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 2, 1907
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


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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Gentlemen of the Senate and House TI.'JaJaaaee.' n&' :.. April J.--TIl .

t Representatives! LegislalureRlp :formally organise

As directed by the Constitution,. tr here- today:jrt eleven o'clock, and then

ciih submit for your' eonsidertrthe the-public-$ gather only for an

-. following information coaieralng hour/ or *o,to listen to the speeches

tie condition ,of the!! State I bf'nomination and acceptance of the

ad my recommendations- tn regard I prestdiBgT Afdeer. of the two bodies

suck measures as I: deem expedl- : The..ctaaf organization of'the Senate,
Int aad\\proper to call, to your at tenton -:
$ and:House took place last night"'tnthettjemocrat
and consideration, at this time.
j caucus
The 'various ,departments of' the .
tate Government and the Boards. I The,attempt made early in the day

Bureaus and Institutions connected yesterday, tq get out a candidate

herewith have submitted to you reports against .il n., W. ,Hunt Harris for

of the conduct and managementf President of'.the Senate and one to

> the varieus Interests committed to oppose H '.. E.-S.: Mathew. of Bradford -

Deli setting forth the condition and 'for Speaker of the Homie-'wa: *

jrogress of the various matters under r u'succes rut and both these ''gen'tleirJ -

sir cue. : went to'the' efucu last night
at ,
Florida, has had unexampled pros
r1tT'and,material advancement stncere / ni. fita6 fjoppon nt*. They were both

1ut'"salon .f the Legislature; o"na.tec1'lii, acclamation. Hon. W.

Kiad It marvelous natural resources \ R. Dorman. of this county seconded
and adaptability for such varied pursuit the nomination,of Hon E. Mathiws.and .

and industries assure her a con- made>' ':splendid speech The

flnnance of this material progress androtperltJ. r further (eftbt*. tWcascBrere: -

And while this conditions \ f Senate'... cliiari.'
one which should fill us with' prldaand 'Secretary Columbus 'B.
Reading ;
ambition for the future of theSOte. %\WIh'! fL / ll'7 : Smith; Engrossing 8eeret: t& T, O. 'X.

wise and' Intelligent states-
lI&rcfe nz fcordinr Seetetiry. XrL
anshlp would dictate that It should : ,
L. p. Young; Sergeant at'AfJll Wm.A. .
your special:,car* 'to so guard the -Bradley in Chicane NA% !

'of wealth and prosperity that ____, Mickler; Mesengr. 1I&n1..TaD-
la ---- : nln; Doorkeeper, Henry. c; Weilae;
reckless. and' prodigal use of their
tn* duties of Itfe. and nothing
autJvorUlrig'the service-for mote than sixteen consecutive shpolij
libusdance may 'not destroy them*. raw .levying, a tax Janitor J. B. Opleman; Cnaylatn
upon? franchises. I therefore urgeRbat hours, and -that, 'no each employe be left undone ,to meet piiajdemaad.Especially ; .
The Comptroller's Report submit* jbonld the eD41earn86t lL H. Reynold. : ,
a law. be after atxteeiccjrasecaitve hours \ or
ted shows that the-assessed' Taluxttan: : : : eaactedmallin.ftsnch1see ; ; tt .... ..RepreseatatitesClt: "
*' -i d.&etYIce shall tie 'permitted guJtAH41ad1rnr'tmbned 'f ....
""ta:4btg ..t ,. aeli 1'tal&ritln: < : <- to again I .
rthe whcte State'In ,IWwas" :97; high Ideals Clerk. 'CT.1(nub( .A t Dt.
with and o.
and taxed as::<7 either: go ,on .duty without +hvtag had ,at I to theircallingeeeodd
651,193. and fp r.l 42(e year. .1 06..was :togetherwtthth \Uogibl .property least."ten hours off duty; except' >Incases '! ;'to"-now-receive :your Chief,> A...C. Stephens; Bill Clerk
a .
lU.018.871..PJu..hOJf of'fl for used In connection with thefranchiseor .of- emergency, such as accidentsor consideration; and' ever/ reasonable Oe<1'l'.W."hB. ';5klteneOrtf 8eadingl .: '

the period t eyeara. of $4467,- separately. wrecks or delayed schedules. And : means employed jlo raise the professional Clerk Gk eJ.: StroiSer; gntrosiiegCIeik !

79. or 45.6 pVr.eentl Tai-hto J' I. '.. Railroad Legislation.In tha';. 'average'number of hours daily;. standard and the pay of teach, .' A. 8. York; smells ClBl'F. rk- '

i Taxation 8hhu1ljt $eiVe" your-earn- discussing the 'question 'concern. .service' for station agents and operas ers. especially: In the rural schools.i Umstead; Recording ,jCtfgkj;3.X "

est careful .A3"earl? attention' InK the operation of railroads >n this tors should be limited to not morel I would sugest fofyonr consideration D. Tfammell; Serge, .ttt,41jns .II.
Do "State ..
Jor the t4alary-of teachers of r
t i
State I do so with a''full than ten hours per day I, would a
sot delay the"preparation-'and consideration certain standing and' in C. McCaVy; Messenger T, F. JUrki.. ...
'ofthe mutual recommed that no person' lees than.i ] proficiency ; c Y
; obligations aDd dependence
of th*.-.arloU"-,pproprlaUon rural '. hOoIa. The access of the Page Ceo. Reddick. Willie 4 away. .
'which exists between the $..years of age be permitted i toe per! ( tHarry.
sad revenue bUts concerning this most ] consolidation and Harry Wilson
of school Into ; McCulle/ j
railroads and the public. Unreason, fern the duties of<'train_-dispatchpror : .
important matter' until the work, flf able and onerous burdens should not railroad telegraph operator upgnwpotemessages"trains whist' graded schools, where' it ha* Janitor,.Bryant; Doorkeeper,". DaD .

the closing day of the session will be laid upon these corporate enter- are dispatchedor.handled. ,, been attempted.' Is very marked and Wiggins; Chaplain. Re: P. Q. Cason. '

consideration. honld! be adopted wherever the meansof A v_ ""* V .be'
prices which have 'so materially and ? The'jecords of the. Rail -
TJw cardlnal;'prfnclple of ( '
taxation Ho distribute the1 I especially developed the resources of road Commission show that for the<12 transportation! make it practicable. The following la the speech of'Hon.
burden our State. I again -recommend,. as months., 1dfnc 'June :0, 1906. 'there i By .this means 'the"pupil. In eolrntrydlstrlcts'have W. R. Dorman- wbq, seconded the
s'ystem is !
equally. Under the
nowoperated I did the 'were kilted by railroad accidents intltisatatefty : the-wane-advantages >M
to Legislature 1905, that nomination of)Ion.. Eugene )ataeJR.
taxes collected! in the I :
are the pupils in the graded school lathe '
the Railroad, Commission be employes and nine pas .
made a tor; er of House: J.
various counties and remitted,#' to the city'aa'they dorthe work fol." .epe.a
same "
constitutional sengSrs :tnd four hundred and thirty- ,
branch. of the State ,
States and theu'aeutback to the coun- ; low'the same class 'organfsatlon and ; llr.., Chairman.and gentlemen ,ot
Government. In view jeven: employes and passengers In-
ties for purely county' and very this: Democratic Caucn-> Whfn I
purposes from the
; graded
serious conditions ,brought about by jured. It is, therefore your duty to pass
expenditures look Into the faces of this dI&t1Dplal1ed'audlence -
w" schools into advanced' grades of' the :
the lack .of physical, equipment of ,thr every safeguard and protectionto
The Comptroller's Report was;, Bal city graded and realize I do that
many of the railroads In this State jhe public around the lives of thoseemploJed or high schools-a result as

laee. $127.8C3.44direct tax. 1904, and ,the consequent loss and 'In the railroad traffic of this very'nearly Impracticable In,tb' 'on sieaeber'nngraded"couttry I im- )lOW, speaking to-the leading
1906. $189.4i.1.oth" sources the business and .the loss of life State, ,,:Las well as the traveling public school TB citizens of Florida' chosen as ydu

$572.491.90. making a total'of $889- and the Increased a.nser to passenger and no reasonable precaution should work"of''the reboots throughout were-to represent your people:ks well

787.46. There were disbursed for traffic. I also deem it proper to be' neglected which will afford this stat shouia be systematized-and graded as'the'eitizena of the entire.'State 1n
expenses of Legislative, Executive! to'the protection. You should such' "as nearly as"! ''pbseible'in regardto "
repeat my recommendation pass any and'everT way possible to advance -
Judicial Departments .
of the State
administration In Legislature of 19D5, in, regard to empowering statutes as will cake it mandatoryupon quality of work done and methods their Interest.! Knowing toll .
1906.- 154275.24 of the and studies pursued; Such a' system
the justice
Commission to peace
well that each of feel of f
and for other purposes $61S.971.Sh! would be of you proud
make suitable, provisions for the In- acting as coroner to proceed Imme- mutual-benefit'o-teach>> ,
The receipts from the Geperal Rev. ers the high., honor that was conferred
and [pupils throughout the State.
spectloa' of the physical. condition of diately to where any person has been
enne tax levied -for each,of, the years killed accident or train wreck I a1:'recommend' that a conserva- upon you by your constituency. and
State. alsowould Jn any
the 'railroads In the ,1
1906 and 1906.&JII9I ut ,Jo rlesa than .rectmmend that the? .railroad Land ',la hold an Inquest and ascertain _t1v .o !) neor= course .jf study be deJ that you desire to represent them In

$200.000. and thla.goetf into,the.Gen- business In this State .the.cause- !/ ' doing
eral Revenue Fund; but from'this' fund companies be required to make a. report .to ,the. is to' blame therefor. I would recommend rplf ;bur* \teachers tand -school officers and on eieri i111a6dyod: will hear -
appropriations for schools .
alone; 'that the companies. and as standard tor'tbelr ork, by the welcome of 'weil'done
Commission 'six months anojt.
every :
amounting to wefe'maae the State ,
$202,500 for the.te1era'ph or. Superintendent with 'sucheiTertvand "
year lIIO of the number engines and pars of. ; and telephone lines ttiou good ands'faUhfu.servant. Ity
-o6} and further
appropriations professional assistance
the several classes :and kinds. ,an4, theJ3tat be placed under the jurisdiction friends when I-: ray jthis, I belfeve
for schools. ; '
amounting to UO500 %.- Commission. yoU may see 'Proper to furnish .him. '
t of the Railroad I
were made -for their condition and location.., and the I i- that I voice the segtimen4 of every
the rear' 19O5-61. would law jylth view to meeting the needs of
Thus It amount of their terminal trackage and recommend a regulatingthe the member on the floor. of thin House.Fp.r .
t will be. seen, that while a tax I 'issue of stocks and bonds by cor.P .. 'rural, ,schools an well a* those
levy of 1% ,mills 1* nominally made transfer facilities. The power, of.the. rail 1l. modeled upon that of those more 'advanced in- the larger townsand each of us to realize thisgreat
i for the O..ra1'Rneu.ue RaIlroad' Commission as to the enforcement pleasure I 'am certain that we should1.
Fund for cities
and orders iQ St tea where It is successful' oper- of our State. I recommend : -
of the
each of.the year 1905 'and,1906. none ruJea -ation. ;- I wouldnot be understood AS 'the adoptlcn by the 'State of a look well to'the'8 tecUtrlrof'blmwbd ,
t of regard to the payment demurrage. ,
the receipt from, such .levy are recommending the lessening of wages uniformj system,of ten books for the Is to. preside 'over the "deliberation

State used for the ordinary:expenses of the for delayed such freight conditions or supply as may paid to a "'employe, but would ,recommend Slate.j'.. huY enabling the reports I of this body. We' should .select a*man"

since. Ja addltIoJi to paying all upon and effec. that the railroads be prohibited have suggested to be made with ease whose 'exp rie ce and qualifications
should ample
,. costs of collecting and. administering prescribe less than the average and accuracy and affording at, a view for X*
an the funds above mentioned, more tire the recovery of fines and from paying especially fit Dim, : that, honor.
paid to laborers and em- the standing of every school. who well versed In" parliamentary
money is liken from the General ReT- penalties Imposed by the. Railroad wage man is ,
; Education.
similar to the ployes of other corporattons: or indl- Compulsory law and whoseould.3p
enue Fund for Schools Commission, a one :
alone than
goes When we consider that only vldualsffor( class of Icbor per
Into it from taxa'ioni ... present "Stock Claim Law" shouldbe employment.the. same or cent of the children of school age are all of his"rulings s deal .fair ,.nd".Imipartially

Flof"IcfaState Troops. passed allowing the recovery of Education.In ( enrolled In the public schools of our and I believe Mr.. Xbaltrman -

r It is a matter for-congratulation to, twice the amount of such fine or fees pen- regard tQ tits Important subject, State and that the attendance is only that the gentleman .'wbo<;-hU-

the people of this.. Stale.that the or- alty together with attorney but little nre than was 66 per cent of that enrollment ft, been named by one-.of Marion'a..fAT-
I' where 'It U to bring a suit I can fay
gwHted militia of .Florida Is being' to the necessary same The convenience suggested In my 'messafcto the Legislature must necessarily make us pause- and oritet -sons, will measure 'IJ'.to Ibis

rapidly put,supon ,an. efficient basis.Tour recover bfL1905. Too much consideration consider the proposition of compulsory standard. The gentleman to whom ':
I attention\ {s. respectfully' Invitedto closer of the observance traveling.of'schedules public, or cannot be given to the subjectof education. The capacity of the white I refer Is no 6tranger'To many t fah8 -. .

..the recommendations? : upon these at least more reliable information r to our public schools and their needs, man's brain for development and edu members t'thl8 catitus.; He risan! '
Tarlous mallei's; contained In the an- the iatlon.Ut. not be limited by anythingelse ,-
the public as to the whereabouts of and while we should not neglect Floridian; lone wh'o lgvesrhis >ratt'va
I anal repori'o'tlretAdju'ant, :: Genera-1. education In the than oar power to provide training *
. I deem It'df trains and the time of their arrivalat demands of higher State(the home, ofarei&a'pf hIa ch1oof l tli e
utmost ,
and .
Importance that opartunitr.f ;
you lhoulel'tiroTfde' 'the various stations along the State we should primarily consider : ,hl" boyliogd and. tbelpii rj '
I fOr/the erection of and demands theicommon: Higher Education.XVfcSlefit.should '
,i a suitable 'State 'Anl bat at:some.een- .tatOf route. I would recommend: _.!ha j allr.a rschools.j the needs; for IMS here that the,- vast '". / f r be the care of the of his.manhood. He-.19TftIt:t x., a.ed. ,

b'aI point in tbe;, tatee ....'* ';"" J" 'roads" )8 passed' l.isajorftj'" of ar-'future citizenship sonst ,81.\1.?. :, tni jrotldfe ifirst for'* system ot avenues which offerrproAtt; ;cgmlott; '
Franchise Tax4 opera1Ing..Iv.ft'tefto.: : :: | --
I keeping employe In continuous' 'lobV;; to >*ceive their eauloment>-fc>r' f Continued- on' next pageia !':a'" (Continued on page'eight.) .e!' r
recommend the enactment of a any : : s---. '4r:.JSC ,-. ',"..!u. .i' et"ton,4

a' ?I ,:'acts 9:: basmtr,9fl6i Jt


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2S roads Left 1JP.'a id t+,u .,

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Deadly Work r I J l I LI i I II I I >I I T f : I: and a ranking end
IIUIITTT111Don't -i;
has so seriously affected my right iMjIHIIMimnilllililili1 Men who Show'GOOD' clothing and ; i-mID tai 1.Tr..i.. '< ,

Iud." writes "Mrs. Fannie Connor,I Delay Seeing Our Its fine points-men who, want to than :hey Cost'1C11111.0Y",

t of Rural Route 1. Georgetown Tenn., keep up to the latest style--come tons GameThe Wardsns and ,-:

b. "that I coughed continuously night for: their clothing knowing that Fo"ati, -

and day and the neighbors prediction Large and Superb Showing here they can always get precisely past: two years hi'ft V
inevitable -
w -consumption seemed what'they want at the price they wish ened the urgency of the"ticns :-

until my husband brought home "We sa tUf> every taste in made to the i"a'
for to pay.
r. a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery the : of Spring Suits dress. The growing business of this in regard to Came)'iititu V

which in my case proved to be j the intrinsic merit est Protection. I belSevi,_
I ; only real cough cure and restorer of I best wardens charged with ,," ,
Men.stiles sell=the noted
and Young apparel we
other .
( ; weak sore lungs. When all t Men forcement of careful y : .

i remedies utterly fall you may still 1 laws, providing for -s"

i win in the battle against lung and I MICHAELSSTERNFINE cense to be paid br. hO&e't,

:" throat troubles with New Discovery i hunting or 'aklog gam to'V

the real cure. Guaranteed by Bar- ': CLOTHINGwhich : penses of executing the

clay & Groover druggists. 50c add) j I would be of t"eat to tie'i ibnrn'oc ,

.. $1.00. Trial bottle free.; dw. is so smart in sale and workmanship that. it keeps" I dama"I la te1llg done eYe
how' to hold the woods, cleil:
> night wondering .
awake at .
custom-tailors .
:c.: THE GOVERNOR'S MESS1GE.: ice, negligence or thruh p =

their customers. i Attorney General's
fashion is
season's .
f t Our Easter showing of the As law officer of he
: (Continued from first page.) 1 4 clotheS State <
: select
time to your
ready! Now is really the _went many matters fefiUnq--!
1 t common schools It is, nevertheless and' fabric Is here fresh from .
style tentlcn have been
for Easter every : preut".et
I : the duty of the State to make such : N ;
C sr offer
and the makers' hands. For 9electloa .we : i Attorney General and esj
c provision! for the maintenance 2, his
attention been called toJ 1a

t: perfection of a system of higher education Suits at $10 to $25Boy's accuracies and uncertaiag! -
r as the material: prosperity and :t Spring Sack
may have crept into the 1t-
shall +
growth of the States
: has In his report called
1 \
and demand. In tats connection.
many of these together w"
strongly recommend to your consider ]

r anon the wisdom of providing by ommendation in regard

P constitutional amendment if necessary changes or amendment as Mi<

, a fixed limit of minimum and .. .t"yLf ... C I ence has demonstrated are

' ;' maximum tax levy to be made by the would therefore commend

' : properly designated State authorities especial attention! report,

after a careful investigation and examination printed and before you.

I of their needs for the sup- State Auditor.

s port of the higher institutions of Suits ..j ; D: The value and ut- of

;VV V learning of this State. If ;; ment to the Stae is growing,)!

t1' ''-: State Board of Health. r Our price of Boys' High Grade work is of more value as its :

Surely there Is no more Importantcare Clothing is the best ever shown in ii ; become more effective Sue

committed to you as representatives x the city. We have them ,in all the S latlon as is needed to aid the i
of the people of Florida than a department In more easily
consideration of ; ,.. latest patterns from
wise and prudent temmatlcally performing its

those matters which affect the health should be enac'edAdditions ,

and public sanitation of the State. :. $3 to $7 tit to Capitol Build "

Since'the Legislature of 1889. in special The rapid Increase in Ce

Ii' session in its wisdom established of the State Government Is

the State Board of Health it has : constant demand upon the

amply who brought'Justified it the Into action existence.of those In ..,.WIIf.-..---- 1 t t n your State house and 'the
MICHAELSSTERNFINE flon of many valuable rec
several of the larger cities of the State CLOTHING .E ? pers and documents makes

there have occurred more or less ceri- ._.....en.. A c. necessarf
ROYAL BRAND lately to provide a
r ous ,outbreaks of typhoid fever dur- .IP.w4F
apace for the proper trans
ing the past. year. This believe..
the State's business and State 1
Is entirely unnecessary and preventable
t Immigration.The .
when proper investigations are

-made as to the source of Infection, BROS. benefit of Immigrat

whechei'bf'the water or milk supply BUTLER State like Florida. Is worthy

or other'local 1 conditions,"and the nee. earnest investi &.lon. This 1

.', e..ry.sfttla.i: r&s' taken' to 'remoTe Ject which has been receivUf

; l such causes'whemfound, and to prevent investigation and much cons

their recurrence. The State "Mens' Outfitters. throughout the South, and

j Board of Health d not exercise its in South Carolina where a lJ

Jurisdiction over health matters in sting the Department of AgrH

such cases except ,upon the request . . it I I . . . I II Commerce and Immigration It

of the local health,authorities, and it -- established, and has ten
should be. empowered to take chargeof -- -
--- -- ---- much In the way of tet'ur"g:

such conditions and to make such How to Avoid Appendicitis<< true that this evil Is less prevalent tection or me nsn ana oyster Indus- foreign immigrants. vr: "h as

rules and regulations as may be most Most victims of appendicitis are In our State than in some others, nevertheless try of our State and I desire to urge nent settlers ard ".s slPlc.1 an

effectual in controlling and preventing those who are habitually constipated. you should enact a child labor you to pass such laws as, upon an In- laborers. I rE.commr:1i t"'..
such outbreaks of typhoid fever ves:Igation of tils subject, you find ,
: Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures law at this session 'Which will pre- study of the pro"i' TS )f tb
and V other diseases. You cannot : vent the growth of this evil and effectually mcst adapted: to otr needs. Carolina law, an" the' enact TK
chronic constipation by stimulatingthe
r afford gentlemen to sacrifice life
t such Good Roads.
check and crush out a
similar stain e adapted to oirj:
endanger liver and bowels and restores the
t' and public health through
does exist In this State. When little Probably no one: improvement couldbe J[ believe a statute authrrl::-*slerratire \
t either lack of scientific informationon natural action of the bowels. Orino
children either by the greed of parents I more useful valuable and enjoy- xprn:pure of JUt\
the subject or through negligence does not
Fruit nau-
Laxative Syrup or enterprises employing., are able to the pecpe of Florida than a By the counties In &11'-"e"-:
d l f or indifference to public health on the seate or gripe and is mild and pleas- .
and at
forced tof labor In factories system of Coed Roads. Beginning a''I'v f r
part of the local authorities resources aidt" :
ant to take. Refuse substitutes other work for long hours crushingout we will say at the county seat in
Tuberculosis. :. City Pharmacy. dw their life, stunting! their growthand each county and from there branch- (Continued on page

Statistics and recent investigations development, mentally physically ing cut approximately: cast and west

;, show that consumption or pulmonary ...,en. met, yet there were such facts and moral*?, it rs time for north and south, through the thickly This May Interest Ton

tuberculosis prevails to an and circumstances surrounding the ful men to pause and thOUght-I settled a.:d dos.rcble! portions of No, one is immune from ,

alarming extent and claims many case presented to them as called for question. the county aad: ccaaeefng at tho trouble so Just remember]

victims annually t Persons afflicted the exercise of clemency It is the State Reform School and Juvenile I .county lines wi h similar systems: In Foley's Kidney Cure will stop
r with consumption should be promptly duty of this Board to take cognizanceof '
Offenders.The the adjacent: counties, having in viewa regularies and cure any case
;, .._ I reported to the proper health authorities these facts and circumstances and purrr-e of the law should be, gcaerrl system of roads rucni:; ney and bladder trouble -that

::1 in order that such regulations to equalise Justice so far as Jt is I primarily the'! prevention of crime east aid nest and north and south beyond the reach of medicine.

.( as may be necessary to prevent the possible As required by law. a com- I and the reformation of the criminal through the: State, or as nearly on Pharmacy.

,enforced plete statement of all pardons granted rather than his punishment and any these cour- s as will serve the people

I and its location known. This sentences commuted fines and system which loses sight of these two Let. This would mean ultImaelYmany

i l should apply not only to the "stran forfeitures remitted since the convening prime considerations falls to realize rr'les of road and would draw The Great Headache Ci

"tf ger within our gates" but to the of the last Legislature is
praced ideals
I pea the highest and possibilities of \p us much Immigration and add i a
: pIe of Florida as well. In this connection before you. modern ttcngbt and civilization. Td .
I value to our property, per..avs: ; doubting BromoPeps"Note |
,.. I wish to call to your attention State Convicts and Prison Systems. thIs esd we should be especially mil:d- : tte asses el valration of the
and urge upon your favorable The care and proper treatment of
I ful of the Juvenile offenders againstthe tats befon' Le: reads: were completed. -
consideration the offer of Dr. the prison class is of the Word Pepsin/
JohnE. a problem many law and should strive by every la>urce. fcm he data obI -
Ennls. of Narccos, Fla. made and serious difficulties, about whlcn
J' means in cur power to make of this :s'-'d, 'thtYean-uzt cf money and >Headache todInsoann.
: to the State through the State Board there nas been and will be much discussion -
class useful members of society rather labor cTrf'J0d: for read building now CURES
: of Health and receiving their sanction and many experiments beforean Keng
than confirmed and hardened crim. | equal 5-nrt tax: ; which, on the present
t' and indorsement. This phll- ideal solution of this vexed ques-
inals and charges upon society. The \ of 142000.000, means '
.. anthropic tion will be reached. I recommend On the Spot.
effort, of Dr. Ennis is the needs of the State Reform School. 1 2710,010 rer annum. Suppose the
first organized attempt to do such legislation by your body as will
anythingfor located Alarianna, should receive! State hou:d issue bonds for $10- Ho Opiates Absolutely HITS
enable the Board of Commissionersof
the unfortunates afflicted with
careful considera Ion
your 0,000 becr'ng: 4 cent Interest.
consumption whether towards strangers State Institutions to properly regulate ; DnifUU.; lit lit, ass lOt
Interest in this
mater is aroused
t : eel:ing the ben:Is, as many as are necessary .
.", :. or natives in Florida and he the leasing of the aged the throughout tie State, and whateveraid for So A By
"; per annum, to obtain sufficient -
: : has generously offered to donate to decrepit and the young and Ue: sepa- 'is practicable s'aould be given to The Pharma
money to carry on the road City
t '. the State In fee simple this valuable ration of the sexes the moveirent
work. I estimate that it would take
t property provided ,that the State Child La'.sr. LIVE OAK FLA.
Florida Hcspital; for the Indigent In- about cne year to get the work in
fk through the Board of Health, will appropriate No greater crime against the futureis '
sane. 1123trwisirFOLEY'S
operation, and five
; funds to adequately conduct being commuted In all this broad years more to
The wcri cf this institution is before spend the $10.000.000
; we
;. land than that 'ch
< the experiment a sufficient time to w\ is perpetratedby
you in the rejjbrt of its Superin. will say that the first year we would
-'t determine the feasibility and practicability using child labor In our indusfr'a
tend Dt, Captain B, F. Whitcer. I be compelled to pay interest on a mil
J of such philanthropy, enterprises The struggle for sue
commend to your careful considerationthe lion dollars for half a year, which
State Pardoning Board. ces Is becoming sharper and more
:: suggestions made for the Improvement would be $20.000: :
; second year, two
pitiless each hour and while it la
No more difficult or unpleasant duties :n OJr raatssect of this important I miKIcn for cae year, $80,000 third

s are conferred upon the Executive Good Judgementis matter, and trust that you will' year, ; four million, for one year

f than those connected with the take su..a legislative action as will I J1CO.OOO; fourth year, six million, for
,, State Board of Pardons. HONEYANUTA
Many cases the essential characteristic of men accomplish the needed refor ls.. one year $210.000.: fifth year elghmlll'on
i' come before this Board for their action -
Fish and Oysters. "
and woman. Invaluable to goof for one year, $ :20.000; and
The circumstances which call
business men and necessary to housewives Recent estimation of what is being : sixth year, tea million! for one year
{c for the exercise of the pardoning
done In other States has impressed I| 100.000; and that a sinking fund tax
'rte power are generally such as have A woman shows good judge- I The original
me more than ever with the importance I be levied to pay off the said bonded
arisen since ment when she buys
conviction and sentence, ; White'scCreamV
i of proper regulations: and pro- I I debt wich should be paid off in 30:
and which present the matter In such ,.I rmUuge for her baby. The best LAXATIVE
I! years. In my opinion this loan could cough reme
s- shape as would probably have resulted worm medicine ever offered to mothers *The New Pure Food and Thug Law. I be taken: Care of
and the present
in an acquittal if properly presented I Many indeed: are the sensible !t \ For coughs, cold, threat and

? r In the courts below at the trial mothers; who write expressing their I We are pleased to announce that ; Four Koys Killed Ry a RailwayKngfne. I troubles. No opiate !\on-ac: *

For some years the Supreme Court 1 gratitude for the good health of their I I Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, : Good foreverybody: bod every
acted on the Board of Pardons and I i
: children which they owe to the ,use i colds and lung troubles is not affect'ed The genuine
-In ,some instances granted pardons incases '
which bad been before them on ; ,of White's Cream Vermifuge Sold by the National Pure Food and Buffalo, N Y., April 1-Four boys FOLEY'S Yellow HONEY and TAR'

Z ,appeal and which had been affirmed by Suwannee Drug Co dw Drug law as it contains no opiates or I:were run down and instantly killed % package. Refuse substit'A,.

,by them. Why? Because while I other harmful drugs and we recom- ,by a light engine on the Pennsylvania Prepared only by

r the requiments of a technical administration i FOIEYSSCICET'. TAB mend it as a safe remedy for ebild-i Railroad tracks at Indian Church. I I Foley A. Company CM leaf*]
'' I '
of the criminals. laws had stops tha couch and Heals luntf; ren and adults. City Pharmacy dw* road Saturday I.i City Pharmacy. i

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.. UVE .OAK DAILY: DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, _APRIL 2, 190;. ;'9 c 4 .

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: -
'- I I I I I I I . . . i '-_' I, '. '.' I I A Card i 't n ii% tit n 11 M n 11111 fiti 11 Ti 11111 ii i i M < i ii i it i

,i: Wallace and Hill I: are This authorized is to certify to 'refund that'all your druggist moneyIf t :

.. Foley's Honey and Tar fails to SEABOARD !:1

cure your cough. or cold:> ,'It stops
t THE LEGHORN MEN ,the cough heals the lungs ,and pre- .i

F 1. vents serious results, from a cold. i .

Breeders of the Genuine Single Comb Cures la grippe coughs, and precents AirI- Railway.For ,

White and Brown Leghorns. '- pneumonia and consumption. Contains i t ' Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines ; I
---- no opiates (The genuine is in _
D Prices of Choice Eggs and Fowls a yellow package Refuse substitute i Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, iI

'rA r! r'- Nar Eggs, per 15, $1; SO, $1.75: ; 45, S City Pharmacy. dw Philadelphia and New York.TflRFi >

$2.50; 1OO, $4.50. .: # I :

Single Birds $2.50; pairs, $-1..50;. THK GOVERNORS MESSAGE. ELEGftNT TRfllHS DfllLY' J

trios, $ .OO; pens from $1'" to $2O. i, (Continued from page two)
ne.'sea. Our. Motto: i4a wise and beneficial measure, and Seaboard Florida Limited <';

I Thanking you for a trial order, we are should be passed by your body. "
SATISFACTION j, to please t Tourists and Settlers.In .
yours Seaboard Express' Seaboard Mail
connection with the
encouragement -
. ; OR YOUR I WALLACE and HILL i of Immigration, comment should t

.ndc MONEY BACK t : also be made upon the large amount Modern : Pullman : Equipment ;
: : oT revenue the citizens of the State
f l1
,-E .... I ;. , I I derive from the winter ,tourist The Seaboard Florida LimitedThe
_- ,travel from States to the north of us.
ail, IRIi II I :dllll(11t1l11!( Ill, II 11'11111 11'' I'I 11111; I II I'' H Especially Is this true of tCe cities Only Daily Solid Pullman Electric Lighted Train; between

and towns on the Atlantic and Gulf St. Augustine, Jacksonville and New York via Richmond
ii'1 coasts of Florida though the Inland
We are aiming at I towns have also profited., Experience and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 11:30 A. U.,

has shown that the places which and Jacksonville 12:40 P. M. daily including Sun '
have been the most prosperous in this I I H B M B i in>*- I '
t&to "
(300) line advantages are those most which thoroughly advertised their and The Jamestown Expositipjft Line

FOR OUR County Commissioners and city and
town Councils should be allowed to ,
spend a rea"ronable amount of the
public Only line operating daily through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New
Sunday School Jan. 1 1908 j money from time to time in advertising Orleans. For full information and Sleeper reservations. call on any
through printed matter and agent of Seaboard, or write,

ann otherwise the advantages and resources S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent,,Jacksonville Fla.n .

i We Must Not Miss It [ municipalities of their respective, with a view counties of Induc-and +111 M i I'i i i i-i 11111_ i M* M m i M 111 i i i 1111 i 111111

ing more tourists to come to Florida
;n.ld and settlers ': .
more permanent to come -4 .P
tne general'1!*etion! just previous.ReApportionment. I to destroy t--e confidence xtJtie. people -
into our: midst and help develop the If '
.' I I ,In the candidate otil oH\cep; and,
splendid resources that Florida af-
S. P. MAYS Superintendent.REALESTATE fords. The Constitution provides aa follows that the publicski i or dilfrtbutfoiircreither ,
aga State Life Insurance. ; "Sec 3. The Legislature that,r be: wade prima ra ?e'evident a
shall, meet A. D,, 1SS7, and those I of'the Inte 'lon of the'f er onvt>? 'persons
Itli I 1 I : !: III II I 111111:11; : '"" 1111 I I IIIII IIII Since the adjournment of the last that shall meet every 10 years there: so put II hit;:,'rdl tributing same:
Legislature I have given much after shall apportion the representation I further resomaaend that ala. be
n >*> n 1111111111111 n 1111 H' 111111 MI 11 thought and study to this subject and In tie Senate the whoV number enacted Author:iag the County SOl'c-
I have compiled much data and Information of Senators not to exceed 32 mem. itor or State Attorney in any county

relating to the subject of here; and at the same tics: shall also to fie information, either in the CI-.
State' Life Insurance. My Investi- apportion the representation on of the cult Court cr:: the Criminal Court cf
gations ,have convinced me that the Hose of Representatives ves. the whole cordor If the Circuit Co-it Is at flirt
idea* advanced in my message ,to.,tha 'number; (of Representative not to exceed free in session, bring to the attention
Legislature ,of 1905, ds practical .and fi members. The representationin i I of the Grand Jury for investigation the

: DESIRABLE TIMBER AND. TURPENTINE LOCATIONS ii beneficial and should receive the the House of Representatives shall fact of he presence of any publishing : -
careful Investigation of this Legis be
apportioned among the several or distributing agency: publishingor
fa lature.. :, counties as nearly as possible accordIng distributing any false or mis-lead

; ; City Lots in Oakhurst and White's Addition to Live Oak ; ; Lobby. to population; Provided each ing literature that they may be investigated -
I Side by side as the'two most Insidious County shall have one Representativeat and indicted, or Informa-
and dangerous elements entering large in tbe House of Representatives tion filed, according:: to the law. We
P 'into the work- of the Legislature are and no county shall have more take every precau Ion to preserve'free
; ; Special Propositions: the lobbyist and the "grafting" leg- than three Representatives." These from misinformation or at/ influence
islator. In every State of the Union provisions require your action at this which will prevent a true and just
< 6 Room House situated on desirable lot 120x160 feet.";Located the subject has caned forth the session. verdict, the juries In our courts.

in ,West End., Price $900.00. strongest denunciation; and the rev- County Commissioners. Shall we not also take care that that
elations brought forth In ,many instances No more responsible office exists! In great Jury, the people to whose verdict -

3 City lots in Dillon's Addition to Live Oak. Price 8180.00. I show that they have in no the admlnistra'ion of county affairs -'public opinion-all must bow,
case been too strong or severe. The than that of County Commissioner shall not be misinformed and, deceived -
4 Room House on lot 60x160 feet on 5th street, close in. Price evil Is one as difficult to eradicate as and the advancement and growth of by designing interests and news

$6 T b.00. it Is dangerous, for while to every the various counties depends largely bureaus and newspapers controlled

< r _. citizen and interest the opportunity upon the faithful and efficient admin- and directed by them for their own
80 Acre Farm in cultivation, 21-2 miles from Court House < > should be given to be heard upon any istration of the duties of this office private and personal ends? I recom-
a Price $2,000.00. and every matter of interest or moment and the best and most worthy citizen- mend that a*statute be enacted making -
to them pending before the Leg- ship should' be availab'e for it. I public mendacity a misdemeanor

i islature yet this opportunity to be would there'(;.e, strongly urge that and punishing any newspaper= writeror
List your t property with us if you wish to sell. If you heard should be so guarded that it you consider tte advisability of mak editor or publisher who deUberaey -
may not be used as an opportunity to ing the office of County Commissionera : and intentionally writes or publishes -
wish write call
to buy or on us
debauch and corrupt the Legislatureby salaried and bonded office gradedby an article that is untrue, and:
methods which will not bear the assessed valuation of the coun-
the making the public printing of an Untruth -
i Central Land .& Timber Co. light of publicity. ty, such salary to be sufficient to secure prirra facie evidence the mis.
Bucket Shops.No men of the highest integrity and demeanor. Respectfully submitted.N. .
a more pernicious and dangerous 'ability of your counties In this posi Bv BROWARD, Governor.
L form of gambling exists today than tion.

i I H 1 1 1 H i U i M U < I > i >'H" what is known as tbe "Bucket Shop."' Race Problem.
You should pass a statute making,the I I recommend a resolution memorializing -
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maintaining of a bucket shop a felony the Congress of the United LIQUID COLD CURE

punishing every one furnishing I States to purchase territory either -ANDLAXATIVE -
Live Oak M'f'g. Co. in any way by telegraph, telephone, I domestic or foreign and provide

. private leased wires, or otherwise, : means to purchase the property of the COUGH SYRUP
any information whereby the bucket : negroes, at reasonable prices and to

I Manufacturers of shop is maintained, operated or car- transport them to the territory purchased -
ried on. Owners of buildings shouldbe I by the United States The THE
'United States to organize a govern-
prevented from leasing their
Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, erty to any bucket shop, and the ment for them of the negro race; to THE InlllHlLT
: them from Invasion
protect foreign
owner of any building where one is ;
Power and Turpentine. maintained ,should be punished as a to prevent white people from living HEW .
principal The Legislature of Geor- among them on the territory, and to IBEA
gia, at the session of 1906, passedan prevent negroes from migrating backto
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residenceor act upon this subject, which the United States. I believe this

Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power- am Informed, has stood the test II I to be the only hope of a solution of

day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. .courts, and 'which should afford assistance the race problem. More especiallydo *. >.4 aria ....... u4 .. trey ... a
in framing a proper and effective I make this recommendation for the a..y .-
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention law upon this subject. good of the white race: to: keep sweet "A C.M .r a Cvfb a..sty always pr.-
and all orders promptly filled. Special Elections the lives of the white people; to keep rug U the
The provisions of the law are not their conscience keen and clean .,... -- aM Ikre&llnatM' .f pt tag eat
We will give Io\v grade ceiling and elastic enough to fit the cdndl1lons The Right of the Public to Correct 'the -rat.m llarne" lb. I..,aad kldUJS.P. .
you good prices on the .ant .1 m.iet1lre the k.w.ia k.s.m.
flooring. Come and get our prices.OUR which may arise and call for special I Information. tryas4k.rt." Nearly all.U.r. uch ....
elections under its provisions. I Accurate information furnished to are eea.upatiag.e .claily teaM' cellUJl ll10,1&1M.
would recommend the passage of an the people Is good for the people. R.nnsdy I LaMIa. H.oy u4

. I" . . . . I' . . . act providing that where a member of Inaccurate or false information is bad Tar tuna Use Ww.U. ..talma .. OyUtos.
the Legislature dies, resigns or his for the people as it may deceive
SAVINGS DAPARTMENT seat becomes vacant otherwise before them, and in that way be of financial KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE
the session in the year fcowlng his benefit, or in some other way profit-
; election those electors who were entitled able, to the persons furnishing or
is not restricted in the scope of its patronage.::'It is
such false and Inaccurate
tote the
at preceding"gener
: to ws+.
broad enough to accommodate all and |
al election for such member should be Information. A newspaper pub

HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: permitted too to fill vacancy upon the same qmi&! public is. a good Institution. A news-
1.-The young folks with their small savings. cations tvat entitled tr-"*** ti nth aRecau.e paper publishing inaccurate or false u. R.11.... c.u. by w.rtdag 6nt nt
Information to the public innocently of the Ut.r.\1C a..w adieu. 01
2.-The breadv.inner, striving to accumulate a fundto Juvt th.b.w.i..
is harmful wilfully is bad
procure a home, or a competency for old age. lour cough is only In the throat and and a menace; to the public positively welfare. ... R.h.v.e c.qha by cleansing aDd
does not trouble you now. don't .tr... .allIC eke ",
3. The afforded and
tvell-Hlo, for the convenience l recommend that it be made misdemeanor tot
think that it needs no atention Whenit Satekwt.Itep.adkr.eeMaltsb.-
the income provided. for any person or persons
has not had much of a start is the Crm. Wbqiq ants: .La ..,..
to circulate,
4.Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. through a news bureau
time to check It. The slightest w..*.., .ra.aiu., aalCtlli au nlh;
or newspaper ant literature bearing Loa sail Br.*.Ual ;:sirs
L THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Florida i j: cough easily leads to Pneumonia. false information to the public, upon rtmOy. It ;-KM U 7C....f. Iiasliye at+
J Bronchitis and Consumption. A bottle any public question, and to make'it a a..y *at Tar. + ChMrm lib Met

. I of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will misdemeanor for any person to mali- Put h to a .M.a.Fta1.M U.a.e at ttlw N.
I cure that cough. The price puts It ciously print any mis-statement or wwtorr.f 0.D.wm+ a en.Mi.ep, Ki.A,

ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT within reach of all Sold by Suwannee falsehood about any candidate, or

t Drug Co dw I about any public official, which tends Sold by Qty Pharmacy

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tlslsme'ttro r190aFFendars'whtt: 1< 'a' futherMTefaarkabla* fiMa'thattho.ugh > '"" --

;;:tlnron' lILY-DEIOCRlT tare taH&VawaV money"that should vast: weaith'doesn't bring iappiness Um- -

practically,everybod la.dreamIng -. 1WLJIi11Af .
/Pd, t. ,iThat'spin. -- l
R'p Publish every Afternoon The afrqh ; .oChl ago Jbf w-edlth.4- Caftjtegte ieoui}1 1meni'b .

s Ex Sun y. the rid"1he other datm ; -",
4 a ., should get ii'lfcftlzWbf ) i a; sttiin d"U1e "
':'" d"'M St. Petersburg TOMm riches dots' briu ppintss. Mf!" DOWN ilfO THC SOWMXEE fRElt' '-' .r w
J. sHkJyv O D.Edi$ 'L'z i -
would die rich not- : ('
if he
that business? There! comes the. It looks as

Chicago buys oranges from withstanding his strenuous efforts to Mineral Hotel ;:
doubt. Springs
TIE LITE OAK St. Petersburg and Chicago people give away his wealth and avoid dying -

;" visit St. Petersburg why should,not I disgraced.3-Savannah .Morning HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. t ,
l' v :
y at Pestofflce Live Oak. ? News. i iThe'4 WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TA1UES. TELttR
the ; Petersburg deal with Chicago 1:1t
Mall -
Florida., as Second Class Majt- the money --"
The Independent says
-ter"KovYmber) 7,- 1905. I sent to Chicago Is lost forever to St.. fi.nnaL' P jefes }blnksi probably ,BATES REASONABLE, ZCUI'CO i'riea w I''Yt' {: !

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be Petersburg: ; 1ot'If_ St. Petersburg _Harry"Tha'w, proceeds. the

taalled Id" any part of the United gets what It orders with good judg Idea of a woman, a dog and a walnut ADDRESS fflRIC HOTEL DOWLINO PflRK. FLORlDfim \. i 3,

: .i States postage prepalr.. for 15.00. ment. But the Independent returnsto tree--the more you beat 'em the -

'. per year; $%.50 for six months; St. Petersburg five dolars for every better they be.-Macon Telegraph. tttsift.FFt. : .
: (1.25 for three months or 50 cents : r
dollar St. Petersburg pays '
for five weeks in advance. Delivered ; ARGUMENT.One f
-of the city by be no doubt that the newspapersof AN UNANSWERABLE; ,
to any part
carrier* for"10 cents-per Week.GOVERNOR'S :. a town largely make the town and of our exchanges tells',the fol- SOUTHERN BUSINESS OilSPECIAL tJI

maintain its busineSs'and' this Is lowing story: Some .years ago'.a
; )MESSAGE.. especialy true in Florida. The ,first famous infidel addressed a' large I

J. F '- want of a town is a newspaper, but it audience in Chicago. Two young I 3i

The Governor's Message to the is unfortunately true that as- soon as men heard him and as they walked _

I' I, delivered today. Is published combs It is made a he
Legislature the newspaper home _together one said: 'Ye1, i

in thia aftern n.s Democrat public servant with lots of work and swept everything before him tonight t

t In an abbreviated form. The Message very little pay. *The policy that didn't Ire!" The other replied: a -

I in lull would make more than would starve a local paper by denying "There; is one thing he did not ton h."

:. thirty columns "1. f'-the Democrat it business to" save a"few centtin When asked what that one thing ; she f r s

i :< somewhat moiO p.:ce. than we could prices i9 a very pen -wlse--an4,- replied, "My ,old mother's reli

today grant*It.7 However, we have pound-follsh-one which Is bet )pre: gion." .

:. endeavored- give--the-gist of this elated' by a town alter' If l Ses'the'paper Nothing clings to a young man. .j

' voluminous document under the.dlf.I' or sees it become- disreputable more tenaciously and helps'him more {

1 ferent heads- Taxation, State Troops. for lack of money to keep up Its good tenderly than the memory of bird

Franchise Tax, Railroad Legislation work. Even the church sometimesstaryes mother's piety and prayers. The

Education State Board of Health hfr ,ministers and turns off hardest argument to' answer Is the ANNOUNCEMENT

Tuberculosis Child Labor State Reform the old and worn to get somethingnew argument of 4 He.-Baptist and Re

School. Florida Hospital for Indigent -towns are not better than flector. '

.= Insane Fish'and Oysters. Good churches. For the next three months, a FOUR MONTHS' SCHOLAI .

-. Roads. Game, Warden. Additions' to The Independent Is a paper that AN' EDITOR'S APPEAL will be issued, good'in ANY DEPARTMENT, for only $30.00. :11'

1' Capitol Building Immigration.; Tourists would do any town credit; let St.Petersb .
In his all
" My friend help the editor Special courses-in Departments have been so arranged 1
1 and Settlers State Life Insurance.
between how with
it deals
' rg wild-eyed,search for news. When student entering on his special. offer-can finish within the limit et<
Lobby. Bucket Shop's', Special 1 Chicago The metropolitan centerscan S
" your friends come to see,you if you scholarship.
Elections, Re-Apportionment of State.. for -
other the
: supply papers .
, are not ashamed of it. tell him; when This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. :
County Commissioners Race Problem
l money but which one of them would
, -; the Right of Public to correctInformation. duplicate the work for St. Peters your wife gives a tea party if youhaye Do you wish your salary increased? Enroll with us, and w'-

J ; : burg now done:by the Independent! .recovered _from .t1e..effects of help you to a good paying position,or get a better one than yon now]-
the- ,rii ,
, : gossip, drop in( jjthenewa: ; ,
1 Those are the leading subjects Other papers are luxuries-the local 1
: when a baby arrives fill your pockets WRITE FOR CATALOG.
:y touched upon by the Governor. Tats paper is a necessity and where it is
I. with cigars and call; If you go to a
s; ing the Message as a whole it is avery ia the hands of a good man It gives :
: good and conservative far than it receives unless it IB partyf;" steal.some of'tbte good things
and leave 'em with.the item ID our
t.- We do not. agree with the Governor starved and' so incapable of helping SOUTHERN BUSINESS COUEGI E
\ sanctum; if your wife licks you come
however on the advisability, of others or itself. Certainly the In
In. let, Q3.,see your scars and tender
::, some of the measures 'suggested dependent is right in saying Its town
1 'Ich..InPur symyathjrthro gi;"tbe paper; ifyour LIVE OAK FLORIDA
a. : opinion., would work owes to the paper all the work that .
3. an Injury the best in thi-ftaf{ ied. don't be 1
to interests
of the
paper can do-whether It be
:: ashamed atout it give in all the com A\.flflTON President
: J State while Intended otherwise. calendars or subscriptions. First, get ,; L. G.S. STEPHENS, PrIne''"
... mon placenews.. In short whatever
,; I-J The Democrat.. has never been. favorably your man then give him the means
makes you feel sad lonesome or .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII "JII"I'IIIIII'III"
ig' [Impressed with the "Statej to serve and towns will .
1 T ""_______ ..._'-h __.....__, you your clad submit it to 'our 24-karat wisdom tIn '
t i r> and "matted locks
: f we coneide with the Governor in certain see our part I Happiest People on Earth. spite of the co d last
and stand C nd. with gratitude
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other measures recommended. A RICH MAVS AI ITIOS. I We saw on Monday last the happiest fairly good size .audience greet
t< which,will from like ,
pour every pore
w: ,'Wfe eannot'2Ttte.Bipl' today: tCh review The New York papers have given '' looking little darkey we have Wills Comedy Company at the
moisture from the dew be-sprinkled ,
the ibia message because o( lack of much attention to the sudden death seen within a long time; and believe torium to witness the

t' : time to thoroughly study and digest of James Henry Smith known to earth.-Gainesville Sun. that he felt just about. as happy as "A Trip to Atlantic City"

i IL,: some extent in that city as Silent Why he looked. He had a cheap pot-1 is a good. one. -and those who .

t & Smith The interest of the foregoing tortidlliver mettal single barrel shotgun on one last night enjoyed \tThe
.' have a when Herbine, the "
1 THINK OVER THIS. papers is due to the immense fortuneMr. shoulder and a fishing pole on the Company has been strengthened.since
only liver re uator: will help you? _
I HG been had for some years Smith had, and to the fact thatwhen There Is no eason why you. should other, while he had his bait in an ; their visit here last fall

a I in most of the' Southern' States an he came into his wealth he at suffer from yspepsia, Constipation. oyster can swung around his neck ;Jeral new actors, who will take

Inspection'ot the text-books used in once developed an ambition to be a with a string. As he passed through ; parts In the play tonight. The
Chills and.' or any liver complaint
pnbllc "schools. The result has been society leader. Before that time he *. whea.iisrbine,will cure you.F. I I town enroute to a lake he was sing Company is a favorite with

l 1 that Northern publishers have been was known in New York to comparatively C. Waite Westvllle.. Fla. writes ing, "Nearer My God to Thee,"..andas. I goers her Their show is al

compelled to eliminate from these few people. Ills name never "I was sick for a month with chills we gazed upon this little Ignorant 'clean and moral, and their act*

books much matter of a sectional appeared in the newspapers and the ebony-hued descendant of Ham. we their special
and fever. and after taking two bottles lines are good.
character that distorted facts and was only chance of its getting there depended almost envied him his happiness.- out tonight.
of Her lne. am well and heal Reserve seat tick<
working serious harm to the minds upon his death or an accidentof thy." Sold by Suwannee Drug Com I Jasper Banner of Liberty sale at Butler Bros.
of Southern children There seem some sort. .

'!still to be certain localities where His fortune came from his uncle. pany, dw* ''I The Faartlon ft the, Hoase of Lord. I Miss Hattie -Mardre a niece of

these false teaching'books have been and was about 50000000. It ,is i antiquated constitution of the C. N.
t Hildreth. Jr. off
W II. Jones a. prominent ,citizen house of lords and Its comparativeneglect and one
retained through carelessness or In- stated that It Is $60.000.000 now. !
of its duties sweetest girls Live Oak lays
Orange Bend, in South Florida is Irritate modern c
advertenance;, but we, hop 1 be day The world was made aware of his
in the city visiting his old-time friend. I reformers both theoretical and practical won the second prize from thl
is n6t ,far distant when they will beutterly existence when it became known that
\ Dr. Brown. Mr Jones owns a large ; and have led them often to call for fourth district in the contest
1 cast out from the land. he had come into the possession of I Its oyerthrow. But at the bottom of augurated by the Jacksonville
and is of Florida's
orange grove one
t k. l 1. .}\'lIe.u! __ we said mush of the such an enormous, fortune. The fact most prosperous And influential I thiS charge of obsoleteness} and Inefficiency -ropolis. She received the mag

t objectionable matter has bee& eliminated that his uncle was a millionaire many Is the fear that the peers may vote of 159: S:
citizens. He baa many friends in .. which entitles
r I most certainly all snot., times oTer'was known to only a few take It into their beads to be energeticand to a scholarship
Live Oak and visits here in
frequently any
r t especially In the histories. WK MUST old cronies. This uncle lived in London 'I industrious, constant In attend- may choose
.., \ ance and active or a gold watch. At _
In; operation. If
GO they
FURTHER. The question is what and his total expense it was
The Edwards Realty Co. has bought were so-If the lords chose to be of the contest bliss u be done to absolutely Insure the time of his death were as had
a leader
'- the Bynum property comprising 3 vigorous as they were In 1680 or 1782 in votes from this
i Southern children a true Knowledgeof not much if any. beyond $%.000 a 'I
and or even In 1807 she outdistanced
lots the Bynum dwelling just and 1S32-the demo- her, and
: the course adopted by this section year. His chief joy was to accumu I
t>atic element In the result is
west of Assessor Heniming's home United Kingdom she is the winner, Sh
t of the country in the great political late. His fortune had been made in would '
hare had hard work to being
-, : This is a valuable piece of property complete heartily congratulated by ,
;' '\ problems- that have arisen as well as Chicago in real estate and banking. and put in good condition would the change which It has carried so far many friends today but all h'

a just understanding of the Southland James Henry Smith couldn't remain and longs:to carry farther. What the she would
: bring a handsome price. The Ed- win.the first prize. :
} Itself from agricultural and industrial unknown with all''at that lords can do now was shown by Glad

:' j standpoinl's/'a'nd- the character wealth. The four hundred 'wanted d wards Realty Company are buying I stone's home rule bilL His immense Wqrjj ha.3 begun in
and ,
controling some nice properties earnest on
_. i of the Southern pebple. him and they set out to capture him. in this I personal influence! and the fear of an new hotel and
city ; more interest Ising"vianifested
'... i The best, the safest the most certain and Mr. Smith, as already stated was f. Irish revolt:, added to no small amountof

t way to accompanTsh this vital willing The four hundred wantedto serious conviction forced the bill than ever tx
-Mr S. L. The foreman
Bowen of Wayne W. through the commons. The lords of the work says
purpose Is to ESTABLISH A PRINTING be met
entertained and he could affordto
Ca., writes "1 was a sufferer-from In numbers scarcely known for a lifetime in Tifton Ga., a town of only i a
j' capable entertain. Besides Mr. Smith
,It 1 Kidney disease, so that at times I The case was put on both sides 3,000 inhabitants, he has just
of publishing such books as *e need. thirsted for' social prominence. '
could not. getout of bed and whenI with Teat force and with that serious. !'ed a hotel with 60 rooms and
These books carefully edited by Society what it wanted and
got Mr lofty high bred
did I eloquence that
could not stand straight. I bas DeTer I capacity is by no means sum
Southern men of letters. would be Smith was put in the front rank of become eftlnct ,In the
took house [ He
Foley's Kidney Cure. One dollar upper I thinks that the hotel here sho
'" entirely free ot-all the objectionablematter' the smart set. He entertained lavishly during 'many centuries. The bill ,
bottle and part of the was be at least four
.J second stories in
now1, injected'into them, one as a bachelor living as he did in cured rejected by an Immense majority and I\elg

war or another, by :influences! controlling the great mansion that had been the Cure me entirelyFoley's Kidney the friends of the measure had the sat- ,i making about 75 rooms and
works wonders when othersare isfaction understand that several of the stoc:!
t their publication in the home of the late William C. Whitney of knowing that the verdictof
; total failures. City Pharmacy England j holders are wiling and
1'' North. Then Mr Smith took a notionto was against them and with anxious to

'lit the press of the South.take this get married the lady of his choice dw* the peers and not a few voices raised crease their subscriptions to

matter and the cry which Is heard at steadily i| amount that will insure a four
advertise recurring
up ..its importance being a divorced wife of a prominent
J. )[.
Hadcock was happily unitedin intervals. Thank God building. The Democrat
we have believes
in the most insistent I
manner. society man. The manage took place '
marriage Sunday K house of Urdsr- the
to Miss William
Ida Everett in proposed increased
The desired effect will certainly follow in Scotland and Mr. Smith's deaths capacity
Atlantic. :
Turner at the home of her parents I necessary and
Our wealth is great and growJ occurred in Japan a few months after I certainly now is
Mr and Mrs.
greater every day. The financial success the wedding ceremony. Duncan Turner near Bather s... .tlye. time to formulate and carr vout
an Philadelphia. 'Rev J. S. Hurst officiating "You look plan. We shall
of such undertaking we beHe may have got great satisfactionout worried count""And I refer to this ma

lieve"would be certain. The one thing of his wealth but it is certain A large number of friends I am worried monsieur. I go again in futurf issues of the paper.
of the
s tstD* iae..the necessity clear.. The that he didn't dive long to enjoy it. contracting parties were present to ze rich young lady's house to ask I I
and one of the for her hand and I
finest fall :
rest;Toul* be sure to follow.-Tampa It may be that if he had continued to ever spread in Suwannee suppers glar alarm." over ze bur I I Senate to In\estimate
county was
Tribune. live moderately to live as he. did served. All wish the "Well!" Special to the Democrat I
-... coupler
iJ ABItOAD. when "he was a comparatively pooand prosperity.,with all'the joys'marrled l. "Zen I quick arise and tell le fa Tallahassee Aprlf, 3:30 p m

-I I1 (G unknown man. he might new be life entails r. :a*-;', tttet, i make a mistake.** The Senate today adopted resole

The St.. Petersburg 'Independent&ghar aliveeit wouldn't 'be 'surprising t If _.. ea t. ; 1,;f And: .what; .did.he.sayT:__ j tor committee tote appointed to itr

t )en* Its Big Stick and gets.after the pace Is what carried Wm off. It Subscribe the **H*-asked where ze mistake wa,"_1''vestigate the Internal ImprOvemea

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of Live Oak aDd, Suwaanee "
.;. :: 'S''County-Gathered,<<, by,the Democrat : .. '". A Few Items Mentioned Below Will Doubtless be of Interest to the Ladies :. .: .1' {


*Fine white-marsulles ,quilta...Jist .. ',' DRESS GOODS.; SPECTAUTES FOR EASTER. ,

received at ,the Boa, Ton. DEPARTMENT' :
"' 'Persian Lawns ... lOc .p to 60c -.Is Full of New Goods Long Silk Cloves, all Colon. ?.,:
tile walk '' 'i Mitts, White and Black. .
today on a. ,
: began
Work French Lawn.t..k.l5c up to 90c Voile Skirts, black and blue . x;
; id'pont!, of ,the court hoopg., # r'- : : India Linens, . ..,. f.8c up to 50cLJnglHe'Goods .x, .'. ;:. '. .'.'. ,. .110.00 to $16:50: few Side and Back Combs with. =;f
i .
) ----- l i Barettes-to- "
: .'.;. ;. ...30e and 40c latchu. ;x
H": B. Small, of Lake (City was: here Dotted Swiss . .. /.v.lOc to 35c Shirt Waists,.In 100 styles, .';H.' Parasols, White Linen Silk. aU Kinds ; =

yesterday. ... .'. -- ... .'. .*. :.50c to $6.00 each. all Colors, .

k. tl .1 ,
self ,F. .. '.} Shirt Waist Suits, White Lawn -
.t If you want to e J, M. Bailey, ;
licensed auctlo4)r.) He sells. Figured Lawn Linens, etc. ;
the '
.' ... i.:. . . . $....98' to- $7'.5 0 Ladies and Children's Sailors.
,: The ,largest+,assortment. we "rhad. :Baby Caps.
CJ H. Hamrick, of. Madison,, was ,,. : .
yesterday:'on business/. + ... ,- .. ,
here ) + po .

1drs ot'Oppf'AIa." + la 2000'yards 40 inch Unbleached Cambric, in short lengths, 5 to 15 yards, at X0c Yard

Thos. Hall, ',.i'\: ;. i \
lathe f. w"W. : '

P. Page, of Falmouth;is in the .

city today.

,-' .. HARVARD ::
of L. S. -. Proprietor.
Pate Luraville, is , today. McCALL and HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS. FREE DELI{EIIY. PHONE 159.

W. u. Goodbread Went to Mayo on . . .' . e e . I e I e I e I I e . I I lee e e e I.I e. . I . lee e e e > e > . . . .
business this morning. i -. tu i ii. 1 1 M I It 1 1 1 1 t >* I"H t i i M | i | H III. H.. i I I I III, 1 8 U 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 i

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Walker Payne is reported 'on the Jack Green has quit clerking for C. Plckrn, now of Folkston.

sick list today. M. l.: Burnett, and is now hustling:FOR formerly of O'Brien was 'here
When think I
for himself.' ; He came down here dres- you

Mrs. Miriam wnt to, Madison on .A ',' I In a light summer .suit, but was
; a, visit for a few days this morning.. Wheivyou need a pill, take a pill, I hunting for an overcoat: and about that fine

J<. and be sure It's an Early Riser.'TIley"are IMPROVED AND wearing apparel that would
; Porch Lanlr and son, Lucian, Pharmacy Watch you
sold here by City him warmth. .
came up from Rossburg this morning. dw*

Estate Kennedy's Laxative Cough need thinkRADFORD'S

Ex-Governor Fleming of Jacksonville Miss Olivia Marable.'who has beenon City.Real Children like fits pleasant
in the' today
la city
for Contains but drives .
a 't'lalt't relatives and friends no opiates
several days, returned to her homeIn cold out through the bowels.
Mrs. Judge Rice, of Luraville, is In
in to Pure Food and
Luraville this morning. Farms Etc conformity
the city shopping today. Law. Recommended and sold
.. ,
Especially recomended: for -.PIles-( City. Pharmacy. dw*
Large line of embroideries in new -
DeWiltis Carbollzed". Witch .
tt H t tip at tjoa Ton i'r in postofflce Hazel. "Salve.' Sold by City"'Pharmacy. Anderson and Mr. Kunent Where you will, : J find a

J1L.. .,,* dw.Mrs. LISTYOUR I. to St. Augustine this morning choice assortment
: attend the Ponce de Leon cele-

Dr. R."if.'McLaws and wife: of W, ,A. Williams and children I PROPERTY Little Miss Lucretia Ander-, the., very best'C20RYEARSD

Savannah, 'are in the city, guests of returnedrom Tampa last night, WITH accompanied her father. Miss! .

the"'Ethel .,. ...: .. t where they have been, for the past: .; Anderson will be one,of' twenty Wa t6hCS
'n; -....:.- : two' weeks. t to represent Florida in the

Hon. B. H. Palmer, of Lake City '

arrived here last night, and registered WATCHES REPAIRED .
: Col. Fred W. Butler and O. O.
at the. 'Ethel.; McCollum and L. E. Roberson left { For Dyspepsia clears the
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0 ; this morning for Perry where they EDWARDS K REALTY CO.Lewin and makes the breath as J. D. RADFORD
-n. : V. Long, 'a prominent' attorney will attend court. t'as a rose. KODOL is sold by ,

''I'M'. Bradford county, was .,in the city on a guarantee relief plan. LIVE OAK, FLA.

this morning. $%.50 wagon at J. M. Building, Room 3. conforms strictly to the National

Bailey's, the seatSt1w.: for Food and Drugs Law. Sold by

G. W. Carter and wife, of Detroit, $1.50. Other ( : Willie Gray, who has been Pharmacy. dw* THE BEAR IDEAof
I Mich. of the Ethel last
were guests
Be quick. tf ing school here, was elected as a -
night: in the house of representatives. H. Weaver of Bristol, Liberty
ballot, }, but now an employee
was chosen on the first
E. R. Izlar and family, of Fen- Hr
TO RENT-Furnished anA unfur- honor worthily bestowed. the Southern Express company, is S
tolloway, were here this morning
Dished rooms address UR'/ In care the city, "subbing" for A.: H.
of Democrat. / tf from Tallahassee, where a little l John II. Hildreth and wife who ,is at Perry attending
daughter was buried have been, here time visiting
1 Mr. Weaver is a-clever young
]Irs'Frank Swearingen left yesterday -:I I former's brother, C. N. Hildreth. and will make many friends
'S John Priston Bonnell and Miss
to visit relatives at Live Oak.= returned to their home In New his stay in Live Oak.
: r- Clara Belle Parnell were married I
Fernandina Record. I this morning.
.. Saturday by O. T. Mattox in the Pine
., -c- dw'C. Live Oak Democrat says edi
'" Grove settlement.Ge'o. .
Bloxham Gardner returned from --- -, II Miss Sarah McClinton. of that the extension of, the.

Zolfo last 'nIght, and reports that.his .. Jas I White, who has been here on a Railroad is a certainty. The
I Sherwod, Will Mangum. I
mother Is still very low. and Bright Hughes went I to her sister, Miss Carrie is published at the home of
----:..- Hightower returned to her home today. Drew and its reference to the ex
to White Springs Sunday In. Chastaln's -
"Show Folks" at the Auditorium t think was accompanied by her little is highly encouraging to, the
made Jeff Davis
tonight by the Wills Music Comedy Christine. of Fernandina.-Fernandrna feeding Teddy with our good Ice
he was living. ..
Company. Cream seems an enormity. It wouldbe
B. Lucas, secretary and really letting It go to waste, but
and daughter,
Mrs. Z. Edwards
Mr II. M. Meeks went to Fernan- of Soluda, S. C., arrived,here yesterday .of the Branford Mercantile Co., eT. F. Pasco returned yesterday then our Ice Cream very often does

dina this morning' accompanying his! on a visit to the family of L. J. I here today en route for r oon from Apalachicola, where "go to waist/*'aqd. the ladies waists

father, B. F. Me'eKs': to that city. Edwards. They will remain here f6i I Springs for a week's needed rest. had been,to attend the Tallahassee are the ones that't:get' the moat of it.No .
Miss Alice,
---;:- I week' ten days daughter conference. He reports a party or Deception could be com-
a or :
" If you want drayliTg' 'n or a .!; him\ to the springs._ attendance. By special Invita- plete without.\ each guest having a

I 1 trunk carried to the dep -/ right A man named Groutham was badly f colored who he filled the pulpit Sunday morn-: dish of,our pure delicious, and comforting -
! quick, 'phone 129.V.. N./ oatrlght. Lene Sherman, in the Methodist: church in that'I Cream, which make
i hurt at the mill in East Park yesterday for. Dr. Brown, was arrested : we a
and was brqught here for' treat- this morning variety of flavors to suit all prefer-
Sheriff Rickerson
f Miss Hattie Lee: Smith'went to I
ment by Dr Brown,., Two fingers anda charge of assault and battery. ences. Every ingredient warranted.Xut .
: Jasper last evening on a visit to her ; In today's Democrat we publish the
thumb were amputated Conner In the Cream 75c a quart other
' '' was held by Judge ;
par.ents. and returned this morning.The ,statement of the First Na
--.- !I of $150 until the 17th. : flavors 5Oc quart; delivered anywhere -
Bank of this city made to
; J. M. Wilson.. who has been visiting In city.
County Commissioners and his daughter Mrs. C..,A. Ridley comptroller of currency. This
School Board are in session today '.: The Wills Musical Comedy is one of the best
with all'members for the past three months returnedto pany will present at the ever [ dBook fuEl N Noes GO.
i. present. '. his home In McCoy's, Tenn., to- tonight the "Show. Folks" and by this banking institution. It
a steady growth in deposits
: Dr. day. I afternoon, for the -- -- .
Taylor one 'of the prominent row I in -----
sum the surplus fund and
1 physicians and druggists of Crystal the children and ladies, they will I' solid and healthy condition I
j colored, who is H. J.
Tom Elkins, MORRIS
River and Tige.
was in the city today. charged with shooting at S. W. "Buster I It is officered by con-

held until I safe business men, who are Contractor and Builder
'' Miss Annie Grubo to Kennedy at Houston was The city election is on today,
went Hampton for this popular bank a
! Springs this morning for a few the 15th in the sum of $150. He Is interest seems to center in the line up of business. Apply for plans, estimatesand

. days sojourn at that famous resort. In Jail. for Clerk and Assessor: Messrs specifications.Office .
McCullers being the
I on Ohio Ave.. A. C. L. Crossing
: Mrs. Cora Stephens Is In Atlanta Those who contemplate Up to 1:30 p. m., 156 votes had TIIOPSONV
circulars for the spring trade
;| where she accompanied her grandmothers cast.
;; ',Mrs.jLyle. should call upon or write Geo. But .-- "S and Delh'eryVagons.. *1111111 I I 1I1HHIIIIMM

j. ler, at the Democrat office, in Live -KODOL Is a thorough stomach moving a specialty. : : DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR,

\ $;So REWARD Oak. He has a printed list of 25- lief. It digests what you eat

.\, __ .*. '000 white citizens of Florida, frgm giVes the stomach rest and a STOVE WOOD [: : VETERINARY I

.For the arrest with proof to convict 38 counties an<| 450_post office/; most restoring it to its normal r length delivered! to any part
,any,pesonor persons counterfeiting pf whpmrLfarmers. fruit aid vegetable and usefulness. KODOL is sold Solicit your patronage-'Office
Barclay's Kamfo-Pbenol. growers. "The only $3 guaranteed relief plan by City city promptly. ".Giveus your reeidence-- } ne (3 ring) 143

19-12t BARCLAY & GROOVEK for the entire list, postpaid. macy. busines. Phone 55. )ht 1.11'111.1..III 'III'.f

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-' Llrn OAK DAILY TiEMOf RAT. Tt: tDAY; 'A.PB.III.1",' .. _



r I. There will be a meeting of the :
Sea Island Cotton Of -
d C )NNEC'IS WITII ALL TRAt 'S ON So A.. L. Rt AND A..c. L. Ry A:r LIVE ouc} pwknnee .
County>t i nun! 00-- UJrTaAL TUlIL 11I'. !:' nrdar, April ;%0. Alt"locahclnbs are t Jt !

Na S Ira L 1, ..N3tu7 No. 4KixedFct. requested to meet at their\lace of; I 1 .k

a# )WI I t oral Fet meeting Friday. April 22. at fouro'clock

r U4" b'TATlO'So Exp aDd rese.. EaDi and requested to get the SNOW
Sae duExeeExcept: Da gy. w Dad:. SIlDd.a7. I
amount of cotton planted 'and grade
v4 --.-: _f ... _i 1I 1---....
t I of'fertilizer used and how much, andsend

I* 1 3) a r' s fI p mjL.. u. Oak-... u-Ar"IO 50 a 5 40 p. in a report of same with all
.._ L. -PCII'ter ,.. dues not yet turned over to the county
710 a. S sa o 30 a m 5 ZO D'F

I"_ a at S" p.I' .__._._S I.e...--1.. .. 1012 i m 600 p_ with names of those paid.. as the j.
I I. LeII' Central Association officers are crowdIng -!

a n( ,56var.'Lv -1'LD1r U '-.. OZOam C G pi us up for all dues for 190T, and I i Sure for Rh.ulnatiral, ( ,
llla" '. Cure
110 a aai" 108 .mjL.K .101la m C 3p m some of the clubs have not made ar r

; .__ .. .._ ... Sor... Coma. B
0 40; oAr. --- -
a 11 p.I, 10 00 aID' to P report of any thing yet. If you can't j sins, Bruises! Contract Musclis. Lain Back
L.. W&lm&rtL-_..._A1. Stiff Joist
160 a ---- TrMted i"eet. *
send delegates to the county association Bonn. Stalls etc.

'lOa. __. .._.____-Lara.ilk LuzanlleI' -- __....__..... send your report to the county: I AN ANTISEPTIC thai clop Irritation ubd&M Icfnrnfcin -
t. a aj LY -- and drives out Pain.

r f 60 a r I. ,. .- -_ .R UiJmutJt,.... -.. .--. secretary: at Live Qak. PENETRATES the Pern. loosens the Fibrous ran44),
;+ -- WilmstL --Ar. Hoping for a full attendance toj i pnowU a frt cirRl&tioa cf the Blood firing the MoMiai
1.10 -
lOp-iLy tiT _
I a.f a m Up county meeting., we remain. atonl Iirttatr.
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-I 1010 a r sa p r L Riwer--: -1. ,
--Suw-U .a m C 12 p ID Yours to serve BUT UNIMKNT ON EARTH

.111>> a.' p. Ly -Norwood.-t '.. t U a m S1 p. ]I. J. CHESHIRE. President. MCX> TRIZB ALWAYS UK

M 31 a r, 4 n I __--"'..'.. '""...... L. \'-. D. WHATLEY Secretary.: I
t Ii
: a r 34 i pm HIRED SCIATIC
l Ita
: a P-I'Ar --Alton.- '.. Free Tracts.
Lv -- ___- I JilL R. A. Shht 5*
Mra. Craig St. rm.
f. : rvffle.
:: :; ..2L :: For those who want to investigateor ?tan.. write
'_, ....___ ._..__._ themsolvoR. call on Elder J. T. H.t 8prb,.. Ark.: "I, iff kav dada Mea tkrcautumi.tryiaf the b6thlof but
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: I Ar1tl'acCp.L. '31. .. 140PID Butler or ring him up phone 166. let' .4K. nlfW .tn. Zsllard's S..w Liniment
I c:. Elise aar..a4ifjB .
a"C"PID.L. b r tartkiM I MAT
U ever tried.
This is to
l0. f30am f2bDm a good way: find out whether Iad e4 taf
: ._......_... WMteCn. wier Ar J1.00. Seed me
1 U If mi I CQ p.L! .SaltRo.d.- L. ILbam S 15.m the Second Adventists are teaching 1htt2..II, :tnnena$zpres.."

ij ,46am: il'pm'Ly----Aa--__-., -L Y. 'Ma.. J 4s pm ruth. (Bible) or error. r THXTT- SIZES: 25c. Soc AND $1.00
14 L. Lbatitoa.--. ...L.. $E SURE
> a. 5 27D m' -- 00. m t IS GET THE GENUINE
12 ti l 10 S.. D r'L. ge'_ Lv laIIar.- Snow
1 8 Senate. ii;i Liniment Co.

210p I I : District 1-Thomas F. West Milton, i j ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

District 2 John S. S
1a. m b 50 p mAr.._. ... ---Perri---._....__ Beard Pensacola. j
j t 83Oa. lepm I District 3-John feel, Westville
District 4-Th+.o. West Marianna.
{Q) Tekirags or Telepb.-xM Stator. (n Flag Sratiua Register. t '
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Ag..erstatioa (a) N.eoIII1&r stop W District 5-A. J. Alford Carrabele. gND RECOMMENDED BYSuwannee.DrugCompany
T P. ALSTON. SuperinteDdt.ISo .
"'" District 6-James E. '
GeDera ee Ageat Broome Qnincy. -

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Live Oak District '8-John >V. Henderson Tal-. s Bitten by a Spider. I morning at 7:40 a. m. For Polioi

: Perry & Gulf l3.l>assee. Through blood poisoning caused I reservations, see the Atlantic Coit

District 9-\\ K. Jackson Inverness. by a spider bite John Washington, I I j Line agent or write to FrankJ

a Railroad Company. District 10-C. 1. Leggett, Green- of Bosqueville, Tex. would have lost '|: Boylston: District Passenger Ages

J vile. his; leg which became a mass of Atlantic Coast Line Jackson

SCHEDULE EfFtCTlVE NOVEMBER 41916. District 11,-James E. Crane.. Tampa. running sores had be not been per- Florida. '

District 12-E. L. Cottrell Old Town. suaded to t ry Bucklen's Arnica -

; I I District 13-F. XI. Hudson, Miami. Salve. lie writes: "The first application -. 6- Iton't Put off

I Wail aad Pisa Paueoa-er' "Fr-t.aDd Pare,I STATIONS. Mail aDd Pus'Fr-t.and Pasa J- District 14--:F. P.Cone.'Lake* City. relieved and four boxes

I No.. 1 Na i NG. I tin District 15-.J. B. Crews, Lake But- healed all the sores." Heals every for tomorrow what
% .
Daily S ___ No. L N 6 you can do
I>I.il7 I le.District:. sore. 25c at
Barclay &
Sun. Onl!
A. w. P. w. I PJL -T Groover day. If you put off buying a bofl
P. M. '
L.a.. La. Lave A. .II A. Ii 16-Thomas S. Davis, Fer- druggists. dw* I
I.i_. n.... Arrive.:. I Am!. Arrive. I Ballard's Snow liniment a
F .. I cis.u 1.08 I -.RGdr.y- SInk- -.-. 4;Ii w t.s...!.. 9.2 nandina Hillsborough W. that pain comes you won't have& g
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I( j i o0 t ::.-Starr.---- a i 12 9tr: 9.2I District 17-J. R, Newlan. Live Oak. K. Decker
i 22 1'1 307 ...Mereer.... 408 i 9.4 Tarpon Springs; John R. buy a bottle today. A positive en
I 1.21 S Ii PlatL- :... 9.11 t.S5 .!\) District 18-H. H. Buckman Jack- Dudley,, .
4 9 j for
.934 9.13 Rheumatism Col
Lau $30 --laaraater. 9.17 Plant City.HolznesrD.. Burns,
,. $5: I sonville. :
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y t.1I8
.A.r 9.08 -
i L. Ii 13 Ar a 4Q 1 Dow Park L. S.s L.llSO J. Sprains Contracted Muscles etc.,
Ly 3.50 L. 410 L.9.oo Paul. Bonifa .
..:. .... ...-... .._. ; All 3 9 I A20 __ 19-LewU:. C. Massey Orlan"do. S. Graham
-.g 415 "
tt: ...._....-..-....... 417 .._chancy..BeIL-.. 133 ._......w Jackson-Ed. Williams, Grace- Prairie thank Ar|
917 r :-,._.__ 470 -K.ayQ Junction S 3i) ....._._ vine; H. C. Xelle, Bascom. writes: "I wish to you f|
I Z8
ajy District
__,._ 20-D. H.
II 10 ....... AL 425 Baker, Orange
._ the
---- : .DQ_... Jefferson S. D. good results I received tn
'" 323 Lv 0.00 ............ Home. Clarke Monticello |
900 .................. 144 .. Snow
110 --.._ _.......-.. C 52 .. iownsend-.S13a. __._ I S 319 Ii. Ar 7.58 ._....._. District 21-Jtobn R. Willis, Bronson. ; J. L: Thompson, Lloyds. Liniment. It positivelyme core
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926i 7.43 .._ of
118' ::=::.::::::::" $S g : Smith_: 100 26 District 22-"-. M, Girardeau Mon- LaFayette-D. G. Geiger, Mayo. : Rheumatism after others ha|
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r.950 2 47 I Lis :...== Lake-S. P. I failed. Sold by Suwannee
Lv.1$ : ''. 610 Lv 335 tfcell(!. Kirkland. Altona S. Drtj

k Ar.10 25 t0 :==:.:= : .... -- mSip'; I I Lv.2 Art 20 05 i :7.00__ .? ::. District Lake. 23-1. .,.X. Witham. Lady S. Lee-E.Smith' Leesburg.J. 'Wilson Fort Myers. j i Company. dvj.

IAYG and ALTON District; town. 23-S.:. W. Clarke. Blounts- S.Vells Leon-, Talahassee.Gilbert Harts field and A. iioJail i VloNE

w _T OUNP'
EAST BOUND. LeVY-J. N. I Guru Cold t Prevoats Pnam.aia.
I District 26-E. S. Chill, Palatka. Williston.
I'} and P....Frt. and Pau t; STATIONS.Frt.I, and PadiFrt, and ..I District 21-Jos. H. LIbertY-Sidney D. Johnson Bris-
......_. _,._ !. L.No. It I So..Ii "'_ ,Pa. I P... xnxerParrnter Humphreys, tol. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.C. .
-- V1IIJ"U&UJ'.X' SUD ; .' ;; & .' Braidentown.. __
an.l ]( y Q. r.L. Madison--R. -
P. II. w. P.K. A. M. sinci zs:: -rranK H. Rowe Madison S. 3aowit.
vv. ;
cams Sew
P. H. A. 1IA F. $Tao
1AuLeave" Lean
Am. Arrive / Smyrna. L. Milliner Ellaville.
1.60 1 UO 4.31) Arri -e. .
4.03 US 1.23 1.19 J t 4.iS 4.-10 Dowling Mayo IInetion Park I 7.i8 810 I 3.p 3.30 a 8.38 II.N District 29-E. E. Conova, Sanderson. Manatee-A. J. Petigrew Mana gROWN & THOMASO

)I 4..25 1.38 i 5.OS P.tee.oa Clark 7.31 7.4'1 I 3.19 ; 8.25 tee. JMaYlon
a LI'I a lo..OG t a.oo 8.18
i a 5.30
Ar 4.., Ar 111'1. ,"W Mayo I a 7.20 : a t48 a 8.07 District 20-Frank -George G. Matthews,
IAr Alton 7.00 1Lv Adams Jasper. ;
P. M. A. M. iLv 2.33 ,L. 8.00 Ocala PHYSICIANS
District Wartmann
A. M. ; P. M. A. M.Regular 31-LewIs W. Zion, St. Au Citra. ,
*toi>. Connection made at Dowbnf Park for all trains g stinc. Monroe-C. L. Knowles, and II
For to and from Live W.
J infonnaUoa a*te connect-on wit otbrr Oak and Pen) I I LIVE OAK.
phone 147. HcwEox Building. Live Oak. lioaa. thona w call on General Pasaenzer Agent Distric* 32-H. H. McCrearr, Gaines- H. Malone. Jr., Key West. I : : : Ft.01tID

THOMAS DON(.ING. Prsideat. B P HOP"L S. Genera rill. N'assau-James E. Calkins. Fer- '
II' Paaaencer Agent J. W. WEST
Members Hoc*t" of Ut"IJn.-t"nt3t1n nandina; S. A. Ogilvie.-Callaban. ,

Alacfcua-T.- X: Doke '+, Orange-G. W. Crawford Conway, Physician and Surgeon.Office .
Sante Fe; B. C. Abernathy Orlando.

Ii: AtlanticCoastLineFAMOUS Syd Baker-L.L. Carter.C.Gainesville.Cobb Olustee. Osceola-A. E. Donegan, Kissiin- : Carroll Building. Ohio Aven

mec. < Residency at Ethel Hotel
Bradford E. S. Matters
Starke 'PascoR.
; .
J. Phone
I H. C. Peeples. Dukes. McCruchean, Dade Office.No. 168.
Noa. 33 VI"166.
: [ .- Brevard. -Wade H. Jones. Titusvillo. Polk-\\'. J. Durrance, Fort -Drug-Store--(Barclay- A Groover)No '

Meade; H. W. Snell Winterhaven.
Calhoun-A. BROOME
Max Wilson Bloun M.
: town. ts- Putnam-H. A. B. McKenzie, Pa- t ;
TRAINS. latka; V.'. A. Russell Crescent
Citrus--J. W. Knight City. '
J r City. Santa Rosa-J. H. ATTORNEY
ClaY.-J. B. Long, Green Bag COUNSELOR AT LAM
Springs. Cove dad; A. J. Beaden Oak Grove. 'I LIVE
( Johns-W. A.
Columbia-M. S. MacWIlliaxns. St. Will .
Knight, Lake Augustine (>rmct > U ma the
City; H. 1.. Avant Fort ; C. J. DuPont. Matanzas. sal atteDbeQ given 1.-.t Conv.yaneea the State. Sened .

.. New York and Florida Dade-John W. Watson.White.Miami. Fort St.Pierce.Lucie-Claude F. Olmstead. I of Read to E1C. AU taajaeaa promptly Cosec isle

Special! Ue8otoH.. Hooker Arcadia. 'I I ,"u_ _._ N"4aT hauc STAT.AY L.a.."-_
Leaves Jacksonville daily I Duval-I. L. Tarris and S. '*H. I i i wooJ.ouuiierv Ui Kligore Wild- DIXON
exept Sunday| Melton, Jacksonville. L.I. ,

., 12:50 M., for all points East. Solid Escambla-R. F. Reese Pensaco-t t. Suwannee--\\'. R. Dorman, Live ,
Pullman.Chicago la Oak; W. H. McClellaVi.
; O. Baggett. McDavid. Wellborn. DENTIST.

L. Gadsden-J.Taylor Branchville.H. Willis, Quincy:V.. 'I Volusia Taylor--T.John J. S.Faulkner.Parkison.Perry Daylous ORTOPONm, : CROWN : AND : BBIDC

; D. F. Morrison, WORK : SPECIALTIES.
Hamilton Barberville.
-John Brdshav.Jeu.. 'I. \Vakulla-S. "
nigs; L. G. P. Roddenberry.
;. Hernando Register.--C. S. Wilson Jasper. i, c hoppy.I Sop- T. J. LYLE

and Florida Limited vllle. Brooks- I The Price of Health. Practical
S ---An Insidious Danger v-* district"The price is of health in a malarious I WATCHMAKER AND
i I I just 25 JEWELER
One cents the
Daily Soid! Vestibule leaving Jackson of the worst features of kid a box of Dr. King's ; cost of 35
New year's
non Life experience
trouble is Pills
'i.- vine 9:30 A. M. for all that it is an insidious writes Ella Slayton Good
points West. disease and of Xoland stock of Watches
before the victim Ark. i always on baa '
Coach realizes Life
on this train also. his I Pills cleanse I
danger he may have a fatal mala- I gently and impart U: E. ROBEBSON.
dy. Take Foley's II A. B. Saul
Kidney Cure at th system.I
a & ,
I first sign of trouble it i TJOBERSON SMALL
as corrects ir- 'i at Barclay & ,
| Groover'
.. ',j regularities and prevents Bright'disease i*' druggists.. dw* I

3 For rates, Pullman reservations and all other detailed j macro and diabetes. City PJiar- TO :\l'Gl"ST.G..\.. ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW.

write or call informatior J w. Dally through Pullman Will do
t on buffet general practice
State and
It FRANK CX BOYLSTON. I J sleeping car leaves Federal
Dist. Pass. Agent. A. C. L.. TAR Jacksonville. Fla.,, Courts.
) Jacksonville. F: at 8:05 '
...... a. p. m., via
AlJdroat Coast 1 AMD S [
-- I salt.a_.. N. opiates Line and Ur-SrauwJ. Lawts fnu.JfJIG.
Augusta the next 'PHONE No. 190.

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Book, News and Commercial Printers..

No Job too Large and None too.Small For Us to Handle. ,? .,_- ,: \t : I

Everything in the Printing. Line Comes Within1Ou&: ; Limit '\ .




stock of Bond, Linen and Rag papers is one of the largest carried in Florida

Our with a well equipped modern Printing Plant, new type, and artistic printers, .

can furnish you with Stationary as cheap and prompt as any establishment. in

the South. A trial will convince. .

I. Samples and Estimates Furnished on Application.



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and general debility," writes A. A.,11I111 I ,_,
Live Oak Brokerage Commission Co.I Chlsholm, Treadwell. N Y., ,"and' III
when it looked as if there was ne'I NOTICE
hope left I was persuaded to try
I I Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say
| To Contractors and Prospective Builders
that they are curing me. I am now :
Flour Cigars doing business again as of old.
and am still gaining dally." Best THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPIYW

Snowflaie, Comet, Oblisi Anita Fernandez tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteedby
Barclay & Groover druggists.. will furnish you your Lime Cement, Building-sand
Price. 50c dw
Plaster, Laths and.all kinds of Brick.

When you eat 'good br such as these brands IIISIIOl GRAXISEKRY IS DEAD.0ml OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices.

bake and drink of coffee of IMPERIAL
a cup Suddenly at Ills Homo in Ashland >
Early Monday Morning The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co.
make, Chew Taffy Gum, Smoke Cigars of this Aged 70 Yearn. I

Richmond, Va.. April 1-Bishop I I 'lIh I I II II I'' I II
brand. If you don'f, you ought to feel like a newman John C. Cranberry of the Methodist II I II"

Episcopal church south died sudden.
ly at his home in Ashland today
while sitting in a chair. lie was 76
I C. E.
years of age and had been bishop Humphreys
Coffee since 188Kennedy's%.
; Chewing Gum
Taffy Tola Globe, Imperial Laxative Cough Syrup. --
The pleasant cold remedy that expel*
the cold through Its action on the Proprietor
bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy.. dw*

Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co.OTHER'S Florida Novelty Works

me building your house. Everybodyelse
Kid..,.sad Bladder Night

In Your Laundry WorkI
A .
Residence and office, Phone 188.

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t City of Live Oak, Suvana* Coo at rFtertd .
J. F. WEBB *, to be heW on the first T.e.
to Uu temflr**to fc*.9 .
.sti well and mtroag. B* t I'APKK 11.\\(itIt.: ... : day U May. A. O. U.'. at the
; ean't be weU ana miroug U OKCOltATOUi
Ms ktdnys are oat ol ord r. S i I Coun 4l Chamber, and la !.aa..? and
Doe*TOUT back acli*? Hare 7 Will be clad to furnUa Umatt I form a* preaHW4 the .
bf Uw
value In tb kJdn r T .
I Jou Tour urta mcmjatf. and ,. on "work and will tuaraate; satltfae-; towing l a>y WMl eftfeef of udCltjr ! colored*ol kldn T7i T OUeaae* ar.ur a y tion at best price.. Keference: S. art to be rated fer sad elect
Get wDB. Dy tang' A IIInel,. Use Oak Call at Democrat -I tc-wlt: A M.y.r. a teak Tra.arr'
office ....
M'Cri'S BACKACHKJLJfD sad %M r. Ml.4 br aaa e persona
KZDKXT CUKE, r ;i C. \WILSON, Tai OuMcetar. Mav.hai aadhaallary
a seas, sots and reliable iMpecter. titled br aa8K'
OQT It It do..o't do what t a .
w .t your muur 7j TAILOR. aes and aa AMerM.* fret Ward
back.. Ktop thla tonrtbl at. rtwnaetrns No I; aa AKtraaa fret Ward St>.
aaa* rut TOOT**!! on the I
road to haaltb today toy I 2; aa .'We,...
buy feel sure we can give you the frets Ward No.a >
lag a hettl* at your Arat Tailoring done at Ruben.teoin'. Guarantee
CUt'<* Mo and$tab oltl.. 'cl,; "'.;,rJ greatest satisfaction There is an store. Prompt service- : Alderrraa fray Ward So. 4
added stiffness and a glorious gloss aD Aide,... free* Ward \.. I. asAldcntas
tk>n guaranteed."CITY '
put upon our work that enhances the from tbe City at Large
LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY.TAX I pppearance and lengthens the life of BARBER SHOP. I. also ear Bead Tr.e/e., U Ail e*.

-.----- --- ---- jour linen. Bring jour Shirts. ColLars pared tern o( C. A. He-rdw. Alder
ox "CHEMIC4L CHIRKS. ; getting drunk on 'cider" and the Cuffs Handkerchiefs White and \\e have opened up a barter shop H.aa front Marde See. 3 and i. 10
City Council of Quitman put a prohibitive Fancy Vests Wash Ties, etc., to our on Ohio avenue In iaVbH. build-: 011 aaeipired ...**. ca...d bv rMoval .
Laundry. and you will have them log and solicit the patroaage of the frvoi W...... and .....oahoD
Quituuut Took the First Step Against I that tax .on The this particular commissioners cup quickly and carefuly done in a satis-! white people. Stop U newly fitted .I of la.Ma/... &.
queers. '
" "niemical Cider." factory manner at a satisfactory up and everything: lent neat andclean Glees uador lit r band and aaaitb
thought it only fair to extend the
Quitman, Ga.. April 1.-At their same rule to the country dealers. I rice.. 21.*. day ., Mare. A D. UfT
1.last meeting the County Commissioners
". fixed a tax for the sale of the Doing Business .\ McQueen & Griffin. Mayer City el U.e Oak
( various chemical "ciders" - Snwaaaoe eea...,.. ,
at $2,000 Florida
"When my friends thought I was WOK'S. .
throughout the Live Oak Steam Laundry. Att *t:
county. It was shown about
to take leave of this world on N'otlce is
some months ago that people were I hereby given that at the S. P. ],I A YS. pert
account of indigestion nervousness PHONE 139. next General City Election
of the
Oak. n rl4a.IdTg .

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Beginning, Monday, we inaugurate .: rand Easter: Week Opening, in which all 1: Qf": I I'f

NEW SPRING GOODS WIll b.e .offered: at REDUCED PR CES.. Th.esW11I hold.goO. .

WEEK. I. ." .. ... !!
EASTER. _. ;
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r Reduction .Read'Pricesfor: This Week

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;I Ladies'Dress .. ,
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t' :whIte Lawns yd.wide, ,. I. .. .. : .. ;., 10c

\' .... \ = : Goods 0 :Tine Waiste Madras, Striped and.'figured, at <. \2 12cl" ,

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'q' :..'Cowered Organdies> from,. cl. ? -' -A'to 12-1-2c f.

: t Yard wide Silk-White and Colors, thiswee'k.n1y; at _48c' .rf
White Goods
J" Fine Black Taffetta Silk, yard wide,$1.50 value, at 98c'
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Fine White Dimities 20c. valueat 121-2c
: All Our BigStock 44
41 44-inch Brillientines, all colors, 48c

.- White Table Linens, 40c. value, at '". .. 25c '
} AnKles of .
.1 .a. 65c. value 1 at ., 4Sc : .
\ Nainsooks t -.: r ." ,
f from.12 1-2c. up '
:" G'd ti
i ffctd*o//f-butthe only shoes In Dry S, Check :Muslins, at 10c. and up
t j! the world which haTe the patent Silk Ginghams, worth35c., at '. .. 20c r"p" a.aoi
< Laces and .
.. t 1 .!Urfit" which holds the sides Big' Line C. BCorsets '(sold.heretofore for 75c.. ,)' at 4Sc'I i

'j firmly to the ankle, instep* and T ."
$1.25 values for .. .-. ; -..,' ,- 98c4 Strause
I heel,without discomfort, are. Embroideries ., ..... /s fine

k < Tailored Suits. The
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and will hold ,

product of the largest -

) { f good only during STUD.Y..THESE, VALUES and best house

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LEGISLATIVE OFFICERS 'I i reefs of the keys and from the EVELYN THAW SUMMOXED I ITo I Their action is based on an Instance i)I Charlton Blackwell, Mr. Ed. Porti

placid waves of the Gulf to the roll in which the court made a similar increase Mrs.
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Appear Before Commission to j Geo. E. Potter Jr.. and ,
t (Continued from one.) ing billows of th Atlantic, and you in the jury's
page Testify; as. tOjHusband's: Sanity.New J I allowance after Rie Porter and Janie McGehee,
'and' pleasure to the poor as well as will not find one more sincere or York. April 1. \Vnen Miss the case had been extended to an, Mrs. Geo. E. Porter. Sr.. conspta

to $tie rich. A man who is courage- I more conscientious in the discharge Evelyn Thaw made her-dally visit tof unusual length. against the genial colonel last nfjl

_p_ pus and true to his convictions, and ?I of his duty to his people and the her husband in the Tombs today she I to provide an April fool dinnec.

.one wlo 1I.'J11make this House a model I, State of his nativity than he. was met by a process server who CoL C. A. Hardee.s Quick Work. cook wll undrstood th eonspj

:.x speaker. During the legislative sea- I| His honesty of purpose; his loyalty handed her a subpoena directing her By order of the Governor, Col. C. acy, and as a result a magnifies

don of 1905. he represented the peo-.' to his friends and his zeal and to appear before the lunacy commission A. Hardee acted as State'a attorneyfor spread adorned the table and tit

pie of his county in the- House oft -activity in behalf of measures he tomorrow. Mrs. Thaw apparent-1
'believes Baker county circuit, court this were no plea or cakes. stuffed
i Representatives credit to himself to be right and proper, no I ly had not this and cotton. Master
man anticipated move, week, and Col. Long is State's attor- Pete Porter presid
!. and honor to the State and on can question.By she appeared Very much disturbed ney for Taylor county. Court convened at the: bead of the table and all t

account of his peculiar fitness for the close application to business affairs I when the nature of the paper was I at Macclenny, Baker county guests abided by his diversions
he has placed himself in the'
t position, he was appointed Chairman'of made known to ber. "Do they expectme yesterday morning. Col. Hardee went followed In his wake in detoarl
'front, rank of Florida's most !
the committee State Institutions progressive "
to testify against my husband! down on the morning: train. Court the delicious viands.
men. In addition to and I
and served on other committeesof editing she asked. She was. told that her opened at 10 o'clock, grand and petit
1 publishing one. of the best weekly :
special importance, and while thus
presence was probably desired mere- Jury were sworn In, and REPORTOF
in the State, he standsat
\ engaged as a legislator he favored newspapers ly as a matter of routine but this did in working order by noon. In the THE CONDITION OF THE
the head of of the
the passage of all measures which he one leading not seem to reassure her. District afternoon session two FIRST
'banking institutions of his of cases were NATIONAL BAK
deemed were for the best Interest of Attorney Jerome declined to make tried, the docket sounded, the grand
: his constituents and the people of the Florida. i N.' lost
known purPose
I. calling Jury returned two ..
true bills and asked At Li Ok. to the Stat. of n..n... st
State of Florida without fear and His sterling integrity, his business i Thaw before the commission.It I to be discharged, they having do*of bu >-. March JSad. lWf: .

Ii without favor : egardless of public 'qualifications, his usefulness to'- his was said later at the district at- completed their work, and by 5 RESOURCES.Lo '0'

r opinion. and opposed all. measures of country< his popularity at homeland! torney's office that the reason for having o'clock in the afternoon &iw aDd Di *..U...

t a' contrary tendency with the same ,, his ability as a member of the legislature Mrs. )ivelynesbit, Thaw served was through with business the and court ad- Overdraft.U.Soda. .to.ew.d occurs.nmicuon..d -u-s ttM 1i iM

I force and regulafitjr.vv '. i'1C :' of this State need no eulogy with a subpoena was that it might be journed, and Col. t'remiww.s U. S.bosd.. )it
Hardee was at BaMU.SMvritiM.ctc. ..
} is as clear tq.mySnin'd. as the.... I I at my hands, as he is well and favor necessary to call'her before the commission home In time to attend the asking bouM. furniture ud Situ,.. R i,frs
t I DIM f
noonday that the Democrat ably known in the social, financial, ; root National Bonka (sot rs.erv.
sun young j j In lunacy and that the. district Comedy Company show .gmsf..:

HM I whose_ name has already been' mentioned -j military andpolitical circles ofthis'; attorney decided that in that house last night. at. the opera I DIM Dee fram.ppao..d tram t.R."h fed,.B-apedi ak.&n.. X.M' ..

for your consideration for State. event it would be better to have her Court opens at Perry. In I ChMlu and other sash i'NO&.N tff
Speaker of the-next House of Representatives His hand.It Taylor at oUer National Basks !
profund sincerity his devotion on '
county today. Col. Long went down, I i .....paper esrreay, arck.l.cod
,. .
". : ; will preside over tha deli- to his county and State and his eteta IIIJ
: unwavering is
.' probable that the Thaw lunacy this morning and if there is the usual I I WW rv MONET Rcacavxm Its BANK,vu: f
Ittratiansjof that 'withmodesty'
-assembly and loyal ? Specie.... .
support to the commission will I sass W *
:: and s.ign' i Vbillty. You will I f principals which be believes to I, report Thursday amount of business before the I bmO-UnJcr nutea ? Ml 0* that
I be morning. The case was adjourned 1 court, he Is expected to pass through Enwoipooa fund with U. S.TMaaoict ....
mate no mistake in electing him to right are well known to those who areI I! last. week until this here i I (S Oft of civ .UUa ) _.J.
; morning, and 1 next Sunday or Monday en route .
.thai honorable posftionjand without acquainted with him. You i T.ta< .... .
j when the jury was called before the home: t There may _be nothing In I, .- s3tt.ail
\\i\ flattering or misrepresentinghimj that mantle of honor on a more 1 court today Justice Fitzgerald adjourned luck but before Col. LIABILITIES '
: I do not hesitate to gaythat the I Long suggest CapitJ.tGclt paid in. 01 ",'
worthy person. It you elect him S
: I again the trial until Thursday 1 exchanging places with Col. Hardee ,I Surplo fond.-- auIIt
.. I honor could not be placed on onemoreVorthy. Speaker of the House of Representatives Undivided profits. ass .
morning at 10:30 o'clock. The again we guarantee he Inquires I I taxes paid. :. .? ''.
i r- He'ts loyal to' hifriends s he and his friends promise you I lunacy a f I National Bank t* .
will *
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commission! meet tomor- little about the "lay of .
the land. j Dividend ..... '
i and, true to his convictions, here and that I unpaid ._.... *
and"should now the gavel will be i i row, and-it is expected that they will The fact that there was show at the i i Individual deposits subject to check) O*.W
+ yoU; by your Votes; sglectm' t wielded fairly and j tmand certificates of
impartially, as he | be ready to deposit l f*
report Thursday. Auditorium
I j last night had nothing to' Certified cheeks. sir
as your presiding officer as I has had ample experience in presidIng In Cachier's check .
-1 i case the commission: finds that do with Col. Hardee's ouUtandioc ."
r believe you will be will not stand for over deliberative bodies. And dispatching the Bib payable includu.certiAcatcs> of
Thaw is
| today Insanp within the work of the court so deposit for IDODe7nowe4. 34E
1 l.tcUque; ,; ring; pr faction, but wjUl moreover, Mr. Chairman, his electionwould meaning of the law,+the trial will be naturally quickly. He is Reserved for Uses tun..ia S
I very active and fast
be Speaker of the House of brit h
Representatives in my humble opinion, be Total. ...
a stopped but If
| they find that be is his work, and if the train had been' 13t1.1t1
f of'one of the grandestState's worthy tribute to the young Demo capable of STAr_qp Fu zpa. +,
I going. on, the trial will be late last night, he would not have COVMTTL o I'
considering our limited population cracy of this commonwealth. Sowa.nK
I begun at once. ft is donbtfuHf the arrived here In time for D. E. HOTM. Cashier of the
top Jqund from the lakes to Without show. bank, eoleraaly
consuming the time of
: defense will call any other witnesses. Xo."'there swear thsXJlbs about(taMat
the' Gulf, or from, the Atlantic to the this caucusfurther.. I now take pleasure The is nothing in luck. is true to the beat of w know Wg.sad bsl L
members ofthe Thaw Jury D. & HQV E,C..4.e.
Jfaclfi*. H1: J -ti in seconding the nomination, ofEugentt.8. have drawn up:apetition. to. Justice -Attab C H. BROWN.
'Tou may search .the confines o/ 'Mathews -. of Bradford ? : Capt. :W. J. Hillman B. W. HelVenSton.J CAST A. HARDEN
Fitzgeral askiagfhhn ta allotfj fife of \ i J. WHITB.SuUcribed .
JTIoiida where you win from the county? ; F. 8herwood/. Porter. 4
rug "Speaker "of 'the House ofReDresentativea k5 a daj Jor ury-setvicea
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tte customary allowance of $% a day. Prot. of htaec>L 199T. -
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