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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 9, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
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System ID: UF00075905:00047
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of the State Legislature were' orga- i" a "thingofthe past. For the past *?

lied, yesterday at noon ..by the \t- if two weeks there baa been little or no .;

antmous election of the of eer..and excitement over th .-"same until yes

f atfaehes nominated at the Democratic .. terday. and 'then candidates and .
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"caucus 'the- night before. In the their friends:got to work in earnest.

, House Mr. Pettlgre, Socialist voted L The principal'fight was centered. upon j

with his Democratic colleagues la:the clerk, treasurer and assessor; S. P. ;

election of SpeakerMatthws: ; Speaker Mays and J. H. McCallers being opposing :

pro tern Knowles, and the various candidates. Mr. Mays has -1

attache. of the House, held the office for a long. time, but

In the Senate, retiring President his opponent gave him a close race, :

Tramnull turned over the gavel to i the vote' standing: Mays, 153; Mc- !
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j i President Harris', both making b'rief I Cullers. 10.8 ,j

: and appropriate speeches;' Speaker- w In the race for mayor. CoL Broome i
Matthews also making a very shortV received 121 votes and CoL Johnson 'JUS. '

.but sincere speech of thanks upon I For alderman of Ward 2. J. 1

s being conducted to the .chair in the' C., Baisden received 58 votes, and J. '"
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I Heaso. M. Barclay 174. 'For alderman oft

I Olef Justice<<: Shackleford swore Ward 4, D. G. Bardin received' 183 1

I. in the members of the. House of Representatives .; t.I votes and D. L. Byrd 78. For-alderman .:

; and' Justice Whitfield t at large, Dr. T. S. Anderson received -
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the newly-elected senators, the cere- ; i U 115 votes and,*F. Ion Robertson -- "2

mony in both houses being ver7 Im- ; 110. These were the only contesting .j

pressive. officers. There was no complaint .i

Upon organizing the two houses / as to the efficiency of any of ,;,

appointed committees to ,notify each the candidates and the result- is j 1

ether and the Governor that they simply personal choice ':2

were organized and ready for business Capt. W H, Lyle polled the largest ,

. and a short while afterwards., o o vote 230. white J. S. Klnkald. came 1-
Private*Secretary Simmons entered second with a vote of 219 {or tax

with .the- bi-ennlal message of collector. :

Governor .Broward. It ;was ordered ,\ Col. C. A Hardee, who had no op 1

spread upon the journals of :-each position, was_ chosen: bond trustee.- .

house, the formality of. reading itt Mayb ll/n Brooklyn Caglo.. ,,' 'err.:snembera of the CttjE: Dk. .-..,.

being passed over, ,The Everglades r .. .. -,-.... erotic Executive; S. A. Hlnely flf B, *-":.

lJ.l1eaUon.18 not,d uJ8ed..JlOX.I..Stat.ALIfe ." ** GREAT HAM AGE BY COLD. ?'", r*s .. l -,b _YS: :SSAOOL. -rRUL'RY.: Conner, HoryJtJaJrfI. J. Heath and

Insurance .the ,messageeceptingto ; :;COMPIETEUBOMDAYTHE ? J. Ranford were -ehoaen, with r
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say.)hat the latter 'Subject One Peach Orchard of TSix 'Thousand IiNes for Mayor, and .Morgan'Defeats scattering votes, for Geo. E. Porter

will .be made the subject or'a Trees Laid Low-Heavy Freeze: Ward for' Comptroller..' ** :- '-' JrrP. S>, Williams. ,.CD.; Blackwell-.; ",> 1

special message, "The.. .question of Played Havoc. ., -I Qieo..1?; ,Butler C. l{: .Brown" aiid'X ''''1
taxation is j 'throughly and THAW COMMISSION WILL Pensacola. April 3.Pensacula'scity I F. Sherwood. :
covered .. ,
Roanoke Va.. April 2.-Severe '
close last
campaign came to a returns
franchise taxes ah': Cated. It IIi' SOON MAKR ITS FINAL Following are the official : *
cold wave following a fortnight of nig'h't. and although two precinctshave "'
REPORT For Mayor, M. E. B.roomeV'X lf '
urged that the railroad commissionbe .
given additional powers, including warm weather passed' over this section -' not yet reported: their counts, J. B. Johnson 133, 'l "". ..... -. 't''t

control of the physical properties .last night, the thermometer indications show the following as the For Clerk. Treasurer and Tax As- t-' i
standing as low as 16 in the valley. .
nominees of the for
probable party "
of the roads. The State militia lessor S. P, Mays, 143: J. 'H; MC-. k
Peaches cherries and plum trees were PHYSICIANS > -
receives attention and a strong pleais THE TESTIfY tarioua\ positions: _For mayor, .Cullers, -108. :
in full bloom and were killed by the Charles H. Bliss; for marshal Frank COllectoi : '
For Tax J. S. Kinkaid'z
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made for education especially .
Freeze. Apples are. somewhat dam- D. Sanders; comptroller r, George T. 219. 'i
the elementary and rural 'schools of
aged and vegetables are injured. Morgan; treasurer Harry T. '- ,
the State. Uniform text books and It Is Prove nthat In'Trison Thaw For Marshal W. H. Lyle 230.
: The wheat crop has suffered at places. land 'tax J. C. Whiting ..
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compulsory education are both advocated Has Been national and Acted For Alderman, Ward No. 1; S J. i
Near Roanoke the Moomaw orchard i recorder, William M. Johnson; alder r
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White
also a direct levy for the As Perfectly Sane
higher institutions instead of pay- with 6,000 fine peach trees in bloom Man men, W. L. Moyer Frank Reilley'', For Alderman, Ward""No. 2, J. C. ..-.'
was laid low. Sol. Cahn L. S. Brown B. S. Wil- '
58 J. M. 174.
ing their expenses out of the general Baisden ; Barclay..
revenue fund.. The consumption Ruined. liams, J. N. Andrews B. Roaches For Alderman Ward No. 3. ,J. E. ''i
Practically blave and W. A. Dunham., Only two i
Wood 186.
problem Is discussed at length, and .
New York, April % -It was defi-
Lynchburg Va., April 2.-The of the old aldermen were given sufficient For Alderman Ward NO. 4. D G.
measures urged to prevent infection. nitely stated tonight, after a session
to 25 last votes to allow them to enter ,
temperature dropped night, Bardin. 143; D. L. Byrd 78. I
Brief attention is given the pardoning which lasted from 10:30 o'clock this
the minimum for April in the past the second primary. 'For',Alderman, Ward No. 5, W. J. 4
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the reform
the
board prison system, morning until 6:30 p. m., that the I
school4 36 years, and it is believed that the HUman, 193. '
for children, and child labor lunacy commission which is Inquir-
the latter of early fruit crop is practically ruined. Quartt'rlymft'l'fDee Tonight.Rev. For Alderman at Large, T. 8. And- ;
being denounced as one ing into the present mental state of .
the the land. There was no frost but a severe A. elder erson, 115; F. Ion Robertson. 110. f
greatest crimes in freeze. Hary K. Thaw will conclude its labors J. Hendry. presiding ..
Brief mention is made of the hospitalfor tomorrow, and will have eported will hold the second quarterly con-

the Insane and considerable Middle, Georgia Damage. i its conclusions justice Fitzgerald ference for Live Oak church tonight. ELECTION PALATKA..

space is given to good roads,:the fish Savannah April %.Reports from before the bour set for the Thaw This meeting was postponed on ac- Wilson Elected Mayor.-Hot Fighton

aad oyster industries protection: : of! middle and south Georgia indicate Jury to report in court on Thursday count of my absence from the city, Aldermen .

game and forests and immigration. that vegetables and farm crops have morning; There will be a brief public and' it is important that we. have a' Palatka, April' 3.-The city election '

Lobbying condemned, and deport- : been seriously damaged by the cold session of the commission tomorrow f uM- attendance' of official members passed off- yesterday without

ation is suggested as the reined, for of the last two days. They were well morning to hear a final witnessan tonight'Delegates: to Annual Conference special incident a fair vote being
the race problem. The question of alienist--offered by District Attorney are to be elected and reports
advanced for this time. Growers tonight cast In all, the wards except Third '.
good roads Is treated at length anda say they are unable to tell Jerome, and then will followa received from the different depart- and Fifth; in which two a heavy

number of other matters are touched whether the peach crop has been private mental and physical exam- ments of church work. Tonight, at vote was'polled, on account of the

upon. In conclusion, the Gover- damaged. Fear Is felt on account of ination of the defendant. It was I 7:30.. H. DUTILL P. C. contests. tn the Third ward W. A< :t

nor makes an attack on papers' which tonight's low temperature.Below stated tonight that only the membersof Merryday, citizen's nominee for al- '.I_
be declares have maligned the ad- the commission and the official On cross-examination Dr. Hamilton derman defeated E. E. Dodge the
ministration Freezeing: at Hanri t.. at admitted that he had not examined
now in office. stenographer would be present regular Democratic candidate, by a .

The only action of Importance beyond Danville, Va., April %.-The .temperature Thaw's last ordeal .both attorneysfor the defendant recently. The defendant's vote of 36 to 22, a majority of 14.

the usual formalities yesterday 1 dropped from 5 to 10! de- the defense and the district at counsel fought against Dr.Hamilton's In the Fifth ward J. A. Houghton,
testimony to the
was the passage of Senate.concurrent grees below freezing here last night torne'being barred. very the regular Democratic candidate ; .,
last.
resolution No.1.. introduced by and as a result much* damage has Prison Physician Testifies. defeated "0. W. Taylor the citizen's
Failing in the plea of professional
Senator Beard, providing for the appointment -I been done to early crops in the sur- nominee by a larger majority. _
Tht Tombs physician two chap- privilege as a bar his examinations
of a joint committee to investigate -
rounding country. Grave fears are F. Herbert Wilson was elected
the Internal Improvement lains of the city prison several of the defendant were too remote to
entertained as to the tobacco plants. mayor without opposition.
Fund, with sweeping provisions. guards and a probation officer took be of any value at this time.
testified that Thaw in The commision decided to allow r
While and
the dis- the stand
resolution was under
Two-Cent Fare in Georgia. Baptist Anniversary Service t
cussion, a special message- was taken prison, had acted and spoken like a the testimony.Mr. .
Atlanta. April 2.-The hearing by : Jerome's after Next Sunday will be i'
up In the Senate from the Governor, rational man. experts, one morning two '
and was found jo contain an urgent the state railroad commission on the The commission decided today to another, agreed that Thaw is a para- years since theopening of the -new j

request for a thorough ihvestigation petition of the Farmers' Union for a admit the much discussed testimonyof noiac, and that such cases are incur- Baptist church,. and; the second anniversary :

of the acfions 'of the trustees of the two-cent passenger rate in Georgia Dr. Allen McLane Hamilton, who able.Dr. will be observed by an ap: "

Internal improvement' Fund of on. request of the railroads, was post- stated that he made four examinations Flint gave a new touch to the propriate sermon by the, pastor:'and .

which Board! ne Ys 'chairman, 'and poned until April 23, after short of Harry Thaw, the last In July form of insanity from which it is alleged other exercises in keeping, with ''the

the Beard resolution 'was passed unanimpusly session today. 1906. He came to the conclusion at Thaw is suffering by declaringthat sermon. One .and. all are !invited t6 i

after. which the Senate completed its work for ,the first day the time that Thaw was suffering his former paranoical delusions be present. At. night ,the ,ordinance {I

adjourned until two o'clockthis: and adjournedlntil ten this m'orn-. from' Chronic delusional insanity .or' of. persecutions! are rapidly changing of baptism will be'" administered to .;

afternoon Meanwhile the House had ing. :: ". parabola;and still held tothat belief* |into l'eluslons of grandeur:" those ia wal lpi. f

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"that I coughed continuously night .. 4 : keep up to the latest &t7e--eome to M. J. CHESHIRE server <-

I. and day and the neighbors predicE Show us ,for their clothing knowing that VT. D. WHA 1'LEY. Preas ..
and Superb Secretary:. _
tfon--eonsut1ptJlJn med inevitable Large here they can always get preciselywhat ----.... :.! ,'"

until my husband brought home they want at Jhe Dr.jc@ thejr wish; An Insidious Danger. ;f

a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery of SP' rIn'gSUItS'for to pay' We satisfy every taste in One of the worst feat*. 6 l1

which In my case proved to be the : lng dress. 'The growing business of this ney tronble Is that it 1.a" .
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only real cough cure and. restorer of ,! store best attests the Intrinsic merit disease and before the '< .

; weak, sore lungs," When all other, Men and Young;Men. '_ of the apparel we sell-the noted ,his dangera 'hare vieaaftgj a f&i.aTi

remedies utterly, fall you may still dy. Take Foley's Kidney f f'r
win in the battle against lung and .
first
sign of trouble
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throat troubles with New Discovery|I COt'rtta
regularities and
prevents
the real' cure. Guaranteed by Bar-j -. q:4 S" ,. 'FINE CLOTHING I disease and diabetes Qit7macy Br1. '

t clay & Groover, druggists 50c<< ,and 1 : -

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the custom-tailors awake ai, night' wondering. how to hold I TO AUGUSTA. GA. '.
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This paper at quite an expense and for Easter while every style: and 'fabric..:U here fresh from Line and arrives' Augusta li
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a great deal of work has arranged a the makers' hands. For selection we offer: morning at 7:40 a. m. Fbr'
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In fact we lose money but by Increasing :. .1 t I The pleasan cold remedy that< ',
I our circulation we can secure the cold through its action oa-

I ;: .more advertising and also get a better I bowels Sold by City Pharmacy
rate for same.; No paper ever be- ,
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combined values, including the Live ', the city. We have them in all the LAXATIVE COUGH Sill
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come in together and divide the Club j darns constipation-the water all runs tIyes.
among themselves. On acount of the BUTLER .'DOM and throat Instead of prim i
limited time that we will be able to BROS."Hens' !I of the system through the Hirer sad k '
make this wonderful offer we will be ,
For the want of. moisture the bowels 1
unable to furnish sample copies to dry and hard. Nearly all othercoufh<
anyone. We take pleasure in givinga ': are constipating.especially those cos

short sketch. of each ,paper in the Outfitters. Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Homy
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Bedford, its editor is one of the
best-known agricultural writers in the How to Avoid Appendicitis per Anyone: that has chickens, pig-j t meat under' the head of >
"Embroid-j
United States. He lives on his model Most victims of appendicitis are eons, pet stock turkeys geese ducks, ery," also a department of "Amusing I, ;
: farm near Memphis, and also has a etc., will not only save but make HONEYHTAColds
those who are habitually constipated. the Children, and another one under j I
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large cotton plantation in Mississippiand
money by having this well-known
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an and fruit farm in i _
orange magazine before them. It. anyone Really Make it Home," and another ,i Rsiiegs_ by worldn* Jbem,
Florida., lie is ably assisted by chronic constipation by stimulatingthe
a :takes; this publication and does not ,
department
under the head of "Our I I of the system through a copious t tctiatt
large number of department editors liver and bowels and restores the I say that it is one of the best of its Beauty Doctor." There are many the bowels. _

The special Journal writers makes and a correspondents.specialty of its natural action of the bowels. Orino I and kind, and is as handsome, readable other interesting articles In this pub- j, BV, Relieves Coughs by elesnstef
Cotton Lumber Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- i valuably a poultry paper as is lication which space alone forbids nto s strengthening the mucous membruaij
Manufacturing and
jvvblished, w:e will send same to them mention. |, the throat chest
Industrial Departments addition seate or gripe and1\is mild and pleas- Any subscriber to thIs ,lungs and bronchi t
three months as\,an Absolute present. Clubb win after reading this I f
to having full and complete departments ant to take. Refuse substitutes. we believe paper For Croup Whooping Couth,la<
't t of the Home, Garden Fruit City Pharmacy. dw' THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALs for renew their subscription I Influenza, Bronchitis, and all (
" Farm, Poultry Cattle. Live Stock, : published in Boston, and no matter same from year to :rear withoutany Colds, Lung and Bronchial affection E
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:' bright snappy news and contains 32 able publications of its kind publish- lication, no one'will be able to securea one. Booty u4 Tar. Children 31ks it. '.
:1' pages. eded in the United States. It Is publication at the same price which All of the above'Magazines
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'F Ind., has been published tains thirty-four pages, is publishedon the interest of the women and child- matter for every and all members of
the 25th of each month. ren and it i worth'
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? many times the the family from the
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contains a full page poem from this and business
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SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published contains many handsome half-tone il- esting matter and contains articles papers. This paper feels proud to .
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what they read. that our offer is ,
publications of its kind in the world. compares with Maxwell's Talisman.It worth many times .
Every department of the farm and has been published at Chicago 111., Tilt PRACTICAL FARMER. This the price of $5.75 and no one will On the Spot.

r home is fully represented in this paper for seven years. well-known magazine, which Is published of make a mistake in taking advantage

I and each of these departments THE FARM MONEY MAKER is a in Philadelphia, is not only one We same.call Ho Opiates Absolutely Ha
is in charge of an expert. It is a very large, handsome publication which of the most successfr* of its kind, your attention to the a d-
vertisement of the Club ill DnifUU. 10. lit, sat Ih
handsome but without elsewhere
publication and is a month-- has been running a great many years doubt one of the most in this
ly published on book paper. in Cincinnati O., and contains various carefully edited papers in the United detailed edition. You will find there for Sale By
departments in States. Any farmer, planter, or, in information In regard to the
GREEVS FRUIT GROWER, o f regard to every Club. The City Pharmac]
Rochester, N. Y., has been published part of the farm, and also has many fact, anYOne who has fruits, flowers
for twenty-seven years, and is edite well-known writers in charge of vegetables, live stock and poultry This May Interest You LIVEOMC, FLA.
by Col. Chas. A. Green, who is sale special departments devoted to the will find that the Practical Farmer i
to be the best-known writer of thi home, and also matter that is inter- will save them during the year many I No 41-23-trwi-yi.
kind in the world. He is ably assisted esting and of value to every memberof times the price that they pay for the one is immune from Kidney -

.. the familySOUTHERN. entire Club. trouble, so Just remember that
by Prof H. E. Van Deman as assistant
editor. These two wellknowngentlemen POULTRY FANCIER THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE Foley's Kidney Cure,will stop the ir- II
also have a large numbe This magazine is devoted to poultry is published in New York in maga regularies and cure any case of FOLEY'SHONEY

of department editors and special and all of its departments, and ins zine form and contains from 30 to 60 ney and bladder trouble that Is kid-I!
writers. This magazine alone i published at Atlanta, Ga. Each issue pages each issue. This well-known 'beyond the reach
of
worth the price that we ask for the contains from 40 to 50 pages, printed publication contains many interesting medicine. Cityl 1
entire Club. In its class, no pape in magazine form on heavy book pa- stories, and some of the most vale Pharmacy. dw ;
in this country compares with it. able articles, which are prepared b) !I. :

t MODERN STORIES, of New York, S Good Judgement well-known writers. Every department I NOTICE AND T A

is a handsome and well known publication -. .1 is fully covered by experts in I I 'I
which is published monthl Is the this publication. One of the most in; There will be a meeting of the
essential
and is equal to any of the well known characteristic of me teresting departments is that con Sea'Island Cotton Association of Su-
: and woman. Invaluable to good ducted by a well-known writer underthe I The original
monthly magazines. This alone is ; wannee County at court house I
worth the entire price of the Club business men and necessary to house head of "For the Little Fellows," on Saturday -
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April 0.
Carefully edited and contains matters wives. A woman shows good judge and another is "Chats With Mothers." All local clubs are I LAXATIVE cough remedijFor
that will interest every member of the ment when she buys White's Cream Another is "Decoration of YourHome I requested to meet at their place of
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family i'SOt"TIIWF..8T and another valuable depart- 1| meeting Friday April 12
at
Vermifuge for her baby. The best o'clock four coughs, colds throat and H
MAGAZINE is published and requested to get the II troubles. No Noa alcoh
opiates. -
worm medicine
at St. Louis Mo., on the first of ever offered to moth The New Pure food'and Drug Law, amount of cotton planted and Good for everybody. Sold wb
grade I every
each month, and contains from 60 to ers Many indeed are the sensible ---:... of fertilizer used, and how
70 pages. It is one of the best-known mothers, who write expressing theirgratitude We are pleased, td announce thatFoley's tend in much and I The genuineFOLEYS
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magazines published and is in its for the good health of theirchildren report of same with all HONEY and TAR II
fifth year. It is handsomely gottenup Honey and Tar for coughs, dues not yet turned over t?the COunT a Yellow package. Refuse substitute
which they owe to the use colds and lung troubles is
and contains ,many Interesting not affected with names of those paid Prepared
as the
only by
of
articles full of valuable Information White's Cream Vermifuge.. Sold by the National Pure Food and Central Association officers Foley A Company Chicaf
for every member of the family and by Suwannee Drug Co. dw* Drug law as it'contains opiates or arecrowdling -
us for
will please all. other up all dues for 1907, and City Pharmacy.
harmful drugs, and we recommend some of the clubs have not
BLOODED STOCK MAGAZINE is FOLmIlOffiYA.1U TAR it as a vafe remedy for children report of made a
of the handsomest any thing yet. If you can't a '
one and most re adsops Has and fOtm :
cough &Qd bea1.1"'A S adults. City Pharmacy dw send delegates to-the county assoc ia-

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Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papersin PURELY VEGETABLE
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4lUYEtMKDAlLYtEMOCRAT anything 'about fantsthat unlovely; qualities In
court if he published
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; every;,.Afternoon.' a public official, or a person desiring otters we shattg; wlwttjjj jeefcreImpure
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jeme'mlier
Except .S.tJn'aY.: to" become a public'official, commonly IiJust |
known as a candidate other that the ever- ?we5are 'looking-for- -whatever

[r J. F. SHERWOOD ,Editor and Ma'g'r.. ruth. the whore truth and, nothing' -we. are striving' to, 'find. will _color -WAY DOWN UPON, THE IU.OIIU.IY. '-' "

1 but the truth.' : and..iirfitience 'oar characters; In ,

f As a general, thing the person or other words, we shall become like
q TO LIVE Oil PUBLISHING COYPINT.Iti Mineral Springs Hotel' .amf.
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.. persons who 'have' a longing to"kick what we strive and yearn for. So, pttHOT

;: P ," or handle the newspaper mann If we wish to become beautiful and AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED, GOOD TABLE. coDCit' 1.-:!

Entered at the ,Postoffice, Live Oak; the courts, ,is when the truth Is I strong" In :mind and; fbody. we njust WATER IN EVERY HOOI .ILLIARQTAtLES.FHONE 'TEtEc.as.p1i IJQ-*-
y Florida. as Second Class Mall Matter : = .. CONNECTIONS, WELL:EgUilIED STA.LE; SHADY *
{ seek Symmetry beauty noblllfy -ef1 .vu.LIOft.
old,., The truth is generally the November 7. 1805. thing a politician does not care..to that is vigorous4 and elevating-continually RATES REASONABLE jtu1L,'. COIIII UV.OAK.QNUVlOAi T UYt ou (
fC.1'I
THE ,DAILY; DEMOCRAT will be look him 'In the face, and It Is not I .in :.nature and humanity.' '1

., mailed" to any part of the United pleasant and profitable to always' L "' ? a ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL:.DOWLING PflRJCFLORIDft.ii .

rrf States postage prepair ,for. ,|5.00, speak:the' plain truth 'in the columns ,WHAT WRJOWEJTHE TOWN' .. "IV(

.per year J2.50 for six.%'months; of Men. who have tried ; A : fan Is f due a .great deal ..to the "
$1.25 for three months or 50 cents a newspaper., : : 1111111111111111 j 11 i I j i 11 j 11111 i i
this heretofore have always crime, to community: in which he lives. ,
: advance. Delivered i
In
for five weeks.
grief. Only a few days ago the editor" 3. lf-ke-hebasreceived/'benefit' of_ any
city
to any (the by :
part [
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carrier, for "10 cents per week., :. of a, paper in Indiana grew tired of I kind from his neighbors which from ,certain }1' SOUTH BUSINESS COUEffi

--, being called 'a fiat: and announced i advantages' the ,to'"ubIs or

." that he would. tell the 'truth In the i location gives him, from climate ..
Tallahassee is enjoying her gaFlorida's y I
future,- and the next issue _,of his': or'%>ppbrtunlty la gaftf w&fltn he I

season. ,. ,. pap .r ,contained the.*folowin'g.: new owes a certain very :.large! response,

notes:, '" J to the people his town'and his State, 5 '1
law makers are now bard : f1
at work. -. -. ,. "John Bonin the laziest' merchantin i for any, of these .advantages.. ThQ
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"" town made a trip to Bellville ypsterday. I ,man who accepts,all these blessings,
: ; i' as an 'oyster does,some,;"passing little '
The law's delay and .the ferlght'sdelay '
denizen,of, Its bed of lakes:them r tr. .
maketh the heart a he..Tlmes: John Coyle our groceryman, Is fya
doing a poor business. : His Is up as a sponge does water without
Enterprise. Thomas Til le. Ga. store ._
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dirty and dusty., How can he }jdo giving back spy returns,.is' just, so

". The Valdosta Times pasta ..It"this muchRev. much of an oyster or a" sponge on "

t way: "It is much easier,to enforce Stvx preached -last Sundays I the ,community. ', .

r. an unwritten law than one that 1 night; on charity The sermon was i : It is therefore, {fitting that everyman :

t written sad to sa>:." punk. I should give 'some of his energyhls"t1me.

. s --- 'Dave Sonkey died at his home Ia I his thought and his money SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
this The doctor to .the place in. which he lives ,
About 3,500,000 pens are manufactured place. gave it, out I as an .

1,. in the United States' in"a 'da y. as' heart: failure. Whiskey killed honest! :and' thankful_ return for ben .
f him. fit received. And If his recepits have "
There I4.GOOswords made daily -
are For. thejie tjiree months a FOUR 'MONTHS' SCHOLARSH3
L Therefore the pen 'is 270 'rim esf ; :Mariried-Doss-' Sylvan Rhodes I been large,,bIs:responsibility is. that, will He iSsued,'<< od fctfANViDEPARTHENT, for only (30.00. -
mightier than the sword. -' "" sari- asles Conlin,* last Saturday at I much, greater..and..he owes Just,.that j

!. -' : 'J-' .',- the; Baptist parsonage.: The bride is | much, more. "Special 'courses- rait. departments have .been so arranged tit

S The city primary election ,yesterday a very ordinary town girl who doesn't WbaV: > a pitiiable! object, is the..man student entering.on this special. offer'can finish within the limit 0

t. was about the quietest thing.thai know _any more about cooking thana who accepts all he 'can get and is scholarship.. '

has occurred In our city for a long ,Jacket-rabbit does,and never help' known by all his neighbors by such This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. ]

; time. You: can't get the voter, oLive ed"her mother, three days in her life. names: as "hard fisted," "skinflint," Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and

t Oak excited and worked up She is not a, beauty by any means, "sponger*":and what an, "honor to help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yon'now bn

!" over politics. He Just won't that's and has a gait like a duck. The groomis himself and the community is 'thatman +

all. an up-to-date loafer. He's beenliving .,who:haj the name "good. fellow WRITE FOR CATALOG. 5

;L off ,fie Qld folks all his life. I ,"}, 'liberal/',..!' arltable!."

A Berkeley (Cal.) bookseller, and is not worth shucks. It will be I Let Jfi have a.look at ourselves<< in,

l. anxious 'to fill an order for a libera al a hard life. the public mirror. Where are"'they SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE! (

;. "patron, wired to Chicago -for a copy "The? Governor of our great State. classing, jj|?--Orlando :Joeporter-5tar. .

of "seekers After God," by Canon a very ordinary man ana wno was '

Jarra and to''hIs surprise and dismay elected by accident was here yester- I- The rtfcefof Ilc dth. :*, LIV, OAK, FLORIDA .

received. this reply: "No seekers day. He has very few r friends here e fWl .
I afterifW in Chicago or New now, He promised 'some of the votersof "The price of health in a malarious L. M. fl TTON. President 6. S. STEPHENS, Princ

Tri Phn. adelphis." : this precinct a "piece oT the pie." district is jusf 25'cents; the cost ofa .! > > > > *. .. !

rttThe in event of his election, but had for- box of Dr. King's New Life Pills:' *4MM, .M. I M IMItM'IMMI' 1111111111. i< I ltH>t

t <<:ket nominated yesterday in gotten. all about it when the time to writes Ella Slayton. of Noland. Ark. ..- -- #
he Democratic, primary is a good band over the little office rolled I "ew Life Pills cleanse gently and im-"7
one from head to foot The nominees! around." ([ ndwhitLEaiid.'vigor to the sys- |' Those who contemplate sendingout Mr. and Mrs. O. O: William

'are good: solid cltlz'eniCttv&Oakand The paper had no sooner reached [ ).(''*"2SM;-Satisfaction guaranteedat circulars for the spring 'trade Lawler, B. F. Coachman, &
should call upon or write Geo. Butler I Harry and Frank
'will'work, for what they'.bellev the public than a committee was se-t Barclay & Groover' druggists.. dw Blackburn,
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at the Democrat office In Live Taylor and Dr. III
I Price and. ;
to be for the best interests of all. to the editor bearing a petition ask-
Mr. F. Oak He has a printed list of 25- I Sallie Taylor. Enl h'
The, clef'v ted. candidates were also ing him to continue in the good old Law of Brooksville de- :
puty sheriff of Hernando t 000 white citizens of Florida from Robinson. Rosa Belle
good men-just as good as those way and stating that they believed county,
t ,aoBtnU
t *trad something: to do with the lack of As a matter of fact the newspapers tarrying1 aim to Gh tt hoochN!. [of, whom are farmers fruit and vegetable -I Peacock Lake last 1fOOrft.1

I I interest In the primary.. Of the often say some very nice and' complimentary He 4uld-io| jsk((going but with his growers. The price is only 13 fish fry and they

candidates in the field it mattered things about pOliticians.and charge last night, and waited until for the entire list postpaid. J I'a. The cooking was

, r, little to the average citizen which it is not always the truththatIs this rmbrnlng?n'Tfte' negro is very of the lake. and i
A
good sized
violent ,. i stork was seen soaring [
.,. ones were nominated it would be most pleasant outings one COB
J -they were all hard to prove it to be over Waycross this morning and f
... reliable trustworthy men and worthy true in a court of justice. They some after sailing around for ( agine was experienced. The
sometime
of the.confidence Troy Floyd.l who was formerly in of fun connected
of the people. times say something About a politician made a dart for the Waycross Turpentine jlots with 1I
that is considered by said politic business here sad of late baa been there was no room for solem!
Plant
'In his message to the Legislature ian utterly untrue and without In the employ .of J. B. Barton left and left a fine ten Is said that a cartoon of

:' yesterday Governor Broward recom fou'ndatlon. Yet it may be true as for Conway S. C., yesterday wherehe pound. Mr.boy Coe at the residence the first of A. BCoe. Blackburn. trying to scale ,a 1 Y
say thing the I
: mended increased pay for member: gospel, and at the same time impossible will remain. Mr. Floyd la an exceptionally little fellow did. ounce perch would make a met

of the Board: of County, Commission to prove the truth in court. worthy young man, and over his head was to wave his hand laugh, and as the fish slipped Ii

i era. His recommendation is"as To!- In the opinion of the Democrat the we regret to note that he has left Waycross and cry out "Vive la lake one of the ladles was con

-' lows:. "No more responsible office exists 1 usefulness of the press should not be Live Oak. to the other then end after tiptoeing'over, to go to Houston and pnrel
of the'
.. In the administration ,of count y further crippled 'with laws restrain looking Jane roof and I ten-pound ham to supply edTlet

affairs than that of County Cdmml ing publicity The criminal and Ward, the negro who killed another la Herald up," Hurrahf street H$ said rah!''"Viva'Then the feast. The gallant clerk,

"No more responsible otftc 'exis is civil libel laws of this State are negro here last Thursday night is he cozily sold the meat asked the UIUa1J

t in the administration of county at- strict enough goodness knows, and reported as about to run:amuck, and downy, little snugged himself Into his Lion "do you want a streak cq

fairs than that of County Commiskmer s- the punishment great enough to prevent will probably be arraigned on a Mr. Coe nest and went. to sleep. and a streak of fat?" and of
: and the advancement and the newspapers from publishing charge of lunacy, unless be gets bet mother and requests us to say that both she responded in the affirmativ4
growth of the various 'counties depends untrue and damaging ter soon. This father are doing well.s .- was handed
statements if morning he wa I Waycross Herald. a big piece of Oi;.
: i' largely upon the faithful and they-so'desired not only against office parading the streets and acting in a ---- I'Now.. to be honest about this ?j

efficient administration of the duties holders and candidates but manner that led many to believe h e I rA easels on, the docket to be.heard matter, the lady who Is a to!

of this office and the best and most against any and all citizens. of the should be sent to Chattahoochee.Mr. I in Syuire Leslie's court this afternoon here never before bought a ant
worthy citizenship should be available State. wherein
.,., three negroes are to meat but she was so InfatuaU
for it. I would. therefore. --- :- S L. :"o0 tried for the- the
clerk that
: : Bowen. of Wayne; W.Ca. J1{ ;' larceny of a'church, she would hat
strongly urge that you consider the HABIT OP. I AtLTPiNIINGFaultfinders .. writes (six miles chased
advisability "I was a sufferer from west of Live Oak. As her' any edibles he offer
-1'
of making the .once of are the most rqlserable -' Kidney disease. so that at.ttimes I tofore stated ,in"these columns, they sale. The bacon came Ia

County bonded Commissioner a. salaried and of ail people. As a'rule they' ;tail could not get out of bed and when did not carry away purloin or however as Jack Taylor en
office graded by the assessed to see the beautiful and good because I did. I could molest the catfish
not stand preacher while the
;. valuation of the straight. I so they will not lady was able
county such salary they are not looking for that. took '
They Foley'c a
Ifldney Care magnificent
\ One dollar.bottle chowder was t
to be secure
to
sufficient men of the look only to find fault ,and criticize. and part of the sewn Betore. ult.

-highest integrity' and ability of your and find only what they look ,for. cured me entlrel;." Foley's Kidney ,,+uua"le.ipat ,me costs will be
counties In this position." This mat The following article from Success Cure works wonders where 1.greater than the church much Tonight will be the last all
ter has been others was ever the Vllls
discussed pretty thoroughly this Comedy Company i 1Oa
covers matter beautifully,: are total failures. I valued at. However
by the press of the State and Some one has said we ,are saved City Pharmacy *- i brethren seem to think our colored $. This U a splendid ceiJ
a law covering the points advised by by our admirations.. Our characters 1 ; dw Into court; they must get and the local hits are
on
one charge
Governor Broward would mveet .lth are entirely molded or another. Last night they especial

the hearty approVal:of the; 'people. The man who holds by an our admiration ideals liams A negro, from woman named Lula Wil- The \Vlltlutf l<* ......|. ,tlwaoc. how a scene ,of a
The Democrat is Madison county in cranky old bachelor way I nit
came It tied
sorry the Governor Ideal so to speak, who finds some- from ble. CalUn to the Seaboard rack w|
the the
South
did not on the Coast landlady lie nkl
include in the above Line ; intention
recommendation thing good, something to "Mrs. of kiting her wn
admire
in local this Ilashley. who U
It
morning, and that kww
('" an increase. in the salary everybody Is* Infinitely superior to the train Jumped from singing '! Would Not Live train arrived but like that o
while it Alwayr""That
of was In
members '
of the Board of motion. She '
'\ PublicInstruction. the one who holds a critical Ideal was thrown U the lady In the room about the letter the across
EJ While the responsibili who is always looking for ugliness and sustained violently to the platform the halL air." answered tb. landlady. came and the lady Is quite ..

ties are not so great as are those of deformity, .and Inharmony. painful injuries, but "Wen,- continued the C. O. h.. '"kind. day. thank you.
County I was not seriously hurt. Her left ly Rive her
Commissioner the duties and "Nothing else so hardens character leg my compliment and tell
I: responsibilities are great enough. so demoralizes manhood and was bruised'considerably., but the her If she keeps tint up mmb longer<< St. Louis .:Jt'C'tlun,
womanhood accident
: however was wholly on she can rest nssoml St. Louis April 2
to require the services of and acount of she Ton't.'bl. AS a M
so
best utterly precludes her own carelessness. can :\e",1. the
She city election
,
pur incur while the pay Is not the possibility of evidently today the
upward growth,
In keeping as thought she would recover llcans concede to the IXmwcn
with the time, attention the big
deadening habit of _
:. 'and ability demanded., of criticising. As rul"faultfinding" damages from the railroad company I There Is n Chirarter. city council ticket entire, al)
f a mml':11hr.'f"l'ln
we find : .
,and was extremely: impudent when w '':J ulleotl .. ehnra'tor of the school board and fifteen
'" what we seek. If 100\ t
!- we ,for flight nhlJt: t
questioned crust
XEWSPAPER LEGISLATION and beauty -if by'rthe reporter and be many r>::U.<. think t' at I twentt'I&bi'membt ra of the tx
we try utility li :
r ,A 'PenzsY1'Y nii.Prlator! "faas- Introduced thtngta: admire;; UrfijijI TJ some- fa ted" the rattfoad'coiniany the :worst'she .: etytin : t! at If n m-iB'tim brali .t', I delegates. This Democrats tl*
andypraiSB others could1 I paw '
r a ,bill giving an offend, edwe shall : ,1ler 'manner' mused 'several : ws it S"n tim=:n!::11!'i 'eioit' additional.
t < fltnJUH'-j /iQurihe: ,?ther i>rt l jnrtMnz.:
Citizen \: 'staaders e tar p r \
the remark :
Bright tb' kick the lr editor hand. if ,like to that she Sr :'t n1-)., :1'), n-t.
t SrhltePtne- thef hog we roo!, la the should have t''JPh; a"'If'JJf.1'' stassfed
eoerrior'tif' Florida would mire seek* s6meinffag' s suffered, more than she ,W 'na.tl bVr _Why, buy bJr
9 M M I--I*>*** 'a. filthy.ikeep..I did. .0::I.. to L -.itic.., S,'WEJ '.:.1+, I jean get the bt 9talMed *

a % i Bird's ar et.lily .
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CQ t AND THEY) CO)

*****m

:: xt cws.<< of, Live Oak and Snwannee Walking Skirts and Muslin Underwear j jAT '

& County, ,Gathered by the Demot' -
I crat neporterFine '
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I E,. whte marsulles. quilts Just "

k- received .at the Bon Ton. i THE' LADIES'THIS EMPORIUM i

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_; Cronies" at the +
"Two Old Benight

! ''{{'1 Auditorium. .by theVil1a- ComeSy' Co. ::1 WEEK ONLY 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNTNew ,

: : Skating at the Auditorium Friday I li l-
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-enjoy yourself. I
Anight. Come-out-and i,
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: Line Skirts New Shipment Muslin Underwear
:- Col. Ira,.of Carter, is attending ,

Perry. ., "
court at Direct from thegarments largest manufacturer in NewCambric
-- B't'.k' Voile ()() to $15.00. .
: ,' .J.J 1-' and Blue $10. Chiffonyore. '
It you what to sell see Bailey. These are made of the finest
Panama's,'Mohairs, Secillians, in all the leading colors I .
the licensed auctioneer.- ,:. ftfsells.G .. 1 Long Cloth and'Nainsook and are cut extra full
.. for Spring;wear. House; Skirts-made of Linen, Duck ,

G. ,Jackson and-vUe.- of the and other wash tnaterials, ,going for less than the valueof : .

Park, are 'here' shopping' ..t 'ilay"t' material. '.. :- SEE THE NEW KIMONA GOWNS. :
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:\ R. Stanford returned to her
home-in Mrs. J.Quitman today.S. Make Your Selections this Week and' Take Advantage of the Discount.
'

: S. E. sutton, of Mayo, was here today 1

I THE LADIES' EMPO.RIUM.et .

G. E. O'Hara, of Peacock, is here. 1.1.1.1 I I I"I 1.1 I I I-'I I 1.1.1 1.1. I 1.1 I .-. I. . 1.1.1.1 1.1.1. I' I. I" I. I I I" I I I I 1.1 I. I 1.1.1. .
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today. .. __
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"Two Old Cronies" tonight at the what five dollars and seventyfive SALEM The pastor desires to call the attention

Auditorium by the Wills Comedy Co. cents will bring you elsewhera FOR of the church to the 'fact that When think

In this issue.' .this is prayer meeting night at the you 1

Miss Jossie Parrish, of Jasper Is .Baptist church. For two weeks, we about that fine j
here visiting Mrs. R. E. McNeil.Dr. J. W. Hampton, of Hampton have bad no service' on account 'of
UNIMPROVED'
Springs, is In the city today registered IMPROVED AND ,meeting .at the Methodist church.V. Watch .
r
Will White went to Perry this at the Ethel. you
morning on business. O. Jones, recently.,from Terrell,
need thinkRADFORD'S
Bird the butcher, has Just received City Rear state was here last night and left this ..
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J.. A. Williams, a prominent attorney a car 'load 'cf fine stall-fed beef morning for Lake City. He is Buffering of' i

.from Cedar Key Is ia the city. cattle from Quincy. from the loss of his left
thumb at the mill in Terrell, and is

'.* '"Two Old Cronies' tonight at the Read our greatest magazine .and Farms .,Etc now incapaciated for work. j
Auditorium by the Wills Comedy Co. newspaper clubbing ever offered by -
': v t or": t this paper ': t.. General Manager Whittelsey and ,

:,_CJ\s. ILB onwent to, Jackson- --. Train Dispatcher Peck of the Sea- Where you ;will ; find, a
:: Till*!.bihbakihesstitbia morning.S Mrs Oi F. Johnson, of Jacksonville, LISTi board, were here this morning on

,." who has been visiting Mr.' West- G" business connected with the road. choice assortment of jthe.
YOUR.PROPERTY
; P. Vickery o( ,Lake City was rook's family, returned home this From what we could glean, we be-

.jtefa.today.. : I morning. lieve that the new depot site was.. be-, ..very best ,

Thos. Dowling; went to Jacksonville. : Chas. ,Hoehrleln, of Jacksonville' /' '';.f WITHUS. ing viewed by them. 'C20RYEARSD WaGn

this morning on business.XLC. here visiting friends Miss
: .. ] ,: who has been Sadie Green, who has been ...
for several days, returned home yes- -- visiting in South Florida for sometime
'R Ed 1dS.O'f, ,: Lake City, was terday. and who returned last week, WATCHES REPAIRED .
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here.y $terda)': went to Jasper last evening on a visitto ,

Mrs. C. A. Howard and two children EDWARDS 'REALTY[ CO. relatives- and friends there. Miss J. D. RADFORD
W. O. Hair left for West Florida
of Falmouth, were here today I Green is very popular here, and all LIVE OAK flA. 3
yesterday on business. visiting her brother Dr. Brown, and her friends wish her a pleasant visit.
doing some shopping I Lewin Building, Room 3. '
"Two Old Cronies" tonight at the b4efwhen
Why buy gras-fed you
Auditorium by the Wills Comedy Co. Mrs. Strang returned to Tampa today I Mrs John O. Ross, of Rossburg, can get the best stall-fed beef at THE BEAR IDEA .1

after bringing her mother's was here this morning en route to Bird's market. / tf

Senator Newlan was reported not corpse here for burial. Mrs. Strangwas I Quitman, Ga., summoned there on 1

quite so well this morning a former resident of Live Oak. account of the death of'her brother -Use Kennedy's Laxative' Cough ,1

Joseph Mabbitt Syrup. Children like its pleasant
CoL Frank Drew made a business Mrs.'Goodbread. of Mayo, who has taste. Contains no opiates but drives
trip to Jacksonville this I I
morning. ..... been visiting her son, Dr. Goodbread, H. J. Charles, who represents the the cold out through the bowels. Y. '
at Chattaboochee is here on a visitto Gulf Refining Co. is in the city today Made In conformity to Pure Food and:
TO RENT Furnished and unfurnished I I
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W. H, Goodbread's family. from Tampa, interviewing our Drugs Law. Recommended and sold
rooms, address "R" In 'care I
merchants. He Is one of the most by City Pharmacy. dw
of Democrat. I' tt Miss Fay; Stuart, a very fascinating -
popular drummers on the road.
J. A. Leslie, a prominent contractor -
young lady,from Jasper, who has _?_
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie of the Wills from Lake City'passed through
her aunt, Mrs
been here on a visit to
Mrs Barton, a trained nurse from here this morning on the Seaboard
Comedy Co., were pleasant callers at I I 1
returned home yesterday.
Wasdin Chicago, who has been at St. -
the Democrat office last evening. I en route west. Mr. Leslie has his
I I Augustine, arrived here today on a eyes on Live Oak, and proposes to be
Miss Bertha Smith, one of the most I
Hon. Horatio Davis, of Gainesville, of I visit to her mother. Mrs McCaslin. located here from where contractsare
ladies Jasper can
attractive young
was In the city this morning regis- She will probably remain here a weekor let in the future for the erec- of feeding Teddy with our good Ice
lay claim to, was here shopping jes- .
tering at the Ethel. .' ten days. tion of buildings Cream seems an enormity. It wouldbe
terday. _
I t. : really letting it to
-KODOL For clears the go waste but
Dyspepsia
John K. Williams ,cashier of the Five dollars and seventy-five cents then Ice
pill our Cream very often does
stomach and makes the breath
-Whenyou need take "pill, thirteen dollars to as
Citizens Bank of Mayo.swas here on spent means you "go to waist," and the ladies waistsare
:
Riser.They :
sweet KODOL is
it's Early as a rose. sold by
and be an
business .. sure -read our greatest magazine and '
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yesterday. sold here by' City Pharmacy : druggists on a guarantee relief plan. the ones that get the most of It.
..... are newspaper clubbing advs elsewherein
dw*, It conforms strictly to the National No party or'reception could be complete -
A. C, Mills, of Valdosta was here this Issue.
:--.::. Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by without each guest having a
this morning en route to Dowling T '
Park. Keep on smiling," and read our J+.W Clark, who has been very III City Pharmacy. dw* dish of our pure, delicious, and comforting ,

greatest magazine and newspaper for some time with pneumonia was Cream which we make in a j

If you want draying done or/_ clubbing ever offered by this paper. reported some better this morning Misses Gertrude and Alice Guer- variety of flavors to suit all preferences -
: ard, of Atlanta, who have been here .
'
trunk carried to the depotrteh Particulars elsewhere In this issue. and the'chances are good for his re- Every ingredient warranted.
quick. phone 19. W. N/Boatright. I coveryold. .; for some time, guests of Mrs. Nellie Nut Cream 75c a quart; other

J $%50 wagon seats, new,' Airth their home are contemplating next week. These returning to flavors "iOc quart; delivered anywhere -
Mrs. Judge Rice,' /l Luraville, Bailey's the Auction Ho Z' is plentiful, but you can not young I In city.
; ladies have made hosts of friends in
who has been visiting here. returned .afford to miss our greatest magazine
$1.50. Other things in pr Live Oak since they have been here, '
home this morningConstable .' Be quick. tf"and Live newspaper OaK by,clubbing this paper.ever, offeredin Read and their sojourn in our midst has FlolluJa o BOOK O O 01111 N News CO. "

-- resulted in continual entertainments
Morgan, of Wellborn: particulars elsewhere. --, -. -
was here on official business th.i Porch Lanier and John H. Grant, I in their honor. Miss Gertrude said

morning. of the river country, who have been \VhJ- buy gras-fed /> / when you to the reporter this morning that Atlanta H. J. MORRIS

here since Monday, left for'their can get the best sJlaH fed beef at I her home city was first In her

E. S. Hugger of ,the firm of Hug. respective homes this morning Bird's market, tf thoughts, but Live Oak was a close Contractor and Builder j'

ger Bros., arrived in 'the city from I second. It may be that the cities. Apply for plans, estimates !

Montgomery, Ala. )'esterd Y. Especially recomended for Piles- A negro boy In the employ of Mr. could be transposed. and specifications.Office s
that is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Buckanan, manager of the Singer !
Come out' lo the Auditorium Friday Hazel Salve. Sold by City Pharmacy Sewing. Machine C.o, stole a dollar I THOMPSON & WARREN on Ohio Ave., A. C. L. Crossing.

night. See advertisement i/to- dw* from his employer this morning, and
day's Democrat for particulars was Arrested by Deputy Sheriff ;prays and Delivery Wagons. +_ III1IIII III 11.1 III1II1 ',

-KODOLls, a thorough stomach re- Hemming, ,As the lad was too young DR. ;
; ; Furniture moving a specialty. : : CHAS. E. TAYLOR ; ;
$dO REWARD lief. It digests what yon eat and.. to prosecute, his father was ,palled 'I

,-,. gives toe:stomach'rest and aislsta in din and, with a good,switch he Bayed: :1" STOVE WOOD j j
VETERINARY.
For the arresf with hrm I; 1
any!Verson proof' to convict restoring it to Its I normal Activity to a frazzle. Then the youth Any'length delivered to any part
or pe'rs1)hs counterfeiting and usefulness:,,:KODOL is'sold on'a I was discharged, from custody. Thisis Solicits your patrona&re-Office !

BarclayViririfo-Phenol.1-lit guaranteed relief'plan by City Phar the proper method to pursue when .ofcity, promptly: .., Giye us your .*} at residence-j o a 3. nga).1484111Itlllllllllllll'I'II.; ;

BARCLAY; &;GOO- VER.r macy. "\ dw jdealln gwith youthful criminals. busines., Phone 55. i
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LIVE OAK DAILY DIDIOORAT. ;WEDN>dl31AY. APRIL 8. J901.II .


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FLO.RIDA.I RA.I WAY_ your does couga.ls not' 'trouble only you in..the now throat. don't and LiveOa:! k .1V.1'f'T/ 'tt" :


..Y SCHEDULE. think that it need no atention. When"it -; "
TRAINS A. 1. RY ANB A.c. L. aT. AT LIVE OAIt. of a start is he :'
;CNNEC'I'S WITH ALL ON S. has not had much ,' 4:

cEJCTJUL'I'UI" : aLUi vr.UD ; time to check )t. < The slightest \ '.d -Manufacturers of
'1' 10 ,
DO""
'. easilyv leads lo Pneumonia,
cough
Na!. No:1.Na z '
: a Na L ," Mail Local Fd Bronchitis; andConsumptlon. A bottle Lumber Shingles Ice 'Electric Ligif

i amend ATlONS. Ex ndsa Ex toe of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will .

f 3nnda7.Swett Dti.. Dal"b' SIIDdQ' cure that 'cough. The price puts it Power and Turpentine. ,

: within reach of all. Sold.by Suwan-
i -: dwuttn *
-..... ..-Ar. 10 60 m 5 40 P a. nee Drug Co.
L. in of the city furnished '
: 1 ao i m I so P" Uv.iOak Electric Lights any part for

150 a m alpm1'v PW- Lvl030.m tZOpmf05 from A. J. Robertson. Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric. Power

...:.._ 'eo
Stotlq 1. ZZ a m P ID
a .i 3b4ymLv La Manatee March 28.-Live Oak day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. .
'..ft.... Ly. CUp <
m
10 20 a at
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110_ a m II 6 P ID Ly """"' z.. Daily Democrat-A few days ago Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special =
Jar ."" Ly 1010 a at 44p eo : E. J. ado
Ly. the Democrat said that Mr. .
,., iao m 4 OS .at 3.s and all orders promptly filled.
Ar. .--Wi1marth.__. .-- ..__.LY. 10 eo .. 4 to P m Lawson had arrived from Manatee i. '

I.io, --.J a %m! 4 1. p. Ly WWDanJa.-4.5 _...-Ar. and state J that was very low with' We will give ,you good prices on low grade ceiIinf:

.10a.. Ar.-... :.....- y..... -_-...-- rheumatism, and Mrs.Robertson had flooring. Come and get our prices. -

e lOam LY 4.5 be.en in bed for five weeks. This Is I

.. .. vlUma.tb.... .-
"lOa. .Ar. a mistake. 4 have rheumatism and ...--- .
Wilmanb-- Ar' 0 17 a s C 11 p m
10 40 a m 4 20 P ID Ly '.t f bad it before I left Live Oak. Ican.t accept Christ(1..)'. Because you came to the rescue, sin wu
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.--S1Iw'an Rivec. 0 U a III C 1Z P" '
tell a.. I U P ID Ly walk. but I 'weigh 140pounds. need him. Bishop Jeremy Taylor has come and '"condemned In the

10 io a ID tlO P m i+v--- N 1 y. f 4s a m I S7 P mas This is more than 1 ever. weighed. I said: "Be governed by ,your, need, but on Calvary's Cross there ltd

10 It' a _m 444p4'....._ .14&700...- n..._._Ly. II a m I Up.. am perfectly well except this rheumatism not by your fancy." Perhaps you say savior whose life was sacrificed i -

I' CO a ... Lv......... --........-KaJ'e.-Litt Ar. and I can eat and sleep. Thatis you do not need him. But even while he might free man from the

t 'f Ar -Altoa.- 1,.. what this part of Florida is noted the words linger on your 'lips, there of sin and death. Can you tart |
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1. a m Ly'----."-. ""' U'- for. (Eat and sleep.) comes a voice from the very ,depthsof the uplifted face, pale and silent

. i6 a &t...._....!. "-- _.far..L.. Mrs. Robertson was in bed nine jour being, which says you do. death and say, "It is nothing to i

Li 10 a .-u;: Lv.--........... i.--m weeks with la grippe and it ran into In the rush of life; above the Behold him' as he is being ICO

It trI 1S1 C U P" Ly. !:I_. 1.' 'typhoid. fever and I thought, for noise and din ,of the world; In spiteof weigh 'the pain of those blow, ;

Ly--- .""._"..S&l r4 ---,,--_ .L.. a i5 aID"11 pmU" three weeks she would die in spite of your, efforts to stop your ears to to them attentively and then
45 i :
112 S a ID' p m ,1.
Ly_._ .k.Id- _Ly. 9 06 aID I U PIDI.i aU the doctors and I could do. but Its sound there comes a cry which ember it Is written of him,

a.. 510 pm Chad_.....---.---- -....Ly. .00. m 235 P ID tb"nk' God. at last I could see a yon cannot stifle telling your need his stripes we are healed." Fesot.

1164 a m s17pmLv IJ change and she began to get better. of Christ. You need him because of him on the way to Calvary, Ita
1M__ Y. 51 .. Z ZO pma.1
12'" a m 5 Z7 P Ir.Ly Dr. Gates of this place. Is the doctor the vanity and uncertainty of life. ing and fainting under the 1i'e1&ht

Lv___Fenbolbws7__....Lt. 3 C5. m Z 10 pmF who saved her life.
1211. m 'Ii P" 1.1 After we have received all this world the rugged cross upon his bl<

12 II a ID 5 41 p ID I.y. ___ Do-Dm&I'k-3J _......_Ly. i as a'm t5 P m Well I am well pleased with the can offer, an aching void still re- back. Then remember it i*

Ar. Peft7__.... Ly. 3501m 1 ZO p. country if I could' get about. I was mains. How' quickly the world forgets All we like sheep have gone i astr
II N ID 550 pm
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unable to get to and from my boat and turns its back upon us. How we have turned ever gone to tU i

( FU< .Station, (r)' Register. (a) Regular Stop. (sAteac7 ) so I traded it for an automobile. A ruthlessly' our fondest hopes are way and the Lord hath laid oa !

Station 'T P.,ALSTON. Saperla .adeat. good machine, and I will erne up to crushed and laid bleeding at out feet the iniquity of us all." View him -

acts Genera .r Agent Live Oak some day. and I will give by the-hand of some cruel enemy. they stretch him upon the cross,]

Capt. Hillman and R. L. Dowling We looked and those thriving buds ten to the dull thud of the Das 0

the best race they have had in a longtime gave fair promise of a wealth of roses its blows send the cruel

:My boy. John, can run the with which we planned to wreathe piercing through his hands sad I

r Live Oak .Perry & Gulf auto, to perfection. such charming crowns for those we Then remember it is written '
Orange trees are in full blossom
loved. Our hopes ran high. We look- was wounded for our transgre

Railroad and the whole air smells sweet.. ed again but, alas! the buds were he was brused for ''our iniquities.*-
4 Company. I did well with
very my orange
blighted the roses never bloomed Take the last look at him II
crop,the past' season, but I think the
the crowns not made hopes expires in awful
t SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 4 1966.a were our agony yet p
.. crop will be short next season. Every
were crushed. The oftrepeatedstory the Father to forgive his persecu
\. thing Is for rain here
as
suffering
I I of disappointment sad and bit- Then 'remember it Is written, 'r
it hasn't to do in
rained good
and PaaaSTATIONS.
any
'Mail and P.. ter again written down. Wealth without
Pad Passenger Maf and P. Frt. Paa.eagerNo. was we were strength, in _
six months.'
over does not satisfy. Worldly honor does time Christ died for the
ting
1 No 5 No. a No. .1. Na.4. N.6 We had some fresh cucumbers yesterday -
D a i I.r Sunday Only Daily ex.Sun Dai17 DailY.. Snn Sun. OnlaL not satiate our ambitions longing. Surely you ought to accept hlin.
M. P. M.. P.M.. P. M. ..M A. Mp fqr dinner' Green beans have I Personal aggrandizement does not Finally to
you ought
Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive
been on the market for some time
OJ 00 2.55 140 ._Un Oak_ 430 '.510 9.U give Christ. The whirl of pleasure Christ because your only hope<<
( II IS 1.08 I 54 ._aock Sink. 416 9.29 1.28 and we will sooh have fresh tomatoes.
fi a II III t13 I 00 ---'Stern.-_ 4 12 .D 9.24 leaves its sting which Is keenly felt, him. He said plainly. *'l am theM
Well, I will let you hear from me
.22 111 101 Mercer.- 4011 .n 9.20
I 26 1 1.11 I 111 ._ Platt.-- 4 I US L17s814 when the music has ceased and the the truth, and the life." The A'
I.SO 330 __Lancaater.._ 35; .00 9.08 again some day if I livelong enough. lights are"extinguished. "Jesus alone le Peter positively states "Nei
Ar. II ,'8 At I.Si Ar. I 40 Dowling Park.L" II 48 Ly 1.60 Lv 9.00 ,
Ly. 3 45 Ly '.60 LY. 4 10 Ar' St! Ar 8.28 "-. can bless." "He satisfieth the long- there salvation in any other for i
I fIG 415 .._.Chaney___ s II 1.1. ._...i_... A Card
3 61 C 11. ._ e1L.._. -S 38 1.14 _..._.... Ing soul and nlleth the hungry soul is none other name under her
S 57 : iaJ'o Junction II 28 1.11 -....... This Is to certify, that all druggistsare with goodness." You need him.
: : given among men whereby we abe
"a 9 90 Ar: -.1>&7-.. I Zi Ly LOS ............ authorized to refund your moneyif .'
Ly 4 40 Again the soon coming judgment saved. A
I CI6 4 44 ._....si1e_ lit Ar ue .._...... Foley's Honey and Tar falls to drowning mAn
t 10 ___ 4 ss Townsend115 'US -...__. speaks in ringing tones your need of afford to refuse the lifeline thr

: : I g ::FeSnhoUowa7- : :; -.26 7.15 :.= = cure the cough your cough heals the or cold.lungs and It stops pre- Christ. Sad state indeed will be within his reach. Neither en

Ar. 9 : Ar. 5'; --Perrp... L.35Lv.19 yours if you are obliged to face the afford to reject Christ and the Jif(
Ar 3 20 L.7:00 J :=..:.:.:. vents serious results from a cold.
Ark 10 Ii ._- Hampton Sp' Lv.a O6 _. .... stern realities of that day alone. You offers to you. What then will ;
.. Cures la grippe coughs and precents
Le ... .... .
need Christ
pneumonia and consumption. Con- in the trying scenes of do with Jesus which is called <

IAYG and ALTON tains no opiates. The genuine is ina this life but in the judgment how Reason conscience and the
much more your eternal destiny in "
Spirit all join in saying
_J9UNJ) EAST BOUND yellow package. Refuse substitutes. -
jo : I I City Pharmacy. dw the balance without Christ, weighed him." Will you do it? _
papsewger I.'rt and Pua Frt.aM Pau STATIONS.Frt.. and Pan F .M Pa. Pa..nnr and found wanting. Can you afford But some
one says "I have :
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No. 6. No. 'I N.. 3 No.Ii No. It Brio. 6Sa
day Only Dan-ex SIIn. Dai17 'L-Sun- Dai17 es Sun DaD,SX 5uft. Sandal..Onb. Elder J, :T. Butler. to reject him? In the second felt like being a Christian, I
P. 14. A. M.. P. M.; A. M.. P. M.. A. M. place you ought to accept Christ because felt that way too." Another
Lease Lea". L.av. Ani" Arrive Ani" ;'
'Pilate salth unto them what shall
1.80 9 00 4-30 DowU DC Park 1.10 1.111>> '.ot he suffered and died for you. .t am a drunkard I have bees
Los. 1.10 ..40 Mayo Jtaon '.68 1.20 11.38 I do there with Jesus which is called "God commendeth his love toward
., '. .. 40.15 .23 "U Clark '.fT Lie 8,25' u drunkard too. You may say I U
: 4.5 LSS 1.08 Peterson '.85 1.00 11.18 Christ? Why all say unto him let In that while we were yet sinners.
'.20 too vile and wretched. I hue
I ..11 a 10.00 1.30 rd..o. L.s s 1.07Ar..43 him be crucified." "
Matt. 27:22.
Ar 1000C Ar 1.0 Alton LY 1.00 Ly LM LY 8.00P. Christ died for us. You may say the same way. O! dear
my
M. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. There are three facts pressed hometo that is to
nothing you. But is It not sinner friend for if not deceit,
i ., Regular atop. Connection made at Dowhng Park for all trains to and from LIT Oak.and Perr our hearts as we read the above Are you not morally obliged to
: Far information as to connections! with oth.r Ii_ phone .r call *n General Passenger Agent one my own heart I think I am
ptwne 147. Dcwhn Building. LIT.Oak. text. First Pilate had Christ on his who has saved your life? A fright friend. Come
out and let me
THOMAS DOWUNG. Preaideat. B P HOPKINS. General Paawnger Agent hands and must dispose of him In ened horse with carriage
attached with '
you out of the Scriptures, i
- some way. Second the people were rushes
! madly down the street. In
cerning the God
great sacrifice
t instant in their advice to dispose of tha carriage sits a man in imminent
made for sin
whereby the vile
him by crucifixion. Third, the as- peril. The carriage sways to and fro sinners be
may saved. Remem
AtiaiiticCoastLineFAMOUS sembly might advice Pilate as to the threatening at every bound of the some of

disposal of Jesus, but the act still maddened, steed .to hurl its unfortunate this needed you haven't long to
preperation and de
remained a personal one. The question occupant to certain death. A

was "what shall I do then with fellow man sees the danger rushesto Prepare to meet thy God in

Jesus which is called Christ?" Dear Come let me help you if I can;
------- ------ the
rescue grasps the bridle of the

reader if you are unsaved these swiftly flying horse a struggler I *
truths are just as applicable to your Don't Put off
The animal
TR/\INS. is checked in his wild. :
ea=e at the present time as they were i career but beneath his feet lies a i, for -
tomorrow
to Pilate in his ; what you can
day. Just as cer man crushed and
bleeding. Kind'
tain it is that you havethis same hands day if you put off buying a
quickly raise
and bear the of
Christ to deal with to accept or reject mangled form Ballard's Snow liniment, 'f
away while the :
occupant that
Just as true it is that the world of the pain comes you won't have
advises to crucify him carriage drives indifferently buy a bottle today. A positive 1
you
by
rejecting
New York and Florida SpecialLeaves on saying, "It is nothing to for
Rheumatism
hIs offer for mercy. Also remember Burns,
me.
But
Is It not? Is he not morally -
you alone are responsible for the Sprains Contracted Muscles efc

Jacksonville -laily except Sunday manner In which you deal with him his life indebted He to the man who saved S. Graham Prairie Grove

J2:50 M., for all points East. Solid Pause amid the press and hurry of was being hurried most to certainly is. Man writes: "I wish to thank To l.
perdition
Pullman.Chicago. this life, to consider this question erless extricate himself pow the good results I received
from his
for it is paramount to all others. awful condition. Snow Liniment. It positively e,

"What then shall I do with Jesus Sin me of Rheumatism after others]
was the
maddened
which is steed over failed.: Sold "
called
Christ? Before you which by Suwannee
l man had no '
control Christ1)Olng
decide to reject him please weigh Company.

carefully the following reasons why Business Again *

and Florida Limited you should accept,him. You ought to "When my friends thought I was Missrs. Mattie and Carrie
Hams
of
Mayo are here on a
; ... Bitten by Spider. about to take leave of this world on
visit
to their
sister Mrs Dr.

f Daily Solid! Vestibule leaving Jacksonville Through blood poisoning causedby and account general of indigestion debility nervousness aeon.

I 9:30 A. M., for all points West. a spider bite John Washington Chlsholm Treadwell, N.writes Y. A." A.d

, Coach on this train, also. of Bosqueville. Tex., would have lost when it looked as if there Free Tracts.

;his leg. which became a mass of hope left. I was persuaded was no For those who want to lave ,
to
running sores, had he not been persuaded Electric Bitters try for themselves call on Elder
and I
to t ry Bucklen's ,Arnica that they are curing rejoice to say Butler or ring him up phone ,t

Salve. He writes: "The first application doing business me. I am now This is a good way to find out wl
again
For rates, Pullman reservations, and all other. detailed ormatior relieved and four boxes and am still gaining as "of old. er the Second Adventists are t
< healed all the daily. Best truth (Bible
'
r sores. ) or/ .
__ write or call on Heals every tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed errorFOLETSHONEIH _

FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Dist. Pass. Agent A. C. L.. JacksonriU. Fla. sore.druggists.25c at Barclay & Groove by Barclay & Groover druggist

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party headed by Mayor Dunne stood WlllillJ II il I II II n1 III I II I Ii! i
Live Oak & Commissi Co. for immediate municipal ownership_ ; ; ft
Brokerage
through condemnation of the street II I, NOTICETo
car properties, if the result could not
be obtained in any other way. 'The
Contractors and Builders
favored'ordinances Prospective : I
Republican party

Flour Cigars which were recently*, passed by a
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I Democratic city council oven the. vetoof THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO..

Snoiflale Comet Oblisi Anita Fernandez Mayor Dunne.I .
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----- will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand

Why Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. '
have a tortid liver when Herbine, the
When'you eat 'good br such as these brands only liver reguator will hell you?; OUR SPECIALY: White! Sand Lime Brick., Ask for prices.. J \ .

There is no reason why you should
bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation, '

make, Chew Taffy Gum I Smoke, Cigars of this Chills ,and'when Fever Herbine or any will live cure:: complaints you.I The Live .Oak Brick & Supply Co. I IIIII

F. C. Waite Westville, Fla., writes: I. "'111 1'1I'l'l';\ '''I 1111111111'I'III Ii II i Ii I I! II i i Ii I 1I mlll''II I II .
don't ought to feel like a new .
brand. If you you "I was sick for a month with chills

and fever!, and after taking two bottles -,
man. of Herbine. am well and healthy -
," Sold by Suitannee Drug Company. C. E.
dw. Humphreys

I Chewing Gum Coffee -
Bitlis Earthquake. f CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

Taffy Tola L Globe, Imperial Erzenum, Turkish Armenia, April2.lnformatlon .
'
has reached the -
British, consul here to the effect that i i I Proprietor :'

while the earthquake which occurred Florida Novelty Works
& Commission Co.OTHER'S at Bitlis. March 29, was violent, the;
ive
Oak :
Brokerage
loss of life was small, only four
See before house.
casualties having been me building your Everybodyelse
rl'ported'i '
Many houses were damaged does. ,:
shocks continue Almost all the
I inhabitants are camped in the snow. '
f Residence and office, Phone 188.

t_ In Your Laundry Work

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DUTY City of Live Oak Suwannee County.:
I J. F. WEBBPAPER Florida, to be held on the first'Tues-

to 1.U nU woU tamny and U to tron k**n.aim.Ho 1 1can't IIAXCKK DECORATORWill day in May A. D. 1907.. at the
bo wol and .tronc II Rf t Council Chamber and in manner and
bi.Iddney.aro out of order. # \
you your back acbo7 Havo A be glad to furnish estimates form as prescribed by law, the following -
palna In tno kldnoyv -- G on work, and will guarantee satisfaction -
I* your urlno scanty and + municipal officers of said
blttty aro(Icna oolorod? TT e.o aro ,S at best prices. Reference: S. City are to be voted for and elect,
Got wall by taking wa ? A. Hinely. Live Oak. Call at Demo- Cc-wit. A Mayor, a Clerk, Treasurerand

DB. tfr GET'S BACKACQXA5DKID5IT crat office. Assessor filled by same person;

CURI. C. \WILSON. a Tax Collector; a Marshal and
Sure, cafo and roUablo f. Sanitary Inspector, filled bsame per-
euro. It it dooan't do what son; and an Alderman from Ward
** ***. *ot your monoy T A I LO R.
back.. Stop this tarrtblo dm- Raa1i ltMl No. 1; an Alderman from Ward No.
.a.* Pat
yoursoii
road to health today by on buy.the es 2; an Alderman from Ward No. 3;
Tailoring done at Rubenstein's Guarantee
UK a bottla at your -
drur an Alderman from Ward No. <4<
ti.N, Mo and$1 a boW*,' 'tn we feel sure we can give you the store. Prompt senrice-satisfaction ;
an Alderman from Ward No.5
; an
greatest satisfaction. There Is an .
guaranteed.CITY i j Alderman from the City at Large;
added stiffness and a glorious gloss
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. also one Bond Trustee,
to fill
I expired -
put upon our work that enhances the BARBER SHOP.We '
term of C. A. Hardee, Alderman -
---- pppearance and lengthens the life of I
have opened up a barber shop,; from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to
PUBLICANS Shirts, Col-
WIN CHICAGO.. Republican candidate for major, ov your linen. Bring your '
oa Ohio avenue, in the White build-t fill unexpired term, caused,.by re-
er Edward F Dunne his Democratic lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs White and i
ing, and solicit the patronage of the moval from Wards and resignation
Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc., to our, (
and for
lecided candidate
re
Reversal of Public opponent a white of incumbents.
Opinion i people. Shop Is newly fitted
'
will have them
and
Laundry you
election. Busse's 12-.
plurality was
on:Municipal Ownership as Compared done In satisfactory up. and everything kept neat and Given tinder my hand and seal
and carefuly a
121 quickly
\votes. The issue in the cam-
With Two'Ye.arsgo.. clean. the 21st. day of March. A. D, 1907.
caign has been largely based upon manner at a satisfactory
(Seal)
v M. E. BROOME
Chicago. April %.-The most in- the improvement of local traction price.. McQueen & Griffin.
Mayor City of Live Oak.
M-n.se campaign In municipal politics system,. Both, parties'agreet tha Suwannee
County Florida.
pat Chicago has experienced In present conditions are intolerable MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION'. Attest '
: :
lection UJ' years closed today with the but differed as to the best method of Live Oak Steam Laundry. Notice Is hereby given that at the I S. P MAYS, Clerk.

of Frederick A. Basse the revising them. The Democratic PHONE 139. next General City Election of the Live Oak. Florida.


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fll Katherly DIIHt"l TY9III
'
;Hf i Fh. came Into bU study gently. "Iii .
bat to disturb you dear." lie looked '
l "It Is after 11. .and Dick bas_ ,' I
up. .
; f, notcome ome1et-*nd-lt"l8 the out.sec"indilmTthls oj .. .. :). 1h 41.b. Q t11 ,l T i-; ;.:
r has stayed -
week he _
i' rl1vmg.
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1,1. .I4q
I'aid not:**ab:to weak_to yOU-but. **: : : ... I e : .. _,. ...
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py.r '
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seTenteen"- I ;; :t::" """ 1' .iIJ' "' :
i boy of . > ', :e3. '
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She faltered. ntt wa looking at her 7.J1'i : : .:;.. _z"p' .' :
.. fixed,expression. ""I '. ". -. '. !. '. .- '
with a sjrapge. *:'c. Jlev. Caleb A. Ridley/, .
understand., Leave him,to me. I shall .,. .; -

wait up until:becomes In." . .
r x' "Don't be harsh with him" she said 'citizen' of Suwannee- County should feel a .personal pride in'J! t! 1'0 -
/ pleadingly, "On, I am so sorry I told : Is a book that every .

r yon such! a Hemember/J good boy- has always been.0I 'more than two years :Rfo :l&dieyTE given himself unselfishly to the. upbuilding,; of Live( -

*!My dear you hu'e'nothing further

';, ? to do with this I must. deal with my Oak and .the surrounding'rcoifnty. =: He has been behind almost every enterprise, commercial _?
r son In my own way. I' request you '

i not to Interfere. .You had better go :'this time and yUh'public address and sermon ;fnas': been
o quietly to your'room. I ask you to d3 as well as religious, during { \ pen 4

o .. so. I want him to find me here when that and : But his 'effort J
he sees fit to return to his home." tireless advocate of all ,was upbuilding uplifting greatest: literary {

.
a anxiously She retired beating with and her'waited mother until heart the and otherwise. is seen in/.TIIE LITERATURE!: OF ,LIVING.' There isn't a dull line :*

click of a latchkey sounded in the
She listened trembling. anecdote'and fun all clothed in elegant English the book -
I street door. in it. The humor, pathos, are ; b
f. ready to rush out. a penitent peacemakers ,

f"' She beard i dedicated to Capt.. Hillman, 'one. of our own Suwannee:. :citizens, and several of, the. scenes are
"Dick.; Is that your

: il r" "Yes"Is the sir.dog" .in the hall- T laid in our own section. The] Democratfeels; iuchaj just:pride in the production that it proposes !
:

k, "Yes.-Well sir.turn" out the gas. Good night : to carry this ad. in its columns until every man in Suwannee countyniay have an opportunity

..,., '
t Madeline Bridges In TVoman's homes '

s t Companion. .' ,'i"t- .' *"." of securingnthe book. ,It. maybe, had_ 'at_this of!icetor-by: calling on Mr. Ridt f,'_

!: .
r Characteristic- 'Soajt*. at his home, 6r\ttc insignificant. price' of ONE DOLLAR,,,or may have it sent, -\post-paid;
r, "It may't r may not be the case' tbat :

i y a from race's Its folk temperament songs" said can a traveler be judged on i to any address/for the same amount. Get one at once Land. you will never .regret it. .0.1

a transatlantic liner, the other day
lit "but It Is Interesting to note the dir '

t- Terence of subject matter In the scraps : \
Dollar
Price One
"
.r : PostpaidAddress
.. of various peoples!: .
: The Irishman for instance seeD ,
t' to sing for the most part about. hid
ladylove. Hardly any"of his songs se- '
.
1 not addressed' to his 'Somebody- Ma-!"' ;: : l' : ,DEMOCRAT,' ( LIVE_ OAK, FLA.Sfc .

Tourneen. ,
"The Scot, on the other hand, slnss- . . ... . .... . . . .. . . .. . . -
about his country and its history, as'a r' :. .. ..
rule. 'Scots \Vha Hae *Ye Banks .and *,SKS4x. .-, SK.4s>$. xSKSx$4. ., ,'.>.$.. *S> ,., '

Braes o' Bonnie Doon." 'Loch a omonax ," "" .. ;

.' and so on. might be taken as examples. ., 9 L: Aa Audacious Fool, s80'm y..blunders 'came- to'--J3e made. -M-
The Englishman it Is interesting tr- The function of the klno;',. fool in The book Is entitled The Anatomy of :

note, sings about himself all the time.' mediaeval time was in u mea ure au the Mass." It consists of.172 pages and : 1 t
f Ills songs are about his own glory.' hisIr" unpoitant o.ie. and be why filled the is accompanied byA"* list of errata of
..... ships Ws men. his He refers 1 PURE WHITE SKATE
power. post had oteu'ery .preat indueuce fifteen closely printed:: pages. The..1lu- ,
occasionally to, old England, but' onlyas with his sovereign. Perhaps the brightest thor: in bs) explanation attributes the
a place he made famous by his own and most astute of fools was Tri- mistakes to" the. devil who. he says.

.prowess. Unlike the Irish and, the bonlet. the favorite Jester of Francis L first paused; bhic to" drop the mann
Scotch, he sings little of his women It.was reported that his majesty who scriptto '.JditEimao and his country's- beauties."-Xew York was:of a very generous nature had most illegible-aud. secondly, by befuddling -

liktj Times.. acceded to a request of Oharlei V.. the pr4nfer4-"made them commit

i SD Trick*--of the Trade.This emperor of Germany that he"niight a number Wanders never,equaled...to.. Friday Night, April! 5th! 19 1 ;

w-atchV Bald the apprentice pass through' France on Uk way from a work of that Size,, ; 0 : ,}. 'oJ
"runs too fast I'll regulate It." Spain to theetherland ; twitting "
Two prizes will be awarded as follows
:"Done aside all recollection of what he had The Oldest Dank. :
1th1g
of the kind said the
suffered at the emperor's hands whilea The Bank otc Naples\ Is the oldest
Jeweler. apprentice captive in Spain.' Francis was preparing bank In existence.for the Monte Veccbio One-to the Gentleman wearing the most a]
"Why not? the asked in
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to receive: Charles with much of Venice' and the Banco San
surprise. ceremony and splendor Observing one Giorgio at Genoa: both founded in the priate White Costume.
"Because. the other explained "the
morning that Triboulet was scribbling twelfth century, have ..ceaedto exist
owner teaches music. Industriously upon a bit of paper. as has also the Bank of Barcelona. CIne to the Lady wearing the most appropi
"But hanged If I see"began the .
Francis inquired what he was doing. founded in tbe fourteenth century. The
puzzled apprentice. **I have just added the name of Em- Bank of Naples was founded In 1539 White Costume.No .
! -"Listen.'the Jeweler Interrupted. .
0'I
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and Is a state bank with considerable '
peror Charles of Germany to my list of a -
"When Watches aVe left here never fools." answered the jested ""a'sovereign capital. to which no one lays any one allowed on the floor before '9 o'cl<

regulate them unless there Is a special who is committing tti'e incredible claim. In other''words, it Is'a joint

[ order teachers to, do for'so.instance Some -people-musIc want their 'folly of Intrusting himself to'**you- bypassing stock, bank" .wlttt, 'J'no. shareholders except those wearing-white costumes.:
through your kingdom
!t ., watches to run a little fast. So do IC.rt."I, General after
"Folly? How If I should let him pass Unattnir Incident.An skating 9 o'clock.
cabbies. Bo do fencing masters. Other safely Incident ota very curious character .

people want their watches to run slow. 'Then I shall substitute your name happened at tbe meet of E. A. Admission lOc. Skates} to every '"

Builders like slow running watches. for his" was the audacious retort of Hardwick's Weston.super-Mare barriers
and so do ministers, and so do men the fool. at North therton. The hounds mnmi inn IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI. mini nHiiim'

who play billiards by the hour."-Ex- were in full cry In a field of roots -

change.\ Wo by HU V. tl_. after a hare when a second hare was I
Baron de Mobrenheim. a Russian diplomat disturbed, with the result that racingin PROFESSIONAL CARDS. L.E.ROBCKSON.JJ A.S

The Forehead.A was one of the strongest fig- an opposite direction, she collided I c.S. :3aoWM. OBERSON & S
receding brow. like a FJ.E.h01l.uo1lI .
receding ures In the political-life of his country., with the first hare. Both were k:I'.edon"
.
-. chin shows a lack of will power and Ile did not believe l in conceding a point tLe"pot one-h&,:iLg as neck 'dlslocated I &' THOMASON
BROWN
of .
a firm and quick Intelligence. The
forehead that has If bard fitting seemed likely to bring the other apparently dying of ATTORNEYS -> AT -:-
projecting
" "bumps"over
victory. While holding a high positionIn fright.--London. MailCartyle ,
the eyes Indicates observation. A Will do
i general in S
practice
St Petersburg his life was threat-
high prominent, bulging brow does PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Federal Courts. '--
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and the .
ened by a conspiracy 4. workman had t s.Carlye .
not contribute to the beauty of the I c
been detailed to kill him and after the as a schoolmaster was a ROOMS 1 ann 3 [ BaiPSOM
Ur-STAnwl. LKWDT
face but it shows both the absent terror to evlldOP-, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA.DR. .
I Even tbe biggest '
mindedness plot was discovered be had the man *No.190.
and the keen Intellect of
I brought before him. The accused wasa and boldest boys wilted when he J. W. LIVE OAK. i FUOia
the scholar. It is the forehead that growled out WEST
"dunce"
looks straight, but which In youth who had been driven by star or "blockhead.
reality vation to the revolutionists He. dll not thrash often as his scowl .l LEnII01ffiYA.
Join
slopes back a very little, with the eye- "Ton Physician and Surgeon.
was enough to hush ._
do not agree with what I am doing?" a whole school
brows
, projecting and firmly marked, Cot+.a e.I.... PHY.at
, but when be did thrash P
said the baron he meant busi Office Carroll Building Ohio Avenue
that Is one of the most desirable. Its in a friendly tone. The
possessor will be tolerant, but firm, man answered defiantly In the nejcatlve ness. One day h Joiner passing along Residency at Ethel HoteL
I
steady:intelligent and decisive. \ery well* said the Intended the road heard the pot piteous! howls
Phone
and cries for '1 Office. No. its.Residence. CLINTON & ME(
mercy an help
victim, every man is entitled to his coming .lioa.
Yrom th* schoolhouse and'] S3 or 168. _
A Stage EpUode. opinion, and I think that what yon : Itahbhlg'.in |<* .bran Stan (Barclay&Gnx .
handing his exclaim-1 >T r)No 1C
When Mrs. was want Is nx to Carlyle. be
Bellamy acting All work. lie ordered the man to J
cia In "Jane Shore" the be freed *' < I BROOME .
king was present and found him employment In I'M. & "' -
"JI+t doo't '
among the audience: =Apparently his own service,, where the workman ootricht mono and no 4 v ',
.0 tnlnre.xaaltws"I I
the play was not so potent as'the wine remained till the day of his death 'ft ; /\ A J .

i. his majesty had taken at dinner, for few years afterward. : ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR Wholesale
.
p he fell asleep, greatly to Mrs. Beli a j t {tr .. .. AT LAW. and
_; R } I. i. riVB OAK/ '
; Umy's annoyance for she drew near Broke the Sprll. it FLORIDA,

to his box and with a most violent ex Tp to th time of Grover. .Cleveland's ,- Will practie in aU-the e.urta el the State.
ertIon of voice which the part admItted election It was a popular superstition -\: \I rl ;1 Ja1attcRt_' .en'c. eon.-.. CoIltioa Spec-
of
Rests. Etc.
of cried out. "Oh. thou false lord!" with politician that nOr candidate, .. .d to.If' AD bwiaeas promptly attend- tailDealersinFlci

and woke the king, and thus, like Mac whose name began withthe lettercould C-1 t ,t. '. 1. '! .r.a,Pusrac Sr.rs:T'lAKCL .

beth, she murdered sleep and revenged be elected to the presidency j The da and Weste
T
herself on his majesty.-From "An- Idea arose from the fact that no man ? M. DIXON,
.o nala of Covent Garden Theater,'' whose surname presented this peculiarIty *-' .L, r.c' '

no matter bow strong he was with
Fair Prep alUo" the,people had ever been successfulat DENTIST. ;
"Don't you throw: off anything because
the .
palls There werp two ClintonsGeorjre OUTODONTIA
.. of the big holes In these doughnuts : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE ME.ATPhone
and De Witt: William (I. (Vaw -
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ford. .
Henry Clay Lewis Cass and a
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his chin. "Eat the doughnuts. anwe'll d with defeat when It came to the test, ,. Practical -: 24.
make a liberal allowance when
Several of the Cs. George Clinton and :
return the holes." WATCHMAKER
you "r- AND
Henry Clay for JEWELER
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:A Siren ladaeer. could deltaanywhere (
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Hicks-Did you hear about Macklin! The personal,recommendations of peo Good stock of Watches always on hand.

They called-the Rev..Mr. Dulley to his % Book of BlBBder pie who have been cured of coughs and

bedside last evening Wlcks-Do you One of the most valuable books for colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy EDUCATION IILIH in'i
; mean to say .he:Is- In a dying condition the .professional collector.Ja.este med have done more than all else to make it a :

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SESSION IN Tilt HOUSE 1 1I "
EXCITING SCENE W'TfHJNThey )

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ir. VTirt"1 Begins Movement. for, } .' .
a of RPproeeat&avee.Matthews Had <>Operated at River Jmnctioo .. i ,
Apportionment
Introduces wr &;1L and Were on the East Bound
Important Measure Seaboard Train Yesterday
Morning

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f Tallahassee April Yesterday
In both housesof c (Jacksonville Metropolis.)
iru uneventful one
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There was an exciting time on the
the State legislature. Seaboard pasenger train arriving

'The Senate met at three r s here from West Florida points this
lathe afternoon,.and after O'ClOCk'1 I morning., The excitement was due
tad prayer by the chaplain i to the arrest of a burglar and the '
dent Harris formally announced to I : escape of his pal. who were passen- -
the bOdy the death of their colleagues gers on the train.

Senator Newlan which occurred Last night the safe in Scarborough
at Live Oak Friday after- & Co.'s store in River Junction was
noon. After appointing committees .h ) COiVFST O blown open and robbed. The moneyin
to'draft suitable resolutions of res- the safe, about $200, was stolen
pect to the memory of the late Senator and also a quantity of clothing. The
Newlan, and also Senators Lee, River Junction-authorities telegraphed -
Carter and Windburn who died before to every town along the line of
the convening of the session the Seaboard to look out for the rob-
the Senate, as a further mark of respect bers. Sheriff Purvis, of' Columbia
to.the menory of the dead, adjourned county, got on the train at Madison
tor the day. and there he was notified to lookoutfor
I Governor Broward yesterday mornIng the burglars as two white men
issued through the office of theSecretary suspected of being the parties who
of State, a proclamation Official correspondence haw. that It was dispute over s muio that started the war between Nicaragua and blew the safe at River Junction, It
tailing for a special election in Su- Honduras. Th. Nicaragua ,mule will --h.r.for.' take it. pUc. with th. !other famous Hv. stock makers of hi.tory. bad been learned, had taken the train
Swannee county on Tuesday May 2nd, -News Item. from there this
'' morning, and at Tallahassee
Pitt
la choose a successor to Senator New- -- --..- "-- ---, ---,------ __ ..____.h_ __ burg Pr*..- one of them purchased two -

an. all the other vacancies having about the same area as Holmes county through the creation of a new county, Geo. G. 'Matthews, of Marion. This tickets to Jacksonville. i
teen !filled 'already For the first with a population of seven or since only,about that many are onie bill has created a somewhat lively In-
alt, of the session, therefore, the eIght thousand, actor ding to the border land between one representative terest and it has been very difficultto Spotted on the Train. _
sate will consist of but thirty-one State census of 1905, practically all the constitutional minimum, obtain a copy of It. The bill In The two men were spotted by Pur- -
embers: but during the secondnth whites, and with an assessed' valuation and two, which they might trader full Is as follow: vis who kept the matter quiet. The

Senator Newlan's, district will pt something more than.two mil some circumstances be allowed.The 'Aa act to prohibit to giving a rebate suspects rode In different coaches, BOas .
w again represented, for the, first lions. A strong delegation is here great majority of the counties are special rate, or drawback, by to divert suspicion. One of them ..1
me this'session, since the late Sen- from, the proposed new ,county putting *t j clearly entitled. either to one, two or any common .carrier& or any officer had several suit wes, while the other "
tor Bras'too ill to attend 'the open- forward the claims of their people t three representatives, on the face of agent or ,employe, thereof, doing only,cag ied- a small 'grip. AAt Lake 1
nf sessions, and the. Senate will con- whom they assert to be practically their population, going by. the'spirit business in the, '-State of Florida: ; or City: jut as tae-train pulled'Into""the. ''
aln the constitutional number of unanimous in favor of division. of the constitution, and there are the receiving of same by any person depot Sheriff."Purvis .Informcd- '. 'i,
emberl. The delegations headed by Capt Sam very few which are- on the anxious person of corporation. Jacksonville officers that he was 'golug .
The House of Representatives met Hope,.of Tarpon Springs, chairman of sear as between one representative "Be it enacted by the Legislature to make. an arrest, and asked .
it tea o'clock in the,. morning. and the County Division Association, 'together and two. But those few counties of the State, of Florida. .: their assistanceOne"' of the soa- .\
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emained in session one hour and with J. W. Williamson of will doubtless fight any propositionto I "Sec. 1. That if any common carl pests was covered by Purvis with Ills ; ..
wenty minates, when they adjournedor Clearwater and John S. Taylor, of create new counties until after the rier, engaged in, business as such in pistol and,made 'to surrender, being. .. 0
the day. A smaller number were Largo, former representatives in the apportionment bill is passed or killed the State of Florida, or any officer, taken. completely by surprise. However ... ,
ctully in attendance than at any lower house Col. Hughey, of Clearwater And this la what makes the agent or employe thereof,'shall dir- ,- while all this was being' done, -..a -ft
ther session this' term, as quite a and W. B. Powell and W. L. Hillsborough county family row an ectly or Indirectly: by any special the captured robber's pal ';u'm k,4
amber had gone home for Sunday, Straub,' of St. Petersburg editors issue of State wide importance.The rate, rebate drawback, or other de- Ing a hurried exit from the other a.
ad had not returned and others for respectively of the Times and the House Committee on Rules, vice, charge, demand, collect or receive coach, and succeeded In getting, away.. f.
arlong reasons' principally legal Independent of that city. They have of which Hon. Mr. Farris, of Duval.is from any corporation, perSonor Had Burglar's Outfit V..
faslaesa in the courts of, their res- headquarters at the Leon, and have chairman, reported yesterday ,persons, a greater or less compen- "
teethe. counties. were excused for aaction been beseiging the various legislatorssince morning, recomending the adoption sation for any service rendered, or The man captured was taken to the .. +.
of this week. The resolu- their arrival, and last night helda of rules of 1905, with a number of to be rendered, in the transpotatlon Columbia county jail In Lake City and .1
on passed by the House and amend- conference with Mr. Decker, the changes, which was agreed to un- of passengers of property than such locked up. He was searched at'.the 1.
4 In the Senate, providing for the one member of the Hillsborough de- animously. A resolution was also common carrier charges, demands, depot, and a large sum of money was "
who is passed, introduced by Mr. Reese of 1 found upon him. and is believed to ;
uestigation asked by the Governor legation pronounced favorof ; collects or receives from any other j
f the actions of the trustees of the the division. Opposed to them is Escambia, providing that before any I corporation, person or persons for doing be t a part of that stolen from the storeof -
:iternal Improvement Fund, of whiche the vanguard of the committee ap- committee shall report unfavorablyon it for him or her or them, a like Scarborough & Co. A complete kit II
e ex-officio chairman has not pointed Saturday by the Tampa a bill or resolution, they shall give and contemporaneous service in the of burglar's tools, and those used In t
et been returned with the Senate, Board of Trade to come to Tallahas- the introducer of it a chance to be i transportation of a like kind of blowing safes were found on the _' i ii
eDdments,and the matter stands aef, and fight what one of the Tampa heard; I,traffic, under substantially similar i prisoner. He also had in his posses- .
s before, with the House resolution papers characterizes as an attack on A resolution Introduced by Mr I circumstances and conditions, such sion a lot of the goods stolen from
ended In the Senate and the Sen- the county by "Vandals," the van- Knight, of Citrus, passed the House. i common carrier officer, agent, or the store. _,
e resolution asleep on. the table in guard being none other than Col unanimously, requesting Rev. Craw- employee shall be guilty of 'unjust Dectective Cahoon Talks.
;8 House. Peter O. Knight, the shrewdest politician ford Jackson, of Atlanta, to addressthe discrimination: which is hereby prohibited Detective Cahoon, arriving here ..
A resolution passed the House ate in South Florida, certainly, House this evening on the sub- j I and declared to be unlawful. from Pensacola this morning, wherebe
session yesterday endorsing the doubtless in the State, who arrived ject of Juvenile Reform, and invitingthe And it shall be unlawful for any corporation went to deliver young Church to
ttoa of the President of the United yesterday afternoon. Others are ex- attendance of the Senate and i person ro persons, to receivean the Navy Department, he being a i
Was in discharging the negro pected later. Hon. Robert W. Davis, the public. Dr Jackson lectured at sum of money, rebate, or other deserter, said today that if Sheriff
OM at Brownsville. Texas. Mr. now attorney for the Board of Public the Presbyterian church Sunday nightto | thing of value, directly or,indirectly, Purvis had told him and Officer Jones
tchbourg.. of Walton, was the Works of Tampa, is also here, hav- a large union meeting giving the :i that is prohibited to be given charg- that the two suspected burglars were '
thor of the resolution. 1 ing arrived yesterday afternoon, but first of a series of talks upon this j, ed, demanded, collected or received, on the train, both could have been ,
The most important resolution induced he states positively that he is not to subject, in which he is a leading ,, by this act. captured .wilh ut any trouble. On .y
In the House was one by take any part in the county division figure In the South. The lecture tonight "Act. '2 Any common carrier or the way to Jacksonville the train was .
*. Wartman, of Marion chairman question, being here solely for the will deal with Judge Lindsey's corporation violating any provision or thoroughly searched for the escaping .
the, house committee on census and purpose of securing certain legisla- Juvenile court in Denver, Colorado.The provisions of Section one of this act rober, but could not be found. A .s
-'Portionment, providing for the ap- tion which is desired by the body he Sunday night meeting was at- shall upon conviction thereof by a good description of him has been ob-
Ifintment of a joint special commit represents. tended by Governor Broward, mem- court of competent jurisdiction, be tained, and it won't be safe for him '
of seven, three Senators and four While mainly 'a local question the bers of the cabinet, and a large enum- fined not less than one thousand dollars to come to Jacksonville. These are -
Presentatlves. to draft a bill for division of Hillsborough county as ber of the legislators. nor more than twenty-five thou- believed to be the same robbers who
e reapPOrtionment of the members proposed is of general Interest because Another bucket shop bill, as it will sand dollars and any officer agent ort blew a safe in Pensacola last week.
th Senate and House of Represent- this is the year* in which the be called was introduced by Mr. employee of such corporation, or any The following telegram regarding
Ives on the baisis of the State teaS decennial apportionment of the mem- Knight, of Columbia. This is the otber person, violating the provisionsof the robbery was received today
of 1905, as required by the con- bers of the legislature must be made, second measure introduced so far to this act, shall, upon conviction by Store Caught on Fire.
tstlon to be done every tenth year, or rather, which the constitution says prevent speculating in futures. There a court of competent jurisdiction, be "River Junction, Fla., April 8. -
t overlooked in the furror of the should be made. The creation of St. was no oratory yesterday morning deemed guilty of a felony and con- The safe of Ccarborough & Co., was
Stature of 1897, when the never- Lucie county two years ago increased and after the Introduction of the bills fined in the State prison for a termof blown open here last night by robbers
oft-forgotten Chipley-Mallory con the membership of the legislature to and various resolutions, the House not exceeding five years. The loss Is about $200. The
st for the United States Senator- 101. with the result that one county adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning i There has very naturally been considerable store Caught fire, and a large amountof
Ip held the center of the stage Beg which now has two representativesmust The various committees to i i discussion here relative to clothing was burned .The robbers?
a concurrent resolution Mr. be content with one only when which bills have been referred are 1: Senator Newlan's successor. Until left on the Seaboard night train. for
afhnao's resolution went over unr the shake up occurs. The creationof getting down to work and several Governor Broward's proclamation of Jacksonville. It was later reported
tke rules: the proposed new county of Panels Senate and House committees held ,: yesterday morning caning a special that one of the men was captured at
The first matter that will cause las would, of course, deprive some meetings. yesterday afternoon and last i election for May 2 to fill the vacancy Lake City. The other one escaped.
ht In the legislature Is one primer other.one county of a representative night. I It was contended by many able law- They came from Pensacola, No reward
local lB its nature, theproposed in order to keep within the constitutional The Committee on CorporationsoJ I yers that the constitution did not is offered as yet."
vision of Hillsborough county, by. bounds. lis not likely that the'House held a meeting yesterday -J provide for the_ special election during ,,' _, ,.
raag off the West Coast portion of l more, than six or .seven counties are and reported this morning favorably ; a legislative session; others disContinued The Hair-Hard ware Company hasa
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-...- THE SUWANNKE DEMOCRAT.TCTSDAY. APRIL 8, 1907.j .
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.'; "Pneuiabnla'a Deadly Work: v* ,How to Avoid Appendicitis v : II WelI'EgUipped. "' whom lie 'prosecuted la :discharging,: ROFE p;
I 1 I ; ''Jr: ? Ma duty.-Cblplef-Verdict. :
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of' appendicitis are norpg'aftec .
has so serfously' affected my right j t Most victim The- the. wreck of : G S 2sowrt-

lung" writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, ttose-who are habitually constipated. one of the fast trains running between r!kflROWN
TO AUGUSTJU.
of Rural Route I, Georgetown, Tena.,I r Orino.Laxative Fruit Syrup cures New'York and Chicago an oW Dally through Pullman buffet &

"that I coughed continuously night j 1 I chronic constipation by stimulating farmer was standing on the bank of sleeping car leaves Jacksonville. FLu,

and day and the meighbors prediction -,I the liver and bowels and restores the the river Into which the train had
at 8:05 in., via Atlantic CoastLine
--consumption-seemed inevitable : natural action of the bowels. Orino plunged Intentely watching the water p. P ysiciAh$ & -
and arrives Augustathe next ;3I ;
does not nauseate -
Fruit
:- husband brought homea Laxative Syrup : Weekly
until my : says Harper's
and morning at 7:40 a. m. For Pullman uTe AAI
mild and
is -pleasant
bottle of Dr. King's New Discojrery.which J or gripe A stranger approached, and na-
reservations, see the Atlantic Coas
in my case proTed to be the to take. Refuse substitutes. turally the conversation reverted to
write 'to' Frank' C.
Line agents or
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only real cough cure and restorer of I I City Pharmacy. the wreck and the fortunate escape
Boylston, District Passenger Agent.
weak, sore lungs.. When all other ot all the passengers. Physician tad ;
able publications Its kind publish- Atlantic Coast LIne Jacksonville,
remedies utterly fail, you may still "It was the costliest train In the
eded in the United States. It is Florida. Office: Carroll
: win in the battle against lung and I printed on heavy book paper and contains -,, world," informed the stranger. Bufldmu. -

: throat troubles with New Dlscove-l"), thirty-four pages, la published "Yes." grunted the other, still Residency at Etkd

the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar- I on the 25th of each month.: Each and watching the stream. Evil Habits. rh so-ome.,x. ud -

clay &: Groover druggists. 50e ,and every department is in charge of an : "And also the best equipped" the Evil habits are .bad and the -: 1K.a 7s w i
expert. No one who has a horse cat-
$1.00.: Trial bottle free. dw* I tle or live stock should: be without newcomer' continued."No bacco habit".Is held up by moralists' ;

this publication. dbubX about It.". assented the and reformers as very bad indeed. 1 M.a BROOM

WOXDERFUL CLUIJ OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM a hand-: old farmer.':'J'*'rve fished,\a.'dozen bot- But no reference Is Intended to the I

some 32-page monthly publication i tles out of 'the*,water already'Good /*- : tobacco growing habit and it pleasesus -

What Fire, Dollars and SeYenty-Flve printed on heavy book paper, 'and immensely to believe that a good- ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR jj

Cents Will ))0. contains many handsome half-tone 11-] Judgement number of our farmers and citizensare uvr
lustrations. It is a publication that oat.
This paper, at quite an expense and enthusedon --
becoming considerably
is edited by the Hon. A. C. ,Maxwell, .
a great deal of work has arranged a Win b aD t,. ..rfa (
Club offer of fourteen well-known one of the best-known writers In this : is the essential characteristic of men the subject, and tobaeeo growing tat sttsti a gives t. Cs __

# Papers and Magazines including the country. No publication In its class I and woman.. Invaluable to goo" In Madison county promises to be- : : Eft AS be..s,. sew.!

- LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for compares withlaxweU's Talisman.I' business men and necessary to house- come a fixed habit with many which N raavcussestitanarlyaL
111.
It has been published at Chicago ,
only$3.75. Realizing that we could will Insure to the benefit of all. Let
for wives. A wom n.shows good judge-
largely increase our circulation, we seven years. M. DIXON -
ment when she buys White's Cream the "habit" fasten Itself upon us ,
entered into a contract to use the THE FARM MONEY MAKER is'a .
Papers and Magazines that compose large, handsome publication which Vermifuge for her baby. The best quickly.-Madison New Enterprise.'

this Club. The Daily Democrat does has been running a great many years worm medicine ever offered to moth- DENTIST.ORTOPONTIA .

',_ not make a cent out of this offer. in Cincinnati. O.. and contains vari- ers. Many indeed are the sensible Bitten by a Spider. -
In fact, we lose money, but by IncreasIng ous departments in regard to every : CROWN :: "'faWORK.
our circulation we can secure part of the farm, and also has many mothers, who write expressing their ; S
more advertising and also get a better wellknownwriters in charge of gratitude for the good health of their Through blood poisoning caused

F, rate for, same. No paper ever before special departments devoted to the children which they owe to the use by a spider bite John Washington, T.
made an offer that equals ours. home, and also matter that is Interesting J. LYLE
i of White's Cream of
Vermifuge. Sold Bosqueville, Tex., would have lost ,
Every paper goes to you for one full and of value to every member PracticalWATCHMAKER -
year. All are well known and long of the family.SOCTIIFILN. !: by Suwannee Drug Co. dw" his leg which became a mass of

} established and worth many times the running sores, had he not been per AND m1
I price ,we ask. They are from the I POULTRY FANCIER.This .: lie Was a Waiter. suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica ,
Squth, North, East and West. Their magazine is devoted to poultry : 33 year's ezperiesc.
combined values, including the Live I and all of Its departments, and is !! Senator Cullom was poohpoohingthe Salve. He writes: "The first ap-
Good stock
Oak' Daily Democrat is over $13.00. published at Atlanta, Ga. Each issue I alarmist talk about a war with plication relieved, and four boxes of Watch ahrt(r.
: We are only able to make this offer contains from 40 to 50 pages, printedin healed all the sores." Heals every

for a very short time, and it will positively -! magazine form on heavy book pa-: Japan says the Washington Star. sore. 25c at Barclay & Groover i L. E. Ro.ckx>M. A:
be ,withdrawn soon. If you i per. Anyone that has chickens, pig- "Such talk is so absurd" he said I

want the best bargain ever offered'' eons, pet stock turkeys, geese, ducks, "that they who spread it, must have ; druggists. "dw ROBERSON & SMA

4 yon'order the Club now. Do not'I' etc., will not only save but make some motive--some selfish motive. .

wait, for you may hesitate too long. I money by having this well-known fOlInPDNEYC1JIrnMak. .
"Altogether it is like the of I I
case
If you are already a subscriber to any : magazine before them. If anyone ATTORNEYS--AT-
or all of the papers in the Club your: takes this publication and does not the shoolboy and his home work. .* 11411"1' .wd 11..4_ RI'. :-

time will be extended one year from say that it is one of the best of its 'John,' said the schoolmaster to Will do general practice ia ]srA

\ date of your order. Probably you do kind, and is as handsome readableand1 Federal Courts.Room ..
this boy 'your home work is neat .
m ni 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 ii
a!: not care to have all of the Papers and valuable a poultry paper as is
Magazines sent to your address. If published, we will send same to them enough, but you always make errorsin : ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR 1 AMD I [Ur-STAns Lisa
r"!- not you can split the Club and have three months as an absolute preserft. your additions.' ; 'P1I0II.Noel(..

;. them sent ot any number of different THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNAL 'I get father to help me sir,* UVE OAK. x --

(-, addresses, or two or more parties can is published in Boston, and no matter j' said the boy timidly. :I: VETERINARY.Solicits j
in together and divide the Club ioLL13lloi ttCore.
I" come what price is paid for a similar publication 'Do your Why, that's strange.I '
themselves. On acount of the
among no one will be able to secure i your patronage-Office
limited time that we will be able to a publication at the same price which don't see how your father can get ; ; at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 CeHeiCLINTON Pr.ssts h

f make this wonderful offer we will be will equal this one. It is published In. along in life. He can't add at all. >*.rlllll. tttllll..IIII.A .
unable to furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and children His additions are invariably much too

: 'anyone.' We take pleasure in giving and it is worth many times the large. What is his business anyway I & I,
'I < a short sketch of each paper in the price that is asked for the entire- "
Club. Club. .. ? I LIQUID COLD CURE
'He's waiter sir said the
a ,
THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of COLUMBIA MAGAZINE Is published -ANDLAXATIVE -
*, 1 :; Memphis Tenn., is in its seventeenth in New York In magazine form, boy." .
year. It is published monthly on the and is one of the most readable I COUGH SYRUPTHE

15th of each month. Colonel Hugh magazines of its kind ever producedby The New Pure Food and Drug Law I
L. Bedford, its editor. is one of the any publisher. It Is full of Interesting
best-known agricultural writers in the matter and contains articleswhich ,Wholesale an
United States. He lives on his model are prepared by some of the We are pleased to announce that '

farm near Memphis, and also has a best-known writers in the country. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,

large cotton plantation in Mississippiand This magazine will please all, no matter colds and lung troubles Is not THE IPUL ORIIINJUL tail Dealers in]
and fruit farm in affect-I
an orange how critical they are in regard to ed by the National Pure
Florida. He is ably assisted by a what they read. I NEW
large number of department editors, Drug law as it contains no opiates or ,

special writers and correspondents. THH }'IUCTIC.LIUmlt.. This other harmful drugs and we recom IDEA da and West!
well-known magazine which is published
The Journal makes a specialty of its mend it as a safe remedy for child
t' Cotton Manufacturing Lumber and in Philadelphia is not only one
Industrial Departments, in additionto of the most successful of its kind, ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw* I --
\jTit. i j
but without doubt one of the most
having full and complete depart
carefully edited papers in the United 'lN **4 clever BU.MM act tk e Iraq ... M
ments of the Home. Garden Fruit >litkian Corrected. svery ).ttl..
Farm Poultry. Cattle. Live Stock, States. Any farmer, planter, or, in I MEATPhone
etc. It is very readable and full of fact anyone who has fruits, flowers "Politician" says in the columnsof "A Cold or a Cough nearly always pro
bright snappy news and contains 3% vegetables, live stock and poultry the Pensacola Journal that for the duce constipation-tho water all runs to the
pages. will find that the Practical Farmer first time in years Sumter has fur- eye. nose and throat Instead of passing out
will save them during the year d the system through the liver aM
many
kidneys.
THE AMERICAN FARMER, of Indianapolis nished the senator for this district
i times the price that they pay for the For the want of moisture the bowel become
Ind., has been published entire Club. Marion having dominated the selec- dry and hard."' Nearly ether couch cure 24; "
and is edited
twenty-one years ably tions. This is a mistake. are constipating especially those
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE Sumter Opiates. containing
!i t' contains a full page poem from this is published in New York in maga had Senator Borden for four years Tar moves Kennedy's Ue bowels Laxative contain Heavy and
I well-known writer. It is published zine form and contains from 30 to 60 Senator Baker for four years and no Opiate Promdt deliveanywhere i

monthly and contains 24 pages. There pages each issue. This well-known no wthe latter for four years more. KENNEDY'S
Is no better paper for the home and publication contains many InterestingstoriE's Sumter has ':
been
x farm than this well-known publics and some of the most valu handsomely treaty $
" tion.SUCCESSFUL. able articles which are prepared b ed.-Ocala Star. !I LAXATIVE in

well-known writers. Every department
t FARMER is publish .1 ooirTAnmia
is fully covered by experts in ,
ed at Des Moines, la., and has been An Insidious Danger
t long established. Each issue contains this publication. One of the most Interesting One of the worst features of kid HONEWAR City.THOMPSON
departments is that coif .
U S from 60 to 60 pages, and it is one ducted by a well-known writer under ney trouble is tbat it is an insidious

'- of the handsomest and most complete the head of "For the Little Fellows disease and before the victim realizes -- Relieve Cold by working them out
publications of its kind in the world.
Every department of the farm and and Another another is is "Chats With Mothers." his danger he may have a fatal mala- of Iheowe the system! through a copious action of & ViA '
"Decoration of YourHome *
.l home is fully represented in this dye Take Foley's Kidney Cure at -
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valuable depart Coughs
Drays and j
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per and each ,of these departmentsis first sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities
ment under the head! of "Embroid strengthening the mucous
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handsome in charge publication of an expert.and is It a is monthly a very ery," also a department of "Amusingthe and prevents Bright's I the throatchesUung and bronchial tubes.** of Furniture moving a

" published on book paper. the Children head of,""Home and another and one How under to disease and diabetes. City Phar- ''I Influenza J'or creep. Whooping Conch* Grippe STOVE WOO!j

J GIUK i'S FRUIT GROWER, of Really Make it Home," and another' macy. dw Cold Bronchitis, and all Court.!!..
Rochester N. Y., has been publishedfor department under the head of "Our nmedr, Long U equal and to BroacaUl dectloU lie Any length delivered to i lit

t twenty-seven years, and is edited Beauty Doctor There are many K..hotand Lamar I aos.y ani Tar. Caildrw Kiueiy Ub It.Lazatfv of city promptly. Give
I by Col. Chas. A. Green, who is said other interesting articles in this pubs 'Tis said that the coming
r to be the best-known writer of Icatlon which space alone forbids u campaigns .Put. u.IR15c.60.aM" .00 botti..st.... L... feusines. Phone 5
between Hon. J. story of L D.
kind in the world. He is ably assist to mention. Any subscriber to this Walter Kehoe and DeWitt a.De..0Aicq0. U."A.FdOlEVt .

ed by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as Clubb will after reading this paper lion. W. B. Lamar, in the second
sistant editor These twoellknowngentlemen we believe, renew their subscription congressional district of Florida will H. J. MORE

also have a large numberof for same from year to year without I be the most interesting
waged in
department editors and special any solicitation upon the part of anyone -- Contractor and
writers. This magazine alone is Florida politics for a long time.

worth the price that we ask for the All of the above Magazines Surely Washington county will come Apply for plans, esti
and
entire Club In its class, no paperin Papers contain stories and reading in for its share of attention during I and specification
this country compares with it. matter for the time the candidates !
and all
every members of are on the I Office on Ohio Ave.. A C L. i4
MOUERN STOH1ES, of New York the family, from the smallest baby stump This county stood third in !
is handsome and well known to the oldest member.
a pub Every department the last
lication which is published monthly of the home, farm and business general election in numberof The Great fleadatfeBrorpoPep<
and is equal to any of the well known are fully covered by the best writers votes polled, being surpassed only HONEY AND TAR .t
monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pictures by Escambia and Jackson counties.

worth the entire price of the Club and illustrations in these publications i I Both gentlemen have hosts of friends .
Carefully edited and contains matters during the year that yo twill here and throughout the ?
-that will Interest every member o' the be unable to find in any other county. It The original
family. papers. This paper feels proud to is hard to predict just how the county "Note h Word

be able to offer to its patrons a Clubof will go on election day. The
SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE Is published this Kind, composed of such representative has been on the congressman LAXATIVE cough remedy =
ticket
at St. Louis Mo., on the first of I Papers and be- GURES
Magazines and
and (contains from 60 to fore and many will
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I we can bay to each and coughs
everyone colds,
10 It Is one of the best-known, that when they see it again. throat and lung
Mr.
pages. our offer is worth many times Kehoe troubles No opiates. On the Spot-1 4
and is in Its Non-alcoholic.
magazines published the has been Good
price of 83.7'i? and no one willmake before the people constantly for everybody- Sold

fifth tip and year.contains It is handsomely many interesting gotten of same.a mistake in taking advantage as state attorney In the circuit The genuine everywhere. 'e Oplites. j lbs.ttttJ

of valuable Informationfor and baa won the admiration FOLEY'S All ..!*J
articles full We call your attention to the advertisement and HONEY and TAR is DncfUU. IN SK
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STOCK MAGAZINE is Club.detailed information in regard to the his duty as a public officer. He has Poley A Company Chlc.SQ. .

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L-The young folks with their small savings. "
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4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment.. ;

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Prices of Choice Eggs and Fowls.
Eggs, per 15, $1; SO, $1.75; 45,
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At a Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation and Give Our Our Motto: j trios, f6.0O; pens from, f 15 to $20.

r Subscribers the Best of Everything, we Have Made Arrangements 4
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: applied with an abundance of good. clean informing and entertaining literature is always in the process
: of self-education. The man, woman or child who is reading good newspapers and magazines is going to
: school as truly as if enrolled In an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundance I
of attractive reading matter always at hand to make home pleasant and quiet the restlessness incidentto 1
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I you don't want all the papers sent to one address you can split the dub and have For LiversA
them sent to any number of different addresses.
Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papersin PURELY VEGETABLE

lur Club. This gives a full description of sach paper. -COMPOUND- -
I The Saving Habit is the Key to Wealth; not how much you make but how much you

.save. QUICKLY CURES CONSTIPATION.5IA MALARIA.CHILLS DYSPEP.and
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.A .
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Every Paper Goes to You For 1 Full Year ALL Mrs.OTHER W.A.Whitewall MEDICINES, Emory.FAILED Tex.,
writes: "My child had chills and fever
for foot years. W* tried all kinds of
medicine,sad finally aa acquaintance of
REMEMBER TillS GRfAf{ OFFER 18 FORA It VERY S SUORI TIME ONLY Y pletety mine three bottles recommended cured.and Yon the hare Hwbine.child my Is permission now We com used

to publish this testimonial, as I cheer
follT recommcad Herbiae to all mothers
DON'T DELAY! CALL AT OUR OFFICE, TELEPHONE OR SEND YOUR ORDER IN BY MAIL URGE having BOTTLE.chilarea Ms afflicted.GET mine.THE" GE3UUIE

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:< UYE OAK DAILY The special elfcfjgo. :ordered. .by Some of the suggestions made by f Be'World's PleaSirl1We
Broward
t 4 Published every Afternoon Governor ., Broward yestejrday, to GOT. Napoleon Bonaparte
Sunday.J. I to elect a" to, in his biennial message to the;legislature -.,
Except May tnd, tatejSen I <
i-. .".P"" fill tile* vacancy caused 'bY death of are proper and meritorious all know what blank, dull place,this World ';.- .

..P. SHERWOOD Editor and Ma'gr..; Newlan. will necessitate a but others are hardly feasible and '
Senator be if it were not for some of pleasures that
The
meeting of the Board of County Commissioners one is STiden.ce;of his chagrin. Rem
THE LIIE OAK PUBLISHIXG( COIPll :; that section wherein b.Qmakeashot work and: ..
is with
t being held at, an, ear17'date latter 1 : .termingled. our worry,, -
,.: Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak. !! to appoint Inspectors and, clerks at the newspapers and SOlAe":wb LN. '-"'"""-:

Florida., as Second Class Mall Mat to hold the election and to make other. asks the !legislature t
ter. November 7. 1905. ,necessary arrangements.There :. further restrain publications It hasalways'been pleasure or colXlfot .q
l DAILY DEMOCRAT 'will be will not be time for,a nom- "customary for news- .
THE : "
r mailed to any part of ,the United ination to be made by,the Democraticparty : papers to pasS. judgment upon the in their shoes;thatisiit.

States, postage prepair. for $5.00 : to enable the Executive committee : acts of public officials and to criticise ; ply
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per year J2.50 for six months: to certify the nominee, to the : those believed to deserve criticism .
; t $1.25 for three months or 50 cents : County Commisioners. so as to give t!and this request of the governor that the right kind
,. for fire weeks, in advance. De- 1! Is evidence ,
them time to have the name of the this be no longer allowed --
._ livered to any part of the city ,by 1 i nominee printed on the tickets. It t that he, as a'state officer, is entirely In the "Q'Ja'er"
for 10 cents per week. C -
carrier,
candidate for the office too ,sensitive and cannot stand and for
'- Is not likely a $3.00 there is
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"State will attemp to get up a petition with successfully refute the criticism aimed .
have for your
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\l, Senator.Who Mr.you Voter? (' 500 signatures, as "required by,law. '',at";him % ; ; ; ash nobby shoe for every'foot, and as Quaker shoes ate
'.'I..>. I to have his name printed on the N. B. Broward. the private citizen, I
P' Pay your-poll-tax-If you' desire to |'tickets. The chances are that the has 'a right to object to harsh'and' ; ; by experts. in a Specialty factory over foot confer

i. vote for State, Senator, on May 2nd. tickets will have to be printed, leav- rough treatment' at the hands .of. the .i lastsand, out of the best and mot popular leathers_ they
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ing a blank for the:voter to ,write the editors, but.his official acts are public ,
Your poll tax must be paid this name of the candidate of his choice.In property. just as are those of'other ;!; sure to*fit well and give satisfaction which means"Quaker" p

that event it wllj\ be "what is officers from the president of. the }
week to be a qualified voter on May I \ shoes are made by the Goodyear welt We
2nd ,1 known as a scrub" race and the United States down to a district(constable *

tl. I I I:candidate receiving the highest number t doing away with: the tacks, wax and thread found on tifcJ
elected 'Ta discuss, and oppose official _
In some sections of Alabama crops ;,; of votes will be *( approve side of so many shoes that hurt, burn and blister the &
and of
acts doings public ser-
have been almost ruined by hail. |I There will be a very light vote cast
t Crops that were out of the ground ;, in this election. On account of the vants is one of the fundamental' t 'This means too that thay are soft and pliable. ;;
: candidates will rights vouchsafed to the people by the
will be a total loss |[I term being short the
I not feel like making a very thoroughor laws\of our>country The watchful- All in all, with every item summed up you will

The interest bearing debt of the l expensive canvass The average ness of newspapers is one of the
; ; the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be
United States Is growing less every voter is busy and will take little In- strongest safeguards against wrong

month, and by the end of this fiscal I terest in the election. and.the farmer doings in this country. There wouldbe I $3.00 ,

year It will drop below 900000. at this time of the year will not thousands of more cases of mis- '
000. allow politics to take his time from feasance and malfesance than there Remember to ask for "Quker"-"The shoe that doojt

I I I his crops therefore the Democrat are were it not for fear of public ex- hurt." .!],j

The gay and festive cow will soon predicts a "scrub" race and a very posure, and many of the boldest

be deprived of the right and privil-{I alight vote for State Senator on May crimes of officials have been detected

t 1 ege to feed upon paper, barrel heads I I 2nd. through newspaper investigations and

1 etc.. upon certain streets in our city I pursuit Dowling Lumber& Naval tors ll

t thanks to the city council. By an I There is ,already a law on the sta-
I SOUTH AM SAVING B..SKS.I
ordinance passed by that body attheir tute books of Florida which is uajust
regular session last night, the I I The more people become acquainted and unfair *o newspapers and the BOWLING PARK FLORIDA

day is near at hand (sixty days after I with saving banks, the more the governor would have made friends, ,
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the ordinance is passed and properly |question of, saving is studied and, or repealed, instead recommending I i

signed), when she must confine her i practiced, the more prosperous becomes in his m .ge'that it be amendedor

3 preambles to the suberbs of the city I the country, and the more Independent repealed .lnatead of recomending :}1 VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT '

and to "fields green and pastures I and happy becomes the that the press! ,be more firmly shack- .I
new" outside the city limits. citizens To save something for the led and Ijepriyed'of its freedom and I''

"rainy day," no matter how small the rights. DOWLINGPA'"way ]

Governor Broward during his cam; income, ought to be practiced' by Governor Broward is a very 1 dif-

W v- paign in the primary election dls- every family. In speaking of the ferent man as governor to what he
: DOWN UPON THE SUWA1NEE lIVEr
*t tributed. eighty thousand cartons South and savings banks. the Atlanta. was as captain of a tu. He once appreciated .1
"* Constitution says: ... ,and they treat-
entitled. Florlda's School of Journal newspapers I'
"ism" In'rhlch several dignified editors "A Chicago business man, whose ed him falr -and now because a few :Mineral Springs Hotel and Cotta

'or the state (the editor of this affairs keep him in close touch with have angered him as governor he _
I HOT AND COt D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD REDS
'paper being ,one of them) were re- banking institutions and southern wants the whole; bunch put under a I'I. WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AMD ,
ceiving instruction from the corporations commerce commented recently to a law which would be detrimental to ''I PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOC,*

.and were not made to look like contemporary on the marvelous the best interests of the state. No I RATES REASONABLE GULFS FROM LIVE OAK.ON LIVE WHS
CONNECTION LIVE OAK WIT1 IK
of the bank idea in I
I Appollos by any means But none of growth savings other governor has ever shown such I

the editors took umbrage at the car- the southern states. evidence of wincing under criticisms I PflRK HOTEL DOWL1NG PflRK. FLOKIDfl.Hill
ADDRESS .
; toon'and did not think for a moment 'It has not been so many years of the press, and consequently have U'4ill
of bringing suit against the author ago,' he said, 'that people of the south not asked that they be restricted as I

for damages.-Ocala Banner hardly knew what savings banks to publications. Nearly all of the !
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were. The thrifty habits of the peo- former governors. have retired from I

A special election has been called by ple of New England were unknown office with the esteem and confidence!I

Governor Broward to elect a Stater south of the Pot mac, but all that of the newspaper men and are "oday .ill SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Senator for this, the Seventeenth has changed, and now you will scarcely strong friends. !
find a town In the cotton belt that The members of the Florida I ,
Senatorial District, to fill the unex- legis- I It
will not accept the dimes and dollarsof lature know that no class of J
Aired term of Hon. J, R. Newlan deceased men
The new Senator, whoever wage-earners. Another have worked! harder and for less re- -

he may be, will have less than thirty contributory cause is the establish- muneration to develop and advancethe :

days to serve in the present session. ment of factories The employeesof best interests of the state than

The election will be onIay 2nd. The the various industries are more publishers of newspapers, and it J JJ

} vote must be canvassed and the apt to put away money than laborersin would,be the worst sort of ingratitude -

result certified to the State and com- purely agricultural region: now to pass laws to further hum
"All of which Is extremely signifi- iliate and harrass
mision issued before the new membercan to them. The pub-
take his seat, therefore his official cant as pointing the thrifty trend of Ushers are mostly men of discretion -

days in .actual service will be the entire south. They know right from wrong,

limited If an extra session of the "It was the savinks banks of New and while one or two may at times

legislature is not called within the England that made the farmers and overstep the bounds of propriety the

I next two years. mechanics of that section creditorsto whole fraternity should not be madeto

the west-that enabled them to suffer for these indiscretions; and SPECIAL
I J ANNOUNCEMENTFor
A news item tells us that the lend the money which has largely de- it is to be hoped that the recom-

I State of Wasting will spend $160- veloped the west. And the west has mendations of the governor, to gratify I

000 a year for several years to come, learned the lesson of frugality. and his whim, will not meet with favoror I the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLAW
i in advertising the resources of that each state, granger or manufacturing even earnest consideration of the will be issued
i 1 ; ; good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only $30.00. 11 t
wonderful State filled. with energeticmen is dotted with these Institutions. law-making power of the state.-
i ; Special courses in all tJilJ
who do things. The legislature It no longer borrows money from Jacksonville Metropolis Departments have been so arranged
will appropriate this money and thinkIt the east In any large volume. It is, ; ; student entering on this special offer can finish within the limit oft"T .
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scholarship. i
money well spent, although there indeed in a position to lend moneyto A statistician says that in the I *
may be some men who vamp 'it don't the east should that canny part United States annually men suffer, This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss.. :

" 'J pay to advertise" Advertising has of the nation ever feel the pinch of killed by accident and are punished Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and';q

, peopled the valleys and hills of Cali- the boot. as follows: 19.000 suffer in railroad !!' help you to a good paying position, or get a better one than Ion now :*|

fornia with rich and poor the suc- "The south is fast taking to heart accidents and wrecks; 220 are hanged -
cessful and the ne'er do wells, andit the same lesson. Here in Atlanta, and 400,000 are married. WRITE FOR CATALOG. t

made orange culture profitable in where factories are numerous, the -- --- -- j

that State, bringing the crop in com- savings banks have Increased their Friends of Cot J. B. Johnson have I

petition with the golden hued fruit uniform rate of annual interest to 4 today placed his announcement in the I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COUEGEJ

of Florida.-Apalachicola Times. per cent. They report a large Increase Democrat as a candidate for the

of patronage and-what Is fice of State Senator, subject to of-I

Young man let us give you the vastly more Important-a disposition election on May %nr. Cot LIVE OAK, FLORIDA- j,

t benefit of our observation \\e have on the part of new depositors to is one of our best citizens. He Is a : l. M.
HHTTON
noticed that at least nine-tenths of stay put.' native of Suwannee county and is I' PresIdent G. S. STEPHLNS Prim

J the young men who have been before "There is no reason why this policy known to nearly every man. Col.
the courts for misdemeanors are should be confined to the industrial Johnson is honest, able and fearless

those who take no interest whateverIn centers. The farmers of Georgia, and in the discharge of his duties. He i

education seldom read a newspaper their families, are in almost every does what he believes to be right re- I discuss matters of business to the IK the State, but la one of tl

and are always ready to make respect equally well qualified with gardless of consequences and if company. in the United States.-IS
fun of other young men who use cor- city workers to practice the sensible elected, will make for Suwannee CHAS. H. BROWN President. Times-Courier.

rect language and try to be somebody sort of economy which supports these county a Senator in whom we will all I Live Oak Fla.Raising. l ______ ___
It comes natural to them to banks and blazes the way to financial feel a just pride He has no politi-
discourage the studious and ambi- Independence."The cal ax to grind and will be in a posi-i, of Hogs. FOR STAT J fcVTOSSenatorial:
tion to do good service for the : .
tious young men of their acquaintance producers of wealth coun
are The farmers Seventh
Their minds run toward dirty after all, the workers the "wage- ty'-i_ .. I I paying of Jackson county raising'are I I The friends of Mr J.II u. J
midnight and bad company earners. more attention to the
stories, sprees They can lay a firm foundation hereby Mi
of announce his name
hogs,
This In a short time means for their own ,ease, of mind and X9T1CE.I. ,ajad ,Jt is not an unuspal date,for State Senator and
trouble, a sheriff's Invitation to at- the increase of the common wealthby A directors' thing to see a wagon full of meat ,' solicit
meeting of the Pro being brought the, support, of all
tend court, and a fine or term In jail becoming systematic customers of ducers Warehouse Co. for-ale. This is Democrats
will meet at a move in the, at the specialbe
-Gainesville.. r.r. .z Sun.. these admirable Institutions." my office on ,Saturday the 20th, to Jackson, Is not only right the direction best Old heJd in Suwannee e?
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sell J. M. Bailey ..
you want to see .
t ttt licensed auctioneer. He sells:' PROPtRJY. .

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: James Smith of 'Padlock, was WITH.US.

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it here yesterday


I. today. E. R. Wise of Rixford. was here EDWARDS REaLTY.[ CO. i Now has a complete line of Candy ;


One-pair mules ;:;sale/sheap Apply at lOc. and 20c. per poundthekind
f to L. O Brokerage &lj 0m. Co. I IJ
J Lewin Building, Room 3.

: P. A. McIntosh,.of Luraville, was ... the Kress Stores handle.

., here today. $%.50 wagon seats, new. at J. M J
----- 'r II Bailey's the Auc/o House for

I, SoL Phillips of Suwannee.. was $1.50. Other thfega; In proportion Our Candies are Guaranteed Pure
here today Be quick tf

+
, G. W. Skiver and James 'VIIUa.cms.
The contract will soon be let for
I of Sumannee were here today.
building the new city hall It is to
Under the Food Law
FOR SALE, -A nCceChlna closet be a handsome two-story brick and
cheap Mrs. E. N iawler., will be on the block opposite the I .
Masonic hall on Ohio Avenue.

Luther Delegal was a visitor to .
. WellbOrn yesterday returning today. Ladies, I have just opened a dressmaking Remember this is not all we
room in the Lewin uilding, ,
Furnished and unfurnished and will be glad to serve ytfu. Satisfaction in
RENT-
TO
can save you money on. Drop
rooms address "R" iyr areof guaranteed. Give/ e a trial.
Democrat. ** tf :MR iHGHT. I
and let us show you. ;

A. D. Williamson, traveling freight G.1, Shiver and James Williams,
agent for the Seaboard is in the city bia county has purchased a farm
today. from Sol Phillips, near Suwannee
Station and is now a full-fledged citizen THE CASH SURPRISE STORE !
J. J. Jones of Salem, was here this of this county. : V. *
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morning on, his return home from *
/FuaIak Springs. Agents for Edwin Clap py Sons
Stetson Shoe Co., Hey/ Od'8 and t CITY RESTAURANT BIIILDING
Read our greatest magazine and Whitcomb Choes and (Ojfords for
newspaper clubbing ever offered by men. Full line on hjrfid. S. J. .

,", ,a-er. ') !', '-, White's Shoe Store. -5-41
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Mrs S. M. Rhodes, of Dowling D. M. Stubbs has just finished Capt J, B. Johnston, former The council last night passed an

r>Pac was_here last_ night on her way painting' a parlor for R B. Black, speaker of the House' of Representatives ordinance that virtually prohibits the When think
> to Lake City and it is a piece of work that is but now editor- of the Pasco running of cattle on the streets although I you
highly commendable from a mechanical County Democrat, at' Dade City and certain boundaries are prescribed '''I
about that fine
The Hair .Hardware Company are standpoint. an old, tried, and true friend of this The ordinance goes into I
receiving goods'.and-the counters of reporter, passed through tere todayen effect sixty days frog date After a I
Watch
_,ihe.L1gstore are being filled. J. J. Dixon went to Jacksonville route to Tallahassee fair trial we are positive our people you

. ,- I this morning on a visit to his, wife, will bo convinced of the justnessof need thinkof
> If you want dray-Ing done who is in a hospital there It is to Capt. W D. Hankins, now of :Mayo this law. Cattle raisers can find
, trunk carried to the depot 12!t be hoped that she will be able to return but formerly of this city was here plenty of room in the country to I
quick phone 129. W. N. Doa with him yesterday mingling with his friends. graze stock.
" He has hosts of warm personal ,
Miss Alice Mlzell, of Lake City is W H. Lindsey master mechanic of friends here, but every one of them {i Cr Butch of Ocala. left for his [iRAD QRD'S
expected here soon to visit Miss May the Florida Railway who has beenat has decided to go back on him unless home this morning after a short visit :
Roberson. Hampton Springs for some time he bring Mrs Hankins whenever he in our city He was called here to
'
for the benefit of his health, was in visits Live Oak. see Mrslice Armstrong, and to' Where you will find a
Miss Lillian Adams of \\Wellborn Live Oak today, leaving this evenIng hold a consultation with her physician i!
,-'was here today en route to Marion for Alton.W. L B Sutton, wife and baby, came Dr. Brown. Mrs Armstrong '! choice assortment of

county. up from Brooksville yesterday, pre- ,vas been quite sick for several weeks,
the bestG20RYEARSD
Willeford is now freight sumably to visit relatives and friends md has been gradually, ,improvingfor I very
:. Misses M S. and Elizabeth Coleman conductor on the Florida taking his but it is to be hoped that they will several days but la not gaining
;, of Olustee, were here today on first train out this morning He is conclude to make Live Oak their as fast as her physicians would like. I WatGI16S
their. way home from Alton. an old hand at the business and will torn"There are business openings

make a valuable employe for this tore for Air Sutton and it is folly for Those who contemplate sending I. WATCHES REPAIRED .
Just received a full lin /of little popular roadSeveral hIm to stay in South Florida. oat circulars for the spring trade
boys' latest novelties In SSaJior and -
should call upon or write Geo Butler -
1 hite'sA'urnishlng members of the Farmers' Elkins the who J. D. KADFORD
years, at S JV Tom negro was at the Democrat office, in Live ,
Store. 5-4t Union are in town today to see about :nre'=ted and bound over last week
Oak. He baa a printed list of 25.- i LIVE: OAK. FLA.
purchasing ginning machinery A for shooting at S. W Kennedy, at
0)0 white citizens of Florida, from
Cot J. B. Johnson Capt. W J, location has not as yet been decided Houston. and who gave bond for his
3s counties and 450 postofficea most
Hillman. Frank Drew Frank Reese, upon, but wherever it is located It appearance at Circuit Court, was ,
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of whom are farmers, fruit and vegetable -I
and C. H. Brown, went to Jacksonville will receive a liberal patronage. turned over to the sheriff yesterdayby I
growers. The price is only $3
: yesterday his bondsmen, under the belief
-Uae Kennedy's Laxative Cough that he was about to "skip out." I for the entire list postpaid. iDUUK OIId News N CO.

-f. Laxative Cough 'Syrup. Svruo Children like its -pleasant :i
The pleasant cold remedy that expelsthe ta-te Contains no opiates, but drIve'; E Perry Mills, the efficient book Dr Blitch, of Ocala who was in
cold through its action on the tLe cold out through the bowels. keeper for the Suwannee Hardware our city last night is one of Florida's
bowels Sold by City Pharmacy. dw. Made in conformity to Pure Food and Co., left this morning for Lakeland bsst men as well as one of the finest :
Drugs Law. Recommended and sold wi'ere he will be married tomorrow, physicians and surgeons in the State.
Miss Lela \\hittington of Marion by City Pharmacy. dw and return with his bride Thursdav_ Until recent years Dr Blitch took a Stationery
county who has ,been visiting Miss The Democrat heartily congratulates I I prominent part in local and State ,
Lillian Adams at Wellborn, returned Nelson's copperage works here the couple in advance, and we bespeak '. politics, and served his people in a j i
home today. are turning out ,a fine lot of barrels for the bride a joyous welcometo number of official capacities For the'j
every day. His shop Is running at the social circles of Live Oak last few years he has been manager :
-When you need a pill, take a pill full capacity and his reputation for of the Commercial Bank of Ocala. Inks
and be sure it's an Early Riser the best barrell in Florida that bank ,
making Dr Wallace, county judge of Pasco and under his able regim !
They are sold here by City Phar- keeps orders coming to him without county, was in the city this morningen has grown and stands today at the
mlCy. dw. solicitation on his part. route to Tallahassee. The doctoris very head of the popular, progressiveand

an old Confederate veteran, and prosperous banking institutionsof Pastes
B. H. Eaton, who for a long time Dr G \\. Wood's family left here never leaves a thing undone to aid this State He is also State prison ,
"u flagman on the Coast Line was this morning for Punta Gorda where his former comrades-in-arms. He physician of Florida, and devotes a
bere today on his way home to Way- they will make their future home. will do all in his power j help the good part of his time and attentionto
cross from Hampton Springs. \\e regret very much to lose this veterans during this session of the looking after the sick lame and SchoolBooksand
/ estimable family from Live Oak and and he wields a powerful halt who find their way into the
Slippers Sandals. T/ ,Pumps., Oxfords heartily commend each and everyone legIslature. State penitentiary He sees to it that
In black, whit/"and colors for of them to the good people of Punta influence the sick are given the best of atten-

ladles White's, misses Stor7 children and boys, at Gorda. Harry Wood, formerly with Rivers Love, colored, charged with tion, and that their every need is
Shoe 5-4t the Florida Railway here, has a the embezlement of a watch and promptly supplied. He is kind and
splendid portion in the Seaboard's arraigned in Justice Leslie I considerate, and few prisons in the
was
Keep ring
Creates on smiling and read our office at Jacksonville. court yesterday. and a jury empanelel United States have the benefit of
magazine and newspaper such good medical service Dr. '
discovered that the as
'' it i
when
Musical
Wttbbing eras
ever offered by this paper. Sao REWARDFor witness, Albert James, Blitch is one of the beat known men I
Particulars elsewhere in this issue. prosecuting
the arrest with:proof lo convict was absent, and not to be found The in Florida and is deservedly popular
verdict of not guilty. with all classes. and since retiring
HATS! HATS! I any person"or'lerson3 counterfeiting court ordered
has been from politics has been ver\ successful
for contempt
Panama. warrant
Straws. Felts. est out. Barclay's Kamfo-Ptenol and a business. InstrumentsLIVE
Full line Just opened at S. White' 13-12t BARCLAY & GROOVEU Issued for Jones. in



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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY: :APRIL 0, 1007.



FLORIDA RAILWAYSCHEDULE. Cite' 'Council Proceeding L'0 k ();;

UTe Oak. Fla.. April 8.-City a M'f'g.Manufacturers

Council met, In regular ses lo&. .
C. U8T. AT LIVE GAKKecwD ,
JNNBCTS Wmi ALL TRAINS ON S. A. U B! AKB A. .
Present: C. H. Brown presidentof '
Dew>+. C'IK'nA": TUlL IL&4D UP.2o the Council and Aldermen F. I. of ,

L Ise.L Robertson, J. M. Barclay and 8. J.
.1 Mail Mail .. -
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1C Ixerp aDd .a f STATIONS. Eli DaiI7.aDd;!.... EAv4ptiUcootnday SuDda7.IMiIr White.Minutes of last meeting were read Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Ligl

DaniskDgiky. and approved.The .
-1-, Power and Turpentine.
following bills against the city ,

r 1 ao ..aID- 3 Zt0 p.. I... Li".Oak_..... .---Ar10 50 s 'to I'lID were approved and ordered paid:

7 GO s iii a at P'1Ii 1... ---- I'' L.. 10 ao a iii 'ZO P ID J. S. Kinkaid . . . $57.57m Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for

1,05 a ID aMp.. Lv .......Stokley......__-1.,. 10 2i a m S eo 0LO Frank Kinkaid .t" . 40.00 or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric"day P

8 1. a at S Ii6 p ", .. r" t.. 10 20 a r 4 45 p.. Robert Morrison . '. . 39.25L. and night current-for manufacturing: purposes. ,

t T. Morgan, .'. . . 17.50
'J 08 .31. .-- -Kirfnd 10 loam 440 p. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have ?"
a at
W. H. Lyle salary . . 75.00 pecii
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Wilmarth- 10 od a iii 4 zg p.iw m tion and all orders promptly filled.
3 40 <4 19 p. I.... wkh th.-_....-As. W. H. Lyle. wells . . 28.20 '"
a ID 4.i W. H. . 102.00 ;
Lyle. streets
Ar_.... _Lura.ille'SO. -....- We will give you good prices on low grade cd1ini'flooring.
9 10 a m I.y -__ James Murphy . ... 3.00
a Lurw6iUe Come and get our prices.
50 110 Ar .- ..-....._WibBaJoth......_.... Suwannee Carriage Hospital. 1.75
1000-m ____ A., 957am 4Up.tOl. Ga. VIerlned Brick Co . 144.00L.
IPlllty 0.6
-.suw River.-.9 51..412.. O. Pub. Co. . . . 38.33 Friday April 19, 1907, at 3 p. m. Contractor
a m !i p m --- --- '- Hosier fe
t 1... O. Mfg. Co. . . . 271.14F All members requested to attend work
20 'SO -- Nor od__ Y. I U a m an.. are on the new hotel bIt
10 a iii P ;
IDty. .E. Tbomason . . 26.00
__. .Jlaoo.- ............. Ly.. r and be In position to give number of will not be a great -
t' 3A s m 4 4o p m IAr. IU. ID a. plDto L. O. Fire Dept . . 64.50 what
acres of cotton planted amount of will
... U.- be
L..... .. .-M 70-- ready to OCCUPI.FolmIiOf .
to a ;., Thomas Dowling . . 165.00 fertilizer used for this season's
ml Az -Altoa.-.. .. t ,. crop,
10'o II so a a I... .Itom.... U.I M. L. Burnett & Co.. . . 66.09 that we may have a correct estimateto

11 05 a r I ,IAz....-.............-.-. ... ....II.yo.U ..... .. ... .........-. ... I.... Est. C. Y. Byrd . . . 3.00 report at the county meeting at atoost .1"" .1A.

fl 1a .i 4- ,!-;:, _..... ...-._.......M; __...__....................Ar. j j7 ID I to P m Live Oak on April 20.

11t0 a m44rDr, L. ...1.9112Samt46 Pedra..... ... ..... ---Ar- 1IIt. m ai pas Total . . . . $1,142.33 We would be glad for those who In Your Lannirj tiJ

: 'Ly_ ......_....Sa1t. ...................1.,. 926am a 15 pin ,The reports of Marshal. Treasurer, i anticipate Joining our Association to
Pili
and Tax Collector were approved as I be on hand at O'Brien on April 19th.
1 L._.- --.A k1d- .--Ly. i Nam 14Ii p..
11 4i am,10Dm i.Gtl read and ordered filed. W. D. BARNETT President.
1" Q.di-.......-........-...-...Ly. 11 00. 235
It a r'' S l7 P m I.' III pm By vote of Council, J. E. Wood was

a t4I a r c 527 p m'Ly 1Ci.--:: """""""""""'L,. I S3. m Z III p. appointed Aldeman from Ward No. 3, What a Woman Can Do.

mL.__-FenhoH way__....L.t 4S a m 110p. in place of T. S. Baisden. who failed
1:11. iii G 35 p She can come to a decision with- l
De-nmark__......-1.y. to qualify.
L221 a 110 i 43 II miL. 3.3C 8 sa a m 185 PiliI out the slightest trouble of reason-

M m 6 50 p I' ----..-Perri _....--L.. 8SO. m 12epm The city registration book wa ing on it; and no sane man can do
now taken up for revision and oy that.

(d) Telerach or Telephone Station. (P Flag Station (r) Register. (a) Regular Stop. (a) vote of council the following names Six of them can talk at once and
T. P. Superio'eodent.ftua. were stricken from the roll: first
Acemey Station ALSTON. get along rate, and no two men
Genera er Agent J. F. Arnold H. E. B lsden, J. E. can do that.

Barnett. C. A. Berry M. C. Burns
,
---- She can safely stick fifty pins in

W. J. Bryson E. D. Bridgeman. R. her dress while he Is getting one

|| Live Oak Perry & Gulf ,Yo Bennett, J. L. Crews O. M. CrossD. under his thumbnail.She .-

B. Caswell. L. B. Caraway Jacob is as cool as a cucumber In !

Railroad Company. Carroll, W. R. Dorman. Jeff. L.. Davis half a dozen tight dresses and skirts we feel sure we UD give yes
A. M. Folks, J. W. N. D.
: Hawkins while a man will fret and fume and greatest eatisfactio There _
SCHED'JI.E KFFKfrriVE NOVEMBER 1906.MAYC Higgins, D. O. Henry M. M. added 'stiffness
Higgins growl in one loose shirt. and a gtorion_H

I L. Lamb CJ.. )McGehee O. D. She can talk sweet as peaches and put upon our work that eahutt

i1aadraaat! I I 1- :McFarland G. W. Mickles. J. W. cream to the woman she hates while pppearance and lengthens the 1$
"8'& Paaaell&'erFrt.! .",1 PaY' sailandPa-a Fri.and Pasa
f I iTArtUV O'Hara A. J. Robertson A. G. two men would be punching each your linen. Bring your Stars ; ,

R No. 1 No. S +j No. J No. Z. I Ne. ... NS0.11 :tou e. Worth Stephens C. O. other's heads before they had Cuffs, Handkerchiefs Wkkt
,Sunday OnlaUy..c.:1In! D.!!L.-1 t w+1v o* nr Gun Onh S&unders. F. P. exchanged -
Schargus F. E. Fancy Vests Wash Ties
ten words. etc., ta-
A. .1. P.M. P. at. A. r A. .
Lave f.ul! Lrave Arrive I Arnw ;.,.: TI c ason. D. H. Turners. ,Yo L. She Laundry, and you will hen fi
I can appreciate a kiss from her
i 00 L.a; 2 .10 _Li1e flak __ 430 I '.iiu l.12a
I
11 -Oil 2 54 .Rocky :)lIak._ 4 16 I !/.:!' 9 Tedder C. B. Willard. husband seventy-five years after the quickly and carefuly done la a
a 8 18 t17 a 00 -$carr.-__ 4 12 9 2" SUfi Ordinance
No. 56
2Z 1a1 307 '....Mer3e1...... .a" I I' '.1": 11.20I introduced byJ. marriage ceremony is performed.She factory manner at a udifaJprice.
Z6 I t.21 I 15 --. I'latt.-. .a.. 9.13 9.17a M. Barclay a member of the city ..
? i4 1.311 I 30 Lanesster.3. 5 9.00 '.08 can go to church and after-
r. 3.$+ Ar. 40 L. L.8.50 Lv 9.00 council. was put upon its first readIng wards tell
what
L.: : : t: 3.90 Lv. : 30 Dowliftlr Park' Ar;: Ar 3.20 --. by sections. By vote of you every woman ->
08 15 Chancy 333 council had and in
: f 2 :::::=== : 1- .::':: 13&1.. :- S 8 0-14 L16 .: said ordinance passed to first reading. on. some rare instancescan Live Oak Steam Lang
8 S7 __._ 4 20 Mayo JunctloQ I 28 11.11 .......... give you some faint Idea of what

9 10 ......_......_ Ar.: : : .-..o.y_... 125 L"&1IIi _......... By two-thirds rote of council the the text was. PHONE 139. _

I DC .__._ 4 'i ....--Si)..._ 1 It AI 1.58 ............ rules were now waived, and said She can walk half,-the night with a

: g :::::::- == : 52 12 ._Townsend Snrth.....: 3 319 00 :1: :-=: ordinance was put upon its second colicky baby in her arms without MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.
314 i IT hohoUowu_ 2 47 US reading by title only. By vote of
Notice
: ::::::== Ar. L40 ...... ... .... 235 ._.. =::::.- passed once expressing the desire of mur is hereby given tint it
Perry council
L..10 10 AI2 :20 L.7.00. it its second reading. dering the infant. next General City Election of 1
4r.lia 25 ,.._..__ .__.. Hampton $p'. L".I 06 ........_ .... .... Said ordinance was now put its
upon City of Live Oak
She can-but what's the use? A Suwaone Con
tMrd reading and final passage being woman can do anything or everythingand Florida to be held on the ant Ts
and ALTON read by sections. Upon call of
do it well. day In May, A. D. 1907. at

_W "TJQlQ- EAST BOUND.i the roll the following vote was She can do more in a minute thana Council Chamber and In muaeri

i Paaneare-r I+'rt.and Pass'Frt I'grid r.....I STATIONS.Fri and PassiFttt'I arnd Pa. Ps..eenrer recorded: : man can do in an hour and do It form as prescribed by law. its J
A'es---C. H. Brown F. I. Robertson '
No. '6. Na 7 N.. I I' tin II Iva 1d rw Ii better. lowing municipal officers of I
S..adat Only Deity ex 88. Daily .,.,sU"' Dai72B! Daily a.Gan Sunday. .,On!!, J. M. Barclay and S. J. White. I'
She can drive a man for City are to be voted for ant w
crazy
P. A. .
1' K. A. K. K. i A. K. Xays-None.
i LMw. Leave IAav. Arrive I Arm. Arriy. went-four hours and then bring to-wit: A Mayor a Clerk. Treaw
a.-CI 9 09 .311 Do.-IiN Park 11.10 I 1.30 '..WIC Ordinance N'o. 56 was now declared
& .11) 4.40 May" Junction 1.511 3.2U 8.3 Mm to a paradise in two seconds by and Assessor filled by same pel f
1.23 US Clark 1.47 1.18 regularly passed and ordered certifiedo
4.15 tt.25
1.36 simply tickling him under the chin, a Tax Collector; a Marshal
4.25 + '.38 5.06 Peterson I 1.00 I 11.18 tr major for his approval. ,
-1'7 a 10.00 a 5.30 :\1&70. 7.20 a 2 C8 a .01 and there does not live that mortalson Sanitary Inspector filled by ua*$
Ar43 IAr 10'10 ArSO Alton 1.. .00 Ly 1.38 LY '1.110 Ordinance No. 57, introduced by
+ P. M. 111 A. M.'n.. I A. M. P. M-- _.A81.= = 4. of Adam's misery who can do it. son; and an Alderman from **
----- I. Robertson
a member of the city
4 Rejrular top. Connection maJe at Ouorlm Park for all trains to and from Live Oak. .nd PerryItiMw. -Palm Beach News. ;, No. 1; an Alderman from Wart]
For information aa tAt eonD'tith atpbene >.. 'phone er caU on general fa-wenxer Agent ouncll, was put upon its first reading -
147. l c wling Building. Live Oak b.r S3ctioas. By vote of council 2; an Alderman from Ward N*
THOMAS: DOWUSG. Preaidmt R P HOP C NS On.r..l Pawrnirnr Agent aid ordinance passed its first read- Joke on the Dominie. an Alderman from Ward N wan

ing. By twothirdole of council. One of Kissimmee's alder preachers Alderman from Ward No. k

e raew :>r' now waived and said who believes in work along the Alderman from the City at l*

TO THEJAMESTOWN rd;>.a::CP \.a. put upon its second byways as well as in the highways also one Bond Trustee, .to Ml

ceding b* title onlj. By: vote of went to hold a service in the -mail- -Sunday --_ pared term of C. A. Hardee, A*

council it passed its second reading. accompanied by his wife. They man from Wards NOB. 3 gad hall

t Said ordinance was now put upon its were locked in, of course, with the unexpired term, caused M

j third reading and final passage being prisoners and the jailor went away moval from Wards and resi

read by sections. to attend to some other matters and of Incumbents.

Upon call of tbe roll the followingvote stayed so long that when he let them Given under my hand aai I*

was recorded: out it was too late for church. the %1st. day of March. A Dt If*

H- ExpositionAtlanticCoastLine Ajes-C. H. Brown F. I. Robert : Folks wanted to know where they (Seal) M E BROO*

son. J. M. Barclay and S. J. White. wer. and the preacher who enjoysa Mayor City of UTe

Nays-None. good joke even at his own expense, Suwannee County, YII

Said Ordinance No. 57 was now de- replied: "We were locked up in Attest:

via the Blared regularly passed and ordered jail." The wife added: "But we hada S. P. MAYS Clerk

Certified to the mayor' for his ap- good meeting."-Miami Record. Live Oak. Florida.

I'proval.

There being no further business Will Go In Harness Again.W. J. r. WEBB .

council adjourned till Monday, April D. Williams, who for years PAPE1- HANGKUand DKCORA1
:2, 1907, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. made the Westville Advertiser

C. H. BROWN, of the bast known and most one influential Will be glad to furnishon

Utes: President of Council.S. weeklies of the State, will work, and will guaranteetion
P. MAI;: S. City Clerk. soon start at best prices Refer
a
all Florida seethe Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- paper at Bonifay. "Old A.
People over W. D.," as he is familiarly known crat Hinely office. Live Oak. Can at

Notice U. Voter among entertaining editorial writers

pb Folder" for schedules to th: Jamestown Exposiion. Two In order to be qualified to vote in end the State press will be glad to C. 'V. WILSON.TAILOR.
welcome him back to the
I the special election, May 2nd. your harness
daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping t/oil taxes must be paid on or before again.-Pensacola--Journal.- !

Saturday. April 13th. Under the __
Kissed Another's
Wife.
, cars. .aw poll taxes must be paid on or Tailoring done at RubenseJi': .

before tte second Saturday in the An Atlanta preacher kissed his antee store. Prompt serv-:e- .

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets month next preceeding the election. Sunday school superintendent's wife tlon guaranteed

, the latter got repentent and told her

on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. ("all for S. A. C. Meeting at O'lirien. husband, and the husband carried his CITY tJAI'BER St10

troubled heart to the .
Coach excursions at low rates. Notice is hereby given that a meet- congregation We have
: very and got the church to fire the opened up a tirl
I ing of the Sea Island Cotton Grow- preacher. on Ohio
A avenue in the wttt
man
so considerate
For further information see your nearest railroad agentor ers' Association for O'Brien Association simply to have suggested ought lug and solicit the ra-ots! e fI
is called to meet at O'Brien onfOLEnnOlliYA.mfAl that the white
write Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic preacher apologize. He is evidently people. Shop. ne-!j
I up, and
in his proper element as a Sunday everything ke.> teas
Fla. ( school clean.f .
Coast Line, Jacksonville, superintendent. Pensacola
r' .1aU4N., ..,....,.. N..pice.. I Journal. ,
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, In a most unique Land Sale. 15 choicest lots now being offered at



low prices. All lots on east side of Suwannee Street, include tile gg



sidewalks. For particulars, see, |jj



A. Lee Humphreys, F. E. Thomason or B. W. Helvenston





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A* live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.. for* .tomorrow If you Itou't put what off Put you buying oR can a do bottleof today

FATHERSDUTY Ballard's Snow liniment when
t t; |, that pain cornea you won't have any
buy a bottle today. A positive car 1
,
Flour Cigars for Rheumatism, Burns Cut.
I Sprains, Contracted )Muscles etc.. T
u Ida bunny U to k* p bim.i jWt1 wf i
eta't*U well be well and and trooc.trout He itbi. [ s Snowflake, Comet, Oblisk Anita Ferninde: S. Graham, Prairie Grove Ark.
.Hdn yV ar out of order. writes: "I wish to thank you for
DaoY nobly Hates
Do.you pl your n1 In the. lUdn.T.7 S%. 3 the good results I received from
roar aria e nty and Snow Liniment. It positively curesme
bleUr colored? Tb .e are When you eat good br such as these brands
sure clans of kidney dlM of Rheumatism after others bad
Get wal br takincCXK'8 ,
bake and drink of coffee of IMPERIAL failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug
DR. r BACKACHE : :, a cup Company. dw* ;
ASD SZDSXY CURX.a .
make Chew Gum Smoke of this! 1
Taffy Cigars
.or*, .ale and reliable : ; Horticulture Society. .
cure. II it doesn't do what i
back.we sty Stop, Cot dl.your terrible money rtl.- .fTt1llO...,.a teti c 1 i brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new! The Florida State Horticultural ;
eae. Put your. 1I on the Q.a 1 !Society will hold its next meeting at
road to health today by buy
tar a bolus at your drag- 1 '" man. i St. Petersburg, May 14th. The membership -
CUt' Wo and 91 a botUe. ti,:.:i' l
: of this society .Is less than
500, but with the number of wide

LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. Chewing Gum Coffee awake agriculturists in this State the
: membership should number over

__ __ _'___ u __ I 2,000. Much benefit could be derived
Taffy Tola Globe, Imperial from such an organization If
fI I its members would to work.
get
I UIL ld 1 lldllllllll'lllhlllllllllllllllllllll [ : Iii
B :1 Members wishing to attend this meet-
NOTICE 5 ing can secure reduced rates on the
I" Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. railroads. At nearly every meeting
: addresses
papers or by prominenti
To Contractors and Prospective Builders: I'I'e i
men are delivered. It only costs one
!i dollar a year for membership in tbe
THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. I' I ,' society, and everyone interested la


will furnish you your Lime, Cement, BuildingsandPlaster 'r i i ; I :,agriculture State should or be horiculture a member.-In Galnes1 the-
The James 1
Laths and all kinds of Brick. I Shelby'sDOfl I ville Sun.

OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. ; Just Because
I jour cough is only in the throat and

The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. |I III AND PONY SHOW I Iit I I I does think not that trouble It needs you no atention.now, When don't

it has not had much of a start Is the

111111'111,11 i IItam t """"" "III'ttTtTUnmmH: I11I1111111111 Will Exhibit at I time to check it. The slightest
cough easily leads to Pneumonia,
---- it LI XI IE C>J K:, FLA.I I Bronchitis and Consumption. A boi-
tIe of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will

on cure that cough. Tbe price puts It
C. E. HumphreysCONTRACTOR within reach of all. Sold by Suwannee
I Drug Co. dw
WED 1

AND BUILDER 101 I Good Ad*ice.

One Day Only, Rain or Shine, I It looks like u:.. limes ..uen men
'
Proprietor of fighting proclivities give their
Under Water-proof Tents.
"name and address" but this is what
Florida Novelty Works lion Frank Clark and Editor
Plenty of Good, Comfortable Seats for all. The James I/Engle. of the Tallahassee Sun,

See me before building your house. Everybody Shelby's Show is a strict'y' Clean, Moral and Refined Exhi- have done. Gentlemen, forbear do
bition in every particular. Ladies and Children can attend not be rash-Ocala Banner.

else does. our Performance, as well as Gentlemen, as there is nothing ---

I said or done to offend anyoae. This is a small wagon show, This May Interest You

Residence and office, Phone 188. I but nevertheless, everywhere we exhibit we are giving the No one is Immune from Kidney

i best satisfaction. Two Exhibitions Daily. Do.>rs open at trouble, so just remember that

'. '> 1 p. m., and 7 p. m., performance commencing one hour Folev's Kidney Cure will stop the lr>
regularies and cure any case of kid-
!11 i i
I I Ii 11111II1 llld ill IIllIlllIIl'lUUillllllll1i 1II111 III I i later.
nev and bladder trouble that 1. not

i; ; ADMISSION, 25 AND 35 CENTS :i: bo\vnd the. reoc'i of medicine. Cit..
PI dw
We are aiming at . . . . . . . . .:. I arms?
I "P"W""I".L.L.. a. ."--".-.L'-..-..-T&.. .a .& ..a a .a _& ...T.TT------a a
I i. True IK-niocrat Story.The .
(300) .. \\hy shave and see what the voters will say if
True Democrat of Tallahass
I I 3
Jeff.
should get foolish and run.-
i I a tortid liver when Herbine tbe announces a story of H Clay Craw-
FOR OUR Lt.4b) Fort M>ers Breeze.
will ? fo-d and B E.
j only liter reguator belp you McLln catching mullet

B I There is no reason why you should with a hook and line as somethingout
II I Ihiiiig ItuMnci-s Again of the ordinary. They have been
1! suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation,
1 1908
Sunday School Jan.
caught that to editors
i i Chills and Fever or any liver com-I "When my friends thought I was way our
will to take leave of this world, knowedge for forty years and the
Hi' j plaints when Herbine cure you. about on
1 :I I F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes: account of indigestion nervousness process can be witnessed at every

... We Must Not Miss It.. 1"1 was sick for a month with chills i I :nd general debility," writes A. A. o flood: Ave tide.D.,at in the\lIaml.-Jasper bridge at the News foot
: i and fever, and after taking two bottles -
rM5holin Treadwell. N. Y., "and
--
ia of Herbine, am well and heal-
I \vh"n it looked as if ti ere was no The Price of Ht-Ml'.h. .
Sawannee Drug Company -
thy. Sold by
'
I dw* one left, I was persuaded to try "The price of health in a malarious
S. P. I .
MAYS, Superintendent C'eciric Bitters, and I rejoice to say district is just 25 cents; the cost of
:: I hat the are curing me. I am now a box of Dr. King's New Life Pill "

I 1 I I = ... .......... UU.: n-: Diffrreiicr A of Opinion. loing business again as of old,I I writes Ella Slayton of Noland. ArU
![! The Key West Citizen says that it c.I am still gaining daily." Best I New Lift Pails cleanse gently and Im-
', believe; that "it is pretty good even tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed, part new life and vigor to the system
K DVkiLsflNt7 AE DEMOCRAT money to bet that Jeff Browne will '>..- PaaGroover; druggists. I 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat
1 be Florida's next governor." Walt Price, 50c dw* Barclay & Groover' druggists dw.LIVE .



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__ TFE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY. APRIL fI, 298:. '!




TRIAL IS WEARING r END INCRttSE ,IN \\m OAK POST cause"But they nobody all waited made the for the holler other be- OVERFLOW LOCALS.Mr. The Extra Si


[ fellows to do It-all except the -- S. I*. Bo ew n. of Wayne. W.

"- OFfCIE RKBPTS African who had no curiosity, and Ca., xrite. "I,_ was *::: ufferer.from j?[>;/-Spring. -

r the Oshkosh' who had_hysterics. Kidney disease*,40' tJhM at .;time*,1 :,
.o .
'
HIS "Aldrthe Man In bibs Moon ,Just could jutt jof bed and when Suits >
JIR., DBLMAS COMMENCED -, the post/office .receipts -, .." : = ; ao\.get ;. .. orl
in
SPEECH FOR ;THE DEFNSE The' increase Laughed! j ',; ,"', .. : J, ,:did,, I could not stand straight. I e

.YESTERDAYDEIMAS for the Live Oak office have been "It was ,enough :to ,make comet took Foley's Kidney.qxjre.'Ones dollar t i Jaitfat -
Oak office have been Youn
for the Live awns-
splutters itrevealed-a! very bottle and part of the second .
gradually growing for the past few. nature. ._
ing trait la human cured me entirely. Foley Kidney

years. The increase for the year end- 'You will find lots of people Cure works wonders where others $15 $18 :.

Will fINISH TODAYPossible ing March 31, 1907. was greater than right here In this community who are total failures. City Phar- ,

for any previous year. refuse to join in the Big_ Holler be- macY. dw* :-

The total business by quarters for cause they want to g (the full bene- ,20.

that Case Slay Go to the Jury the four years ending March 31st. fit of the holler, when the other people The council last, night passed an that we are offering
(thh
by Wednesday Mght-Jerome last, are interesting, and are given make It. Sometimes by making a Big ordinance condemning; strip of,land convince every ""n -.rho...

Has Closing Speech below: Holler all at once we might get a new Just north of the new hotel for street them that they are without ..

June 30/1903 . ... 1334.07 factory located here but when 999 purposes. to extend east'o the greatest values ever jotttn t

September 30, 1903 . 1.393.08 men stand around each waiting for the White estate. The property now popular prices.
8.-Tbe trial of
New York. April December 31. 1903 . 1,561.42 all the others to do the; hollering, and belongs to Miss Emma Pars ley, and If you want .y
with the mur- a smart.MICHAELSSTCR
Harry Thaw, charged March 31, 1904 . . 1784.63 only one man hollers the man look- that lady Informed the reporter about .
of Stanford White is nearing the
dar
ing for a factory site desn't hear any two weeks ago that if such an ordin .. ,, ei
Delphin M. Delmas.
end.
Attorney
Total . . . . 6073.20 sound.' ance was passed she would hare
California advocate this after-
tbe
"If It takes a Big Holler to get erected at once a large livery stable
noon began his closing address to June 30, 1904 . . .$1,76f.U
what we want, every .fellow must facing on the new street and Ohio
the Jury, and after he had spokenfor September 30 1904. . 1,662.03
lend a lung. avenue. Such a structure would be
,more than two hours and a half December 31, 1904 . 1755.75 .
"This is not just a funny story. It extremely handy to the hotel and
an adjournment was taken until tomorrow March 31, 1905 . .. . 1994.09
i is a Full of Philosophy., It ought to postoffice. and. of course. It wouldbe
morning. Mr. Delmas expects 1
set you thinking. under restrictions of the city as to 1.
to conclude before the luncheon Total . . . $7,176.22
for the
"Moral: Now's the time sanitation etc.
tour Is reached. District Attorney "

Jerome will make the closing addressof Jung 3J>. 1905 . . 1736.32 Bil Holler!

the trial on Wednesday and September 30. 1905 . 1,990.53 Mr. Wise chairman of'the Boardof

Thaw's fate should be in the handsof December 31. 1905 . .306.08 Dr. Pasco returned this morning- Public Instruction is in the city t # U Ui Ut

tie Jury by Wednesday evening. March 31, 1906 . . 2,511.94 from a brief trip. On Sunday he today. 'In,company with Rev. Ridley
preached at Mandarin taking the
Justice Fitzgerald: today ordered and others he pitched camp on the i

the Jury locked up until the end of Total . . . . $8.54487 place of Presiding Elder Hendry. Suwannee river yesterday morning to
who was filling an appointment elsewhere -
tie trial. In view of this, the judge's enjoy life for a few days and try their t 1x
June 30. 1906 . . $2.246.29 On Monday night the Doctor
to tte jury undoubtedly will luck fishing. Up to this morning
crarge
September 30. 1906 . 2,240.78: went to South Jacksonville and as ;
be delivered immediately after Mr. when Mr Wise was obliged to leave
December 31. 1906. . 2,424.17 President of the State Epworth
Jerome concludes. Tho latter threeor the party and come to town they had ; :.
March 31. 1907 . . 3.13.04The League organized a local chapter
four hours. Declaring\ he would been very successful catching fish
there with thirty members.NOTICE. .
f not base bis plea upon the "unwritten Total . . . $10,124.28 Yesterday afternoon Mr. Wise says
law" because his client found they had a very heavy wind almosta
.
ample protection in the written statutes receipts for the fiscal year ending cyclone, which, blowed down ,considerable -
The Board of County Commission- ,.
of the state of Xew York, Mr. March 31, 19&7, were $10,124- *timber near their camp.
r- of Suwannee County. Florida will
Delmas made a striking appeal to thee ":8, nearly doube fte receipts for the Fences were also undoubtedly blow-
I meet at the Court House of said '
sympathies of the jurors and so far "ear ending March 31, 1904 which ed down through that section of the
County. on Thursday. April llth. at
as he progressed today tie subject of were $6.013.20. The receipts for the county and other damage done, but
11 a. m., for tbe purpose of appointing -
Thaw's Insanity at tte time he com past year have been greater than for Mr Wise did not learn ,the extent of
Clerks and Inspectors for the
mitted tbe homicide was not even inj' previous year in the history of damage. '
election to be held May 2nd, 1907.
tinted at. the office and the increase for the
By order of the Chairman.
In two hours' time Mr Delmas' l ast fiscal over the ending .
year year '... :
-KODOL For clears the
Dyspepsia
J. W: BRYSO, Clerk.
S voice husky and he March 31. 1906 159741.
hjid grown quite was '
This April 9th: 1907. stomach and makes the breath asSVo'eet
asked for an adjournment until to- The increase of the last fiscal yearover : ,
as a rose. KODOL is sold by
morow morning. the year ending March 31, 1904
druggists on a guarantee relief plan. -'
District Attorney Jerome was not was 4051. 08. A LOST RIDING HABIT.
It conforms strictly to the National *
in court to,hear Mr. Delmas' speech. The receipts of the post office area = FINE CLOTHINGd
I* 1.u. for tt' v Eewuroit fcnKnle ttFre Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold ,by .-..... .
His assistant, Mr Garvin, took notes pretty true indication of the growth i *TM.. C4o.
-
vJ jCnipire* City Pharmacy. dw
However, Mr. Jerome it was said and progress a city is making. For Even Em'.Jf dtiiinudin, ,whom En

was busy with the preparation of his 'be past four years our city baa more 6"W.w I<...ou""lb.. jfruvt-dLr-rpr uf Suit for business or dress tiitr

own addre'ss. than doubled in and the "Peso on Earth." look and fit U
population '
dynasties" b**> anne he had gOD I, as pVU* tc apes,

At the morning session Mr. Jerome receipts of the post office have nearly i Louis Philippe,uu the eve of his flightin ; "Peace on earth, good will toward then you ahoulda't fait ito omnj

forma.y protested against the con- doubled, and this in spite of thfact ew I ISIS to warp him as be mine to men'" The Tallahassee True see these three After E&sttr ip&|

firmation of the report of the lunacy of the establishment of a ne warn her no\". 54\4-1 to her very serious Democrat wishes the Daily Sun in the noted -j

commission. His motion was quickly postoffice at Dowling Park where the ly thnt night: success and the Ocala Star compli-

i overruled. The defense then soughtto Immense mail of the Dowling Lum- -Should your giajesty appear bravely ments the Banner's Easter edition. MICHAELS-STERN j

have Dr. Allen McLane Hamilton bet Co., and other corporations are I on bjtveUicit In the midst of the Dunnellon Advocate. .

testify but' the district in until I people yoar majesty can still count on
attorney handled which one year ago
their enthusiasm, and demotion." FINE CLOTH1NI
terposed aa objection which was sus- were handled at this office. Had the Eugenie revived to show, herself OPfcorschmk -KODOL is a thorough stomach relief /

tained. Mr. Delmas then announcedthat offices! of these corporations remained She ordered that the ridIng It digests what you eat and You will find the style and i s

the defense rested. Mr. Jerome here, the receipts of the office habit be clws 'u. It must be .All gives the stomach rest and assists in the finish and the fit of the i

made a similar announcement andan would have been at least $1.500.00 black pf the severest simplicity Apd restoring it to its normal activityand
your size at price
every
adjournment was ordered until more for the past year. I she would Just pin the red ribbon of usefulness. KODOL is sold on a p
you want them Detail
:
2 o'clock that the jurors who were The Live Oak post office has made : the Legion of Houor on her left breast guaranteed relief plan by City Pharmacy -

_q to be deprived of their liberty might a wonderfully good record and the I Often the slightest causes brine aw i single and ..,

adjust their business affairs. changes made and facilites for about the frrnvest results The tragedy breasted
of the empire's last chance therefore At $15
--- handling the mails under Postmaster
In Pennsylvania a law has been in all the -a1
must be frouzht: alone with the black
THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. Hildreth are a great improvement riding dirt .in!1 oorsaeeKy .I passed according to any man the Spring styles

(Continued on page eight) ever.what we formerly bad. and there tutrc-UMe 111 luck they could not right to "lick-the-edltor" This has ric-effects--gray and brow4|!t

agreed and it was reported on more are still greater improvementsome find it. There haul lieen one but it bad long been by unwritten lawlessnessthe worsteds easel meres, the Tt" It

than one occasion that the possibilityof as the city grows. and the business dls.aPIf'ared. 'doubtless stolen" Oth- only censorship of the press we tweeds-- u8tom-tallor

an appointment by the Governor of the office Increases. ers were lit a'-t:!niiezne! and Fonta'ne- have had in America'-Palm Beach ished equal to $30 to order- ,j1

existed. The case seems to be with bl.tn. They fouuil a rid'nz' habit of News. made suits for your selee- tI

THE BIG HOLLER. dark creen with bt-ivy gold braid the
out an immediate precedent Gover tion at only. ,
i i costume of the li:perlal star hunts. 1j1A
(
nor Broward in explanation of tLe We hope every man in Live Oawill k -Especially recomended for Piles--
"It rill P 't do. Eusenle sobbed; It
date of May 2. stated that the con read the following little story I: that is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch au the '"--
will not !o"
stitution required that he Hazel Salve. I I t $18 styles In sHlt Ii,
give fifteen Sold
from
\\illacoocbee (Ga.) Sun And so for lack of a black skirt ando by City Pharmacy -

days notice while the county commissioners : This little story applies very well t corsiirp the ..*eijpre of the French was dw* gle and dos j

must give twenty in notice of places other than Willacoocb.ee ,I forced to tice her capital and lost an I ted cut, strict**
ciI
appointment of Inspectors. The day Here it is as told by the Sun empire hte-line Ileilix In MetropolItan tailored throughout and made .
Motoring (W. J.) Morgan who has cellent
worsteds, Nand
cheviots
was set so as to cover both points. "Once a certain Genius who Mapazhie c
been such a tower of strength in the
I. tweeds in beautiful patt i i
---- thought that the Moon was inhabited work for
The capture of the alleged safe- proposed that at a certain moment A PLY IN A WEB. good roads throughout the newest color effectsprecise H
entire
country left at 4 o'clock yes- the S3 5 to-mea.ure-m
blower and burglar at Lake
City yesterday on a certain night every man wo- .
Thernr a Tin, Spider Imprlionrtl terday afternoon for Tallahassee suits here in all styles at' (
is
largely due to Capt. Lyle
'tan and child on earth should kola I". Biglrtlm. where he
goes to consult
with
of this city. Early in the Hon. only .
morning 'er just as loud as possible so that "On.. mornin.r wheu hu.lu nu John B. Parkinson chairman "fI
of the _
dispatch was received here directedto the '
Man in the Moon might hear the *
workshop 8:1"111 uituralist a large house committee on public roads the finest ..-.rI
conductor Kennedy and Cap round and know that he had neigh- nv: double the size of a Muetattle. wn highways and
on the A ofclass
Lyle to look out for a couple of men bora I caught In a spider's web In tie win- good roads move- t$20
ment in Florida Mr Morgan lug in aU tM
who left River Junction on the blind "Everybody said it was a Fine IdeaEerybodv dow close to where I was at work. It Tallahassee goes to
at the styles and
baggage and who were supposed to agreed to Holler with a was held by two of Its legs only an 1 special request of
Mr suitings of
be implicated in the robbery at vbig H For a month in advances for some time the spldtr vhcbvas! Parkinson as chairman of the finest qtl Iltyand a

er Junction. The marshal everybody practiced clout the size of the fir's bed.pr,.*. special committee He will meet with domestic worsted the I

lung exercises ceeded to wtrt>n.rtlieii Its b..l.1 by at the committee and give them the ges and casslmerea- tbe cc
the
promptly on grounds and to
so as cultivate
the Biggest Holler .
searched the train and conferringwith tach.n numerous extra liu '- to tUi benefit of his extended study of the In every detail of $40 co- "i
Dossible
1 Everybody was sure thane two va.ttlve: limb.. carefully kl....' n': good road problems,that; confront different measure-made suits -p-cial
tbe conductor was told that thti -
be .
Moon Man couldn't help but hear out of re:n li of the others vrLu''i \..,'r.' sections of the I for tibia wor k '0aly
men who were riding the blind baggage 'be Vast country. His .
j Volume of Vociferation. lottlas '>ut i 1:1 all directions In f-a-itio thorough

were put off this side of River "The Eventful Night arrived The efforts ti 4- ."I.1'" knowledge of the conditions SPRING I
that must be met in Florida SUITS FOR B YSt
Junction. However Capt. Lyle concluded "oon Man was looking down through "nnr.n_ ..!aort respite In tie c.p will be

that the men put off were not cloudless sky. Everybody on earth tit',,'.. vrmtrrle* tie spider cautiously teeThe of particular benefit to the commit- $2.50 TO $7.50 !l

' the men wanted end that the alleged drew in two large lungfuls of air ip1>ro.i<'!ui1 aiul with Its bind less rot good roads apostle goes to Every *
the suit
state at ever TICS #
robbers were still on the train nd got several turns of Its tiny rope round capital well armed with (
f Sheriff Purvis of Lake City ready for the Big Holler oae of the titsl i .. that were free Tht eta facts and figures all arranged for carefully seclected ma' Hate. I
was The "
Mighty Moment at last owed
came tint v..r.- -trr.l ou till all the less bandy reference and the data by specialists toe Lit
_ aboard and the Captain so corn-
imparted
Silence! ..
i Absolute silence' It was wro e fir1rl Ij IxMiutL It then lujeitedl oiled that it can be put before keep their shape and ftl per*
Tcis beliefs to him. The the
result wll he
as
sllentest moment since the morn- I .0J l eau Into ou. of the fe?"-s. Th;H s-on committee in such form "very size: -Vorfolk. doubf l-

ll tte capture of one of the alleged tug stars first sang together. *Lowe-J It*-If. for Its cl:-..Jeonln;: effect all points clear and as to make ed and single-breast- Sa k. 'tal
robbers a detailed account of whichis to put the great .j
"When'tbe rrvlw-vd the
returns | rlotlsu's
( came In it was struggle in a facts In dainty creations in art
given,elsewhere, and tbe probabilities Known that only one man. a negro ui:irk.\l tlpr_. The poison paralyzes connection with the work fabrics for plain '
clearly and little J l'
art "that- tie other will soon be 'n Darkest Africa hollered and one hut dies not till concisely before the committee years. mea cJ ,

I in tbe toils Sheriff Purvis Informedtve woman In Oshkosh. Wis. who was so "Short I.v After a second bite resistance Times-Union Several I

reported this morning that tbe xclted that she just couldn't help ft. reoMttl and tbe victor settled gentlemen from Live Oak were on :

first information of the matter he r elet out a faint hysterical shriek down to suck the juices of Its fallen the train with Mr. Morgan last night,

c ived was from Capt Lyle--and to Everybody else bad kept Mum In, prey The struggles lasted quite an and conversed freely with him. They BUTLERBR(|
I hour :Next; morning the flj was atls'r. sajr A* is.very enthusiastic
}Mm; \argely ,due the honor of the order to bear the Big Holler that all and the spider was still sucking out its good toads on the

,question, ,and
capture. tbe others were going to make. Uf bloud.Chicago News a man of
I great Influence and,power.: "MENST: OUTFrrrB


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