Title: Suwannee Democrat
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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: February 19, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00550
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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CAIBOIT IN THE ACT.

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HT TI -Ualen of Sunday has the

"W e in te act of blowing the safe
k1 Ib attLhe.t of Charles.. Bur
"M d o Jefferson and Bay
s6 M u 4n, g at 24 o'clock,
Me sMo a white man, wascaught
SO-eM A- m When the ofier
meLs th store the buglr was at
ek the door of the safe and was
ta-e --Itelyby surprise, as the
ew covered him with his revolver.
Ier sldysbmotted to arrest as he
-h" I Ms pocket lantern into Am-
- tfatee and realized that an effort
t e peor resistance would be futile.
(0ear Ammon was patrolling his beat
at early hour and his attention was
attracted to a man in the vicinity of
Jde .o ad Bay streets. The man
paared in the darkness. A short
tl afterward the officer found that
t dor to Brnett's store unlocked.
fb supicons were at once aroused.
Qepkg to the rear of the store he
I d a ma drilling into the door of
S safeh, singat itervals a mall
eletrie pocket atern to aid him in
Ms wrk. After approaching within a
fw fot of the burglar, the officer
esm dM d hip to throw up his hands.
is he did. When the man was had-
eded the police headquarters were
t-pboeed and several officers dis-
tched to the scne. The burglarwas
promptly carried to the station, where
h wa arched. In his possession was
fad all the paraphernalia of a pro.
asim al safeblower. In his pockets
thre was a bottle of nytroglycerine,
swral iulaited electrical wires, a lot
of Jewry, and a quantity of postage

Its fr t of the safe which he was
atmpat to blow was found a small
Oeel aw, a wrench, a glam cutter and
a bh containing acid of some kind
d a revolver.
*WhIm he was mterrogated at police
iheadarter ShLpso at first declined
t dL* anything about himself, but
y gav his name and address, John
implmo Curtain Bay, Baltimore.
"Tk capture of this daring burglar
is a mt imprtant one, as the large
-en t of stamps found in his posses-
dma iWtw possibly his connection
wth postoffice robberies. Officer
Am s was roundly congratulated by
is brother officers on the splendid
work be did this morning."


S -mm A Revival Metfng.
Moed dt I orat.
IOb "s 1 6 Next Sunday. February 21st, at 1100
IO t p, u me i n, Elder J ohn A Cagile, of Steven-
to ll s -~ t. ams, Ala, will begin a series of revival
Ses'rves at the Second Advent Chris-


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Eler Cargile has been in the work
for number of years, and is one of
the best posted men of the South, hav-
g made a special study of prophecy
ad often uses illustrated prophetic

These meetings will' be continued
each evening through the week and the
public is cordially welcomed. Seats are
free and those who attend will never
have cause to regret it, and those who


TO NBT IN MnKMPIS.

Next Anal tCema dne e iDs-
Date F eias Jm-l 8.9 e.
New Orleas, Feb &--Adjt Gen.
and Chief of Staff Wil E. Mckle to-
day ised from the hdqelarter of
the United Confederate Veterans the
following general order, by onc~wM'
of Gen. Clements A. Eva, command-
erin-chief.
"The general comm.Ai announces
that acordig to the custom hereto-
fore in fo which lvea to the te-
eral cmmanding and the'department
cono-1n drs the hiDg of the date of
the date of the reunion, the ninetemth
annual remuion of the United Confeder-
ate Veterns will be held in the city of
Memphis Ten., on June 8, 9, and 10,
190, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thur-
day, respective, those days having
been named by our beot as satisfactory.
"For the fifth time in the brief life
of this order the people of Tennessee
throw open their doors and invite the
survivors of the glorious armies of the
Confederacy to partake of their hospi-
tality, while the noble and patriotic cit-
izens of Memphis a second time beg
wearers of the grey to be their guests.
"Thegeneralcommading, with much
pleasure, announces at the request of
its most energetic president, Mrs. W.
J. Behan, that the confederated South-
er Memorial Asociation will hold its
meeting at the same time.
"The general commanding sincerely
hopes that the press of the entire coun-
try will endeavor to stir up interest in
the coming meeting, and to this end he
requests that this order be published,
and editorial comment made thereon."


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G. P. McKinney's Dwelling and Con-
tents Destroyed.
The home of Rev. G. P. McKinney,
(colored,) pastor of the negro Baptist
church in this city, together with the
household fixtures, wearing apparel
and library were destroyed by fire on
Friday night, February 12, at 11 o'clock.
The fre was first discovered by Mc-
Kinney, and he is very much of the
opinion it originated from the kitchen
flue. It had gained such headway that
within ten minutes after it was first
discovered the whole building was in
flames, and it was with difficulty that
the family of small-children were res-
cued.
The furniture was all lost, and all of
the wearing apparelexcept a few pieces.
All of the children's clothing except the
night clothes they had on were lost.
The building was valued at $3,000
and was insured for $1,500. The fur-
niture was worth about $500; the libra-
ry not less than $500, and the clothing
$300 or $400, and on these items there
was no insurance.

DWELLING HOUSE BURNS.

Mrs. Z. Gresham's Home on Pine St.
Went Up in Smoke Last Friday.

Mrs. Z. Gresham's dwelling on Pine
street, occupied by herself and Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Bussey, was discovered to be


do not take advantage of this oppor- on nre last tray at about 12 o'clock,
tunity will miss a great treat. Don't and the usual alarm given. The fire
wait to see what others say about the boys and the neighbors and citizens
a things, but attend the first service generally were soon on the ground, but
aad judge for yourself, then we feel the fire had gained such headway that
sure you will not wish to miss a service. the firemen worked some time before
The great prophetic headlight shows they had it under control.
that we are almost to the end of this The furniture was nearly all saved.
age, when we must stand before the but the house is almost or quite a total
righteous Judge, and we need to know loss.
all we can about it that we may make The insurance on the building and
intelligent preparation to meet it. The contents is only $800, while the loss is
miistrs of the city are cordially in- in the neighborhood of $1,750.


RAST COAST IOTEL BURNED.

The Clarei at Sa~me L WryedeI
-P l edae, a sav ---eL
Daytoas, Feb 14.-The Hotleri CRChr-S W
don at Sembeeze, o of the largest STAT
reort hotels o the East Coast to
gether with ten M 4ini t heo I I
house, was totally destr~ yd by kei
early this morning. The 15 getn,
who were asleep at the time, were AadChradlre o
saved without injury, mad many were (OMN tt
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When the blase wafIrst discovered __ o s
Snthe night erk rsdthe etol each 6t e ds o
room, notifying g ts, who made ther e-= iIbrd
way hurriedly to the streets. At em ea M g llsS
time the blaze appeared to be under
control, but the wind shifted amd it t ifitl a
broke out anew, and in Im than three- t S -
quarters of a hour the entire bui ding br A i S B
was burned. anoseo f-
The ten cottages owned by H. L
Kochersperger caught from sparks ad *.j n l
all were bmned at the sam time. The
hotel help were panic stricken and the I b -
maq at the bqo d'a d tb
elerks could do nothing with them, onem i
woman biting the clerk badly on the
hand. The hotel was a wooden struc- m a h pl
tore valued at $200,000 and was insured
for about 40 per cent. The streets t bo u a h-
aBout the hotel are stacked with B ad of f
trunks, suit cases, furniture, etc. The mitosa: -a S L
management is making every effort to ri f -w-m 2
take care of the many guests. H. C. C
When the fire alarm was sounded in PH. T- Ai~
Daytona hundreds of personas from here rn. tl ~n Il
rushed across the river to Seabreese; Croo, oStfr m -oo
but even with this additional help the W. H. dq
fire could not be checked. H lN sa
The fire was discovered by the bakers AgTricultam ra I MeL 1b~
who were just going to work. It origi- wlrin 'e T sea.emi f ~, .
nated in the coal bins under the kitchen Thi theis am of S b
and at first it seemed that the fire ex- .er and a *buddlo-i
tinguishers would do the work, but m ,has I-ami sn
there was some difficulty in getting the m i f theB -
water faucets to working and seeing u Z the State im qm
that the fire was beyond control, the li pitia
guests were notified to run for their ti
lives.1-A 2
The Boardo a ht1--4s. '
Twelve extra policemen were called w. Gilehit, e ik los
out and tkhy did excellent work. The tate H. C. arwfor ad Aim
roof of the Cherokee, home of Mr. Goeal rk.IL IMM p
Kochersperper, caught from sparks, Scretar G T WM s i o
and but for the heroic efforts of Mr. rSectary for this bemaeM I ur
Gibson, a guest of the Seaside Inn, apd etutao this beard
others, who climbed to the roof, it
would have been destroyed. e i ad m
The Clarendon was just beginning e A 7 S
the season which promised to be its remit a d fd i ,
most prosperous. Every room in the p-n"mn t, and GtI
big hotel was engaged. MWmetnh k able s b a &
and impnaehment smem t 1= .
ulaUtio as my be p i If I
Another Treat in Store for Theater relative to the mIeM r d 1
G;oers. pardons."
The Kimmerlin Dramatic Club is pre- Finace Board:-Gwve r Ab W.
paring another treat for the theater Gilchrist, chahieu ; Ce I&
Croom and Sawm T gee W. V.
goers of Live Oak. At the Auditorium, Knot.
Tuesday evening, February 23rd, they Trutes of lateral
will present, "The Squire's Daughter," Fund:-Govemor Abert W.
a comedy drama in three acts. This is chairman; Attorney GAe a A. I
by far the best bill yet produced by the Trammi Comptt A. '.(
club, and those attending can be as- State TreW V il C
sured of an evening of rare entertain- missioner of AgrishWW gu m K
ment. The proceeds of the play will, Mr. W. iier o Arie s K I,
as before, be denoted to the Suwannee this .boete i a
this board.
Rifles. I Board of Draiage C s
It is needless to say anything of the Governor Albert W. G
merit of the club, for the plays they man; Attorney Geseral Pee Tr
have presented in the past prove that ml, Compt A. C
they have some of the best amateur T reur W. V. Keem rd
talent to be found anywhere, excelling sooner of Agriulture SI Me Mi
even some of the professional troupes G. T. Whitfeld t, e
which come to Live Oak.
board.
The success of the club is alsolargely StateBord of ta ,. s .. was
due 1o the expert coaching of Mrs. H. Albert W. (;,khrt. e~ m
B. Cook, who is herself a professional tary of Stat H
in the dramatic art, and of Mr. J. L. aro C tew
Ross, who for years followed the stage. ney General Prk N Ti
Treasurer W \V k,.tt 1 % 'ms
With such coaching, it is no small won- dent of Pubi. Iwnr. t R -
der that the club has already made loway
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;'ft--"__ 1 vwit &I i co n- dimthtdohe jisit isthe W-
,Ss h--- -- d a ameble C, a r he p, eom wh m te pur
W!n h bL% A of ti ar e--lI at the tnt tro of eiwit
S 13 cir, u bh i court m Levy moty. Theiti
m lradAlb t Wadso' Med ct- f Levy o ty m ma aied ad
S ad ltb b b heavr om her.- in the emu e the mInrowil be held
t" N IL t poin their arriva-GaieviDe Sm.
A MM Taint hh iui dispt --y: The quetion a new cmurt homa
Lkh- N PF. Brym choribur now ewfw- us-a-just what plans s
*Rft Indd Catrol, ha been to be mde the Tiues is unable to ay;
N a JeI r--n of hi board but there weiu to be no doubt that
ftk krtBM Brt an of vrstim, there will be a special election called
bldalolre tlhldet a eatraet'for the purpose of considing the
ltlSMo torbetitouute ofthe' propositia to remove the county seat.
M B~ad ldDhi at St. AungP- There wil probably be several town
&L Sber Hlmg in to cet $6742l in the field for the honors. We beieve
ft a -a~ltiMlm mof $2,600 for a the quicker we can build the better it
baft skit. amd to be completed ill be for all concerned as the present
to MO IL faciities are unsafe for keeping the
S it week ^ t county records and very inconvenient
W& a otwe te: to the county officials. -Sumter County
=-- --- wa bsMrar!ied. The ,Timm.-
WT Iarr blw peQ the mfe amd
O iN M to the vahe ofi Two years a each count was the
AIM -Od I moo a d MtOO in sentence imposed yesterday by Judge
STli 0is a eim gt4-Ay,I Beags of the criminal court, upon Will
bIamibtedy Mo 4ue u toJones, W. J. Shea and J. L Ray,
t lV. Tr bt that the rob- charged with and who pleaded guilty
l bliW W L a wyats not to robbing the poor boxes in St Mi-
rlb- .... L ysteday morn- ehael's and St. Joseph's Catholic
bl& ,gm Solhow*bee ardully mlchurc-es and also the poor box in
a dld d tteC l0f the depredar Christ church and robbing Hanson &
nr NiMN". Son's store, there being four counts
r Wt in rnering a good ae- agimst the defewants each one re-
gg oft j tW dfnially .peaking. ceived a sentence of eight years. The
rkwIwo the city goraenwmnt costs in each case amounted to $10, for
me t|inish net city paper which forty days additional was added
M 1 emb the dollar. Now the to each sentence.-Pensacola JournaL
in uimmh g -, w't-tsay in- If some one had told us a month ago
I tumKy, witha t i that this section would produce ripe
bn I enuM oy ofe taxespeaches in February we would have
f lde T ei thought him a fit subjed to be tapped
t d' theputtafor the simple, but when Mr. .Herbert
~?-tIt iFl the only eming brought to the Valley Gazette
im fth u Fi showiSng.*- office on Wednesday I-Lst several deli-
'T1paTr e._ dously ripe peaches" that he had just
It i B y n side shows one looks picked from the trees on his famous
f rhmk s five-l gged calve, island in the lake, we were convinced
athea l art in that ine is now that the doings hereabouts are beyond
in to p-t the le-Pamom Cat- us. The peaches were as finely flavor-
io CL. at Sothport twelve mile from ed as we have eaten and were of very
t asty. ITb fr is there motlu good size. Peaches in February in
e ia, l de wopi and can run as Kissimmee! Where is the place that
to now ot r clf. The fifth lg can say as much..-Kissimmee Gazette.
me a -Istwem the two hind logs
ad n to htw three and four Mr. William Bunch, an ex-Confeder-
b" dtof a gro nd, and is -upplied ate veteran, and native of South Caro-
vwt a ho the same as are the others. lip a, died at his home at Cashen Bend
-i ui-M Gmftette I in this county on February 4. 1909, at
the age of sixty-five years. Among
DP ety Wyne, of Newberry, has those who waited on Mr. Bunch during
-- u-ther valuable catch by arrest- his ilinesa was an ex-Union soldier, a
i a g who is wanted by the an- good friend of the deceased, who when
Cd .1 Levy county on the charge death came closed the eyelids down and
f sr. Gerge Johason and Smith otherwise prepared the body for burial,
C ih h-bame involved in a difficulty i showing that the differences of forty
Si t gIM cm January 29th, when odd years ago have all been wiped
i a- -rd in shooting his man away and the brotherhood of men from
I -ll him, afterwards fleeing North, South, East and West reunited.
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mies. Can supply you with everything good to
at at lowest possible prices. Below we quote you
a few prices that will interest you .....


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"1b Tmatoes, 2 cans for
14 RAford Baking Powder
I I brown's Mule Tobacco
A1 No Seed Potatoes, per peck
bSr pw pound
Riunk' Oatmeul. per pack
h at per package...
tt in the city, per pound
2 Pewinm Milk for.


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ample qip~mrwnt of character, brni
and apitit in easy to gua thea
Mr. Adam win soor become a leading
factor in the commercial life of the
state -mtropli I


Judge Wis of this circuit has ren-
dered his decision denyingTruby Os-
teen and W. A. Bexiey bal in the case
against them charged with the murdert
of W. H. Moreland. Though the ef-'
forts of the attorneys of these young
men the judge was required to hold a
special session, hear evidence in them
case and render his decision as to;
whether it was a bailable case. Every
effort possible was put forth by the de-
fendants' attorneys to secure their re-
lease on b. L By the above decision it
will be seen that there is no possible
chance of getting the young men out
until they stand trial, which will come
up at the next term of court to convene
in May.--Gainesville Sun.

H. L Setzer, a merchant of Highi
Springs, has been arrested by Sheriff
Ramsey on a charge of selling whiskey
in that town and will be given his
preliminary hearing here before
County Judge Mason. Setzer had al-
ready been arrested by the marshal of
High Springs, who, it is alleged, found
two barrels of bottled goods in his
possession, one being filled with pints
and the other with quarts. It is al-
leged that Setzer had been dealing in
the liquid for some time and a close


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watch has been kept on his place oL ,
business until the time of his arrest,
" which was done by the city officers of '
High Springs on last Monday, but for t.
unknown reasor.s the case has been put
off, with the result that a warrant was !,
sworn out here for the man and the S
sheriff went after him.-Gainesville
Sun.
Says the Tampa Tribune of Friday: -
I With about forty members in attend-
ance, the Florida Retail Hardware as-
sociation is holding a meeting at the ; FOUR PER C'ENT INrE i'T
Tampa Bay hotel The present meet-
ing is not a regular convention but a V E 0
sort of informal gathering of the asso-
ciation for the purpose of improving
and perfecting the organization. The
association was organized at Jackson- stranger who gave his name as both A.
viile a few months ago, and at that Brown and John Register. Both of
time, it was decided to hold a special these names are alleged to be the
meeting at Tampa during the progress aliases of Cox. Johns failed to return
of the state fair for the purpose of, in a reasonable length of time ad a
completing certain details which could search was made for him. His body.
not be handled at Jacksonville. M. E. pierced by a bullet, was found m the
Gruber of Miami is president of the as-I sand hills some distance from Fenams-
sociation and presided at yesterday's'dira. From that day to this the arrh
session, which was held in the music for his murderer has been kept up
roim of the hotel. W. K. Jackson of -- -
Lakeland, the secretary, is also in at- Crushed beneath the wheels of a
tendance. The other officers are B. F. moving Seaboard Air Line switch en-
Watts, Leesburg, vice-president; D. L. igine while his playmates looked n
Thomas, Tampa, treasurer; C. F. iwith horror, Wallace Shore, 13 years
Smedley, Jacksonville, R. E. McNril. of age, lost his life near the crntr of
Live Oak. M. W. BaeQ.e, Qu:ncv, exec- Railroad evenue and Church strwt
utive cumrnittet. ,shortly after 3 o'clock Friday after-
noon. With a crowd of boy comiran
Clouseiy manacled and guarded by a ions, among the number Lbing his
deputy sheriff, F. H. Cox. charged with brother, Fred, the lad was engaged in
the murder of Deputy Sheriff Everett the dangerous practice of jnmping (n
E. Johns, of Nassau county, near Fer- and off a moving train. To thue other
nandina, about four years ago, sa; in lads-the accident which caused the
the union depot this morning, says the, death of their little friend will be an
Jacksonville Metropolis of Saturday. object lesson, whose horror will prve
The deputy was en route to Fernandina more of a warning than words of par.
with his prisoner who was arrested at ents or police, who have been trying to
Port Tampa on Wednesday by a private break up the practice for many weeks.
detective who has been working (.n the i The lad was a son of H. F. Shore, a
case for several months. Cox was ar- plasterer, who lives at 915 East Duval
rested by the detective, so the officer street. The mother of the boy has
states, because of certain remarks he been a victim for some time of heart


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Live Oak, Florida


-I-- -- -- u- u-..-'u-. .I uu.hIIAL m*ama -.-h- -hmu- -E LILAIwasA,=uA I.-


a-dm of the mob, who said as the ne-
gm wold not get a speedy trial they
mid wot be blamed for taking justice
Oto their own hands. Men deserve
bame for murder whether the man
thL kill deserves death or not. But
u much to blame as judge or mob are
the ma have an opportunity of repeal-
in our idiotic system of criminal law
and do not repeal it. It was designed
to meet conditions that passed away


li i I a n aturi ago and yet it is clung to as
$ d1 -a m sad the shared palladium of our liberties.
Sl t a Jm LWyac's It is now nothing but a shield for crime.
I It places every conceivable obstacle in
S-- t i i -trm- the way of the punishment of crime
*t 1e, weame an d if punishment ever comes at all-
0l4m l i y and generally it does not-it comes af-
St fm T mr ter months or years of waiting.
S9 I *em w who It is not the fault of the lawyers who
to m et two mgrM are employed to defend criminals. It
L m -en r m- is not the fault of the judges who
a e g M w dted d. charge the law as it is. It is not the
LL pl M o tir ow reM, fault of the jurors who are told that
-b- 1 bIu W We alo they must acquit if there is a reason-
ma -- t itw omurdr of able doubt of guilt. The fault lies in
oL-h i l piby a mtgo. the fact that judges and jurors and
Wle -the traeeqt of prosecutors are tied fast by an idiotic
IU 3 b system which leaves no one free but
) ti t I nM pk" p the the accused.
t b in @ is 9 largely re- The people, therefore, lose confidence
SIse k w that th prisoner in the methods prescribed by law and
I- e b a Tuesy, but as reasonable men they cannot help
iM l thweatea crod losing confidence in them. There is not
t a spe ial trm of the a judge on the bench in Florida or ir
k as ad tiM eonfesed any other state who will say that one
M hWve a speedy trial, guilty man in ten is punished for his
Sk aI hMw tis, others did, crime or one in ten among those wh<
Ai e away from the scene. are tried for capital offenses, ahd wh<
b arl a peal trm of the are guilty, is adequately punished by
le W hdave ouderstood law. The judges can't help themselves,
M i mty ting the rope the jurors, under their oaths to observe(
MipheiM r's amek. the law, can't help themselves. Whi
iO ws 4s t agree with the can blame the people for losing all con


Don't


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If you are sick, don't worry, but begin at once
W yourself velL To do this, we but repeat
W"rd of thomuands of other sufferers from
M al when we say:







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fidence in the English law or the Amer- Worn Out..
ican law preserving its fundamentals That's the way you feel about the
as a means of preventing crime? lungs when you have a hacking cough.
Do we favor lynch law? No one who It's foolishness to let it go on and trust
has read the columns of this paper can to luck to get over it, when Ballard's
bring the charge. No paper has more Horehound Syrup will stop the cough
bitterly denounced lynching and we and heal the lungs. Price 2S, 50c and
still adhere to the opinions we have $1.00 per bottle. S6:d by Suwa.nee
time and again expressed. No people Drug Co.
have a right to do a thing illegally that
they can do legally. No people have a Kodol digests all the food you eat.
Right to violate a law that they can re- If you will take Kodol for a little while
peal. If we insist on making our laws you will no longer have indigestion. It
a protection for the guilty instead of ais pleasant to take, acts promptly. Sold
protection for the innocent, we must hy Live oak Drug Co.
not complain when the guilty escape and --
we must not resort to illegal methods Kodol for Dyspepsia, and Indigestion
to prevent them from escaping. will digest any and all food at any and
But let's tell the truth, the Times- all food at any and all times. Kodol is
Union and the men who read it. What guaranteed to give prompt relief. Sold'
court makes fewest mistakes? Is there by Live Oak Drug Co,


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one reader of the Times-Union who will
deny that this is Judge Lynch's court?
Is there a judge on the bench that will
claim that the court over which he prek
sides makes as few mistakes as are
made by the mobs that are unhampered
except by their ideas of justice?
In a sense the mob makes a mistake
every time, if we can use the mild word
"mistake" as a descriptive of the crime
of murder. We are not using th word
in that sense. We mean to say that
not in one case in fifty do the courts
punish an innocent man, nor do they
adequately punish the guilty in one case
in ten and oftener than not they inflict
no punishment on the guilty at all.
The remedy is not lynch law nor the
amendment of our criminal procedure.
It is in the complete obliteration of our
present system and the adoption of one
that seeks to ascertain the truth rather
than to let ninety and nine guilty men
escape. -Times-Union.


Six Nights "(;o as You Please" Race.
How many tired fathers and mothers
in this town enter this race every night
carrying a baby? And they wonder
what the matter is. Chances are the
child is starving-worms are eating all
of its feed. Most children have worms;
yours needn't. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge will get rid of the worms and
strengthen the child. Price 25c per;
bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.
Country Raeon for Sale.
COUNTRY BACON and LARD for
sale. Als( a fine lot of young umbrella
China trees for shade trees. R. B.
Wiggins, R. F. D. No. 2, Live Oak.
Raby Haand.
will get into mischief-often it nmar.s
a cut or burn or scald. Apply Ballard's


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OSTEOPATHY
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J. A BRAG D O,
Room No. 13.

D R. D. DAVI
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CoughSyrup

Relieves Colds by working them
out of the system through a copious
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
strengthening the mucous mem-
branes of the throat, chest lungs and
bronchial tubes.


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Laxative

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ArTTONEY & COVNumU AT LAW.
LV OAK. : VrAIm
Will mmtuid-e14dl to
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NOTarT Pfeuc tm s3 La

L. E. ROBERSON,
ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW.
Will do general practice i tate
Federal Courts.
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Attorney at Law
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Office over Sandlin's Store. Prompt
attention given all business placed m
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StUW Iaa~et tat. Oct v that dpz a t fter Ap lot them of the pavipc boods-M thbem U, aE --
iu wahd W ourowu rd a e ethe, W anbe -,ed rfr we 1mme Bin- in the opimm of the wa=6 in 2r ]W
piwi p epia of the a-acqukzed ital at aFImstra wehet a vis sfo parpo am e t---
who vart m aa Wy g9MitA, T 6 V"or.f Wt Mutmn set reputab For-, E. WOOD. Tba n tf at
thmugh tbwpw=&svlu r tted ca-:lir ;i'&==M r5 an exdim t seg! Pre pro uw- city cound
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Vutcc~r~ tn L= e! F ot 2!- rr e aeI x ~! F, 1 o ra ar &t ZLK.So-. ;10:
ade irAwres akne, M a aery large to u m to *v 'e'3 p d at 5& 4 -) 10) 30
Dnmberof Mr no ~ es m w ",xn.. 2 the pr ent A make suaeaw-s and ir too d 24 2B A
m'raiTes 2 ndL* guE a rc L-. r S waY '-&s mt "2 s ttree 7 fet eaek a: &.v W
aid any Mfor of &imo i f V.-d t p-y-ta &M f ri tbe berc : of 1 bR. & r T. en:r O ft 4
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dnr~ge wt clu ;Iry ~y5:rr. w-~ Z piby scuuwiflharer z: mpay, bat i Kfltl cW4BJ
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Hmmin's Water Mill is now in
through order, and as soon as I get
faicleat water will do grinding
promptly on Wednesdays and Satur-
day. Bring me your corn.
2t J. J. BIRD.
Elder J. T. Butler, formerly pastor
of the Advent Christian church in this
cty, bat now pastor of the Advent
1rch i Jacksonville, was in the city
Monday a route to Jasper to attend
quarterly conference which was held in
tat city eonlmew g on Tusdy.
Mr. Roy L. Helventon, a prominent
dlis. of the flowrhing city of Live
Oak, was in town today, calling on his
coaem, Mr. E. T. Helvenston. Mr. R.


T. Helvston is on his way to his for-
r home at Somterville. Mr. Hel-
veostoo made the Star a pleasant call.
-Ocal Star.
We had the good fortune to meet on
the train recently, Bro. J. W. Blume
of Live Oak. Bro. Blume was return-!
g from South Florida, where he bad
beea looking after his turpentine inter-
aes. Bro. Blume is multiplying him-
idf in good works after a way well-
Spleaing to our Heavenly Father.-
Florida Christian Advocate.
S Rev.. J. B. Culpeper nd son the re-
vivalits so well known and esteemed
a Live Oak have closed the most sue-
eeful revival ever held in St. Peters-:
b ts, ver one hundred names having
S added to the different churches.
SThey are now conducting meetings in
hLtka, and will go from there to
S H TampLt
bl I' ;C. H. Dame returned today from
Pma I a..M f n. 1, L. La .. .. wnf.n


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LIVB QOA. FLOpRID tA h pepefor tQg r Bm a go lediatt hrdlt Imay blt
"^st1^^^ -thimbwp(Btheyres IMd usplrC d arp ehlmal demaripe.
Paipi,' Pwerfaes. Swamee with thdr ptor. diay was w Mrsn. a-io wa e aa t tb
Dra Co. the blvert dase e avisel amdw at I L O.k, Ohh
FriobakLs' oorr d a idets biate alt h b h h wtn Fw h r m kri with hewr
P. No adand wr.m Bvjg uiDMAd to Ci JlF Presir, ia the r asw'
makeour stay nt Wepseuirt s. ive Oatkthat dt wm a
&nb for wes, styb ad amfot Aboth atriwe afht Iwdra, bam Ialbrse ad WCpt. Pradew wrn m
Bwwd's a St ggatia. wW retpradmthe Adensi pk raIsed se peanuts at a(tLO tta t LemoBh srvier at seea d .rch,
pr babl at J. B. E'. bribers. Uiv Oak atlemy h Iu l tUs depth efMr. W. B. E 1
Law's Asthma Remedy r1giveseH TA s Mt bft a a
prompt Met. Swnrosee Drag Co.f our Meft b hoom tr. At the tht time. afterward
'evraie arvie we a o to t lay- death e her little dsghtar, Im, lfi
SW.I, lo, of Bonifay, was sum me an the lJymBs Minsary her chidrw. She arwmw cem d t
the proiIeat visitors in ur city San- mat Theygav aserdialhauinf. grieve for the loved e she had bid
y. We believe ma giod wjl coe of sway.
Go to J. M. Strikland's for May thlateffort The cMr there irstro(g ThIqh bet of a reired qOM di& I
aotm aid seed potatoes and all kinds of Msd f We l tw look for truly poitioa wd dt Mpea bro I
aden eed. 4t grat thiaga fom thh ehoie body of pubie her frid tmhre d byb
men. h. barcqsi anes. and to e bwv h
Miss Carolyn Webb has completed "While Live Oak hs ifered ome her b t loved her best, ad the ha
hedF-,pIhyrousewith the South- from the pkie. the low price of m- ence of her life is mot keely ft by
Sa aaccepted a position ia r nil ber, trpentine and ctton, she till those who came in closest contact wth
rod office in Georgia, near Cordele.


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lOMd ra bto- ts attoWr aei this % eO ;u pueeB ad rq. f l odwtbal madh
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f *Ws or Setotwo boat ee a M tif uppep S.d&M rMwL wE m6t s0Jerep
f t~uft o ai lttiebetany belttbhi& y. Bod matofatepor wOO rit, u.
rIs I& f it n T Ywiowi; u onlly be trac ar ard y Bfdtftm mtu be eAv" to
bL "el ithe p-lof u.arm J1 iee B aa d. As ek
So -5 PaM bA mwley o eer be knowra n atoi fk prctise MW ls tide oquatc, Ir
fti rOh Wet e and tar&md his beel inop awtheso ifor t d t adtoe Isf adv ae 4d
6 -0 "ko s nS &t chilr e; for after oh e in. tibpptol P e a aFiday Iad ;
.regrets don't mhed othe pitol or day' to; Lk e City, Wedneday,
L J& ba draw to dw the _m o rDr (ow Belle we nis batmi eJa"e
ft Wirthiir iat. 1If y know a good thing t lr Wy vile are) i wordkat th bwho0gt
W U96 pirated., nihbbwe about it. It will belp Wir k i ae
S bm fr o a thuir hb s wor, and it ften amoy do; d 9A d ke $LODup
aLoa o The Yoe." Yr a my ha. Bettled-up goodein Cwanr SLOD Up.
Sas Withe phdo. UbltUno w dspow addspoils BrWiVe wrk, Wao
SLuS it .bsat Ma e cot: Needing : f s,5k y, over
8 -M to goet away a mMkebae 1 boarded up a owof To etrate the painle t work
pa md mW .w psop 1 a of n iLW, ttedin a door, hmgit de byDr.T. A. Bailey and his ez-
d iat A wae doirtg by ILhhigt andraE n rapipefir, part iLA hisTRUNK MFvi offce, Dr.
S y- -Esks e. Be an old set-stove to the nmoak Bailey wi be at the owi bIra.
=If sm toi as thehom. RewLt: Cool smoke, little *a o is i the Lve Oak trict as; f
NOW 1agin. r of sitting building an fire; and a iw:
0060M in hopes chunk of gren hickory will smoke al Live Oak Friday and Saturday, at
f t I t&at te eaItr of winter. -Farm Journal cCulles Br.' bing; Madisok,
S"0 so ta To uIS nTin:rsday, at Lye How se; Jasp,
l ow elk to m Strayed orSteles. :Mosky, ovr P. D. Sandl's stae;
es, atg d th State ~~J'f5un, FI, Jan. 90,1)09. t~it ~is, T y, Ferl J. 29
O MMW S po and Fourteen bead of cattle stlA or M&itm'ssor; Lae City. Wedesday,
2- srAyed off; 4 yellow but-beded cws, at cetraih bote
mist g g I &Buv I1 red but-headed, 1 red formed, 1 red, The above schdul will begin a. the
' wvi bMW we WE "the sidewhit backbell low, bored co wd week in Januar and b cotin
that tdothe state with 6 yearlins bell yearling m weekly. Dr.wBailey will bring bepert

I IN" hr a" matter. other, Idon colored cow brandd with Jacksvonvilleofte, 12 E. Bay, over
J.J. I will be glad ifany one know. FloidaTnkCo
A exhib le of sach cowsplease drop me a eard
a its to ERIC", FI.
bes rowingg end.D"BLLOT FLA. TRUNK MFM. Co.,
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do hfr vwi convince
JOil Paenet of this


ANSWERS EVERY CALL.
Lve Oak People Have Powd That


Thi IsbTRue.
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench,
i ll O Setck Us last A little cause may hurt the kid-
~ lft w i the wora t that neys.
I b ri6 yearn. Icicle a Spells of backache often follow,
*IIII ndI I- as a 'an arm Or nsome irregularity of the urine.
howi s si Beac, B Rogers. A certain remedy for such attacks,
l!1 ,!6w saturday night tff A medicine that answers every call,'
ml--I ad when a citilze Is Doan's Kidnev Pills, a true'
Ite i tie. hit red specific.
r al wet in a hurry. Many Live Oak people re: on it.
d4l i r"the fact that Here is Live Oak proof.
OW. reli a nir" fame, I, H. Con Ohio avenue LivP Oak.


S. H. ETTER, Proprietor.
Trunks, Bags, Sample Cams Fancy
Leather Good.
12-14 &st Bay Street
Jacksonville, FMI, 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 is possible to do.
I am more than pleased.
Your painless and anticeptic methods
are commendable. I cheerfully recom-
mend them to others, ad predict for
you the success that your careful treat-
ment of patients and excellent work
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H. A. BLAI


LIVE OAK,


Live Oak Manuf'tu


KANUIPACUVW


Lumber, Shiml"s U,
Lights, Powr Tl
Electric irtts inan part of tte ft
Residence or ine HOe s I at a
Electric power-Day and night H- r

mh!ofeae and retail Ice-out od4 I
cial attention, and all order prsoptly Ist
WewilMpvcou goodpica on b P a
filing. Cogeamnd ourppoa


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D iak as well as-mn. very sinmrely, U II
l t hflii^ uwels Fla., says: "When I was eighteen S. H. ETTER. i L XM
Sll lWs o the Sudunay pa years old I had a severe fall and ,I i l
@W vW "sh weather was so -7 2Pl
C i f maF -from that tume on my back was very J. F. WHITE, I I F1~IGO
- aled ek as to make D an- weak. Severe pains would often dart Merchat, Mayor South Jaeksonville.
~LCuIwI ea o h ^or bobo he through my sides and kidney regions So. Jaksonvi, F, Dee. 19-8.
S(l e ogot *to&ha e b and any slight cold I contracted So. Jacksonville, Fl., Dec. 8,1908.
I elr O aMi" might have been would always make my suffering Dr. T. A. Bailey, Jacksonville, Fla.
IIdII ite auod on the street s aso were di- Dear Sir:-The work you did fpr my FR O M T HE FARM
I m a0I b-t old omout as purplew or. The kidneys wife has proven entirely satisfactory ] T
cordorel, Te secretions bein- un- ad j be all you e imej for iRA ad
a m are plrt ttrytural in ,,to and to be all you claimed for it, and
i oterylme who was fooling : ran nd at ti though the prices were most reason-
i patdiparley with him bow very scan. A friend racomrendedable, I know I could not have procured BACK TO T H E PAM
Linvigting d "fresh" Doal's Kidney Pills to meand pro- better had I paid double the price
l Hw is the same old dunce curinu a box f.oi th Suwannee charged by you.
Ies tIalg into your office on a DruS Co.. i bhae trlir use. They. Your antiseptic office and clean and A R ERTI I tIe8
eiid ed lava the door open. As took t Lh, ot of lly back painless work will always be appreci- ] ARMOUR FERTIIZER my mw q
iai he'doi the lake to tell a and :ua; 'd ,h. action of rhp kid- ated by your patients. products of the sL l l ahti0g .
"pIsr ther thaa sit by a corn- n' ''os I fe- 1'a I OWe I gladly recommend you at every p- the large packing ihoum i t h Wel Ie% m"
eak thetrut. Sun- u tis vaue rmedv." portunity. Respectfully, Ithem fou return to th. land t1h0 'j 0
uto bla-- Fa~,.,bae b;, a.all ders. Price 5- JOHN F. WHITE, ity which have been em rovd tw Q c 4
* ragsaind old clothes we e,'s. Foster-Mliburn Co.. Buffalo, Mayor So. Jacksonville, F Li a
Sthem our bedor ol agents for the Unit animals and digeted by t-_ __I tw f-tew
i ad tted chteredm oand, "King e d States. JACKSONVILLE GAS COMPANY. thoroughly availAle fur tiM ur ,. 4 ,j .*
m it L haLt About So'clock Mon- i Reeber t nale Doans ri.-- rn There is no nther fnm ,(f fikr i di.. -


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0tlbdthe edito o f this p uR meia I a bs se.- u|r ILss |.t a L





&-e -amdehopes so to qOit ge tti hard charthr bat Mu In te U&d CLspvetoes.
I .r.ar g y hkri forth >Hmr tn w ad s ka. the meeX at ; IM M& lll
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We hm had the greatest sheeK aee ser^ .das a be .*
a- eriuao for D eli e, efo. usss Ir he ahI I -I. uIu

,INpetoq-it(tti te wS -t- b is I to10 400 e rybs TH
bob-Nd wp atowf thesentle anshd t rldm tesk, aJfLeeo
a da a PaWlnweno motr d io- II pon it.. aoIim ~ f aS
-uln- -r 'as. ** a s m a t r itai 4r feUie C~ wl
Fught e n W ft Tte eb a ok tto et.
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-W-las -_ hrI. a iia Phe t ent u A -m wd.a k i eabrLupu dohiU-.rO- ru t O gg
a h e- km epyddm dd-d-,- iNndaf ft -a 'nd o^t- -;e------ A---A t. G A--" .
On-o ae bali.adB fo D a.. i fo 10 1 s ssgd. 102 a & t A.i, .. Mi




Plesa. I se as iis tfto= Ws crpr ll*IIt..



Gives lasta t relief Williams' In 611oo i1o Thde t ea vLs FheM sa s h a e w a a








Ples and itching of the private parts. pride& betfory a&Semd resm y couee. w j
Sfai by dr agists, mall sc and $1.00 ath a Wh aGG 3rfBld a d r R., as Pra. aid Tr. Cimtmm As
& WOW as a ..... un ttlhee i t e C. D. -w11as vies 1sb as diSse. H. J. SAP?
do lei Jewoir Utht gave Ma tie Wn-h ad ika W fM7@rad -- 7 i
C II asI usssbowe d 6nlns u iimli dellmdlt dv b]f4 A*Ig II d



Wllams t'r n Co, a Props., Clt ve thI. e .to M d per6 al t ia FRANM LI


had, t0. SUwa ee Dtrg Co. dawies U tin deM thli> Ni The highest aout indebtedoM# 1rikbility oo mVTl5MCM te
aaouI I P AtsaM arary is ena h ts tich IsWrporatin at au imbect JOHN LAW NCI. W






by iddh eaecftllle etradiam city uiiasse italL shall *o e K.eed the sum of Ifty thous i I
lt Nayry, P line, no more c u a Ith b a t The aams and residents of the subscribers and ----- -







s" for Ja11.Pr0I the pea9t94 Setaies a shet pAo a Porter. Jr., twe4ty-Ave sarm C. D. Black-







.he. ___o. Jan31h... e..tism de te.. s if wel. twemwfor share. and J. G. Gcw.a... one
PIm !i PI ta! Pemo.Bdes! W f s e uedi ai uch rd i th tI h dy of JmWNU. D.
etn d Aide- for do CRY at eM 11 W Came




LW11n Indian Pile Oiltment tyi'a smt Sat laa crr tiot b Oemt fo btr fty I. d e .. 3



dth a TOWICS toy8 6 o pn I Od. riJ.t Ga TUON. VGiOaPri- o SbeiT f i tr i
pra, at oewho pot b S a poultwle, bSlwa County. aBefore mea Notary lsI HeJ t















pRdINANC~t net ex Nhas day. Blackwdt. J. G. Ggaimsa to my well known ds Yo& aid oa* h d aof mf
Ad Ot meto atheo aid la .ate the SanCta14. reThe mate stain city the for ubcriber id aknowledsd tat ad








of Lt ^_ve Oak.. Foia f amuin dt ry letios is ther lriad to relate th uses and purposes therein seo forth. Florikldvea M o m y he
for say i de under the Charter o the said Cty amout to he paid the inspectors sad elrk of Witseas my hand and ass! of ooe this the 16th 19, to nww a of d
o UL, Oak, sad twfdeeting members of the Ix. sueeh eetim and to pereide tfnds for detrayjag day of January. A. D. 1it$. gaint 'ow hr Due Lu Ieb
entls or taul Cty Comitte of the Polit- expessesoof couductiag sack eetion by aamemig E I. J. PIC LARD. legation costmand to hdW be
tllh larty ls Much etectiem, the various ctoat for 4ti at such Notary Publi for the Statb of Florida at large. c sd br i d
Ue nd ItchnDD. of the private part. cidl he th Iae expires Dceber 11. 19 i further Isened Met ba se.









CMe by druggfts, mail 50ak, d $1.00 shall be asesered more thaFn two per centQAof the n lihe onc ea a sea








slor UlWhever theE orstandv anruae Mttil o thehoe for which ad h he is NHOt..e of Applieati In for Tax I[ ee o~h nL. ~ed i
ihtny ot Mrg c a. c et -a y a thrt*5 Under Stctio 8 of 'hapteMr 488.. Tthisauae MT
,l 0. SdwLlOak eei DnIgtod ta drby piIr t irn Th. In leht aat ri indebtt of ilpebito Ji P VOJ








elem te seu of t membertsof mid n and f such primary elti ti tigtee l o tfe orprati. mait uay ti Te Eict j









to the pWer p0e1on pera ie to he peammted aking such appointment shall No farsas poas- Notice is hereby given that S. M. Martin, pur-
SbkhaMo that ptytothvter of aMd cit blesct qua ovoterfria lis t po t otn char of Tx Cerlfi the es Nos. ~4 and t datedA SEA
Fo heuth Wd happi eu- DeW itt's wbm t he i. -a a- ri, a o ed at b e Vn e dod sn. H 1 T V O L









at Eary Ri-p to e i id Caity ulener the by a a of t cadat before such pr- the 6th day o e A. D.. ha lid r-
ow aisdm rathereof of the atlibeast








Lw, 6 be t made. Sotd by weeks' mary lt: prsded sch ei is tl**hcat i sn m ocek and has made p location *b Ger' ..
Dnitf Co tb* S'rf 8setift?1? dMll Pro-' Pwtu. Jr., twety-fiw shre. C. D. BMtck.








Svblti onee each with the IitidU Cit fr Itax ded tn o issue in accord ce with law. W.
week in me nsaper pu published in the City coni Wcep t as herein provided, l Sad rtifis mbrahe 14th e d foi d d NO. th
etion in t conspicu place s within said na Me dshal er lat by the genera e ti i : S E arr of les s Oy e aE te H. J
Ci f theAbe r p t ordinanceof said City in force at the time such SW s N s, ad E o and o M Aa t
party are eest to t for the purpt of bedone. 6. Range 14 E, d NW of NE ad NE J. A. .. It. to a wrt
actia nn relation to the anatiar of ate n St 17 The ec o adig st of S ornid Township S. Ranrge !4li
a hr e stated. In who notice ad the ot hen riti ote d i by SuE are Ti sad land being ass ed at the laia a iA.
ORDINANC NO. 77. bersa t t t ent de arity o h date of the issuance of suchk certificate in the e al. ared fed.a, Ia as








amIyethiemnhedin pu psu may te bthe ee beltog, shallme party wto whi name of Martin & Sparkman. Unless said cert,- .Mah. 19em5 i iail shi41.4t.
AWiiMet tee ediun hNa dvo Bcal acius.e Gon.eM to a vroU knwn he Yod OWmI eskoM








Uted as the members of sh exedr tcie Sno rY 1 Te spret o i thndis Odi deed will issue thereon on the 3th day of Mareh, Ido ortat ine i d
standin tyommittee tom ueed i the committepUt ch A. te.. nte off Jr rioedaa te l tow te o)
49 'A" 0. nriafk far BnitibntBdidates mry action is hebreb antioW to rgulate the use and pttrpo tkrin gt forth. Foik oa on Umda. 0= &O i j







falaIng 1 tbOf SctSW 18. Ally M p primary elections hall be held o Witnes my offiial signand re and sel this the 6t cash t h f9M lloiW d mehd
ll O ior L acti sao td not less than twenty days before the day for the 9 day of Jebuay. A. D. 0. ted n the cu nty uDf SuIwn a s s
Mh eledb,. by amusing L IL ti aso st.Me ,







m woiNh such c ction st to be kl a the h eral ciy election J.W. BRYSON. tit.
UEc 1 ODAINTM D= Ly to N aor and City perihrs tctin provided, that si candidate M ty co oi expires LtCteber 11. 1911. Iti further a emt a ta w to
oipauters MYd cer po3id t hd shal be rd amorethan two pa cent of the a ----- -- c em bho is ae r ofr eihw befor aw p -m







taema. Lad iWem mthat matre h*at threat mary eleci orterve a such hit Noti c of Application for Tax IDedi inth isarua I. .







S ake report ad eturn th t ad the tme tdm ad dany vacancy caused by such df rAiJ..LANRsnM,
Wbrn eCoreisandrepor Piticbeul de t theiation may beldby ecuUnder S*ction 8 of chapterr 4SS, J. L L ee andar. a Ia*
aCIRY Sunive Oa A ido t Ube by praryk Sq nwIS.In the aoiaewnt O ^oin i ton ti







emittee ditretmof ar ofh memesf ato be he. n city oittnbee Laws of Florida. 111 R'1.
tb dwu on riR Whv or th bevute ated SUakN Trch e except t stall nin cait Notice is hereby given that S. .arts Capubrid e ADMINT s
IN tr eVd ttMt rto do tical prty whlh id cit t o i s hr sa v determine ll c t ontetc and Alre d ofavx puerhaers of Tax Certifd c ated
tI etr eetiaIbeh eld ti iCityr t o by d pt fth b anycadidte before such pri- N. 1h67. dated the th D.. 19J 4,u led id s hm nd M de
I mla Odiuabea thelaat least fairyweetion mary e etioa atid theu and rulin gs ht haveeI id y efidsceri cate in my fad apicand haMve w e I rk Sed.
to bea bhe tm by t ublhe time oe eacgtth c hale cammittbe e. to anyor ta adeapplaton fo deed to issue in ordrd. ,Notid that L e. eistur the
or iaues s r p tlhemhe regisrats Bks of City i S iric pr anScewilaw. ertificaw m dce the oembres thbe o N.: V. ERoberi. htee tt w e rwe mety. ra,
eo Lie Oak. or by poeti notie eeof days primary S 21.ectins at pri usy eltions under thi Ord wi proPertty itotted in Stnnuat un in Swannelorid *, on the 2d dat" of aA
eIetiela n the thcin dcoou bsslae withi or sid ance a ty committee hall cm s the action unty. Frt: SE towit: Entire Block 1, Bran- b1 ar N side etee the hour of I sad 2 k a m








u IflOes andb theo apapeis r d gistra the sace nl adtem fr city oces voted ford, a Sec. 17. Tp 6S. R 14 The sid land obth coart housIof id paims r
i the d er City shall p pubish be o the s ordinance toe rtofid City in force ao t the ti e wsch SWi ; ofin E tle date of the issdane of such ~o nts s nd vouchers to the Coer Jutd d a
af M eks in a haer th wo weeklyms at to hat p erimar election i held as nearl a the same c tiSW at in the name of Unknown. Unkes to county owhip app.l for annuW. Lai s iL
Pare n requetdw to et for the purpose of be done. 6 S, Range 14 E and NW '1 of .%E 1, and NE.A. u" 19fc a ^-^ ^-^ly^
ctiac in ration to the miwnutioBr of eandidates CEOtIoK 17. The executive or standing cit 'of N W 4 of Section 15. Township 6 S. Rante '4 ; riW -rt w AMi AM^i








a inin ein had in tie Oak O h p o the oeal balt at the e l iy ti At shall be rede d secdng to law, tax J. I$
a h reubnie psat e and t he si ks ele .d lo a deed will issue thereon on the 1th day of Mareh., I Ai dt. t iet o







.1~ 9-** publi prlae 300ra athe Md rbooa eleetiea ; deed will iuae tbereo on the 15th day af MueB. j*0*1 Atoi-wuru


opI f- L r tha PWM regisrtahr S Mx d parts of r A. D.. 1909. -- .- -
SM -f Ddoaa talv t Witases acial iafand seal this t he MOrmIrltu h i. .,


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SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM
riM bep Chua, February
109, :45 A. M.
Sog by school Hymn No. 209.
Prayer.
SoogbydbooL Hymn No. 561.
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ul, Wank monk with

m wife wet to

Sw evtmered. Mo-
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= W mismeed to 2Yearsin

t ea adwife were in
V t and Thmday en-
m sart CaMkltM Go,
i l daP at Clear-
ad IL Ptersbirg. Mr.
winaahrys fid a
fd to ow eity, aWd we
ftq wil aasabe num-
0 dt of Live Oak. Mr.
b prgremive dtizen, a
sad we need him
S lawes this is the best
I tdh whole county and
d ot BSuth.


19 Ibs



$1.00


Where?



THE


I.i J. L Green, of Weban, was vii- Hoa. A. W. McLara, doWdma,
tor in Live Oak Wednday. was a prominet vitor i the city
21, Don't forget McCuls Bros. Cash Wedndy.
Store when you want shoes. J. W. West, a leafag itin af
E. J. me ishavingl neat cottage Gmari~ e w in Live Oak a bmh-
buik on his lot jut north of his dwe- D W .--day.
lig. JL V\LJ TIC


TieaA' cf lesson in class, thirty CoL Mallory Horn, of Jasper, was
IL in the city Wednesday on legal busi-
So& by ahooL Hymn No. 202. nes.
Special-Reitation by Rev. John A. Mrs. W. N. Creekmore has been vi.
Wray. iting relatives and frieon at Pinmount
R oq t Of e ry. this week.
Speel-Mixed quartette-Philathea
ad bmeam dam. The contract for the new two-story
DIlun kd tak by superintendent. brick block for M. L Burnett will
Dirnial probably be let next week.
Two e lat adult classes-the Phi- The Democrt has added quite a
hthe for ldie, taught by CoL John number of new subscribers to the
Rarrl, and the Baraca, for men, books in the past ten days.
tagt by CoL Ira J. Carter. Every
dalt member of the church, who can, WANTED- Position by milliner.
oUld be a member of ofe of these Fist-ela trimmer and experienced
dmes Lson taught in most inter. buyer. Address E, this afce.
sti style. Come once and you will Perry Hodge has leased for this year
em again the Perry Hurst farm, 5 miles south of
Strager, 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


"w WE uiy rrinmry miveuw.


shoes-up-to-date. McCullers Bros.


There
Sin the


Notice is hereby given that
will be a Primary Election held
ity of Live Oak, for the pur
muinating the following officer
One Mayor, one Clerk, Treasu
Asseor, one Collector, one M
on Alderman for ward No. 1, o
derman forward No. 2, one Al
fhr ward No. 5, one Alderman a
Candidates to be assessed to
Iexpense of election as follows
didate for Mayor, $3.00; for Cle
Treasurer, $10.00; for Collector,
for Marshal $10.00; for Alderm
First primary, called for 1
March 30th. Second primary,
aary, April 6th. Polls to be
8 a.m., and ce at 6 p. m.
placestobe at court house a
hall. The following inspectors
pointed for No. 1: J. L White
Meeks, G. W. Townsend; J. T.
clerk. For No. 2, T. J. Lyle,
Lord, L. H. Cone; C. T. Mc
clerk Election to be held und
vision of ordinance of city of Li
governing same.
S. B. CONNI
Chairman Ex.


Card of Thanks.


M rs.Gresham desires to return
to one and all of the neighbc
friends that helped and assisted
distress and loss by fire.
Clinical Thermometers.
nee Drug Co.


SU


For


Prof. Graham, of Jasper, ex-Super-
i:+,. ..4 ^9d f Lu 1- .# -- .


CoL J. Gornto, oe of a
best citizens and a prominent lawyer,
was in the city yesterday.
Miss Cora Speering returned home
Sunday after a delightfulvisit with re-
atives and friends in Tampa.
Leter Scarborough came down from
Jaksonvile yesterday to visit friends
and look after business matters
J. E Battle, a well known and lead-


ing citizen of Oneco, was in the
Wednesday the guest of Mayor
Neil.


city
Mc-


Max Strauss, one of the most popu-
lar traveling salesmen in Florida, war
in the city Tuesday accompanied by his
estimable wife.


Miss Esther Haile, one of LakeCity's
farest young ladies is in the city, the
guest of her uncle C. E. Haile and fam-
ily, and Miss Uerdie Haddock.


1d 5th, wbe ha

tym Im ad -f
~~rmieMd seihSam
.%I* somim, ad As m
"M fw w ^ ok~ Iq l f


gily ib md d b*a *a
- aa w mob as awa
bonatthe&a*. Wa"h
bmmeb a doA -R- d t IM
4ntstm"ua yarn ad lowlb USd
as mh rdm AMw soft
iyoarsn ti .is but a mbw A
camtNJ onto omphis fts Ua
than Mr. madmr oiad nowe
they mY H "veA. ajs ?M -MW
iByraemlo%


The TeuahesS Sewhf bI IN
The Teachers' bm u&mk c
ingof the t s, aOi a L d WI
Oak's young dis, met wit 1I
bert, at Mrs. L IWhiekl
evening. The utertaer we
ned uasvaeathe puty, ad dl S


? -pof6 ui wuL u, m nauiw COun Of Mrs. J. S. Kinkaid returned home gu i
s ty, was in the city on business Tues-. n y from High Springs whe tively decorated with red mt
s: day Wednesday from High Springs where
rer ad she had been visiting her daughter,wu W u *
re andlo veiness mrw's the Pik of Ik@a
marshal, Mrs. Joe Roof and little daughter Mrs. Harris. Her little grandson, Sta- li t=
me Al- were visitors in Jasper this week the cy Harris, returned with her. y the w. d wit
derman gueat of Mrs. Roof's parents, Mr. and tothe witdIm &f ( L As
large. Mr. R register. T. S. Baiaden went down to Jackson-e e eting onteti whieh lh s m-
are. Mr. Re er. ville Monday. From there he weut to wrote original po ,
defray Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Evans returned down to Santa Fe to visit his daughter, del of am. st The a pt
: n- home Tuesday from Tamp where they Mrs. Wm. McGregor, returning to w captued by Mir a .
rk and had been visiting relatives and attend- Jacksonville Wednesday, where hewas bright a the stars that shM
$5., ing thetate Fair. met by Mrs. Baisden, and they returned So ihine for aM y um IN bt
uesda A Graduate Optician from home yesterday afternoon. And if yoe ask wlr Isahp N
iesda A graduate Opt n from ly, Jutknowift is du U b ea
if nee Mrs. J. W. Gaulden and two children, kindly." MiHa Btb A mL % e
open a Wof Tifton, Ga., are the guests of Mr. soled with a pretty p"t o
Polling aulden's sister Mrs. D. G. BardiaL imI_ i a miri.-- Mm
nd city Most of the so-called golden opportu- Gr. Gaulden accompanied her hus- T Grtad nei. int
are ap- nitiesthat come our way are only plated, andhis. far ovn a cp ai l r .OCarter Nmt was L
, Thos. but Selz shoes are all solid and will 8esid the Ni4 L
Carroll, yield a large dividend to the wearer. FA., FO TWO DAY, BA 8 W ilu, t s w n "it
G. B. McCullers Bros. FPA.o F terat C iu, ma
Porter, and Mira Beek et To)
:Daniel, Rev. T. A. Cox, the evangelist for __City, Miss., were prIea
er pro- the Christian church, who is making .
ve Oak, this city his home, returned the first of ving troub with your es, d M Rev. RTNV. b IT
the week from Hamilton county, where Rev. R. V. Atlusos PUe.
ER, he has been holding a protracted meet- Service at 11 & a, bjet : "T
Com. ing.
"The Lamp Staud ak tm "
W. Hawksmith, wholives 5 mile from m iTi t iO n F r Evening service at '.
this city, had the misfortune to lose his ject: "Lost Opportaitie."
n thanks barn and contents by fire a few days::-,-:;:,,1AaaAa. Sunday-school 90 a. m.
ors and since. The loss amounts to several ___ Junior League 20 p. a
d her in hundred dollars with no insurance. Mr. Senior League, Moad&r 72 p.x
o ".. 1-,,:+ ,, nf the corn a dat he had been informed that someofi ( Mid-week Prayer Meeti, Wed
spend the Argus until we can make the shippers and dealers in "shucked" J'day 730 p. m.
Suwan-.her arrangements. We can only say oyters are using an unwholesome d4 Good music-free pews and a es
This writing that we are negotiating amount of preservative, for which they W welcome to all
ave the Argus continued and hopea liable to a fineofLjL g.MUn onm .--
Sbring the deal to a successful issue A ..
- ortly. The Argus started under the
ightest auspices and we are very pa
orry that this unfortunate affair oc- i
irred. We had full confidence in the pla| f N
!v. A. L. Buchanan and still have iind
J ne hope that he may return and can: up business -"
'lain his absence satisfactory to all. da co busis entprl i mle? -a
could look after his bhuin- mi


One


Doll;


At the Leading


.s from here to as good advantage
seem3 to us, as from Jackaonville r
.-; .Lher point in the State.
A\ Soap adapted to the city water
-Si4linuee Witch Hazel. Try
r(iocne Drug Co.
ciroc


GROCERY


For good eats, fresh eats, prompt delivery, buy from a store that is always in sanitary

condition. No cuspidors---no rats---no roaches. We appreciate your business. We


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This Planter has the best Guano sower yet made. It
will distribute with perfect regularity from 25 to 400 pounds
to the acre. It does not work up the Guano in a sticky mass
but it forces out continuously just the quantity wanted. It
surprises and delights the operator by its smooth actions and
its sinplcity. At one trip this planter sows Guano, covers
it, opens another furrow and plants in the most perfect man-
nt Cotton, Corn, Peas, Peanuts, Sorghum, Cantaloupes,
Beans and similar seeds. The depth, distance, and quantity
of seed are easily adjustable. It is light on one horse and
is easiest operated of all. This Planter we can furnish you
in four different shapes.
Also we carry the Avery and Hampton. If you are in
the market for something good, write for catalogue and
prices or call and see our stock.


Suwannee


Hardware


LIVE


OAK,


FLORI


^m .1 lesekdillI are
w jr to p-t
W T. 3mb ane vdit-
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Satomm mm
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md Uma Iab Boy&
rll tt liawrowt Bibby a*
_ mm of a fim giA that ar-
IL Wortime' day.
Um is bow ovr md d we thak oa wig bo
SrkIm e's ctiaena have wef% balls rbq* about Be@e-M
of bw ad bomimy for this yer. in the nwr future. If not. we are m
Shw Phaty and eioghboramistaken. SHAUNEE.
kml Ssrr~akate oghbor a,


The 1::11 )-c:es'ora-
re fo- n an dar o .r--:. prodce
rengti anivitaii. .r.s Up *

r g oi. I nxe-s t 7. 511w.:-
'or a.Te Stw-.n-,a!,11
Suw.S~r-nee~ Dnc;g Co.


mfEI C PARNIA D RI11ZII5


We are now receive r


Spikgad S k4
S .nd while the wathrl ma a h all
you will find many sMombL vt
among them a~uk

Print Ginghams Suibng=

Percales. Lrnen Er
of which we have a beautiful he.
Will make our final ann,Luinc fm~it ,h" &1
S Will be pleased to have %ou edil a:1 i th
We also havv a rniy, irt ,'


Monday~ from a combined buriume~ and
pkeasure vsit to Tampa and St. Peters- Hosier a
burg. Wh-.e in Tampa we had thea oa m b e and
e:easure o. vl: ;ng the State Fair. and Cap. supply your larn 4' "
we w,f agnea.:.v sunis.ti 'o ee so
Mariv Very l r!r Exihj0t j 'i F orioa (Anirstnt-,
:rws a: :,! veabIes. akhough ;ie
-,jMtk~rq0. Z)UieS -.epre-zented was b'; ~S~ .
r,~,~ f ~r:ejrpr-I~ ~~3u~e I Seed Peanuts, Seed 1,
5:< aTs w~'.a: 6OA I e~eC :o s0_ee
a- a S-a:e :a&. The H:iis5oro cOurn-v
exh'iblt sur-,assts ai others in batazv
B&ans. and C
~ans~ze. CoX'rnbia cou.nty'has a spienii-l ~ l insfu ~un
exhibit o! vegetabes. p ror-
jducs ezc.. go:ten up by Hon. T. J.
Applevar at his own expense. an add
charge oi Mr. Appleyar anl i I rac-
eosp,,ishe daughter. MiS sh. A A


Prices win be give for tk


This is the plow that is so well wnoM
farmers. Itis the simplest and most p d t
combination plow that can be used the uMu 1
this plow you see in cut you have thbm bmr i
mould boards, besides a Sweep, a Potato DilP, a OW
a Middle Burster, a Weeder that an be nitte b
same plow, all chilled and polished. Te bMm w I.
a socket right and left, up and down The hN"
works with a socket that can be raised orI t h
only plow that will successfully turn the rol i 7 d WW


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t npepe to miad thefmers of
Pn i ttott L tea k rtmdetIm park.
-tisa-am a yig about ana
timer a h ui fr eMct fat bogs
aIdmdB the bltehms a ia
rtl b the trmb with a i that
arre boyg cured meat from the
Iutwet at I ats ad more apo
I-id of poiam mogh for or
wn at For bhas sad steers ca
be pI bd in Florida for $2 or $ a
h i aad ca hesoMat a profit of
IM per eat-but a great many people
m aer to havefound it out, and
th tat do know it, don't know it
kt hbud mough.-Tamps Times.


We mmt remark again as to the
*mrater of the Florids weekly news-
papm It isa real pleaur to look
w* r ev nezeh An editorial from
am of them, comprising a clipping
h mothu was used on the first
p of the Advocate. That extract
h bee copied by seven papers that
e have een. The last to quote. the
letrct was the Alabama Christian
f mte. It is wonderful how even
small towns can support such fine
papers. We take offour hats to
j, brthren of the weekly press. We
Wpeiate your fellowship and feel
t w are in good company.-Florida
Chetln Advocate.


h DbMst tafetr LOw.
3b1r Hare of the Arcadia News is
d dloeplmOs that the liquor dealers
hav=e tie knowledge of every act of
lbatm min the United States which
b my way ofect their business, a=
he b dble right about it. But a
ra H State inspector being lient
i them e account of their Ignor-
M (?), this l a matter that will rest
th te Department of Agriculture.
I the lipector's statements to a
JIkeaavie Metropolis reporter, either
h wm ot specua in the language he
ed wr the reporter misunderstood
i, for Ho. B. E. McLin and Capt.
LL Ro e are the officials who en-
he th law, and the inspector is sub-
(t their instructions. -Punta Gorda

A here Sms View.
T1 Sawannee Democrat argues that
diMe is a proof of civilization and
haws comfort from two recent in-
m eea, thus: "Suicideis a proof of
eidaaiousness, ana self-conscious-
a is a proof of civilization. Two
eam ia negroes committed suicide
t ether day, hence they were civil-
ad ad as they were doubtless types
f a large class it is fair to assume
that iviliation is making headway
msq the bethre in black." This is
a more sesible view than the one that
icid is always "rash." It is usual
to chracterie suicide as "the rash
act," as though it were the only rash
at a man eoul commit. Now, there's
lurage for instance. Isn't it "rash"
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MARCH 8TH AND 9TH


A Graduate Optician from the old reliable house of A. K. Hawkes Co, Adfti
who will be at th Drug Store of


SMITHSON COMPANY


WELI, FLA., MFT oDAYS ,DINC8 UAD


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cumstances there is nothing left but to that he had been informed that some of; Our good frid C. J. IQ Gn
suspend the Argus until we can make the shippers and dealers in "shucked" Jacksonville, was U the l
other arrangements. We can only my oysters are using an unwholesome day, looking after buiew ~e
at thi writing that we are negotiating amount of preservative, for which they We have bern hootAg that W.
to have the Argus continued and hope are liable to a fine of $1,000 and one hee and family waoud me b
to bring the deal to a successful issue year's imprisonment. He is now mak- Live Oak, their old bnw e d. ai
shortly. The Argus started under the ing a thorough investigation into this are still hoping asloh that h, a-
brightest anspices and we are very particular matter. Mr. Jordan is prov- he would not say anything my e--
sorry that this unfortunate affair oc- ing himself the right man in the right aging when approached i tlhe i
curred. We had full confidence in the place and it will be a smooth individual Wednesday by a Democnt reps
Rev. A. L Buchanan and still have indeed who palms off anything impure Mr. McGehee is interested ha a-
some hope that he may return and can! upon the people of Florida while Jor- of business enterprises in ftlt *
explain his absence satisfactory to all dan is "on the job. "-Tampa Tribune. he could look after his busiasm al
A report reached us about a month ago i ests from here to as good advwNm9b
that he was sick in a hospital in Jack- The True Reaon for It it seems to us, as from Jacksawit w
sonville, but he cannot be located. Sheriff Van Pelt of Escambia county any other point in the Stat


Soichoppy Argus.


has been discussed and "cussed" some


too, for his action in enforcing the Sun-
A fire Warden Needed.
e rday closing law in Peniacoia. Might
The Lake 2'"tler Star says that for- we ask what the law is on the statute
est fires are Utstroying timber and books for if it is not intended to be en-
fences at a disastr'-is rate in that sec- forced? But neither of the Pensacola
tion, that from Lake utler to New, papers have given the true situation in
River it seems to be all .re. It aug- reference to his action. The company
gets: "We have game and fish war- building the new American National
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 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'one for violating the law. "Very well
if it were enforced and applied to a then,," they said, "enforce the law
few of these people setting the woods against all or stand the consequences."
on fire would be a blessing toallofus." And there he was. So after all the


A Soap aidapted to the cit y*aim
--SuA*anee rLtch Rawl oTry.i
Suwannee DrL% Co.


Nda Wufk So*


Garden 6 Frm.
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a steadily iaeagasig o
year-until w ave bm ty
of the larg t baimmin -b
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;Q~~I~inch mt8 i km*.a th. name mao S~id gebmm ese then isbwdt
Iib aki. Uar mid, curtikate hal b~i jgmehs p'pau,~ UtrTb id
CiJ-- ir" umd r\ to law taxm drre ad een tl.wit: Wa. VT
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log "kq, A. Do lilLtw mut A
di fr a Q gCl tw ed a. tibNdtheth day ms & Wth t. oum.
to lawYSP, tC&Wtip.":.1It


If ~skt Ciarcut Court SuwaunB Comuty, b IM d eedIm tolars t d
gim th A. L Prl wimthtMmale d day f
'a C ud NA Mat IIIA D| *..
o Y Jam, A. S a md k When my ain smture
1 er 7 ua Sa itni tAM the ritlo6 day Fd, A.
doitta rw lD D. o. .W.BDRYS
b dt- h Notie is hereby iren that A. L bk areait Cort Swamneemoty,
twi e Brypra of Tax Certificate Flrida.
b N., the 5th day of April A.
sD. alo-wa aiddcertieai e ain me Notice of Appliatia for Tax
m" aoad adaotI fr t" Ded d San 5 GC
dd wr arin= wit st of F'Ioi
i ed oprusarted i, tie rv Ite t L
ON a d6 the e a~ feof nA. .


de tria iMnp aode in Saw.
1 Non Iw~id tx*ril: hrotw
FJarm for $19 I toup
Clerk Crticuit Cou rthamaraeounty,.
-3 ITE Be a.cPrtif0eatia d
aalyerdt to law, tax deed will ise

any San Luis Valley tm r atd day of A.
rFoitnesf m social signtue andala
OF COL)RADO thtel 7thday of FekauyA. .D.,
me .~ PClerA Circuit Court Bowannee county,


NP TO UNME LAND


have divided a 54,000-acre tract into
Truck Farms containing

10 to 1,000 Acres per Farm
AT $200 EACH

$0 Cash and $10 per Month
No Interest! No Taxes!

We want a reliable and energetic man in every
tow to form clubs of 15 prospective purchasers.
We will furnish round trip railroad tickets FREE
to me member of each club to inspect land. We
pay liberal commission. Full particulars on request.

M(0ad ce-Any Bank or Banker in St. Louis, Kansas
City or Denver.



SM"N LUIS VlLLY LfND fiND


IRRIOf6TION GO,


Mk ef Commerce Bldg.


KANSAS CITY, MO.


LIEN OF MODERN'URTO-DATE MACHIlNEY.
IT WLL 3AvC You0lONIY.
SUST ?CUASLI SAw MK L L
40 TW PAAKIET 14 0 Vltl-
tMAC It 141RY IN STOCI(
ae criAI UAw5 Of AL 9194b4
AND W&AL 5vPurr i
fts CAtALOOWS ANDS
*Ag. WA RAVE ON, fAcs
oLi. AI 1AT to AT
a-~


Notice of Application for Tax
Deed Under Section 575,Gen-
eral Statutes of Florida.
Notice is hereby give that A. L
BrWysn porcher of Tax Certificate
No. 48, dated the 2nd ay of July, A.
D. 190, a e id certificate m my
Soe and hu made appeation for
Stax deed to imee iL accordnce with
law. Said certificate embaces the fol-
lowing described prperty situated in
Suwaa county, rd towit: swV
of sw% of section t 2, sout, r 1
east, 40 acres. Thesaid land beingas-
Sseaed at the date of the issuance of
such certificte in the ame of F. Rouo-
tre. Unls said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon the 2nd day of
March, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official nature andseal
this the Tth day of F ry, A. D.,
S1909 J. W. BRYSON,
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County,
Florida.
Notice of Applieatlo for Tax Deed
Under Sectio 575 of General Stat-
ate of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. L.
Bryson purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 235, dated the 6th day of June A.
D., 1904, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made aplication for tax
deed to issue in accoance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described propertysituated in Suwan-
nee county, lorida, to-wit: Lot 7 of
section 10, township 2 south, range 11
east, SO acres. The said land being as-
sessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of un-
known. Unless said certificate shall
be redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 22nd day of
March, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 17th day of February, A. D.,
1909. J. W. BRYSON,
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county.
Florida.
Notice of Applicatiop for Tax Deed
Under Section 57 of general l Stat-
atesof tlorida-'
Notice is hereby given that A. L.
Bryson pureiaser of Tax Certificate
No. 62, dated the 1st day of June, A.
D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
SSaid certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Suwan-
onde county, Florida, to-wit: E of
NEk of NE 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


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