Live Oak daily Democrat
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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 29, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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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reject as not complete within his fan-r under guidance of the Comptroller's
RAILROAD SITUATION IN FLORIDA cy; and as he may then proceed to system of assessment and the proposed -

sit in judgment upon his own acts I additional charges and liabilities.

f under the actual or theoretical advice .j and that Is to become merged Into
and assistance of the Attorney General the larger lines.

t Open Letter From Mr. Drew, President Florida Railway, in which and Treasurer of State it is only Indeed nothing more conducive to
reasonable to presume that Be would that end could have been deliberately
J1t"- the Railroad Situation is Ably Discussed by One in a not have to be an individual of especially devised by the trunk lines; as the ne-

dominating manner to have his! cessity produced by such a condition '
Position to Know
t:. wishes sustained in the, absence of would force sacrifice of the smaller
,a any right of appearance or showing ones to whatever price the trunk
lUTe O. Fla./'April 27. 1907. measurably a pioneer line' into an speculative.conditions. It, is legisla- by the railroad* either to admit or lines mightchoose offer. If indeed i
.....W. R. DORMAN undeveloped territory that was absolutely tion proposed and threatened by the deny his conclusions.I anything under the circumstances.In .

;Tflahasaee, Florida. without transportation facilities several State legislatures DOW in ses- take it that it was never-intended my humble opinion there is #
It of any kind whatever. By the slou. along the line of bills IntroducedInto f
Sir: that the rights and property of corpo nothing of more crying need for this 1
been informed that at this direct result of our construction, .as ours, that makes them hesitate rations any more- than individuals State than a Tax Commission to intelligently 1
rD.e of the Legislature it is eonsida the first, and at that time only rail-. as to the expediency of proceeding should be subjected to'such arbitrary study and formulate some

d ceneral1i. matter of political road in two of the counties .traversed further until It can' be. 'ascertained power of any officer of whatever de- plan of taxation,for submission to the i
ioFs member ,to advocate (Lafayette and Taylor) there was. I what the real results will'be. gree. The practical working of this Legislature and which would remedyat

; stJce' to railroad .interests: within four years an Increase of I So far as our enterprise Is.concerned law can be found in the case of this least a portion of- the deficiencies
I ahould hesitate to.requesj you property values of over 76 per cent i the agitation will no doubt delay Company which last year had its taxes and inequalities our present laws.

44*, it I did not believe that you or 252971800. I us many months as (It is, and with arbitrarily raised over 70 per cent Under the practice' at each sessionto s l
*right before expediency.rgr N With construction made under the i most, uncertain results; but .looking without notice ,or an opportunity- reenact 'the 'prior revenue' laws
the proper regulation of rail- general land grant laws, without beyond our individual interests alone be heard. And the extent of the In- its defects are perpetuated; and with
'n by confining their activities to seeking special legislative favor and i (with disregard of which by the pow- formation required by law to be the all due respect to the members of the
'rtet purposes and for insuring anjest under an express reservation and ers of State we are already getting best obtainable may be better judgedby Legislature the sUbject is one that L I _
service at reasonable rates offer of public lands by the Internal accustomed) it is for the public as the fact that lever cars includedin cannot 'be properly considered in all
(grfed to every patron alike, no Improvement Fund Trustees for a I well as'private value of all the enter- our return were raised in absolute of its phases within the limited time
gjjer advocate can be found than line first to be constructed into this prises so jeopardized that we ask ignorance of their nature some seven of a session. Evils- that do appear

,ejt Especially opposed to that territory, our request for this proffered you to do what you can to bring our hundred per cent. of present values should assuredly find remedy; but
of dishonesty, either dignified aid was met by the objection that I representatives to realize what this and nearly five hundred per cent. of with the many Instances of Injustice
oigh'iennlng it business sagacity we had not come up to requirementsof may mean. original cost some. years ago perpetrated under the present law
jtdBgly branded as theft, by re- a policy of that honorable bodyas i As to the employer liability act. It may be also remarked that there nothing less than a Commission to
aag,I should like to see the law sossdc ( so termed by its Chairman). ; if a man's own carelessness is no bar was no correspon ling increase in the carry its labors over the entire State
that it would land in the penl- This we did not understand until lat- to his right of action for an injury 'I valuations, and consequent assess- and to study the laws in other states

ijjjrf. all who receive as well as er in the fact that the lands, which consequent upon it, employers and ments, of the properties of trunk could do full justice to the Importance -
L rebates. And I can well appre- we considered we had fairly and hon- their investments would not only be lines traversing in part the same ter- of this subject.As .

tt'thAt. by the present system of estly earned, were. disposed of at pri- deterred from coming into the State; ritory. For instance, by comparisonwith to a franchise tax where there
a tang in vogue on many railroads vate sale to interests identified with but those here would be speedilydriven the Atlantic Coast Line, our are no exclusive privileges granted \
6"requirement of dividends is of one of our powerful trunk line com- from business. I do not locomotives and rolling stock were and protected by charter it would be
tlgnlficance than their public petitors. After that, a propositionwas know the author of this bill; and I actaully appraised some 44 per cent. about as logical as a tax on the
rice; and as a consuquence their rejected by which we undertookto trust it would be no reflection on him higher in corresponding items than breath of an Individual If it Is jus-

a: are left to the attention ofperdBou re-earn our rights to the moneys to say that measures of this kind oft- theirs. That is to say our small en- tified on the theory of recompensefor
and inefficient employees, received by the Internal Improvement en find their first inspiration in the gines all acquired second hand (and the delegated power of eminent
a,em by the cheap rate for their Board for these lands, by build- failure of ,some attorney ,to sustaina some* Indeed from that very Company domain, it must be remembered that
are over-paid for any consld- Ing additional mileage at a rate of claim that has fond more ready ) several years ago, and presum- the law makes full compensation to
ca> which they give to their dut- compensation of less than one half appeal to his sentiments-than to his ably since deteriorated by use and the owner a precedent condition to

ttlo'the requests and complaintsfood's of such moneys on the basis of acre- regard for the law which in its fun- age, were valued by so much more taking his property by condemnation. _
.. patrons,, The official age which the general land grant damental rule: of general right may than their powerful modern ma- The State, in the exercise of such

.11 M absorbed In workings preserved tor.!ach mile. to our particular Interests sometime chines. And, as you personally well power, stands on the side of the,cor-
siargis i of, percentage in coat ,.;These are"strictJy} personal incidents work an exception of apparent know the Atlantic Coast Line operates poratlea and confers so much of .Its
wceijtB, that those who provide} { so far as the State officials wrong.I every day through the town of own authority for the public bene-
t't'feuea must content themselves might deem them.: I mention them take It that th.e self-evident injustice Live Oak several massive new locomotives fits from the service to be rendered.It .
,.ut81'U' measure jotresard the to show that we have never received of this measure'ts1l.be! eo ap- ; that are each worth more has no proprietary Interest In the
clerk 'may have in reserve one < them after that first bestowed Its repudiated offer or otherwise. not have to be considered to compass Our appeals for some adjustment, hard to understand ,by what process s
Us ejgiretlel Apparently we did not have a proper its defeat. At any rate, if the.Legislature o freasoning it should compel pay
even by the grace of the official making -
Itta not ate oi'pay by the rail- appreciation of policies, being more of the State of Florida is so such) exactions, were met by a ment to the property owner: in:Mull ,.
& to thelrnm'en 'that affects the intent upon the duties of our business far prejudiced against ;principles of grandiloquent' declaration of his undying measure and then exact }. Qm. the ,,,
We, u' the Governor intimates insessage than in conforming to the...desires common; : : right that,viti would enact purpose 'to stand between us corporation, and to its. own use, an ." :;i
; but it is' the class and of the Board; nor have ,wt such' a law,--there would .be HO hope and an stssumed attempt to evade endless charge. And question of such
t of the men themselves em- haunted the legislative halls with requests In 'appeal from Phil&p drunk. to our just; taxes. The only course left theory may be further made in In (

14 because they are low in price for that justice which we considered Phillip sober." open was by resort to the courts; and stances where as with this road,
trtleu of being so also in capac- we were denied. As to the effort to Increase taxationof while we have at all times been ready the power of eminent domain has

Raising a man's salary will not We have stood alone as a railway public service corporations generically and willing to pay what in fairnesswe never been, invoked. In,, this like
tklm> brains, energy or courtesy. enterprise held In ownership entirely there .can be no season foundin should upon the intrinsic values other matters the State has not exercised .1
ed, I'take it that these could be within the State; and have carried present needs beyond the volume of our property and by equalization Its good office directly for

ted better by giving to the Raild forward our work and-given the best of present revenues. It is"-not the with the trunk lines, we must perforce our benefit.I .
Commission ample authority to service that strict personal attention dearth-of, taxable items under present be made an example of the' understand that the first franchise -
aly fine the corporation, but also and our limited, resources could provide laws but rather the equalizationof evasion by corporations of their'pub. l 1ls to be withdrawn and a J

Responsible' officer and the incap- ; and it Is, to say the least, singular the hardens'already imposed,:that lic' duties. This 'We shall also have'to substitute introduced providing for
i w Inattentive clerk, or other em- that after being denied the aid should merit 'the attention of our stand for further in relation to the a.:specific tax of two per cent gross =.

W, at fault in each case; until the I'so expressly reserved and offered for lawmakers. present tax, which Is demanded to Income of the railways in addition to .i .

koadi shall be purged of Inefficien- a purpOse actually accomplished by Under the present railroad tax law cover the same unreasonable Imposi- .ehf- burdens of the general aa ess- :t
sid, through necessity of employ-' us,'W' ahould now find ourundertakIng : we have, indeed proposed to bring to tions and inequalities. mint. If ,so the last state is indeed .3

better men. be forced to some to extend our properties by oar the attention of the Legislature the Every class of property'In the :worse than the first.
*4wd of service commensurate own efforts and as intended to create operation given to it, whereby undera State is unquestionably of improper An entire tax (and not a supple- :
* tie >> I of af- mental one) could not be objectionable j
power delegated to them by greater development resources, semblance of protection to the valuation and assessment with refer-
State for operating and controll- ford additional facilities to congested roads In the co-ordinate judgmentof ence not only to other classes but also from the standpoint of either the
tte highways traffic. traffic the and board corporations or the State, if properly '
of and add to material a for appralsment, the en- often in items of the same class;
sck matters might indeed bee taxable wealth of the State, menacedby tire authority is arrogated to himself from the cow of the dear voter killedon placed upon gross. earnings. It w;
It sdbiects of legislation; but its impending legislation.By individually by one of its members. the railroad, and for which he re- should, however, provide some fair -1::1
of public have created I state written admissiono and reasonable adjustment by rating
advantage can be assiduous care we This upop covers fifty dollars and pays taxes to
led ly measures which seek mere- a record of fair returns for our oper- another of the members of the the State on valuation of five, up to the amount of S11-C'h tax in fair proportion y

s Increase monetary liablitles and ations, and by the acquirement of board; bad as directly contrary to the railroad itself, which may operate to taxes paid by other prop- -
dews of the railroads beyond'those rights.and terminal locations at deep the statement contained in the official a trunk line with its vastly supe- erties and be equalized. between properties -
4 anon : showIng of railroad of the same class but of different -
individuals. water ports, with a satisfactory report assessments.But rior physical properties and earning
d J, u every one knows, 'there of traffic possibilities we finally if this should be taken as a capacity paying less on such basis conditions. A fixed percentage -
thousands of car-loads of'freight interested outside capital to finance charge against methods of enforce- than its weak connection. To illus- without regard to the earning
tog shipment in Florida (as else j the construction of a line several ment and individuals, rather than trate the latter comparison, the Atlantic values or physical needs of the prop-

ere> and there are hundreds of 1 hundred miles in length, Involving against the provisions of the law itself .Coast Line with its heavy rail, erty for betterment or maintenance ._

persI facing financial 'ruin, solely the expenditure of .several million it can yet be maintained thatas its valuable terminal properties, Its would work Injurious discrimination
Ute the railroads cannot handle dollars for initial construction, and ( any reputable attorney will ad- modern equipment carrying its enor- against, the smaller: and poorer lines >

* traffic. But blind fury against the creation of a valuable property mit) the present statute is fatally de- mous volume of traffic in tourist that are endeavoring to build up. ,
* Every tax is the last and
analysis :
Public service corporations with the attendant advantages.that fective, as directly violative of both travel and high class freights in
ely ai web cannot build addition- necessarily would accrue ,to the Federal and State Constitutions in fruits, vegetables and the output of a necessarily .a charge ,upon Income;
e and whatever the method of its imposition
or acquire and'(develop t rin- State and Jts people.In not providing for any right of review phosphate field, none of which were
or produce equipment, all 'Of face of all this I am In receiptof and equalization. That this has nev- tributary to our line, had its taxes it can only be equalized on the
we the physical needs of the advices that everything must be er been so questioned by the trunk placed only thirteen and seven tenthsper basis of such charge. In this light
and situation. held in abeyance until it can be de- lines, warrants an Inference that they cent. higher than ours on the the present tax is such against the .t
t railroads' earnings but In the latti-
gusa without saying that to ac- termined what the temper of the have never felt the injustice that the valuation of physical properties, ;
Uak tude of the law it can easily becomea
these and to develop the re- country in general will develop, and small roads do by valuation of their whereas its earnings per mile were
Of this State make it abso- particularly what the Florida Legis- properties either upon a basis of In- approximately: two and one third means of oppressive discrimination.
P e&sentll.l to secure Investment lature will do. "now that It has Join- trinsic worth or relatively. The smaller times ours. Should there be small Taking again, as the basis of com-
OQtsId parison, the assessment of the Atlantic ,
cabttal: and. how this maylegislative ed the ranks of the corporation bait ones generally do as they are bid- wonder that our refusal to pay stir
Coast Line, as a property with
d:6enefally 18 shown by the erL" den in abject submission; because it red the righteous indignation of the
values of which the Honorable Comptroller

p'tesent Accustomed as they are In foreign may be cheaper to suffer injustice Honorable Comptroller of State.If .
itioa'Is'heiin'g: a the extensions countries to regulation in a far greater than to combat it at law, the only anything does or ever did need may be somewhat more conversant -
by former service than with
ovementa projected by thissince" degree than that attained even alternative. Individuals suffering legislation, it is most assuredly the
that of the Florida Railway which he
by recent federal enactments, the under a sense of wrong in their assessments present methods of taxing the small
few has never probably: the ratio
Ve organized parties in question could appreciatethat ) have an opportunity be and independent lines of railway. xeen
local tax values placed by him in proPortion
O reWp'wych; has alJ 'fair aJld.reasonable regulation heard: before an independent body of They need belief from undue burdens to -
1IeEtt respective earnings shows
maintained with Interests is would not be. a real deterrent in..investment review. The railroads have the rather than- to' put more on them; follows I an,' R
identified with the State, for practical railroad operations empty privilege of making returns and without this is done there is only : .

,>' '" ,,\\M ,carried through h" ; however tauch; itjnigbt affect that the Comptroller. is at liberty to one way of practical relief to them (Continued on page eight) .. -, :


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I I ..:ItI -. e ORDINANCE No. 5. I to the northern bounadry of Wilbur PROF ?
-t a reet, as It sowstands* running at
An Ordinance to amend Sections right angles to said Ohio avenue 1032

I NOTICETo 1, Z and 7 of Ordinance No.16 of the feet to Whit street Jni White's Addition cs

City of Live Oak Florida .being* an I in said City of Live Oak. Florida

I Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to excepting therefrom three feet BROWn

Contractors and Prospective Builders: prohibit the running at large on the across the northern side of the

I streets of the City of Live Oak. of Farshley family burial grounds,

horses mules, hogs and goats, and which Is included in said PHYSI
THE: LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. I to provide for .the impounding" and and within the iron fence inclosing Ns&

disposing of the same, passed said burial grounds

September 30th, 1903, and approved Section II. That condemnation Livs oaz.DR .
will furnish
you your Lime Cement, BuiId n -sand ; October 6th, 1903. proceedings hall be Instituted In the a

Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. Be It ordained by the Mayor and name of the City of Live Oak. In accordance -
City Council of the City of Live Oak, with the provisions of the

OUR SPECIALY: White! Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. | Florida: Statutes in such case made and provided Php .
Section la. That Section 1, Section for the purpose of carryingout
2 and Section 7 of Ordinance the provisions of Section 1 of Office: Carr

L. The Live Oak Brick & Supply CoeI' I II No.Florida IS of being the City an ordinance of Live entitled Oak this Section Ordinance.ilL That this ordinance

"An ordinance to prohlbltthe run shall take effect upon its passage by

1 -- ning at large on the streets of the the Council and approved by the
II I City of Live Oak. of horses mules, Mayor, or upon Its becoming an

hogs and goats and to provide for I ordinance without the approval of the

the impounding and disposing of the Mayor.

ili same" approved October 6. 1903 be Introduced by Alderman F. Ion

... ., and the same are hereby amended so Robertson, and passed by City
as to read as follows: Council in regular session assembles ATTOIi-'v'EY

"Section 1. Horses mules, hogs this 8th day of April. A. D. 1907..

@[ d and goats shall not be allowed to run CHAS. H. BROWN LIT1 pa=,

at large upon any of the streets, alleys President City Council. Win practw*i>ig ftlaJattentw
lanes or unenclosed property of Attest: *
the City of Live Oak and that cows S. P. MAYS. City Clerk. of eta.E

shall not be allowed to run at large I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the Nraar
When the genuine is bottled you get an upon any of the streets, lanes or City of Live Oak Florida do hereby mxSt.

ideal drink of Coca-Cola, superior to public highways of the said City, or certify that the above and foregoing
i \ that served at any fountain.. Just ext _M other unenclosed premises within Ordinance No. 57 was regularly passed L.M.. ?
the in said Cityof
1 following boundary
,_ '(\ actly the proper amount of the Coca- Live Oak, Florida, to-wit: by the City Council on the 8th day
: of April A. D. 1907 and the same
; 4 Cola is used just the where Irvin :
Beginnlg at point
syrup ; proper a is hereby certified to the Mayor for ISt
?- charge is used to carbonate the water. The and First streets intersects, and run -- .
f, -.. flavor and is all there because ; Irvin and tis approval. OBToooNTu ca
it sparkle purity ; ning south to where Carroll Witness my hand and seal of said : ..:.. I
''If' only the purest distilled water is used with the -. streets intersect, thense east to Wou" : $
City this 8th day of April, A. D. ,
Oro )Senuine Coca-Cola in sterilized bottles. Keep Houston street, thence south along h

-" ,; it always in your refrigerator and drink Houston'street to John street, thence 1907.Seal S. P. MAYS
) ,
: t. the bottled article herever you go east on John street to Church street City Clerk. T. J. t111WATCHMAKER
*HM HMfc MB MUcksonviiia'bocaCola thence south on Church street to corporation
Examined and approved by me Pracfesl
Bottling Company line thence east on corpora this 9th day of April A. D. 1907.
J tion line to White thence
f JACKSONVILLE FLA. street M. E. BROO IE. Mayor.Mr. : A
r north on White street to Howard

street, thence east on Howard streetto IS 1ear'1
I... S. L. Bowen, of Wayne, ,V. ;
a point
opposite Georgia avenue, Good stock.f
Just Because genius merely meals hard work." If thence north to and along Georgia Ca., writes: "I was a sufferer from

c your cough is only In the throat and this definition be true, then Delmasis avenue to the northeast corner of Kidney disease, so that at times I

% does not trouble you now. doa't a man of genius. Bryson street and Georgia avenue, could not get out of bed, and when L.E.ltossaaox.I .
SS due north along section line I
think that It needs no atention. When Apart from Delmas' native ability to a point opposite Fifth street I did, I could not stand straight. ROBERSON !

It has not had much of a atart is the and the genius which he himself : thence west to and along Fifth street took Foley's Kidney Cure. One dol

time to check it. The slightest would define as hard work, Delmas to Atlantic Coast Line railroad, lar bottle and part of the second

couch easily leads to Pneumonia, owes his high position as the leaderof thence Coast Line southwest railroad across to First Atlantic street cured me entirely." Foley's Kidney ATTORNEYS At ;'

Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle the California bar largely to the thence west along First street to Cure works wonders where others Will do genera pnetx* *&

of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will character of some of the most prom point of beginning." are total failures. City Pharmacy Federal COUTH

,cure that cough. The price puts it inent cases which he has tried. Del- "Section II. It shall be the duty dw Boon 1.us 1 -
within of the City Marshal or any deputy ro..srAat, i aissaes
reach of all. Sold Suwannee
by mas is the only big lawyer in Cali- Marshal or policeman of the said CLB11K AND IX P UrO.KS. ? lie.

Drug Co. dw fornia who has consistently esppused City to take UYKQAK.FOLEYSBIKI. I :
possession of and place Live Oak. Fla.. April 11. 1907.
the cause of the people against the In a pound to _be provided for that
The Board of Commissioners
: Delmas Says Genius Is Hard Work Southern Pacific. purpose any horse, mule hog or goat County
found by him or them running at: of Suwannee County Florida, at *
Delphin Michael Delmas the senior Delmas, from the time that he large of the Cars. C.1l.t h
any streets alleys, a meeting called for and held on said +w.tt

counsel in the Thaw trial has beent fought Leland Stanford Charles highways or other unenclosed property date; at which were present Commissioners -

t e subject of a three column storby y Crocker and Collis P. Huntington, in take possession within said of City and likewise, W. A. Tison, M. L. Burnett Jwass

Edwin Emerson in the Boston the great case of David S. Colton's and place In said
pound any cow found by him or them and J. H. Grant appointed the fol Chamber
_S-r Herald,. from' which. the following is widow against those railroad barons running at large on any of the streets lowing named persons Inspectors and

taken: of the past down to the present day alleys, lanes.. public highways or Clerks of an election to be held In

"Delmas was born in France, the has persistently championed all manner other unenclosed property of said said Colic, Cbokr? & Da&i
City of Live..vak County on May %. 1907.
i son of French'parents., He himself of legal suits, big or little, prodvided within the bound
aries prescribed in Section I hereof." District No. 1.--\\. T. McCullers.J. .
pronounces, :his name Delmah, ani they were brought against the "Section VII. For catching and E. Davis and Thos. J. Kenady, In Airport every fea k

in his early days resented any other Southern Pacific. impounding stock under this ordiance spectors; A. J. Williams, Clerk. of a reliable ranafrbs!

pronunciation. He is proud of his A former law partner of Delmas the City :Marshal shall be en di&ahea at KOC taefci
titled to the No. %.-W. E. Harrell J.
k likeness to Napoleon, and for this who is now engaged in litigation with following fees namely:
For R. Bassett and H. A.
catching and Impounding horses Thompson In year.Tha I
reason prefers to let but one portraitof his former chief, told me that Del- mules and cows fifty cents per head, spectors; W. A. Nobles Clerk. icoMcf ROE?

himself get abroad. This is a mas had a standing offer from the goats thirty cents per head, hogs one District No. 3.-Will McLeod G. by dealen who km a?

photograph which was taken many Southern Pacific of a $200.000 retainer dollar per head. For feeding and :W. Gefr and m ay yean and Eawiti*

.3 years ago in San Jose, showing a provided only he would han taking care of such stock while in A. M. Moseley Inspectorlf It ha rccovcdtesinopiak
pound for horses, mules and he ; W. D. Whatley. Clerk.
F, stray curl over his forehead after the dIe no more damage suits against the shall receive cows from paty jIt
forty cents per day per District No. 4.-L. C. Young J. H.
manner of a certain famous portraitof railroad. head each for hogs or goats ten cents McLeod Us been proofed
George Gamble
Napoleon. per day per_ head each; for advertis Inspectors skians with tie mat
: d_ 'l.f..L.nii, ".1.,.......
# ing ana selling such --- -
i animals he shall resuOs.
Delmas' people came to California -i st"k"t Ko.
-Pneumonia's Deadly Work receive the sum of fifty cents for > 5.-T. H. H. Hunt, T. It hat oftea aftd i
in the days of the gold rush, and settled horses
t mules
or,cows head L. Dorsett
per and W.
and M.
has George. Inspectors medicine cnuU We bas
so seriously
F my right for
in the Santa Clara valley. In I hogs or goats'the sum of twenty-
the town of San Jose a street bears lung," writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, five cents per head each. The word ; B. E. :Martin Clerk. or a"physician sin m ct

this family name. of Rural Route I, Georgetown Tenn., "hog" under this ordinance shall be District No. 6. J. S. Newsome S. It only casts a
"that I coughed continuously night taken to include "pigs." G. Godbold and Henry Holzclaw. Inspectors you afford to il 10"d

*a. Delmas was educated at the Jesuit and day and the Beighbors' prediction Section Ha. That this Ordinance, ; J. H. Newsome, Cierk. Mile? BUYfTNOITHOMPSON"
of shall take ,
college Santa Clara, one of the best effect Immediately
upon District No. 7.-T. P. Hurst. T. Z.
-consumption seemed inevitable Its
classical colleges of America. He was passage by the Council and a
graduated from it with the highest until my husband brought homea proval by the Mayor as to mules DHurst and B. M. Holland Inspectors;

bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, horses, goats and hogs, but shall not A. J. Bass Clerk. -

honors and received a gold medal which in my case proved to be the go into effect as to cows until 60 days District No. 8.-G. H. Dorman J. IB
for his proficiency in the classics. from Its passage by the City Council M."
only real cough cure and restorer of Kite and J. H. Johns Inspectors
Passed Defiveff
City and ,
Only one other man in California Council In regular J. Drays
weak, sore lungs." When all other session this 8th day of April, A D Ferguson, Clerk. i
holds the
mate to this medal, and ai
remedies utterly fail, you may still 1907. CH. S. H. BROWN District No. 9.-S. W. Gary W. R. Furniture moTJag s '
that Is the
president of the
Delmas college. win in the battle against lung and Attest President City Council More and Calvin Sistrunk, Inspectors; Hauling SpecSTOVE ]
acording to the college au- :
throat troubles with New Discovery Stewart Smith, Clerk.
thorities, was the brightest pupil City Clerk.
the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar- I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the District No. 10.-A. H. Hall L.
ever graduated from Santa Clara.
clay & Groover, druggists. 50c and City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby A. Leggett and J. F. Williams In- Any length delivered'
Afterward he was graduated from
$1.00. Trial bottle free. dw* certify that the above and foregoing spectors; C. L. Sealey. Clerk.
the Yale Law school and was admitted I Ordinance No. 56 was regularly passed of city, promptly.fcusines. ] .

to the Connecticut bar. by the City Council on the 8th day District No. 11.-3. Phillips, H. PI

I of April, A. D. 190., and the C. KIght and A. M. Lewis Inspectors- .
They tell this story of his school Likes to Blow. same
is hereby certified to the Mayor for T. A. Mikell, Clerk.
boy days at Santa Clara: his
_ approval.
Gladys-"Why do you insist on District
''Delmas the better to perfect him- Witness my hand and seal of said No. 12.-S. D. Huggins, J H. J. MO

; self in Greek, solicited the favor of blowing"that smoke in my face, City. this 8th day of April A. D. D. Goss aid J. J. Holmes Inspectors:
George? J. H. Contractoran4
private readings with Father White, 1907.Seal Clerk. '
George--"Why, little girl I like ) s. P. MAYS District
the best Greek scholar of the Santa 13.-H. E. Delegal, W. Apply for plana
this cigar so well I wanted you to City Clerk. J. Reynolds
Clara faculty. For the first lesson he Examined and approved by and A. C. Johnson, Inspectors and species
brought his own copy of Demosth- enjoy it with me. this 9th day of April A. D. 1907 me ; J. j. Corbett. Clerk. .
Gladys-"Well, I must say it does M. District Ave.A.6l
E. Ohio
enes' Oration, whereas Father White BROOME, Mayor. No. 14-T. C. Williams Office on
brought none. smell good. What kind of a cigar u B. Davis and T. G. Hall. Inspec-

"Will you read from my book is it?" ORIHXANCK :NO.: 37.An tors; W. I. Mclnnis, Clerk..
George-"it is a Key West and District flea
Father?" asked Delmas. Ordinance providing for No. 15.-T. J. Lanier J. THe GreatBromoPf
Havana smoker. I bought one by ac the A. Gilby
"No," replied Father White. "I establishing, opening and extending and J. J. ColllBB, Inspectors;
cident today. Glad of It, too. as I do : of Wilbur street in the City of A. L. Burton, Clerk
need no book. I have my text by Live
i I love a good smoke. They are a new Oak, Florida, from the east aide of District No. 16. E.
heart. K. Goff
Ohio A. J.
cigar in Live Oak, but they sure taste avenue eastward to White Futch and D. W.
For the next lesson Delmas came good to me." street in White's Addition to said J. C. Brock Harrell, Inspectors Note the No'6HRS
empt handed. City ten hundred and thirty-two Clork.

1 (1032) feet, said street to be Sift District No. 17.-J. S.
"Where is your book, my son?" Why (50) feet in width. T W Scott and W. T.
Be It Ordained H. Johnson, Insp-;-
asked Father White."I by the Mayor and tors
have a tortid liver when Herblne. the City Council of the ; H. B. Brown Clerk.
City of
need no book, said Delmas. "I Oak the
Florida Board On
' only liver reguator will help you*. : ordered the Clerk to

have learned my text by heart." There is no reason why you should Section 1. That Wilbur street In Prepare the official ballot to be voted Ho Opiites.B*"
Any one who has toiled the City of Live
ever Oak Florida, at said
suffer from as it special *
Dyspepsia Comstlpatlon election
to be *
now stands, be held in *
through Demosthenes' endless orations opened, extended and e this County all )reglr.r
Chills and Fever or any liver com established from the on May tad, 1907
eastern side and s.i.
well doubt this tale, but of
may plaints, when Herbine will cure you. Ohio avenue in said City fifty feet Place thereon the names of all

I have it from the lips of FatheWhite r"I: C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes: Ohio In width, at right angles with said electors, who, by reason of qualified pHI-- The City P.
himself. avenue eastward to lion
sick for month White street or certificate '
was a with chills In are entitled
White's to LIVEOtf.
Addliton to the 1 hare
His story is thoroughly character- and fever, and after taking two hot of Live Oak, the northern boundary said City their names printed thereon.

istic of Delmas as a student and law- tles of Herbine, am well and heal of which said extension shall be The Board adjourned to meet 41-23-tnn-vi.
a April
yer. In Delmas own words "thereIs thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Company line drawn at right angles with Ohio 26th, 1901. -- -

no such thing as genius. So-called dw* avenue from a point on the caster W. A. TISO
aide of ,
Ohio Chairman.
aven directly J.
Clerk. a'
Yaks IClda y

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,I Greatest Values Ever Shown-! -. |


I _:cugOS'ICLED" CR&T-i----READERSCOME FOR DEMO- Biggest Bargains Ever Known! .1



of Lire Gathered Oak by and the Suwanneerpuunt7 Denx WILL BEGIN MONDAY- APRIL 29TH. f

erM Reporter and will last THREL DAYS if GOODS hold out x'

t G K rpm'au. ,and Fenholloway Cape, Will yesterday Tedder ,came I Everything to Ten will go from on One Yard THE REMNANT TABLES AT -HALF PRICE IX. 1 1I =

H. Brown returned from Hamp-
I. Springs yesterday. This means a general cleaning of odds and ends for us and a big saving for the far-seeing house- I

-'- ..
fto want to sell see J. M. Bailey, I .: wife. !

incensed auctioneer. He sells. These remnants consist of Lawn, Madras;Percal, Gingham, Batiste, Bleaching, Linen, Chambry, .

Organdy Mull Ribbon Lace Embroidery in fact with 1O Yards and
f. parnell went to Houston thisjjjring Everything nn- :
} "
to look after his farm there *--- der will eo: at Half Price. ,

-Fort White, was _
3,,JL.pournelle, No Goods Charged at These UnHeard of Prices. i
ttbe city yesterday-


4 Tabor, of Perry, was .........
aa,. .

Hanford. of Dowllng Park,
fr T *
, U the city yesterday. : ZONE 159 L. S. HARVARD: PROPRIETOR FREE DELIVERY } sG

M. Buy of Alton, was here .- '- Ml < > ++ **M MI'M"' >''H M"I'* *4M'MM4 > M II* M > I II' M I I I III i 1 I i I I I i I I I M i I I I IM I +** +.II.II

rwterdiy.fjj ', M. Wiliams was here yesterday 12.50 wagon seats new, at J. M. Mrs. Anny Levy of Charleston, SUNDAY trains over' Live Oak

mer- on a flying trip looking for opport- Bailey's, the Auction House, for s. C., arrived here today to attend: Perry & Gulf to Dowllng Park, leaves 'I
H. Thomas, a prosperous ,
here yesterday. unities. $1.50. Other things in proportion the manage of her cousin Miss Katie' at 8:00 a. m.. and 1:30 p. m., re; "
tat at Alton, was
Be quick. tf Suraski, Thursday. turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents
i El J. Grffin of ValdoSta, arrived round.trip.
t R. E. Cobb of McAlpin, was here JIt
here today, and may make this his Mr. and Mrs S. A. finely> who -Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
feaLeMsy. future l) me. have been spending some time at the The pleasant cold remedy that eipels Miss Cola McCutcheon, one of the i

E.Halle,of Gainesville, is in the I Park, will return to! Live Oak tomorrow the cold through its action on the sweetest girls South Florida lays i:
C his C. \V. Hughes went to Greenvillethis owels. Sold by City Pharmacy. dw* claim to, who has been visiting her ,I,
ST.visiting son. ;:1
morning where he has a con- 'I parents at Dade City, returned yesterday -.If

Sheriff Purvis, of, Lake City, was,I tract for building. # ,i F. P. Bailey met with a painful R. P. Hopkins Ed-P. Mills and A. and resumed her studies at }

I.UTI Oak this morning. j acident Saturday. His;mule ran away, T. Grinshaw spent yesterday at the Southern Business College. ,
li Lazarus, of Adel is here today;l i throwing him from. the.wagon_and Hampton Springs and had a
his wife, Miss Ruben- : splendid time. Hon. J. M. Caldwell editor of the ?
t R, Kink&id went to Gaines- on a,visit to nee ", breaking riffs left>arm, ,, s\' ..
stein. < Jasper News was in the city today, "

yesterday.nsie -. Lena Terry, colored. ,,.charged with, -When you need a pill, take a pill, and favored, our office,.with: a, call",, ,a
Gornto is reported the City Pharmacy Is enigejg'taking I murder in the ,first,\degree I in Madi I and fee sure it's an Early Riser Mr. Caldwell. :never has. tovkn.ock* At] Tour

lijgli Ti>IT
?j j.. .- are closed to the public. I' night by Sheriff Rickerson and macy. dW'*. on his approach. ., ;, .,.." ,, ,_'

!>3lr.Md Mrs. J, G. Pearce,:of Tal- i turned over to Sheriff, Stanton. I
here today. Homer Whitfleld 'spent yesterday IJ Found at Auditorium Saturday: M. Levine. of Charleston, S. c. is ;.,
were with his wife here; and she returned Miss Bessie Carves of;>> 'Suwannee' right a god,locket and chain, which] ,!era on a visit to Mr., Suraskl's

IBa Pullne Jones returned from with him to Santa*Fe this morning.If .I county, arrived in Jasper this week the owner can have by aplying to J. ; family, and will remain until after i:

L&t City ,today. 1 1I I and will take a course at the old re G. Black A C. L. depot, and paying; i the marriage of Miss Katie. He is ,

s r fP.zL you want draylng done or a 1 liable Jasper Normal:-'--Jasper News for this notice. 'one of teh biggest merchants:;In Char 5

UlckterBd bride, of St.ttfuttne. trunk carried to the depot, ., right .; !Icston"i_ :,
are at the Ethel today. quick, phone 129 W. N. Boatright. FOR SALE-One ..complete saw C. N. Ingall's black mare ran away; ___ '.'; =
I mill outfit including.' ? new forts this morning, scattering milk and Hon Robt. W. Davis of Tampa/ i

?JLB. Small, of Lake City, is here Arthur Brown and wife, of Tampa, horse-power boiler;,.,*Apply to W. H. cream over a large territory. She was a distinguished vllstor to Live '
are here on a visit to the family of Lyle. ,', was finaly captured without damageto Oak this morning. He was on his ';
W. H. Hull herself or wagon. way to Tallahassee. Our Bob has
f H. E. Rutherford of Luraville.If is Mrs. H H. McGhfn of Live Oak. costs of friends 1i"1 Live Oak, and Su i

en- today. W. H. H. Witten and son, of Inverness spent a few days in town this week, Ladies I have just opened a dressmaking wannee county :,
J'l. are guests of Editor .S rwood'a guest of her sister,' Irs.. B 1\1. Cald- room in the Lewin building, .
family. wel1.Jasperews.. and will be glad to serve you. Satis Will Kennedy, the efficient post-
...C. Young and wife, of Lura- :
faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. office clerk, spent yesterday at Su
*s, were here shopping today. =
If Screens .made, and general repair- Especially recomended for Piles- MRS KIGHT., wan nee_Springs Will is one of the

.krs. Mary Cannon of Peacock. ing done. Address Box 493 Phone'U8 that is DeWItt's Carbolized Witch best boys) in the country. Yet it is

.u here today on business.TO ., A. E. MUZZY. Carpenter.Geo. Hazel Salve; Sold by City1' Pharmacy Mrs. G. Botkovsky., of Atlanta. Is seldom he gets an outing. When-
dw here on a visit to her brother. W. ever fie does, he makes the time ;

1' RL Furnished and unfurl Erwin and W.' Woodbury of I Sur ski, and to be present at the. count double as he did yesterday. s!

( rooms address MR" in care L avilie, were here h yesterday, Mrs. Monire Wiliams returned manage of her niece Miss .,Katie, .
Democrat. ttkC guests of the Ethel( from Lake Park this morning and Suraskl Thursday evening. t 1WALL PAPERWhen
brought her son who has been attending
.. Wolfe ihowed us some tardiff The Misses Mosley, of Perry came school. SUNDAY trains over Live Oak I in need of nice wall paper -

=e. that weighed, 18 ounces up yesterday to view the sights in Perry & Gulf to Dowling Park leav.T8 I call on M. M. PETTY, at
e1. this morning. the best interior town of Florida. -Use Kennedy's Laxative CoughS at 8:00 a. m., and 1:30 p. m., re-
I >rup. Children like its pleasant turning at 5:50 p. m.-50 cents I = _
T, J:. Nelson came up from Perry W. B. Creekmore, of Wellborn ta'te. Contains no opiates but drives round trip. :

_eterday. He reports hi. barrel fac- spent yesterday with friends and re- tbe cold out through the bowels Cold Comfort!

7 there U in ,a flourishing, condi- latives here.Mesdames. Made In conformity to Pure Food and I
... Mrs 'R E. McNeill> of Live Oak,,
Drugs Law. Recommended and sold
11 spent a day or't..o in Jasper this '
,.. Robert and Harriet by City Pharmacy. dw )Ir. i
here this I week on a visit to her parents
Quiet, of Kirkland were I
and Mrs J. W Register.-Jasper
SALEMB morning, en route to Jacksonville. I
ILOR News.

Porch Lanier was here this morning When you think I barged ,

for a physician'to minister to his Bob Allen, colored, with

son, Lucian who is very ill about that fine tampering with the mails at Wil- I
AND .UNIMPROVED) marth, who was captured by Sheriff

Watch Rickerson, was turned over to Deputy II
M E. Dyers wife and children of you
United States Marshal Bundlx this I L
arrived here yesterday. and
( Georgia
iityRealEstate are spending a season at Dowling need thinkRADFORD'S morning and taken to Jacksonville.Rev. Ii'

Park. of C. A. Ridley, pastor of the ,
i. First Baptist Church at Live Oak ."" 'SO
Farms Etc Keep on smiling and read our passed through Jasper en route to i'

greatest magazine and newspaper his home last Wednesday He has csa be taken in delicious liuidd.augh's

clubbing ever offered by this paper. been to Atlanta and was with Dr. I rot our Soda Fountain Ice

.. ,- Particulars elsewhere In this issue. Len G. Broughton and his wife when C'rl"n Soda in all flavors and of a
9 Where you will find a they were struck by a street car and guaranteed purity. Tempting, satisfying

F' Miss Lollle Marable came in from of had a narrow escape himself from cooling, healthful. The thoughtof
uIt., YOtTI Dowling Park yesterday morning, choice serious InJury.-Jasper News. it on these hot days will make

PROPERTY dining at the Ethel and returningIn t the very best your mouth water. The little cost of

the evening. The Ladles Emporium and Mrs so much comfort will surprise 'you.t ,
5. WITH I CUARAHTEED tr.h6: Lawler's Milinery Store have kindly t Don't swe.terwhen coolness is so

;"t, 'II ,, US.IRfJ8RETY The Walton Land & Timber Co., 20 YEARS W eJI. I taken charge of some of our toilet .,easy to reach. Try a glass of your

of DeFunlak, has ordered 10.000 bar- articles ("France-American Hygien- favorite flavor and be. cool and hap1E -

rels from the Operators' CooperageCo. ',,'WAT"ES__REPAIRED J.I I "), .Our patrons will please,ask for PT.flmmo; .
.. of Live : Oak. E. W; Young I them when shopping'at these two
Co. secured the order, which 1*'the Ian* J. D. RADFORD, places. Thanking; j:<<
est ever received by .any It cooperage will,be your patronage.ST. Book tiM n .NeW! o.
company in the1 state,but" LIVt OAK., flA. .: '$.. :
Room 3.:v: filled to the letterS -"

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< M'fg.Manufacturers =
t.J SCHEDULE. Doings at the \aUonal Capitol- ,

UAD DOW1C. .mo. READ UP. President of

t Washington. April 25.-Will Pearl
No L No 2.. No.
Na I .1.Liz.dFgt
fi + KaiJ Mail FttD.ily Wright, file Louisiana member Lumber Shingles Ice

Except Expreaa and 1 nATIONs, aMtempt Republican National Committee accept Electric "

SundayDaily.. DaiI7. Suod.Q' the position of Commissionerof
Internal Revenue offered him by Turpentin

..... .. the President? The administrationwould
L. Li Oak- -Ar.
;: 7 30 I ae 10 50 am" to
a ID P ID 6 P mL
like to know, for the present Electric Lights in any part of the city f'urni&hed
e Porter L.. for .
10 30 am" .
7b0 l 20
a m E4pm P
of Kentucky -
I encumbent, John W. Yerkes. Business Houses at a very reasonable -
L. .__. ......_--1... rate. E
3 05 a n I U P ra Sto1ei 10 22 at i 80 pat has tendered his resignationto
a ,
day and night current: -for manufacturing
$1 0 am' 66 p m Ly .---Lanier Y. 10 20 a at 4 .s p m take effect next week. Although purpose

;. a ID 4O8pmL ..-......-.. ---- ;L4t30 ."" r Y, 101Oam 440p m419pm Mr. Wight has been in Washington Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders hat.e'-..:.

; a 40 Wilmarth 6 -.... .L". 10Ouam 420p. recently and'has lunched at the : tion. and all orders promptly filled. I -

t- i SO a m -ILv w d .rt+ _...-Ar.- White House, he has yet failed to

.10 Ar_... _Laravil.-._...- reach a decision or. if he has it We will give you good prices on Iow gr
, a. L" __ flooring. Come and get our prices.men .
;- 3-10 a m rabille.- has not been made public. The .

,s 950 a m Ar. .__ _'_ WilmaJIth.... Louisianian has heavy business Interests -

1000 m 4 %I pat L" WiJmartJa.--. V. lb7a 41Sp. that probably would suffer .
0.6 baa ever seen. The
1018 a m U P" L... .... __.--SuwaA 81ver_.......- ", U a. 412 pm through hfs connection with a gov- the country Alexander you know" the Jad,
LS venerable Aga.ssiz.
.... ., .. 'lor ry. ernment post that would occupy all you don't bring II.J
1320 a m 410 1 mIL ----- : 3 4S a. tj7 P-' of Harvard declined to serve

10.. a m 4 40 p. ........... -- -.---- .K&70--..__ ......._...-.Lv. .Ii a m s U p-. his time. The salary of $6,000 a again as president of the Academy yOU people will
I' 10 41 a Lv ......->>a o.. __ "r.XO year Is no inducement to him and you are not a toot .::
Ls and Professor Ira Remsen of Johns surprised
the attraction the place holds that JOt
t: 110 : : Ar .... :. Hopkins University was named for references
; 10 65 L. out Is the fact that he will be con- a former
the place. As a number of delegatesof .
1105 a m Are......... 11.,0.._. -..-..._._....L". nected with the Roosevelt Adminis- kind enough to -ct,. _;

ii t;'; ca;; L._....t e .... .37. m 140 p.. tration. Mr. Wight who rejoices In the Academy are government sum; maybe tat', 11):Qe
sea scientists and connected in a privJltecapacity
L. S_ A'. the title of "Captain" for the reason replied. "Folta a.a "
U 20 a m 441 p. rm- 330a 15 p. with the faculty of George -1

iF u2i a m 45! pmL._ ......_....Sa1t9.2ltoad ---- --. -. r.. i 16 a.. 111 P. that he Is engaged In the shipping Washington University the questionof er. good servant: n
way crazy ef
business was appointed a memberof Ah'd
U44. m b le p m Lv---:---- "-Lv' .ts. m l4p. the establishment of that university ences.PMydehphis _
t.f the National Committee last year
...L" national institution of learn- yew
L.tCharlton. as a
5 11 O W a. 11$ Pm
U a m p. as by Secretary Cortelyou. then chairman -
r.. ing was kept quietly but persistently
tiara 5 %T p. L. Yr-- 3b3am 220D m of the Committee. He was sea NOTICE OP h
before the meeting. The movementhad
16. m ia5pLy-----F ;raj_-....Lv 145. m t 10 pi lected as a compromise between then the heartiest endorsement of the To the Sheriff of 8na..r

L. -_....._ "Lily White" and the "Black and State of FlOrida:
I sa 1 SS
21 am" 43 P" a at P1 delegates although the Academy asa
{ Tan" faction of the Republican party Know ye That JEJ
_Perry'- _....-L. ,
i II 1 zt of .
a" expression opinion.At
% U m' 1110 p pm body gave no
4 of Louisiana. ford. Secretary of State,H|
the present time the fund of $200 .:
Much interest Is being taken in the of Florida, do hereof
(d) T.l* r horT.l phii Sttk (f) Flag SUtjon. (r) Rerister. (a) ResnIarStop. (a) 000 that is being raised locally for Wl;
approaching initial meeting of the that a
At.aeyStaUoa T P. ALCTON. Sapaiataadeat.KBIB. .
the purchase of a site on which to install -
Genera er Agent newly appointed Inland Waterways Special Bask
the greater university buildings
Commission. This meeting probablywill will be held in the
practically has been subscribed. The esofiyd
be called by Congressman Theodore nee. State of
TO THE next step to be taken will be the or- sa
E. Burton of Ohio as chairman the second day of
ganization In every State in the Un- MIT, t i
4 for May 1. The commissioners are, the said Thursday being
ion of working committees to the end
t JAMESTOWNExposition besides Chairman Burton SenatorsNe Second Day d
that an endowment fund may be
lands and Warner; Congressman for State
quickly raised. It Is Intended to a Senator of fe;
Bankhead Gen'l Alexander McKenzie -
Florida from
gather these subscriptions from as the J Serest
; Dr. W. J. McGee; F. H. Newell; atonal District
wide a field as possible in order that of said
Gifford Pinchot and Herbert Knox
posed of the
every section of the country may be County Smith. The appointment of this fill the
represented and the Institution be- vacancy ot ioM t

t. commission Is looked upon as one of come the broad patriotic university, death, on the fifth day af i,j jof
the most Important acts of President -
Hon. J. f
H. KewUn
that its admirers hope to make it.
Roosevelt's administration. The said District
\/Ia the Unless the name sinks the ship
commision will consider the
In Testimony "WTigrwt !1
the Weiner Maennergesangverein% of
of waterways Improvement not
set hind
alone Vienna will arrive In Washington on my uj t
from the Important standpointof
Great Seal of the SUUkfci
6th. to for the
AtlanticCoastLinePeople May sing edification
rivers and
making harbors at Tallahassee
PresidentRoosevelt. the dpttais
of The three
navigable but'with a view to preventing 8th of
day April A. U IS|
the disastrous floods that in songs that President Roosevelt will (Seal) H.CLATCBi1

all over Florida, see the Atlantic Coast Line "Pur the Spring and Fall of each year listen to from the'throats of the 700 Semi

work havoc on the banks of the choristers will represent an outlay of
ple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Expos on. Two streams, sweeping away property val a little over $50,000 each. This Sheriff Suwajmee, (VFoi4i

millions probably Is a record price and Is
ued of
at dollars. In President
t daily trains each way, with through Pullman buffet sleeping Roosevelt's letter In which he based on the fact that the trip will : pr \' -''',

f announced the' creation of the com cost the Wiener .Maennergesangve- : :}1a1 tI ;

cars. mission and outlined its duties he rein $150,000 the ship they are corning "

Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets declared that he was influenced in on being chartered by them for

on sale daily from April 10th to November 30th at low rates. appointing the new board by the fact $65,000 alone. The society leaves_ A LIQUID corn

that the railroads were no longer Vienna this week and will arrive In
Coach excursions at very low rates. '
able to move crops and manufactureres New York May 5th. Its members

For further information see your nearest railroad agentor rapidly enough to secure the will come directly here on a special LAXATIVES

write, Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic prompt transaction of the businessof train will remain a few hours and

the return to New York where will
nation and that there appearsto they

I Coast Line, Jacksonville,Fla. be but one complete remedy-the give a concert as guests of the Deut-
development of the complementarysystem sche Lelderkranz.

of transportation by rater. Don't abuse the skunk. Accord THE

Live Oak Perry .& Gulf The National Rivers and Harbors ing to an official bulletin prepared by NEW

P. M. Webster and issued
Congress will lend Its powerful aid by the Ag

to_ insuring the success of the com ricultural Department, the very high- flU

: Railroad Company. mission's endeavors. The organization est praise should be given this much =3

is pledged to bring forcibly to shunned animal. Mr. Webster does -

Schedule Effective.. April 7, 1007. the attention of Congress the necessity not contend that the skunk should ... C2nII \vsrra. Dt

for appropriating not less than', be taken into the bosom of the fami-

WESTBOUND EAST BOUNDs $50,000,000 a year for the prosecu- ly, but he maintains that they are "A Cold or a Cogtb! tduces

18T.CLASS 2n.CLASS 1ST.CLASS 2o.CLASS tion of this fond ..
work that Is of such Importance very of grasshoppers and are cODlt1patlerl-the.
Mail II Pauen-Frt. and" Mail II FUND Pamen- Frt. dIf
.... and to the deemed by the eyes DOH and threat.ta&i
.1' Irft' Paso Paaa. aer eft' \_ Paaa. country at large. bureau of biological the
-- the system threvrk w3
No.1. Na 5. Na 3. No.%. Na 5. N.. 12 No.4. There is considerable subdued excitement survey as the most useful of ant For the want of moWwt**

Sunday Dally ix. Daily Sunday{Sunday Daily .,t- among the Southern contin- mals. While they are not recom- dry aid hud." Nanny i>f..
Daily. Oaty Sunday. ez. Sun .Only only Sunday.A. ...
gent Washington over the open mended as a pet for flat dwellers era constipating,
M. F.\J(. F. M. F. M. F. M. A. M. A. M.
Laav. Lea. Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive I Arrive espousal by a number of Northern nor as a desfrable acquisition to the

8 00 I 30 Z 40 _.........._.........IJn Oak..................__. 4 30 i 60 10 00 40 and
31 3 143 2 i+4 ..............._BochSink.................... 416 538 I 9 19 newspapers especially by a politically average ,household, Mr. Webster says
S 3 18 1 48 S _.............._Starr......_.................. a 4 12; t 34 9 421 461 9 13 powerful dally In New York they deserve protection, rather than
s 22 ..Merc.r.. OpUtes.UUIM
8 824 264: t ==-.=....=_ ::::uneasier. _Platt. ..:::::::::::::::::::::.I I i E 518 530 527!: :I : 5 of a the policy of recognizing the Southin destruction by the farmer so save

Lv 8 39 Ar 2 09 Ar S 40 ----Do..Iia Park.................. L" S 48 'L. 9 18 L" 8 conventions of the two big your skunks
Ar S 4S Lv 4 Lv 41...- Dowling Park ..............._. Ar a 39 L" II 10''Ar II 13Ar:. 8 y parties next year. Coming so
8 50 4 49 4 lb -.Chancey.. 5 soon
8 53 452 41 ::=-.::::::=::: Bell......:::::::::::::::::::: : : 061 9 08i : : after the "boomlet" that was D a't Put off *
85 7 4 57 429 .._..._.. ...,..W-. Junetion.S2 503 903 HONEY 1
S 900 Ar 4 25 ...._......-............Day-.........-.............. 'Lv 9001'1 8 04 launched here for GovernorelectHoke for tomorrow j
500 Lv 4 ...0.,.__........._...._...... a S 25. II 00 8 551 '758 Smith of what you can do today
t OS 506 446 ...........................Silo........................... S 111 454 lA.r 849 '735 Georgia the change if you put off buying _
1 510 452 84& of sentiment is a bottle R.lJeCoM by
3154 regarded B0
.: 25 5 25 5 12 ::::::::::::::::::_-:. Smith ...::::::::::::::::::: 2 58 440 4 25 I 8 30! ; :: as signifi of Ballard's Snow liniment when of the throat'"VI
t U i 3S i 2 ...._......_.__FenhoUoway_.............._.. 2 41 4 121 8 15;; 6 63 cant. While the matter is not taken that system
D. It 10 606 45 ,......_.._:._.........P.ITY_. .................._. 230 400 11'.1 640 very seriously pain comes you won't have any ,the bewela.
20 Ar 1S .. ..... ..... : ...... l by those who regard eovc\t"
.Alr ;.\ t P. Jt' .Hampton Springs. .. ...... LLiL I ; 3 M 45ILL I 7 M.45;Lv A. M.6 10 Bryan as the logical nominee of the for buy a Rheumatism bottle today. A positive cure _.trencthonmr m Relieves the 1II0C011

Democratic party In 1908, nevertheless Burns Cuts th.throaLChest.hug"6'L
MAYO AND ALTOS Sprains. Contracted Muscles etc.
RAXCH. the situation is arousing considerable S. Graham Prairie T. For CroUP. i i

interest. There Grove Ark., Broachi"
Is no doubt writes Infuenza _.Md
: "I
whatever of the wish te thank you for Colds, Lung tad
the good results I received flJDedy U quI t0and i
ties of Governor-elect from ...
Frt II Frt II Pas... tPsesen Frt. A' Frt.4. Pae.enPar/ Smith for his Snow Liniment. It positively cured BonlT Tar. iJ4Id.
acs victory his
Fa... PaaL f eer Fasa. F.... cer cer own state was won last me of Rheumatism GOe aIt4 tIJO!
I after Put I"2541.
11.1 others had u}
'Jf year only after the hardest kind ...... of L 0.geWl&S&
No.?. No... Na No..13. Na 8. :NaI0. No.14. No.14 of failed. Sold by Suwannee ,
Daily Daily S und& 'Suad.,. Daily I Daily Sunday'Sanday battle. The new Governor stands Drug
ez.Snn..z.Sun.i Only Only ......_,.....L Only Only for all the reforms advocated Company. dw. Sold by OtT
A. M. !- M. A. M. P. M. A. IL P. 34. A.1f. 1 P.M. Bryan and undertaken by President WILDTAILQ
Leave Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Her C. W.
9 .1010 9 I 30 ...............MayoJanetion..... ......... 7 $8; S 20 855 Arrive 2 a; Roosevelt, and in addition he has References.

: : : = 1: : 543''::::::::::::::::::p.Clark n.o:::::::::::::::::: 7 739 VJ f = = 842 J 1 1 5'few pet ones of his own, which he a Not long ago a Philadephla lady

1000. 33.a IOU; 605.......................Maya-... ...............'.a 7 15. % 40. 8201 1 3o declared was suddenly deserted
ArlO 10iAr' S 4&Arle 25 6 15 .....................Mt ......................Lv '700 L" 1 301 L. 8 lOlL" 1 20 on the occasion of his recent and advertised by the cook
visit here he would "try out" for another stipulatIng
Regular stop. Connection made at Dow ling Par for all trains to and in Georgia. that applicants must furnish good Tailoring done at

from Live Oa. and Perry. For formation as to connections with The National references. A middle-aged antee store. Prompt
Academy of Sciences colored
other lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent, 'phone 147. Dow- which was In session here last woman was among those who sought UonLn'2 gam""'"_
ling Banding. Live Oak. week the place
brought Washington one of the and when asked for her reference
:TUOS., DQWLIXG, President. R. P. HOPKINS Gen. Pa she said.
s. Agent. I most notable gatherings of scientific "Deed. Ah done tore OLEO'' ,
UP dem references; fedy." Don.t
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We shall take pleasure in having you present at

O-UI& O"EWIIWG ..... =-

ArM would advise you that we shall at all times carry a complete x .


Shelf Hardware; there is none better

"Blue Diamond" Enamel Ware, it will please you

."Primble" Cutlery, the Cutlery of "Quality."



Adapted to all Lands .

Sherwin=Williams Paints "Mastic Mixed Paints"This

Paint is proved Pure under laws of the Government The Kind that Lasts.

Experimental Station

(Ask us to Prove it) GLASS, :. OILS, :. VARNISUES, :. STAINS, :PUTTY I

Colts, Smith & Wesson, and Other Grades of Revolvers. Amunition. !

Shot Guns and Rifles.The i

very best line of Crockery in this Section for the Fall or Modest Pocketbook. i


shall take pleasure in serving you in'any capacity that+we can, and will always give you "the glad hand" in

our store whether you come to buy or to look. .



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Intensive Fanning. In Your Laundry Workwe
(From The Southern Planter.)

The day of the one crop planter Is (6RANDd

fast passing away In the south, and
v speed the time when this may be so

universally, for no one crop systemcan
ever result In anything but disaster
tUf tanHyuto keep Urn.Uw EXCURSIONTO
.U and stroac. HeAt r. t in the long run. Coincidentwith
be wW and irons 11 Y this we are gradually seeing intensive
Iwasy.ar..el.t order
roar back aeae? Hare ( 4 s ; farming taking the place of
Batas ta tae.est kldnerTtlcn asdCs vv.or extensive farming, and this is being
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I perfectly helped by the difficulty of
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kidavy $w.u y securing sufficient and effective labor
MrCXX'S&1CKACHX for working large farms. Machinesare
AID KIDBXT CUBX* t r / now taking the place of the negro, PERRY FLA.

7 and the farmer himself and his sons ,
KB* Mte and reliable
BN. II|t doo.at do w hat r are working these, and the result Is
w tsv. tot TOUT money :i. -
tack, btoy this terrible dlt. ypt seen in better work and more net
rn6 MM.to hoatth Put yoor t4y*.U by on buy.tae ss at ue t profit. As the use of machinery extends feel sure we can give you the j ON
bra botue at greater areas will be Intensively greatest satisfaction. There is an
IM: WeaadilabotUo.LIVE ;u.r+ cultivated at a minimum of cost, added stiffness and a glorious gloss MAY
work that enhances the 6TH.
put upon our
and prosperity will follow.
, : pppearance and lengthens the life of:
linen. Bring Shirts Collars .
COLLEGE. Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, White and
Faacy Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our ,: Come one and all and enjoy your-

[eOukBrokerage & Commission Co. $15OOO of .10,000 Fund Toward iI j Laundry, and you will have them:''selveS. Music furnished by the Su-
quickly and carefuly done in a satisfactory I
Equipment of Young's Collegeat wannee Brass Band. Don't miss
I manner at a satisfactory
ThomasTille.Thomasville. rlce.. i hearing the boys play. Plenty fo re-

I EClALS l WE[ CAN N CHEERFULLY[ f I RECOMMENDANITA [ I receipt Female Cochrane of College Hunt a letter, Ga.at president from.Thomasville.April Andrew 27 of.Young's Mr is Carnegie in I.I Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE I|:freshments.ED.. J.DAVIS MADISON, Gen., President.G. Mgr.B. .

FFRNANDEZ CIGARS offering to give $15.000 to- 139. T. W. FANIEL
a word a fund of $50.000, which President JAMES A. NEAL
Hunt is raising to complete the Music Teacher
IMPERIAL ROASTED AND GROUND COFFEE equipment of the college.
The gift was offered by Mr. Car
after the most thorough
negie only
examination of the merits and opportunities CITY BARBER SHOP.We .

ors Are in Most 1 01 1M Stores .in SllOllfleS Counl a most gratifying of the college result and to comesas the Ohio have avenue opened In up the a White barber building shopoa

which President
months of effort
and solicit the patronage of the
Hunt has been making. The
K your him to call 'Phone white people. Shop Is newly fittedUP.
i grocer hasn't them, just tell up has, besides Mr Carnegie's $15.000
[sad.he,ean get them for you. Don't let him give you some- about $8,000 already subscribed, and The and everything kept neat and

T just as good. If he insists in doing so you had best trade will doubtless be raised easily within original clean.

"rtiere else. the The next buildings few months., which the college LAXATIVE cough remedy !McQueen & Griffin.J. .

proposes to erect. are library. gymnasium For coughs, colds, throat and long F. WEBBPAPER
Lift>s. of Flovr we have sold since January 15th. addition to the present dormitory trouble No opiate Nonalcoholic.Good .
and a music building. These everybody Sold everywhere.The HANGER and DECORATORWill

That shows what the goods arc will give a very complete and modern genuine
equipment for 200 boarding students. FO LEY'S HONEY and TAR U la be glad to furnish estimate
&Yellow package.Refuse ab titutea
on work, and will guarantee satisfaction -
C. N. Glffln of the Porter-Mallard I Prepared only byFoley at belt prices. Reference: 8.
:: Brokerage & Commission Co. Co., of Jacsonville will make headquarters -i A. Company Chleag A. finely, Live Oak. Call at Demo
:D In Live Oak hereafter. City Pharmacy. crat omceer -
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.. LIVE OAK DAlIiX:; Dl. tociur. MONDAY. APRIL.'_199T.


; Ll''E1JIKAILY) DEMOCRATPublished I,Itw requirements tovnot easily grasped ing series of .taefctingsr with Dr VISItSTHEPCPUCZ: RHE lTH ANo,00WLINGP"i. .:

in its details and relative bearings. Broughton to lead which begins th -
; .'
every Afternoon National authority and state author- first Sunday In June and continuE!

Except Sunday. ity are Tooth exer efsed'afid-some,con? for twoweeks.1.. + "j

i filet and confusion are probable. The pastor announced his plan I

JF SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma. 'r...1' Powers that have heretofore been yesterday..and said he expected to -WAT DOWH UPOH THE StWUXer

: dromant in a large degree are now have a Christian Worker's Confer IIYr

Entered at the Postofflce. Lire Oak 1 in general motion and it may be as- ence in connection"with,the meetings, Mineral
Florida., Second Class Mail Matter [ Springs Hotel
." : sumed that just views and limitations and would invite the ministers and and
November 7. 1905.
\ ,r will prevail in the end. The workers ,from all over the state to I HOT AND cot o BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE,

THE LIYE OAK PUBLISHING COMPACT.I people have practlcaly announced that come and take part in It. He sal d[ PHONE CONNECTIONS.WATER IN EVERY WELL ROOM.EQUIPPED BILLIARD STABLES.TABLES; t*?* -

they will recognize nothing they he would also expect the local ministers -o SHADy,..

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be''I create as more powerful than them- to lend their influence;and counsel .RATES REASONABLE &QUU.17"ILESFROutJq CGQ

mailed to any part of the United : selves. to the work. Beginning at 9:30 QUrt-"

States postage prepair. for $5.00 j| "A thousand new state railroad each morning the conference will be, ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK.fiORl

per year; $2.50 for six months; laws, it is estimated, have been passed addressed by different ministers from tt

for$1.25 five for weeks three months in advance.or 50 cents De- 'j since the opening of the year imposing time to timefollowed by Dr. H-l > i"H"t" -'H I I I t I'M' I'' I .I I I I 11 I I I H

I new rates and restrictions. In Broughton at 11.a. m. Then the con-
livered to any part of the city by
.a state as conservative as Iowa fourteen ference again in the afternoon from
carrier for 10 cents per week. .
o railroad laws are 'part of the 2 to 4, ofllowed by Dr. Broughton'seach il SOUTU RN BUSINfSS!

--- FOR STATE SENATOR. | session's work. Two-cent fares are night. (

to be the legal rate on railroads earning The conference themes will be:
Seventeenth Senatorial District. |' '-
$4.000 a mile and all tracks "The Coming of Jesus <.Christ "The %
The friend of Mr. J. B. Johnson :
must be fenced and weeds kept down. Spirit Filled, Life," "The Work of

y hereby: aansunce his name as a candi- (t Iln North Carolina a new law imposes the date for State Senator, and
: earnestly
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: a twenty-fold penalty for delayed Spirit and Mission
solicit, the support of all good true ,
shipments. All these statutes are At 11 a. m.. ;Mr. Ridley's subject
Democrats at the special election t
| subject to test in the courts, so positive was **A Stranger Conflict Between -
be held in bawannee county, on'
results ere still a long way in Men's Life and Their Lnes At
May 2nd. VOTERS.
the future. It is said that the two- night he spoke on "Not Now but Bye
FOR STATE SENATOR.I I cent rate in Ohio put in force overa and Bye." He announced that he

hereby announce myself as a year ago, and not actively resisted hoped to leave for the Southern Baptist

candidate for the office of State Senator I i by the railroads has not decreased Convention at Richmond on May

for the Seventeenth Senatorial :their profits. but Ohio is* crossed 13th to be gone about a week. He

District of Florida and respectfully by nearly all tte main lines and it is wit take in the Jamestown Exposi

solicit tile support of the Democratic not a state of magnificent distances. tion while away, and complete the SPECIAL ANNOUNCED

: voters of Suwann-v' ounty. Its area is moderate and its com- final details for the coming confer-

: paratively dense population is well
W. A. TISON. ence. -
distributed. A thickly setled state of
i. For the next three months a FOUR MONTHS'
40,000 miles different from SCESLis
FAVOR IX HIGH PLACE_, square is PRESIDENT RETURNS. will be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only&3t.at.
one two or three times as large,
Special courses in all Departments
General Leonard Wood has reached sparsely populated and with little have been H snjs -
Arrived In Washington from the Exposition student entering on this special offer can finish within
manufacturing or mining development tit
the top. He is ranking major Yesterday Afternoon. scholarship.This .

general of the United States '
army. It should be stedily kept in mind Washington, April 28.-Returning is an opportunity which you cannot afford to mi*
with the choice of the department
'I that right legislation Is aimed at from the visit at the Jamestown exposition Do you wish your salary increased t Enroll witka
commands at his disposal. He has .v
risen within the past few years since' abuses,, not at the railroads them- and the day's holiday on the help you to a good paying position! or get a better out than ti

f I selves. The railroads have district James river. President Roosevelt and --,
1898, from captain In the medical WRITE FOR CATALOG.
rights in which the courts will sus- party arrived here on the cruiser yacht
corps to his present position by'
tain.them." Mayflower this afternoon. All of the
promotion after promotion over those
party were well. The Mayflower was
who were older in years and in ser- "
PROSPEROUS FLORIDA later than expected, reaching the SOUTH BUSINESS (Cll
vice. The reason for this extraordinary -:
Washington navy yard dock shortly
rise seems to have been more than Speaking of the prosperous con- :
after 1:30 o'clock. President Roosevelt -
any other because of his "pull" (we dition and the future outcome of the In LIVE OAK FLORIDA
stood the starboard side of ,
could scarcely call it else), that he Peninsula State and exchange says: waived ; .
the vessel and a greeting to
has had with the present administration "If Florida should continue to
LM.flftTTONPresident G. S.
grow sTEPt FJ.S i
the crowd and o/Beers/ who had gathered "
and his friendship with Roosevelt -'o for the next ten years as she hag fort -- '.tii'party
to welcom. home. The
'during0 the SpanishAmericanwar. e last half decade;she'will become
president was the first to come ashore
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So'at';the'age of 47. with still even a greater state and a great popu-
.. and he was greeted with cheers. The
17 years of active service before him lation will be within her borders.
president party were 'at once drivento Headquarters Second Battalion. First Improvement for tht uasji
he finds himself at the top and a Capital is rapidly developing the ,
the White House. Secretary Loeb Infantry Florida State Troops. which the club mat
smoldering resentment running down hidden treasures of the land of per- '
said that the
president and j
the line of his subordinates becauseof petual sunshine, her agricaltural and member of his -had every i Lake City..Fla. April_ 17_1907* co-operate with fbeakg*I
party a delightfultrip. t town cleaned Q. ;;
his unusual and rapid strides past horticultural development is exceeding
Special Order No. 2:
There was"
no special Incident \ Miss Bealak B. fen*
some of them to the coveted place. the most sanguine exception andit ;
on the return trip. I 1. First Lieutenant Archie E. fine paper on 'Mark Tnk.
There -is hardly- any doubt but that does seem that the state's futureis
Leslie, Commanding Company "E," \ Works" Also l
he will slmply.iook about him for the aglow with bright prospects. Agre.l.er I na
LABOR IS DIVIDED. First Infantry Florida State.Troops |of his book. '.nu..
most pleasant way of completing his part of the people are out of '
stationed at Live Oak Fla., Is directed -
was thoroughly iI
term of service rather than step down debt our mercantile establishments Pr.-s-j i
Could Not Agree'On Censure of to assemble his company at the I Mrs. J. T. Crro3 pnteresting.
by retirement to give place to .some are doing a nice business the bank- I
!. I ident Roosevelt. Armory at Live Oak, Fla., on Monday "Biogrtjkktf *
whose '
advancement he
has displaced ing institutions are flourishing the
New j April '29th 1907, at 7:30 p. m. The J Ruth McEmery Stuitf*
because he was fortunate enough to farmer Is doing welL All In all, our York, April 28.-The Central

be in the favor of those in high people are happy, contented and Federated Union today instead of un- !j dress uniform will be prescribed for ing\ from "Sonar.," IM

places. prosperous Wauchula Advocate. animously condemning President i this occasion. and readable story

Roosevelt for his:action in the Mover-' 2. This meeting is ordered for The dab adjovM4K

Haywood matter,- stood about evenly I the purpose of affording the major ever a call meetiaf ited:
say that Napoleon Bona-
divided on the question which has commanding the second battalion otherwise not tstit set

The juggling in railroad stocks parte dreaded three newspapers stirred tabor unions all over the I First Infantry, F. S. T., an opport- JLVGJUKODOL
and interests for the past few years more an hundred thousand country._ The discussion, which last- unity of discussing with the officers
together with the thE e bayonets. A Napoleon B.. of more and
inability of enlisted of
ed for. more than three hours, was men said company,,
I great trunk line roads to handle the recent history seems to have the the most bitter and with the citizens of Live Oak If
dread of one ever heard at a For Dyip $
newspapers but
immense amount of business offered alright by them -
Central Federated cbnsidered desirable the
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meeting. btomach and makes jj
fretful child he fumes
a and
, them, has in some degree been responsible The upshot was that the question of the disbandonment of said YODt
i frets and attacks them. Some men meeting representing i sweet as a TOM.
for the good, bad anl.iR- I company and for such *
more than 100,000 work- other' pnr-- druggist oa a gnarr s tel
? will not situation philosophical
accept a -
i different legislation enacted by the ers in Manhattan ordered that the poses as may be further d rected''b'j'the conforms itrletly to*!

government and by the legislaturesin committee of three appointed at lastSunday's Commanding Officer of the Bat- Pure Food and Drip I*
the different states looking to tallion.
meeting, do what It was instructed City Pharmacy.C. .
securing better laws governing rail In today's Democrat we publish an to do--that Is, go to Washington By order of Major A. B. Small

road corporations. Thousands of open letter from Mr. Frank Drew and have Commanding Second
a heart-to-heart talk Battallion. First Griffin again >
bills have been introduced and hundreds president of the Florida Railway with President Roosevelt on the sit- Infantry, Florida State Troops.J. telegraph office. B !

of laws enacted the different t Company to Hon. W. R. Dorman, a uation. T. JARRELL. manager here for ew ?

states of the Union imposing new member of the legislature from this Second Lieutenant tiaeifrf
e Acting Battalion has quit several
rates and regulatiOnsMany of the county In this letter Mr. Drew discusses Respect the Office.St. Adjutant. ''
but it is to be bopelt
new laws are unwise, and unjust, and the inconsistency of the Louis. April 28.-The Central

will be of no benefit to._the.. people. franchise tax bill, and other proposed Trades and Labor Union of St. Louis It is especialy desirable that the be kept in the post&*'

Some have been passedatthe insti railroad legislation for considerationin today refused to indorse a resolutionby business men and citizens of Live Oakto general satisfaction, *V

gation of larger and 'more .powerful the legislature. He also furnishes the pattern makers' organization attend this meeting and all are ed here and dlw t

roads in order to force"the smaller, some information upon the mannerof attacking President Roosevelt for cordially invited to do so, as matters and delivered wit

independent and competing lines to assessing railroad property in this his terming 'Mo>'ers and Haywood of vital interest to ,the city of Live that Is lust wfcal to 1

sell. But be that as it may. the following state, and calls particular attention "undesirable citizens" officers of the Oak will be discussed. For the pro- telegraph office.

editorial from the St. Louis to the need of a board of equalization Western Federation of Miners charged per maintenance; of a military organ- '

Globe Democrat on "New Railroad or some other fair method of arriving with complicity In the murder of /zation in the community; it is necessary GO TO

Legislation," is timely and we reproduce at the value and properly assessing former Governor Steunenberg. that It have the moral supportand

: it: railroad property within the state. Members of the Central Labor body encouragement: of the community

"Fortunately, the legislative revision This letter not only furnishes food declared: "No matter what we may At large. Before this company Is disbanded '

of::railroad has'come at/a timeof for thought, but it lays before the think of Mr. Roosevelt, we must as the matter should be carefully T. JWest; CL_

great prosperity.. The railroad legislature some facts regarding the good citizens, respect the office of considered by the citizens, and

system of the United States thoughin present unjust valuation placed upon chief magistrate of our republid." If any steps can be taken whereby II I _

a class of its own for extent, has railroad property in such a manneras the company may be kept together, I i I For Fresh

more business than it can handle to to call for legislation along this Executrs Notice the same should be catefuly consider-' ,

the best advantage, and fresh facili line. The Democrat hopes that be- Legatees districutees, creditors, i'ed by the people. For this reason. It

L ties are unequal to the demand upon fore any more laws are enacted taxing and all other persons having claimsor 'Is hoped that there will be as full and Best

them. It is estimated that in a recent railroad property some demands against the estate of L. attendance as possible at the meet

month 150,000 more cars were plan may be devised, and the present K. Kimmertin, deceased, late of Su- ing Monday night.

needed-to' move the freight offered.point system of assessing railroad property wannee County, Florida will present A. E. LESLIE .t I bleats
In of' 'business activity- the be changed in such a manner as to the same to me duly proven, withinone Commanding Company E,'& i I .

period for/railroad regulation well give "equal rights all, and special year from th,
chosen '';itbin the last year new privileges to none." this notice, dr this notice will be !

have been pouring forth so fast that pleaded "In bar of allowance
of Woman's End
tae Club.Woman's
railroad laws national and stat. The Baptist Church. sa>lie ,out ol.tfc-fi *** & sal* I
I '
keeping track of them is no easy mat- Two excellent congreg tiU worshipped !! W. J.; HtLUIA"tate.' I Club held their, last ,

tre. When to the-action of congress at -the Baptist'church' ye"ster- ,Expcntor& the last Wily and Testament t iUny, for. this club'g year at the ;

Interstate commission.Is. day: and'tfie'SundaY-sthool"was well of L. K. Kimmerlin.""" ,- ibrar.J' "06)w .!Saturday afternoon.

ande be&Vk 'ot' forty-Jive : ttfasabpect : attended. Already there' ls-m"anifest: April JT",., 1)j j' p wna

1- legl1Ji.itui s1 tille of railroad'_ in enthusiasm"regarding the com- Subscribe.for the Daily! Democrat Ways..and means.of furnishing the *
were discuss 4.- AJo, eil.c.Live Oak, 3-

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+ Doing my Business friends thought Again"When 1 was* CLINTON & WEEKS The Extra Speciasl Tin

about to take leave of thi! ,world, on
: account of indigestion. nervousnessand Spring Sack
general debility," write pA. A

Chisholm Treadwell, N. Y., "and
when it looked as if there was no Suits For Men

Airline Railway. fccpe left I was persuaded to try
Wholesale and Retail
Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say and .Y oung Men
; that they are curing me. I am now

Columbia Camden Southern Pines i : doing business again as of old, .
Sarah, RichMond, Washington, BaltImore and am still gaining daily." Best Dealers in Flori- at $15, $18 and
Kalelgh ,
tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby
Philadelphia and New Yark.fTWO .
Price Barclay 50c. &; Groover, druggists.dw. da and WesternMEATS 1 1I I $20. .

I that we are offering this week mast

ELEGf\NT\ TRfllNS\ DOILY\ Equal to the Job. convince every man who examines,
There was the sound of creaking them that they are without exception _"

wheels, snapping harness and then the greatest values ever sold at these

Express Seaboard Mail the old horse dropped from exhaus popular prices.If .
.. you want a smart uptodateMICHAELSSTERN
a tion."Oh I
l -- tr Harold," faltered the beautiful tv
girl, "what shall we do? Dobbin Phone 24. + f "

'. Modern : Pullman : Equipment.fheiamestowflEXPoSition. i has given out and father will certainly I

overtake us before we reach the
parsonage!" Promdt deliveries I I

But the young man smiled reas- I
Line jj suringly.

' "Fear not, my dear," he whispered."Do Anywhere in the I
t! NORFOLK,. V4 \. t:
you see this can? It contains .

Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily : : gasoline. I have been letting it drip City.
all along the road. Your father will I II

think we have eloped in an automobile I

and, as he has nothing swifter who down to the end of Decemberlast
full information and Sleeper reservations call on any agent It Itrror I IrfSeaboard than an old mule on the farm, he I year had received 41% per cent.
or write, ; ;
will consider pursuit useless."-Ex. on the par value of their holdings.The .

,'S.C. DOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent Jacksonville. Fla. payments to common stockholders -

in i nun i m ii i ti 11 nri i in in 111111111 M i T i r Good Judgement totaled 11% per cent or $58-
is the essential characteristic of men 43 2,576.

and woman. Invaluable to good The bond and share capitalizationof

business men and necessary to house- the corporation shows an increaseof

wives. A woman shows good judge- a little over $51,000,000. a large
OUR i ment when she buys White's Cream part of the increase being chargeableto

Vermifuge for hers baby. The best the purchase of Mr. Frick's Union
is not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It.is \
worm medicine ever offered to mothers Iron Works at Pittsburg at a cost of
; broad enough to accommodate all, and Many indeed are the sensible approximately $40,000,000. The total

f THERE ARE ITS PATRONS: e i. gratitude mothers, who for the write good expressing health of their their capitalization number is of now employee$1,430,000,000.The has increased -. \ r

L-The young folks with their small savings. children which they owe to the use from 168,000 to 202,000; J'\' ,

; 2-The bread,inner, striving to accumulate a fund t of White's Cream Vermifuge.' Sold salaries and wages from $120,500000 ,-

to procure a home or a competency for old age. by Suwannee Drug Co. dw* to $147,000,000, and gross earn-

3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and i ings from $56,500,000 to $697,000- .
the income provided. "There must be some fake about, 00.

that new trick of Sandow-Samp- It is expected that the statement to
with idle funds
(.Those awaiting other investment. "
+ son's said Tete de Veau. be issued after the meeting of the directors -
"What trick is that?" L'Oignon next Tuesday will reveal a ---..---
IDE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida i I asked. FINE
total surplus in excess of $100.000- CLOTHING
"Why, the strong man closes and 000. ._ -:-...-
locks, unassisted and within five j

minutes a Saratoga trunk packedby u Thf May Interest You i Suit for business or dress that will

a woman for a week's trip to the No one is immune from K.dae.; ; look and fit as if made to measure.

seashore."-Home Journal. trouble, so just remember that I I I then you shouldn't fail to come and '

Fole/'s Kidney Cure will stop the !r. I see these three After Easter specials J
Tho New Pure Food aud Drug Law. regularies and cure any cas of kidney in the noted
We are pleased to announce that and bladder trouble that is not .. ,

Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs lejond the reach of medicine. City MICHAELS-STERN
colds and lung troubles is not affected Pharmacy. dw*

by the National Pure Food and .:
Drug law as it contains no opiates or "I suppose that if you marry my

other harmful drugs, and we recom- daughter you will expect me to pay You will find the style and quality,
mend it as a safe remedy for child- jour debts?" the finish and the fit of the suits of ;

For SicR Livers ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw* I "Shouldn't think of putting you your size at every price, precisely as '

to so much trouble," answered Earlie you want them. Details: .ii
City Girl-What makes the lake 'Byrd. "You can give me the money
such a beautiful green to-day? and I'll 'em single and double-
A PURELY VEGETABLE pay mjself. -Washing-
Boatman-Thee grass widows do 'I ton Star. At $15 breasted Sack Suits
I be in bathing mum.-Boston Trans- In all the approved

cript. The Price of Health. Spring styles and fab ..
CONSTIPATION DYSPEP. rlc-effectB--gray and brown-toned .
QUICKLY CURES 81A. MALARIA.CHILLS and I- "The price of health in a malarieus : 't
worsteds cassimeres, cheviots and
ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. Bitten by a Spider. is just 25 cents; the cost of
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by tweeds-coustom-tallored and finished -
Through blood causedby I a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills,
TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. On. bottle purchased poisoning equal to $30 to order-
tick tomorrow. a spider bite, John Washington, I writes Ella Slayton, of N'oland, Ark.
| today may save you a spell made suits, for your
of Bosqueville, Tex., would have lost New Life Pills cleanse gently and Im- tion at only. selec$15
CU1ED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER his leg, which became a mass of part new life and vigor to the sys-

ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED running sores, had he not been per- tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteedat all the advanced
suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw A T $18 styles in smart sin
Mrs. W.A. WUtewell. Emory. Tex.,
writes: "My child had chills and fever Salve. He writes: "The first ap- I I gle and double-brest- 1
far four years. We tried all kind of plication relieved, and four boxes "What does the expert mean when ted cut; strictly hand
medicines aDd finally aa acquaintance of healed all the sores." Heals every f he says 'there is no character' in tailored.throughout and made of ex-
mine recommended Herbine. We used sore. 25c at Barclay & Groover Clark's handwriting?" inquired the cellent worsteds, cheviots, cassimeresand
three bottles and the child is now com: I I I
druggists. seeker after knowledge. tweeds in beautiful patters of
tJetery cured. You have my permission
to publish this testimonial as I cheerfully dW-1 I "He means replied the man who newest color effects-precisely like

recommend Herbine to all mothers Visitor (to artist's young wife)- i knew "that every character is the $35 tomeasuremadesuits
having children afflicted a*mine." Whatever were you two laughing tally formed"-Philadelphia legl-I here in all styles at
over so just now? only . .
BALlARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. Wife-Oh, it was such fun! My I I I- How to Avoid Appendicitis *
the finest
LOUIS. U. S. A. husband painted and I cooked and I :Most victims of appendicitis are specimens .f
$2.0 of high class tailorIng -
then we both guessed what the things those who are habitually constipated
J0 W03 were meant for.-Fliegende Blatter. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures in all the smart
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY chronic constipation by stimulatingthe styles and exclusive
lIver and bowels and restores the suitings of finest quality-imported
.Suwannee An Insidious Danger '
Drug Company. and domestic
natural action of the bowels. OrlnoLaxatl"e worsteds, cheviots, ser-
One of the worst features of kid- ges and cassimeres-the counterpart
Fruit SyrUp does not nau- _
ITOR'S,PROCLAMATION. man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to I ney trouble is that it is an insidious seate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant In every detail of $40 to-
[*e is hereby' disease and before the victim realizes measure-made suits
given that at the special
fill unexpired term, caused by removal to take. Refuse substitutes $20
GenerAl City Election of the his danger he may have a fatal mala- I City Pharmacy. dw* for this week only .
from Wards and resignationof
of Live Oak:Suwannee County. dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the i

14,to be held on the first Tues- | Incumbents. first sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities I OUUS AND KM>S. SPRING SUITS FOR BOYS AT
fa ) &r- *. D. Given under my hand and seal and prevents Bright's
ilril 1907, at the I At present German capitalists have $2.50 TO S7.50
f Chamber, and in manner and i the 21st. day of :March, A. D. 1907. disease and diabetes. City Pharmacy loans on Turkish securities amounting -
I. Every suit at every price built of
Prescribed by law. the fol- (Seal) M. E. BROOME, to about $50.000,000, invested
auaiclpai officers of said Mayor City of Live Oak I.chiefly in fisheries, railways and carefully seclected materials; tailo -
are to U i' Big As a Government. ed by specialists to resist wear.
voted Florida.
for and elect Suwannee County armaments, drawing interest at the
: Keep their shape and fit perfectly in
Mayor a Clerk. Treasurer Attest (From Bulls and Bears.) I rate of 4 and 5 per cent. The railways -
size Norfolk
every -- doublebreasted -
aaeaor. filled by same person; | S. P. MAYS, Clerk, One can never view without amazement I in which Germany is interested
and single-breasted Sack, and
Collector; a Marshal and Live Oak, Florida. the figures of earnings by the are the Anatolian and Bagdad.
t&rJ dainty in plain and fancy
Inspector fined by United States Steel Corporation. The .
: fabrics for little
b4 I men of 3 to S
1-: as au 'Alderman from Ward +.. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.llltDR. latest compilation on that subject is'I'Ia Prof. E. Clayton Wyland of the years.
Alderman from Ward No. summarized history of the corpora- School for the Deaf in Frederick. Md
p Alderman from Ward :* CHAS. E. TAYLOR, in April himself mute is the first
No t; tion from its organization a person so
-41ftnzlu.' from Ward No. 4; 1901 down to the end of 1906. a afflicted to be admitted to membership 1 i
u from Ward No. 5; an 1 VETERINARY I period of five years and eight months. into the Knights of Pythias He BUTLER BROS"MENS'

front the City at Large; ,j Solicits your patronaee -Officeat Net earnings in that time were is a member of Lodge 29. and it was t

" SLf 4 Trustee to fill ex't.r residence-Phone (3 rings) 143rMMtniMMIIIIimill $676,855.965 of which $168,536.75 necessary for the initiating committee I
( t C. A. Hardee. Aider-], went to holders of preferred stock to learn the sign language OUTFITTERS"

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TIlE RAILROAD: SITUATION INL .FLORID... ,*,- ''LEGISLATURE.Session .. ... I least would noC construe as violent or "Abe. Lazarus, ", who" formerly. lived ifftff.gg. of.hs

FLORIDA.Continued :f" inspired by a general desire to make rcw; -"h't"Lrot er.t-l :,'Lazarus. DeUeve!
.il" ..l "' '.' ,.... ca. 'things disagreeable. Both houses, ittody dled at hda"F pl at Adet Ga.: lLazarusjren ynnd tt:

( from one.}.., i .Is: Nowi.HaUWork'te ._ Gen Mgcf ; a-el .
page (, >; to attend .th.f1PPF.W'
i .
be fairly aid,.are..cm :xecpd4asttpposingany t. : onest'bzrezgmte

{ Atlantic Coast Line ,(basis) .;100 Be Done J.a) ezt_: hIpty .' measure leading ..unnecessary :r Tb.ere were' nine boys In 'to

';: Seaboard Air Line' proportionate Dayss sat *i:: .friction. .t',* .c all. ,of whom reached blosspmedleft

. . . . . .108.2 Tallahassee Fla., April 29. -The Hence it may be.said that duringits and this Is the first tt

-',' Florida, .*'Railway* proportionate.85 first month, of the Florida legislatureof first month the legislature has occur. Owing to severe ill- ter of amemory

'. '- 1907 has been one of preparation; shown a desire 'for harmonious relations ness, MrsM.. Lazarus was unable to
This_means la terms so plain that
the second and lit all hope and with the co-ordinate department go to Adel to attend the funeral. The virtues
t there is ,no mistaking them and aswe thatrestore
; : trust will be one of accomplishmentThe without at the same.time put- deceased had.many friends here,'-who green in the
-propose ,by judicial flet
first month has been the In- ting' itself on record astbeing. for or .will regret to'hear of his demise. Ikewas friends
i record that the Florida Railway aitd;
actually assessed almost twice whatlit troduction of bills in both house and against any of the measures to which buried yesterday at Thomu t1te. reavej sal t a

senate. Including seevral that are of : the present executive is firmly com- County
i the Atlantic Coast Line Is, This In- Dem.t
: r paramount Importance to the state. mitted. For the second half it will Louis Poole of Goldsboro N. C.,
justice is the direct result of..an arbitrary -
t. unfounded and unjust valuation Two or three have received the ap- il be actively something. It will not traveling auditor of the Southern

proval of the governor that are of needlessly antagonize the other Cotton Oil Mill Co., Is here,on a visit' lief. Yt
( ; but appreciate this it nec-
essary to delve deeper than the mere general interest and upwards of a I branches of the state government. to Col. A.. E. Leslie. Mr. Poole thinks I gives the ht

I RATE upon such valuations. For dozen of purely local interest with i That much Is clear beyond the a cotton oil mill in Live Oak would ,. 4 poi

: J instance the percentage ,.f>t actual 'perhaps half a dozen more of local i shadow of'a doubt. Whether it will be a paying Investment as Suwan andiaeigln

interest before him for approval at : recomended by reduces one-lenth of
. i tax levied proportionate to the values : adopt the measures nee epwntj. : steed t tA

.. which the Comptroller accepts or the present time. Perhaps half a the governor remains$ to be seen, sea island cotton.of,.the country, and i macy.

dozen more bills of general If not i been investigating prospects that
f places show only a difference in his Committees have ; the are now an Industry -

: carefully prepared report of eleven immense importance are In the various matters In connection, of this character will be established lie

K mills throughout the entire State between hands of the enrolling committees' with the administration of the government -, here. With an investmentof i

r the property of the Atlantic after passing' both louses and will of the,state. and it will not $40.000. $10.000 annual/ could It seem that titto

Coast Line and this road; and that be certified to the executive within be long before their reports are be-, be realized, as a fclear profit. This i correct that Mr yet!

the next few days. But the resultsso And when these had leftkilling
notwithstanding the .differences: to be fore the two houses. matter ought. to be considered by

expected from variqus special local far could be written in a.; very rports are in, then the field is.cleared -. our progressive .citizens.A of Mr. <

small Volume What has not been for discussion Then it will .be Jenkins did gotand'
taxes. It is only:when,;you look beyond -
done might fill a Webster's dictionary seen whether the lines now drawnare 4h8talned
the theoretical' of the
fairness terribleaccIdent occured to the
t. or a family Bibles' maintained and how far the dif- by:some that
law to Its administrative! possibilities ; fourteen-year-old son of B. M Car-
that This is not a criticism of the,.legislature ferent maters Involved break the ed' is he Iflj
in actual practice you can ap- roll Saturday The lad with several
t of 1907 Far from it, thereis alignment that has been created In weiltouededly
preciate its power for oppression. youthful companions were out hunt-
still time to accomplish much and the four denies any
the succession of events past
And It is its evil that "
possibilities Ing and fishing. The boat was landed -
the writer has the utmost confidencein weeks. The next four will be busy which the, dead mss
r should be looked to regardless of the when a dove flew over and an The
C the chosen representatives of the ones. Under the presidency of two Democrat
fallacious showing of reports; for no attempt was made to shoot it, but
people to discharge the duties as- men whose courage of their convic- to these fact in jse uTl
; law is worthy of the name that leaves failed. The gun was then laid down *
sumed by them, and this confidencehas has led times
tions them a good many
e the enforcement of its provisions. by when it was suddenly discharged the
% been increased by daily observa- since the session began to record their
any possibility subject to Impulse,or contents completely tearing the
tion of'-the men of ability earnestness -
; votes on the losIng Important A.ZD
inclination .
left hand of the. Carroll boy .and
F. and patriotism who the houses
compose issues, both are determined to
The Railroad Commission,: as. Conversant ; wounding him badly in:the lefti .,
present legislature goes without dispatch business as rapidly as possible Shocks Ia Soathai I IM
with the earnings ph/sfcal think
physicians they
saying that out.of a body of one hundred i for the short time remaining say la Violent
conditions revenue resources and they can save the leg. yet it may
men there are some who Legjslatures are human, very human
policies of the different have to be amputated. It was an ac- Naples, April it-
far beter fitted for than 190'is
: private of not

are. legislature going
roads of the State could itself: properly butjjLhe shocks of ]
cident pure and simple and.no one earthqugs ,
exerVi se theduties pftblic life but it is no less true to do toe state an$ mischief,
and intelligently can be blamed for its occur,encs. Calabria today, 'ftp
there are those in one house or the_ unless it departs from its potcy con- ,
of assessment board And
an southern
Italy, u _
other who could fill the offices of -Lient maintained todate.. And it i4
if there is to be a tax on the basis of I fearful lest there be
; then other Governor Senator of the Unite fill do a gr.atdeal'! of good if the The TI es-UIilon of today gives i
income this or any asses- the earthquake diaststfiCatalinla
sing body should be authorized to States, or Congressman, with creditto wishes of ttit'great majority of both the following acount of the accident

graduate such tax not only on the themselves and honor to : the houses are realized. If this session that occurred to Engineer Hopkinsof Volcanic hues

conditions named but also on the surplus state. The personnel of the legislature should result in evil, or in nothingat the Coast Line at Trilby last week* Scffly, 1i

held or dividends paid, in order is all right, but the facts as all' being'accomplished it will be "It seems that the contractors who royal observatory m Ls j

J to Induce proper and sufficient expen- stated are correct, the first month has through tlie'ZLlnysteries 'of politics furnish wood t the railroad had piled gisters an eztraor

ditures for maintenance and opera- been one of preparation..father thanof whfch set -af naught the.desire ot.a 'tt on both sides of the track so that the volcano ombolio. the i

tJ accomplishment. _, ">. : conscientious aid unorganized ma.jdrity .- :thg York train crew could load Itquickly The v&kuo k i
r'*, What is the political!complexion of 'I .
Somehow this wood which
,TJUs t 1J.lthoJ.t; doubt, go far i large quantities of nbai
towards reaching the primary cause the present legislature Passivelyhas It may be that measures have been extended seevral hundred feet on which are damtdia(

of inefficient service that the rail- been administration. introduced in'this session that would both sides of the track was fired. both Sicily and CU&h, _

roads themselves admit to exist although 'Administration" and "antiadministration" prove detrimental to the best Inter- Engineer Hopkins went bowling into

they might not concede such are comparatively new ests of the state "If passed. In such this avenue of fire pushed oil by a IRAedreistGenoa

cause; for It, is a notorious fact that terms in Florida politics.. The writeris case. It, is tobe'devoutly hoped they heavy freight train doubtless thinking April 2L-s
not for the Introduc-
some< of ,the strongest properties in responsible will fail. O! the other hand there that the dense smoke and fire volcano Is ag&ia ia tat

earnings; -and traffic 'resources in this tion of either. They arose when an are numerous measures already In- was caused by section men burning An explosion so itnftiij
administration undertooka
States' today have been neglected in aggressive troduced which will doubtless be ,decayed'cross-ties. It is believed cussion broke a-wfeAnr
which with determined
policy met
their administrative requirements by beneficial, and upon the most Import- that-wben Mr. Hopkins realized the today. Thestricken. DeMsls
resistance the of of the
making unwarranted dividends at the on part some ant subjects confronting the state. predicament that he was in that he'put The attest tff
people and politicians when matter
expense of proper maintenance and many of them";. there are measures 'on all steam ia an atempt to jerk is not known here Mis
of live public interest broke the
operation. jet to Introduced. It is needless his train through the danger zone with the Llparl islu&k*
monotony which, at one time prevailed -
I to repeat that the first.:half of the but unfortunately heat of the fire The only newt reedtai
Now particular
in state politics excepting for the '
session has been productive of few had caused the rails to expand and has been by means d
the pending measures, there has beenno biennial and quadrennial campaigns.
results. The the engine left the track
policy of both housesfor partly
popular agitation throughout the
There have been many good admini-
the second half is..evident, whether turned over. In trying to save him-
State for any additional burdens or strations in Florida, but it is of re- LOCKOUT HI 1LtF!
it succeeds or not and that in two self Engineer Hopkins jumped
damage liability Similar bills have
cent years that new problems have
short words is: Dothings." squarely into the fire and would have
been presented in sessionsof
previous aroused the political affairs'of the '
been incinerated had It not been for Nine Thousand
the Legislature and they met
: as state from a condition comparativelyquiet
the : Join the 6tt11ar
remarkably prompt and heroic
with defeat and were not followed by and uneventful the call after Hon. Nat Marlon and daughter.

public demand in campaign and at the storm of war and reconstruction. Miss Maud, of Marion Station, were action of Flagman J, D. Jordan as- Havana, April H.-&

the polls there can not be any reason Therefore when the present execu- here this morning, en route to Tallahassee sisted by Conductor Saunders who of the lockout tomonv

except possibly some idea of personal tive and his colleagues in the state Miss Maud is a stenographer also extricated the negro flagman; independent cigar fcctwj

political expediency, why these I government undertook a determined in the office of the state superin- Boyd. from the wreckage and In- na, 9,000 dgannalai R|

should now be passed; and I take it policy which had many features upon tendent of Public Instruction. ferno he also being painfuly burned ranks of the three

' ttat the purposes of the establish which public sentiment was divided, I and bruised. Mr. Hopkins was. .Immediately ployes of the lianas

ment of our legislative body was not brought here to the McRae who struck twas*!
the terms above quoted began to be Hon. R. J. McCutcheon, of Dade pang,
for the exploiting of political ambi Rote where he was made as comfort- their m'>i
used pretty frequently. The effort City, visited his daughters here this manding that

tion.Let to elect a legislature which would morning and last evening. Mr. Mc able as possible under the ministra- American instead flf Sjtf j

have laws that will,, find tions of Dr. Seay until next day whenhe 8trftei
us of the j
place itself in antagonism to the polities Cutcheon is one of the committee appointed committee
their object more for upbuilding the was carried to the railroad hospitalIn and tf>U
of the executive brought forth to investigate the drainage ) Magoon today J
material wealth and of the \V aycross, Gat from there it Is re-
power bold set
the declaration frequently from some of the Everglades, and he said to us decided not to
State than constituting ported that if he lives he will lose **
as stepping quarters that the legislature going that the committee would report that demonstrations and *
stones to its offices and his eyesight, both hands and both ri*
political ; to be "anti-administration, thatit the same should be continued the preservation ot<

members of the Legislature who haveno was\ going to raise the dickens. feet. they opposed any iiaP j

ulterior ambition beyond serving with the executive all th'
generaly department that
Col preferring
Levy Lee
i this
morning, sued
tie State their constituents and their when it got in session. Butte I out habeus The tidings of the death of Mrs. men-should renal st

own fair judgment must consider corpus proceedings before C. H. Tedder at Quincy last Friday, assort 4*
That was a mistake. Circuit Court Commsh which would
that even the corporations into which ner. was a painful shock to her many manulactarts
Everything that looked like an effort Broome for Aaron and Paul Demps. aid The
the breath of life has been breathedby friends here. During a' sojourn of s !s
to besmirch the executive depart- two negroes charged with murder pointed a committ
our laws should, have some meas- a year: at Dade City the charmingand I with tiB**!
ment has been frowned down in one Branford, and held to the circuit lovable of settlement
ure of right to the life liberty and personality of Mrs. Ted-
house or the other, or both. Nor court one in the sum of $5,000 and der her i committee will tePXI
property vouchsafed lo private citi- high Christian character her
does the record show that any such the other $10,000. After hearingthe noble
womanly traits and her
zens.And efforts have been made. It is beyond motion, Commissioner Broome re- warmhearted -I B IYri E OF HA
if would handle and genial nature
then they had endeared
duced the
question that 'quite a numberof ball to $1,000 each, which
the situation as full justice demads, her to alL When death stills
the legislators are opposed to the the matter about as It was, forever Spectacular.hse
: they would couple with their most the heart of so good and )lost
I so
for[ it is
not believed
policies of the governor, as a general the surety can ,
emphatic rejections of these and like true a woman, so noble wife Streets aglow
be furnished.. so
rule, though there has been little in Brillisa
bills, a declaration of honest purpose exalted a Christian friendship'and ors and
the session to indicate it Not a
and assurance (made more to the love unite to weave garlands of City of Mexico, '
in either house has The
man impugned city editor of the Democrat d
point by direct resolve) that it is the amaranthine flowers for the new most spectacular '
either in debate or in any measure spent Saturday night at .
and policy of the State of Wilmarth tomb, to commemorate ever
purpose the virtues j parade
i flower
the motives of the executive officials, accompanied by R. S. McCord Thereis I
Florida to give all due and proper and to signalize the Immortality of Mexico City took P'
has action been taken
nor any ImplyIng no more romontIc spot In Florida the I
regulation to public service corporations lamented dead With one accord !S celebration Is sa !n9a
this. The introduction of the than on the banks of the Suwanneeriver t
but without of the In- merited tribute of to l
honor and lov to 11 A. in ,
resolution the first day of the sessionto t ere. The beautiful I From
vestments made and properly usedin springs the departed friend.
investigate the actions of the In- teeming with fish, the almost She was good of flower-bedecks
ever- and '
I them. ternal Improvement Board can hardly blooming magnolias, the noble hearted her thoughts and : bites and bicycles P
in advance for majestic her deeds blended la'
Thank'ng you your together !
like the street
be considered an unfriendly one, aks, the stately pines and the Francisco
consideration I am, rugged notes that spring from mesh
for the governor's message was lying banks of the river seem to sing the strings of President Diaz,

Yours. respectfully upon the desk of the senate while lullaby and one only longs to a a harp She was pure minded and Italic corps sad
FRANK DREW. lounge womanly In her t sad
social and church lnT\ted\ in
that body was considering two upon the verdure. You cannot visit guests

'_ President,. resolutions introduced proving for there without humming that fife. affably her manners loving mada In the

FLORIDA v .\JLWAY' COMPANY what the message demanded 'A few familiar song "Away Down upon the old She.and trustful: all her asociatlons. parade and battle of

.Ll tUfa L.' criticisms have been made, it is true, Suwannee River," and sing It in the was ? devotee at the shrine of ; its march throal'b'

f_ A.ufij. Lewln returned: from a trip perhaps Jhstlf; perhaps unjustly, but softest strains, and with feelings of God duty and believing in the fatherhood of,1 i of the city, wb
that the at] brotherhood: of colors gad
to jHampton Springs yesterday criticisms unsophisticated deep ,emotion ; man national >r
bending all her energies to tne' upC'tions.

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