Title: Suwannee Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: January 15, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00545
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACE4563
oclc - 33273856
alephbibnum - 000398954
lccn - sn 95026787
 Related Items
Other version: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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mse abootIn* a ds the incline. Before' icoequence, Mrs. Gibbs h pa
S tt w th f j y weeks in bu i cu
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MM by t yo man was thrown out with peat and ru, curtains, and bric-a-brac for
d 8t Jo ford e suffering a fracture of the skull, the other apartments. ot forgetting
bekep leg an u disltration of both jaw inme rabb pts pawns ad laborsr-
S T he oefeJunty courtW i oide Wr the use of t*ager-
Ift l ck Jtaei- k ig U mar mie uM es to Joeeph oreial che. It seems that the mai
BUm ad Misr Mattie Sms, sister of sion is only provided with what is
the iyng mas dated the license Is9, known as "heavy furniture," so it re
imteead of 1St, and this was discovered quired no little thought, time and labor
.few hua beftr tahe err ,to pirooreallthe etcetmsa unde in
S"t was to oecr several miles fn em so ute re a househokL Mn. Gibba
Siate a Mariana. This is the third accident as has been stated before, has always
Sf ot' he to occurinear during the past been a society leader, and so is well
two months, one of which ,was of a fitted to assume the role pf the "firt
Sh- seri~Ij-a s nature, and resulted in the ladyin Florida." This title she will
VWi at rVW I death of a prominent planter, wear for the onxt four years unless the
A i A A rie -- governor shall select for himself a
thi po h Pmn A telegram received in Tallahassee younger lady to discharge the duties of
h te months by acoveys news of a pardon for Ale.xn-~ hostess to the state. In such an event,
der Campbell, who some eighteen or Mrs. Gibbs will gladly resign in favor
.-. ~nineteen years ago shot and killed Mis of the new daughter, and content her-
d rs Josph, a ped- m" le Joseph. This pardo, it is un- self with the title of "dowager." Gor-
9 T 8 t. Aiastin dertod, was ome of the last official eamor Gilchrit has coferred a favor
diwDirb he i mixing. acts of Governor Broward before his upon Tallahassee society in bringing
h khe w as P dered. retirement The details of the murder here his stately mother and charming
Sh the country a reedbered by many resident of sisters to add to the gayety and pleas-
tW yrsM ad is wel t)at ity, tvig at the time stirred re of the raider of the son.
'thecomaumah y as it had never been His young niece as, Mis Kate Met-
stirred before nor since. Alexander gomery, will be a charming addition to
d]p> a M0o o the Campbell was then a brilliant, promis- the younger society set of the capitol
A. Ce. between Ja d young man. His terrible deed was city.
Sa gn am con- A .ttributed to inane jealousy. He was Can't look well, eat well. o4 feel
STL n o was I convicted and sentenced to life impris- well with impure blood feeding your
I dllM the train top- amt. Of rather frail physique, it body. Keep the blood pure with
t l ro tri, wa thout that Campbell would be Burdock Blood Bitters. Eat simply.
o the aa gwang, N 4*htnhimps 5 CO~ take exercise, keep clean and you will
.L Quick work.-Ockala vietemp bt his ability a an expert have long life. 9
e -_ccoPntat removed him soon from the
phosphate mines and placed him in a
S vis, a newqsaper man of leril position, which, no doubt, pro-
19p n ce. who has con ed his life. Abouta year ago he
I newspaper in m middle was removed to the State insane asy-
~ SW empyedy on The Tri- luma physical and mental wreck. The
SDavi learned the printer's pardon may not benefit him much, as
S eOS owned by A. C. Ditt- he is reported to be in a pitiable con-
S dt this city) at Oxford, in edition.
I ty, more than twenty
H. He i personallyacquainted J. W. 'Fowler, a young farmer living
' of our residents in the three miles north of Clayno, was help- W o
Spmt of the county.-Fort ing Wiley Kelly, who lives in the same o
neighborhood, to butcher some hogs b feSe
one day last week. Fowler had gone
B Brooks, charged with after a shoulder load of pine tops for
and who escaped from spreading the salted meat on and threw
goaty jail, appeared in the tops on the ground, then went af-
wnt to the sheriff and ter another load. In the meantime a
h. y claim they escaped large and rather cross dog owned by
oTmnty jail and went to Mr. elley laid down on the pine tops4 DONT
bsause they did not like and when Mr. Fowler returned with N T
let yoarsell to be miserable.
Seeived at the former his next load he did not notice the dog, Why infer from severe head-
both declare they wilU h was partly hidden in his bed, but he bhve fainIng
moe c of the counter- threw the tops on the dog. The animal :d be fretful? Yootr
whte their case comes took exception to being thus disturbed nesttention. Tr H
s United States Court. and viciously grabbed Mr. Fowler's left. gret lier
-leg and held on to it until he could be U R~
SIya claim to having the beaten off. In examining the injury 4 U r -L
M tri State for his age. it was found that the skin was not ra. l. H. o
wit performstypograph- beoke enough to bleed, only bruised, ~s writ: "Ihave
tN oBoe, is just 12 years and Mr. Fowler went on with his work. faLr years fe mseve
l a periorm feats that But during the following night the leg hwadehes dissinms and
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Mott's Nervine ills
The great iron and tonic restora-
tive for men and women, produce
strength and vitality, builds up the
system and reaews the normal vigor.
For sale by druggists or by mail, $1.
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The highest amount of indebtedness to which I
the corporation can at any time subject itself
shall be the amount of its capital stock. to-wit:
Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars.
AaRCLE SEVENTH.
The names and residences of subscribers to-
gether with the amount of stock subscribed for
by each is as follows: G. H. Davis. Live Oak,
Florida, seventy-nine shares, F. R. McCormack.
Live Oak. Florida. one share. W. P. Walker. Live
SOak. Florida, twenty shares.
G. H. DAVIS.
F. R McCORMACK,
W. P. WALKER.
State of Florida.
County of Suwannee. Before me on this day
personally appeared G. H. Davis, F. R. McCor-
mack and W. P. Walker, who on oath acknowl-
edged that they signed the foregoing Charter as
subscribers to the capital stock thereof, and for
the purposes therein set forth.
In wittnss whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and seal this 14tth day of January. 1909.
FRED. W. BUTLER.
[SEAL.I Notary Public.
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TENNESUKE VOTES DRY. The bG Stat Notice of lateatih to Apply hr Let. N .
Bill Pa s Legisate to o to Ef. It will pay yw tyead the Guarante ten Patrt. All acom dtad mka *rin as
feet Jaly 1st, otthis Year. Store adv in today's paper. i a a of Mr. P rdt th U
In. this adv t prices re Quoted *fr-aw ti r tht o
Nusi Be, Tl.L 11-The bill i -
ttthesale hof t on staple oods that are n mafttS dS a settle. M I8. N. LAWLU
to prohibitthe ale of intoxicating li- .ha, a =o der & Setry A. W L A M
an l ble -re in t'heti yr-it ter 6'm ..L .04LO~I ,e
quors in Tennessee passed the lower alble n oe ttr -S o do, b d Teo oZ"
hose of the legislture this evening by pres very e reduced. Besides wras rwdteas -' 0.
oeo t e these v attrer e r every thinf wi a chasrW a dtahrftwnr t You feel a if y ed em f e
a vote of a6to36. Twenty-two repwub- he eprimy ev ything s aZ; of thi aa, i s- h --h St- --_ fQ e
is mark is figure and the a m. the l a rr af at"$ tof"tor41am Wbe gpoas- Uv, ne BM H
Hlcar voted for and one against the agdes dursngthe ore s you? Save the s0 sym & -A
mam The bill pas sed prices rL made durin the Avi
.tamm. The b ud i tIhpe geriva the F. La: iUpOMA am but get get rid of the meawa bq o
actd on favorably yesterday by the G a a by Noveb therWP. L plyOA b n ori f th u Mmf
seate, and now goes to Gov. Patter- Gua tee last November. A.cts Pasn. i the wrkt i mai rm
mA. He is expected to veto it, but un- t t 8c i Sprao g roesia.W br b t
der the onstit~n his ve' eSpu g F Compaay. with its *dmal w gia u= cts, Wk b
der the constitution hs veto only ope- consi in ent only when a L Oath SerP back s=d B pia. Sod by w l
rt asa 1suggestion,not as a stay, child actly bad. Some mothers the United StatesMa ma be determine poomb Drug Co.
and a bre majority may pas the bill that crying is badness; it's Bth B a of ADhvt of thicortpo T
ove the exuative veto. The gover- o v our baby cries, look for t. Kodol digests all the food yoa tm
st6gnokhoeral n of thebuiesor busi If you Will take todol Of th
nor s allowed to hold a bill five days p or e external cause, if you to be tra e acbd arl y take Kcool for a 1tt wh wh l
and if at the rpiration of that time it 't hem give the baby White's busiDesdsis YO Dl iaer h Ve iadlb0btit. It
ha not bee returned to the legisla- ege as the chances are it rof Detors f t t dcid pleasant to take acts proptly. E&
as the schimstpatiortBoardyO m rer, itn Twoid dr L
t t becomes a law without hi g- from worms which keep it amS e A hy Live oak Drug Co. W
STebill proviWes that prohi- h ry d cro all the time. Pleas- d re m aeredu .wtlo
^ J^J?11 .^ ^'^ the time. Pleae- IS^S^ ^uSa 04ku.. Other ion d '
toe shall become effective July 1 ant to e-sure in it's action. Price as demhe al"chiv br wboo; to &
Wo, we a as and diented m l e ad each
SSold by Suwannee Drug Co. other buMnmas n isotent with this heater
andtiw l vorniag earporstis eofd this har.cter.
The Mau t Man in Tow Mr and Mrs Sid Hinely and Mr. A naC. Tama .
i thee M w1ao ah s wars a frov will leave today for tle T 0tr0W ta ofts
is am aSd -isand is Tea Tboryand fTresuer. Wiandt lowe
s adi abl and s coast in Taylorcounty. They will onB Hdnd shamr of the pue vd orf One it ag
ad sharp in his answer.Nine be there by a party of friends Us &I Other M SeCalkg ood&
of ten it's not the poor fellow's Madison and they will spend wa w siand m m a are to rate
it's his liver and digestion that aa or ten days in camp, and enjoy mrof wr i say kbde d mapon tAe a ?eitL rt
him feel so miserable; he can't be- unexcelled fishing and hunting of prald by the Board of D"rector
ing so disagreeable. Are you section AnTIcL Fono r9 U U .
ge of getting into that ti Thiscorporation aniess ooerdioved by law .
Then start at once taking Mala Z'sa Kodol for Dyspepsia, and Indigestion s exist for ninet e ears
series fne your s er--the s will digest any and all food at anand The business of this uneor t Wale e .n-
S uanee g all food at any and all times. Kodol is ducted by a President, a Vice-Preent and a
by Suwannee Drug Co. seretary and reasurr, the last two ao wMse&
guaranteed to give prompt relief. Sold oics may be held by one and the am y
and also by a Bard of Direetonr of not ---%
Kennedy's Laxative Co Syrup by Live Oak Drug Co. leh. th r nor e re than ae who sa t --
tutes nearly a good as stockholders; the regular annual metin of the
tates nearly as good a. Don't use harsh physics. The re- stockholders for the election of Directrsh be
It cures the cold by gentle moving the held on Tuesday after the fourth MNOday in June
It cures ta co by movig action weakens the bowels, leads toof each year, at which timeoras soon therfter
bowels and at the time it is chronic constipation. Get Doan's practial said to lders shall dct a Bard K ennedy '
soothing for throat there of Directors, and aid Boar of Directors. shall
sooig the ouh. there Reulets. They operate easily, tone, forthwith elect from the stockholders of a cor
topping the cough. by Live Oak teulet he o at i, on. portion a President. a Vice-President and a
Drug Co. the stomach, cures constipation. 3 Secrtary and Treasurer. and said directors shal A An =
Smnake and adopt By-laws for the government of
the affairs of said corporation; and until the Arst
annual meeting of the stockholders of this cor-
poration, G. H. Davis shall be President F. R.
MeCornmak, Vice-President and W. P. Walker, j
Secretary and Treasurer, and the three above
officers shall constitute the Board of Directors.
who shall administer and carry on the business Rliees Colds by working them
a of aid orpoation. Relies Coldrs by _ru a _____o U"
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aimed and banded for th prpoae i
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tarfml COnO- Their perpetrat<
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m* freq tl rmalting from the t
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cae to debphethelaw ua thing
drtl week and worthless, and mo t
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SAthe dA aitia of their crop
fee the grereeful pMans of t
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Sdw theWias of civiiaed war-
makedume- d ridin to their
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ri~ d il h t rmg down their
m bnt ratify their brutal
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b rtUdMeoflthes o rd of this
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id bnucW within its sope vicious a
to ionot elements already deprav
a- heart, reckless of the rights of o
pi- and wanting only the prospect o
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Howard, of the Orlando Reporter-
Star, won the first price of $25 offered
by the Tampa Tribune for the baet ed-
itorial in a Florida paper on the bene-
fits of a State fair, and Hethaeington,
of the Lakeland News, captured the
second prize of $10. Both editors re
in the qppareil class and it is not r-
prisig that they won in such a compe-
titim. We are curious to know what
they wij do with such an imm
mount of redy cuh coming upon
them all in a heap with this bewildein
sddenness, and in the midst of their
joyoCU agitation while their minds a
yet seething with half-formed plans foi
Slaying out their wealth to the beat d
vantage, we beg them to remumbe.
the noble maxim of the great and goo
Carnegie that he who dies rich dies di
Sgraced. Ifwe could meet themat th
Tampa fair and steer'em up agin Si
Edward Lambright, Bar't, and other
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Record is abooktlyB
polities and all ot0ea fKi
be a free lae in the inl "
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ad judgement of its
question of the qrow
has very pro nmcd wed view,
Xtrict Balmn reg ati ud
opposed to prohibition by klw.
per will ako have datimetl
features in the way of good
loalauthors, and in a
and cosmopolitan coihnwimty
sacola a pnbictir so,
out of the ordiary has a & W
promise and its future looks
Mr. Hatmi iaa old dtirn of i
a iae, an ex priced mo piymq
miad a moat agreeable &=ntir n
esre m in his convietios and with
courage to express the, and if he
Give the patronage to sUtain him i
Shis venture, he will do his parted
I niah the people of his city and Wester
with clean and able and interrtf
paper, and not the les so because it i
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terror in every neighborhood infested Andy could see them he would declare
by them. with joyous tears in his eyes that he
A leaon was needed, one too plain, had witnessed his fairest ideal of total
sharp and decisive to be mistaken, and poverty following hard upon the bene-
it comes in this verdict from Tennessee factions of great wealth and he would
which bids all the law-abiding South adopt it as a model in his own case.
brace up and be of good cheer, for at
last a jury has been found not to be No President of the United States
hoodwinked or cajoled by the pleadings ever shriveled so rapidly in moral stat-
of the lawyers or external influences of ure, and almost visibly to the naked
any kind d that dared to do right in a eye, as has Roosevelt in his effort to
grave crai when the very civilization stain the honor and integrity of Sena-
of their State was one of the issues of tor Tillman in the matter of the latter's
the trial. The news of that verdict, purely personal and private negotiation
and its example, too, will spread for a small body of public land in Ore-
through all those regions cursed by the gon by strict compliance with the Gov-
lawless spirit of the night-rider, carry- ernment law. Roosevelt hates Tillman
ing hope to the oppressed and dismay intensely, and from motives of malig-
to the oppressor, for a fine instance nant personal spite he has used his
at t.b right moment may inspirit a ,Teat office to set spies upon the Sena.
whole people and send the elixir of its tor and his private transaction anc
saving grace through all the currents even ransack his desk by stealth to se
of their life. cure letters with the hope of proving


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journal in its entirety and in every de- tof
artment. steadily increasing in excel- due
enee and influence as the years go by, tiorui
nd speaking for the State and its pro- "t.
press with more effectiveness and over W.ijs
larger area both at home and abroadI Foricda.ld
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an. We are glad to learn from a re-
cent issue of the Times-Union that its
circulationn last year increased, in round Notc i
lumbers, from ten thousand in Janu-ireaeiver wi
ary to sixteen thousand by the follow- m ytj
ng December. Truly a remarkable Ta* JWW
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showing, especially in a State so thinly Dava. adm
settled as Florida. The Tampa Times Pal "I a'
is entirely right when, in speaking of the frotdo
CoUatr. Vh
the Times-Union, it says: "It is not thefihaub
without its faults, but they do not csw11tl
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bI UIrR ts city hlgtag
@w"m Ma tdat a th enoral

U U f for yi Flour. Graham,
wh Pa"iWy and Yest, etc.
Pams C GM& y.
MM*, J W.qter, of Jsper, wa
In t do ekylda yiitug her augh-


m a e or t bootisg birds last Sat-
rdy. T klled the limit.
Wago bbt Amun tu facing,
hfm mahiry, at Or$a prices
Florida Puftuiaf b Ag.o Paltka.
Mr. Stanford, of Aberdeen, Miss.,
coumpinaed by her young daughter, is
hem a iaisit to her son, J. I. Stan-

Harad's Shoe Store will be open
forbuiaes about Jan. 20th min the
dia formerly occupied by Mrs.
Lawlr..
FOR SAL-A nice cottage on easy
tMa;1a i *talty oe k4 with
ater OtiM and electric lights
Applj at soffae.
Parker's "Lucky Curve" Pens.
You may return or exchange them
within te days if not perfectly
suited. 8uwannee Drug Co.
LOST-On Sunday, gold brooch with
state settings between J. L. Edwards'
hoa and the Baptist church. Reward
for returning of brooch to the Demo-
emrat os.
All who are addicted to the alco-
% hel or drug habit, can save time and
moey by consulting me. All corres-
peadence strletly confidential. Ad-
dme P. O. Box M23, Live Oak, Fla.tf
Omne 0. Williams returned Saturday
hfm Bttle Creek, Michigan, where he
hd i far the put few months for
his alth. He is very much improved
-gaed about 20 Ib. in weight-and
i iokbg fine.
Ms. A. B. McNeil, of North Caro
a, who has been visiting on of her
se- Jackisoaile for a few dam, w
tned to the city Tusday an4isth
gwso hersom, R E. McNel, Liv
Oak's popular mayor.
Mrs.. urt, of Welborl, whee
Lhu ad was aidmently klled at a
ephte.minme near Newbetry %few
weeks ago, wasin the city Moaday
after business. She caled at
tihe Dmocrat office and renewed her
mbaeription to the Demorat.
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DIDION


IOn th Coasrner 'J

w.pringuu, ty t of
Wait bj Jr abistA the n -Carmita Grubb.
steL op8" up. W. B. sarvard. t

Have you tried Sawannee Wftch two-stay bui.e houses ensoon-to
a an m hore s tw t

W "M 0^IL^I it *y fromn a busrm vidt to JacaB.
On the Corner
K Mim Nwaoi Hamptm of Hampto
Sprigs, is in the city the gmet oflttg
W*it totayyaoras twI the iW Canitas (;n.
O u .. It is reported that two handsotte
Have You tried Suwnnee to to houe n mto
Huel Soap? Suwannee D:ug Co. be built in thecity.
J. C. Knowle called Monday and left Mr. Fred Btler has returd h e'
the eash for the county news fortwelve from Bekhear, Ga., whr she spet
moth s. the holidays with relatives.


C. H. Brown returned to Tampa Mr. ad Mrs R. E McNeil a the
Madayafter a coopl of day v~iit proudparentsof a e little daughter
he with family. who arved at their home Sunday
E D. Hodge, of Newberry, entered morning.
he comperil department of the Mi S. A. Randll of Madison is
Southern Tuesday. visiting in the citv thin wekr with ha


J. L. Edwards and fan* left Wed-
emday for Jacksonville where they will


sisters Mrs. C. A. Hardee and Mrs
Sid Hinely.


xie in the future. Fo suAL-Pine shingles. Write us
Moa Ji Wilson, ollematell, Mo., forprices; can make you prompt deliv.
ismthe g at her aooi, F. R. Mc- series. R J. and B. P. Camp Lumber
Cormeak and family., Co., White Springs, Fla.
C. A. Howell, nav stores manufae- Dr. A. S. York will not be in his of-
turer of Hatch Ba was in the city fce next week. He will leave Monday
Monday on business for Jacksonville to attend the annual
The city hall, o d theprettiest pub meet of the Mason grand lodge.
lic building in t gb tion of Florida, W. L Ulmer, who has been con-
is nearing com nected with the Brown-Thomuon Drug
A. H. Bown/ r of the Hair Co. since its oraniation, has resiged
Hardware ConpaWy made a business his position ad will return to his home,
trip to Caedele, Ga this week. Monticello. Mr. Ulmr is a most ex-
the so cellent young gentleman, and a good
C. B Dowkn s ao the good solid bs ne ad res
fr Of section Was in to business m ,an md we hope after a rest
SMo y deposited a r l of a few weeks at his home he will re-
Su Monay turntoour city where a hearty wel-
dollar come will always await him, whether
Live Oaki isbout the busiest little on business or pleasure bent.
city in the whb country. There is no
great bjg'boo on, but she is gradually The tar Cooperage Company, E. T.
climbing up. Nelson, manager, has leased the Live
ch/mb dI Oak sash and door company's buildings
The/ ampton, so wel and favorably in the western part of the city and will
known ly the farmers, a general favor- move their plant thereto about Febru-
ite al over the county, at the Suwan- ary 1st. The past year was a very
nee/Haridwre Company. successful one for the Star Cooperage
C. S. IeFever, of Luraville, one of Company, and the demand for their
tl* eqnty's best citizens and a suc- barrels has increased until they find
carl merchant, was in the city Tues- it necessary to secure larger building
day looking after business, preparatory to increasing their output.
HBry Lamb and W. E. Cheney were Joel Tucker, one of the city's promi-
muog the number of subscribers to nent and best citizens, has decided to
the Democrat who renewed their sub- move to Jacksonville where he will en-
sriptions for another year since our gage in business. Mr. Tucker has been
ht issue. a resident of Live Oak for several years
Miss Bertha Hedge, one of Suwannee and is interested in a number of busi-
mcoty's bright lady school teachers is nes enterprises. He is a progressive
ew at Milton, and has ordered the business man, and one of the truest
Dnmocrt mailed to her at that place and best men in the whole country, and
for six months. he and his esteemed wife will be greatly
missed here where they have none but
The Suwannee Hardware Companv friends.


have received a shipment of Hampton
plows, a well known and favorite plow
with the Suwannee county farmers.
C(ll and examine this plow-it is per-
fect in every respect.
N. Smith, proprietor of the Live Oak
Cigar factory, has leased a cottage,
and will go to Jacksonville tomorrow
to meet his wife and children en route
here from Tampa, returning with them
tomorrow night on the short, when
they will go to housekeeping.


Now is the time to select your plows.
We have the well known Hamoton
plow and ask that you call and examine
it-inspect it and test it, and you will
find it the best implement for Suwan-
nee county soil as a crop producer and
for general wear and tear it has no
equal. Suwannee Hardware Co.
Maj. Geo. E. Porter returned Satur-
da from Philadelphia and New York.
He returned by steamer to Jacksonville.
The Major has been wanting to be on a
steamer during a storm, and on this
trip he had the pleasure of passing
through a young cyclone that fully sat-
iified his "longfelt want."
Dr. Armstrong, the well known Jack-
sonville specialist, will make his next
professional visit to Live Oak Feb. 4;
office, Hotel Suwannee. The Doctor
has been very successful in overcoming


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Resolutions Iy WVoman's C('l,.
To Hon. R. E. MeN.-il, mayur, Pr,,-
ident of the Board of Trade. members
of the City Council and members of the
Board of Trade:
The Woman's Ciub begs leave t,' pre-
sent to you for your carcful (coniiler-
atian the following resolutions:
Whereas, much harm comes to our
city by the coming of carnivals,
Resolved, that we as club-women,
mothers and citizens condemn as de-
moralizing and injurious to the young
people, our children and our schools
this low class of entertainment.
Resolved, that we appeal to you to
forbid coming to Live Oak any class of
entertainment which is detrimental to


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The eastern part of Live (koi -
growntg any other t < 4i
now. Many new dwelli ns ae
up in the section of the city near the
Tedder Lumber Co's new mil
Chas. Saders ad faty ft9
day for Salt Lake Cty, whk i
they may aikt awI tie bi hgs.
They are going to take a look at the
country, and visit Mr. John MeD.sl
and family, Mr. Sa drs 0st yi
law, and if they ike tha t|ry Not.W
terthan they do Florid theym y
main there, nd if not they wil retwa
to Live Oak. Mr. Saundor did not
sell his hom her, a he acted w
for the chases are he wilt nd
place like Flrida.


C. B. Olliff & Son, who haveconduct-
ed a mercantile business at Houston
for several years, have mo their hb -
ness there to J. H. Long, a wellknown
citizen of that place. Mr. M. E. Olit,
the junior member of the firm d C. B.
Olliff & Co, was mager of the busi-
ness at Houston, and he i a be young
man, and conducted the business se-
cessfully. Retiring from this business
he goes to Jacksonville. Mr. C. B.
Olliff, the senior member of the firm,
is in business at Welborn.
Miss Clem Hampton, of Tallahasee,
was in our city a few hours Wednes-
day en route home from a visit with
her brother, Mr. Hamptou, proprietor
of the Hampton Springs hotel at Hmp-
ton Springs. Miss Hampto holds a
very responsible position in the office
of the State Superintumdent of EdUaa-
tion at Tallahassee, a position she is well
qualified to fill because of her knowl-
edge of Florid school work in which
she is remarkably well posted. Miss
Hampton was at one time teacher in
the high school here and her frieadsin
this city are always glad to see her.


Butler Clothing companyy ,
Elsewhere in today's paper you will
notice the advertisement of the Mid-
Winter Sale at the store of the Butler
Clothing Company, one of Live Oak's I
wideawake business establishments.
Prices quoted in their advertisement
ought to be inducement enough to case
you to buy if you are in need of any-
thing in their line; or if you expect to
hereafter need anything in their line it:
will pay you to buy during this sale.
This firm carries a well selected and
stylish line of goods made by some of,
the best known and most popular man-
ufacturers in this country. Read their i
advertisement and give them a call.
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S. H. ETTER, Proprietor.
Trunks, Bags, Sample Cases, Fancy
Leather Goods.
12-14 East Bay Street
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8, 1908.
Dr. T. A. Bailey, City.
Dear Sir:-The work you have com-
pleted for me, which consists of crown
and bridge work, I consider as perfect
as i possible to do.
I am more than pleased.
Your painless and anticeptic methods
are commendable. I cheerfully recomi-
mend them to others, and predict for
you the success that your careful treat-
ment of patients and excellent work
.merit. Very sinca:ely,
S. H. BETTER.


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Everyone for whom Dr. BSW -
worked is marveling at the sest"M
and skill with which he sndlM is 'WI|
tientm. He perform the most
dental operation witot i mad
ableto mve ma teeth where a
dstists w~ faiLDr. BaulMitehMy
nerre and extraet tth by ais nm
'painlemetu Nbwhih have no eqsu,
and at whieh the people MarveL
Dr. Bailey ill be in ive Oak t the
MeCullmen BroI.' bIldinr 3 1-2 H
atd rtnet, to duemotrate hi painlW
methoda executed at whe Ja krl e
ofIce (the only rtrictly mtiptie ofitee
in the South.) His force of expert
and bire vohune of busin enalei
him to tm out th best work t pies
below that charged by demtuts in sa=l
9eic which will not avenge more
thma me set of teth per week, while
D. Bailey's force make frm five to
fften fll sets In a day. As muoh
practice perfee the operator, you
should not fail to take advantage of
this opportunity on Friday and Satur.
day of adhweek, more pechally as
Dr. Bailey (to advertise his Jackon-
ville office) will work at the following
low priam:
Full mt of teeth, 1.00 up.
Crown, 5.00 up.
Bridge work, $5.00 up.
Filling, 50c up.
To demomutrate the painleu work as
done by Dr. T. A. Bailey and his ex-
perts in his Jacksonville office, Dr.
Bailey will be at the following branch
offices in the Live Oak district as fol-
lows:
Live Oak, Friday and Saturday, at
McCullers Bros.' building; Madison,
Thursday, at Merchant's Hotel and
sample room. Jasper, Monday, over P.
D. Sandlin's store;, White Springs.
Tuesday, over J. E. Milton's store;
Lake City, Wednesday, at Central
hotel
The above schedule will begin on the
3rd week in January and be continued
weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert
assistants with him.
Jacksonville office, 12 E. Bay, over
Florida Trunk Co. tf


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XMAtFIACtURERg OF
Lumber, 1i.es, ISe, e1t ie
Lights, Pow e and Turpta
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for
Residence or Business Rouses at a very reasonable rat
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacti
ing purposes.
WhoTesale and retail Ice- ot of City orders have pe-
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
We wiMgveyou good prices lo grade ceia and
floorig. Cmeand get ouri


rfnlam I4 UIuJ
Send us $.S5 and we'l and vhip yei thu
that r u7a 7'sClIs at re I stores for 17.40 B0 0 lu i
scat aud back with Freu h r:f- at top. XS.& @f9O16
finished gol' k; and hi-h! iKuI:!.c'. 3'OP13u0 Y a111
tesired. Yo'4 va save luf of .Ioncy by b6y02 8
tr= the beory t.Uat burs Iu her in b4 hb. i s or O
but lS a:ud bels th1ti ::C "re in oj e South Is "ad
\hgLesaue-.iarifg you heavy r,- c,:1 'i harz aud rwta
pro~ts.' Our bis true grul" ..',On-$ oyCf 31 d*5
kinds of ciair% for parIct, room, kit-.hen poich,
lawun, store, ofuce-all bizC51U*a tyle*-&,.l at l.wetAby.
gain price!. Yvery chair g nre cKeccly as nWPW
sented or your money .ou tame o rtak"W"t
ever. Mail postal to-day Cataulfue Iaid special
Christmas List. eaus i yoew PIke
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J. F. WHITE,
Merchant, Mayor South Jacksonville.
So. Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8, 1908.
Dr. T. A. Bailey, Jacksonville, Fla.


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Dear Sir:-The work you did for my 11F UO YJU|
wife has proven entirely satisfactory -
and to be all you claimed for it, an(' l j~rT I [- E S
though the prices were most reason- \ J SI E S
able, I know i could not have procured i
better had I paid double the e price
charged by you. ,Liberal Inspection, Prompt
Your anticeptic office and cin ani Returns. Write for Circu-
painless work will always iwt a!lpr .i-
ated by your paints. lar.
I gladly recirmninnd vyuu at t:vcry o-!
portunlty. Respectfully.
JOHNF WHITE, AMF IfAN TIF
Mayor So. .Jacksonville, Fla. AM ERICAN i II


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S""" *i what is really needed is "a place for the warmest advocates that this bill and that time is tito set M iW A
h o ,r I e, parents or guardians to be con- will have will be the Hon. Don C. Me- hatch i March. A sdbe to
t j l who allow their girls and boys to Mullen senator from Tampa. Mr. in six agath you ca depmd a s
"* n rN a caBMvAu'" do 6A they like and go where they McMullen stated yesterday that while plentiful supply df WsL"-Paelacs
p Hase rtorm school to teach par- he will not frame this bill he is certain Journal
county atd a splendid a en a to tai their Ipys and girls." that it will be introduced and he has no
S After g all expenses there is Evry a eilp in the ld, doubt buttat ait will carry. It will n
tb" hoin the trpsger'b hnds of everyone who h ras to do with waywns require a two-thirdsvote to pass such
S oTa o micr forl our home youth Pw tair r a this a measure, but from the line-up, which a
this is better than a carnival. oph Ifthe parts oi thwe mi- it is aleed has been formed, there is
1b d ti l help and brings the guide, or guidedd chiMi could be little doubt but that the required ma- Notie of led to A r I .
plme d ier together.-Lake City In- punisad it might wake in them some jority will be secured. Mr. MeMullen t at
a sense oft raa oibit of parent- says he will lend his effort on the floor Undwr ad by Th. hw, In
Shood. But the trouble is that the mis- to the passage of the bill and will also .
Rs THE HONO chief is done before matter reach the a in bringing about state wide prohb. fo t l
,h tlhdrawing for poltion by the stage of commitment to the reforma- bition, even if he has to go on the rlerw 6* If sadi r
J of th Supml Cmr th tory. How would a school to which stump Under the present eonw.it i cs- e
Sfor hdf J atie fell to Hon. J. ach newly married couple should be it will be impossible to have prohib t&t S aw d 1 -W
S hit wort be- compelled to go do-Titusville Star. tion in Florida for two years to come. Uadoff W mda t t e s Cad
Id Wt e oagrapotnltae ou good t No election can be held, under the law, J^a Sl,
pi ea of the goodM C thri e tory. ,HowwoEuA OF sUBIC POLICY, until the next gene l election, two Ants= zL.?'",
|llmI m fall i s V.-Ie mhCam e rT ad the bbi1

y fa. his way.-Lake c The Starke Telegraph, commenting y F l heoe, at whh es the matt Nam &A h ret a t
on the article in this paper week be of state wide prohibition will be sub- se~a L b. of th wsI
S. -.mitted to the people If the vote fa- b t Opur. w-
Ta nAMPLE Or HAMILTON. fore lat on the Cooper case has this ttd to the peoe. thevote f d- T apri pl naw t
Svors state wide prohibition the bill can the eor-dsstioha a .i bets th Iln SnA. a Wm
Te Jckaamvleye Metropolis calls to sy: i. SM. an cp mils. 1T ui a th bwm m
Sa the tie is t he surmise of the Breeze is become effective January 1, 1911. Mr. W ha" thea rht ta WI bor Sde s a oa C*
S al the counties in this section to i Mullen has framed but one bill so pur.mdtraxWtes .eiu.afmWhWr M OStAK
HBamilt coamty in the constr-. founded why is it that the public is f that Ie willing the senate, po wrtm
..__ I __ ...y n ir ,-- '.,,. ,,,.,a.,,. ,,, rfar that be will introduce m the Senate, W1thin = ;4!, ft dn"Vt gg ^ B ^^
e dfiood sro The construction take into confidence of this being the bank g-.arantee deposit AMucL dIL A.II
S d rlads in this county s attract- Broward and the whole story given ot? bill which has been so much discussed G ennat of bwhM to mbd.
as attetta d the tire state. n state has ben kept in anwc a een so much s es eon L The w n t th bibs
qi t groft development wi not abut the Cooper case for s throughout the state. It is understood to itranctedby thera W rtwis t be stu_
td opm that much opposition has developed to o~ t iorua i anlt as t
asim pjapety actions, but ye rs. If there are good reasons why this masre, but a stubborn tght will w a oa all t a b
meaet he the sentence of death shod not sbex-or fg wll wmsat w i bfBr a J
will r many new settlers to the te sentence of eathshould not vex- bemthose who favor it. The _saeinb wa slad a
eem mq umere the work is com- eutd it seems that these B a mad tha w S a, d ua ul m* i l
p*sd-white Spinga Hral. should be made public so tha there legislature meets in April, aond there aS i adal S ?f !a r l fW-
maybe anendtothediscuasio$." are many matters o importance to Me. and to have ib I aar
SMAwIr I OVEBSTOCKED. The reuons both for not iing the sou lorid to come up at this time-. i 'Tto al ,m a de
Seas of sa island cottoo has been death warrant for Cooper am for not Tampa Tribune. mTnageMred ro r e dea. hIui
d r thism than at any time making public those reasons ;are those joy sa power, riLto ad niti r to
Stim of the present gen- of public policy. The editor of the Tel- A CROP OF GRBAT VALUE. poroia .to -t s ndwd Atld rnr
* ~nats. Ev~den y the market is over- egaph, like the editor of' this paper, Some time ago the Kissimmee Val- .. tadte.. s ol tne hab-
IMd .ad will take some timeto con- caacertain them as we did, and aszette called attention to the fact ins. i te dos -
Sthe lett r surplus of 1907 and any other newspaper ma can by ask- that the value of eggs imported annu- an not ifs et th t rpaorte hr ar m it .hw d'ad 4X^
tLe oaf 1I Far this reuan it gernor. They bn f ally into Florida reached the enormous ta o I. Si i,
woMd th part of wisdom for far- to be quite suf(cient, nd Bro. Mat- ally into Florida reached the enormous
--a tLem isbad belt to give a thews, will when they learned, do there is more money0,000, to be made withat oI. T aLImot a~p
prt oftheir attto. to other money as we have de, e way for refer- five hundred hens than on a ten acre i b the crratl s pe l oL d mI BWd M
aps and not pin their faith altogether ence in the fatore.- Funiak Breeze. farm The tte o anot ive toohe e e ah be wat. M A um ISaI fl


toti. In the light of the xper- value of poultry imported for consump- fn tSe at s tuSnt M Utam o l ts
S i~ of the past ew years it appears TH PrlE OFr COTTON. tion but the figure would, no doubt, re- pid inat ch timeh i k aEnr theo a bndo
l b spite of all that can be done The Tiires-Union talks sense on the quire six places to represent it. J. M. theod totie, mpn d S
uad id and written on the subject the cotton question. The growers want Wiloon, Jr., of Kissimmee, who has capistoby sto aLI s tn tet the
price of cotton can't be forced up when cash for their cotton immediately upon been engaged in the poultry business b the ha r hdld by OchA M eo wpi. e d ,Wy ar 0
the production of the fields exceeds the its production; though it must be held for ome time, handedout some p e rac- ibrmythe ri S aofscor Adtmiie mmssa dr
Sdmand of the factories, and that the by somebody though the eight or ten tical information which is well worth Ana.cL 4.
only way to make the product bring a months intervening before the succeed-1 reading. He is an authority on the The terms for which a corporation o shall-exia st.A MIE
living price is to reduce the production. ing crop. It is a business law that the subject, it is said, and there is no rea-' tinuefor riod o in ts-ll ni amd c. Dutrgo
-StarkeTelegraph. men who hold it for that period must son why others should not benefit by usoner dissolved according to law. Tfl t LB
be paid for their trouble, their risk, his experiments and experiences. He A ic t i t w the d t e e
SnunR. 1 HPFL thi moe inetd and so Officers by which the busine-, is to be trans letwe. th 6b9 de $
HUMPHREYS IS HOPEFUL. their money invested, and so forth. declared that he considers "the raising acted. th ewu t ~. del m
State Senator Joseph H. Humphreys The mills do not want to and cannot af-' of chickens one of the safest and]most Section 1. The business of the corporation crums arAl b echrs th
shall be conducted by and under the control and coaty and &w* r
of Bradentown who is a candidate for ford to buy a year's supply in the fall lucrative businesses a person can en- management of a board ofdirector. a p dre siert
the presidency of the next Senate, is one year after another. The cotton gage in today. "And," he continued, F'ce-presiert. cr. tary and threaurr. and a
general manager. Provided, tht the (c4c of
S in the city en route to Tallahassee to middleman, the despised speculator, is "'with eggs quoted at forty cents a genera manager and r~roary my be fied by \ut 'c'
Se attend Governor-elect Gilchrist's inau- the fellow to whom is due the fact that d,,ztn and then none to be had, I have office of president and treasurer may be filled by IDearinet of
guration, and, incidentally, to strength- the fall price does not below zero. often n wonderedd why more persons (do one and the same per n. epar t eaof tieR Id 1._1B
Section 2. All of the F'd liretorgai'lM Land Of ice at Geins eik
his own political fences. Senator He studies the situation, figures what not engage in that pursuit." He went shall e elected and chosen fomnamonr'hte 3Ack- member iv, liMt. '
eng ae h. elders of the corporation at the annual meetia r ot.e l-l
Frak Sams, of New Smyrna, is also he can afford to pay and keep the sta- on to give the following pointers: tne stxkholders, t be held in the town nof Notie i V'
. .* I b Branford in Suwannee county. Florida. at the DanCe, of Livt ( ,
in the city, bound in the samedirection. pie for until demand catches up with "My experiment was made with a iaeof business of the corporon. Flon the art o Februarync 12O ,
I I wexp~'i"'e~t H~aj made with a place of business of the corporation. on thefirt February Itstft rA6
Both are at the Aragon. surplus, and he olffrs that much. small dock in a yard. Strict account Monday in July. 199; and on the same dy nnu. Erntu ry, 1,
ally thereafter, each stockholder having as may Entry, No .
In speaking of his chances for sue- He naturally expects to make a profit was kept of all the expenses ;and credit votes as he has shares paid for in the corporation 01642) for swl of sr, sI
eess, Senator Humphreys, who has and ought to have it. There is only was given at the market price for and until thead et anul meeting ad ni b 3 south, ra 12
theirsuccerssos are elected and qualified. h e idiL,
most ably represented DeSoto and one way for the growers of cotton to chickens and eggs. The result was diners shall be: A. H. Brnford. Florida. into an, hs LW
John R. Langston, B-anford FRorida. and W. H. tUol to fake flb bIe yaw
Manatee counties in the Senate for get the full price for it, and that is to that the hens fed themselves and paid Stephens. Branford. Florida. and until the next %tablish claim to the 60A
several terms, said: "I do not think hold it themselves until the mills are a net profit of $1 each, the second year nu election and until their succewr ~ rib d, befIore tb ef
there is any doubt but that I will be forced to buy for their daily consump- $2 each, and the third year $2.50 each. Flerida. shall be president and treuurr; John R. c rt at Livo (lMb r' aI L
Langston. of Branford. Florida. shall be geners d ~di of February, 109.
victorious in this fight, as I have been tion. That is what the middleman does. The breed used was White Leghorns manager and a-cretary. and W. H. StOphen.... of C ant am
assured of support from many of the It is true the cotton planters generally' crossed with Plymouth Rocks, the Brnfiord. Florida. ose nbe icpnt J.rH. p. LT th'
strongest men in the Senate. The con- can not do this. But they could if they cro&: being made to give more body to prescribed by the By-laws of the curporatin. W1. J EPWy.,
cncnnA1bCLE 6. Brantley Sww&rt .
test, I believe, has narrowed down to were to diversify their crops and raise the birds so they would be better for ALimit E 6. Brmnc. y Stewart,
d mr c o ta te c Limit of Indetlneste H J r. CTrV.
myself and Senator Fred M. Hudsod, no more cotton than they could handle table purposes. I kept an accurate rec- sect, 1. The highest amount of the 1nde*.- H INkY IL tNt'N
representative of Dade, Brevard and in this way. To that extent the reduc- ord of all eggs laid, and some hens edne r liability to theh corpao, n saix ftt f paid.
at any time .subect itself, shall not exceed tW ice
St. Lucie counties, and although Sen- tion of the crop would be practical and dropped as many as 220 in a year. The the amount of the capital stock f th-crporat.m. .
tor Hudson is a good nd'stron mn sensible. The only way to keep the great scarcity of eggs in the winter is An LE T % .
Iblieve I will beat him."-Jckson- market for cotton steady and the prices caused by not hatching the chicks at in~ r n atr enu roftesuribe (It ta for Ot oirJ &eM
ville Metropolis. reasonably good is to feed it no more the right time and in keeping the hens borby ech. t e we as















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made and ha more good points abaut it than
Sofitlpid on the market. Has either champ
Sbit o e k orj, s the ftli r out f the
s t which conveys it to the ground nd sp ds
w made by the opening plow.

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I ANUT M SW I N& 1letry Fed
o' -toaet perfect made. Far superior to anything
-' m tbh markets Unmsrpsed or putting out all kinds of
i.a easily regulated to distribute the proper amount; no
wste a tuM ing rows,

, We want your business this year in Agricultural Implements of all
: chance. We have a very complete line of eve


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Is bd s ted frame with v to t or b
on Guanom pt ot, a at ae operton, o d
horse; hop bolds nearly twice the amount of Gan a o
makes of (i tors.

kinds. We am and will save you money. All we ask is a
rything you wl need. Come and see us.


.i H. BROWN, Manager


LIVE


OAk,


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O f CTY COUNCIL.

E ;* ,k.t l .Jan. 11, 1909.
mt a retlar session.
lowk, Prmident of
4 A Lmet 8L J. Wbite, J.
EL Wood and T. 8. An-

a rovwd minute of Dec.

bilo against the city
ad ordered paid:
sak, hut. on b'd $1,000 00


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Layle^ (streets)............
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aiaM 's Bank, interest..........


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,B vote of Council C. H. Brown was
tHted to contract for tablet for

ety clerk was also instructed to
wo w@ma mt of tax books for the city.
y 'rLA. L Ry. Co, the A. C. L.
WOa di.et LO.P. P. ad G. Ry.
o l Ph d byre otidof coun-

4-m the M a;uwing M
0en Third stnret and


ing was renewed for another year, also Notice of Applcatin for Charter.
the oetract with W. H. Lyle as street Not i. t t i
superintendent was renewed for the tand to a to h Govora dod S
I Florida.atT&ulOhWMs. rlBmaonthe 18tI"day
present year. of February. A. D.P for eiams to them
The eoueil instructed W. H. Lyle to tes-b... Ptea Pt t pe uthe
purchase sufcient two inch pipe for I itam our hands amd e ths 4th der Jan-
etenion of water pipe. oum 0. a POrr Ja.
On motion, adjored. CQD.BLACWI L
J. G. GOOGANS.
C. H. BROWN, we, t undeniud hery adopt th pro-
President of Council. hrt nn
S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. ofth aae thI of
da LUWahICo mittr and its priac" place of
h pecting Property Ofered for Sale b an bha, S wanwie amnty,.
to the Govermuent.
The gsearal nature of th business to be tram
Major Fred Brackett, of Washington, actd h ad ormpoa na sha r he bet e b .
".Muag m a dttarin all kinds of drmed
D. C., inspector of properties for the sad aU lmibr. ts ri. sa and mean
Government, is in the city today to in- rtu a tio m d allktl. of b d wod
..e b mi. sellig an d Ia etur_ of i au
aspect the property offered for sale to dooad blrd, nd all kinds as bu di, t m-s
rwk Buing bour for ether by enact.
the Government for a postoffce build- or ownP a btu and r. a afdin
i ouns form rt &Wor i and bukin.
ing site. The amount appropriated by OU for rent for sale.
the Government for the purchase of a .. & ,
The capital stock of ad corporation shaBbe
lot in Live Oak was $7,500. Bids were ae thousand dollars divided into fifty sha.
asked for and about seven different the Par vale of one hundred doll eah. ten
as an aou seven en per cent of which s to be paid for in cah before
pieces of property were offered, and oorration is authorized to commence bui-
Major Brackett will recommend to the 4.
Government the purchase of the prop- id coronation shal exist for fifty year.
erty he deems most suitable and con- 6
SThe busies o Mid corporation shall be con-
venient. It is very likely that the se- ducted by Presdent sad Treaumr. Vice-Pmi.
election and purchase of the property daSecretr, d they shat be elected the Arst
TuMd* of January of each year, ad until such
will be made within the next sixty or el ctionand Quaietionof sad offic the bi
4s of the corporation shall be cooduted by the
ninety days, and it is hoped that an ap- undermine
GEO. K PORTER, JR.. as Pres. and Trea.
propriation will soon be made for the C.D. BLAC KW ,u -res ad
building. J. G. GOGGANS.
6.
Press 'onment. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
Press Comment. to which the corporation at a time subet
A. G. Allen's United Ministrels gave it lf- hl not exceed the sum of fift thousand
a performance in their canvas theater 7.
at the corner of Fourth and Court The names and residences of the subscriber and
the amount of stock subscribed for by each: Geo.
aI tata loat ni~ kt T k t Yt wiO amoL&A C' d .- i.. ... -..-


O1fV=W U&M7 U .l.W eI1e nt w asO PaUea
and many were turned away because
there was no more room. The idea of
presenting a minstrel performance un-
der canvas is quite original, and judg-
ing from the crowd last night we judge
that it is a paying venture. The tent
is arranged with stage scenery and cur-
tains the same as an opera house.
The performance as a whole was
meritorious. The sayings and gags
were all very good, as well as the
horses, ballards and other singing.
Th orchestrawas also good. In the
AVLI A&L% --l6 A..+-- .. .Y- *.-


r. rurter. Jr., twaen-nve share, U. BlaCk-
well. twenty-four shares and J. G. Gocgana one
share, all of Live Oak. Suwanee county. Florida.
In witness thereof we hereunto set our hand
and seals this the 14th dy of January.A. D. 150
GEO. K PORTER. JR.
C. D. BLACKWELL,
J. G. GOGGAN&.
State of Florida.
Suwanon County. i Before me a Ngtary
Public, penoally.cam Geo. E. Porter. Jr.. t D.
Blaekwel. J. G. Goun. to me well known u
the foreaoin subscribers and acknowedmd that
thy excated and subscribd the am for the
uss and prpo therein set forth.
Wits bmy hand lld sal of offe this the 14th
day of Jnuary, A. D. 1909.
E. H. PICHARD.
Notary Pubie for the State of lord at large.
My conmmsion expires December 1. 191L

Sheriff S ale_


Dr. WV S. York and Missr Vetye MaNri -f J
UmsteaLvere quiet married at the Mr. F. I. ME d-
home of tle bride's father, Ho B. F. dB. F. a ME M d
Umstead, 4 Plhaat Grove, on Sun- of the ht I r
day afterno, January 10th. The c &e. a C. C puk1 h- -
moay was formed by Rev. Wray, paYr d the tiN" aM f -
past)r of t First Baptist churchof phe prfcs- th
this city. They an me at me to hI
Dr. York is high teemed young frimi at Mr. kbem \ adA l
man, pomesinthe qoities that go jtaeea m tfdhdwft ef I*
tomake our best m The bride is~ i gr amiwad a iw o
the daughter of f1 B. UmsteUd, oulr yowm d s t* 11
and is a charming and accomplished' honeet bw ml h m-4
young lady She has ta h very :suc- tleman of stlia wth. Th
cesfully, several ter o school in was oe of Plant ity' f
this county, and wa oveda admired ladies, and Mr. Brim t is bW
by all her friends afawn acquin ancea gratulated apon winf t fr a 1
They left on Moday for Atlanta companion.
where they will spend severall es. The Democrat wishes thB
The Democrat joins heir a Su- ness and prosperity.
wannee county friends in ext ing
congratulations. PILES. PILEW! RILM
Williams' Indian Pile Otltmwt
Every Mother will cure blind. Bleeding and Itlchtl
is or should be worried when the little Piles. It absorbs the tmore, allys
ones have a cough or cokl It may itching at once, acts as a polt
o u or gives instant relief. Wlliams' I-
to croup or pleurisy or pneumoni-- dian Pile Ointment is prepared o
then to something more serious. Bal- Piles and itching of the private part
lard's Horehound Syrup will ure the Sold by druggists, mail 591 ud $1.
trouble at once and prevent any com Williams M'f'g Co., Props., Cl
plication. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. land, 0. Suwannee Drug C&


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mawAf.p RT f OCRDINes.
Ot Meu*I lmday After a
"By Imis.
QMr l Cosatof Record adjorned
t~day after a very busy session of
e M tdmM aweek. The jusy wadis-
iaei Saturday.
Th docket for this term was abut
the lage im ce the mstabshmlent of
the oort, mad it was probably a record
btMki tma for the dispatch of busi-
m ar umber of cevictimks.
The a clerk of theco ert, Mr.
But perform his duties with ease
md patch, and Ms eoartey ad
po s in the offi dal dischar of
Sdesti has made for him many
'ft following eases were disposed of
y theo ert sines the last issue of the
Desoaut:
Sate v. Rate Johnson, petit ar.
y; trial by jury, verdict of guilty,
m4 wntem d to pay a fine of $0 and
ais or6 months in ail.
ate Margaret Stanley, selling
ior; verdict of guilty by tbejuryand
l $d 0d ud csts or 9 months in jail
Mte vs. Alle Love, aggravated as-
mlt; jry returned verdict of assault
at attery ud $d 0 and'eosts or
G Oths n jai
ate vs. James Holme and Anna
d MeMDauld assault and battery;
ury returned verdict of guilty and
AWes wasU ad $2 and onehalf the
embi ad McDaniel $15 and one-half
tim eats, or 3 months in jail for Holmes
ad s months for McDaniel.
State s. Henry Bryant, Henry Fil-
mor and George Smith, trespass; tried
bary mad sentenced to pay a fine of
Sand onthird of the costs each or
SdaysI in jaiL
Sate vs. Mamie Bunch, assault with
it et to commit murder; jury brought
S a verdict ofassault with attempt to
m er. L E Roberson, attorney for
dfimdant made a motion to arrest
j~pment, which was overruled. Mo-
tilesforanew trial was also denied,
sad sh was sentenced to 2 years in
Sate prison.


B.P. Coachman and wife were in
the city Wednesday and Thursday en-
roet to their home at Colquitt, Ga,
fth a vit f several days at Clear-
water, Tampa and St Petersburg. Mr.
aad Mrs. Coahman will always find a
earty welcome to our city, and we
h9p some day they will again be num-
bmd as citizens of Live Oak. Mr.
Coachman is a progressive citizen, a
ood business man, and we need him
bak here. He knows this is the best
busss place in the whole county and
the coming city of the South.


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SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM. J. L. Green, of wa a vii-
tor in Live Oak W
Iftd Bapti COeh Februry sM, Br
1.9 ,:45 A M. !, Don't forget BrO. Caah
Store when you shoes.
Song by schooL Hymn No. 209. i
Pyr i E. J. Blbme ri a neat cottage
Sota o i b l bult an lot north of his dwe.
Soac by kooL Hymn No. 661. mtn o
Reading of lesoan in concert.
Teaching of lemon in class, thirty CoL Mallo Horn, of Jasper, wa
milntes. in the city ednesdav on lqal bsi-
Sorg by schooL Hymn No. 2X2. aness
Speial-Recitation by Rev. John A M w. Cr.ed or hs een vi.
Wray. iting relay and friend at Pinmomt
Report of secnty. thiwee.
Special-Mixed quartette-Philathes
ad Barca clare The acsrct for the new twortoy
Ilhtrated talk by superintendent. brick k for M. L. Burett will
Dimima. proba& be let next week.
Two excellent adult clases-the Phi- The Democrat has added quite a
lathes, for ladies, taught by CoL John numir of new subecribers to the
Harll, and the Barne, for men, booe in the put ten days
taught by CoL Ir J. Carter. WANTED Position by milliner.
adult member of the church, who can, int-cs trimmer and experienced
shouldbea member of one of these r t e. r
class. Lesson taught in most i1 er- Ad E, this e.
eating style. Come once and you will Perry Hodge has leased for this year
come again. the Perry Hurt farm, 5 miles south of
Strangers, visitors and others invited. Live Oak, and will move thereto.
S. P. MAYS, Superintendent If it was fashionable to be a hypo-
crite, our politicians would be like Selz
Call for City Primary Election. ahoes-unn.t-W M Tni,. y
o-tpr- dat Ucalr 4D8 W


Notice is hereby given that there
will be a Primary 'Election held in the
city of Live Oak, for the purpose of
nominating the following officers:
One Mayor, one Clerk, Treasu
Assessor, one Collector, one al,
one Alderman for ward No. 1, Al-

derman forward No. 2, one A man
for ward No. 5, one Alderm lae.
Candidates to be uaesed ry
expenses of election as : Can-
didate for Mayor, $3.00; for and
Treasurer, $10.00; for Cl $5.00;
for Marshal, $10.00; for A $1.
First primary, called f Tuesday
March 30th. Second p'ri if nec-
esary, April 6th. Polls be open at
8 a. m., and close at 6 p m. Polling
places to be at court h and city
halL The following i tors are ap-
pointed for No. 1: J. White, Thos.
Meeks, G. W. Town d; J. T. Carroll,
clerk. For No. 2, T. J. Lyle, G B.
Lord, L H. Cone; C. T. McDaniel,
clerk. Election to be held under pro-
vision of ordinance of city of Live Oak,
governing same.
S. B. CONNER,
Chairman Ex. Com.
Card of Thanks.
M.rasGreshaom desires to return thanks
to one and all of the neighbors and
friends that helped and assisted her in
distre and oss by fire.
Clinical / Thermometers. Suwan-
9e Drug Co.
/


Prof. Graham, of Jasper, ex-Super-
intendent of schools of Hamilton coun-
ty, was in the city on business Tues.
day.
Mrs. Joe Roof and little daughter
were visitors in Jasper this week the
gueat of Mrs. Roof's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Register.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Evans returned
home Tuesday from Tampa where they
had been visiting relatives and attend-
ing the State Fair.
Sid Hinely was in Missouri and Ken-
tucky the first of the week buying
horses and mules for his company, the
Hinely-Stephens Co.
Most of the so-called golden opportu-
nities that come our way are only plated,
but Selz shoes are all solid and will
yield a large dividend to the wearer.
McCullers Bros.


Rev. T. A. Cox, the evangelist for
the Christian church, who is making
this city his home, returned the first of
th weer from Hamiltonm ointv hkara


&a A. W. MAIM 4.tWM
raor t vww k do dir

L. I. West, a s r dt o
Grrnvbtwm in iO lakeami
m weidnub. I
WANTED-To b"y a VWi b o
horse, a 8 yaram dto w4 ak:
1,00 hs. Waftr wa mt


Co. J. M. Go mn eo MeNy
best citisem aad a promist lr.a
wa" 4 itheityyedtr*y.
Miss Com Speigretued
Suday after a dsith vist with .
afive and fri.a ia %ha.
Lester ScUboe daow from
Jakmovib rday to vwt fri a
and look after business attrs


J. E Battle, a well known ad lm-i
ing citizen of Omco, was in the dyI
Wednday the guest of MayeMr
NeiL
Max Straus, one of the most popr
lar traveling salesmen in Florida was
in the city Tuesday accompanied by is
estimable wife.
Miss EstherHail, one of lakeCity's
fareat young kuims i the city, t
guest of her nle C. L Hal and fan.
ily, and Miss Uerdie Hadock.
Mrs. J. S. KinMaid returned how
Wednesday from High Springs where
she had been visiting her dubter,
Mrs. Harris. Her little grandson Sta-
cy Harris, returned with her.


T. S. BWidn went down to Jackao
ville Maday. From there e wed
down toSanta Fe to visit his dakter,
Mrs Wm. McGregor, returning to
Jacksonville Wednesday, where he was
met by Mrs. Baisden, and they returned
home yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. J. W. Gaulden and two children
of Tifton, Ga., are the guests of Mrs
Gaulden's sister, M D. G. Bui.
Mrs. Gaulden accompanied her hus
band this far Monday on his way to
Homosasa for a week's fishing in the
famous Homoassa river. Mr. Gaul-
den is a member of the Sam Clytt
Fishing Club of Tifton, and that club
is now enjoying its annual camping and
gshing trip to Homosassa.


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Su. ..,, -w w," re It looks very much as if a new union ntev. v. ar k
he has been holding a protracted meet- paenger depot would soon be built Services at a. a
ng' here by the railroad companies whose "The Lmp IMi
W. Hawksmith, wholives milesfrom lines enter the city. The Live Oak w4h auih al
this city, had the misfortune to lose his Board of trade has been for several jeet: "L Lt
barn and contents by fire a few days years working to this end, and now Sum~I- i e
since. The loss amounts to several that the Railroad Comnmission is inter- Jai~sr L slM
hundred dollars with no insurance. Mr. ested and earnestly pushing the mat-, Sealr gow |
Hawksmith lost all of the corn and ter, we hope and believe the raihrad Midr-w k V II L
feed he had on hand, and it leave him companies will build the much needed day 70 Jp. a
in bad shape for feed for his stock depot without further unnecessary d Good atd w p
while making another crop. lay. welcome to al


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This Planter has the best Guano sowet yet made. It
e with perfect regularity from 25 to 400 pounds
rte It does not work up the Guano in sticky mass
South coutiuuously just the quantity wanted. It
and delihts the operator by its smooth actions and
pl y. At one trip this planter sows Guano, covers
PiM another furrow and plants in the most perfect man-
eotto Corn, Peas, Peanuts, Sorghum, Cantaloupes,
e and similar seeds. The depth, distance, and quantity
ed are easily adjustable. It is light on one horse and
eiet operated of all. This Planter we can furnish you
ftour different shapes.


Alo we carry the Avery and Hampton.
nMrtet for something good, write for
bari or call and see our stock.


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This is the plow that is so well reomme id I t
It is the simplest and most practical f a 4
tion plow that can be used the seuma 'romd. I
w you see in cut you have three difret rim d
d besides a Sweep, a Potato Diggw, a C
id Burster, a Weeder that can be attached to t
e all chilled and polished. The beam worh w
k ht and left, up and down. The hamdl
ks .'a socket that can be raised or loweed, It tb
rplo Uat will successfully turn the soil in dry wet


Prices will be given for the


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of B3eaviBe are buy
tb gsapd to plant their
u'l la W. T. Beach are visit-
4 Mr. J. Bach and
Inbta1, M They wiUDre-
Sp bgs to ee Mrs.
UIm. Ubanks.
.Mvmr oaf Watwrtomn, is
ma friars at Beach-
.I
h.tl Mrs. Slle Cuom
S m t Shndy with Mrs.
SMr. ad Mrs. M.Boyd.
iL Lawrece Bibby are
ta aof ansgirithat ar-
DL Valrtime'a day.
Stime is about over and
f B kUivnfle'a citizens have
ni mad hominy for this year.
L vei plenty and enough to
'tlir lm fortunate neighbor a
mt Mri s Sanford Beach enter-
Sthfeir friends at their home on
fll of Feruary 13th. All report
a mst pleasant time. Those
we0: Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Mr. ad Mrs. J.A. Cason, Mrs.
Mesra. Lee Owens, Frank
SBerry Swails, Willie
yWillie Timmerman,
Mimses Eul and Mary


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Prices are
es ud Tw Iorse
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Laundram, Lucy Crawford, Myra WANTED-Position by experienced
Odom, Irvie Sweat and Emma Swales. saleslady in good Florida town. Best
Mrs. J. T. Crawford has been on the of reference furnished. Experienced
sick list for the past week. It is truly both in buying and selling. Address
hoped by all that she will soon be able C, care of this office.
to be about among us again.
Mr. and Mr. J. a Bemah and T. F. The railroads entering the city were
Bech spent Sunday with their brother, all notified by the Railroad Commission
Sanford Beach and wife. to appear before that body yesterday
Wonder what young man went home and show cause, if any there be, why
Sndyp. m., with an achin heart the have not or do not build a union
because his best girl was not feeling passenger depot in this city. W. R.
well? Letcher. proprietor of the Suwannee
Hotel, represented the Live Oak Board
Wonder what young lady was looking f Trade at the meeting.
her beat at Mr. Beach's entertainment
because Mr. Lee Owens was present? Charles Blackburn left Monday for
Look out or Lee won't be a bachelor Sarasota, where on yesterday he was
much longer. to lead to the alter Mis Bessie Ophelia
Listen close and don't make much Hypes, the charming and accomplishedI
noise and we think you will hear the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. W.
wedding belkl ringing about Beachville Hypes. Before returning to this city,
in the near future. If not, we are much, where they will reside, they will spend
mistaken. SHAUNEE. about two weeks visiting points of in-i
terest in South Floriday. The Demo-
HIEALTH AND VITALITY crat joins their many friends in wishing
Mott's Nervine Pills them a happy life.


The great iron and tonic restora- The editor of the Democrat returned
tive for men and women, produce Monday from a combined business and
strength and vitality, builds up the pleasure visit to Tampa and St. Peters-
system and renews the normal vigor, burg. While in Tampa we had the
For sale by druggists or by mail, $1. pleasure of visiting the State Fair, and
per box, six boxes for $5.00. Wil- we were agreeably surprised to see so
liams M'fg. Co., Props., Cleveland. many very fine exhibits of Florida
Ohio. Suwannee Drug Co. fruits and vegetables, although the
number of counties represented was by,
'B.Hu:.ininint'iu u imi ^ no means what one would expect to see
at a State fair. The Hillsboro county
exhibit surpasses all others in beauty
SMI and size. r )lumbia county has a splendid
Mie I exhibit of fruit, vegetables, farm pro-
ducts, etc., gotten up by Hon. T. J.
SAppleyard at his own expense, and in
celebrated charge of Mr. Appleyard and his ac-
)R61A BU I6 1ES complished daughter, Miss Sarah. A
)R6 A BU661ES number of other counties have very
trial Buggy OR the ma et creditable exhibits. The races at the
right, too fair are good. While in Tampa we
were the guest of Prof. L M. Hatton,
OWENBORO Wagos president of the Tampa Business Col-
w ha 0 lege, one of the best conducted and
d with a reputation for light most successful commercial colleges in I


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We are now receiving our

Spring and Summer oioos

And while the weather may be a bit ool,
you will find many seasonable article
among them, such as

Prints, Ginghams. Suitings, Pqiur

Percales; Linens, Etc.
of which we have a beautiful line.
Will make our final announcement when all are i.
Will be pleased to have yoi call and see them.
We also have a nice line of

Hosiery and Underwear
Can supply your wants for light or medium weight&r
Another lot of

Seed Peanuts, Seed Irish Potatoes Corn

Beans, and Garden Seed
of all kinds for Spring planting. Fertilizers for


garden and early planting also


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7ea floiat momeea that of the
mk i bite whole tsoaesre byI

G lk ad- it my.-
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-fmadi otma ner it may -are
p timerm 0iry-wmni* i a ae of
meicm that beeds mea qualioed for
-uimB. The whaoe uemoet ha
is lof foolery that ias prerved from
Nt Ismf nation only because the
*hmIb of it ar chiefly wxemml-Tain.
pa lUBh


Te try of at mob doing at Lake
lad prm ts a hoorie picture Ho
rnM pSaOa the world over is the
ea but CdiT tia's task is to eurb
mreamipao. The mob's action
vii ijare iLakeand--ad Florida-for
rm to cmeo. Dose of white men
beoaaisg avenging fd and depising
the law d mot hep the case of one
t aunt mg beeoming a fiend of st
addsft i thkw. The good people
of Lakeimd should have a care lest the
ght of mob violet shall rise to
uI thb -St. Petersburg Ide-
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kOD Se kt I t Paper.
he other day a local merchant hap-
p- d to n a farmer receiving some
geds at the depot and noticed that
eameoa Chicago mail order
heaw.* He oticed alWo that the goods
we r hb h isH sad the sam he
Wrm i h stw or o yeas. He
-- ai sappsehed the farmer
- -": ."I ead hve sod you every
4bM wt ethfer for les money
tyesa Ie the Chicago oose and
m e ay freight beside." "Then,
wy tihedevi didn't you my so?"
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o liquor dealers
nt of every act of
mted States which
their business, and
ht about it. But as
I, l pector being lenient
t of their ignor-
a matter that will rest
ent of Agriculture.
tor's statements to a
etropolis reporter, either
specific in the language he
e reporter misunderstood
on. B. E. McLin and Capt.
eare the officials who en-
law, and the inspector is sub-
heir instructions. Punta Gorda


Sensible View.
Suwannee Democrat argues that
ide is a proof of civilization and
ws comfort from two recent in-
stances, thus: "Suicide is a proof of
self-consciousness, and self-conscious-
ness is a proof of civilization. Two
Pensacola negroes committed suic'de
the other day, hence they were civil-
ized, and as they were doubtless types
of a large class it is fair to assume
that civilization is making headway
among the brethren in black." This is
a more sensible view than the one that
suicide is always "rash." It is usual
to characterize suicide as "the rash
act," as though it we.e the only rash
act a man could commit. Now, there's
marriage, for instance. Isn't it "rash"
in some cases? -Times-Union.
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SW lNh 10m atterup wtc
tm hitt ni relative to thw
anl& CoI. for, eprf
t -ir t hnmi of refrigweate
an n Flori a, a ad n have a oai e
lw MwrM te CIetyi s tL Ar.
Ear & Co. mke thousands of dolls
about of the people of Mante-
tyr nd its oely fair that they
ib b4r p y the bL EBddregt n
is licensed and taxed and why not
this grab-all corporation. We have
asked t he aUorneyg werl to go to i

hl f rb Whim we will act further.-
Maatee Record.
De'rt Kow k tNO Hrd CMnf.
It i proper to remind the farmer of
Florids that in the northwestern pack.
iag centers men are paying about and

ad ateers. So the butchers are ia
rida, bet the trouble with a is that
wears buying cured meat from the
orthwet at 20 cents and more a pound
instead of producing enough for our
owaeatig. For hogs and steers
be produced in Florida for 2 or $8
hundred, and can be sold at a profit
100 per cat-but a great many
m never to have found it out,
thoe that do know it, don't
half hard enough. -Tampa Times.
nb. Weddy Pw'
We must remark again as
character of the Florida week
papers. It is a real p
ovr our exchanges. An
one of them, comp'
fm another was used fi nt
page of the Advocate. t
habeen copied by sevt that
we have een. The ~P .the
extract was the At
Advocate. It is wolt aow even
the malltowns can such fine
newspapers. We Ildalour hats to
yon, brethren of the s y pre's. We
appreciate your i p and feel
that we are in pany.-Florida
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cumstances there is nothing left but to that he had been informed that some of Our good friea, C.
suspend the Argus until we can make the shippers and dealers in '"shuckd" Jadcksommne, was I th
other arrangements. We can only say oysters are using an unwholesome day, lookiar afts
at this writing that we are negotiating amount of preservative, for which they We have been fet t
to have the Argus continued and hope are liable to a fine of $1,000 and one bee ad famiy wyea
to brig the deal to a successful issue; year's imprisonment He is now mak- Live Oak, their e l B-
shortly. The Argus started under the ing a thorough investigation into this, are still hopisn alsai
brightest auspices and we are very particular matter. Mr. Jordan is prov- he would not my rtaq
sorry that this unfortunate affair oc- ing himself the right man in the right aging when appnoaced
curred. We had full confidence in the place and it will be a smooth individual Wedmneday by a
Rev. A. L. Buchanan and still have indeed who palms off anything impure Mr. IMGehee is intral
some hope that he may return and can upoi the people of Florida while Jor-: of business eterprim e
explain his absence satisfactory to all. dan is "on the job."-Tampa Tribune. he could look after is
A report reached us about a month ago ets from ere toas u gad
that he was sick in a hospital in Jack- Tk True Reason for It. it seems to us, aU from
sonville, but he cannot be located.- Sheriff Van Pelt of Escambia county any other point in the 8tWte .
Sopchoppy Argus. has been discussed and "cussed" some -
A e d too, for his action in enforcing the Sun-! A Soap adapted to the ~I
A Fre Waden Needed. day closing law in Pensacola. Might'-Sawanee Witch H La
The Lake Butler Star says that for- we ask what the law is on the statute Suwannee Drug Co.
est fires are destroying timber and books for if it is not intended to be en-
fences at a disastrous rate in that sec-i forced? But neither of the Pensacola
tion, that from Lake Butler to New papers have given the true situation in
River it seems to be all fire. It sug- reference to his action. The company IM
gests: "We have game and fish war- building the new American National a
dens. It seems that each county needs Bank building wanted to work on Sun-
a fire warden. This reckless practice day and asked permission to do so, to
of burning the woods is damaging the violate the law in other words. Mr.'
lands, timber and property of the state i Van Pelt properly told them that he
hundreds of thousands of dollars every had no right to grant immunity to any
year. We have a good fire law which ne for violating the law. "Very well yeia-- a
if it were enforced and applied to a then," they said, "enforce the law oftbelh
few of these people setting the woods against all or stand the consequences." I
on fire would be a blessing toallof us." And there he was. So after all the a
The suggestion is a good one, so long commendation he deserves is for en- 1 S
as so much recklessness is displayed in forcing the law in the first instance o Wa
firing the forests and there are so few only.-DeFuniak Breeze.


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it e my official signature andseal
ti 7th day of Febrary, A. D.,
98. J. W. BRYSON,
Cle rCircuit CourtSawannee county,

Notice of ApplOition for Tax
Deed Under Section 575, Gen-
eral Statute of Florida.
Notice is hreby give that A. L.
Brof Tax Certioficate
o. 48, ted t d day of July, A.
D 1909, has d cetifcate m my
I and bas amd& application for
utax edto isa Eacordance with -
law. aid certi ase embrace the fol-
bting ieried Usoty situated ia
BM a, ah towit: I
oftns maeey o a t2, aooth,rle i
east,40 c The sid Iad beig ,
seed at t te of the bance oft
such crtik theuseeof P. RoaB I
tree. Unls da id caetiate "ab be
redeemed ccordtl g to law, tax deed a
willisfe thert a n the 22s dayof 1
March, A. D., 190.
Witno s my official tre and seal U
the 17the 1th day of Februar A.D., 11
90 J.W. BRYON, ,
Cler Circuit Cou4 Suwannee County, 1
lorida. n
Notice of Ap ti for Ta Ded
Under Seto I. 5 of General Stat
*tes of Florida.
Notice is hereby gien that A L.
Bryson purchaser o Tax Certifiate
No. 235, dated the 1 day of June A.
D., 190. has filed seertfieate in my
office, and has made iplication for tax
deed to issue in aceorance with law
Said certificate embrace the following
described property situaed in Suwan-
nee county, Frida, to-wit: Lot 7 of
section 10, township 2 th range 11
east,80acres. The aid being as.-
sewsed at the date of issuance of
such certificate in the nhnatof un-
known. Unless said cr ate shall
be redeemed according to la tax deed
will issue thereon on the 2 day of
March, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official sguntu nd seal
this the 17th day of Februry,. D
1909. J.W.BRY&, ,
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee rnty.
Florida. t
Notice of Application for Tax uee
Under Section 575 of General Vt.
ntes of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. .
Bryson purchaser of Tax Certifice .e
No. 62, dated the 1st day of June, ,.
D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Suwan-
nde county, Florida, to-wit: E ) of
NEi of NEi of section 36, townslip 2
south, range 14 east, 20 acres. The
said land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate in the
name of unknown. Unless said certify.
cate shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will issue thereon on the 22nd
Sday of March, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official idnature and
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