Live Oak daily Democrat

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Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Daily Democrat
Alternate Title:
Evening Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 1, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
General Note:
Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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sacks Like Senator Hunt Harris for Y/ r Will Re ..Declared Sane by the

I.President of Senate, and Hour. i '" Commission-Decision Will Not*

'. Eugene :Mathews for v .., Be Reached for Several

: Speaker Ts, Days


Tallahassee,' March 31.-Members !;" }Jew York March 30.-The plans ;

'f both houses of f& State' legislature of the Thaw lunacy commission to
arr1tr complete its work and to submit '
: are noy rapidly and today a

, y tomorrow afternoon practically all t /3 a report to Justice Fitzgerald on

ill be at the capital ready to parti- Monday morning as to the present

pate in th&.causcusee Monday night mental condition ot the slayerof '

which officers of boh houses will ; Stanford White was upset today by an

nominated thus making the 'feral appeal from District Attorney Jerometo

election ot president of the be allowed to produce more witnesses -

Late, and speaker of the house of before the commission, reaches a

pres ntatlvea on tho formal decision.

g n'ratlon of those bodies; a mere After an all-daysession the commission -

chnicality.. as will also->be the case adjourned until next Tuesday

ill the various attaches of the legis- T. morning, at which time it will hear -

ture. > experts offered by the district attor-

At the present writing, the leading .v ,ney; Chairman McClure served notice

ndldates are Senator W Hunt liars \ F t sy : 1 however that the witnesses will

of Monroe county for president, ; r r be compelled to confine themselves to

3d Representative Eugene S. facts and opinions which deal with

athews, of Bradford county for the present condition of Thaw, and

eaker of the lower house By &ve -i\it\W '\ will not be allowed to go into the pastor

clock tomorrow afternoon, it will % rfft' l future. -
positive whether they will be Zi/ Harry :Thaw was under direct ex-

oxen without opposition, or wheth- : amination by the commissioners: for

the fight will be carried into the .: more than three hours today, -and

onday'night caucuses. Tnat Senor 4 then for forty- ve minvteg h
Harris, will be elected presidentems the fire. oi District Attorney Jerome ,. _

now ,practically assured.In t ; 1 jt on_cross-examination. .:-

tte house the prospective candl- Enjoying, hiss first opportunity of J

tea for the speakersbip were more questioning the defendant. Mr Je .",1romeattempted

umerous, Eugene S. Mathews, of ./ tQ go Into Thaw's ,.

arke, is clearly in the lead but past life, but objections to this line

nongst others to be considered or t 'in. Phi.ladelptlJaWiUiarn.a Lecite' bf examination 'by Thaw's .counsel -1

any rate under consideration ar, .__ were saxtalaed.Jtty' t&Q OBuntastog, .
epresentatIve J. Pope Reese ofambia. which held the district attorney to '
Senator fcewlan, of Suvannae counr.ty. UPSETS TRADITION father whipped up his horses and '
ass1 tant.clili rict-att.Qrney ." .* the direct issue- before the lunacy {
reached his home in
Frequent inquries slavebeea.madeby safety.
the United State Court for the, .* .boar@-whether'Thaw4a E
J his' colleagues in the last senate; \\HI Nurse Her Own.Baby-Consternation When the-dasfar'dly deed hs nWt ,
orthern District of'Florida. : day of anderstaadiig Ua charsdee. ..c., :"
and by numerous other friends and In Her Husband's Straight'laced known the neighbors, led by theboy's a
Judge Syd L. Carter of Alachua, of the proceedings against him and'of I ; _
who immediately
mother left
the news that there: seems no hopefor Court. ,
rmerly States attorney for the rationally advising his'conseL .
an her husband tried to lynch Horatb, ,
his recovery has cast additional -
tth judicial circuit Representative Madrid.. April 1. -Queen Victoriaof Thaw's direct and erossexamlnanil
gloom over the important body already whoa the'authorities have so far
'. A MacWllllams, of St. Johns.,,re- ,Spain has,caused the greatest con- tiona were held behind closed doors,. ,'y :;4
taken but he
to punish
no step ,
saddened by the death of
ntly brought into the-limelight by ste nat*1\ at. her royal husband's exceedingly and the commission took extraordlna.n -1
escaped, and' It Is now thought that
its old members. and chosen at .
ia proposition to utilize half the one straightlaced court by her ry precautions to have the bearing J.
he has committed ; his -
suicide as .
the last election.Senator .
of three : threat to defy the rigid Spanish royal 1 .
, tate convicts in the building secret. ....
4 ( Baker has been suggested I hat and coat were found on the river
reposed trunk lines of hard roads traditions and nurse her own baby '
bank a mile bel.his' house. Sure He Conld i Prove Insanity.Mr.
reading from Jacksonville to Pensa- as the presiding officer of the senate whose arrival may now be expectedany .
aola, Tampa and Miami.respectively; caucus tomorrow night, and Repre- day. Jerome asserted with some

And Representative Geo. G. kathews, sentative Watson that of the h'ouse. EverY'R- yal Spanish baby has GIVES CHECK FOR A THOUSAND. feeling that If he were.allowed the ;

, Marion, formerly member of the The' present legislature consists of hitherto derived its early sustenance "- proper latitude he could prove, beyond '

louse, and under the second Clevend 101 members, one more than the from an "ama" usualy a healthy peasant This Amount Is Given to. Assist in .a reasonable dotbt that Thaw ". 1

: administration couasul to the regular number. This is*because pf woman from some remote village },Equipping :New Hospital.Fernandina .- is.,insane and incapable of advising! _.,

ty of Para, Brazil. Judge Carter the creation ;of St. Lucie county by ( Record.) his' counsel 1& a' rational .manner. .

been 'suffering greatly 'from the legislature the constitution providing Queen Victoria's doctor says however : After the: district attorneytad_ :_i
that each new.county shall be that Last' Saturday Mr. Samuel A. *
..eumatlsm for the past two or three she i:? more than strong spoken: at some length, Chairman,-
I Intbs. Swann received cheek for
and it is highly probableat I entitled to one member until a general enough' to follow the example of all I thousand from Mrs.a Andrew Carneige one lure told him that if he could produce ,-.j

his physical condition will comb -I re-apportionment, which it required the English queens and princesses I ; .any experts who could give a ,. : ,
to be to the fund for equipping
!an to 'withdraw The situation should take place every tenth who have been mothers and feed the: a'-hospital for Fernandina. competent opinion as to the Thaw's, e |

tospell, Mathews Brad-, year. This matter was. passed pver expected baby in the natural way present state of mind the commission
It his- been established that it will
'd.: In 1897 as a result of which the and her husband Is delighted with would bear them Tuesday morn<"
require about two thousand dollars .
State is still suffering.under the apportionment -
contest for each position is not the dea.If ing
in all to equip the Palmer house pre
gether probable. It would not of 1887" and the coun- the queen carries out her Intention "That is all I desIre* said the district
; the sented by Mrs. Lucy Carneige for a I
"one-third of
ties containing only .
the services of the "ama" attorney '
surprising for all opposition to the hospital ,.. :
people of the State elect a majorityof will be dispensed with except that When '
ding candidate to melt.away dur- "There is no doubt now that the the public session beganDietrict --
the morrow and for everythingbe both senate and houseNi t .representatives I she will be engaged to carry the infant and 'maintained : ttorneT' Jerome seemed somewhat ,
has' hospital will .be equippel u
harmonious when the caucuses The Democratic party, out for airings and wore a gorgeous irritable, and was constantly (
The question has been taken
a majority''of 99 On joint' ballot-. national costume but the lad- .. thereafter engaged in-wordy clashes
mble. : I : up and Considered, 'by the Fernan- ,
iSo far there have been suggestlpnsTor or would have if the joint ies of the court are horrified at the dina hospital association, and thereis with the members of the commission, '_j
figured this year-Manatee countyhaving idea : nursing her own His urgent that he ... .4
president and speaker prp;,tern.. resultof ,pf a queen 'no longer any'daubt about-sufficient manner arguing '. <
sent this year as the baby like ordinary woman. It is had right to'adduce additional ., .
any a tea-
nd until the more important .Aues-I funds being raised to maintain the'! ,, ,
out- t'
a bitter local fight, the only bad that she has to give birthto before the 'commiaelon
enough timony
oas are settled these offices occupy institution in' a creditable manner.iiarri9 fen: -t: .4-:. {
J. A J:
e \.Op shelf. Nearly all the at-I sider in the legislature. Hon them In person ." dered its verdict wa. -' net'a1Jy re- a' 1

hes of the senate and house are Pettlgrew who has the distinction of' Nature is entirely too democratic President of Senate Mathewsfor garded as a concession that Thaw had s;i i

ndidates for re-election without op- being the first socialist elected to a according to Spanish Ideas. ; made a favorable impression during *. .. ;". /;
: State office In Florida, and of being Speaker of House.. r/2
his long examination.
sltlon ,
though T J. Appievardf '
retary of the senate is opposed the only man living who broke the THREW' SON TO Wot \ ES. Tallahassee, April 1, 3:30 p. m.- Examined Prison Guards- :; / ;:

C. A. Finlay.' of Lake City andn. solidity of the Democratic legislaturefor It seems now1 absolutely certain that During the public session this afternoon -' ,,)

Fred L. Robertson, assistant ten..years last past s. Peasant in Bavaria Sacrificed Childto the caucus' tonight to nominate .the commission examined 4 _'i

intact general. of the United Con- ,Easter Sunday past quietly flowers con-in Sate Himself. candidates for officers of the legisla- prieon guards--one of them 'Thaw's -,3

erate Veterans is for bill: sidering everything. The tive bodies will nominate by acclamation '
personal 'Warder in the court room- .j. t J
: the churches were not as plentifulas March 30.-To save his -
Budapest. Hon. Hunt Harris of Monroe ,
etary by C O. Andrews who '
and a"visiting physician to the Tombs. -cAll -
but there was no
t session, was engrossing secretary. In years past, own life a peasant. Joseph Hovatb, county President of Senate and Hon declared that Thaw had acted rationally -;.../-,
scarcity of politicians. Politics has his 8-year-old son to a pack of
Three membe.-"s of the Senate have threw Eugene Mathews of Bradford county since his J
ever incarceration ,
filled the Sabbath air to a large ex- -
wolves. of the House. For Secre- .
d the last and another Is at Speaker saidthat
year, : One of the guards Thaw had I i>
j point of death Levy county tent, but tomorrow tells the tale. ... Hovath was driving along the road tary of Senate, fight is close between a haunted look In his eyes whenhefirst \. .
from Epenies to his home at Kapl, Appleyard and Finley both of Lake .
in the of the Senator
!late came to.the Tombs but it beganto ,
.vet, Hon, Jf R.Vllrfs, one of the This morning Capt. W. J. Hillman when tour wolveo emerged from a City .. disappear last September ...1

rtaries pf the preceding senate, and C. H. Brown bought the east half thicket and' attempted to jump into 'Attorneys Delmas and' Cartridge ': .

d Lafayette and; Taylor*counties of the C. J. McGehee block from the wagon Finding that he could Ocean Steamship Co. Savannah Tie: also took the stand They declared ..,,-

.erday chose Hon. _E. L.' Cottrell Dr. Harry Alrth this morning. Thisis not get away Hovath decided to This Company have issued an Attractive Thaw had fully comprehended every* .," .j

I ueceed Senjafor Carter,. in both 'a beautiful piece of property and sacrifice his son. In the head pamphlet entitled, "Tbe phase of his trial and had.made helpful ,
8Peclal elections having been has a frontage of 130 feet on Conner After striking the boy J. "
\o time. .
Ocean Way Home to. show the returning suggestions from time ,
rT. One eighth' of the total street and ,,130 feet-on ward-street et, with the; *>ufl end of his whip thre so ai tourist the delights of an Dlatrct'Attorney Jerome asked" )It. -. .as ss....

tJabenhls) of the senate nave thus We' did not learn the price paid, Out to make tim' unconscious be. '"vVenave !lar\fl41g.e.u: Repeatedly ... ..... u
: the "child into the; road, where .therbl'ves ocean yo/age. traveled Thaw Iiad '
a Stricken by the 'hand of Illness it was ndjjdftubj a very neat,. as ;
; 5015 r.c :
xpresed to address the
and'know A.desire ; 'l
i has pcpinced upon him and top tpis.roiute oft e how pIs .
leaU. : ..R h.. property in that section. of town -** ..W6i. *.t.. '
The legislator now:serlously 111 is a good value. him to pieces while the Inhuman ant n).. .,." tCOa Inued on page eight) :

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IYPRIMARY ELECTION ;iiii!!>!ii"iMiiii "" Men who'know* GOOEtelo'thlme and.Don't Committee met-tha-

:, Delay Seeing Our its fin*. points-mSR whoj.ant to 'called''ttesday the.April city PrtmVT.2. tt4t.._b!,

latest crLarge
keep nplo'the styleeog All qualified
: DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE <# us for their clothing knowing: that will totals aa*

.MEET A-VD ARRANGE' and Superb Showing here they can always Ret -preclsslr tlon.qualify will be before qaancait the

FOR ELECTIOV ; what they want at the price they wish, primary tor the 1'Oto' ,'

T We satisfy every taste la. notlnau-,.
for to pay. fflcers. -
of SprIngSUIts
dress. The growing business of this The assessments
oa its
THE TICKET IS MADE UP store best attests the Intrinsic meritof candidates for 'the etnxy '

Men and Young Men. the apparel we sell-the noted primary will b& n.o tor "

,- date for
mayor; Zierk,

Candidates Whose Names Will lier I MICHAELS-STERN treasurer, marshal tax'tp(

Printed on the Official Ticket to bond trustees sad |J.jft) ftt
I v CLOTHING candidate for
Be 't oted April 2nd. FINE alderman.
Inspectors appointed "

which Is so smart In style and workmanship that It keeps duct: said primary are

The City Democratic Executive the custom-tailors awake at night wondering how to hold llams. JL J. Heath T. 3 Lyle.-
t I
Hair clerk.
Committee met as per call, and made their customers.
r out the ticket to be voted at the City : r..' ;;t Our Easter showing of the season's correct fashion Is The members of the

second. the best time to select your clothes present were T. S. ADele
?'J Democratic primary, on April ; -3 ready Now is really '
1 while style and. fabric Is here fresh from man. S. B, Conner and J. Do
follows every
*' as ; ; for Easter >
;".' For )(afor. the makers' hands. For selection we offer: no furthere
M. E. BROOME. adjourned.

'; J. B. JOHNSON. Sack Suits at RIO to $25 T. S. d2'IpJ
". : Spring DJ RADFORD.
; For Clerk Treasurer and Tax Secretary.
.' Assessor.
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. '. S. P..McCULLERS-MAYS. This May Interest tf::-
J. H.
1 No one isjunmunerouble fro '
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For Tax lector. > so just rememfej

: J. S KINKAID. Foley's Kidney Cure will stegularies

t and cure any
; For Marshal.: i ney and bladder trouble}
2 .
W.'H. LYLE ,Boy's Suits beyond the reach of medic
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For Alderman Ward No. 1. 'A E
.Our price of Boys' High Grade
t, 3. J. WHITE. Woman Leaped to Her
in 'S
Clothing Is the best .
:s M For Alderman Ward No. S. the city. We have them In all the. .i jEf 1 Niagara.Niagara

.:, J. C. BAISDEN. latest patterns from \ Falls, N. Y.. MAn
J. M. BARCLAY, rnknown woman jum;
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r : over the brink of the Ame
; For Alderman Ward No. 3. $3 to $7 from Prospect Park lat
( ,. J. E. WOOD. ...... Several
:; persons wltneragedy

'' For Alderman, Ward No. 4. # _
I" The woman was about 40
a D. G. BARDIN. -IMf A.Ia.Mw- l.
'f'' # D. L. BYRD. MICHAELS-STERN and was dressed in black.


.t- .; For Alderman, Ward No. 5. e"--." .,.. ROYAL BRAND The Great Headache


For Alderman at Large. Pep.
; '. T. 1 S.: ANDERSON.

*.' F. ION ROBEttTSON.. BUTLER BROS. Note the Word Pepsi

And five members of the Democratic
-City Executive Committee. Headache.IfliOBBIl.

_: Upon motion the following were CURES Us
"Mens' Outfitters.
... appointed inspectors and clerks of the"election .
On the
r ; T. ,J. Lyle H. J.: Heath,and

A, J. Williams Inspectors, and Horr Y Ho> Opiates Absolutely HAll

Hair.>Clerk.It .

t' was ordered that the election .' DracfUU. lOt, IS. Mi I lOt

i, be held in the courthouse and that men"aa tle beautiful ,object ever clue to bis'identity.-Pensacola Journal CALEB POWERS' CASE. por Sale Eiv

'. 'the'poly open at 8 a. in.,?'and closeat created, but Irreverence, her as the The City PharmLIVE

6"p.. m. T. S. ANDERSON. redeemed glory of humanity, the I

J, "D RADFORD. Chairman. sanctuary of all virtues, the pledge : How 'to Avoid Appendicitis Fourth. Trial of the Distinguished tMK FLA.

t Secretary. of all perfect qualifies of heart and Most victims of appendicitis are Kentucky Prisoner Approaching.Caleb 41-23-trwi-Yi.

head. It is because women are so : those who are habitually constipated. Powers who was Kentucky's = -

"Pneumonia's Work much better than that their Orino Laxative Fruit
Deadly men I Syrup cures
secretary of state has just completed i
faults considered greater. The chronic constipation
are by stimulating
r has so seriously affected my right seven years in Ken:uc)" jails. He i FOlEY'iHONEYAND
one thing in the world that is constant the liver and bowels and restores the
lung writes Mrs. Fannie Connor was arrested March 10, 1900. on an
I the only peak that rises above natural action of the bowels. Orino I
of Rural Route
1. Georgetown. Tenn.. Indictment by the grand jury at
the clouds the window in which Laxative Fruit does
one Syrup not nau-
that I coughed continuously night Frankfort, Ky. I
: the light burns forever, the one star seate or gripe and Is mild and pleas- charging him with
and day and the neighbors' prediction complicity in the murder of Gov. Goe-
that; darkness cannot quench is woman's ant to take Refuse substitutes.City T
-consumption seemed inevitable -
'I bel He has been tried three times
love. It rises to the greatest Pharmacy. dw*
my brought home being sentenced to life
heights, it sinks to the lowest
{ a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and
to death
it forgives the most cruel Injuries. another Florida Colony. once. The date
.\. which in my case proved to be the for his execution was fixed once. The The original
A woman's love is the perfume of the
only real cough cure and restorer of Macclenny Standard.) Kentucky court of I
e e weak:'sore lungs" When all other earth. This is the real love that sub One of the most important real estate the findings of the lower appeals state court i LAXATIVE
dued the earth the love that hath cough rem
'. ;
remedies utterly fail, you may still transfers to be recorded In this each time.
i' win In the battle and wrought all miracles of art; that county for some time made this I
against lung was i Since his third trial For anJ
music an effort has coughs, colds throat
gives ail the
f' throat troubles with New Discovery way from the week when Mr. A A. Geitgey closeda been. made to take his case to the troubles. No opiates. Non-ale*

S the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar cradle song to the grand closing sym- deal for the Price land in this and federal courts on the Good for every body. Sold c very
ground that his
clay & Groover druggists. 50c and phony that bears the soul on wingsof Duval counties. There is somethingover rights under the federal The genuineFOLErS
if fire. A love that is that
,, $1.00. Trial bottle free. dw greater 9,000 acres of this land locatedin being denied him in HONEY and TAl
, ) power than sweeter than life and stronger Baker County lying around Mac- courts. Judge Cochran of the federal *Yellow package. Refuse subs
;; Booker Washington Wants Negro Exhibit clenny and Glen St. Mary and in Du- court for the eastern Kentucky Prepared only by I

, Fair.Montgomery val there is FoUy A. Chlcaj
at 300 or 400 acres. The district took jurisdiction, but the commonwealth Company
Bitten by a Spider. sum paid by Mr. Geitgey for .
Ala., March 30.- this en- I took the matter to the supreme City Pharmacy. ,

., Booker T, Washington head of the Through blood poisoning caused tire tract was 27000. He also pur- court, which sent the case
; Tuskegee Institute was here today by a spider bite, John Washington chased property In Glen St. Mary as back to the state courts. MUNICIPAL BOND ADVEfiMEXT.

t. of Bosquevllle Tex. would have lost follows: From Howard J. .
en route to Birmingham where be veeks.1 I' Consequently Powers is now In

will ,confer with Governor Comer his leg, which became a mass of blocks 22 and 39; from \\ I jail at Newport, Ky., awaiting his f2OO.OOO.OO

running sores bad he not been Moates, blocks 46 and 47; From I I PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT 1
\ about the'negro portion of the Ala- per- 1\Irs.1 next trial which will be held at I
bama exhibit at Jamestown. The exhibit suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica Annie M Legg, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 9. 10, ''I Georgetown, Ky. at the special term OF THE CITY OF LIVE 0

f of the Tuskegee school at the Salve. He writes "The first application 11 and 12, in block 29, and also some during the summer. Powers has FLORIDA.Sealed I

relieved, and town lands from G. L. Taber which
state fair was highly complimented four boxes borne up remarkably well during his

f by former Governor Jelks in a public healed all the sores" Heals every at this time we could not get a description long Imprisonment. He has kept himself proposals will be rby <

!.'.- speech. sore. 25c at Barclay & Groover,, of. constantly employed that Le the undersigned at the oi'

druggists. a* It is stated, on good authority, that might not brood over his troubles the Board of Bond Trustees

1 ,* Doing Business Again -_ Mr. Geitgey will bring a colony of and has adhered to a rigid system of City of Live Oak. Florida, unJOth

I Somebody's Son.Somebody's people from Ohio, his old bime. and exercise. As a result he is in day of March, 1907 at :3 <
When my friends thought I wa.s locate them on this newly acquired I health. good p. m., for the purchase of all /

about to take leave of this world on son, age 16 or 18 propertj part of 1200,000 five per cent,

" account of indigestion nervousness years, was found near the L. & N year Public Improvement Both :

; and general debility," writes A. A. roadbed last Friday between River Good Judgement .1 The New Pure Food and Drug Law. City of Live Oak. Florida i

i\' Chisholm. Tread 'ell. N. Y.. "and Falls and Andalusia A section hand is the essential characteristic of We are pleased to announce that SI0.000 thereof which has 1

when it looked as If there was no' on the railroad made the discovery and woman. Invaluable to men 'I Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, fore been sold ,

hope left. I was persuaded to try I The body was lying in a hole, and business men and necessary to housewives good colds and lung troubles is not affe ctThe legality of the Bonds i.

4' Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say indications point to the fact that the A woman shows good jUdge-- I ed by the National Pure Food and approved by :Messrs Dillon A I

that they are curing me. I am nowdoing death occurred two or three mouths ,. Drug law as it contains
ment when she buys White's Cream opiates or bard of New York whose 0,;
business again as of old ago. The unfortunate young man Vermifuge for her baby. The best I other harmful drugs, and we recommend as to the legality or duplicate 4
and am still gaining daily." Beit had on a black overcoat and In his I it as a safe remedy for of
will be
I worm medicine ever offered to moth delivered to the part
tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed pockets were two flasks of whiskey and adults. City
Pharmacy dw Printed
ers. Many indeed : circulars containing{
are the
: b1- nar lay & Groover One of the flasks were partly sensible
druggistsPrice. + empty mothers, who write expressing their .1 definite and detailed informal*
t' 50c. dw* His underwear was of cotton, shoes I
gratitude for the good health of their Four Boys Killed By blank forms for bids may ber
were laced with leather a Hanway
strings. His I
-r i ''I children, which they owe to the use j Engine. application to the Chairman
overshirt was of I
stripped flannel
Ingersoll's tribute to .W pmaa. I The of \\bite's Cream Vermifuge Sold Board of Bond Trustees, Liti
wearing apparel of the youth can be I | N. Y, April l--Four boys
It takes a' matte by Suwannee Drug Co. Florida. \
.aF hundred to |
: men seen at Andalusia, where those having dw i, were run down and instantly kilted
an encampment but one Woman a n missed male friends i by a light engine BOARD OF BOND TR1;
on the
may'view it I Pennsjhij
make a home. \ not only,admire w :with the Intent of establishing sqme I UONF A D j I nia Railroad tracks at Indian Churdh LIVE OAK FLORIDA.By .
top lba cougb and UraU lu ntf ; road Saturday. eUI2mr CH

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_LIVE_ OAK DAILY. h DEMOCRAT._ ._ .. ){().Yri. _.Y. APRIL_ i,. I9O7 1.;, __ _-. ., "L.r '" .
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, s 'TJ e .egfolatnre'to Open. I'' : t "i._ _jIlL._ //I

If ALIQUID' COLD CURE The Florida Legislature will open 4.'

PIentyof.Sunlight AND- ,its,session next Tuesday and the
Ponce Leon
State Solons are preparing to take'up ae LandingTO
r Daring the Session of the Florida their residence in Tallahassee for a
few weeks. This session will have
:Legislature,, beginning Tuesday
some very Important questions to
April 2d and lasting sixty days, THE BE REPRODUCED AT t
deal with and their every move will
THE SUN will issue a. Daily 'TME be thoroughly wet ghed and discussedby '

Newspaper. It will appear every the people.' Prominent -among' ST. AU6USTINE FLORIDA

Morning, excepting :Monday, while NEW aFINAL I: these vital subjects' ;will be, first the ,

the Session lasts. It will be IDEA :appropriation for the Florida State
i University. This is a matter In
known al which every citizen of the State is APRIL 2ND., 3RD. AND 4TH.

individually interested and for the

fThe Daily TVs 14 CUrw SIMM livery*Setae."A u..Ue Beat?Bt ea honor of the State and" the welfare of Host Spectacular Entertainment Ever Presented in the State

i our rising generation it Is an Imper-
. Cold or a Couth nearly always produce ative duty devolving '
upon every
*eenattpattoD-the water all runs t* the
and threat Instead o( passing out member of the Legislature to see .
Morning af thstem through the liver and kidneys. that there be no nigardly paltry

Per the want"of moUturo thobewelebeeeine amount appropriated, but that there APRIL4TH.TRANSFER OFTHE CITY TO THE UNITED STATES
4ry ai>4 hard. Nearly all ether couch ewes
tb... be a sufficiency to place this grand ed-
are constipating especially conUlripr
It will speak the truth. It will print Opiate Kennedy I Laxative Hoaoy ana ucational department upon a footingas Scores of other Magnificent Attractions, Including Night

everything that should be printed, in the Tar more the bowel, centaina BO Opiates. good, if not better than those ofa Attacks on Old Fort by Gen. Oglethorpe. Elaborate Pageants -

only way that it !. right to print it- similar character in the South. depicting Middle Ages, Brilliant Balls at Palatial

CORRECTLY.. HONESTLY and KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE There would not be a particle of reaSOn Hotels: A City of Enchantment. Torpedo Boat Flotilla

FAIRLY and without reservation. why our young men should be Soldiers. Indians, Beautiful Decorations and Illuminations.Low .

It will have a boiled down,but comprehensive sent to other States for. their education Railroad rates from.all parts of the State.

,telegraph report of the news of I if the: State University' was This Great Entertainment will represent a lavish expenditure -

'the world. "* 1 I HON y"TAR equipped as It should be. Let every and will portray some of the mostimportant eventsin

It will hare a detailed report of the I Legislator make It a personal. ,matterto the History of America. It will be worth a trip over

legislative proceedings.It B9* Relieve Colds by working tkem out advance the facilities of this insti thousands of miles. Visit St. Augustine during the first
will have a running story of the features ef the.,otom Uurouf a eaaieua action of tution. A State Board<<, of Immigration week in April.

of the session WRITTEN SUN the Mye!.. is another needed addition to the loll I: 1 1 In I
STYLE and Illustrated by the only.cartoonist ..Is Relieve Cough by leanetnc and growth of Florida equally, as Important .. I
the rsembraa.s.1the
BireRf tkenlRg mvcevs ,
I .' '
In the State. throat eheet.lsats sad oochUl tftbea. as good roads and railroad leg- f

The Price for the Two Months For Cm*. Waooylai Cegt,La Orl/ye slatlon.-Gainesville Elevator.
and Hill I
will be One DollarMaIledto lafiea, Breacalti*. aat all' Co&l,
....... 5
Coifs, Lug sad fir d&I aaremedy Why '
ny Address. 1* etui *. Keaaedy. LaaetlreKoaofaalTar. have a tortid liver when HerbIne, the
only liver reguator will help you? THE MEN
The Sun ..ft.........*t...IMNee.*.fat
.MS 5c*** B.......! ..*.*>...*...,....... There is no reason why you should Singe
Breeders of the Genuine Comb
FLOaIJtA suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation
TALLAaAssga ? .Sold, by CitY Pharmacy Chills and Fever or any liver com- :: White and Brown Leghorns. '

plaints, when Herblne will cure you.F. >
C. Waite, Westville, Fla.. writes: i4 Price of Choice East and Fowl; ,

4 'I"I"'II" ". " "I was sick for a month with chills 'Egg, per '13, $1;.' '30; fl.TSj 45;>, I,..

and fever, and after taking two bot- $2. 0; 100, ". O.

. REALI3STATE! !: tles of Herbine. am' well and healthy Single Birds, $$2JW; pain $.(.501." '

." Sold by Suwnnee Drug Company dw*- Our Motto. : trios C6.OO; pent from SI* .to $20., I

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ThePare Oak, Perry A, Gulf Bail- SATISFACTION, Thanking you:for a trial order, we are


Live Oak Fla.. March'lj, 1907. OR YOUR WALLACE' and HILL l!

The annual meeting .of the stockholders MONEY BACK
City Lots in Oakhurst and White's Addition to Liz Oak of this Company;will be held I DALTON : : GA. +.

at the once of the Company at Dow-i . .1. . . . . . . . . . ... ..
ling Patk. Fla., Monday, April 1.I
; Special. Propositions: 1907, at 11 o'clock av'm., for the Telephone
election of directors an'3 for the d-a-
6 Room House situated desirable lot 120x160 /
on f et.nLocated 6Q
duct of any other business that may HELP SUPPLY
in West End. Price $900.00. f come before the meeting.R. .

I W. BENNETT. Secretary.
3 City lots in Dillon's Addition to Live Oak. Price '180.00. (Incorporated)
: Lumber Co. HOME OFFICE; No. 10 South Laura Stt Branch Offices: New York City.

:., r 4 Room House on lot 60x160 feet on 5th street, close in. Price Live Oak Dowling; Fla., March 18, 1907. 106 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla., Charleston S. CL,Savannah.1"...

$675.00.. The annual meeting the stockholders WE SUPPLY

of this Company will be held All classes of skilled end un kai.4 UWk--. irkit.or. colored male or female
in cultivation
80 Acre Farm 21-2 miles from Court House -
at the office of the Company at Dow- -HA \
Price $2,000.00. Fla. Managers,Steward..Chefs. Head Waiter.Book-keepers Bartender Batch.,.. Bakers Batloe t
ling Park Monday, April 1.
Checkers Cashiers. Cel set..., Clerks. Coachmen Ooka. Carver. Driver Engineers. Firemen, \
1907 at 11 o'clock a. m.. for the Carpenters. G rd Grocer Ckrks'Jasitoes. Married Cou fr.-cIler1ln: Watctuncn, Walter. ./
*. F-Ill. Resturant., Clabe. I Noses,
List your property with us if -you wish to sell. If you election of directors, and for the RUr.ada." Steaasboat., Far_*, Tatrpeatnae sad Saw-MID

wish to buy write call conduct of any other"*business that -PEMA*m-
or on us Hovkeep. Head Laundreaceo. Head Cleaners, Book-keeper. Ceehier..SteuogrspbenL
may come before the meeting. Lrandr*es. Cook.. Cleaners.. Chambermaids. WaitrcSBes. House Worker.Pantry end Kitcbea
Cirla Geraana.Swecda.DaD_Poh K and Hungarian Servants.We ,
Central Land & Timber Co. O. D. McFARLAND, Secretary. make a Specialty of Foreign White Servants for Private FamSes.'

Orden by Mail.Telephone er Telegraph reeetve prompt atUBtion.tfThit .
.. "NIGHT RIDERS" Agency I. the Largest Labor Bureau in the South. .and the only one ef its kind working
W. H. HARRIS :MANAGER LIVE OAK. FLA under a leiaiued Charter. Address ell conununicaUon to Home Office. .

'Pt.111 M 11 i i n it 11111 i 111111 n 1111111 n 111111111 n They Are Burning Tobacco and Other hlllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIII! 1IIIwllrlJl II I I fJlTIfi-; ,
Property in Kentucky.

Princeton, Ky., March 31. News
was received here today of further We are aiming at
Live Oak Co.
M'f'g. outrages of the "night riders," as the I

result of which tobacco and other -' e

property valued at several thousand
Manufacturers of dollars was destroyed near masco. FOR OURSunday

on the Iron county line.

Electric About thirty masked men went to
Lumber Shingles Ice Lights
the home of Tom Reddick end forced
\ School Jan. 1 1908
\ Power and Turpentine. him to go to his barn and point out ,
tobacco belonging to Mr. Wallace,
one of the most prominent Independent -
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residence tobacco men in that district. The ee. We Must Not Miss, It ...

or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power- raiders then put oil on the tobacco

day and night current-for manufacturing) purposes. .- and burned it.
From Reddick's place they went to
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention Wallace's farm, where they destroyedhis
and all orders promptly filled. barn filled with tobacco. ,
Wallace had refused to Join the
We will give good prices on low grade ceiling and Association. II II I II
you Tobacco Growers' alII I 'II II I III II IIIIt! I I I" rill Iii
flooring. Come and get our prices. --- --
Just Because *

. . . . . . . . . . . . jour cough is only in the throat and a 0
i. does not trouble you now, don't rt

OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENTis think that it needs no atentIon. Whenit
bas not had much of a start is the DUTYto
check it. The slightest
not restricted in the scope of its patronage. _,It is time to
leads to Pneumonia,
broad enough to accommodate all and cough easily Ue family la to keep htm.II .
Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle .. well and .trou*. Ha t
ceA't be> w.u and strong U
HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: of Ballard's horehound Syrup will Me kidney ox*out of orUer.
Dose TOUT back*cne? Have .
it > tvd5
cure that cough. The price puts you p >ins In tb* Udner ,
i.-The young folks with their small savings. within reach of all. Sold by Suwan- le TOUT urine Beauty and ,p t
high.oelor.dr Tbea are ,
2.-The breadVi inner, striving to accumulate a fundto nee Drug Co. dw* Sore lame of kidney rtleee e. 4 yc .,. S
Cat wall by taking 1.
procure a home or a competency for old age. Z1{
3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and Free Tracts. OB. MrGZZ'S BACSACHXAKDKXSOXT : .5.--5- st

the income provided. For those who want to investigatefor anm.r.ri .
themselves call on Elder J. T. a anre). eato and reliable S 's
4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. cur*, u It doeaa't do wbatw
Butler, or ring him up phone 166. gay, ct your mooey

TOE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida This is a good way to find out Whether toaok.*. Stop Put this yourceU teirrtUo oa OUae tae. Rs[ ataswa r ?J ) s
the Second Adventfsts.are teaching read to noalUi today by bay.
.. . . . . . . . . . i.. . . truth Bible t or errorLOLEYSMDNEYCDRE, tax gut'a:bottle eOc and at your$1 a botu dm**.. v,,,; -r7 ,

Makes Kidaeya sad Bladder Right LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY.J" .

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Q .4. -" -- PiWS 1tITY 'The 'nntfaralteled: drought Is.the all . r, II' f .. r, p ; _
ir' DEMOCRAT the ,. Lit J' .i. .
LIVE OAYDAILY xar In absorbing topic throughout t. .f '

,T4 .. Published every ;iJAiternopn ;-Todaywealth beyond wp and,*nythinj? tfieycould griming... tafe'For 'five n&ntn;'t'nere< "dreamedvor *Tears been eei4 four:;; rains &; .
: Except Sunday. ... & ever have > jftew ,
Blfe'ht brief showers
-. ago:' we find mechanics and day laborers hey1 wertf hu\' We aH know what a blank dull place this 'z"
whose effects passed away in a day. world :
T J. F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'sTHE in such demand as never before :
with wages almost double what they As a result the crops of the State. be if it were not for some of the pleasures thae a :

LITE OAK PUBLISHING COYPI 11 It were ten years ago; we find the ad- iaye suffered Immense ,damage. The work ., .
termingled with and .
: will be fully our worry. .
orange In. particular
I vance 'in values of city and country crop .' to :
timber tine-third ss than it wa/1ast sea- f
property, in minerals and Some '
aUihePostoffice.. live Oak womett
millions fairly rich
ands, making ;
Florida., as Second.Class Mall" Matter we find that in six years the ,wealthof i are-been, cqt off ,at. least half;, indeed ,pleasure! 'or edmforti >
i, November 7, 1905. in' mane sections no vegetables
has from 20400. '
in their ;:
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT' will be 000,000 to $28.000,000.000. a gainof at: all hare been grown this year. j shoes;that is*

.J mailed to any part of the United 7,600,000,000 which is,more thannehalf Cattle on the ranges are suffering as ;,,, ply because they have!:t
prepair. for $5.00 II
States, postage much the total capital there "fs no new grass and but very
i per year;. ??.50 tor aft months; as Strang 'to ) 4s. founddherightt
owned all the manufacturing interests little water. say: the JdcIn :
:; |1.25 for three m nths..0, 50.cents ::::
'! for five weeks:'ln' 'advance. Delivered of the country and is nearly grass and trees;in the southern par the 6IQu ker" '
to aDY.'p ,rt'or the city by ten times as much as the entire national of'this (D Soto county are green and *

I : carrier, for 10 cents per week. banking capital of the United flourishing. This is caused perhaps for $3.00 there is a'
1 States. Instead of wealth being concentrated by the soil being porous and the water '
ish, nobby,shoe for every foot, and as Quaker shoes
rain last in a few hands. it Is being 'only a few feet beneath the sur- are j
a Iii We had a fairly good
"! ;:night. more widely diffused: than. ever. ..before face. It Is the longest severest by .experts, in a Specialty factory, over foot-confer "
< drought that this scribe remembers

n 4 V to have seen in! over fifty Yts.1 I, lasts and, pat of the best and most popular leathers, they;!
; The Jennings' boom for 'governor r I I

.. 11 ;is scheduled to be'In Tallahassee this COTTON EXTORTS HIGH RBCOUD Punta Gorda Herald. ., iF ',\1 >< sure to.lwell and give satisfaction, which"means ptej i

'-week. .. Cotton growers and cotton manu-
I -- -rI acturers have a right to"feef some Happier-People 'Earth.. _. "Qual l::!' shoes are made .by he..Goodrearweltproc

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I March like lion, and elation over the figures which fl>aye We saw Monday ,last the' hap- .
went a ,jori ; t doing away:: with( ;the tacks, wax and thread found on thl
f today April 1&W= we are having a just been tabulated by the bureau of pleat looking little darkey we have
hard northwest wind,and indications s statistics Washington.:-""Tne exports seen within 'a long lime'arid "beTWfff -side of-so many-shoes that hurt, turn a nd':,blister the f

: ,, are It will. b4 quite cold here tonight of raw cotton, cotton hnanul ac- that lie felt usf about 'as happyhe g... JhiCmeans ,
fcxvthat'tnay soft and
are pliable.
.' f tures and cotton by-products amounted looked."fee': 'had a cheap pot: -' "" '
; ,- What sort of a man is this? He to $264.000.000 in 1896 and mettal, single barrel shot gun on one All in all with every item summed
; up. you will find]
reached 489000.000 in 1906. In .
lives in St. Louis, is.forty-one years I shoulder .and ..a' fishing pole on the ;
.. old, and says he has never kissed a every important item in our cotton other, while he Iad.his. bait in an i' the "Quaker" shoe is'the best shoe that.can be bought

woman. Name him and take him foreign trade there was a large gainIn I.oyster can swung around his neck I'!I '

r l s ._" the ten years. The cotton growers with a string. As he passed through $3.00. > .

; Senator Zim of Augustine- Is aa well as the cotton manufacturers town:e:>)route to. a lake, he was .slng-j!!I Remembect? 9k. f 4Quk ''--"The.shoe: Jhat does,
I being prominently: mentiene4-a ansee. inucJx.In those figures. ,to, lug. "Nearer. My God to Thee." and ,
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please them.There hurt'- "
i possible-candidate for'commissionerof as we gazed upon this little ignorant _w.

t agriculture in the primary next was a decline, however.' In 'ebony-hued descendant of Ham, we
# year. There will be others. 1906 as compared with 1905 In cotton I almost envied him his happiness. j

manufactures. total exoorta-
Dowlinfiflumber&Naval Stores
I' Mrs. Carrie Nation has moved to"fields tion of cotton,fabrics of all sorts being At Auditorium Tonight.

new and pastures green." $56,000.000 In 1905 and U$JOOO-, : v
t Tonight ,is the night of fill nightsor a
g" Her address now Washington. ,D. IQO in 1906. The heaviest part of II
I theatre goers in Live Oak. The i BOWLING PARK FLORIDA
.C.. where she proposes to put her this decline was in Asia. This was
Wills Company,, in all its entirely .. . .
I hatchet at work the very first time particularly severe in China and Ja-,: "
will fa 'the ','Auditorium.
.' things don't go'to suit her.. pan. A large part of the shrinkage i preaeii 1
t Trip to Atlantic, City," -a musical
} I In thise two countries was due to the

1Is reported that Hon. Walter cessation of the Manchurian war in'' comedy show that rightly termeda *'M Ml I M I I I I M I Ml H I 11 I I I i 11 > 1 t i 11 11 E II11 III

,Kehoe, one of Florida's bright and 1905. The war sent the American musical and fun.|how. The company -

brainy men will be 'a candidate for sales of cotton goods up to high fig- arrived; 4n'the* ity over the Seaboard -

congress in Congressman Lamar's ures in those two countries. But yestfdafc afternoon; from the ESOUTHERN I BUSINESS COLLEGI
east, and the and
scenery effects
I are
district There will be something when peace came their: purchases fell
A \ 'doing np in that district if Col. Kehoe oil, and for 1906 the drop was particularly now ht'position for the performance ''

.. does enter the race. acute. Japan is not only tonight.

----- using less cotton fabrics than it did From all indications It seems a t'y

The Democrat.. is opposed, first, during the destruction caused by the large house will greet this popular : I.J ,

last and all the time to paddling up- war, but she is making for 'herself company-or thtir initial night and

:. on the State of Florida, tie dispensary many things which she was compelled they' are certainly deserving of It.

syst m. It .is 'worse than the 4 n war times to buy in the outside The"Ocala Banner speaking of one
of the performances in that city recently IH
open saloois. The present law is world.
good for Yet the said. in part:
enough those fighting .the general tendency of our ex- _
!i whisky traffic. ports of cotton manufastures is likely "The Wills Musical Comedy Company -

I -r "f"tP..fIl'. J. : to continue to be upward for many which is new to the theatre

1 Senator Cullom, of Illinois says years to come. The calendar year goers of ..Ocalaappeared. in the _

i that if he could have his way.he J907 will show a gain over 1906. AJay Armoryllist: bight, to a ,well filled s

would put Harriman in jail. We are will come when, owing to the house, and if the'outburst of hearty

willing for you to have your way big increase in population, our mills laughs and t applause-: to be taken SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

about this matter. Senator and '1{ inay'not be able to do much more as' any criterion as .to' the merits of ,

that's what you are standing back tLan supplythe home demand, butt the performance it must be said

on, don't hesitate longer, but do i that time is far distant. The outputof without hesitation that they more For the-next three months a FOUR MONTHS' .sCH<
t s than made ?LA'\S\
Do it right away our factories in all sorts of textile good. Every one of the will be issued, good in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only 3000.
and company has talent so it would be
metals is Increasing
} The at a hard indeed to criticize, if such Special courses in all Departments have been so arranged tha
liberality of monied Floridians'In much higher ratio than the growthin were student
entering on this special offer can finish within the limit of
possible each j
1 Jacksonville recently in contributing inhabitants. This imposes upon ; individual member of scholarship.This \

to build a Young.. &en's Christian us the necessity to steadily Increase the company. We can say to' those
i, I 'Association building, and for our markets abroad. And. except in who desire to go to a theatre for is an opportunity,cannot afford to miss. j

:. other god purposes there. .< apta ,n the temporary rapid increase and amusement, that the Willis Companyis Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and we i
f!.' Hillman's splendid contribution t o rapid decrease in Asia's far above the average company ); help you to a good, paying position, or get better one than yon now ha

: the Salvation Army fund* and"other from us, we have been fairly successful splaying- these small cities, and shouldbe .' ,', '
t i
good amounts for the best causes" 'in getting new outlets for our surplus greeted nightly with packed s YRItIqn: CATALOG.

;,. by him and others wh ni' we canno For cotton growers as well as houses."

} recall by name-all of -:which ha for cotton manufacturers the outlookis Seats for tonight's performance,

:.J been given for good and in the, right particularly bright. which are now on sale are in reachof SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE

'j spirit, and not for personal gain and all, 25c, 35c and 50 cents.

f notoriety of the donors, speaks :wel The Live Oak Democrat, In answer I
r: for all those Floridians who hav ..1n to a paragraph in the Ocala Banner Identifying Himself. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

i"\ recent years been successful and fortunate relative to the gift of 12,500 by Cap t. The game warden of Colorado was i L. M. tit% TTON President 6
r in business. Truly Floridahas W. J. Hillman. of Live Only! to the walking out in the mountains when STEPHENS, Prlndi

E seme great and good men-Tal- Salvation Army, of Jacksonville, says; he met a hunter with his gun. They '. '.V.V.V.V.r..r..iiiiiM.iii- ;
S; lahasee True Democrat. "The amount recently subscribed b official sugested that that ought to bea ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;

i- Capt. Hillman to aid the Salvation good country for hunting, "It
The year 1905, according to the Army in their work is only a "'drop certainly is.' said the hunter proudly. VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTDOWLING

t United States.Geolc icaI. Survey, was In the bucket' as compared with the "I killed one of the finest bucks

Ft: the most prosperous one known tip amounts ehbas given them hereto- yesterday I ever saw and he weighed

t k to that time, as regards the mineral fore. For years he has been a regu over two hundred." It was the sea PAR
&. water trade of Florida. Four new lar contributor to the
Salvation Army son when deer may not be shot without -
: springs reported for the first time fund. Not only that, but he has
subjecting the hunter to a heavy -WAT DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE RIVER
and five more than in 'the previous given thousands of dollarS to the fine. "1 'ell,, that is a fine one," said

year put water on the -market while Methodist Baptist, Presbyterian and the warden "and do you know who Mineral !

the output was fifteen times as.greatas other churches, and to ministers oas f you are talking to?" Being assured Springs, Hotel and Cottai

for 1904. and several times the gospe. His gifts to young men that he did not the official said: HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE.
great as:; that of any previous year and young ladles in Florida of moneyto "Why, I am .the chief game wardenof WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH GOOD BEDS.AND RUN

says the -report The springs whichrepotted enable them to attend college Colorado/-: The hunter was only PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLER. SHADY PAVILLIONS. BOA!A

sales that year are: Espiritu and finish their education, has been taken aback, for a. moment, when he RATES REASONABLE&GULFS FROM LIVE OAK,o AStwmHAui
Santo Spring, near Tampa; Green enough (and the CONNECTION AT LIVE '
amount grows asked: 'And do you know who
,springs on Old Tampa bay; Magnolia larger every year) to build for the are talking to?" The warden didn't ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWLING PflftK LORIDfl.
spring in Clay county; Newport Sul Salvation Army a barracks in Jack- kno ', LfYEO!

_ phur spring Wakulla county; OrangeCity sonville without any 'get busy quick' ""Well sir "
said the hunter, ap- done on a commercial scale
Mineral spring. Volnsia ; that is made after the sawdust has
county contribution
; from
Jennings or Gil- parently much relieved to ,
"you are say a distilling plant has
Panacea :Mineral springs, Wakuilacounty christ. The been Installed treated with an acid transform
good of
part Hill-
Capt. talking to the biggest liar in the which Is
; Suwannee springs Suwannee man's giving is that he never tells of whole state of Coloralo.Exchange.I barrels of alcohol turning out several Into dextrose, and is then disti
co nty.and White Sulphur, springs. it or brags of It. If it gains publicity figures dally, though no the regular way. If the work tS

r "at White Springs Hamilton county It does so through some other scurf FIIOM are available as to the actual done at a profit, and the indi<
'' cost of
'"Seven1 SAWDUST.Kvery manufacture
t of the springs compared with
are the site
o from
ce. The Democrat resents the in- wood alcohol the work of the company
r;; resorts at which over 2,000 people ference that Capt. Hillman gives Sawmill May Soon Have Its or that from grain. to this being a fact, it will nfl
be accommodated The
can interesting ; *
according .to with any. thopg4feneftt to his '.' about 'the make a valuable byproductthe
Distilling Plant.
t Ihft.. reports :jtbe,Improvement own personal intertdu, political or .(Valdosta. (Ga..l Times.) it'' It is notwood'alcohol a sawdust that has heretofor
,, made thac 'somber of the/e resorts_ tR mmer1ciaJcHet 1 ., dng'none of the an intolerable
-, aspiresto no office I Samples: of.alcohol made frpm\aw nuisance to tb<
ana 'the ot that 'fluid '
I n?mbefpf'bersonfc they Such properties ; 'but Is
bI- ; can a citizen' is one'"of whom all dust have been sent to the aneth'y'alcoh6l'VnaJ mills, but will open up a f
department :
iccommodAte'were both )tncre&se4e ? | can'not tie told frb'iri
FloridamaF tie mate alcohol profitably'
proud.-Times- of. agriculture fromcane
from that
one of the
: made"fronij'gfaln.
7flttie'NyciclL4'I : lIniOf; j. The dlfffer- '
f ,r big sa\fmm'1. Jiere the work Is being ence Is''that'the sawdust''alc6hor i. is II'et"\-e,etable corn stalks,refuses arid almost ai



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LIVE. .OAK DAILY. z -DEMOCRAT. '.- .... .,.. 'Y'MONDAY. APRIL_. 1. 10O7.pCAlSANyEBSONAlS ., .

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', :ii14 COME AND THEY .CO : THE. LADIES:; EMPa.RI.UM' : ..
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,cw of Live ,Oak and Smvanoee' ..
:f. County Gathered,bj the Democrat : .; .. .. A Few Items Mentioned Below Will Doubtless be of Interest to the Ladies : : :

Rf"POl'tH'I 'f'l '.
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'm'i DRESS
f frlnewhite sulles 'quilts Just : READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT

received at the Bon '"Ton. : Linen Lawns .i _. ..40c, 60c. '90c. Colored Shoes, Ladies and Chidren'a.
.. --..- r Is Full of New" Goods. Long Silk'Gloves, till Colors. II
Persian. Lawns L .. .. .10c .p to 60c. .
: Oliver br R1xford'wasliretoday. allttstili'hiteand Block. -
61. .
J. Fl'enchLawn.,15c.upto90c. .. .
Voile Skirts, black and blue '
:. -.>* i i. .-.** India Linens .'. -. *.Sc up to 50cs ,..,.-. .,... . 110.00 t6 $ S.50' New Side and Bac.'Vmb5... ; with _
-Lingirle Co i ... ,... .30c and'IOc .' F Barettes. to Match. ,

M. G* Knight, of High Springs Dotte4'8wis3U ..,,, ,10c to 35c Shirt Waists, in 100.styles/ ... .. .Silk, all Kinds

'.: building.material. '.. _.,.."_ .' ---;--- ,. .. . .. $6.00 each'j.' all Colon. .

< Shirt Waist Suits White Laura.' .
t' Mrs. Kfght. of Suwannee Station ',. :-L.\ "B AND EMBROIDERIES.. Figured Lawn Linens etc. READY TO WEAR HATS.

i.;. .Is, here. shopping. '. ':today.__:.:0 c i'I' The. '. largestassortment- we ever had. ... .. .'. ......"..'"''.."."\l ,O. .98. to" -$7.5U' .' Ladies. and Baby Children's,,apses Sailors. .

t .11 you want to seU??*.Ji !ey.r .,
the licensed auctioneer. Ale sells. : '

:; ,1 .. ;t.e inch Unbleached Cambric in short 5 to 15 Yard
2000 yards 40 ,. lengths, yards, at '. '.' XOc.
.... Senator Newman.' $$3 l reported. : better .! *
this morning. .

. \'e. THE EMPORIU'M.e
W._4. Dreggers- Luravllle, was ,' ; .
- here Saturdayon business. II

" ,. ,. 'L. S. HARVARD, Proprietor.
; R. Waldron of Feuholloway, was
" In the city,yesterday. V
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'Geo W Willis and Paul i\'inib'ot 1. . . . .-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! ! . . . .
; Mi tiiiiiiiiiiit >* > n n n 1 1' 1 1 1 i 1 1 >* n 1 1 1, 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 -

the Park were here yesterday. '0 .....,.--.- -- --r----: I __ ,
S. D. Smcke and wife,.of Fort Ogden J. C. Mangulre spent .Sunday "with FOR SALE John Clinton and J.' 'N. Meeks

were here Saturday. : fits family her et. andreturned to have purchased the meat market
? When think
: !, ilcAlpltt, todayr't: .: from W. A. Parker*.and took ,posses- you.

W. D. Clarkson f Branford was ,l.ssa. ,' .' .:: _. sion today. H. H. Petty will be the about that fine

here yesterday. .Cabbage plants Collard plants and ,meat cutter for the new firm..
Tomato plants 50 cents per hundred -
Miss McC ll. of Jacksonville, .wasa at Sally Reese's. 28-3t I Camp J.- E.: Fen in gan, Confederate Watch you
of the Ethel yesterday." Veterans met here today with a
.. .. "- I. Several LiveOak, Perry & Gulf officials : City Real Estate good attendance. A full account of need, thinkRADFORD'S

Q- t i J, ,Wiggins e.up. from the arrived here this morning and i the meeting will be furnished our of
Park yesterday to spend the day. left for a trip over the road at noon. readers tomorrow by. "the secretary.

'O. W.- Felton and J.1 M. Dayton w! B. Burnett and V. H. Wright farms He. I i Misses Mamie-Oliver and Ivez

..spent. ,. ....Sunday.. tin Live Oak. of Dowling Park, were here this ) I Bevans of Rixford today
morning en route to River Junction. en route to:>> :Madison where they are
J. H. Osteen Jr., was a guest of r I attending school. They spent Easter
Where you wit ;end a
r here Sunday with homa folks.>> i
'thQ Ehetgyesterday.. 0' M, A. Hatcher of Mayo was :
i today. en route to Valdosta to at- LISTYOUR choice assortment of
Col. Ira ,J; Carter went to the tend the State Growers' Union. I Ed. Pound, son ; Editor Found \

, Park this morning on business. t' PROPERTY of the Perry Herald has gone from: the very best
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*: will .
the Florida O. P.
.Thera. be an 'opening" every : I Railway to the L. GUARANTEED
.,' Hon. J. M. "N_ Peacock, of Pine- day at the Bon Ton from: until WITHus. i & G.. in the capacity of clerk. and express -
> 20 YEARS JfVubbllUd
: mount is In the city today. Easter. low I agent.
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| ;;Line of embroideries in new'designs I S. P. Pellett of Gainesville a well WATCHES REPAIRED .
: The; big explosion Saturday night --
at'the Bon Ton./n/ postofflce was caused by a negra ushering in known printer and who is a memberof J
- block. / Easter with an anvil. "..C: EDWARDS REALTY CO. the Legislative Commitee from J. D. RADFORD,

Alachua county paid the Democrat
Mr. of office a pleasant call before going to ,
and Mrs. BarawelU. Alton. C. W. Hemming was up from
Lewin Room 3.
attended services at the Episcopal Wellborn yesterday on a visit to his Tallahassee yesterday.

church here'yesterday.; parents.
Senator W. K. Jackon and wife. Of .B. H. Eaton of Waycross was THE BEAR IDEA

Elder J. utter will fill the John Harrell's little daughter. Citrus spent several hours in the here today on a visit to his brother.

pulpit at the Second Advent Church Grjtchin is quite sick with fever, but city yesterady on their way to Tal- Conductor Bob Eaton of the L. O.

next Sunday at both 'services.W. is better this morning. lahassee. P. & G. B. H. formerly ran as

flagman on the Coast Line and ,has.

T. Gilk. in the employ:>> of the W. G. Whittle, deputy sheriff atPinemount I Mrs. H. J. Morris left for Jackson- any quantity of friends here.

Express company here spent "yesterday was here today on business ville yesterday to visit her sister
in Perry., .. I Mrs. J. J. Dixon. who is in a sanitarium Hon. R. J. McCutbern, of Pasco

/ : 1 there.H. county was here yesterday en route

Mrs. Bache has at the BQll. Tqn .,' If you want draying done or a to Tallahassee. While here he was
some beautiful laces and/(embroilu-:: trunk carried to the def t. right E. Barcus came up from Ter I the guest of his sister !>Mrs. H. E. r y

ries at very reasonable/prices. 26-4 qulck phone 129. W. \. Boatright. rell Saturday on a visit to his wife Whitfield. :Mr. McCutchern is'a memfber .- '
-, : / > i. V f and went to Fenholloway this morn- I of the legislature.
'Miss i>earl JUtman. of:Jasper, was Mrs. C. .f.. Bussejr went to Tampa! ing.. J
here today, en route .to .Madison. this morning to be absent about i Tomorrow is city election and we tSV
where she Is teaching.T three weeks. $2.50 wagon seats, new at J. M< want to bet that no man on the ticket -
i I
: I, Bailey's, the Auction Housef >for who is without an opponentwill
) of feeding Teddy with our good Ice
G.. Baxter and J.,. Whaley...of Sheriff;. C. H. Land, of.Mayo, was $1.50.' Other things in propptuon. be defeated. This is the kind of abet Cream seems an enormity. It wouldbe
o Uarybeile, were here today on business. here on official: business today continuing Be quick. r tf Horry Hair makes., and we thinkwe
have the really letting It. go to waste but
his Chipler 1' same right.
.ir* ->t ,;v -> ;.... A big rain, fell here last night then our Ice Cream very often does

H. E. 'Rutherf fa--br Luraville; R."A. Gray, secretary, and treasurer and has continued during the day G. O. Hlngson and brother will "go to waist" and the ladies waistsare

was in the. city.:yesterday a guest of: ot the Liev Oak Publishing Company the weather being exceedingly cool open a meat market on Pine streetin the ones that get the most of it

the Ethel. .... ?is in "Tallahassee on business and fears are entertained that a disastrous the near future. They have just No party or reception could be complete -

-:.. today. -I \ (- 1 I freeze will follow. returned from Jacksonville where without each guest having a

'. :J. Wr1 H nd of Mayo was a _.. d\.y. i .1 they purchased' the necessary toolsto dish '.!>r'ot1r'pure., delicious and comforting -

prominent visitor to Live Oak )'ester-I -When you need a pill take a pill;, James Dickinson, of Lake City work with. 'I Cream, which we make in a

day. ;;...- .. and be sure it's an Early Riser. was here today on a visit to relatives.Mr. variety of..flavors to suit all prefer
; They are sold here by City Phar- Dickinson was badly hurt last Hon. H. L. Avan a member of the 'I ences. Every Ingredient warranted.

H.. \v, Sn..eU. a prO lnel'' citizen macy. dw* year' and Is just recovering from his legislature from Columbia county Nut Cream 7'a quart; other

of Winter Haven, waS here Tester t ----r-i. It v. I injuries. spent Saturday night in our city the I flavors 50c quart; delivered anywhere -

daJ'1' :. Mrs. J. F. Stewar\ and her daughter. .---- guest of.his sister. Mrs. W. J. Harris i In city.lHorl .

__ it Miss Fay. are visiting relatives in Miss Maude Perkins who has been leaving Sunday morning for Talla-
Mrs. C. C. Carroll of-Madison;>was Live Oak this week.-Jasper Bannerof here several weeks on a visit to her hassee. o oM News Co.

.in 'the city 'yesterday",'and registered. Liberty. ; parents Mr. and :Mrs. Hardy Bryan, ,- !! 1llBook
at the Ethel. left for Baldwin yesterday to join The city editor of the Democrat ,

----' Especially recomended for Piles- her husband who is the telegraph operator -I spent Easter Sunday with Editor J.

TO RENT-Furntsbeti and 'unfurnished that is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch there. E. Pound's family at Perry, and of H. J. MORRIS

rooms, address "R" in care Hazel Salve.. Sold by City Pharmacy course was highly entertained by Contractor and
of Democrat, U dw* -KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the them. Mr. Pound is doing well in Builder
stomach and makes..thebreath as Perry, which will be good news for Apply for plans estimatesand
sweet as a rose. KODOL is sold by his many friends here.
J. A. Ledbetter and wife of Dr. Roy E. Chalker. of Lake City specifications.
druggists on a guarantee relief plan.It
Gainesville were in the city yester- who is one of the leading physiciansof conforms strictly to the National Office on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing.
4 the State was a guest. of the Ethel THOMPSON & WARRENDrays
T :t Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold by

---: yesterday. City Pharmacy. dw* and Delivery Wagons. ***$ti44 "ff4.llilllMHti : _
T. P., Dickert.came -
up from .,.'_..
F .Saturday..on a visit to his family.. Dr. A. S. York is in Tallahassee ;..Ii $.O REWARD Furniture moving a specialty.. DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR,
and returnedthis morning.j .. where; he expects to obWR f. a situ. i STOVE WOODAny :
'f =--- 't Uona: ,' lertj otn one of' thp legisla-! With io | | VETERINARY. : :
':''For the proof
.Cpnjtahfe Morgan was here; this tjjV\ 'cogtni.tteesTbe. 'gen al doctotpas (length delivered to any part
'U: I iafirnJag.wita.Sai Alien: coloredfcbargedswith. had) ,position'! he' seek for a person or persons coun erfelUngBarclay's Solicits your patronage-Office ,
'' KamfoPhenol.1912t of city, promptly., Givelus your at residence-Phorxe
selling; crosst tlespotbelonging jumbeVof years, and we trust he will: ; ; : (Crujga) 148 "
fill BARCLAY & GROOVER. busines. Phon' 55. 1IIIIIIIIItll.ll".I'.lf
to him. againlbe chose Into the>same;



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I FLORIDA There wilt be a meeting .of the

t4 SCHEDULE. 1 1C1NN ,i Sea Island Cotton Association of Su j

wannee County at court house on Saturday
ON S. A. L. BT. AND A.
CI'S WITS ALL TRAINS t April %.. All local clubs are
soon taro DOWJL CDft o 'rOIL requested to meet at their place of

t Nw L I meeting Friday. April 12. at four SNOW

Mail Local Fgt to get the
K1 .drgtN DaiJ.T'E&oept o'clock,and requested -
Daily aDd STATIONS. Erand Except I amount of cotton planted and grade :-
:. ExP 8L DaiI7. Satday. I
1 hodaJ' Dail7. of fertilizer used and how-piuch and

send in ,a report of same with all 4

---'Li.Oak---"'... .- =Ar.1050. m 6 to put dues not yet turned over to the county -
pmL -
imam I
Ly P T.. 10 SO III 610 pm with names of those paid as the t
1 iO s 114 II III officers are crowd- -
} ._ ......__-Lr.10 ZZ am' 80 1'11I Central Association for Rheumatism Cote.
05 am Eb4Dm.L!'- ? Stt Ing us up for all dues for 1907. and A Sure Cure Sprains. Wound* Q|} 4
.. ''' "" -- -LY.I 20. m 445 pm
.t m as1DmLr---? ,sqme of the clubs have not made a Sores Corns Bonkant,

se.s. as IS p III L.,. K.irf "" L". 10 10 a.. 4 .0 II III report of any thlnr.:yet. If you can't o-n.. Bra! **.Bunts Contracted Scalds Mntclta etc. Lam Back.. Stiff- Jdcta

e a 111 II 1ft Ar. __ wileurth_?...._. ....... .Ly. 10 80 a m 120 II" send delegates to.the county association TrwUd AN Feet.ANTISEPTIC, that, atop Irritation, subdue Inflaa. *. '

110. m L. -W.lmarth.--Ar.-o send your report to.ihe county nation and drive out Pain.

1, Ar_.... _Lura"ille.- -....- secretary at Live Oak. PENETRATES the Pore, loosen the Fibrous Tnsats.yremcte .
tIe. m L. -- l_ .Lam6,.--- to a his alrculatiea of the- Blood erring the Moacis*
t So a Hoping for a full attendance
__Wilm&Jlth.. Mtaral el&Jti ty. "
Ar. __..__ -' meeting remain.
a \ .. Ar. county we ON EARTH
107. lit 415 D m lEST
2e L"???---- ------ wil7rth
U 00 a 4 pm Yours to serve
mT, .--81111"an-Ri.er_......_L.. 1 61'a m 4'U II';' CHESHIRE. President. ONCf TRIED ALWAYS' USEDCURED .
M. J.
II I' a P 2.a

i II 10 a m 1.2& II 18\1.\ ... _---- -----Noroo-S.2u -L.. 115 a m I n II m Wf D. WHATLEY. Secretary. SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

...... .L..
--- .14.,w -- '" """ 0 1& a at 14i II 1ft

11.It a a lit m p .._.-...,.-......-->>.J.. .?. ._? .ir.- .. A Card Mr*.*.A.AbipMft. 900 Craft St.Kaorrille,

--.Alta.-2.1 .? ? L.. This Is to certify that all druggists Teaa.write*s "I kv b"* tryiag the.b&thsol'
1. M a m' IL. ... ---. Aita.... ... ._? refund Hot Sprixf Arfc. far.acUtie rkettmatt.m1 but Icd
I11 a m art authorized: to your moneyIf
relief from Ballard's Sa.
11 05. a .... .-.--_...._V.JOo..... ..___..__....._.__.._Ly.j Foley's Honey and Tar falls to tkaa seaS WIT mV4kU er'ajtytbiar I line w ever.Ltnimtnt tried.

1110 m 4 q p m'Lv.' --...... ? :10.- ? .-Ar. 'S1. m i &0.p m11&m cure your cough or cold. It stops ,Imcl cd f.& yostofiw order for jl.OO. Send me

j L' !::..f "'" .i:, I U II" the cough heals the lungs and prevents large Wttl by 3at3urm $zpreu.'* .
U a 4 &t p m .11113s .
lO ,,1..._ ....,.-....Salttr4 ? r--- .-L.. lIS a. i..11 P"U serious results from a cold. THUEK SIZES:. ..r2..5Oc AND $1.00
1j1pm --L.. Cures la grippe coughs and precents ae auaE Y." 'ftT me; ocrtuwieBdlard ;.
L.__. Id-- 1 N a m 145 pili
'4 S 111." -A.2.:
I L. Cbar .... ....L.. 100&m! 'IS P mUN pneumonIa and consumption. Contains Snow Liniment Co.
U54 a m 117 p m no opiates. The genuine is in -
L. K: _L-9. .51. m I 1p o ST. Louie u. >tr A.
,e Refuse substitutes. -
a lIT.m a yellow package.
L"---Faabdi.wy---__...Lv. Ei a a 111 p mU14 City Pharmacy.dw.
1211 a a III p m
m'L'-. .-.. Dr"L... 115 a m 116.m .-
a m 145 p tees
.M m 111 p t .. *OLD AND RZCOMM=LADED fY
I .
In Past Month 40 Germans, and 7
4 W TeI..1a er?eIeII....S\a"t.. U) Flag Station. (r) Rq\a*. W R.tal.r S.... (a) Scotchmen Anived.I Suwannee Drug Company
ApaQ T. !. J.1IfO.. S.p.i r..4 .L .

? .... Qe&aR rr LaLt Columbus: Ga.. March 30.-During
the past month about 40 German- For Clerk, Assessor and Treaaorer.I For Bond Trumet.I .
speaking immigrants and seven
Scotchmen have arrived In Columbus. hereby announce myself a candf- I hereby announce myself ujcandidate

all the were: cite for City Clerk, Treasurer Mod tor ye-election to the oC
Gulf Practically new-comers
Live Oak Perry & of bond Trustee, subject to
given work Immediately upon arriral..uoat Tax Assessor, ..ub10 city prlIQ.arJ'to

of the German-speaking Immigrants be held April the 'second DOT.and Democratic city primary.

{ .. Railroad Company. have positions with local tex- : solicit.'the,-.upport. of all the, CART .... 1URDEL

tile industries. qualified TOters.

aCflEUUU.. "KCT1Va. MOYEKBE&. J. H. UcCULLERS. Don't Put off

i An Insidious Danger *

I. =, One of the worst features of kid- For, Marvhah for tomorrow what you can do!

., and P H Paaer I Frt and Peas. STATIONS.N. Pall u1 PaM Fri and PaM p....... ney trouble is that it is an insidious I announce myself a candidate for day. If you put off buying a bo

.. 1 N. 6 No. i No.. I. No. 4. N. 1 disease and before the victim realizes re-election tq the office of City Mar- of Ballard's Snow liniment, wh
!..l.SIJDda Only IMi17:.Sn Daily 1Li1..a Ave Slift. OnlM. his he have fatal mala- that pain comes won't have
-- danger may a shal of Lire Oak. subject to the actionof you
A.: .. P. M. P.M.. P. M. A. N A. YLrsy.
-.. Lea. Ani. Am.. Arrive dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the the City Democratic primary elec- buy a bottle today. A positive eu
00 265 110 _Liv.0ak_._ 430 1.51 I.a
11S 1.08 254 ._Eotkt &ak._ 411 931 1.28 first sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities tion. I thank you for past favors, for Rheumatism Burns Cu
.118 '-II I0 ._. Starr_._. s 412 11.21 11.140
and prevents. Bright'sdisease Sprains,' Contracted Muscles etc.,
.2! s.1 J 01 _Mercer_ .01 Lit 9.20a25 and solicit your support.
'.11 Iii ..- lau.--.. 4. 1.11. ill and diabetes. City Pharmacy W. H. LYLE. S. Graham. Prairie Grove, Ar
.914 1.11 220 Latcaster._ Iii: 1.00 11.08
Ar. P'O. Ar 1.3i A.r. I 40 Park.L.. 248: Lr9.5I L.L00 dw* writes; "I wish to thank yon f
L. 1 15 L. l.iO L.. & 10 Doling #r129 Ar ...__ _
r.e 4 iii .....aaanq_ S sa 1.1' .....__ For Alderman. Ward No. 1. the good results I received fro
112 .?= .?...._ 4 11 --Bell.- 3 30 I.U ............ TO AUGUSTA GA. Snow Liniment It positively c
157 _:_ 129 Yale JIIQ\tieJl a 2S 8.12 ..... .... I hereby announce myself aa a

.atO .._--t:: : 4u0 _....D.,_.. Iii Lv9.09 ............ Daily through Pullman buffet candidate_ for Alderman from Ward me of Rheumatism after Others
1 11! Ar sleeping car leaves Jacksonville. Fhu. No.1, subject to the action of .the failed. Sold by Suwannee Dr
: : ::--==::= : :: :-i; 2c 212 i:: ::::::::::: at 8:05 p. m.. 'via Atlantic "CoastLine Company. ddOLtiJ4JlOIiEl ,
.Smith... .. 1 Democratic city primary.
i : g ::=== S g :Fenhollowa2? :; ti :.=:: and arrives Augusta the next S. J. WHITE. '

tI: 50)o '-'-'-'- Ar. 6 40 _Perry. .,. Lv Ar 21s 2 4o LAr..l0 ;too :::::::. morning at 7:40 a. m. For Pullman --

2i.. .?.- Hamp\oQ 'P' Lv.2 05I1iAYG ........_ reservations the Atlantic Coast R
..::::.::::. see For Alderman, Ward No. 2.
Line agents or write to Frank C. Appreciating the confidence reposed Cur* Celd.t Pr.reats Paw4aesia

and ALTON Boylston District Passenger Agent in me In the past I hereby announce -

_WEST HOUND E4CT ROnloln Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville myself a cautidate for reelection PROFESSIONAL CARDS. -

.1 Psp..av Prt and Fase''''Frt.and PaR STATIONS.Frt.. aml pu.'Frt.' .M Pa..f' P..enterreNo. Florida. as Alderman from Ward No. C.S.3aowit. F.E.ltioraa9
5. N. 7 N. 9 .No..i Nw 16 Nw The Price of Health. 2, subject to the action of the Democratic .
Su.da, Only Deily.x SIIIL IMi17_ ez SUB Dai17.x San IMllJ ox SaIL Suoday..... Only "The price of health in a malarious city primary election. BROWN & THOMAS01
P. M. A.9. "p.---: A. M.. P. M. A. i-
.1;.? Leos\ l ten Arrives Arrive ArriY. district is just 25 cents; the cost ofa J. M. BARCLAY
\ 8.iO 190 ..::13 Downes Park .ia 8.10 9.11 1.1Ii box of Dr King's New Life Pills:'

4.03 US ua 919 US.40 14..0 Clark J.nction U1 US 1,20 9.38 8,25I writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark. For Alderman, Ward Ko. 2. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
125 1.38 6.01 Peterson .35 1.00 8.18 The friends of J. C.
..., 10.00 a 5.50 M. o. .20 2.48 1.07Ar..43 New Life Pills cleanse gently and Impart an-
Ar lQ"1' ArW AltoD' L. 1.00 L. 1.38 L. 1.00 new life and vigor to the nounce his name as a candidate for EOAL, t t s FLORIDA
P. M. A. M. P. 14. A.. M. P. M A. Y.S sys-
tem. 25c. Satisfaction Alderman from Ward No. ,2'; subject
Regular atop. Connection made at Dowhn Park for an train to and from Live Oak.and Perry DR J. W. WEST
to Democratic
city .
j I For information a*ta connection with etbrr. IUMO. 'pfaone er call ea General Paaeen- Agent Barclay & Groover' druggists. dw s primary.For
'pbot.147. lkwlingBlilding.Liv.Oak.:
THOMAS DOW LING.PraatdeBt. R P HOPKINS. General Paaaeneer Agent ANNOUNCEMENTS. Alderman, Ward No. 3. Physician and Surgeon.Office .

The friends of Prof. J. E. Wood Carroll
: Building. Ohio Avena
For : take this method of announcing his
Mayor.I Residency at Ethel Hotel.
hereby announce myself a candidate candidacy for Alderman from Ward
Pbost: -Oise..M 168.
AtianticCoastLineFAMOUS No. 3. subject to the-action of the
for the office of Mayor subject Residence.N .. 23 cr lies
to the city primary to be held April Democratic city primary. Drug Store (Barclay&Groover)No

2. 1907. J. B. JOHNSON For Alderman, Ward No. 4. E. BROOME i

The 'friends of D. M. ,
_- For Mayor. Byrd announces -
The friends: of Col. M. E. Broome him as a candidate for Alder

ennounce him as a candidate for reelection man from Ward No. 4, subject to the ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW

TRAINS.New as Mayor of the City of Live action of the Democratic city primary LIVE.OAK. : FLORIDA.

Oak subject to the city Democratic election.
Win practice la all the eeurta ef the Sta.... s
primary election. ialatUntwn given U Conveyance: .
For Alderman Ward No. 4. of Recta Etc. AH buaiDse promptly
ad ta. -1
The friends of D. G. Bardin
For City Clerk, Treasurer and TaAssessor. : : N.TA&T PUBLIC STAn AT LABCB.
nounce him as a candidate for Alder _

York and Florida Special I hereby announce myself. a candI- man from Ward No. 4, subject to the L. M. DIXON,
action of the
Democratic .
city primary
date for City Clerk Treasurer: and

Leaves Jacksonville wily except Sunday ] Tax Assessor subject to the city election and solicit for him the DENTIST.

primary in April. support of the voters of the city. %
12:50 p. M.. for all points East. Solid
In :
making this
Pullman. announcement I For Alderman Ward No. 5. ,
want to express my sincere appreciation The friends of
..... Capt. W. J. Hillman --
to the voters of our city for past take this method of announcinghim T. J. LYLE

( '. .' favors and to earnestly solicit you as a candidate for Alderman

i support In the coming primary. from Ward No. 5. subject to the Practical

u Yours to serve Democratic city primary election. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Qhicagond Florida Limited For Alderman at Large.Dr. 35 year's experienceGood

., City Tax Collector. T. S. Anderson is hereby announced stock of Watches always on bandit .|

I hereby announce myself a candidate by his friends as a candidatefor

Daily Solid Vestibule leaving Jackson- for re-election to the office of Alderman from this city at Large E. Ro._.. A. B. SpOBERSON .

vile 9:30 A. M.;: for all points West. City Tax Collector. Thanking the subject to the city Democratic prim, & SMALL,

Coach. on this train. also. voters for past support and pledging ary. JLv

faithful discharge. of duties if '
.J. For
-:- -:-
elected., I am; respectfully
I hereby announce myself as a

For rates t Pullman reservations, and all other detailed. information J. S. KINKA1D. II I I candidate for Alderman 'from the Will do general Federal practice State aDd
write or call on Clty'at Large subject to the Demo?
t FRANK C. FOlEY5I1ONEYANbTAR cratic city primary. Boors axe S [Ut STAOta). L WWTBONB Buu.ptra
BOYLSTON Dist. Pas*. Agent, A. C. L.. Jaekson-jue. Fla.
I. I&U4f..,__.. N..piG'"' F. ROBERTSON.. No." 190.


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Lobby man in his shop. =IWIII! I:1I1I1111I1: II II I I! :iI! 1 iIlI i II II 111111111:11; : 1IdIIIlIIIIIIIULH::
The vital question to be asked
UveOakBrokerage i SCommissionCo.Flour about the hobby man are: (1.) Whatis I NOTICE '
his hobby! (2.) What is the gen-
I eral character of the man as indicatedby J
To Contractors and Prospective Builders: ; .
his hobby! Remember that there

Cigars are wise hobbies hobbies and.and Ijobbies., fpolish There bobbies are; THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO.

Anita Fernandez I:good hobbies and bad hobbies; and
Snoiflalc, Comet, OWisi :the general nature of a man may be will furnish you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand "

II determined by the nature of his hob Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.
by. Jesse James had a hobby as well
When you eat !good br such as these brands I as Abraham Lincoln and in each OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.

case the nature ot the hobby wasa
bake and drink a cup of coffee of IMPERIALmake fair index to the character of its

Smoke of this owner. The Moroccan bandit'Raia- 1 The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. I Itll
Chew Taffy Gum, Cigars uli, and Joseph -Folk of Missouri
Raisuli's I I I 111I11I1PIIlImum; : I'! I I I I I
both have their hobbies; but I IIIIIII"I I ; 11111"\ III I II r
branch If you don't, you ought to feel like'a new hobby is graft and robbery while

that of Folk is anti-graft and Justice.
man.' One man may make law and order

his hobby while the nihilist chooses C. E. Humphreys
the opposite for a hobby By all

Coffee means insist that a man have a hob
Chewing Gum by-that he stand for something, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ..

Globe Imperial work for something, and then insist
Tola ,
Taffj that his hobby be a good one.-
Santa Rosa Star.Kennedy's Proprietor

Florida Novelty Works

Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. -The pleasant cold Laxative remedy Cough that Syrup.expelsthe

cold through its action on the See me before building your house. Everybodyelse
bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy. dw*
-" does.
r traffic, 1 also deem It proper to i
peat my recommendation to the pr;
The :Man With a Hobby. !'glclature veering the of Railroad 1905 In Commission regard to em-to fit up I In Your Laundry Work I Ir Residence and office, Phone 188.
The man with a hobby often l
Fake suitable, provisions for the 111a.
in for deal of abuse by pepie
a good of did .
ectio of the physical condition
who'have no hobby and who hay .tuld r
railroads in the State. I also ;I I I
not an adequate conception of whit > .reommend that the railroad laIi City of Live Oak Suwannee County
means to have a hobby. Howeve!mpanies doing business in this 8t&.t.113 J. .F. WEBB Florida to be held on the fiat Tuesday -
the who really nnderstan;, to the ih in ,' D. the
people r required to make a report PAP )R JIANOER and DECORATORWill May A. 19 01. at
what a hobby Is, and what it mean llroad Commission every six months Council Chamber and in manner and
to the life of the individual and t the number of engines and-.ears of tn, be glad to furnish estimate form as prescribed by law, the following -
the world for men to have hobble::e several classes and kinds, ,and t\ I on work, and will guarantee satisfaction municipal officers of said
are more considerate of the hobb elr condition and location. and the 19 II at best prices. Reference: S. City are to be voted for and elect
man. punt of their terminal trackage and Waster I A. Hinely. Lire Oak. Call at Demo- tc-wit. A Mayor a Clerk Treasurer
facilities. The power of.the .tf
Webster defines "Hobbyhorseas"a ''I iUlroad' Commission aa to the en- PJs crat office. and Assessor filled by same person;
favorite and everrecurrintheme in a Tax Collector a Marshal and
trcement of the rules and orders | rigard C. W. WILSON
of discourse, thought, or e to the payment of demurrage .- Sanitary Inspector, filled by same per-
fort. Then, a hobby means no mOl.r delayed freight ursuPDlY of frf'JI1)L r, TAILO R. son; and an Alderman from Ward
nor less than an open and deflnll""and all immortal men of science No. 1; an Alderman from Ward No.
plan of work with a love and a zeal and letters had their hobbles Savon- 2; an Alderman from Ward No. 3;
for that work that keeps it always In arola, Martin Luther, and all of the: we feel sure we can give you the Tailoring done at Rubenstein's Guar- an Alderman from Ward No4;
satisfaction. There is an antee store.
the foreground of thought'and effort great religious reformers had their: greatest an Alderman from Ward No. 5; an
until it la accomplished. Someonehas hobbies; even the man Christ had his I added stiffness and a glorious gloss tion guaranteed. Alderman from the City at Large;
our work that enhances the I II I
said with reason that a hobby is hobby, to which he devoted his whole put upon also one Bond Trustee to fill ex-
I and lengthens the life of CITY BARBER SHOP.We .
essential to the success of any man; life., pppearance 1 pired term of C. A. Hardee. Alder
linen. Bring your Shirts, ColLars -
for no man can succeed in anything Take the men of today who are your White and have opened up a barber shopoa i man from Wards Nos. 3 and 4, to
Handkerchiefs '
unless he zealously pursues that making themselves felt In the world, Ohio avenue, in the Whit building -; fill unexpired term, caused by removal -
Fane Vests, Wash Ties, etc., to our
thing-unless he makes it an "ever- and who are making the world better i, and solicit the patronage ot the from Wards and resignation
Laundry, and you will have them
recurring theme of discoure thought, for their presence, and they: are all and carefuly done in a satisfactory white people. Shop is newly fitted of Incumbents. -
or effort. Success is wary of the hobby men. Thomas A. Edison quickly np, and everything kept neat and Given under my hand and seal
at a satisfactoryI
half-hearted, luke-warm individual. President Elliot of Harvard University manner clean. the 21st. day of March A. D. 1907
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"Because thou are neither hot nor Theodore Rosevelt-all these (Seal) M. E, BROOME
cold, but only luke-warm, I will spew are men with hobbies. In fact, the McQueen & Griffin.MAYOR'S .l Mayor City of Live Oak
thee out of my mouth"' To have a man without .a.hobby is a man with- Suwannee County Florida.
hobby then means to be positive and i out a purpose; he' is either a non live Oak Steam Laundry. PROCLAMATION.Notice t Attest:
,not neutral or merely .negative-to entity or a m ch\ne.-a'better one of Is hereby given that at the S. P. MAYS, Clerk
stand for, aim at. and work for some-i,which can be manufactured by the 1 PHONE 139. next General City Election of the Live Oak Florida.

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;UNCLE Joie IN HAVANA. ....................... ... .....-.... ............. ....... >- -

oj'I.- ,, Mils J.- .x'' .'; .: i-- ,,' -
.. ;;.G Ps;
With His Crowd of Congressmen.ttu .'", .k'-. ) "" ... '
'II\ Soh.:1 "
". )f .D.T.-tt. t ate r """. ;
s '4 Are Seeing-tbeVoH4.Havana. 'r: ptlla'? ? '... '
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\ April. <,II. ',.r The..,., 0.steamer... ... T'rJ'l'-h ; < ; Q'flor L'.IF : :

113Iiecher..."with peaker Cannon., and has. situi, 7 icgi teliatnte I 1TpIg;

lots congressional. party onboard ) : : ,; .
The. visi o ., .
arrived here from Colon. :_ .. '
tor/were' revived, by GOT. Magoon ; ; : : '. .
)3y Rev.. Caleb A.. 'Ridley : '
at tile>ala e"Sai day afternoon. A : . S : -/ __ _
r : r' =
band played in the palace
t Cpbaa: ..4. *

.the garden congressmen' during.'the were. reception shown the. ?4; Is a book.that ,every ::citizen oLSuwWnee :County should;feel 'a. personal pride in* --Foe; .-

lna Mayor special Cardenes.-car.. by GOT., ; Nunez: ,and I i :, more than two years Mr. Ridley has' given himself, unselfishly to the, upbuilding *oil% e : I

1 Rt"gU.Jar'isit by WeilKnownSpecialist. I Oak and the .surrounding .county. He has been behind .almost .every enterprise; /commercial _-.


Dr.. Armstrong, of Jacksonville,i il as well as religious, during this. ,time, and with public address, pen and:sermon. ,: has ':beef a ;}

'!'Ii- known who become the citizens well and tof.our favorably town\ I tireless advocate of all_that was upbuilding .and uplifting. But his greatest e fprt, literary ,

}'1.; and galar.county professional win In visits future.tfcLive make Oak re- i i and otherwise,. is-seen, In "THE LITERATURE OF LIVING/' There isn't a dull line' {_'rI >

: upon Dr. Armstrong the first Tuesday has performed of each month.some I in it. ",. The humor, .pathos, anecdote: .and fun are :all clothed in elegant English; the 'book is ':

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'&k:! radical wonderful cases cures of nervous in some and of the stomach most dedicated to Capt. Hillman,. one pf our own_ Suwannee. '. citizens. ". and several' of the,f scenes are. :'ii :,

e.. trouble known as by the the NeurologicaJ new drugless).treatment system: i : .1 laid. in' our own,section.: The Democrat reefs-such a j just pride in the .production that. it torch :"-

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::,i,'. instructions By this system are, cl when( se'lygfpllowed treatment; .andadiered and, : .. po'ses'to, carry.this1: ad. in its columns until every man. in 'Suwannee:county j .mayQhave; an op- '-.

:;. ; favorable, to.results be.,,,rarefy.and} II.any.caSe3:,.falls. to get in I t i' portunity' of "securirlgf the 'book! 'It ,may be .thisof ice,. or. by ,calling .onMr.. -Ridley., '.

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; a lcag very standing short. tlme'though may not respond cases. soquietly. of .It at his home, for the insignifican price of ONEDOLLAR, or ,may have it Sent, post-paid, ".

;F ryt- Dr Armstrong. has one case Mrs. I 2 to any address, for the same amount. Get one at once and you will never regret it.'I .

'I ; D. E. Law. of Jasper who bad suffered

r.{ for six years. with the most
;': radical( forms of nervousness and Price One
Dollar Post-paid
w:: most severe, excruciating pains infcer'

t\ eyes and had been' advised bv; 'I ,
; of the thej ,
'V specialists old school that

k: only .thing that, would help her was Address: DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLA.. '

11: = an operation Dr' Armstrong took .i. : : :

{'., this ease a year and a half ago, and . ; . . . .. . . . .. . .

.. by his system of Neurological treatment -, il44>'iuSH.tu.u..t II IIi_ 8........". ...1.1.11.. .. 11.1"...It.. ..... ...tit. i.t .u J at .
fi. the pain had entirely ceased I
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r I-.t in:two or three weeks' time, and one I ""'! 'He .r.. '
;\" J .or her eyes, which was practically I Sunday than any living American ins county was here Saturday *n I! i M IM HM 11 M 1111' > Til M M > III IMIMMIMM IM Hi'
minister. It Is to be regretted that route to TalahasM. )Ir. Carter i
i. t r blind! today has very good vision. I
:1s we cannot seat all the people who was deposed by the Governor several
> By this system he handles one of I I
will want to hear this great man. month* ago oat a charger of being I SEABOARD
the most
dreaded .
:: diseases known, tot I I
;' j the human race- epilepsy (or falling Baptism Sunday night I I I negligent In bis dutle In not pre

"' fits 'Yendoc'th lypching of negro In
) The, doctor baa patients ,
KODOL is a thorough stomach reuet. ttat; county..'**TW cafe wll! be carried ,
!" whose names he would not like, to Airline i
out It digests what you eat and before the Be6kfe. unleatbe Gov- :. Railway
five in public, whom he has
", cured right! ,in this section of .the gives the stomach rest and assists in ernbr re-ln>taeblta today. For Columbia
Savannah Camden Southern Pines 1
; ,
its activity ,
lZ .l country, and who have given him the restoring it to normal : ,
;f"$E privileges of using their names. and'usefulness. KODOL is sold on a Those who contemplate sending: I Raleigh, ; Washington, Baltimore,

t Cross-eyes S rarely: ever fall to come I guaranteed relief[ plan by City Pharmacy. out circulars fob the spring trade I Philadelphia and New York.THREE .

? straight after a short period of treatment dw.]I should callttponi write Geo. Butler i ;

;'. ': fl by the modern system of at the Democrat office. In LIvf i ELEGflNT TRfllNS Dfll r
h Optbalmology.. -Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough Oak. He has vanPrinted list of SS,-

i As the demand for the Doctor's Syrup. Children like Its pleasant I 000 white citizens of, Florida from : Seaboard Florida

:.". t f services has become so great, it has taste. Contains no opiates but drives 38 counties and.45 0 postofflces. most I Limited
.. f ciade it necessary for the Doctor to the cold out through the bowels. of whom are farmers, fruit and '
associate Made conformity to Pure Food and able | Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail t
a well-known and renowned growers. The price is Teget'I> 'I
Drugs Law. Recommended and sold
't.' specialist one' of the leading medical for the ,entire U& postpaid. --- -- a.

ff doctors in.Florida. With this associate by City Pharmacy. dw I Ilit. Modern : Pullman : Equipment. '

1 the Doctor will be prepared S. L. Bowen, of ,
Wayne W.
: J. E. King, who is DOW manager of i
to handle any complications of the Ca.* writes: **I was a sufferer from The Seaboard
Florida Limited
a cigar store at Columbia, S. C., is \
ear, and
nose throat, as the demand Kidney .
disease so that at times I
here on a week's visit to Mr. Rich- The
has become quite extensive for treat- ard's could not get out of bed, and when Only'Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train between -

___ : ment along these lines. Keep.this ,in family.the employ Mr. King of the was Suwannee formerly 1 did, I could not stand straight. I St. Augustine Jacksonville and New York via Richmond -*
in mind. Dr. Armstrong and his as and
sociate will make Drug Co. in Live Oak. and hi dollar Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. M.,
regular professional
visits and be prepared to handle- friends are glad to greet him. an cured a and Jacksonville 12:40 P. M.- daily, including Sundays.
to know that he is prospering In me entirely. Foley's Kidney -
any diseased condition of the eye Cure works wonders where others .

ear, nose or throat, on dates named South Carolina.- are total failures. City Phar-> The Jamestown Exposition tin

l the first Tuesday of each months .
.: macy, .
John H. Powell, W. L Roach, J. dw
'! These professional visits will alwaysbe Lee Ensign and W. C. Powell stock NORFOLK \/jOnly \. ;
made In person and the doctor will I
w holders of the Dowling Lumber & Senator John R. Willis, of Levy line operating daily
: through 1
be Sleepers from
by his associate. All fees Jacksonville to New
Naval Stores Co.. arrived here thisnoon county, arrived here Saturday night, ) I Orleans. For full information and Sleeper reservations
and charges. reasonable for servicesrendered. ,: and left on a special for the and was met here by his father, < > agent of Seaboard or write, call on any 'i

: Park' Capt. Tilt. of Tlf on. another Judge Willis, now of Dowling Park ; .I S. C. COYLSTON. JK.- Asat GenL Pass,Agent, Jacksonville Fla. 11
1 stockholder,. arrived here yesterday, and they went down to that placeyesterday .
.w At the II 1111111111 . II
Baptist Church. II II II II I .
and is at the Park where the meeting on a visit to Mrs. G. G.j II III II Ii
'h: Yesterday was a good day at the -'
"t will take place today. Jackson a sister of the Senator, and For Alderman Ward No. 3.
Baptist church.
. All the services
t well attended and two brothers, who are sojourning The friends of Prof. J. E. Wood ( ncky. after spending the winter y.
considerable in ,
'.' terest manifested Dr. Armstrong had two/ patients there Senator Willis Is a new mann .take this method of announcing his the latter'g parents Mr. and M.-
tire day The Sunday-school the. enf .Who were badly crosa-ey&l less than I the Senate but he promises tot candidacy for Aldermen from Ward i **- F. Ingersoll. Mr. L. was. plea 3

f the largest it has been for several was three months ago. In this* own. and make his mark there.. One thing It-NTo. 3. subject to the action of the ( with the people' nd business ail

f months. Brother Ridley's class today their eyes are perfectly certain, he can never be budged from I!Democratic city primary. outlook of Live Oak so much BO tiu]

than filled the class room and so more did straight. The age of one sVi bout 30, what be thinks is right and he will! For may return next fall, and go b
I Mr. Tucker's. The and the other about 20 era. He never have any fear of advocating} Alderman Ward Xo. 4. the mercantile business here and hi
Sunday-school has the The friends of D. 1.. Byrd announces
right after
collections was excellent also. For many others under treatmentwhose ._ .'1- him that having baged aboa
as a candidate for
; troubles Alderman quails
- are gradual but during
the c1.
the season, he
.., quarter just ending the school surely Capt. GaJ)! from Ward No. 4, subject to the not resist
\> has met all expenses, and given $50 responding to the non-opera I Tilt"and wife; of Tifton. the temptation to mal
tive for in the action of the Democratic city prim- this hia
:. to missions. The outlook is treatment cross-eyes. were city yesterday and went future home where native ha
.' gratifying. Indeed. very down to Dowling:Park to spend the iry election. made a climate eviable to those thi

Chap.. Tedder came up from Fen- day and last night. live la one that
,.T The Baptist Young People's Union Capt Tift is For Alderman Ward No. 4. registers below cei
holloway this morning and is being one of the few men in this Mr. L. Is a merchant of
. Is the
; country
taking abo
" on new life, and enthusiasm The friends of D. G. Bardin
announce -
.', and promises to be of great service greeted by his many friends here. who Is wealthy and' possessed of an him as a candidate for Alder. named plan ,and says he will have J

k to the pastor and church.. Mr. Tedder la now making his homeat unbounded Influence one of the finest [nan from Ward No. 4, I bring his two faithful clerks with hl3
subject to the
:t-'.". Following the meeting of the Tampa, but we notice that when cities Georgia being named after should he. decide to return, next fal

::, young people, the pastor spoke on the ever he visitsJacksonville he registers him. and yet he is one of the most Little Edmonia Hair aa'an Wlit arrived he
t' 'Work of the Church and How to Do from Live Oak. This is a easily approached d men in the land. party Saturday evening, and her from Quitman, Ga.,
sensible Idea. People from Live Oak I Mr. Tift., guests played today on a visit
It. The talk was very plain and we- .ventqre, to assert, has games and hunted J her parents. Rat and Card
, practical. but the response was en are always In good standing in Jack had more men in his employthan Easter eggs laid by rabbits. It was I Grnbb. Mrs. Conner Mrs. ba

'', couraging: to the church. The pastor sonville. any other man In Georgia or Florida one of the pleasantesj little gather friends in has none
4--: and the humblest lags ever held in : Oak, and they will
made an appeal to the unchurched of them can approach Live Oak, and the be glad to
to'take a stand and show where they Rev. C C, Cecil who has beenholding him, and he will be treated tots enjoyed themselves. Among meet her again.

were. Following the appeal, fivecame a protracted meeting In the I right. If the whole country had employers those present were Blanche, George e \nLL"PRESE.'TnSESSES.

; forward andasked, for membership Methodist church here for two weeks !. HkevCapt Tift.ptbere would and Robert Westmorel nd, Ira J. .'

? ,.three by letter and two by hap past closed the same yesterday, and be no labor troubles. We are also Carter Jr., C. B. Coates. Marion Sessions (Continued from, page oae.) 9
ti. tism., This ;makes.nineteen who have left for his hlme in Fort Meade this Informed and we believe anthora- Elizabeth White, Louise Coachman court. Mr. Hartridge said he cae
't joined during March. morning. The meeting bar proveda thel)", that Mr Tift takes great In- Pete Porter. Ruth Coachman.. recall no such Instance '

Everything points to a good meetlag success In every particular, therehaving terest in the families of his employees Mildred Smithson and Grace Hem j Asked If his associate counsel >>r'I '

when Dr. Broaghton comes two been forty-two additions to, and never falls to see that Immediate ming. The party were entertained I. not Informed him of Thaw's wi.h

; "weeks from now,, Dr. Broghton lcertainly the church, and yesterday themanlfieent -,s wants we. provided for. The_ by Ruth Harvardvyinton Carter .and along this line. )b: Hartridge was

one .of the greatest of Jiving a:: sum of $1.135 was subscribed slo kare nefei neglected, brit! h;r. JJjrtl CCreekmor. L.- '"" *"\ fenced by; an-objeetfbn by Attorfti

preachers in any denomination rt r- for evangelistic work Instil';" Siii. MN. Tift 5JUi\ angel' of I .
and preached: to'more people each Ceo =-p.. ;: is entitled to all the praise that can Mr. and Mrs. i&vls j Tconuathsr6n4L'Dir: .J *fome thereupci
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former sheriff of CIi t- bebestowed upon her. 1 1 this."!-Id he would undertake furt$9Across
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