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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 8, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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 Subjects
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 )
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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
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IL No 238. LIVE OAK FLORIDA MONDAY, APRIL 8, 19O7. TEN CENTS A WEED
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TODAY WHEN DELMAS I HE FOUND HIS SPEECH IN HOTELAT 6
TAKES UP HIS PLEA MADISON
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fOR THE SANE PRISONER BUSINESS OF A PMMIST

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I. Judge Fitzgerald's Court and It IseIieved 1 Carried Another Man's Salt of Clothe
Case Will Go to Jury On |, to Valdosta-WaS Arrested and

or Before Thursday Brought Back to Madison

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\etr York April 7.=When Judge Madison April 6.-Last Monday
Fitzgerald tomorrow morning announce night a man registered at the Lines
formally the findings of the / j tS ; t. e V bouse as Prof. G. Willis Curtis, and* I
In lunacy which inquired I with his wife
tomiaissiog was assigned a room.
lato the present mental condition of I The next morning he was found to "
gjrry K. Thaw, the curtain will rise % be a deaf and dumb palmist who I
oa the last act of the long case. was desiring to pull aside the veil
. Dr. Allen McLane Hamilton, who wtzzfL(4i from the future "lor $1.00 per head.
when District At- I
wu on the stand His business was not proper-
torney Jerome asked for the appointment ) ous. principally for the reason that
of the commission, will, it is < some travelling men at the hotel had I
understood, be recalled and allowed I heard him talking in Live Oak the
to retire without further examination. day before. After supper, about a
Mr. Delmas, it is said, will ask dozen travelling men in the hotel of-
an adjournment until 2 o'clock tomorrow fice sent for the palmist to come
afternoon. It is because he down, which te did at once. With
finds it impossible to make his ad- { his ready pencil and tablet he wrote
dress to the jury in one day that be J L out the fortunes, past and future, of
=will make his opening tomorrow af- several. The men knowing his deaf
ternon to leave him the full day and dumb nature to be only assumed,
Tuesday In which to conclude his ; were anxious to find out his reason
summing up. \,. / for travelling in this manner. They
Mr Delmas remained at his home ..tQQJr: G,>.__ 'C'Y' ..t.,> _,bAt finally, by threats, got him to talk.
today putting the fininshing toucheson He said in explanation of his assumed
his plea.District role, that he was under an oath to
length he came close to me, and than he knee d down again kissed Vi. ground and laid his head upon the
Attorney Jerome is expected support himself for two years as a
ground, and. taking me by the foot sec my foot upcn his head. This, it ;:ems, was in tsl.en of wearing to be
to occup/ three or four hours of deaf and dumb man, and to reportto
slave forever."-Robinson Crusoe.
Wednesday, and his summing up may my _Rochester $ .,:,ald. Chicago August 17. 1907, with a
take more time. There will then re- wife whom he had won as a deaf and
main only Justice Fitzgerald's charge dumb man. His stories conflicted in

which before will the case not be goes later to than the Thurs jury/' CAM)N BACK fROM CANAL SENATOR TO BE ELECTED THE DANGER OF FLOODGREAT cided several to details let him yet alone those, provided present de-he

day, unless unforseen obstacles arise. leave the state.
Should the jurors fail to agree they ,. He left for Valdosta on the 6:40
will probably be locked up for the | trail the next morning and nothingwas
THIS SENATORIAL DISTRICT TO FEAR IS ENTERTAINED
SAYS \ARRANGEMENTS PROGRESSING
night thought of the man until the
ELECT SUCCESSOR TO SENATOR fin SAFETY OF PITTSBURG
NICELY ALL WELL
liost of the jurors nave had pre- clerk of the hotel reported that a
rions experience in criminal cases. NEWLAN t suit of new clothes and av pair of
Three have set ,in homicide cases before shoes belonging to a guest of the
and eight have been jurors in HE IS MIGHTY WELL PLEASEDepresi TO COME WITHOUT WARNING house had been taken from the room
criminal cases, where the charge was ON MAY SECOND IS THE DATE I I which the palmist and his wife had
other than murder. Only one man occupied.The .
never has been on a jury previously.Of train on which they had gone
the three men who have sat in sl>ion In Wall Street Does XotHt"pnsent Government Engineers Fear Flood I was not to Valdosta yet so Prof.
homicide cases, one was on a jury the True Condition of Governor Rrovvard Has Called Election Disaster, and When It Comes It I W. B. Cate wired the chief of policeat
that brought In a verdict of acquittal the Country Says lion. Cannon and It Has Been AttestedBy Will He Like Jamestown Flood Valdosta to arrest the man. In

; the second man served in two Secretary of State an hour or so Sheriff Stanton received -
cases In each of which the verdictwas a message to come and get the man
murder in the first degree, and New York, April 8.-Joseph G. Pittsburg, April 8.-J. W. Arras woman and clothes. This he did re-
the third man was on a jury that Cannon, speaker of the house of re- Tallahassee, April 8, 2 p. m.-Gov- of the United States engineer's crops, turning to Madison on the late train
brought in a manslaughter verdict. presentatives, stepped off the steamer ernor Broward has just signed a proclamation who has charge of the building the last night.
Thaw passed a quiet day In the 'Blucher yesterday from a month's calling a special election' dams in the Ohio and Allgheny riversin The woman explained the matterby
Tombs, reading the papers and writ- I I pleasure jaunt to the West Indies, In the Seventh Senatorial District on I this vicinity has submitted a re- saying she thought the clothes belonged
ing. He was In unusually good spirits Venezuela and Panama. Thursday, May the second, to fill the port to the government and made to her husband, as* be had referred
and attended religious services. With several other congressmen, vacancy caused by the death of Sen- public Saturday, in connection with to them as being some new
The following statement was made Speaker Cannon has been the guestof ator Newlan. The proclamation has the recent flood here in which he says clothes he had bought.
tonight by Mr. Delmas: Congressman William M. McKinley been attested by the Secretary of the Pittsburg, like Johnstown, is in The couple claim to have been mar-
"Dr. Allen McLane Hamilton will of Illinois.Congresman. State. danger of devastation some day bya ried 'recently in DeLand, where the
be the first witness called when the James S. Shermanwas flood causing the loss of thousands woman has been teaching German '
trial is resumed tomorrow. His ex- a member of the party. When UUSSE IS SWORN IN. of lives and millions of dollars worthof s!.e says. 1
amination had not been finished asked concerning the campaign con- property. Mr. Arras reports that Curtis pleaded guilty at his trial
*nen the proceedings were postponed tributions of the fall of 1904, Mr. First Republican Mayor of Chicagoin when the catastrophe occurs it will this morning before Judge Martin.
by the application for the appoint- Sherman said: Ten Years. come with just as little warning as The court then fined him $150, or six
ment of a commission In lunacy by "Gentlemen I am now giving a Chicago, April 8.-The Board of I did the one in the Conemaugh val- months in jail. Curtis gave notice 1
tie district attorney. It has not correct imitation of a sphynx." Election Commissioners Saturday an- ley. that he would file motion for a new
been decided by the counsel for the Of the work on the canal Speaker nounced that the official plurality of I trial and went back to jail.
defendant: whether Mrs. Evelyn Nes- Cannon said: Frederick A. Busse, the Republican SAVANNAH GIRL MARRIED. a
bit Thaw will be called to the wit- "I am mighty well pleased and candidate in the recent election, was I Despite the Efforts Made by Motherto NOTICE.A j
ness stand." agreeably surprised as was every 12,823. Stop Her.TimesUnion.. directors' meeting of the Pro- j
member of our party with the progress Mr. Busse was Saturday sworn in
I ducers Warehouse Co., will meet at ,
AT Mayor of Chicago. He will be In- ( .)
THE MBTIIOIIIST CIIUHCH of the Panama canal. It is a as my office on Saturday the 20th, to I
April 15. :Mayor Busse is I "Detain Ethel Carlton on Atlantic J
YESTERDAY.Morning mere question of work, which is be- augurated discuss matters of business to the
ing done rapidly under a splendid the first Republican to occupy the Coast Line train. Mother will be company.
Service Demoted to Reception sjstem. If I was paying for the job mayoralty chair during the past ten there soon." CHAS. H. BROWN, PresidentLive -1
of Members and the myself I would slap the boys on the years. I This is a copy of a message received Oak, Fla.
Sacrament.A I back and say 'Hustle along and get This unexpected step on the partof from Savannah Saturday afternoon .
large congregation was In at- the dirt out' Mr. Busse leaves Chicago with two from Mrs. E. A. Charlton and after a few angry words blessed
tendance at the Methodist church at I Speaker Cannon said the present nominal Mayors. Mayor Dunne and after the Atlantic Coast Line the newly wedded couple and re- 1
both hours yesterday. At the morning depression in Wall street did not in has not formally turned over the of- train from the Georgia city had ar- turned to her Savannah home.
service, the sermon was dispensed any way represent the condition of fice to his successor and Busse has rived. William Mock who is employed j
With as the time was taken up with the country. Values, he said are not assumed office in detail. This The police were handicapped, not by the Atlantic Coast Line as a yard i j
the reception of members, administ- jusct as good as ever and the country situation was the cause of much dis- having any clue to work on other hostler, formerly resided In Savan-
ering the ordinance of baptism and I has just as abundant resources as cussion, but the opinion generally ex- than the young lady's name, but they nah, but was recently transferred to a I
Partaking of the Sacrament. Twenty- I pressed was that complications were continued their serch in the city un- Jacksonville.He .
three members were received in full ever.When he took his place before the hardly probable. til midnight Saturday night, but and Miss Charlton were sweethearts J
connection, fourteen of whom also custom Inspector to make his decla- I Democrats declare that Mayor gained no knowledge of the young in the Georgia city, but there
received ordinance of baptism. The ration the speaker said: Busse cannot qualify until the cor- woman's whereabouts. was some objection to their marriage
Pastor spoke earnestly to his mem- "Yes, I have a few articles to de- I' poration counsel and the City Council Yesterday morning Mrs. Charlton Miss Charlton finally decided to runaway 1
bers of the great responsibility of the clare. Here is a necklace rare, very approve of his bond, but Mr. Busse's appeared at police headquarters at and after making all the nec- 4
proper training of the many children rare. It is for my granddaughter, attorneys insist that that formalityis an early hour and said that her essary preparations, landed In Jack-
who are uniting with the church. and it cost 25 cents. Here is a col- not necessary should Busse find it daughter had run away from hometo sonville Saturday afternoon on the
Brother Dutlll actually to assume charge be married. Atlantic Coast Line train.
has taken advisable
a special |
up lection of deads, also rare, costing
work along this line by holding a 50 cents. I guess that lets me out." of the Mayor's office before April 15. Detective Robert R. Boggs was She was met by Mr. Mock and .J
children's: meeting every Friday This is the date on which the City placed on the case and located the they soon secured a license and were 1!
afternoon. Great good has already the Lord's Supper was partaken and Council meets to approve of the bondof young woman at, the St. George hotel quietly married then engaged tem-
grown Out of these meetings and the services closed by benediction.At the new Mayor. In the past the she politely informing"the detec- porary rooms at the St. George hotel.
hOW far reaching the Influence of the night service, the pastor Mayor-elect has been sworn in on the tive that she was now Mrs William 1
them will be Council his Mock. Sheriff Purvis was here on business
approved
no one can measure. preached an able sermon on "The night the City
After the reception of ambers Guilty Man's Need of God." bond. The mother was soon at the hotel this morning from Lake City. 1 ,'i


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MPnf>UDlOnla'S Deadly Work j I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. . . . . thirty minutes' duration wsal
has so seriously affected my right Z 1_ I T I Iii i Il tl II II I 1 nil I oel shape,_and Its roarse' 1

lung" writes Mrs. Fannie Connor,I Men who know GOOD clothing and No reports have bees, > 4.-

of Rural Route I, Georgetown Tenn., I Don't Delay Seeing Our its fine points-men who want to other points. _

'that I coughed continuously night : keep up to. the latest style--come tothat *
and the eighbors predic An Insidious 4
and day
as for their .clothing, knowing
'
) tlon1onsumptlonseemed inevitable -, Large and Superb Showing here they can always get precisely One of the worst -.

until my husband brought homea ney trouble Is that It Is g
what they want at the price they wish : g
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, : disease and before thg
of Suits for to We satisfy taste In vfcam1tis
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Spring pay. every
which In my case proved to be the I danger he may have a &J
dress. The business of this
only real cough cure and restorer of growing dy. Take Foleys
Kidney
weak, sore lungs." When all other I| Men and Young Men.store best attests the Intrinsic merit first sign of trouble as tt Caj coj- |

remedies utterly fall, you may still i apparel we sell-the noted regularities and prerwtj

win In the battle against lung and disease and diabetes
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throat troubles with New Discovery MICHAELSSTERNFINE macy. -

the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar I

clay & Groover druggists. 50c and CLOTHINGwhich I I TO AUGUSTA. G3,\

$1.00. Trial bottle free. dw-I Daily through Pullman

Is so smart In style and workmanship that It keeps j sleeping' car leaves Jac _

WON 1)ERFUL CLUB OFFI:n. the custom-tailors awake at night wondering how to hold at 8:05 p. m., via Atl&uSc.

their customers. Line and arrives Augosu

What Five Dollars and SeventyFiveCents Our Easter showing of the season's correct fashion Is j morning at T:40.a. m. For
\ {: % 1
Will IK). s ready Now is really the best time to select your clothes reservations, see the Atlaati:

This paper,at quite an expense and : w for Easter while every style and fabric Is here fresh from Line agents or writ to
JL great'deal of work, has arranged a Y
club offer of fourteen well-known the makers' hands. For selection we offer: I Boylston. District Passenger

Fapers and Magazines including the Atlantic Coast Line, 1

LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for ; { Spring Sack Suits at $10 to $25 Florida. -
only $:i.7d. Realizing that we could
largely increase our circulation we r

entered into a contract to use the Important Meeting

Papers and Magazines that compose ti # The Board of Stewart
this Club. The Daily Democrat does
not make a cent out of this offer. l Methodist church will hold uii

In fact we lose money, but by In- ..' ... 4 ,7t I f ant meeting at the chnrc&

creasing our circulation we can secure : The matter of remodeling tke
more advertising and also get a better f be before us. We twill
rate for same. No paper ever be- desire t(;
fore made an offer that equals ours. attendance, and Invite other

Every paper goes to you for one full Boy's SuitsOur i + pf the church who are inietest
r ; year. All are well known and long meet with us.
established and worth maRY times the __

price we ask. They are from the price of Boys High Grade L!
South, North, East and West Their
Clothing Is the best ever shown In -- 2Tf I IA
combined values including the Live LIQUID COLD G!
Oak Daily Democrat Is over '$13.00. the city. We have them in all the

We are only able to make this offer latest patterns from -ANDLAXATIVE --.
for a very short time and it will posi
tively be withdrawn soon. If you COUGH SI
want the best bargain ever offered S $3to$7 -
you order the Club now. Do not -
wait, for you may nesitate too long. : I
If you are already a subscriber to any

or all of the papers in the Club your ... THE OR11DE
time will be extended one year from --tMT.*IM MUM.. I I

date of your order. Probably you do MICHAELSSTERNFINE CLOTHING t' NEW

not care to have all of the Papers and "s.. ..... a> e*
Magazines sent to your address. If -.... '
not, you can split the Club and have ROYAL BRAND .
them sent ot any number of different
addresses or two or more parties can
come in together and divide the Club
among themselves. On acount of the Tie Rid Clever BIMSVBI as* Qe tmtjl*
limited time that we will be able to BUTLER : Brery Settle.
make this wonderful offer we will be BROS.'Mens' i
I "A Cold or
a Couch nearly alwap!
J I f
unable to furnish sample copies to: ducea
constipation-th water tU mat-
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anyone. We take in
pleasure givinga
eyes. nose and throat instead of
short sketch of each in the .f paswu.
paper the system through the liver ant tea
Club. Outfitters. : For the want of moisture the"..!"&
THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of I dry and hard." Nearly all ether eeIIP
Memphis, Tenn.. is !n its seventeenth are constipating especially those cestal

year.15th of It each is published month. monthly Colonel on Hugh the ; i'i ;I :: lIjlllililj: ,ilil;' I : : '. '; i : :i. I : !N.H 1 I i Tar Opiates.moves Kennedy's tho bowels Laxative contains KMjfl M Oiaaj

T. Bedford. Its odttnr. Is One Of the : -
!
best-known agricultural writers in the KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE
how to *
United States. He lives on his model 'ojtJfIK'Utlidti per. Anyone that has chickens pig 'meat under the head of "Embroidery
farm Most victims of appendicitis are eons, pet stock, turkeys, geese, ducks "
near Memphis and also has a also a department of "Amusing!
large cotton plantation in Mississippiand those who are habitually constipated. etc.. will not only save but make i the Children," and another one-under

an orange and fruit farm in Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures moneby having this well-known the head of "Home and How to vowrAlslNG
Florida. He is ably assisted magazine before them. If anyone Really Make "
by a chronic constipation by it Home, and another
large number of department editors, stimulating takes this publication and does not department under the
head HONEYANDTA
the liver and bowels and restores the say that it is of "Our
special writers and correspondents.The one of the best of its I Beauty Doctor." There
Journal makes a specialty of its natural action of the bowels. Orino kind, and is as handsome readableand other interesting articles are many
in *
Cotton, Manufacturing, Lumber and Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- valuable a poultry paper 'as is lication which space alone forbids this pub i Relieves, Colds by wortiagtal
Industrial Departments, in additionto published, we will send same to them to mention. us j of the system through a copious tcHnl
seate or gripe and is mild and pleas- three I Any subscriber to this r the bowels.
months
having full and complete depart- as an absolute present. Clubb will after
,
reading
this
ant to take.
ments of the Home Garden, Fruit Refuse substitutes. THE UMAX'S IIOMK JOl'UXAL we believe, renew their subscription paper I lIS'RcUnes Coughs by cleani(

Farm, Poultry, Cattle, Live Stock; City Pharmacy. dw* is published in Boston, and no matter for same from year to year without strengthening the the mucous roent
I throat chest
and broocbiftta
etc. It Is very readable and full ol f what price is paid for a similar publication any solicitation upon the part of any- lungs .
bright snappy news and contains 32 able publications of its kind publlsh- no one will be able to securea one. For Croup Whooping CoB ><,ta&

pages. eded in the United States. It is publication at the same price which All of the Influenza, Bronchitis, sad aQ
THE AMERICAN FARMER, of Indianapolis printed on heavy book paper and contains will equal this one. It is published in Papers above Magazines and Colds, Lung' and Bronchial &ItctIGII
Ind., has been published : thirty-four pages, is published the interest of the women and child matter contain for stories and reading remedy Is equal to Keaaeoy loS
twenty-one years and is ably edited on the 25th of each month. Each and ren and it is worth many times the the every and all members of Honey and Tar CWldrea lib It. :
'' family from
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue every department is in charge of an price that is asked for the entire to the the smallest baby Put to !
oldest member. up 25c.BOe and l.OO b.ttt..M"Oratory j
contains a full page poem from this expert. No one who has a horse cattle Club of the Every department of t:.0.OeWttt*owGMtoai*r
well-known writer. It is published : or live stock should be without enLl'IIH.I.U.ZIXt home farm and business
; is published are fully covered
this by the
monthly and contains 24 publication. best writers
Thereis in New
pages.
York.in You
no better paper for the home and MAXWELL'S TALISMA1I: is a hand- and is one of the magazine most readable form, will see thousands of new pic Sold by City Pharmacj
, far n than this well-known publica- magazines of 'publications
its
7 some 32-page monthly publication, kind ever produced
Finn. printed on heavy book ngnpl" Anti by an) n..hllnh or. It I", Inti' n'- fnf __ will lIn"hl"." tn .. ... 1_ ___ ._ 5 THe
; --- -- ---- Great
u uuu IU Headacfic C
SlT'CESSPl"I.RIER is contains esting matter and any Otl1er
published many handsome half-tone il contains articles papers. This paper feels
at Des Moines, la., and has been L lust rations. It is a publication that which are prepared by some of the be able to offer to its patrons proud to
long established. Each issue contains is edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell, best-known writers in the country. of this kind composed of such a Club BromoPepsi1Note .
from 50 to 60 pages, and it is one one of the best-known writers in this This magazine will please all, no mat- Papers and representative -
< of the handsomest and most complete country No publication in its class ter how critical they are In regard to we can say to each Magazines and and
publications of its kind in the world. compares with Maxwell's Talisman. what they read. that our offer Is worth every one the Word Pepsin."
Every department of the farm and It has been published the many times
at Chicago, Ill.. Till PHACTICAL price of 95.75.
and
heme is fully represented in this pa- for seven jeara.THK well-known FAK.MEH. This make a mistake in no one will C Headacfo Mgg
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per, and each of these departments magazine, which is pub- of taking advantage GURE
is in charge of an expert. It is a FAUM MONEY MAKEIt is a lished in Philadelphia, is not only one same. I c) nso 11. len
very of the We call
handsome publication large. handsome publication which most successful of its kind, jour attention to the ad-
published on book and paper.is a monthly has been running a great many years but without doubt one of the most i in vertisement this of the Club elsewhere On the Spot.
in Cincinnati. O.. and contains various carefully edited papers in the United edition. You will find there No
GnE.X'S FRUIT.GRO, \\Ell of departments in regard to every States. Any farmer, planter or, in detailed information in regard to the Opiates. Absolutely Ha*

Rochester, N. Y., has been published I part of the farm, and also has many fact anyone who has fruits, flowers. Club. All DrsffuU, 1M 2k, sad M*
for twenty-seven years, and is edited well-known writers in charge of vegetables, live stock and poultry, This
by Col. Chas. A. Green, who is said special departments devoted to the will find that the Practical Farmer May Interest You I
to be the best-known writer of this home and also matter that is Inter will save them during the year many 'The CU/lPharma
kind in the world. He is ably assist- esting and of value to every memberof times the price that they pay for the Xo one is immune from Kidney !

ed by Prof. H. E Van Deman as as- the family.SOUTHERN. entire Club. trouble, so just remember LIVE OAK, FLA.
sistant that
editor. These two ,,
I gentlemen also have a large'ellknownI number POl"LTItXCmlt.. THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE Fole>'s Kidney Cure will stop the Ir- 1l23trwiyt.FOLEY'S.
-I of department editors and special This magazine is devoted to poultry is published in New York in magazine regularies and cure any case of kid-
writers. This magazine alone is and all of its departments, and is form and contains from 30 to 60 ney and bladder trouble '
worth the price that we ask for the published at Atlanta Ga. Each issue pages each issue. This well-known beyond the reach that is not !
entire Club. In its class, no contains from 40 to 50 pages, printed publication contains many interesting of medicine. City
paper
,
In magazine form stories, and some of the most Pharmacy.
in this country compares with it. on heavy book pa- valu- dw
able articles, which are prepared by
MOHERX STORIES, of*sew York Good Judgement well-known writers. Every depart- CYCLONE
is a handsome and well known publication ment is fully covered by experts in XH1K PEXSACOLA.
which la published monthly I Is this publication. One of the
the most Interesting
essential -
and is equal to any of the well known characteristic of men departments is that .\. J. Ferrrll Perhaps
and con- Fatally
monthly magazines. This alone is woman. Invaluable to good ducted by a well-known writer under County Commissioner Hurt HONEYS

worth the entire price of the Club business men and necessary to housewives the head of "For the Little, Fellows," Also Stewart
Carefully edited and contains matters A woman shows good and another Is "('hnta With inthnrm. .? Injured.
judge- -- --- ------- -
that will interest every member o' the Another is "Decoration Pensacola
ment when of Your April
family ... she buys White's Cream G.-A. J. Ferrell
Home and another valuable Is The
depart- perhaps
SOUTHWEST MAGAZIXE is published Vermifuge for her baby. The best fatally and County Com- original

at St. Louis Mo., on the first o f worm medicine ever offered to mothers The New I"unJ'ood and missioner J. R. Stewart and many LAXATIVE
Drug Law. i
rerasiFor
each month, and contains from 60 to Many indeed are the sensible others residing at Walnut Hill, a I cough
70 pages. It is one of the best-known mothers who write expressing their We 1 small settlement northwest of
magazines published and is in its gratitude for the good health are pleased to announce that I cola, are seriously Pensa- coughs, cold, throat and *
fifth year. It is handsomely gotten children of their Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, result of Injured, as the trouble. No opiates. Non-Jco
nR and contains many interesting of which they owe to the use colds and lung troubles is not affected that a cyclone which passed over Good for everybody. Sold every"

articles full of valuable informatio 'White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by the National Pure Food territory Friday night uprooting The
for every member of the family and by Suwannee Drug Co. and trees, blowing fences genuine ;
dwFolEnHONEYANDTAR
Drug law it away and FOLEY-S *
as contains creat-
will please all.BLOODED no opiates or ing havoc HONEY and TAJ
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-- .MENTAL TEST FOR THAW him. Thaw's Insanity at the timeof . . . ". Y ... .....S s.S ..

OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT The men appointed to examine and the murder of Stanford White Is

Published every Afternoon scrutinize him have pronounced Hary proved by the murder Itself under I The World's Pleasure

,; Except Sunday. { Thaw safe and sane or at least the Emerson test of Insanity as being :

This Is distinction which a total'absence of the humorous whafcli
sane. a We'all
: know blank, dull place this
J. F. SHERwoo--rEditor;: and Ma'g'r. comes to but few of us. The vast sense. If his sanity is now restored world

majority of mankind. have to go uchsense of hpmor as he may have be if it were not for some of the pleasures that
I' we hate tj
t THE LIVE OAK PUBLlSHIKG COMPANY had before meeting Evelyn Nesbit
, through life, and keep out of padded termingled with our work and worry. -

Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak cells, with nothing more than a presumption ands hearing- her apocryphal story _

Florida., as Second Class Mail Matter of sanity in their favor. must be restored with It. And next Some women
November 1. 1905. The mass of the people are only presumed to the comic supplemnts and the Harriman fi&t& H

l THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be to be sane. They must get letters the best way of showing pleasure or comfort ain $1

mailed to any part of the United along without _a certificate' of their Its restoration would have beento I their shoes
i ask him what he thinks of the sud- ;that jj
'f States postage prepair for $5.00 sanity and make shift as best they

-off per year; 12.50 for six months; : can to keep out of the asylum by conforming den change of tactics by a district ply because they hat,,

.t $1.25 for three months or 50 cents i to most of the those conventionalities attorney who, after grillng the first i

for five weeks in advance. Delivered a violation of which argues exert for two hours over a slow fire found the right kiai _

to any part of the city by I for a disordered condition of mind. to' prove that Thaw Is not now In- l:1tuM
}: carrier for 10 cents per week. _
Not one in a million of us has had sane, 'suddenly calls for a commission -

J$ of I his or her sanity officially certified toby In lunacy to prove that he Is.If i for $3.00 there is >ai
The Orlando Democrat one
he can't at that, the
laugh com-
Florida's brightest and best weekly as many as two or three Inquisitors. i ish, nobby shoe for every foot and as Quaker shoes
We elect men to the highest mission has made a wrong report.St. .- fire s
mentions Hon. B. Beacham,
papers
offices In our gift without demanding Louis Globe-Democrat. by experts in a Specialty factory over foot conf
t mayor of that city as good timber ..
that their certificates. .
-f' for governor. they produce WHAT ANOTHER ROAD MAY : lasts and oat of the best and mo -popular leathers ths
We allow our daughters to marry f>$|
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fl t Tampa has sent a strong delegation men whose sanity Is not attested tinder MEAN.Fernandina i sure to fit well and give satisfaction which means plea"Quaker"
seal of court. We ( Record.)
pay our mon-
{ to Tallahassee to protest against any
attempt to divide Hillsboro county. ey for property conveyed by the war- When the Florida Railroad has t shoes are made by the Goodyear welt proe&

f ,County division promises to become ranty of men whose legal responsibility been extended to Fernandina there t doing away with the tacks wax and thread found on they

a pretty "live wire" at Tallahasseethis has never be proved. Theyoung will be a large and new territory

session of the legislature. Pittsburger who was born to opened up for this port through i side of so many shoes that hurt, burn and blister the fe..

luck in a money way still has his luck which the products of one of the most : This means too, that thay are soft and pliable. '

.. The Jacksonville Floridian with him when he gets an opportunity productive sections of this state will

Williamson's paper says: "News ty to demonstrate his sanity to men pass to reach the markets of this and i All in all, with every item summed up, you will fit_

l from Tallahassee comes that the Governor who are presumed to know a bug other countries.The .

_t- Is suing The Times-Unoin for when they see one or hear It buzz. extension of the Florida rail- the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be bought.

.'= divorce and $50,000.00 alimony. He Their verdict sets Thaw on a pedestal road will mean a great deal of new 300.

k is making The Floridian the cores from which he will hereafter be business of other kinds. It will I

r pondent.- able to look down upon the rest o!f also mean the distribution of vast Remember to ask for "Quker"-"The shoe that does tf
us from even a loftier height than
z: -- sums of money here annually to .
o His many Tallahassee friends were Pittsburg plutocracy has heretoforeafforded. build and maintain terminals and hurt. _

i t, delighted to have popular Andrew I \Ve have sneered at Pitts- railroad shops.

<: r < Gray, of the business department of burg plutocracy, and in view of Its It Is now conceded on every hand

>; the bright and newsy hive Oak many remarkable excesses and indiscretions that the Florida Railroad is to be DowlingLumber&NavalStoresOj

I :; Democrat, with them during the first have hinted that it is not always extended at once. Everything now I :;

i;6 days of the week, and we congratulate plumb on the trolley wire. But points to the early completion of this

; him on the good work that I here is one of them that can pull his project. When this road has been BOWLING PARK FLORIDAVISIT
,
j 1: secured the election of his young certificate of sanity and ask us to pull completed it will mark the dawningof
I . . .
f_ brother as one of the pages of the I ours. How many of us can do it? a new day for Fernandina.

j House of Representatives-Tallahassee It is a great thing in this mad Fernandina has been kept back =

;; True Democrat. world for a man to be formally, officially and has suffered materially becauseof
; THE
e POPUL R HEALTH ANO PLEASURE RESORT
and under the sanctity cf an the lack of.railroad transportation. -
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: We can't imagine that we have oath declared entirely sane Taine, The centering of the great j

< fallen out with The Live Oak Democrat in writing of Shakespeare, said that railroad lines of the south at other DOWLING j PAR

about but there's evidently trou-- he Is master only, or mainly becauseof points has placed this city, even with

't; ble somewhere. It used to be a wel- his grasp of the fact that men are her unsurpassed facilities for water

: come visitor to our print shop, butIt lunatics. "However an idea may be transportation, to one side, while -HAT DOWN Uro THE SUWAMNEE RIVER-

i doesn't come any more.-Jackson- reduced and disciplined," says Taine cities were being built because of

j. ville Floridian. We have located the "it still retains a likeness to an hallucination strong railroad competition In other Mineral Springs Hotel and Cottag

trouble, and hope you won't rack a degree of persistence parts of the state. Traffic which
: your brain trying to find out wha which shows its likeness to a mono- naturally belongs to this city has I HOT AND COl O BATHS UNSURPASSED.: GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEOS. tJU:
WATER IN EVERY ROOM.
you "have fallen out with us about. mania, a network of particular affinities been diverted'to other ports, almost PHONE:: : CONNECTIVES.) WELL EQUIPPED.ILLIAJltOTA.LES.STABLES. SHADY TELECRAPHAND PAVILLIOKS. BOATUl]

o: We can explain it. The whole trouble which show its likeness to the passing in sight of Fernandina to be RATES REASONABLE 7 MILE* FROM LIVE OAK. ON tlVEOAMSI
comes from the mailing department, ravings of delirium. There Is carried hundred of miles to inferior euLj,' CONhECTiaxATLIVEOAXWinMiaiADDRESS :

i' and the man in charge assures u s nothing else in man, no free and dis ports.
that hereafter tinct He is in : PflRK HOTEL t DOWL1NG PflRK. FlORID
the Floridian will< receive power. himself but That section of the state through "tYEaII

o every issue of the Democrat. the process of these headlong impulses which the Florida road now runs is '- ----------- ------- -- ---- -
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i Representative Matthews, of MarIon other natural re '
shocks
transports-sometimes,
at
sources.
There
are millions of feet
has introduced
county a bill in
long intervals, a sort of transient, of lumber
the legislature to abolish the office o t being sawed there every

county treasurer. Nothing can be partial life, the equilibrium.life of a lunatic This is who his now real to month this little of With which finds its way I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE
port.
direct
gained by abolishing this office, and and then simulates a connection -
reason, but who
with that section there is :
we hope it will not receive favorable everything
is, in
reality. 'such
stuff dreamsare
consideration by the legislature. I f as to indicate that this port wills
the office should be abolished the made on. And this is man. a receive the larger share of that bv.sl. ei
Shakespeare has conceived him. No (
work now done by that official mus ness. ;
t be done by some other county official, writer not even Molliere, bas penetrated But the timber is not all. One of
so far beneath the semblanceof ;.-
and paid for Just as at present the greatest cotton producing sections 4

County expenses would not be re comon sense and logic in which of this state is to be opened ton '" I

duced, and it is likely they would b order the human to machine is enclosed, ie Fernandina by this road. This will

I increased. Leave this matter alone, crush the brute powers mean the bringing of cotton here ins

gentlemen and give your time t which constitute" its substance and it time, thus giving the great ships en- Y

matters of importance demandin mainspring. Apparently Taine tering this port an opportunity to j'
agrees with
i! your attention. Shakespeare that none complete their cargos here.
of us can fairly get three wise
men to There is a great deal promised for 1
; The buying of land at tax sales, acqu.it us, or to differentiate us from Fernandina for the future. It only
! for the sake of the timber on it, the : our kind. It is rather broad and
needs an enterprising and united effort SPECIAL
subsequent removal of the timber an d sweeping generalization. Emerson I ANNOUNCEMENT
on the part of her citizens to
neglect thereafter by the later own does not turn the I I II J
key on so many o f push this city to the front.
: er to pay the taxes is an abuse from us in his test, laid down in the sager I i; -

which the state of Florida has suffered tion that a sense of humor is the only When the legislature gets through For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLARSS|

jf too long. After the timber has pledge of perfect sanity. This will their "Spring House Cleaning" at : will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only $30.00.

been removed a second sale for taxes save a great of : Special courses in all
many us. But shouldit Tallahassee and other Important :1 Departments have been so arranged th*
is harder to effect. Kor'has the save Thaw? student entering on this
measures come to the front. we expect i special offer can finish within the limit of 6
state been the only sufferer, as an In- Whatever bo his sense of humor not least among them will be 'l : scholanhip..

stance which might be many times now he was certainly without that the good roads question. There is This is an opportunity which
you cannot afford
to miss.
duplicated will
show.
A citizen luminous
and
oJacksonville clarifying quality when doubtless Do
not a county in Florida you wish
your salary
some thirty he let himself increased? Enroll with and we l
years ago be moved to murderous that is not more or less interested in help you to a good paying us,
bought a tract of and in an adjoin- rage against position or get a better one than yon now hsvs
a man whose alleged good roads and wants them but in i
ing county. He lived upon and cul- crimes he had condoned b> many localities the matter of expense f WHITE FOR CATALOG.
l tivated it for a number of
years when marrying the
woman on whom they has so crippled the movement that it I
he removed to the city, expecting were said to have been committed has been temporarily abandoned.

eventfully to return to the farm. It There has been no evidence to show The Governor has treated the subjectin SOUTHERN :

was rich hammock land. A few years that Thaw shot to avenge his own his message and endeavored to BUSINGS COllEGE
ago he learned that the land, on honor as husband
a
but only to killa give an approximate cost of build-
which he had paid taxes promptly man of whose earlier association ing good roads with the only two materials i LIVE OAK FLORIDA

every year since t) e deed to it was with Thaw's wife Thaw had been ad- he deems worth\ using in road ,

first passed td him, had been "sold vised before his marriage. If Thaw building, i. e., virtrified brick and f L.M.HflTTONPresident G. S.
for taxes" and he i STEPfl&NS PrlnctpJ
was warned by had had
I a a sense of humor then. the Dade county rock. He also in- ,
former neighbor that the new claim- utter goes ';. ';. ';. ';. !
ridiculousness of his posing as to the merits of a state or county 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII- - ---.r-r"II"; ; _
ant to the land was preparing to cut an
avenger must surely have ap- bond issue for road building. Thereis
timber from it. lie was put to great pealed to him. Whether
he has It doubt
no but what the present session
trouble to save his timber, having to now U present and from the cumula- A.
something the three Masters
wise i the ]
men legislature will give the subject much tion of suggested clever roanf
t"; send all his tax receipts to the circuit should have looked Into. They have attention and we await results for'a law or provision plans. let us hope !i who for some time past hU

court clerk for that county and tried the Rhomberg test, but did anxiously. Representative MacWilliams us to find that will help o connected with the J B. *
the
1?'I_ -write a number of letters before he they try the humor test? Did they of St. Augustine, has some hard roads at solution to building '!< Furniture Co., will be 'be book*_

- :succeeded in saving his timber from show him the comic supplement of ideas about what should be. done not be burdensome an expense that will j I for the Hair Hardware Co. A *
being cut down and carried off the for the time
by New York Is
Sunday A selection
papers. and Representative Willis of Gads- almost upon us when I could hardly be maw a aKODOL I
\ man who had no right whatever inequity laugh at any one of them is prima den they will no
was elected
on a "Good Roads"platform longer be
to It. All this through the facie evidence against the of considered- a luxury but a
sense
and expects to work faithful necessity. Is a thorough ato -
carelessness of a county officiaL There humor in the reader Did they read lief.
for the passage of measures It digests eaI
along what you
is no more righteous bill before the hint the letters in the Harrimancase
this
line. Other representatives gives the stomach a8*
and rest and ?
than House bill No. 17 ? There Especially recomended f
legislature are passages in those for Pllea-
senators -
have ideas on this subject that Is restoring It to Us normal M
Mr. Knight of Citrus designed t o documents at which DeWitt'B Carbolized
by if a man do not which will find Witch I and
expression In the usefulness. KODOL Is tot
Hazel
forbid this practice.-Times-Union. laugh, the of Salve. Sold by
sense humor Is not in shape of bills City Phar I
Introduced guaranteed
during the macy. relief plan by City ]
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: want to sell see 1. MXBalley. ,

:- the' jtyou licensed auctioneer. e sells. PROPERTY The Cash Surprise Store



jL J. Johnson of Luravllle. Is In WITHUS.. .

,the city today. !


today R. H.pn Holmes business.went to the Park Now has'a complete line of Candy i 11

EOWARflS REaLTY CO.
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J. W., Right of Suwannee is here at lOc. and 20c. per pound-the jl


t today.Mrs. G. G. Jackson of the Park. Lewin Building, Room 3. J kind the Kress Stores handle. II


was here shopping today. Sheriff Riekerson went to Branford -


Tom at Surrency the Park.-and wife spent yesterday I I ness. this morning_on. official buslI Our Candies are Guaranteed Pure ;1 i ii


I\". H. Bell was able to be at his
saIl -' 1 1D
One pair mules for c'''''''p. Apply place of business this morning after i

to L. O. Brokerage fl > om. Co. a very severe Illness.T. .
Under the Food law.

_ Mr. and :Mrs. Mariam and Mrs. WllBms AI. Chastein received four gas i ,

returned home Saturday.Mrs. ,
engines for repair from White '"


\Vaycross. Sarah this Gilmore morning.returned from I Springs Read todaj.our greatest magazine and i Remember, this is not all we


CoL Ira. J. Carter is In Madisonon this newspaper paper. clubbing ever offered b> I can save you money on. Drop

legal business today. in''I'I

Joe Roof wife and baby returned Horry Hair and wife :Mrs. Sessionsand = and let us show you. ;
Miss Creekmore went to White

from Jasper today.A. Springs in Chastain's Reo yesterday. 1


B. McRae of Perry Is In the j
Deputy Sheriff Stokely was at the ;

city on business. I business.J.Park yesterday. on, pleasaure and THE CASH SURPRISE STORE ,

C. ft. Jordan of Dowling Park is

here today.P. B. McCullough went to Wellbornthis I
CITY RESTAURANT BUILDING
morning where he has a con
C. Wind was in Jacksonvilleyesterday. ;
tract for building.Dr. &-H-i'-M-l'I'M-fr'H'M-i-&&&&&&&&&&&< &&$ .


New Ian. wife and children returned -
J. M. Brown, of Rocky Sink was -.
to their home In Sanford this If you want drayfag don or a Rivers Lane, colored was arrestedby
here on business today.
morning. trunk carried to the? de t right Sheriff Rickerson Saturday night :

, quick phone 129. "... j. Boatright.C. charged with enbezlement of a When you think
of Mercer Station
J O; Mercer
7 Hon. \\'. A. Tison; Wellborn, watch and ring.
i was here trading today.J. about that fine
i
was here Saturday and attended' W. Hemming was here visiting

Senator Newlan'a funeral. his family yesterday, and returned to -When you need a pill, take a pill.
W Brown of Luravllle. was Watch
here Wellborn last night. and be sure it's an Early Riser. I you i
today. William Floyd and wife of the sold here Pharmacy
They are by City -
need think
Pine Grove settlement were In Live X. '\'. Hearing, of Wilmarth is dw* !
Marks Chancey. of Rocky Sink is I
Oak shopping Saturday.Miss transacting business In the city to- 4
ofRADFORD'S
here today.Mr. ;
day. J)1. \\illiamson and W. F.

Annie Hemming, who is teach- Hughey, of Clearwater, and Sam E.
and Mrs. J. G. James of Dow- with "'. A. of Is here 3
ing in Madison, spent Sunday Rye Rossburg Hope of Tarpon Snings.ere at the
Hog Park were here jesterday.: home folks here. today bringing his little son Ethel last night.

for medical treatment.C. .
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*. W. L. ;Stroub, of St. Petersburg I ---
Mrs. C. C. Smith went to
and
Mr. Sanda's, Ties/Pu Oxfords
Slippers ps !
Where will find
was here :last evening. visit to his In you a
Is
Jasper Saturday on a E. Haile. of Gainesville in black, white and/colors for I

J. M. Riggins--of-,-O'Brien-- was here parents. '- I the city a guest of his son, C. E. ladies misses:: chlldre and boys, atWhite's I choice assortment of ._

yesterday. E. A. Carver and wife went to Halle. Jr. Shoe Store.- 5ItWalter I the very best

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Wellborn Saturday to attend Beuhab I C. E. Duckworth is reported very
Powderman I
Huff, the Dupont
Jim and C. Tedder, of the Little GUARANTEED
, River church yesterday. low and his recovery is considered will give an exhibition of trap Wa t h6CI
section were here Saturday.J. dccbtful. I 20 YEARS U .
shooting at the Gun Club grounds tomorrow.
Mrs. J. \Williams, of Madison I
T. Clark went to Lake City Sat- Mrs if. 'littleboys' : WATCHES REPAIRED .
Is here visiting her daughter. Just received a full line I
urday evening on a business trip. I
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latest novelties in Miler and
J. G. Kent. j
A. S. Coffin returned to St. Augustine .
Miss Jennie 7 years at S. J. 's-Fupnishing ]i today. When he again return J. D. KADFORD,
Creekmore
came up '
and family went to Store. 5-41 !:
from W. L. Sullivan to Live Oak it will be to lead of the
PJnemount Saturday. LIVE OAK. fLA.
visit to I
a --
Padlock yesterday on
altar one of our prettiest Jewish
friends. Elitor J. M. Caldwell of the Jas-
Mr.. and Mrs. Dickert were up from girls.
of the best
,>er News and one news-

Porter's Station jesterday. Found, by R. W. Rice. -aMaccabee, paper men' in the State, .Is here today Keep on.smiling, and read our
gold pin which the owner J can have on his way home from Lake City.

shear Mrs.was J, w.here Sperring Saturday. of Black- by calling on him. ,*4, Kennedj's; Laxative Cough Syrup I clubbing greatest Particulars ever magazine elsewhere offered' and in by this this newspaper issue paper I flmioo Book oM News N CO.


Dr. Thomason was called to O'Brien The pleasant cold remedy that expels
: J, L. Tolar of Perry was here yes- business this morn- the cold through its action on the -
professional
on
terday. I Miss Sara Gilmore went to Way-I II -
ing. bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy. dw cross Saturday to take her little
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Walter Creekmore and Miss Vennie I I niece home. Her return will be -
I Assistant State Auditor W. B. Sad- B. F Umstead of White Springs -
Bryan visited White Springs yester- anxiously looked for by her many Stationery
dler is In the city today en routeto was here this morning en route to .
friends In Live Oak.
day, and had a delightful time. Sunday
Mdjo. Tallahassee after spending
--
.L ( '--- with home folks. > .
,
TO RE'T-Fqrnlshed and $2 50 wagon at J. M. x..
Eld. O. T. Mattox and wife left for
nished rooms, address "R" 1::;care South Florida yesterday to be ab- Ed. Pound was up from Perry yes Bailey's the seats.tw.r1ise, for Inks
of ,
Democrat. tl $1.50_ Other .
sent a week or more. terday. Ed. thinks lots of Live Oak

and it would not take much to In- Be quick. tf l -
Henry and Ira Grant. Frank
Hogdea H. J. Morris returned from Jacksonville duce him to return here.J. .
and Will Turbeville took in
yesterday and reports his Ladies. I have just opened a dressmaking : Pastes
the sights of White Springs yesterday. ,
wife improving. B. Barton, one; of the city's progressive room in the Lewin buildij IP.
and will be glad to serve jou.
-
Hingson Bros. have opened their business man. was registeredat
W. H. Gatlin S. A. Brown A. faction guaranteed. Give me a
hotel in Jacksonville saus-I
new Duval
market for business on Pine the ,

Street Nevee.Park were Will here Lord yesterday.Miss Mr Geiger. of the yesterday. MRS. School Books 1,


The Sunday excursions to the Rix- J_ W Hawkins Cap. Hawkins and Agents for Edwin/ Oapp Sons I I
Eliza Spencer and Miss Stetson Shoe Co.H >wood's and
Park
were resumed yesterday and Walter McCullers, with their families I
ford Bell have returned to their Whitcomb Choea / Oxfords for
Quite a number went down there. left today for Steinhatchee Springs I a I and
The homes in Wellborn. men Full line 0 *' band S. J.White's :
season has not fairly opened yet on a camping expedition
1 Shoe Store. 5-4t
but within a month that resort will
be M B. Hall and his grandmother
thronged with visitors. -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Mrs. Burnham of Branford were
like its pleasant R. L. Dowling. of the Dowling Musical
Children
.*50 REWARDFor here today, looking after Mrs. Burn- taste.Syrup. Contains no opiates, but drives Lumber Company, and also interestedin J

ham's pension papers. the bowels. tie Live Oak. Perry & Gulf railroad -
through
the arrest with p oof 'convict the cold out >
conformity to Pure Food and and several otter big convernsin
any Person or / HATS IUT Made In
persona 0 terfeltlng HATS!
I In Jacksonville today
Recommended and sold tM count is
'areI8r.S Kamfo-PhenAr Panama Straws Felts latest out. Drugs Law. Instruments
t
dw* registered at the Aragon.
**-Ut BARCLA- &.GROOYER. Full line just opened at S. J. ivolte's. by City Pharmacy.



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RAILWAY CCLTn'ATIXG THE CHILD. Live. Oak M'f'g.: .

SCSEr: How Any Trait: May Be Tried In a .

A. Co 1. RY. AT LIVE QAL Normal Hunum Being.
CONNECTS WITS ALL TRAINS ON So A. L. RY. ANB '" _

-a&AD Dowx ca4TS.r. ruts &AD OP.. There is not a single desirable attribute Manufacturers of

xo.2. x.. 4. which lacking In a plant may .
No S Na L Had Local Fat not be bred Into It. Choose what Im
1IbeU'd. amend &Del Lumber Shingles Ice Electric Ligl
TAT10N& ExprML Flap provement you wish In a flower a ,
K&ce.t: Faree.a DaiI7. SDdJ..
nada7. IMiI7. fruit or a tree and by crossing selection .. Power and Turpentine. =

cultivation and persistence you f

1a Oak-.... ..-.Ar. 10 SO a m 5 40 p.. can fix this desirable trait Irrevoc- --
) f EO allll SO )mL' 6 Lv-10SOam ably. Pick out any trait you want Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for
,Porter b20pm
760 a m 3UpmL' S I i in your child granted that he is a or Business Houses at a Tery reasonable rate. Hectric'day
_StolLle7......__.-1..1022 a 81 590 v mL6 P ,
I 05 a m I fit p-,iL' Ly. :normal child be It honesty fairness, and night current-for manufacturing purposes ,.=
-La <4 4S
I 10 210 a m pm
-------" industry thrift
S 56 purity lovableness "
6 18
a 81 P :
mty Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have
it I'J a m 4 OS .m -Kirk 36 A..A L.yo 10 a m 4 CO pm what not. By surrounding this child special

'Wilmarth. : _. O81 <4 20 p mLv. i with sunshine from the sky and your tion. and all orders promptly filled. '.
6 4It pili ---- -
2. wgmarth..-Ar. :
I SO s m .own heart by giving the closest com- We will low
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give you good prices on grade ce&J
110. _.... _Lu vil.tl.--...- mnnion with nature by feeding him -f]
m Come and
flooring. our prices.
130. Lv 4.6 well balanced nutritious food by get

Ar._ w lmaeth...............- I .1
is In
9 bo a m giving him all that Implied
tY' 4r li7am 4Upm
to90am tlOplDL. healthful environmental influences .
18' Lv---- .---SIi'llian0.6 ae RiYer-L.. 55 a m 4 1Z pm General School Fund. the opinion that there ver,1 -
10 a m 24 pm --"-' and by doing all in love you can thus

4 10 ZO a 81 4 10 P )LY .___..-onrood-38 --L.. 6 .5 a.. S 51 P m cultivate in the child and fix there Bal. on hand. March 1. . $ 19.36 many vestment opportunities of her for ,

10 It 440 !III I Ar .Kar--3.2: ......__.L... 9 18 a In S" Pilito for all his life all of these traits- Receipts in March . 1052.16 When they capital.left :!.
.am -
---- ...... --Ar. FentQ4Iu.
40 a m "" ---- naturally not always to the full in all them remarked

Az ...Alton.10 2.5 'Y. cases at the beginning of the work Total . . . . $1,071.52 that they s
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I' 5( a GO .__.AJ .... Ar.n turn some day in the
IS a m Lv.-. -- .; for heredity will make itself felt first Warrants paid In March 1036.35 Fernandina near t>r

06 Ar__........... ...._...._...Ma1o...... ._._..___L. and, as in the plant under improvement Record.
a' _..... -Jd -_.._. ..... ... -'r.. j j7
tll0am 4 U p..L. 3.61t20 -- m S 40 pm there will be certain strong Bal. on hand . . .$ 35.17

t' am,: <4 4" P ,IL..-_...- -. "''Aft 19U Pedr9--... Ar. 30 a m a 2S pm rendencies to reversion to former an- Special School District Fund. In Your Laundry Vij

14 IIIj IL'_......_.....Sa1tR<.d---. .Lv. 815. m 115 pili cestral traits but can give him all -
25 a m b: P" 92ti Bal. on hand. March 1. . $315.36
_L. these traits by patiently persistently
-- 1 06 1 45
46 a in.510 P" L.-.A.I$ a m pm Receipts in March . 166.40
... ....Lv. guiding him in these early formative ; I _
L' 800 Z IS
11 U a m 111 P m : a 111 pm I1 It I-
3.9 years. .
12 lI6 a m 5 27 p..!11jLv' K E.Om-r -'Lv. I 13 a m 2 26 pm And on the other side give him Total . . ... . $481.76

___ way__....L.. 8 45 a m 2 10 pm Paid out in March . . 126.93
.1" am. 35 p Fenholg foul air to breathe keep him in a

12 24 5npmL., __ _Dcumark.. ._......_Lv. 838a.. lIS pmI dusty factory or an unwholesome
a. U Bal. on hand . . 354.83
U 3m \/\5 60 p m:Ar_.___..Perry-,...- _...._Lv6 3o a m1 1 20 pmci choolroom or a crowded tenement up
under the hot roof; keep him away Special State Aid.

( ) TeLesra h or Telephone StatioL (f) Flac Station. (r) Rgistrr. (a) Regular Stop. (a) from the sunshine take away from Bal. on hand. March 1. .$ 75.00
ri' T. 1". A1aTOi4 Suparint.odetit.dais. his music and laughter and happy
AC7 Station
Receipts In March . . 454.75
Genera er A ent. faces. cram his little brains with so
t
: called knowledge, all the
deceptive
more Bal. on hand . . $529.75
TO THE : and dangerous because made so

apparently adaptable to his
I young The Price of Health. *
mind; let him have associates in his
I "The price ef health in a malarious we feel sure we can give jw
hours out of school, and at the ageof
JAMESTOWNExposition district is just 25 cents; the cost of greatest satisfaction. There &j
ten you have fixed in him the
a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. added stiffness and a glories
opposite traits. He is on his
way
tOn writes Ella Slayton of Noland. Ark. put upon our work that c Ill
the gallows. You have perhaps
I New Life Pills cleanse gently and Impart pppearance and lengthens tie ft
a prairie fire sweep through the tall
new life and vigor to the sys- your linen. Bring your S
H crass across a plain. Nothing can
tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat lars Cuffs Handkerchiefs,
stand before it; it must burn Itself
Barclay & Groover' druggists dw Fancy Vests Wash Ties UL.
: ut. That is what happens when you
Laundry and you will ham
l?t tie weeds grow up in a child's
via theAtianticCoastLinePeople New Harmony County Union. quickly and carefuly done la
life and then set fire to them by

wrong environment.-Luther Bur- April 4, 1907.-The New Harmony factory manner at a a

bank in Century. Union met at regular time appointed. &:rlce.. 11
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Meeting called to order at 10 clock }

Bitten by a Spider. by President E. R. Wise. The '
Live Oak Steam Lam
secretary being absent S. H. Youngwas

Through blood poisoning caused appointed secretary by the presi- PHONE 139.*

all Florida the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur by a spider bite John Washington dent. PROCLAMATK
over see The delegates of the local unions JHYOIVS ,
of Bosqueville Tea., would have lost
F were there enrolled. Business Notice Is hereby given that
was
Fig leg which became of
pIe Folder" for. schedules to the Jamestown Expos on. Two running sores had he not a been mass persuaded then taken up and some very important next General City Election:: ..

points was disposed of in a City of Live Oak. Suwannee '
to t ry Bucklen's Arnica :'I

i : daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sice pi: Salve. He writes: "The first ap- business-like manner. After whichwe Florida to be held on the fintl
In
A plication relieved and four boxes adjourned for dinner. It was as day May. A. D. 1907. stti

fine dinner Council Chamber, and la
healed all the sores." Heals every as was ever looked upon. ;ntni

cars. sore. 25c at Barclay &: Groover, There were between two and three form as prescribed by law

druggists. dw* hundred people present and was lowing municipal officers of

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets dinner enough left to have fed as City are to be voted for aalj

many more. to-wit: A Mayor a Clerk, TntH

on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. Report of County Treasurer.Report The ladies and children were invited and Assessor filled by same :

of County Treasurer G. B. out to spend the day and to a Tax Collector; a Manbl
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Coach excursions at very low rates. Lord, on file In the Clerk'a office: assist in preparing dinner and every- Sanitary Inspector filled by i isa

For information Special Head Fund. one enjoyed themselves.At son; and an Alderman from
further see your nearest railroad
agent the evening session the president I No. 1; an Alderman from VTt
Bal. on hand. March 1. . $122.82 '
or write Frank C. District made a short talk on what 2; an Alderman from Ward
Boylston
was .
Passenger At-
Agent
Receipts in March . . 202.02
best for the order. Then it was 'I an Alderman from Wardan .'

anti Corst Line, Jacksonville Fla. ordered that each local anooint_ __ Alderman
DnA_ from Ward NiL
Total . . ... . 324.84 5 -
committeeman to meet at the court Alderman from
Paid out In March . . $262.50 the City at
house in Live Oak the first Thursdayin also one Bond Trustee to

; Live Oak Peny & Gulf Balance on hand . $ 62.34 May being the second day to plred term of C. A. Hardee.
see what course we could take in man from Wards Xos. 3 and

l uil ling and Pauper Fund. storing the cotton crop for the present fill unexpired term caused

Railroad Company. Bal. on hand. March 1 $ 5.60 year.Then moval from Wards and

there was a lengthy discus- of incumbents.
(;t'II1.ul Revenue.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 4 lIuP. sion by several of the leading mem- Given under my band salt Ii

Bat on hand. March 1. $ 6.41 bers as to who was eligible to mem- the %lst. day of March, A. D. I

I I i Receipts In March . 1,152.09 bership in the Farmers' Union. (Seal) M. E. BRC

Mail..aDd. 'au r..nrer I Frt.. .and Pass{ STATIU'S.No. I'sail and P...1--1- As there was no further business Mayor City of U't'

1 N... o Nu.o Y I No. Z. No. t. N 6 Total $1.158.50 the union adjourned until July 1, I Suwannee County, :
Daily Sunday O..ly ailye..SuR ..i-'r"'i' ..,. Sun Sun. Only. Paid out In March . 1151.98 1907. at Clay land. I Attest:

A.Lea.M... P.Leave 11. Leave P.M. I Arrive P. M. Arn.A. AI A. M S. H. YOUNG Secretary. S. P. MAYS Clerk. -.-
Arrive :.
j uO t.s 140 _Live Oak ._
t 30 I .510 IUl Bal. on hand $ 6.52
S II 1.01\ 2 S4 .pocky S..k._ t Ii 11.210 928 --- Live Oak. Florida. \;
S 18 1.18 I 00 -Starr. .... a"12 -r.
9.2:1
822 137 301 "erCft._. 4l J \ lI.n 11.24 Court IIoiiM Fund Florida Regarded Good Feud for In-
S 25 I s.n 3 15 uu Platt.--- 48 9.13 9.20 IU1 vestment. J. F. WEBB i j
S 8 14 I s.3V I 30 u Lancaster.- 35 9.00 9.08 Bal. on hand March 1 $733.37

Ly.Ar. 6 II 'IS 4S IA I L., ASS 3.50 L.'r. 4 3 49 10 Dowliq Park Ly Ar I 3 3J 44 1..8.50 Li 9.00 Receipts in March 274.06 One of the missions of the French PAPER HANGER and mrolUl
Ar 8.10 ....__ ,
8 M ......_ .._... t 15 .Chancy 3 S3 I
S 52 .. ...HH.... ........ .uo. uo. 8.14 ....__._ capitalists who were here last Satur- Will !
'I .H. 4 I: 'hhBeUH'_'_ 3 M ..U'1 ............ be glad to furnish estit>
6 :\ '_"_H" '_ 4q Mayo Junction $22 fI.2 ......_. Total balance on hand $1.007.43 day was to Investigate in reference on *

to ..............--rt:: : 25 ......l1.,__... US : LYMe ..._...._ to this State as a filed for work and will guarantee 81
general tloa
II 01 .....-. t 46 .........Sil......_ 11' Ar'Ue ___ Fine and Forfeiture Fund. investment of at best prices. Referesg
10 ...... ..._. 52 Town..end I capital. A. Hinely. Live at
Oak. Call
25 ........, 12 .- -.Smith._._- Eat on hand. March 1. $111.94 They had been to Cuba Djj

.11 38 : ..........iJ 277 .. Fenholloway- t.ii ; Receipts In March . .,. 1017.39 purpose and were not for that crat office. J
10 :- ,,,,, 40 -..Perry ... I ._ as favorably

YS Hampton Sp. I : 1189.33 I impressed that Island with as they the opportunities were with on C. \V. \V 1 LSON. I

those
Paid out In March 1.00 'I' which exist in this state. One of TAILOR
MAYC and ALTON
them is a large manufacturer
of silk
WE-'T "(){TSf\. Balance on hand $1.188 33 and D.-j
F.'ST BOUND.Pameaer spoke of the great possibilities Tailoring done at Ru nste

P'rt. and Pa..'Fri. and pa.1 1Frt. and p...' rt and p-p County toad Fund I of this part of the state for the grow- antee store. Prompt service-- J!
..' Nw 6. No 1 STATIONS1 ing of Sea Island
I N. II I No. s l10: ... cotton. He
Sunday Only Daily ex Sun..Da.1y- eL SliD ,Daily ex Sun.I Daily eI: :ua,Sunday w e OnJy.. Bat on hand March 1 $ 7.76 that there was stated tlon guaranteed. -J j
PA... 14. P JIi.- I A. J.I.-- no a great deal of that
Y. 1S. A. 34.U. Receipts In March 274.06
Leave Leave i LN. Arrive Arrive \J-rj"e. I kind of cotton used In the CITY
BARBER
1.6 9 e.) i 4.30 Dowling Park I 8.10 I' manufac-
i 4.03 1.1t I 4..tO Mayo 1.68 3.30 3.20 II..M 9.00 Total ture of the finer fabrics and that the I Ion
4.1$ 1.23 I 4.53 Clark i H1 114 I 8.15 $281.82 cotton raised in this We have opened up a barber
t '.%5 1.38 S.oe country of that
Peterson 1.35 3.00 11..18 Paid out in March .
a 4.37 a 10.00 a 5.30 Mayo I a 1.20 248 I.I i.0'l 229.8Bal. 0 variety is far superior to that Ohio avenue In the White !
'Ar c.U Iu 10'10 ',Iu 5.40 I Alum jLY 1.90 L..3S !Lv 8.00 in Egypt. grown ing, end solicit! the pa'ronare ojwfclte
4i P. III. A. M. P. M. I A. Y. P. M. A. M.a .
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+ hand
on .
$ 52.02
Regular atop. ConnecUtMi made at Dow hoc Park for al train to and from Live Oak and Perry These gentlemen referred to many people. Shop is
z Few iaformabon u te__boas with eU Wr biMa. 'phone or call .n Ceaeral PaMencer Area other industries and up. and everything ; '
">>beae.141. Dcwbnc Biuldinc. Live Oak- fOLEY lIfONi.NI>rR in their opinion enterprises that clean. BeWl1i]
could be
THOMAS DOWUNG. PreeWe t. & p HOPKINS. General Paweoger Aceot grown with
aal4rsaj .t.. A..,.. N. ep.at.a a great deal of
profit and
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Governor Broward's I>ream. I loose. A special train filled with his Even allowing for the natural prejudices Z

Tfv 0 ak Brokerage & Commission Governor Broward, in his biennial friends met the Senator at Fort of a clergyman writing on" "
message to the Florida legislature, Worth and brought him in triumph this subject, a thoughtful man must
joins the ranks of the few visionaries into Gainesville. The festivities last- admit that the old notion about z=
who believe that colonization Is the ed all day. There was a big recep- "preacher's boys' is absolutely with-
only solution of the negro problem. tion, In which the entire town took out foundation In fact. In propor-
Flour Cigars Mere money and the stupendous part. First at night there was an- tion to numbers more distinguishedsons
nature of the proposition present no other reception at the Elks' Hall and have sprung from clerical homes

I Snoiflale, Comet, Obllst Anita Feroinde dilemmas to the hopeful governor.He later on there was a banquet. Sena- than from any secular profession
: : would Just have the governmentbuy tor Bailey spoke for two hours in the statement that may be verified by F
afternoon, delivering a blistering attack to diction- ,
all the property of the negroes; recourse any biographical <*
eat good br such as these brands purchase a tract of land in this country on his enemies. He scored ev- ary. It Is, therefore high time to -J
When you or elsewhere, and remove the entire ery enemy he has. but surprised every forget the .old Joke about "preacher's -

bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL race, bag and baggage, to this one by coming out for the first time boys., "-Commoner.
ID his life
somberhued Utopia, providing for the for his long-time political
Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this United States protectorate and passIng rival and foe, William Jennings Just Because 5
make, laws to prevent a single son of Bryan. your cough is only in the throat and

brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new Ham from. oozing back into this Bailey declared unequivocally for does not trouble you now, don't
Bryan for President and
country took him- think that it needs no atentlon. WhenIt
Simplicity personified-on paper. self out of the presidential race. This has not had much of a start is the
man. Grotesquely Imposible--In reality. was a surprise, for ever since Baileyand i time to check It. The slightest

We do not question Governor Bro- Bryan served in Congress together I cough easily leads to Pneumonia, g

ward's earnestness. But we do believe over twelve years ago, they have Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle l
Chewing Gum Coffee if he took a poll of the practical been politically unfriendly. This un- of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
tinkers-the employers of laborInhis friendlyness was displayed at the cure that cough. The price puts it
Taffy Tola Globe Imperial&Commission state, he would find his views Chicago Convention in 1896, when within reach of all. Sold by Suwannee ,
absolutely unsupported.The after the delegation from the Southern Drug Co. dw"TIIIXGS
state had snatched its ban-
is here up
negro to stay. Whether -
her and around the THAT WOXT WORK.
was marching
brought there for our own or his
Lwe0a Brokerage Co. own good or evil is immaterial. We hall.wildly cheering for Bryan, Bailey Senators 1\lallory and Tallaferro a
cannot evade his presence and the held the Texas delegation stolidly short while ago, took it upon them-
fact that it is permanent.The in their seats. Bailey has since selves to write letters to Gov. Bro
proposition to colonize him is consistently opposed Bryan. LastAugust ward in regard to what is called the

as logical as would be the proposi- when Bryan returned from short term,. '
S tion to colonize fast-breeding rats Europe and made his government i. The short term our readers will

A* or rabbits--the very numbers of ownership speech Bailey showed his remember is the period of time inter-
'" which almost defy enumeration.Over disgust by rising from his seat in a vening between the expiration of :1

FATHERSDUTY eleven million of his species inhabit box and walking out. Ten days later Senator Mallory's term of office,
the south today. The birth he withdrew his acceptance of the Invitation about the 1st of March 1909. and

rate keeps blithely ahead of the death to attend the Bryan recept- the assembling of the legislature on.
ion at Louisville because of Bryan's the First Tuesday In April-a period i
to&! family U to keep btm. rate.Who government ownership speech. Sen-
rf about month.
Mil well and strong. Be f' 1 is going to pay, governor, fora one
can't be wall and etronr 11 ator Bailey said: Heretofore, the custom has* been
tract of land large enough to ac-
]kldaey are out of order.
his 'S .
DOM your back ncbe Have r S comnc.:ate eleven million human be- "I see that the newspapers in this for the Governor to appoint some one t tto
you pain* la the kidney? and other states the
are presenting the office for this short of i
period
ft your win* canty and ings? Who is going to provide mon-
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fclgbly colored these aro ,,. -Lr 1+ .. claims of my colleague, the Hon. one month, but the national government J
y to buy their propertyvaluedInto
surd den of kidney diaea.. 1F R, ey up
Got wu by taking the many millions? Who will Charles A. Culberson, for Presidentof has given notice that no more
LU the United States. If Culberson "
such appointments' the Governor -
31CEXS
DB. BACKACHE defray the expenses of their freight ,
ACT KXDKXY CUKE, ? transportation? Where will you find wants the nomination, every loyal will be recognized, hence, the letters J Jof
I flk Democrat in Texas will strive to help Senators Mallory and Taliaferro .
a lore, .ale and reliable sufficient cars and ships passenger
euro. U him get it. If Senator Culberson to the Governor informing him of the
and freight, to transport his mul-
back wo My. f42i ( 4 iplying horde? does not want it, the Texas delega- condition of affairs- of which condition a
ea... set tion to a unit will to the national
1
go he was already informed before
read to The nation will not listen, now nora
tor a bottle at your drat.fist' convention instructed to cast its vote the reception of their letters. J
*. Wo and 91 a botu. century hence, to any such propo- '
sition. The voter in Washingtonstate for William Jennings Bryan. Now then, the cat; in this meal tub

in Michigan, in Maine would "These men my countrymen, is this: To induce the present leg- :;
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. not.'for one moment entertain a project thought they were eliminating me islature to elect a United States senator -
that meant the lavishing of some from the presidential equation of this to prevent Florida from mIss- I
billions of the nation's money. They country. I have long since eliminated ing the valuable services of a
don't even know enough about the myself. I know that I can never United States senator for one whole
I.. I :IJ : : : ;!!' Iln [ I 1'11,1' 100111 III Iii III III iillI be President of this nation, but thatis month. '
subject to discuss it intelligently.
The south would not, broadly not true because of anything they The result would be, were the leg-
I NOTICETo speaking, tolerate such a solution. In have said or done; it is true becauseof islature to do this, that the senator
things I have said and done.
Georgia we even have a law makingit they should elect would be elected
"The fact that my name has dis- for the full term of six years; the
Contractors and Prospective Builders: a crime to solicit negro labor to go
appeared from the list of eligibles is
outside the state borders. The forth- primary election for this officer
due to their hellish work but their would be null and void and the
coming legislature Is committed to peo-
THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. negro disfranchisement But a prop- work will not last, for I will so serve ple would have no voice in the matter -
people and country as to re-
my my .
osition to repeal the Georgia law that i
will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand penalizes the negro immigrant agent store my name to the position it oc- As the election of a United States

Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. would not receive serious consideration cupied before tiffs campaign." senator is considered the matter of

by that same legislature. That's prime importance in the primary
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. more Georgia sentiment. And as the Iton't Put off elections and costs more labor and
for tomorrow what you can do to- to it than does
subject bears intimately on the griev- money secure any
ous labor problem it's southern sentiment day. If you put off buying a bottleof other officer, should the legislatureyield
The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I'III I also. Ballard's Snow liniment, when to the seductive arguments
that pain comes you won't have any,
Why not eliminate, forever this presented, ignore the people and
I" I '" !!I ''I I I I nil'I II I:I PI'I 101 0I!'I IIIIIIIII! II 11I1 chimerical project of colonization? buy a bottle today. A positive cure elect a United States senator in ac-

Instead of shooting arrows into the for Rheumatism Burns Cuts. cord with the suggestions made, the
Sprains Contracted Muscles, etc., T.
air of wasting energy, mental and schemes would have the worst and
;physical upon "solutions" that con- S. Graham Prairie Grove, Ark., most costly job off their hands and
writes: "I wish to thank you for would be free to concentrate their
demn themselves it is Incumbent up-
C. E. Humphreys on leaders like Governor Broward to the good results I received from time talents and powers to the elec-
Snow Liniment. It positively curedme
resolutely face the situation and ad- tion of a governor and thus, bag the
of Rheumatism after others had
whole field of
dress themselves toward rational attempts game.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER at Its solution.-Atlanta Con- failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug Another point which would be

stitution. Company. dw' scored, should this scheme succeed,

Proprietor would be that, it would be the en-
Why The lrrachers Ilojr. tering wedge to destroy the primary
Florida Novelty Works have a tortid liver when Herbine, the It is not necessary to rush to the system. A system which has always

only liver reguator will help you? defense of the "preacher's boy" notwithstanding been obnoxious to the politicians

See me before building your house. Everybodyelse There is no reason why you should the prevalence of the who desire to rule the affairs of this
suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation, cruel and unjust declaration that State regardless of the will of the
does. Chills and Fever or any liver com- preacher's boys are usually the worst people.

plaints, when Herbine will cure you boys. This declaration is prevalent But the thing won't work. Every

Residence and office, Phone 188. F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes: because the misdeeds of one preach- member of the present legislaturewas
"I was sick for a month with chills er's boy will be remembered long elected under the primary law
and fever and after taking two bot- after the misdeeds of a hundred other to the preservation and perpetuityof

tles of Herbine, am well and heal- boys, sons of men engaged in secular that system every one of them Is
.
t VI:! : Illd II II II I I I I II 1IIIIi II 001 il I ill ill'I thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company pursuits are forgotten. The morally bound and we have the con-
dw' trouble is that the average community fidence in them to believe that by
I demands entirely too much of the them the primary system will be pre-

We are aiming at Bailey is Out For Hryan. son of the preacher. They seem to served and maintained.The .
Gainesville (Tex) Dispatch to New forget that he is human, just like thing won't work.JasperNews.
York World. other boys .and he is just as full of .
(300
Drawn by four milk-white horses boyishness as the son of the local
in a carriage of lavender and white lawyer the local doctor or the local Doing lluninos Again *

FOR OUR ( -." followed by six bands the local fire grocer. A prominent clergyman has "When my friends thought I was
of just finished a thorough research in-
the entire population
company about to take leave of this world on
Gainesville and many visitors from to this matter and he gives the re- account of indigestion, nervousnessand
Sunday School Jan. 1, 1908 the surrounding counties. Senator sults of his work in the statementthat general debility" writes A. A"
those whose names have
driven for among
Joseph W. Bailey was an Chisholm. Treadwell, N. Y., "and
hour over his home town and given been marked as worthy of remem- when it looked as if there was no
We Must Not Miss It brance because of some good servicein
his return
.. a tumultuous reception on hope left, I was persuaded to try
,
science
art.
politics
religion
here from Washington. The recep- Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say
intended as a vindication literature commerce, philanthropyor
tion his neighbors that they are curing me. I am now
him from the recent warfare, or some other aspect of
of
doing business again as of old.
the vaious life of the nation, 1,270were
charges investigated by the Legislature. and am still gaining daily." Best
s.: p. MAYS, Superintendent the children of clergymen. 510 tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed
the children of lawyers, and 310 the
business house In Gaines
Every bjHarclay & Groover druggists.
!!:: closed. the day was made a children of doctors. He makes the
I'll' I I I ill I "I I II II. ville was Price, SOc dw
holiday. and when the Senator arrived further assertion that "the super-
I
iority which the clergy enjoy in
every steam whistle in the town
ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT was blown and every other noisemaking respect to their children to other fOunIDDNmmEltIa :
"
arrangement was turned profession lies beyond dispute. &.* :,2itl4}_ mm* .1.4.... Rift



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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1907.

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erners have migrated to the Indian children In the city, so that the children OVERFLOW LOCALS.Col. PROFESSIONAL

SUCCESSOR TO SENATOR NEW- Territory during the past few years can have nourishing food at small Cc.
.a.:
wows
and no doubt others Intend to do so, cost. {Lee has'corn in, his garden l L 0--

i LAN and they are being duped by self- Mrs. Carroll gave us a vocal solo. tasselled out,. and peaches which BROWN-.& THo" -

styled agents, and the duped have This eras one of'the most Interest- bloomed In January, as. big'a*, a

authoritiesat ing meetings of the year. nut and the latter:will: ,
Question Whether Special Election written. to the government hickory soon ---
"
The club to meet in two ', "*,:1" '. '
that Washington In' regard to such adjourned be ripe. PHYSICIANS
Can. Ee Called-Suggested ; : & SiLITE
} Governor Appoint One. agents. If there' are: any of these weeks in the library room. ; r

swindlers at work' in this State our ANNIE WHITE, Reporter j jSawannee J. W. Hopson, Jr.? and sister. Miss OAK.; J '..
t (Times-Union.)
advice to the people is to report the Berta Hopson returned from Val-
.
1 Tallahassee April Considerable fact at once to a United States com- High School-Society of dosta this morning where they attended DRJ."W..
has been Indulged in today .
speculation missioner and have the "agents" arrested Sixth Grade. the burial of the child of Mr. Physician

: relative to a possible successor and tried. Debate: "Resolved that a girl is and Mrs. Braswell. and !

to Senator Newlan, of Sawannee who When people become anxious to more useful than a boy." Office: Carroll Bum. Obit =
afternoon. No definite A
died yesterday better their condition it seems that Boys. Girls. -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the Residency at Ethel -
information has been given oat Both
they are to be humbugged in some Charles Hopson .Myrtle Creskmore stomach and makes the breath as Phoo.,.-Offie..N..IdR

". and it still seems to be something way by slick rascals preying upon Clyde Caswell . . .Lulah Lord sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by .H.ae..Ko&.II.__ ..

; of an uncertain question whether a their credulity. Trust no one you do Wlllard Welch Bennie ThumandThe druggists on a guarantee relief plan.It _Pnuf Stan fBarehy A*-
_
election can be called during ..
special not know, is a good plan to adopt and boys beat bad. Bennie Thu- conforms strictly to the National .

.; a session of the legislature. In this adhere to. There are plenty of home mond Is a good speaker but Clyde Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by M.E.. BROOMET
the call for such special elec- 1
event
attorneys and other men who will Caswell Is a little better. City Pharmacy. dw
tion must be the required number of -
give the necessary information with- We all enjoyed ourselves very] ATTORNEY
advertised Some discussIonwas COUNSELO
days. out going off after strangers of whom much and hope to have another soon. H. R. DIxon. who has been off the

indulged in today by senators Live Oak. & Gulf for twelvemonths UT&OA I
you know utterly nothing.-Jackson- HUGH DAVIS Perry

appointment ville Metropolis.Mr.. JOE REES. resumed work yesterday. wet pnetice hi aD tie..rt.tti.
by the governor to fill this 1.1.ttwU.. r._ .. CQ..gMu.d
WILLIE O'NEAL. lIe is a splendid engineer and we .f Rnt..Etc. AD ....
4 vacancy and as to the constitutionality to ..
Smith. are glad to see him on the road
I of such an appointment there is, N.'u&y"'aue hU.7 r.a.i.fL.
.: A Prize Winner.Mr. again. John Pherriter Is his fire-
of course a question. Attorney Gen- : (Harper's Weekly.) < '
B. W. Helvenston. man. M. DIXON
eral Ellis said tonight that he doubted I T*ere is a lesson to be ponderedon Live Oak Fla. *

j the power to call a special election
I about municipal government a Dear Sir:-We desire to advise C. H. Brown president of the
as the constitution provided that such DENTIST. -
I lesson that is furnished by Birmingham you that your agency was third in First National Bank of this city. Is -
election could held when
an be only
England and by .Mr. Smith. Class 6 in the monthly prize contest In Jacksonville today on business, buta ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AJ *..-
the
death of a member occurred be- :
Mr. Smith is town clerk of Birming for February, and we take pleasurein wireless message from him conveys WORK. : SPEClAt.'rtts.

fore the session of a legislature and ':am. He is not of that town; he was sending you by registered mail the intelligence that he will be on

the next general eelction and that, not "advanced" to his present postbeca.use the prize to which you are entitled. hand here tonight to attend the city 4T. J. LYLE
the legislature of 1907 was alreadyin
his fellow-townsmen tongedto Yours truly council meeting.
session. He was not quite so posi- PracticalWATCHMAKER
: tonor him or because his party CHAS. G. WHYLE
tive as to the appointive power of the
followers thought of him as a possible Supt'of Agents. Among the prominent legislatorsand AND dEl
in this that
governor case, only general -
.. section giving the governor the distributor of patronage to their Surely bonds are becoming very politicians of the State who pass- 35 year's experience

r profit. Birmingham is his client ande popular. This is as It should be. ed through here this
power to fill vacancies in office and morning, en Good stock of Watches alwajiI .
!s running its business he would
as
There is no reason for forcing a route to Tallahassee were Repres- -- -
when asked the question if a memberof -
manage tte. affairs of any client. Mr. friend to bond when small entative
sign a a Willis Senator Carr, Major
the legislature was in the sense E. RoBEaaoif.pOBERSON&SMAU. A
meant in the statute, the attorney Smith was a London solicitor, earning fee will buy a better bond. Healey. Peter O. Knight Col Robt ; L

general seemed inclined to the opin- at his profession 5000 a year; W. Davis and W. B. Powell, the lat
Xv
and those who possessed authority in At the
ion that the senatorial district Baptist Church. ter of St. Petersburg.Geo. .
repre- Birmingham; became enamored, of his There
sented by Senator Xewlan might re- was an excellent congregation ATTORNEYS;. AT-:. U
intelligence, his energy his ability in |
main unrepresented throughout the at the Baptist church yesterday A. Letford, representing

present session. Governor Broward te: management of corporate.atrairs, I morning to hear the pastor preach Bucklin & Co., of Chicago is In the Will do general practice ia S ti>-

stated tonight in response to an In- and they asked him if they could hire from the text: "Behold I stand at city today, interviewing the drug Federal Court '

quiry that no steps had as yet been him for town clerk. He said that the door and knock. If any man trade. Mr. Letford has more friends ROOMS 1 AND I UP-STAIM [avis fcxi.

taken relative to a successor to Sen- they could if they would give him hear my voice open the door I will among the newspaper fraternity In PBOME No.ISO.
enough, and so they paid him the LIVE OAK. I IL01oL
come unto him and will '
ator lIewlan. sup with the State than any other man that

-- -. equivalent of what he has beeR earnIng him and he with me." The subject travels this territory, and he deserves

EDITOR ARRESTED at his profession. He became i was: "A Guest from Heaven Left Out every bit of It. We have known him ? _

then nominally the town clerk, and Cures Colds; I'...
'n Cold.
t'e There was the closest for years and know him to be one uq.y
really the tyrannos of Birmingham I
attention throughout. Strangers were of the best men living.
Xo\v paper Protected Against the He was the boss; not the boss of a I IIn evidence both at the Sunday school

Election of Creel. hall: or a party, not the organization M
and preaching, service. A free will W. H. Cross who recently moved

El Paso, Tex., April 7.-Because but the boss of the town. He carriedon offering for Home: and Foreign missions here from Porter Station where he CLINTON--

he had urged in his newspaper that the business of Birmingham, and was taken at the close of the made a faithful employe for Roy

Enrique C. Creel, Mexican ambassador while the major: and common council service, amounting. to about 10000. Helton, has devided to become a per-

to the United States could not I supervised him they generally did The pastor announced the coming of manent resident of Live Oak and is w

be elected the constitutional gover- what Mr. Smith advised. He has Dr. Broughton next Sunday. The occupying the Hobson residence. His

nor of the state of Chihuahua, Silves- I brought water to the city from "'alesspending Sunday school, was fine again.At family are welcomed back here. Mr. Wholesale and E

tre Torrazas, editor of El Correo, a millions of pounds, um- night thg ordinance of baptism Cross is a switchman for the Seaboard -

daily newspaper of high standing, I bothered by the politicians and unsuspected was administered following a sermon and a man in whom his em-

published in the of by the citizens. One of the the tail Dealers Flo
I city Chihuahua by pastor on "The Infirm Woman ployers place implicit confidence.

was arrested and is in Jail. aldermen of the town, who sold ," of Luk, 13th Chapter.

Mr. Creel's fathher was an American Chicago beef in his butcher shop, remarked Notwithstanding the rain there Those who contemplate sendingout

I citizen which fact it is : "What we wants for aguy'ment da and WesteiiIEATF
alleged was a splendid audience. circulars for the spring trade
according to the constitution of the of a borough such as this -
should call upon or write Geo. Butler

state of Chibauhau renders Mr. Creel 'be, Is a 'Igh-priced cove with" a iron We understand Dr. Boatright, for- at the Democrat office, in Live

ineligible for the office of constitu- 'and hand a welwet; love. merly a citizen of this city, but now Oak. He has a printed list of 25-

tional governor. Gen. Torrazas has --- of Perry, was convicted in the circuitcourt 000 white
citizens of Florida from
-1 been the constitutional governor of Woman's Club.Woman's of Taylor county last week for 38 counties and 450 postofflces most

this state for many years and Mr. selling intoxicating liquor, and was
f Club met at the pleasant of whom are farmers fruit and veget-
Creel was "substitute" or acting sentenced by Judge Palmer to serve
home of Mrs. J. T. Carroll on Satur able growers. The price is only $3
governor until appointed ambassa a term of six months in the county
II day afternoon, April the sixth. for the entire list, postpaid. Phone
dor. Creel is now an avowed candidate jail and pay a fine of $250. This is 24. j
This being reciprocity meeting, tht"others'
i for constitutional governor. a pretty severe sentence, but none
:\! Club was invited to meet A step daughter of Henry Boyd,
too great for a who continually
4 person
with us. living about five miles from Promdt !
Dowling
delivanywhere
Beware of Sharpers. and persistently violates the law.
In our business meeting we dis Park, in Lafayette county, attempted
A small cash fine encourages lawless
There Is evidently some sharper at cussed the subjects which we shall suicide Saturday night by shooting
ness while a good, healthy fine and
i- work in Florida, as The Metropolis study for the coming club year. herself through the left breast and inCity. t
(
imprisonment will have
Ii a tendency |
; 't has received from Washington City MissVigfield, chairman of the pro last evening was reported In a pre- I
to prohibit it. The "blind
I the following, with a request that Itt gram committee, gave an outline of tiger" !cauious condition. It is reported that
must go, and those who attempt to
t be given publication: what the committee considered wouldbe i the mother was chastising the !
engage in that unlawful business will
I "The War Department has observed the best te .
construction and arrange rfor some alleged ,
come very near getting the full wrong daU&b-1 _
\ in various newspapers the advertisement ment of subjects for the year book. the latter attempted to take.
penalty if convicted In
I Judge Palmer.s 81O.OO *
of a man who says he is a There will be two subjects and life. I REWAB
I court.
registration agent for soldiers and current news items for study for the I Will be paid by me for Inform+*
-
editors and will represent members of coming C. W. writes
year. from
the that
Is- will '
Silas Turner, colored, was killedat lead to the eonrteiW
the military and naval service at Each member was asked to con- Branford Saturday thmus of Panama that the situation parties who stole or burned tettfc

government land openings. No such tribute some helpful articles. night sup- there has been wonderfully front H
changed of
my store Wednesday
posedly by Aaron Demps and Paul
agent is authorized by the Department Mrs. H. M. Johnson In the past few
gaTe us a most Demps. The trouble originated ata years. There are April 3, 1907. GEO KOLA
of the Interior and veterans of enjoyable paper on "Simple Life." more white residents, and the health

the wars who are entitled ordinarilyto It was full of wit and kept us laughIng festival and was at first considereda along the line is all that could be

obtain land when the Indian reservations throughout the reading of it. trivial affair and no serious results desired. The writer remembers well THOMPSON & WAKRff
,were thought of. Of
course, a woman
are opened to
settlementdo Mrs. Grimshaw gave the summary the time when it was
not need the was at the bottom of the whole ablsoutely : Drays and W
services of the Delivery *
agent of an article by Judge Ben. B. dangerous to cross the Isthmus

In any case, the Flathead Indian reservation Sensey, judge of the Juvenile Court affair. The deceased was known tobe account of the chagres or' Panama on Furniture moving: a specaJl
a peaceable, yet fearless
which is marked for opening of Denver on "The Juvenile Court negro fever, and lost his wife and baby by'
when forced Into a fight The STOVE WOOD
Demps
Is not yet
accessible
for settle and His Work among the Children." so doing. Those who want to live

ment, and any representations made Mrs. O. O. Williams read a clip- boys have unsavory reputations and in Panama can do so, but if we owned ,.Any length delivered to any f*
are known to be free with their
in that direction the authorities ping, "On the Work hades and
say of the Woman's Central America, with '|
are unjustified. Veterans knives. A coroner's jury was held no of city, promptly. Gh'e.usmsines. *
who are Club in Chicago," showing how much other places in which to reside Cen- '

i, inclined to take advantage of this theare doing for the benefit of and evidence taken and as a result, tral America would be for rent \ Phone 5i..Z .

privilege should beware of those addressing I umanitr. Aaron Demps is in jail, charged with

t them on the subject and murder in the first degree, and Paulis Taft at Havana.
ascertain Mrs. Lee
Humpbrejs the
us
of the office of Indian affairsjust summary of an article on gave the Jamestown hell as accessory. It seems that Havana, April 8.-Secretary of H. J. MORRIS,

how the situation the trouble occurred after the festival War Taft and party arrived here
stands
1 before yes-
Exposition, "Its Object Aim Contractor and Bu$
they invest any money in fees or and Different Features." closed and the killing occurred terday morning on board the May

otherwise commit themselves to self- Miss Wigfield read to us an article upon the highway.Mr. flower. Gov. Magoon, accompanied Apply for plans, estimate

t appointed agents and attorneys. on "Improvements In Mode of Living S. L. Bowen of Wayne W. by Brig. Gen. Barry commanding the and specifications. y
of
1 There is evidently a great deal ofi army pacification; Gen. Hodriguez.
Fifty Years Hence. It will be Ca.
writes: "I was a sufferer from commander of the Office on Ohio Ave.. A. CHHlf L
i fraud going on in this direction and rural guards, the
a reign of cleanliness instead of dirt Kidney disease, so that at times I
an effort will be made to locate the end all patent medicine will be a could not get out of bed and whenI mayor partments of Havana, the heads of de-

1 + culprits and stop the swindle. thing of the past "substituting fruit did I could not stand straight. I ficials and prominent Cuban of- IIIMii IMDR.

There Is no land to be opened for instead. It will be went out in launches to wel- .
settlement a time of health. I took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dollar come Secretary Taft CHAS. E. TAYLOR,

., in Florida on government happiness, in fact a perfect Utopia. bottle and part of the seconcured d called The secretary ,,
t reservations and consequently tr e Mrs a majority of them by :
Airth read an article on me entirely." Foleya Kidney name. |
He VETERINARY
above may be Intended as a warning "The Special Work of Some of the Cure works wonders where others refused to discuss politics or his !

r to the people of this State in regardto Chicago Women's Clubs," in procuring are total failures. City Phar plans In Cuba. Mr. Taft, and his II Solicits your patronage 0j
lands In the West. Many South party will sail for Porto Rico at
penny lunches for poor school macy. dw Wednesday residence Phone (3 rings) *

4$4 t

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