Live Oak daily Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00045
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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 6, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00045
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More of Persons Killed and
? or The Senate..Will'Be Officially Informed -
i Number InjurcdThreeHandred '
of His
lisle Path of MondayImportaarafeasnres -
Before the
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Orleans, April 5.-A score ofons
were killed today by a torn- ..:.:. Tallahassee April 5.-The session

which swept over 300 miles -',! .\ ol the Senate and House of Representatives -
portions of Louisiana, Missis- : .::\ today were both very brief, _
comparatively speaking, the Senate
Parts of four
pi and Alabama.
as were devasted with damage ; adjourning shortly after eleven
o'clock until three o'clock Monday
eedlng $500,000. The wind da-
'il afternoon, and the House at 12:30 t
ged property, crops and telegraph
throughout its course. till, 10 a. m., the same day. 1
es In the Senate two bile of special
tornado began at Alexandria,
interest to ,Pensacola were passed f
soon after 1 o'clock this morn-
under suspension of rules in the
killing four persons, probably
Senate the amendment to the city ,
idly injuring three and seriously
charter providing for th election of
ring thirteen others. Soon after
city officials now appointed by the
light it neared the Mississippi
council which passed the House yesterday -
>r, killed five persons at Jackson ;
and a bill by Senator Beard, '
while at Bayou Sara, La., at
authorizing the city to loan its money.
st halt" dozen others were report-
An amendment to the first bill, of-
killed There was one fatal in-
fered by Senator Beard, exceptingthe E

y at Jackson. city engineer and clerk from the
'be tornado next appeared at Car- .
r appointive officers, was accepted, and
Hiss., where great property da- -Lr'
concurred in by the House on motion
done, and disappeared
ge was ,<> of Mr. Reese, of Escambla. who was
mt noon near Selma. Ala., where
the author of the bilL
inhabitants saw whirling clouds! w
In the House, a large number of
> into the air as they crossed the
committee clerks were provided for
T* A negro was reported killedr Naughton in Oulutt Tribunes several
Selma. I and resolutions providing for

::1 Joint committees to visit and report

The, Dead. Details are slow, as many wires SENATOR JAS. R.'NEWLAN'DEAD. The pall bearers were Masons, upon the various state institutions

.t Alexandria:' are down. and: .were: Capt. W. J. Hlllman W,I were up on second reading. Mr.
The death list from the day's tornado Died at His House at Rock Sink Yesterday K. Dorman ,
>mer Beck Matthew Dunn, both Henry Ellison W. W.. f Knight of Citrus withdrew his resolution

te and Ora Dudley and Lydia will reach twenty and the In- at 12:38.o'clock.' -Burial Harold Capt.. Warner and Gus Ross. for a Joint committee of

ding both negroes. jured number fifty, in Louisiana Took PlaceToday.. Undertaker Potsdamer had charge of, three to investigate the Internal Im _

t .Jmektoa. Mary Lee and three alone acording to reports late to- Live Oak and Suwannee county the funeral. I proT'UlenFund., and on motion of

ale inmates of the Insane asylum night. were shocked yesterday when the The Democrat and all Suwannee I Mr. Wilson, of Hernando theJBouae

two negroes.i A. remarkable report comes from news, was,.announced that Senator J. county extend sympathy to the bereaved unanimously tabled Senate concur-

Bayou-Sara, several negroes the state Insane Asylum at Jackson, R. Newlan was dead .W bite his ones,In their great loss. rent resolution No. 1, by SenatorBeardprovldtns

t Leliciaana Parrish:: ,' 'L :; :Mss: La.,;.where nearly all the patients death was not wholly nnexpected. for-a:jointoommit.ri :

jr. Collins, dead: C.,$. Collins; leg were left without, shelter* twenty of the shock was bone the less felt, for ALLEGED: FLORIDA PEONAGE;: tee of seven to tnsPect the same fund -

them seriously injured. Several cases j he was a True and tried citizen, :a I 14 and the matter now awaits the return .

of chronic hysteria are reported to )Il"t. Arrests Are Made In New'York ....-
tndria, a town of about,11,000' loyal friend, and an- honored and to the House of house concurrent -

ablUnU, had a fearful experience. have been shocked into what their devoted husband and father. Oq Conspiracy Charge. Resolution No. '1*by Mr: Carter,

en the tornado struck, the electric physicians declare may prove per- Jas. R. Newlan was born in Chester -1 I New York, April 5.-Following an with the Senate amendments.

ti went out the cracking of fall- manent recovery.Authentic S. c., May 27. 1848, -and spent investigation by United States Secret Several of the members asked ,to

buildings could be heard above reports from Bayou Sara his boyhood days there. lie movedto Service Agent Mike Tandlsch, a'i be excused from attendance for several

[noise of the wind and vivid light- place the number of dead in that Florida in 1861. and has lived in restaurant proprietor and Stanley days and a resolution was passed -

flashes showed such sights as vicinity at one white" woman, Mrs.CharleL Suwannee county_ ever since. He Bagg a private detective, were arraigned -' excusing the pages from attend-

I empty Iron Mountain passengern Collins, and three negroes. engaged in the farming business, and by United States Commission ance upon all Sundays during the .

rolling over and over. A heavy Devastation Alabama.. was always: very ruccessful, having Shields today and held in$5,000 session.Mr. .

storm added to the general dis- made quite a snug income, and being bail each, for further examination Matthews, of Marion, introduced -
Montgomery, Aid, April 5.-
JUnre. The main portion of conservative man, has left the Tuesday They were charged with a resolution to amend the con-
Specials from various parts of Alabama -
candrla escaped the ,worst of the tell of death! and destructionfrom fruits of his labors behind. I conspiracy in connection with peonage stitution by abolishing the office of

ado which cut 'a path through the cyclone which swept He was a devout member of the cases, and with atempting to county treasurer and assigning the

northern portion of the town, a Baptist church, a true Christian mana bride gOYernment-officers duties of this office to the tax collec-
through the southern and western
ence quarter loving kind and gentle husbandand The charges grew out of the re- tor. It was referred to the committee -
portions of the state today.
bout a score of homes were de father, a friend to the needy, a cent federal grand jury Investigation on constitutional amendments.
At Bradleyton, the home of Hugh
shed, 50 were damaged and al- man whose purse and heart were al- which have thus far resulted in the During the first four days of the
Farrier prominent planter, was
flier 100 buildings were wrecked, ways open to those who would seek indictment and arrest of half a session 83 bills were introduced in

ding several business houses. A blown down, instantly killing Mr. him for succor, and his friends are I dozen men charged with peonage, inducing tbe Senate, and 37 in the House.
Farrier and his six-}ear-old son and
k: of the wind drove a small'sec- number by legions. I laboring men to go to the Senator Newlan Dead.
Injuring Mrs. Farrier. '
of a house into Mr. Newlan enlisted in the Civil turpentine and lumber in
an empty pas- The storm tore up the tracks of the camps News reached the capital of the
er coach, ;wedging these two war in 1863 as a drummer boy, but Florida, where, it is claimed, they
Atlantic Coast Line from Petrey to Suwan-
es almost Inextricably together.he later shouldered his musket and were reduced to a condition of prac- 'I
Patsburg a distance of several miles.
moods about the town the Probably loss of life is reported fought with credit and honor for his tical slavery. It is alleged that the noon at 1 o'clock. The expressionsof

ado cut down trees for about country until 1865. defendants sought to bribe Julius regret of his former colleaguesand
from North Perrico, where on the
mileb. Several houses were He also was a member of the leg- Kron, a special employe of the de- friends were very marked. It
plantation of J. C. Moore, a bankerof
down at PIneville and in-I islature in 1887. serving one term, partment of Justice, to divulge the is expected the Senate will'at its first
Marion, a row of houses was blown
were reported. The'haii, did and returning again in 1891, served names of persons who had appearedas meting Monday afternoon take proper
down. During a storm this after-
h damage to crops.t i noon lightning struck the Jail at Sel- another. He was elected Senator witnesses before the federal grand action in respect to his memory.It .

Jackson, La., the insane asylum from Suwannee county in 1904, by jury. Kron notified counsel for the is understood the governor has
ma, knocked down a part of the wallof
wrecked with a loss of about an overwhelming majority, but death, government and today met the de- not, as yet, determined upon the
the prison and terrifying the pri-
>,000. In addition to three fe- the grim reaper has left his chair fendants and the arrests were made. question of calling a special ,electionto
inmates many others were in- vacant. j fill the vacancy and will not In-
Pensacola Fla.,
from ,
d. Two negroes were killed on He was a Mason, true and loyal, j t ARKANSAS YOUTH NOT HIS SON. vestigate the question until tomorrow -
the wind has attained a velocityof
arby says ever at his post of duty, and has filled : at
plantation while reports If an election can be held
forty-three miles an.hour. Senator Beas>ley Returns After Unsuccessful -
P the surrounding country indi- the office Worshipful Master for Search for Kid- least fifteen days' notice must be

I that there was probably more I STORM HITS PENS1COLA. twenty years and as a token of love I napped bon. This is the fourth death among the

of life.t and the esteem with which he was holdover of senators-elect of the

Bayou Sara, several passengersh I No Serious Damage at Latest Reports held by, his lodge he was presentedon Norfolk, Va., April 5.-Former legislators of 1907.

| steamer Betsy Ann had a Beyond Setting Timber Adrift December 27, 1906, with a I')State Senator S. M Beasle), of Cur-

lUng escape. The Betsy Ann :was In the Bay. "jewel" which be wore one time only I( rituck, N C., has returned from TROUBLE IS EXPECTED.

irely wrecked. While the break- Pensacola, April 5.-A storm and which he held in sacred remem- Arkansas, after an unsuccessful ef-
fort find his Kenneth, for the Troops Called Out to Suppress Ohio
lIe to son,
Umbers brance of his brother masons. .
from the steamer and which at one time atained a velocityof

p the shore filled the air, the crew forty-three miles an hour has been served as tax collector for Suwannee alleged kidnapping and murderingof Strikers.

whom Joshua Harrison was recently Loraine, 0.. April 5.-There areominous
the 1895-96. >
pU passengers safely ashore. raging here all the afternoon and tonight county
Carson The funeral service were held : convicted at Elizabeth City, : preparations for trouble in
I the Mississippiral it has diminished only slightly.
Rocky Sink church, conducted j N. C., and sentenced to twenty yearsin the ship yard strike. Company B is
depot was blown down, also The wind is from the south and from

larch a tchoolhuse, two business south-west and has caused the tide by the Masons, attended by a large i prison. assembled in the armory, and the -

friends Senator Beasley saw the youth in company is being put through a ,rap-
F'ngs of relatives and ]
and of
several cabins. to rise almost to the level of some concourse i
Arkansas believed to be his and id fire drill in readiness to out ata
oa last tribute to one go
| parson the storm crossed them the wharves in the eastern portion.So who came to pay a .
line Into Alabama whom they all loved. says the boy was so much like Gen- moment's notice. ,
where it be- far no damages has resulted, I
|to lose much of is power. except the loss of lumber and tim- He leaves a wife and eight child- neth that it was hard to see how two There has been no further disorders

all of boys not related could bear such a on the part of the strikers Theyare
Benliar and two girls I
weather six boys
conditions ,
prod ber, but for fear of a more severe ren
all day throughout South storm, many of the: sailing vessels whom are grown. His sons L. DI resemblance:la,one.another, but the in a sullen mood, however, and

fciaaa and Mississippi/ Sudden have 'been towed across the bay, Newlan, of Hampton S. C., and T. I Arkansas youth was not the lost the authorities fear that trouble will V

P were followed bylear skies where they will have protection from A. Newlan and wife from Sanford, child, and the parent returned greatly occur when,about 200 strikebreakers .

| sU of winds were Incessant. the strong winds. Fla.. were here to attend the funeral. disappointed. arrive. ,. t i.,


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"Pneumonia's Deadly- Work . I I I I'" I . I I I I . I I I I secretary at year lire n -< _
has so.seriously affected my right ot
/! '.- who know-GOOD clothing'and Hoping for a fttiy '
' writes Mrs. Fannie Connor -
-i of long.Rural: Route 1, Georgetown Tenn..J N Don't Delay :Seeing Ourep;** who want to county meeting Yours w. -

"that I coughed continuously night s sand up to the latest style-come to U, J. to serve

day and the meighbors prediction 'us*for'' their clothing, knowing that D "w CRESW. i.S
and Sup'erb Showing RATJ
-consumption-seemed inevitable -( Large here they can always get precisely

> until my husband btought home what they want at the price they wish

t. a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery '! of SpringSuits for to pay. We satisfy every taste In One of An the worst" -
which In my case proved to be the dress. The growing. business of this ney trouble is
t only real cough cure and restorer of best attests the Intrinsic merit tttt fc ,,

weak remedies sore utterly lungs?fail.. When you may all other still I Men and Young .Men.store apparel we sell-the noted his disease danger and he before may the ktt,a

win in the battle against lung and dy. Take Foley-s KWaejt
throat troubles with New Discovery trouble M ft

the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar} regularities and pre

clay & Groover, druggists. SOc and I CLOTHING disease and dtabeteth

'1 11.00. Trial bottle free. dw.1 I which Is so smart 'in style and workmanship that it keeps macy.

the custom-tailors awake at eight wondering bow to hold TOArcrsixci
r ,. their customers.Our Daily through rous*.
What Five Dollars and SeventyFiveCents Easter showing of the season's correct fashion Is sleeping car leaves Jacr

Will Do. ; ready! Now is really the best time 'to/ ,select your clothes at 8:05 p. m., via AtkJ: *

F This paper, at quite an expense anda for Easter while every style and fabric' is here fresh from I Line and arrives ABS, ;

great deal of work, has arranged a the makers' hands. For selection we offer: morning at Ts"4 b s. n. ygj
Club offer of fourteen well-known reservations, see the Atli"

.. Ln'Papers.: OAK and Magazines.DAILY DEMOCRAT Including the for Spring Sack Suits at $10 to $25 Line agents or write' ij

only (5.75. Realizing that we could Boylston. District Passes

.r largely increase our circulation we rr Atlantic Coast Line. f
entered into a contract to use the ? I Florida.
Papers and Magazines that compose s' :: :t'

this Club. The Daily Democrat does ;
not make a cent out of this offer. : Kennedy's Laxative w
1 In fact we lose money but by increasing f I IBoy's The pleasant cold remedy

.j ., our circulation we can secure "< I the cold through Its aetL .
more advertising and also get a bet- ;
bowels. Sold
by City
f ; ter rate for same. No paper ever before Ptinaj
; made an offer that equals ours. wr I I
Every paper goes to you for one full Suits Frank Hayes, of the Put
year. All are well known and long r ;t I| the city last evening.
\ established and worth many times the 4
Our price of Boys' High Grade 'S. i I
price we ask. They are from the .
t : South. North, East and West. Their Clothing is the best ever shown in "r : !

combined values, including the Live } the city. We have them in all the i r{! % A LIQUID COLD
Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00.
We are only able to make this offer latest patterns from ; -AMDLAXATIVE _

k for a very short time and it will posi-
F tively be withdrawn soon. If you COUGH !
want the best bargain ever offered $3to$7 .
you order the Club now. Do not
wait for you may hesitate too long.If .
you are already a subscriber to any
or all of the papers in the Club, your ,,,
.MMI'.N N af THE
time will be extended one year from MICHAELSSTERNFINE I I t'
date of your order. Probably you do CLOTHING NEW
not care to have all of the Papers and ._._tsar a cw
Magazines sent to tour address. If -... JtOYAL BRAND IDEA
net, you can split the Club and have
f. them sent ot any number of different
addresses, or two or more parties can
come in together and divide the Clubamong
themselves. On acount of the its I K4 Ctenr BlM Mi ul m]It
limited time that we will be able to BUTLER BROS. ,I BTMy fettl.

t make this wonderful offer we will be "A Cold or a Couth aetriyi
unable to furnish sample copies to 1 duces consupattoo--ths *teriSa
anyone. We take pleasure in givinga eyes none and threat Insteiitf)
a short sketch of each paper in the "Mens' Outfitters. of the system through the Bw .
Club. For the want of moisture thsl.,
THE PLANTERS JOURNAL of dry and hard. Nearly afl.tbr

Memphis Tenn., is in its seventeenthyear. Zi.IUt.UIIl1ItlUoiiIilIilliiitillIilllllEiiiitlllIilllItEi I I I I I ;,IIlIlllhikl I I I 11111111 i-lU! U.I I I II 1111 II ,,,,...,, fI are constipating especially tow. *
It is,published monthly on the Ii ili t ilil; i tllj 1'1'I'I' I II" il' : II . . .1; Opiates Kennedy s Laxaito &
15th of each month. Colonel HughL. I Ilill I dlill: 1111IEl1I1tI11I1I! II 111'1 I II Iii I 1: Jj j I I I I IIIHid j Tar moves tics bowels coatstaraKENNE01I! l

Bedford its editor. is one of the -- -
best-known agricultural writers in the How to .\Appendicitis I !
per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons ment under the head of "Embroidery ,
United States. He lives on his model :Most victims of appendicitis are pet stock turkeys geese ducks ," also a department of "Amusing I
farm near Memphis and also has a etc., will not only save but make the I
those who are habitually constipated. Children. and another one under I LAXATIIy
large cotton plantation in Mississippi
money by having this well-known I the head of "Home and How to
and an orange and fruit farm in Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures OGNTADUM
magazine before them. If "
anyone Really Make it Home and another
A Florida. He is ably assisted by a chronic constipation by stimulatingthe takes this publication and does not I department under the head of "Our
f large number of department editors liver and bowels and restores the say that it is one of the best of its Beauty Doctor. There are man I HON Y-"RY
special writers and correspondents.
natural action of the bowels. Orino kind and is as handsome, readableand other interesting articles in this pub .
The Journal makes a specialty of its .
valuable a poultry paper as is lication hich .. Relieves Colds by wwfed
Cotton. Manufacturing, Lumber and Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- space alone forbids us .
published, we will send same to them to of the
mention. Any subscriber to system through s opts I
Industrial Departments in addition seate or gripe and is mild and pleas- three months this I 1
as absolute bowels.
{ an present. Clubb will after
reading this
to having full and complete depart- ant to take. Refuse substitutes. paper *
we believe |9 Relieves Coughs by cis
ments of the Home. Garden Fruit Tim'OJ.X'S HOME JOURNAL renew their subscription I.the I.
Farm Poultry Cattle, Live Stock, City Pharmacy. dw is published in Boston, and no matter for same from year to year without I t strengthening the mucoss 1
etc. It is very readable and full of what price is paid for a similar publication any solicitation upon the part of any the throat.chest.luDgssadt
bright snappy news and contains 32 able publications of its kind publish- no one will be able to securea one. For Crvop. Wtooplag Coml.|i
pages. eded in the United States. It is publication at the same price which All of the above Magazines and Xaflaeaxs., Bronchitis,
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, Lane and Broa
.Ind.. has been published tains thirty-four pages is publishedon the interest of the women and child matter for every and all members of e aal to I: {
twenty-one years and is ably editedby the 25th of each month. Each and ren and it is worth many times the the family, from the smallest baby Eoa gsad Tar. ]

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 Ult"tSc.ao.aM .- !
contains a full page poem from this expert. N'o one who has a horse, cattle Club. of the home farm and business wa&4N7.t L 0.DeWitt"
well-known writer. It is published or live stock should be without ("OLrIUI.)1.G.ZIX..: Is published are fully covered by the best writers.
monthly and contains 24 pages. There this publication.MAXtt'ELL'S in New York in magazine form You will see thousands of new pie
,; is no better paper for the home and : TALISMAN is a hand- and is one of the most readable three_and illustrations. .. in these pub- Sold by City
farm than this well-known pu.blica- some 32-page monthly publication magazines of its kind ever produced ucauoas auring the year that you
tion. printed on heavy book paper, and by any publisher It is full of Inter- will be unable to find in any other The Great Headacto
SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published contains many handsome half-tone il- esting matter and contains articles papers. This paper feels proud to
at Des Moines Ia., and has been lustrations. It is a publication that which are prepared by some of the be able to offer to its patrons a Club
long established. Each issue contains is edited by the lion A. C. Maxwell best-known writers in the country. of this kind composed of such repre- BromoPef"Note
i from 50 to 60 pages, and it is one one of the best-known writers in thiscounto. This magazine will please all no mat- sentative Papers and Magazines, and ,
of the handsomest and most complete N'o publication in its class ter how critical they are in regard to we can bay to each and every one .
publications of its kind in the world. compares with Maxwell's Talisman.It what they read. that our offer is worth many times the Word Pc
Every department of the farm and has been published at Chicago 111, TUB PRACTICAL FARMER. This the price of $5.75, and no one will
heme is fully represented in this pa- for seven years. well-known magazine which is pub- of make a mistake in taking advantage CURES XM:,
per, and each of these departments THE FARM MONEY: MAKER is a lished in Philadelphia is not only one same.
is in charge of an expert. It is a very large handsome publication which of the most successful of its kind call your attention to the ad-
handsome publication and is a monthly has been running but without doubt one of the most vertisement of tbe Club elsewhere On the Spot.
a great
many yearsin in this
published book edition. You will
on paperC.REKV8 carefully edited papers in the United find there
Cincinnati O, and contains vari-
FRUIT GROWER, of ous departments in regard to every States. Any farmer, planter, or, in detailed Club. information in regard to the Ko Opiates IbsoatQAU !

Rochester. N. Y., has been publishedfor part of the farm, and also hag many ,fact, anyone who has fruits, flowers DnIJU'-.. IK Mi*
twenty-seven years and is edited well-known writers in charge of vegetables live stock and poultry This May Interest
will find that P.r Sa_ By
by Col. Chas. A. Green who is said special departments devoted to the the Practical Farmer
to be the best-known writer of this home and also matter that is Inter- will save them during the year many N'o The CUPhanf
kind in the world. He is ably assist- esting and of value to every memberof times the price that they pay for the one is immune from Kidney
ed by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as assistant the familySOLTIIERN. entire Club. trouble so just remember that LIVE O.\K. FLA-

editor. These two well-known l'OrLTRYxcnu.. THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE: Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir- U23trwiYt.FOLEY', .
gentlemen also have a large numberof published in New York regularies and
This in
magazine is devoted to poultry maga- cure any case of kid-
department editors and special and all of its departments, and is zine form and contains from 30 to 60 ney and bladder trouble that '
writers. la not
This magazine alone is pages each Issue. This
published at
Atlanta. Ga. Each
issue beyond
worth the price that we ask for the I contains from 40 to 50 pages printedin publication contains many interesting the reach of medicine. City
entire Club. In its class, no paper magazine form on heavy book stories and some of the most valu- Pharmacy. dw*
in this country compares with it. pa- able articles, which are prepared by 'i

i MODERN STORIES, of New York, Good Judgementis well-known writers. Every depart- I NOTICE.
I is a handsome and well known pub- ment is fully covered by experts in I
lication which is published monthly the essential characteristic of men this publication. One of the most In- i I There will be a meeting of the j
and is equal to any of the well known teresting departments is that con- i Sea Island Cotton Association HONEYS
and of Su-
woman. Invaluable to 'good ducted by
monthly magazines. This alone is a well-known writer under ; annee County
worth the entire price of the Club. business men and necessary to housewives the head of "For the Little Fellows," I I at court house on Saturday !I
Carefully edited and contains matters A woman shows good Judge- and another is "Chats With Mothers" April 20. All local clubs are
that will interest every member o* the! ment when she buys White's Cream Another" is "Decoration of Your I requested to meet at their place of '
family Home and another valuable depart- ; meeting Friday The origin
j Vermifuge for her baby The best April 12, at four

lished SOUTIi at St.\VEST Louis.MAGAZINE Mo.. on the is first pub-of worm. medicine ever offered to mothers :' The, New Pure Food and Drag Law. 't 1 i o'clock amount of and cotton requested planted to get the LAXATIVE cough n r | .

each month and contains from 60 to Many indeed are the sensible j of fertilizer and grade

L 70 pages. It is one of the best-known mothers who write expressing their We are pleased to announce that 1 I send in used and how much and For coughs, colds, throat!
L magazines published and is in its gratitude for the good health of their'i Foley's Honey and Tar for a. report of same with al) troubles No opiate N<**f

r 1, fifth and year.contains It is handsomely gotten i children, which they owe to the use colds and lung troubles is not coughs affected dues not yet turned over to the coun Good for every body Soldete }
up many interesting ty, with
articles full of valuable informationfor of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by the National Pure Food and Central of those paid, as th The genuine.I

every member of the family and by Suwannee Drug Co. dw Drug law as it contains Association officers are crowd FOLEY'S HONEY ands
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loo?}:.{ .'DAILY-'-- 'DEMOCRAT. -0-, y.. .'- 'ILBAT- ABOUT'TH cv &':That,;*hls arty half :'fake *'f'=...\.ii.. /. ''-. .. it..'y-1' ?' ,* *? -, .- ', '

"! B0 Ca wen .t..aJl on July 1. 1907. ; '

jpiaces'manages County Commlslonerf :. and TheWorld'sMWe
all 1O :
Published every Afternoon Pleasures
at exactly of ,the Board of Public ,In- ; .. 1
I Except Sunday. thing .tht.rlg \ .. .. .
now the whole haTe been serving the. dear 'b all know what &'blank, dull place j'
,tbis orldY
of the various counties of the Yi
i J.F. SHERWOOD. Editor,and MaVr. over the

a and harbors. We eng enough at the rate. of be if it were not for some of the pleasures that I

; THE LIVE Oil PUBLISHIKG COMPACT. 9f[ appropriations, but /pe day.They should be paid v -we 1
SUWa -' mpns .Uon for their work.. termmglecl.. with our work and worry. !
Live Oak. we ,find where c : *
Postofflce. -
Entered at the
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter mentionedTo' this we: :'hope both of the bills In- Y't\ Some wow 1" i{

November 7, 1905. mission; Bro. CaldWell _ced*by .Mr.'} Dorman will meet -

News calls attention Ui*:approval of the present Leg- pteasurerco f
: i "We are In receipt, and:be enacted into law. *
the United --
of in
mailed ,to any part 1.ti !
States postage prepair. for $5.00 I livered In 'cOngresS :

per yean $250 for-six months; I Sparkman. on "Rivera ''thousand_ dollars of: Times-' .. ply; becausehey 4

$1.55 for three months or 50 cents "We opened it ] money would dig a big ditch .; -

for five weeks in ,advance. Delivered read with interest, .. Everg/ade-about Q. by ,30 found the right, Idn j i iIn ir

to any part ofthe city bycarrler.for'10 gradually petered out But will*the 150,000 .bemused. + the "Quafce '
cents, week.

Harriman" per" wouldrather ,' been t1ty' .,which put' in remained the hull t pin-pose? i -ic. for $3.00 there U :1|

that he

go to says the penitentiary than seed The and Suwa'nnee rattled..' I r Is;othlng1 remarkable...about-.f ish, nobby shop for ev6ry,foot, and as Quaker shoes are 3

to the poorhouse. The Inmates of the governor's message: In Its-' lan

poorhouse certainly do not care largest river In the and recommendations It Is very t by experts in a Specialty factory over foot confers!'
with its tributary
for his com anY.1 and besides, he of his campaign speeches' lasts 7 d.o t of the'best and most popular leathers
Ghee, could be made t&vg,
would not feel as much at home thereas letters,, It may be said of him

he would.at some place of his own Its Georgia mouth, was far not up : be Is quite consistent. lie is .t sure,to'fi well and.give satisfaction, which means: |>$a| ;

: the bjecta.of legislation he':
liking : .**
"The Suwannee two years ago. but it Is 1 Quakcr"shoes are made by the Goodyear weUpla s'

The New York World reports" a month for" 150 on miles which by .than Questionable whether with ,t. doing away. with. the tacks, wax and.thread found onti*]!

dispute between the customs colec- en success In the legislators
flourishing business I side of so shoes that hurt burn and blister
tor at the port of New York and a as before the people then" many thJ;

firm of Japanese. Importers,. over the lug war operated and on ,which was most noise will be made"about! This means, too, that thay are soft and pliable. JI

I classification .of frog 5kfns.uThe section
.. collector," says the World. 'holds s blockade The. Suwannee runners the enactment of some All in all, with every item summed up you will finjg

that they are dutiable as leather and restraining the press In the mat
ended 135 miles the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that be
can bongb
the Importers Insist that they be personal publication, and faprosecutors-
war bringing supplies .
t classified as fish skins. It Is a needless authorizing public $3.00.
of the South and
and profitless wrangle. Long against editors criminally al J
with: of
ago the treasury department experts cargoes slight ground. It Is- quite Remember to ask for "Quker"-"The shoe that doesj
an unknown quantity.
decided that frogs' legs were dressed that editors ought to be punish- J
"The Suwannee hurt. I It.
poultry. Consequently frog skins printing lies about people =

f f : : are chicken feathers, and should pay ODe sheltered by Bradford trouble about most all legs -
of the best and
J duty as such under the ,wise and of the kind is that the editors
In the ",world not
beneficent provisions of the Dingle: lie for the party or factions in DowlingLumber&NavalStoresGBOWLING t
West nor Havana is
I tariff. That ought to settle the and against the other side are
"The Suwannee
controversy. or never prosecuted. The

song and storv. so far nt; or attempts at punish- PARK FLORIDA
ion at the hands of t. ,
If United States Senator Ben Till- fall all on one side jurors gen- .
man. of South Carolina, who is to representatives .decide according to their polit- .
had as well be
lecture In Jacksonville on the nightof and the whole matter

April 11 th, had selected some oth- map."The Suwannee of extended sore. It would i t I VISIT THE POPUL R HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT:

er subject than the "Race Problem" to let the law remain as it

some good might have been accomplished dark bosom floated the tefofm the editors by kind- j j
Ison laden with DOWLING
by him. Senator Tillman is. club as the case seems to PAR
whose' daring made
f a man of great ability 'a natural -Tampa Times.
capture of the civil re-I'
t leader of men and has the moral and
'-pU ,tcl. RIVER'j.
> courage possessed by few. : .
''The Suwannee river d}I1Ow. Brother of the liv I
'His-addres n.UJ. interesting but
of fama,.-how 'Mineral!'
freight 'congestiOn curses like
we fear the results will in nowise Springs. Hotel and Cotfa
Is so much needed as home to roost. We noted in
prove beneficial to Floridians in a 1 ... ..
al highway Is teeming columns the other HOT AND COl D BATHS UNSURPASSED.
'Solution of the race problem Here' day GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEOS. I M
especial duty protest'against
fn ,.,' 1
Florida e are getting along nice- PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL .
ly-i-jhere :' for the interests of repealed."S Iconoclastic quill quiverer I( EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLION3. lOA
I Is no between the 7 MILE3 FROM LiV[ OaK oNlVEGYt
"Look over jour credited your verile utterances REASONABLE ... _. ****,*,**.*,**. .,vr w.r raw i!
races--and to agitate the question '
Sparkman refresh ;" and to! the shock it
might make matters worse. The ; "
white man is in the saddle now and and If you are like u; to see the "level-he=ed" ;..ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL. DOWUING PARK FLORIDA. ,

come over and it will of the Orlando Reporter-Star
./ there is no effort or desire upon the
to us to "show" you." 'We noticed two of our lit !
part of the negro for a change' Here unii
in n tMitiHiiiiMiti i ntui in i in iiiinii
essays friendly state con- -
the matter ought to rest, and it will.

The problem: is settled and settled DOKMlVb the other day. Each

f right so far as Florida is concerned. In own way of giving credit ill i SOUTHERN
approving the Live Oak Democrat prints our BUSINESS COUJ[

lion. W R. Dorman in the on 'The Town Pusher' and _
J. R. Newlan, State Senatorfor believe -
the it ton Exchange.* Toe
this senatorial district died at
every citizen of the
: like
his home a few miles south of this a man.-Tampa Trib-
doing good and Before going into
city yesterday afternoon. Mr. New has Introduced merits i 'J.
a case we enter
Pr lan was one of Suwannee county's ant and good defense a plea of guilty
we could make Is
good and
prominent citizens He always -, number d
being two of legitimate
one under the cir
an active
part In every and as important :
-that is we did not get
movement tbat had as its object thgood e
measures jet ] from the
columns of the
of our county or State. He House.
One measure
served Suwannee county in a numberof from
lating to the
state exchange who
official capacities and always pr oty "
Comissioners, as with malice
Ted. true to his trust. At the time aforethough and
Section 1. That
of his death he was a, member,of the the General wilful intent credited the ar
Statutes to that great and
State Senate 'By his upright and ,
: honest life he won the confidence and Florida be amended ." It was an article full
follows SPECIAL
respect of_ alUand.in bis, death we as : thought and we heartily en- ANNOUNCEMENT!
"Section 775
realize and feel that we have lost a i it. and had we known credit

t true and tried friend, one whose placeIn Commissioners-The the Orlando Reporter-Star,

the minds and hearts of our people sioners shall be paid would not have robbed For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLAS

will indeed;pe.;hard to fill Mr day for each day's any of its weight and good In- will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only $30.00.
cents mile for each
Newlan was'wer known thfoughou traveled per in going to by crediting It to "Exchange" Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged!

the State, and his host of friends will court house. Provid student entering on this special offer. can finish within the limit 4

be pained to learn of his death per dime shall not Crystal River News says that scholarship.

Peace to his ashes. 6f Railroad This w an
officials were In opportunity which
dred dollars per annum.Sec you cannot afford to miss.

The Miami Metropolis offers some 2. That all last week looking over the Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and 11

F valuable advice which should be of laws in conflict with situation there. Three help you to a good paying position, or get a better one than yon I10W
ago the depot was destroyed
; heeded not only by the cltibens o f of this act be, and the WRITE
and since that time an old FOR CATALOG
,; Miami but by the citizens of every by repealed..
"' has been used for a depot -- -
town and city in the State. It -
says: Sec. 3. That this act
f express has been left
"Now is the time of year to battl feet on July 1, 1907."
mercies of the elements SOUTHERN
sanitary conditions in thi The other measure, the passengers have been
E city. For: a long period, there has opinion equally as to buy gum coats and rubber

been very little rain and the accumulation to Increase the pay of
and draw
on the saw mill LIVE OAK
r of germs filth and wast the Board of Public to keep warm while FLORIDA

of all kinds which are generally carried follows waiting
The News says however, L. M.flftTTON, President G. S. STEPHENSPfifl
off by rain is
l- r very large. It 1 s "Section 1. That
good depot will be built and
.t then necessary to keep in perfect the General Statutes of

. health, for if a germ hits a desire Florida be amended so I people are expecting ser
' from it about Jan. 1,
'j spot and finds or
you napping, a long follows:
1 I ; We also notice in the News yet the
: spell of sickness and perhaps deat "Section 344 close-fistedness of the company 10f over 8000. We t
former hope
;r r stare you In the face. Get busy then; members of the agent of the road deprives the people of any facUlties tal River News oa
will keep
. it clean up your yard, rid it of tin cans, members of the various I The latter a Mr will Sale succeeds at all. It is Just such "monkey I until it kicks some sense 1.-:

t,t the dwelling place of the distribute boards shall be paid probably sell business" as this that has caused the road officials ;!

of malarial and yellow fever germs school fund for their the rainy season sets in people to get up on their "hind legs"and -
of shelter.
t and last but by no wise least get dollars per day for Crystal River howl against Railroad corporations KODOL

b after your "liver" Might bette vice and'ten cents per population of over 1000 is a In Florida, and the howl wllJcontln.ue..untll lief. Is a thorough *
'ro- over-work your liver than to have a mile actually* traveled shipping point and a splendid -tie railroad Commis-j i( digests what yougives .
makes a the stomach rest as 4'I '.
magnificent feed- slon if
beautiful tomb-stone over jour head. and from the county with powers to set '
;- the railroad that matters restoring it to its norm*?
giving a brief sketch of when you the nearest practicable passes aright. Here In Live Oak. .!
'there, and i and usefulness. KODOL 1*'
came to the world and when you left. Sec. 2. That all yet the city Is de- we have an excuse for a passenger j,

,The Lord giveth a cheerful liver so of laws In conflict with of depot facilities A depot depot, that Crystal River would hue i'I aarameed relief plan by.fl

(f 'keep'It' In that condition. of this act are hereby answer cost not to exceed $2000 a right to kick against yet we have!'I macy.' 4.SuUcribe

every purpose
there. four
here and a population
the Dally D *

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i- .. LIVE OAK DAILY4 EIqaq.T'r_SATtJlDAY;APRIL 6. 1901. 'f .. : aLS
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f. TREY COME CRAT-READERS AND Real Estate, 'i : ;


ft of pTe ,Oak and '
County Gatherea by the Farms Etc 1
-rat Reporter

l f, porlum.f Baby. shoes at-the YOUR-,. .__ '

r went
f *MisrS, J. Byrd : 1'
s yesterday. TheCa.shSurpriseStore '
1 .
? Dar and Mrs. W. D. WITHUS..
f piiaville.. were here today.

t'"I .,the If licensed you, want auctioneer.sell see J."H / Now has a complete line of Candyat + ,1,1I


r Mrs. Graham-,went to the I: lOc. and 20c. per pound-the i ii'

: da,Fort. Knight-of=--- Lewin Building, Room 3. kind the Kress Stores handle. : j jIt.

B. F Umstead came in from
today. 't?'. last night, and left for .

here L. E.today.Alexander:, of'. I Springs. It. Our Candies are : Guaranteed Pure 1

.- our greatest magazine and .
One pair mules for sale clubbing ever offered by +

ply Little to L.Miss O. Brokerage Roess- & paper.. W. R. Dorman returned from ;: Under the Food Law j

Roof to Jasper yesterday. this morning to attend the .. ;
+ :

Walter Bryson returned of Senator Newlan. 1-; Remember this is notall we :

today. Hawkins, of Wellborn, was ,

Marx Allen and wife, of :this Tallahasee.morning on his way home i. can save you money on. Drop in-

here jesterday.
were +

Big line baby shoes and Frederick Pasco left this : and let us show you.
for Jacksonville, and will
at The Ladles' Emporium. absent
until Tuesday.

lack Law. of Wellborn, nice pair of shoe tree for :
terday in Live Oak. December born In Live 31st.-Oak/from April 3-3t 1st 1 THE CASH SURPRISE STORE :

G. W. Bevans. of : ,
today on business.A. Masters wife and baby re- +
from South Florida last even-
D. Herring was lu' : .
business yesterday, . . . .. 11111 11111 III III Jill
)Ufit1e.J-.< ; :, L.. Everett and wife went to

W. H.,Turner* of today to.. attend church to- -\\hen you<< need ,a 'fill! : take a pill : Col. A. T. Long, of Starke was in .
todaj.. ..._,,,, \ :.: '
y : : and be sure it's an Early Riser. the city, en route home from Perry,
When think
\ GROOVER.'F --- They are sold hereJfay City Pharmacy 'where he had been acting State attorney : you _
;',Frank Green,of Pi Tedder was called to Quincy '
dw for Taylor county during circuit -
today on'bt sin ss. on account of the illnes of'his. court. about that fine s
Miss Eliza Spencer and Miss RIx- '
: A. H. Goffln, of Watch
Cord Bell, ,of Wellborn; came in last j Agents for Edwin Clapp Sons you
en a visit to the Snraski Cannon of East Park. and night and are guests, Q( Mrs. A. D. Stetson Shoe Co., / Hey: wood's and need thinkRADFORD'S ':
Cannon of Peacock were here Hemming Whitcomb Choes aid Oxfords for
Elder Skipper came ). 'I' men. Full line 0// hand. S. J. of
,Jasper today. Slippers Sandals. Tie ,*Pumps, Oxfords White's Shoe StoyK 5-41
1I5S Rosa Ferrell is
reported very for
in black white And colors I
Miss Kate Liddon of at the home of her cousin, J. ladies, misses cbild' 'n and boys at A handsome broadcloth casket
in the city today. Bailey. White's Shoe Stor / 5-41 was taken out to Senator Newlan's
home this morning by Undertaker I ,
Mrs. W- A. Mizelle, of and Charley Blackburn and ---
J. E. Cox, now of Greenville, was Potsdamer who was the funeral di- ; Where will find .
is in the city today. :Misses: Guerard visited Fenhol- here this morning on his way to rector.J j, you a

yesterday. Inverness to take another degree in choice assortment of
Clifford Jordan and wife J.'asonry.Iep H. Braswell. R. Braswell, Will
;F city today. &' Sessions and Mr. and Mrs. -- I Hopson and Miss Birtie Hopson ac- the very bestC20RYEEARSD
4 : Hair will spend. tomorow at on smiling and read our companied the remains of Mr and .
J. C. Mangum was up Springs. greatest magazine and newspaper I Mrs. Braswell's little son to Valdosta & Wa t6h6S
?_pia, this morning. clubbing ever offered by this paper today. Mrs. Braswell was too ill
: Ci- E. Roberson returned from
'" "articulars elsewhere in this issue.J to attend the funeral.
Miss Stella Bevan left this morning, where he attend- WATCHES REPAIRED .
ing for Madison to attend court. F. Mcl-eod and wife of Lura- -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the I
ville. who have been visiting W. II. stomach and makes the breath as J. D. RA DFORD,
Mrs: J. H. Bullard of .: I. S. Cody of Hasting who has Taylor's family returned home this sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by
here today en route to -: visiting at Mrs. O'Neal's during merging.Especially: druggists on a guarantee relief plan. ,LIVE OAK FLA.
week. left Thursday for Dupont. It 'conforms strictly to the National
W. P. Creekmore of recomended for Piles- Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by
here today on business. ; I Misses Ruby Powell and' Bertie. thai is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch City Pharmacy. dw.
: of Falmouth were in Live. Oa Hazel Salve. Sold by City Pharmacy A large crowd of gypsies came in

nlshed TO RENT rooms-, Furnished address dw* ''yesterday here and and joined they the have crowd a large already flori o Book o O ollI N NS CO.

of Democrat. Mrs. F. E. Thomason returned Mrs. R. B. Ballentine and children camp near Cypress City While they
a visit to relatives and friends of Fernandina. are visiting her sister. '
are called gypsies they are not, but
The body of Mr. and Mayo this morning. the Viola
Mrs. W. H. Williams at are horse traders who lead a strictly -
well's little son was House.S nomad life.
dosta this morning for Mary Bojett went to her home In

today and will remain a II Register has returned froma -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough Stationery,
E. Lee Smith wife and on account of sickness. r week's trip to Perry attending Syrup. Children like its pleasanttaste.
Orlando are, guests of -for. r*:.f court and has resumed his positionIn Contains no opiates but drives
day" Rev. L M.:" Skelton came up from the express office. the cold! out through the bowels.
_: this morning and left on M. Made in conformity to Pure Food and Inks,
If you want draying 1 Coast Line for Bronson. |2.50 wagon seats new. bt / rugS Law. Recommended and sold
trunk carried to the i Just received a full line of |itlfie Bailey's the Auction Hols*, for b' City Pharmacy. dw
Quick phone 129. W., N. : latest:; novelties in Sailor/nd! $1.50. Other things in pipportion.Be .
years, at S. J. White's Furn& Ing quick. tf Chas. Worket and Hattie Crosbet. Pastes
P. H. ,
Crenshaw. of
K5-4t colored were arrested at the Park i
In the '
city today a of yesterday of lewd and
EtheL ,0" Prof P T McClellan. principal on a charge
J. W. Chasteen superintendent of the High School at Lake Butler, and i leaseivious conduct and waiving ex-
Miss Smith -and phosphate mines at Luraville, ac- son of Hon. W McClellan, of Well amination before Judge Conner. School Books
to Jasper by Mrs. Chasteen "are vis born. Is in the city todaj.M Worket was held to the grand JuryIn
C. C. Smith's yesterday family.buy after In the city today. the sum of $300 and the womanin
L Burnett and C. N Hildreth, the sum of $200,

Why, The trestle has been constructed Jr., caught seventy fine fish in the and
grass-fed beef R. Blackman has his
can get the best the Suwannee at Luraville river yesterday. but Wiley Sessions resigned
Bird's market. work is progressing nicely.. It and Frederick did not get a nibble. position with the Suwannee Hard- 0
ware Co. and will become associated
.... expected the bridge will be com-
and his with C. O Saunders in the
-$50 REWARD / by July 1st. Supt. Ruther- Hon J, M N. Peacock plumb- Musical ;
Is pushing the work right along. pretty little daughter. Ruth, came up ing business Mr. Blackburn bone
Pot the arrest with p from Mayo this mornjng, where they of the best and cleverest salesmen in
my*person or persons HATS! HATS! HA have been visiting, and left on the Live Oak. and many will regret the
Barclays Kamfo-PhenoL Panama. Straws. Felts, la e/t.out. Coats Line; for their home in Pine-I severance of his connection with the
l,-llt BARCLAY& line Just opened at S. J. Nrhlte'.. mount. Suwannee Hardware Co. Instruments

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FLORIDA RAILWAY eve" 0 a k M'f'g
scuDULE.; 'I' .# ; ,
f- c ONNECtS vim ALL TSWl3 ON s. A.. L. RY. ANB A. C. L. >:Y. AT LIVE OAL I t =
ijf' b Manufacturers
asaa po4nt_ -rna' agars Notes of General Intern of

N4t. S No.L Naiad NDa I. . I. .
rJllndFct.. Mail Lumber Shingles Ice Electric
v..I7 aDd STATIONS Ezyreaa E&cepCr : The Utopian Literary Society held Ligh

Esce.t. EDsualsee.a. I Dai17. S.adasSnadas. Its regular meeting Friday afternoon '
t Power and Turpentine. :.
and a short, but very pro-

t Lift Oak-..... ..-Ar- 10 ao a m r. 4Q P m gram was ,rendered as follows:
r f 1s0/p': I Song, -Holy. Holy. Holy"-Society. Electric Lights many part of the city furnished for p.J
Porter rV1O3o.m a20pm
150 a ID 3S4pmL'' s. I Reading, The Grammatical Boy"John Business Houses at a reasonable rate.
or very Electric-
mIL'' __ _8u7......---r'1p Z2. m a 80 p.. ft
! a 115 a m S 54 p L8 Gregory. and current-for manufacturing
,.. day night purposes. i.-
mtL' -- l'ft r 10 III a m 4" P m Recltation-Maggle Holmes.

'N."S 54 PIe ''Ly. Yark4 .... '..1010 a. 4.0 p. Chorus, "When the Bees Are in the Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have ipedJ a4

r f: II 3ta Ia 405 411.Ar pmt! __._W martJa-L.'l a.i Hive"-Eighth Grade Girls. tion. and all orders promptly filled. ;

843 a W$aaarth _....-Ar. Violin Duet "Suwannee River**-

f" 158.m ... --"Lnr"i71.4.3 .- _...._ Blanche Grub and Herbert Wolfe. We will give you good prices on low grade cdq S

,. 0.1.30 a a .. J'LY'--"--- _Lura.?- __ Recitation. "Curfew Must Not Ring flooring. Come and get our prices. .-I

_____Vi i +&*k....-...... .... ._-- Tonight"-Lucy Williams .
IO 0om 411J..L. """'"--"'-"-" 7&a 415l p mos Vocal Duet. "When the Flowers
friend. Blanche Westmoreland with with a two months s*.Use T..
1-1 L' --.su--URiYer--L. t aS a 111 411 p. Bloom in Spring Tlme"-HalUe
101 m
p + as this afternoon. beating. The negro i
t IDI N____ t. t" aIDS 51 p.. Madre and Sue Hemming. tteasK
1020 a 4aOpm'L' The society for this weekIs noggin lightly and
3.2F : program imitoa tft.fc5j"finished.
I ..... Vocal Solo, "Down Where the SU'ry
I __ t-- .
10 It a III 4 43 p.. Arr -- ------- &70- t II a s 1 Up. as follows: _
''-- 'L ...... --_ a.. Mohawk Flows.-MIH RIe Porter.
: l' 40 Y Song. "Blue Bells"-By the room.

f f o .I 58 55 a.1 tAr..... ..----- ---Alt.oa-a 1'V.6 f Y.. ply"-WIlUe> Declamation.Wood."The Seminole's Re- Recitation--Clyde CaswelL 1 OLE a J1 111.YA'S1 rij

& Reading ETelyn Conner. IUU,.., .._.
I __......_._ the 1 w/ Xp.....
11 06 Ar.........-____)1&1'00- L. Song, "When Morning Gilds .
-.!a. ..... v.-..___. v. i-27-" Skies'* Society. Recitation-Beanie Thurmond. --=
mI -
1' :
..' -
t 11 II 4 t: p I.' Recitation Lizzie Lawler. In Your I i
.I'LY c::._ .drv...__ a. t 30.m S 25 P m The vocal solo by Miss RIe Porter Laanfrj Wort
UT) a m 4 n p I.' Reading-Bobbie Myers.

> L 11 n s ID'' 4 Il p. ,L'f_......_....s.J'm..a, y'f Z5 s m S 15 p.m was very sweet and greatly. enjoyedby Song. "In Dear Old Georgia." -

; ; .ILy-----A+ -- .L t M. m I" all. Recitation Blanche Westmore-
.. .. .
.1. p"l
:1 a p ti The violin music was good and wasa
'IL'f _....L'f. la nd.
00. m Z 15 m
I l1Uaaall1plD" Chulla" 'I splendid addition to the program.
t. t 8.--_ L'9 Debate, -Resolved that boys are
53 t 20I m well
12 (\ a 4 5 Z1 p mL', a m p Lucy William's recitation was "
I more useful than girls. Affirmative:
f PDaLy---! __Ftnbpibwa7-_---I-- 8 4S. m L 10 p mza given and was appreciated by every-
u16 5 SS
Charles Hoffman. Charlie Dukes,
.' m1' ark. _...... r-. IS .
3y a m p.
24 5 U Dei7 Darts.XegatiTe .
r-- a Bat p one.Willie Willard Welch and Hugh
r _.... Wood's declamation was un-
L .
I 1:34 m I asopoAr Perry--- -- s 30 a m 120 p. : Myrtle CreeVmore, Lola
I J- I If usual but highly good for our boys
i Lord. Bennie Thurmond, Jennie
usually won't "geeCommencement .
:. (4) Telegragl a.Telephone S &tioa W Flat StatioG. (rJ RePter. W Benlar Stop (a) Blackburn and Bessie Bardin.
will soon be here.
j- AgeacJ Station T. P. A1srott. SaperinteDde The society was especially good
3 IUa. Genera er Agent We have begun practicing several
this afternoon. 1
choruses for that occasion.
c I
Estelle Kemp of the tenth grade
r -
TO THE Doing Basinet Again *
... has left us. much to our regret, for I

she was one of our brightest students. "When my friends thought I was

- ; Willie Wood has had to quit school about to take leave of this world, on we feel sure we can cITe yot
dJAMESTOWNExposition I greatest satisfaction. There !
because he is going to move away. account of Indigestion nervousness ;

We all hate to see Willie go and we and general debility." writes A. A. Added stiffness and a glorious fSi

know we will miss him. Chisholm Treadwell N. Y., "and put upon our work that uhucsi-i

Our boys went down to Lake City when it looked as if there was no pppearance" and lengthens its

last Friday to play baseball. They hope left, I was persuaded to try your linen. Bring your Skirts

were defeated by a score of 5 to 6, Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say Nan. Coifs Handkerchiefs, VfWe> !

E but our boys gave them a tight game. that they are curing me. I am now Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc. t-*.

F- We will "show them something" doing business ''again as of old. Laundry and you will have flta

via the when they come to Live Oak. and am still gaining daily." Best quickly and carefuly dose la I"i3

"" tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby factory manner at a utis icSRprice

Ftrs& Grade. Barclay & GrooTer druggists. -

r Price, SOc. dw -:
AtianticCoastLinePeople Hazel Hancock, of Tifton Ga., Is

a new pupil in our room. We are PASS SPOTTERS WORK IX FLA. Live Oak Steam LauudR!
Lave her.
glad to

Edna Mlrriam Is spending the PHONE 139. ,
Government Agent Investigating
week in Madison.
$ all over Florida, see the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- Our attendance has not been good Enforcement of the* Hepburn Law. 3IAYOirS PROCLAMATION j
Notice Is hereby given that at ft
this week. A great many of the At least three special agents for I
: Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two children are out on account of measles the Interstate Commerce Commission next General City Election: rf
City of Live Oak. Suwannec Cooj
1pI and other sickness, those out are: have been sent to this district for
Florida, to be held on the first TIi
Merle Parnell George Dillon Erie the purpose of seeing wtetter or notthe
trains each with through Pullman buffet
: way, sleepingcars. day In May, A. D. 1W. at'
Dell Keen Grace Earle Hildreth Les interstate railroad laws known
Council Chamber and In mi&aern
!- ley Watley and Ruth Westbrook. We as the Hepburn bill which became
hope they all be In school effective form as prescribed by law. till
will again on January 1st. are being at
\ lowing municipal oScers of
soon. carried out, says the Jacksonville
Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets George Wood will leave In a few Metropolis. These special agents ar City are to be voted for sade -ic

'i days for Punta Gorda, where he wil 1 said to be after the free pass rider to-wit: A Mayor, a Clerk.

on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates make his home. 'We are very sorry especially. They work like "spotters" and Assessor filled by a

to lose him. He is a Tax Collector; a
one of our best on a street car.
Coach excursions at very low rates. pupils. It is understood that the govern Sanitary Inspector filled by same!

son; and an Alderman from Ti
ment has sent one two and three
For further information railroad
see your nearest agent No. 1; an Alderman from war
Third Grade liss )(ann. special agents or detectives to all of .

r O.' write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, At We are very glad to have Hansel the Important railroad centers to 2; an Alderman from Ward NaJ
Alderman from Ward X&
look after the railroad
Ross with us again after an illnessof rate legisla
anti; Corst Line, Jacksonville, Fla. several days. tion. These agents have their head an Alderman from Ward No. ftJ

Lillian Sauls has been absent three quarters in a city, but are continually Alderman from the City at 1Mt

on the road. Whenever a also one Bond Trustee to fill
days this week with fever. Everyone trip or
annual pass Is offered by pined term of C. A. Hard. A&!
Live Oak wishes for her a speedy recovery a passenger
Perry & Gulf Our attendance for Monday was to the conductor for transportation, man from Wards Nos 3 and C!

very low because of the inclement the special agent Is on the alert. He fill unexpired term I

Railroad Company. weather. is ready to jot down In his little moral from Wards caUH'41

Mrs Hagan made us a very pleasant memorandum book all of the data of Incumbents.

SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER t ll1 6.I visit Friday. concerning the dead-head transportation. Given under my band and !s

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed SHagan's The Interstate Commerce Commission the Slat day of March. A. D. iNl

I : I I !- song. Friday, during our exercises after receiving his report on (Seal) M E. BROOM*

Mail and Pas. Passenger I FrL and Pa.oai ]tail and Pass Fit and Pau.' Psaaeng er this special pass is liable at any timeto Mayor City of Live 6j
Pin 1 Sea. 6 I -s So. L : P-l I: N. IS Franklin Dutill la confined at home ask the railroad issuing and acepU Suwannee County, fte*

Dally ,Sunda- ? Only [lens e.. Gan. !*til. "" ,IYn Can! San. On!7 with a very sore foot. ing the same to explain a few things Attest: j

A.Le.M.. i Lea"P.M.. Lay.?- t. I ---p Arrive: 5l. 'I Am"n. '.-I Arri"et A. M A vast Improvement has been The penalty for violating the Interstate S. P. MAYS Clerk j

9 UO 2.55 Z 40 ._LiY. Oak __ t 30 laws with Uve
I.5. I.e noticed In the language work done reference to Oak Florida.
8 13 I s.5 Z 5-1 _Roeky Sink 4 Ii 9.a I '_ passesis j
I i! 2-U '-13 I 00 StalT s 4 U 9.L:' I !.2i by this grade for the past two weeks. a fine of 1.000 upon both the rail-
II 26 117 307 _.. 401 ; !in l.20 road and the J. F. WEBB
I '.n 115 p..1 -II j I person using the pass
i 913 9.17
8 a.a 130 I 30 _. .
I SO': 9.M It is not
9 08 Sixth Grade. generally
Ar i' e Ar tY+ known if PAPER HAXr.KR.n.1
Ar. 3 40 L. 348 ; L. LOO any ar nr.roa.u1|
9.50 Ly
i..: L.s.3. L. t 10 I lay- .. Ara 33sa : :... rests have as been
8 Sao Ar yet made
._.._- ___.__. tn ..-.o.aDC7__ S I 'I '--- The attendance in our room has for violating
it r- i! ..--... -..- f 1. i I .... Be-I1 13ft : tIS === this law Pens&cola Journal. Will be glad to famish est1sd
been this
IU good but
t t ][acv Jllnctiun 123 I 8..1% __. we are sorry on work, and will guarantee Utioa **
leg.....- ._ ... 'Ar.4L.. -- --D'7.-.. 223 Ly't to report Ola Parnell ill of measles. '
4 a0 i I -UerOs A Card at best prices Referwe*
f ad .. ....Si'w J I' The work and deportment this
i"-------I I ; i Ar'1.56 .
I Hln@ly. i>>
10 t f S To..nd .. / Live Oak Call at ..
: Z3 r ....-. ....__ $1;_ 'I _- ..s....th-_ I a au M I I 't.43:.. =_==: week has been exceptionally good. This Is to certify that all druggist crat oSce. j

\ 9! 38 1".0 ,-....._._._........_1.. ::0 :n I Fenholiowav_ Z f1'' t.Ur. ?_ "-' Quite a number of the boys and are authorized: to refund your money
---- I L" Z "5 .
Ly. 100 S..o -. p enr: ... girls hard at work if Foley's Honey and C. \V. LSON.1TAILOR
I A.r uo : :oo are preparing for Jar fails to \VI I
4..10 :s f---- I HamptDD ip'. Ly.Z 05 _..._ -==-::=- the elocution contest at the close of 'cure your cough or cold. It stops

school. the cough, heals the lungs and pre

IAYG and ALTON We are glad to have our littleIlttt"n vents serious results from a cold

wT RnCNTL Cures la grippe coughs and
EAST BOYVDPsissy precents Tailoring dens at RuWnstein'ian
t by a Spider. pneumonia and
!=rt and ......:F"-...A PaNoI f consumption. Contains store. Prompt swrvv-*- aoWtk !
; h" .I I ..
ow Frt.
Nw 7 -rATIOSS. s ax3 Paw.Nw Throjgh blood poisoning caused no opiates. The genuine is in
6. Nw 9
has Diw 1& >n
1 So. 6 guaranteedCITY J
a yellow
Sunday Only 1aJlyexSIlft..Oailye.sII'j ,Dai4exStua.Dai1YSQ1L'SQ': .da only..... ')v a spider bite JohnYashington, package. Refuse substitu- '
PK. A.. K. P. 54- J A. x.- -P .u. .-x: f tes. City Pharmacy.
1 > BosQueville, Tex, would have los dw-
t-- Leave I Leave Am. Arrive I Am... BARBER SHO|
a.SO IIO! 4.3J loafing Park8..10 iW toe ; is leg. which became a mass of

4.15 UI3 j 1.10 733 4.40 :.Na7o CSark Ja.ctma I 7.58 7.47 1m i 1.33 running sores had he not been per Whipping; Post Sentence. We have opened up a tlarber S]
: I
425 9.C! p caso. 735 t i-i: oa Ohio **
;uaded to t ry Bucklen's ArnicaSalve Baltimore. avenue In the White
4.37 s 1'l00 s &S lay. a 7.20 %..f8 s LOT April The whipping
Af' 4 41 u 10'1.. At :.50 AltosLv Zoo He tag and .q
; ,.Ly 2.39 LY 8..00 writes: "The first application post was called Into solicit the patronage
P. X. A."f.t. P. 11_ A. K.. P.II. use at the city
A. X. relieved and four boxeshealed jail for the first time In white people. Shop is newly aj
a Regular.tof<. Conaeitma aiaJe at Dnw!:.t Park for aj trama to aDd from Live Oak.aad twenty years and <
....... Perrj all the sores. Heals every today. up. everything kept Bet
F ria erBaaaat euaiieet n>with otttf' 'Oi+one er call M Ceaeral PiTnrnrtr Azvatpbm Saylor Brooks cloned wasghen
*147. DcwbaaBoJdiar. LiOakTHO'AS sore 25c at Barclay & Groove nine lashes clean.:
Doh USG. Pr8i
with cat-o-nlne tails. In COllDectlon't McQueen & Grid!?


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F1 OAK DAILY .. tr -a:J JUi

I ':::;-- 8. Incidents and Illustration, young; men are capable of filling these 'r

SCommissionCo. the subject by the Union positions ts'''unqu st1onabie.. 2

{ CHURCHESWhere 9. Song. The constant cry of the manager !ff

r l 10. Offering. of our- industrial plants*. continuesMr.

11. Roll calL ..Randolph, "that there are BO few
Sunday 12. Song.Benedictloa.. competent mechanics in the south Indicates

; Flour Cigars . . . . . . that the condition shown to

Unl exist in the engineering profession
The Baptist Church. The meets at 6:15 one hour s

Oblisk Anita Fernandez before preaching services You are exists in the trades also..!*. And fur
Ssoifliie Comet, Sunday morning marks the second
i ,_ Invited to be present with us. ther:

-. anniversary since entering the new "We are compelled to face the la-

church, and we shall have appropriate Why sue that unless measures are taken to
eat 'good br such as these brands services at that hour. God has
facilities for the.educa"tIon
give adequate
When you have a tortld liver when Herblne the

of IMPERIAL wonderfully blessed us since then. only liver reguator will help you! and training of our young men
of coffee
bake and drink a cup Ve have received more than 200 into There Is no reason why you should in engineering and the mechanic arts

our felowship since we left the suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation. the glorious privilege of our industrial -
Smoke of this
Gum Cigars
: Chew Taffy courthouse for the new church two possibilities must to
make, Chills and Fever or any liver complaints pass
It is good to think '
years ago. "
feel like when Herblne will cure you. others
If don't you ought to a new about. Be on hand tomorrow
brand. you morn- IF. C. Walt Westvllle Fla., writes: It Is, of course a temporary and ..

a Ing.The was sick for a month with chills partial solace to reflect that the south ",
ordinance of baptism will be has made appreciable strides Ir the
man. I and fever, and after taking two bot-

administered at the night service tles of Herblne, am well and healthy direction of technical education in the H

and also opportunity given for mem ." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company past ftteenears.. Lest such com-

Chewing Gum Coffee bership. Bring your letters or if dw plaisance leads to a relaxation of our

you haven't them come on and Join energies, it is well to remember Mr.Randolph's .

Globe anyway. We will get the letters. sententious warning:
Toll Imperial A Vital Southern Question
Taffy Don't forget the Sunday school at "For every engineer educated in
It would be Imposible for the con-
9:45. Last Sunday we had the
the south 15 are brought from out-
servitlve thought of the south to attach
largest school for months past and i side."

we are hoping for even more heat too much importance to the top- In other words, we have precious
Oak & Commission Co.ESTHER'S ic of technical education. It is not
'Live Brokerage ., Sunday. Let every teacher be present little time to waste in gratulation
enough to know that we are destined
with a heart full of love and a and In the cherishing of designs
by the logic of tangible assets and in
head full of Information for the I which stop short of execution. While
the course of evltable developmentto -
pupils. we are planning additions to our
This Is the stranger's church- I occupy eventually a paramount position technological institutions and promising
in the- industrial activities of
come once and you will come again. I ourselves that In some mysterious -

Our ushers know how to please you the nation. It is of greater moment manner Providence will kindly
to lay such plans as will enable the
and we will all beglad to see you. I I provide the means.for their construction -
native-born southerner to be in 1
and maintenance the industrial
9v every respect the beneficiary of the
Methodist Church.
DUTYto I development of the south is proceeding
south's legitimate growth, calling in
Howard Dutill Pastor. with magical rapidity. Factories
as little as possible of outside aid in
I to htm. ,( : are springing up, power plants are
His family keep ,
Sunday school 9:45 J. E.
a. m..
cell wall and .trout. Eo ay,, ,, l gathering the many-sided harvest
j multiplying, exports are growing
can't bo well and etronr U t ;,r,S :" Wood, Superintendent. with which Providence has so lavishly -
his kidney*are out of order : FI H: I and young men from the north and
Does your back acbe? Have ? + :, Tomorrow is Mission Sunday endowed this territory.The .
yon pains in tae Honor*? Ky 1 west, graduated from the numerous 1
U your nrtno eoantr and t .' special exercises and special offeringfor Manufacturer's Recordof Baltimore -I JI
t and splendid institutions of those
blef colored? Tiles* arcsere r t missions.At .
has been a persistent and an
lrn cUsoaco. 4., sections are occupying the lucrative
Get wen b7 talon[ 1 r 11:00 a. m., the reception of Intelligent advocate of technical ed- I
c s i positions in the vanguard which belong '
DR. M-CZX'S BACXLaCHXXXD k !;! members, baptism and the Lord'sSupper. ucation, as a primary duty of the !
;t; by inherent right to native
KXD2RCT CURE, I f ,. j r Applicants for church- south toward itself and its young i' southerners.The .
a rare, eat. and reliable K* membership and baptism will pleasebe men. In its last issue it publishesan southern people are sufficiently c
euro if It do eu't do what t.,. .. ".er' on hand early. Let parents bring article from L. S. Randolph professor I 1
wo ly busy with complicated problems, it
their children, and let 'make tomorrow
trwutsavts }.4Yil us of mechanical engineering in
m--. Put roureelf on tbe is true but the one outlined in the 1
road to health t -da7 by bur* W--y- t a day of consecration to our the Virginia Polytechnic, In which is
I foregoing is of nature that does
,mss bottle at TOUT drusCUf > God, for "the promise is unto you shown the inability of southern institutions a a
*. Mo and $1 a bottle, 'c : not brook delay or the injection of J
and to your children. to provide in anything like

Epworth League at 3:00 p. m. adequate numbers, men technically parsimony.-Atlanta Constitution. 1

LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. Evangalistic service at 7:30 p. m. capacitated to direct our own Indus- I- Don't Put off *

You are cordially Invited to be present trial enterprises. Using the term for tomorrow what you can do to- 1

---- ---- -- -.- at all of these services. "engineer" in its broader profession I day. If you put off buying a bottleof

al sense as against the faulty use of Ballard's Snow linimenf. when "

"'" "" "'''''''' I .,, ,,,I"'" Epworth League.Dr. the word made in common parlance that paid comes you won't have, any.

I Price."Triumphant' Mr. Randolph proceeds to the follow- buy a bottle today. A positive cure ;

I NOTICEI Grace." ing startling analysis: !! for Rheumatism Burns Cuts. .J

i 1. Song-League:' "The increase In the value of the Sprains, Contracted Muscles, etc.. T.

I Contractors and Prospective Builders: 2. Psalms for responsive reading industrial output of the south in the S. Graham, Pralrte Grove, Ark..

I xxxii xxxiii. last twenty-five years has been about i writes: "I wish te thank you for

3. Song-League. 591 per cent. or 22 per cent per an- !' the good results I received from
4. Bible references. num. In order to supply this de- i Snow Liniment. It positively cured
I "
5. Leader's address. mand on the engineering professionthere me of Rheumatism after others had

will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand \ 6. Brief comments on the lesson. should be added 3,235 en- | failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug

Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. I 7. Solo-Kate Crouch. gineers each year. Adding the loss Company. dw*

8. Offering. from deaths, etc., enumerated above
OUR SPECIALY White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for j I
: prices. 9. League benediction. there should be supplied 3,825 or IGNORED WIFE FOR PET DOG.

--- sixteen times the output of our en- I -

1 lresbyterian Church. gineering colleges. In other words, I She Eloped, He Pursued Hut He Forgot -
The Live Oak Brick & Co.
Supply I
Tomorrow will be an important day for every engineer educated in the : Her on Regaining It.

.. with us, and every member of the south fifteen are brought from out- I Philadelphia. April 6.-Moses H.
] 'I" II; II lfInlli![ ; !::___ '-I: '1 '11'IInIlIlI IIIIIIIIIC. !! church is earnestly requested to be side." Rothermel of Blandon Pa., came

present. The writer elaborates on this com here recently and caused the arrest

At the eleven o'clock service there .ment with a distinctness which should '.'of his wife, who had eloped. De-

will be the celebration of the Lord's have a significance to all southerners tective broke down a door and captnr-

Supper, and the reception of mem- who pretend to recognize the practical -1 ed her with William Manning. Then

E. HumphreysCONTRACTOR bers. proportions of the development the husband forgot all about her In

Preaching at 7:15 p. m. problem. i Ms joy at recovering a pet mongreldog

AND BUILDER Sabbath school at 3:30 In the after- "The above figures are more favorable she had taken with her. Ignoringhis

noon. to the engineering professionthan wife, he picked up the animal and

Everyone is cordially limited' to I to any others, for the southern pressed It to his breast.

Proprietor worship with us. technical colleges have, as a rule I So Interested In the dog was

I far more engineering students than i Rothermel that he had not taken the

Florida Novelty Works Stronddvt'nt Christian Church. those of any other line of work. In trouble to swear out the warrant up-

some of them over'one-half of the on which his wife and Manning were
services tomorrow at 11a.
technical students in the arreited This done by the woman's
See before house. Everybodyelse are engineering was
me building .
your m., and 7:30 p. m.
courses."Furthermore father. Both prisoners were
Elder J. T. Butler will
speak on
does. the Imperpect and arraigned and placed In the custody
the subject of "Sanctiflcation" at the
inadequate equipment In the tech of a constable to be taken to Blandon.
morning service.At .
Residence and office Phone 188. nical schools in the south preventsthe
the evening service, the subject Just Itemu.e -
training of our young men In that
will be: "The Importance! of Sound your rough; Is only In the throat andi
thorough manner which Is necessaryto
Doctrine." i does not trouble you now. don't
win the confidence of capitalists
Sunday school at lOa. m. j think t! at It needs no atentlon. WhenIt
"]I'' I( III 1111 II 11'l'lI'l' II I ; ; II III I 111 IIIlrlllllllIII Prayer meeting Tuesday night.A and the investing public. has not had much of a start Is the
"Again In order to get this
cordial welcome to all at the time to check It. The slightest
thorough training, the majority of
Second Advent Christian church. cough easily leads to Pneumonia
We aiming at our technical graduates go: to northern -
are Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle -
western manufacturing
Episcopal Church. of Halla rd.. Horehound Syrup will
establishments thus drawing off our i
reJ Services tomorrow morning at 11 cure ttat couxh.; The price puts It
best men to other field
and at 7:30 p. m. "From one institution alone at i within reach of all. SoW by Suwan

FOR OUR Sunday school at 10 a. m. least 80 tier cent of the mechanicaland I nee Drug Co. dw
All are cordially invited to attend.lluptM .
electrical men have sought employment IHsminwrl.Gaint
I'rrnragc' l .- .
In northern and western Industrial I
+aville. Ga.. April ,.-The first
1 1908 Young People's Union. ,
Sunday School Jan. I establishments, and of the
I peonage; Subject, "The Consecration of One total number of the<< graduate: withIn -
:: : ty was that before United States

We Must Not Miss It 1 Day Leader in Set, en.Mr."R. H. Haddock. are the employed last ten in years the not south.20 per cent I Commissioner J. II Gaston this we k.

. I ; The defendants were W. C. and J. C
1. 'This means that the men who lead
Maddox. of Jackson county, two well
2. Scripture reading. Jeremiah in the development of the south must
known farmers, who were charged
17:19-27. be brought from other pans and '
with holding a negro boy. named
S. i I Ifi 3. Prayer. I that our young men must either KO Jackson Allen As there was not
P. MAYS with the subordinate
Superintendent 4. Song. I away or be content sufficient evidence brought 011to
5. "The Value of the Lord's Dayto positions. In the cotton mill
sustain the charge the defendantswere
MII Christianity as an Jnstltutlon"I the power development plant the
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I II II III I'' If I:i l'': : IL'' liberated by the commissioner.
Leader. railway and the machine shop. fif

6. Song. teen-sixteenths of the superintendents Il'OIEriis.ilnffiYI

ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRATs 7. Paper. "What the Lord's Day I engineers managers etc.. must .

Does for Us." I be brought from outside The our I Hake Ki n.y. .IM. Bu.e*.r A set

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TALLAHASSEE' LETTER.Interesting In the Senate John Beard la probably i tense will begin'his ramming op address sabsebed- j.. Ml tkl*k MT ..Udd !'RtIlE

the' most -atrildnr perao naritT. : to the )ery. District Attorney ditty far "AC we4 te perleci. -

i. Item Gathered by dorRegular Distinguished in face and ,manner Jerome.decided" late today not'to apply Salt pools of water and you kilt the c.a.

Correspondent.* >C and mental attainments and thoroughly i to the appellate division of the lyarvae; oil pool of> water and yea

rtQ, r,(J Jefferson BelL) : in ..earnssSe he holds the _attention supreme- ';court for a writ of prohibi- knock- out ti. movgtHo:to too p- pa

:. t r fe of ,,W 1f bearers. tWJiat he tion or mandamus to 'halt the triaL stage; but let .hjtlt :&fP!' vU& aad

f! Tallahassee.. 1 April>> ST.-Everything will acsrompiishls yet )fc.be. proved He reached this decision. It was said he U your tioss.**,. .... .

4 Is harmonious,. everybody was, unanimous Mr. Beard will be a candidate for after"a consultation D with eminent '.., '

t In, ,the organization, of the Senate 'Sunset.: "' '.t' : OW4LOCALS.w.
the United States against o uYZ olz. rDR
f legislature,. or It, appeared ,outwardlyso t.1.1,' a > '1' Zoo'" .,... .' ,
rife'xt :
In the campaign
Senator Mallory -
. I at the cause us Monday night Sea I J.
Dr. Theop West of Jackson county, 110810m VIEWS IT. R. Thurstonwife and son left 'w:
atof J- arri* was. made president
and Senator James E. Broome of -- for Jacksonville this morning
I the Senate and Mr. Matthews, speak Physician and
' t: er without I'a dissenting rote. Mr. Gadsden are two men who add distinction Tbe Governor-elect Thinks It Ia a"Boost" Mrs. Thurston's father Is the president

: Ansteyard went like a lamb to thI" e to the senatorial body. Both .. for Kooscrrlt. of the baseball association and Oke' Carref B ,

slaughter without a murmur and are gentlemen of the old school, with Atlanta. Ga. April bAsked for they go there to witness the opening Restdeney at Eh4rf.s.om.a

Mr. Kellum bore off the clerkship of charming manners, and delightful his views ppon the Harrtman-Rooae-! game Monday They like Live Oak )(.IA.R .
old-time _co rtllness. Dr. West is and' will probably remain here A_.
the House without a protest. Not velt Imbroglio over the Question of per ; )1.a U irk

I" until nominations were made for serving his first term. Mr. campaign contributions and others, manenUt. Dr e ate.()ard.,j Cae,

doorkeeper In the House was there Broome...has served. three terms in Gor.-elect Hoke Smith said. In part: E. BROOME --

any excitement. For a while It looked the senate: and Is known as one of "The criticism and attacks upon Those who contemplate sending' ,

old the orators of that body. Har- out circulars for the spring trade
like popular Dan Wiggins tbe President by such a man as

would lose out as his opponent not riman are calculated only to Increase should call neon or write G.o. Butler ATTORNEY&COUNSZLOI>
E a
only "was a Confederate veteran, but The Sew Dairy. the popularity of Roosvelt with thpeople e at the Democrat once, la Uv ; UT' OAL r I .

tad killed Indians,"-but hilt sn pLivo Oak Fla., April 4, 1907. of America..** Oak. He has a printed' list of 25.-I _,
; porters stood firm and he was nomi To the Editor of the Democrat and 000 white citizens of Florid from win.rsed.W tt..tin.i..a p..ta..fa.tq..

ic nated. A picturesque Incident developed the buyers of milk In LIve' Oak GATHERING POSTAL.DATA 38 counties and 4SO postoffleea. most % to stn Aa >rSas s s" V+blt.raav

when Mr. Dnpont pf,St. Johns Greeting: of whom are farmers, fruit and vegetable lvnuo 1r.rs ai la st

insisted that the candidates for read- I am now ready to start my dairy Clerks are Sending Out Blanks to growers. The price Is only $3 iii:

Ing clerk should give a demonstration business and will sell you both milk.. O4.OO9 Postmasters of the t: S. fee the entire list, postpaid. L 'DIXON.

of their ability to read so thattbe and but'er.. -'
Washington April 5.-The post
l house could decide,entirely upon; I have had much experience In this Dr. New Ian. son of Senator New- DENTIST.OrropprfTiA
office department is just beginning to .
t' the merits of the two candidates. line of business, and feel confident realize what monumental task Un, acompanied by his wife and

Col Nat R. Walker, pf Wafculla., easily that Ishall, be able'to give you entire two daughters, arrived here this ;, CftowN AX t j
for the anual
congress set it In post
%Voxx. '
l walked off with the honors in the satisfaction. My cows shall be well office morning from Sanford. The death SrlaaLTIIY
appropriation bill In respect to
f' contest falling.. inl2. his familiar fed and kept in healthy condition, of the Senator was unknown to them
: tte gathering of data on every class T. 'J.
swinging Intonation_ as naturally as and the, product handled with the until they were Informed' the same LYLE i
of mail, matter the weighing and
If he was in the middle of a session greatest care and cleanliness. Y by the ,Democrat reporter.. While Practical
transportation of the mails.A .
i Either by accident design the se Everything shall be up-to-date in the death was expected they were
force 04 twenty to thirty clerks AND JiSS
section read was Governor Drew'scontract the "Success Dairy" and no books has been wrapplng-and mailing to all very much shocked when they heard

with Sydney I. Wailes, out will be kept. I shall offer to sell of ItMr. year's experitme
the railroads a list of questions which
i t of whIch grew the famous WailesClaim yon tickets good for one pint or one the officials of mail-carrying roadsare Good stock of Watches always ss]

1 which like Banquos, ghost quart, and the milk will be deliveredin S L. Bowen. of t sync. \V. +
expected to answer. One section *
: stalks the legislature halls. clean glass bottles which you will of the law which is giving the Ca.. writes: "I was a sufferer from L.EL KOMMOM. A.S.I

please wash and return when the next Kidney disease so that at times I
department mnch and thetarrylng I &
eo concern
t The most interesting contest in the one is delivered. I shall be delighted could not get out of bed and when ROBERSON sM59
out of, which the officials
House caucus was among the pages"Tbere : to receive'jour order b> telephona eon r are more than confident will seriously I did. I could not stand straight. I -

": f were sixteen candidates.. the street. disturb the smooth operation of took Foleys Kidney Cure. One dollar ATTORNEYS;- AT: LAS

f.1., i- Melton, of Duval moved that all the I am writing especially to those bottle and part of the second
the service and untold : Stat.J
cause delays Will, do general practice ia
i. candidates stand out In a row so that who are not now being supplied ith cured "
me entirely.
Foley's Kidney
which will reach a surprising Federal Courts.
be could ee them all. "Boys are milk; I do not ask you who are receiving is aggregate Cure works wonders where others ::1".

r my weal ess. ,enjlained Uncle Steve, good service to forsake the as follows: are total failures.' City Pharmacy BOOMS 1 AXD S [UrsST .nuL Lxwn fc n

"It ,usetJ'"'io be grels.; but new It Is old one for the new because I know "The postmaster general shall dw 'pBOMBNo.ua.UVK .
cause a record to be kept from July OAK. tCLINTON rL0waOLr.
boys. So a row of bright faced that God will bless and greatly prosper -
o 1 tQ Decembej-t1907, inclusive of
boys faced the crowd.
me in Live Oak without injuryto J. B. Barton and D. L. Byrd have
J\e weight in pounds, respectively, of 11& :3AD
r Among the candidates ,was, a boy another. i J
k- 3rat second-cla.ss. sold all their sawmill timber in Su- .
free Cares C.irss P.
about twelve or fourteen of While v. w .w.e
years age I have the, opportunity wannee to' Wt L. Tedder
county and
the oidest of a family of six fatherless allow 'te-pound rate and transient, third-
me tell you (not boastingbut
[ ?lass, and fourth-class matter and all associates the consideration being t
children.' In
nominating him In much love and humility) thatas
20000. This is of the
; one biggest
franked andpenalty and the & M
his friend said. "This boy has got I am a Christian It will be Im- In timber deals that has taken place in
r to be a father to those six fatherless possible for me to deliver milk to equipment, gari1ied! connection
this county In a long time and means ,
children.and the dear little man tbe therewith. tT.h officials. say this
I you on Lord.s'day. for He is my much for Suwannee.
Messrs Barton
-stuck.;out,.hia chest and looked determined i Lord and my God whom I so dearly section alone sill be sufficient to and Byrd will invest this lu'' ....
cause them jto:turn but there money --
father gray
enough to a whole love,and 1 cannot, will not so offend Industries i
here and Mr. Tedder and
are other records
p colony. You do not wonder that he Him. In walking closely with Him, required which will

J was ,nominated on the first ballot. He bas revealed a great secret to me mean just a much additional work associates sawmill In will the either build another Wholesale acid :Jtl
and county or'employ a
to of incon-
worry nothing
that I love Him and believe His
4 vlence to the large force of hands to remove the J
'. Tallahassee is bad blessed Word that I 8E1vlce.
a place for anyone shall be greatly timber and
The department must transport it to the mill :
or anything with a shady past blessed in this present time and prepare at Fenholloway. tailDealersinFloda

Just now. The spirit of Investigation in the time to come I shall receive blank forms fox every kind and class

is rampant. Governor Broward is life eternal. I have sought first (and of mail matter for the nearly 64,000

calling loudly for investigations and found) the Kingdom of God and His postmasters ins the United States to Auditorium There was a nice crowd at the and WesternMEATS
in last night to witness the
use making their
the legislators likewise righteousness and on.
are callingfor all these thingsare
roller skating contest The contest-
is stated that when
an Inquiry
investigations. The whole bodyis daily added to me. ,
similar ants were all dressed In white, and
to this made
was in 1881 itwas
resolving itself into a huge inter So then for six days in the week

rogation point. The officials are justas I am willing and anxious to serve found that nineteen-twentieths presented an attractive apearance.
of the postmasters of the The first prize, $2.50 was given to
anxious to'be investigated as the you but on the seventh I am sure you
could not make I Miss Hallie Mardre and the secondto
legislators are to investigate, so if will grant to me and mine what you out a correct report,

the public does not get all the Infor- ourselves so much.enjoy. the troubles that will come to the de- Master Harry Edwards. Dr
aartnent official Is Price. Horry Hair and W. R. Thurs-
Fl mation that is coming to It, It will Hoping you will accept my humble apparent.A
not be for lack of zeal at the capitaL apology, and thanking you in advancefor committee of the department is ton were the judges.: One of the Phone 24.

jour kind patronage. I beg to to have supervision of this special specialties of the occasion was tbe
work and the law entrance of Marvin Butler and Jack
requires them
Notwithstanding the published report Yours very truly,
of the State Auditor upon the o W. F. TUMMO D. to congress by May 1, 1908. Taylor as black artists, and they Promdt delivers

accounts of tbe Trustees of the InIt. Phone 107. Additional room will have to be created no end of amusement Joe

acquired by the department In whichto finely might have done better akd.
ternal Improvement Fund the Gov- ---- ----

ernor Insists that every official act of \\OHL A SWIMILEK. handle this new business and provision ing had he not ran up against Mar anywhere in tj

It. Y the Boards from the beginning of the was made for it in the appropriation vin Butler's rubber snakes. f

i i trust shall be subjected to the clos- New Orleans Man Negotiated Thousands act which carried $300,000 -

est scrutiny Governor Broward Is of Dollars in KVadulent for the purpose of this inquiry into There was a lively scrap on the City.
postal affairs. porch of the Ethel hotel this
properly angry and is firing hot shot Stock. morn-
! Ing between B. F. Coachman, of this
into the ranks from which have come $10.00
i t Orleans April 5.-Since the KILLING city and a drummer REWARD
j t all manner of insinuations of wrong disapearance a
of E.'ohl
who is being
purchase of a piece of Will be paid *"
L and mismanagement. machinery by me for Inform*
'k hunted ,
by the police, bogus certificates An Evpert: in New Orleans Urges from him by Messrs. Coachman and that will lead to the conviction

Hon. R. Pope Reese of Escam- five thousand for one hundred and twenty senor Salt and Oil. Hopson which proved unsatisfactory parties who stole or burned bes *|
F dollars worth of
t bia county succeeding in passing a of the Whitney Central National (Jacksonville Metropolis.) He called up Coachman over the front of my More Wednesday aif

i bill relating to local affairs in Pen- telephone cursing him for a liar and April 3, 107 CEO WOLTt
Bank signed by Wohl, has been Dr. W. T. O'Reilly city health officer
sacola the first day of the session.Mr. pre- a thief and offered him $10 to come
sented to the bank of Xew
by innocent hold Orleans is
making some down to the
Reese has created a very favora- hotel All who know
ers. Writ of attachments experiments with the
,, ble Impression at the capital and will aggregat- common swamp Mr. Coachman know that he lost no TUOIPSON'AR '
ing twenty-five thousand dollars have mosquito hoping to find
some effec- time In
be one of the influential members of i reaching the hotel, and angry
been fled Itve Drays and
against the property left by culicide. words Delivery W
the House. He Is a young man full were passed, when he slaps
of energy and vigor with an- appearance Wohl. In his ofilce, says a New Orleans ped- Coachman's face. The latter Furniture moving a spec
I. he
paper was spending
and manner that beget confi- considerabletime responded with some heavy blows STOVE WOOD
t .ARTILLERY 1)iSTI11CT5. and fully devoted "
swamp about
dence. Another young man whose head, and he was knock :

: influence in the House will be felt is One of Them Has Been and fully developed swamp ed down and out before he could Any length delivered to any p*|
Created for mosquitoes In. a quart
lIon. Ion L. FarrIs of Duval county. jar The"wrigglers" draw his pistol which fell from bis of city
Tampa.Washington. promptly. Give'mfrusines.
were obtained
I feel a special pride in Mr Farris' from a pocket, but was not discharged. ,B,..

career. He is a Marion county boy April 5,-Artillery gutter whose water was so dirty that.It standers separated the combatants Phone 55.

who has by sheer force of characterand district of San Diego has been reestablished I tad to be disposed of and th"wigglers" e I the drummer left for Jacksonville;

his by a special order from placed In clear water. and Coachman H. J.
OViD ability made a most enviable This went home. It was MORRIS
: the War Department. transfer process killed eradicate short :
record as a lawyer and a man. a but very vicious and bloody

Marion county has a good working New artillery districts have been the swamp. mosquito.Dr. fight and the drummer got no omre ;. Contractor and Bu

r ,team, in Hon. E. L. Wartman and created as follows: Artillery districtof O'Reilly says that while In the than he reserved as he was entirely Apply for plans
Hon. George C. Matthews. Mr. Cape Fear. including Fort Caswell constantly dumped to blame, and brought the trouble and
Wartman Is serving his second term ti. C.; artillery district of Tampa into the stagnant pools of water will about. specifications.

and has a strong following. )Ir. including Fort Dade, Fla.; and Fort eradicate the swamp mosquito. Office on Ohio Ave., A. t L Cn3|
DeSoto, Fla. "But when the fullfledged '
Wartman applies the honesty and integrity mosquito The Price of Health - ---

that mark him in private life gets his wings and goes into "The price of health In a malarious 1*

,. tohis, official conduct. Mr. Matthews Trial of Harry K. Thaw Will Be Resumed the air there is no way of killing him district Is Just 25 cents the i
: ;
i enjoys the distinction of haTing heldan Monday. off sulphur: 'said will the doctor. "0 f course a box of Dr. King's :New Life cost Pills of;. DR. CHAS. C. TAYLOR,
him In
American consulship under Prr esdew York, April 5.-The -trial of a closed writes Ella Slayton. of :Noland. Ark
room but in '
ident- .Cleveland at Para. BraziL His e Harry K. Thaw will proceed on Mon monarch of all the he open air he is New'u/e. pin_cleanse geatly and iron I VETERINARY.

a good speaker and will be Interested day morning when Delphin M. Del- surveys and ca part new-lif and vigor to the
e prey sys
upon Solicits
in good measures. mas, ,the leading counsel for the de- freely without tem. JSe. Satisfaction I your patronage Offie
't',:.i::=:- fear save when trapped and at Barclay & Groo.Tfl; guaranteed ; at resi3eaee_ftMM. (rings) 1 ir ,
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