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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 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 )
 Notes
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
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oclc - 33273861
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System ID: UF00075905:00049
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ft. April 11-. -The sur- J 3 _' of

yesterday morn- .
House
Ia the
tae vote to reconsider the ,
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with the Senatelants -. -
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to House Concurrent -.

dOe No. 1. which were agreedt
t *ay before after pending for _
kril of a week. aDd tbe action ofSons -
taken Tuesday had been ,

.. anal pretty generally 1
fetet* sad Tote la the House.
gmt surprise apparently was
ig la the House by Mr. Calkins.stB. z

a young representative
heretofore had not opened his I'

t& swept to answer to roll call ..
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i the quiet young man from I .

A. arose and offered a motion t
,kt ap from the table the motion
consider the House concurrent I II )

tit Senate amendments to .
K Concurrent Resolution No.1. .
*
n4iag for a Joint committee of I cis :'J.

ia to lavestlgate the affairs of theM ..
: of the Internal_ ImprOvementas
I1Yir ?
!. requested by special mes- -
from the Governor. It will be -
jfe4 flat on the day before, rW

i U. house., voted tto concur In oa
Jeaate amendments, Mr. Watson, -3eirymkn'm:. ",'V.a hmflto of .
ade. made a motion to reconsider ___ __ _. i .. r to .

rots, and to lay the motion to committee needed legal assistance I ..
Live Oak, regardless of
adder_ .'*oa the table which pre- when such. was ascertained, they HARRY THAW ACjUDTD( belong and stand ever :: '
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&.and .the, matter was. regarded could report' back to the legislature 1 them in any way I can 4
>msB nUy closed. I I i I r
and he was sure it would be granted my brother ministers feel _
i ere was surprise therefore when but unfll then"1'he to JURY RENDERS VERDI T OF NOT : .
was unwilling way. So come .to-lielp,, b I
Ctatlemen from Nassau arose vote for a measure that If It'4id not GtlLIT :io' hear.. ." '. 4 & X ;
offered motion, to' take up fromtt< make It, mandatory uPon the committee i
the motion to reconsider to employ counsel'af'least PDBLIfrAPPROVfl f -
MEETS WITH r.
fr)2tbl'RA9:IS DOOMED
with tbe ;
cescarreace Senateatotots. '
k them i
gave .a wide scope to do so. Mr. X *
Mr. Watson- on I Wilson of Hernando. joined In favoring DEFEAT -., : .
that 'MrJ! End of One of the Hardest Fought ,
rest with an objection.. the motion to reconsider the I up
Jst gas out of ,order and there gentlemen who were arguing for a.. < Cases In History ., I Report Thai General .
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-. UUla diseasslaa between reconsideration expressing their will- Killed., ;

at to what the proceedings of ingness to let the first Senate amendment New York, April 11, 1 p. ,m-r'j Mobile Ala., April 10. .
day before la regard to the matreally -- the one offered by Senator The jury has brought in a verdict of I Gallardo. collector of 0'Y
were )fro Calkins reading Adams, stand. but opposing the acquittal for Harry ,Thaw. This ends I postmaster at the *
tilt JOBrnal hi support of his second, by Senator Beard which provided one of the most Interesting murder !Trujilo Honduras, arrived
ttttona. Speaker Matthews af- specifically for the employmentof cases In the annals of this country. night on the steamer ,to .
hissing to.a brilliant &rlumentII&meDtarr counsel and the other assistance Probably no case has ever before Belise. British Honduras It
law from"the op- created much sentiment the able a A -
,specified in the amendment Mr. as I Just as-the steamer left
&g forces. In which several Joln- counsel for Harry Thaw has won over,
,Wilson, of Hernando. was of the opinion days ago a letter was
Bled that, Mr. Calkins was In that if the members of the com- In the past eleven weeks, in which I lardo stating that Gen. Lee > as
r. and put the motion to take up mittee were not going to do the Investigating be has been making a most remarkable I the American officer in the -
.
tie table the motion to recon- themselves but were goring 'fight for his client. The pecu- Honduras, had been cut -
Mr. Wilson of Hernando and to leave It to attorneys and accountants ;liar circumstances attending the by Nicaraguan soldiers. -
requested a roll call which i their report would not be trial of this case from the beginning gave no details of the fight
ordered and the motion prevail- the report of the committee but' of and the queer turns it has taken has j I Christmas was killed.
I a rote of 33 ayes to 29 nays. tbe attorneys and clerks of the com- I kept tbe press of the country busy was contained In the letter be-
a WILl absent or not voting. The mittee, who had no constituents to with Its details. Nor has Its progress I. was no hope for the
01 was then made to reconsider whom they would ,be responsible.Mr. been confined to this country.i I ment and he was doomed :

coaevrrence with the Senate MacWilliams, of St Johns, Some of the largest European dailies he did not get out of ,..
& meats and this for nearly have received lengthy reports by
on chairman of the house committee on News was brought here by Is 1
Mir the battle of oratory begun judiciary, made a lengthy argument cable of every day's session. The by steamer that
it first round and verdict Is In acord public sentiment -
raged more against reconsidering the vote of the with Bonilla was not at ; to
Whether or not It was a coin preceding day. He said that the first though it Is doubtful If public hiding In Salvador. This J
ace. or whether It was exactlysame amendment to which the gentlemen opinion was arrayed on the side of said to be authentic.
P alignment Is Thaw at the beginning. But every-
Immaterlal'l who had preceded him had offered no Gallardo was Je-
vote to take up objection, but on the other hand had one almost who has watched the masterful secretary. Roman Gonzales '
motion' to reconsider ;was exactlyme stated that they favored. Including Delmas as he brought out the effected their escape from J'
as the first test of strength : Mr. Carter, author of the house resolution finer points of defense and built up days before the place was
*** ago In connection with the gave the committee powerto testimony and sentiment combined Nicaraguans.. They '
1 resolution. It seems most likely employ what assistance they need- I; around Thaw has made up their carving away $14,000 of
ue been a coincidence, because a ed and he could not understand why minds that they will be glad to see ment's money which was the
Wr who were present at the first the gentlemen who were so opposedto him given his liberty.At safe keeping in Belise.

of strength were absent today. the second which merely made
r. Calkins spoke several times on more specific the general provisionsof Baptist Church.Dr. The Cold Weather \ .

motion, most of his remarks in the first; It was like "giving the Len H. Brougbton. of Atlanta There were hail to
fret place being directed toward committee a whistle and then telling is to begin a series of meetings at the southern section of
parliamentary side of the ques- !i them not to blow It," to Instruct the the Baptist church next Sunday, andI terday except this he
though he also strongly opposed ,(committee to take a thorough and take this method of inviting all the and a cold wave has
wiling tbe joint committee toby |:complete Investigation, and then take pastors of the city and every citizenof tween here and
'! counsel to assist In the prod I from them the means of doing so. It Live Oak to join hands with us in tween here and Madison,

Investigation, holding as ex- seemed to him that it was due to the this battle for righteousness. Unlessour in the section to the
'.a by )Ir. Carter, of Alachua. I administration! used the term ad- religious horizon is broader than' there have been heavy is
"or of the House resolution. that visedly-to the chief executive of theN our own little creed. we are poor and and much damage was "It \
were enough lawyers in the two State and his associates on the board faithless servants of the King. I have crops that had come, up.
es to serve on the committee. of trustees of the Internal Improvement noted with sorrow a tendency away In some sections it Is -
r, \Walton., of Dade.. opposed the Fund amongst the highest officials from co-operation between the different crop were killed -

0" to' reconsider In a strong In the State, the chief execu- : churches of late. Let us raisea planting will have to be .
h. He declared that the com-. tive having In a special message I solemn protest against any it is said that seed are b
e e most be empowered tof employ I asked for. this Investigation, as well such spirit If we differ on some that many farmers will not his
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assistance' It needed, If th In- as being due to the people of Florida, things we agree on many others, and get enough for planting sa
gallon were to be a thorough i to make a thorough Investigation, should be able at all times to work in The long drouth the
and the '
.committee was fo report and while ,he would cot make such an perfect harmony for the up-building heavy rains has been very tile
"-lrtdtoVhe present session of of the Kingdom of God In generaland to crops even where they les .
kgtslatureur .accusation. against the gentlemen! ,on
*' '' 1 the salvation of souls in particular jury by ball and wind. ;
Carter asserted that U the ,(Continued on page eight) i am pastor of all the people In Times.





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\ -OAK DAILY*'DEMOCRAT. TJlPtsDArft ,WOT,' -, '

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enmauI's Deadly,Workit' *' Just Beane ,ORDINANCE- w? o. b6... LtnLthe aorthernboanadrr: of Wilbur PROFESipta
'I It standsVYnnning at
street tas" now
The 'aerfously affected ray right Tour cough Is only' In! they throat and An Ordinance :to Amend Sections I rffht angles to said Ohio avenue 2037feet &saowit:

erat0"writes Mrs. Fannie Connor.,, does not trouble yon now. don't 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the to White street In White's Addlf -

*rt Rural Route 1, Georgetown Tenn., think that it needs no atentkm. Whenit City Ordinance of Live entitled Oak. Florida"An ordinance. being an to t f tton far said City of Lire Oaks FJOt !'- BROWN 4 TII

has not had of a start Is the 't Ida. excepting therefrom three feet
teat I coughed continuously night rued '
at ofc the
prohibit the running large_ i across the _northern side of the
and day and the neighbors" predic time to check it. The slightest streets ,of the City'of Live Oil., of.Parshley family burial grounds

eonsamptionseemed Inevitable cough easily leads to Pneumonia. horses mules hogs and goats, and (t which Is Included In said description PHYSICIANS& -

,.until my husband brought homea Bronchitis and Consumption. A bot- to provide for the Impounding and 'and within the Iron fence Inclosing

bottle of Dr. King's Discovery tle of Ballard's Horehon&d Syrup will disposing of the same.passed i said burial grounds.'Section LnreoAJC
30th- 1903 and approved
September drm'aatbaproceedings
ILThat
toa
which to be the cure that cough. The price puts it j
in my case proved October 6th. 1903. 1 f shall be instituted in the DR. Ji

only real cough cure and restorer of within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- Be It ordained by the :Mayor: and j name of the City of Lire Oak. In ad- W,

weak, sore Ionis.** When all other nee Drug Co. dw" City Council of the City of Live Oak. cordance with the provisions of the

remedies utterly fall, yon >may still Florida: Statutes In such case made and prct-
able publications of its kind pubu h- Section la. That Section 1. Section TIded for the purpose of carrying Office: Carrof
win in the battle against lung and
:
I Bt11'r
2 and Section 7 of _Ordinance
eded in the United States. It is out the provisions ot Section 1 of :
throat troubles with New Discovery, printed on heavy book paper and con- No. 16 ,of the City.of Live Oak I' this Ordinance.SectWS : I iesident J at > -

tie real care. Guaranteed by Barclay tains thirty-four pages is publishedon Florida being an ordinance entitled j I I -III. That this ordinance ibse.e-c s. l aDrss

& Groover, druggists. 50c and the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance to prohibit the run- i I shall take effect upon its passage bt I

$1.00. Trial bottle free. dw. every department Is in charge of an ning at large on the streets of the'j,[the Council and approved by the ; t..i
qty of Live Oak., of horses muleS I I II
: expert. No one who has a horse cattle 'Mayor or upon its becoming afe
!! or live stock should be without Logs and goats and to provide for j'I ordinance without the approval of the E. BROt
the Impounding and disposing of the !: w
WONDERFtL CLUB OFFER. ;: this publication. :Mayor.
same," approved October 6. 1903, be : Introduced by Alderman F. Ion
I i MAXWELL'S TALISMAM Is a handsome ,!
and the same are hereby amended so j i I i Robertson and passed by City
What Five Dollars and SeventyFiveCents 32-page monthly publication asP to read as follows: i i! Council in regular session assembled ATTORNEY&UYEOAK.
'1'printed on heavy book paper and -Section 1. Horses, mules. hOgs i
Will Do. on this Sth. day of April. A. D. 1907. .
contains handsome half-tone il-
many and goats shall bellowed to
not run
CHAS. H. BROWN
This at quite an expense andpe.at
paper
lustrations. It is a publication thatis at large upon any of the streets: alleys .President: City Council. WiH practice ia a9 tUOKTOW .....rad
a deal of work, has arranged a I
+ edited by the Hon. A. C.. )Maxwell lanes or unenclosed property of '
well-known Attest -
fourteen
Club offer of :
one of the best-known writers in this
Papers and :Magazines including.,the tleCity of Live Oak, and that cowsshall I S. P.'MAYS.City Clerk. sw
country. No publication in its class
UTE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for with Maxwell's Talisman.It not be allowed to run It large I, S. E" Mays City Clerk of the )3.t.a* hst.c hats a i iL
} only $5.75.: Realizing that we could compares upon any of the streets lanes or)City of Live-Oak. Florida do hereby
has been published at Chicago, 111.. 31
public highways of the said DIRON
City or ,
largely increase our circulation we for seven years.THE certify that the above and foregoing ,
entered Into a contract to use the other unenclosed premises within .Ordinance. 57 was regularly passed -
Papers and :Magazines that compose i FARM MONEY MAKER Is a the following boundary in said CItyj by the City Council on the 9th day

this Club. The Daily Democrat does < large handsome publication which of Live Oak Florida to-wit: 1 of Aoril. .... D. 1907 and the same DENTIST'

net 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 fort

In fact we lose money but by increasing in Cincinnati O., and contains vari- and First streets Intersects and run- is approvaL >.vnA. : Caon : iI '

our circulation we can secure ous departments in regard to every ning south to where Irvin and Carroll -I Witness my hand and seal of said I I I Wo**. :

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

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

,. made an offer that equals ours. !4 special departments devoted to the I Houston street to John street thence (Seal) S. P. MAYS. T. J. LYlE !

Every,paper goes to you for one full j home, and also matter that is inter- east on John street to Church street City Clerk. Practical 'i I
;
year. All are well known and long ,1! estlng and of value to every member I' thence south on Church street to corporation Examined and approved by me!

established and worth mamv' times- the I i I of the family.SOUTHERN. line thence east on corpora-I this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. WATCHMAKER AID &

prlceweask.They are from the POULTRY FANCIER. ,tion line to White street thence E. BROOME, Mayor.

South, North East and West. Their This magazine is devoted to poultryand 'north on White street to Howard 35 year's experkeojj1:
combined values including the Live I street thence east on Howard street Good stock of S'
Watccc ;
all of its departments, and' is to a point The Price of Health. aw
opposite Georgia
Oak Democrat is $12.00.
Daily over avenue
Atlanta Ga. Each issue
published at
We are only able to make this offer contains from 40 to 50, thence north to and along Georgia "The price of health in a malarious
printed
for a very short time and It will positively In magazine form on heavy pages book pa- avenue to the northeast corner of district is just 25 cents; the cost of: .&soNtJ

be withdrawn soon. If :you per. Anyone: that has chickens pig- Bryson street and Georgia avenue a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills."' B
the best offered thence due north along section line
want bargain jii
ever eons, pet stock, turkeys, geese, ducks, to a point writes Ella Slayton of Noland. Ark.
order the Club not opposite Fifth
you. now. Qo street
4 etc-, will not only save but make
thence New Life Pills cleanse and Impart
gently -
wait for you may hesitate too long.If 4 money by having this well-known west to and along Fifth street T1'
j01l subscriber to to Atlantic Coast Line life and to the ATIOP"E
are already a any magazine before them. If anyone railroad new vigor sys I !

or an of the papers in the Club your j, takes this publication and does not thence southwest across Atlantic tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed H! Will do t
Coast Line railroad react:] practice h
from to
time will be extended First
one year street
say that it is one .f the best of its thence at Barclay & Groover' druggists dw Federal Courts. :
date of your order Probably you do kind, and is as handsome readable west along First street to ; .

not care to have all of the Papers and'T and valuable a poultry paper as is point of beginning." Room I **. S tVI lv.a.L la..if
Magazines sent to your address. If I will "Section. It shall be the duty Things He Didn't Understand- ?
published we send same to them se rs Sel*
of
not can split the Club and have the City Marshal
you or
any deputy UVE
,three months as an absolute preserve. Marshal .. __ A shrewd and OAK. I : ..
them sent ot any number of different or noliiwnan f ? ?' *UiC a- iUU* worldly agnostic a

addresses or two or more parties cancome THE WOMAVS HOME JOURNAL City to take possession of and place Christian clergyman dressed In a i

In together and divide the Club is published in Boston, and no matter in a pound to be provided for that modern clerical suit sat at the same FOIETSfiOHIHCLINTON

among:,themselves. On acount of the what price Is paid for a similar pub- purpose any horse mule hog or goat table on the Pullman dining car. c.... C.ids. ......... +.r..
limited time (bat we will be able to lication, no one will be able to securea found by him or them running at
make this wonderful; offer we will be publication at the same price which large upon any of the streets, alleys 71 ey were waiting a delicious first

unable to furnish sample copies to will equal this one. It is published in Hgbways or other unenclosed pro course at the dinner,.a delicious Hud!

anyone. We take pleasure in givinga tte interest of the women and child- erty within said City and likewise son river shad. Eyeing his companion & 1s
short sketch of each paper in the ren and it is worth many times the take possession of and place in said
price that Is asked for the entire pound coldly fof a moment the agnostic '
any
Club cow found by him or them '''::T,
THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of Club. running at large on any of the streets remarked:

Memphis, Tenn.. Is in its seventeenth COLUMBIA MAGAZINE is published alleys lanes, public highways or "I judge you are a clegyman, sir." 4

year. It is published monthly on the in New York in magazine form other unenclosed property of said "Yes. sir; I am in .my .Master's ---
15th of each month. Colonel Hugh and Is one of the most readable City of Ul'e-Oak within the boundaries service.... *

L. B df9rd. Its editor Is one bt the magazines of Its kind ever producedby prescribed In Section I hereof.** Wholesale ariai 1
best-known agricultural writers In the any publisher. It Is full of Interesting "Section VII. For catching and "Yes you look it. Preach out of

United States. He lives on his model matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ordin rte Bible, don't you?"

farm near Memphis and also has a which are prepared by some of the ance the City Marshal shall be entitled "Oh. yes: of course.**
in best-known writers In the country. to the following fees tail
cotton
large. plantation Mississippi namely: "Find a good things In that Dealers inH
For many
and an orange and fruit farm i This magazine will please all, no mata catching and impounding horses.
Florida. He is ably assisted by a ter how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head, old book that you don't understand ri

large number of department editors what they read. goats thirty cents per head, hogs one -don't :you?"

special writers and correspondents.The THE PRACTICAL FARMER. This dollar per head. For feeding and "Oh. yes: some things." da and \VesimS2

Journal makes a specialty of its well-known magazine, which is published taking care of such stock while in "Well what do you do then?"
pound for .
Cotton Manufacturing, Lumber and in Philadelphia, is not only one horses, mules and cows he 1
shall receive forty "Why, my dear friend, I simplydo ,
Industrial Departments in additionto cents
of the most successful of its kind, per day per
having full and complete depart but without doubt one of the most read each for hogs or goats ten cents just as I do while eating this delicious -

ments of the Home Garden Fruit,;I carefully edited papers in the United per day per head each for advertising shad. If I come to a bone I A
Farm. Poultry, Cattle. Live Stock and selling such animals he 1i
States. shall
Any farmer planter! or, in receive the quietly lay it on one side, and go on
etc. It is very readable and full of : fact, anyone who has fruits flowers sum of fifty cents for
bright snappy news and contains 32 i vegetables live stock and poultry. for horses mutes or cows per head, and enjoying the shad and let some fool f

pages- will find that the Practical Farmer hogs or goats the sum of twenty- insist on choking himself with the 11

THE AMERICAN FARMER: of Indianapolis -,i will save them during the year many five cents per bead each. The word bones." '1'

Ind.. has been published i times the price that they pay for the taken"hog"to under include this ordinance" shall be Then the agnostic wound up his Phone ;1
"pigs. :
twenty-one years and is ably edited entire Club.
Section ilL Waterbury watch and
That this Ordinance went Into the
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue
THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINE shall take effect smoker.
contains a full page poem from this I Immediately upon
is published in New York in maga- its passage by S Promdt delijanywhere
i well-known writer. It is publishedmonthl and
zine form and contains from 30! to 6U 'I aroval by the May or asncto ales
and contains 24 Thereis .
) pages. ages each Issue. This ell-known I I horses, goats and bogs, but Kitten by a Spider. .
no better paper for the home and shall not
farm than this well-known publication contains many interesting co into effect as to cows until 60 Through blood
tion. publics I' stories, and some of the most valuable I I from its passage by the City CounciL days poisoning caused in t

articles which are prepared by Passed by City Council In by a spider bte, John Washington,

SUCCESSFUL FARMER Is published ell-i.no\frn writers. Every depart- I I session this 8th day of April.regular A. D. of BosquevIIIe. Tex, would have lost

at Des Moines. la., and has been ment is fully covered by experts In 1907 CHAS. H. BROWN I t is leg which became a mass of
long established. Each issue containfrom City.iTnoMPSON
Interesting President City Council running sores, had he
not been
50 to 60 pages, and it is on Aiiesrfi : persuaded
of the handsomest and most complete duced by a well-known writer under P. MAYS Citr Clerk to t ry Bncklen's Arnica

publications of Its kind In the world he head of "For the Little Fellows" I. S. P. :Mays. City Clerk of the Salve. He writes: "The first ap- &

Every: department of the farm and and another is "Chats With Mothers." City of Live Oak, Florida do plication relieved and four boxes ,
hereby
I : l>.me la fully represented in this paper Another" Is "Decoration of Your certify: that the above and foregoing healed all the Drays and
and each of these departments Home. and another valuable depart- Ordinance No. 56 was sores. Heals every

I ts In charge of an expert. It is a very ment under the head of "Embrold- by the City Council regularly on the Sth passed sore. 25c at Barcla" & Groover, Furniture moving a ,

handsome publication and is a monthly tor.," also a department of"3raustngthe of April. A. D 19o.. and the day drngefsts. dw* I I

published on book paperGREEN'S Children," and another one under is hereby certified to the Mayor same STOVE WOd
the read of "Home and How to his approvalWitness for '
FRUIT GROWER of "eally Make It Home" and another They Po'rketless Any length delivered to j
Rochester. N. Y., has been publishedfor my hand and seal of said Woman.
de-aria:ent under the head of Our
twenty-seven :years, and is edited t I Beauty Doctor". There are many CItv.1907 this Sth day of April A. D. From the Ohio State JournalIt of city, promptly. Ghvfbusines.

by Col. Chas. A. Green who is said vrer interesting articles In this pub- is sai.f'the
(Seal :
to be the best-kno writer of this cation which space alone forbids us' S. P MAYS, women do not want Phew

,. kind in the Vtorld. He is ably assist TO mention Any subscriber to this City Clerk. pockets. Of course they don't. They

ed by Prof_ H E Van Deman as assistant Cinbb will after reading: this paper, this Examined 9th and approved by me are loyal to the style. They don't H. J. MOContractor
day of
April.
A. D.
These two well-known 1907.
editor. we believe, renew their subscription make themselves unhappy
gentlemen also have a large numberof for same from year to year without M. E. BROOME Mayor. what ought to be. thinking i and
They
take
the
department editors and special .
any solicitation upon the part of any fashions
writers. This magazine alone Is one. ORDINANCE NO. 5.. as they come and make Apply for plans,
worth the price that we ask for the themselves as happy
All of the above Magazines and An Ordinance and beautiful and specifjcatieefl
entire Club. In its class, no paper I providing for the as it is possible
Papers contain to be
stories
and and
reading establishing, they
I II opening and succeed -
with It.
In this country compares matter for and all of extending Office on Ohio Ave. A. 0. &*
York.I I I every members of Wilbur street In the City of Live wonderfully. But when Jennie ,
MODERN STORIES. of New the family, from the smallest baby Oak. Florida from the east comes home and tells
side
is handsome and well known publication to the oldest member. Every depart- Ohio of William that
a
!I avenue eastward to she doesn't '
White know The (
of the where she Great tleaddC
which is published monthlyand ment home farm and business street in'hIte's Addition to left her

Is equal to any of the well known I I are fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and said pocketbook and says there was |27.
thirty-two
monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pictures 10321 feet, said street to be 45 in it he arises In a state of sub- Bromo-Pe|
fifty
worth the entire price of the Club. I I and illustrations in these publications (SO) feet in width. merged wrath and
Carefully edited and contains matters during the year that you Be It Ordained by the bathroom goes up into the i
Mayor
that will interest every member o* the will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Live Oak.and and and denounces M. Blanc 'Note the *Vof J Pe$
family.SOUTHWEST. 1 papers. This paper feels proud tote Florida all his Parisian gang in words
: able to offer to its patrons a Club Section 1. almost profane. But .
That
MAGAZINE is pab- Wilbur does that
street
in do
>f tMs kind, :
of
such CURES
composed
fished at St. Louis Mo., on the first of Papers and Magazines representative and- he City of Live Oak, Florida as It any good? Not a particle. The
month and contains from 60 to i now stands be opened extended and world swims
each we can bay to each and every one established along as before and in
Is of the beet-known I from the eastern side of the On the Spot I
70 pages. It one that our offer is worth many times Ohio swim is the pocketless
magazines published and > is in its the price of S5.73, and no one will ''in avenue iu said City fifty feet as radiant woman,
I width and Io
at right serene as if 1Gs*
fifth year. It is handsomely gottenup make a mistake in taking advantage 'Ohio angles with said there were Opiates
contains many Interesting avenue eastward to White street no husbands, in the world
and of same. to dPor
In cross La $$
ts.
articles full of valuable information |I We call your attention to the ad- of White's Live Oak Addiiton to the said City their flowery paths. So what's the 1tr.asru B
and the northern Sal
for every member of the family i I I verMsement of the Club elsewherein of which boundary use-the birds slag their
said own
extension tunes
will please a1LItLOOlED this edition You will find there line drawn at right shall be a the flowers breathe their The City Phi
MAGAZINE I: detailed information in regard to the angles with Ohio own fragrance -
STOCK j I{ avenue from a point on the eastern and the women
Club. go fl
read- without LIVE OIK,
and most
one ot the handsomest aide of Ohio avenue directly opposite I pockets just the same.

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ONE FULL YEAR ONLY $5.75 ,. White and Brown. Leghorns..

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supplied with an abundance of good, clean, informing and entertaining literature is always in the processof 11'1
self-education. The man, woman or child who is reading good newspapers and magazines is going to
school as truly as if enrolled in an institution of learning. Happy is the family which has an abundance SEABOARDIAirline
of attractive reading matter always at land.to make home pleasant, and quiet the restlessness incidentto '
childhood. To supply the universal American demand for high-class periodical literature, we have I IPor
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Maxwell's TaIismanMagazineChicago The Welcome Guest Mag., Portland.
r i Modern : Pullman : Equipment. .
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I. Green's Fruit Grower, Rochester N. Y. Home Queen Magazine, New York i The Seaboard Florida LimitedThe :
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J} Elsewhere in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papers Sure Cure Sores.Sprains.Corns Wounds.Bunions Oil,
in lur Club. This gives a full description of sack paper. QftQs. Bruises. Contracted Muscles. Lam Back, Stiff Joints.
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[.'. THE KIND OF' IMMIGRATION ,Miss; Register;; & P1aaC;'City :11A-:. 'I >i {: -!.. VI9l,."'1 THE''fCJPUL.R. HEALTH. s AHOflU, a.- t

LIVE OAK' DAILYPElOCRAT I filling his place in school. ,
editorial from the ,
The following
J. W. Hodges and daughter ,of
Published every Afternoon Tampa .-Tithes ''on "The kind oT Im; visit DOWLINGway
Starke were.here last week on a PA
Except Sunday. migration.'lias,the right ring In itj! to relatives. ]
and corers the :question very thor-
J. F. SHERR OOD. Editor and Ma'gT.THE Two new dwellings are now in
c oughly. The Times says: "What course of 'construction here one belonging '" DOWN UPO let SUWAMU itzvMneii1thigs.Hote1

PUBLISH11G( COMPiKT. the South needs more than anythingelse Iemmln&Lnd
LIIE OAK ,to Mr. .C. W. J'
is a multitude of small white theother, to Mr. C. ",B. Codbold,, and C
Entered at the Postoffice Live Oak. farmers to produce'the leading stap- will add much
they
When completed
Florida., as Second Class Mall Matter les Its oil so richly returns to faith- of HOT. AND cot: D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. CQCo+ '"
November 7, 1905. ful an Intelligent labor. If we can to the.appearance of tbeweseBd WATER IN EVEXY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES,
town. Mr. F: L. WaltSfhas' the""con. PHONE CONNECTIONS.' WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY
DEMOCRAT will be get the right sort of people from paw
THE DAILY tract which Is an assurance of good 17MIUSFROMLIVKCA-.ca,,
I REASONABLE
RATES
mailed to any part of the United abroad all right. If not. let us J t G1JLi. QMRtJM&J
work. Other, dwellings will go up LIlt W
States postage prepalr; for $5.00 torn our "attention, more directly to f -

per year; $2.50 for six months; the crowded north. There are hun-, this "year also.fre, hopefthe. good;I ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL. DOWNING PIUtK. fLOftI| A.

1.5 for three months or SO cents dreds of thousands of families up work will go on. .
for fire weeks In advance. Delivered Mr. C. B. Olliff has Just finished

to any-part of the city by there assimilated and industrious Some ,work -on ..his| dwelling}:.which, HIM HI ill
which need more room for expansion.We 1
carrier for 10 cents per week.St. adds. much to Its apearance. e-
have the room, and we hare
Mr. W. L. Daughtery is also put-!I!
merely to acquaint them with the llSOUTUfRN
Petersburg. that enterprisingcity conditions which prevail in our sec- ting up' a building T Jo<< .be ,'used,,as a 1 1 BUSINESS C.
mail barber shopJ j $
on the Gulf will have free tion. Dollar for dollar money ex- ;
"Misses 'Llddon
Mrs. Spencer Kate ,
delivery after May 1st. pended in that direction will bring
Freda Hackney Blanche and Ruth_ __
double the returns. '
A. K. Taylor, one of the cleverest There is no properly founded crit- McLeran and Elfzet Spencer' visited I .

1 cartoonists in the South is now with icism to be made against the sug- Live Oak. during" the'past, eight to ten !

_t the Tampa Times. He is doing some gested policy of an immigration bu- days. i I I t:

fine work. reau for Florida whose duty it shall The citizens of _,.thls.. community __
be to settlers and labor were very sorry Indeed to learn or L -I
acquire more
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the the death of ..Senator Newlan. and I
The isie bf Pines is almost on
a ers for the state but care should be
point of a revolt again and it has' beg to ender his family our sincere _
taken that the enterprise does not Ii _
be in this their sad affliction.
R been sugested that a policeman become -mere leak in the treasury. sympathies 1L
sent to the' seat of trouble Immed- 4tndertaking should be entered His death is also a loss to our coun- r

. .lately. I upon on an experimental scale. It ty just now. making a vacancy in the i
Senate In session. IIiI
will be time enough to enlarge it now
The. board of count ycommlssioners The town conch met in special ses-
when a couple of years of trial shall SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTFor
called forbids sion last Tuesday night to consider -
,; of Volusia county, has stow It to be renumerative and suc- on

f for the construction of a hard cessful. the advisability of extendingthe IiI

road surfacebetween DeLand and limits of the town. Quite a
The here of the smallest
."'' coming also the next three months B FOUR MONTHS
number of the citizens
Daytona. were pre-
from
family states to the north of us
_'._"' t for the purpose of embarking in fruit sent. The matter was fully discussedand will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only tk..l-"

+' It is reported that J. B,. Cutler after due consideration, it was Special courses in all Departments have been so
culture trucking or general farming
}- general superintendent of the Jacksonville decided: to take steps looking to that I student entering on this special offer can fini.h within tU
means the addition of one to two
}r and Tampa railroad company end. A committee was appointed to scholarship.This .
thousand dollars a year to the vol-
t will soon commence work' on ume of.our output from the soil, with'that draft a new charter to include a new is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss.

that road again. much additional commerce alongall system of revenue also. The new ter- Do you wish your salary increase I Enroll with u,

1t the lines of exchange and trans- ritory will extend the limits one quar- help you to a good paying position or get a better one thai joe***]
ter of milk north west and south.
a ,
TwentyEight po aUon. It is specially fitting for
The municipality has been a successso WRITE Foil CATALfMi. i"ti1
tie state to undertake to promotethis
appears the name of but one preacher now small current of immigrate far. aid better results are In sight -- .
But we might add. there is not one tion. for the future; The citizens have j I

z newspaper man.-Tampa Herald. generally co-operated with the of- I SOUTHERN BUSINESS CO

5y THE CURE Ion WORRY. ficials which is always necessary to .

An Illinois} negro was fined a thou- insure succes.. >. !!
# and dollars for shoring a white wo- (Rev. Charles Stelze.) ... ,. I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

man off the sidewalk. Speaker Can- Worry has been called "American- nEonG.zixd L. SD OFFICE. I

: 'non may get even with Senator For- Itls." But that Is a slander. No it LM.fiflTTONPresident 6.5. STEPt1E rt ,P':

aker by ordering a Brownville In- country is immune from the disease. Cy Direction of the President the

quiry.-Pensacola News. Neither is any class of society. Rich Commissioner is Conducting a-

and poor learned and ignorant, capitalist -: House-Cleaning. II

The editor of Outing says "It Is and laborer all are subject tits o I I Ex-Sheriff Gea Carar
WasbiniW viser to the president of the United
April 11.-By direction -
4 a not at all painful to starve #q death. ravages. Work rarely kills but I! county was here last .ir.
of the President and the Secretary States Is one of luxurious comfort
This fact has been known to editors worry sooner or later brings down f route from TalUa"" 1
i of ; and' idleness in times but
the Interior, the Commission ordinary
: for ,sometime, but the editors of its victim. A man can least afford Mr. Carter was deposed
er of the General Land Office has tak-j in these troublesome times with war
f S Outing is the first one to' make i to worry when he does worry bet Broward for falilaf .
en the work of reorganizing the field waging in the tropics and the Welsh
just at such time he needs '
known. to the outside world. cause a I lynching la his coaaty
and office force under his control. In rarebit getting In its deadly work at
t the force of
every faculty to bring
Is to be heard bjr the >ttv
him to his normal condition. order to secure greatet efficiency in I the White House, he is busier thana
The proposition to pay county com any quantity of fri ftdt :
the field rw rk of the special agents candidate for office and deservingthe
missioners $5.00 per day strikes us I What Is worry anyway? It is justa State, who tope the Bi

1 as being a good one. Pay them $5.00 host of restless imps of fear., commissioner has found It advisable public sympathy.It will be rectified. U it II"
to 'redistrict the public lands is said that in several matters
t which taken could be
per day instead of $2.00. with a provision singly con- go before tbe people 4
that quered with hardly an effort. It 1 territories, Changing the lines so that recently Secretary Root.has been
they should not receive I'I and be triumphantly 1 dii1
over $200 per annum.-Winter Garden their multiplicity, their persistency for the most part th efield divisions overlooked, if not ignored by the .

i Ricochet. that discourages.How have been enlarged giving gr'eaer president. When the cabinet dis- .t
You can safely be i.
may worry be cured terrtory to the general chefs. The cussed the answer that should be Florida Railroad wail

special agents will be de tailed to the made to the Harriman letter Mr.
by the utter
First realizing
According to the proverb, "All men uselessness FernandIna by Jaa. lit,
several chiefs of the several divisionsin Root it is reported, did not favor
liars. of A dozen eternities
I are and a great many are get worry. [from Perry to Ferasaa4i
the field each chief being held the course that was adopted. He
ting official notice of It.Philadelphia spent in worrk will not changea well supplied with

Press. Of course the Press has single fact. It- is only by hard responsible for the efficient prform- wanted answer, without 'going into and other industriesthe a

no'reference to the little trouble ex faithful work that such things are ance of all work in his division. The !all the details of the Sherman letters. of
prosperity
chief will also be required to :j|I Also he would have
isting between Governor Browardand accomplished, and no man can work, call I been glad to seethe your eye on LnraviU.

some of the newspapers of this well with a clear head and a steady for reports respecting the conduct of president go to Illinois and make to Wilmarth. Marts

tate. hand, if he will persist in worrying. local land officers and the officers of the reassuring speech that the finan-
will I
spring there *
Second, by taking a larger view the surveyors-general in their respective cial and railroads interests wanted, up wil<
and
The of life. of divisions. It is the purpose of but the president would not It years property
Ocala Star says: "C. Y. llller.tbe' Most us imagine that the see hance in value.
promoter of Leroy was ia the world is comprehended within our the comlssioner to so detail and cent that way, and instead of promising

city this morning with a well filled own limited horizon. That is no centrate the force as to keep the department any modifications of his policy, gave Mr. and Mrs. O. 0.

sack of greenbacks and silver." C. quite true. There are really some advised of the principal out a statement indicating that he and Mrs. B. P Cotcis*

Y. Miller is a reformed newspaperman good people and some good things land frauds and illegal efforts to would go straight ahead.

and before he reformed he nev beyond the line of our vision. acquire title to the public lands and I I These sensations however are not Lawler. Mrs. W S. Alrh4r. .
Taylor. Misses G ,....
lie t'
er was guilty of carrying a sack of Third by not crossing bridges un secure evidence to convict such as are new to Secretary Root or to any I I I Robinson. Eulaa
Miss Kf
"filthy lucre.** til we come to- them. As a matteof ; other gentlemen who has ever sat in t

fact, nine-tenths of our fears ar principal i i cabinet meetings from John Hay to Mattie Williams. Miss

Times must be prosperous down never realized. "Sufficient unto the main involved the acid timber and Shaw. But whether Secretary Root Jack Taylor Marvin 81.

at Br oknllle. Hernando county, if day is the evil therof." coal belts and great vigilance is j feels aggrieved and would likely lay Charley Fred Black*....

'one can Judge by the appearance of Fourth not only rememberingthat necessary to keep these lands from >down the care of office to renew his and W. G. Hair weal
1 Lake last night OB a tti>e
the local papers. Both the Argus tomorrow has not yet arrived being wrongfully appropriated. The lucrative practice at the bar where

and Star have recently installed new but that yesterday is already passed. policy adopted by the department .. a challenge can be met instantly and had a peck of fish ad .

Fifth, by does not mean however that the vigorously from fun. At the close SB
presses put on new dresses and are constantly recalling that whatever source it
full to overflow every week now with this is God's world. It has not yet agricultural regions will be omitted !: comes his plain duty, as he sees it, Virginia reel was lad
to the devil. It 'timesseem from surveilance by the force |is to continue B. P. Coachman Bad Xl
good things about that section of gone may at agency along the lines he has
. t Florida. as though it had, but the presence but it desired to relieve the honest been working since he became the Guerard and many D" I

: of so many strong good peoplein settler in these regions from the age (head of the cabinet. He Is anxious figures were Introduced I

$ Hearst as a Congressman is a dismal it, and the constant progress w gravation resulting in general suspensions I I to have the American delegation to was furnished by )

failure as in the short session of are making, disproves it. and field investigations I I the coming Hague Peace Conference performed on a I&rTiAtJi

: a Congress he was absent sixty-nine which cannot now be made without I j demand aceptance of the Calvo- battercake turner.

dare out of seventy-one. In thirty Wellborn Xews. a large force of special examiners. I t Drago doctrine and his name will dobutedly the jolliest fc*!

at three roll calls he was recorded as Dr. F. Pasco. editor Florida Christian :I jbe coupled in history with that of that ever left Live Oak

not voting just thirty-three times. He Advocate has been announced to ROOT WILL NOT LEAVE CABINET Monroe if he wins this point. Secretary joyed themselves to Life si

presented no petitions made no preach here on next Sunday, 14th, at Root has pledged the United Is said that Marvin :

speeches, intervented with no "re the morning and evening hour. The Although He Is Dissatisfied With States to help the South Americans many fish that Harryto

marks."-Jacksonville Metropolis. doctor is very popular here and no Procedure in Several Instances. ; get international aceptance of the put him In a dlshPU

doubt will have a full house at each Washington, D. C., April ".Again proposition that force shall not be In a sitting posture.

John La Fontisee has made won service. All are cordially invited to the report Is in circulation that Sec- used in collecting debts. He believes ,, -

derful improvements in the Fernan- attend these services. retary Root is to lay down his cabi- this is possible and is convinced that :I; Committee Sf
-rilna Record since taking charge a E. B. McLeran few it will supplement -
spent a daysin l net portfolio at an early date. It the Monroe doc- f Special to the Pee
few months sice. Last week the Jacksonville this week. comes at the trine in a fashion that will :
wrong time to be given guarantee Tallahassee. Fla., A
Record come out enlarged printedon On account of ill health Prof. that credence which it might otherwise the United States the confidence In m.-After strong deN

a new cylinder press and as bright Boyd, principal of the High School' attract because whatever may future of Latin America and assure morning receded from tul,
silver dollar. La Fontisee here has obtained leave of absencefor a.development of
as a new have been f Pan-American
charged to Mr. Root lie sentiment ,amendment to house Ia
is one of the good newspaper men In a few weeks and Is now at home has never been accused of quittinga that ,In the next generation resolution and the PreI_

Florida and If given proper suppor recuperating. It is hoped that ; a post when he was greatly needed or will: be one of the_ great forces In the Senate Immediately scommittee.

by the business men of Fernandinahe professor will soon be in position j really could not be spared. It can realm .of 'international Bnckmao. \\"i
will give them one of the best return in fact he is expected here I hardly be contended policies>> For I and
that the the
office sake of this Humphreys
Ideal
on p
.1' the 22nd. his ..he.will remain .
.newspapers In the State. During absence of Secretary of State and chief ad- In the cabinet Committee expects to be-

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READERS EMOTES IT TOIOSOT EMBROIDERY OUTFIT; ,
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\i I RICHARDSON'SComplete : t Price $1.00Outfit "

,-- AND THEY 00 Centerpiece i -
THEY. COSE; 'V f OUTFITconsisting V ;

of the following: / k \ Contains: .

1-12 inch Pure Linen Center-
;mss of Live Cak 'And Suwannee piece. q 1 Shadow Shirt ,Waist on a good '

"t, County Gathered by the Democrat i 1-Skein Richardson's Silk. quality of Lawn1Diagram
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1 Lesson.
'f Reporter 1-Color Study Plate. 10 Skeins Richardson's Shadow

Our Price Today, 10 Cents Embroidery Twist

F J&the3 CIaitdi'01 Jasperwas In for your choice of six beautiful designs. : i I 4 Book Waist"on "How to Make a Shirt


i-'the' -city yesterday. on. business COflE I N BEFORE THEY ARE ;: l'' 1 Illustrated Book on Fancywork containing

and wife, of Mayo,
Taylor
K.
i. R. ALL SOLD OUT. { instructions for working Waist -
city today.
[at In the

, i Get One Today at Our Art Department i
from Alioa
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| 0. H. Williford came up s
business -
today onf -

:'J. P. Turner i of Fenholjoway.- Is


-mr..the. city today. i B"/ I' SEE THE SHOW WINDOWS

K If want to..U see M.
you
'c' .
licensed auctioneer. He se Ji..7'
i \
t AT'THEi _

J. H. Mallory.and family, of Per-

W' guests of the Ethel today. i
ry.

LADIES EMPORIUM H HKeep

Elder Jordan was up from the i.

:rut today.

t I. D. Stone and daughter. of Lake ...+4.II.I.II..I. .... iimiMIMIHHMMI MI > MIMIHMilMI ''MMIIII .

Ethel this morning. ----- if
City, were at the ------ -- -- ---- -----

on smiling and read our Next Sunday at the Methodist Miss Faw Wagner an exceedingly J

, .i :JO RENT-Furnished ansi unfurnished greatest magazine and newspaper FOR SALE church, promises to be of special In- handsome and talented. young lady I

rooms address "R'Aro care clubbing ever offered by this paper. terest to all the congregation and from East Tennessee who has for

or Democrat. r tt Particulars elsewhere in this issue. membership. Let us have a full attendance some time past been the"guest of her I

at both hours- and..follow sister Mrs. J. B. Johnston left for ::' J
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
Mrs. W. K. Liles. of White Oak. Misses Lydia and Flossie Creek- up the recent revival with faithful her home this morning. She will be {

GJU was here today on her way to more of Wellborn, who have been work. mised from the social circles of the

Alton. visiting relatives and friends here, city.

returned home yesterday. City Real state I'ODOL is a thorough stomach re

Reid our greatest magazine and 'lief. It digest what you eat and SOTI C"..

ue1r.sPAper: clubbing ever offered by 12.50 wagon seats new at gives the stomach rest and assists in A directors' meeting of the Producers -

this paper. Bailey's the Auction House/ Aor I restoring It to its, normal activity Warehouse Co., will meet at .

$1.50'Other things in prop /tlon. : farmsItc.[ and usefulness. KOX is sold on a my office on Saturday the 20th. to ;

J. G. Thompson returned from a Be quick.,;; tf --. guaranteed relief plan by City har- discuss matters of business to the ,

business trip to Lake City this morn- i Ii macy. d w. i company. '
In*. ---::- I -- 1 CI AS. H. BROWN President.
Miss Lama Clariday. of, Baxton. )
.-. Grant who for sometime Live Oak Fla.
LIST Henry, ,
f4.1J..lIcpigbtof relatives
Ga.. who has been visiting I IPROPERTY .
Mayo was here home has been working for Jim Lyle In t -r- ==
and friends here, returned yes- YOUR H
this morning on his return from terday.Especially. I the tatter's plumbing and electrical :

Jacksonville. He was en route home. shop, is now with theHalr HardwareCo. \ think
.. When you
, ; Henry is a hustling man,
recomended for Piles-- .WITH young 1\1.
Your tax must be paid this competent and reliable and I
Ii poll bit is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch US. we con- about that fine ,
-.reek to be a qualified voter on May Hazel Salve. Sold by City Phar- gratulate the Hair Hardware Company f

Sod,. dw upon securing his services. Watch
macy.
f you
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\,Col. J. L. Lee again went to Fort Mrs. H. C. Blanch&rd. of Jasper KODOL For Dys.vcjvCa cleans lf. I f need thinkRADFORD'S '
White today to look after property EDWIIRDS REALTY (JO. i stomach and makes tl.. breath t!v
who has been at the Park for some "
Interests there. time visiting relatives, was here last sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold b: I of

evening on her way home. L win Building Room 3. i druggists Oil a guarantee relief i>'an
We note that Geo. E. Hawkins, of It conforms strictly to the National
II(
Wellborn has been elected assistant Janie Mc- -- --- --- Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold b>
Misses Rie Porter and .
sergeant-at-arms of the House.If Fred Bremen came down from i City Pharmacy. dw
Gehee went to Levon this morningon
Wa"cross yesterday. Mr. Bremer is I I I
---
a visit to :\Ir, and Mrs. C. J. Mc-
you want drawing ddne/or a Gehee.Kenned's. a hustling young business man who I;I Capt. J. B. Johnston, former ; Where you will find a

trunk carried to the deao ; right :as hosts of friends in Live Oak, whore speaker of the House of Representatives -

ulck.. phone 129.V.. N Boatright, Laxative Cough Syrup always glad to greet him. II but now editor of the Pasco choice assortment of

.. County Democrat, passed through
The pleasant cold remedy that expel* the very best 1
Sirs Dr. Ruter, of Madison is hereon its action tb.- Ladies, I have Just opened a d-ei, *'ere yesterday, en route home from
the cold through on
visit to her sister Mrs. J. B. dwt naming room in the Lewin buildbft:;, Tallahassee. We are proud to class UARANTEED j
boels. Sold by City Pharmacy. W tr:11PC
Barton.A. .H d will be glad to serve you. Satis- Capt. Johnston as one of our beat 20 YEARS (

the f- C'+on guaranteed. Give me rial. ersonal friends, and it was a pleasire -
Former Conductor Hamlin of
E. Holland was on our streets Florida Railroad, is reported dangerously MRS. KI IIT.Mr. to us to meet him. WATCHES REPAIRED .

today on crutches, recovering from ill with congestion of the --- j
tis recent accident. and Mrs. R. D. Ballentine, of Mrs. McAlpin, Mrs. Harry Barcds ji

brain. Fernandina, who have been visiting and little Marguerite left this morning J. D. R4 DPORD.LIVE .

Mrs. M. E. Wade, of Athena. Taylor ALL-ROUND PRINTER Wants the latter's sister. Mrs. Williams, of for Citra and from there will OAK FLA. !

county, was here yesterday on the Viola house, returned to their go to Terrell, where Mrs. Barcus will .j
and or -
position, sober quick. WJre !
her"way to Ocala. write. Care of Democral/office, tome yesterday.Mrs. join her husband. \Ve opine that in

.. I the near future Harry will return to .
'P. K. G.," Live Oak, Fla/
J. F, Sherwood president of the C.V.. Hemming and pretty Live Oak and become a prime fac-

Live Oak Publishing Co.. Is in Tal- E. P. Groover was out on the long little baby left this morning for Mulberry tor in the management of Tedder'snew Florida B Book O ooh N News CO.
1st asses today. and other points in South Flor- mill to be located here.
distance telephone line yesterday,
Ira on a visit to relatives and friends.
and now has it in good shape between
S. P. Mays went to Jacksonville : Tie baby seemed to be boas of theparty. Those who contemplate sendingout
here and Mayo. ''
yesterday to attend the State Boardof circulars for the spring trade i

Missions. should call write Geo. But
upon or
-When you weed a pill, take a pill,
J. J. Dixon returned from Jacksonville office in Live
Riser : ler, at the Democrat Stationery
and b? sure it's an Early
: Dixon is ,
Mrs. A. A. Beck, of Greenville. Pharmacy last night. Mrs. Oak. He has a printed list of %5.-
sold here by City
They are,
was here this morning en route to aw* reported much worse, being now afflicted 000 white citizens of Florida, from
with and is in a dan-
White Springs. I pleurity ;
138 counties and 450 postofflces. most
-- condition It is doubt t
gerous very of whom are farmers fruit and vegetable -]
H. B, Cook formerly of Chicago, II
There will be ; ful If the lady recovers. I II Inks
a cottage prayerBUng The is 3
is in the city with his family, and growers. price only | ,
at Thos. Dowling's residence they are quartered in rooms in :\Irs.Rouse's I I i iI 'I for the entire list postpaid.
tonight at 1:30. All are Invited. house. i R. E. McN'eil and associates have i I .
1
: purchased the turpentine interestsof I
Dr. L.: M. Dixon one of Live Oak's
Mrs. S. Park and Pastes
Rachael, of Dowling Hinely Bros. at Wellborn
Mrs. Lee Byrd went Monticello I and ,
progressive citizens popular
"u here 1 of the same.
yesterday, a guest of theEthel. now have possession
this morning on a visit to relativesand dentists, who has recently completedone
.
The purchase includes stills, stock,
friends and will be absent a weekor of the finest residences in this
carts, lands and everything else I
ten davs section of Florida, was suddenly
S. A. Bros. in conducting School Books
Ledbetter. of Gainesville. Is ,owned b> Hinely
la it seized with the mill fever this morn-
the city today registered at the I the business.The price paid for all 1
Ethelrt Mrs. C. X. Hildreth. Sr., and Mrs.E. will reach J2},000.. We are glad to ing and his friends gave out the re-
today to attend that he with T.
Long went to Quincy note that this purchase will not move port was negotating
the meeting of the State iMis- S. Baisden for two acres of timber
Miss
Mattie Williams, sister of Mr. McXeil from Live Oak. He can and
in session there land in the northern of the
1oIrs. Dr. sionary Society now as portion
Thomason, returned to her e V be safely counted upon\ a permanent -
.boJDe'ln city with a ,view of building a mill
Ocala this morning. i I resident of our city.
thereon. We are not informed as to
--Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
whether the new mill will be a saw i
Dick Nelson, the popular clerk In Syrup. Children like Its pleasant $30 REWARD Musical
mill or a coffee mill As the timberon
$ *
White's
shoe store, has beent1J1te taste. Contains no opiates, but drives ;
1 the arrest with proof to the land is not extensive
tick since the bowels. For. convict very ; we
Monday
but his the cold out through > 1
'} otBer reports and any person or persons counterfeiting are Inclined to believe that the lat-
\ r this morning that hetome Made In conformity to Pare Food
1* Kamfo-Phenol. ter would be better adopted to the
better which his. friends will D ug..4 .! Recommended and sold Barclay's
de glad BARCLAY & GR\ YER. situation. Instrumentst
to & l -12t
hear.
by City Pharmacy. .- .- ,


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} :- FLORIDA, WASHINGTON NEWS ITOTEB. I Live Oak

April 11.-Before an M'f'g.

CB DvL that Included the French
CONNECTS WITH ALL TB.UN8QN S. A. L. RT. ANB and Madame Jusserand

.KAD OPWK.- cg1 TIAL TIMC. Fortler. or TulAne III>fver- '- _., ., 4 Manufacturen of

;.. Orleans, protested vehe
New -

....: Nlx.dlxt Co.I N Ma.nd.lL ,. this week against the pop Lumber = Shingles s Ice Electric

STAT9OKS. that the Creoles of Louis ,

=:. Ezps.M.Daib I come by their dark skins Power and Turpentine. _=

a an admixture of negro ._
; .J;

1 30 a m i 16 p m Le.. Li.a Oak_--.-__- Professor president Fortner of the, Alliance who is Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished fcs _--Jc.-

tWaml.tpmL. "uzer S said that the Creoles were or Business Houses at a rery reasonable rate. Dec!
.. ......_. s
I 05 a m S W II a Stot as their pale-skinned friends day and night current-for manufacturing purposes
"
Inam'WpmL., -- t North being descendants of Wholesale.and retail Ice-out of City orders have _
:: ____ J rk..t and Spanish. Prof. Fort-
m'L.
I 10 a 81 t U p '- and all orders promptly filled. -
U Lion -
Ar. .....":ilmartb..._...-- to deliver addresses ..t a num
,. ti to a t It pm ...... universities before returning!
*&hnarth We wiH low
jM. m 1.+ give you gpod prices on g

.10 a m L._... _LouaY Lun Orleans. flocking. Com!? vp&%tt our prices. :,
; .10.
I a t .so.m M. WiJml as th-. .. freight coagestion tht has

10 00-;m 4. ZO p m L. W1Imatda t.. Ute country finally has when it soaked as U ttww was no S How to Avoid

L. .... -"Saps. .__.. its blight on Washington. Most victim of
10 H a m 4 It p ID --- -+ s Dope Jet, I was persjjuided tp try

1010. a .ao..w- _.NP rI._. ,; to the scarcity of cars there Electric fitters And I rejoice to uy those who arc 6abltaa ay eesL

Ar.- .Yuo.-- -.. ... a vast accumulation of fer- that they are caring me. I aw! now Orino Lazatlv Fruit $
10al.am 4 40 m -
1040 a p L._. ..........-.w.- and other heavy freights La doing business again as of old chronic coBstlpaUoa by

Ar. I _.._AlI.OlL.-U city and Alexandria. Luckily, and am still gaining daIly" Beat the liver and bowel ut
'<.. lObb II 16 a a mj--- L..-..-..-"--.-..-..'."",.' "" _.'AILOA.U ... ... the national goverment has tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed natural action of tit

.r 1105 a.. ,M.:=..... ... .._..._....Jlayo..._. .. to It that the Potomac River has by Barclay & Groover druggists. Laxative Fruit Sm ta ?,

U 30 m.: t ll;; Lr._...... -- .Msio 5.6 _... -- kept in a splendid condition for Price. 50c. dw. seate or gripe aad is mft

I \' Lv.___.._.._. _- this far up, and the result I ant to take. Rtttt*
11 10 a m' t UloID ;
1. I
L._ ......-.Salt!ua4_ traffic on the river never has I Score Another for DeFuniak. City Pharmacy -
113am 4 5pm 9.2i This illustration of
so heavy.
t 1146am. 30pto 1....._.__Aazkld- I river Improvements mean to a For a number of years the famous 4

L. ..-.Char O..........-. Battle Creek Sanitarium has been FOL kt
and
11 54am i 37pm s-. is a striking one, un- ,
L... .Srrn. have effect contemplating the establishment of stops tba r.
will a salutary j
3206.m 5 27pm ----- I +I
L.__._--Fenhdtuwar soZ Congress. The national law- I a branch somewhere In the South

i liam b iiipm Denmark 2.6 _. ._. at the next session will have and the mater would have been con- A LIQUID GOU
12 Zt a DI i U ; sumated some three years ago but
number of bills
.1811.-- .._..l"eIT1..._ a apper-
t t -AMD_
. ru m 160 to the waterway develop I for a disastrous fire, but now the mat-

r r The expenses of the new In- ter has been taken up again, anda LAXAT1VECOUGH
(a) Telecnzh or Teleplw St,Ho.. (f! KU" 5ta o... tr Waterways Commission will representative was In Florida this

.A...cy Statioa. 0 T winter looking for a suitable place
F .. to be appropriated while an
aalS" Genera .r Aoe..Lt :
I general appropriation bill for visiting many places In1 South Flor-
i
r the work already begun ida, one of which, we are Informed
,1 making provision for further de 1 I offered a bonus of $40,000 for its THE

H TO THE ; : work, will have to be establishment there, but Ideal health NEW

The National Rivers and conditions were the prime considera-

I Congress is not relinquish tions, and when the representativewas IDEA

; efforts to induce Congress to here some four weeks ago, De
I '
i i an annual appropriation of Funlak was practically decided upon

: .OOO so that work on the riv- as the place. But few: people even

r harbors of the country may knew of the visit, but some of the TaO K4 Ctonr Hiiuai.u4-.0* lilt

: steadily and scientifi energetic T. I. A., members found It ,
"A CoW or a Coyt# ...,.f
t c I' out and it is to them, second only ;, daces censtip ri.o-tba vW U to the healthfulness and water of De- ; BM and lhr..l lacteal II k*

I row in the office of the Sup- Funiak, that the location of this institution ,| .f the oyatan through IM thtritfaP
r the want of moiatw*th.V Mar
Architect of the Treasury is due, and as said before dry aM brd." Nearly ali.Ill.e
;r via the I I.
i the employment of a negro It is.practically an assured fact.- COMtlpattfif !J ILa4
Is still in full swing. DeFuniak Breeze. '' OpUtes. ICaooa y o Uutlv IM.
Tar mows tM biowsis oocslstsr

.1: !antic DElIOCRAT'W positions draughtsmen and others have are resigned said Why KENNEDYLAXATH

taking similar action. have a tortid liver when Herbine_ the

the political pot beginning to only liver reguator will help4 you?

Secretary Cortelyou hesitates to There is no reason why you should .
People all Florida the utvsT.ns.
over sc
any action looking to the remov- suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation

i ple Fo13:r" for schedules to the I the colored man, for the effect Chills and Fever or any liver com- I HONEYSB9"

have on the negro vote. The plaints, when Herbine will cure you.

t t daily trains each way, with through I that was drawn, asking for F. C. Waite, Westville. Fla., writes: I R.lCv.a Colds hy v tel
of the negro, has been "I was sick for a month with chills c( the tyaiani thrtufh....

cars. some place by the Sec and fever, and after taking two bot-f the bowola.
_a Rd.... Ceaths, y
and nothing further has been ties of Herbine, am well and heal- |
Season and fifteen strengthening the mansthe
sixty days days I "
of it. tty. Sold by Suwannee Drug Com- tlv04..cb..lwIc.: sea

, on sale daily from April JOth to pany. dw tot Ct vp. WkdopiaIaSa CllL\Ia

r Coach excursions at very low rates. S. L. Bowen, of Wayne, W. t .o BiMcatti*. aU II
t writes: "I was a sufferer from INDIVIDUAL TOWELS. Cold, Loaf sat BiMckiti
For further information see your I disease, remedy U iul U Koutlfli
so that at times I JIouy&a4 Tara Clildraa DI,
--- -- --- --- -
or write, Frank C. Boylston, District not get out or !.ed, and when The Drummers of Wisconsin Make -
Pvt sp is 2Ss,$Oe.w0 N.00era.rT
lantic Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla. : I could not stand straight. I War on Hotel Feature K a.O.oewta O .
Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol-
Madison, \\'is., April 10.-The Wisconsin -
: and part of the second Sold' by Qty
State Convention of the Trav- -
"
me entirely. Foley's Kidney eling Men's Protective Associationof '


: Live Oak, Perry I .total works wonders failures.. where City others Phar-dw.I annual America session.has assembled In this cityin .I Y'HONEYArmT

"Individual towels" is the slogan
Railroad
I Good and Suthrfrnt Cause. of the Wisconsin organization, and '
SCHEIKTI.K KFK2U-IIVK .() : the delegate from this State to the
(From Puck)
national
-- gathering will carry the T
-- 'able-Th' very Idee of two slogan to that body. ,

'tail and Pass ::::-F; L and Pass!! i 1 like you a-fightin'! Ain't you The war on roller towels Is a fierce
, ___ ;-1"t\T'O ;. t
o' yerself Uncle Reub one, and will be !
:-4(.1 : r3.1 I! NoI. ': ; 1. re' assly wagedby
Daily SunIas 9n1Y tsiy ..:-ur.1+ _____-__ i ? the traveling men Wisconsin.. Ths origin I
A. s. : Y. M. P.M. Reub (still in the ring)-No The loing towel which
is
lye Lava : 1.er. ; found In
j I
II J5 .5i Iv I L-ft ,.. He 'lowed his roomytism hurt many hotels, swung over a roller in i LAXATIVE cough
9 3.05 : .. .
: :: 4 !:.ch s.. ,
S i; I tl1 I a (O I.I -. Stt.r .. -. I nine did, dad blame him! tie wash room, especially in the
1.:
A'7 3011 .
For cr'us, tli .t
smaller i cough
: s. : :; : IS 1'f.'r.: ... towns Is to be doomed. : trouble No -..
e %i4 / l 5) r-1' : l An Insidious Danger There Is a bill in the r .a.
Wisconsin .
tr. : gd fAr 3.55 I fir. "' I Good oreverybody: ta r
: r .b.rr. l'a L. '
Lv. ss L. 3.50 R : Legislature which
8 Stl I....-.-..... -- 4 IS ....:chancy ..... I ; ? of tie worst features: of kid- provides that ho- The |.nutiMFOLEY'S
8 52 ..___ .-_i. 4. 11 .. ... tels and similar places by other
S E7> ,.-_..N 4. 29 Mayo.leU Junction :::: :::::: is that It is an Insidious must have bed sheets names I HOM!:Y aM

S: .u ...--........ ...'A;: : ;: ....Day._.. e and before the victim realizes shorter than nine which are no Yellow package lieiaasPrepared

tsi I.........- .-.._ $43 ........$ilo...__ he may have a fatal mala- feet in length. A only 15
j I' !10 5 t.-:::::: ..:::'::=i 112 4 a: I ..Town--ea3 Smith. ::' I Foley's Kidney Cure at the of clean the sheet for every guest is a part I Fol., Com an,.
9 J.i ......... :i 21 I I.. Fen!olloway-' sign of trouble as it corrects ir- provisions in the bill.
':. .... ..... ... .i' I I.. CityC. PharIlOtEYt
10St1 -
,-v.. 'r.. Ss0 I .._..Y..rr)' ... : $ and prev pts Bright's
,
.. 10 1.1.I ......... "--'..I La'apton liP'. I I e -and diabetes. City Phar- Tliis May Interest .

-- dwA Xo one is immune from Kidney :!D1

MAYO and .\L TO trouble, so just remember that'Foley's J __ Mahe. 1U4ae). aa4 ..,../.,.

__.V: ;ibViixfl. Horn Financier. Kidney Cure will. stop the Ir- \.
'
()
regularies and I W. Its
I I cure
any case of
kid-
The New York Journal
.*,.v>en.rer -I'rt. s :3 4'arwYrt amf Fast. 't r' ". ) ney and bladder trouble
,' 1_ 1 rws7 Ody.I>ac y eft San.iaUy! aougun' j 1)17; j the reach of medicine. City
--- you my poor man?
( I -. Pt
F. M. ,V M. KM" A. | I ; armacy. dw. -
lease i l.e.e i Lmure mum, I notice the younger
;.W !: S :A !! .2 I I:ltOWlIlS rar1..1 $ i : TaiIeriflg d roe a'
"-It) I :, is the more money she gives .
1S 4.4 -''' Lion i i NOTICE. antesstore. ( tc"I
i
&g :3: i t: dirk 7 : and the older and
:
i .. tyterson I i uglier The Board of tin .......
County
A ..r. 1f.I ) ..H the CommissionV I a ;
< t ll:4VO e stingier she gets. A dol- -
44; I-.r W'1..t Ac : (J Alton LT i of Suwannee County .--
,
__ P. M___-_A. M__- F_IS-- j ___ A._: I Oh, thank you, miss!" meet at the Florida, will
... .. ,. t Court House of saId I "M- ,.
I .
e K.-.WJ ?.ttr >I1'.cm :a.a- w Par;' i..lltrL.
vvr innx"iiai'> a. :'*> >91.U1t.* iHlt..r 11.._ .......... or County, on Thursday, April 11th at
'..;. 17. It- trims S..KII.<. Ln Oak Doing Business Again 11 <%. m., for the : : DR. CMAS t fAVETERIN
or II'I \- ') );\...PII... :or..A...... R P my friends thought I was fog Clerks and purpose of appoint
Inspectors for
..
to take leave of this the
'I
world, on election
: :
to be held May 2nd, 1907. ,
ADVERTISE IN of indigestion, nervousness By order of the Chairman.J. !
THE \ general debility," writes 'A. A. W. BRYSON' '\ ; ; at Solicits 70ur rV----=-...ffll.
Chisholm, Treadwell0.. Y., "and This Clerk. reaIdeaee 'll':
April 9th, 1907.
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Moral Panics. By Prof. George E.4Den professors. Except for the -possible i this evening with.a turn'ot flan.

tendency to Increase the number of There is some very close watching

\!) (From the Chicago Banker) professors there is no danger in the done by some of the girls around.

It Is human nature to become pan Carnegie millions. The Astorfor- the postoffice of evening when the
'
tune Is going Into New York skyscrapers mall comes In. All right, girls.
e-stricken, when.confronted by phenomena -
a DUTY and as they are exceptionally There are some people,, who are -
; rt which we do.not understand, ,well built and. therefore, not I sadly mistaken when they think they "

IIls raiZ7b to TrMnhtm or conditions which we do not appreciate liable to fall there Is no danger In know everything. And there are a -
and to vent our feelings that direction. The Vanderbiltshave 'great many that think they know

upon the nearest Iminaginary cause. ceased to dominate the rail- :.some things that they do know andIf
., sa w. ktaa.v.rCtZ's When we feel blessed we selcet the roads coupled with the family name. they do know what they say they
most convenient being for worship,; Their money is in Blue Ridge castles know they ought to tell it.MORE.
When we feel cursed we pick out and--- conservative investments that--- do I I ANON.

D. cE.AcBY 4-i# \ 1 I some handy victim to punish. not Interfere with automobiling. --I II
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yrD EWvCT ct uxr In dark ages and dark countries Rockefeller fortune is still in evidence Don't Put oft
millions of people have been terrorIzed I but Rockefeller himself is no for tomorrow what you can do to
t rt to GO fts.t sL't d-a? Ikablo.03az e "by eclipses of the sun and voo- longer autocrat of oil. He. too, is I day. If you put off buying a bottle

t Ct.- dooes slaughtered to satisfy popular I turning to conservative Investments. of Ballard's Snow liniment, wb.a '
tlto't' the.t.-zi I
yKk' put your w$ on. w tr#,L #- y' b'' : frenzy. Within a few weeks the I Some of his money Is understood to :that pain comes you won't have any,
D. th to-a.av ay o+r, .
,..it to world has witnessed the spectacle ofa be paid as brokerage to a prominentNew 'I.' buy a bottle today. A positive cure

king Idolized because he came to York stock exchange house to I for Rheumatism Burns Cut. r
Mount Vesuvius when the eruptionbad be spent in part by the special part- Sprains Contracted Muscles, eta. T.

LIVE OAK DRUG COMPATTST. begun to lessen. What might ner in reforming New Jersey. Who I S. Graham Prairie Grove, Ark., i
have happen to his majesty, if he had says that is not a good work? Mil- writes: "1 wish to thank >ou for
-- --- --- -. --- -- lions of Rockefeller
arrived when the eruption started. money have goneto the good results I received* from
lI IiI ''I : I' "dll, I IIII 1 II I !t We smile in self-conscious superi- colleges and churches, and other Snow Liniment. It positively cured i
*
a ority at our brethren in darkness but millions will doubtless follow, as me of Rheumatism after others bad
NOTICETo tave we ourselves wholly emerged talk about taint is usually for the failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug }

I i from the savagery which becomes benefit of the back seats and not the Company. dw ,

Contractors and Prospective Builders: panic-stricken in the presence of mars. la view of all this and the
things new and strangers? At pres- additional fact that the male heir Is Cotton Grower's Meet at O'Brien.

ent we are in hysterics over great a religious rather than a financialenthusiast
The Cotton Growers' Associationof
THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.
corporations and great personal fortunes any public danger from O'Brien met at 10 o'clock, a. m..
Their size frightens us, and
disappearit In in regular session.It .
will furnish you your Lime, Cement, BuildingsandPlaster we are making them a moral issue. was ordered that the secretary

Laths and all kinds of Brick. We demand of concentrated wealtha is easy to talk about conditions notify all subscribers to the ware-
but what ought we to do? In the
higher standard of ethics than we
White Sand Lime Brick.. Ask for house to meet at our next regular
SPECIALY prices.
OUR : demand of distributed wealth. It Is first place we ought to cool off. We meeting and pay in to the Treasurer ,
all right for us little fellows to crush ought to see that utilization Isbetter the amount subscribed by each one.

our competitors If we can but our than destruction. Most persons, ar- It was moved that the treasurer be
Live Oak Brick & Co.
The Supply
I Ila bg neighbors must not.Ve may tificial as well as natural need occasional oonded in the sum of $1,000, to be
regulation, but with exceptions -
donate money for the political purposes rare a,'roved by the Association.
: "Uu:=n= m lm "'f' II HI 1 I III lilt but they must not. : there is in them more good W Fletcher J. W. Wells and J.

--- ---- We are in a moral panic, but it is than bad. We oought to realize X. Earnett were appointed as a
all about our big brothers' morals, that the leaders of men are largely s
biiilding committee for the ware-
'YeOakBrok & Commission Co. and not our own. We are hunting what their followers make them and house.
rage tt and of In-
at legislators captains
millionaires to indict as some of our I:. A. Sessions was chosen assistant.
ancestors hunted witches to burn.We dustry are oftener creatures than cre- -jCTe'ary..
have killed one insurance magna ators of their surroundings.. We .
,It was moved that the next regular
'e, made a nervous wreck of an- ought to show more confidence in our
meeting be held at 2 o'clock p. m.,
Flour Cigars other, and banished others of less sensitive fellows; to constantly question the sharp, on the 4th. Saturday in ApriLNo
natures to the boulevards of motives of others reflects upon our other business the meeting ad- t

|S iktti Come, Oblisk Anita Ferninder Paris-all because they did In a big own. We ought to see the shallowness journed. W. D. BARNETT..
way the things, which most of uc of class distinctions and ani- F. G. HALL President.

are doing, or trying to do, in a small mosities when every great sorrow or Secretary.
The dividIng line Is drawn at joy obliterates them and demon-
[When eat good br such as these brands way.
you
size, and not at sin. strates the kinship of all mankind. Notice to Voters.In .
Public morality has Its floods and Human nature, with all its weaknesses -
and drink of coffee of IMPERIAL
bake a cup ebbs like the tides, and men are gen- is the image of divinity. We ord r to be qualified to vote In
erally what circumstances make ought to more fully feel that God is the special election Slay 2nd. your ,
make, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this them. A moral flood will producea still running the world and that :ol taxea must te paid on or before

while He permits calamities and bereavements Satnrijay. April Ut!:. Under the I
Washington or a Lincoln, and a
brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new moral ebb will produce their opposites which we cannot understand _law pan taxes must be paid on 'or

A moral flood will' producean He is presumably running it before tbe second Saturday In tile
man. well.If. month next preceeding the election.A .
Alexander Hamilton and moral
:' edd will produc can Andre. The we will do a little less cursing
:and little thinking, the ; Hare Old Bird.
present moral ebb has demonstratedto a more pres-
[Chewing Gum Coffee t a greater or less extent almost ent dark spots in the commercialsky From the Kansas City Journal.

I jvery body in the swim, and it is in- will disappear, and the next Among the interesting assets which
Taffy Tola Globe, Imperial} consistent for little black kettles to moral panic will be less acute. Moran has to its credit is a goose

throw muck at big black pots. Few which has reached the mature age of
of us are black at heart, althoughour Good Judgement seventy-oae years.

surfaces may need scouring. is the essential characteristic of men This oldest inhabitant of the fowl

ive Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. We have known for years the railways ind woman. Invaluable to good tribe in Allen county is owned by
been James Mr. has
have supplying us business men and necessar to fconso Strong. Strong
with government as well as transportation I wives. A woman shows good judge owned it for many years and is great
and that certain other institutions "en when she buys White's Cream ly attached to It, and does everythingto
IVOR'S PROCLAMATION I as strong as Gibraltar have Vermifuge for her baby. The best make its latter days pleasant.
In Your Laundry Workwe Notice is hereby given that at the i been writing legislation as lavishlyas worm medicine ever offered to moth- There are. of course, reasons other

next General City Election of the they have been writing life Insurance .rs Many indeed are the sensible than those of sentiment why this

City of Live Oak. Suwannee County Not until recently however Mothers, who write expressing their goose is safe from being served up
Florida, to be held on the first Tues- '''I'has this knowledge cumulated in phobia :ratitude for the good health,of their as a table delicacy.In .
day In May A. D. 1907. at the We are scared by the financial i ch-'ldren, which they owe to the use 1871. when William Jones left
Council Chamber, and in manner and elephants, but we do not know how I of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold Iowa for Kansas a friend gave him
form as prescribed by law, the fol- often, and how thoroughly the finan- by Suwannee Drug Co. dw* a goose which was thirty-five years
lowing municipal officers of said cial elepbants get scared too. It is old at the time. It was regarded as
City are to be Toted for and elect fear rather than greed that maintains a faIrly venerable bird then, but it
\V lmarth Not**.
tcwitA Mayor, a Clerk, Treasurerand legislative agents at political capitals.It stood the hardship of pioneer life in
Assessor, filled by same person; is fear rather than greed that pro- Well, we are having some cold Mien county with no complaint
a Tax Collector; a Marshal and dates campaign funds. In fact, the wIndy weatter, following a nice rain When Newt Strong married a nieceof
Sanitary Inspector filled by same per- trusts have so many human weak- nd gardens would do well if the Mr Jones he gave them the goose.

son; and an Alderman from Ward ncscethat we may almost imagine winds were not so cold. They wouldbe V a'er they moved to Iowa and left

I No 1. an Alderman from Ward No. trey have souls. fine. 'te goose with James Strong who
2, an Alderman from Ward No.3; W" are more or less familiar with Corn and cotton are up, ready for still has it. '. .5J 1
an Alderman from Ward No.4; 1 e causes that have created'the large work.
we feel sure we can give you the an Alderman from Ward No.5; an ::pTa'ions. but we do not know The cross-tie railroad and saw- __ TO AUGUSTA. GA. i"
greatest satisfaction. There Is an Alderman from the City at Large; b<> forces that mey be working to- mill men are wanting hands and com- .
added stiffness and glorious gloss that cannot hire them Daily through Pullman buffet
a also one Bond Trustee to fill ex- rrd tl.eir disintegration. We reas- plain they
put upon our work that enhances the pired term of C. A. Ilardee. Alderman on without the due consideration of Some of the farmers say they have sleeping car leaves Jacksonville Fla. .,
PPPearance and lengthens the life ofYour from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to the unknown and unexpected. Alcohol quit trying to hire a negro to work. at 8:D5 p. in. via Atlantic Coasti
linen. Bring your Shirts Collars fill unexpired term caused by removal may ruin the oil business. The The Suwannee river continues to P 'anJ arrives Augusta the next j
,Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, White andFanny I from Wards and resignationof utilization of sunlight may kill the fall lower and lower and the fish are nso'D nat 7 40( a. m. For Pullman; I

Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our incumbents. coal trade. Inventions and discoveries still looking for that worm that lures ,'p.-l'vatJous.! see the Atlantic Coasti j
hanffdry' and you will have them : Given under my hand and seal yet unmade may contain the them from their nook, beneath which it:i agents or write to Frank C. +
4 lckly and carefuly done In satisfactory hook that is Qo\Nton.. District Passenger Agent.
a : the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907. death germs of the strongest trust. Is hid the fatal suspen-
manner at a satisfactory (Seal) :\1. E. BROOMS There may moreover, be an economic ded to a pole by means of a strong Florida.Atlantic! Coast Line Jacksonville.. _j
rrtce.. i
t Mayor City of Live Oak limit to successful magnitude. The line in the bands of some one thatis
i I Suwannee County, Florida. greatest political combinations of the fond of the taste of good fish.
1! :fast have gone to pieces. In like Mr. Lee Hardee is quite sick. He Strictly Correct
live Attest:
Oak Steam Laundry. i S. P. MAYS, Clerk manner modern commercial combi- is supposed to have measles. There Miss Chicago--This gloomy poet

PHONE 139.' I Live Oak. Florida. nations may collapse from their own has been some few cases of that_ disease says: "When graveyards yawn"Isn't
weight Except for general prosperity in our community that terrible?
CITY BARBER SHOP. '; J. F. WEBB some of them would already have The freight train was wrecked on Miss Boston-In what way? You
done so. The trusts are new things. the Luraville spur this morning. didn't think he would say when
We have, opened up a barber shop PAPER HANGER-and DECORATOR Only time can demonstrate their des- However little damage was done "graveyards gape," did you?

Oa Ohio avenue, in the White build-i I Will be glad to furnish estimate tin We can but theorize and one and everything was soon in running

tag and solicit the patronage of the on work, and will guarantee satisfaction thor> may be as good as another. order again. 'The New tire Fool and Drug Law.
white
People. Shop Is newly fitted at best prices. Reference S. Danger to the public from great I The section foreman has not succeeded \\e are phased: : to announce that

tI"Pytnd everything kept neat and \. Hinely Live Oak. Call at Demo- personal fortunes is not anparent. I in finding any hands as yet. E oley'. Honey and Tar for coughs,
1L Tat office Consider the four that are popularly We are at a loss to know why he colds and lung troubles is not affected

!cQue -Miss Fay Stewart, of Jasper, was supposed to be largest. Andrew cannot keep hands. by the National Pure Food and
n & Griffin. here yesterday visiting her aunt Carnegie is devoting himself to education Mr Thad Minis has lost his mule. Drug law as it contains no opiates or

Mrs Wasdin. Miss Foy is a frequent with occasional lapse into osculation It died last Sunday. other harmful drugs and we recom-
f lmirc-l His is going Into Mr Calvin Chancy was here from mend it safe
[A1'1R visitor to Live Oak and has many money as a remedy for children -

4.1Lr: ,."" all.,., .I'h ;.. .. ...t admiring friends here. libraries and pensions for college Helton's mill today, and went home and adults. City Pharmacy dw* .
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(Continued from page one.) and provide for the reduction of re- (Continued from page one.) I: TAn:
Union-from SPringSUits'
the other side their persistence In at- presentation of states In proportionto in every State of this .

: tempting. defeat the second senate the disfranchisement of males over Canada to Mexico from the Atlantic. ., \- -.r' '.. ., .iJ Q, ...' ,

amendment might be construed to the :age of twenty-one years except to the Pacific." Says He Typifies Spirit-of Roosevelt. Bft

Imply that they were afraid something as' a punishment for crimes. The resolution Dementia American. Cincinnati;(1".'April il.--Congressman .

t: would be uncovered by the* In- was made a special order --Ah gentlemen," said Drift Delmas. Nicholas\ Longworth. returned tand [lYo

vestigation. If the committee were for Tuesday. the alienists home from Washington yesterdayIn ,
turning '
given the necessary powers. Senator West, of the First district dramatically, Interview he declared himself
"If an at
who testified for the prosecution. $15 $
Mr. Reese of Escambla, opposed introduced a bill to allow the legis- for this species of in favor of the nomination of Secre- ]
desire a name ,
you
reconsideration the second lative committee to Interrogate per-
deeming Taft the Republican candidatefor
as
tary
let suggest It-call It de-
Insanity me
amendment necessary to give the sons appearing before them In the interest mentia.Americana. That Is the spe- president. He said that his opinion $20.

committee adequate powers at the of and measure as to what Interest was personal, and that he spoke

same time saying he did not believe they may have in the matter, cies of Insanity which makes every only (or himself, but that he believed that we are offering W.
his home to be
to believe
American convince
there was a more honest citizen of and whether they are acting as paid I that Taft. In the eyes of the people every man -"k -
.
sacred that.is the species Insanity them
Florida than Governor Broward, the attorneys. This was warmly indor- I : typified the Roosevelt administration. thaf they are wpm-"

: chairman of the board of trustees.Mr. sed by Senator Beard, who declaredit .I which makes him believe the honor Longworth said:' "The great the greatest vain** **,?

" Farris. of Duval made a veryeloquent the best bill that has been introduced -II.of his daughter Is sacred which;makes that Is him the question Mr. before the people in the next popular price :-i;
insanity
speech In favor of reconsideration in this legislature. species will be the If yon want a I5Cal\
In opinion
!.believe the,honor "of his wife Is sacred election ray .
iI saying that he himself The Governor transmitted to the
that Is the specie of Insanity approval or disapproval of politics as e r
; the of the trusteesof ; t
would be glad if all the drainage legislature report the legislative and executive
registered by
him believe the whosoever -
which makes
A- operations were discontinued, and he the State reform school which was
of this
branches government
believed the legislature and the people ordered spread on the Senate Journal.A Invades his home, that whosoever
the ad-
: of his thresholdhas for the past eight years under
stains the virtue
of Florida felt the same way. that relatively small number of bills
of human ministration of President Roosevelt.It .
I' the people had already gone on record and resolutions were introduced in violated the highest ,
the seems to me that after the president -
the appeal to
laws and makes
i against the scheme but this the two houses yesterday. Speakerpro ,
there be for himself there is no living man
of God If
i was a different proposition. The tern Knowles of Monroe. presided mercy mercy
: legislature was voting to employ over the house of representativesfor hit anywhere In the unverse. who so thoroughly typifies in the eyes
of the people the'spirit of Roosevelt -
:1 t counsel to assist in an investigation a hort while yesterday being "That Is the species of insanity
: .
j, { wherein nothing had been adduced to called to the chair by Speaker Mat- which has been recognized by the. as William H. Taft. There is
, who can be better trusted to
no one
i chow that counsel-he called atten- thews. courts In the cases of -

!L tion to the word being in the pluralwas Rev. Crawford Jackson, of Atlanta. Mr. Garvin was on his feet with an carry.out many of the great reforms ti-M
objection, saying that the argumentwas which will be necessarily Incompleteupon
t necessary, and for which cddressed the house of representatives -
of President i ia ir is
the retirement
1, I money would have to be voted fromt Tuesday evening in their hall taking too. wide a range.
March 9. 1909 as can William
t t the general fund of the State, it could which was crowded with members of "You understand said JusticeFitzgerald Roosevelt.:

t it not be taken from the Internal Imj"f' the two houses and the public gen- to Mr. Delmas. H. Taft. His record has: been

!- r provement Fund, but would have to erally. The address was the second The latter waved his hand and without a speck, his character with-

be levied by direct taxation upon the in a series on Juvenile Reform relat- I tarred again to the jury. out a flaw, his abilities as a jurist

"Remember gentlemen, the law and as an administrative officer have
people. The committee could hold ing specifically to juvenile courts ,
down the amounts to be paid clerical and tonight a meeting will be held at is a human law.; I violate no law been so distinguished as to have already -
t' I when I ask to take the oldest of placed him in the ranks of the
the you
f assistants, but the fees of counsel. Baptist church to formallyrganize
I all laws tte golden law-'Do unto to very great men In the history of this
could be regulated only by the o en association here in the interests -

I 1- amount involved, and by the responsibilities of juvenile reform. others: as you would have them do country. I firmly believe that if the
of Ohio stand by William -
nnto you.? Republicans
assumed, which in the jpre-
! sent case would be great indeed. Mr. CVBA LIPRK .AGAIN 1 II. Taft, he can be nominatedand
t "
f Watson expressed the opinion that New York April 10.Chargedwith elected.

X no fee for attorney in the investigation The ('r.:tNI States Will Turn O\er the responsibility of deciding judge's charge and could not suppress -

would exceed $500. and asked The Government to The Island. j i the fate of Hary K. Thaw the jury his feelings. He left the courtroom -

Mr. Farris if he, should he be a member Havana,' April 10.-It appears now 'I wMch since January 23, has been sittIng .

i of that committee would con- that July 4, 1908 will be the date !i 1 in judgement on the young slayer dejected.In

sent to an agreement for extortionate when the control of Cuban affairs is j I of Stanford White, retired at 5:17p. Fear and Doubt.

fees to which Mr. Farris replied thatno given back to the Cuban people. m. today to begin the consideration All confidence and cheerfulness

attorney in the State of Florida The Liberals are anxious that the I I of their verdict. Six hours later which were so strongly In evidence

would be willing to make a rate in final elections be held in December I ttev had failed to reach an agreeTueit yesterday has disappeared. Fear

advance in such a matter. Mr. Mac- 1907 and the government turned I and shortly after 11 o'clockv and doubt had supplanted them. A MICH ActWrcxt

Williams called his attention to the over May 20. 1908 tbe anniversary ee locked up for the night in the complete change had come over him FINE CLOTHlft?'=

fact that suit could not be brought of the inauguration of the first Cu- jury room of .the croimlnal court by the time the judge had concluded a%

against the State without the consentof ban republic; they also want the mu- building. q his charge. He began to realize

the legislature, and Mr. Farris replied nicipal and provincial elections held HopelesslyDivided.. that real danger menaced him; that Suit for business or dress tte>
that this was true but that the simultaneously. The Conservativeson look and fit as If mad to
The reply from the Jury room was his acquittal was by no means a certainty -
State would be in awful the other desire then you shouldn't fall to ti*
an positionif hand that the and he
strongly negative. The Jury was as, was led out of the
having authorized by legislative final elections be held later than next said to be hopelessly divided and courtroom the debonair style which see these three After
resolution, its comlttee to employ December and that the municipal In the noted
none of those Connected with the marked his entrance yesterday .morning
counsel, it should refuse to pay their and provinvial elections be held six
case tonight would venture the hopeof had entirely disappeared.
e claims. Mr. Reese replied briefly to months In view of this divergence
apart. MICHAES-SmJ
anything better than a disagreement If the verdict should be of acquit
Mr. Farris, explaining to the house: of desire, that a compromise
at the climax of the longdrawnout tai on the ground of insanity the disposition -
that the resolution did with wil result in the
not carry turning over
trial. Harry Thaw sat in thprisoner's e of the prisoner would rest FINE CLOTH
it an appropriation and that this wasa of tbe control of Cuban affairs on with Justice
pen adjoining the deserted Fitzgerald. Thaw bay-
matter for the house to pass on the American holiday is probably.It courtroom ,during the long hoursof I ing already been declared sane by the You will find the style a1Q

later. is konwn that Secretary Taft insists the jury's deliberations. By his report of a commission which JusticeFitzgerald the finish and the fit of till> ,
Mr. Willis of Levy, said that If a thorough consid :
upon census
side was his wife, and his counsel, has approved and confirmed your size at every price, >i
the amendments were allowed to ering such a step absolutely neces who remained with him until all hopeof It would seem that the prisoner you want them. Details:
stand he was afraid it would be necessary sary before successful elections can
a verdict tonight was abandoned. must be released.
to appoint another investigating be held. single ubreasted
I Judges Charge. Thaw at 10:30 p. m. was In thprisoner's e : -
committee at a latter date to investigate This undoubtedly will require more
r pen on the second floor of
the special counsel. Roll than four months, the estimate of The judge's charge lasting about the AltplcS In aU the
I courthouse with his wife. Mrs.
call on the motion to reconsider time therefore made by the Liberals. an hour was a concise outline of the Spring s fIles ..
George L. Carnegie, his sister, Mr.
stowed 37 ayes and 24 nays. Consequently the municipal elections law and gave to the jury the alternative ric-etrect&-gray and _
Carnegie, Josiah Thaw
and
The first amendment was concur would fall in October or November, I of rendering any one of the following of his counsel. members worsteds, cassimcres. the

red in without opposition, and the but as December is the month for four verdicts: tweeds-coustom-tallortd nj

roll was called on the motion of Mr. rarvesting the sugar crop it is recog I Murder in the first degree; murder .' ished equal to $30 to or***
)I! STATE
SENATOR.Seventeenth .
Reese to concur in the second amendment nized that elections in October or November Jc the second degree; manslaugb- made suits for your eeJeoo
.
25 voting aye and 38 no. The are impracticable as they 'er la the first degree, or not guiltyon tlon at onlyA ,1

vote was as follows, being given in would pretty thoroughly dlorganize the ground of insanity. The stat Senatorial District.

1 full because It represents the "line the community at just the time when ute governing the plea of insanity Tile friend of Mr. J. B. Johnson I all the

up" at the close of the most warmly the greatest number of men are need was defined clearly much stress being Lereby announce his name as a candi t( SIM styles la

contested issue yet raised in this ed in the fields. laid on the fact that an irresisti date for State Senator, and earnestly gle and dos

legislature, and one that has hold The wishes of the planters therefore : ble impulse to kill had no place in the solid the support: of all good, true ted cut;

w i the center of the legislative stagefrom will be heeded and the next :lavr. Democrats at the special election to tailored throughout and

the first day of the session: Cuban sugar crop will be gathered :I The judge also informed the jury be Leld in Suwannee county o cellent, worsteds cheviots, ....,

Ayes--Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Clarke under American control. II I that an illusion unless the illusionif May 2nd. VOTERS. nand tweeds in beautiful _,

Doke, Donegan Dorman, DuPont. true might result in the injury of '- newest color effects;

Geinger. Hartsfield Knight of Citrus Gainesville City Election. Le man suffering from it, could not NOTICE OF ELECTION. the |35 to-meaore-mi f

Know lea, MacWillIams. Malone Gainesville, April 10.The city Ib accepted as an excuse. : To the Sheriff of Suwannee suits, here In all styles :' |
*
Justice County, only <
Matthews of Marion, Melton Millinor.Vorrison. election in this city yesterday resulted I Fitzgerald concluded his State of Florida: .' i
.charge to tbe jury in I
the Thaw
Olmstead case
Peeple Reese as follows: Know ye. That I. H. Clay Craw- the fined
Russell, Smith Wartman Watson, For Mayor-S. M. Davis, 237; W. at 5:15 p. m. and at 5:17 p. m ford Secretary of State of the State At$2fl of high. c O

Wells. Willis of Gadsden-total 26. R. Thomas, 320. I placed the case in the hands of the of Florida do hereby give notice lug In all
jury. In his
Nays-Messrs. Abernethy Avant For l\larstal-Chas Vinkoson, 263; charge he stated that that a styles and *

Baggett. Calkins Carter Cobb Craw B. T. Arnow 278. the presumption of Innocence lies Special Election suitings of finest quality ,.

ford, Decker Dudley, Durrance, Farris For Clerk and Treasurer-J. M. I with the defendant until the contrary will be held in tIe and domestic worsteds, :cis
is county of s
Suwan-
and
proven defined
what
1 Faulkner Griggs, Harvell constituted -
John Dell 469. nee. State of Florida ges and cassimeres-ti4
:son, Jones Kilgore Kirkland W. M. Bradford a reasonable doubt. After on Thursday
Knightof For Tax Assessor- he second In detail 40
every of | toofj
day of
May, A.
D.
defining criminal 1907
homicide ,,
Columbia he said
). Lasslter, Long, McCutc 427. i tre' said Thursday measure-made suits, .pedIt
that homicide which being the
is
!ieon. McKenzie McClellan. 'eel, For Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis not criminal Second for this week
is classed Day of May only !
: as justifiable
Ogilvie. Paul Peadon, RegisterRichbourg 439. I or excusable
Roddenberry and among other things said homicide tor a State Senator of the State of
Snell W.
Taylor For Alderman-J. SPRING SUITS FCR
Thompson, Willis of Levy. Williams. 250; S. J. Burnett 238; manding'l I is excused by insanity. Justice Jorida from the Seventeenth Sea .
Fitzgerald also 'I atorial District of $2.50 TO S7.58
said
Wilson of Calhoun, Wilson of non. 272; A. M. Cushman. charged the jury tha State com
the character posed of the County
of the
victim of
Hernando. S. Graves. 244; S. M. Mixson. 261; furnishedneither nil the Suwannee. to Every suit at every Des f
Mr. Smith of Lake also offeredreconsideration. A. L. Vidal. 261; I. E. Webster 263. I excuse or Justification. vacancy occasioned by the carefully seclected materUl

For Board Public Works to serve "The personal avenger of private 01 death on the fifth day of April 1907,, ored by specialists to re I'j'f'!

This was the most important proDeeding unexpired term of V.'. X. 'Wilson re I cr public wrongs" is not recognized aid Hon.District J. R.ewlan, Senator from keep their shape and fit p $

in the House and the tour' signed--E. J. Baird. 244: W. B. under our law, he said. In every alze-\orfolk. IS< [

of adjournment cut short the routine.I Taylor 236.Children's. Altogether the charge, while con- Testimony Whereof I have ed and slnglo-breasted fed,

In the Senate the committee on I 'Istlng principally of a complete explanation ereunto set my hand and caused the dainty creations in plain '

constitutional amendments reported I St'niCt" of the law was consideredby ..tT,81 the state to be affixed. fabrics for little men of

favorably on Senator Beard's proposed AH parents who are interested in I those who have followed the trial Tallahassee, the Capital, this tbe years.BUTLER.

amendment to the State conttutlon : their childrens spiritual welfare are ;; as adverse to the defendant The Stb day of April. A. D 1907 'z
i attorneys for the (Seal) H. CLAY I _
!! excluding negroes from sal requested to see to it that the meetIIng defendant took exceptions CRAWFORD

tragesthe obect of which is to test for children at the Methodist I because the Judge had failed Secretary of State. 81'"MENS'OUTFJ

regularity of the fourteenth and church tomorrow afternoon att to include any of their prayers. J. RICKERSON..

fifteenth amendments to the constitution o'clock Is not forgotten. Let all the I Thaw Depressed.Thaw Sheriff Suwannee County. Pla:

t of the United States which pro children come. was much depressed by the
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