.~ d I.
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- r mo 4*;
'- '.4;I hN
-tgabaft, April .- oth bosm
s o ote LAslature were rs-
yaterday at Sooa by the-. -
el fctin o th o eers .And
h0ealasted at i the Deroerair:
fel alsht before. ia the
*H Mr. Pettire, Socialist. voted
Ssso Demour* colleasses ta the
dita of Speaker Matthde ; Speak-
gp V tewm Knowles, and the varloup
S. m ies. p of the House.
gta g Senate, retiring President
tratmell turned over the gavel to
.-gani t Harris, both making brief
S.wropriate speeches; Speaker
a ws also making a very short
J,.l% laeere speech of thanks upon
S M "ag coducted to the chair in the
Chief Justeice Shackleford swore
to the members of the House of Re-
pg Mirtlvtes, and Justice Whitfield
i aewly-eleeted senators, the cere-
n ia both houses being very ia-
oe rgaaiting the two houses
pek ted committees to notify each
~li -ml the Governor that they
w3wa -alsed and ready for busi-
ag Ma a short while afterwards,
....-ay Simmop entered
w t-.neal e message of
r o rowart It was orered
CIIM Justhe iarefls o f easo
NOWt- he ersealfty reading
bis gads over. the verglates4
peal message,, The question ofe
taato a eos Y throughly and
I-CUMe taxes aidv~aocted. It so
arged that .the railroad eommisson-
be Ive addtiocal powers, includ-
oSag entrel of the physical proper-
ties ot the roads. The State militia
recevs attention, and a strong plea
18 made for education, especially for
the elementary and rural "schools of
the State. Uniform text books and
--lsory education are both ad-
vaated, also a direct levy for the
llgher institutions, Instead of pay-
Iag their expenses out of the general
revenue fund. The consumption
problem is discussed at length, and
UaMsares urged to prevent infection.
Brief attention is given the pardoning
board, the prison system, the reform
e for children, and child labor,
the latter being denounced as one of
the greatest crimes in the land.
Brief mention is made of the hospital
for the insane and considerable
spaIce is given to good roads, the fish
ad oyster Industries, protection of
game and forests and immigration.
Lobbying is condemned, and deport-
ation is suggested as the rem edy for
the race problem. The question of
good roads is treated at length, and
a number of other matters are touch-
ed ipon. In conclusion, the Gover-
nor makes a attack on papers which
be declares have maligned the ad-
mnisatration now in opce.
'the only action of importance be-
yond the usual formalities yesterday
was the passage of Senate concurrent
resolution No. 1, introduced by
Senator Beard, providing for the ap-
PIlatmlent of a joint committee to in-
vestigate the Internal Improvement
Paud, with sweeping provisions.
While the resolution was under dis-
etslion, a special message was taken
up in the Senate from the Governor,
and was found to contain an urgent
request for a thorough thvestigation
of the actions 6f the trustees of the
lateral Iiprov~dent Fund, of
which Bo e s chairman, and
toe Bear4 reNoilut" was passed un-
Lanmsay, after wlch the Senate
ad until two o'clock this
a1 emesa. Meaawhile the House had
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bee fta.k (ch*144 qiSix Tbmmhd
Treess L& Low-Heavy FWeeue
Roanoke, Va.,. April 2.-Severe
cold wave following a fortnight of
warm weather passed over this see-
tion last night, the thermometer
standing as low as 16 In the valley.
Peaches, cherries and plum trees were
in full bloom and were killed by the
freeze. Apples are, somewhat dam-
aged and vegetables are injured.
The wheat crop has suffered at places.
Near Roanoke the Moomaw orchard
with 6,000 fine peach trees in bloom
was laid low.
Lynchburg, Va., April 2.-The
temperature dropped to 25 last night,
the minimum for April in the past
36 years, and it is believed that the
early fruit crop is practically ruined.
There was no frost but a severe
Middle Georgia IDamage.
Savannah, April 2.-Reports from
middle and south Georgia indicate
that vegetables and farm crops have
been seriously damaged by the cold
of the last two days. They were well
advanced for this time. Growers to-
night say they are unable to tell
whether the peach crop has been
damaged. Fear is felt on account of
tonight's low temperature.
Below Freezeing at Danville.
Danville, Va., April 2.-The tem-
perature dropped from 5 to 10 de-
grees below freezing here last night
and as a result much, damage has
been done to early crops in the sur-
rounding country. Grave fears are
entertained as to the tobacco plants.
Two-Cent Fare in Georgia.
Atlanta, April 2.-The hearing by
the state railroad commission on the
petition of the Farmers' Union for a
two-cent passenger rate in Georgia,
on request of the railroads, was post-
poned until April 23, after a short
completed its work for the first day,
and adjourned. until ten this morn-
-MaybsN.in 0 @abbehlsgem*
THE THAW (X)NMISSION
SOON MAKE ITS FINAL
It Is Prove that i"Pwvison Thaw
Has Been Rational and Acted
As Perfectly Sane
New York. April 2.-It was defi-
nitely stated tonight, after a session
which lasted from 10:30 o'clock this
morning until 6:30 p. m., that the
lunacy commission, which is inquir-
ing into the present mental state of
Hary K. Thaw, will conclude its la-
bors tomorrow, and will have report-
ed its conclusions to .justice Fitzger-
ald before the hour set for the Thaw
Jury to report in court on Thursday
morning. There will be a brief pub-
lic session of the commission tom9r-
row morning to hear a final witness
-an alienist--offered by District At-
torney Jerome, and then will follow
a private mental and physical exam-
ination of the defendant. It was
stated tonight that only the members
of the commission and the official
stenographer would be present at
Thaw's last ordeal, both attorneys
for the defense and the district at-
torney being barred.
Priomn Physician Testifies.
Th Tombs physician, two chap-
lains of the city prison, several
guards and a probation officer, took
the stand and testified that Thaw, in
prison, had acted and spoken like a
The commission decided today to
admit the much discussed testimony
of Dr. Allen McLane Hamilton, who
stated that he made four examina-
tions of Harry Thaw, the last in July,
1906. He came to the conclusion at
the time that Thaw was suffering
from chronic delusional insanity or
para*At, and still held to.that ballet.
BB. for mayr, apd Mowaa Defeats
Ward for .' m .ftp
Pensacola, April 3.-Pensaeola's
city campaign came to a close last
night, and although two precincts
have not yet reported their counts,
indications show the following as the
probable nominees of the party for
various t positions: For mayor,
Charles H. Bliss; for marshal Prank
D. Sanders; comptroller, George T.
Morgan; treasurer, Harry T. How-
land; 'tax collector, J. C. Whiting;
recorder, William M. Johnson; alder-
men, W. L. Moyer, Frank Rellley;
Sol. Cahn, L. S. Brown, B. S. Wil-
liams, J. N. Andrews, B. Roache-
blave and W. A. Dunham. Only two
of the old aldermen were given suf-
ficient votes to allow them to enter
the second primary.
Quarterly C'onferpce Tonight.
Rev. J. A. Hendry, presiding elder,
will hold the second quarterly con-
ference for Live Oak church tonight.
This meeting was postponed on ac-
count of my absence from the city,
and it is important that we have a
full attendance of official members
tonight. Delegates to Annual Con-
ference are to be elected, and reports
received from the different depart-
ments of church work. Tonight, at
7:30. H. DUTILL. P. C.
On cross-examination Dr. Hamilton
admitted that he had not examined
the defendant recently. The defen-
dant's counsel fought against Dr.
Hamilton's testimony to the very
Failing in the plea of professional
privilege as a bar, his examinations
of the defendant were too remote to
be of any value at this time.
The commission decided to allow
Mr. Jerome's experts, one after
another, agreed that Thaw is a para-
noiac, and that such eases are incur-
Dr. Flint gave a new touch to the
form of insanity from which it is al-
leged Thaw is suffering, by declaring
that his former paranoical delusions
of persecutions are rapidly changing
*into "delusions of grandeur."
IL .-r r
The dty pmriWty et. iir Im
athing un-( f fas P. 'P **
two edm- a m Nijktl1e
fther sa" b'It ft h b'N""e
The pr-edlu l thee ju t** s f
eerk, trmesrw i isnt- P,
posiag cand""a9yM. Ma.u hm *
held the o fto for a lmg t it
']e oppemea Sve high e a *l* i a
the vote 'Standing: Mays, 153; Me. i
Inathe race for mayer, CoL. Xa *g
rcelved 121 votes and CoL Jelam
133. For aldeman of Ware 2, .
C. Baldien received 58 votes, san-J.--- .
M. Barclay 174. For aideraan at
Ward 4, D. G. Bardia reeeivet- 18
votes and D. L. Byrd 78. FPoraw ".
man at large, Dr. T. S. AndeiM vs .
ceival 115 votes and F. lea BinutI- "
son 110. These were the amly ea
testing cers. There was so l
plaint as to the eeleamey at ay '
the eodidate. aMA the r 01
"bply peroMal *him.s
Capt. W. H ILyle I~es the IMW r
vote, 230, wh!e J. S. KIet-
second with a vote of 219 r (t
Col. C. A. HatMW, "wh.h -
Vasem, w as i 116",
eiokMs axe, I IC A. Aa
comaw, -uIJE .
J. D. Raeorda were n M ba h
scattering vt mOr Geo. L Porr.
Geo. j Butler, C. I. Bw >& J
F. Sherwood. -
Following are the o"a0 ru
For Mayor, M. E. Broog
J. B. Jolmaon, 1in. .
For Clerk, Treasure aad Tax A
seaor, S. P. Mays, 14i; J. IH.
Cullers, 108. "
For Tax Collector, J. S. K.ha.
For Marshal, W. H. Lyle, 230.
For Alderman, Ward No. 1, 8. J.
For Alderman, Ward No. 2, J. C.
Baisden, 58; J. M. Barclay, 114.
For Alderman, Ward No. 3, J. 3.
For Alderman, Ward NO. 4, D. 0.
Bardin, 143; D. L. Byrd, 78.
For Alderman, Ward No. 5, W. J.
For Alderman at Large, T S. An8. d-
erson, 115; F. Ion Rdbertson, l.11
ELECTION IN PALATKA.
Wibion Elected Mayor.--ot POht
Palatka, April 3.-The city elec-
tion passed off yesterday witbho.
special incident, a fair vote being
cast in all the wards except Third
and Fifth, in which two a heavy
vote was polled, on account of the
contests. In the Third ward W. A,
Merryday, citizen's nominee for al-
derman, defeated E. E. Dodge, the
regular Democratic candidate, by a
vote of 36 to 22, a majority of 14.
In the Fifth ward J. A. Houghtou,
the regular Democratic candidate,
defeated W. W. Taylor, the citisea's
nominee, by a larger majority.
F. Herbert Wilson was elected
mayor without opposition.
Baptist AnAiversry ervitce.
Next Sunday morning will be two
years since the, opening of the new
Baptist church, and the second an-
niversary will be observed by an a-
propriate sermon by the pastor aid
other exercises in keeping wih 'the
sermon. One and all are invited to
be present. At night the ordiaaae
of baptism will be aqhpi*wtered te
those ia waitlig..
I .- 1
TED SUW D=SCAXwEn
tas so seriall a uftA jd pmy. ofrig atiil
iw n ig Mm Fannie Connors,
o Ra GDon't De1ayq Sieeng our
"that I eoaghed cotinuioly night ..... .. -
and day and the neighbors' pre"00- '1*
my-u"a hr. LargeandSuperb Show-
t*oS0, lawU moyu-seeme inrvtt- C; A0
atlm-- of Dr. Kin'os New Di scoveY
ing of Sprng Suits for
:. t"""'" Men and YoungMen.
remdles utterly fall, you may still a Y u
wia in the battle aat lung aad -- .- MnICH
threat troubles with New Discovery, '"' M
the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar-' FINE
clay & Groover, druggists. 50e and a
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the enstom-talors awak
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This paper, at quie an expense and
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In faet, we loes mosey, but by in-
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We are only able to make this offer
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nyone. We take pleasure in giving
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THM PLANTERS JOURNAL, of
Memphis, Tenn., is in its seventeenth
year. It is published monthly, on the
15th of each month. Colonel Hugh
I. Bedford, its editor, is one of the
best-known agricultural writers in the
united States. He lives on his model
farm near Memphis, and also has a
large cotton plantation in Mississippi
and at orange and fruit farm in
Florida. He is ably assisted by a
large number of department editors,
special writers and correspondents.
The Journal makes a specialty of its
Cotton, Manufacturing, Lumber and
Industrial Departments, in addition
to having full and complete depart-
ments of the Home, Garden, Fruit,
Farm, Poultry, Cattle, Live Stock,
etc. It is very readable and full of
bright snappy news and contains 32
THE AMERICAN FARMER, of In-
dianapolis, Ind., has been published
twenty-one years and is ably edited
by Hon. Solon L. Goode. Each issue
contains a full page poem from this
well-known writer. It is published
monthly sad contains 24 pages. There
Is no better paper for the home and
farm than this well-known publica-
SrC81NC EPL PARMER is publish-
ed at Des Moines, la., and has been
long established. Each issue contains
from 50 to 60 pages, and it is one
of the handsomest and most complete
publications of Its kind in the world.
Every department of the farm and
home is fully represented in this pa-
per, and each of these departments
is in charge of an expert. It is a very
handsome publication and is a month-
ly, published on book paper.
GREEN'S FRtIT GROWER, of
Rochester, N. Y., has been published
for twenty-seven years, and is edited
by Col. Chas. A. Green, who is said
to be the best-known writer of this
kind in the world. He is ably assist-
ed by Prof. H. E. Van Deman as as-
sistant editor. These two well-known
gentlemen also have a large number
of department editors and special
writers. This magazine alone is
worth the price that we ask for the
entire Club. In its class, no paper
in this country compares with it.
MODERN STORIES, of New York,
is a handsome and well known pub-
lication which is published monthly
and is equal to any of the well known
monthly magazines. This alone is
worth the entire price of the Club.
Carefully edited and contains matters
that will interest every member of the
SOMitHWIST MAGAZINE is pub-
lihbed at St. Louis, Mo., on the first of
each month, and contains from 60 to
70 pages. It is one of the best-known
magesines published and is in its
fifth year. It is handsomely gotten
up and contains many interestIng
articles full of valuable laformatioa
for every member of the family and
will please all.
BLOOD STOCK MAGAZINE is
em of the handsomest and most read-
Its Ie p1- -- -i
kqep Up to tN latsst 1
u for their clothg,
heae they caa always 8t 4 l9 e
what they w *t A OW h ft rftw*
to DAiy. We o @r u every ta I-
dres. The growing buw am of th
store bet attests the Itrtiei mrit
of the apparel we sell-tho eted
rle and workmanship that it keeps
. tn aight wondering how to hold
6Or Bast owtas o seaaon'- correct paahiou is
ready! Now Is really test time to select your ClotheM
for Elstr while every sgyle' and fabric. is here freh from
the makers' hands. er selection we ofer:
Spring Sack Suits at $10 to $25
Our price of Boys' High Grade
Clothing is the best ever shown in
the city. We have them in all the
latest patterns from
$3 to $7
* How to Avoid AppeMdicitis *
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually constipated.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
chronic constipation by stimulating
the liver and bowels and restores the
natural action of the bowels. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau-
seate or gripe and is mild and pleas-
ant to take. Refuse substitutes.
able publications of its kind publish-
eded in the United States. It is
printed on heavy book paper and con-
tains thirty-four pages, is published
on the 25th of each month. Each and
every department is la charge of an
expert. No one who has a horse, cat-
tle or live stock should be without
MAXWELL'S TALISMAN is a hand-
some 32-page monthly publication,
printed on heavy book paper, and
contains many handsome half-tone il-
lustrations. It is a publication that
is edited by the Hon. A. C. Maxwell.
one of the best-known writers in this
country. No publication in its class
compares with Maxwell's Talisman.
It has been published at Chicago, Ill.,
for seven years.
THE FARM MONEY MAKER is a
large, handsome publication which
has been running a gvoat many years
in Cincinnati, 0., and contains vari-
ous departments in regard to every
part of the farm, and also has many
well-known writers in charge of
special departments devoted to the
home, and also matter that is inter-
esting and of value to every member
of the family.
SOUTHERN POULTRY FANCIER.
This magazine is devoted to poultry
and all of its departments, and is
published at Atlanta, Ga. Each issue
contains from 40 to 50 pages, printed
in magazine form on heavy book pa-
* Good Judgement *
is the essential characteristic of men
and woman. Invaluable to good
business men and necessary to house-
wives. A woman shows good judge-
ment when she buys White's Cream
Vermifuge for her baby. The best
worm medicine ever offered to moth-
ers. Many indeed are the sensible
mothers, who write expressing their
gratitude for the good health of their
children, which they owe to the use
of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold
by Suwannee Drug Co.
Aeseeb SM ueau .sum&a
per. Anyone that has chickens, pig- ment under the head of "Embrold-
eons, pet stock, turkeys, geese, ducks, ery," also a department of "Amusing
etc., will not only save but make the Children," and another one under
money by having this well-known the head of "Home and How to
magazine before them. If anyone Really Make it Home," and another
takes this publication and does not department under the head of "Oar
say that it is one of the best of its Beauty Doctor." There are many
kind, and is as handsome, readable other Interesting articles in this pub-
and valuable a poultry' paper as is location which space alone forbids us
published, we will send same to them to mention. Any subscriber to this
thrpe months aq an absolute present. Clubb wil after reading this paper,
THE WOMAN'S HOME JOURNAL we believe, renew their subscription
is published in Boston, and no matter for same from year to year without
what price is paid for a similar pub- any solicitation upon the part of any-
lim4 nim.m em- _iI.
ncaUon, no one wij e ae to secure
a publication at the same price which
will equal this one. It is published in
the interest of the women and child-
ren and it is worth many times the
price that is asked for the entire
OOLUMBIA MAGAZINE is publish-
ed in New York in magazine form,
and is one of the most readable
magazines of its kind ever produced
by any publisher. It is full of inter-
esting matter and contains articles
which are prepared by some of the
best-known writers In the country.
This magazine will please all, no mat-
ter how critical they are in regard to
what they read.
THH PRACTICAL FARMER. This
well-known magazine, which is pub-
lished in Philadelphia, is not only one
of the most successful of its kind,
but without doubt one of tne most
carefully edited papers in the United
States. Any farmer, planter, or, in
fact, anyone who has fruits, flowers.
vegetables, live stock and poultry.
will find that the Practical Farmer
will save them during the year many
times the price that they pay for the
All of the above Magazines and
Papers contain stories and reading
matter for every and all members of
the family, from the smallest baby
to the oldest member. Every depart-
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are fully covered by the best writers.
You will see thousands of new pic-
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will be unable to find in any other
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be able to offer to its patrons a Club
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we can say to each and every one
that our offer is worth many times
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make a mistake in taking advantage
We call your attention to the ad-
vertisement of the Club elsewhere
in this edition. You will find there
detailed Information in regard to the
This May Interest You
No one is immune from Kidney
trouble, so just remember that
THE HOME QU7EEN MAGAZINE Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir-
is published in New York In maga- regularies and cure any case of kid-
zine form and contains from 30 to 60 ney and bladder trouble that is not
pages each issue. This well-known 'beyond the reach of medicine. City
publication contains many interesting Pharmacy. dw*
stories, and some of the most valu-
able articles, which are prepared by
well-known writers. Every depart- NOTICE.
ment is fully covered by experts in
this publication. One of the most in- There will be a meeting of the
teresting departments is that con- Sea Island Cotton Association of Su-
ducted by a well-known writer under wannee County at court house on Sat-
the head of "For the Little Fellows." urday, April 20. All local clubs are
Another is "Decoration of Your requested to meet at their place of
Home," and another valuable depart- meeting Friday. April 12, at four
o'clock. and requested to get the
TheNewPat. oodan f~g Lwamont f ottn paned ndgradte
*The New Pure Pood and Drug Law. amount of cotton planted and grade
"* -of fertilizer used, and how much, and
We are pleased to announce that s end in a report of same with all
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, dues not yet turned over Yfthe coun
colds and lung troubles is not affect- ty, with names of those paid, as the
ed by the National Pure Food and WCentral Association officers arecrowd-
Drug law as it contains no opiates'or ing us up for all dues for 1907, and
other harmful drugs, and we recom- some of the clubs have not made a
mend it as a ,afe remedy for child- report of any thing yet. If you can't
ren and adults. City Pharmacy. dw* send delegates to the county assoe&-
flst mign of t,*MiM,
Um a"n axr
reseratios, see the
EJse agesip or wrtdW
Atlatic Coast ULi,
-Kennedy's. Laxative Cm
The paleasat cold remedy
the cold through its
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The Great Hcadads W,6
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On the Spot.
k. Opials. Ahselt* Noai
The City Pharma
UVE OAK, FLA.
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For coughs, colds, throat and I
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoQs
Good for everybody. Sold everywH
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR I
Y low package. Refuse substit
pr only by
City Phamanm y.
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b i .e tru le th apad ,sIut e a has; in
Sab t the 5 P often, ve Oak. in e courts is when th e trith uts theaplac.in which heliesas-an .
Thre 1s4"'"0 too Thm .ft eive d.. -A d iiee it RATESe REA NAtF
it .DAILY Dh MOCRhT will be look him in the cee, aud it s'ul "- re5" and h o j that "ifKr 0II. PSM
-- lee to any pcrt of the Umited peistnt and profitable to alwayn
Sog prepare, ,fot Bpaptie pars~ona~g.~ ,hi the eoleim s mc mtecaoorca ishwtnth
1. ol u for tred e i ouarth cor a gat ai c heretofore have nwlys otmerh to w na y all hes e by s uc wehha
Ua. Ave weeks, th adve ed e r -p tm ar e dy i her editfran, am "dfsed, fo it *r. Dr y0
HveOed to anypart ofn'the city, by grief, l any o e a eo e. B-"saanrting ps n oor from oner- t o eg
-rei .r eor rwetho anesap ner a e atif wewiishth to, ,..
r a t hlia He j wn th at he would tell the trath the ahis lcaenh g Ive him, irom sel th-at W IT.-R .ALG
as future, anutod la eert H' -"me O w b, cis bre e. h t a atoh de wnaeg wt C
lnivin oa t e d fa. h tos the pet ie, li s towa c h a hri s .et" t
lorida's olaw makers o are now r hard ial poB ia h lasrt die ,a the por bin ti e ar e t hey, "
w: in town made a trip to rellville y p n who accepts. -ll t hat bledlaer I
T De l yel the hr c.- times oehn Coyle, our groaerdmn is o t e denien wot its b ider akes athem
T a ld m at i fo "Rev. StGx preached last Sdday the, c omm ity. A-ty-nd epot star.
mTaredt aw$red to.0 Chiaawoords a coyl lTao
1349 ee Atee by Canond r eah e revfr rd e owesnaryas tstha t eD A-
aer It attn tlah tesor.se thai nighs t on charityy. The seremon was .,- ithMoRiore. e e t t- o ... .t-. .
ma rcied th r epy "o sek-a. Hfman should repive some of hit energy
written, s ad to say. o o e a Dven onkey died at his home in his time, his thought and hi money .. FLI ANNOU
a bout ,Tl ui, e th0 ofthis plan. Thore "iecor oave it out bto the pce K which Nhew l Pie& s Pi l
iare 14i nvsenidvhases lea dayo himb a t received. And if ho recepEts have a For tapn....o o a kMONTHS
e tire Oena lted sw e. -----ga amens Coalia,- jatIr whenrth y time tireater and he owes just that in' spat nme tr and Mo
e+s The cit primary eleison .a, good ha verY ordinary town eirl who doesn't What n p kitvable r object la the man os B., C,.
iday was bout the quietest h thai know any more aandopna n whontp allwhe can get andA % Ts s o"r
has occurred la our dty for a loag a lacket-rabbit does and never help- known by al ted," nihborskbnyuh.t Do yi yoa2r cedt wish ..+ .r ,
lie frok ed itod to wo Ter n o fed hee ar otun d."ee bysa ma ongerJ'"and what an hon to help you to a good payinglpoitio or bs eetny
er pol He st won't, that and hs a gat ke a dk. The groom himself and ~ l ommunty s that IT FO CATA .
a cvis an up-to-date loarter.g- He' been man whosh ov the ame "good rrel-r
living of t.e old folks all his iTe, low," 'Uba alc,. 'charitable!" ,0"'
A Bkeyan o to srand is not worth shucks. It will be Let |6 havi a lok *t ourselves in |1
Sbr, the e to Chingo for a lopy toThe Governor great State, classing oor.lando r veprter-Satar.
aSeeker aers God," by Canuon a very ordinary man, and who was OA FLORIDA
ago mrnr. j ads to s, wprte and diss elected by accident, was here yester- a* r yb.egoTest e t G u ad Ai
day oeived this reply: "No seek- day. He has very few friends here I"The.pri e tl.LM.H TTON, oheaeat c ckS. STEPiFlNSt evn
i n, a/terest in Chicago or New now. He promised some of the voters district is jusr 25 cents; the cost of >r
U L.: w' iadelphi l.a" "of this precinct a "'piec o the pie"- a s r o. ig s P, algowers. i*neprie* sosenlyThe cooking asdme
S,, h e in event of his election, but had for- writes Ella Slayton, of Noland, Ark. ,
.e nominated ter all about it when athe tUme e toosti me a aenne wa
rhe liadb ts tortay men anod w rth ndy t rure inacour of e jutw cTIhe om-i af 1 Ther wsiin aondemfr smetie M. lt o u cOn t
f to o dhe on identceof the p i neole, Ties sa yaun so ue a e po lit Trii- T y Fl y ,tlsfaeUon guaranteed out el dculart for the cpring t ur-d L atwlere B. no Croo hmlfo
Sare good ld efe-Oak The paet had no sooner reached p t bu ets Grooer' a do te s should call upon or write Geo. But- Harry and Frank Br ak
.I wisv .k for what they believe the public than a commltee was sent et plryla o Boo aruggisler, at the Democrat otles in Live Taylor and Dr. Price, sat
S to be for the best interests of all. to the editor bearing a petition ask- Mr. F. Law, of Brooksville, de- Oak. He has a prited st of 2S- Salle Taylor E
S The a.i ted, candidates were also Ing him to continue in the good old puty sheri of Hernando county, 000 white ctens of Florida, from Robinson, Rosa Belle. P
Good men-just as good as those way and stating that they believed brought a cry negro yester 38 cones and 450 photo es, mot Gtrude and e
S some. to do with the lack of As a matter of fact the newspapers He w ud e g sk goinl out with his able growers. The price is only $3 a sh fry, and they certain y
terest i the primary. Of the often say some very nic and co- charge last night and wted un for the entire list, postpaid. t. The cooking was d
tte to the average cities which and it is not always the truth-that violent A ood sied stork as seen soar- most pleasant outings one
ones were nominated-they were all is It would be hard to prove it to be I t- )ing over Waycross this morning and agine, was experienced.
reliable, trustworthy men and worthy true in a court of justice. They some- for" erl in after sailing around for ometime u lots of fun connected with ll
A of the coaidence of the people, times say something about a politic- business ands o late s been made a dart aforn te Waye rees Tur-n sere was no room fora
tat ntia- that is considered by said politic- o ane r t us lt at ten b Is said that a cartoon off
In his message to the Legislature anrd it in the employ of J. B. Barton, left pound boy at the residence of A. B. BIackbarn trying to icae .of
Jrterday G governor Broward t irecom- foundation. Yet it may be true as thfor Conway, C., yesterday, whe oe Mr. Coe says the frst thing the ounce perch would make a i
m yoded increased pay for members gospel, and at the same time impos- he will remala. Ar. Floyd is an ex- little fellow did, was to wave his hand laugh, and as the fish aUpple
of the Board of County Commission- alble to prove the truth in court. over his head and ery out. "Vve la lake, one of the ladles was
ers. His recommendation is as fol- In the opinion of the Democrat the ive Oak yros then after tiptoeg over to go to H ston and
lows: "No more responsible o e ex- usefulness of the press should not be ari nto the other end of the roof ad ten-pound ham to spply e
ists in the administration of county further crippled awith laws restrain- t -a looking up Jane street said, "Viva the feast. The gallant i
alra than that of County Cmmis-1ing publicity. The criminal and Ward, the negro who killed anoth- la Herald." Hurah? Hi rrah. Then sold the meat asked the a-o
"No more responsible ofelexists civil libel laws of this State are er negro here last Thursday night, Is he cosily snugged htmaelf into bisation, "do you* want a streak
la the administration of econsy af- strict enough, gooness knows, and reported as about to run amuck, and downy little nest and went. to sleep, and a streak of fat?" and, at
a urs than that of County Commia the punishment great enough to pre- wi pbhably be arraigned on a Mr. Coe requests us to say that both s he responded in the alrma
stomer, and the advancement and ernt the newspapers from publishing charge of lunacy, unless he gets bet- mother and father are doing well.-- was handed a big piece of
growth of -the various conties de- untrue and damaging statements if ter soon.d Thia morning he was Waycroes Herald. Now to be honet about thti
pends largely upon the faithful and they so desired, not only against of parading the streets and acting ina a the lady who a
elent administration of the duties ce holders and candidates b manner ht any teo beleve he -Aon te doket tobe e e e. oh i
of this oiee, and the best and most against any and all. cities of the should be sent to Chattahoochee. Syr Leslie
.noo w whaeour- GbCn v...am meat, but she was so Infatuasad o
worthy citilenship should be avail- State. -er e .t.
able for it I woil4. therefore, -.- -Mr. S. L. Bowen, of Wae e; W. be tried for the larceny of a church, the elk, that she would
strongly urge that you consider the HABIT OF FAULTPIINO. ,Ca. writes: -I was a suffer from Six Mle estOa As here. any edibles ae ot
advisability of making the .ofee of Faultfinders are the most Bilser- Kidney disease, so that at. times I tofore stated in these colulsna, they sale.- The baco came la
County Commissioner a salaried and able of all people. As a rule they fail could not get out of bed. and when didmoles not carry away,so theyrlon or hoatweverhile, thJak Taylor
bonded office. graded by the assessed to see the beautiful and good because I did, I could not stand straight. I molest the reached. so they will not CaM whilefthelady was l
valuation of the county, such salary they are not looking for that. They took Foley's Kidney Care. One dol- have to answersuceh a charge. Be. a Inagnlfnt chowder was _
to be suflicient to secure men of the'look only to find fault and criticize, lar. bottle and part of the second fore the case Is ended. It is highly sult.
-bighest integrity and ability of your and find only what they look for. cured me entirely'." Foley's Kidney probable that the costs will be much Tonight will be the last a
counties in this position." This mat- The following article from Success Cure works wonders where others gSater than the church was ever the Wills Comedy Company it
ter has been discussed pretty thor- covers this matter beautifully: are total failures. City Phar- valued at. However, our colored Oak. This Is a splendid e M
oughly by the press of the State, and "Some one has said we pre saved macy. dw* brethren seem to think they must get and the local hits are especill
a law covering the points advised by by our admirations. Our characters into 6urt on one charge or another. Last night they attemp4l
Governor Broward .would nleet with are entirely molded by our ideals. A negro woman named Lula Wil- Wheicag 1o o .P .eo i'a. ,show a scene of a young lady
the hearty appro# of the m'eople. The man who holds an admiration liams, from Madison county, came in bhe. cranly o the dlady. he" lrrit: tied to the Seaboard track w
The Democrat is sorry the Governor ideal, so to speak, who finds some- from the South on the Coast Line "M ali'. the Indbady. Ih itt l: Intention of killing her wh
did not include In the above recom- thing good. something to admire, in local this morning, and Jumped from inrs.I Wsold Not WhAise Alwuyt kpe** tra th arrived, but. like that
mendatlon an increase in the salary everybody, i. infinitely superior to the train while it was in motion. She *That is the lady iu the ri| about, and the ladyetter, the ir
of members of the Board of Public the one who holds a critical ideal, was thrown violently to the platform, the hall. sir." auswermi the lnlady came and the lady Is quite
Instruction. While the responsfbill- who is always looking for ugliness, and sustained painful Injuries, but "Well," continued the C. O. I. "kld. day. thank you.
ties are not so great as are those of deformity, and inharmony. was not seriously hurt. Her left leg Iy give her my compllmeoft and tell .
County Commissioner, the duties and "Nothing else so hardens charac- was bruised considerably, but the her If she keeps that u mu h longer St Louis, April ei As
responsibilities are great enough, ter, so demoralizes manhood and wo- accident was wholly on account of abe enn rest assured she won't."-c'l.- St. Loui April t. a r
however, to require the services of manhood, and so utterly precludes her own carelessness. She evidently ca New athe city election today the
Sar bot men, while the pay is not the possibility of upward growth, as thought she would recover big llcans concede to the I*-moc.l
. ea keeptang with the time. attention the deadening habit of faultfinding, damages from the railroad company, Thre s tr -rrw. city council ticket entirda all ae
a "d ability demnaded, of criticizing. As a rul4 we find and was extremely Impudent when. .fter w'- :sf It h 'bil'-. me o te o board and ftee
." what we seek. It we loo r light questioned by the reporter, and be- .a..y y./!n.r thin tt i t rili imr twenty-eight members of rhe a I
XEW SP'AP LW ATIOX 4 and beauty f we try to-, some- Ated the ratitload company the worst etytbiu: t -t If a ania.s nbr i i dSlegat T oadi in
|A Peasyfvatta slater has in- thtngto admire an&spraise ti others ihe could. tjr manner chause 'Wv- .fn lr:'-'.ish ot anthtn additional.
Sa 1e!a bllgvig an -ofd ---we shall ft, ..ither -eral bystanders to remark that she e .'i*l: I, ,. a, e, -h. -- j
dt i it.bath'h ti Mpk the editor, hand, if, like th ho we ~eot li the should have suffered more thain e .,,. ,-.l'I vs .. Why b (as-fed t
W ----da we-l mirek.tk .e om--- ... ...hkeep : to .. .; :~., ~..~*~3- can get the bes t
"- .... r.. -. -.I- : e i ,- y. e l Bird's .arket.
.4. ~ $7C -~ x -~q'- *'- *y-*- ff%- 1.~-~ '~5~~~ TO~
S -. -.* '-- ~ ., -~** -.5 ,.- .4 ~ 5t-4 .~5 -4 5 4-R-V A4~
of Uw Oak id waauaet
40 ty Gelber" y the Doe-
in dwh(te Mmvy '. Aunts, jAst
WVedv at the Boa Ton.
"Two 014 Cronies" night at the
i 4Audtoium by the Will Comedi Go.
Skating at the Auditorium Friday
, i *ht. Ooa*t out and enjoy yourself.
c. Ira, of Carter, is attending
, jeurt at Perry.
i fJO wint to sell ee J. y.
ho Insed auctioneer. -a.
I1 G. 0. Jackson and wife, of the
park, are here shopping-today.
Mrs. J. R. Stanford retired to her
b mo-IJn Quitman today.
S. E. Sutton, of Mayo, was here to-
G. E. O'Hara, of Peacock, is here
"Two Old Cronies" tonight at the
Auditorium by the Wills Comedy Co.
Miss Josaie Parrish, of Jasper, is
bher visiting Mrs. R. E. McNeil.
Dr. Will White went to Perry this
moraing on business.
J. A. Williams, a prominent at-
torar from Cedar Key, is in the city.
"Two Old Cronies" tonight at the
SAUditorinm by the Wills Comedy Co.
B,. i._.po_ went to Jackson-
i1M4* "iihs s morning.
S. P. Vickery, of Lake City, was
: *toda. .
Thos. Dowling went to Jacksonville
this m ning, o business.
A. C. Edwards, of Lake City, was
W. G. Hair left for West Florida
yesterday on business.
"Two Old Cronies" tonight at the
Auditorium by the Wills Comedy Co.
Senator Newlan was reported not
quite so well this morning.
CoL Frank Drew made a business
trip to Jackseonville this morning.
TO RENT-Furnished and unfur-
alshd rooms, address "R" in care
of Democrat. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, of the Wills
Comedy Co., Ware pleasant callers at
the Democrat offee last evening.
Hon. Horatio Davis, of Gainesville,
was in the city this morning, regis-
tering at the Ethel.
John K. Williams,' cashier of the
Citizens Bank of Mayo,'.was here on
A. C. Mills, of Valdosta, was here
* this morning en route to Dowling
If you want draying done or a
trunk carried to the depot, ri ht
quick, phone 129. W. N B6atright.
Mrs. Judge Rice, Akf Luiraville,
who'has been visiting here. returned
h home this morning.
Constable Morgan. of Wellborn.
was here on official business tlis
E. S. Hugger, of the firm of Hug-
ger Bros., arrived In the city from
Montgomery, Ala., yesterday.
Come out to the Auditorium Fri-
Say night. See advertisement it /to-
day's Democrat for particulars.
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J. W. Hampton, of Hampton
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Bird, the butcher, has just receiv-
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cattle from Quincy.
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Mrs. 0. F. Johnson, of Jacksonville,
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Mrs. C. A. Howard and two child-
ren of Falmouth, were here today
visiting her brother, Dr. Brown, and
doing some shopping.
Mrs. Strang returned to Tampa to-
day after bringing her mother's
corpse here for burial. Mrs. Strang
was a former resident of Live Oak.
Mrs. Goodbread, of Mayo, who has
been visiting her son. Dr. Goodbread,
"at Chattahoochee, is here on a visit
to W. H. Goodbread's family.
Miss Fay Stuart, a very fascinat-
ing young lady from Jasper, who has
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Miss Bertha Smith, one of the most
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Bailey's, the Auction Houe for
*I PA fALa. ALtm_ i_ no"4 ti .
fl.bu. otner tnlUIU5 LUinLIpr ionYJ.
Be quick. r a~
R L E The pastor desires to call the at-
F A Ltention of the church to the fact that T
this is prayer meeting night at the W hen you think
Baptist church. For two weeks, we
I D AND UIVIII } have had no service on account of about that fine
rI P MD UnL meeting at the Methodist church. W atch you
I Watch you
W. O. Jones, recently from Terrell,
R was here last night an left this nid think
morning for Lake City. He is suf- f
fearing from the loss of his left of
C, iZhumb at the mill in Terrell, and is
now incapaciated for work. RADFORD'S
General Manager Whittelsey and -
Train Dispatcher Peck, of the Sea- Where you aU n da
LIST board, were here this morning on ... 1-
Y OUR business connected with the road. choice assortment of
YOUR.. From what we could glean, we be-
PROPERTY lieve that the new depot site was be- th& very best
"j;. WtTH uing viewed by them. f lAAITEED
US. Miss Sadie Green, who has been 20 YEARS
visiting in South Florida for some WAT --S D-PA- f"
time, and who returned last week WA ..
WS R[A[IY Cl|O went to Jasper last evening on a visit
to relaUtes and friends there. Miss
Green s very popular here, and allOAK,
Lewi Bn i .dig, Room 3. her friends wish her a pleasant visit.
- Why buy gras-fed bef when you
Mrs. John O. Ross, of Rossburg, can get the best s ll-fed beef at THE BEAR IVEA
was here this morning en route to Bird's market t/ f
Quitman, Ga., summoned there on -
account of the death of her brother, -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Joseph Mabbitt. Syrup. Children like its pleasant
taste. Contains no opiates, but drives
H. J. Charles, who represents the the cold out through the bowels.
Gulf Refining Co.. is in the city to- Made in conformity to Pure Food and
day from Tampa, interviewing our Drugs Law. Recommended and sold
merchants. He is one of the most by City Pharmacy. dw*
popular drummers on the road. J. A. Leslie, a prominent contrac-
tor from Lake City, passed through -
Mrs. Barton, a trained nurse from -ere this morning on the Seaboard,
Chicago, who has been at St. en route west. Mr. Leslie has his
Augustine, arrived here today on a eyes on Live Oak, and proposes to be
visit to her mother, Mrs. McCaslin. located here from where contracts
She will probably remain here a week are let in the future for the erec- of feeding Teddy with our good Iee
or ten days. tion of buildings. Cream seems an enormity. It would
Five dollars and seventy-five cents -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the be really letting it go to waste, but
spent means thirteen dollars to you stomach and makes the breath as then our Ice Cream very often does
-read our greatest magazine and sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by "go to waist," and the ladies waists
newspaper clubbing advs' elsewhere druggists on a guarantee relief plan. are the o*s that get the most of it
in this issue. It conforms strictly to the National No party or'reception cold be com-
Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by plete without each guest having a
J. W. Clark, who has been very ill City Pharmacy. dw* dish of our pure, delicious, and com-
for some time with pneumonia, was sorting Cream, which we make in a
reported some better this morning, wa Misses Gertrude and Alice Guer- variety of flavors to suit all prefer-
and the chances are good for his re- ard, of Atlanta, who have been here ences. Every ingredient warranted.
cover. for some time, guests of Mrs. Nellie N Cream 75c a quart; otert
Airth, are contemplating returning to avo% W qart; dellverd any-
\old is plentiful, but you can not their home next week. These young!, wre ,a city
afford to miss our greatest magazine ladies have made hosts of friends in I.
and newspaper clubbing ever offered Live Oak since they have been here, LI AJ PM O
in Live Oak by this paper. Read and their sojourn in our midst has
particulars elsewhere. resulted in continual entertainments
Porch Lanier and Jonn it. Grant., in their honor. Miss Gertrude said
of the river country, who have been Why buy gras-fed kee- when you to the reporter this morning that At-
here since Monday. left for their can get the best -fed beef at lanta, her home city, was first in her
respective homes this morning. Bird's market. tf thoughts, but Live Oak was a close
second. It may be that the cities
-Especially recommended for Piles- A negro boy in the employ of Mr. could be transposed.
that is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Buckanan, manager of the Singer
Hazel Salve. Sold by City Phar- Sewing Machine C.o. stole a dollar THI IPON & WtDFN
macy. dw* from his employer this morning, and i A
was %arrested by Deputy Sheriff )rays and Delivery Wagons.
-KODOL is a thorough stomach re- Hemming., As the lad was too young Furniture moving a speialt.
11t. It digests what you: eat and to prosecute, his father was .called
gives the stomach rest and assists in in and with a good. switch he flayed. 'STOVE W OOD
restoring it tb 1Rs !normal Ativity hbm to a frazzle. Then the youth A.-y egth delivered toany part
and useftalnes.'- KODOL is sold on a was discharged from custody. This
guarant6ed rertf plan by City Phar- is the proper method to pursue when of city, promptly. Give'us your
masy. dw*. deal with youthful criminals. b jsnes Phone 55.
H. J. MORRIS.
Contractor an dBuilder
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Sragtes, Pullman reservations, and all other detailed information
R write or call on
MANX C. BOYSTON, Diat Pma. Agent. A. C L. Jacksoaville F.
Manatee, March 28.-ULve Oakk
Dally Democrat:-A few days ago
the Democrat said that Mr. E. J.
Lawson bad arrived from Manatee
sad stated that I was very low with
rbeumatism, and Mrs. Robertmao had
ben in bed for five weeks. This Is
a mistake. J have rheumatism and
bad It before I left Uve Oak. I
can't walk, but I weigh 140-poundl.
This is more than I ever weighed. I
am perfectly well except this rheum-
atism, and I can eat and sleep. That
is what this part of Florida Is noted
for. (Bat and sleep.)
Mrs. Robertson was In bed nine
weeks with Ia grippe, and It ran In-
to typhoid fever, and I thought, for
three weeks, she would die In spite of
all the doctors and I could do, but
thank God, at last I could see a
change and she began to get better.
Dr. Gates, of this place, is the doctor
who saved her life.
Well, I am well pleased with the
country If I could get about. I was
unable to get to and from my boat.
so I traded it for an automobile. A
good machine, and I will eme up to
Live Oak some day, and I will give
Capt. Hillman and R. L. Dowling
the best race they have had in a long
time. My boy, John, can run the
auto to perfection. 0
. Orange trees are in full blossom,
and the whole air smells sweet.
I did very well with my orange
crop the past season, but I think the
crop will be short next season. Every-
thing Is suffering for rain here, as
it wasn't rained to do any good in
over six months.'
We had some fresh cucumbers yes-
terday for dinner. Green beans have
been on the market for some time,
and we will soon have fresh tomatoes.
Well, I will let you hear from me
again some day if I live long enough.
* ACard *
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to
cure your cough or cold. It stops
the cough, heals the lungs and pre-
vents serious results from a cold.
Cures la grippe coughs, and presents
pneumonia and consumption. Con-
tains no opiates. The genuine is in
a yellow package. Refuse substitu-
tes. City Pharmacy. dwe
Elrr J. T. Butler.
"Pilate saith unto them, what shall
I do there with Jesus which is called
Christ? Why all say unto him, let
him be crucified."-Matt. 27:22.
There are three facts pressed home
to our hearts as we read the above
text. First, Pilate had Christ on his
hands and must dispose of him in
some way. Second, the people were
instant in their, advice to dispose of
him by crucifixion. Third, the as-
sembly might advice Pilate as to the
disposal of Jesus, but the act still
remained a personal one. The ques-
tion was. "what shall I do then with
Jesus which is called Christ?" Dear
reader, if you are unsaved, these
truths are just as applicable to your
ease at the present time, as they were
to Pilate, In his day. Just as cer-
tain it is that you have' this same
Christ to deal with, to accept or re-
ject. Just as true it is that-the world
advises you to crucify him by reject.
Ing his offer for mercy. Also rememb-
er you alone are responsible for the
manner in which you deal with him.
Pause amid the press and hurry of
this life, to consider this question,
for it is paramount to all others.
"What then shall I do with Jesus
which is called Christ?" Before you
decide to reject him, please weigh
carefully the following reasons why
you should accept him. You ought to
Bitten by a Spider. *
Through blood poisoning caused
by a spider bite. John Washington,
of Bosqueville, Tex., would have lost
his leg, which became a mass of
running sores, had he not been per-
suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. He writes: "The first ap-
plication relieved, and four boxes
healed all the sores." Heals every
sore. 25c at Barclay & Groover,
' :FLORIDA RAILWAY-o owy
S- t thinkat it nds at W
s'O 02 a A ?.SAMON A. L --Y. A D A. Q. L. AT LUvT OA. It has not had nch of a start os tie
,.. BNo&M at d eCo, mLmL A bot*
gt- ar tie of Bailard's Horehoun Syrpwm
See der Dr-b. cure that cougb. The price puts It
within reach of all. Sold by Suwan-
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Electrk ic Lftsin MY V~t c heof yftf~
&yan nuightess ienzut a WYr USSrt =i &io,:;
Wbolmk anemd reail lee-out 41 City ord.ham bm'a
we "i-give .7m Ngoo--primcan wiwg
ffioringo Come and pt o~w irccs
accept Christ: (1.)' Because you
need him. Bishop Jeremy Taylor has
said: "'Be covered by your need,
not by yotr fancy." Perhaps you say
you do not need him. But even whle
the words linger on your lps, there
comes a voice from the very depths
of your being, which says you do.
In the rush of life; above the
noise and 'di of the world; In spite
of your efforts to stop your ears to
its sound, there comes a cry which
)ou cannot stifle, telling your need
of Christ. You need him because of
the vanity and uncertainty of life.
After we have received all this world
can offer, an aching void still re-
mains. How quickly the world for-
gets and turns its back upon us. How
ruthlessly our fondest hopes are
rushed and laid bleeding at out feet,
by the hand of some cruel enemy.
We looked and those thriving buds
gave fair promise of a wealth of roses
with which we planned to wreathe
such charming crowns for those we
loved. Our hopes ran high. We look-
ed again, but, alas! the buds were
blighted, the roses never bloomed,
the crowns were not made, our hopes
were crushed. The oft-repeated
story of disappointment, sad and bit-
ter, was again written down. Wealth
does not satisfy. Worldly honor does
not satiate our ambitions longing.
Personal aggrandizement does not
give Christ. The whirl of pleasure
leaves its sting, which is keenly felt,
when the music has ceased and the
lights are- extinguished. "Jesus alone
can bless." "He satisfleth the long-
ing soul and filleth the hungry soul
with goodness." You need him.
Again, the soon coming judgment
speaks in ringing tones your need of
Christ. Sad state indeed will be
yours If you are obliged to face the
stern realities of that day alone. You
need Christ in the trying scenes of
this life, but in the judgment, how
much more your eternal destiny in
the balance without Christ, weigh-
ed and found wanting. Can you af-
ford to reject him? In the second
place, you ought to accept Christ be-
cause he suffered and died for you.
"God commendeth his love toward us
in that while we were yet sinners.
Christ died for us." You may say
that is nothing to you. But is it not?
Are you not morally obliged to one
who has saved your life? A fright-
ened horse, with carriage attached,
rushes madly down the street. In
that carriage sits a man In imminent
peril. The carriage sways to and fro,
threatening at every bound of the
maddened steed .to hurl its unfort-
unate occupant to certain death. A
fellow man sees the danger, rushes
to the rescue, grasps the bridle of the
swiftly flying horse, a struggle!
The animal is checked in his wild
career, but beneath his feet lies a
man crushed and bleeding. Kind
hands quickly raise and bear the
mangled form away, while the oc-
cupant of the carriage drives indif-
ferently on saying. "It Is nothing to
me." But is It not? Is he not mor-
ally Indebted to the man who saved
his life? He most certainly is. Man
was being hurried to perdition, pow-
erless to extricate himself from his
Sin was the maddened steed over
which man had no control, Christ
Doing B sine Aga *
"When my friends thought I was
about to take leave of this world, on
account of indigestion, nervousness
and general debility," writes A. A.
Chisholm, Treadwell, N. Y., "and
when it looked as if there was no
hope left, I was persuaded to try
Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say
that they are curing me. I am now
doing business again as of old.
and am still gaining daily." Best
tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed
by Barclay & Groover, druggista.
Price, 60. dwe
came to the reseae, in a.,
come And "Coadesiod
but on Calvary's Cres
savior, whose lfe was-
be might free man ftre
of sa and death. Cano
the uplifted face, pale
death, and say, "It is
Behold him as he is m
weigh the pain of thae -
to them attentively,
ember It Is written es
his stripes we are hse
him on the way to C
Ins and fainting under th;
the rugged cross upon
back. Then remember It
"All we like sheep have
we have turned ever yoae
way and the Lord hath
the Iniquity of us alL"
they stretch him upon the
ten to the dull thud of thbi
as its blows send the
piercing through his hands
Then remember it Is
was wounded for our
he was bruised for our
Take the last look at
expires in awful agony, yet
the Father to forgive his
Then remember It is writt
we were without strength,
time Christ died for the
Surely you ought to accept
Finally, you ought
Christ because yor only
him. He said plainly, i I-
the truth, and the life."
le Peter positively states,
there salvation In any other,
*s none other name uadei
given among men whereby
be saved." A drowning ma|
afford to refuse the life-U.l4
within his reach. Neither
afford to reject Christ and the
offers to you. What then
do with Jesus which is called
Reason, conscience and the
Spirit, all join in saying, m
him." Will you do it?
But some one says, "I have
felt like being a Christian, I
felt that way too." Ano
"I am a drunkard, I have
drunkard too. You may say
too vile and wretched. I
the same way. O! my dear
sinner friend, for if not decl
my own heart, I think I aB
friend. Come out and let me I
with you out of the Scriptuar
cerning the great sacrifice Got
made for sin, whereby the
sinners may be saved. Res
some of you haven't long to
this needed preparation and ded
Prepare to meet thy God In
Come, let me help you if I c
Dom't Put off
for tomorrow what you can
day. If you put off buying a,
of Ballard's Snow liniment,
that pain comes you won't hal
buy a bottle today. A posithe
for Rheumatism, Burns,
Sprains, Contracted Muscles,
S. Graham, Prairie Grove,
writes: "I wish to thank V
the good results I received
Snow Liniment. It positively
me of Rheumatism after othei
failed. Sold by Suwannee \
Missrs. Mattie and Carrie
Hams. of Mayo. are here on A
visit to their sister, Mrs. Dr. E
For those who want to inv(
for themselves, call on Elder ]
Butler, or ring him up pho a
This is a good way to find out
er the Second Adventeists are tel
truth (Bible) e^ error. ",
&*fd'In- dt,. sure. N* 1
New York and Florida Special
12:50 M., for all
Chicago and Florida Limited
Daily Sofid Vestibule leaving Jackson-
vlle 9:30 A. M, for all points West.
Coach on this train, also.
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No Job too Large and None too Small For Us to Handle
Everything in the Printing Line Comes Within Our Limit
Our stock of Bond, Linen and Rag papers is one of the largest carried in Florida,
and with a well equipped modern Printing Plant, new type, and artistic printers,
we can furnish you with Stationary as cheap and prompt as any establishment in
the South. A trial will convince.
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iveOakBokerage & Commissi Co.
bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIAL
ake, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this
brand. If you don't, you ought to feel like a new
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CANS WIN LX CHICAGO.
Reversal of Pablic Opiniao
*4 MMicp l Ownership as ConM-
..aed With Two Years Ago.
bCaO. April 2.-The most in-
SCaMpaign in municipal politics
iAefa Isan experleaced In
YMM, eland today with the
1 a t Prederick A. Buas. the
party, headed by Mayor Dunne, stood
for immediate municipal. ownership
through condemnation of the street
car properties, if the result could not
be obtained in any other wiay. 'The
Republican party favored ordinances
which were recently ,. passed by a
Democratic city counAii over the veto
of Mayor Dunne.
* Why *
have a tortid liver when Herbine, the
only liver reguator will help you?
There is no reason why you should
suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Chills and Fever or any liver com-
plaints, when Herbine will cure you.
F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes:
"I was sick for a month with chills
and fever, and after taking two bot-
tles of Herbine, am well and heal-
thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Com-
Erzenum. Turkish Armenia, April
2.-Information has reached the
British consul here to the effect that
while the earthquake which occurred
at Bitlis. March 29, was violent, the
loss of life was small, only four
casualties having been reported.
Many houses were damaged and the
shocks continue. Almost all the
inhabitants are camped in the snow.
n Your Laundry Work
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To Contractors and Prospective Builders:
TiN D OAK RKU & SUPPLY CO.
will furnish you your Lime, Cenent, Rildns
Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.
OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick
Ask Me rpices.
The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co.
'D A fTrD A m mnm m nu
I 'zkrL.O I%lk AL~A jj PUJLLoIJrom
Florida Novelty Works
See me before
your house. Everybody
Residence and office, Phone 188.
J. F. WEBB
PAPER HANGER and DECORATOR
Will be glad to furnish estimate*
on work, and will guarantee satisfac-
tion, at best prices. Reference: S.
A. Hinely, Live Oak. Call at Demo-
C. W. WILSON,
r ii O I
we feel sure we can give you the
greatest satisfaction. There is an
added stiffness and a glorious gloss
put upon our work that enhances the
appearance and lengthens the life of
Republican candidate for mayor, ov- your linen. Bring your Shirts, Col-
er Edward F. Dunne, his Democrat- lars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, White and
ic opponent, and a candidate for re-. Fancy Vests. Wash Ties, etc., to our
election. Busse's plurality was 12,-' Laundry, and you will have them
121 wotes. The issue in the cam-
caign has been largely based upon
the Improvement of local traction
system. Both parties agreed that'
present conditions are intolerable,
but dialered as to the best method of
quickly and careful done in a satis-
factory manner at a satisfactory
live Oak Steam Laundry.
City of Live Oak, Suwannee Coenty.
Florida, to be held on the first Tues-
day in May, A. D. 1907, at the
Council Chamber, and in manner and
form as prescribed '>y law, the fol-
lowing municipal officers of said
City are to be voted for and elect,
to-wit: A Mayor, a Clerk, Treasurer
and Assessor, filled by same person;
a Tax Collector; a Marshal and
Sanitary Inspector, filled by same per-
son; and an Alderman from Ward
A i.mA %0 No. 1; an Alderman from Ward No.
2; an Alderman from Ward No. 3;
Tailoring done at Rubenstein's Guar-an Alderman from Ward No. 4
antee store. Prompt service-satisfac- a Alderman from Ward No. 5; an
an Alderman from Ward No. 5; an
tlon guaranteed. Alderman from the City at Large;
S ITY BARBER SHO-P. also one Bond Trustee, to fill ex-
pired term of C. A. Hardee, Alder-
We have opened up a barber shop man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to
on Ohio avenue, in the White build- fill unexpired term, caused by re-
ing, and solicit the patronage of the, moval from Wards and resignation
white people. Shop is newly fitted of incumbents.
up. and everything kept neat and Given under my band and seal
clean. the 21st. day of March. A. D. 1907.
(Seal) M. E. BROOME,
"ottua eein & G rifl ., Mayor City of Ive Oak,
SSuwannee County, Florida.
MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. Attest:
Notice is hereby given that at the S. P. MAYS, Clerk,
next General City Election of the Iive Oak. Florida.
-syou east, Oblis
(Vben you eat good
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When Mrs. Bellamy was acting Al-
ca lIn Jane Shore" the king was press.
eat among the audience. *Apparently
the play was not so potent as the wine
his majesty had taken at dinner, for
he fell asleep, greatly to Mrs. Bel-
lamy's annoyance, for she drew near
to his box and with a most violent ex-
ertien of voice which the part admit-
ted of cried out. "Oh. thou false lord!'
and woke the king, and thus, like Mac-
beth, she murdered sleep and revenged
herself on bit majesty.-From "An-
nals of Covent Gardea Theater."
"Don't you throw off anything be-
camse of the big holes In these dough-
nuts?" asked the new wife of the
"irU teo you." he replied, scratching
hi chin. -"Eat the doughnuts, and
we' make a liberal allowance wihe
ya w t-B the holes."
SA. Sleep ImlWe.
Hicks-Bid you bear about Mackin?
They calteda4e Rev. Mr. DMally to his
bOdlde t IMeveng Wiceka-Do you
man to samy be:Is n a dying conl-
lt ieksn-O;. m;: ealy a bad aso
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B" ByJev.Caleb A.
e -a is* bda.u -
W -"It is aftor i. -d Diek hau
..inotmbme yets-Daz-ft is the OW
s4. i.. s week be has stayed out
.e f ratrm- H* was OBkmw at hber
Wih a 4alPP. axed..exprelemL. "I
Isrta. Leave him to e. I adall
wait up ,tihe comes pI."
"Donm't be harsh with him," he said
piii "Oh, I am so lorry I told
y- Remeh=etw has ahrays beow
uch a good bo"*-
-My dear. yo have othmta further
S do with this. I mast deal with my
t:i lm7y own way. I- repeat yoa
ot to Interfere. o had Iber go
qeudy to rohh ts. I ask you to d4
-o. I want him to ld me here w am
a eea fit to return to his home."
be retired, with her mother heart
aelously beatlra and halted until the
eiek of a latchkey sounded In the
et dloor. Shy listened. trembling.
Mady to ruh out. a pemitent pece-
maber. She heard:
Amiek. s that your
Is the dog In the ballr
"Well. turn out the gas. Good night"
-Madeline Bridges In Woman's Hone
o &eo .'- '..h
"It may or may not be the case ttpat
ai. race's temperament can be judged
from Its folk songs." said a traveler on
a transatlantic liner the other day
"het It Is Interesting to note the dif-
ference of subject matter In the songs
of variow peoples.
T"e Irishman, for instance, seem
to sing for the Pimt part about his
ladylove. Hardly any of his songs are
not addressed to his 'Somebody Mfa-
"The Scot, on the other hand, sings
about his country and its history, as a
ro 'Scots Wha Rae.' 'Ye Banks ant
BaeW o' Bonnie Doon,' 'Loch Lomood,'
ad so on. might be taken as examples.
"The ugliishman, it Is interesting tv
ote,, sings about himself all the time.
wis soans are about his own glory, his
his men, his power. He refers
oe---Vaily to old England, but only
a6 a place be made famous by his own
poweMs. like the Irish and. the
8e0eb, hte sing. little of his womqn
and i country's beanutles.-New York
i& t .. Wr b the I oed..
ST M aId the apprentice
"r' tm fast. l'll regulate it.s
"Do- ntibg of the kind," said th
"Why not" the pprentlce asked I.
"Because," the other xplteVIIn the
owes teaches msicle."
"Bat hanged It I s e"- beman the
ston,"'the jeweler fto tsrptoh
"Wheo wiathl es left herem never
regulate thed mflae mere I a special
order to do so. Some people-music
teacher, for Intance-want their
watches to run a little fast. So do
cabbies. o do fencing master. Other
peope want their watches to run slow.
BldelI like slow running watches.
and so do ministers, and so do ma
who play billiards by the hor."--Ex-
A receding brow. like a receding
chin, shows a lack of will power and
of a firm and quick Intelligence. The
forehead that has projecti:tg "bumps"
over the eyes indicates observation. A
high, prominent, bulging brow does
not contrite to the beauty of the
face, but it shows both the absent-
mindedness and the keen Intellect of
the scholar. It is the forehead that
looks straight, but which in reality
slopes back a very little, with the eye-
brows projecting and firmly marked,
that Is one of the most desirable. Its
possessor will be tolerant, but firm,
steady, Intelllgsnt and decisive.
A Stag, imnteie.
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An Audarloes Feool
The function of the king's fool in
u ediaeval times was in a meaSure an
Ulapoirtant one. and he who filled the
post had ofteu very great influence
with his sovereign. Perhaps the bright-
est and most astute of fools was Tri-
boulet. the favorite jester of Francis L
it was reported that his majesty, who
was. of a very generous nature, had
acceded to a request of (Iharlh V.,
emperor of Germany. thA bhe hilghti
pass through France on IS way from
Spain to the Netherlauns. Putting
aside all recjllection of what he had
suffered at the emperor's hands while
a captive in Spain. Francis was pre-
paring to wcelve Charles with much
ceremony and splendor. Observing one
morning that Triboulet was scribbling
Industriously upon a bit of paper,
Francis Inquired what be was doing.
*I have Just added the name of Em-
peror Charles of Germany to my lst of
fools." answered the jestr. "a sover-
eign who is committing ti' Incredible
folly of Intrusting himself to yo.i by
passing through your kingdom."
"Polly? How If I should let him pass
"Then I shall substitute your name
for his." was the audacious retort of
Weo by H s Viettm.
Baron de Mohrenheim. a Russlan dip.
lomat. was one of the strongest fig-
ures In the political life of his country.
He did not belleve In conceding a point
If hard fighting seemed likely to bring
victory. While holding a high position
In St. Petersburg his life was threat-
ened by a conspiracy. A workman had
been detailed to kill him. and after the
plot was discovered he had the man
brought before him. The accused was
a youth who had been driven by star-
vation to join the revolutionists. "You
do not agree with what I am doing?"
said the baron in a friendly tone. The
man answered defiantly In the nega-
tive. "Very well." said the intended
victim. "every man is entitled to his
opinion, and I think that what you
want is work." lie ordered the man to
be freed and found him employment in
his own service. where the workman
remained till the day of his death a
few years afterward.
Broke the s9ell.
rp to the time of Grover Cleveland's
election it was a popular superstition
with politicians that no candidate
whose name began with, the letter C:
could be elected to the presidency. The
Idea arose from the fact that no man
whose surname presented this peculiar-
ity. no matter how strong he was with
the. people. had ever been successful
at the p,)L<. There wer:. two Cllntmna.
George and DeWitt; Williaim 11.4'raw
ford. llHery lay. Lewis ('ars and a
number of others, who. thou;bh their
with defeat when it came to the test.
Several of the C'a. George Clinton and
Henry Clay. for instance, were strong
candidates several time, but never
could -make the riffle."
A seek ofa imdems.
One of the most valuable books for
the profeuslonal copectorW st
solely on account of tts e dahe
so many blunders came to e made.
The book is entitled "The Anatomy of
the Masa." It consists of 172 pages and
is accompanied by: list of errata of
fifteen closely printed pages. The .*-
thor in hs explanation attributes the
mistakes to thp. deril, who, be says.
first paused hbig to-drop the mamn
script ir a 4itdwaa& hs.-made It al-
most illegibr and -isecndly, by befud-
dItg the prianutorwnade im commit
a number of bluders never equaled i
a wor0lof that -se.
The Idiest "mak.
The Bank o Naples Is the oldest
bank In existenee.i for the Monte Vec-
chlo of Velnce' and the Banco San
Glorgio at Genoa: both founded in the
twelfth century, have ceased to exist.
as has also the Bank of Barcelona,
founded in the fourteenth century. The
Bank of Naples was founded In 1539
and is a state bank with a cosildera-
ble capital to which no one lays any
clam. In othbw-words. It Is a joint
stock bank. wit no sharebelders.
Car ,qm .ttemag aieee t.
An Incdent oata very curious charac-
ter happened at the meet of !. A.
Hardwick'a Weston-super-Mare har-
riers at North Pftherton. The hounds
were In full cry In a field of roots
after a hare when a second hare was
disturbed. with the result that. racing
In an opposite direction, she collided
with the first hare. Both were killed
on tLe'spot. one h-&.- g ;ts neck dislo
cated, thte other apparently dying of
Carlyle and the aL.
Carlyle as a schooltmt,te.r was a
terror to evildoe-'. Even the biggest
and "oldest boys wilted when he
growled out "dunce" or "blockhead."
lie di.l not thrash often, as his scowl
was enough to hush a whole school
but when be did thrash he meant busl-
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PURE WHITE SKAfl
Friday Night, April 5th, 19
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Two prizes will be awarded as follows:
One to the Gentleman wearing the most .
private White Costume.
One to the Lady wearing the most appro
No one allowed on the floor before 9 o'c
except those wearing white costumes.
General skating after 9 o'clock.
Skatpe to ever
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BROWN & THOMASON,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
IVE OAL. : : : FOD
DR. J. W. WEST,
Phy and Surgeon.
Office! Carrel Buiding. Ohio Avenue.
-.. juer p.ing along Reidency at Ethel Hotel
the road heard t, op mot p!teous howls
and cries f'r mercy an! help coming, o me..-N.. q2.
from th .hobntmhosWe ltushing, n and 1 ji, rS"dtm .a.ore, )No I.
handing his ax to Carlyle. he exclaim-
ed: I' M E. BROOME,
JI-t dIoo't o tricht. mon, and no
alpw e, l itera." .. '-
SATTRNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW.
S OAK. : FIORIDmA.
i *. i an ss ina" thewrtsft"hst&t ec.
FRIEND TO FRIEND.
The personal recwqmw.d-tions of peo
pie who have been ced of coUghs and
colds by CiAmhos.in' Cough Remedy
have done more tha all else to mBke it a
.A "; 1 *W&
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i M. DIXON,
OWODONTIA, : CROWN : A" : BauDG.
Woax, : SPECIALTLS
To J. LYLE
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELEJ
35 yar's experience
Good stock of Wathes always on and.
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more than two years hMrn given himself unselfishly to the
Oak and the surrowin g tir. has been behind almost every enter e
as well as religious, during this t and with public address, pen and ,
tireless advocate of all that was i-fdIng and uplifting. But his great Ih
OF. -W4' t ~. 1 i '
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in it. The humor, pathos, anecd and fun are all clothed in elegant Englsh; the
dedicated to Capt. Hillman, one of Iur own SuWa e citizens, and several of the
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