a rational manner be lacking in buoyan influence
by the court. He charged ,
' grew; socialist; of Manatee, in- basis for a fixed tariff. that he had been excluded from the : do respectfully report: abroad, the home consumption is
' jroduced in til'eir respective bodies Mr. Trammell also put in a bill last session of the commission and I "That before commencing our examination potent enough to keep values near

iOEstltutloaal amendments incorpor- taxing franchises and one providing we took the oath prescribed tre current level, and that if wide-
demanded to be allowed to have access -
ting the principles' 'bf direct legisla for "Jim Crow" waiting rooms and to the minutes and stenographicnotes by the statutes. I spread damage should be Inflicted,on

J on,- ;as expressed through the inl- enlarging powers, of the Railroad of what transpired at the final "That the commission was organized I winter wheat higher prices are certain

jiatlve and referendum. Commission In certain directions. mental and physical examination of by the selection of David McClure to ensue. In the absence of bul-

Senate Concurrent Resolution I'o. Senator Crane introduced his bill the defendant. as chairman. William H. letin Influences abroad, the natural

was received by ,the house, and of the session, of 1905 providing for When Justice Fitzgerald declined Penny, as clerk, and Bartholemew tendency at home is to 'magnify
Ti. Dorman it uniform text books and a commis- Moynyan. as stenographer.
moved substitute' to turn the minutes over to the district stories on Injury,by the green hug.
r House concurrent rescolution sion; also a bill imposing a penaltyof attorney, Mr. Jerome declared "That we were attended by the by unseasonably warm weather lack

.' 'o. 1, both providing for a committees J25 for non-delivery of telegraphic be would carry the case to the appel- honorable District Attorney Jerome of moisture and high winds.'

investigate the. Internal Improve- messages within a reasonable time. late division of the supreme court. district attorney county of New York
: ient Fund of the State. Mr. Car- This measure also applies to tele- and counsel for the defendant took TAFT FOR PRESIDKXT.
asking that a writ of prohibition or
r, of Alachua the author of the phone menages when written for mandamus be granted to prevent a part in the proceedings. The defendant -

, .louse resolution, vigorously opposed transmission to other points. continuance of the Thaw trial until attended in, person all hear- Roosevelt Club of Cincinnati Pledges

te; change and was suported by Mr. Senator Crill Introduced his geological -. the higher Court had ruled upon the ings and was orally and physically Its Support.

, Mlson of Hernando. Mr. Dorman survey bill, and Senator Beard legality of the commission's course. examined. Cincinnati, April 4.-At a special
nd Mr. Watson of Dade favoring it.rhe put In his famous constitutional Many Witnesses. meeting of the Roosevelt Republicanclub
proposition was lost by a vote amendment, limiting the suffrage to Waived Statutory Right. of Hamilton county tonight resolutions -

''f. *S to 29. whereupon Mr. Knight I I white; males over 21. Mr. Crill also Justice Fitzgerald reminded Mr. "That we examined a large number were passed endorsing the

f Citrus moved that the Senate re- introduced a bill providing for a Jerome that he had waived the statu- of witnesses furnished by the district Roosevelt administration pledg-

1 olutlon be substituted for the resolu- change of venue in criminal cases. tory right of attending the last session attorney, the counsel, defend- ing support to the candidacy of William -

On Introduced by himself the day By Senator Hudson a bill providing of the commission by suggesting ant and called by the commission, H. Taft for the presidency in

fore and then on the calender. Mr. for "Jim Crow" waiting rooms. himself that all the attorneys be among them were prison physicians, 1908. In reference to the manner, of

lllis .of Levy, moved to. table Mr. By Senator Adams providing that excluded from the sitting in ques- chaplains probate court officers deciding which candidate may receive

iEht's motion and it was done by sewing machine agents shall take out tion. He then granted the district sheriffs guards In charge of the defendant Ohio's support the resolution says:

vote of 33 to 22 on a division. licenses. attorney an adjournment until next two of the defendant's coun- "This club approves and welcomesthe

Meanwhile in the Senate the Senator McCreary introduced sev- Monday in order that he might have sel and fifteen physicians, twelve of submission to the popular vote at

'r ones concurrent resolution was eral bills one of which was his uni- time to prepare his application to the whom were alienists. We have received open primaries the question of

ader consideration, and Senator form text book measure of 1905. appellate division. Mr. Jerome protested in evidence many documents Ohio's choice for president or senator.J 'I

d. of the second author of thenate This bill provides that the selectionof that the time was not sufficient and papers including written com- provided such primary election were ,.

s resolution moved to strike all school books shall be left in the but Justice Fitzgerald cat him short munications from the defendant to to be held at a proper time apart

ten the enacting clause in the hands of the county superintendents with the announcementthat the trial bill counsel from a general election and provided

', case resolution and substitute his of public Instruction and not in the must be concluded forthwith. Un After, careful examination of the such primary were to be open without

wn In place of that stricken. Thislotion hands of a ,special commission.Mr. less'Mr. Jerome should secure a. writ defendant personaly and of all the any restrictions except that those-

was los, but amendments ., Buckman Introduced .*" bill prohibition in the meantime. evidence we find the following facts: voting were Republicans in national

Posed by Senators Adams and Mc- Continued orj page' three.) Justice Fitzgerald is expected to an (Continued on page eight.) ',' polities.- -,- N ., :, ': 'i






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; "Pneumonia's pes fly-Work 'i ::1,1, I I ; ; ; . . . . . .' .',, secretary at Live Oak. .
affected right ., "
has so '- -
I Men who know GOOD clothing and 5'tor a faifi a

:" of lung.Rural" writes Route Mrs 1. Georgetown'Fannie Connor Tenn.,! Don't Delay Seeing Our 1U fine points-men who want to county meeting Yours .to we serve rem a

I "that I coughed continuously night keep.up to the latest style-come' tons M. J. CHESHIRE
.- and day and the neighbors' prediction and Showing for their "cto'tfilng, knowing- 'that W. D. WtfA-TLEY, Se5 pr-
Superb -
-consumption-seemed ,inevitable Large here they can alW'arget precisely

until my husband.brought homea what they want at the price they wish An Insldioiu .
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, of Spring SUIts f. .- .to DaY, We satisfy .every taste' In One of the,worst'teataL

which in my case proved to be the ,i N .. .... :; dress." The growing business of 'thisYong ney trouble fs that it U,ajg

only real cough cure and restorer of store* .b st" attests the intrinsic :merit: disease and.before the vS
weak sore lungs" When all other I Men and Men. -. of the apparel we, sell-the noted his danger he may hatei\af

t remedies 'utterly fail, yon may still I dy. Take Foley's Kidney c
win in the battlQ against lung and i MICHAELS-STERN first sign of trouble aa it to
throat troubles with New Discovery
regularities and
: Guaranteed by Barclay prevent
the real cure. FINE- CLOTHING disease and
; & Groover druggists. 50.c.and S
,$1.00. Trial bottle free. dw which Is: soamart In style and workmanship that it keeps -

the custom-failorS awake at night wondering how to hold TO AUGUSTA. U,
Dally through
their customers. Pnlia*

Y p.- What Five Dollars-and Seventy-Five -1 f{ L ,Our Easter ,showing! of the. season's correct fashion Is sleeping car leaves Jack,,

time'to select clothes. at 8:05 p. 1ft., via
i Cents Will Do., r -- lreadr\ tfowIs really the ,best your' AUQUc
and fabric ,Is' here fresh from Line and arrives Augusta
This paper; at quite an expense anda Y for Easter while every style tIe-

great deal of work has arranged a the ntake. s' hands. .For selection we offer:, morning at 7:40 a. m. For -

l'. Club offer of: fourteen well-known t, reservations, .see the At *AtI .
i. Papers LIVE OAK and Magazines DULY DEMOCRAT including the for Spring i"f Sack Suits at -$10to' $25 Line Boylston agents, District or write to tam.

only 93.75. Realizing that we could TBoy's : Pastenjer
: : -i Atlantfc Coast Line ,A
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largely increase our circulation wet ." .. :. : : .
entered into a contract to use the : Florida

.' Papers and Magazines that compose zKennedy's.

this Club, The Dally Democrat does ;,., ,: ." .... -_.. -
not make a cent out of this offer. & Cough
f In fact we lose money but by increasing I H t The pleasant cold remedy tktS

r: our circulation we can secure $ '. the cold through its action
-. more advertising and also get a bet- S bowels. Sold by City Phann
; ter rate for Same. Nb paper ever before
b' made an offer that equals ours. '
Every paper,goes to you for one full Suits ';f Frank Hayes of the Part, n]
". year ,Ail are well known and long the city last evening.
established and worth maay times the ''
price we' ask. They are from the Our price of Boys' High Grade r :1L

SoutB,.North East and West. Their i Clothing is the best ever shown in T. .
t combined' values including the Live ;; the city. We have them In all the h A LIQUID COLD C Si

Oak Dally"Democrat Is over 1300.
latest patterns from -ANDLAXATIVE ----
We_.are only able to make this offer
for a'very short time and it will positively
be withdrawn soon. If you COUGH STHE
want the best bargain ever offered -- $3to$7
you order the Club now. Do not "
!k wait for you may hesitate too long. i

If you are already a subscriber to any !:
or all of the papers in the Club, your -- @RI"w
time will be extended one year from MICHAELS-STERN I t

t date Df your order. Probably you do FINE CLOTHING w'NEW
not care to have all of the Papers and crow.iu*. TM s c*. .
Magazines sent to' your address. If -.... JROYAL &JRAJVD : IDEA
not. you can split the Club and have
them sent ot any number of different I

addresses or two or more parties can
come in together and divide the Club i,
among themselves. On acount of the, one lest tfiav.r Etsasss u. tie taq)
limited time that we will be able to BUTLER BROS. ZftrJ' .we.

make this wonderful offer we will be "A Cold or a Couth nearly slap
unable to furnish sample copies to daces constipation-th*water e&fill
E anyone. We take pleasure in givinga eyes nose and throat Instead of ptisf
short sketch ot each paper in the "Mens' Outfitters. I', the system through the f.eraai.
Club. For the want of moisture the"w fc_
THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of dry and hard. Nearly all ether CMfi]

year Memphis.It is Tenn.published, is in monthly its seventeenth on the . . . . . . . ..,,, . . . . . . .. . . . . I i Opiates.are constipating Kennedy especially a' Laxative then i ,

15th of each month. Colonel HughL. I Tar moves the Vowels conttifci of I
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Bedford, its editor, is one of the
best-known agricultural writers in the How to ovoid Appt.'ndldtlsIost per Anyone that has chickens pigeons I meat under the head of "Embroid: KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE

United States. He lives On his model victims of appendicitis are pet stock, turkeys, geese ducks U also department of ''Amusing '
.. farm near Memphis and also has a those who are habitually constipated. etc., will 'not only save but make I 'the'Children," and another one under
large,cotton plantation in Mississippiand money by having this well-known the head of "Home and How to
and fruit farm in Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures oon ratrtse.
an orange magazine before them If : "
anyone I Really Make it Home and another
Florida. He is ably assisted by a chronic constipation by stimulatingthe takes this publication and does not : department under the head of 'OurBeauty
large number of department editors, liver and bowels and restores the say that it is one of the best of its Doctor. There are many HONEYANDTARelieves

special writers and correspondents. natural action of the bowels. Orino kind and is as handsome readableand f other interesting articles in this pub _
The Journal makes a specialty of its valuable. a poultry is lication _
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- paper as which space alone forbids us Colds by working! .
{ Cotton Manufacturing Lumber and published, ,we will send same to them I I to mention. Any subscriber to this of the system through a copied
Industrial Departments in additionto seate or gripe and is mild and pleas-
three mouths as an absolute Clubb
present. 'will after reading this
i I paper, bowels."Relieves
having full and complete depart-
ant to take. Refuse substitutes. 1 we believe B9 ekatsi'
ments of the Home Garden Fruit THE WOM\VS HOME JOLRV\L renew their subscription Cough by {
City Pharmacy. dw* for same from to strengthening the mucous trim
Farm Poultry Cattle Live Stock is published in Boston, and no matter year year without
etc. It is very readable and full of what price is paid for a similar pub- any solicitation upon the part of any- the throat chest lungs and broi

bright snappy news and contains 32 able publications of its kind publish- lication, do one will be able to securea one.All For Croup. Whooping Conga,Ii
pages. eded In the United States. It is publication at the same price which of the above Magazines and Influenza Bronchitis and all
THE AMERICAN FARMER of Indianapolis printed on heavy book paper and con- will equal this one. It is published in Papers contain stories and reading Cold, Lung and Bronchial dectcl
Ind., has been published tains thirty-four pages is publishedon the interest of the women and children matter for every and all members of remedy U equal to Kesaw.
twenty-one years and is ably edited the 25th of each month. Each and and it Is worth many times the the family, from the smallest baby Honey and Tar. CalUrta Wa tt

:' 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 Put vf In tie,6Oe aM\M HttIeI ails\ ;
contains a full page poem from this expert. No one who has a horse cat- Club.COL1l. of the home farm and business lrstory_*f K.0.OeWItt A.Ohtwik I
well-known writer. It is published tle or live stock should be without MAGAZINE is published are fully covered by the best writers.

monthly and contains 24 pages. There this publication. in New York in magazine form, You will see thousands of new pictures
; i is no better paper for the home and M\XW ELL'S TALISM VM is a hand- and is one of the most readable and illustrations In these pub Sold by City Pharnu jj

farm than this well-known publica some 32-page monthly publication magazines of its kind ever produced lications during the year that you

.1 t, tion.SUCCESSFUL. printed on heavy book, paper and by any publisher. It is full of inter- will be unable to find In any other THe Great fleadacneBromoPep G
esting matter and contains papers.. This
FARMER Is published contains many handsome half-tone illustrations articles paper feels proud to
; I at Des Moines la., and has been It is a publication thatis which are prepared by some of the be able to offer to Its patrons a Club
long established. Each issue contains edited by the lion. A. C. Maxwell best-known writers in the country. of this kind, composed of such repre
;:1 1 from 50 to 60 pages, and It is one one of the best-known writers in this This magazine will please all, no mat- sentative Papers and Magazines, and
of the handsomest and most complete country No publication in its class ter how critical they are in regard to we can say to each and every one
publications of its kind in the world. compares withlaxweU's Talisman.It what they read. that our offer is worth many times "Note 1 the vVord Pepsfn-*]

Every department of the farm and has been published at Chicago Ill., TUB I'RACTIClIj FARMER. This the price of $5.75, and no one will
I f t
: home is fully represented in this pa-. for seven years. well-known magazine which is published 1[of make a mistake in taking advantage CURES _EeadatQe.III .
per, and each of these departments in Philadelpbials same.
THE FARM MONEY M.tI ER is not only one We OH10l! ,
a call
is in charge of an expert. It is a very large, handsome publication which of the most successful of its kind your attention to the advertisement -
handsome publication and Is a monthly *I has been running but without doubt one of the most of the Club elsewhere On the Spot.
a great in this
years edition. You
published on book will find there
paperGREEN'S in carefplly edited papers in the United
i Cincinnati. O, and contains various detailed
States. Information in regard to the Ho Opiates. HtAll
Any Absolutely
FRUIT GROWER of departments in regard to every planter, or, in Club.
Rochester, N. Y., has been published I part of the farm and also has many fact anyone who has fruits flowers Druggists, lOe IS*. *** **
for twenty-seven years and is edited well-known writers in charge of vegetables live stock and poultry. This May Interest You *
I- by Col. Chas. A. Green, who is said I special departments devoted to the will find that the Practical Farmer for Sale By

t to be the best-known writer of this i home, and also matter that is inter will save them during the year many No is The City Ph arm
+ kind in the world. He is ably assisted : esting and of value to every memberof times the price that they pay for the one immune from.Kidney

by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as assistant : the family.SOl'"TlllmX. entire Club. trouble so just remember that LIVE OAK, FLA.

editor. These two well-known' POrI.THYXCn H. THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZIM2 Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir- 41-23-trwi-vi.
gentlemen also have a large numberof is published in New York In regularles and
This cure
magazine is devoted to poultry: magazine any case of kidney
department editors and special and all of its departments and is' form and contains from 30 to 60 and bladder trouble that Is
writers. This not
magazine alone is each
published at Atlanta. Ga. pages Issue. This well-known
worth the price that ask for the Each issue beyond the reach of medicine.
we publication contains City
contains from 40 to 50 many interesting
pages printed FOlEY'HONEYArmT
entire Club. In its class no paper in magazine form on heavy book stories' and some of the most vale Pharmacy. dw
f in this country compares with It. pa- able articles which are prepared by

. t 1 MODERN STORIES, of New York Good Judgement s well-known writers. Every depart NOTICE
II is a handsome and well known publication ment is fully covered by experts in
i!S which is published monthlyand is the essential characteristic of men this publication.. One of the most In There will be a meeting of t h J
is equal to any of the well known and teresting departments is that con Sea Island Cotton Association of
monthly magazines. This alone is woman. Invaluable to good I ducted by a well-known writer under wannee County at
worth the entire price of the Club business men and necessary to housewives the head of "For the Little Fellows," court house on Saturday.
Carefully edited and contains matters A woman shows good judge and another is "Chats With Mothers" April 20. All local clubs a

that will Interest every member o* the ment when she buys White's Cream Another is "Decoration of Your requested to meet at their place ref

family. Vermifuge for her baby. The best Home," and, another valuable depart- ': meeting Friday, April 12, at four The original
SOl'THWE.'tTIAG.ZIXE i i i o'clock and
is published worm medicine offered i requested to get the
ever to moth
..' at St. Louis Mo, on the first of The Noun Pure Food and Drug Law :,: amount of cotton planted and LAXATIVE cough rem
ers. Many indeed '
i are the sensible grade
each month, and contains from 60 to Of fertilizer
"'-;, 70 pages. It Is one of the best-known mothers who write expressing their \\e are pleased t; announce that I|i send in used, and how much, and For coughs, colds, throat i
magazines published and is in its gratitude for the a report of same with
1 good health theirchildren i Foley's Honey and Tar for I' all trouble No opiates ::-\o '
.. fifth year. It is ,handsomely gottenupaud which they coughs dues not yet turned over to the Good for
to belie
owe the colds coan everybody.
use ;i and lung troubles is
contains many Interesting not affect ,;, ty, with names of
of White's those
Cream | paid
Veralfuge Sold ed as the The ,
articles full of valuable Informationfor I National Pure Food and Cen tral' genuine 4
every member of the family and I by Suwannee Drug Co. dwFOIETSHONET : Drug law as it contains no opiates Association.omcer. are crowdIng FOLEV'S HONEY And TA8J
will please all.BLOODED I 1 other harmful or us up for all dues for 1907, and ,Y olio w package. Rcfusespb'
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we recommend some of
STOCK MAGAZINE Is f TAB 'I -it as a safe remedy for child the clubs have not made a Prepared only by "

one-of the handsomest- and.. -most.-read- top! t1Ras coat?. t [ !. w is lo, i ren and adults. City Pharmacy. dw. send report delegates of any thing to the yet. If you can't Foley & Company CM' i
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If'you don't want all the papers sent to one Club address you can split the dub and have For Sick LiversA

them sent to any number of different addresses.
'Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papersin PURELY VEGETABLE

Jur Club. This gives a full description of sach paper. COMPOUND
The Saving Habit is the Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how much you
GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by

EY!! P POperaadMOg02iae r n sWKllO\YllOI 11 \ n om (mill Ille Nmm, SijUm, [o fist 1 on W es1Every I k TORPID today LIVER may saps and you IMPURE a kick spell BLOOD.tomorrow.One bottle purchased -

Paper Goes to You For
In.W.A.WhJtewell, Emory, Tex.,
writes: "My cilia had thins and fever '
for four years. We tried all kinds olsnedidaes
,aDd fiaaUyan acquaintance of

REMEMBER THIS AOFFER IS FORA A VERY SHORI I1Mf ONLY l y mine three battles recommended car**.wad Yea the hare Herbine.child my is permission now We completely used-

to publish this testimonial as I cheer-
full*recommend Herbine to all mother.
having chUirea. Jcted as mine.

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Five Dollars and Seventy=Five Cents _sM B MM&l .

trt., . . . . .2. Suwannee Drug Company.
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":" I'power might be ,put can reaflUT toe BOWLINQ PAIWAY

t. ** Published e ery,,":Afternooa* ..} r,.* ward's message fc |the J;fjrn! Sht>lz dC 41J oh* : '

': Except SIu day.. : .. eglslature_ 5 nch was read that far inst'ance. deRSiri lt rdsu ; .

4 Ma'g-iC r- body yesterday afternoon and. &' ?.hl &flt fn the,tifh office of DOWH. UPON THE EUNL ME UYEJT .. .
SHERwoori.'E t r and .
if' 7 .J. F. SolfcltoraDr.W1 tnot''I i "pii"I>J. z .
.1 synopsis-hich is published h:the Crl !isat'rGonr f !

.:.. ;r.'TRK LIfE 011 PDBIJSHIKS COMPABT. Journal today.: Is a strong and virile I' County, be threatened with the opposition : Mineral. Springs. HotelandrCptlHOT ;

1: document. and for the most. pa>bt. 'I of the local weekly, how .
"i' .Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak 'j dig out AND COl DEATHS UNSURPASSED.'coon TABLE. ; a
what might be expected from a easy it would be for him .to H
Second Class Mail Matter Just IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES.' .
i > Florida., as its mistaken paraaraRhIfor WATER TELagRAtly: "
ctiarac- of flies some -
: :; November 7, 1905.. ; man 'of Governor's" type and, I all PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES SHADY flAYIL
.. such. Ire.numerdi4in papers -
? ,-
L ',' THE/DAILY: ,DEMOCRAT of the wilL United, be"maned' tef.The chief:features ol- .,}the-metsage* 1, from those of r\ew'York.etty' to RATES REASONABLEADDRESS &CULP': ,.cgUECTIOUT UY(UK.-=-

/V. States, fo'postage any 'part prepalr for $5.00 are Its treatment of the'subjects good "roads'a of;I!those of Florida-;-and to Its use Ytn.dejstrable athreatened'peosecution'with : FflRICttOtELr. DOLING PflRK. FLOKIDft.t. J

$2.50 for six' months; railroad legislation
: year;
per HfeJ J! publicity and expense, to whip .
50 cents Immigration state
i $1.25 for three months or franchise! tax ,:- '
t ,"' for five?, weeks. .In "advance":, *Def Insurance,the race,problem and.the.]jaVeak-kneed'editorlnta.line Whethjjer 4 I i 11 11 111 111111 It i I If > M III I j 1111 11illIII MSIUIIHEBN -

livered\Q'any par of"the city by right of the'public to correct Inform -,l smarting tfhder the 'successful

r-. .' carrier for 10 cents per week. ,t1.on; as. furnished by .the newspa- campaign of.publicity"waged Againstthe

L pers. .- aforementioned. drainage scheme BUSINESS
z. An exchange' remarks that some' In the matter 'of railroad legislation --: br; the .BiosOnflieifltaJ papersd4! tM -COLLEGt,1

f men are honest and some men -are .. Governor Broward 'favors "enlarging State or1 whether'desirous 'of achieving '

i politicians. .. ..' 0< the powers of the railroad I the notoriety'which'ls'sureto attend -
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fl. .i' commission making that body a constitutional such' an .unprecfeSenJed position)

/ We mus' .not looSe sight, of bur 'branch of the state government the Governor has Incorporated into

; opportunity to get that pulp and paper giving the commission power an otherwise 'strong and sensible .

t mill for_ our city. 'to make an inspection of the physical message a"'bit,, of clap-trap wtich,

condition of the roads and 'to smacks of the demagogue and the
The slogan for every citizen of } N
enforce demurrage 'pa ments lor delayed cheap sensationalist.-Tampa .Kews.
this city should be "At work-for 10, T
freight a law limiting the
in 1908 for Live Oak s
t 000.population .
:: hours of labor of railroad employes The message' of the Goovernor of

: not "Whatcanido. and to otherwise safeguard the lives Florida is long, but it is interesting, J_a 9

.. and persons of both passengers and and for that-reason its length will bo, a -
: "Smith. to keep tabon- the detec-
employees. He also recommendsthat excused. It -deals with many sub- +
'tlves," remarks an exchange .is .far
c, : p eXpresS'' companies, telephone jects and all of them are handled vigorously -
I easier than for the detectives to keep
'' and telegraph cpmpanies. be placed and cprnprehensevely. It jojuy SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTFor
tab the. Smitha- ... .
on. -
':. : under, th.e.jurisdiction of the railroad b$ that- any,01. his constituents will ..

rai to" commission. \ not agree with all his recommendation II.
The Dem \1s pleased note '
I -. that Suwannee county's members in lIe advocates bonding the state for and suggestions, but "they will the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOI

the Le te'1iayt: ) eeft;::>laced..oV1.the building!' of good'roads, the estalisbing b-: accord hiniclJi.e; ,praise for frankness will be issued good in ANX.DEPARTMENT. for only $30.00

several of the important.-standing of a. state department of immigration and clearness. the. presentation, of Special courses in-all"Departments have been so arranged I

: committees.. _. ". : with a proper appropriation 'his views. Perhaps eventually he student entering on this special. offer can finish within the limit of i
to make its work effective: the will come tQ.the conclusion that he scholarship.This .

This has been.great week at St. enacting of a law providing, for' a made a mistake in introducing Intoa is an opportunity which you cannot afford'to miss. _

Augustine. The entertainment there tax on franchises, and for a rigid la a state paper of such importance his
Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, aDd ..
making it a misdemeanor for a differences with some of the newspapers -
has been carried on Vith more harmony
help you to a good paying position, or get a better one than yon MW 1 1WKITK
and brotherly love than have paper to knowingly publish an untrue lit reajpect6; the drainage of

!- the perfprmances and exercises in the. I article which tends to destroy the the Everglades and his suggestion : FOR CATALOG.

City of Tallahassee. confidence of the people in any can- that a law be enacted for the controlof

didate or public officer.In the presj.: lie should ,have kept

The Pike at the Jamestown Exposition all these things Governor In mind teed fate'-of Gov.* Pennypack- SOUTHERN[ BUSINESS I [ COLLEGE

is to be onemile long and will Broward voices the sentiment we be er of Pennsylvania, who tried'to gag

be called} the "Warpath." .,:That lieve, of the vast majority" of the the newspapers of that state. If he

don't sound.'good to us., We would people of this state and the legislature Is right\.in-ifs.' ;. rgladwf policy he LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

pot object 'to p.romeiading' Land will be carrying out the wishesof ought to jjb, atfT<* to Wt>hold It He ,

down 'the pike a little, but :"'hen:1t'co : that majority by enacting legislation certalnty lfas \lie'support of some of 1 L. M.t\ TTON. President G.S. STEPt ,NS. Prlf

| es to getting on the "warpath" In accordance with the govern the brightest papers of the state in

I that's out of our line of business. or's recommendations. the Everglades matter. The fact + 11 i 111111 in in n i in i i i n 111 i 1111ernor
I The matter of state life insurance that he wants a gag law will be Inter-
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I Congressman Hearst, of New Yorjc.I } is something which, while attractiveIn preted in some quarters1\as meaningthat ;r
theory, is .forgets that Florida is a growing ; ATE RAT POISOX i.
whose name.has not been mentioned probably a little in ad- he has-.the>wearer side of the '
vance of public sentiment State; that its population Is not
though -Savannah Morning
a controversy -
I In
a very Florida complimentary for several way-'weeks in, the study of that puestlon will be a verygood : Newsi i i./ one-tenth of what it should be; that,; Thought They Wf'1 Srree4
I press.. pf* seat ; thing for the entire public at most of Its cities are small and that|I -They Recovered, H..
occupied his in 'Congress two
days during ,a term of seventy-one. i this time, and later It may be advis- No one can read Governor's Brow- the development of the State and the I I Dahlonega. Ga., Apr I.
able cities depends upon the constructionof
to the
days. His. official duties must bear adopt plan. ard's messags up to the last fatal little children, two of T S.

," very heavily upon him. As a solution for the race problem l?aragrapb,jaV'pnl>llsffe$fk the :trib-- public improvements under fran- field's and two of B. J. Smkbr.
i Governor Broward's of chises. To place a tax on these fran-
.--. plan sep- une this morning, wi4hout'being impressed some rat poison biscuit and

A man up in Nebraska broke"his aration while not new, is sufficiently with the fact 'that: the writer chises, as conditions now are. will ing them for sweet crackc''
radical to attract simply be prohibitive and preventthe
general attention.The "
arm the other daY' counting money has given Taretaf study to the ques- them.
proposition to the investment of capital in concerns
sq the dispatches -say. We know buy negro tions of Issues discussed and has used They weretreatment poisoned, bit
race out transplant the colored people which cannot possibly earn interest
nothing of the man's profession or enerally.a; wise judgment in-his rec- by the doctor
to a new territory, and establishan on the money Invested unless they
ommendations to the legislators. It them in .
business, but if we gambled we good shape.CLAIRVOYANT
exclusive are granted the most liberal terms.It .
negro government with
F would not mind putting '* next Is written, too, in a broad and toler-
up laws to keep the negro inside of It the is all well enough for large cities
week's salary that he was not a news- ant spirit suggestions even un- IS ACCTSHr
and the white man outside might be der the Legislation like New, York, Chicago or Philadelphia
paper man. heading "Railroad -
a feasible one if the negro himself with their enormous use of .
being free from
singularly radIcal Is Oiargrd With Takfa
agreed to it, but-there's the rub. public utilities, to exact such a tax;
Victor L. Berger, founder<< of the or inimical expression, despitethe Jewelry and Monty.
The governor's message contains but it is sheer nonsense to apply thE! a
fact that he has
i>een ac-
Socialist party. declares\that Presi- many other features, all of which the cused of same rule to Florida's small munici- Greensboro, N. C.. April
habpring unjust and un-
dent Roosevelt has storm'a'great members of the legislature will do palities; in fact. It would simply warrant has been Issued ag

t malty.,- If not all the planET: fnT {the well to study with care. It is a carriers friendly of feelings the State.toward *the *public* mean a quietus to their growth and Varetare, a palmist and c

I Social Democratic platform;.&n<\.they strong and comprehensive document It would have prosperity.-Tampa Tribune. charging him with larceny y
.1 been well, however
, I have nothing now to stan dupoo.'The" and will carry great weight with bad some benignant spirit Is accused of taking jewel '
President: will pe allowed.to ke nplanks'a the every thinking man.-Miami Metrop- hand ere the Who said Pennypacker to the pressof money to the amount of $10,
penned the
i *jttey .have not. her. fare 011 s.. Florida prominent men and other
paragraph of his
been of to'draW tGoyern message. Prob-
!lrcrea alue vt teato" fortunes be told. Varetart ;
: ably no publicdocumeBt has shown ,
the Social peoaecjr tparty, that -
political party :being somewhat In; r.s'meS8 g : which the such a complete collapse from being Rufus Jenkins, colored, was.. adjudged the city.

the minority; as will be found Evening News publishes" today,'and an instrument declarative of freedom Insane by a committee consisting --MMP MM*

examination of- the last national uponan which is now receiving the ;consider to one so full of the evU intol- of Dr. Brown, Dr. Thomason LKGISLATl UKUoth Ws. OtRt-

election returns'0 ation of 'the Legislature, Is apt to erence and despotic. utterances: of a and T. J. Lyle yesterday, and he was -

. give 'satisfaction to his friends .'and czar. Herod is out-Heroded; Roosevelt taken to Chattahoocbee by Sheriff Uranche* .\djoW'lll'atD .

discomfiture to' his enemies. is put Roosevelted. That a'n Rickerson this morning. Tallahassee 3t
The Savannah Jenkins April 5, S }
Morning News;
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says The former will be pleaded because man wifh\ the liberal who baa
"State Senator Ma ben of Virginia, sane and deter been working around at Doth houses of the t..pl&

I baa introduced a bill to incorporate they. In their admiration, feigned or cratic environment: of the twentieth\ different places, has been considered adjourned until Mondays

genuine, of the man, had. expected century should be capable of deliberate drift for some time
i the 'unwritten law' into the statutes and finally h[ The House this morning.

of' his .state.The bill 'gives practically just such a dignified, conservative e attack upon the freedom. of the step father turned him over to the Senate resolution Introd

anybody the right to kill on document, brief but not cursory press is, we confess, quite beyond !authorities. Senator Beard to Investigate
suspicion -
calm but not weakly so.: The latter our powers to understand. This absurd -
ox the accusing Improvement Board by oTote.
rt report of a
will be discomfited because they paragraph in the Is -Mr. S. L.
woman. Under .the Macheu bill the message so Bowen. of Wayne W. Thi,* matter now
had not expected such a paper.' absolutely contradictory the'BeO Ca..
of writes'I
mere man would have no chance at With was a sufferer from action upon the House resol

aU for his life. When accused by a only one recommendation of timent of what precedes' it that one Kidney disease, so that at times I troduced by (Garter of Alaety.

woman any of her relatives would the Governor's message will the press has to read it twice before really be- could not get out of bed, and when .
and people, as a rule take issue lieving that the I' did
words are there and ; 'could not stand
a right to kill a man and make straight. I The adjournment will
His suggestion of state regulation of that he is not the victim of took Foley's
inquiries a Kidney Cure. One dol hers
afterwards, if it was convenient a breathing ape,1. aa4
,". :i ,. : newspapers will be Justly appraisedas cination. Is it possible that the governor lar bottle and part of the second the various commit'
,i. ., Quixotic, fantastical Impracticable allows a petty vindicativeness cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney II 1 work.

-and, even though practical uq- to control him That fretting un- Cure works wonders where others -
lionR. R. Dorman has .. sl I I -. .
eadvfsaDler. It is to ba| imagined der newspaper\ criticism which he ha are total failures. City Phar- .. i
ed number of .important measures that in this recommendation the wishis at times, brought himself macy. .I.U.
I 'Legislature' upon he dw*
the' and fs'' buckling ; with the Governor, "father to the makes this foolish attempt to reiterate Percy-"Bat, my dear I

,the'!o"n to hard work. He. is one ot thought"" In the event of another ? Well, cif course, his recommendation Violated Lottery Law. I told you to get two $J **"<

leading members of the House, drainage campaign, for example how orchestra.<< His '0" "
in this respect, will meet with New Orleans April 4.:-E. J. De- Wife
andiAthe' session two years ago did gratifying it would be to the Governor scorn and condemnation It deserves, marest a' wealthy resident of New you did but tttU fternooa if
splendid work for
; Suwannee countyand to exercise the restraint of thla.r e as we hardly think there is one Orleans, today pleaded went to boy them there
Florida. Hls colleague_ Hon WIfi guilty to violating .!
' upon newspapers' which 35redsugges member of .Legislature so subservient the state taw'' in having : : speculator jest outside .d
McClellan. although. a ,new mem_ ; ; oppc&tioli t fo f his :- fcjrftesch'enJe as to lift his voice against 'a U5'. OO lottery prize cashed t f odly' lovely $S box sea'J
bet; Is a conservative and able man ? *'Consi d erect seriously about a. '.. ."
however the hard working 'a1 -Puck.
: .body pf newspaper year go. He was fined $100. j
and these who expect'good report ; i
,tfee plan has In it no germ of men who have been In the foremost r -- ;' r '
f from him: will not be disappointed!, reason or. common sense. What assurance ranks of those who have raised Flor- Lang Crushed to Lath. f Lire Oak building agues\

He has 'gone to work like an old I .would the peoPle have.,of a to her present prosperous condition the first three months this

hand at-the lawmaking business' andw.111 I I free press should the power to bring There is, we" would add, another Ptttsburg. April ".-Mr. A. Lang. far ahead of the big record
be beard- fro tn' the floor an uncle of Charles .
of Schwab
editors. d publishers, Into court IfI seriously objectionable recommendation employ- the first three mont!:.

the House many time before the end L|criminal prosecution be vested In in .ed In the Duquesne steel mills was .
I the message. We allude'to Keep your eye on UTe Oa!
ol the suasion J 1 1.r I any petty politician who might be- the taxing of franchises. The crashed today between cars, sustainIng -

.?. .. ._ SSt t !....rw -a*... ,,.,, '. .,..>- gQV injuries from which he will die.
| fSulMcrlbc they Da1I7.x.7

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*v.Tp.: Murray, ;;f Alton, la In the.' -

ftitr r rSkating'" :',. today V" :,a'the.. .*: 'Auditorium:' I"t '- '..Friday..: il : THIS WEEK ONLY 10 PER CENT. :DISCOUNT -- ;

!>tdght. Come out and enjoy ptffself. i

ft D..\p-, Ross, of-ter-Rossburg, Is In the New Line Skirts New Shipment Muslin Underwear -

today. j
deity '
.....'. -- Direct from the
largest manufacturer in New
sell J.M. B hey -' Black. and Blue Voile $10.00 to $15.00: ChiffonPanama's
!ffjt jf you want see : : York. These
garments are made of the finest Cambric.
tie licensed auctioneer He 1.I + ,. MohaIrs;.Secillians, in all the leading colors
I r for Spring wear. % House Skirts, made of Linen k' Lo ng Cloth and Nainsook: and are cut extra f u 11.' i

:'V:Joe Rubenstein_ Is ,up from the and other wash,materials, going for less than the value '
I Park-.today. of material. .' .: SEE THE NEW KfMONA GOWNS.
; '.' --1"---
EI! '.''4 One pair mules1 for sale cheap. Apply -

I: to L..O. Brokerage. & Com. Co.s Make Your Sections this Week and Take Advantage of the Discount. .

4 'Mr Rouse .returned ,from Jacksonville -

Ii today. THE LADIES' >
t ; Big line baby shoes and tuotcason

Iat- Tee Ladies" Emporium.// 3-3t II II I I I I II I III II I i III I I I I II I I II III-Mil MUM II III I .-M"III rM I I I I II I I I I" I" I- - .;: .;: .;: ..-..--.
I : :pr.park. W. M. Bryan was up -from the; -
I A nice pair of shoes f /for every KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the !
. yesterday. FOR SALE
I'.' baby born In Live Oak fwm April 1st btomach and makes the breath as
1./ 31st. 3.':31 sweet as KODOL Is When you think
{ See the baby shoes at TKe Ladies' to December I a rose. sold by A
I druggists on a guarantee relief plan.
-Emporium. 3-3tj J. A. Zipperer and wife of Madison I It conforms strictly 'to the National about that fine 9

I were here today. Mrs. Zippererwas IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED I. Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by
T. Mima, of Wilmarth came upOn Watch
on her way to High Springs.W. City Pharmacy. dw you
business today.

R. McGregor came up to see City Real Estate The five weeks old son of Mr. and need think ]
G..W. Turnmond of Suwannee. is
I here tooay'tradlng. his wife'and baby yesterday returning Mrs. J. H. Braswell died this morn- of
'. t ,to Santa Fe this morning. ing at one o.clock. at the home of
Mrs. Braswell's parents, Mr.and Mrs.

Fenholloway Capt Will II.today.Strickland Tedder. came- ,up from .Just received a full line /'little farmsltc: Hopson, of the Ethel hotel. Mr. RADFORD'SP 1

boys' latest novelties 'in S/Hor and : Braswell is away from home and the
i.'M.: 7 years, at S. J. White'. ,burnishing a funeral arangements cannot be made
returned from
I Store. . 5-4 f until his return this evening. The -
do sortr\I.t.sesterday.: ;.: ,b Where you will find a
LIST sympathies of all are with the be-

"Sr: Myers of i Valdosta. is here ona A couple of small keys'were pickedup : YOUR *. co"2->... ..L...- .. reaved, ..," parents. relatives' and; friends. choice assortment of
on Howard street which the ; --
vfsit tbrM'L'azdru: owner can have by calling on N. PROPERTY -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough the very best :

':Jfrs.' V?.' : Dorman, Orkin. Syrup. Children like its pleasant
fcj of Houston : :
WITHus. taste. Contains C2ARYE4RS
--- no opiates, but drives
is in the city today shopping. rIAItrhoc1U U
-When you need a pill, take a pill, the cold out through the bowels.
and be sure it's an Early Riser. Made in conformity to Pure Food and I
Judge Lamar G. Carter of Mayo WATCHES REPAIRED .
They sold here by City Pharmacy Drugs Law. Recommended and sold
I is in the city today.
dw* by City Pharmacy. dw*
j Harry. E. Barcus, of Terrell Is ,
Slippers, Sanda's.fries, Pumps, Ox- W. A. Parker has leased from Miss
shaking hands with his Live Oak ;tlVE OAK IA. I r'
friends.TO fords in black, wi'/e/and colors for I Lewin Building Room 3. I Emma Parshley the. building on
ladies, misses, ckiMren and boys, at Howard street, formerly occupied by 4

RENT-Furnished.and "White's Shoe gtorlT 5-4t I Hopps colored, and partialy destroyed -
nJihed rooms address "R" Iqjcare One of our prettiest and most popu- ; by fire over a year ago. The THE BEAR IDEA 1
of Democrat. U Keep on smiling, and read our lar little teachers had quite a Payne- building is being repaired and Mr.
greatest, magazine and newspaper ful visitor from Live Oak Sundayat Parker expects to occupy it about 1

Postmaster Adams'and daughter. clubbing ever' offered by this paper. least it was painful to one of the May let, and conduct a market and

Miss Sallle, of Norwod, were here Particulars elsewhere in this issue. :Madison boys.-Madison. New Enter- green grocery stand on metropolitanlines. E11tIof 1j j

yesterday. I prise. ,
A corrugated iron structure is beIng -

If you want draying done ?r /a erected on Conner street, near the I Mr. Harvard, of the Ladies' Em- He didn't have a dollar; he didn't

trunk carried to the depot, right Seaboard tracks for the storage of porium, went to Jacksonville last have a dime. His clothes and shoes

quIck, phone 129. W. N. Boatijjght. material used by Nelson's barrel night and returned this morning with were looking just as though they'd
factory. his wife, who baa been visiting her served their time. He didn't try to 1
_. old homeinMichigan' for several kill himself .
Mr*< S. P. Vlckery. of Lake City ,' to dodge misfortune'swhacks.
arrived here this morning on a visito -Especially recomended for Piles-- weeks past: Instead he got some ashes 1
relatives. that is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch j' and he filled fire: dozen sacks. Then
Hazel Salve. Sold by City f ar-I R. J. Allen, of Live Oak, Route next he begged a dollar. In the

Come out to the Friday macy. dw* No.I, spent''ednesd y night in paper in' the morn he advertised tin
night. See AUdlt1f.u Taster enroute home' from the cot- polish that would put the sun to
to- feeding Teddy with .on; good Ice
aJ'1 Democrat Mrs. Reed Watson, who has been ton rally at Valdosta. He made the scorn. He kept on advertising, and, Cream
seems an H wouldbe
visiting her sister, Mrs. Dave Hum- News office! an appreciated call Thursday just now. .suffice to' say he's out in enormity.
really letting It go to waste, but
The Southern Express Company's phrey returned to her home In I morning.-Jasper .News. California at his cottage on the bay.
Pity office is now adorned with a Anderson, S. C., last evening. J. W. Register. of Jasper, passed Gainesville Sun. then our Ice"Cream very often does
"go to waist, and, the ladles waists
andsome sign. : through here last evening. He met
$2.50 wagon seats, new,' a .' 1l.Bailey's. I with c a bad accident Wednesday, having We are told that the subscriptions are the ones that get the most of It. a

Why buy grass-fed beef whenjyiiu "" ., the Auction U u' for I one of his fingers on the right for the_ stock of the new hotel lack No party or reception could be complete -

all get' the best stall-fed. tee /at $1.50. Other things la ordon. lad badly mashed. whfch in capacit- but little of the amount necessary to without; each guest having a .
him for work. construct dish of our delicious, and a
Wrd's market tfM Be quick. If ates the building probably pure comforting
about 2000. We urge again upon Cream which we make In a

L. Burnett and C. N. Hildreth. A. S. York came over from Tallahassee KODOL is a thorough stomach relief the patriotic people of town and variety of flavors to suit all prefer-

r.. went to. the river today on .a last evening to spend a coupleof it digests what 'you eat and county; the importance of the project. ences. Every ingredient warranted.
shlng exposition. days with his family. He holds gives the stomach rest and assists in Madison must uave a hotel and as Nut Cream Tae a quart; other

an important clerkship In the Houseof I restoring it to Us normal activity quickly as possible. This small flavors ; Oc quart; delivered anywhere -
Read our greatest magazine and Representatives. and usefulness. KODOL is sold on'a amount must be subscribed and the In city.

icwspaper clubbing ever offered guaranteed relief plan by City Pharmacy sooner the better.-Madison New I
by --

hies paper. Stetson Agents Shoe for p Sons.and I dw* Enterprise. fWri! aBook 0111d N News CO. j

Presiding Elder Hendry left for Whitcomb EdWinfia for Mrs. C. T. Ansley and her baby 10.00 REWARD.Will .. ---u._ __
from Brooksvllle yes'jerday I
acksonville. Green Cove Springs and men. Full S. J. boy came up
Iddleburg last night. White's Shoe 5-4t on a visit to her parents, Mr. be paid by me for information I'' H. J. MORRIS h
and Mrs. H. A. Blackburn. Mrs. I that will lead to the conviction of

Why buy gras-fed beef wh n/you! Hays Sands. -James Dorseand Ansley has hosts of friends in Live parties who stole or burned bench in Contractor and Builder I

n get the best stall-fed bWf at I Willis Jenkins the three negroes Oak. and all are glad .to greet her l front of my store Wednesday night, Apply for plans, estimatesand
Ird'. market V tf i again. April 3... 1907. GEO. WOLFE
who were charged with the larcenyof I I
I u ----.-_ ._ ,
Miss I a church building six miles west I Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C. 1.. I
Maggie Kirland left last eveuag -' Those who contemplate' sendingout I Crossing. .
I of town, were held to the grand THOMPSON & '
for Lake City and will leave from circulars for the spring trade I WARREN -- 1
jury by Justice pf the Peace Leslie,
cere to her home in Alachua. but their attorneys sued out a writ should: call upon or write Geo. But- Drays and Delivery Wagons. *****.I I I MM III IMIIHIM !

of habeus corp1,1s.and Court.Commis- ler. at the Democrat office In Live Furniture ; ; DR. CHAS. E.
moving a specialty. TAYLOR i i't
$50 REWARD 'Oak. He has a printed list of 25.- ,
sioner from
Broome released them
-, custody. I 000 white citizens of florida. from STOVE WOODAny .!,
For the arrest with proof to convict 38 counties and 450 postofflces, most! i I: VETERINARY. I

&y Person or persons counterfeiting HATS! HATS! II.-\'I"' of whom are farmers fruit and vegetable [ length delivered to any part Solicit pourtronistOffice

parclay't*-*** Kamfo-Phenol. 'Panama, straws, Felts latest out. growers. The price is only $3 of city, promptly.- Givelusyour, ; ; at residence Phone (3 rings) 148

BARCLAY & GROOVER. Full line Just opened at S. jlwhite's. for the entire list postpaid. usines. Phone 55. 1'1"1"1" "


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,. FLO'RfPA'RA1LWAY 'your* coughat|Jut antr: ecaue.la the throat and Live Oak : M'fj1

SCHEDULE.CONNECTS .. does act trouble "fb now don't .
:. WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. BT. ANB A.-C. L. RT. AT LIVE OAK. think that It needs no aUuUon. Whenit

-- has not had much of a start U the
.tgaO DO'" eg.t gaL n.L. ,' ft ..*Manufacturers of -
time to check it. The slightest .
;; s t N..I. .No..i1 '. j A-. a J
No.LMail ... .... -1. .. J Mail Local f'c I.111xadFgt ( cough easily: leads .to Frieomoala, J + 4 ; :
F- ikATlONS.." '.. -; and Dad? Bronchitis'and.fc6nsumptloL: A bOttle Lumber Shingles e Electric
D..s F zpro'a Ex c.pt Lij
) Emilia Dail,. Saada7. of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
Yndas. cure that cough. The price puts it Power and Turpentine.Electric =

-.;-- within reach of. all. Sold by Suwan- .
set"sa asopmL". Li" oak-..... ..-Ar- 10 bo amt 40 p.iO m Co. dw*
s nee Drug Lights in any part of the city furnished
Lv for
Potter 10 so a m Ii It p III
7. a m II 14 p m 11. 8
I _stokley ......_--L.. 102! a m Ii 80 pm Bryan on "The Prince of Peace" I or Business Houses at,a very reasonable rate. Electric

.11.OIl a a ID ID II I !54 WI p p ISI+L"--" r.an 1.8;... 1... 10 20 a m 4 45 pili Those who question the miracle I day and night current-for manufacturing:purposes _

1l1O..4ts.. 1111 r .. 1010 a ID 44O PIE also question the theory of atonement Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have sp (

8 40 s 1ft 411 pIS M.= ..-.-== _.Wilmarth 1.6 ...-...... -.- __.1... 10-00 a ID -420 Pili ; they assert that it does not tion and- all orders promptly filled. -l
L.. WWDart.b- ...-M. accord with their 'Idea of justice for :
.so. '
,. III .u-__.. ._____., ...0A ..W..-_..._ one to die for others. Let each one We will give you good prices oil, low grade aiBri
ao 10 a a m L. ---lArarilla.--.., ;__ bear his own sins and the punishments flooring. Come and get our prices. '

Ari -r---"............WII.-.th.......... ..... .. ....- due for them they say. The M
!! _! 9
,, ,,, .<\1'.
1000. m 410 pm 1. WlJmuth-0.4 -?- ---- 67 a as 4 15 p ID doctrine of vicarious suffering is not

L. .. 6b &U it is old the and a storeroom; a charming garden full with loose flowing i
loll a fa .It pili --SuwamrR.i.--1. a III p. a new one; as as race. >

111 20 a ID 4 lit PIS 1."--'-""'""'"-'Norwood.-. 1_.. as a m I 51 P III14r That. one should suffer for others is one servant and surrounding of great held in at the waist with a ||
., .. .MQ90 s.i ......__1... 0m I &i one of the most familiar of principles refinement Mats are the covering belt. man carried mss jC
to 18 It 40 a a 1ft m 4s !'j --.-- ---. ...... JiQ_ <\1'. pm and we see the principle illus- 01 the floor of course; _pillows the pIstolsn holsters on the %.*
1.6 seats table linen is superfluous where also
; a dagger. The
--Altoa.- ........... ...- trated every day of our lives. Take robes ef
10 a5.115 s a as ea 11. ... .. -Iton...____. ..r.---Ae.. the family for' instance; from the lacquered trays and paper napkinsare and covered with all kinds -

011 a la Ar... .............-......._saU ..... ..__............._..L.. day the first child is born for twenty- used: personal laundry is at its devices cut out of white t10ti
1130sm44.pmL'. ..... 1".1'00-.... ay'. s7am i40 pm five or thirty: years the mother's time minimum where two hot baths a day sewn on the garment, thoq\

U ZO & .. P iii L..--.-- -- !:...1.6 pad(... __ .&1'. i0 a 1ft 125 p1s m is devoted to her offspring. she sacrifices are the custom. The fagots used in of the robes were trimmed.!rttl y

1I'1iS a ..I 4 C pm L.- ......_....Salt Pod -L.. 25 a m II 11 p lit for them, she surrenders herself cooking are not much larger than' aman's One had a ghastly death-\eat:
and fuel for Is
finger cross-bones
s ironing
on his
to .them. Is It because she breast wItt
p. ._._-A kId__ _1... .06alll Zt5pmII ex-
44 a as 610pm 2bi them to pay her back Fortunate unnecessary where clothes are cate little cross-bones scatterji
.... ....1... poets .
: Char -
L .
Z IS stretched his
54 a m 111 pili .! .00. !.IS p. for the parent and fortunate properly upon a frame. robe. The secondRebel" b4

L. K..ne: ----.. --- --1... 163. 120 Perfect privacy is one of the luxu- neatly done la -band
III pm for the
11" a m 5 Z'l 1'm a.o the child if latter has an opportunity

1118 a.. Il5p..L.F __....L.. au am lIeI'm to repay in part the debt ries of this minute menage for a spade pick and headstoaq

1111. m Ii 43 L. __ DeII 2.8 rk-........_L.. 838. m I S5 pmIt's. it owes. But no child can compen- high bamboo fence shuts off the view as the third turned I qv'j
pm of strangers. Each article of the K. in white letters
Ar re8riry--- _...-1... pensate a parent for a parent's care. scros
il0am 1Lep m 1
ID 66opat house Is someof
carefully selected and shoulders.
In the course of nature the debt is man'scovered

paid not to the parent, but to the them are of rare beauty and of a with a long, baa-Ilk,
( as they all whI&
Aa-eaey Station T. f ALBTON. Superintendent next generation.each generation suffering wore
handed on from one generation to well down on the shoulderTtM
: F BUB. G fMrm er AaenU and sacrificing for the one following -
another. No waste takes place. for ceal the beard. It.was b

Nor is this confined to the family. every crumb of the food is preparedis the holes for the eyes and aa

Every step in advance has been made eaten. Flowers are the chief decoration lined with white cloth and U!. a

by those who have been wil and the science of flowers is set with the semblance of pla

AtianticCoastLinefr to sacrifice for posterity. Free- a part of the acomplishments of the whiteteeth.. He had white b w j

of speech freedom of the press, lady of the house. The large room, hIs mask long, coarse, enrt

of conscience and free government with its several mats and its adJustable hair wblch- loked as if It nIg

have all been won for the partitions, becomes at night timethe been made from the brush of

world by those who were willing to sleeping place of the several mom tail, fell over his shoulders.

make sacrifices for their fellows. So bers of the house but during the day had a long flowing whit

wen established is this doctrine that quickly is converted into a spacious which had been made out

we do not regard any one as great peaceful flower-decorated apartment The one who represes

:: FAMOUS TRAINS.New an:es he recognizes how ,unimportcnt the bed clothes being laid away neat Rebel" had a red mask

his life is in comparison with ly on the shelf of the storeroom. death's head a white one

the problems with which he is con characterize delicacy and refinement heavy gauntlet gloves oa ti .

nected. homes of these qualitiesthe and their disguise was a

The seeming paradox: he that sav- homes of the poor who feel no -- --

York and Florida SpecialLeaves eth his life shall lose it and he that poverty-the abodes of those who. Don't Put oa

loseth his life for my sake shall find having little would not complain had -

it. has an application they even less.
wider that that for tomorrow what you

Jacksonville Haily except Sunday usually given to it; it is an epitomeof I day. If you put off bsylaL $

J2:50 p. M., for all points East. Solid history. Those who live only for Doing Business Again of Ballard's Snow Itaislta,
,. .; Pullman.Chicago themselves live title lives but those "When my friends thought I was I that pain come you wot'tbuy

r wLo give themselves for the advancement about to take'leave of this world on a bottle today A pw

of things greater than them account of indigestion nervousness for Rheumatism Bars,

selves find a larger life than the one and general debility" writes A. A.Chisholm. Sprains Contracted Unset, i iS.

surrendered. Wendell Phillips gave Tread well, N Y.. "and Graham, PralrU Grows

and Florida Limited expression to the same idea when he when it looked as if there was no writes: "I wish to toast

said "How prudently most men sink tope left I was persuaded to try the good results I rscets

Daily Solid Vestibule leaving Jacksonville into nameless graves while now andthen Electric Bitters 'and: I rejoice to say Snow Liniment It poritif
9:30 A. M., 'for all points West. immortality.a forget" themselves Into that they are curing me. I am now me of Rheumatism after

doing business again as of old_ failed. Sold by 8 wsstt,
Coach on this train, also. Instead of being an unusual plan and am still gaining dally." Beat Company..
the plan of salvation is in perfect
tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby -
harmony with human nuture ,,'
as e
Barclay & Groover druggists What Makes the hky !
understand it. Sacrifice is the lan-
For rates, Pullman reservations and all other detailed informatiorwrite guage of love and Chist, in suffering i Price, SOc. dw (From the Reader.)

or call on for the world adopted the only Ten Dollar A Week. It is the atBM>.f>hre tilt

means of reaching the heart and the sky look blue and fib
PRANK C. BOYLSTON. Dist. Pass. Agent A. C. L.
Jacksonville. PI aLive this A St. Louis
be man the
can other
demonstrated not only day .low. if we could ascead WI
by theory but by experience for the asked a newspaper reporter if a man' ration of fifty Biles abort ta i 1

i story of His life. His teachings. His ought to get; married on $10 a week surface 'We should see that

sufferings and His death has been which was the sum be was earning is a brilliant white. wbito

Oak Perry & Gulf translated into every language and The reporter put his name in the would be Mack. with r.t'

everywhere it has touched the heart. paper with a repetition of the ques Ing as brightly IB tie cIA>t

But if I were going to present an tion for public consideration. In two night. Furthersnore u a
Company. argument in favor of th$ divinity of days the man received eighteenvoluntary lureeque feature of .t ; s

r Christ, I would 'not begin with mir- offers from Beautiful should '
acles or theory Of Young Things to share
atonement. I his lot and stars arti red tht'n'Iy..
would begin's Carnegie Simpson his $10 a week. From the dozen anda violet aoU still others .reM

\taU aDd P... P.-pl' FTL and PUB MaD aDd Paa. Frt..and PaA Paasenge begins in his book entitled. "The half he selected one and led her Of course;J af of the stars ,i5
STATIONS r Fact of Christ. Commencing with to the altar. As the minister
i t No. I No. 15Noa:: -- Na 2. No. .. IJ the fact that in the midst of was the planets A{ our o.a b
S Christ lived he the
Dai17 points the
Sunda7 Only Dall. .... SUII Daih rait.rx Ron' Sun. On" burning MM sad the kites
A IlL P. K. P.W. P. M. out that one cannot contemplat this bridgegroom interrupted him.'alt
A. II A. M depend their
Leave upon te.'ra
Lear' 1.... "
Arrive undisputed a minute he
SUO Am. Arriv fact without feeling that said "and let "
us ,
1.65 I to ._ U.. Oak__ 4 ao I.511 pray
8 IS 3.08 I S4Koch Sink_ 418 9.U in some way this fact is Then falling upon his knees
9.Is 11.28 related to he fervently
1 18 -
{ 1.13 I 00 "._.Starr._..._ 412 '
11.2 r Free
I : ri 11T 307 Meroer.-... 9.1-i; 9.24 those now lUJng As he studies the besought heaven to shower Tract
i Yl i lb = Ptatt..__ :ge. 9. ;; Fpr theN I
884 I.ao 880 Latel' as 9.13: 8.1: character of Christ he becomes conS upon his manage the blessings of who want to

1 (.=: ; s 4 a t: $.: t:: : :: Do..linw-- Park. L 348 I LvAr 11.110 t: Lv 8.900 scious of certain virtues which stand happiness and a numerous progeny for thea .*tM. fa, (0'1.

i roe ......._._.......... 415 Chancy ..... Ar s 333 89 _...._ _- out in bold relief.-W. J. Bryan. The prayer over the Butler, or riag bin o ",
8 5Y ................... no. ..... 8.18 ceremony' was
4 Ii Belt....._ This i ir
4 ST .._ ... S M I 8-14: :::=::: -- concluded. But doesn't the U a good w av Iti..J .s-
s A.I'o .Junct Oll I 24 i 8'12 .......... man
W .. ............... .. 2. I Pittfn by a Spider. want, a lot for his 110SavaDDabIornlng the> ffeeei Adrec ,', ,,r.
L. 4 40 r.ub _. .
; 1 os .................. 4 44 ..,_ : :\ News. troth (Bible) or (0, rU.k
1fi j A 7.50
.-. .. 4 b2 : : iS 441 ; = .. Trroigh blood poisoning caused
S 72 .... -
I 28! .. .. ........ 3 21 09 tY6 by a spider bite. John Washington '
93d .._. 2 n US :.= .. A Card l'I&ult'From
f Bo
:: Ig p ::=:= Ar. I O "enbOlka"1 .I'i :; .... .. .) quevl1le. Tex., would have lost

\ 10 li ..,...-....._.1!..__. __. 1... Z 95 i fTt. ........_ ..:::..::_:: is leg. which became a mass of This is to certify that all druggists ( TlM LoadoaTwas T>*

....... ..-.. running sores had be not been persuaded are authorized to refund jour money a gloriou ct t.iI'< "'
to t ry Bucklen's Arnica if Foley's Honey and Tar falls lovers .
IAYG and to Mt HHNI (be. <<.IJ.
ALTON Salve. He writes: "The first cure your cough or cold. It
WET ROJT'lf'. application stops <** 5 flowing al
EAST BnUND. i relieved and the cough heals the .
four boxes lungs and pre with a MlmMn an ) ..
P.-- Prt. & ?.... .. and P- eased 1 all the sores" Heals vents serious results from
STATIONS.Ft and Pans Frt. and Pu ._.. every a cold I was alBMMK appallt'
Sunday No. i.Only (laity No...:7 s.... Il.I1y No.'t.9 San Dail'les loo i No. It I Jio. 6 core. 25c at Barclay & Groover Cures la grippe coughs, and present looking a| the at a ..,...
Dai17 s Sun. SUnday. Only druggists. pneumonia and
P. K. A. K. P.IoI. A. ... -P i '--A. II:'.. dw* consumption. Con turn**} to his girl a' 1Mr iii..
L.are Leave Leave tains
1.50 110 '.:t1 DoWline Park I Am 8.10. Arrive I Am".. no opiates. The genuine is In dartta*. I (',
UI3 1.18 ... M.7o JaAetioa 'US 1.30 I.N Fronomy that Itoes Not Grind. a yellow package Refuse
substitu what
4lb 11.23 4053 3.20 -sa you eaD see I nso ) ," '_ to
Clark 1.47 tes.
4ZS 1.38 1.118 3.11 I 8.Y5 Pharmacy. "
P. 1.31 (From the dw
. erson 100ayo Reader.)
4.87 10.00 a 6.30 M 7.20 I.I1!
AI' 441 I IAI' 10'e ,AI' 1.40 I Alto. L. 'UO I. 8.01 8be r*pK.dTA 4' 3 ..
ILe It is
P. H. M P. Id. 2.1. L. 8.01) estimated that a professional How the Heal Ku-Klm Looked
A. W.
P. H. AM&asnlar body says"
atop. Coaaeetioa trade at Towline Park man in Japan can live with hla wife (From the
for aD
ttaina Metropolitan
Far iafOl'Zloboo u tG connection: with ..0.4tws 'pboaa ay' tall to_aid General from U.P Oak._sad Pem in comfort on the sum of f%50. This Magazine.) The a UMK e was gFOIEYSHONEF; .f
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| plaints, when Herbine will cure you. I II I 11111 I f I 'II IIi! Ii; i ;;1I11J1 II I IIIIil'!' I I I I I jt il
XCommissionCo. i F. C. Waite, Westville. Fla., writes: H
Live Oak Brokerage '
"I was sick for a month with chills'I NOTICE i
and fever, and ,
I I after taking two bottles I
of Herbine am well and heal-
{ To Contractors and Prospective Builders: 5
I I thy. Sold by Sun anne Drug Com- j;

"FlourSiDTfliU Cigars :I pany. j j" dw THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. !I j

Comet, Oblisk Anita Fernandei Commission Hearing. r i
.1 Washington, April 4.=The Inter- will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand ;

I state Commerce Commision la hearing Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. I <
When eat good br such as these brands I today counsel for E. H. Harriman as
you to his answering certain questions | OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. jj \

bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL I which he did not answer at the ses- F

make, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this sion mission at which has talked he appeared.ot. asking The com-the The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. i i iI

court to compel Mr. Harriman to
I I I Itllll!! I :: 1vmrv1: "umm :unn I
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brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like anew answer those questions. The counselare .;,
also submitting additional testi-
an. mony and presenting arguments regarding i
the contention that the I
Union Pacific Railway and the Southern -i C. E. Humphreys
Railway are parallel and com-
[Chewing Gum Coffee peting lines. The commission will
also bring on any additional points
Taffy Tola Globe, Impend&CommisSton they see fit.

Proprietor '
W. T. McCullers and John W.
Hawkins visited Suwannee Springs Florida Novelty orks
live Oak Brokerage Co. yesterday. I i
See me before building your house. Everybody

tt2rop.m! else dees. :

A j I tight Residence and office, Phone 188. I

FATHER'S / : f I In Your Laundry Workwe I 'j

DUTY I City of Live Oak, Suwannee County.
J. F. WEBBPAPER Florida, to be held on. the first Tues
to bis family U to keep Mm. O
.s1I'wilt ana tronr. H* 1 HANGER and DECORATOR day in May A. D. 1907, at the
can t bi wen and tronr U K
Council Chamber and in
ti .klOays. are out ol ord r. manner and
Do your back ache? BAT Will be glad to furnish estimates form as prescribed by law the fol-
you pain* in the kldn.
y7 SWti
Is your urine on work, and will guarantee satisfaction lowing
scanty and 'W municipal officers of said
bigUy s colored? Tn dia.a.s.... are .. j at best prices. Reference: S. City are to be voted for and elect,
Get zs D ki4nn 4 A. Hinely, Live Oak. Call at Demo to-wit: A Mayor, a Clerk, Treasurerand
'3 '. I
OB. K'GR'S B4.CSACHZAHD r crat office. Assessor, filled by same person;

SIDNEY CUBE. c. \V. \VILSON.T' a Tax Collector; a Marshal and
.ar.al.. and rUbl* S. Sanitary Inspector, filled by same per-
w eur* say U it set docen't do what e er' /\ son; and an Alderman from Ward '
your LvO
money R.
back. gtop this torrtbl dU [ .K No. 1; an Alderman from Ward No. :
Jut 7our..tt 11ateY1 I
? on the -
road to health to-day by buy. 2; an Alderman from Ward No. 3;
tnr a bottlo at your druK Tailoring done at Rubenstein's Guar-II
CUV* 30o and ll a bottli. ti'r=+. '' feel sure we can give you the antee store. PromptserTice-satisfac- an Alderman from Ward No. 4;
greatest satisfaction. There is an tion guaranteed. an Alderman from Ward No. 5; an
added stiffness and a glorious gloss Alderman from the City at Large;
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. put upon our work that enhances the CITY BARBERSHOP.- also one Bond Trustee, to fill ex- :I
pppearance and lengthens the life of pired term of C. A. Hardee,
We bare opened up a barber shop man from Wards Xos. 3 and
Much Damage at Savannah. or totally killed. The trucking industry our linen. Bring your Shirts Col- Alder'I'I
Savannah, is an important one around lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, White and OB Ohio avenue In the White build- fill unexpired term, caused
Ga. April 5.-Reports ing, and solicit the patronage of the moval from Wards and resignation
Ties, etc. to
Savannah, and the blow to the farm- Fancy Vests Wash our f I 1!
p>m the farms in this vicinity are era is a serious one. I aundry. and you will have them white people. Shop is newly fitted| of Incumbent ti
at great damage was done by the quickly and careful done in a satisfactory up. and everything kept neat and! Given under my band and seal _j:
.ld- Almost all of the crops that Why manner at a satisfactory clean. i the %1st. day of March, A. D. 1907. :
Mi appeared above ground have been price.. (Seal) M. E. BROOME :
have a tortid liver when Herbine, the 1
lted.- McQueen & Griffin. ,
Replanting will be necessaryr Mayor City of Live Oak;
only liver reguator will help you? .
torn, melons and cantaloupe --- Suwannee County, Florida. ..
|ruck. too. was'sadly damaged peas There is no reason why you should Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. j Attest: i'
suffer ,
from Dyspepsia Constipation '
Notice is
ns and potatoes being partially hereby given that at the S. P. MAYS Clerk,
Chills and Fever or any liver corn 139., next General City Election of the! Live Oak, Florida.

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LEGISLATURE AT WORK. Roddenberry, Taylor Peaden. PettJ- DEMOCRATIC XOMINH9B. Theth Ladlea"' Ba

_ THAW IS DECLARED SANE. grew & SiDe pair of tahy

(Continued from page one.) Public Buildings-Mr. Wells of Results. of City Democrats. Primary, Siren to ererr baL y

k (Continued from page one.) for special counsel for the Leon chairman; Messre Bradshaw. ; Election.. Oak between. April: bt..,
"In the frequent and In some cases providing 1 1908. The
Crawford Wilson of Lee, Geiger offer 1j--
tlurtnfc the sereral-months! ,last Railroad The City Democratic Committeemet liberal
dally Thompson ,Knight of Columbia. as well as wawue
has the tendency, .
since 188*. ,
<> and the returns
defendant af er canvassing
t past Intercourse beld by,the- Mr. Dur- highly
indulge In the luxury or committee Mining and Phosphate- ..nCollector7J. -?,= alJPnc1atet
with tlie'Tombs prison: physicians, to *'gardTesSf been Q. mnch In I rance,' of Folk Chairman! ;: Knight.of of theyi 1L : -
chaplains, keepers, other.attendants1and Wlnis"T Lery.'Hwk- da1t e r- ? :.
k the probation *>1ftcer.:-&he.e persons evidence, "and- SenatorjltampeH} .qjtrns. .Doke.. &. ', ;1.1r ; "' ;; = -***,,* -" iC..
On 3thlsdlrect tJot.While -.r .s at4RrUi: nple j"n
IrraUonal urged economy) : il o..e' frequently ] _
tailed t6 discover ; 'Vlllls'
Senator Crews advocated amore Uufinished: rinsIness=Mr.: : ,: :s.f t, 1 ttanorr b ,;
aY w.
eh.Thaw's l .
In his conduct on *pe ) c
; liberal policy and It arejed., :, of Le'yy;"cWrmanV "'Meesrs TayIo..1WnUamSltW1 .' i\ Klnkaid ,. formation caiLeitnin mfH .

Actlrltr. <\. '. a l -I Marshal W, H.,Lyle._ wrott I
The defendant. taken an attire HOUSE cmOIITTEES. _, .. Wai-d, ,No. I-si J.Wh1te or that TOvlmp ari,4aftns
of the trial has --- Census and Appropriations-Mr.Wartmann -, is against th
part In the conduct ; f" : ', ;* t"nJW
In Mathews Names' the Standing of Marion;chairman, Mesarp tl -p ier office -
orally Speaker : and
made numerous<< suggestions : Alderman Ward,.,No. ( 2.-J. our ft1e 4a
court and by letter 'as'to' the telec* 'Committees of the House ., : McKenzie "Reese. PeeplesFarris -, Barclay. ." Irons will pleas b *! 1bS '-

Lion of.Jur9rs?nd the examination of 'T Tallahasee, April 5.-Speaker Abenethy, Ogllvie. .Wells' ,' Our*; Alderman:.!Yard-' N.W, E. and not annoy,us wits a j
witnesses Many or'th s suggest Matthews yesterday-appointed' the rance. ',1 i Wood. r'? .- always stand ready to eonr**!.

lions deemed valuable and Agriculture-Mr. Knight of Columbia : or ml ta.t in en ,__n.f
were committees ot-the 4D
folowing standing Alderman, Ward. No, J. J-
; and ; chairman, .Mer rs Crawford. % .
adopted his'counsel ex- ,
were by of 1907. ; aTheTl
house of representatives Bardin... I
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Richbourg, Register, .ttoddenberry.Geiger. ;I; ;; -,
amination of the -letters h referred to
Judiciary: Mr. McWllliams, of
Alderman. Ward, o.1"- J. >pea editor ia
.- Peaden Johnson ,,.
the .
shows that generally suggestions '
Johns Messrs Carter. '
St. chairman; Franklin Hl1lma;. friend JBajor Butler, w.
of fa
Fisheries-Mr. Griggs, .
contained in them were Knowles, Calkins. Clarke. Farris Alderman .at Large-T. S. Anderson. editor of the Uve Oak .
chairman; e8sr.'Decker. Park- Deli
sensible and apparently the product .
Reese, Rowe; Malone. crat but who
,>Ras With ,
inson Long Wilson o(; Lee the
Baggett. ,
: of mind. While the testimonyof
a. sane and Taxation-Mr. Wilson ,
Finance fora"'cO
:Member Board of.Bond Trustee*- year : '-oft jifa-+
Hartsfleld, Jones,'Lassiter.,
numerous experts called by the I
of Hernando, chairman; Messrs Indian'AffairsMr. of C. A. Hardee,, Ing: 25.000 names and -
Olmstead I
district attorney and the defendant'scounsel Griggs Kilgore, Dorman, Knight, of I ,
I Memperi CittDemocrauc Executlve Florid ,white ctU
is irreconcilable, ,that, ,given : Smith, Snell, Decker.Kirk- St. Lucie chairman Messrs Watson, :1 eD'Qltl1
Columbia Committee-:S.VS. Hlnely.. H.: 'talnry'the mast '
since the appointment of the commission Wilson. of Lee;Jones Donegan. '
land. : HaIr S. B. Conner: H. J. Heath.and kind ever published
and who,oi all the.,alienists '! State Tensions-Mr, McCleUan, of .. in
Nat1gatlon-s-M1-. j i
Commerce and Geo. E.T Porter. $fce most accurate. Ye'
Suwannee cbairman Messrs McKen t'I
examined had the greatest, opportunity ;
Calkins\ of chairman Messrs '
assau ; $knowledge
of:observation disclosed, the zie, Bradshaw, Paul, Peeples Avant own feom 4#ttlag
Harvell Knowles,
fact that no Indication of insanity at Melton. Morrison.;Reese, 'DuP nL Morrison, Thompson! Hartsfleld.; .:'fitCU' OCf''X": MKhTILNG.Mothers' :: I I work which and Major we Butler hag pat ,

the present time could be found Intbe'speeeh'oonduct Constitutional''Amendmei ts--Mr.: Temperance.-Mr. Faulkner of -" mostheartl1

physical condition Taylor, chairman Messrs Snell...Mcr lit 'to all those who are ..
or ; Club Invited. I i
Clarke, of Jefferson, chairman Mes- ., I the and
of, the 'defendant.. Clellan, Dudley, Wilson of Lee,Crawford 'i" 5'"YreVoman'sC1ub" I names
Paul, Knowles, Faulkner, '
srs Reese, extends a most I i Politidans nd
"The' direct oral and physical examination ; "KHgore, Melton. Pettigrew. I
Rowe. Doke Wilson, of Calhoun Pit ''
; ; cordial to the Mothers .I (add.ressea.i'i
t invitation s iajl
,, Journal-Mr. of Brad- ,
of the defendant by the Peeples, I
tigrew Club b with them at their order hons! V
..,to present |
commissioners themselves disclosedno Ra'Uroad. ford, chalrroanj Messrs McCutchen, j
and Mr i I
;; Telegraphs- meeting on April'6th at j valuablefor
insanity In the defendant at the Taylor, Peaden, Williams, Johnson, reciprocity tba jeasoa tt
Dorman, of Suwannee, chairman; three o'clock, at the. dome of(< Airs. i Is comprised;of'post OfIlces of
present time. : Upon all of the facts Lassiter. ;
:Messrs Kilgore, Carter, Snell, Knightof : J. T ,Carroll There important 'cities those
: ,are some large places
It Is our opinion that at the time of Forestry-Mr. Crawford of Orange ; ,, :

I. of examination the said Harry K. Citrus Peeples, Harvell, Rowe., Matthews Marion chairman; Messrs>IillinorMor subjects to be discussed'antf; Inated. The Major has J,JIi..,

Thaw was, and Is sane, and was not ; and Elections Mr. rison, DuPont. Donegan, Durrance, reciprocity: work In general taken up., [r mistake however, he has hit

and is not. in,&.state, of; idiocy,, ,imbecility Watson Privileges, of Dade, chairman; :\-Iesrslatlle'Ws Kirkland, Lassiter, Long MRS.. O WILLIAMS, I|pric ,at three= dollars, wik j

lunacy or insanity so as. to of Marion, Russell. Brad Game=Mr Geiger, Lafayette, Cor.; Secretary: [ half enough.Suplternl1e TraniPU.BEWH1TE ;: |

,: be incapable of rightly understanding shave, Geiger, Lassiter Donegan, chairman; Messrs Watson, Wilson, --- Si
j his own condition, the nature of of Lee Thompson, DuPont, Willis -111
I' Richburg, ,AbernethY.City I 4 111II 11 HI 4 11 i 111 I i M i I IIIII.I 1111111111 M11>K
the charges against him and. of con- and County Organization-Mr cf Levy, Roddenberry, Baggett, Don.
ducting his defense, ; a rational
Melton, of Duvai, chairman 'MeSsrs egan. t
Parkinson :McCutchen, Dudley, Watson :
'The minutes of the, proceedings, ,, Hooker, Morrison, Decker, Paul. SUIT AGAINST TnIEs.r IOX. SKATE

11 had before us and the documents re- Miscellaneous Legislation- MrKnowles ,
ceived in evidence are herewith submitted { ,
Governor Droward Has Suit
of Monroe chairman; Mes '

srs McCutchen: Olmstead, Baggett, I Against Th<' Florida PublishingCo. AT AUDITORIUM '-
"Dated at New York. N. Y.. this TimestalonFor
Register ( .
Peaden: Willis, of Levy .
fourth day of April. 1907 Richbourg McClellan.AppropriationsMr.. I "..J..$.'>OOOO. .
(Signed) "DAVID McCLURE 1 *>I. ,
Harvell, of i Friday Night April 5th 1901
"PETER B OLNEY, : )Tallahassee: *. Aprilt! 4:-Governor ,

"LEO POLD I.UTZEL." Santa Rosa, chairman; Messrs 'Car- Broward. bas,., through" his attorney, !
ter, Wilson of'Hernando, Wells Du' iUiam! ,C*.,.Hodges{ filed.In the -office i, .Two_ prizes will be awarded as followsdc

Will Appeal Case. Pont K11gore.' Knight,' of Columbia, of the clerk of the Circuit Court herea > > *

,;.Th'he latest issue raised in connec- Cobb, Ogilvie. libel suitor"'$5 /060 'against the \ ', 1 to the Gentleman wearing"the'

tion with the trial of Harry K. Thaw Education-Mr, Dudley, of Hills- Florida Publishing Company or in i

f will be carried before the! appellate borough, chairman; Messrs Watt- other words/ lnst'the Times-Union. priate White Costume. 'mostap1!

division of the supreme court Afteran man Griggs, Doke, Knight of Cit- The following is a synopsis of -the One to the the
Lady most
examination of authorities and a rus, Watson, Neel, Avant Willis of declaration wearing

study of the facts involved, that con- Levy The 'Declaration.o White Costume.
tinued from the hour that court ad- State Institutions-. Mr Russell of ( I'

journed today District Attorney Je- Doke Putnam Wells, chairman; Messrs Smith, April The 4.q.rs.rf.pnalieges 1 0.6,/the defendant that malic-on | No one allowed on the' floor before 9' o'c!
rome late tonight determined to ask MacWilliams t
the higher court to review the actionof Clarke Williams Peaden. iously .published an article from the \ except those wearing white costumes t
Militia and State Floridian, reflecting on the plaintiff;
Judge Fitzgerald who refused to Troops-Mr Ab-
ernethy of The second count alleges that the General skating after 9 o'clock.
give the prosecutor access to the Orange, chairman; Messrs .:J
defendant published on March 27,
Parkinson, McWIlliams
minutes of the lunacy commission Calkins I
' that earlier in the day tad Declared Decker, Farris, Jones, Dorman Malone 1906. an article from the Tampa | Admission lOc. Skates to every
Tribune. calculated to injure the

prescribed by the courts for his ex- Corporations-Mr. Matthews of plaintiff _. ,
Tie third count is to the effect that ---- --
Marion, chairman Messrs ---.i
amination. Adjournment had been ; Register
taken until Monday to allow Mr. Long, McCutchen, Reese Rowe. Paul. on March 29, 1906, the, defendant CARDS.C. L E. RoUUOll. .",

Keel, Bradshaw falsely and maliciously spoke and OBERSON &
Jerome to decide whether he would 3. ;3&OWN p. K.T>.MAM H P SMAt
a Public Health-Mr. published of tie plaitiff as a man
1 challenge the validity of today's proceedings of t
Mr Jerome will, it is ex- Lake, chairman; Messrs Abenethey, chars cteristicall) defiant of law etc gROWN & THOMA30N. -
Fourth count. "That the defendant 1 ATTORNEYS -: AT -
WIllis -
Gadsden. Malone, Calkins
pected, make his formal ,motion before ,
1 a member of the appellate bench Mellon, Baggett. falsely and maliciously spoke Will do general practice b ;:

tomorrow or Saturday. Should he Canals and Drainage--Mr. Done- and published of the plaintiff on PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Federal Courts I

fail, the trial probably will be con- gan of Osceola, chairman; Messrs April 4. 1906, ROOM*t _D' UP-SUIUL 1.n'Ifli
Fifth count: "That the defendant UVE OAK : : : FLOK1DA
tinued Monday If, on the other hand, Watson, Parkinson, Bradshaw, Olm- 'I sole Ito 1.. It I
stead, Wilson, of Lee. Hooker, McKenzie in April I, 1906 falsely publishedof LIVE OAK. QII(
higher court entertains his ap- the plaintiff the following: DR. J. W. WEST -- .. .
peal, a stay of the trial until the Malone
court reaches a decision will be egislative Expenses-Mr. Paul of "Xot even a Governor may set the Physician and Surgeon. OLEy ltO.d A JI

r secured, This will mean an indefinite Holmes chairman; Messrs Knight of law at defiance, though a filibuster I Office I: 001". c...... ..,.. .... '
ma>." : : Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue ..
r delay in the: trial of the original issue Citrus; Wilson of Hernando. Clarke.
Sixth count On March 18, 1906 I Residency at Ethel Hotel.
Melton. Abenethy, Cobb,
Should the higher court find the Richbourg,
i 'trial Judge in error the district Ot- Hartsfield the defendant republished (rpm, the Phon.r-Of5c., );o, 16S.No. CLINTON M

r torney would require considerable Engrossed Bills-Mr. Knight of Jasper News a criticism of tbe plaintiff's Beale.," .. S3 r !... |
course. DnI. Slur (Btrck*A Crwvw N. 1C
r time to examine the minutes of the Citrus, chairman; Messrs "Wartmann. --- --..

( lunacy commission before he wouldbe McKenzie, Peeples, Willis of Levy, Seventh count: That the defendant E. BUOOME,
trial. Cobb'Decker. on October 4. 1906, published a M. 11
prepared to resume the ; -
Enrolled Bills-Mr. Kirkland of cartoon, representing the plaintiff in

The Price of Health. Lake, chairman; Messrs Faulkner the guise of a rob &'. demanding ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Wholesale andltailDealersin
Durrauce Dorni n. Johnson Willisof from a child her school funds, etc. '
"The price of 1 health in malarious UYB OAK. : rLOKIDA.WU1 .
a .Gadsden, Lassiter. : ; r Eight TOMntt That..the.,defendant. -
.I district is just 25 cents; the cost of Claims-:Mr. Kilgore' Sumter. November 3. 190, published a i.i.tt..ti.iiractic.to til UM c uru..(th.But .....
te c-
gwen !
; 'E a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," 51e ... -- (MIIect_
i chairman; Messrs Matthews of Mar)- cartoon of the plaintiff, representing .Mete All Oow prwaptJ ettaed'.
t writes Ella Slayton.. of Noland, Ark.' ,
I him as thief, the
on Peeples, Peaden, DuPont Ogll a drilling lock of \InAu PUM4Q 8TATB
?New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart t1: 'State etc. .
vie, Dudley Kirkland Neel. treasury
new life: 'and vigor to the sj'j- Organized Labor Mr. McKenzie i .< L.tI.. DIXON, da and West*

; tem. 25c: Satisfaction guaranteedct .CS\N ,
f piiANcifeCo iioiuum.Tfernty .
) Putnam chairman Messrs Reese I
ct Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw.r
-, ', '" Farris.. Snell. Milliner, Hartsfield. DENTIST.
r ', Griggs, Taylor Morrison :I Men Are plagued to Death Ina -

j t i hLA\:V\MuK COUNTVb CLAIM Rules--Mr. Farris of Dmal chair U tt'l. OavopoNTiw : CROWN : AND : 8al ;kWou MEATPhone

man; Messrs Watson. Wartmann, San Francisco April 4,-Twent> _. : SrECIALT1.
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lt>r .$f=:5.00 .Armory Rent Hue Is -- -
Clarke Knowles. Rowe, Dorman pen were burned to death and twenty !
Reasonable.: T. J.
J Wilson of Hernando MacWIUiams.) "eriou l> injured In 'a fire which LYLE

Tallahassee April 5.-In the report Public Roads and 1IIgh 'ays-lr. destroyed'the Italian hotel in the Practical 24

o ; of the Commisloners to rceeiv Parkinson of VolusU. chairman; Petro district last night. The Injuredwere WATCHMAKER

;. and consider claims relative to Armory Messrs Farris MiUlnor, Olmstead of the laboring class and were AND JEWELER

rent, the claim of Suwannee Wills, of Gadsden, Baggett. DuP9 t, asleep in their rooms when the fire S5 year's experienceGood Promdt deanywheie

county for. 1275.00 was among the Thompson, Avant. I I .t rte f, 'J Before' they could: be stock of Watches always) oo hand

list as"reported reasonable Public Printing-.:--Mr,,. W son ..of aroused the' flames had ,spread i'

;Tfca retort Is signed by A C: Calhoun chairman. Messrs Williams, through the building The wall fell' DUCATISNY in

-ll 3 + ""room, comptroller; V.H.. Ellis, McKenzie Taylor Ogilvie. and the Inmates were buried I>} the E .

attorney general. and J. Clifford R.' Public.Lands-Mr. Long of Clay ruins, twenty being taken out dead .
t '.... ... M 0.-- ;::t. ,
Foster adjutant general. chairman Messrs Millinor, Geiger and dying.
: o... s..a.. :=:L 1 sacs a.a: : City.m .

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