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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 10, 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: UF00075905:00048
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Washington, April.9? Mrs. Ida'M*
f; 1" session yesterday morn- ,
re was j Von Claassen. who'made a complaint

f for'* longer period that, at,any to: J he. state /fepartment. against

n e prtTlonsty. The sessions! of bothaset United .States Minister Oravea at ..

were characterized, the in- Stockholmbecause. he declined to

action of quite a number:of'bills presenther to King Oscar,:was at the
d resolutions, and as the sessions ,. White House today in an :effort to

on, with the .disposition; of the obtain a personal interview with the

!awes that have been. pending president, to state. tier cas ;This
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ace the early part of the. session. was refused her whereupon she'feffr ---..-,., : .
TBlHonse ,today,' ont motion' ..of with the' officlala the following let-
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tie Senate amendments to House the press:

Korrent resolution No. 1. provldi '"Washington, D. C. April 9, 190T.
I lor an Investigation into the afin To the Right Hon. Theodore Roosevelt -

of the Internal Improvementid President of the United States:

: from its creation to the predate Dear Sir-Mrs. Von Claussen is in

t and authorizing the com- receipt of President Roosevelt's re-

Ktee to incur what expenses may ,:-...... .. fusal to 'see her and redress the insult '
aeeeaarr In making a, thorough f r offered her by his representa: t
cttifatfoB and to directing that tires in Sweden. Mr. and Mrs. "

report at thee. present session oft Graves. She cannot appeal again to

legislature. One of the Senate the state department, as she received

tetdmtnta was Introduced by Sen-: its final derision before she. left;
at Adams and the other by Sen- k__ -TT: Sweden.
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ar Beard the author? of the Sen- "Mrs, Von Claussen begs President,

resolution, which was tabled .InBo Roosevelt to appoint a committee of
e -. The House reaoi tlon.as Th;West. 'Great Scott! r thought for a minute 4'd buttd a vrhlffl"tr... et som thing. Giddap. Dolly" experts to make sure'that ,she 1* of ..

M W 'teems to, be a satisfactory 1 -Ding in Os Moines. Register sound mind before she proceeds further -.

pconis* between the two. prigln- ----- _._. in this case, for she knows well.
eeisnres. as there was'noiarttcuMbtoa from previous reports that when."
made (hi, thee house toMtrdng CHINA'S APPALLING FAMINE. S '. President Roosevelt is 'cornered 'fie'

in the second amendment DUMAS[ = ENDS) i ISPCf '5. *MJSSOCRI v 'LEGISLATTJRE. .:'. haws habit of appointing.such cons' as
&lsoae to the first the vote one -' mjitee ,to help him out of his diffKenltyj
Thousands Are yang Daily for the Extra Session .f Law-Makers :
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second being relatively small : vt! : Therefore/' not' easing to lay '
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Want{of Food.. : : \ I. Qacd S..5.Jefferson I '
t. 'Tse8daT. herself pen further
derided. -, ; '- < f ;.' t. 'ft .1 : rq. to criticism,
*eUtOt Humptrles'katRepresenlin ;- 4.+lurtnt t'nettdn of I oiliieast e aChIpa illsAPPEAL TO THE JiittJi WILL City Mr.. April 10.-Inaqcerdanu Mrs. Von Clanssen demands, -that

Watson In their respective ..Jen-own gas.:Kj '.' "Whlchl fit PH.t\VEJIWFECI'-ITiWD. At. 1 rwith thrall,of.Governor_ such a committee ,be appointed at, j
yesterday introduced bills isSr. ShanghaiL flee commercial capital .I I TELLING ADDRESS 'h.. Folk, the.Legislature'.of the,Stateof once; btfierwise'f-wilKair the1 a7C- .- .," ',' a'jJ
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cheaper text books for the and principal port, six provinces are t Missouri came together In extra session pelts in berself..: '(Signed) e:" '.ai zs: .. f

tUc schools, and a measure was Induced pow affected by the famine the floods .... Tuesday. The specific subjects HinA. VON CLAUSSENt" F "- ,
la the House by Mr. Dor- th'i, Mrs. Von Claassen' pP.d-t the- ....,j
WlEN: CORNERED suchgislallba
s, of Suwannee,providing for free I"IS. "A8IL White House about 10:30 o'clock this .'

t hooks to indigent school child-. ple, of whom 15,000.000 are affected provide for the regulation of the' rates morning. She come'in a closed carriage. .' t
L by the all prevailing destitution. of 'public corporations. To provide : and after: getting ont at the 4executive :
utof.'J'rammelf and Representa- while fully 5'.oj, >0.000: are absolutely Jerome's A'ddreW {"'iIl.De the- EffortOf legislative enactments for the. en- mansion sent her card to 'i

Saell Introduced In, their respec- *without food, save such scanty rations i HIS.' Llfe lt Will COBTij, forcefnen ot.the'. "dramshop laws Secretary Loeb. The secretary ..delegated

s homes bills to\amend the char-- as foreign 4 and native relief I '"'About'. ::Four' Hours arc''" t:. throughout the State. To provide for his assistant Mr. Foster to 1

of Lakeland, and a bill by Sear doles: out, and without. resources: the removal of derelict officials. To talk to Mrs. Von Claussen, who stated .
> Crane to amend the charter .of without hope. '-7- provide for enactment with an emerS "her wish to see President Roosevelt. .

Tampa was passed under sus- There are- more people starving to New. York, April 9.....-One more day :ney clause for the suppression. of, """'When this privilege waa reo. ,,

oa of- rules. Mr. Decker In- death, in China. today-more by at and the concluding-.chapters of the ,race,"' track"Jr: .gambling. fused her, she left the White House '1
IIclq a similar measure in the least a million-than there were aliveIn and( returned to her hotel. Her deteaaor 1
mse America, north'' of'the Rio Grande trial of.Harry-K. Thaw for the murder *:;. C. McCasklll and wfe.of. Balnbrldge' : 'was' courteous; and dignified i. -:

A pM. by ..Mr Parkinson,, of,Volu- when the' 'Declaration of Independence .of Stanford White will have been : Ga., were here yesterday at. throughout. though it was evident "1

passed the House, 'after being was signed.-and this Includes written into history With, an oratorical the Ethel. They formerly residedIn that she was very much disappointed ';

i ended by Mr Griggs. of Franklin.. the, aboriginal Indians'in the count. appeal to both the written Live Oak, and ought to live here. saying:'as'she: left. the offices that the

&e protection of shad'during the, More people will die in 'China of and the."unwritten law" for the justi- now. ,. ,president'h'ad failed to assist and protect -' i'
fication of his client Delphln M. Del- '
Bing season on certain waters oft Starvation, exposure'and famine bred mas the California sewers to a grave In the Potter's- her and 'that' he must take the i
attorney, concluded
East Coast The bill Is one which disease within the next four or five fieldi-: consequence 'of his refusal. 4Sirs.

tie support of the 'United States months than were killed in battle or, his exhaustive summing up ad- In closing :Mr. Delmaa said: Von Claussen stated tonight .
dress to the Jury this afternoon. ,
reds of Fisheries. And Ills .hoped died from wounds or disease in theNapoleonic When court convenestomorrow at tlemember, gentlemen, the law is : that Assistant Secretary of State Bacon -t
fas a result the'government ,will wars, the great Civil War a 1 uman law. J"'violate no law I telephoned her that If she would
11:30 o'clock, hour later than
Permanently Interested in the in the United States, the Boer War in one when I ask you to take the oldest of j.1 present .her side of the case in writ- ,:4'
usual District 1
Attorney Jerome will
ries In this State, In. a .financial South Africa and the late RussoJapanese all laws, the golden law-the law 'lEg. it would receive- his careful con .
before the Jury and in three J
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go or
A lively conflict-Boston Herald. the sideratlon. She said she would pre- "
debate was indulged that is at foundation of-all laws .
11. four hours' address !s xptciea to .
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the bHL -'Do unto<< others as you would have pare the statement but that she wgl
make plea which will be accountedone
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Senator Cone's. .. not call In at the state department -
bill to authorize then do "unto" person
the W. L. Brownell, woo has been at of .the best efforts of his life. OIL. i '
ae of 145,000 bonds by Lake-City the Park for the past three' months '*i>o not 'send this man to death'I to present it. r
Justice Fitzgerald would not say today ,
Wy off municipal indebtednessd left, with his family for Oswego N.: for what he did. ; ;
; whether or not be would charge ,
id! under susPension of the rules. Y., this morning. Mrs. Brownell. will ,,, the.. ,jury directly after the district attorney's "I now, with all solemnity leave .in I I :XO THIRTY TERM.
was certified to the House. Sen- I your bands the fate of Harry? ,
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return again next year. :!
ier closing remarks, but the ,
Henderson's bill for keeping the ,, Tl av.." i I Senator Scott of West Virginia
general Impression Is that he will do
I ** of Tallahassee In food repair the Improvement of the highways of Thaw'arose from his. chair, went I I Holds a Conference on falters*
so., In that. event there seems little Politic.
Passed the House. Pensacola passed under waiver Of to where his mother and wife were I I s
Seaator doubt that the case will be turned
Adams and Represent sitting, their Washington
rulej. over to the Jury by tomorrow even- grasped' hands confi- April 10.-After Senator -
.Mac Williams introduced good Senator Trammell Introduced a dently, and then with head erect Scott, of West Virginia, had ;

l 4s bills, Mr. MacWllllams' being |I State Life Insurance bill, which :took ing. made lis way,to the, prisoner's pen concluded a long talk with President

the lines he has already suggest-.{the I regular course. Thaw Chivalrous. and across the Bridge of Eighs. his Roosevelt at the white house the

for working half the convicts and j I- The- Secretary of State reported to With the exception of the moments prison guard .following close behind other day, he said: ''The president :

C the other half applying a the two houses the veto messages of when he was reading from,the minutes him. Thaw believes his case to be and I are the best of"friends. Noth-

,0l1 of the proceeds. to the road }I the Governor for bills of the session Mr. Delmas's efforts today was won and freely expressed himself to ing better." Scott admitted he and

" lot! 1905 after legislative adjournment one of sustained oratory. He threw his,counsel. the president. discussed presldental 1
aator West: Of the Fourth, tnt t!which were in the Senate referred to1 about the form of Harry Thaw the An adjournment was ordered by timber and political matters. He .-
aced a bill to Incorporate Cotton-' the proper committees. cloak of chivalrous knighthood. Justice Fitzgerald until 11:30 o'clock said the president stated that there \

*.ja Jackson county, which w'as i Senator Harris' child labor bill was ""Why. he shouted "should we tomorrow morning when District Attorney are many men who would make '

;tender suspension .of rules. recommitted to the Committee on who admire 'the chivalry of the Jerome who was not in the good presidents Scott dented he was
or CoD '. bill to amend Lake Organized Labor, and 500 copies Knights of the Middle Ages, who went court room at any stage of today's at the famous dinner where the antl- ,

* charter passed the upper house, ordered printed. about redressing wrongs and rescu- proceedings will begin his summingup Roosevelt plot was hatched.!' 4"

T suspension of, rtlles. and Seer -|I Various bills were Introduced upon ing maidens in distress withhold our speech. The case should be In the ; Jacob Bliss also visited' the presiI '

Harris' flew: charter for Key educational subjects, one by Mr. sympathy from this brave man?." Jury.'. hands tomorrow evening. I dent and repeated his former declaration -

vPJ-wed the House" with several Harv i. of Santa Rosa providing for Bitterly the attorney again assailed In view of the district attorney's that the president still adheres*' -'
"*. amendments White. He declared remark before the lunacy commis- determination
* 'the establishment of 'agricultural Stanford to not to accept arenominatjpn.
scot 'Crane*lntroduced' a bill 'schools" in the three congressional White thought play with the girl so sioa...that. Thaw; I, ,today hopelessly Correspondence of- f
&the, .t.o del T. 'fn tie'transtbss on districts" One'or two were Intro 1'1otigo' as' her'-beauty remained and insaoeimpcbpintereiH'; attaches to the Bering support to the president :

tor One aDdt: f rniih'mees es-' dWed' for'State ai4 to'irtibttc Schools. ''t1re'would ;save 'thrown her away Ho -argument h wUl ,rsue. In, pa n t..Uie.rp ln .tJ n to defeat the

Beard' measure.plating'to aad?othet;-?or"eheaper'tei't'boo>tit-' ""like -dirty rag to float down life's asking for the. man' jconvic/ioow PreJld lIt' policies continues' heavy.. ; a...
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t.s LIVE OAK DAILY 'DEMOCRAT, 'WEDNESDAY. APRIL,10, 10OT. _



.* Just Because -; .1.1I ;ORDIN '4 ,,1Yo: to the northern bounadrx of Wilbur PRO 'ES6IpG
''p.eumOaJa' Deadly Work street, as It now 'stands/Tunning "at
has BO seriously aff Jcfed, my right I>our.cough'is only ia'the throat. and An Ordinance to amend Sections right angles to.said Ohio avenue.1032 8.Zsown-
yon' don't II t, Z and 7 of Ordinance A'q.16 of the :
writes Mrs. Fannie Connor.' does"not'trouble now feet to White street_IIi,White's Addltloff P
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of Rural Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn.. '.think that It needs no atentlon.- Whenit Ordinance City of/.Uve entitled""An Oak.Florlday ordinance,being an to In said C4typf LIve Oak Florida BROwN &
therefrom three feet
had much of a start Is the excepting
"that I, coughed continuously- night .has not I prohibit the running at large on the across the northern aide of the

and day and the .elghb rs' prediction -: time to check It. The slightest I streets of the City of Live Oak .of Parshley family burial grounds, .

-consumption seemed .Inevitable cough easily leads to. ,Pneumonia,j horses mules,.yoga and .goats, ando which is Included In said descriptionand PIIYSICIA! &S -

until my husband brought_ home !,Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle -i't provide for the impounding" and within the iron fence Inclosing -----..
disposing of the same. passed
said burial grounds. UV
Horehound will
Ballard's Syrup : OAL
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a bottle of Dr. Klngs.sNew Discovery, :r September 30th. 1903. and approved Section II. That condemnation I

which' la my ease proved to: be,, the cure that cough. The price puts it October 6th. 1903. proceedingsjhall .instituted in.the DR"J. 'W

only real cough cure and restorer of I within reach'of alL Sold by Suwan- Be it ordained by the, Mayor and name of the City ,of Live Oak in accordance ,;

weak sore lungs. When all other i nee Drug Co. dw" City Council.. ,of the City of Live Oak with the provisions of the Physician and-
I Florida:. : and ;
Statutes in such case made provided -
remedies utterly fall, you may still Section, la. :That Section I, Sec of carrying .
able publications of its kind publlshed for the purpose Office: Carroll BuResidency
win in the battle against lung and j d in the United States. It is don 2 and' Section 7 of 'Ordinance out the provisions of Section 1 O.f

throat troubles with ''New Discovery. I printed on heavy book paper.and con- No. JjS of the City of Live Oak this Ordinance. at EtXJ]

the real cure. Guaranteed by Barclay tains thirty-four pages 'Is publishedon Florida being ,an ordinance entitled Section III. That this ordinance PbosOec...)i.,1GI.

& Groover druggists. 50c and the 25th of each month. Each and "An .ordinance to prohibit the running shall take effect upon Its passage by balls:
every department Is In charge of an at .large4 on the streets of the the Council and approved by the Dna s.....fB.r.l.r.
11.00._ Trial bottle free, dw.1: expert. No one who has a horse cattle City of Live'O k, of horses, mules Mayor, or upon Its becoming'an

I : or live stock should" be without hogs and goats and to provide for ordinance without the approval of the : E. BROOM

WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. i this pubUcation.J .. the Impounding" and disposing of the Mayor I |yk ,
SaIIle, approved Odober6..1903, be "_
I TALISMAM : Introduced by Alderman F. Ion
MAXWELL'S Is a hand- and the name hereby.amended so
Robertson and passed by City
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What Five Dollars and Seventy-FJve. some 32-page. monthly, publication 93 to read as follows: Councir In regular session assembled ATTORNEY COUNSELS]

Grata Will Do. :. printed on heavy book papers. and ."Section 1. Horses mnjes, hogsand on this 8th day of April A- D. 1907. UTCOAK.WillpnefaMlaaattvwwtaJaf.
contains handsome halftone il
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many goats shall not allowed tq .
and run CHAS. H. BROWN, -
This paper,at.quite expense
lustrations. It Is a publication that at large upon: any of the streets' ateys. -
F a great deal of work has arranged a j j President City Council. W
Is edited by the ,Hon/A.- C. Maxwell : lanes or unenclosed property 'of attaatMi rmm iZof
of fourteen well-known Attest BcaU. Etc. kJST
Club offer : AS
the I| ,one of the best-known.writers this the City.of Live Oak and that cows P. MAYS Clerk. dta.T .
Papers and Magazines including I S. City
country No publication in its class .
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for|I with Maxwell's shall not be allowed to ran at large -. I. S. T.- Mays City Clerk of the NUTAIT PVSUC kilt
Talisman. .
only $3.73. Realizing that we could compares upon any ;'of- the streets, lanes or CIty of Live Oak Florida do hereby
It has been published at Chicago. I1L, M.
DIXON
public highways of the said City or
largely Increase our circulation, we for certify that the. above and foregoing ,
seven years.
entered Into a contract to use the other unenclosed premises, within Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed
Papers and Magazines that compose THE FARM MONEY MAKER is a the following boundary In' said City by the City Council on the 8th day

this Club. The Daily Democrat does large handsome publication<< which of Live Oak, Florida to-wtti of April A. D: 1907. and the same DENTIST, -

nt make a cent out of this offer. !. has been running a great many years Beginnig at a point where Irvin Is hereby certified to the Mayor for

In fact we lose money, but by, In- In Cincinnati, O, and contains vari and First:streets: _intersects, and running his approval. ORtDPONTtA, : CKOVX ; t$

creasing our circulation we can secure ous departments In regard to every south to where Irvin and Car- Witness my hand and seat of said WOME. ;

more advertising and also get a bet- part of the farm and also has many roll streets Intersect, thense east. to City this 8th day of April. A. D. _

ter rate for same. No paper ever be- well-known writers in charge of Houston street thence south along 1907. T. j

: fore made an offer that equals ours. special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street thence (Seal)' S. P. MAYS YLti

Every paper goes to you for one full home and also matter that is Interesting east on John_street to Church street, City Clerk. PractleilWATCHMAKER .]?!
and of value to memberof thence south on Church street to corporation
year. All are well known and long every Examined and approved by me

established and worth many times the the family.SOUTHERN. line thence east on corporation this. 9th: day of April. A. D. 1907. AID II35nr'1

price we ask. They are from the POULTRY FANCIER. line to White street thence M. E. BROO E. Mayor.
north on White street to Howard upaie
South. North. East and West. Their This magazine is devoted to poultry ill
combined values Including the Live and all of its departments and is street 'thence, east on Howard streetto The Price of Health. Good stock of WatcUt aIssR

Oak Dally Democrat Is over .$13.00. published at Atlanta Ga Each issue thence a point north opposite to and Georgia avenue "The price'of health in a malarious_ i "*" JB*
We are only able to make this offer along Georgia
contains from 40 50
to
for a very short time and it will positively In magazine form on heavy pages book, printed avenue to,the northeast corner of district is just 25 cents; the cost of U E. Bonasoit. fl,

be withdrawn soon. If you per. Anyone that.has chickens pigeons pa- Bryson street and Georgia avenue, a box of.Dr. King's New Life Pills"- & Sill

want .tb.. best bargain ever offered pet stock, turkeys geese, ducks thence due north along section line writes Ella Slayton of Noland, Ark. ROBERSON
to a point IB
J'Ou..or4er the Club now. Do not etc.. will not only save but make opposite Fifth street New Life Pills cleanse gently and im
wait for:yon may nesltate too long. thence west to and along,Fifth street
by having this well-known
money
to Atlantic part new life and vigor to the .ft
If fou'are already a subscriber to any magazine before them. If Coast Line railroad eye ATTORNEYSAT

or all'ot the: 'papers in.the Club, your this publication and does anyonetakes not thence southwest across Atlantic tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat
timeiwillibevextended one year from Coast Line railroad to First street Barclay & Groover' druggists dw* I Win do genera practk, it Mi
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say that it is one 'of the best of its Federal
Coortt-
date of.'your.prder. :Probably you do kind and is as' handsome, readableand tbence! .west along First street to '

not care to bfcve all of the'Papers and valuable, a poultry paper as Is point of .beginning." A Curious Ad. ROOM AM. a f Uea 4 IM u!s
Magazines sent to your address. If "Section II. it shall be the duty ( '
published we will send same to them ?Sows NSb Ia
'net;yorf eaq split=the Club and have of the City Marshal or anydeputy The late Ambrose I.. Thomas the UVE
three months as an absolute preserft. OAK. : : .....
them sent ot anynumber of different aiarahal.policeman of the said advertising expert of Chicago used

addresses, or.! ,!.Qr.more parties can THE WOMAN'S -HOME JOURNAL City to take possession of and place to collect curious advertisements, and iOlEYSlIONEr-t
come In together andudl11de the Club.inonc Is published In Boston and no. matter In a pound to be provided for that

tbenriselvesOn acount of the what price is paid for a similar publication purpose any .
limited'time'tbat''wewrlli be able to no one will be able to securea found by" him or them running at Chinese advertisement of India Ink.

Bake this.wonderful offer we will be publication at the same price which large upon any of the streets alleys. This curious creed translated is

unable to furnish sample copies to will equal this one. It is published in t Mghwaya.. other unenclosed propetty as follows:
anyone. We.take pleasure in giving the interest of the women and children within said City and likewise CLINTONWholesale& WI? I
a.ahort sketch of each paper In the and it Is worth many times the take possession of and place in said "At the shop Tae-ehing (properonsin

Club. price that is asked for the entire pound any cow found by him or them the extreme) very good ink fine,

THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of Club. running at large on any of the streets fine! Ancient shop great-grandfath

Memphis. Tenn..is In its seventeenth COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is published alleys lanes public highways or er, grandfather father and self made
year. .It is published monthly on the in New 'york in magazine form, other unenclosed property of said I I this ink. Fine
15th of each month. Colonel Hugh and is one of the.. most readab1emagazines city of .Live Oak, within the bound and hard. Very

1. Bedferd, its editor,,is one of the of its kind ever produced I aries' prescribed In Section I ,hereof." :hard. Picked with' care selected.
a best-known agricultural writers in the by any publisher. It Is full of inter 'Section VII. For catching and with attention. an

United States. He lives on his model esting matter and contains articleswhich' and Impounding stock under this ordin "I sell very good Ink; prime cost i 3
are prepared<< by some of the the City Marshal shall
farm near Memphis and also has a be en-
best-known writers in the. titled to the is heavy This ink is heavy; so Is
following
tail
large cotton plantation in Mississippiand country fees namely: Dealers in!
an orange and fruit farm in ,This magazine will please all, no mat For:catching and Impounding horses .gold. The eye of the dragon glitters <*i

Florida. He is ably assisted by a ter how critical they are in regards to mules and cows fifty cents per head and dazzles; so does this Ink. No

large number of department what they read. goats thirty cents per head hogs one one makes like It Others who,make

special writers and correspondents. THH PRACTICAL FARMER. This dollar per head. For feeding and Ink make It for the sake of da_ and Wes
taking accumulating -
of .
The Journal makes a specialty of its I well-known magazine which Is pub care such stock while In
Cotton. Manufacturing Lumber and lished in Philadelphia is not only one pound for horses mules and cows he base coin and cheat, while I

,. Industrial Departments. In addition I of the most successful of its kind bead shall receive fortycents per day per make It only for a name.

to having full and complete departments but without doubt one of the most eaclv for,hogs or goats ten cents "Plenty of mandarins know my
of the Home. Garden Fruit per.day.peJ:..head each; foradvertlsIng
carefully edited papers in the' United Ink-my family never
cheated-they
Farm Poultry. Cattle Live Stock! States. Any farmer, planter or. in and selling such animals he shall
etc. It is very readable and full ol I fact anyone who has fruits flowers receive the sum of fifty cents for have always borne a good. name.

bright snappy news and contains 32 i vegetables live stock and poultry horses mules or cows per head and "I make ink for the 'Son of Heaven

pages. will find that the Practical Farmer for five hogs or goats the sum of twenty- and all the mandarins in the em t
THE AMERICAN FARMER of Indianapolis. will save them during the cents per head each. The word
year many "bog" under pire. As the roar of the tiger extends -
this PhonePromdt 2
Ind.. has been published times the price that they pay for the ordinance shall be
taken to Include to every place, does the
twenty-one years and Is; ably editedby entire Club. "pigs. so fameof
Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each Issue THE Section. Ha. That this Ordinance the "dragon's Jewel the ink of
HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE shall take
contains a full page poem, from this is published in New York in magazine retie effect immediately upon Tae-shlng." del

well-known writer. It is published form and contains from 30 to 60 *VhVM. 1. V.. A*._ ..___ _Council_ and ap- i
v. ", LUt: 01 ay or as
to
and contains 24 There mules
monthly
pages. pages each issue. This well-known horses .
goats and bogs but Doing Business Again
Is no better paper for the home and shall not
farm than this wellknown'publlca publication contains many interesting co Into effect as to cows until 60 days "When my friends thought I was
anywhere
stories, and of the inf
some most valu- from Its passage by the
tion. City CounciL about to take leave of this world .
able articles which are prepared by Passed by City Council In on
regular
SUCCESSFUL FARMER Is published well-known writers. Every depart- session this 8th day of April. A. D. account of Indigestion, nervousnessand :

at Des Moines. la, and has been ment is fully covered by experts in 1907. CHAS. H. BROWN. general<< debility," writes A. A. City.THOMPSON .

long established. Each issue containsfrom this publication. One of the most Interesting President City Council. Chisholm. Treadwell. N. Y.. "and .
50 to .60 pages and it is one departments is that con- Attest when It looked
of the handsomest and most complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. as If there was no

publications of its kind in the world. tie head of "For. the Little Fellows." I, s.P- Mays. City Clerk of the tope left. I was persuaded to try & Wll'P

Every department of the farm and and another is 'ChatsVith Mothers." City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say i

h4me Is fully represented In this paper Another" is "Decoration of Your certify that the above and foregoing that they are curing me. I am now Drays and Delivery W.J
and Home, and another valuable department Ordinance -
each of these departmentsis 56 was
regularly doing
In charge of an expert. It is a very under the head<< of "Embroider ed by the City Council on the 8th pass business again as of old Furniture moving a s&&
day
handsome publication and is a monthly ," also a department of "Amusing of April A. D. 190, and the same and am still gaining dally." Best STOVE WOOs

published .on book paper. the Children and'another one under is hereby certified to the Mayor for tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed
the head of "Home and How
GREEN'S FRUIT GROWER of Really Make it Home" and another to his Witness approval. by Barclay & Groover, druggists. Any. length delivered

Rochester N. Y., has been published department under the head of "Our Cite' my hand and seal of said Price SOc. dw to:1
this
for twenty-seven years and is edited Beauty Doctor." There are many 1907 8th day of April A. D. of city, promptly. Gi

by Col. Chas. A. Green who Is said other interesting articles in !'
this pubis Muscles
(Seal) Superior busines. PI
to be the best-known writer of th Lcatlon which alone forbids S. P. MAYS. to Brains

kind in the world. He is ably assisted to mention Any space subscriber to this us City Clerk..v.Exnained London Cable to the New York Sun.

by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as assistant Clubb will after reading this paper this 9th day of and April.approved A. D. 1907 by me "The 'muscles are of primary importance H. J. Mom|
editor These two well-known
:
we believe their brains
renew. of
subscription
gentlemen also have M. E. BROOMS, Mayor. secondary Impor-
number
a large for fame from year to year without tance" declared J. Contractor and Bjj
A.
of department editors and special solicitation -- -- Cockburn. who
any the of
upon part -
anyone
writers. This magazine alone Is ORDINANCE NO. 57. presided at the annual meeting of Apply for plans, ester
worth the price that ask for the manual
we training
All of the above Magazines and An Ordinance teachers at Black- and specificatio
entire Club. In its class no paperin providing for the pooL "Our
Papers contain stories and reading establishing whole knowledge of the
opening and
this country compares with it. matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the City extending of Live world comes to us through the muscles Office on Ohio Ave.. A. t:. I*

MODERN STORIES, of New York the family, from the smallest baby Oak, Florida, from the east side and is remembered 1
of
is a handsome and well known. publication to the oldest member. Every depart Ohio avenue by them.
eastward
to White "The muscles' The Great leadaGIlGBromo.
which is ment of the memory is the
published monthly home farm and business street In White's Addition to essen ,
3nd is equal to any of the well known are fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and thirty-two said tial part of memory. Not only Phy-!

:monthly magazines. This alone I is You will see thousands of new pictures U03%) feet, said street to be sical force lies there but the mind Pe
worth the entire price of the Club and illustrations in these pub- (50) feet In width. fifty of the real man. it i -
edited and contains lications during the marks out his : J.
Carefully matters year that you Be It Ordained by the
knowledge
that will Interest every member o* tfamily. will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Mayor Live Oak and But sad defines his character.j Note the Word Pt
,
for
papers. This paper feels proud to Florida. : the muscular peo
be abler to offer to its patrons Club pie would I Beddt.'
a Section 1. That Wilbur never have had
SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE Is published street In any brains
at St. Louis. :Mo., on'the first of of this kind Papers, composed and Magazines of such representative and- the City of Live Oak. Florida as it worth talking about."Constructive CURES .'CI1IL!

contains from 60 I to now stands opened extended
each month and and genius
we can to each and and
say originalIty
every one established from -
',' 70-pages. It is one of the best-known that our offer is worth many times Ohio the eastern side of will be the requirements On the Spot !
avenue in of
and is ini is said City fifty the
magazines published the price of $5.75, and no one will in width at right feet future and the class-room Ho Opiates !
It Is handsomely gottenup angles with said ought to Jim
fifth year. make a mistake In taking advantage Ohio be Lbsefltessi
the
avenue eastward to adjunct of
White
Interesting the
contains many street
and of same. In White's workshop. Drtff UU. ,
Addition
articles full of valuable Information to the said City Hitherto the cart has been
We can .ttestlon
the advertisement
Jour put
of Live before
D
member of the..family.ana Oak. the northern: boundary Pow Sal*., =1i
for every of the Club elsewherein of which said the horse, The e.hlld. instinctively
extension
will please alL this edition. You will find there line drawn at right angles shall with be Ohio a. recognized the Importance of muscu The City pharuve
JIAGAZINK Js detailed information in regard to the
TJJX>DED STOCK avenue from lar
a point motion
-
on the and despite
eastern its
Club. teacher 0'KtFI
and most read exercised -
" OHO of the handsomest side of,.Ohio,avenue directly opposite its'powers"ia that direction.
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;. i tw OAY DAILY DEOCRA sometime past there has been the taxpayers. 'With these two obmandation. ; lit: : ,.'

... Published. every Afternoon a demaD4-1 hi ;connty for a,Crazt. J Jbti de.thc.STe;m; 1 ...W )d s Plas1i

t #< Except Sunday. lij Coart'$Rerord. where person t .
-=charged with criiae-of minor offe h i\.Iltie County Co Jhlhls.slonel'$ ti'tTRg' We all know what aljlank, doll place this w .,<-"
f It F. SHERWOOD Editor and Ma'gT. could have a speedy ,triaL thisit upon] tie mmendatlO1!. :p fJ; he r i.

is claimed by those who have exam.:.czandfu; are prorIng to carry be if it were not for some,off the pleasures'lace: 1 t(,

TEE LITE Oil PUBUSHIKG COIPIIT. ined Into the matter' would result In out their part'oftte work and we termingled with_our work and worry. _
considerable saving to the taxpayers belie -> eFefry.cItIxen and taxpayer, ..''''
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Live Oak. t4 fi
Postoffce
Entered at the '
of the county and cause those who desires to see those Accused of } -so
Mall Mat
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Second Class
Florida., as !
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under crime given a speedy trial.. and who'would -
with offences coming
charge -
7 1905.
tel" :November .
pfeasure "
Inrisdictkm of .the Criminal Court to j: 11keto see moneyjsaved the ,,.1- or oa Q
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be ?, should sign *", fc.Vm ** '.
of the United be given a speedy trial without waitIng taxpayers of UM county,, -a their shoes j -
mailed to any part ;
States, postage prepair. for 15.00 five or.s\x months in Jail as Js tone. of the petitions now being circulated

-. per year; $2.50 for six months; often the case .until Circuit Court ( by and through the order of ply because they h -- ,

1.25 for three months, or 50 cents eonTen our Board of County Commissioners.; .I found the

for fire weeks In advance Delivered The question of the establishment JIOT; "f
, to any part of the city by of this court has been agitated Jor I The;, school book system In the"Quakes"

f carrier tor 10 cents per week. some time as stated above but for has been thrashed bver' by the Florida -

'., some reason the matter has never J ,press umlll It Ii'pwtty.well p1afed.t ]I fOr3.OO.Liiere s
The Board of County Comisioners been All recognize the need t o t.Ita tthe iame old story Jn I
pushed.
oldiway.** ; isle, .nobby shoe for every foot and as QuakershoesanI'
will meet tomorrow and appoint. & of such a court J-4nd at the last term I 1! the same but now"conges 1 1I

spectors for- the special electiipn on' of Circuit Courts the grand Jury. In'their I'tiie Savannah, Morning .' ewe,and Vfi,i by .experts, in.-ar Specialty factory, over fpot ron!
May 2nd. fers somekootfi sound argument upn.rthls' -
general miide the
following recommendation presentment: ,,r ntu'thTyc"us! ea "affdaTscns d:*t lasts nd-oit the'best Tmd most popular leathers,,ifc .a

The New Orleans Picayune says: "We recommend theestablish object In the following very. sensle !- J '
;t i. jsurejto fit-weUan ,i-ive satisfaction, which means
-In the production of the jrorld'scotton meat 6f"a Criminal Courfln r coon-' 'editorial:-Mucbt opposition'fcasteen -|

supply and in the spinning developed In Florida against the J "Qua fcet"r shoes are madefy Goodyear rl
ty: and we believe that the same $ lJ|p|:
and weaving of a. large share ,of ,it. r proposed-"!nacthient ndformh6olfeeolc '
'a
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sanld'be a saving to'thej,tax-payers : pf : "
with Ae tacks thread
both for home aud foreign consumption of *and'wid* the s law;- The danger In the ft.; 'doing!u y' ,, waxjand fa 1D t
our county,. cansei .
the Southern 'stat s.or the .Union persons guilty of smaller offences to a doption-ol such a law is that a.moo nEside; ; of so many shoes that hurt bUn and blister tie _

have a resource of wealth that be more speedily brought to Justice." poly in supplying school book will \ ,

not only surpasses the whole gold For some reason the recpmra nda- i brought about. Several of tbe : This means, too that thay are soft and pliable. 'f

production of our globe but is greater failed states have adopted uniformity and jQuaker" :
tion of the grand to awaken
jury &
All in all with item summed
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even than when that gold Is mul- much interest in the matter and then abolished it, though others cling every up, you '

tiplied by tour. All this has come no active action was taken until the ot It.. OnT of ;Ute -chief -objections 4; the '; shoe is the best shoe that can beRemember bag #"
about in a few years past and is onlya meeting to the uniformity system found by '
last .of the Board of County .
$3.00: '
beginning of a vast development Commissioners when States Attorney educators of experience Is that the,, :
that has no equal anywhere.: It is Legislature takes upon itself the task ; J
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marvelous not only In what is already communication of determining what books shall be to ask for _Quker""The. shoe that
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attained but also .IIi what is andrtne '"
promised.** "' -..- -. ,....'Live> Oak, fla.!.March, 30, J 907. Is'need; average Legislature'nor'com hurt., .., __ .-: ,
L "Hon. Board of County Commission et' to Judge what Is" J .i -. : .
., Suwannee Florida.' best for ting-public schools. If in ev-,
ers County
The committee of Georgians who "Gentlemen-At the last session of c ry instance,the school authorities |t Llimber& Naval tarp'
are going to Europe to try and turn the Grand Jury in and for Suwanneec01l.nty. ; the supenlntendents and teachers Dowling
the tide of immigration to the South '
In their final presentment, who devote their lives to the profes

stopped in, Washington en route to they] recommended among 'oth ec aion of teaching- weregye?:nth j] BOWLING PARK FLORIDA ,
New York and called.uponPresidentRossevelt. ,
things the establishment of a'Criminal J ltTto mate "the- seiectiaasir there j t

and Informed him of the Court of Record in this County would be little room, for criticism. > . . <
purpose of their trip to Europe. The ut when jtolltics ioJetennlnes
and Inasmuch as the matter had been.B1 what '
President was out-spoken in his' approval discussed to some extent by our people still .be'aeleijt tI1 fyjthe'/niljc: : schoooarienlabn 1 -

and,commendation of their since recommendation W cras SIIaUy' open POPULAR ,
by : VISIT THE HEALTH AN9 PLEASURE RESORT,
plans and pledged the heartiest support for scandal as well for valid ;
the grand 'JuryI thought it properto as p ro-
of the administration in furthering call the tests by-those who direct and support .
same to-your attention at !

; their Immigration.method of He Inducing gave to southern ,Hoke- this time as the Legislature will on. i thelf IJ 61S. "m.4' b 1 j: DOWLING PART !

Tuesday the 2nd day of April convene i f *%/ I ILllIiES :
Smith a letter of presentation to the
at Tallahassee and under 'our PRAWN IX FLORIDA.Savannan i
United States ambassador"at Berlin.
law the Legislature alone has the. i ( Morning :News.) i! .' +T TXJWfJ UfO' THE SOWANIEE' KVEfI i
The party also bore letters from the _
power to establish, the-Court. I have The Democratic party Inq d.a :
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state -department to other American
made rather minute investigation Into divided Into two distinct factions. [:
.- i preieatative la Europe and letters the proportionate cost, of main Tiers Is dissatisfaction respecting-Mineral; Springs. Hotel l and Carol
from Charles A. Boynton; of Washington t
taining this Court as compared witthe h the Goiernat s kverglades policy and[ HOT AND COt BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BEDS.I H
"Melville'El of I I
Stone New
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present system and I find that it the 'people, want the corporations to !I WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILL1AR3 TABLES. 1'ELtsGRADMAJC-
1 York, to the Associated Press representatives ;I I PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILUONS. KB
will comply 'more the
be a saving .in dollars and cents strictly with laws I "
In Europe. The good repre- *T 'LES FROM LIVE OAK. ON uvsotf*
feet to the taxpayers'In the sum of several They want them to bear a larger *. ]RATES REASONABLE &G1JLF. co..ECt1O.'UVE0AI1mII
of the work done this
by: comtalttei -
thousand dollars each year. If share of the taxes and also to. give j

? 1 great? will benefit soon to bear the State fruit of andof Geor be this court is established it will baejuri It Is, apparent there-I I ADDRESS PARK( HOTEk DOWUNG RK. fLOR iDfl. .. :

I diction of all'misdemeanors and are issues :leaoagh for J"
.
gia. Florida win reap some benefitin beltet.sei I
a general way. for this committeewill all felonies less than capital, andwill the kind that{twill iUi i I i in 11 n ii i ii n 111 in nil ii in i n
t have a session every two months:. voters. i' :-..i ,
E explain to the people of Europe
By its establishment the One gubernatorial candidate is
county will!
that the Southern states are the most save a great deal on the feed of prisoners mentioned icllt ts probable that in SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE
r desirable portion of America and
y connections will be opened that will and besides those charged. !- the: \'eryne2i TntttreTStters"will inaketheir I
with crime will have a speedy, trial. appearance: In the arena. The
bring Imigrants to every Southern
In addition there will be dispensedwith Governor distrbed, by the attaeL-
State. }
Florida ought to be doingmett.lng
all grand Jury witness in all which have been made upon his Ever
along this line. We must _
matters not capital also there will glades policy; and naturally he wants l
not depend upon others to secure. immigrants "I LI
for us. not ,be any expense for grand juries vindication He believes he has been. I

except to investigate capital cases. doing what ,is for the best interestsof -

GOOD MEN AND TRUE. besides the expenses of Justice the state and he is confident thata

(Tampa Tribune.) Courts will practically be eliminated good many of.the voters are In sympathy r

As predicted by the Tribune Some from your regular monthly bills, with .him. That the questionof
days ago. W; Hunt Harris of. Key which you have I know noticed, continuing the drainage of the

West has. bees chosen president of is quite a heavy burden. In orderto Everglades will be an Important one

,_ the Senate and,_Eugene Matthews of establish this Court it will requirea In the next state campaign there

Starke. speaker of the House.of Representative petition of a majority of the registered no doubt.It .

*. It would have beenficult 'dif voters hence there will not be Is yet too early to state exactly

indeed in all of Florida to have any use for the trouble and expenseof the issues that will be presented in SPECIAL 'ANNOUNCEMENT

found t..o men "more thoroughlyuaUfied an election. I am simply calling that: campaign,but enough has cropped
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in every respect to fill these )"OwHDnorable body's: attention to out to, make it clear that thereare

positions.Mr tris matter 'In obedience to the recommendation : differences that cannot be adjusted For- the
it Harris is and next three months a FOUR MONTHS SCHOUU*
a lawyer of very of the Grand 'Jury and that so far as they are concerned will be '
issued
good in ANY ,
great prominence ,and a 'first;-c1 ass would suggest that you confer 'with the majority view will baveto DEPARTMENT, for only S30.00.

parliamentarian.._ {ewIU preside over your regular attorney-about it.:who prevail. Therefore the camqiign Special courses In -Departments hare been so arrrgaalt

1 the Senate with dignity and judgment will explain fully to you Its jurisdiction Is looked for that will give the statea I student entering on this special offer can*,finish- within- the 1

while his spirit of fairness Is and .powers; and after investigation shaking up such as it hasn't bad scholarship. :.
'
: a guaranty that he will give everyman I am sure you will see that:It Is in many years. This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. :,

a chance and not resort to those a step fn the right direction because ,The intimation is thrown out.1haIt Do you wish your salary increased! Enroll with us, u4 R(

tricks so often used to gag free expression it more speedily disposes of criminals will cost a great deal of-money to ; ;.help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yon uw*

of ,opinion and wen-inform and will in addition be a great'savingto be a'gubernatorial' candidate. The

ed action in parliamentary bodies. the taxpayers of the county Legislature ought to enact a law limiting WRITE FOR CATALOG.,

At the same time be will exert his "Respectfully submitted, expenditures for political pur _.

i well-known, firmness of discipline I in "GARY A. HARDEE. poses. A settlement that will bring

miantaining order and In seeing that "States Attorney peace must be secured by a free expression SOUTHERNBUSINESS I COLLIIi

there Is no undue delay In giving atAfter receiving the above communication of the will of the people at

}- tention to the State's requirementsin the Board of County Commissioners the polls. If i settlement is brongthe i .Y

the way of legislation. took action with It will not be permanent because the LIVE> OAK,, FLORIDA

Eugene Matthews too, will pet result that each member of people will not be satisfied with It. .

form his arduous duties as ruler ove the Board was appointed and The Legislature will no doubt'bring' :t L M. f1f TTON, President G. S. STEPHENSfrii ,

the House with the courteous firmness requested to secure signers to a out the Issues'so clearly that they >

that characterizes him and that Petition asking for the establishment will be understood by everybody I* "! y"' ............. .... --
bas gained him so many admiring of a Criminal Court of Record for There are bills pending or that willis

l friends. As a prominent newspaper Suwannee county. This matter be introduced that-will show Just and 9 next This was decided upon -

-man. a 'student of the questions of now-is now In the hands of the County where each of the factions stands. today: at a meeting in this city of,the: I'eonae Aega

importance that will arise during the Commissioners. They have the presidents of the Xat1o Association Atlanta Ga.. April t--:

present session of the Legislature. I IVIII be Interests of the county -at heart and The' Atlanta 'Constitution says: of Cotton :Manufacturers the South.j jI the cases of Stewart CoUJfj

be mlneatly, fit to guide the proeedlngs they are the men who must finance The- Florida legislature is In I ern Cotton Association taeAxo. I
eessk rican M. F.
of the House in a broad and the affairs of the county. As we tin >n=-and Just when the fish were![I Cotton Manufacturers' Association .Cole. H L. %ell'e6j:

comprehensive, way. 'and will, n o derstand it,' the Grand Jury before biting at their best!" ,and i the American Farmers Union Robinson, and J. Vl: ]

C' doubt achieve good results and grin they recommended<<,JLhe, estabUshmenof ]I It vas announced that arrangements charged with' conspiracy m
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new honors this court looked into the.Pwter- Cotton OoniTereBce.+ I have been made for an extended peonage resulted ia a
tour
The Tribune wishes both thegeatiemen ee thoronghlY:find decided that a Crim- New Torki April 9.- -An- !rby special traim-through the eottonislnfe acquittal In the United: *S-j

Godspeed and the attainment tnai Court- of"Record would not onlafford tonal conference of. Internal- : districts,by U&'Bnropean Wet onn here today
cotton and
_of the high- political d esti fly : a speedy trial,to those accused manufacturers. and dealers growers J' American'deJIep.testo the -cosfet= against the efendut."ertnect1on..U *
of crime, but that will beat enea twenty-a",
1'ffltseT' the estabUshmen "eW Atiaataw.Ca. on October- IasitaUvne syn bee extended '
8 immigrants
to domestic and foreign iswgQ ; yib' toGa. J
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OF INTEREST BRIEFLY 4 : Buy It Today : ., Shadow, Shirt. 'WaistEMBROIDERY

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I -READERS r- 4T4: ElBROmEK'rrfJl.OUOW') OUTFIT>.


BEY COME AND THEY GOL Complete' IC"ARDSONSt Centerpiece: t Price-$1.00. a V" -


L ,LIT Oak and Suwannee OUTFIT .

:<,* tT OathwU by the-Demo- 'consisting of iha following: i/ & rOutfit Contains:
1-12 inch Pore Linen Center
t? rml Itrporter.lif
- piece, / \ i Shadow Shirt Waist on A rood
1-Skein Richardson's"St7k. of Lawn
quality.
Bailey
iw wan t to sellJ. M. 1-Diagram Lesson.1Color ,
r gi licensed auetioneerJ He.sells. Study' Plate. 10 Skeins Richardson's Shadow

Our Price 'Today, JO .. Cents ( Embroidery Twist ,
of Peacock
pyre Mary Cannon sixbeautiful 1 Book "How to Make a Shirt
this choice of t designs.
for
s.. here OB business morDing.- your i Waist"
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: Hazy Barcufhas returned to Ter- cone IN' BEFORE EY ARE l f Illustrated Book on Fancywork, con*

k 1eU. : ALL SOLD OUT tainlng_ instructions for working -
I :
, Ii Get pair moles for sale cheap. 'Ap- l Get One Today at Our Art Deparimeat *
* Co.
Com.
Brokerage & .. .
L. O. .J ,
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pit. -. 3 : :
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EP if* rateh and wife of Emerson.

t* IIeri today :

r SEE THE4SHOW; WINDOWS .
parch Lanier of Ross g. was
'flfe '
'm this morning.
f I ,it?; .1

[_1Is L. L. Ramsey of Aiton.'is- a I : J ',.' ./vrTi THE.
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..wt tt the Ethel .tpd&1'-

t|Fog SALE-' A nice Chlp J*closet I :

si.ap. )(rL E. N. Lawlerf -LADIES EMPORIUM -

MMf J JDr.
Loots Paschal went to Luravjlle'

today to work at the carpenter trade. i i 11 i i Hit i n n 11 mi 111 m 111 n 111 i inmnmi ii M n in 11 n i i inn in i in in n n

r(..... A. L. Edwards of Marvin. j
ru la the dty yesterday. # (-, Penningtonr;;. Wellborn, who FOR ;SALE We expect to see, the Blackburn I i It has been suggested to the reporter ?
r'j. > ';been' In Georgia, returned home boys and several other young men of and we think the suggestiona .
.
WiL M. Morrison resigned his posi- }res erday. t high social standing with crepe on good one. that the council should ,

dee U night watchman yesterday. ---r-- their arms after Monday next.' We .,pass an ordinance'compelling property -
,J, ;S.: Bowen, of the Suwannee feel, for you boys ,but can't ;reach owners to clean up their premise
:Hal W. Adams, of Mayo waS here Springs lintel: was here yesterday en IMPROVED AND ,UNIMPROVED I I you. 1 '\ -' and the streets abutting the same.Let .

ab aontac. .-. route to- Jacksonville. : this matter be considered and

---KODOL Is_a /thorough-stomach red I acted upon by the 'councll.NOTICE. .
't J. T. Klati. of Dowling Park wasH C.. A. ,Harrell. wifeand- batty of Cit-yTRe-aLEstate I lief. It digests what you eat and

ttt eity last night patch Bend were In the city today, 1.gives.the'stomach rest and assists in .

guests of the Ethel. j i 1 ir restoring It to Its normal activity A directors' meeting of the Producers -

tery Methodist ahould, be at theIH&edict ) : rt j I and usefulness. ODOL la sold on a Warehouse Co., will meet at
7:30.- Brickwork has begun on the new I :
shard tonight at .- office
guaranteed relief plan by City :*>hari my' on Saturday the 20th, to
hotel, and white hattedbrick. layers IdllllxLlL.1viJ :
1 : I i macy. r dwf discuss matters. of business to the
C L J, L. Lee went to Fort White are very much In evidence.. /:< lit.71c1. 'icui ,' ,, 'I I ....; i,company. Z

ea fculaess this ,morning., .." .:' -. >IIJ'' _j i' I I CHAS. H. BROWN. PresidentLive .
: Mrs. W. R."Dorman went to Tal-
and .
Mr. Mrs. R. K. Taylor, of lrt
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'0.' ., j Oak, Fla.
LIST : ,I
llabassee| )today: to Join her husband .
1i8D tmunaWellborn aIJ.l.he Mayo, were here ,yesterday: route ': '-
', I I YOUR JJ who Is one of Suwannee's able representatives -
iM Oak yesterday..' to Jacksonville. ,.' ,
Mrs. Dorman has a
1f -,. PROPER 1
Lects Hobbs of Padlock,was here..Eder :Mrs. C. H.:.,Bro+svn spent the day at ,- .,,' *, clerkship on one of t ?tcommlit s.wbtch"sbe"wlU When you think
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.. WITH ,
r s r PO" -" '. J McAlpin,. visiting relatives' and .,, : ? fill until the adjournment '

...:: ..-1. ... friends .-- If" US.EflWARD8ALTY' of the. legislature about that fine

Skipper, of Jasper, Is spend'feif ---- '
f la the eit'y: -- .J. L. Kirby of Padlock, was in v -Ifse Kennedy's Laxative Cough Watch you

,- .... -- "-' the city today and ordered< Daily Syrup. Children like its pleasant

-,4C, IL Mangum la up from McAlpin sent .to his,. address. ;.. ", GO.i I taste.' Contains. DO opiates but drives need think
l the cold out through the bowels.

Mrs. Hunter daughter and grandchild ,(. "i Made'in conformity to Pare Food and of .

"C. '}i. Knight of Mayo, was' heremtr ,, of Pine Grove were in town .' Lewin, Building, Room 3. I(Drugs Law. Recommended and sold

ay ea route to Jacksonville. today shopping :' r II I kby b City Pharmacy. dw RABFORD'SWhere

Miss Minnie'P n1ti.and Miss'
Frisk Kelley of Fernandina, was W. B. Sadler returned from Mayo WIl-1 I There was a small wreck on tbe
lie Parrish of Hildreth were
4 Uc city yesterday. this.:morning and leaves this .e enlng'for j ''work '. L; O. P. & G. last night at Platt Station -
day to bare dental done, and '
Lake.City. .. were guests of the Brown House. 'I' a log train running into a you will find a
fTO RENT-Fnrnlsfced a ra unfur- special Xo one was hurt and the choice assortment of
'
|Wte4 rooms, address "&* In care Kennedy's: Laxative Cough; Syrup : ; damage to rolling stock was slightA
: Strange to sa no one contributed
Bemocrat. S tf The pleasant cold remedy that expels misunderstanding orders ,is re- the very best
sixteen cents at the birthday party I
cold Its.action on the I xsr'ed the of wreck.
the through : to bo cause the
last n:ght What has become of our D
''i. P. Pellett, who formerly resided .bowels. Sold by:City:Pharmacy. dw "sweet sixteen" girls.? --20RYEARS Watfil1

j *t. but who Is now located inpMsrilte ';. : -. ,.J.;.. TODOL For Dyspepsia clears tLe, Uc3
is here lof a few days.- Dv<< u't'let tie ,business meeting, of s'omach and make tie breath as .
the Kpworth Jt League' slip Your mind Ladies, I have just opened a dressmaking sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold bj WATCH REPAIRED: ( : .
room in the Lewin bu din;,
McPherson
4 iera.4 of High Springs. Tonight' at the close of prayer-meet- and will be glad to serve you/Satis- druggists on a guarantee relief planIt
u here today on her home ing conforms to tie National
way faction guaranteed. 'Give m/X trial. strictly J. D. R A,DPORD,
yom TtllatasseeMr < ''MRS KUJHT. Pure Food and Drugs Law.. Sold b>
--- -N\hen you need a pill take a pill, City Pharmacy. dw LIVE OINK. FLA.

and Mrs C. Griffin and littleftubetb. and be sure it's an Early Riser
R. H. Cox, of Jacksonville accom-
Newman. are spending the They are"sold .here by City ..Phar
; pained by his daughter Mrs. Rhodes At,,the social "Birthday Party"at
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rat the Park. : macy. d".. arrivea Mrs Blackburn's last night, a certain
here this I ,
t .. of; Dowling Park :
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-\ Mrs Rhodes has been gentleman put In one dollar
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morning
Read our greatest magazine and Miss. Ethel Corbett. of Wellborn: visiting her mother at Lake City which, according to rules would In- FloiMa B Book Qod N News CO.

*$paper clubbing ever'!offered by and Mr. and Mrs. Conner Bryspn., of .t --- 1 I,4icate that he was one hundred r ,..

iU paper. this city were registered at the Ethel. Sid Conner W D..Frederick. Dave :I years old. He is a widower, and was ,'. "
---=--- last nlghL' ': ** al} smiles, when in tbe of f,
Duncawaj, G. G. Mays, Stark Con- i company:
Another show window, has been *.- :t.: rerand Fred Hugger bad excellent those ladies not over twenty We
Wed to the Ladies' Emporium and Keep on smiling : and read our I luck fishing at Peacock Lake yesterday hardly know what ought ,to be done '

t:I1 a "thing of beaufy.M .-. greatest magazine and newspaper catching all they could.eat and with these centenarians who imagine Stationery
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offered by ., ,
clubbing ever tbls4pjiperParticulars bringing some home* themselves young when associatedwith
**- A. B. Slaughter went 'tovjlfc. elsewhere in this Issae.. youth and beauty. I

Ga., yesterday\>n tf'VIsit J. T. Wolfe th eSeaboard's agentat --
o relatives. .and friends. Misses Blanch and Ruth; McLeran' Houston, who is i badly crippled Those who contemplate sendingout
...; of Wellborn's'pretty. girls were In:
---- J. two with rheumatism, and walks on I circulars for the spring trade "s, -
(". ,A. L. McLeod, of Marvin tere yesterday visiting friends and "t-
.
crutches last nights' fell and was should call or write Geo. But- :
r II bete yesterday. .hew:: i shopping. upon .
on home Live .
badly hurl and was brought to '
m1m Mayo ler, at the Democrat office in Live
Oak for medical treatment. Oak. He has a printed list of 25- \i
--; $%50 wagon seats! M. Pastes
white citizens of from ,
.!.Ita. 000 Florida
Katie
Snraskl to Jack- the Auction new.tiJ. for
went Bailey's Rivers Love colored, charged with
rtUa 38 counties and 450 postofflces most
this .
morning on' a visit to 11.50. Other things the embezlement of a watch and
?ink. of whom are farmers fruit and vegetable -
Be quick. tf arraigned In Justice Leslie's
ring was
I growers. The price Is only $3 School Books I
court yesterday and a jury empanelel -
: the church last
.W you want Let all who joined for tbe entire list postpaid *
draping done or a discovered that the
when it was
rank Sunday be at the service tonight at
Tarried to the o> ot. right witness Albert James
sicZ the Methodist church and so make a prosecuting .
Phone 1 U. W.A. Boatright The council last night .passed an -
to be found. The
was absent, and not
good start In the new way. ordinance that virtually prohibits the
Ma court ordered verdict of not guilty !1 and'I'
d
Peeples M. L. BurnetttKht running of cattle on the streets although -
Dunnellon, and a warrant for contempt ,has been
H. L. Hough of was I i
101 I
fish In the river yester- certain boundaries are prescribed -
here business and says Issued for Jones. :
'T.n, today on
It was a windy and cold The ordinance goes into
Dunnellon Is the only town' on the '
4 I effect sixty days from date. After a
'73x.map REWARD ;
J. $ ,0. ; Musical -* .
.. tr fair trial',, we are positive' our-, people -
J peCially jecomended for Pile*;. There was wreck at. Houston On I I For the arrest with proof to convict will be convlnced'of_ the justnessof

y ,Wtttt, CarboHze4 Witch the Seaboard. last,night,!,tat.no one i any person or persons counterfeiting this, lala, :Cattle'raisers} can, findpleat

v, Sol* by City, 1Phar- was hurt, and .the passenger train 1 Barclay's Kamfo-Phenoi.: of. rodm ,In. .the' county-: I Instruments
t a dw was delayed but a short time. lf-12f B RCLAy'1& GROOVER. graze "stOck.

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FLORIDA RAILWAY EUPORTASX ,BILLS L v O k': M'f ,fYi:. -:

: acu u.uL .. Introduced .By Hon. W. R. ,Dornuuw
;- CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A.. L. RT. ANB Ai C. 1. BT, AT LIVE 0 AYE. of Thi County. ?..4. .,,,*, ..'" _f i,

OWlf. etntTanL heft UI.D VPa The following are among the relent ;- ,, ; 'Manufacturers of
trans < Hon. W R. ..
bills Introduced by *
i Nw I. NYC Ltica4l F Dorman.-'In the House of which one -. ,

gyp:v send STATIONS& .. pand.a Is of a local nature and the other. "is Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric
Except
lizeept Elprass. ,
xpr of general Interest;
'. s-dQ.
'I day. '
1&111. ._.' ....---- "An Act granting a pension to Mr. Power and TurpentineElectric i

Nancy Hurst, of Suwannee county, ;, :
., Lv u. ok _.:......... ..--.Az. 10" .-m 540J It'It
7 10'A m I. p. Florida.
Lights.in any part of the city um1ahed fer
foam aa4p_ 1'v Porter vw30am b20p m "Whereas- Mrs. Nancy Hurst of

LY ahr......__-1.,. IV am' 80 P. Suwannee County, Florida. Is.the or Business Houses at a rery reasonable rate. Ekdrie
a 05 a m I 14, P" sto3. J'
1... r.. t Y. wldqw of Thomas T. Hurst a ConfedI day and night current-for manufacturing pu 'pow -
a II a ID a 66 p ID "' .z: 10 a m 445p m I
'. erate soldier deceased who was at Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders
hart
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1-i a.. .08 p m Lv g"rss 10 11. m 40.
the time of his death'November llth, "
wr--. .- _.__.WiImarth.__. .-.- ...... .L.. to w a 'ZO turn; and all orders promptly filled. "
d 40i KI 4 l' P" It. 190%. drawing a pension under the ,
ibo L.,. W 1lmarth.--_- .--Ar..1f
s,3Ar general pension laws of the State of We will ,give good prices on low .
.... ... you grin
_.......-- -- L+ 71.--_ <
.ao.m.m Lv -Lora vv111--- Florida. and"Whereas flooring. Game and get our prices.

f 60 AP..... __.___._WilmaKh.............. ,' Mrs. Nancy Hurst, 'wife .
s m
of Thomas T. Hurst deceased Is a y--.- -
io 00 a m 4 za pm L. W1lmartL"i"i'i a m 4 U It ID ,-. .,.

101. a. U p. 1., __.--Su--URi.0.& ,.._...... Lv. U a.m, 4 UIII poor-widow sixty ;years of age and You Will Never lie Sorry. Mow to a.4
"Whereas. Mrs. .Nancy Hurst was For dotng'lour level best. Most victims of -
... ,.... ......Norwood- '
10 m 4 s,0 .. Lv. ----- v '5. m a Sz those who ,
a pT
2Q III ar. k
1.1 married to Thomas T. Hurst. > on .For being kind.to the poor. fctw% -
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4 10 Ar. .II as .11I I U Orlno Laxative
ao 18 a pili p. November. 29, 1885, only lacking a For hearing before judging.For TrtH
m' Jim
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10 40 a s i. u few months of coming under the general thinking before speaking chronic coBtUptttet *y _
....._._.... Ly.io -
'0 65 6CJ a a m.1 Lv.-Az ...... -.-...Alcoa.-I .......-...........-,_-,---..r.II pension, laws' of the State of For standing by your principles. the liver and ...... 44

05 a ..I Ar.. .....__...M_- ..lIa70-__. .. :. ... u_...... Florida; Therefore For stopping your ears to gossip. natural action of th ........
.-= ;; Lv.-..... ----- -v. 1:1.'L. a-m r.-a 40 p "Be it enacted Tby the Legislatureof For being generous to an enemy. Laxative Frill Sm ...... .
11 10 sas
i 0:1: _.P.dra. p. tbe State Florida_ :. For being courteous to all. eat. O ripe sad b ....
u DO' p., 1.' lSOam aiSp m "Section 1. That the Pension For asking pardon when In error. ant t k. a.,... -
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tllG a 4 6: p. .s.JtltnaA f U a m Ali It III Board of tbe State'of, Florida is here- For being honest In business deaU j City P a.v ::

U t6 a 1ft t 10 P" L.,........-..-..._,,,,.,,, ,A.k.d 2.5 --1.,. .06. m I 45 pi ?, by, authorized'and directed to place ings.For I I -

ub4 a m 6 17pm1'v Char s r.... .- .. -....L. 9 00. m I S5 pm'; tbe name of Mrs. Nancy Hurst, of -giving an unfortunate persona roLmJf: : -
L. -tr.v Suwannee County. Florida on the lift. I I
E 11 fI6 a ID $ n,P m Jti.- .53. III 120.m I I II >
L.___Fen6oilowy-_....Lv. 4m 110 pension roll of the State of Florida For promptness In keeping your |tat.Dstlaf'l
;z3 6 a m 115 P" It

11 U a m i., P m Lv. -s.rk.-_......_Lv $38a III 1.P". at\0ilch the may regular hereafter rate now be provided provided bylaw or I, promises.For.putting the' best meaning on I I A LIQUID COLI

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1% N m b 50.p m Ar -- P8I'17 eo-L! .30. m 110.m for' widows 'of deceased Confederate the acts of others.-Sunday School -AMD_. -

> soldiers as pensioners under Advocate. ,

( F1ac Station, (r) Register (l) Regular Stop (a)' the'laws .of the'SUite' of Florida. I LAXATIVE CQmA

Aceacy Station T. P. AUTON.' Superintendent.er 'Section 2. That this .Act shall S Why :

a- er Airent take effect upon Its passage and ap- have a tortid liver when Herblne tte 1 i

proval by the Governor." only liver reguator will help you? j --1

There is no reason why you should::1 i TIlE

TO THE "AN ACT to provide the Indigent suffer "Trom Dyspepsia, Constipation

Children of this State in attendance Chills and Fever -or any liver com-: j NEW

on the Pjubiic Schools of said State, plalntsr when Herbi&e will cure you. I ilt'-

'JAMESTOWNExposition with Text book's, free of charge; toprovide F. C. Waite, Westville Fla.. writes:

that said. books shall. be- the. "I was sick for a month with chills l '
a property of County r. Board of Public an'd fever and after taking two bot

Instruction making such purchase tles of Herblne am well and heal !'f. Sad t7wn S1a.a. ttts

and to'provide for their preservationand thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Com

-* < to fix a penalty for the violation pany. dwTurpentine. CI4 ordUOM
C. of this Act, and for other
purposes. I I .
YM. MM sad tiWMl I
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>IM 1 "Be It enacted by the Legislatureof ., .1 the fyttMB larf h fir Kvwi
the State of Florida: Mothswill leave It if it is sprinkled Par th want ef mtUtir*fek
via the "Setlon 1. That it shall be; the about *ryaB4&raNearly ft9Ml i
I : an. comtt>*tt f,**Mctety Man
I duty of the respective County Boardsof Turpentine and soap will remove Opiate KMMdy's Lantfa

Public 'Instruction of the several Ink stains from linen. Tar turn UM tow*!* ssstala.r

z-r AtianticCoastLinePeople counties of thisState, to provide the Clean gilt frames with a sponge
KENNEDY11LAXATIV
E necessary'text books" free of chargeto moistened In turpentine.
each pupil :in 'actual attendanceon It will exterminate roaches if

the public schools of this state upon sprinkled In their haunts. !
: all over Florida, se the Atlantic Coast Lire purple the ertlfte te of. a teacher in the A few drops on a woolen cloth will roOTaOUM

r Foldsr" school upon which said pupil is in clean tan shoes nicely.A .
for schedules to th: Jamestown Exposiiori. Twp HONEY" Tiof
attendance that ln the opinion of few drops added to the water in

daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping her?aid teacher and'and to the best of'his or them.which clothes are boiled will whiten RaWra C.Ib H w a[
knowledge
belief
i the parents the system thrift a..
cars. of said pupil or the guardian of An equal mixture of turpentinean4

same are unable to furnish pupil linseed oil will remove white V* FUlUvm t:.gas h
Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson with "the necessary "text books provided marks from furniture caused by wa straagiksMng the B.C*.S i iCM

sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. that the Couty Board of ter. thro.t.cb .!sags ftA4

Public Instruction endorses said ap Ivory knife handles that have become Casa Crtcp. WkeorUf&*&,&
Coach
excursions low
at very rates. lIcation. s BrwKattU, aU d
yellow can be restored to their -
Colds, Lair a4 Vrwcatil
For further information see your nearest railroad agentor "Sec. 2. That the said text books fomer whiteness by rubbing with tur nt..dy U sisal U Lse>{..tY1Eouy -

write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic "o furnished shall be paid for by the pentine. sad Ts. Ot1dna 1{ t lit

county boards of public instructionout Carpets can be cleaned and colors Put w w ss..aso....50.50 t+uarsss + +
Coast Line Jacksonville Fla. .
of restored w os..oalt
any county funds In their by going over occasionally

bands avallabl :for school purposes. I with a broom dipped in warm water Qty

"Sec. 3. That said books so paidior in which a little turpentine is added.
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4 r : Live Oak, Perry & Gulf tion the snail making county De and such'board remain purchase.'of public the propertyof Instruc- This May-Interest You -rdlf yrHONEYAfmT'


Railroad Company. "Sec. 4. That it shall be unlawful No one is immune from Kidney

c for any county board of public instruction trouble so just remember that

SCHEDULE EKr'BcmVE NOVEMBER 1>>00r to allow any text books so Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the Ir-

paid for to be used by any pupil, until regularies and cure any case of kid
f -' '.-- I i I said books are plainly labeled or ney and bladder trouble that Is not

'' vaD aDd Caws P aaaenQe r fFrt.and Pars STAfltl'\lS. I Mail and Pans Frt.and Pa..aPaasen I er marked "Property of the County beyond the reach of medicine. City I I ,

Nut Ne. S I I Board of Public Instruction." Pharmacy. i
i No.3
Nw z. .. dw
Da i 1. jSonlay OnlylDaily a.....Cnn I_Daily nail N..,4._ u" Sun.N Onl 6 ) I "Sec. .5. That each The original
county boardof
A.. M. P. N. + i:at. .
k Lr... f (.cave. (.av. Amy P. M.. I An-i.A. N. A. lot [ public Instruction granting free A Remarkable Editorial.
I Arrive
e'.y z M :Y .' ..t.ive oak. .._ I 4-1'1' text In Its
I e.5k 9.42 books for the issue of LAXATIVEcough
March
< 11 Lt 2 :4 I.o.-Ir., Sank 4 aoJ nse of any pupil 6, the Wall .
a t 15 I t13: a 00 ..._h.. I I Saes I. under this Street
Journal
.. jl2 t 17 I 307 __-- Mercer-.rr. .._ l a fU I 9.2: I 1.4 act shall keep a list of all which Is evidently the
- -: ;21 s l ''', Lt.--I( IIII! 4 I '1.13.11 I I a 9.17.?!1 'fe books so furnishes and said most conscientious financial publica For cough. eo!
3 _7...,h..S" 13L.23.5A'V.-JAr a.Jf.-:Ar.hr,1A20>> H aJooor\J.. 1'......, <<." ", .,. ...:... hooks shall be by said pupil or his II' tion Jn Wall street nrlr.tefl : threo- t O troubles.. <'No opUtr.
Af- 'O I -_..yet parent or gv <4&l>*returned to trot editorial. It was one of the best t'Th.
l : sz ::::= : :::== : Bell tbe several editorials genuine
=: i county boards ever
g : cf printed In
37 ... slsYO Junction ; .u ::::::: instruction public newspaper. an American FOLCVS! HON! E'. ....T
12 of
this
f t 10 ...-......- L Ar.: : 40 ..Day.-- E:;i La to.UI .___.. State when said played It ought to be dis Y.Ibwpsekagt.ltra.a
nupil sball In
ant have finished with said every Wall street
44 ._ail.
i 9 10 = '::= : 52 r.Sin'k U :!! AI'7.-i 7tr books. room and not only In Wall counting Pro rd only kf
: .. I == street but Pol y A Company
t tlft ".--.Y..._..M_. 3 2'l Jo'.nbollu.. i I' :1 n .10; _-_ .._._ "Sec. 6. That it shall be unlawful throughout the world. With all Its

f :0: === Ar 540 -. -Prrr! ..1 IAr ri : CI for any person to wantonly or unnec- simplicity It is a remarkable editorial City PharmacyC.

L tr. lU 2b ......_.__ ...._. __ Han.aten sp'. L..2 Op ......__0 =_.=_' ecsarily abuse said books. remarkable alike for its brevity ,
..... and
"Sec. That Its truth.
all laws and parts Here it is: roltl i1i.
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J.YG and- ALTON of laws in conflict with the provisions "Tbe Human and the Divine:- l.7a. K c ....,

;r' W&T 1OUND- EAST B NI). "f-'this act be, and the same are here The mere human in us working alone --- --
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4y '>J' repealed. barely earns \V. \VI LSOti.,
,Il..t ...._ j I expenses; it is the di
PaR+ealre sari +, a..d"F' ,, vine '
> and Pa. p "Sec. 8. in
syre. That this us that
yields
act
shall
take dividends."_
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1o.\ 5. ; Na ; :-0..
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t Snaday OnI7ila.ilr.! !!-Sum 1"1"j,Da7y ec.Sun It ai y.x,0.I Sun Sunda.. as 6.Only. '1f?ct- upon its passage. and approvel St. Augustine Meteor. T A I LO !
A. M. 1 y. A. It by the. Governor.
Peav lA.ava t &60' ,u ; 8.13; .3.u sro Bitten by a.Spider. p Tailoring don at Rlbeast4 **
.03 1.10 4.-10 M"J'. J"nctaon' 1.511 3.20 IUS
r: 4.234.L5 "..t S1 4t3 I "'e.rsott tlarkl "j 1.47 f Sol" I 1I.5 An Insidious Danger I Through blood poisoning caused ant.. store. Prompt K>7 ,

A 4.37 1 a 1 : I a 53u I ?Mayo I. T- a t: s.0? One of tbe !' by a spider bite John Washington fleet =tlarar:.e.d
.r 4..43 j.\r+ 10'1' AI' 51O Alton Lv 1.QO. L. 2.3S JLY. LOG worst features of kld- of Bosqueville Tex.
i- P. N. A. M. '. ItS:_ A. J.L P. M. H.f nay trouble is that it is an insidious Ms leg. would have lost
which
Retalar atop". Cowwettnn ntn..tr at /.,.rAs ti Pa +t r_all trains' Ie anoI from U..e Oaand Perry disease and before the victim realizes became a mass of .
f Ferialorwaa I>A..leeunooctlOn..ito.Uw.'h_ bunP vr can an .;.nest Yameagar'Agent tis running sores, had he not been .
; t.beoe 1(7. Dcwting Bu.ldlna. Li..Oak danger be may have a fatal mala- ;uaded to t ry pe r- t DR. CHAS. f. TAUVETERIN.AJl.
"-- 'HO"Av mWUN Pcee.d,+c It P HOPKI (S. Gew rat ,.'---nrAnat, : 1 -. Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the j alfe. He writes Bncklen's Arnica :
Crs: sign of trouble as it ; "Tbe first applffcation :f
-- -- -- -- -- corrects Irregularities -' ]

ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRATs ds-a! and and diabetes.prevepts City Brigh.t'8 healed' all relieved tle sores.and" Heals four boxes every : Sal'leita :
Pharmacy
sore. .2Sc at Barclay A JOUr J'& rttattr
Groove : at-r.--'y
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STATE HAPPENINGS. next Celebration oMhe Miami fire de- Brother>B4itor_ I wish you coefC.

: .. -: .;.: ." ; 'partment's new brass band, which', hare; seen'the dinner those good

THER :' t. S",:s Note: From Maurof,the Cities it. Is promised. "Is 'to lie among the ladies of New.Harmony'neighborhood _

r and Towns In Florida best In the State. Incidentally- St. had prepared; Jt was Just deQdoos

Augustine might do something In this and there were enough on tbe

DUTY The Tampa' Bay Hotel closed its. line with pleasure and profit to all grounds to hare fed a Georgia: camp1

: doors for the'. .season last 'Friday.A classes. of citizens.-St. Augustine meeting. The farmers of New Harmony -

w t.tJzJIJltr"to k..p htm '" ---: Record. section have splendid farms,
sad atroaa. se i 1r free mail delivery 'service will
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,f.r.u of land the living athome
jti plenty many are
b.ck..ch.r...o t.l .rd.r Ba.-= be inaugurated in DeLand beginningMar St. Johns County feels highly hon and.am very glad to stat 'to

oaI'
tam IA &lie'kldDen'r ? 1stThree ored because of the appointment of you that the majority of them belong _
aDd
lICantT
: .o0r 0010.:17 arlDe ne are t '4da'a negroes Representative W. A. MacWilliams to the union and those thatdoesn't.
!t y
=. .oJlddDe7'dls aa.. sentenced to as chariman of the Judiciary committee : belong to it are' coming in
.s w.n by takaCi w1 4\\ death at.Milton last Friday by JudgeJ. '
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: r w of the House for the 1907 session I Their eyes are being open and they
it'C "IUQUam : Emmet Wolfe. "
of the State Legislature. one Is are waking up from their slumber
KWCU, :
.uD
,
better fitted to perform the Impor- and why should we not wake up?
The Miami Fire department is to
and rs1Sab1. .
s _.afe tt do..n't do what -- tant duties connected with this position :I wish every farmer In the State
e1lJW. R have a brass band, and the promise is
'wa .T. aol TOO m eoeTStep than the honorable ,gentleman would think seriously over this ques
tea, UU t.rrtbl.Ola- *T 701t made that it will be,one of the finest
...... rut 7'oun.lI 011 the. .. the' named by Speaker: Matthews.-St. tion. They tell me that all other
in Stat .
'..paltla t -day b7 buy.su
"*. oWe>> .t TOur drug800 Augustine Record. classes are organized except the
.ad'I.bottl. '"O """ .A
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farmers. and we are entitled to aa
The Board of County Commissioners
Major Healy; and Pat Murphy were organization. Yes; sir as much so
of Volusla County,has called forbids
: OAK 'DRUG COMPANY. like Robinson'Crusoe and Man Friday :as any body else, let's have It and t
LIVE for the construction of a hard
on; the Island before the savages :have It now. Yours truly
surface road between DeLand and
came ,back-so, 'lon'elY.-- ntlcelloNews. Con Organizer.
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Daytona. I
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.- 'receipts I Noticeto, Voters.In .
NOTICE The at the .Lakeland post- '
The Alabama State Legislature
office for the year ending March 31st. two I. order to be qualified to vote In
passed a and a half cent passen-
1907. were $7.485,08.! For the pre- the special election. May 2nd. your
ger rate bill recently in that state.
To Contractors and rospective Builders: ceding year the figures were $6.504-. However the ,roads appealed at once poll taxes must be paid on or before

10. showing a gain,.for last year of Saturday. April 13th. Under the _
to. the United States court and .secured -
BRICK & SUPPLY CO.vifljwrhhh 98099. law taxes must be paid
: THE LIVE: Of a temporary injunction of the poll on or
before the second Saturday In the
rates. That Is the way it goes.
United States Deputy.Marshal William month next preceedIng the election.
Lime Cement I'
BuildingsandPlaster Prominent railroad lawyers
your secure
you ,
"
Ray. of Pensacola who was assaulted _:....-
places on the United States courts
Laths and all kinds of Brick.
Friday morning, just before DEATH OF HON. R. J. NEWLAN.
and these grant injunctions to the
White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for daylight while u unharnessing his .
OUR SPECIALY: prices.The railroads applying for them on almost -
horse in drive shed, is not expectedto State Senate Adopt Resolutions In
t any old flimsy excuse. We will
recover. Ray was,hit on the head Open Session Today.

'' Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. twice with a blunt, instrument his never get this thing in good shape
I II skull being partially crushed. It is until we have these judges electedby Tallahassee April 10.-The following -

the people with short terms of resolution were presented In open
though robbery was the motive as a
I I rr JI 11'1' ''I""I I I I II '1111'1' II II office. There is nothing that will session In the Senate today and
large amount of which the officer
money make a public official give attentionto unanimously adopted:
had in his possession is missing. .
the Interest of the general publicso "Whereas It has seemed good to

----- much as when he knows that that the Almighty Disposer of Events to
oak Bro e & CommissionCo. Miss Mattie M. Brown,aged seventeen will
e raga a bright and beautiful Lakeland same public soon have an opportunity remove from our midst our worthy
to put him out if he doesnot rnd esteemed fellow member. Sen-

girl died Thursday night under peculiar serve them fairly. Congressman La- ator J. R. Newlan. of the seventeenth
circumstances* S he in
: was mar has introduced a hill in congress district, and

Flour good health up to the Saturday priorto along this line and it certainly oughtto "Whereas, the Intimate relations
Cigars her death when she ofa
complained become Madison with the
a law.- Recorder.Don't held by the deceased mem-
small pimple on her neck. The soreness -
bers of this body render It
StedUe# Comet Oblisk Anita Fernindei increased the:pimple proper
as enlargedand Put o* that we should place upon record our
when, aid was summonedit
medical for tomorrow what you can do to- appreciation of services as a citizen

was seen the young lady was suffering day. If you put'off buying a bottleof and as a member of this body; there-

ben you eat good br such as these brands from blood pi poisoning., The Ballard's Snow liniment, when fore be It

poison spread throughout her.system that pain comes you won't have any. "Resolved That we deplore the

bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL bringing death as 'a "happy release buy a bottle today. A positive cure loss of Senator Newlan. with deep

to from intense suffering.., The pimpleis for Rheumatism. Burns Cuts. feelings of regret softened only by

snake,; Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this though to have developed from the Sprains Contracted Muscles etc., T the confident hope that his spirit Is

bite of a spider or some other insect.. S. Graham. Prairie Grove Ark., with those who have fought the good'

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firand.. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new -: has writes: "I wish to thank yon for fight and are now resting* in a better
Mr. W. C. Coleman been '
I ,. the good results I received f from world;
.... troubled for six-
many
by ,
moons a
an; Snow Liniment. It positively curedme Resolved further that we tenderto

foot alligator which ,livid In. pie pond of Rheumatism after others had his afflicted relatives our sincere

near Fifth street and, Fith avenue felled. Sold by Suwannee Drug condolence and our earnest sympathy

Coffee North, and where Mr. Coleman lives Company. dw in their affliction from the loss of one
Slewing Gum and which 'gator had a decided taste
who was a good citizen, an uprightman
f I for chickens and Iad of
disposed a
<<
:; Things started right off when as and an able member of the
Taffy Tola Globe, Imperial large number from Mr... Coleman's soonjis the senate was organized the Senate;

flock. So tired of such
Wednesday,hid great and only Broome of Gadsden. "Resolved further that the desk

foolishness and began a determinedhunt stepped into the arena, shied his cas- made vacant by his death be drapedin

live for his 'gatorahlp': with- there- tor in the ring (what the deuce does the black for thirty days or unity

Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. troublesome sult that be saurian was soon was Captured!* sold' to* The Mr. that mean?) and began to electrifyan it is occupied by his successor

enchanted audience -of senators, "Resolved further; that an engrossed
who is having it
Paul Hornlein.
ladies and other folks with a few copy of the foregoing resolutions
mounted Mr. A. L. Thayer, Jr.-
JIAYOU'S PROCLAMATION.Notice by : priceless pearls of his unlimited store signed by the President of this body

IIi Your Laundry WorkE is ,hereby given that at the St. Petersburg Times. of eloquence.' -touching light on the and certified by the Secretary, be

"dark of reconstruction" and ol
of theCitY' days transmitted to the relations the deceased -
General Election
next City
Commissioners of Orange
The
County sounding spiritedly the "tocsin of signed by Senaor Clark mad
of Live Oak. Suwannee County
authorized the
have
con
County war." When Broome shakes his Crane and Hudson members of the
Florida, to be held on the first Tuesday
of
struction Qf a quarter of a mile anew
leonine mane and gets his right com- committee.Mr. '
I in May. A. D. 1907. at the
kind of roadway, the suggestion bination of face-gestures and chest
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Council Chamber and in manner and of Commissioner H. H. Dlckson, of
t look out for to bubble .
tones. something S. L. Bowen. of Wayne W.

I form as prescribed by law the following Orlando. The proposed road or track from the original bung of oratory Ca, writes: "I was a sufferer from
municipal officers of said blocks 12xl2x
will consist of cement It's going to bubble-or bust. What Kidney disease so that at times I
City are to be voted for and elect surface beveled
24 inches with a grooved
; would we do without Jim Broome could not get out of bed. and whenI
to-wlt: A Mayor a Clerk. Treasurerand
of blocks
toward the edges the
He's a sure enough old-time southern did. I could not stand straight. I

Assessor filled by same person; the groove being wide enough to ac- gentleman and we all love him.-* took Foley's Kidney Cure., One dol-
Tax Collector; a Marshal and wheels of automobile
a. commodate the an
Monticello News. lar bottle and part of the second
filled by same per- laid end :'1
Sanitary Inspector and the blocks to be "
cured
me entirely. Foley's KidneyCure
son; and an Alderman from ,Ward to end on a prepared surface. The Good Judgementis works wonders where others .ii 1

-e No. 1 Alderman from Ward No. with mortice ends
; an blocks will be made are total failures. City Pharmacy -

2; an Alderman from Ward No.3; and interlock, so that they will be the essential characteristic of m *nand dw* j

E an Alderman from Ward No.4; olid and immovable No close estima'e Invaluable
good
woman. to.
e feel
[ sure we can give you the an Alderman from Ward No. 5; an baa been made of the cost of business men and necessary to house- AUGUSTA: GA.

eatest satisfaction. There is anled Alderman from the City at Large; sucv aroad, but with convict labor
shows
wives. A woman good Judge-
stiffness and a glorious gloss also one Bond Trustee to fill ex- Mr Dickson Is of the opinion that it ment when she buys White's Cream Dally through Pullman buffet
ot '$oa our work that enhances the Alderman sleeping car leaves Jacksonville. Fla.,
pired term of C. A. Hardee. will not exceed $1,000 to $2,000 per Vermifuge for her baby. The best
wrtnee<< and lengthens the life of at 8:05 p. m.. via Atlantic Coast I
from Wards Nos. 3 and 4. to mile. The groove and general con- worm medicine ever offered to mothers. -
If OiBen. Line and arrives Augusta the next
Bring your Shirts. Col- fill unexpired term, caused by removal struction is such that vehicles can Many indeed are the sensible
in. morning at 7:40 a. m. For Pullman
,
Handkerchiefs White and
from Wards and resignationof readily turn out and as the blocks mothers who write expressing their
|*aey Vests Wash Ties. etc.. to'our' reservations see the Atlantic CoastLine -1
both sides, they
incumbents. will have a groove on gratitude for the good health of their
ndry, have agents or write to Frank C.
and
you will them
I Given under my band and seal can be turned over when one side is children, which they owe to the use-

Uy and earefuly done in a satis- the 21st, day of March A. D. 1907. worn, and the other side w Ml make a of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold Boylston. District Passenger Agent.

etory manner at a satisfactory M E. BROO E. track at little expense. If travel Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville.
... (Seal) new by Suwannee Drug Co. dw Florida. j'
Mayor City of Lire Oak should demand it, a double track can

Suwannee County Florida. be made, and even then the cost will The County Union at New Harmony. NOTICE.

Attest: not be more than one-fourth the cost
'ye Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE The County Union at New Har- The Board of County Commisslon-
S. P. MAYS Clerk of an all-cement road. '
I mony was one of the best held in the ?r: of Suwannee County, Florida will
139.BARBER. Live Oak. Florida.
Food and Drug Law. county. The meeting was called to meet at the Court House of said
The New Pure !
''TV SHOP. J. F. WEBB order prompty at 10 o'clock, and County on Thursday. April llth at

l to announce that after the names of the delegates were 11 a. m., for the purpose of appointing -
We pleased
[**,hue opened up a barber shop PAPER HANGER and DECORATOR Foley's are Honey and Tar for coughs, enrolled, many maters of interestto Clerks and Inspectors for the

Ohio avenue, in the White bnlld- Will be glad to furnish estimates, colds and lung troubles is not affected our organization was taken up. election to be held May 2nd. 1907.

and solicit the patronage of the on work and will guarantee satisfaction by the National Pure Food and ably discussed and passed upon by By order of the Chairman.J. .

People. Shop is newly fitted at best prices. Reference: S. Drug law as it contains no opiates or I the body. The ladies were present W BRYSON. Clerk.
; and: everything at our meeting. and am glad to state This April 9tb, 1907.
kept neat and \. Hinely. Live Oak. Call at Demo other harmful drugs and we recommend ,
several belong to the union. Why
that
children
'" crat office.Miss it as a safe remedy for
dw. should tbey not belong to it all over Sheriff Rickerson and family and
: Fay Stewart of Jasper, .was, and adults. City Pharmacy
i iWn: & Griftln.1I0000AlmTAR. the county! It is encouraging to have K. M Morrison went to Steinhatchie
l-ere yesterday visiting her aunt., ,
de Leon Celebration the ladies In our union. They make .Springs this morning where they will
Mrs. Wasdin. Miss is a frequent The Ponce
.
Fob Committee should get In the field useful members; some of the best camp and enjoy bunting and fishing
visitor to Live Oak and has many '
the services for the writers we have are ladles. for a week.
;t,Z4iyal aef. ae... ..oolatea admiring friends' here. early and secure



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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT_ WED DAZ AFBH* 10,. MJ.

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Birthday Social.The Brain_.Storm-Cold, water, ,lemonade la and let me He 70L- ?lies sEa Tire
The Jail was visited by the Democrat "' Extra
"i!e--r 1tiiP1 ft i (
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started n
reporter this morning. There spacious home of Mr. H A. oatmeal gruel., corn bread and oa
r filled to overflowing citron. and the next day found him bNded
Blarkbarn was
of
are whom now are nineteen.white'nxen,, tomates and two, two negroes. last i liignt with..he 1W'guests,'who GamblBg ::i?arifood4f.gria.ted nut- for, the-pountiyV:, Kttte morVtaas in Sprier
; and chckenJ -a= month ,passed. JOneJlaiJh: pa!-
women. The jail Is fcepttclean and responded to the invitation \sue4LbXj ctet.'doughnuts apple,pie v
the:fades of the Presbyterian churchto : iehwanted'Into, the 405 l ,n3ee.f3e .. Stir
"well f led l.lr -
neat. the, prisoners are : dI "suq -.nf't /Vn- joole
cared for. And the' Institution it 'as I attend a blrthd.a3'.IGda.t.., such, !4; 1o1bleBeefst ak ; : <; lilw a- newman.. and the yr.- -
; i bid previously received neat lonki roastmattonand plum pudding.' doctoFtoldTifm S o. "It pan-to bare
well kept of the kind In the guest _
as any : ; -
change doesn't it?
State. little bag. In which he was expected FllrtlU.-Q$ ItS.k. r. a sometimes' was
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to deposit a sum of money equal to the .doctor** greeting *Te doctor, -

CoL Frank Drew and Civil, Engineer i the number of 'years spent pn this ELKS: sTATBcoxvEXTio3r.WOi . your advice-Certainly did the business at 15 $i
EWa'went to hfteSprings mundane sphere thus celebrating In -I[ weat to bed early and did all the ,
; be Held aitami Xcxt W eekr-- other things .yoaeld me to. ,But.
yesterday to, locate the crossing of a unique way his own birthdays. in. 20. J
the Florida Railway over the Suwan-I Strict accuracy in the number of East Coat,pfers Reduced Rale*. SaY. doctor that one cigar a day almost -

nee river survey ,approaches for the years was not demanded. so. that Miami.- April 10,=The ,, Miami :tilled me at first. I tell you that w e ale ottnlsg
road those "who never tell their ag e", ,its fl,-joke starting in to smoke ml convince '-,
bridge eta We believe the Lodge of B..P. p.,Elks?are arrangingfor ; every sans
will be completed to Fernandlna be- i could deposit pennies enough to.pass the coming state convention mr time of life. them that they am =

fore the first of January. themselves off as "sweet sixteen" or tils order which will: be held In Miami the greatest n.heS nt

if of a more generous turn could goo Monday ,and, Tuesday, April 15 Twenty Year Sentence, 1 popular prices

One of the biggest pieces of machinery the opposite extreme and give,the aid 16. At the last meeting of the Dalton Ga... April 9 Charles If Tot waat a saa --

ever seen In Lhre Oak on Impression by the amount of their: lodge,- the, mailer vras'taken: :. ,up andEgalted Smith.-a negro who attempted aa assault -:
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wheels was here yesterday. It was contributions that they were vicing } Rulex William M. ,Brown, on airs Pierce, a white adr.ntl .,

on Atlantic Coast Use railroad crane,' with Methusaleh as people of -age: appointed, the following.committee of North' Dalton. was found. guilty today

weighing 129.400 pounds and had tItd experience. ".'- arrangements:", Charles; H. Bradley and sentenced' '-to,.2 0 years' lavprisonment.

lifting power of 1.tq s., Many a'i The contributions,, however were John ,B. Belly Qeorge .R. Gompn.Glan .Smith maintained kit
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nes-ed It and some wanted to very liberal and when the bags were C. Frlss u. Oscar W. Maynard.' innocence, but' he was convicted on

It to lift a mortgage, from the farm i opened, they were found t -conta1A George A. McKlnnon. Allen 'T. Hill.' this positive ejjdence: of Mrs. Pierce

or a note from the bank but It the neat sum of 67.85 to be applied W- that he was her-,assailant.
Jay G. M. Brown.
Osborn.and. ,
tackle such don't. towards finishing the new church -. *
big things as This committee which Is "avenr
-.:.. building able one.'wHt'fcave entire charge I TALK'AXD WORK FOR LIVE OAK.I

Erie Hare. a 'negro was arrested I Tl:'eveaicg parsed pleasantly In of tbe arrangements the Under the Caption Talk and Work

c. ,by Deputy Sheri ,Bailey yesterday social converse,:enlivened by the: fol-' tainment, etc..'of the Elks; enter-I' for.Pensacola//* the News of that i '

L on a, capias from Taylor county. I lowing very excellent musical prO i lag other'lodges in the state. city;$contain ,the following- very pert I Ifuu' ;

Hare Is charged'with selling liquorIn I' gram: i At the same.meeting. the following:.I .. suggestions and advice for 1 1 I

a dry county. He'is pretty well Violin solo by Mrs. Thomason. !''members were elected 'delegates-to I building up a city, which we change j ,

fixed financially. Is a railroad buildIng Vocal solos, by the Misses Guerard the state convention William31.. In one 'or-two paragraphs and' here-
contractor but locks and -bars Miss me Porter.. Miss Ada Mae Rob- I with submit to Democrat readers I r I #
Brown. B. B. TatumT. V. Moore: A.
confront him now. He once before erson. and 'Miss Nell Humphreys. IJ. Kolbe' J:* "'A. Conrad. G. R.- for-their careful perusal and thought, j j j"The.
erred In the gang for assault with Instrumental duet by Prof. Steph I person who does not talk and 1 j
Gompb. John B. Rellly C. H. Brad-
Intent to murder. From appear egg and Mr Chas. Blackburn. support loyally-every interest In the I
ley. Jay' G. Osborne and George AMcKlnnon.
ances. Taylor county is getting In be* Piano solo by Miss Ada Mae Rob- .- 'The-'Florida East Coast city: In which 'he lives Is unworthy i.

bind blind tiger manipulators, and erson of citizenship: and should move Into I tt
railway tas made a rate of one fare }
Is in earnest In the effort to suppress The accompaniments on the piano for some locality where be can be of
plus Dfty cents the delegates attending
the traffic. wt-- w ere. played by Mrs. D: G. Bardin. the convention It is expected service to the community la which ti

few a t:1 Mrs. \eaie Alrth tbat"ther :will'be a large delegation he!. resides. '
A days ago "we noted that, W At tle of the
ending, program a from t>;'different lodges in the "Every city has Its drawbacks. But
L. Tedder and his associates had Jalntj; supper was served after state,who wllf receive a royal we- venture 'to say.- take it all In all,
Umber reception
F purchased all the owned byJ which, the guests dispersed, having ; from 'the. Elks-of this Live Oak has aster as any community
city and
; B. Barton and D. L. Byrd.. in this thoroughly enjoyed a most pleasantaveninfi. the" of' Its sire"anywhere-.and f*. "' > people at large "'j ,
county, and surmised that the deal ; I i
: ,or more ,advantages than, any city of !!i
meant another mill in the county. \\e noted :she of ,.' : :
presence representatives 1IARR1i1kHEARING- .. similar size In the country.
Since that timejother Umber has -of,all of our ehnrctes:besides -t"... ,, -.. .**r>ta vn* to bund nn a. fit_9 I* to I
'IJrf.cftdA --- -- ---- -- --
been purchased and it is rumored, -r
"those '
who without.
are build it -'
peat nd up.
Answer Cwatate
seemingly authoritatively that -a mingling together young'i, d old with ...
-'J. } j every-good
tat f uestkgda:. ...._ "Say thing you can .
large mill will be erected in the absence '
a charming of that formality"* ,. ,o.
southeast part of the city on the which so often robs; these ,gatherings .: '.,wahI1ic9nasAprt! .;. \rlt\ccording by others. :.r..w.w Gras

Florida RaIlway. This will mean a of their pleasure. i, 4S
great deal for Lire Oak. The Teddera Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn and their ,.(Cpmpi Fcgt xCpnunssion today.E. home Industries of"any and .......s.,.a..r.a..e,ee

are progressive men seemingly hare charming family left nOtn'lug undone .. iHarrJman! $$! !, be*mgdeto" appear ,9ikJ\ r.

almost unlimited capital at' theircommand to make their guests feel at home In: the :f>Ud. States 1 circuit "Dn't_ send. off for that which Salt lor basiat** or frtat

; and moreover they are and they were ably assisted by the court ,in., rte;f at? of New York, in you .can boy at home. look and at aa If made sty:

Interested in the upbuilding of' Lire ladles who served as committee of answer- to proceedings; to be Instituted ."Let your merchant live as. well then you sho )da> t
Oak and Suwannee
county. They :
arrangements: U>cSQJip Jif Api to .answer certain as the .merchant a thousand miles see thca. tare Afla
should receive/every encouragementfor Why Is It that we do not have more questions wh, h,,he., refused to. answer from here. the oot 4MICHAELSSTtH

: the location of this great Industry of such occasions In Live Oak The w.heQ J pwas on ,the stand at "Don't patronize every man who

In.WjeOak. presence of so many last night shows the recent hearing by the,commission; : comes to -town with a few samples )

'"\\*."A.Cheshire and wife of PineGrove. that our people enjoy mingling to- la few Tork.rmeroua conferences when you can get 'the same 'or bet -

drove In here today on a shopping gether in a social way.. and' the suc have been held on. the subject by the ter goods of your home merchant FINE CLO

expedition. They hitched theyhorse encourage l members of tie-,commission in .antiepatioi0f The Democrat ventures to say

to the Ohio this,, action which will tear
'trees on atenns without of successful contradiction Ton
will find Use *
north of the railroad crossing and We extend our personal thanes toe 1.Jte.brought.A scxjn,as Messrs Kelogg that In its columns today will sty MlJ
the finish and tbt fit of t>bee *
were preparing to return home about the ladies through whose efforts we i mad .6+ Teran<&t'c pecial counsel,, can be found advertisements from horn

two o'clock this afternoon. ,Mrs enjoyed, an evening. of unalloyed repare ,tte ,,ease- for ::.submission, to merchants for every conceivable necessity your size at every price, *
I Cheshire pleasure and we are sure flint, all La: court. you want thtm. DeUUs.
got into the buggy when I or choice that can be desired.
ter husband thought of something present will agree with us. I TIe carrot tefor which Mr. Harriman "Tbe merchants jsi
appeal to you to
else he wished to purchase and went The ladies who assisted- Mrs. appeared:
up town and she alighted. About Blackburn and her daughters In serving I part of February and it was In they know you. Why not, patronize WY

that time a train on the Coast Line the guests were Mrs. Hagan. Miss connection with certain; transactions them- 8; rtsg stllel

frightened the horse and he ran CJntpn and Miss Ida May Adams. !of tte Union Pacific that Mr. Harritrap. rlo-eIects--gray and

away, overturning the buggy partly A GUEST. on advice of counsel refused to ; FOR STATE SENATOR. ? worsteds, casaiaierca, ebel

demolishing the vehicle and cutting answer tbr questions pat to him. It Seventeenth Senatorial Dtotrict tweeds--constom-iaiior i

t loose on the- north side of the Audi TO REFORM HISBANDS. I eras brought out in the testimonytlat 'The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson fished equal to 139 to irde

b torium. For what we know the tte Union Pacific owned a large tereby announce his name as a candidate made salts, for your isle

} torse is still running. Mrs. Cheshire Certain Kinds of Food Are Suggestedto. I amount of Southern Pacific stock for State Senator and e&rn4Nt1ysoUclt lion at only

who was standing near the buggy Bring About Change i Mr. Harriman was asked whether the support of all good true

sustained a painful bruise on one of sny or if so:tow much of that stock Democrats at the special election to all
(Jacksonville
1 er hips but otherwise escaped injury Metropolis.) belonged to himself, when he bought be held in Suwannee county on At$18 tbi i
Following is a list of foods
which
Had she remained in the carriage ft. and what price te paid for it. but May 2nd. VOTERS. s
according to an expert may whencooked declined to'an'5wer. led cat
she mght bare been killed ie
\\hen the reporter approached her. for police court defendants by Another question which he refusedto tailored throughcu and
tl er wives, give them happy homes GRUB STREET INV NEW
Immediately after the accident, she \ answer and Upon.which the commission YORK. cellent worsteds. ihevloU

k was perfectly calm and left the Impression J.a.ln Laz1n: !Peppers, horeradish e : desires light was whether or' A. Ca tr.oMl. AulCBM. ... a... the and tweeds In beaaUfitl_
F with us that she is a brave to- not any of the directors of tie UnionP2elfie Fat .( as Spin newest color cffetts-
btcco chop suey,.rads1es.and
i little woman. tough were Interested the sale of A story U told of a poet who came the |3* to-measwr.

bee certain sFares'of,the New: York'Central to, the metropolis with a completed salts'het.R la nit s'IMs
NOTICE OF ELEcrIOX.To \ervoasneu-C1.1cken salad, hotlocolats. spic. This -
railroad at'the time they were found no acceptance." *o only .
,
the Sheriffof- Suwannee. County string -beam turnip andleeks :old to the Union Pacific. after cursing the trnpidlty of the pub
Sate of Florida .... -" lie and the
'. .. .' publisher be took to writ the finest !
Know yet That I. H. Clay Craw Wife Beating-Vegetables, nuts Ing "Sunday stuff..* goon the Biatter Af$20 of Malt

ford. Secretary of State of the Stateof and cereals, jelly cake and lad; Episcopal Ooagress. "., of fact attitude of the workers aroaad to aN

= Florida do hereby give noticethat .fingers < ._' '1 sew Orleans. April 9.-Tte annual him. with the :practical t'lew't, th* 1sf>lei sad

r a C'nlovlng.-Steak. chops i carrots, i eeting of,tte American. churcn! congress the market literary he acquired led blm tit dot'.t sulUngs of finest q.al

Special Election "spinach;'Lima bans and cakes... of the EplscopalcbnreJi' will done io the value, sentimental of the work be had and dom.st( wonted,

i will:be held in the county of Suwan- Cold Feet-Buckwheat cake; sau'sFge. -' ;bjegin here tomorrow f or'1i'four.days* ,ot his native, place. .tmos h rr Sos and cassimer--tien #

,rues .State of Florida on Thursdat ,"f r!ed potatoes and shad roe. se>sion! rorrn Episcopal, Clergy .' Frequently a commission to Write every dettU of $40 WImeUUre

tie second.day_of May A. D _1907. ', Cold Hatd3-Rlc, tapioca ebeeke. *. ;T>en _from; ale'arts' of tbe'cbuntry arrived i cplumn:of tumor a Reef flans to bi sty: d. sn' ts, E""' !

tte said Thursday being the pork chops and brown bread. '. JonJt t._Among those'a hoSrlll and'he out hU epic ,Into abort 1eIrtb.. for this week only

Second Day of May Talking in Sleep--Onions, garlic ,address -Uje;conflrencfe. lar the Rev tacked a squib on- each fragment amf I 1

for a State Senator of the State of: rectories, boiled tarn also clothesrfns. Cxrus Towi segd grads, the ';trite_,. eventually succeeded In printing It all SPRING 'SUITS FCB

Florida from the Seventeenth Sex Rt, Rev, AJ. Knight, bishop of as humor at a price many: time,lainr

Ftorial District of said State composed Snoring-Welsh rabbit pickledunions b ... w ill.,open; tbe- congress. dise than Lost.the historic" one brousht by "l'ar I. S2.50 TO S7.5IJ

of the County of Suwannee. to bloaters aad cream pails Another newcomer brought ,Every suit at every prle

fill the vacancy occasioned by the Staying Out-Canvas back duck lector's,_Advice Taken Liberally.- plays and hl!'h notion of the nnsalal snstertrv w carefully seclected mat

r death on the fifth day of April 1907' terrapin, ice cream and chocolate y From Tte Philadelphia! Record) of the srti5t.r vocation. Trr e months oted by specialist ta
of Hon. J. R.. Newlan. Senator from eclairs. after hU rrriral he keep
their
"lleJjcl ..' ueU>rhied l .. aba aad fit
District.. Drinking Mush :;\Tc. won'thelB: you any. get a 'conmyciou Ta Tr-tr l
milk candy marmalade a fifteenth ward t: baaiS every --Norfolk disi
la Testimony Whereof,, I hav tit-bits and tally : :_ physlciaiTtold: a pa hoot a mlLtarlau. publisher proto err ed and singlo-breastcd
bent after
I diagnosing hfs"case. sell to visitors
hereunto set my hand and caused the Stupidity-Fresh fish. I welD the enPtrup ,1 h, dainty Creations
:
oatmeal see This la plail
Great Seal of the State to be affixed corned beef, hash and ".that.vita you; ", .n'hat you need i I comiujfcsioa 'brDts, t not only i fabrics for
cranberry :a complete ..change of' living. f rpanaeatfartVmsot nUN ma ofyeara
at Tallahassee, the Capital. this the tarU. Getaway Uverr, 'ut crfrtond- ,
lo'\'oITf't1
Sth day of April. A. D. 1907. Bad to som .quiet country place for e'oi'-zt :fIbl Ada Py
Temper-P-igs. 'Pr'atin .
knuckles. t. "n-to'
sauerkraut at IeAst.-a month, fit nfI". -
,Co to bed wo-It
(Seal) H CLAY early. -
CRAWFORD. was
tripe. m.nIn. lat
buttermUk _
and Stale at; more : Into X" w TTk
oast I
Secretary .Stat, bread. ,. : _- r -- beefs drink plentyo I era !t.p-eMti.rntictn rrede It
: good rich milk and smoke oiiecigar tot' : atitis"we."T B
just thtl
: BUTLERs
J. H EICKERSON. : 1'ttbor
sfuw.
Henpeck+:1Ra. beef'sandwiches, 3!" .t'Icsifa
a.,daiv _And. If )[oq are In thfs tbr'st. fl qstI. .
Sheriff 1J\3 :
Suwannee County, Fla. beans carrots and'mnttoa chops. q,' ': .t f"ff' at....
"', ntlghborhood.fn. a month or two drop prw a 3I' rim.Jca es. tL Cot. '

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