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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 17, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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C huee f April 16.-Embraced April '16.-(Copyright, .
its work of both branches of the 1907, by the Pittsborg Leader Pub-

galda legislature today were sev- lishing Company.) ,

rtl natters of passing Interest. The -The Pittsburg Leader this after-
,ii4eratioa by the senate and the ::--' noon prints a six-column statement

' tile constitutional vote of from Mrs. C. J. Holman. mother of
.Heard resolution proposing Evelyn Nesbit Thaw in which'she. de- '
WIt amendment to constitution fends herself against the'accusations

iu the cpcctacvlar but none the lessjo&ble expressed and implied -against. her
feature of the day. For prosily during the Tha .-trfaL -- ---

tea years Senator Beard has The statement: opens'by saying that =
idled the question and this fact was: two nights after the night upon which {

8It clearly demonstrated on his Harry. Thaw 'shot. Stanford White
citations. The embodied she: received this telegram from her:

|M Is or coarse If passed by houses i [aughter:

i u4 approved by the Governor "It Is most Important for you to
i4 ratified by the people to force a say: absolutely nothing." #

. before the supreme court of the Until now she had remained silent

*flt4 States. testing the validity of and has been forced to" take the de-

it fourteenth and fifteenth amend- fensive because of the attacks made

.... A great' big question it is upon her by Mr. DelmasJn his closing

tn, and one that for long over aeeatary address to the Thaw jury.
Utter has taxed the brain 1e' wartd' t Iy She denies that she aided the district f

fA ability of constitutional author- attorney in any way and that

| tad stidenU.Hea she had been seen by Mr. Jerome.'Mr.

agala la the senate this t .Garvan.:.. or Mr. Hartridge.Mrs. .
t ealag tie Hudson bill for creation '. Holman then details her
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palm Beach county: came as a sort .t : 'MMuley' in New York World. struggle following the death of .he
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I rprlIe. That It was coming all --- ---------- ----r first husband In her efforts to properly -

r,bat Mae guessed quite so soon, ,raise her two children and says

ton delegation from Dade counts TOM\ WATSON HITSNtGRO STRUCK Y STREET SCAR INDIANS ON WAR PATHTHEY hen: daughter' first posed for an ar-
v>last. night. Both. aide of tist named Storm, of Philadelphia,
.MW eouaty division fight are I ': Pa., who met Evelyn at Cresson. Pa.,

HI represented. a summer resort when a little girL
At trht Is also now progressing POLITICIAN COMPLAINS OF" SLOW DR. BROUGHTOX AND WIFE OF i ARE-.NOT SATISFIED WITH "Florence." she says "was In love
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.. Beeting of the'house commit- TRAIN-I"ORTER'tTHOLDSROAD ATLANT, PAINFULLY THE ACTION. OF' OUB*. with the stage.** .s ..,. .. ;
n city aDd county organization HURT PEOPLE : Sb did everything to discourageher
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arfag able and strong arguments but It was useless., ,
r.t4 against the creation of the i The story of Florence's first meet- '*
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f conty of Pinellas out of Hills- :ing with Stanford White she says Is
PASSENGER TRAIN STOPPED REV. C. JC: RIDLEY PRESENTWas REGARDING:TOM TIGER'S BODY
*ntlL This Is unquestionably go- substantially as told by her on the .
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winning by Lake City in the Ii turned she told her mother she bad

iit- skirmish over reconsldera- Before the Controversy Is Finally. :I With Dr. and Mrs. Broughton Trouble Feared for People Living In met the grandest man and later "
* and final passage by vote of 18 I Settled and Peace Restored-Negro '\"henttldent Occurred-He I the Everglades-Settlement of when Mr. White sent for her she
H of the resolution for a commit- Hit with Watson's Grip Escaped Serious Injuries I Venus is Deserted went to his office.

tef., inspection marked the re pent I II I Mr. White she said, warned her .
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< another contest which In the I specifically against several young

4 nay at most approximate the lust ''Ii Auglista, Ga., April 17.-The Tall- Atlanta, Gi., April 16.-Dr. Len I Arcadia, April 16.-Great excitement men with whom Florence had become _
"* la the Buckman bill In 1905. road and race problems were joined i Broughton and his wife f and Rev. C. I prevails at Venus a settlementof acquainted, but did not refer to

City wants and does not disguise I I on a train between Atlanta and' A. Ridley of Live Oak, were the : some 150 persons, thirty miles Thaw.
s fact a state normal or technologi- Augusta the other day, when Thomas I victims of a street car accident to- southeast of here, because of rumors His manner, words and actions
1 Kaool atlllzlng the former univer- Watson once candidate of the popu- night. Mrs. Broughton being pos- : that the Seminole Indians are pre- were the personification of wholehearted

T ndings. Yet U Is but proper list party for .the presidency of the I sibly seriously injured, internal Injuries paring to go on the war-path to disinterested generosity
My the vote today on the resolu- United States, and now the editor of being feared; Dr. Broughton 'i avenge the removal of the body of Mrs. Holman says. and if ever a woman '

*_ was not a test vote on the final a magazine in Atlanta, engaged In an i having an ankle sprained and his leg Tommie Tiger some weeks ago. reposed confidence in a man she

**Uoa and WM M explained bye altercation with a railroad porter i' hurt, and Rev Ridley escaping with 'I Sunday night, unknown persons attempted says she did. Mrs. Holman asserts _
* J senators In casting their vote. which ended in blows. bruises. i to assassinate Thomas that if Florence underwent the experience X

4 toil the house has yet to act one Mr. Watson was on a Pullman car The three were walking to the I Crews, a mail carrier in his home that is said to have befallen
resolution. The situation now is and was anboyed by the slow time First Baptist Church and stepped off near Venus. He returned the fire her she did not take her into her

U Lake City has scored one.' made by the train and by what he one track to escape a wagon, being and his assailants escaped.A confidence. '

Veto Messages. termed the lack of courtesy shown hit by the car which passed over the trail was discovered leading from Continuing, she says:

The sisal custom Inmost cases of him by the road officials. He and the body of Mrs. Broughton. They state the Everglades, with a smoulderingfire "Had she told me what she told the

* *< legislation '" acquiescing In conductor engaged in a talking matchin that the car gave no warning of its where the party bad camped for Thaw jury it would not have been ;
* 0* governor on acts of preceding which the porter soon became a approach. the night and reports were broughtin necessary for, Harry Thaw to kill
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tfl t-res and then If desired in- party the negro taking up for the that Indians had been gatheringin Stanford White.. J would have done "...
*dag new bills covering the Ideas road side of the question. Then Mr. NEGRO LYNCHED. large numbers. It myself. --
tie old !Was temporarily checked Watson grew excited, and landed Residents of the settlement hastily Speaking of the European trip. '
ta. lope today- on the veto mes- the porter a whaling blow in the face gathered up necessities and are pour- Mrs. Holman says: ""

P oa the bill requiring the funds with his grip. For a while therelookl'd Hanging Followed Shooting of Five ing into Arcadia for protection.A "Every detail of the trip was and .

the internal Improvement fund to like serious trouble would be Men in Louisiana. searching party went out Sun- is a nightmare to me. Mr.. Thaw_ j

placed In the state treasury. After the outcome between the negro, Mr. Cola, La., April 16.-The sequelof day night immediately after the at- joined us in Paris. Florence and I
sA 4 eUlllon. Including an able Watson, his friends and the conductor the shooting of five white men and tempt to assassinate Mr. Crews, but shared the same apartments. Mr.

Nch by Mr. MacWllliams. of St. but finaly an atmosphere resemb two negroes at Bunkie La., Sunday, could not find the marauders. Thaw had apartments by himself. I ., !
*** ad on roll call it was voted ling peace was restored, and the par- was the lynching of the negro Charlie Venus is sixty miles from the homeof There was no pleasure In our tour for t

rteouSdeor by wrote of 30 to 23, ties concerned were given an opportunity Strauss, near here today. Masked men the Indians. me. The things which appealed o)1
e Ja place of either taking a vote to care for injured heads took him away from deputies who Florence and Mr. Thaw in Paris did ,

the question as to whether thethonld and hurt feelings. While the scrap had arrested him and it is stated Col. A. ". Cockrell Is Dead. not appeal to me. Florence testified _
pass or not over the gov- was In progress the train was stop that the deputies offered no resls- that we quarreled frequently .
Fla. 16.-COl-
Jacksonville April
J s veto. the house on motion of ped. tence. The negro was hanged to a while In Paris. In fact, continually.The .
onel A.V.. Cockrell of Jacksonville
r.Watson of Dade made this part!- tree after which many shots were disagreements were caused by
of the leading lawyers of Florida, '
1ar veto message the special order Kansas is Gripped in Blinding Snow. fired into his body. He was charged one i my protests over visits to star restaurants. 3
this in this
died suddenly morning
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week from today and two hun- with assault upon a white woman. I .
Kan. April 16.-A whirling of heart disease aged 72.
Topeka city
*4 COpies of the bill were ordered This was the second attempt in two In closing Mrs. Holman says: < .;J'
led blinding snow storm prevailsover I first Colonel Cockrell was a gallant of "I solemnly affirm that
days to lynch Strauss, the one my love for .;
'Tte Joint committee this part of Kansas this mornIng I Sunday night having resulted in the ficer of the Confederacy and came to my daughter is as deep and Intense .1
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to visit the of 36 d e-
with
r te educational institutions left to- a temperature I seriously wounding of five white men. Jacksonville after the war from Ala as it was when I first held her in; my, .

bL for 8L An i8tine to visit the in- grees. I Strauss had been taken from the bama. Although much interested in arm a helpless babe. Regardless ,of 1
uoa and eScaped. in the. darkness politics, he never held office, but for all that has transpired affection
my
for Deaf, Dumb'and Blind. port to the legislature the last of.next I Bunkie jail
Oa nvid&j they.visit the Univer- week. :. !' while his captors were shooting may years was a great political Is unaltered. The door et mx home' .', 'i'
at 'I also alleged that power in Florida. is open to her and will swing wide '
Cuaea ille. returning to visit ,- A-Special icommitee, to visit the at randoip."' It ,
J'eJQale fired into the lynching Ie' was the senior partner of the at her slightest tap. today tomorrow
ezpectec: to negroes
college and'colored nor-: drainage operations.. : ,
school here tarty. law firm of A. W. Cockrell & Sons. and always while I live." ..
probably they re-I leave tomorrow. ,.., '"

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2 UTB OAK; DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY;.APJW1,..17,.*...

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Jut Because ORDINANCE Ko. 56.: to the northern bounadry of Wilbur _
PROFESSlOSAtG3.2Mwii. -
Work !
"P&eomonU's Deadly
street ,as It now stands running
your cough is only in the throat and An 'Ordinance' to amend Sections 1032
riffle angles to saidPbio avenue
has so seriously affected my right I does not trouble you now. doa't 1.2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the feet to White street in White's Addition ,

lung." writes Mrs. Fannie Connor atentlon. Whenit City of Live Oak. Florida being an u
think that it needs no In said City of,Live Oak ,Florida -
of Rural Route 1, Georgetown. Tenn., i has not had much of a start is the Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to excepting therefrom three feet gROWN
prohibit the running at large. on the
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night side of the
that I coughed continuously across the -Northern
: time to check'lL The slightest streets of the City of Live Oak of
burial grounds
and day and the neighbors' prediction cough easily leads to Pneumonia horses mules, hogs and goats and which Parsnley Is Included family In said description PHYSICIANS&\
inevitable I'
seemed ,
-consumption to provide for the Impounding and
i Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle and within the iron fence inclosing

until my husband brought homea of Ballard's Horehound Syrup" will disposing of the same," passed said burial grounds. ygQAi: s- '

New DL coiery. September 30th. 1903 and approved condemnation
tottle of Dr. King's It Section II. That
that cough. The price puts -
be the cure October 6th. 1903. shall be Instituted in the DR. J.
proved to proceedings
which in my case of within reach of alL Sold by Suwan- Be it ordained by the Mayor and name of the City of Live Oak. In ac- W.Physician .

only; real cough cure and restorer nee Drug Co. dw* City Council of.the City, of Live Oak. cordance with -ttM- provisions of the .

weak sore lungs." When all other Florida: Statutes in such case made and provided and;

fail still able publications of Its kind published Section la. That Section 1, Section -
.remedies utterly you may for the purpose of carryingout Office: Carton.Bui'dlpLf
*d in the United States. It is 2 and Section 7 of OrdinanceNo. }
win in the battle against lung and the provisions of Section 1 of_
printed on heavy book paper and con- 1C of the City of Live Oak. this Ordinance. Residency at
throat troubles with, New Discovery tains thirty-four pages is publishedon Florida, being' an ordinance entitled "
Section III. That this ordinance rboaus Office)i0.1a>. >.
the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar- the 25th of each month. Each and "An ordinance to prohibit the run- shall take effect upon its passage by 1te JcI-. NaiUR.M .

clay & Groover druggists. 50c and every department is In charge of an ning at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the Dna Stare .
dwWOXDHRFUIj I expert. No one who has a horse cat- City of Live Oak. of horses mules ,
=1.00. Trial bottle free. Mayor, or upon Its becoming an
tle or live stock should be without hogs and goats, and to provide for ordinance without the approval of the E. BROO

this publication. the Impounding and disposing of the Mayor. ,.

CLUB OFFER. MAXWELL'S TALISMAM is a handsome same," approved October 6, 1903. be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion .

32-page monthly publication and the same are hereby amended so Robertson. and passed by City

What Five Dollar d Seventy-Five printed on heavy book paper and as to read as follows: Council in regular session assembledon ATTOR rEY&

Cents Will Do. contains many handsome half-tone Il- "Section 1. Horses, mules hogs this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907. LIVE OAL :
lustrations. It is a publication thatis and goats shall not be allowed to run CHAS. H. BROWN.
This paper at Quite an expense anda edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell at large upon any of the streets alleys President City Council. wn practip is aII w
lal
deal of work has arranged a atteat.o r an t t
great one of the best-known writers in this lanes or unenclosed property,of Attest: of Beat*Etc. AH lrac.4.,.
Club offer of fourteen well-known country. No publication In its class the City of Live Oak. and that ;cows S. P. MAYS. City Clerk.I dt*

Papers and Magazines including the with Maxwell's Talisman.It shall not be allowed to run at large Neraat testae 8ras
LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT for compares S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the
has been published at Chicago. Ill., upon any of the streets lanes, or
of Live Florida do
City Oak hereby
could
that
we
only $3.75. Realizing public highways of the'said M. DIXON
City or
for seven years. L
largely increase our circulation we other unenclosed premises within certify that the above and foregoing ,

entered into a contract to use the THE FARM MONEY MAKER is a the following boundary In said Cityof Ordinance'No. 57 was regularly pass-

Papers and Magazines that compose large handsome publication which Live Oak Florida, to-wit: ed by the City, Council on the 8th day DENTISt *

this Club. The Daily Democrat does has been running a great many years Beginnig at a point where Irvinand of April:A: D. 1907 and the same

not make a cent out of this offer. in Cincinnati O.. and contains various First streets intersects and running Is herebr.cerUfied to the Mayor for OBTODONTIA, : CROWH .

In fact we lose money but by increasing departments in regard to every south to where Irvin and Car- his approval. :

our circulation we can secure part of the farm aid also has manywellknown roll streets Intersect thence easy to Witness my hand and seal of said Wong ; SracT. ,

more advertising and also get a bet- writers in charge of Houston street thence south along City. this 8th day of April A. D.

ter rate for same. No paper ever be- special departments devoted to the Houston street to John street thence 1907. J. LY1E

fore made an offer that equals ours. home and also matter that is interesting east on John street to Church street (Seal) S. P. MAYS PracticalWATCHMAKER

Every paper goes to you for one full 'and of value to every memberof thence south on Church street to cor- City Clerk.

year. All are well known and long the famUy.SOL'TUERX. poration line thence east Examined and approved by me

established and worth many times the POULTRY FANCIER. tion line to White street on corpora-thence this 9th day of April A. D. 1907. AND
ask. They are from the M. E. BROOME Mayor. 85
price we This magazine is devoted to poultryand north on White street to Howard year's experieaa
East and West. Their
North.
South all of its departments and is street thence east on Howard streetto Good stock of Watches
combined values including the Live The Price of Health. ilwij,
published at Atlanta Ga. Each issue a point opposite Georgia avenue
Oak Daily Democrat is over 113.00. contains from 40 to 50 pages, printedin thence north to and along Georgia
"The ot health In malarious
offer
We are only able to make this price a
L.K BOBBUOK.
magazine form on heavy book pa- avenue to the northeast corner of Li
r for a very short time and it will positively Bryson street and Georgia district is just 25 cents;' the cost ofa
per. Anyone that has chickens pigeons avenue .
If
be withdrawn soon. offered you pet stock turkeys geese ducks thence due north along section line box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," TJOBERSON&ATTORNEYSAT
want the best bargain ever
order Club Do not etc.. will not only save but make to a point opposite Fifth street writes Ella Slayton of Noland. Ark.
the now.
you money by having this well-known thence west to and along Fifth streetto
wait for you may nesltate too long.If New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im-
magazine before them. If anyone Atlantic Coast Line railroad .> I
you are already a subscriber to any takes this publication and does not thence southwest across Atlantic part new life and vigor to the sys-
or all of the papers in the Club your Coast Line railroad tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat Will do general
say that it is one .f the best of its to First. street Courts
time will be extended jone year from Federal
do kind, and is as handsome readableand thence west along First street to Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw
date of order. Probably you
your "
point of
valuable a poultry paper as is beginning. ROOMS 1 asp a [UP-SIAJML
and Im
,not care to have all of the Papers 1
address. If published; we will send same to them "Section II. It shall be the duty 'PBoNa No,111.
sent to your
Magazines three months absolute of the City Marshal CLERK AND INSPECTORS.Live .
have as present. or any deputy LIVE OAK. :
not: you can split the Club and Marshal Or policeman nf the :

them sent ot any number of different THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNALis City to take possession of and said Oak Fla.. April 11, 1907.

addresses or two or more parties can published in Boston and no matter ,in a pound to be place FOLEMI !
_ come in together and.divlde the Club i what price is paid for a similar pub- provided for that II The Board of County Commissioners ;
purpose any horse mule hog or goat ,asildr safe._ .
ss
among themselves. On acount of the lication, no one will be able to securea found by him or them of Suwannee County. Florida at 1.CLINTON
limited time that we will be able to publication at the same price which running at
large upon of ] called for and held
any the streets a meeting on said
alleys
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make this wonderful offer we will be will equal this one. It is published in *
unable to furnish sample copies to the interest of the women and child- highways within or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commis- ( & I

anyone. We take pleasure in givinga ren and it is worth many times the take possession said, of City and, and likewise sioners W. A. Tison M. L. Burnett

short sketch of each paper in the price Club. that Is asked for the entire pound any cow found by place him or inr them said. and J. H. Grant appointed the fol-

Club. running at large on any of the streets I lowing named persons Inspectors and

THE PLANTERS JOURNAL of COLL"I MAGAZINE: Is published alleys lanes, public highways or I Clerks of an election to be held in
Memphis Tenn.. is in its seventeenth in New York in magazine form other unenclosed property of "said --
i said County on May 2, 1907.
year. It is published monthly on the and is one of the most readable City of Live Oak within the bound-'

15th of each month. Colonel Hugh magazines of its kind ever producedby aries prescribed in Section I hereof.: District No. 1.-W. T. McCullers Wholesale andtailDealersin .

I... Bedford its editor is one of thebestknown any publisher. It is full of interesting "Section VII. For catching and I J. E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady. In-

agricultural writers in the matter and contains articles impounding stock under this ordin- spectors; A. J. Williams Clerk.
United States. He lives on his model which are prepared by some of the ance, the City Marshal shall be
farm near Memphis and also has a best-known writers in the country. to the following fees, namely entitled District No. 2.-W. E. Harrell J. ]

large cotton plantation in Mississippi This magazine will please all, no mat For catching and impounding horses R. Bassett and H. A. Thompson. In-

and an orange and fruit farm in ter how critical they are in regard to mules and ,cows fifty cents per head, spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk.

Florida. lie is ably assisted by a what they read. goats thirty cents per head, hogs one District No. 3.-WIll McLeod G. da and
large number of department editors dollar head. W
writers and correspondents.The THH 1 R.iC'nC..L.RlElt.. This per For feeding and W. Goff and A. M. Moseley. Inspec-
special taking care of
of its well-known magazine which is pub- such stock while in tors W. D. Whatley.
Journal makes a specialty pound for horses ; Clerk.
mules and
lished in Philadelphia is not only one cows he
Cotton Manufacturing Lumber and shall receive District No. 4. L.
forty C. Young J. H.
cents ,
Departments in additionto of the most successful of its kind, per day per
Industrial full and complete depart- but without doubt one of the most head each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod and George Gamble. Inspec-

ments having of the Home Garden Fruit carefully edited papers in the United per and day selling per head such each animals; for advertising tors; Ed. McLeod. Clerk. MEATPhone

Farm Poultry Cattle Live Stock States. Any farmer planter or, in receive the sum of fifty he shall District No. 5.-T. H. H. Hunt T.
fact who has fruits flowers cents for
,
etc. It ia very readable and full of anyone horses L. Dorsett
mules and W. M.
and contains 32 vegetables live stock and poultry, or cows per head, and George In-
bright snappy news will find that the Practical Farmer for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- spectors; B. E. Martin. Clerk.

pages. will save them during the year many five cents per head each. The word District No. 6.-J. S. Newsome S. 2L
THE AMERICA FARMER of Indianapolis "hog" under
this ordinance shall be ;
times the price that they pay for the
Ind., has been published entire Club. taken to include "pigs." G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw, In-

twenty-
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue THE HOME QUEEN MAGAZINEis !shall take effect immediately upon District No. 7.-T. P. Hurst. T. Z. Promdt deliveanywhere ,
full from this published in New York in maga- its
contains a page poem passage by the Council and ap- Hurst and B. M.
zine form and contains from 30 to 60 Holland Inspectors;
well-known writer. It is published proval by the Mayor as to mules,
monthly and contains 24 pages. ThereIs pages each issue. This well-known horses, goats and hogs but shall not A. J. Bass. Clerk.

no better paper for the home and publication contains many interesting I go into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-G. H. Dorman J.M. in

farm than this well-known: publication stories, and some of the most valuable from its passage by the City Council.. Kite and J. H. Johns Inspectors
;
articles, which are prepared by
Passed by City Council in regular J. E. Ferguson Clerk.
SUCCESSFUL FARMER is published well-known writers. Every depart- session this 8th day of April, A. D.
ment is fully covered by experts in 1907 District No. 9.-S. W. Gary W.
at Des Moines, Ia., and has been CHAS. H. BROWN, R. City.THOMPSON .
this publication. One of the most In- More
President and Calvin
long established. Each issue contains City Council. Sistrunk Inspectors;
from 50 to 60 pages and it is one teresting departments is that con- Attest: Stewart Smith Clerk. .
and most complete ducted by a well-known writer under S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I IJ
handsomest
of the
District No. &
10.-A.
the head of "For the Little Fellows H. Hall L.
S. P. Mays
world.
publications of its kind in the City Clerk of the
and another is "Chats With Mothers City of Live A. Leggett and J. F. Williams
and Oak. Florida In-
Every department of the farm do hereby 1:
Another is "Decoration of Your Drays and Delivery
certify that the above spectors; C. L.
home is fully represented in this paper and foregoing Sealey Clerk. '
another valuable
and depart-
and each of these departmentsis Home Ordinance. 56 was regularly pass- District No. 11.-S. Phillips. H. Furniture moving a
ment under the head of "Embroid-
in charge of an expert. It is a very ed by the City Council on the 8th day C. KIght and A. M.
also a partment of "Amusingthe Lewis Inspectors
ers WOO
bandome publication and is a monthly of April, A. D. 1901, and the same ; STOVE ]
Children, and another one under Is hereby T. A. Mikell Clerk.
certified to the
book Mayor for
published? on paper. the head of "Home and How to his approval District No. 12.-S. D. Hugglns J Any length delivered to a|
GUEKVS FRUIT GROWER of Really Make it Home," and another ,
Witness my hand and seal of D. Goss and
J. J.
has been publishedfor department under the head of "Our said Holmes Inspectors Give)
Rochester, N. Y.. City. this 8th day of ; of city promptly.
April A. D. J. H.
twenty-seven years, and is edited Deauty Doctor. There are many 1907. Anderson. Clerk.
A. Green who is saidto other interesting articles in this District busines. Phone |
by Col. Chas. publication (Seal) S. P. MAYS, No. 13.-H. E. Dele gal. W.
be the best-known writer of this which space alone forbids us J. Reynolds
kind in the world. He U ably assisted to mention. Any subscriber to this Examined City Clerk. and A. C. Johnson In- MOEBI
H. J.
by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as- Clubb will after reading this paper, this 9th and approved by me spectors; J. J. Corbett Clerk.
day of
April, A. D.
sistant editor. These two well-known we believe, renew their subscriptionfor M. E. BROO IE. 1907. District No. 14.-T. C. Williams Contractor and -

gentlemen also have a large numberof same from year to year withoutany Mayor. L. B. Davis and T. G. Hall Inspec- .

department editors and special solicitation upon the part of anyone tors; W. L. Melnnis Clerk. Apply for plans, .
writers. This magazine alone is ORDINANCE NO. 57.
ask for the District No. 15.-T. J. and specificaticsa
worth the price that we Lanier J.
All of An Ordinance
the above Magazines and
providing
entire Club. In its class, no paperin for the A. Gilby and J. J. Collins
(
Inspectors
this country with it. Papers contain stories and reading establishing, opening and extending A. L. ; Office on Ohio Ave., A. C I*
compares matter for every and all members of of Wilbur street in the City of Live Burton Clerk

MODERN' STORIES, of Mew York, the family, from the smallest babyto Oak, Florida, from the east side of District No. 16.-E. K. Goff. A. J.

is a handsome and well known publication the oldest member. Every depart- Ohio avenue eastward to White Futch and D. W. Harrell The GreatBromoPepj fleadaGliG

which is published monthlyand ment of the home, farm and businessare street in White's Addition to said J. C. Brock Clerk.District Inspectors;
Is equal to any of the well known fully covered by the best writers. City ten hundred and thirty-two

monthly magazines. This alone is You will see thousands of new pic- (103:!) feet said street to be fifty No. 17.-J. S. Parker. T. !

worth the entire price of the Club. tures and illustrations in these publications <(50> feet in width. W. Scott and W. H. Johnson, Insp --

Carefully edited and contains matters during the year that you Be It Ordained by the Mayor and tors; H. B. Brown, Clerk. '
that will interest every member o* the I will be unable to find in any other City Council of the City of Live Oak, The Board "Note the Word Pep ;

family. papers. This paper feels proud to Florida ordered the Clerk to I

SOUTHWEST MAGAZINE is pub- I be able to offer to its patrons a Clubof Section 1. That Wilbur street in prepare the official ballot to be voted CURES Head:

lished at St. Louis Mo., on the first of this kind composed of such representative the City of Live Oak, Florida, as it at said special election to be held in :
I Papers and Magazines, and now stands, be opened, extended and this County on May
each montb. and contains from 60 to 2nd, 1907
we can say to each and everyone established from the eastern side of and On the Spot.
place
It is one of the best-known thereon the
70 pages. that offer is worth Ohio names of all
I our many times avenue in said City fifty feet qualified -
magazines published and is in its the price of $. .73" and no one will in width, at right angles with said electors, who, by reason of petition No Opiates. Absatate '
is handsomely gottenup I
fifth year. It : make a mistake in taking advantage Ohio or certificate ,
avenue eastward
to White are -
street entitled to !'A' .
and contains many interesting hare All D guU, lit
of sam tn White's
valuable informationfor Addiiton to the said City their names, printed thereon.
full of
articles We call your attention to the advertisement of Live Oak, the northern boundary For Sale 9Y
every member of the family and of the Club elsewhere of which said extension shall be The Board adjourned to meet April
a The Phan
wlH please altIlLOOOED I in this edition. You will find there line drawn at right angles with Ohio 26th 1907. City

STOCK MAGAZINE is detailed information In regard to the avenue from a point on the eastern W. A. TISON Chairman LIVE oo\K.fLA.

one of the handsomest and most read Clus. side of Ohio avenue directly opposite J. W. BRYSOO;. Clerk.
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: --tIVB1tAK'DAILY DEMOCRAT'GOY:. _-BROWARD'S tXSCRAXCEvf : been banker.: He was known simply { V&ll HCPQ e ,_ UUAa HEALTH:ANQPLEASUREWAY "
as & lawyer' ability:
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i. Published every Afternoon t (Savannah Mqrning vws.? D/\-iJNQ x
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J- I Except.'Sunda .- > I GorJ firc gard* o /i9rid& IntendS was confronted .with- l problems.. It was the: yearaot"thegreat
to Insist upon his plan of state life
J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and_Ma'g'r. ;insurance. In his'messige to'the last panic when banks were top- OOW1I UPON THE. SUWANNEE tlYEl" _"

pling like bricks in The fail-
THE LIPS OAK PUBLISHING COIP1BI.i [ I legislature he brought it forward and a row.
daring tliat'y three
ures ar were
Mineral Hotel
"i. he is recommending it to this legis- '; Springs, and Colti
thousand In exceed of previous
Entered at the Postoffice, Lire Oat lature and will use his ,influence In any
liabilities HOT AND COL D BATHS UNSURPASSED. COOO TABLE. .
with 'aggregaU'ngnearly _
Second Class Mall Matt year lti) ,
Florida., as Its behalf. WATER M EVERY ROOM an.UARDTABUs.. & '
TELEGtt
: ter. November 7,, 1905. There Is no doubt that the state half a billion dollars. PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED C'T AaLEs. SHADY PA
But the young man from Illinois ..\ ROM LIVE
could furnish life insurance to the RATES REASONABLE O
THE. DAILY DEMOCRAT will be showed himself the master of the &QULF'. COUECTlOU.\JYt
of Florida for less than _..
of the United people money ..
mailed to any part
be
situation. He known to -
States postage prepalr. for $5.00 they pay to life Insurance companies, was opposed PARK HOTEL DOWLING PflRK. FLORIDfl
!I to speculative Interests of all ADDRESS ,m
six, months It is also true that those who took
; and ,
per year; $2.50 for ____
kinds and he soon won the confi- __ ___ __ ____ V' Sl
months or' BO cents
f 1.25 for three out insurance with the state would

for five 'weeks In advance. Delivered : be just as certain to get their insurance dence of, the bankers as well as of , ............. ) . 1
to any part of the city by the people._ ?
money when it was due as
carrier for 10 cents per week. On his retirement from the position -
are those who Insure in the regularlife The World'sl'leasur !
he held he was immediately
insurance companies. The chief

F R'ST..TE"SEXATOR.SeVf'ntet; ., : objection we see to the plan is the elected president of the Commercial
nth Senatorial. District. impossibility of keeping the Insur- National bank of Chicago, o'ne of the 'We all know..what a blank dull place this world fjl'

The friends of Mr. J. B. Johnson I,ance managers out of politics. The largest and soundest institutions In be if it were not for some of the pleasures that we]kay*"
that city. He has spent the"remaining .
hereby announce his name as a candidate insurance department tot the state *
of life quletly devoting termingled with our work and worry
bis
years very :
?
'for State Senator, and earnestly I would have to establish would become .
his hm ito his business in-
solicit the support, of all good true filled with derelicts of political I- Some wom

Democrats at the special election to i! campaigns. It would become the I terests. .

be held In. Suwannea .county, ,on i home for political cripples and its I Mr Cleveland always held him!; In I pleasure or conJorfjJ,

May 2nd. VOTERS. i funds would be subject to political the warmest personal esteem, and in their
-I iI Influence. I his early' death'-:for he had not yet II shoesithafiji

FOR STATE .S& ATOR. I What'would happen would be this: I attained his fiftieth year-is a genu- ply because they 1 ha

I hereby announce myself as a 1 Political doctors4 would pass all sortsof ine loss to the country. found the
) rigte
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candidate for the office of State Sen-'! applicants and the death rate I st4z
II ::
ator for the Seventeenth Senatorial j among the Insured would be high, I Dr. Len .G. liroughton., In the "Qaaker!

District of Florida, and respectfully : and the managers and clerks; would This eminent divine was expected
for
solicit tne support of the Democratic I in'timer be partisans. The effort would i In Live Oak last Sunday but we learn II _____ $3.00 there is a

voters of Suwanneo county.W. be1 continual to have the insurance i from the Atlanta Journal that he ish, nobby shoe for every foot, and as Quaker shoes are'

A. TISON. money invested in home enterprises, i preached to his! own congregation in I

some of which would doubtless be of the Tabernacle Baptist church on by experts, in a Specialty factory, over foot con!

Our city hall building is, going. to. a highly speculative character. It maybe that day., The.Journal says: lasts and out of the best and most popular leathers,
: "said that the Finance Committee "Dr. Len G.. Broughton, pastor of
be a "dandy.. : : :: '
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ttrat 'would blvd charge of the investments the Tabernacle Baptist church admitted sure to fit well and give satisfaction, which means pfes!

The annual state meeting of the would be tmen above be- 'Sunday morning to his congregation i "Quaker" shoes are made by the Goodyear welt proa
ing influenced to make risky Invest-
County Superintendents and 'other that his scheme for a great
ments. But how are going to doing with the tacks and thread
you found
school officers is now in session at auditorium for which a lot had already away wax oata

Tallahassee.Live get men of that kind when those who been purchased, and for which I
I will dominate the insurance depart- many subscriptions had been made, : side of so many shoes that hurt, burn and blister tie

Oak's population is climbing ment will be partisans, some of had all but fallen through. Dr. i j This means, too, that thay are soft and pliable

up near the 10,000 mark and we're whom would have axes to grind* Broughton. .,made,this statement with I
It seems an matter to enacta All in all with item summed will
not near thorough growing yet-just easy great emotion and he/gave as the every up, you
law to the effect that there shall I k
getting a good start. cause the fact that the Methodists I the "Quaker" shoe is the best shoe that can be boi
be no politics In the insurance busi- and had similar
Presbyterians planned -
ness of the state but it would be next institutions I 300.
Have you signed the petition ask- : -
to impossible to enforce such a law "The. fenst t 4 ;
ing the establishment of a court of f the people wouldbe II
in letter and spirit. The Governor Remember to ask for "Quker"-"The shoe that dodt
criminal record for Suwannee county? : called;on A'adpport' all three in

If .not, sign it today.It 1 points out that in Canada and in a stitutions, Dr: Broughton said, wouldbe j I hurt." {
number of countries
European state
too great a strain. His church, being -

_commences to look very much insurance is proving to be a success, the weakest, would have to suffer. ,

.like ,committee from our Board ofTrade but because it is a success in the Dr. Broughton said that he himself Lumber& Naval Stores!
Dowling
countries named it doesn't follow that
will have to call on the Railroad would have tg- go: on with the workof I
it would be in this
a success country.
Commission for assistance in getting subscriptions, as it was
It will be recalled that the '
securing the new union depot, after public others could not do so well J BOWLING PARK FLORIDA
all. utilities expert from Glasgow who <

.' visited Chicago for the purpose of
Effects of the.Cold in Suwannee Co. II
Ar Tallahassee artist has with- giving an opinion on the advisabilityof
,
drawn his offer to photograph members inaugurating municipal ownershipof On Monday it was thought and 4,I in 11 mi mil i MMM i MIII

of the legislature fee of charge. street railroads in that city, said feared that' the' frost and cold of

Did the mug of the last one hoodoo that while municipal ownership wasa Sunday night would. badly damage all 1

his camera and put it out of business success in Glasgow he thought it growing froiis, especially: cotton, I::!l SOUTHERN BUSINESS COlli

*-Tampa Tribune. wouldn't be in Chicago on account of melons ana tender garden vegetables i

political conditions that prevailed Some farmers Monday, said they be- j

r-: What the legislature is doing in there. lievd all cotton out of the ground I i I -
"" It is true of course that a vast have been killed and that melons' .
Tallahassee, and the latest move on 1 .
the "political chess board" cuts amount of money goes out of the were all dead This, we are pleasedto (: i

mighty little "ice" in Suwannee coun- South every year to the life Insur- say, is not the case, and reports t < I
ance companies of other states, but come to us today from nearly every 1
tyVe are busy building and
if the Florida legislature is wise it section of the county to the effect
developing one of the best countiesin
will insist that the government of the that the frost did little damage.
Florida, and in it a great city,
state be confined to matters pertain- I Melons and cotton, two of the very
and don't propose to lose any time
ing to the government and that mat- tender plants, in many sections of the
t either
building or tearing down political -
ters that are purely business shall be hurt
-1 fences. county are but little If any, by
left to individuals and corporations. the frost; and snap beans in gardensin

.. A life insurance department attachedto many places were not injured
,
The Democrat is very well pleased ,
;
I the state could easily be turned Peaches and all fruits have escaped

with our present local-option law toI into a political machine, and it wouldbe However, some fields of cotton will SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTFor
control the sale of liquor, but if the
next to impossible to keep sucha suffer to a greater or less extent, but
legislature can give us a better law
machine entirely clean. It couldbe the loss will be so light that it will
we want It. It makes no difference made an instrument of oppressionand hardly be noticeable. the next three months a FOUR MONTHS' SCHO

whether it comes under SenatorHumphrey's corruption and might easily be- This is indeed gratifying news, will be issued good in ANY DEPARTMENT for only $30.00.

joint resolution' proposing : come the means of undermining the and everyone will rejoice with us in Special courses-in all Departments have been so am
'
an amendment i to the constitution credit of the state. It is worthy of the escape of the growing crops from student entering on this special offer. can finish within the i

to prohibit the sale and manufactureof notice that in NeW' York it hasn't the Icy touches of "Jack Frost"Suwannee l' scholarship.This .
in the State,
intoxicating liquors
been to the offices that
possible keep
is all
county rightDamage is
an which
opportunity afford miss.
cannot to
or whether it comes. from some other you
superintend the insurance
companies
good measure. Any measure that Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us and-I]
of that state free of scandal. It can by Frost
helps in any way to prohibit the sale easily be pictured what the conditionof help you.to a good paying position, or get a better one than J<**%

of Intoxicating liquors in the Stateis J. D. McDuffy who has a big -
affairs would be if the insurance WRITE UR CATALOG.
a good one-that is it looks good canteloupe and' watermelon farm,
companies were run by the state.1)E.1Tii
to us.When. said at noon Monday that the frost

Sunday night killed his melons dead

it comes to cotton corn and OF J. II. ECKLES. but did not injure his cantaloupes to SOUTHERN BUSINESS CO!

other farm products, Suwannee county The death of James H. Eckles, any serious extent. He will not re-

of Commercial National plant the melons, as it will make
soil can and does produce good. president UVE OAK
FLORIDA
profitable crops every year. ':There Bank, of Chicago, and excomptroller them too late. Mr. McDuff's farmis ,

are thousands of acres of wild landsin of currency, having held that res- a fair average tho' in ,some protected LM.HftTTONPresident G. S. STEPt1FNS !

this county that can be boughtnow ponsible position under the Cleveland places the melons may not

for almost a song-the same administration, carries sincere regret :have been killed. Capt. S. R. Pyles

'quality of land as that producing to bis many friends throughout the said nothing seemed to be injured in
the hammock by his farm, but the =-
good crops year after year-but it will country. ;
ALLEGED
not long remain on the market. This In speaking about Mr Eckels, the corn beyond him was killed in places MAIL ROBHERY. Railroad Menre t1Dc411t

section is fast settling up, new homesare Atlanta Journal says: "The surprise -Ocala Star. Said that Ten Thousand Dollar Pack. Chicago. Apr H.--

being builded, new farms with with which the announcement of his age \\"as Stolen.
States
appealed
court of -
vast fields of grain and cotton are appointment was received in 1893, The fight is on In Tallahassee for Raleigh N C., April 16.-1t Is i the conviction la till'

and before long when he was appointed to the res- and against state uniformity of schoolbooks leaned that a
opened every year registered money pack- I of the Chicago and Alt1 ,
every.foot of tHable land in Old Su- ponsible position for which he was A number of bills have been age containing $10.000. sent by the John 11. Falthern *** *

wannee (there are very few acres in selected by the president, is still introduced and among the number Isi i Atlantic National Bank of Wilmington Wanna, former official ttt\ss\
fresh in the recollection of the one by Senator
the county which cannot be cultivated people Humphrey's that to the Chemical National
Bank
granting rebates
), will be owned and cultivated: by Mr. Eckels at that time was not brings the matter of adopting the of New York, in the last few days, The ad'iM"

" farmers. The price of lands In this thirty-five Jean of age and was still books to be used nearest the people was not in the registered pouch when found companywere guilty last fIf

gradually advancing, and more youthful in apearance. Called and is farther removed from the opened in the New
county are York postofflce.. aggregate fine of $*<
lands now offered upon to control ,the banks of the chances "graft" than either of the No arrests have been '
before many years made. posed by the court..
sale'at' $5.00 to $10 per acre will country so far as their national cur- other measures now before the legis-
I t for company was fined $1
rency was concerned, he had never lature. Subscribe
. $50 per acre. the Dally k ;
, be wQr'thl25 t : Democrat. two officers $10,000 ea jj



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RECORDSV It is the Prince of Entertainers. :.-> >"'_.e '

: r MOULDED It is a Coomplete Theatre In Your Home. '. > 1

You can Hear Yourself Talk as OTHERS HEAR YOU

XE AND .THEY .60
!1f5l1 # '. ', Making records at home is one of the great amusements= connected

.. with the Busy-Bee machine. THINK OF IT! Your own voice reproduced -
- either in song or telling funny stories, the recording of the voices

IrI of Live Oak: and _Suwannee of friends, etc. You can do all this with the Busy-Bee machine. A

'county Gathered by the Democrat machine that plays a record as perfect as any machine made. It has

Reporter 1 a beautiful 12-inch Horn with a highly polished black body with a brass

r t f bell making a very attractive ornament for the home. as well as producing

.lalley. all the natural tones of the human voice.

J'tfjou'want to sell see J. M. ;;< We have the pleasure of announcing to the general public that we i

f licensed' auctioneer. He r have been placed in a position by the O'Neill-James Company, of Chicago

.. ,-. ... 111., to.give to each family a Talking Machine
CoL Ira. carte'r left this morning

R for Valdosta on professional business. T :I ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH $20 WORTH OF TRADECall


F TO RENT-Furnished and ..unjafjded and see us: and hear the sweet-toned Busy-Bee Gold
faSc&re
I J rooms address "R" Moulded Records.

*'rf Democrat. tf ASK FOR COUPONS WHEN TRADING AT OrB STORE.
.. .

':Pisa Janie McGehee returned tobr ,
from Woodstock Fla.. where: she RECORDS SOLD FOR 35c EACH.

I tu been visiting relatives. ': :... yt.-'eft In: addition: to giving away this high-grade machine I am going to
.
-* -" give a Busy Bee record with each additional $5.00 in coupons.
I'If you want draping done or ateak in and see this machine and hear some excellent music. !

carried to' the depot Algtft A Tii'

if,wet phone 129W.. N. BoaWght. rap op one LADIES' EMPORIUM


I< )[!ls* Louise- Humphreys is one of : :: :: LADIES and CHILDREN'S
'" FRS E FURNISHINGS SHOES, ETC.
enrolled at the
students
the new J
L. S. HARVARD, Prop. LIOAK, FLA.
Southern Business College. "t

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gad our greatest magazine and
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i:ew.P per clubbing ever offered by SUNDAY Y trains over Live Oak, The Southern Business College of --- -
I It's Empty.
[this paper. Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leavesat FOR SALE
,
this city is fast climbing to the very Try .Brains.-"Mama, I's got a
8:00 a. m., and 1:30 m., re- :
p.
front ranks as one of the leading in- "
stomach-ache said
Nellie six
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. White. year
turning 'at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents 1 stitutions of its kind in the South.It old.
I fine daughter. Mother and child
[tr doing nicely. round trip. IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED is gaining in enrollment of stu- "Thats because you've been with-
*
dents and strength. The reputation,, out lunch. It's because yonf stom-
Hon. W. R. Fletcher, county sup- of this college like that of the :
par ach is .
would
feel
plicatfons empty. You bet-
should Lay see one Dr.having ire the 23d. erintendent of Lafayette county was City Real Estate ent college-the Tampa Business Col- ter if you had something in it.

j it the Ethel hote in the city yesterday, en route to Tal- lege-Is good and graduates have no That afternoon the pastor called
lahassee and while here, honored the trouble in
securing employment at
and in the course of conversation
Democrat office with a visit. i 1 good salaries. We believe
little Miss Fannie Goodbread is every remarked that he had been suffering

{!suffering from a severe attack of i! i iI I graduate of the Southern Business all day with the headache.'That's .
SUNDAY trains over Live Oak
College has been in
erysipelas fa her face ,farmsBe.i placed good paying because it is emptysaid
Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leaves
I J positions with reliable. business Nellie. "You'd feel much better if
at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p.'m., re- { and the demand for bookkeepers
concerns "
Ursv Alice Armstrong who has I you had something in it.
turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents stenographers, etc., has been '
lUST !
[bees sick for the past few weeks! Is
round trip. { greater than this college could
|YenrJltle if buy better YOUR ( sup-
t TIn ;c. I Ply. .
1
'. I The Jacksonville Naval Stores Export i When think
f s let every'citizen do something to ,., I PROPERTY ; you
Company has been
reorganized
trip beautify and make our city more Birthday Party.A .
with a cash capital of $200,000. Capt. 'WITHus. about that fine
tI it. I very pleasant birthday party was
W. J. Hillman of this city is a dIr- .
-i +44----. ector of the new company. given yesterday afternoon at the Watch
t eep-.n"Bmll1ng. and read our I residence of Mr. Geo. Wcift.. in honorof you

west magazine and, newspaper Ladies I have just opened :t dreai the 13th birthday of his daughter need thinkRADFORD'S
ling ever offered by this paper. Ruth.
making room in the Lewin bLildin-r, EDWARDS REALTY[ GO.
frrtienlars elsewhere in this issue.. [ There
and will be glad to serve you/ SatI '- was a large number of sweet of
1 little girls present, who, after enjoy-
faction guaranteed. Give ma at traL:
}'he.damage by the frost on Sun- MRS KiGHT. Lewin Building, Room 3. I ing themselves with merry games. I .

Bight to growing crops in Su- I were served with refreshments of

nee county will be ,nothing like Cottage prayer meeting at Mr and Col A. W. Cockrell. a well known i I I fruit cream cake etc., by the elder I
>great M was at first reported. Jacksonville lawyer died sud- I members of the family assisted bv
Mrs O. O. Williams' .home ned very 1 --- ,
Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock. Everybody denly of beart trouble yesterday in Miss Sue Iteming and Mrs D. Dunn- Where you will find a
Ml.SO wagon seats new.. at f. M that
city. He was more than 70 yearsof 'away.
that is interested in
prayermeetings I
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a, the Auction Httisyf for I choice assortment of
cordially invited to be pre age One of his sons, Judge Miss Ruth received a large number

>-#t. Other things in proportion, sent. Robert S. Cockrell is a justice of the of handsome little presents, which the very best
I
ck. tf supreme court of this State. were much appreciated and after en-

joying themselves till sundown, the CUARANTEED : c
-KODOL is a thorough stomach re- I Wa tr
4 .Burnett went out to his lief. It digests what you eat and --Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough little ladies dispersed to their various i 20 YEARS Gll 6 clI

i yesterday and, upon his return.ottou" gives the stomach rest and assists in Sjrnp. Children like its pleasant homes tired but happy. Among those

iVti> and melons injured. restoring* it to its normal activity ta-tg. Contains no opiates but drives present were: Lucy Dutill, Vivian I WATCHES REPAIRED .
r little by the recent frost, he cold out through the bowels _
f end usefulness. KODOI. is soli on a Carter, Mary Blume, Jennie Black-
'.!'a.I in conformity to Pure Food and burn, Francis Hopson Louise Coachman
guaranteed relief plan by City. Pharmacy J. D. RA DFORD
.Jtedys Laxative Cough Syrup. dw !)rums < Recommended and sold Bennie Thurman, Slifford Par- ,

b pleasant cold remedy that expelse by City Pharmacy. dw* nell, Henrietta McGriff Estelle Dixon i IIVC OAK n A.FloiMo .

cold through Its action on the Prof. G. J. Graham our good old Haffie Barton, Grace Hemming Glad-

w 1a. Sold by City Pharmacy. dw friend,of Jasper, was here yesterday, Mr McElvoy, of Gainesville has die Leslie, Loj sells Brown, Lizzie

I en route to Tallahassee. Prof. Graham ac pted a position with the Hair Lawler, Gladdis Long. Amabelle Lyle,
[Mrt, National Chas. H. Brown, president oft is superintendent of schools .of Hardware Co., of this city and will Ruth Coachman, Alice Haddock, Ruth t o B BOOR on N News CO.

Bank of Live Oak re- Hamilton county and is, doing excel- *'Hove his family here the first of next Harvard Elise Evans, Lillie Evans,

aed today from Jacksonville, lent work along educational lines in I week. -air McElvoy is a practical I! Lillie O'Neal, SallIe Porter, Kathleen

ere he has been on business our sister county. tinner and plumber, and will have RobbIns.':'olyrtle Creekmore Etta Col- A PEACE OFFERING. ,

V IWlen' "I charge of that department in the new lins, Lucy Hopson, Myra Wright,
you need a pill take
pill.
j1! d be a -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears O <* i hardware store. Fannie Thurman and liable Dunn-
sure It's an Early Riser. a-
stomach and makes the breath as I away.
q are sold here I
cy' by City Phar-- sweet as a rose KODOT !*' sold by' County Superintendent A. M. C.
.
dwc druggists on a guarantee relief plan. Russell, of Brooksviile Hernando Farmers at Valdosta Will Replant

g51 l Cora ifcgutcheon..of Dade It conforms strictly to the National county, was in our city yesterday fora Crops.
f fcas Pure Food and Drugs Lav/ Sold by few hours en route to Tallahasseeto
nrolled'In the shorthand Valdosta Ga., 16. of
I April -Many
City Prarmacv. dw attend the Superintendents' Association -
.lebc utlDeut of the Southern Business Besides being county superintendent the crops in this section will have to
be planted over, and most of the fruitis
D. S. Cappleman, a member of the' Mr. Russell is editor and 1
Board of Public Instruction of Hern- proprietor of the Brooksville Argus, killed. Watermelons and canta-

11' recomended for Piles ando county, was a prominent visitorIn one of the best edited weekly papersin loupes ate in especially bad conditionand

-5' t. DeWitfs Carbolized Witch our city a few hours yesterday, en Florida. lIe is a good newspaperman all young vegetables have been

T e1lahe., Sold by City Phar- route to Tallahassee. He made the one of the best county superin- nipped by the frost. ,

dw Democrat office a very pleasant and tendents in the State and a No 1 The pear trees are eaten up with -

appreciative visit. citizen. blight and there is no fruit upon I If you and your best girl have had

*ere has been a large number oft : them though the crop promised to a "misunderstanding," and most eng-

F tortla our > be good and during recent years has aged couples do have them know
city for you
.. : the past fewer Work will commence in a few dayson The bill of Senator Humphries
_1 Some were been very profitable. the best thing to restore her sweet
persons stopped
\ the Baisden building repairingand providing for total prohibition In
13 en route to and from Talla- temper and your own too will be a
of the
arranging the interior Florida was a venetabl bomb in the
t tor,1rhUe others were here look- first floor for the new bank. I f liquor camps of Jacksonville yesterday Please Take Notice. box of our delicious Nunally's choco-
i lates. For who is the girl who
'.11 openings and with II i and most of the large dealers The Ladies Emporium and Mrs
ew'or I could resist the charm of Chocolate
making our
J Live Oak their The petition circulating here favoring believe that the bill will.become a J Lawler's Milinery Store have kindly ?
i They are pure wholesome
the enactment of a law by our law, and have determined not to send i taken charge of some of our toilet : and delicious; and second to none in

legislature to prohibit shipping intoxicating t any more circulars throughout the :articles ("France-American Hygienic" quality. There
AT are more lovers'quarrels
J trains over Live Oak liquor into a "dry"county State until the matter is settled. If}. ). Our patrons will please ask for I "patched up" with
14 Gaff our candies -
,, :f bowling Park leaves from any other, county.<< in this State, Senator Humphries keeps up his pace j them when shopping at these two than with any other kind.
"' :;ata., ., and '1:30 p. m.. re- was largely signed, and has been forwarded -, now that he has the liquor dealers I,places. Thanking you in advance for .

trlpa t Bj5D p. m.-50 cents. "lahasee._to our representatives at Tal-, is frightened too thoroughly he will scared win for to the fight.enemy'!your patronage.ST. LUKE'S GUILD. I Florida B Book flilti n N News CO.


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OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT,. WEDNESDAY, AFRU/JT,19A1.! -
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y( FLORIDA RAILWAYSVHtD SPINNERS MEETING. I LhwJQak: M'f'g./

Li.. ,. Mill Men Growers and Members to !

f coNNECTS W1TB.ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RT. ANH A. Co L. RT. AT LIVE A.1t. Gather-to Tour Cotton. ....' .

-&AD DOWM. CS1fTUL nML aUD 11P.a (Atlanta Journal.) Manufacturers ojt

President Harvle Jordan of the

N. I N&Mail No.lid t Na4F.rt Southern Cotton association who has Lumber Shingles Ice Electric -
oi' glxDIty aDd. [)aiq ,
:. aDd :sTATIONS. Ezpfv Except returned from New York announced ,

fv. Ex".t wnday. ItDaily... DaiI7. SIUIIiQ.r Monday that he had perfected all arrangements Power and Turpentine.Electric :

Atlanta .
for the meeting In :1"

f Lv Live Oak_.;... '..-Ar1050 s m 6 47" p morter on 'October 7, 8, and 9' of the in of the
t 30 .a m I 3G pm & of America and Lights any part city furnished
cotton spinners
j'I '
t ti0 a m 1a4pmLv _P 3 Y. 10a9sm bYOm the cotton and the or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Be

LY..... ._......-__--..-. StoldeJ'......__.__LY. 10 2Y a m b 80 P IDLy Europe growers -'
I 85 a ID I 54 P" members of the cotton exchanges of day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. :
... .
I Y 10 7D0 4 45
'- aloam I pm._ Kirit.: ..., a m pmllO America and Europe.There Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders hart .'.
mLv-- -' Lv1010am 440pm will be an atendance of from -
a III 08. 62l and all orders promptly filled.
f 4 11 Pili.Ar.... .....___._wilmarth.*.. ..-.- _..__.Ly. 10 0\1 a ID fo ZO p m 200 to 300, and President Jordan tion. _j
84O._ -
., 850.- m LY. W$lz rte ....-Ar. considers that It will be the most im- We will give you good prices on, low grade

: : : m L::--.... _Luraville.-.. -:::.:..-== portant convention of its kind ever flooring. Come and get our prices. -i-:
4.5f held In this country.
Ar._..,.... ...._.-.-. .. WiJmaRa.. from New .
will
10 a m The spinners come
Ii 10 00 a m fo ZO pm Y. w&1marth e.& Ar. 'Dt. m 4 15 p m England, Germany France and other disease and before the victim realise nee. State of rlorida ye
........_Lv. ;
._.suwan River.- .
"a.
f
"Upmf mala the
1011. m 'lfopaLy----- --- European countries, and the members his dancer he may hare a fatal second day et tayi

10 ZO a m 4 10 pm Lv.----- No s fOd- 'yf 45 a III I 51 p m of the exchange will represent dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the tb. said Thursday

l' I' a m 4 40 ps14r._* --- .J.lay__.............L!. 'II am'-45 pmt0 exchanges in Havre. Liverpool. Bremen first sign of trouble as It corrects irregularities Second Oa be11&1

40 a m- Iv. .....- ...... 11x70.__. Ar.ss and Manchester, In Europe, and and prevents Bright's for a State V.

f" 1. bo a III LvAlton.Ar. __.AI__...- .._....Ly.f v.. New York. New Orleans Galveston disease and diabetes. City Phar Florida from the Inet

10 Ii a m Houston, Savannah Augusta Mobile macy. dw atonal District of
Ar.-__....._. ....M... ........Kayo. ..._._.._L- said *
11 O5 a m posed of the
and
L -.,Ly_...... ... .........Mr.x. Ar. i'if a'm I to pm Memphis.A Cotuty .{fcs I
11 10 a m 4 42 tt t feature of the convention will be FIRE AT FT. MYERS. fill the :
,Ly .._.8ao Pedrv-_.___----Ar. 30 a m S 25 pm the death the
take on fifth
11 to a III "U Pili .1.1 the special train which will 1
I Lv_ ......_..--5 9 Y ----_Lv. f Y5 a m Ill.m delegates through the cotton belt. of Hon. J. R. NtwUa.
111'1. m foi: p Building Insured for Third Its Value Q s
!Lv.-- -.-.Askold.--- --. __ Lv. 906 a m Y 45: p mt This train will leave New York on said District ;
11 46 a sa S II>> p m .i -Dr. Wrlnkler Heavy Loser.Ft. -
Char .... -....LY. .00. m Il pD> October 3. It will stop first In the In Testimony Wb reo.

nit. m b 17 p K___ "-Lv8 $3 m 1 20 p m Carolinas where the spinners will Myers, la., April 16.-Yesterday hereunto set my wit U4_.
11 06 a ID S 11 p mL' 1.0 a the cotton mills and watch the the business house of F. C. Ro- Great Seal of the State wlf
see ;
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11 _....:. W&7.L.. 210 ,
Lr .45. m Pm .
to be the
a 11. m 115 p a. Yeti pickers in the fields. The delegates berts was discovered on fire at Tallahassee the Cap

12 14 iii i 43 pm L. Uk- ....._L. 8 IS aID f 115 10"II will come on to Atlanta and having alarm was given, and in a very few 8th day of April A. D. i,1 j

U iii i 10 pm Ar ...-.Perry. __...._LY. 110. m1/ 20 pm taken part In the convention, will be minutes the fire brigade with engine (Seal) H. CLAY CJLt:3.\
( hook and ladders were on hand fight- ,
taken through the cotton belt as far

(d) Te le rmah or Telephone Station. (C\ Flag Stacto\. (r) Register (s) Regular Stop. (a) a3 Texas and Oklahoma. ing heroically and by their efforts J. H. ,

Accacy Station T P. AL TON. Superintendent.BalS. President Jordan while In New the fire was confined to the one build-' Sheriff a,
Genera er A",enL but for time the whole line of
York, engaged passage for the ing, a
-- ---- -- ----- Vienna convention of master spinners'and buildings on the south side of First. C. W. WILSoJ

TO THE growers' which will be held in street was threatened, many of them

Vienna. May 22-25. Other membersof catching fire from the flying cinders. TAI
LOR
the association will attend. The Roberts block was occupied on
i JAMESTOWNExposition the first floor by Dr. Winkler's drug
Tailoring done at _abss .t
NOTICE. store and three families, the two up-
antee store. Prompt sexv _
stories used as an annex for
per were
Notice Is hereby given that the I
for the Hill House.Dr. tlon gwantttj.
Registration Books of the City of sleeping rooms

Live Oak, will be open at the store WInkler recently let his insurancerun

e I of J. C. Lyle, between the hours ofi out, and was a heavy loser. The A LIQUID COLS

o'clock a. m., to 12 o'clock m., and building was insured for about one-

via the I from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock p. m.. third of its value. -A.DLAXATIVE -

from April 22nd. 1907 to May ?Dd,

1807, Inclusive, for the purpose of Dlnlzulu, the Zulu chief once widely COUGH
AtlanticCoastLinePeople
registering the,voters of the Cityof known and feared in war. has a

Live Oak, Florida. T.>. LYLE graphophone with which he enter-

Reglstra lon_Officer, City of Live tains his guests. He has also an
all over Florida se the Atlantic Coast Lir-e "Pur
Oak, Florida. apr2-w-t organ, built In England, on which he TIE

ple Folder" for schedules: to the Jamestown Exposiion. Two plays himself. NEW

COST OF THAW TRIAL IS HUGE.
trains each with through Pullman buffet sleepingcars. '
daily way, How to Avoid Appendicitis IIEIne

More Than $78OOO Spent by State
Most victims of appendicitis are
and $235,000 by Defense.
those who are habitually constipated.

: Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets New York. April 16.-Many esti- Orino Laxative Fruit SyrUp cures lad A..r 11asmm uta.UQI.. ..

on sale daily from April JOth to November 30th at low rates. mates of the cost of the Thaw trial chronic constipation by stimulatingthe s..ry
have been published, but most of liver and bowels and restores the "A Cold or a Cough ask.
Coah excursions low clucea coDatipatloa--che eassraeyes.
at rates.
: very them were greatly exaggerated. The natural action of the bowels. Orlno DOM and tkr attMtUf td

f For further information see your nearest railroad agent cost to the county Is a matter of re- Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau- 1M system throve&.** *1

cord and is now put at $78,686. The seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant Per the want of molders tita>
Frank C. District At
or write, Boylston, Passenger Agent, dry and hard. Nearly sI ftly
cost to the Thaw family was much to take. Refuse substitutes.
Line Its eocctip&tiag.upeda1JJ Los
lantic Fla.
Coast
Jacksonville, greater. It has been estimated as City Pharmacy. dw* OpIatoa. Keootdy's Lait t

Ugh as $1,000,000, but a careful Tar moves UM trowels. cost ius l

review of the case today resulted ina Modest. .
"I* that all tLe work you can do In a KENNEDLAXATIJ
total of about
$235,000
Live Oak & Gulf "
Perry day? asked the discontented em
Expert testimony probably cost the ployer.

Thaws $45.000 It is said that Dr. "Well, sub." answer Erastns Pink-

Railroad Company. Evans alone received $10,000 for the ley. "I s'pose I could do mo', but I
\
testimony which added "brain storm"to never wa much of a hand fob sbowlo'

the vocabulary of the alienistsAttorney's off."-Washington; Star HONEYS
Schedule Effective April 7, 19OT.MAYO .
fees are estimated at Absence of .9* Relieves Colds by.3**
occupation Is not rest
140000. Opinions regarding the ; a of the system through a eefW
mind
quite vacant is mind
a distressed.Cowper.
WEST BOUND EAST BOUND stipend of Lawyer Delmas range all the bowels.
1ST.CLASS ID. CLASS 1ST.CLASS 2D. CLASS m Relieves blstrengthening
Coughs
the way from $50,000 to 100000.
Mail & PasseD- aad Mail & P..n Paasen- Frt. and the roucoa
..: Past Kel' Pas& Pass fer I eer \ Pass.No Acording to one report half of the H.... !Cad Fate. the throat cheal.hUII u4

.1. No.5. No.3. No.2. No.6. : No. 12 I No. 4. larger sum has been paid him Gsrald-\",.>- ir,- th. only girl I have: ftlafloeasa. ,'
For Whooping
Daily. Sunday Only Daily SUDday.w ez Daily Sun SandaJ'Only i Sunday only I Daily Sunday.ez already. On good authority $100,000 ever loved. f\'rnJdlne-Must I Buffer Crap., }!roD itil, u* d J

A. ... I I is said to be the sum agreed upon alone?-New York Pres Cold, Lung and Broad
P.M. P.M. P.M. P. l(. A. H. A. M. Lash
Leav. Leave Leave I Arrive Arrive! Arrive with an added bonus in case of an remedy U eaul to
.800 130 20 ..........._...._...Live Oak_..................... 430 10001 940 SOT,,,, people are KoneaadTarThe. anana .,
8 13 1 43 2 H ................RoekJ'Siak................... 4 161 9 46j i 9 19 acquittal. The fees of Attorneys so cautious that
s 8 18 148 300 ......................--Starr........................ 412' ArriV.1 942! II 13 Gleason th 'PD 1<))k before they creen.Abisdoa .- Put up hi la..80.sad$LOOrsfsrlr
22 07 .M.rc.r.. ... 1. 9 38 Hartridge, O'Reilly and Pea- Kodak ed L 0.o.Wlt&s 0..
i 35t i 5 i 20.15..::::::=:::::::::::::Lancaster- Platt ':::::::::::::::...::::.1 i 5 i 13 9 935 26 I 5 body probably will foot up $40,000 .

r L. 8 3PAr 209IAr I to .................. owling Park..... .... ...... Ly 3 48 'Lv 9 18 L. 8 40 more. Of this sum Hartridge will get Sold by Citv P
Ar 8 45 Lv 4 4L., 4 10 ............... Dowling Park ... .. .. ..... Ar 339 Ly 5 10'Ar 9 13 Ar 812 Au angry man opens his mouth and
850 4 49 4151 ..... ... .. about 15000. The expenses of shuts his eJ'Cato.
: 853 857 452 457 4 4 17 ::::::::::::::::;:.Belt..function.-.......:'..:'.:'::::::::::. it 25/!/ : :1 I : :1! i 5 Black Olcott & Gruber, originally '

Ar 4 25 ......................Day_................. ...... Ly 9 001 retained to defend Thaw are esti- The Purchasing AKe-at.
s tOO. 5 OO L. 4 40 .-................ ........Day_..... ..... ..... .. ...s 3 s b OOiAr 8 55' 758 "Dad.
906 b 446 .............._..........Silo.--. ......... I 19 454 8 49\\' 735 mated at not less than $20,000.The asked Bobby what Is Uoloyy FOLEY'HONEYANol
10 S 10 4 52 .. ... .Townsend ... i5 4 40 7 8 7 *
: 25 525 512..Smith::::: :::: :: ......::::::...:.. .:':: 258 42S I 830 i = cost to the defence is summar- "Go
II 42 b 38 5 .......... .....__FenboUoway_ ............... 2 41 4 8 6 63 ized follows ask your mother." replied dad
1010 605 27.................. ...._.P.lTY--....................... 230 400) 151 640 as : : curtly. "She spends the most
ArlO 25 6 20 Ar 6 ISI...........___Hampton Springs.............. 2 3 45Lv I, 6 10 Experts . . . ... $ 4,000 money.Harper's
5IL 4IL
A. H. i At. P. M. AH, t P. { .k. A. H Weekly.
Attorney fees (chief counsel 100,000

\ssistant counsel . . 40,000 This
AND ALTON
BK INCH. May Interest You *
Cost of original lawyers 20.000 No
one Is immune from
Expenses of Kidney
detectives etc. 15,000

WeST OOUND- EAST BOUND Prisoner's meals . . 1,500 trouble Foley's, so Just remember that origin!
Kidney Cure will
9 Frt.& Frt. .IP "D paaaen Frt. l& Frt. dt-, Passen'Pasaen Traveling expenses . 1,000 regularles and stop the Ir-

PaM. PaM. !.er I eer Pass i P.aa Ker prey Cables, etc . . . 2,500 ; and bladder cure any case of kidney LAXATIVE coughLrv
I
w-: No.'. N0.1L Na 13. 1 No. 8. No.10. No. 14. Na.1S, Tracing up testimony (esti- beyond the trouble that is not
Daily Daily Sunday Sunday Daily I Daily Sunday reach of medicine.
SusezSua Sunday mated) . . 4. . City tats
: Only 1 I..Only....1 ex.SuD. eLSUD.I Only Only 10,000 Pharmacy. dw For cough, colds.

A. ... I P. H. A. M. I P. M. : I A. M. P. M. t A. M.I I P. Jd -- troubles. No opiate*.
... Love I Leave Leave Arrive I Arrive Arrive j! Total . Good everybody,
I Arrive .
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9 10 fo10 9 40 b 30 .............M.yoJUDCtio..... ......... 7 58 a 20 I 865 2 0- $235,000The NOTICE OF
55 1 953. 54-3 .. Clark... district ELECTION. The genu1D.
739 303 842' attorney's
1: 5'. 630.b o6, 10 1015 037 i 1 605 b 53 ::::::::::::::::::.Peterson....Mayo.....::::::::::::::::::-f,. 7 715.TI 2 240.537!7 820 s 32'i 7 142S 13o 154 mates the cost to the county office at $30-esti- To the Sheriff of Suwannee County, FOLEVS.Yellow HONEY+adl_

ArlO 10 Ar 1 40 ArlO 251 6 U ......... ...........Alton. ...... .......... L. 7 OO.Ly 2 3O:L. 8 10 Lv 1 :_) 000. but omits salaries and certain State of Florida: package Ref'

s Regular stop. Connection made at bowling Par for all trains to and fees paid from general funds. Know ye. That I, H. Clay Crawford Prepared o&t M
from Oa and For information Secretary of State Foley & Company. a
Live Perry. as to connections with of the State

otter lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent, 'phone 147, Dow- An Insidious Danger of Florida doSpecial hereby give notice City Phi
that a
Uag Building, Live Oak.
One of the worst features of kidney -
' THC S. fOIF LING, President. R. P. HOPKINS GA- Pass. Agent. trouble is that it is an insidious Etectioawill RHERi :
be held In the county of Suwan- ..
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Horn of the medical IdedgeHnzs"at An English ChrLstcias 4wt a ,saeajerfest !lie Extra Specials

New York hospital manage to find ; Itbe:Jdn eI'It.' The band dIn

BEABOARDAirline amusement even in the Ills! of the people plays, but It plays with one hand
I who flock ta the Institution: _fi>r while the other la out for color 'TThc Spring1 SackSuits ,

treatment An old ne;:ro'wiinaa entered :- boys and men sins Christmas hymns'

j, the reception room one mornin; and then take a' collection. and the, For Men
RaIlway.Jior last week and said she felt "mighty I moon may boo shining, but you can** ;

sick Indeedy. When the doctor who I see it through the fos- Some of tbL-

\ Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, was summoned examined her he could railway stations are decorated, and : and Young Men
Richmond Washington Baltimore find nothing the matter with her. you've scarcely had time to remark i _
leigh i
"What seems to be the troubler he that you think it's :t"ery beautiful
Philadelphia and New York. asked custom when an Itcbln;; palm appear at $15 $18 'andj

, Ta sr.re I has gastritis doctor. because between you and th... h3lly. -The post .

j1KLGfiNTTRfiINS\ \ DRILY\ (.s got an awful pain In ma man says. "Merry Christmas and ,
stomack." replied the woman. waits for yon t-j be generous and the j i $2Q.

it "Do you live near a pas house he lamplighter and the paper boy and the :
: Seaboard Florida Limited Inquired.Yes. man who delivers groceries and the I'I that we are offering this week'must

I live right across the street boy from the cake shop. Porters follow !convince every man who examines .

Seaboard Mail from one. and dat's what makes me you wherever you go. and servants I I them that they are without exception
! Seaboard Express think I's got gastritis." answered the whom you never saw before bob,up In the greatest values ever sold at these

p old woman. numbers. And out In the street when popular prices.If ,

:Modern : Pullman : Equipment. -Well take this bottle of medicine ever you hear any one say "Merry I you want a smart up-to-date s
home with you." said the doctor. "and Christmas" you mechanically put your .V
If that gastritis isn't gone in a week hand In your pocket It Isn't Christ

!k=. The Seaboard Florida Limited come back bore agafn" and I'll ampu- mas; It's an organized holdup.-Bohe I 4I ....,::" .

-:\ The Only Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train between tate your stomach. mian. 0r -'
The old woman thanked him '
St. Augustine, Jacksonville and New York, via Rich- fwely and took the medicine alonir pro- Den't Put off

t Bond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M., with b r.-New York .Pee.. for tomorrow what you can do to-I

'and Jacksonville 12:40 P. M. daily, including Sundays. day. If you put 'off buying a bottleof -
Why Ballard's Snow liniment when

r have a tortid liver when Herblne the flat pain comes you won't have any r
I Jamestown Exposition Line t j |
The only liver reguator will help you? buy a bottle today. A positive cure

There is no reason why you should for Rheumatism. Burns Cuts. i
: NORFOLK V1A.
suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation Sprains. Contracted Muscles etc., T.

Chills and Fever or any liver com- S. Graham Prairie Grove Ark., t
;- Only! line operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New ) ) I x > :
0rlesns-) For full information and Sleeper reservations call on any I! plaints when Herbine will cure you. writes: "I wish to thank you for

,'Kent of Seaboard. or write F. C. Waite Westville Fla.,'writes: the good results I received from 4 'iL

,S. c; EOYLSTON JR., Asst. Gent Pass.Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. I "I was sick for a month with chills Snow Liniment It positively cured .

and fever and after taking two bot- me of Rheumatism after others had
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mill IIHII IT tles of Herbine am well and heal- failed. Sold by Suwannee Drug

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thy. Sold by Suwannee Drug Company Company.
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Coul.l.a't Help It.
;OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis ; ltoeigh ..n tt'r.. A well knawu: Alieheny clerxyiaai-

""hen'a physiot i ,kes n vacation recently spoke at a religious service ill,
not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is his medical friend who lr>ks after hU the penitentiary in Woous I'un. lie

broad enough to accommodate all, and pitients In his! absence often reseat noticed: that one of the convicts seem
elm call the "assistant" The rtlievlns ed extraordinarily impressed. After

MERE ARE ITS PATRONS: doctor would prefer to be the service he sought him out and continued
} known as colln-Tie or coadjutor or the good work by remarking:
t'lThe young folks with their small sayings. substitute. An oil IntTy recently aided > "My friend I hope you will profit b., ,

:: 2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fund a new synonym when she anniinoed my remarks just now and become x .(
home for old that she was beln treated by -:r heW m"tn."
to procure a or a competency age. "
own physician's "necoinpllce." "Indeed I will, was the cheerful re
3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and ply.In fact 1 promise to you that i

the income provided. Wore Still. will never commit another crime bin r

4.-Those with, idle funds awaiting other investment. Irate nns and-I wish ma-lam, you will lead an xanipiary life to my dying
r1', would not Interrupt me every time I day."I ." ,-

HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida I IHERBINE try to say something! Do I ever breakIn am very glad to hear you say -......---
when you are talkln?? IIU Wife- that." said the clergyman "but are you .
FINE
No, you wretch: you go to sleep! certain you will be able t3 keep tht ......CLOTHING...eTa.. Cw
promise! ...
Mtllrtous. "Oh. yes," said the convict: "I'm IL
Gladys refused Fed two weeks JaU for life.-IUrper'8 Weekly.Mr. Suit for business or dress that will

ago. and he hr.s been d:! klg heavily look and fit as if made to measure,

since. Ethel-Isn't It aboat time he S. L. Bowen of Wayne \\'. then you shouldn't fall to come and

stopped colebrntln"? '1 Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from see these three After Easter specials
T
Kidney disease, so that at times 1 in the nosed
It Is estlraat'il t'irt E')'XP try) worthof
could not get out of bed, and whenI
British tren T* PCS s-'ni alon T th
did, I could not stand straight. I MICHAELS-STERN
route from din llln i t4 India. -
took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol-

lar bottle and part of the second
Good Judgement FINE CLOTHING
vsaas .s cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney

is the essential: characteristic of men Cure works wonders where others
You will find the style and quality
For and -woman. Invaluable to good are total failures. City Pharmacy the finish and the fit of the suits of
Sick
Livers business men and necessary to house- dw
jour size at every price, precisely as
wives. A woman shows good judge-
I you want them. Details:
r ment when she buys White's Cream Fair Play.

A PURELY VEGETABLE Vermifuge for her baby.: The best Mr. Spat-NOT:, If you'll just listento } single and double-

COMPOUND' worm medicine ever offered to moth- me- Mrs. Spat-Oh. you can't convince A t $15| breasted Sack Suits
ers Many indeed are the sensible me! Mr. Spat-Probably not. In all the approved

mothers; who write expressing their but if we're going to spend the rest Spring styles and fab-

QUICKLY CORES CONSTIPATION.MALARIA. CHILLS DYSPEPSIA and gratitude for the good health of their of share the of night the time.in argument I want my rlc-effects-gray and brown-toned

A L LIVER COMPLAINTS. children, which they owe to the use worsteds, cassi meres, cheviots and

A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold A I'r-n'-. tweeds-coustom-tailored and finished -
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle :
pur- by Suwannee Drug Co. dwnstler $30 to order-
equal to
ltudhe'I quite a linguist! She
chased today may...* you a sick spell tomorrow.
has eight! tongues at her finjrers ends. made suits, for your selec-

1 and Hoar. Bill-Is she In a museum New York! tion at only $15MICHAELSSTERN
CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER Times.
Ben Butler in a case in the Massachusetts
ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. court involving dam all the advanced
supreme
i W. A. Whitewell Emory Tex., ages for fatal injury. Senator Hoar beIng Paying your debts is an expensiveway A t $18 styles in smart sin-
writes: "My child had chills and fever on the other side quote.1 Job. \11 of getting commercial credit but gle and doublebrestted -
for four We tried all kinds of unless rich It's about the
years. you are only
that a man bath will b give for his cut; strictly hand
medicines and finally an acquaintance of
:: mine recommended Herbine. W. used life." "That. said Mr. Hoar. "wasa way.-Puck. tailored throughout and made of ex-

three bottles, and the child is now completely plea of the devil in a motion for a cellent worsteds, cheviots, cassimeresand
cured. You have my permission new trial and I don't think the court kTbe New Pure Food and Drug Law. tweeds in beautiful patters of
to this testimonial as I chcei- will be It
publish more Impressed by ou ac- '
We are pleased to tha- newest color effects-precisely like
foil* recommend Hetbine to all mother count of Its modern Indorsement" announce
having children afflicted! as mine. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, I the $35 tomeasuremadesuits

URGE BOTTLE. 50e GET THE GEIfUIHEBALURD ( ) OJeoDsl"eo. colds and lung troubles is not affected i here in all styles at $18

SNOW LINIMENT CO. "What'll you take for that pipe?" I by the National Pure Food and only .

"Oh you wouldn't care to smoke this Drug law as it contains no opiates or
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. the finest specimens
old pipe. other harmful drugs, and we recom-
"No. but I'd like to buy it and throwIt At$20 of high class tailor-
mend it as a safe remedy for child-
away."-Washington Herald, ing in all the smart
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw* styles and exclusive

puwannee Her Secret. suitings of finest qualityImporteda.d
Drug Company.
"Did you marry me for my moneyor Hot Ahead. domestic worsteds, cheviots, ser-
my good looks?" They say that Shifter Is ten years
rOR'S and-4 I "If your mirror won't answer that ahead of his time." ges and cassimeres the counterpart
It PROCLAMATIONP man from Wards Nos. 3 to question for you I shan.t.-Houston "Well it's not true. I'm his landlord IE every detail of $40 to-

hereby given that at theera fill unexpired term, caused by re- Post and I know he's just six months I"?- measure-made suits, special $20
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City Election of fc this .
the -'--- hInd. :: week only
Live moval from Wards and resignation
Oak. ---
Suwannee County The flower we da not pluck U the
to be held on the first Tues- :t i of incumbents. only one that never loses Us beauty or Be grateful for every honr and a..- SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS AT

l.UaT-. D. 1907- at the i Given under my hand and seal trlgranee.-Alger. cept whatever It brln; .Thoreau. S2.50 TO $7.50

Chamber and in manner and I! the 21st. day of March, A. D. 1907.
u Prescribed Mitten Every suit at every price built of
by law by a Spider.
the
fol- I
(Seal) M. E. BROOIE.I Doing KuMiie Again *
J1Uuitlpal officers of said I Mayor City of Live Oak. "When my friends thought I was Through olood poisoning causedby carefully seclected materials; tall-
to -
e be 01 ed by
voted specialists to resist wear,
; for and elect Suwannee County Florida. about to take leave of this world, on a spider bite, John Washington,
\Iaror. I keep their shape and fit perfectly in
a Clerk. Treasurer !: Attest: aecount: of indigestion, nervousness of Bosqueville, Tex., would have lost
sensor filled every size--Norfolk, doublebreasted
by same person; I S. P. MAYS, Clerk, and general debility" writes .\. A. his leg. which became a mass of -
: 'ollettor and
single-breasted
{
Sack, and
? ; a Marshal and Live Oak. Florida. Chisholm. Treadwell. N. Y., "and running sores, had he not been per-
1sliector dainty creations in plain and fancy r
tad filled by same per- __ ___ wren it looked as If tl'ere was no suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica
aa fabrics for little men of 3 to S
Alderman
.. alderman from Ward I +++44+++++++++4+1I.. 3'II+#+ hope left, I was persuaded to try I Salve. He writes: "The first ap- years. ;
from Ward No. *-," ton:: r-rlievei. and four boxes
Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say: .c.
Alderman from Ward !, I; ; DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ; "
No. 3 J
deraa ; that they are curing me. I am now healed all the sores. Heals every

from Ward No.4; doing business again as of old, sore 25c at Barcla'- & Groovr,
4ennaa from Ward No. 5an ;!j VETERINARY. t jj and am still gaining dally." Best linguist-;. dw BUTLER BROS'MENS'
II
.frond the >,
City
at Large earth. Guaranteedby -
; : Solicits patronage-Office tonic medicine on
Bond your .j
.. Trustee, to fill ex-: at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 i Barclay & Groover, druggists. lItlIfONEYANDTAR'

of CA.. Hardee. Alder- 1+++++ 111111 H 11111 U.U II J Price 50c dw yea Do' r ,' ad' PII'IUmC>Q,j 1


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Tn.oUrLoOK.VfRY-8AD To;Voters of_ '8uw nee County from attorney for any..person JOT party-. It BRITISH- WOMEN' DOLLS. Doolrt oa

v :'f. B:;' o.hnsono you were lawyer,you would Wost Mrs
Finds Man'gib ftole
w.J!s q' "'h certainly take.all the legitimate ,busi Journalist5 + ivshr, } e !
CiJtJ Ck t1e .p-tpl* little ..campaign baeheitoc-
.. : : < negsr that mightbe ,brought: yoa. ; Sham aha Gentle-BCN-Sonnets. ?
L.1 -we :
a.StateJjSenator'to to :4
for the election, of : .
] t'- *" G- *"t J ttvv. '
GEORGIA.' 'SEA ISLAM COTTOX fill out..the unexpiredrterm.,of,,Hon.. .'am not different from othe.t' On al) Berlin.. pril\.U.- A. sere're'in ivth'f Constittittoa
If' this has' ,public questions and in,poll tics IJiave, dictment.: iscantrl- remains
ALL KILLED BY"'THEFREEZE W. R. Newlan whom county pfEnglishwoman 1.' ltliertya.highest'jobtyit .
bad the misfortune to lose by death, always stood |n the.opent,I study and bated to 'the Belinger Zeitung-by a '
':.f weigh matters and then I take the side
dispatched to
correspondent
r- is now on.There special a familyj
.,'..:. that I think is right and,just (have the whydon'k.ye
are two candidates now in England to investigate manners to th shad?
the field for this office. They are always taken,'my stand regardless of and morals*of the country.

SEED[ CANNOT BE OBTAINED Hon- Wiljiam A. Tison of Wellborn fear or favor and I give to every The following may be taken as Magistrate. Held $is

other",man the same right. I try -
the
and your humble servant. characteristic passages of criticism fendannta
never to- allow .. BColambtis
: personal jeelings to
This tfnexpired term is to be filled :

t To Fully Replant the Ruined Cot- by a special election to be held on the enter into my politics., MAny one who observes the English Swarts ,.Ind s

ton-Shortage of Crop is Now second day of May, 1907; said elec- Voters should be men. They society superficially and sees here, of hope,

Practlca117.SSUft'd tion called by the Governor. This should npt allow this man and that sweet, dainty women in gorgeous was tried a

election will be held Just the same as man to dictate to them ,how they frocks and then, notice how chivalrously and battery this
should vote. You have brains and with what treat victed aad fined, sat
general elections are held and only reverence men

; Exceedingly pessimistic reports those will be allowed to vote who Intelligence and tit is your right and them, may easily come to the erron- fromfight his home ffi t --

were received by local 'cotton factors are qualified to vote at general elec- privilege t, oform and act upon your eous conclusion that it is all genuine. injuries he receiTed
: own best judgment. I nrhiefe .)s
F tions. But this outward chivalry is nothingbut
yesterday on the outlook for the sea a few
island crop. The recent frosts have As I am a candidate' before you I', have a reputation of ,always sham. The Englishman refuseson for this days ago.

r killed all of the cotton*. which was for this office and the time betweenthe keeping my promises. If you don't principle to take women seriously. afternopa4a Jlag

t up and rotted the 'seed which has not calling of this special' election and believe it, ask those who know me. Woman is for the Englishman nothing court able and as the.deiendz?

yet fully germinated. But worst off the time when the' same will be heldis If I am elected to the Senate I give more than a beautiful doll, useful his to attend contt, the

all, the supply of sea island seed is very short It will be impossible you my promise- that I will give you to amuse the male portion of hu- him court in to the defsnd A

: insufficient to replant the fields which for me to make a canvass of the I I honest service. ; I, will give you my manity durimg the hours unoccupied and bed. The ctu u?
best ability. battery and "tk* **
very ,
hare been ruined. ,county Being a candidate before by his business. -- -

fi Urgent appeals were received yesterday you it is nothing more than right, Some will probably give you reasons The Englishwoman thus becomesa fined |10 and costa j

t by the factors for seed, but I and it is dnyou" that I make an why you should not vote for beautiful, but brainless, doll, an

i only a limited amount'could be secur- open declaration-that I stand out in me. If those reasons appear to be object of sport. and nothing more In the Beecher is ,

ed. As the best seed were planted the open- where you can see and good reasons and you are not satis- than this. Being a doll does not take of Mrs ,Stowe was oftes'

't' first such seed as can now be obtained weigh me. The time being so short, fied as to the truth of them if you up all of her time so she takes up the younger ,generation g

will not be so productive, it ts it will be impossible for me to makea will come to me I promise that I with all sorts of eccentric extrava- Ing authority. .On oss"grandniece

r feared. county canvass so I take this will tell you the truth whether it be gances. Her husband soon grows of Mrs. "Stn\:",

On account of the good prices method of trying to reach each and for or against me. Some will be tired of this beautiful doll and neg- very angry at a playact g

p obtained for the past season's sea isI" every voter in the county. If you against me because they are naturally lects her. ing her foot, said "J 1ao+t

land crop, some Georgia farmers I take the paper and your neighbor closer to Mr. Tison. Some are "I know a comparatively happy I don't want aaythin __

I" farmers were preparing to increase doesn't please tell him about It. against me. for no other reason than English couple with a charming homein with you, .nor your ',-

their acreage to the detriment of the First, I want to ,bring to your attention that I have not voted their way in :Mayfair who meet one another your maid-servant nor

upland crop, but the present situa- Brother Tison, my opponent. tbe: past. Don't let any of them about once in six months, when they your ass.' Her mother "

tion will have the effect of cutting Brother Tison is a friend of mine.I blind and judgment.A entertain a large number of guests proved her, asking her If'

down this increase to a point in all lave been knowing him for many last word: You don't owe me in their own house. As soon as ,the i what she was saying; l.ti

robability not over 'the acreage for years, and so have )'ou. He is ant anything. This office is yours and visitors have dispersed the husband Beecher promptly repliett.

for last season. one'*, good man. and if, after weigh- your vote belongs to you. When we I hurries to Scotland, to stay with. Ten Commandments 'T

Seed Urgently Needed. 'jng, U'e matter, your judgment tells, give a thing we part from it. If you friends and the wife goes to,the West know who wrote them!'* t4

The following letter from a Tattnall you to vote for him and he is elected vote ,for me and elect me your. senator Indies to Madeira, or some other,partof looking disgusted, anawe
I don't think the country will be lost you are not giving me anything -' the world. ness, yes! Aunt II&mtt
county planter
was received under "
hot at all. ; if you were then it would be s'pose.
"There is
date of yesterday by one factor: no community of inter
"Please advise me if you can I ask for myself: mine. If you eject me your vote and ests between English husbands and

furnish any sea island seed. If so, at First. I will give you the objections t' e office are still yours. Instead of wives. An English wife is frequently FORECLOSCEB Sill

what some have to me. They will YOU parting from something you take ignorant of what profession her Notice is hereby ghe&fe
price! Almost the entire
crop me and use me: for and by authority of t R.
that I lawyer. That is in ) Interest
am a ,
will be to plant over and there is not say 'our. husband pursues. She has.become in of Foreclosure nada and

.f one-t* lrd of a crop. I had a good my favor if I am an honest lawyer. This being sbould, the'..case1 I would 'be a character just what Burne Jones represents the Hon. ,R. M, Call J_

many inquiries Saturday about seed It Is not for me to say as to whether traitor .', 1.t serve you dishonestly her to be In his pictures- Fourth Judicial Circuit ...!
I honest not. I or badly. Duval County on the Zit
am an lawyer or was brainless, soulless lifeless.
and several this morning. A great Much A. D. nOT, to lint
born and raised right here in Live I have an ambition to serve Su-
j many. 'farmers haven't even upland "The Englishman is to blame for cause pending in the Orcs&=
cotton: seed to plant. Last night is Oak and have lived and done business wannee county in the State Senate. I this, for'he made the Englishwomanwhat Suwannee County, Tiot*

the worst night we have had on cotton here all my life; and it is for want to measure arms with some of she is. Englishwomen are not M. L. Burnett and .:I..
my neighbors to say whether I am those up there I want your vote partners, trading a.d:_
treated
human
heavy frost and ice this morning.All as beings, but articlesin in Suwannee Comb, ,
honest or not. I have tried to deal if you can conscientiously give It to
the men's possessions.
cotton up has been killed andwhat me. Women is the firm name of M. Li ;
has been in the ground any justly by all. I will try tb show my appreciation merely an object of sale. Co.. are complainants and I

length of time is rotting." I hear that some say: "Johnson is by giving 'ou good service. "I have before me a long documentin Henry Lee, Jesse Lee, li':?|
Yours to Andrew Lee. Lena Let ,
Another' letter from the same county a corporation lawyer, that he Is a -< J. command which a lady whose hand had been Grady Lee, Rufus te, ,'

said: railroad lawyer. Yes, I might say B. JOHNSON. sought in marriage states _her conditions Elma Lee. Eunice Lee,u

I "Write me by return mail how that I am something of a corporation naming how much pocket and A. E. Leslie as pr4iu.
Took Five Shocks for Andrew Lee Let!
to Kill. Lena ,
much sea Island seed you have on lawyer. I have the honor to represent money she must have what allow- Grady Lee, Rufus Lee It

band, and If you can get us any as : two corporations in this Auburn. New York April 16.- .ance for clothes how many horses, Elma Lee, Eunice Lee at!

there is none in this county. The county and in this county only. I Edward Sexton, ,convicted of murder carriages, domestics, etc., she desires ee, minor defendants ui if

cotton that Is up is killed and we am local attorney for the Atlantic three years ago at Canadaigua of after the marriage." lie as administrator a4 1

think that much has been planted and Coast Line railroad. and I am attorneyfor Thomas Mahaney. was electrocuted present the estate of WDa'
ceased, are defendants, aM
not yet up which is dead and rotting.If Suwannee county, Fla. I represent here today. Five separate shocks B..RAC.AXD PH1LATHHA. the undersigned vu

this is the case, there won't behalf the interest of all the citizens of were necessary before he was de- I' Special Master In COUM!

of the cotton planted on accountof Suwannee county but I represent the cared dead. Joint National Convention Held In said degree I. as such Spat!
the scarcity of seed." Atlantic Coast Line railroad in their In Chancery, will oa
Atlanta Yesterday. 6th day of May A. a lf
Many Planted. legal matters only in Suwannee A Busy Day in the InternationalPeace the legal hours of Sale *'

One planter from Bulloch county county. I have represented the rail- Congress Atlanta. Ga., April 16.-With over door of the Court Hotse.it

t who was here yesterday gave the road for eight years, and I have attended New York 200 delegates from all parts of the Suwannee County, Flort&1
April 16-The
sale and at psbBr '
peace sell
United
States
to their present, the
business honestly and National
same reports of conditions in
his congress which was successfully in- I cash in hand to tb.1JPa
z' country as come from Tattnall. fairly. Do you suppose the railroad augurated )yesterday, will hold five Baraca and Philathea Unioin conven- : the following described ra-

One letter was received from Apalachicola company would have regained me in regular sessions today, besides ventions opened with a joint session'here sonal property, or *> alas :j
tbe
Fla., its service if I was not a tolerable tonight.M. may be necessary to *
complaining of the conference and three '
receptions. be *
amount decreed to
cotton being killed. good lawyer and straight and honestn A. Hudson, of Syracuse, N. Y.,
The
regular session this morningwas ants with costs,. to-wlt:
the my dealings' They couldn't af- president and founder of the National abolL'
Following rains some two devoted to the relations of One gray horse,
weeks ago many farmers planted sea ford to have an unreliable lawyer in to the peace women Baraca Union, responded to the wel old, one sorrel horse&l*oj j ;
movement Mrs.
their service. coming address. old one sorrel -h' rse.
islands. Florodoras and Among other
uplands, and Anna G. Spencer presiding.The and the southwest qur.w
speakers
from reports received it would seem When I am employed to perform a gathering at the Hotel Astor was Rev. C. A. Fulton, D. south half of soutti-liaH

that the great bulk of this cotton will certain service, you will find me right this afternoon, will be addressed D., of Syracuse, N. Y., who spoke on west quarter of Secttoi& c

be to replant.In there doing my best. If I am electedto Secretary Straus by Young Men at Work. ship 1, south of RanP y
and others on the Tomorrow Suwannee County 1'lorld!
the case of'uplands, it is regarded the Senate my election and oath comercial and Industrial aspects of and Thursday the two The amount due >*
unions
will
I as possible'to secure sufficient seed of office will be to represent directly, the movement. hold separate sessions. under said decree i-Si1tI 1

f for replanting,. though' the quality the citizens of Suwannee county in The young people's meeting at four Many distinguished speakers will par cipal 124.62 as b tsolicitor's

i may not be so good as of that first the management and conduct of the o'clock at Carnegie Hall ticipate in the meetings which are fee and eostt" I
*
will be ad-
j 7' planned. Indications point to a citizens and property interest of the ; dressed by W. T. Stead, Dr. E. A. expected to be notable in the annalsof by the clerk Hots

shortage of sea islands which will be entire State" in an honest and 'lair Schaeffer. Senorita Huidebro of Chile, the organizations. Special Masts/

certain to seriously cut down the manner. You would find me doing and others. An evening meeting at CARTER & McCOLLT.
acreage first planted in this kind of that same thing if I am elected. I ; Father Solicitors for Comp'April
Carnegie Hall Killed *
another .
i and at Cooper Son. 6th A. D. ltO,
cotton.-Savannah Morning News. shall most certainly! not favor'one' Union, will be addressed by prominent Tallahassee: a
The damage to' crops in this sec class or interest to the detriment of speakers. April 16.-Lee Jackson

tion is very light compared with the another class or Interest We need I this, a well known negro drayman, of

damage In Georgia. Very few, if our farmers. They are first and 'fore- j lUg Stick for Ipo-evelt city, killed his .son, hardy Jackson '
from ,
Browns- by
any of the cotton fields'here will haveto most. Without bread to eat and t.{ vide Citizens. with striking him bver the head 'I ChambeiColic

be replanted. Here and there are clothes to wear, we would have very a shotgun Sunday afternon. J .
j Galveston. x., April 17.-In appreciation From the &Q
r spot sabout in fields Killed, but not nttle use for this world. We need : of the evidence brought out at the Cholera z
he
stand; has taken coroner's
enough to seriously effect the stand. the railroads. We need the merchants -I I in discharging the inquest this morning It appears t i
negro soldiers, that
Indications are that the acreage in We need our manufacturinginterest. i President Hardy Jackson came home Almost eves/ to
Roosevelt is to be
island cotton for this All present- under the influence of liquor i of a reEable row
sea season has together we make one ;i ed with jeweled and i t
a "big stick' the
by the
been greatly reduced by the cold and well rounded whole. If we undertaketo citizens of Brownsville father began to upbraid him for'I dianhea at sane W*
TeL
The his
that Florida will furnish nearly the make laws in favor of one of these large, condition. This enraged the son, ': year. G
walking cane is made of Meal and is
entire crop for 1907. classes and to the detriment of the I he began- throw things at the i This remedy e
< can conee wood j
and exquisitely car- old man, and 1 by dealers who E -
; others we do wrong.Ve have donea ; finally snatched
It t ; red and mounted ,.with 'texas silver. shotgun up a and 1 n/ l:
Jacksonville District Conference, wrong to tbe class we are tryingto An and started toward him. many yean a
engraver has been working on The elder It has recent
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. favor as well as to the other the Jackson wrenched the
gun
I emblematic figures for over %!x from his hands tcsrimonials from f
This body will meet next week classes. By so doing we inject into months, and the cane is pronounced the and struck him with j t It has beenndanj pt

with the' Springfield church, Jacksonville our body politic strife and discord. j tt e finest piece; of workmanship ever which stock he died a blow from the effect of J I with the
'
: The opening sermon will be It is a green apple in tie stomachof |I designed, for a stick, which weighs An inquest several hours after. results. T

preached"Wednesday night, April 14, the small boy. He has given'the !(four and.three-fourths pounds. was held and returned a I It has often gl
'! verdict, << that
by Rev, F. J. Patterson. apple, to, his stomach and very soon It. will be forwarded to the president his ;death' Hardy Jackson came toi mete could 1

The delegates from the church at he is-writhing.y nd twisting all ovnwith I'II in a few days, with ,a petition son. The at father the hands of Lee Jack- ': ot a phjsoanIt i

IJLive 4 { YUM are'Messrs,' J. E. 'Wpod, L. cramp,"colic.If that he use it on the senate commit tody and was taken into cue i dy cods a ISe

, ,i.,f- t. Abbttion.-: *' Hillmaftl.and J. I ain 'elected 'to the Senate and tee in the name of justice and the "will fee-given.a preliminary :, -you afford to_D* j0 t
I 1 I hearing
rBaisden.;< ._ go..to. Tallahassee, I will not go as ]i[I tonor.of Brownaville, citizenship. Tuesday morning.'before.' .Judge. Meglnnessl oiiie Buvrr: _.

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