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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 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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_e. April 12.r-Asain the Havana, April 11.-Secretary of
and the War Taft held a conference today
happened
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with the liberals and conservative
instead as was
of Florida politicians and with men represent
lertly' predicted by many of, re- k ing the business Interests of the Island =.>
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e-to recede from its position In / including a large delegation of
utter of the Investigation of the 1 7 e ..4l bankers. Subsequently Mr. Taft Issued -
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1 Improvement Fund voted 9 the followinc.tatemenL. ,
majority tor c ."Municipal
a- overwhelmingly and possibly provincial
Jlv the action of the House ofeeday elections will take place after, the

when after a most bril- taking of a census. Selections deter-
parliamentary battle led by Relative / / mining the effectiveness of the new

Calkins of Nassau, the ejectors laws general elections for a.

s reconsidered its concurrence ..e, .ayr YiitJ,4 wlistdsnt: vice president and congressmen
*e second of the Senate amend- will follow It all means

i to the resolution providing for considerable delay. The taking oft

nresUgation. census will occupy at least four

tea the message was read from months.. Then one moath will Intervene ,

loose, stating that it had re- before the municipal elections

lered and declined to concur ineeond 1f ; which will bring the first elections
amendment, authorizing 7i not earner than the. middle of Sep-
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tot committee to employ coun- V v f I tember. The, presidential election
eaographers. expert account- Erb will probably be in five or six months. '

etc. it was the signal for; afought depending on conditions.:'
battle to begin. Senator Confers with All Parties. "

L. 8f the Second'author of the While there has been little doubt

B resolution which was tabled r 1. t -Earrymai* an Washington Star. in the United States that the admilK" .,
i House and of the second istration Intended to re-establish the "
"
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acct At flrs\. accepted and 1'). fc' i *"v Cuban republic there has been' so : _
rejected by the House which appointed Senators Beard Buckmanand i Itejing flcaly that he is right and did much agitation here thafc/Miv Taft's
bt.the Home resolution almost West of the First as the Senate A ,ROOSmItt1tNJUfiT'I{} f ;' n1Y' thing that he could do, the I oPen declaration of the government's.

with: his, first Idea offered members of the Joint committee, but president realizes that the episodewilt' intentions Is most important. Mr. 4
that the Senate refuse to Senator Beard arose in his seat.,and 41 be urged against him. I Taft has met the demand for some definite -.

>8emtor-'Beard Incorporated aske4 to be,relieved saying he did \-r ../The president expiated.,to callers programme, but be. declln d,to. .. _
.JlO Ua, requester a j>>m\ not believe the committee could ac- BOMB SAY wr :'MIGHTSKXTDtEXT ''::gF .tb.4e was .mnehimardJbitepBsted: l> z.1he.''tlktea--:'Igr..ihe tleciioas; H .- ':-
cf conference jta BorderJ! cpmpUsb anything without \heamend- _. 15 H : : in 'the survival and iJarrymg';'out'ot aa14ohe ;tivouidpdadbly\ do'so 'sftex<"

teselu t .issittlsiatrt t ;,,.ta ment' in question and'tbelPr1dent* :: Vn FAVORJ! his policies than he is In the vindication returning to Washington. The representatives
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OIIses'which' would incorporate thereupon appointed .Senator Hum- .. I' of himself at this time. Frankly; of the liberal party who
i u to what wawjeeesaary: forshmenttipf phries.' en the committee' and Senator. Y.'U he believes that if'another admlnisrtratl met Mr. Taft this morning demanded ',

: the purposes : -ieardVname, was; dropped\ THINKS IIFS' NOT AVAllABL <>nfolt&wc&e line he has'fpjjowed'thlii r the fulfillment; of the'proffiteasia --" .. ".. .s ...
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i famtlgatlon,and argued_ very Thia.'was"decidedly the feature' I far'1 In la'earnestness and sincerity I made last tall t& remove,the Moderate''' '; ..,
against receding from the the day, In'the douse a letter was I. I history will ,vindicate him and I governors -who had been fraudulent.J..i'

I amendment, the principles of read Congressman, Clark to Representative I what he has done. ly.elected. This matter Mr Taft'turn '. .
bite been so much discussed Dorman. expressing 'his Convinced of Better Fight- jlf He 'Tbe president says he wants a man ed to Governor Magoon. The 'session "f; ,- i

id eon since the first day of the appreciation of resolution of the I Should Ente,.Race -But Might; nominated *who will urge the carrying was pretty hot at tines .,
[it' legislative session. He saidbout House In the peonage matter condemning I I Accept Nomination if,Vn- -'forward of the Roosevelt Ideas The moderate'leaders. were received -. .

the second amendment Barry and containing a .mmoas and policies and wants 1:0.,campaignfor this afternoon and'they were followed -
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[mmittee would be almost pow- most bitter denunciation oj Win. R. I such a man and aid! him in any by the bankers. The latter
ud'tie investigation fright as Hearst. The letter was ordered way be can In securing better relations argued against changing the currency ,

ioihe made at 'all Only such spread on the journal. Washington April IK-While between capital and labor anU,1e from Spanish to American as has

|Testfgation he contended as Both houses transacted consider- there seems to be a* prevalent feeling public and the public utility -.- been proposed. On this point Mr. -

templated by his original rep able routing business and adjourneduntil among public men generally and the porations. Taft made no definite answer.
., would satisfy the people tomorrow. .*" public outside. of Washington that There is little doubt but the presi- The: taking of a census was pro- -

ur the charges that for the President Roosevelt is quietly but effectively dent, while sincere at the time he posed by the advisory commission

s years or more have been Strange Freak uf Cyclone.The planning to succeed himselfin made his announcmnt would at this which consists of representatives of i
st'the trustees 'of the In- the White House it is true that time accept the republican nomination all' the parties and a number Ameri-
cyclone which did damage in
| Improvement Fund, argued the President discusses with callers and an election at- the hands of can provisional officials. They unanimously -
several middle Alabama and. Georgia
sauce to them required such who know him well enough to sug- the people if he thought the people agreed to the plan thinking -
counties late Friday afternoon was
itlgatlon. Without the amend- gest the subject his own unavailability would stand for it and would rally that an honest basis for registration -
guilty of the usual number of freaks
kick the House ,had refused for the place. him In the campaign. could not be procured other
that seem part and parcel of atmos-
mittee would have little pow- It was only a few days ago that he wise. It was intended to hold the
disturbances.A .
ond the purchase. of paper pheric told a casual inquirer that he considered municipal elections in June but Mr.
son of Lemuel Wynn of Queer Varmint is Man
ink. young the attempt to make him iterate i Taft after the consultations today decided
Iter Adams argued Iji reply that Lee county Alabama was leaning on : and reiterate his intention not to Wouldn't there be a roar when men otherwise. There is no chance '

Ikred all the Senators wanted a sewing machine in his father'shouse be a candidate as.a reflecion upon his went home to their meals if they had that the Americans will evacuate the

pestigatlon to be through and when the storm came. The sincerity, and one which he was In- to climb up on a high stool in frontof Island before June. 1908.

It*, and that the powers grant-! house was wrecked and the machine clined to resent and would resent if a table on which there was no Alfredo Zayas will resign the
I committee In the amend'ent! torn to fragments, but the boy- was it was not true that his warmest well- cloth and eat their meals in that presidency of the liberal party but
14 and accepted by: the House unhurt. He had just taken. off his wishers were among those who In- fashion! Yet a majority of men when this does not mean that he will give ';

I which he was the authors the shoes and they were carried a hun- sisted upon urging him to let them they go to a restaurant to eat will up the fight to obtain the liberal nom-
Ittee would have ample powers; dred feet by the wind. The head- put forward his name for the nomina- pick out the highest stool and footboard ination for the presidency of the re
I they should find that they board of a bed in the house was with no cloth on it in preference public.

i anything more they could ap- caught by thee cyclone, and tossed in- tion.The president today told certain of to a comfortable chair and a There Is a great deal of unrest

I the legislature for It. Senator to a swamp a half mile away. A his callers from, the west that evenif cloth-covered table. A man will throughout the island and it is fear-

|a reply conceded that Senator considerable portion of the house was he landed the nomination he was borrow a chew of tobacco and mostof ed that the negroes may take up arms
lifted by the wind and deposited in them will set their teeth into the
I desired a complete investiga- doubtful of his own election and also when the sugar season ends. Theyare
thought the rejection the I the .public road a short distance was he doubtful if the sort of cam- plug right where some other man has a dangerous element, and the hot

I amendment would show the away. paign that would be inevitable wouldbe gnawed out a chew. Offer them apiece heads among them think that American -
iictioa intended to be placed onlutlon. A great many outhouses were de- good either for his party or for of pie at home from which the soldiers can be beaten like the
A running debate stroyed. One or two persons In Lee the country. wife or one of the children has takena Spaniards.The .

Idulged In for a few minutes. county were injured but none very The president was convinced that I bite and they would holler their American army is scattered all

m roll call the following voted: seriously.-Valdosta Times. the fight would be made against him heads off. At home such a fellow over the island. The largest con
>, JMr. President Senators Beard personally and would be a most bit- I will not drink out of a glass or cup centration is at Camp Columbia, fouror

|VCanova. Clark. Humphries Elder J. T. Butler pastor of the ter one. It would turn upon some of 1 from which one of the family has five miles fr omHavana. All over

1TCH1*_?. Nays.,. Senators Second Adventist Christian church the public mistakes he has made and t been drinking. Call him into the the island the soldiers are busy.
h Alford. acknowledgedamong back stall of a dirty old livery barn From post the troops sent
frankly every are
> Baker Buckman, will speak on two yery important sub- which he "
CoUreU and those entitled I pull out a bottle and he will stick out over the country not much
Crane. Crews Grill. jects, next Sunday at 11 a. m.. and his friends so
Henderson. Hudson. Jackson 7:30 p. m. We wish every memberof to talk with him of his, past i the neck of the bottle half way down for scout work as to learn the ground

It. McCreary; .. Massey Neel, the. church to be present at both.I acts. He would be held responsible I|Ibis throat in order to get a swig aftera over which they will have to travelin

..aTrammell.. ,Withers West of services. The public is cordially Invited 1 for the reverses which have come to dozen other fellows have had the the event of future trouble. Mapsare
F81* West of the Fourth and to be present at each service '(,individuals and for the soreness and {j(.,neck of the same bottle in their, being made of practically every 1 ;

f*. The mption that the Sen- and worship with us. We are here to I financiers and the backers of special months.-Bellrilla Times. foot of the Island and when trouble >i

USe to recede was therefore do you all the good we can. At your Interests in all parts of the financial t comes the army will surely be ef-
z bedside in your homes and at the east. The fight would be made 1 D. L. Byrd will form a stock company ficient. *

at Harris, announcing that church. Remember you are always against him' in some quarters on the and re-model the Ethel_ hoteland
*1440 ail he could to facilitate welcome when 'you are. within our. Brownsville episod&and the dismissal add twenty more rooms to the J. T. Hurst, of Padlock was in the 1
r? of the. committee, at once p U-. : ;/' of the negro soldiers. WhIle 'be- same. Hurrah for Lee Byrd. city yesterday on business.1 .

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LIVE OAK DAILY* DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY;' ATMI* IS. 16@?' -

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*. ,* Jest Because ORDINANCE, 1'o. 5 torthe; northern boundary of Wilbur' PROFE
"Pneumonia's Deadly Work
street; ,as It D.04f.*tandy running at I
'I r
: baa BO seriously affected 107 right your cough la only In the* throat and An Ordinance to amend Sections rifht angles to said Ohio avenue 1032

't; lung. writes Mrs. FannIe' Connor; does not trouble yon now don't 1, 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of to feet. to White.street In'White's Addition -
City of Live Oak Florida being an said City of Live Oak Flor-
Whenit
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atention. n.
t think that It needs no
Tenn..
of Rural Route 1, Georgetown. BROWPHYSICI
Ordinance,entitled -"An ordinance to '
Ida} "ex ePUnC.therefrom three feet
of start is the
I -"that I coughed continuously night has not had much a prohibit the running at large oa the across. the northern side of the

1-: and day and the neighbors predic time to check It. The slightest streets of the City of Live Oak of Parshley family burial grounds

oniOnsumptionseemed inevitable cough easily leads to Pneumonia horses mules hogs and goats and .I which Is Included In said description ; i

1 until husband brought home Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle to provide for the impounding and I and within the iron fence Inclosing
my **
of the passed !
same
disposing
will said burial grounds.
Of Ballard's Horehound Syrup UTgQAJC.
i bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
& September 30th 1903. and approved Section II. That condemnation
which in my case preyed to be the cure that cough._ ,The price puts It October 6th. 1903. I'' proceedings shad De-1USW"3ed 3aibe .

I: only real cough cure and restorer of I' within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- Be It ordained by the. Mayor and f name of the City of Live Oak 11-accordance DR.Phpsiciaf ;

weak. sore lungs." When all other i! nee Drug Co. dw" City Council of the City of Live Oak I with, the provisions ot tbte aJj

Florida: Statutes In such case made and provided -
stillf
_0 remedies utterly fall you may Section la. That Section 1. Section .-
able publications of its kind publish- I for the purpose of carrying Office; Carroll
win in the battle against lung and 7 of Ordinance B
2 and Section ,
eded In the United States. It is out the provisions of Section 1 erf II
throat troubles with New DlscoTeiy. ,!printed on heavy book paper and con- No. 16 of the City ot Live Oak. ''this Ordinance. Reaideacj atnom >

f' the real cure. Guaranteed by Barclay '- i I twins thirty-four pages. Is publishedon Florida being an ordinance entitled I Section III. That this ordinance -.Iva lil

f' & Groover, druggists. 50c and the 25th of each month. Each, and "An ordinance to prohibit the run- shall take effect upon Its passage by ............ ; ,
of ning at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the ae.
every department Is in charge an I Dna sas.. :
dw
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$1.00.. Trial bottle free. t expert. No one who has a horse cat- City qf Live Oak. of horses. mules Mayor or upon 1U becoming an .

tle or live stock should be withoutthis hogs and goats, and to provide for ordinance without\he approval of the RB!
the Impounding and disposing of the M.
t- publication. Mayor.
; WONDERFUL CLUB OFFER. .1 -
same, approved October 6. 1903. be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion
MAXWELL'S TALISMAM a handsome and the same are hereby amended soas Robertson and passed bClt7 ;
,
t What,Five Dollars and Seventy-Five 32-page monthly publication, to read as follows: I Council in regular session assembledon A'r1'ORNEY4unou. A

.. Cent Will Do. printed on heavy book paper and "Section 1. Horses mules hogs this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907.
contains many handsome half-tone 41lustrations. and goats'shall not be allowed to run CHAS. H. BROWN :

: t This paper at Quite an expense and It is a publication that at large upon any of the streets.-alles. 'I President City Council. Win pnctiM..aD...;;3 !
deal of work. has arranged a
a great is edited by the Hon. A. C. }Maxwell lanes or unenclosed property'of Attest: =k twsw
I Club offer of fourteen well-known Ax.r.ai
f.. one of the best-known writers in this the.City of Live Oak and that cows S. P.MAYS City Clerk.I .....
Papers and Magazines including the I
L _: LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for country. with No publication Maxwell's In its class shall not be allowed to run at large S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the Pnuc
could compares Talisman. upon any of the streets lanes or City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby
only $5.73. Realizing that we
r largely increase our circulation It for has been published at Chicago. I1L. public highways of the said City or I certify that the above and foregoing L.M.. DIXO: !
seven
f= entered into a contract to use the years. other Unenclosed premises within !Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed -

t Papers and Magazines that compose THE FARM MONEY MAKER Is a the following boundary in said City by the City Council on the 8th day f I

ir" this Club. The Daily Democrat does large handsome publication which of Live Oak. Florida. to-wit: :of April. A. D. 1907, and the same D !

'" not make 'a cent out of this offer. has been running a great many years Beginnig at a point where Irvin lis hereby certified to the Mayor for ,

In fact we lose money but by Increasing in Cincinnati O.. and, contains various and First streets Intersects and run- big approval. ORTOUOAI'r'IA : CaonWoo. -

our circulation we can secure departments in regard to every ning south to where Irvin and Car- I Witness my hand and seal of said : $r _

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

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

fore made an offer that equals ours. special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street thence ). S. P. MAYS. J.Pr3ei

Every paper goes to you for one full home, and also matter that is interesting I east on John street to Church street City Clerk.

year. All are well known and long and of value to every member thence south on Church street to corporation Examined and approved by me ,:.""

r;; established and worth many times the of the family.SOUTHERN. line thence east on corpora- this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. WATCHMAKER 1J 1

., f price we ask. They are from the POULTRY FANCIER. I tion line to White street thence E. BROO IE. Mayor.
I
I!" South. North. East and West. TheirI north on White street to Howard S5yar'i ezs
This Is devoted to
, combined values including the Live and all magazine of its departments poultry and is I street thence east on Howard streetto The Price of Health. I I Good stock of Watches -l lL.

Oak Daily Democrat is over $13.00. published at Atlanta, Ga. Each issuer a point opposite Georgia avenue "The price of health in a malarious .....

I We are only able to make this contains from 40 to 50 pages printedin I thence north to and along Georgia district is just %cents- ; the cost ofa '
will i avenue to the northeast corner of E. ROKEUON.
for short and it posi
a time
very "
magazine form on heavy boek pa Bryson street box of Dr. King's New Life Pills
tively be withdrawn soon. If you : and Georgia avenue
; offered per. Anyone that has chickens pig thence due north along section line writes Ella Slayton of Nomad Ark. JDOBERSON&Sij
want the best bargain ever
eons.. iw>t RtoelL, tnl'lrpV .oaawa. ._ Ifn.lnL.
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yon order the Club now. Do not r-- save to a point opposite Fifth street. New Life Pills cleanse eentlr and Im
will not only but make ---- --- ---
wait for, hesitate too long. 1--- thence west to-and along Fifth street -
you may ,- by having this well-known part new life and vigor to the sys-
? If yon are already a subscriber to any magazine before them. If anyone to Atlantic Coast Line railroad tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed ATTORNEYS.>A]
thence
or all of the papers in the Club your southwest across Atlantic '
takes this publication and does not
at Barclay & Groover druggists dw Will do general
time will be extended one year from Coast Line railroad to First street practice i
say that it is one of the best of its Federal
date of your order. Probably you do kind and is as handsome readable thence west along First street to I Coon

not care to have all of the Papers and and valuable 'a poultry paper as is point of beginning." Gladatoae'a Lack of H_. r. ROOMS Las a LUr4r.asrl,

.Magazines sent. to your address. If published, we will send same to them of"Section II. It shall be the duty It was universally acknowledged that 'PRO.,M.
not can split the Club and have the City Marshal or ,
you three months as an absolute present any deputy Mr. Gladstone's UVEOAK.C :
them'sent ot any number of different MarshaPor policeman of the said memory was prodigious ,

addresses or two or more parties can THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALs City to take possession of and place but there was a certain lord chief

come in together and divide the Club published in Boston and no matter in a pound to be provided for that justice of England who thought the iOLilr i

among themselves. On acount of the what price is paid for a similar publication purpose any horse. mule bog or goat stateman's memory of his feats of Curs .U | frotrfi

limited time that we will be able to no one will be able to securea found by him or them running at memory more prodigious still. On one

make this wonderful offer we will 1 e publication at the same price which large upon any of the streets alleys occasion after listening to what
will equal this It seem-
Is
one. published In
unable to furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and child- highways or other unenclosed property ed to him a "tall story" of some happening .
within : (UNIONSWholesale
in said
anyone. We take pleasure giving City and likewise I
ren and it is worth of the man's
a short sketch of each paper in the many times the take possession of and place in said great early yearsthe
price that Is asked for the entire lord chef
Club. pound any cow found by him or them justice determined to go

THE PLANTERS JOURNAL, of Club. running at large on any of the streets him one better. So he said that be re-

Memphis. Tenn.. is in its seventeenth COLL)1 MAGAZINE is published alleys, lanes, public highways or membered when be was only six

year. It is published monthly on the in New York In magazine form other unenclosed property of said months old and, lying in his cradle he -

15th of each month. Colonel HughL. and is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the bound- saw his nurse surreptitiously help herself JJ'
magazines of its kind aries
Bedford, its editor is one of the ever producedby prescribed In Section I hereof." to a glass of brandy and said to
publisher. It U full of Interesting "Section a
I best-known agricultural writers in the any -, -VII. For catching and himself:
United States. He lives on his model matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ordinance -:
which are prepared by some of the the City Marshal "As soon as I can speak shan't I tell J
farm near Memphis, and also has a shall be entitled "
large cotton plantation in Mississippi best-known writers in the country. to the following fees, namely: my mother: tail Dealers!

and an orange and fruit farm In This magazine will please all, no mat For catching and impounding horses, "Tb9 thin? is absolutely impossible"

Florida. He is ably assisted by a ter how critical they are in regard to mules and cows fifty cents per head, was Mr. Gladstone's comment In hi* 1

large number of department editors I what they read. goats thirty cents per head, hogs one grayest tone. j

special writers and correspondents.The THH PRACTICAL FARMER. This dollar per head. For feeding and The lord chief Justice said afterwardthat da and W

Journal makes a specialty of Its well-known magazine, which is published taking care of such stock while in he bad been beaten because ho

Cotton Manufacturing Lumber and in Philadelphia is not only one pound for horses, mules and cows he had reckoned on Mr. Gladstone
shall having
Industrial Departments in additionto of the most successful of its kind receive forty cents per day per
a gleam of humor.
having full and complete depart- but without doubt one of the most head each, for bogs or goats ten cents

ments of the Home, Garden Fruit, carefully edited papers in the United per day per head each; for advertisIng "I was mistaken." he said sadly. MEAPhone

t Farm, Poultry, Cattle, Live Stock, States. Any farmer, planter, or, in and, selling such animals he shall
etc. It is very readable and full of fact, anyone who has fruits, flowers, receive the sum of fifty cents for Mixed Metaphor.

bright snappy news and contains 32 vegetables, live stock and poultry, horses, mules or cows per head, and Mr. Spurgeon was a keen collectorof .,

pages. will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- mixed metaphors, finding a rich

THE AMERICAN FARMER, of Indianapolis will save them during the year many five cents per bead each. The word field In the correspondence that daily 3

Ind., has been published times the price that they pay for the "hog" under this ordinance shall be overwhelmed him. Two
or three
taken to Include are
twenty-one years and Is ably edited entire Club. "pigs. given la the ComhllL A :
Section Ha lady inciting
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each Issuecontains That this Ordinance
THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEis shall take effect a small contribution for hIs
schools
a full page poem from this in immediately upon de
New Promdt
published York in '
magazine its
passage by the wrote. "I hope this
Council widow's mite
well-known writer. It is published form and contains from 30 to 60 and approval may
r- monthly and contains 24 pages. Thereis cages each issue. This U-known by the Major as to mules, take root and spread Its branches until

no better paper for the home and publication contains many.interesting horses, goats and hogs but shall not It becomes a Hercules in your hands !

farm than this well-known publica stories, and some of the most valu co from into Its effect as to cows until 60 days The pulpit prayers of ambitions pro- anywhereCity.i
passage by the
tion. able articles, which City Council. bationers added 1
are prepared by Passed by City Council in something to the great
SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published well-known writers. Every department session this 8th day of regular preacher's store. One prayed that
April,
at Des Moines, la., and has been Is fully covered by experts in 1907 CHAS. H. A. D. "God's rod and staff may be ours while
S long established. Each Issue contains this publication. One of the most in BROWN, tossed the .
on
President sea of life
) from 50 to 60 pages, and it is one teresting departments is that con Attest: City Council. so that we
of the handsomest and most complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS may fight the good fight of faith and

publications of its kind in the world. the head of "For tbe Little Fellows," I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk. In the end soar to rest Still another THOMPSON S1 1
CUClerk
and another is "Chats With Mothers." of the prayed "Gird up the loins
Every department of the farm and City of Live Oak, Florida of our
heme is fully represented in this paper Another is "Decoration of Your certify that the above do hereby minds that we may receive the latter Drays and Deli

i and each of these departments Home," and another valuable department Ordinance No. 56 and foregoing rain." "As If we were barrels whose

Is in charge of an expert. It is a very under the head of "Embroidery ed by the City Council was regularly pass hoops were loose." was Mr. Spurgeon' Furniture moving I
on the
handsome publication and is monthly also a department of "Amusing 8th day
a of laughing
April, A. D. 19U comment.-St. W
and the James' Ga STOVE
the Children, and another under same ,
published on book paper. one Is hereby certified to : zette. _
the head of "Home and How to the Mayor for
GREEN'S FRUIT GROWER of Really Make It Home" and another his approval. Any length delivered1!

Rochester, N. Y., has been publishedfor department under the head of "Our Witness my hand and seal of said Ba.tliBK M_e. de Stacl.

twenty-seven years, and is edited Beauty Doctor." There are many City, this. 8th day of April A. D. In my last letter I Mentioned going of city promptly.
by Col. Chas A Green, who is said 1907. to visit
often interesting articles in this Mme de StaeL
r to be the best-known writer of this pub- (Seal) S. P. MAYS I.._ ... __ w ,. She was Just tusines. ftBL
T.cation which space alone forbids us ''v''u* wi us i gOt to me door, and but
kind in the world. He is assist
ably
Ij to mention. Any subscriber to this City Clerk. for Mr.
Rogers
ed by Prof. H. E. Van Deman Examined and who was coming out
as as Clubb will after approved by J. MOJContractor
reading this me as I
paper went
sistant editor. These two well-known we believe, renew their subscriptionfor this 9th day of April A. D. 1907. in. I should not have gained

t gentlemen also have a large number same from year to year without M. E. BROOME, Mayor. admittance. There were many per ani
of department editors and sons with her.
special and she
any solicitation upon the part of any- was running
writers. This magazine alone is about and '
ORDINANCE talking as fast as possible. Apply for plans
,. worth the price that we ask for the one.All NO. 3:. Her dress and
of the above Magazines and An manners are very ex and s
entire Club. In Its class, no paper Ordinance providing for the traordinary.
Papers contain stories The
in this with it. and reading establishing news of Lord Wellington's
country compares ,
opening and
matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in extending victory bad just arrived and Office oa Ohio ATS.. AI
<' MODERN of New York the the City of Live she
STORIES family from the smallest baby Oak descanted upon It
Florida, from with much
is a handsome and well known publication to the oldest member. Every department Ohio the east side of mation. I ani
,
avenue I cannot better
which is published monthly of the home, farm and businessare street in White's eastward to White i you the bustle she describe to The Great tt(
: and Is equal to any of the well known fully covered by the best writers. City Addition to said I makes than by say
monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pictures ten hundred and thirty-two lug that leaving her, the streets of
Bromo..PGURES
(103%) '
& worth the entire price of the Club. and illustrations in these publications (50) feet feet in, width.said street to be fifty London seemed solitary, for as to noise
Carefully edited and contains matters during the [ and hurry and
year that youwill Be It Ordained rapidity In the sncces-
.' that will interest every member o* the be unable to find la any other by the Mayor and alon of events there Is as much
City Council of difference "Note the
the
family.SOUTHWEST. papers. This paper feels proud to Florida: City of Live Oak, between her room and them
I be able to offer to its patrons a Club between them as
MAGAZINE Is published Section 1. That Wilbur and the park at EnJstrode.
of this kind, composed of street in -
Mo. the first of such representative the City .-London
at St. Louis. on Papers and of Live Oak, Florida, as it Athenaeum
each month and contains from 60 to Magazines, and now stands, be opened extended
we can say to each and and
70 It is one of the best-known every one established from the
pages. that eastern side On the Sj
offer *
our is worth times of
and -is in its many Ohio avenue This May Interest .
magazines published in said City You
the fifty
price of $ ".;S. and no will feet
one
4 fifth year. It is handsomely gottenup make a mistake In taking advantage in width, at right angles with said No one Is immune from Kidney Io Opiates
: and contains many interesting Ohio avenue eastward to trouble
of same. White street so just
remember 11.Poe' .
L articles full of valuable informationfor in White's Addilton to the that 111 Dnc.1I&I. 111 :
We call said Foley's
your attention to the advertisement City Kidney Cure
every member of the family and of the Club elsewhere- of Live Oak, the northern boundary will stop the Ir- Salve
regularles
:; will please all.BLOODED in this edition. You will find there of which said extension shall be a and cure any ease of kid- The
and'bladder
line
drawn ney City
STOCK MAGAZINE Is detailed information In regard to the at right angles with Ohio trouble that Is not

ou. of the handsomest and most rea d- Club. side avenue of Ohio from avenue a point directly on the opposite eastern Pharmacy beyond the reach of medicine. City Live 0'.1..

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Single Birds $2.50; pairs $4.50;
At a Large Expense, to Increase our Circulation and Give Our Our Motto: ,trios $6.0O; pens from alb -to $20.

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f F you don't want all the papers sent to one address, you can split the Club and'have

them sent to any number of different addresses. for Rheumatism.Cuts. =
here in this issue you will find an interesting article in regard to all of the papers : A Sure Cure Sprains.Sores.Corns.Wounds Bunions OJJ, t
in Jur dub. This gives a full description of sach paper. QaB. Bruises Contracted ,Muscles Lame Back.] Stiff Joints
Frosted Feet. Burns Scald etc.
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T ", Published MryJVVT;;Stead, the LondoaedKtor .tohave emploYGd-aa threaLaOt
Afternoon
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every revised. versionof sash clay that they will not be: able D'OWLINGPi\
Excipt Sunday.J. gave an emphatic .' \
.i. :, the 'prove b"t 1at faith.withotit, ,'to complete the> "work withln5the,.prescribed

SHERWOOD* Editor and Ma'gT. works Is dead before the Methodist time."
-WAY news! UPON THE
Church Conference In New York the- The' Constitution had no desire to SUWJlNIIkE, ttvr

THE LIVE Oil PUBLISHING COMPAIT. other day. Mr .Stead Is In this coun- pose as an alarmist or in the more

s Entered at the Postoffice. Live Oak. try as a peace missionary. He wants dubious fole of-a sectional Jeremiah.Its Mineral. pr dgs.. Hotel and ,0 ,-

-ii Second Class Mail Matter the coming conference at The Hagueto sole motives in dealing. frankly I COOOTAB .:
Florida., as HOT. AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSCft --
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November 7. 1905. amount to something more than aPpwwow with,conditions in the south, and reiterating I WATER .IN EVERY POO:H1UAROTA4: "T oQQ

and a junket, wherefore he the necessity of a insistent PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL, EOUjePEOSTAtLES. CHAOY* _
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be has evolved a new departure In international campaign for "immigration,. is that : RATES REASONABLE .7 MILES FROM LlVK OAIt,qty
mailed part of the United I CULF. COlli.EtTIe..,
to
any politics that he hopes will every man remotely or, directly con- uq c.c
States postage prepair for $5.00 results. Mr. Stead Is more famous nected with and concerned for the :
bring HOTEb/DOW6IN&PflRK.
rflRK
per year; $2.50 for six months ADDRESS FlORID
section waketo &
11.25 for three months or 50 cents for his new, departure by the Industries of this may -

for five weeks in advance. Delivered way' than,he is for his arrivals. a full realization of the importance -

: to any part of the city by His new scheme is to have' the- of cooperation and aggression. 11111111 tiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii j

carrier for 10. cents.. per week. c interest itself in the promohurch The scarcity of labor exists. Noon

r. tion of international peace and to use denies that fact. It is daily
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= : FOR STATE SENATOR. its Influence upon the meeting at The growing more pronounced. That I cot

I Hague to provide that there shall be fact. Is.equally obvious.

Seventeenth Senatorial District., days of grace established' between .. We are in position* of the man

quarreling nations during which ,sober with factories and material to supplythe
The friend of Mr. J. B. Johnson entirenationbut
second thought may be taken before needs of an ,)
hereby announce his name as a candi- actual hostilities are declared.Mr. helpless for the simple lack of men it :

date for State Senatqr.' and earnestly Stead thinks that If two disputIng to operate the one and produce: the
solicit the support of all good true other.
nations were held apart for a
Democrats at the special election. to time while, they and their .friends This ,is the one handicap that lies
be held in bawannee county ont
talked over the subject at issue, the like at deadweight over the Maturity
May 2nd. ( 'f" VOTERS. of southern development.." We know
probabilities of war would be greatly -i r

FOR STATE SENATOR.I -----. lessened. He' was explaining the the disease. We know the remedy.Is .

details of the plan to theMethodist it not a part of the duty of every

hereby announce myself as JL preachers conference in the Forty-' conscientious southern leader to takean
candidate for the office of State Senator -
and harmonious in
eighth Street Methodist, Church whena Active part
for the Seventeenth Senatorial number of sonorous "Amens" came its application?;Atlanta Constitu,
= District of Florida and respectfully' SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN
tion. '
from different parts of the auditorium. -
solicit tne supPort of the Democratic '
% ; Mr. Stead- was nettled.. "Nobody -
voters of Suwannee'county AN INSULT TO CONGRESS.
cares a d- for your mens'

._ W. .A..,TISON.: ,. unless you do something" he de-I ,(Manufacturer's Record.) I Ii For the next. three months a FOUR MONTHS SCH-

'" ,- _. clared. ..The, preachers were a little i A great many.people. have wondered Jf, willj! >e issued,good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only|3
The race for State Senator in this startled at the warmth of the lan what influence was bringing pressure Special courses in all, Departments have been so smIJ

t county may yet get warm .enough. to guage but again they said "Amen!" to bear upon Congress to change j I student entering on this special offer can finish within the tx&

be Interesting. indicating 'their agreement with the {postal rates, as was proposed at the I'l''', ', scholarship. ,

principle of the thing. last session.. Possibly many congress- This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to mia

The Atlanta Constitution says. the After the speech somebody moveda ,I Ip hemselves. did not know that ]
{ ; Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with 111,.i
peach crop of Georgia has so far vote of thanks to Mr. Stead.: "1 back, of this there Is aa organized ;
| ;; ; help you to a good paying position or get a better one than yassl
lost four of its nine lives. don't want any vote of thanks," he scheme at work purely as a moneymaking : !

said with emphasis. "I want to know venture.. This.scheme' Is being -'! 'WRITE FOR CATALOG.

In view,of the Thaw case and other what\; you are going to do to help worked ,tai:the'basis of payment :

Incidents, the old phrase, "all the along in this work." A committee tjrom: business houses In the way off

world loves a lover," might be amended was appointed to draught suitable subscriptions to a fund for the pur- *, SOUTHERN BUSINESS
COLLI(
to read: "It depends on the lover" resolutions and the conference Indicated pose of lobbying In behalf of an inCrease :'

i' '-Atlanta Constitution. that it would do all In Its power Irtmsstage: rates onfourth-class

a for the promotion of Mr. Stead', matteryfplillhe; ground that If this LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
The resolution to have a thorough suggestion. should be brought about It would be '

r- examination. of'the Internal Improvement As a matter of fact"- Mr Stead's possible-' t&-secure a one-cent letter".|t, L M.flt\TTON, President G. S. STEf1NS.\ .

fund has at last been adoptedJULtJiqJeSlslature swear word was not wasted. It is postage. Some years ago the writer
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,and the. members too often the case that we say had copies of.circulars which were niinnit

i _' .t of the Committee named ,by the Senate "Amen" to a virtuous proposition being issued for:the purpose of secur-, ," ,

1 and House. They are to report before and then go off and forget all about ing ageatSiWho ,would quietly and I

. the adjournment of the legislature it. or at least neglect to do anythingto vigorously canvass their communities printing has been done outside 'of of the, time that shoslA

r and in'order to do so they must back up the "Amen". Mr, Stead's for',contribution of this kind practi-I West Alexandria since ,the present by the passage at 1deff'

: getjto work at :.once. vigorous language will doubtless have cally promising to the business men publisher. located here, but some of needed laws.-Dade aw!

ft' r arm the effect of impressing upon the who joined the scheme that by doingso I it had to be watched or Jt'would have say,we all of us"-yobs

: t '/The temperance people are down to preachers who heard him the fact they would be enabled ;to have I been sent away. Repeat twice, and the/*

work .in,Santa Rosa_county and mean that they can do much towards their letter postage rpdiiced' to one 1 No business man has a vestige of all!" Consequence set

business. One by one the counties molding public opinion with respectto tent. Y?| supposed -fjiat some of argument to put to the mail order Is the thing neei1e4.une .-

throughout the State aspire to be in the conference at The Hague, and stick_ Echpne-'was; back. ; of the movement patron tf he himself sends Job print- 'J

the dry column. If the question con it is public opinion that will govern in "Congress last session. butcould Ing away from a. home printed newspaper -
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tinues to be agitated and the temperance in that conference. The meeting not pet at the.,,.facts. We are Every time a Job of printing The uniform text balk

people are as successful in the will not bring about disarmament, advised of.a campaign which is be- is sent away from home the local duced by Senator H .

future as they have been in the past nor will it result in the reduction of ing made .J y! a man "who is soliCit- paper is being antagonized. We ask Senate a few days tjo .

it will not be long before the entire armies and navies. But it can and ing and we. have heard Is securing can business men afford to antagonize best measure, Is our ops"

State will be dry.--Gainesville Sun may devise ways and means for the hundreds of signatures to a petitionto an unbiased home printed pa- the legislature. The, otjef

settlement of disputes between nations be placed before Congress the per got out along the lines now used tures of the other neae

What the people of Florida want by :arbitration and without next session advocating the Increase by the, Echo? We.do not, theratento eliminated and the sysits

Is a candidate for governor without bloodshed in the majority of instant of postage rates on second-class mail become antagonistic In return but adoption is made pry ,

any "strings on him." Who wants to four cents or eight cents per we do call the attention of the busi- measure should be tiff

to vote for a.man_who is.making thrace e pound'and reducing the rates on first- ness men to their duty.in,this regard must have the uniformj: ;,
as the administration candidate, THE PARALYZING LABOR FAMINK. class matter to one cent per half and ask them to be considerate. -
f system in this state.
or' the candidate of any } faction? .' ounce. This party is also collecting fact follow the Golden Rule. Your

v Away with your-factions and give usa all the money be can from the signersof home printed paper will never anta-
The cry for labor, for men In the
b- candidate who will run upon his his petition, the alleged obpect of gonize the interests of the communityin The Gainesville set
factories and fields is going from
,merits. This faction business has up the collection being to create a lobbyin which it is located. If our business on In that city.on Toe*
f state in the south with the
been worked until It has"woru to a"frazzle" every Washington to see that the meas- men want a newspaper as goodas closing of one of the mad:
persistence of the traditional appeal
and the men who are ure is passed." the .best in the country now is the municipal campaign 1 Win
i' from Macedonia.
workln it are in/no better shape A prominent business man in time ',to give it encouragement. We Gainesville. There wets
The problem is an acute one. No
Chicago who gives us this informationstates promise- do our 'part.-West Alexandria -1 I In the field one bf
single Industry is free from some
The Miami, Metropols says that, that he absolutely refused to (O.) Echo. Administration ticket id
one of its vexing phases. It is con-
..One interesting 'thing about news entertain it for one moment, ''and theManufacturer's they Municipal Clab tl*
ceivable that, unless immediate and
advert(sing 1s Record would think neither side elected their*
paper that its business intelligent steps are taken toward Every merchant in Live Oak shouldbe
bringing possibilities have never yet solution It'ma.y evolve into onepa- that any other business man;of ordin- represented with an advertisement et.'yet.they are both pie*

been sounded. .No enterprise has ever ble of paralyzing the development oft ary judgment would know that a lob In the daily and weekly Democrat.The result of the election.

6 ,yet been advertised 'as well as io southern industries bylife scheme of this kind'should be was great Interest Uk

might be. And yet no enterprise that beneath the support of honest and test there was no OBI
The latest evidence is In the shape establishment of
a criminal
honorable business dulgcd In whatever" ssi
has been men.
ever even reasonably well
of a dispatch from Jackson Miss., to court' of record for Suwannee
advertised has county expected: d tilt
failed to anything
prosper Tie St Louis Republic It represent would result in a considerable sav-
,"Bargain-hunters" who do not read THE HOME PRINTED disappointed. Now
south PAPER. the
scondltlons in the entire ing to- tax payers by the
the ads. like reducing Is over of
; are tourists who do not the citizens
as follows: The local home printed newspaper costs of circuit court. The Board I
of
. read the time tables likely to "miss get together and work*_
Tb complaint of the railroads if conducted County
on lines Commissioners
f things." proper Is the are at work !
however is a mild-voiced affair as best friend and most necessary institution now.'securing signatures asking for i upbuilding and bet
city.
compared with the wail of distress local business men can have. the establishment of this court and _

The telegram received by the being sent up by the planters in the Such newspaper is ever ready to those who have not signed the peti- I '

> Democrat- yesterday afternoon an delta who claim, in some sections, advance home Interests and the ad tion should do so at once. I E Perry M!lls, of :1*.

z nouncing that the Jury In the Thaw that they are almost paralyzed by the vancement of home interests is of down to Lakeland this''

case .had returned a verdict, was famine being unable to secure negro vital importance to local businessmen. The Increase in the turned last evening

denied later ,but before the denial tenants or laborers on any terms. Live Oak population of i handsomest bride
from 190Q to sho'weda
was received, the despatch was in "The effort of the planters during It Is evident then that a dome great and wonderful 1905 i Oak In a decade, IB .
type and the the last few months gain but the Miss ser '
paper printed and on to secure Italian printed newspaper unbiased and impartial growth of the city if Pauline Taylor

the streets. We do not often take immigration was accompanied by a Is the friend of the businessmen not for the five we mistake I In the Southern

r such chances and had we time after very small measure of success, a mat of the town. These are facts will show even years a 1905 'to Increase'1and 1910 :. here. Mr Mills Is-***'.

receiving the telegram to have I jority of the immigrants landed atNew that must be admitted'If given a mo place Live Oak greater I keeper for the Soi .
beyond
,confirmed before going to press, we Orleans being diverted topoints ment's thought. Business men may mark. It is certain the 10.000 .Co.. and needs no

would have done so, but It was received in Louisiana and Texas. have their personal likes and dislikesfor now would show that a census our people, neither does

k just in time to get In the paper. "The new Immigration bill passed the publisher himself but the pa- an increase of 2,000 nearly. If not quite I bride. She is a 14? .

We have always been very particularto at the recent session of congress un- per should have their good will and figures given by over the the population accomplished and d:
publish nothing but accurate and der the terms of which more Immigration State census
encouragement at all. times.. It is of 1905.. which were 7.ZOO. : from those who ban :
reliable news but in thin Instance we will come through southern necessary to the success of not only for the The prospects known her The b

were possibly too'eager. to get the ports, la-looked'upon as a measure the paper, but to the-town'and bus;. brighter now.than growthof ever: the city Is ,boarding at Mrs

.., ,latest news..:This report was.sent. allover of"eventual'relief, but it will not benefit ness men. history.: before in Its understand they

.. the w1I"e8..and. before the Demo the planters to any extent during It'should not'be necessary for the building of a home

craft received Its wire, the .report'was the' present crop ''year publisher to lie awake of nights:to the near future. WI -

if) tUln, 4ictllafediand\ ;:we Celt 'littleJdoublt .'Ra11t ad contractors are having watch;business to keep'It from 'going We hope the Jong-winded' eloquent the rice and old i&<**'
members In
U t a&d'ftt It being true: their plans handicapped the labor!._away from town. Very little Job keep on their Tallahassee benches and this term win sion In the path*?

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,.1TTERS I <' OF' INTEREST. t BRIEFLY; Buy It Today Shadow Shirtwaist. \ \

ANDHBWIDER -
'! CHROXICLED FOR DEMOcRAT \T J EMBROIDERY ;
READERS IT TOMORROW OOTFlj 1
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1 rX 'RICHARDSON'S : '
1.1 ( '- .:' P Price $1.00Outfit :
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THEY .COME AMD :THEY l0krew.of OUTFIT -

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f; o- 1-12 inch Pore Linen Center
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( County Gathered I by the Democrat 'i iIi 1-Skein Richardson's Silk. quality of Lawn
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1-Diagram'Lesson.1Color ;.
ReporterE Study Plate. 10 Skeins Richardson' Shadow

t Our Price Today, 10 Cents t Embroidery Twist .

J- Dempsey*Branford* was: for 'your choice of six beautiful designs.' I 1 Book on "How to Make a Shirt
I Waist" 4

.fjre... ? yesterday... .' .- : > coiN BEFORE THEY ARE I 1. Illustrated Book on Fancywork containing

u'b 'Hugh Carter of Pine. Grove was ALL SOLD OUT. instructions for working_ Waist
here yesterday. t

t Get' One Today .at Our Art Department,
0. O. Williams Is spending today t

itt[ ;tie Park. i

: fc. Crews, of Dowling Park, was

'ere'today on business.' SEE THESHOW WINDOW

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[:If joujrant to sell see'J. M. BaJJfey.licensed "\
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auctioneer. He gferua.DL .
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AT THE
f : an'd sons "
J. Mills of Ross- ,
?burg were here shopping today. '

LAMMMUIIillllMilliniilil EMPORIUM.Miss

Wellborn Miss Verdle today.Haddock I will go to ]


his H 11 I 11 1111 111 HI I U 11 I 11 111 111 I I H 1111 H'H >4 M M I 11 H H ill H M 11111 111 11111
t CE.. Halle Sr.. returned. to ,.
borne in Gainesville today. -
Happy Hayes of Greenville !! C. H. Dickenson of Floral City Mr. Tison is too well known to the "
R.. L. Lewis of Jasper is in the who has been here on a visit to her FOR SALE who has been taking a Bourse in the citizens of Suwannee county to need

city today. sister Mrs. J. B. Barton, returned. commercial Department of the any introduction. He served this
J home today. Southern Business College here, has county as representative in the Legis-
S; N. Pearce and son. of LuraVille. IMPROVED, AND UNIMPROVED concluded the same and returned to lature of 1903 and made a good re
were here today. -Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. his home today. Mr. Dickenson is cord. He has been a member of the

The pleasant cold remedy that expels a young man of ,exceptionally bright Board of County Commisioners on
L. S. Harvard has moved to the the cold through Its action on the attainments, and the finishing of his i two previous terms, both of which
Real 1 Estate
house.vacated by Ed. Porter. bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy dw* City course here simply means that he Is ;I he served as. chairman and is now
fully qualified to fill a position any- i serving on that body for the third

1LC. Drew, of Madison was. :here There'was a wreck on the Live Oak, where. Those are the kind of boys : time as its chairman. Mr. Tisoa enjoys -
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,.today. Perry & Gulf yesterday, near Day '' farms the Southern .Business College. turns i the confidence and respect of all
1 which delayed several hours the pas: Etc out., I who know him and if elected to'the "'
Furnished .rooms for rent, /app y senger train on that line. position, he seeks will make Suwan-
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-MDemocrat' office., 0-3t !I I Heretofore there have been two I nee county a Senator, for whom she 'i
hi: > -When you need a pill:lake a pill ,2 I persons, In this town, named E."P. i will have ,no cause of'-regret.
** AW! .ei eran.. of. Wellborn, was and .be. sure it's an Early Riser LIST | Mills, and the postoffice authorities I ----- -- -

fliererfesterday.Sheriff They are sold here. by.,City Pharmacy -I I YOUR 0: I have been puzzled about delivering I II I .
J dw* mall to the party addressed, as E. P. '
> Parker.. of Perry is in the ::' PIQpRTY Mills,'of the*'Seaboard, is yet in the I' When you think

city today.on official 'business. PRINTER Wants f life of single cussedness and the
WITHUS. about that :fine
;r position. sober and quick. Wire or !. other E. P. Mills has -beautiful
%,W. T. .Hendry of Perry is .to the write. Care of Democrat office, I wife. We should suggest that-all com- I Watch p
.city', registered at the Ethel. P. K. G.," Live Oak. Fla. munications to the former be ad- you
.f. --- a dressed: "E. P. Mills. 23, Skiddoo" I '
need thinkRADFORD'S
TO RENT-Furnished and u fur/ J. Buchanan's 'family will arrive EDWRD8 UUr care of S. A. L. Ry. Strictly personal
Dished rooms address "R" in/care here from Jacksonville tonight, and i communications however, might be of
.of Democrat ** tf will make Live Oak their future .r, addressed to )Madison but the wri- 4

tome. They will be .welcomed to Lewin Building, Room 3. ters should be careful, as a pretty
A. J. Winburn and his sister Mrs. our city. I young lady there might lay claim to s

Johns, of Suwannee Station. were u Us>e Kennedy's Laxative Cough the right of opening the letters.

,here today shopping. Ladles I have Just opened a dress Sjrup CUldren like its pleasant --- t
making room in the Lewin ibuildins. taste Contains no opiates, but drives I Bloxham Gardner went to Jacksonville Where you will find a
R. R. Brown, of Kirkland and J. and will be glad to serve yod.ySatis- the cold out through the bowels. last evening to meet his mother i
1L Brown, of Rocky Sink were here faction guaranteed. Give jyra. trial. Made in conformity to Pure Food and who was en route to ,Live Oak choice assortment of

today.If MRS. RIGHT. Drugs Law. Recommended and sold from Zolfo but she was detained the bestuwjatcnes ;
by City Pharmacy. dw from causes unknown. However, he very
you want dray Ing d a Essie Hare who was wanted in took In Ben Tillman's lecture and :
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trunk ,carried to the ne1Ar Taylor county for selling liquor and J. C. McCaskill and wife, who have enjoyed a treat. Notwithstandingsome
QUIet,. phone 129. W. N. arrested by Deputy Sheriff Bailey, been sojourning at Dowling Park for'several previous adverse criticisms of

was turned over to Sheriff Parker days returned to their homein Mr. Tillman's lecture on the "Race WATCHES REPAIRED .
'S. R. Mallory minent merchant this morning,-and taken to Perry. Bainbridge, Ga. today. We can- Problem" in the press of the State -- s
: of Wellborn, was here yesterday not for the life of us see why Mr. and he brought with him the goods and
on business. Mrs.: J. W. Robinson of the Park, Mrs. McCaskill keep away from Live delivered them to the audience in a J. D/RADFORD,

was here today accompanied by' her Oak. convincing manner, which only JJVC OAK fLA.flmmu .
; Read our greatest magazine and daughter Mrs. J. M. Wiggins. The proves that If you want to hear a

: newspaper clubbing ever offered by latter goes to Jacksonville to join her -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the really good talk on any subject just
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' this paper. husband who has a position there. stomach and makes the breath as prod Ben. and then get him to talk
sweet KODOL is sold by to you from a rostrum.Dr. .
on as a rose. BOOK O llll N News CO.
E. P. Grover Is out the Lura- HoiLr Nat. Marlon, of Marlon'Sta- druggists on a guarantee relief plan.
YUle telephone line today 'putting tion, was here today on his way home It conforms strictly to the National Dixon has closed tbe large .
things in better shape.: from Tallahassee, to visit his family. Purl Food and Drugs Law. Sold by timber land deal spoke of yesterday
Mr. Marion got "23" on his applica- City Pharmacy. dw* In the Democrat and has already solda A PEACE OFFERING.

Keep on smiling, and read our tion for reading clerk of the Senate, controlling interest to Capt. W. H. -
greatest magazine and newspaper but he landed something better. Capt Bridges, recruiter for the Lyle. who will very likely give up the
clubbIng ever offered by this paper. State penitentiary, passed through Chief of Poll eshlp, and give his
Particulars elsewhere in this issue. -KODOL is a thorough stomach re- here last night en route to Green entire time to manufacturing the

lief. It digests, what you eat and Cove Springs. to convey to Dutton's yellow stuff with a band saw. We are
I C. A. Hardee has returned from gives tbe stomach rest and assists in Phosphate Camp In Alachua county glad to note that the Chief will not
I Madison where he has been attending : restoring it to Its no/mal activity three of the bank robbers recently have to move away as it Is close

| circuit court in his .official capacIty -: and'usefulness. KODOL is sold on a convictedthere. Ba ton, who re- enough to walk in after each and ;
a* State's attorney. guaranteed relief plan by City Phar: ceived a sentence of only one year, every day's work. We did not learn
macy. dw* will serve at some other camp. The just the amount the Chief paid the ,
y 12.50 wagon seats new. & J/M. men taken to Dutton's will probablystay Doctor, but it is rumored that It was |

Baileys the Auction Housk/ for Mrs. Donna B. Wisley, of loger. there as only one man has es- two or three dollars and seventy-five'I c n
IILSO. Other' things In propvjfrtlon. W. Va., who has been to Mayo to caped from those'camps in ten jears. cents. Such a heavy deal as this
Be CluJek. tf buy property, returned home this made the Chief very nervous so much I I r
of the so he acted like he had palsy. The I
I morning.. She said to the reporter Editor Powell, Independent If you and your best girl have had
J. D. Parnell Editor Stroub of the Times of Doctor says If he; could have kept the
has two children who that she was favorably impressedwith and a "misunderstanding," and most
are' at death's door and the remainder Wllmarth on the river bank, St. Petersburg were prominent visi- Chief in this Staje of rickets he aged couples do have them, you know eng- 't
of the family are confined to and may yet change her location. tors here a few hours this morningen would change the business from the the best thing to restore her sweet "x
***elr beds route home from Tallahassee manufacture of lumber to the manufacture -
temper and your own, too, will be a
About the nicest thing In the shapeof where they had been for several days of butter. All he would have box of our delicious Xunally's chocolates }
.Espeelalty mended for Piles-- automobiles that has struck this !' In the Interest of the effort to divide I to do was to attach the Chief to the For who is, the girl who ]
t I,, DeWitt's Brothers Powell churn and the butter would come
Carbollzed Cadllae Hillsboro county
Witch town in a long time was a : could resist the charm of our Choco-
el Salve Sold by City Phar- 24-horsepower machine that arrived t( and Straub are both fine men and right now late? They are pure, wholesome' ,

U1 dw here last.nlght from Jacksonville for stand well In the lead,.among, the en- i I and delicious; and second to acne in
Capt. :W.,,J. :Hillman. The genial i' terprising and progressive men, of our i I In ,this issue of ,the Democrat appears quality. There are; more lovers' .
wRonq. W. 'State. have done, and'are doIng the announcement of Hon. W.
Williamson former re- Captain is exercising the machine today They ( quarrels "patched np" with our can- 1
', Iatlve'of Hlllsborough county and If It proves to be all that Is II' now valuable work for St. Peters- ; A. Tison for State Senator to .fill the dies, ttanwith any, other kind '>]
U fa the'city. today. He had been claimed for it. he will keep it. A 60- burg and H1llsboro'county, throughthe I vacancy caused by :thedeath of the .
TtUaiaisee to Interest the Legts- mile speed ped hour is Easily made columns of their. respective pa- late Senator Newlan. and for whichan FI0EMII BOOR '
"npersv OM N Nets
atl
CO.
P .-c.:. b{ia'tadlTU1 of that county. by this machine. _; .__ .r '-' ,I election if will be held May 2nd.

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IJVB OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY.. APR 12._ )tIEY?.
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RAILWAY choice: should In general L' M'flye'O ;
FLORIDA The principle aK : :
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follow the taste or nand of the ; ,
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WHIDULL selecting a
are
friend for whom yon
t .CONNECTS WITS ALL 1'RAIN3 ON 8. A. L. RY. ANB A. Co L. BY. AT LIVE OAK. book. Yet It Is also Veil now and .:.r ... -" Manufacturers of (-. _

alUD VP."h then to open a new channel of Interestby ,
CENTRAL TIll& '
SAD OW1I. giving a volume outside of yourtrlend's L' --

Y N. t.Ll No.M.d 2. Local No.Fitx L habitual line. -"We are oftenttanifl Lumber Shingles Ice Electric L ?

t' to a friend who has drawn n* ,
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p j 9 : STATIONS. Expreu. Except out of our mental sheep tracks.: There '
Except Ezpresa Dai17. SuodaJ'. Power avid )urpent lee
11' Sunday.: Daily.i are a few writers that stand as per- ;;:
manent figures In the modern literary -

:. L. Li Oak_...1. ..--Ar. 10 50 a ID I 40 p m75oam world-writers who have given out Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for '-,
: 1 80,,a ID a SO p ID 6 seminal Ideas that seed and bemttfythe
as4pmLv Porter Lv10Soam b20pms field of thought. Chief among these or Business Houses at a rery reasonable rate.. Electra. >

.. L. Stoty ......__- -L.. 10 Z2 aID' eo pm I men are Shakespeare._Carlyle Ruskin day and night current;,for manufacturing purposes.Wholesale ":.
a It
II 05 a III p. library
Until '
and a
.. '.An'-. -L 4 45 pm.. Emerson Victor Hugo.
of
andretail Ice-out City. orders hav
L.
i the best writings Bpeci
810 a ID a 56 p ID 2.4d30am possesses at least t

4o8PmL .- K:: a 'Y. 1010am 440pm of these five men It la sadly deficient. tion and all orders promptly filled. : -

__.Wilmarth-- "'_' .........__.Ly. 10 eo a m 4 ZO pili You are doing kingly service when yon E

8 850am---Ly.-2 t Ii pm Ar. W Jmath-. _...-Ar.-. make these men known to any thoughtful We will give you good prices on low grade j.* 1

4.S ... mind.-Edwin Markham In Succesa and *!
Come
_.... _Luravi h.-. flooring. get our prices.
.10am -
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Ly 4.5le.
9 SO a m
Ar -.... ..WilmaJlth.......... .....--.._ Met Db Match.
9 SO a m .20pmL.. Wilmarth- -5--- -Ar' 'i1.m 4 15 p mO.s Rev. Matthew Wilkes.. celebrated Florida and cession laws are furnished How to ATOM Apps
30 00 a m In
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caught
.suwan_River.-........_Lv9 65 a ID. 4 11 pm London preacher watt county officers. Most victims of appeicit
Ii shower In the famous Billingsgate:
10 It a. p 2.8 those who
"-"__.No od-: '.. 9 45. m a ST pm market where the profanity of the "Resolved further, that each clerkof are habitually i

10 20 aID. 30 p ___ s& __" .-...... L. 9 Ii a m a f6 p.. women who sell fish there Is proverbiaL the circuit court.,and county com- Orino Laxative Fruit gyra"chronic >
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10.1 a m 40 p --- .... \-- shed of said constipation by .w
mLv .....->>-r- As he stopped under a missioner receiving a copy
10 co a ID I Altoa.-. L.. among them he felt called upon to at pamphlet under the provisions of this the liver and bowels and vet *

1. 50 a m ILv_- ----Alto -... Ar. least give his ,.testimony against their resolution are hereby required to natural action of the bovea;

IObbas .... ..... .__ _L.. wickedness. to their successorsIn Laxative Fruit Symu does
An.......... ...--..-. ._.Mayo. transmit the same ?
11 05 a s __ _- .. "Don't think. said he. epeikln?
"': : ..... .... u. 9Slam 540pm1120am you office. seate or gripe and 1s mild tai
U 10 a C f:! ;r-- with the greatest deliberation and ant to take.
.- :J ... a., 93uam 825pmu26am swift Refuse tab
L. ft" solemnity. shall appear as a
449pm+ City Pharmacy.
L._......-....Salt Ro8d L. 9 25 a ID a 15 p m witness against;: you In. the day of Doing Business Again *
4 ; pat 11.1 *
I ,a --L.. 'OGam 245pmU Judgment? friends thought. I was
"When
L ""' "' ild-- my
U4Ii. m s 10 p.m "I presume so," said one. for the FOI.mllONEY'.to
... ...Lv. of this world on
Charlton. --- .00. m I II p mU turns state'sevidence. about to take leave
54 m a17pmL ; biggest rogue always ..the r-d.rf. ,
\ ---Lv I 20 ." : aecount of indigestion nervousness i
L" Reens.- ---- -- I Q a m p m3.o
06 a m 5 Z1 I'ID _--1-___ writes A. A.
debility,
_....Lv. and general '
Fenho--'r'-- 845alD 110pm
"% "U a m I35P..L. Wood at ;S a .Pound. Chisholm Treadwell N. Y., "and A LIQUID GOLD
L. flemnark-_......_L.. 818 am 131 pm "French walnut Is the finest wood
"- it looked as If there was no
12 24'a m 5 f3 pm asU34 when
.. we have." said the cabinetmaker. "It -ANDLAXATIVE -
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-I'erl7-- "" 110 am 1 zt pmt hope left I was persuaded to try .
pmAr f
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ID b b0 .. comes from Persia but It Is preparedIn
and I rejoice to say
, France. I have seen French walnut i Electric Bitters COUGH SITa S

:, (oTete. .i...h or Telephone Station.: (O Flu Stati.i (I') Regv ter. (s) Regular Stop. (a) I worth 53 a pound and It is a common that: they are curing me. I am now


MIS. Genera er Airent. I II course It Is used principally for veneer- and am still gaining dally" Best

I Ing. Only millionaires could have Guaranteedby
tonic medicine on earth.
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chairs r.-d tables of solid French walnut Barclay & Groover, druggists. TIE

' I Mahogany wonderful as It Is. *
5 TO THE i iI rarely fetches such high prices. From Price, 50c. dw t NEW 1-i

I $2 to $3 Is a very god price per pound IDES

for this wood. Ebony. If It Is a par- FORCE OF WATER. .

:1 JAMESTOWNExposition ticularly k re piece. so that It will cut

: well will often bring. J5 a pound in the The Great Power That I. Exerted bya

, wood market." Six Inch Stream.
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The effect of the hydraulic motor ci.vwmaid

ri't'fr Eotb Cad. which is now used for the purpose ofremoving
Pre- "A Cold or a Cauh Really IJ ,
s Affent-TVt Ingenue Is asgrer. of well
masses earth nigh
ns they mlhe'em.: What shall t dues constipation vtterd *.
belief. of water Is-
A stream
passes DOS and throat instead a(
eyes paai
: say n"out her? tanager-Give 'em a suing from a pipe six inches in diameter the system through tha Xwakl

song and dance about her girlish freshness with a fall behind It of 375 feet For the want of. moisture IIe boWl

"nJ: her pre';yorng art. Press will carry away a solid rock weighinga dry and hard. Nearly an.tttarcnpi,

via the Agent-And what shall I say about ton or more to a distance of fifty or are constipating,especially tben i
Miss Pas, ? "Camllter Kennedy Uuttr H
e a You know Opiates. a ,
a hundred feet. The velocity of the
she's jest completed: a century run In Tar moves the bowels, cootaia.$
stream is terrific and the column of
the pan. :-na'-er. -Oh. throw In some
water projected Is go solid that If a KENNEDY'SLAXATIVli
verbal pyrotechnics about the
AtlanticCoastLinePeople splendid
crowbar or other heavy object be
maturity; *>f her ripe 'genlus.-Balti.
' thrust against it the Impinging object
more AmeiTn.Whce : will be hurled. a considerable distance.
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the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur- .o\a t."Dfaillllhu' By this stream of water a man wouldbe
Florida
IAK-aUfT.
f-fI all ova see Instantly killed if he came In con-
I ws he ctr-ck by the automobile HONEY1
tact with it even at a distance of a
pie Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two ;" rsUed the coroner. couple of hundred feet. At 200 feet
"At the Junction of the dorsal and
from the nozzle a sIx Inch rtream witha -'a Relisvsa CoM fey wwkfcji
f with Pullman buffet sleeping cervical vertebrae." answered the
daily trains each way, through sur 375 foot fall projected momentarily of the system through a oepin i

.
feon."Will against the trunk of a tree will In a tkAbowels.BV .
r cars. you please point that out on second denude It of the heaviest barkas Ke&eves Coughs fcy

the mapr asked the coroner-indicat- cleanly as If it had been cut withan strengthening the mueon i

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion ticketson ing one that bung on the wall.-Chicago ax. Whenever such a stream Is the throat.chMUunp afi4

sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. Tr".I>r!::" turned against a bank It cuts and burrows For Croup. Whoopiaj CwjVUS

it in every direction. hollowing Influenza Broachitia, .a4 II 6

! Coach excursions at very low rates. -Mr. S. L. Bowen of'Wayne, W. ort great caves and causing tons of Cold, LuC and BroacMtl

railroad Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from earth to melt and fall and be washed remedy U equal uSa Jt aas4r'Eaney
For further information see your nearest agentor u4 Tar. 0S14naat"
Kidney disease, so that at times I away In the sluices.

write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atr' could not get out of bed and when HP hi tBe SO.aM...GO ktswei
eratsry.t K.0.O.Wm A O..o
The
lanti Coast Line Jacksonville Fla.- I did, I could not stand straight. I Eye of a Child.
( Who can or"
explain fathom the
took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dollar won- Sold
dr')ns lastizut of the child? Lying in by
bottle and of the second
part
;'. :ami: of its nurse in its carriage
ore
cured me entirely," Foley's Kidney : Tvr'w.e.: Its large round. wondering ay'HOr '

Cure works wonders where othersare tyerjuuj over a sea of face till suddenly -10

_ FIL Live Oak, Perry & Gulf total failures. City Pharmacy Its features bre.fk into a sweet

dw. bniile. a aby laugh dances In its eyes
i
Railroad Company. perhaps the tiny bands are esended: .

GOOD RESOLUTION ant the little body pues a bound as
t SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1986.i though it would throw itself through
T
space. What has happened? It has EY AND
( 1 I Ion. ". R. Dornian Introduces Im-
f I I i recognized a friend. nothing more and

f ".U.ndP...: Psaen @r Fit and Pass 1 Mail and Pam Frtt.and Pass j Passenger Itortant Resolution. .I no less. it makes no mistake. Wiser ,
I STAl'IOSS. I The resolution has been perchance in ;
i r I following that mome .t of inexpert
, Nu. 1 No. i No S No. 2. No t. N. 6 enced The original
"" introduced by Representative Dor- helplessness than It will be .
,t Da117Sunday_ Only Daityex.Sun; .!!L- t.Iv.v Sun Sun. Onh years
' i. T A. M. ... M4 I t-M. P. M. A. M -- A. M man: afterward' when the world and Its Inmates
Leave Lc4ve Leave I Arrive "rM" Arrive have been studied In the LAXATIVE cough r
"Whereas the of 1905 light
Legislature
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8 2.55 Live (h.k 9.L 9.42S .
k r:: t 3.03 i n .Reeky 3.nk-: :: 9- 923 passed a concurrent resolution, re- of instruction and experience. Its love
} <(, e 9 lit \.13 S 00 .-. Starr. _. s 112 9.2 9.24 offering l II' seldom if ever For coughs colds. throat art
mistakenly
22 3 07 Mercer..... I4'4 9.20s the General to
s questing Attorney
r 25 I tri 3 15 :: Platt...... 4 0 ::n 9.17S : presented Dy what power is this child trouble No opiate >s.>
II W I.a.t I 30 Lancaster. I' I.lOO 9 OIf compile, and, have. printed in pam- love directed? By what subtle Influence Good for every bod/ Sw .1 i
f. Ar.-9 9 A.r 3.U .Ior. S 40 L. \ 3 1..Il..o Ly 1.00
lc L. S 4i L. s.5O L. 4 10. Oow'iltlf P.rk. Ar3, 1' Ar6,7.4 ....L.. _. pLlet form all acts relating to public does it see a,:d know what In Th. genuine
s0 15 .-.Chaney '-' 3 8..g roads and duties of county com- after years It .
f F : =:== : .:-.Bell ..._... S : r:14 ::::::::::: e may strive In vain to FOLCVS HONEY snIT
: 161 :-.._..... 42Q Mayo Junction 3 U 8.1% ..... ... missioners; and, discern? "Yellow, package. RefuM

" i a 9 to ._.__ ..... Lv. : a0 _....Day._.. 125 .L.>:.ve _......... i "Whereas, the said resolution requires Prepared only ai

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the Secretary of State to sell a V
: i n i H Townsend :15 7.43 ::::::: Why Foley Componyi'City
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: :: .. .Smith 08 the said pamphlets for one dollar per .
t 39 ....._ ........... S ZT _Fentwllowa._ 2 n 7.1.. __....... tave a tortld liver when Herblne. the Phnrma'T" !-
,50 ....._. ..._ 40 ..__ Perry I.. 2 1'i -. -- ..-....-. copy; and
Ar b - Ar t .. .. only liver reguator will help ?
Lv. Lv 7.00 you
10 said laws complled
a.: :g 2s '=::=:=I_..._ Hampton w,s Lv.2: -- "Whereas, as There Is no reason "' '!",rI' "'i1
I ......... should be distributed to the county why you should AUIJr"l .:..s...,
I commisioners and clerks of the cir- suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation Makes kluwga asd W.-
MAYG and ALTON Chills and Fever or any liver --1-__
com-
cuit court in the same manner that
; plaints, when Herblne C. W. \VILSOST -
Wr BOU D- EAST BOUND. the General Statutes of the State of will cure you. .
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I I Florida and session laws are now dis- F. C. Waite Westville. Fla.. writes:
5 5 p-r f'rt.and Pass Frt. and Pam ,.;1ATIONSF'rt and PQ. F'.t and Pa." Pa-Pnr.+ : "I was sick for a month with chills A I LOt
''DaiIy t Lra. Iu 'a. eSanday tributed; therefore,
Only Daily O'x Sun. Daily "x.Sun ex Sun.IDailJ'.x' Sun. !Sunday.(.-.niP. "Be it resolved by the Legislatureof and.fever and after taking two bot-
M. A. S(. P. M A. P. M. A. 94. tles of Herbine am well
La... Leave 1 av-e I. Arrive Arrive Arrive.r the State of Florida: and heal- Tailoring done at RubeCde
3.50' 101) 1.3) Juaiing Park 11.10 I S.W II.III' "That the Secretary of State is thy. Sold by Suwannee Drug Company antee store. Prompt
4.03 I1..r. J 3.20 R 39 .
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:g
4.1; : '7.47 Lie tl 25x hereby authorized and directed to dW tiony guarsateeb
4,25 I U8 5.U& t'etenon 7.35 3,00 alit ______
A t.37 s 111.100 \ a &f0 Mayo I a 1.20 a 1.48 I\ a 8.1\1 furnish one copy of the pamphlet
._ t.41 I Ar 1070 AI' Altuft L. t40 L..38 9 L. 11.00 Notice to Voters.In .
P. M. A. M. P. d[. I A. 11. I P. M.. A.. Stt containing the acts relating to public 1111111 M i M 11

a Regular. atop. ConnectlOB ma.l -at tk....lm* P-u-k for aU trains to and from Uv.Oak and Perry roads and duties of county commIs- order to be qualified to vote In : : DR. CHAS. c. TAflVETERINAB
Formf ormatwn as to ooniMctHMM with oihcr lm_ '(>bu- or call oo General PaMencer Agent sioners, to the clerk of the circuit the special election May
Live Oak 2nd. your
Bu Idmic.
S'
pbune 147. Dcwbnc
court and each member of the boardof
P HOPKINS GeMral poll taxes must be
TH MS' I'OWUNMlet.. R Pm eneeyARent paid on or before
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county commisioners of the sev- Saturday April 13th. Under the

eral counties in this State free of law '
poll taxes
ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT charge in the same manner that the before the second must Saturday be paid In on the or I J at Solicits residence-your Phone patre (3

a General Statutes of the State of month next proceeding the election.I


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.'--- \YJ eD_ 'One'In Choiring. THE HEADLESS BANDIT. l .- *I Am Glad I; DW K," ::1I'

-- "Raising the left arm as high as Ton -
Andrew: Sanders fireman oa
; was a
.:.J can will relieve choking much more Queer Story From the Archive e
rapidly than being thumped on the the Tfenn Covrt/* .j the Northern Pacific Railroad in

s s: back" said one of the resident physicians Dr. Lope, a French physician Montana He*west out on a run.out

of a locsfi hospital. This should greatly interested himself In the of his turn to oblige a friend who,hada

be'more generally known' for often a i. tion, "What passes In the head quea-l sick wife. The fast trains ran to*

person gets choked while eating when decapitated human being related the I!I gether and Sanders was fatally

= rmiI7lts to ]seep him' g r;, ,t. iNF there is no one pear to thump him or scalded. An account says:
...11 acid strong. 8 her. following remarkable story which he j I
Very frequently at meals and
*t pt weu sad stroaa !ZsYonrDaehscheT $ stated I "He had taken the run for the day
when they are at play children get was taken from the archives of

Hav? ,l choked while eating. and the customary the Vienna courts: It; was in the year j to accommodate Fireman,Taylor, the
th Y. iA
7 : siaine acantY sad N v that I regular man of the North Coast Limited
j A manner of relieving them Is to Schoenenburg. a well knees ]
IgLIY colored? Thes w 5 -, and he failed heed the
to warning
y < them ;
slap sharply on the back. The bandit and four of his associates were i

.t7 t weLL Fay tahln 1. 4 !e; effect of this is to set the obstructionfree caught and condemned to death. They ,|i cry of the engineer to jump when

pS. V CXZT8 EACSACHE so that it can be swallowed. The were already on their knees ready to 'their engine crashed Into the two

came thins: can ,be brought about by pay the penalty of their bloody deeds engines pulling the Burlington Flyer.
=: I aU raising the left hand of the child as by 1 Sanders was pulled from beneath the
roUOJIe submitting to the awful fate of decapitation 1 i
*J2il U doesn't Qo srlsaLv.ay. high as possible: and the relief comes wrec1 age In a delirious condition i
when i
Schoenenburg addressed
TOUT money : n. ? .1
rot r much mor rapidly. In happenings of -
I
this tarrttle dls. i and, continually raved.
},, top tTldiWStsLL the Judge asking that his four com-
ease. put Your+ali on the wessanrasa -,+ u this kind there should be no alarm for *.
I 'Taylor o'd he would shout
: boy,
I
by buyre panions might be pardoned on certain ,
road t0 mat You i t if a child sees that: older persons or I
flrxt- 1 'I did It all for you. You are a mar-
{ 50o sad it *boUie. parents get excited it Is very liable to conditions. "If. asked the bandit !I
. W2 become so also. The best thing is to "after I am beheaded I get up and red man and I am single. I can

tell the child to raise Its left,arm,and walk to the first of my comrades will stand It, I am glad I did It God

LIVE OAK ,DRUG COMPAW Immediately the (obstruction passes you pardon him?" The Judge thought ]1 I bless you/ **

down the throat."Philadelphia Rec that he was pretty safe In complyingwith There'are many grimy-handed he

-:=:-- ord. the request. "Then." continued 1 1Schoenenburg. roes. There are brave men in plenty. -

'I! I I IJ1i1l1l11l: !! II I II, IIIIIId! II 1m "If I walk to the second ,I Here is one who was brave and
,the third and the fourth will
Humors of Translation. you
I generous to a fine degree. He goes
i: NOTICE Victor Hcs3; always translated the pardon them also?" The Judge replied 'I I
forth to oblige a friend In distress.He .
I'. Firth of Forth as' "the First of theFourth" that If such a miraculous feat couldbe

and swore that he was right, performed he would obtain pardons, meets with a fatal accident andwhilp'In

To Contractors and Pr.spective Builders: too, while Dl-raell noted with nase- for the other three also. The bandit : the agony of pain and the

ment "woebegone" as "donleur va- was now satisfied and. bending his presence of death he thinks of his

t'en." An early translator of Scott' head he received the fatal blow. In- ; friend and says: "You are a married -
THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. I
stantly the head rolled down In the'
"Bride of Lnmmerwxo: : :" tad It aa "La man and I am single. I can

Bride de Lammermoor." the second sand but to the surprise and horror of stand It. I am glad I did It. God

will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand word meaning '"bridle" and the same all present the headless trunk arose bless you" He bad made many trips

man rendered "Welsh' rabbit" by "La- and. walked alone. Aimlessly. It appeared I
Plaster Laths and all kinds of Brick. before. He could not know how this
the body walked around untilIt
pin du Pays de Galles. The case' of
would end. but when It endedon
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask fur prices. "La Derniere Chemise de ('Amou ** forLove's passed the first, the second the third |lone, the
edge of the grave, he cried.
Last Shift" Is classic and and the fourth condemned bandit
when the farce "Hit or Miss was when It fell down and became motion- am glad I did it."

done Into French it almost was billedas less. Query. "Flow could a headless 1"1 A sublime utterance! "Greater
Oak Brick & Co.
Live Supply
The j I IlOR "Frappe on Mademoiselle." That body think?" bath no man than this, that a

delightful piece In'which Toole was this man lay down his life for his friends."
:] ,::111 'II I I I I I ] ;: !IIII II lid I I I lilil II funniest, "Walker London." was De a Han. Miami Metropolis.The .

referred to In a French newspaper as According to the order of nature
"Londres men being equal their common venation
Promene. best
qui se The .
Xew'Pure Food and Law
that the translator could da for the Is the profession: of humanity, Drag
Oak 0rokera a & Commission Co. "Stlckit Minister" was "Le MlnlstreAssasslne and whoever Is well educated to discharge We are pleased to announce thatFoley's

iYer ." the duty of a man cannot be Honey and Tar for coughs

badly prepared to fill any of those offices colds'and lung troubles Is not affected

J that have relation to him. It by the National Pure Food and

Good JudgementIs matters little to me whether my pupilbe Drug'law as it contains no opiates or

Flour Cigars the essential characteristic of m"nand designed for the army, the pulpitor other harmful drugs and we recommend
woman. Invaluable to good the bar. Nature has destined us to
It as a safe remedy for children -
the offices of human life antecedent to
Dale Comet Oblisk Anita Fernandez business men and necessary to house- destination and adults. City Pharmacy dw
Snot. wives. A woman shows good Judge- our concerning society. To
live Is the profession I would teach
ment when she buys White's Cream
him. When I have done with him It NOTICE.
Vermifuge for her baby. 4The best Is true he will be neither
a soldier a
The Board of County Commissioners -
When you eat good br st ch as these brands worm medicine ever offered to moth- lawyer nor a divine. Let him first t*' of Suwannee County. Florida, will

ers. Many indeed, are the sensible a man. Fortune may remove bin
bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIALmake mothers who write expressing their from one rank to another as she meet at the Court House of said
County, on Thursday, April 11th at
gratitude for the good health of their pleases. He will always be found In
his 11 a. m., for the purpose of appointing
,. Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this children, which they owe to the use place.-Rousseau. Clerks and Inspectors for the

of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold
Hats !. Parliament. election to be held May :nd. 1907.
brand. If ought to feel like Suwannee dw '
Co.
you don't you a newman by Drug A member of parliament must never By order of the Chairman.J. .

stand up with his hat on even It he W. BRTSOX Clerk.
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.- '- -- The Peacock at Home has only risen to speak to the man be- '
This
April 9th, 1907.
The real home of peacocks or pea- hind him. Coming In, going out or

fowls Is In India. There they were and speechifying he is always hatless and
are hunted. and their flesh Is used for he is sometimes hatless when sitting rittrn by a Spider.

Chewing Gum Coffee food. As the birds live in the same re- down. Thus If the speaker mentions Through blood poisoning caused

f gion as the tiger, peacock hunting is avery a bill the member Is responsible for be by a spider bite, John Washington,
Tai Tola Globe Imperial dangerous The long tran! lifts his bat If his name Is mentionedIn
sport. of Bosqueville, Tex. would have lost
a speech he lifts his hat. Bven If
of the peacock is not Its tall as many
be bis leg, which became a maw of
suppose but Is composed of feather happens at those times to be bare-
beaded he running sores, bad be not been pervaded -
which grow out Just above the tail must seize a bat put It on.

and are called the tail coverts. Pea- then lift It. to' ry Bucklen's Arnica

live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. cocks have been known for many hundred Salve. He writes "The first application

years. They are mentioned In the Franklnrenve. relieved and four boxes >

Bible. Job mentions them and they Frankincense Is the purest of all In- healed all the sores." Heals every

are mentioned, too In I Kings: x. Unadred cense. It Is a gum resin from an Ara- sore. 25c at Barcla & Groover.
MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION bian terebinth. To obtain this a deep
.of in Rome thou- *
years ago many druggists. dw
I In i Your Laundry Work Notice is hereby given that at the sand peacocks were killed for the great Incision Is made In the trunk and below -

next General City Election of the feasts which the emperors made. Tbe it a narrow strip of bark peeled
off. When the exudation; has hardened. TO ACGCSTA. G1.
City of Live Oak Suwannee County, brains of the peacock were considereda
the Incision Is deepened. In about
Florida to be held on the first Tues- great treat, and many had to be three months the resin has acquired a Daily through Pullman buffet

day in May A. D. 1907 at the killed for a single feast. sufficient degree of consistency. It Is sleeping car leaves Jacksonville. Fla..

Council Chamber and in manner and gathered In large quantities and packed at 8:05 p. m., via Atlantic CoastLine
Mocrovr'a Old
Drag Store.
form as prescribed by law, the fol- The greatest drug store in the worldwill in goatskins. It was formerly be- and arrives Augusta the next

lowing municipal officers of said lieved that the trees which yielded morning at 7:40 a. m. For Pullman
be found In one of the most back-
r City are to be voted for and elect ward countries of the world. It ex- frankincense were Infested by winged reservations see the Atlantic Coast
serpents and the only way to be rid Line agents or write to Frank C.
to-wit: A Mayor, a Clerk Treasurerand Ists In Moscow and Is over two centnrips -
of them and to get at the treasure was
Assessor filled by same person; 01Its title is the Old NIkolska Boylston, District Passenger Agent.
by burning gum styrax. an odoriferous -
a Tax Collector; a :Marshal and pbann.icr. and since 1S33 It has been balsam of aromatic smell. FrankIncense Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville
In the of the Florida.
l f.im'ly present pnrlator
Sanitary Inspector, filled by same per- I was forbidden to be used for .
It Is n building! of Imposlnj: dimensions : '
son; and an Alderman from Ward embalming as it was sacred to sacrificial -
with many departments, IncludIng
No. 1; an Alderman from Ward No.' purposes. The Israelites were
one of professional education for I
2 Alderman from Ward No. 3; strictly prohibited from compoundingIt.
; an
numbers 700
the staff which
persons. Now it is used largely In Roman GRAND
an Alderman from Ward No. 4; They make up about 2.000 prescriptionsa
we feel sure .the Catholic and high church ceremonies.
we can give you an Alderman from Ward No. 5; an day. and so perfect Is the organlza

greatest satisfaction. There Is an Alderman from the City at Large; tlon that an error is seldom recorded.A An Insidious '
added Danger
stiffness and a glorious gloss
also one Bond Trustee to fill ex- .
put upon our work that enhances the pired term of C. A. Hardee, Alder- Good Go_. or Long; %KO. One of the worst features of kid- EXCURSIONTO 4

PPPearance and lengthens the life of and 4 During the American Resolution an ney trouble is that It is an insidious
man from Wards Nos. 3 to
estimate
TOOT linen. Bring your Shirts, Col- English magazine published an disease and before the victim realizes
lars fill unexpired term caused by re- of the North American colonies
Cuffs. Handkerchiefs. White and his danger be have fatal malady
may a -
moval from Wards and resignationof Placing the ponluation then at 2000.
Fancy Vests Wash Ties etc.. to our incumbents. 000.and assuming that it would double Take Tolej's Kidney Cure at the ,

Unadrjr, and you will have them Given under my hand and seal Itself every twenty-five years the writer first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities PER RYA

inlckly and carefuly done In a satis- estimated that in the year 189O the and prevents Bright's
the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907.
factory manner at a satisfactory number would have Increased to 64- disease and diabetes. City Phar- .,
I (Seal) M. E. BROOME,
Crtca.. 000.000. This may be taken as a most macy. dw
Mayor City of Live Oak,
remarkable prophecy, inasmuch as the I ON
Suwannee County. Florida. census of 1SOO fixed the total popnla.
i I The Pear Crop Is Iluined.Messrs I '
live Oak Attest: tlon at G,62.2o.
Steam
Laundry.PHONE MAY 6TH.
I S. P. MAYS, Clerk Len Dowling and Tom

139. Live Oak Florida. Don't Put oft Staten were in the city this morningand

for tomorrow what you can do today both were complaining of the

CITY BARBER SHOP.We J. F. WEBBPAPER If you put off buying a bottleof condition of the pear crop They say

hUe opened 1IAXOER l DECORATOR Ballard's Snow liniment, whea that there will not be a tenth of a Come one and all and enjoy your-

up a barber shop that pain comes you won't have any. crop this year, due to the'blight., sel
OhIo >es. Music
? furnished by the Su
In
I avenue the
White build- "Will be glad to furnish estimateson buy a bottle today. A positive cure which followed the long dry spell
g.
and solicit the wannee Brass Band.
white patronage of the work, and will guarantee satisfaction lor Rheumatism Burns Cuts, t then the cold weather and rain. Don't miss

people. Shop is newly fitted at best prices. Reference: S. Sprains Contracted Muscles, etc., T. I Both of the gentlemen are large hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

can.and everything. kept neat and A. HInely, Live Oak. Call at Demo- S. Graham Prairie Grove, Ark, I shippers of pears and tfc% industry is freshments. .

---..;. crat officeMiss writes: "I wish to thank you for quite an important one with them. ED. DAVIS. Gen. Mgr.B. -

eQueen.& Griffin. Fay Stewart, of Jasper was the good results I received from Ttey say that they will have few J. MADISON, President.

here yesterday visiting her aunt, Snow Liniment. It positively curedme 1 pears for shipment this year I ;
G. T. W. FAN I E L
Mrs. Wasdin. Miss Foy Is a frequent of Rheumatism after others had i Not only are all of the pears killed I ,

t ;!Orm !a TAaiYsst visitor to Live Oak and has many failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug but other fruit in this section has I JAMES A NEAL. .,.

-.. '. ........ ","'. admiring friends here. Company. dw hared a similar fate. Music Teacher.
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: grant it It is not evidence and you 1 I English woman an American WOHMLB .-. 117 it.IlJRYfl1s.ltLoIii i4. .Her wedJug sifts f1'08 *
must remember that you can hare is benefited quite as mach In another w0

I nothing but the evidence given to way; Before coming over here abe I herat!>aageis's wrt aeektec

you." Is crude and so restless thai her desire and a corsage decoration the stonesIn in Spring

The Jury then retired again and i for action might almost be de- which cost ): lr. Smith 0.009.

TELEGRAM YESTERDAY THAT continued its deliberations. scribed as a nervous disease. Aftera When she returns to America shebrings Suits For K

y'r .Jt1t\i HAD..BEACHED VER.-.- The-second request for Information :I few weeks/ in. England she loses .bi W 5p Wr.C09. 4! u.ah.

DICT NOT.TRUE. from the.jury was taken as positive I her:rawness eand-becomes.-more,Ken-, t aU her._J iwiawlU3uber. .. and -

indication that the verdict if :rendered I tIe.. The average American girl that In pejCQMection ,Is .a doc: collar |Yoi

based the needs Improv- several strands deep from which depends -
will be on sanity or comes
NO VERDICT IS REACHED insanity of the defendant and that I ment badly. ,She disrespectful a'draperY of stings of diamonds. "

More than a dozen. of these
the"unwritten law will have no part and irreverent As combination, :

',' In It. The request for a reading of the two .women are perfect.: strands fall loosely over the shoul- $24.

:... a portion of Mr. Delmas speech was "The :American girl get*. the idea ders to the edge of the corsage. IB

F HoursTof Deliberation Spent Without taken as a: favorable indication by the of the English girl and carries them this combination of dog collar and that we are offtrttt afc

Result So Far Nothing From defense, despite the fact that Justice out. The: .former is more.enthusiastic ; necklace are 2,000 diamonds of one Convince evry jtft

Jury Room to Fitzgerald would not allow the request over anything :new,* but flags karat each. their total value being then that they art
'
{. Report Soon after the Jury retired, quicker, while ,the English girl is U$OOOO. the greatest Tabes *TW
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Fkr Evelyn Thaw accompanied by Mr. more tenacious.. If the women of thetwo. One of the arm ornaments Is a popular price*.

I of Thaw's left. the of each diamond serpent coiled,seven times II '.
O'Reilly, counsel nations were to see more 70* want aMlCNACLSftTKftt a =

courthouse for luncheon. The crowdIn other .I thjnk a great change. in both around the arm from the.shoulder to.
New York, April 11.-Thirty-one
the street was so anxious to get a would follow. below the elbow. The eyes of ser
hours of deliberation,.and no verdict. ( t(
close look at her that she was almost"swept pent. are pigeon-blood rubles. The

4 Such was the conditioner affairsat off her feet and Mr. O'Reilly FROM. CONGRESSMAN CLARK. value of the stones ia $250,000.
11:40 o'clock .. -
tonight.. when the
was forced to fight a way through I There .are in New York only two

ThaW jury was orderedlocked up fora the crowd for her _, Appreciates the, Action of_ Florida. women whose Jewels exceed In value

second night at the criminal court'sbuilding. Legislature Endorsing His Course. those of Mrs. Smith. They are Mrs. ,

The fact, thai they; had Curious Throng. 4 Astor and Mrs.. Frederic Pearson.
F not been able to after .The following letter from Hon.
agree devoting When the 'oiher'members of the The latter's collection of perfect rI
so much time to a study and discussion Frank Clark to Representative Dor- :
left'the it
Thaw family building, required pearls has been appraised at 1500.
of man, was read In the. House pi Representatives
the case, has given rise to the \ several policemen to protect

}' belief that the trial will end in $ disagreement yesterday and ordered ,000.The '
them from the curious ones.. sudden death of Mr. Smith
i= .and the whole.affair. will spread upon the journals
Two extra court officials
were makes the superstitions recall their
have to be. gone over again.,.. "Hon. W. R.' Dorman ,
sworn in shortly after 6 o'clock and gloomy predictions when the marriage
Although the twelve men have "Tallahassee Fla, a
will assist the "
regular In
court officers Scotland took place on the
r thus far failed to reach a common "My Dear ,:Mr.. Dormant was I
in the jury. All membersof ,
attending J3th of the month the day of ill
;F opinion, and to all appearances are absent; from home when your very '
the Thaw family remained at List i omen in a land where signs and
hopelessly at set.: Justice Fltzerald d courthouse and cent out for their i kind telegram advising me of the fact, omens are all-potent. Bride and I j tiI
bag not given of t that the House Representatives
up hope having a crowds of
dinner rather than face the I bridgegroom laughed then and ridI-
3 verdict rendered. As yet DemingB. tad unanimously adopted resolutions
wbo surrounded the courthouse. At
I culed the odd superstition Mr. Smith I
Smith, foreman of the Jury has condemning Richard Barry and Willis -
6:40, .Justice Fitzgerald announced
remarking that he would chose the
#' not complained to the court that the m R. Hearst, the one for writing,
a recess until 9 o'clock, the juryat number 13.always lucky to him in + I
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Jurors are unable to reach a decision, and ttte other for' publishing the
that time having shown no signsof preference of all others.
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r and until he does it is not likely that agreement. lIbelous peonage article* which appeared
reaching an Men familiar with the affairs of
F Justice Fitzgerald will discharge Justice'Fltzger in ,the March number. 1907.
At 653 ld left the
James
Henry Smith estimated his fortune
: them. The Impression prevails thatif .of the Cosmopolitan Magazine and ,
courtroom for dinner. A few minutes
: from
the twelve men unable to the made yesterday at $75.000.000
.1- are agree .commending; speech by me
later the jury started for the !| to "
80000000. In 1899 he
Inherit
at the expiration of forty-eighthours, ,in the House of Representatives oft
( Broadway Central hotel for dinner.In ,
t. they will be released from further )e Congress of the. United States on ed $56,000,000:one lump from his 9
spite of their confinement
r.t service. The very fact, however, long the: Fourth day of'March, last uncle. George Smith who died in
they .looked fresh and were laughing i,
; that "no intimation has been J'ecelvedfrom talking : "I beg to say to you, an through London on October 7, of that year. 1
and left
together when they
the jury room that the men are the II r you }o. the Honorable House of. Re* Mr. Smith had between $2.00.000 f
building.
unable to agree has been construedby '-preventatives that I duly..appreciate and 3000.000 before his uncle k
Juror Pink, who was ill during the
many who have followed the proceedings day looked much better than when .: this action both on your.part and on died.-Washington Post.

closely. as an indication ;tie part of the House. That this
oe appeared in court this afternoon. !
':
that a verdict will eventually be man Barry, willfully and malicious According to the Bartow papers
The ,strain so far does not seem to
reached. have told particularly on any of the :: lv, for pelf, libeled the: State o( that city has offered to buy and donate "
the buildings and ground of the FINE CLOTHUM
;
{ Thaw Family Crestfallen. ther jurors. i Florida wad all her people is now ....."......+*
.. When the jurors returned tonight patent ,to every.tone; that William abolished South's Florida Military w.. 4
The, mother wife and the two sisters I!R. Hearst a .millionaire byInherit- College( if the Methodist Conferencewill

i- and brothers of the defendanwere from: dinner,. one of them John S. I locate their orphans' home at Suit for business or drtwlte-
vwho
ance perhaps,.has !the greatest
in the criminal Dennee, No. 10, carried grip. To look and fit aa It mad to
that
courts' buildingup i thirst,for office.and the least capacity place, and there is prospects
to the last minute, and when itwas the waiting crowd this.seemed to In-I to fill one of in the of the offer" being accepted. then you shoeldn'% fill to &.
anJ'mau United
dicate that the jury had.
:_ finally, announced that the jury States who see these three After tsttJp
: ever-aspired to high position
had been locked up over night and discharged reached. a verdict tonight.or expected to be J II deliberately.(published this villainous Chap. Tedder, now of Tampa is in the noted

there was no longer any possibility of I I libel, also for pelf. Is likewise here today. Mr. Tedder is one of

a verdict before tomorrow, they re- Thaw 0# Is Cheerful patent to eiery observing per. the best business s men In the country II ClIAELS-stEBJ
turned to their hotel crestfallen..
but the hardest to
Harry Thaw's family-his white- son.Ve can congratulateourselves pump news
__ They had; hoped and looked for a decision the from. He will tell you all about his
haired mother his pale young wife on fact however;- that Hearst FINE CLOII1M
today, and the news that they wife visiting Live Oak and about
11 his sisters, and brothers remained at and his scandal-morning yellow

would have to pass another night in the courthouse until late in.\.be night journals are so thoroughly hell himself going to Jacksonville but You will find the .t1'aM .

doubt.and anxiety was received with They visited the defendant on several known in America that he is power- whenit comes to news about himselfW. the finish and the fit of tW

keen disappointment.At occasions, in the prisoner's pen on less with all bid Inherited millions L. Tedder and his associates your size at every price, -

11 o'clock tonight the jury in the floor above the courtroom. Their i to cast a stain' upon the fair name investing in lands with a view of you want them. DetaUs j jAt(5J

the Thaw case had not reported an purpose was to cheer him, but he appeared of our beloved Florida. 'I establishing a big mill here, he plays
agreement. and it was said in the I 'I !. aid
"While I the deaf and dumb act, and won't
by far the most cheerful of did no more'than I con- ;
t courtroom that no verdict waa insight fa
the group. The man's confident air ,ceived to be my duty on the floor of even scratch information on the re (

seems never to leave him for any Congress in attempting to defend the porter's pad. But we have a private ali the .,
Twice during the day the
jury
great length of time and a buoyancyof name of our fair State against these way of prying into other people's stjte
f came lain court to ask for certain I I
spirit is nearly always apparent. base imputations, and while I feel affairs and we can confidently assert ric-effects-gray and

exhibits and the rereading of portions Few men accused of murder in the that I would have been*unworthy of that the Tedder Bros will be promi- worsteds, casclmer,

of'testimony and extracts of JusticeFitzgerald' first degree have awaited the sealingof thehigh place which I hold at the nent factors in the upbuilding of Live tweeds-co us torn-tailored'

charge. One of these their fate with the calmness and lands of tie good people of this district Oak, and that a big mill will be ished equal to $30 to

requests related to the testimony of the happy-go-lucky manner which ; if I Lad remained silent yet I located here I if the near future. made suits, for your
1/ Drs. Evans
and Wagner Justice
characterized Harry Thaw since toe appreciate to the fullest the actionof lion at only -
Fitzgerald said these men were com-
fury retired at 5:17 o'clock on Wednesday yourself and colleagues in giving NOTICE.
petent to give testimony as to Thaw's *u the
afternoon. There were all me your vote of confidence It is A directors' meeting of the Pro-
mental condition because of their AfX styles is
sorts of rumors and gueses in the good to receive the commendation of ducers Warehouse Co., will meet at AltplO
personal examinations. steMitd
air today as to how the jury stood your fellows? but it is better still to my office on Saturday the 20th. to ted cat
;
3 Judge Stopped Discussion. There were more different reportsas deserve their good opinion. I trust discuss matters of business to the tailored throughout and

_
i Foreman Smith started to discuss to the results of the ballots than that my future course may be such as company cellent worsteds chcvloU tl

= certain other phases of his charge there could possibly have been test to deserve the good opinion of yourself CHAS. II. BROWN. President and tweeds ia beaatifml

, with Justice Fitzgerald, but was stopped votes taken. None of the reports and such representative gentle- Live Oak Fla.NOTICE newest color effects-prthe

short. had any degree of authenticity. men as compose the House of Representatives -
$35 to-measure-au
j 'I cannot discuss the matter with Some were offered in jest by promi of the Florida Legislaturefor OF ELECTION.To suits, here in all styles d

you. Be careful about that, Mr. nent figures connected with the trial 1907. With assurances of my' the Sheriff of Suwannee County only ._m
and occasionally these were taken in continued regard. I am,
Foreman, explained the judge., State of Florida: I

e Foreman Smith wrote a note and deadly earnest by persons who overheard Yours most truly, Know ye. That I, H. Clay Crawford I theiatianti fiaest

passed it up to Justice :Fitzgerald, them. FRANK CLARK." Secretary of State of the Stateof At Z of hiss th e'

who then directed that that portion Florida, do hereby give <
''r of his At least four railroad spotters have ponce styles a51-
charge relating to the hypothetical SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME that a

questions put to the experts been in Live Oak in the past few days. Special Election suitings of finest quail -

for both the prosecution and defense, Last night B. F. SIkes nightoper will be and domestic worsteds et *_*
held in the
Needed in nriU..h.olnniitl_ tBrighten o county of Suwan-
ator at the Seaboard
be read. freight depot, gee and eassimeres- "
Up English \\omen. nee, State of Florida, on Thursday
The while arranging to send out a train in
charge stated that the jurors the second every detail of $40 tf
day ef
May. A. D.
were not bound to accept nor allowedto Special cable to the Globe-Democrat discovered some pne prowling about the mid Thursday 1907 measure-made suits* cpedM

accept opinions based on hypothetical London, April 7.-:Mrs. Thayer, the platform, and. challenged him. Second being the for this week only 1
Day of
questions as they would accept president of the American lyceum No response was received, and Mr May

facts. In hypothetical questions the club, who has been promoting a Sikes fired five slots at,the intruder. for a State Senator of the State of SPRING SUITS FOR Ej

court declared it is always of first importance scheme to bring American women who.. no doubt, was a "spotter," and'I I Florida from the Seventeenth Senatorial S2.50 TO S1,5-

. that the facts contained in to English universities on Rhodes he responded with two shots. It District of said State com

such questions have been establishedto scholarship lines, said today: a pity Mr.: Sikes' aim; 'was not ac posed of the County of Suwannee. to Every suit at, every

the satisfaction of the jury Opinions "English women want sharpening curate. The office men of all the fill the vacancy occasioned by the carefully selected mat

on such questions should be up, and by mixing with American roads coming here are honest, and death on the fifth day of April 1907, ored by specialists to i

a considered in connection with all the women will get it, while the latterwill no spotter is needed in Live Oak. of Hon. J. R. Newlan. Senator from keep their shape and fit
said District.In
evidence in the case. obtain"* the toning down they every size-Norfolk, dot

"I believe now that is all," gentlemen very mach need. Under the Influence A Rich Widow's Beautiful Gems. Testimony Whereof I have ed and single-breasted

,*' said Justice Fitzgerald. of an American woman, an Eng By the death of her husband. In Great hereunto set my hand and caused the dainty creations In ply

."No sir," Interposed Foreman fish woman smartens up wonderfully Kiote Japan. Mrs. James Henry at Tallahassee Seal of the State to be affixed fabrics for little men of

Smith there was one more requestXoihiag She becomes quicker brighter and Smith, hIs bride of six months, becomes 8th. day of the Capital this the yeas
April. A
D. 1907.
more vivactous. Once she i
developes one of the richest
But Evidence widow in (Seal) H. CLAY -
these qualities she retains them; she' the world. Mrs. Hetty Green and CRAWFORD
"That request" said Justice Fitz will also AmericanI I Secretary of State
try to beat an
Mrs. Russell
Sage are about the.oaly J, 1L
gerald, "is that certain portions of i' woman at her own game of making two whohave greater 'wealth, Sheriff RICKERSON. BUTLER B

the summing up address by Mr. Del an impression. tMrs.- James Henry Smith ,bas,_on e Suwannee County. ,. J

ma{shall. bed read you. I cannotr. "By her.social.Intercourse with in of the most valuable collections of I R:Subscribe' ., -L .

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