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: April 2, 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 )
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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: VID00553
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
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Other version: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 190.


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Furnishings


T sometimes embarrassing to have the flashlight suddenly
turned on, when you don't expect it. But so far as the clothes


are concerned you needn't be
ashamed to be seen anywhere


wearing any of our


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clothes; they'll make you pre-
sentable under any and all cir-
cumstances; clothes you can be


proud of.


The new models, colors and
patterns in suits are certainly
fine; and we can show you some


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smart models in blue and


black suits.


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Plenty of stunning ideas, too; all
styles.
We handle other well known brands of clothes, and can
please you in price and quality.
Gents' Furnishings


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Gents'


Furnishings in the best and leading


is that can always be depended upon for quality, perfect fit and


@d our leaders are: King Quality
Mn Shoes for Boys.


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A splendid line of Underwear in spring and
summer weights, short and long sleeves.


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wg WMhhg occupied by The southbound passenger train of
E frtii Coampany, sito- the Seaboard had a real live calf as
% 8M t ret in Jackson- passenger on its pilot Sunday evening.
b ridaFry, killing two When the train arrived many were sur-
- pw l b e ainjur one white prised to see the young animal, appar-
* Ur. PMas, who were working ently uninjured, laying up against the
*e s Wd tm headof the boiler, and as the train
slowed up it raised its head and took in
SO Md woman who were the surroundings. After the animal
m d e th atorm on Tampa was removed it was found that the
. Phey Point, twelve mile front leg was broken, but otherwise
O I adaot Thrday moving was uninjured, and Agent Bullard gave
Ik be te y N k tied as Chares it to a party to raise. It was picked
SWldt, of t Tampa. They wie up at the 94-mile post, near Hatchet
ha bMb beat and on their way from creek.-Gainesville Sun.
a to C-aretogt a load of fish.
bft h ws a fl ime n and fish-dealer. Sunday morning CoL and Mrs. Henry
l ir pwinms were in the boat Watterson, of Louisville, Ky., arrived
in the city from Naples-on-the-Gulf,
iU dirto to the house of rere- and spent a couple of days as guests of
Sfrom Calhoun county, of the Royal Palm. The Press acknowl-
U b D. Tramell, the younger edges a call from CoL Watterson, who
SOf IMou Park and Worth i the able editor of the Louisville
ta received with much Corier Journal, and one of the grand-
S bi TAiash e frief d. est writers in America. CoL Watter-
Swasu the wviin amdi -s is a plain, matter of fact man, but
a d O e af itor in thea power politically, not only in his
M aEb maemary by the state, but the nation. He and Mrs.
di & hftrtW ofChrk- I Watteron departed for their home via
c Lt h D a Tr mt NDcrtew Orleans. The Press feels honored
e t of Hotel in having a visit from the gentleman.-
8, [ hl iit of the Hot, Myers Press.
"fb C MW D*aky News, in me A eyeloe struck Kathleen last Fri.
ot" i A. Newers a well- day blowing down fifteen houses and
SnM oWmll Gi., have1 kling three people. Earle Zoucks was
a UC aW'lr *MW Jaeoinr Mile willkilled as he ran out of his house. The
It 10O idi m 1riodif1 u1and wind and rainstorm which had been
S Wl i hMatly Vreproof, i stedily inreasing in vigor since mid-
g l -d of $1,W0O48 The, night, culminated in an outburst of
"l te b kvr for ihmine on the fury at 6:30, when the wind must have
!nrj w st. It Is to be on exceeded fifty miles an hour. The
-Mr If n aad Foryth houses, all frame buildings, were blown
Down like a stack of cards. A number
-I of other persons were injured, one of


fme Coty Jut D3W ^uW
gditydnd was1miBM1jma ii b
fault of bond for his appM aaebmmsb
the grad jury at the spring term of
the circuit court. Robert is an old
offender, having been convicted of sell-
ing whiskey before, but on account of
ameliorating circumatances his punish-
ment was suspended during good be-
havior. He is an old one-armed man
and receives a monthly pension of $5
from the county.-Starke Telegraph.
Monticello is considerably stirred up
over the rumor that the Atlantic Coast
Line intended to build a line of road
from Perry to New Amsterdam, via
Tallahassee, leaving out that city as,
originally proposed. Railroad people
are usually alert to their own interests,
;and if the Coast Line sees that its
Traffic would be greatly increased by
building into Tallahassee and New Am-
sterdam, thus piercing the noted to-!
bacco belt, the inconvenience to Mon- i
i ticello would not be considered. Since
the towns mentioned have given so
much publicity to the rumor there must
be something in it, and it behooves the
leading citizens of Tallahassee to inter-


est themselves convince the officials of
the road that the line from Perry to
the Capital City, and thence north,'
would be the most profitable one to
construct. -Taahasee True Democrat.

Budger Moss, a well known negro
character, on Monday, shot and dan-
gerolisly wounded Melvina Davis, a
negro woman, at Litchetein tobacco
warehouse, then holding Mr E. S.
Quaterman, who attempted to arrest
him, at the point of his smoking revol-
ver, backed out of the building and de-
liberately laid down on the ground and
shot himself, inflicting a dangerous
wound just below the heart. The ne-
gro woman was shot twice. It is
learned, however, that the wounds are
not necessarily fatal either to Moss or


N-o laty is shipping celery by them fatally. All those who were killed tns woman. ror some tme past me
1 M adl will continue for or hurt were caught in the wreckage of negro has been in ill health and unable
w A L By that time the early the houses. Many of the houses which to work, and the woman had been tak-
pam wti kbegi to move, along with were not wrecked were twisted by the ing care of him. It seems that she be-
m t s l ether staples, and from force of the wind. Several roofs were came tired of the burden, with the
Sd in teo June there will be two lifted. above result. Or.ly last week it was
a mo eMaty pru esions --stuff go- known that this negro made an at-,
m st a u mufey coming in. No Wednesday's Times-Union says: Ten tempt to take his life by taking laud-
lr am,4 etmipte statistics can be thousand dollars comprised a sum of anum.-Quincy Times.
mw Ow mer w time, but it is evi- money paid to the clerk of the United
h naht now that this is to be the States district court yesterday after- Se e the other Fellow.
*m) @ bener year. -Tampa Times. noon as reimbursements for damages Patrick arrived home much the worse
inflicted upon the timber on certain for wear. One eve was closed, his nose
dswN H. I. Htuutown of Tallahas- government lands in Florida by R. J. his fe l d
s w s made aerif of Leon county in Knight and associates in the turpentine was broken and his face looked as
though it had been stung by bees.
of ~ hitff Lanl ton, murdered. business, the Consolidated Naval Stores '.Glor be:" exclaimed his wife.
a e Dn atir State Executive Comn- company and the J. P. Williams corn- "Tho Dutchman Schwartzheimer-
M- mt lin the office of Chairman pany. There were seventeen civil ac- ,, ned
An A. I3home un and elected Mr. tions instituted against Knight, his as- "Shame on ye!" exploded his wife,
S a th second ballot. He sociates and the Consolidated Naval without sympathy. eA bi shpalpen
u I06 W os aigaiM t 7 cat for E. Stemo company. The actions were for with loik s ya to get bate up by a
IL 0106& Sr., seventeen out of damages for trespass upon government lte kes adhoun of a Dootchman the
# A. a mbers of the committee lands and damages to the timber there- size of him! Why --"
I l~ et. immediately upon re- on. The amount of damages sought inI "Whist, Nora, said Patrick "don't
Mr m e emmendation Mr Hous- each of the seventeen cases aggregated i diss tful of the dead"-
- w wa apasted by Gov. Gilchrist an immense total. sEverybody's magazine.
l esw ved his commission from the -- Es
I i a ofState. Fifty-three horses frem the Cook latest th bowels roots
1t .1 Rs egteRthe bowels promotes


stables were shot this morning on the
Mr.. J DW. d, of Kansas City., Sand Hills, near the old pest house,
I, who evral months ago purchased under the direction of President Myer-
tsh tact of the Everglades lands son, of the S. P. C. A. This makes a
b tM vriciity, has arrived in the city total of sixty-five animals, affected
ad h a gput at the Gralyn hotel, with glanders, killed to prevent the
w6 be will speod several days. Mr. spread of the disease. The shooting of
Mrd is accompanied by Mr. H. C. the animals was humanely done by Dr.
atphreys, of Webb City, Mo., and Spencer, under the supervision of Mr.
Anrw Wilson, of Cripple Creek, bothI Myerson. The bodies of the dead horses
of whom are here to look over the were buried in a large trench dug near
brtgiades lands with a view of in- the scene of the killing. No more cases
vesting. Mr. Busard is also here not of glanders have been reported, and it
gly to look after his interests but to is believed that the disease has been
iquire more. In all probability the successfully confined to the Cook sta-
gentleen will leave Miami with deeds bles. The stables will now he thor-
to wveral thousand acres of Everglades roughly fumigated. Jacksnvilie Me-
Iad. Miami Metropolis. tropolis.


For the past several days a great
many lead dinmws and quarters have
been making their appearance in
Gainesville and several of the mer-
chants have been "stuck" on the spur-
ious coin. The imitations are very good
and can scarcely be detected, except
in the ring, and it would be advisable
at this time for all to notice money
well, especially in these denominations.
Specimens shown the reporter were
rather old and dark-looking and bore
the date of 1881. The fact that they
are so old makes it easier for their pas-
a..a It i Qnnnr pd that this is oart


easy natural movements, cures con-
stipation Doan's Regulets. Ask
your druggist for them. 25 cents a
box. 7


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You need not
be fearful ifyouum
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for that cough. There are
many oonsumptivee who now
would be well if they had
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Ladies' Collars and Tic
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SUMMER CLOTHING
We have a nice line. ranr ing ftr .
$5.00 to $12.50 per Sr

SHOES for all ages and v
Many kinds and style to, wIrt I,-P.
You will find our stock well aLymed
fully up to the usual high i
quality. Your special attnmms a
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THE


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Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons


Live Oak, Florida


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Urn M BIL- and Mrs.


M Ast hi and winter.
Va #- wth seeu but b
AiiM Jai this good
b4lumblr wil be given
ad douls wIl oMow
J kl d wrhte. Fhe of
bto bled have bern se-
Ae tl" tetsa two dol-
beb mm that a ma and
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b I mapt of our edo-
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wkh eam do so, give
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I ac ~.tomy say.


Sb Ie2 led to know of
Mt pWid to our
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l 9 pow has kham this
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if not with "lying colors,"for the


p idu t of that spndid old instita-
i wa Mneatlby re d Mpo to name
a ot its recat gadate for appoint-
met to this podtioi He left Jack-
Mm ille lat Thnrday for Panama
L3ho ho. .i1l a t kmLo th dmk L. im


JURORS DRAWN.
List o Jurs for April Term of Cri.-
iual Cc rt 1909.
The foowin is the list of jurrs
drawn for April term of the criminal


Impure blood ruus you dow--
makes you an easy victim for orp
diseases. Burdock Blood Bittes
purifles the blood--cure the cars--
builds you up. T


.- -" M U court of record: W. B. Zachary, T. LK.
f thea MPOdble piti. We Tedder, H. J. Lamb, G. W. Frees, J.ll
again that we e justly proud of th C. Pinkham, J. O. Howell, C. F. Gard-
boy'sachievements. He is now only ner,S. A. Richardson, E. A. Royal,T. t
3 years old. -Jackuonville Floridian. I. Mclntoeh, Henry Holtclaw, W. R. Myoic Tien mW. : hiuTmim ha.
Prink *Rmf 303
Obituary. Frink. 303
Send your FRIGHT dms
The family of Brother and Sister W. ('oueil Proceedings. Send your ST 0 CK dms
L. Sumner is broken by the hand of Live Oak, Fla., March29, 1909. Sed yw r OTMtR cWi to
death. City council met pursuant to call of We adjust and collect them on per-
Little Minnie Lou was born Novem- the mayor. Especially to consider cor- centage basis
her 1, 1907, and died March 11, 1909; plaints of parties whose names had Experienced Claim Agents employed.
one year, four months and 11 days of been stricken from registration books. Bo ,d Sakgua ad leps f
age. Present: C. H. Brown, president of
Little Minnie Lou was a sweet child the council and J. E. Wood, S. J. White
and loved by all. It seems that the and J. M. Barclay, aldermen.
Ird sent her to stay just long enough There being no complaint for rein-
for all to learn to love her. Some sweet statement on registration roll On
day we will meet her where parting is motion council adjourned.
no more; where there is no sickness or C. H. BROWN,
death. Father and mother, that will be President of Council.
a happy meeting when we gather around Attest: S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. tko y.
the great White Throne to dwell with m To g e
....... M .to sp;ctllze. aWae a&
Jesus and relatives and friends forever. noti e l rawduInx. n -1f r
SNotts. a d sreta~s o F'h In yern we
We laid her sweet little body to rest I h beomerey e- my sthow Fen
at Ida Grove church. Rev. A. J. Futch hereby express my thanks to my bmurrntsrs or nr
eondueted the funeral services friends who stood so faithfully by me ~ aomt d .. t n Ai
;n ta jtvm~~fin in+ v-aa+anA An aironreeuel Aldam


She is not dead; the child of your af-
fection,
But gone unto that school where she no
longer needs our protection.
For Christ himself doth rule.
A FRIEND.
('outry Bacon for Sale.
COUNTRY BACON and LARD for
vaie. Als a fine lotof young umbrella
China trees for shade trees. R. B.
Wii,.R. F. D. No. 2, Live Oak.


Month


3 Pmier of Lake Cha r, A., "I
i 6mr udache, back he, side ache,
M, r d could hudl wlk At
M' i now I iol food all thetime


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ill Le CILY yicInii Jju sp Us, uu1 i uoV
here and now say to all the people
of our city, that I fully appreciate the
honors and favors so unanimously be-
stowed upon me for the last six years.
Although defeated in the last campaign,
I assure you I have nothing but the
kindest wishes for all.
The people have spoken and it is all
right. Here with you,


S. P. MAYS.
Easter S rvices.
There will be Easter services at the
Emerson C. M. church on the 2nd Sun-
day in April, beginning on Saturday
night before.
Saturday night's subject will be "The
Death of Christ."
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., "The Res-
urection of Jesus."
Sunday night, "The Ascension."
All who can are invited to attend
these services. A. J. FUTCH.
Notable Prohibition Victory.
Springfield, 0., March 29.--With the
heaviest vote in local history Clark
county today voted "dry" by 11 major-
ity in the local option election. The
total vote east in the county was 17,831.
The election affects ninety-seven sa-
Sloons in the county and three breweries.


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h kte at the Uive Oak Posofe uas
d r ela d m matter.

SqMcial mid-witer edition of the
hm ym P rm which au jut rah-
d W btlrohl*y reditabl il al re-
t5 It is mnaga ne form, hand-
-y bented, and m full of good
-r tri hde reoure and ad-
1 of Port Myenand Lee county.

1lrr i Prm Associatiom met in
-al MW- in St. AqA tine this
A ad- with Editon Hetherington
I Apaud an deck and with a fair
MMofthe rak ad file, the ocea-
du a erowe, a rucewa. We
WeOm b spirit, but the imperious
-f d uty held our gross material
din LiUv Oak.


am msmwss insist that the
Cft wAld Carmack and got
- p ea". wll never be pun-
ag hi(ar "beat the cae"
I bl th way for newpa
a& r r the m-ative effect
dq-- Ithat ito create the
kW f i k-e ntimet, the
kma1dd -*e aad predict the
ShlWe, Ia thihelps bring
l~~f t7r miknk it would avoid.
O-- MNI" eme m the enforcement
do vl, u mIo y qualniyiq predic-
m flt w='t be enforced, is the
6 p y fer aU people and all pa-


I Aqdw celebrated the 7th
iN I of the arrival of Ponce de
LM at -at with elaborate and
bIstlhl ereme io this week, and
tq- M cld ty was thronged with
i ers a witness the impressive pa-
fM t a A niotie is up-to-date as
aduuan-ipandshe is one of the
Stw of Florida of which we are
ld ped. "Age cannot wither her,
mar Cta stale" the unfailing charm
of her tPea de Leon carnival. If old
Pnmc could resurrect his hallowed cor-
pusity and see how gorgeously his
mary is honored iv that old town on
tm anniversary days, he would prob-
aby fall dead again under the shock of
the suprse and joy.

We note that the Pensacola News,
the Live Oak Democrat and the Gaines-
vibe SUn have been discussing the pres-
idecy of the State university and inti-
mate that Dr. Sledd is not the man
suited for that important position.-
Palmetto News
You didn't see any such intimation in
the D9rrat_ There was not a line
of criticism of Dr. Sled4in any any-
thing we said, for we knew nothing to
bb discredit or disparagement, and not
ee did we hint that he was not the
right man in the right place. In what
the Democrat said it confined itself to
anexpression of opinion as to what
kind of man should be president of the
university in order to promote its suc-


The indications are growing that the
present State pension law will come in
for some very pungent criticism during
the next session of the legislature, and
it is is not improbable that it may be
materially changed. That there is rea-
so for such change has been clearly
pointed out, but that law is "loaded,"
wh it will take a legislator of almost
heroic mould to monkey with it in a
hostile spirit. It will be universally
conceded that the man who earned a
peasio by actual service as a soldier
during the war, and who really needs it
mOw for the support of himself and
and family, if he has a family, should
gt a pension from the State; but why
the people should be taxed to give pen-


adWYhriihirmit ft
ahdtheiad pthadte ne fte-
wm. Anbesrof tahge qiam-h
Mtie the Ol class, wil eare up
for baideratio, bt beyond dObt the
wo in which the widest and eepest
interest is felt is that of the stbMisom
of a prtio tif'wva" wt to the a -

The prohibition people have A d
cndtoy, saed their statemt Ias
bee widely published, that the mewes.
ry three-afths of the mabers-eIect
me pie4d in writing to vote for the
smunisla. of an aMiw itt, bat the
antis deny with apparently equal cona-
deoce that pledges to that extent have
beengrean. The iquor people wil in-
doubtedly be in force at Taahaossee
and do their utmost to prevent the pa-
sage of a resolution submitting the
amcyhnm t ,but experience in the
South has shown that when the decisive
fight on thisquestion comes, so great
is the power of public sentiment that
the saloon crowd generally goes down
in prompt defeat and its boasted power
makes a very poor showing of strength.
Whether this will be the case at Talla-
hassee remains to be seen.
Prominent in the fight for prohibition
will be Senator McMullen, from the
Tampa district, and the following from
the Tampa Tribune of Tuesday, con-
cerning his attitude will be of interest,
although the reporter probably got him
down wrong when he speaks of a "pro-
hibition bill" passing the legislature,
a he doubtless meant a joint reolu-
tion providing for the submission to the
people of a prohibition menrment:
'That a prohibition bill is certain to
be introduced into the State legislature
at its approaching meeting in Tala-
hassee, with strong probability of pass-
ing both house and senate, was the
statement made yesterday afternoon


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hbt Mr W d ,w "ORA swH
a rmwias l amwar aif 1 r;
EW i Mrbt tht d s muif i ad
a m in pi t -ura. They
Ieato]ha"w hir wd the
SditiIm w hira m th t &it. 0**
D .iddrtfhei y, ad Dr.
Iurpeeo the r le Col ma
both od Ij They are both a eh
a practical edae and abM
atiaMi. Bc i doiga good wrk
in h upectiv pce. The pm dof
the State vflmake a witake if it
meainre te vvae of Dr. SlM by the
attudae abone in hbi iitat O.
We mat look to the coitMoa which
affect that attenda. WWe are reia-
by informed that the Board of Control
isstiadinbyDr.Sledd this attack
upon him. We hope it will entinue to
dose."


M .e A'orhia vrisI


Our friends who are so urgent in ad-
vocating State uniformity on the ground
of economy should adopt the plan of
Hern-B p county, "free books" For
seventeen years this county has oper-
ated the free book system to the entire
satisfaction of the people.-Brooksrille
Argus.
The Eaiot of Mi. Bra's Ps.
The Suwannee Democrat accuses us
of being in the capitalist class on a -
count of a recent purchase of lots from
Capt. Hawkins. Upon reading the
item we immediately dove down into
our pocketbook and found 30 cents-
the extent of our pile. The fact of the I


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W. J. IIA,
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by Don C. McMullen, senator from this matter is, one does not have to be a
district. Mr. McMullen confessed that capitalist to acquire a home in Inver- not been ppr de Alrge amount to IytY l. f.
he had no idea who will introduce the ness or any part of Citrus county.-In- reward should at once be offered, and ure to make ps" urI
bill and spoke as if there is a likelihood verness Chronicle. every citizen should do his best to cap- it, is not doe to
of several persons trying for the honor, ture the red-handed assassin. Lang- prejudice again h it
He declared that he will not introduce Wais Chim b JutS ston was a good man and a fearless it! What ar L
the bill himself, but that he will intro- We see the Wailcs claim is to come officer. The murderer should be appre- efforts of his nerrsr wSlJ
duce such a bill himself if he found out up again before the legislature for set- ended at all hazards even if a reward lifted by som w cs &i
that no one else will do so. When the tlement. We deem this not only a just of $10,000 is necessary raised by pri- stead of bei a e~ to
prohibition bill is introduced, Mr. Mc- claim but a debt of honor and we trust ate subscription. He should be made University of Fkrsa i a
Mullen declared that he will make a the members of the legislature will son example of. This killing of officers tension for poti
warm fight for it, as he was elected on look upon it. The state has received in the discharge of their duties should petty quarrel, pen)e I
a prohibition platform against Robert its money from the general govern- stopped. It is anarchy pure and
McNamee, running on a local option ment and we believe had it not been i simple.-Inverness Chronicle. universities, and why l't
platform. When the amendment will for the labors of Col. Wailes the state DeLand Record.
take effect depends on the provisions never wonld have received the same. In Mai. Butler's Bailiwick.
of the act of the legislature, but the Let the laaislature be honest and just. Inverness propose to C p's Ss ati
consensus of opinion seems to be that it i Ocala Star. iT as o r p to, clm.. P. ,i l
will be made to take effect January build a large three-story brick and ce- With this u o tH F
1911, shortly after it is submitted to A fight to a Finish. ment building. The first floor will be i Witnes chan s itl. &
19usshortlyafter it is submittedCrilsoi ,a se ifoAadt
the people at the general election of! Columbia county is all stirred up over used as the Chronicle's office, and see- tion frum Arra h, ta
1910. It is believed that Jan. 1, 1911, a "wet and dry" election that is to be lend floor for offices and the third a; size and igtrrat app-
.Masonic temple. Inverness is growing: somewhat ke w A4
as the date for the amendment to go in- held in that county in the latter part Masonic tem wing somewhat t A
to effect, is agreeable to everyone in- of April. The liquor people have se- Iand the way the Chronicle is spreading nesss the arl erra *d
terested in it. There is believed to be cured the requisite number of signers Iout is marvelous. The editor of the taptit, a very gw
no doubt that the amendment will be to their petition and are assured an Chronicle is so busy with the duties of I body of rtuistw po q i
carried when it is presented to the election, but the temperance people are clerk of the court he had no time to us that the Witam L
people." holding mass meetings and organizing edit his paper and has imported G. & now bei* miMd fm t f
to fight the issue to a finish. It's go- McAfee, of Kentucky, who arrived be. ought to he eb tos 6 O
inr to be an expensive effort to re-es- fore the holidays and has proved a work for the Lra tW f


The "Short Talks" man on the Times-
Union has long been a pleasant and
highly-respected mystery, as to his per-
sonality, with a large majority of the
brethren of the State press. His calm,
clear, judicial style and rare faculty for
getting at the meat of a subject and
putting it in admirably condensed form
before the reader; his quiet humor and
amiable satire, sparingly indulged; and,
above all, his fine, philosophic spirit,
with no alloy of passion or prejudice, or
the small resentments that mar the
work of too many press writers, make
this unknown of the Times-Union dis-
tinctly a favorite with the readers of
that paper. But he has been unmasked
at last, as witness the following from
the Ocala Star:
"Mr. Edgar is the 'Short Talks' edi-
tor of the Jacksonville Times-Union,
and through his innate modesty there
are but few who have met him, and few
who ever knew his name, always re-
ferring to him as the 'Short Talks
Man." His column is the first to be
scanned by the editors, and no other
writer on the Times- Union has his
matter so widely copied. Mr. Edgar
is loved by the 'press gang' for his uni-
form courtesy and kindness in dealing
with the State press and the matters
z- -.1 I- -- L- _


tablish those hotbeds of vice and de-
pravity in Columbia county.-DeLand
Record.
Two Inverness Bachelos.
A rather comical incident occurred to
two old bachelor friends of ours at an
early hour Thursday morning during
the raging of the storm. When it was
at its height, the wind blowing a ter-
rible gale and surging to and fro, the
vivid lightning accompanied by loud
peals of thunder, which was terrific,
the two old bachelors were terribly
frightened. One was holding the door
while the other was praying. Finally
the one at the door said to his partner:
"Now you come and hold the door and
let me pray awhile." Thus it is, our
conscience makes cowards of us all. "-
Inverne-is Chronicle.

Economic Side of Murder.
It would be interesting to know what
expense the county has been put to in
the trial of murder cases since the first
day of May, last year. And this ex-
pense will continue so long as the mur-
derers are set free and patted on the
back. There is a commandment, "Thou
Shalt Not Kill," and in nine cases out
of ten there is a way of avoiding the


cracker-jack editorial writer, while Ma-
jor Butler, than whom there is no bet.
ter local editor and news gatherer in
the state, is building him an up-to-dat
bungalow in the suburbs of the town.
Sure there is thrift and growing pros-
perity to all who are allied with the
Chronicle. -Ocala Star.

Tdie It Out of Poitcs.
Some of the papers are clamoring for
the removal of Dr. Sledd, as president
of the state university, claiming that
he has made a failure of it. It is our
opinion that the university was a fail-
ure long before Dr. Sledd took hold of
it, and the contemplated change will
not benefit it unless his successor is
given the proper encouragement and
help, instead of "knocks." But the
University of Florida must be taken
out of politics before it will ever


pie ofthe Stal. i 4
haveamaof to OWN
moral and anlr I im
forn which no I


da like the dew."
There wim no -e
which either am or t
and every hm the mi
reached throqt th cme-tS
champipm of tr biMr |
movmt that l- i nH
the rce. We ry p I 1
Bros. EdwanU wAd UntW l
the presac m cmf"M I1
in their work. rid w rl I
may make the Witam OI
helpful to ther crumn at"
hope the people wti rsy tll
port, both with mo e
otherwise. Fn- -imCb


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cannotbedepa
on at an timsis
a so


LI J. esth,o Brford, wasin the
ei ty Teidy.
SC.L C Huo, of RoMbrg,was trad-
ing in town Satutdaf .
a. Wrigley's Spamit Gum. uwan-
a re Drug Co.
Id-' & Brimn, of Madiem,, wuamu
n0 the visitors tow Mondy.


A fr e body at Har- moret aluabl than theC Mim s & Rndll, of Madion, is
friend who fails you at vi*riti ., e terM sA.n M y.
L MLt BiM t Co y ae Roan Rickern, of O'Bri, was a
I M Our Watches can always be depended buine. victor in the ity Stray.
Syred is ow mwok for on. We have a line of Howard, Elgin, Be represented in the new ity dire-
0 r ta Waltham, Illinois, Hamden and Ham- tory with a good advertisement of your
a ir, sMpnt Monday in Lake ilton-the best and most reliable business.
C l l bmes. watches on the market All prices ( Miss Conway, the trained nurse, left
Full line of all kinds of Jewelry, Dia-
M. .id arlod of Chairn just mod Set Rings, ockets, Broochehs,Saturday morning for Capitola toat-
S. Barto a Co.Pin e., at the lowest prices. tend a patient.
J er next pair of shoes be Selz f Jack Taylor came in from Monticello
Oh9L -. 126 B0TiX I Stock d pm Ail d h AV *V&


S-jou Drutet to Apm g
Savio Fil-Itnloto ~pI A


$1.00 will open an


Start today


The fCins Bk of ive


I IV=c A&mI cu l nsia


. M4cLCAeIr BO u j -es uay auu ww aeuu two r W LLIVE n Vra, I
ito canpy in y ize ad of goods for wedding and birthday weeks in the city.
SJ. B. Barto & Co. presents i John E. Ohlen, traveling salesman -W4
Repairing and engraving. All work for the E. C. Atkins Company, of Co-
rSame fast lmin to buy gua teed lu mbus, Ohio, was in the city Friday B. BARRTON,
t mrvnLa Shoe Store. on a business visit.
'PUp with ankle straps $1.50i
SPm wih ane sraps $1. RD MissNaomi Hampton, of Hampton
Harv 's Shoe Store. 1J. lU Vl Springs, one of the popular young
D. ullard, of White Springs was ,ladies who visits our city, is the guest
n at the Suwanee Tuesday. ..JEWELER.. of Miss Carmeta Grabb.
LIVE OAK, iu FLORIDA Rev. N. H. Williams the able editor
n efind a pipe to suit you. Se- Walter Hackney, a well known trav- of the Florida Christian Advoate, was J
ne.aster egg dye. SuwanneeDrg Co. eling man, representing a Jacksonville in the city Friday on his way to Perry.
Swholeale house, wascalling on his Live While here he was the guest of Dr. R. '
is the time to buy your Water Denatured alcohoL Suwannee Drug Oak customers last Friday. V. Atkisson.
I di at J. B. Barton & Co. R. H. Shackleford, one of the most Rhode Isand red eggs for hatching;
Nice line tobacco and cigars at S. P. popular traveling salesman on the road from healthy, farm raised, prize win P
SA y, of Jacksomille, Mays. was shaking hands with his many ng stock. Splendid layers, 13 eggs
q of Jat atvele-ifriends in the city MoM.ayy ng stock. Splendid layers, 13 eggs 0y
*luut6 be here at the elec- M.A. Adams, of Day, was in town frends in the city Moday. for $1.00. Address, Rixford Poultry 0
SMonday. Joe Hinely, Marvin Butler, Chas. Farm, E. A. Burdick, Live Oak, Fla., '
ITownend was in the city Mon- P. M. McIntosh, of Luraville, was in McKinnon, Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Harris R. F. D. 4. v
after the needs of his cus- the city Friday. went down to Lake City Friday night H. C. Meeks, who has been in South
to attend a dance given at Uthe Blanche ee w a een n o
L. M. Ballentine, of Luraville, was hotel. Florida for the past six months, re- i
H. B.rawell and little baby in the city Monday. turned home last Friday. He reports t
spring several days in Adams sent Sunday in Wood- We appreciate your business and our considerable damage by the storm of
A.E. Adams spent Sunday Wood- Mr. McLeod will be pleased to show Thursday of that week at Tarpon g
stock visiting friends ..
S l astk pdvisiting friend. you through our large stock of furni- Springs and other parts in the State g
SSrd accepted a po- Buy Hanan's fine shoes for Easter at ture, whether you buy or not. J. B. along the west coast.
SWilliams in their Harvard,s Shoe Store. Barton & Co.
Ned F o". Jenkins & Jacks n's blacksmith an(:
SKennedy went down Ned Felton, of Mayo, was a business Miss Esther Haile, one of the most repair shops. All kinds of new and re-
to! visitor to the city last Fridayar
W Kdamy to spend a week ida popular young ladies of Lake City, ar- pair work, wagons, buggies and horse-
o wbter. Dr. G. B. Smithson was a prominent rived in this city Sunday night, and shoeing. We also repair guns, pistols,
I a i.. of Mt. Tabor, C- business visitor here Monday. will spend several days visiting Miss sewing machines, graphophones, pho-
SlofMt TaTor Th .e te bt erdie Haddock. Miss Haile visited nographs, clocks and all kinds of ma-
SSo t cityonly bTu The Stoves are the best madeCo. here some time ago and has many chinery. All work guaranteed. Shop i
Sold only by J. B. Barton & Co. friends who will be glad to see her located near the Baptist church, Live.
.. b-otm Imrlu of Art Squares White Mountain Refrigerators are again. Oak. 4ti
W M~hr and quality to the very best at J. B. Barton & Co.


Suqa..msc m t ha city direc-
gafrew ults ar d bk
blubmw Iev ever wa&.
~I I I~-~Lwe mill Com-
w- vw station.
C t .et. G La ?t
ae- o fear brgtest
98 ft bftm Unimad.
o n 1'eimu.


6ft ow a an 4( the
40-00 U" Oak.


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Ap oIt.0the
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Miss Mabel Jones spent Sunday in
in White Springs visiting her parents.
Miss Missouri Kennedy, of Houston,
was among the shoppers here Monday.
Miss Blanch Wolfe returned last Fri-
day from a visit with friends at Wel-
born.
Everybody will read the city direc-
tory. See that your advertisement is
in it.


John Peeples, one of Hamilton coun-
ty's prosperous farmers, was in town
Saturday.


Jonathan Scott, wife and daughter,
Mis Sa ie, were shopping in the city
last Friday.


Jack Ross, the clever manager of the
Kinedrome theater, spent Sunday in
White Springs.
Mis Nettie Swinton, one of our popu-
lar teachers, was reported quite ill the
first of the week.
Raymond Newbern, of High Springs,
spent Saturday and Sunday in the city
the guest of friends
1 three thousand city directories to be
iven away. Don't fail to get your ad-


4L0 t e o the Ja- vertisement in it.
4 h( t new~pper Have your advertisement ready by
tla p immfnt Monday for the Live Oak directory.
f- d tL > te. ws Be on time with it.
S Miss Sue Hemming, a charming young
m m d h m.M fron lady of Welborn, is in the city visiting
M PaL d, wmher Miss Blanche Wolfe.
SaW-- for the'
jIyfrirMi Mrs. A. M. Rivas and little son, Jo-
I n hme I agaC seph, of Jacksonville, are in the city,
, the guests of Mrs. Rouse.


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A. H. French, of East
MU. twos in tha pitv Fridav


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and Sat-


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Willie Dear, of WMre a, s
I Live Oak Tuesay vat aMM
to Millvile on SL .Amrom be. Pk
n a pleasure trip OW ft on b 6
irl. While in the ftIheMd
piest of Mr. and m. L F. kSWA
Lis unckleand Sat. WiMW 6M
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Where nothing but Shoes are handled, is

the place to find the best Shoes for the least


money.


We have added several new lines


is the place to buy Shoes.

Well Known Brands for Men
"Hanan" Shoes and Ox'fds $5.50 and $6
"Harvard & Foster" $4 and $5
"Beacon" $3 and $3.50
Great values in cheap Shoes, $1.50 to $2.50


Advertised Lines for Ladies
"Hanan" patent and tan Oxfords $5
"Ultra" Oxfords in all leatcrs, $2.50 to $4
"Dittman" $2.50 to $4
Extra Specials at $1.25 to $2


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in the land.


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IO LyampU iwhet
Sr dmit a,---.. ,4 w M t. Iii chti adi
mimelb*it.imd -h----wDr thnr.-- Am th ea Ac ted -_ kt torn-

aImn OWbWM I,. aedIw mted with ia for few orse the featM of a system
d "N*1 of am'n ys m Jkbwyrhe heable to eaupareu dg'odnodsitfhe State Frd Fbda,
l wok W e ththatdoli other col-by pe~ ai boml to"e o o fty rt
wHhm -iii. amELof rae aIiHtiu achmailmof hud wae Ned buit
as 1 -dtti m-s *rt.ri ah"ct d, a g doate f .nd tat d by i k nty:
"e-' b t t eat eui-tie it tie cmt ry S t i L That ,op tl pmlye
aI- I" -- b ofa abe "to ttt the bar todeint adappromalofthib Actadits radtii-
* '" Y"I -'" w*llthe biesCt co-wtkers, whih is,cati. rbydvote of a maeity of the
I go M a i the bet and meot --im- -n oft the Ste off Fida the
S 1 i, .mot of Fth tatletiotr IIf acouege pnio the Board of these Iatmil l povnent
-isr A det, particolary in a State renved uind the Sate of Florid hs have
onbheasdttled aba frgomthe outeblectual centers of there pwer aiditihreby frted to
s Mii lra ad my to offer the idnde- two lr doMhnn boa d la dohmi-
f po iw ndd"d mtw f ivBtola I dW riiie to its prof at of of mo e utn"d doea ac h
heas@ON ( Mis do t Ift or ao moch thereof as may be neemary
______The tUtore of theformeruniverity from time to time to fulfil the require-
ON" iad i mnrod dob of Florid, the BLard of Control of the meats of this Act; aid beads to bear
O 'w ftZ"!11' 9 9 preoat univrcity of FTrida, did sig. interest at the rate of 4 per cent per
o*e* a m e L. m sel rvice to their State in calln Dr. annum; said bends to be sold and the
so WNW-inl&". noi Sledd to reform the old and build the proceeds thereof ued in the creation
df1 00-1Ieei tl State w into a State university that was and etsabinhmwnt of a system of good
bo I e, MW0d (ll wrthy of the nae. If the people of da in the State Florida and men
bo ""D "s !Florida want a sham and a degree ad other roads as are t4butaq thereto.
-B uto "It f Ilrenwn bers then the Daily Sun is That the said Board of the Internal
heMtfa-h w" w *oirigt and Dr. Sledd hi "hsigally Improvement Fd isauthorizedto em-
fald;" if they want the best State py a Stateinpetor of road, whoee
6W L~~kIs at t0d of Oi ey posile under the existing dty it ha be to iqpect all matter
bt ovaof i sotendm. be h as made a genuine and and pam upoa their fit tae for maor ag
Sf46 1b d- W hn doi wcuWses. guooard reads before Coutrct is
6040 L Whot Wkht its tate aiversiaty needs is bepq, ad to impet said redi spoa
Se a6b F w, the i ray wpported by the Stat. cmpeio am aiap ertimeate to the
OnN a ad-to be left alo. An OKatiomal Board of Isteml IpmOmNat Fund
AMomh ns'i. S kh i6tiraa iske ani other plant: start where rd are busiit aeordi to spec.


~w ~gof do qflt do

do e I I"do qp I mobtlw
bbw-~ b go be ON


so& ow w" a godL
no&Nbm ut kinS hed

"so uok o a WIKage



ft- a*-" I it b
s 3u b r. t 60 their
am* d W*of 1). 6 it st
"ot"m~bm ifdo Poo
49Utqv the *%m
mlWtis .ta it aC ll8
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ob"asO" W" (W the
= of ft wafeui"Y; t"e
*mpWAb at eli oderof


it rIpey, keep away the weds, wa-
ter it, but--4't keep poking at it or
g it to Iake it grow. The beao-
tdl det of a UrAL eodlle on the ed-
mtisal system of the wole State
Shaly be overstimated. Witness
Supliftt1 islone that Harvard,
Sbefrst has had on the public
admh of New iwhlad, and I damray
dtt the bet primipals in the State of
MUri, already feel the stimulating in-
lawee of the State university and are
s hearty agreement with its ideals;
but an institution which calls itself a
"university" and is doing grammar
and high school work, as the university
of Floridadid before Dr. Sledd took
charge of it, is pernicious in its effect
on the whole educated life of the State.
Let the people of Florida be patient;
Mmia #Z' a%& "%. Lk..;]+ ;_ *-


oft a# & rns. |t >the gniod vu tm are unol ul iln Iafew
"I 1 t 1- bm W I yearm, and to provide the buildings and
* l m of W i 'equipment does not yet mean having
R WlV t Io L Who at I itlmde a ctleg We all should like to
pI r of W m t se tahe d number of students doubled or
*SSS IJ i 1 1 d tsItrebled but this is impossible at pres-
aIb" soat ad s o to c It't if the State university is to contin-
S*- 14 0 -I affaseeIk ut rally doing college work. The
i I*ap. r e& i i thI ghtftIl who study the conditions in
Sto *a a w 0( the tie taknow this, and Dr. Sledd has
& 0 & am a i 6,. provided the public with exact infor-
~m"Ite 6 O O for the mato = on the question. They want
S 1 pe t atu tto leave the high school boys in the
S*am *aI w w b, t school which need them for their
am I o 4 W 6y o mwnhealthy growth and development,
t- A' MI t. n Wo V, at nd do not want a State university to
SamB wi u compete with them; and at the same
__time they want to provide those who
v *& st6ms ftf I sathty.' have doae the high school work with
% bsI' Y an tht higher education which it is the
bI f.. w*- m pruIy o( proper function of the State university
to provide. Nothing could therefore be
*moremu misplaced and detrimental to the
bmt educationall interests of the State
Sth to stir up feelings of dissatisiac-
Stma on the score of small numbers.
Yours very sincerely
KARL SCHMIDT,
IFormerly Professor of Mathematics at
the University of Florida.
Pequaket, New Hampshire, March
24, l 4 .


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land. 0. Suwannee Drug Co.
Notice.


ieata, stating unber of iles bailt,
and upono ehb tieate the Bard
shall order the mpser to pay to
the county 0 -I of eauh co9n-
tyforeachmileof rmid so hrd
faced that is part of the State system
of good roads hereiuafter outined,
$500.00. Andfor each mile of hard-
surfaced road built in each county that
is part of a system of county rods ad
not part of the State system, $20.00
per mile.
The spefiation for a hard road shall
require that the material used shall be
of marl or rock or such substance as
shall harden when exposed to the at-
nosphere, due preference being given
to local materials, and shall be laid
fully ten feet wide, and when packed
shall not be less than eight inches
thick in the center and five inches thick
at the edges, elevated in the center.
For the purpose of this Act the sys-
tem of good roads shall consist of a
road from Jacksonville to Pensacola;
from Tampa to Plant City; Plant City
to Lake City and Gainesville; Gaines-
ville to Jacksonville via Palatka; Jack-
sonville to Miami via St. Augustine;
Plant City to a point on the Jackson-
ville and Miami route, near New Smyr-
na in Volusia county via Lakeland and
Orlando; Palatka via DeLand, inter-
secting road from New Smyrna to Or-
lando; Bartow Junction to Fort My-
ers via Bartow, Arcadia and Punta
Gorda.
The routes shall be selected by the
board of county commissioners of the
counties through which the road passes,
together with the road inspector or
commissioner of that county, should
there be one, and the State inspector,
who shall decide upon the route through
each county.
A(rT QUICKLY.

IDelay Has IBen Daingerous in Live
Oak.
I'o ;he right thing at the, !ighl

A.\ct quickly in times of danger
Bac'kache is kidney danger.
Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly.
Cure a!l distressing, dangerous
kidney ills.
'lentr of evidence to prove this.
\V. T. Danion. retired. 1,4t Eas,
('linon S'.. Ta:lahassee. Fla., says:
"I was in such a bad way as rh. :'- i
.iuit of kidiiy trouble a shor' timn
ago that I could hardly get about I
the house. There was a constanr i
dull pain across the small of myv


back. also an irregularity in rhe
action of the kidney secretions. See-
ing D)oan's Kidney Pills so highly


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LIVE OAK,
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Live Oak Manrnftunri


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Lights, Powaer and TU
Electric Lights in any part of the city
Residence or Business House at a very
Electric power-Day and night current--icr m

hosae and retail Ice-out of Cit om h
cial attention, and all orders promptly IBs.
We wiflpiv yo goodprices on bw re, d
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I numerous sectspests and fungus dseasesso detrimental tothe b interest of t pa


power, florist and nurseryman has too bog been neglectd by the skntific word.
Willim Coopr has endeavored to meet this demand and we are confidmt that he has mett
producton of his V-2 and V-3 Spray Fluids. This is proved by the evidencethat we have from
from all parts of this country.
Careful experiment has established the ineffiency of the crude remedies and home-made M 1
pear tobe entirely satisfactory. Some of them have proved deadly to certain pests, but have signal
It cannot be disproved that some crude preparations posssess effective properties in killing some d m
yet fall utterly to destroy scores of the numerous fungi infesting the majority of or4hards.
While winter spraying may have been thoroughly done and the orchard quite free from infalta ia I
reinfection may always occur from various sources. Your neighbor may have bee negligent. A ",'.
moths. etc., emanating from the ground, emerge late in the spring, usually after spring spraying I do (
their eggs upon the leaves.
Our V-3 fluid is a scientific substitute for all cude poisonous mixtures. Kills all leaf-atang INs af
thexcellent propertesof the best with severalpeculiar to itself. It is instantly soluble withwar. D
the foliage. No sediment to dog nozzles.
The cost of the V-l, V-2 and V-3 FluIds is the same.

Quart can, $1.00; gallon can, $3.00
One gallon makes 100 gallons spray fluid. Cost is no indication of the value of any remedy. Judlulbi
the best is invariably the cheapest. Ca at our store and let us tell you more about this fluid.



The Hair Hardware Compan


H. H. BROWN, Manager


LIVE OAK,


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T IY mI RTANT IKERTINSs. lary Union's reception. This helpful W. C. T. U. organization when the oc-
-and beautiful custom of our ladies, who casion may demand it. This large body
S bowud nml the Ml-iomary I'- are engaged in missionary work in the of good women may be counted on to
e WInna fm m-h Thurday Methodist, Baptist, Advent and Pres- do temperance work at any time.
Af -m. arthL titk. byterian churches, of meeting together; A committee was appointed by Mrs.
SY afternoon was a every three months and making re- J. J. Jones, the president of the Union,
S at afternoon wLibrary. At 3 ports, and discussing practical local to aid the county commissioners in im-
S r d1 Pbaic Librmry. At 3 subjects is to be heartily commended, proving the sanitary condition of the
n kl RBard met in Athe re- The theme at this meeting was: jail This committee consists of the
a i adl Library Amocia- "Reading and its Effect on the Individ- i pastors of the fourchurches represented
IWR 6 ft a A brom beingcr vual." Dr. Atkisson led off in a discus- in the Union with Dr. Atkisson as the
* t =W midir. A qorum sinbeing son of the subject with a fifteen min- the chairman and Mrs. H. M. Johnson,
one" Tw t& i ess tea utes practical talk that was much en-: Mrs. 0. Williams and Mrs. Rouse
i b thewor koft been a redyjoyed. Revs. Ford and Lee followed'were added to see that the duty was
g S o tm workofthdbe lbhearty with short talks and Rev. Wray by re- well done.
Ipon t 1 ofthe people of Live Oak quest gave a splendid recitation. The Refreshments were served and en-
S- o I and men who are exercises were followed by Mrs. Geo. joyed greatly. The musical program
lft r tus wnd m *en who rre Nelson, State Organizer of the W. C. was shortened because of the great
A*h r this growing enterprise. T U. with a talk on the work of this amount of business. The Union ad-
dd&- are patronizing the library world-wide order. A local W. C. T. U. journed to its regular meeting.
dml v Iiw l. ,v~v naikiji gnivitzar


.-M u vtcr v uueHo aputrC u
dfbm do something to further this no-
bb weor.
The rd adjourned to the Library
reid took part in the city Mission-




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Gasoline
The best al purpose En
costructon and made
trial Uses less gasol
power than any engine
tion and al latest impro
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was organized, but it was contended '..
by those best acquainted with the con- Paper Mill Will Be Built.
editions in Live Oak, that the entire, All Gainesville will hail with delight
city Missionary Union is as one body a the news that the paper mill proposed
i ,- and talked of for some time past will
finally be perfected.
- -The Sun reporter called upon B. F.
AWT illiamson Saturday and he gave out
Should have liked to have gone into the
OT matter more fully, the urgent business
i matters that he is now looking after re-
n1ns *quired his attention and it is impossi-
I ble to stop at this particular time.
SHe stated that the matter would ne-
cessarily be delayed owing to the death
of its great promoter, but that the busi-
gin made. Simple in ness had assumed such proportions that
of the very best ma- it would not and could not be dropped
I at this stage for the mere want of at-
ne and produces more tension.
made. Speed regula- The organization for the proposed
ee mill had practically been completed, and
vments tI at the time of Mr. Chase's death plans
were working that would have brought


DEPUTY SHERIFF'S AWFUL FATI
Roasted Alive Under a Baring As.
tomobile Near West Palm Bea.L
West Palm Beach, Fla, March 27.-
James Abrams, a former employee of
the Florida East Coast hotel system at
Palm Beach, met a horrible death
shortly after midnight this manui.
With Mr. AbramswereGeorgeC. Bareo
and Richard Gardner, hurrying a an
automobile from Boynton to Wet Palh
Beach. Soon after leaving Boytom
and while running at a fast rate of
speed, something went wrong with the
steering gear caused by the umeIm
ing bush on the roadway. n la i
stant the big machine ran into a ditf,
turning turtle and pinning the thre


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managed to extricate himself. e
'finally released Barco after the atter
had received terrible bunrms but Ahbrm d 'n h1 t
was so tightly held that reecu3 was e uSM b
possible and Gardner and Barco were. M d iN be n V W ,w
forced to stand by and see their cowrn. A I
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Abrams, who was a deputy sheriff of L M4n
Dade county, leaves a wife and several M's eamd
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LIVR OAK, FhLOIDA, )P AY, APRIL 2, 109.


I RDUC9D TARIFF WONT HURT.


MAIL Pww


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m) sIC WUKg CLI.


bwMhr ballawtshr
& J. ftWe A% eay.
0M r lny AMW Nes

tr 'dip vs a Two
4 ahtmes for the va-
f a Ihe m wme a good

E^ Oue wma tnir poetical
po b a MW day's work
lplk hm the returns
lMt wlk -- etd for some-

b te vet: For mayor

P. KIaid, 216; H.

LA. w, IM; S. P.

S wL0d No. 1-8. J.
3m. W. WhitW, 1il
WM de I-J. M. Bae-
r T. MreDM oal. .
ward No. 6-. A.


I- at rge-Pred W. But-
I. T.& Amrm. 106.
gMudsw-Har Bryan, 108;
I, M; J. H. Croms, 37; Thos


Iy uSmsw-M. L Burnett, 28.
n cutive Mommittee-
~Jn J. D. Radford, J. F.
IT L Bnsde and H. H. John-


FPrMsI Lumber Industry Says Chas
H. Browa Jast Returned
Prom North.


Admitting that the present agitation
over the reduction of at least $1 in the
duty on lumber has seriously affected
the lumber business, Charles H. Brown
of the Tamp-Havana Lumber company,


declared yesterday that the passage of
the tariff bill as has been recommended
by the committee will in no wise affect
the lumber interests of this section of
the country, or any section where pine
lumber is produced.
Mr. Brown has just returned from a
trip to Richmond, Philadelphia, New
York and other points where great quan-
tities of South Florida pine are receiv-
ed, and during his visit made a careful
investigation of conditions obtaining
there. That the market at present is
very dull he admitted also. He stated
that this lasitude has not, so far, af-
fected the prices of long leaf yellow
pne, andthat the temporary suspeaso
of business is due to the activity of ce-
tain interests in tryi to prevt a re
ctio in triff on Imported lmber.
He asm t1 t'this inot dueUeo tbe fa
that theseintersts rely *eve th
the tari wil live any martial offe
a te yellow pin limber, it hat th
heads of firms ae away fre their
business and are taking O active inter
est until the question of ta is settled
Camada s Competiter.


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I n ofd tax collector there
d ada The two candidate
I tlMh number of votes,
w d B. P. Mosely, will be
Sthe gmural election in
t lmstive committee have
A meMe can be settled at
6i sad honestly without
eir lhg another primary.
pwiry was hld strictly
N e was allowed to
tm who wer registered
LM d taxes for 1907
i der sad ruling of
eSWAtteewas satisfac-
# A WMtss The vote
l lm aunh larger had
B s ms ag. Quite a
badaied to rgis-
Smber found when
iSr tht tLey had failed
t their pol taxes.
I t bhometly coOdet-
we hps heeafter al
Sa e Oak wil be held
L b lw ad aO one al-
esept those prop-
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bad d mg in theston-
10 hWbnr the eart,
k and cs heart pal-
m Irr hart troubles
SW Ih BeuMe for a few
Ssse Ib aB right. 0c
S by hwasi Drag Co.


Mr. Brown declares that the onl
oasibe competitor tthate south ce
iave is Cnada and that this country i
no competitor for the reason that th
white pine produced there, of best qua
ity, is worth $60 per thousand, while
the best quality of yellow pine is nov
sold for $0, despite the fact that it
more valuable to the manufacturer.
So far as Cuba is concerned, said M
Brown, this producing can be taken o0
of consideration entirely, as Cuba
lumber is used more rapidly than it
produced, the supply of the right kin
being limited, and the United States
now exporting thousands and hundr
of thousand of feet of lumber to ths
country.
Mr. Brown stated that he found tl
lumber men of New York were not di
posed to do any business until they a
certained the outcome of the tariff r


r. -Jgr W WW E b L LU
ut it. The matter was finally brought to
n the attention of the Railroad Commis-
is sioners by the Board of Trade, and
d they immediately took the matter up,
is and pushed it. They have also been of
ed great service in bringing about a better
at understanding between the railroad
companies and the Board of Trade as
he to plans for building and the location.
is The railroad companies acknowledged,
.- the necessity of a larger and better
e- union depot here, but for some reason
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commendations, but that after this has a satisfactory understanding was never
been settled, whichever way that it reached until the matter was placed in
may go that business will be more ac- the hands of the Railroad Commission.
tive than it has been during the last
few years. "There is an urgent need Best Treatment for Colds
for yellow pine lumber now all over the "Most ordinary colds will yield to the
country," said Mr. Brown. "Railroads simplest treatment," says the Chicago
that have been out of the market for Tribune, "moderate laxatives, hot foot
more than a year are now needing large baths, a free perspiration and an avoid-
quantities. Car manufacturing con- ance of an exposure to cold and wet
ces are needing lumber, and I believe after treatment." While this treat-
that with the tariff matter disposed of, ment is simple, it requires considerable
all of the southern mills will have trouble, and the one adopting it must
all that they can do. While the Cuban remain in doors for a day or two, or a
trade is not as active now as it has been fresh cold is almost sure to be con-
I expect to see it pick up within the traced, and in many instances pneu-
next few months when conditions there monia follows. Is it not better to pin
become settled under the new regime."! your faith to an old reliable prepara-
-Tampa Tribune, 25th. I tion like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
that is famous for its cures of colds
Pennsylvania Lawn Mower, best and can always be depended upon? For
made at any price. Hair Hardware Co. sale by Barclay & Groover, druggists.


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"toter" again and whiskey drinking. everything, and a thON-r Mi-
He urged the negroes to quit drinking hard road i one of those t- -BI
whiskey and save their money and buy simmee Gaette.
themselves a little place and make a
home.-Tampa Times 26th.


APRIL ELECTION
Will Settle the Fate of Nine Hundred
Saloons in Michigan.


a.MRS-0U


We wat you to be repmle
with a good advertie t Inb


I IUc U V IVAMn


Detroit, Mich., Mrch27.-Michiganis LIl W VIIIl KMl1 .
now in the throes of a Titanie struggle It will contain the me of em
in an attempt to drive from the State Citizen and give the s -
some nine hundred saloons, located in number of reidmee or --
twenty-seven different counties. The! There will be
operations on both sides are being di-
rected from Detroit, and the affected FIFTY PACES
counties are being flooded with litera- devoted to the cty o t Ls
ture. Money is being spent freely,and ex- exdcively. Themr wit be I
treme bitterness characterizes the strug- copies for free dyrmL b
gle everywhere. In the affected coun- inall 3,500 ops of the bt
ties there is an estimated population of GIve
800,000, and the value of the propertyG
involved, which is all owned and con- YOUR AMD WI E I
trolled by the saloon element, is placed
at $3,000,000. The whole question will and help m t wayto tL Me-
be settled by an election on April 5. pens of getti p the
tion of the city dilctry. k
DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COL- worth oney to th city ld M
LEGE? If so we can help you. We
have already put hundreds through col- a good o portaityr km
lege by means of our plan. Write to- ing.
day for full information regarding our
offer of a free scholarship in any school :RATES VE L0 .
or college. Address Robert J. Sher-
lock, 29-32 East lid Street, New York Flori l au New CC
City. i


OUR


GREAT


EASTER


SALE


Is still on and lots of new goods have been bought especially for this Sale and are arriving every day.
Here are some new bargains:


r5 BpirBlue Serge Patns, worth 3$50 and $4OO,to be sold at_ $2.48


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TiM 2=W III AOTg CULPEPPIR TO THI NsIOSu.
Fasens Xvange It 1,5A GW
Cowraed Peopeh lt" .
GROUND STAKED Off AND BIDS o th mot k 1,ii Mi
HA BEEN AK FO of the whole series since
meetings began was the one )wOthe 0
TW V I N bigtent last eight when Rev. J. B. Cl- th
pepper spoke to about 1,500 colored a
people and about the same number of in
Estimated Ceat-Plas nd Specifea- whites. -I1
tiou Are These Accepted by Rail- By way of preliminary remarks Mr. it
road Commiiomn ad Live Culpepper related the story of Ben
Oak Board of Trade. Montgomery, who was Jefferson Davis' a
slave, and also his confidential friend. S
STuesday morning a number of men At the suggestion of Ben, when the war e
connected with the Seaboard Air Line wason, Mr. Davis deeded him all his tl
property that it might be saved for d
railroad company arrived here to look Mrs. Davis and the children. The old t
after the construction of the new union slave and friend, Ben Montomery, was a
passenger depot to be built in this city true to Mr. Davis in that he proteted t
by the Seaboard Air Line and the At- his home and family while Mr. Davis e
lantic Coast Line railroad com e was engaged with the afirs of war, v
The building ste has been staked of, and also kept sacred his secret. When
and bids have bee asked for the con- the war was over he turned over the I
struction ofthe bildiag by the Se- property to Ms Davisu ad the fmfy.
Sbord, work to commence with the When Ben died Mr. Davit attdMd hs i
Snet few days. fmural ad m ade on f the eat e
Those s it e d apon betwe the speebee of hislife. withtheold ldave t
railn d coampuies the Live OakBoard & Wfrid, B m bs ct 1I
t of Trade and the Railod Comamissi Mr. Culpper took asis bjet t
Sis just wet of theda pasenwer depot. "t lttl fi e tht o th a
t between the mai lim tracks of the vie" sad sWO ib et sad mtOaM 1
e ramrods; the wetad of the depot to PAt boro but a of a met
r be near the Ohio avee roemin prnetial a d tipl no
-I The bidigisto be of brick, and He .poke f e swrair dmu g
.wil contain two large waiting rooms, the -sa i ith tems.
oe for whites and ow for eolorel peo- He sid e n r a a gro ide
pe, a ladies plor, a getlemen's Thy llhve a God, aad this ae
Smoker, ticket Qde,express ofice and ahad of every race rligiously. They
Sbggage roo. The sheds wi extend have built twice as many churches n
e over the main line of both roads, and any other and yet began after the war
I- tile walks leading from Ohio avenue on with abolutely nothing. The speaker
le either side of the depot will be built. compmnted them also for their great
w Live Oak has needed a new union de- progress; for their sense of duty to the
is pot for years, but until the Board of church and to God, especially in their
Trade took hold of the matter little liberality and perfect system in giving.
hmdwev ua hadbn uamin ;i, s.urinr The speaker touched up the pistol


"dd ImLZ


rmitret teI aIe mequi
he MWl that wo No ft I w d &WON*
diktI& iwse d so f k *so*
g of hud treed ad 64 gmd
w pbacedabsot m one I-W u
t at thea nd d the pr=M d MA
Ck Wedadmssi Csl~l Lt
mad oe "al ineuUwm ea swe
us Overso.t badmi
ipressed the opi doft soa
bawak mom m bet be god b
iibdt adbeve tbrewes a b' a
eril a the Sat"*r freMd W
ad that he od se mes gM
h owmtyshisldmot he~n artC
-owbct ew rooksw -* o b
ecoMplete the madd t t*e 1A
asaty re Oad the amost ha as
be.
Quite a number of ddm b
94 we ,-"ad m

iy boss d the bW
set ber smleadts of'-
ca" beb*& tdat w i
may ane fr a ai uhimh

am donna sk^68
81r A Iik f
mm in klft a to" att
AbO Pea.d 4d W I t bW 0
snbsqhut eoesmq. i. a
cest totm~L amiahIu
which would mmke dohefernst o
pwtam avvry % L a 4esq
mother ounts haveis w b1
materiml Umy 6f m m -
to hul materil a pes "AM ISt
team beur a msikusiIsr med
them mawmil by tht -
Thui county bm es" r a410g A
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Island Personal

Nm-- Soa e eshos at Harvard's

S Iter soes at Harvard's
sue.~r


-Q rum an &d
mOMC&


blades. Suwan-


Delg far rent. Apply at the
Dmmadea.e.
I- lDr. A. Dolan's advertisement
bi 's paper.
law Mowers from $2.75 up at the
Ink Buwalre C4
T. B Twer,of Dutton, wu regis-
trd at te thld, Teday.
sve smy by buying Sel Royal
me shs. MeClBers Bros.


The Birms Workes will meet Tues-
y aftrMasm with Mrs. Wolfe.
A D. ABsa, well-known citizen of
Paf wa is the city Tuday.
W. Wler, of Watertown, was a!
bm visitor in our city Tuesday.
w tuo aof every description at,
lypiresatthe Hair Hardware Co.
In n'a Medicated Salt Brick-
a Elmi- The Hair Hardware
O
eakerbacker suits in all the
bn pulr aid styles just received
a LJ.V W kt's
Dr. L ~ I kte wase in the city
tlf. W hern he was a gueat

S mbya as ha bimes trip to
V f in|61 the hiteret of the

-s IWl an.MO aad 4.00 shoe
n to o r 3 ad* S .00 on the

gf pb aid i hse- the kind you
Slto pup n utiv ate your garden
Sa ftMer KMaware Co.
k 6r) t'ater, ater of Mr. J. E.
w wA pw esery for Tampa, where
a** st mro* f h future home.
is *" a u a *fol U1 it's foolish
te m, s .ia s.h.f for they will
S am .rwi of *uer Mc<'ullers Bros.
Sw** Hw,, ( tw kind that does the
*4,t *** w%4 tkarr.w every shape
i sW e f(t .. Aw t thr Hair Hardware

ltk.' )p-tih u ~ lttlik grnts Oxford
owm a tr** parnt s ad gun metals,
m1 o etkv,. at S J. White's Shoe

We J H lruswell and little daugh-
tr rWraw f~ 1u Lake City Wednes-
fp. wds ey have been visiting for
O p"t Wek
Mn A C. baI tt, who has been
l ii fu several weeks, left Satur-
m to vst her father. J. S. Alderman,
of Mr Peacck.
Ie Dr. A. Dolan about your horse
wr ma if It is sIck or diseased. Ex-
emb-t- free. Office at Hinely-Steph-
Ma aim tablms.


Mrs. G. F. Gamble, of Luraville,
sm through our city Friday en route
to Ludowie, Ga., to visit her sister,
Mrs. J. M. Whetstone.
Leara more how about how to treat
dmb saimals. Dr. Dolan, at Hinely-
Stephes sales stables can instruct you.
See his card in today's Democrat.
The Earnest Workers of the M. E.
church will give an egg hunt in Mrs.
E P. Mickler's yard, Saturday, April
10th, at 3 o'clock. Admission, 10 cents.
All are invited
Dr. J. W. Livingston, wife and daugh-
ter, of New York city, are here and
will remain for a couple of weeks. Dr.
Livingston is advertising his medicine.
They are guests of the Suwannee Hotel.
At the meeting of the Confederate
veteran held in this city Wednesday,
ea. W. A. Tison, of Welborn, and
Thka Kenedy, of this city, were elec-
ted delegates to the national reunion in
Memphis next June.
The stork visited Emerson early
Tuesday morning and left a fine boy at


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A very enjoyable fish fry was given
last Friday afternoon at Gum Slough
by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tedder, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Lyle and Mr. and Mrs.
George Porter, Sr. Their guests were
Mrs. Cora Stevens, Misses Lane, Pen-
ney, Hall, Boulware, and Mr. W. E.
Edwards. The party left Live Oak
about 3 o'clock in autos and reached
home a little after dark.
Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Hillman returned
home Sunday from Floral City. They
made the trip there and return in the
Captain's automobile. They left Live
Oak Thursday morning and went via
Lake City, Gainesville, Ocala and Dun-
nellon, arriving at Floral City Friday
morning. Returning they left Floral
City Saturday and arrived home Sun-
dap afternoon. They enjoyed the trip
very mnch.


Dr. McRea and family, of Colquitt,
Ga., have moved to our city and will
occupy the Hardee residence on Hel-
venston avenue. Dr. McRea was here
a few weeks ago and liked it so well
that he returned home, closed out his
business interests and arrived Wednes-
day with his family. He will practice
his profession, dentistry. The Demo-
crat on behalf of the citizens of Live
Oak extends to Dr. McRea and family
a hearty welcome.
Quite an informal dance was given
at the Ethel Hotel Tuesday night.
Those present were Miss Esther Haile
of Lake City, Miss Naomi Hampton of,
Hampton Springs, Miss Dicie Bouldin,
Miss Rosa Lee Lewin, Miss Kate
Crouch, Miss Douglass; Messrs. Joe
Hinely, Marvin Butler. Chas. McKin-
non, Frank Blackburn, Beryl Eaton and
Mr. Hardison. The chaperones were:
Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Harris and Mr. and
Mrs. Brady.
The last issue of the Florida Baptist
Witness has the following that will
be of interest to Mr. Ridley's many
friends in this city: "Rev. C. A. Rid-
ley is waging vigorous warfare on un-
righteousness in Beaumont, Texas, and
his church is standing behind him. The
church has recently given him a raise
of $500 in salary. There have been 300!


Mrs. J. L. Morgan's trimmer, Miss
Standley, of Boston, Ga., arrived last
week.
Mr. Bobe Dennard has returned after
spending a few weeks in Tampa.
Mrs Rupert McClellan, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. McClellan, left a few days ago to
join her husband at Fort Myers, where
he has located in the practice of den-
tistry.
Prof. F. L. Hulsey made a business
trip to Live Oak last Saturday.
County Superintendent of Schools
O'Hara, of Live Oak, spent last
Wednesday here and in the vicinity
looking after school interests.
Easter services will be held here at
the Methodist church on Sunday, the
11th, conducted by the pastor, Rev. F.
P. Jernigan. The public in general is
cordially invited to attend this and all


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AD styles in all leathers in "Walin Weers News Ndes
ut;" wil not pinch the toes. For A ford Fna a thifty .and
menandchildren, atS. J. White'sShoe tris oled m who live a few
stoa mileseatofthis place. Oneday last
See our misses' and children's spring week he sent his n to Welba with
styles in anklestrap, slipper ties and horse and boggy. The horse was
Ipm patn ttanand black kid atS. L hed mar Mr A. MeI man's
1. White's Shoe Store. hme lot, arund which a great ma
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barton have re- eMLcken A Aic, le yellow
turned from Jacksonville where they h a with a p. t ot eci she would
have been visiting for some time Mr. li t to ay ina F ha's bk She
Barton was taken quite sick whi in few pad seeted h f under the
Jamckoille but is improving. sat Whe theby was rdy to go
acon b 3 he did not da r'l the him; whim newa
NOTICE-we wish to buy hom, however having aid he made
500 to 000 pounds ed t hrsef known. The boy did not under-
c stiad the it",tiw, thingh, and thought
to. Sea olad Cotton Gin- strhd sitwastine, ad ohen he
pin co iw wa s the bow when he
left home. After learning the incident
Mrs. Horry Hair and bright little Alford looked at her henship, and in
daughter, dmonia, left Wednesday for comparing her with other fowls in his
El Paso, Texas, where they will join poultry yard, discovered that none of
Mr. Hair on their way to Carlad, his posessed a top-knot. Thinking
New Mexico. Mr. Wiley Sessions a- perhaps that she came from Welborn,
compared them. They will be away he brought her in last Saturday to as-
some five or six months certain her rightful owner. She was
e E W o t E. identified as belonging in Mr. McLeran's
The Earnest Workers of the M. E lot, and when released, seemed delight-
church will give a bazaar at Barclay & ed to be with her companions once
Groover's drug store, Thursday, April more
8th, beginning at 10 o'clock in the more.
morning. Handkerchiefs, belts, ties, ket d will in a few days open an
collars, shirt waists and candy will be m nat.
sold. The public cordially invited. ev J. A. Hendy, of Jacksonville,
Moody Ruth, of Winchester, Tenn., came over from White Springs Monday
was in the city several days this week. and spent a few hours here en route to
Mr. Ruth was on his way to Lake City Jacksonville.
where he and Mr. Taylor will have A. W. McLeran made a flying busi-
charge of the Blanche hotel These ness trip to Madison, Tuesday.
gentlemen are highly recommended as Mis Sue Hemming is visiting friends
hotel men, and we feel sure the Blanche in Live Oak this week.
will be kept up to its present high Mrs. Walter Pennington was Miss
standard. Annie Hemming's charming guest last
Capt. H. T. Coe, an able sea com- week.
mander, of Routan Bay, Spanish Hon- Miss Blanche Wolfe has returned to
duras, Central America, was the guest her home at Live Oak, after spending
of Arthur Lewin and Jim McGhie severaldays in Welborn.
Tuesday and Wednesday. These gen- Miss Pearl Bell is spending a few
tlemen went to Honduras in Capt. Coe's, days in White Springs, visitmg friends
vessel some months ago and were enter- and relatives. She is accompanied'by
tainted in his home while there, and it her aunt, Mrs. Mary Carver.
was a great pleasure to them to see Miss Waldron, of Watertown, has re-
him again, tmred after a very pleasant visit with
Mrs. W. M. Edwards.


morning and ena encourUgemat w aM
new officers by your presence.
We extend to the youg men of the
city a cordial invitation to visit the
class at any time. We meet every
Sunday morning at .930 at the First
Baptist church. We have a member-
ship of thirty young men and more are
thinking of joining us soon. If you
are not a member of any class in the
city, we would like to have you join us.
P. L TUCKER,
Press Reporter.
Rheumatism.
More than nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism are simply rheumatism
of the muscles, due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism. In such cases no
internal treatment is required. The
free application of Chamberlain's Lini-
ment is all that is needed, and it is cer-
tain to give quick relief. Give it a trial
and see for yourself how quickly it re-
lieves the pain and soreness. The med-
icines usually given internally for rheu-
matism are poisonous or very strong
medicines. They are worse than use-
less in cases of chronic and muscular
rheumatism. For sale by Barclay &
Groover, druggists.
Just received a full line of ladies
White Canvas Oxfords and Pumps.
Harvard's Shoe Store.


U~se Uat*
mty Sta
4wd defits
To my tnsadoud
Live Oak I dwis t
thanks hre te -
on Tuesday. sadidr fNo
canWdiats for cit~ ydo

WANTZID *vttIU
uirrethe seneem oal
c to kxA aftor
ti"OM MW W W eri -
means of rlu -'
fective. pmmtasm
with experes, h
any applcat Mo bVSW
tfcatkoia. tolay $ILI$
cummiluno uplum.
erewe.s, R C. P'rom*us I
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To antnrUdm ar b.% w
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Unusual Values in


Easter


Merchandise


Drop in and take a look at our new gor 1.

invitation is open whether you buy or not

We are in constant communication with the*

ing fashion centers and guarantee our cu
absolutely correct styles in Millinery, I)rhes (,oo

Ribbons, Lace and Embroidery, at lowest pncri

MILLINERY-We are better satisfied to handle a high-cla m**
grade of Millinery at a smaller profit than to displease our cu.t *,nwr M


an unsatisfactory, inferior product of poor workmanship.


the


Mrs. J. CA
jost to.r ilit bor
B ,h irwo ir
uvibe, GL

Tinhemse this week
cuadite for
hoe of rpre tsative.
The school at this place i st
iag up ad doing wellthe ada
being 0 to 6 h6 Itol W rhi e~otd

good Acodiotion ad mch nti im sL- I I
manifested. The schoolwill close May i9 =
14th. NY b us
Baurer am e lC;M m.Omd
The young men's Bmrac Clas of the t *8
Fist Baptist chureh mt Mn oa y me.
ing at the office of CoL Ia J. Carta. Lr m b a3
for the porpome of minanmn oAm s IsuhO
to serve for the next six mtha T he h W
officers noninoted are as folows: _
President, W. B. Williord; vice l, P M" II
president, W. A. Edward; s M rtary,
L A. Crawford; assistant semetary, H. t a b
J. Mays; Leasurer, Jams Harris; M w
sistant treasurer, D. G. Bom; pres M
reporter, P. L Tucker; teacwIra J. i n I_
Carter; assistant teacher, Dr. J. W. ___ Ao __
West. These officers will be elected -"
Sunday morning at the rgplr smi-.
aunual business meeting, and at which 9k l
time the several committees will be ap-
pointed. s*..._ I
Several new plans were sugusted by btI b
the different members, which, if pt 1 -
into operation, will be the e s at "e 4~B
greatly enlarging our class. a
Let every member come out Su iy
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1 le q" *amatic talent that
MtM Mt h~s iw t eay tend to make
d4W Prf m as inl than
aw 6meeal ew facem s will be seen
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ag mwftOe phys Mr. L H. Hardi-
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bI L At tI breakk of the war
"ai ba t eummat in the local mili-
St.. I N OM I 6y; the company is sent to
Ike. It o I ft f e and Horton is soon pro-
i a do mIud to ra nk of captain by his
lte p brer wy ad m rein warfare; during
SML tie tl lhes ho several opportunities
S e t OI h W h tev u Juanita, the Cuban lass
) Yb M who w brecolm a nurse in the U. S.
0i mino my; wh n the war is over and peace
St b dech ld he finds that Juanita is an
fto bhe Aipies heire, and the daughter of
the eoeIadifa he wooed and won her
iM ui- Is U a shi p Cuban lass-what could be
I -I it a m rane nitable ending than for him to
a*e- f t&S. mryher as an American girl?
Sp to be N tet~urSM of part of the cast are now
EM bues b to vewy exhibition at Butler Bros.' clothing
L sare; ask the Butlers for your tickets
0 ^Am prb rt after looking over the cast.
a a 6et d*hovm. B. H. EATON, Secretary.
or m. rI'hrinatiam ('hareh.


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Gilhrit forwarded requitoa ppe
for Mink Moms, nero slayer of ShriW
W. M. Langsto., at noom to Gavefor
Smith and by wire renq ted Gover
Smith to have the prior detained at
Tbomarile. This request waasp ted.
Arrangements are being mde for a
speedy trial Gov. Gilcri having m-
mood Judge B. Palmer of Lake City,
judge of the Third circuit, to hold for
that purpose a special term of court,
to be convened at Tathbaee, Monday,
April 5th.


High School Notes


Prof. Edwards has made his report to
the County School Board for the sixth
school month. He reports an enroll-
ment of 447 pupils an average at-
tendance of 312.
The flag for best percentage of at-
tendance was won by Miss Wertz's
room. Their percentage of attendance
was 93. This room has carried the
banner for best attendance every month
of the year but one.
The school term will continue only
six weeks. Parents should be careful
to keep children in school during these
weeks. The graduating exercises will
be a topic of interest to children and
parents from now on until commence-
ment. The members of the graduating
class are Aubry Evans, Mima Hankins
and Annie Barclay. They will receive
thei. diplomas on the night of May
the 10th.
The Sidney Lanier Literary Society
has decided to give an entertainment at
the close of school to which every one
will be invited. It is the first time the
society has given an entertainment as
a part of the closing exercises of the
schooL We predict a success for it.
On the Honor Roll 6th Month.
High School Department-Mima Han-
kins, Annie Barclay, Alma Bevan, Flos-
Ssie Byrd, Maggie Holmes, Ruby Wil-
liams, Pearl Wilder, Evelyn Conner,
Bessie Bardin, Laura Parnell, Allie
Jean Harris, Annie Belle Lyle Callie
Hankins, Clifford Parnell, Ethel Blume,
SRuth Wolfe, Beatrice Powell.
Miss Wilson's room Elise Haile,
s Bessie Evans, Stella Lewin, Harak
Brown, Walker Helvenston, Sheltoi
Meharg.
Miss Wertz's room-Ri Alston, Lucile
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Sawl for the stae at hre perlumllv cams a. Lee
liumwrqru~pppp~~~~ppp B.W. HIvemnati, F 3. Themuna
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casie pendig in th Circait CA rt. Judic
Circuit at Flrida n and for Sawanm comty.
wherin a J. Bm & Cop ay are th am-
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to the heart of the question before as. life is t
for s besides futile regret and restless log-
I- Wtr I thIe T erse Essentials in Perfect ig

b= Mm Life and Making It Beautiful t

B Mrs. Lurton JSmrith
M tOME has said, The great best or of life is the present
1 Wo ca Y nd a whole system of practical philosophy embetd
I OWM that sLaple remark-t philosophy which will tke was
Mat rah to the heart of the question before us. I life is to
S a a uytthiag for as besides futile regret and restless long-
S3 we mut make it mean that something in the present
e ma t aUke it beaUsteif in the passing hour, and when
st I m y that I believe Le three dse cti esa of a perfecting
S hm life M are simplicity, system and poise, I inten thea
| i 1 tm te Mt of theis pilnu hy In its broadest application. I nltend
|I- e ity. system and poise n the home will ot only make the
M MNl" there, bMt that the results will push beyond the walls
S I WO *w It ad atto the great seething social life outside.
'| mV ay. elloatrol, or ifislag ability-these are some of the
I N *m 0 1 a ttN tm SBepliudty, System and Poise in the home; and
S -~~M Or Mr e not only to perfect home life, but to evolve a
a" U 1 Mt oae rmpp ti the tan t dual?r
I ) 1ty Ii teo sole uim-tenths of the dico clties that now fret
WOW cor W ritay ltfe. Why is it the days are never long
S1 1 -m haMly equal or auttarly unequal to the demands upon us,
Sthe hr VM ptrverbially intense and overstrenuous? Whyn is
tAM Siveadv e In convenience brought about by community
I (Ml Nr ab, eane, lights, public sanitary service, and often heat)
Sb ebal --ar l inventions, why is it that with all this mar-
J- K i .O I M Ne Miad kitc then, and the plantation days of the dear
? ^ 1 t W t i t thrat at of these things, intended to simplify, seem
4 &MNbt M We? Please understand that in asking this question I am
M e-- MptelzAt-ies of modern life, nor sighing for the simplicity of
Ss lb U l SM AM tt unptt, f ra her than the railroad and the water
U M 0 alP Ova from the simple to the complex, a man is a more
U H W -A hem or organism than a fish, society is a more complex
m ra fw U' rgM is than a physical man. The trouble lies not in
d. *bIw b i as r. What we need is not to do away with the conm-
6 h fr thei-not to return to the simpler forms of social and
.-N hb b toa meet the higher, more complex forms with distinct
I "Ml a .Liy standard in which the spirit of simplicity is dom





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h f th the heas plant, the division of the income, the question of
---1 aW SE these Eatters and methods the spirit of simplicity
. i S M a is ad lead us to outline a system. and system will
L aL -N ptaetty. And it over all and through all there be felt poise

Ml ph wll surely operate to elevate the whole atmosphere and
h ias. They will bring about repose, without which the lndi-
f- s fase tlor existence-beauty which educates and inspires
0- "aI ed be of Joy which throws a dazzling light over life."


Sa d




bEnglish Interest in Politics .


By Edward Porritt


IMIPREAD popular interest in politics in England can be
dated at least as far back as the American Revolution. For
W ars than a century this interest was intensified by each
I w agitation for parliamentary reform, and with each ex-
teste of the parliamentary and municipal franchise.
e teasloms of the franchise, of necessity, involved the crea-
tMe o some machinery for parliamentary and municipal
eetions. But the machinery has not become so intricate
Sselaborate as to overshadow the elections, and the
O -- d PrteCplus at aime in parliamentary or municipal contests.
W m ms pgrew up In England, as has long existed in this country.
S M- ta terated class exclusively intent on working the electoral
I-N W. authOr and enormously larger class, much more loosely held
9 0 ith s d i Mtle more than march to the polls to vote for the men
* O Mie ad m ore interested class-really the governing class-
a -s-ated for election. Hence the wholly different meaning of the
M- 1l0r1t1 I this country and in England. In this country my under-
H-4 t ft the word politician is a man who is closely, continuously, and ac-
-- inerM- lan the working of the machine, or who holds an office, or is
* pW mL c edata either for elective or appointive oice. The word has
a wme amrew shnalfcanc in England. It implies a man or woman who is
S m t dto alittcal questions and principles; who is a student of politics
fI 4m wMtdr *reas.-From the Atlantic.


d d 4


-Night

Sy Iamsey Eenson


ITH as much truth as felicity, doubtlts. .M.;:tn speaks of
"the reign of chaos and old night." But that was long ago.
Since then (haos has much'h declintd 1. i-mportance until
now. only for the condition o: the )Derjcira:.r par:y. it would
S aearcely be known.
Night, on the other hand, has stead:Iy zrown m:or, influ.
ential and popular, to the end that in our ti:me i:s raisons
d etre are both many and vital. To inen'ion oily the chief
of these:


The richr.,t wronien frcqiently look best by night.
NotLiag. perhaps, is so satisfactorily turrtd inmo day 'wh.re one has a
"mlon to 1A. a good fellow.


^ w ^s^ ""i--*
Fr -
mr m e me bO,
D .t m* k.ut i h wah you,
Wbew yon ra gu.
Cr ye a lok me the fuce
a I say the sare. ,IJeaot
Whm'll wck those jprAd red,
Andd tbe hmkiher eabrde,
Oh! I Mrr ya wli fWiget
iA the prami you've made:
Wti. aw pa ap.n vour honlur,
AdV bayonet b6 your sie,
You'I he takg some proad lady
And be m ing herw your bride:
Yoau'll he taking somc proud ladv
And be mkiag her your bride.
Or when Ilor leads the way.
You'll be madlr rshinh on.
ever thinking if they kill yo thi:t
My happiness is gone:
If rou wm the dav. perhaps,
A general you'll be.
Tho' 'm prond to thirk of that,
What will become of me?
Oh! if I were Queen of France,
Or still better. Pope of Rome.
I would have no fithtinz men abroad,
No weepin mnuido at home.
All the world shnul be at peace.
Or if kings must show their i :h.t.
Why let them who make the quarrels
Re the only men to tight:
Yes. let them who make the quarrels
Be the only men to tight.
--Charles Jefferies.


leetm It ju
yeo SUaB teB i
' ,ay attensti Te."
to an addre ona
eloquent orator, T
'Hear! Hear!" s immd
and then one of them called:
him up on the table."
"Up with you,' cried tw s *of
strongest boys, as they Mtim d a
and, unable to resist, he wV MS-
to mount the table. With a rimOM
face and something suspldcoely It
tears in his eyes, he faced hlI t*-
mentors.
"I can't, boys," he falteed. I
can't talk to you."
-More shame to you, then. for
spoiling our fun," growled one of the
boys. "Come, you needa't tChl'
we'll let you off. If you won't dria
beer you shall give us some good ra-
son for not drinking it. hat's only
i air. Come, be quick and begia."
Tom Hadden waited a moment.
Once or twice he swallowed hard, as
I he breathed fast. Suddenly he threw
Back his head and straightened himE


self.
"Boys," he said, in a clear vore.
T N W ""I will tell you a story-a true story
E i, -a story that belongs to my owl
life."


BY XAkY nit UARD NOWELL


-~ ~ ~ -


"All right," said Frank Jone
something in Tom's face mad
other boys watch him in silence
-Boys," Tom went on, in a te
pathetic voice, "I knew a little


once who had a beautiful home
It was a bright autumn morning. oe ad home
The fall term of St. Rudolph's School had a kind father and mother
had begun on Wednesday; now it was he ved tellm s w much hat bet
Saturday, and the boys had a long nve tell whch he loedbest
holiday before them. Out on the that little boy's father had
playground Tom Hadden-a new boy been a good man; but oue, wh
who had only arrived the night be- wasn'twell the doctorordered
fore-was standing by himself, and to drink beer, and he began to
looking about with the curious but it, and- Tom's voice was
in, in its emphasis now--he
sober eyes of a boy who felt as if he inb n it emphasis ow-
were in a new world, and who was began to drink stronger things
as yet extremely doubtful as to his there came a time when that
chances for happiness in that world. boy's home was so changed fro
"Hello, Tom Hadden; is that you?" ley pace it oce was t
some one called suddenly. seemed as a f mu e
Tom's gloomy face brightened, and 'hat little boy heard his father
he turned eagerly toward a group of and curse like a maman-a
was mad, for rum made him o-
boys near him. who were talking and was mad forum made
he saw-oh, boys, to his dying
laughing in the manner so expres- he saw-ohi boys to-his dyi
sive at once of good comradeship andhe reme er
much self-importance, that always mother ruck don by d
marks the old boys at the beginning father s a d ad n
of a new school year. Tom knew There was adead sience tn
several of those boys; he had met little room The beer had cease
them curing the summer' vacations, foam,but not a boy had tasted
and their greetings now were so "o To' thii oi
hearty that in a few minutes he quite Boys," Tom s thrilling boicy
forgot that he was that forlorn crea- on, "ha little boy is a large oy
ture, a strange boy in a large school; his a an the
and he gladly accepted an invitation for hs father a mother
dead, and now he has r.o home.
to join his new friends in a tramp dead ndeo he has o hom
over the hills to a village some miles ard it everfo-and no boy
from St. Rudolph's. In high spirits hea's ever forgot the wonder,
they set out; the hills were crossed Toms tone-do you wonder,
and early in the afternoon they that standing by his mother's
reached the village, that boy looked up to Heavye.
"Now for Cruger's," shouted sever- solemnly vowed never while he I
al of the boys, and they led the way to touch or taste the drink tha:
made a madman of his father, r
to a saloon and boisterously pushed maie a madmanof his fath
open the door. his homr, and broken his mot
heart."
Tom held back. He did not lik hear
the appearance of the place. Tom ceased, and for a momen
"What are we going in here for?", Y a bo i red ,
h3 asked. "cu ill let me go, now.
"For a spread, of course." one o said, as he jumped down ro
the boys explained. "They cook -ra high place, and started for the
dinners here; come on and then with one impetuous
To was quite ready for ahe boys gathered around him.
To was quite ready for a; 3 o"Tom," Frank Jones said, "yoi
"spread," and willingly followed the a ,Tom y, Frank Jones said, "yr
boys into a little back room where ero I ou a
the saloon proprietor assured them than a soldier. I am proul of
they would be undisturbed. Their and I would do Jus: like you
w ere in your place. The
dinner of oysters and beefsteak was were i yolr plae The
soon served, and thoroughly enjoyed stopped a new thou'nd had
by the hungry boys; then a desert; hnm He looked around on his
of fruit, cake, and pie was o;rdrd. Bion .
and when the last crumb of the las oy h said ea
cake had disappseareds and tmh w~.ir tha. wilat I wo-jll
cake had disappeared and th'-T waiter ...... _,. _. ... .


had removed the dishes from the
table, Frank Jones, their a:knowl-
edged leader. said ay!v: "'N, fi:-
lows. before we, '-;o, we'll ha'e a 'v-
ing cup."
"A loving cu;l whi's tha'?" T
askd of the Ily nv, ar .' him.
"Yo'i nf','rr't I., afira;] ,i : *.i
won't hurt you; s' o;-: b:,::," K :, .
boy an.w- :rt.
"Beer l a ".' a- an. a:.
Tom pushed ,:a. I.i .".a.:
"Sir stl: ; y ; a:;r
*Jone sail, a:l *: t.;it r
wai'er retur:.d wi'h h-
b. .-, .s.


boys sairt-I 1,l
And hre l r
And a..
An'i d N T :IL


v, but
e the
ce.
pnder,
e boy
. He
, aad
could
Boys,
always
en he
I him
drink
thrill
soon
;aad
; and
little
m the
at it
there.
rave
Ld he
-and
hour
r his
inken

that
ed to
it. or

went
now,
rorld,
both
Do
who
os of
boys,
grave
, anu
I;ved,
: had
uined



r not
i
" hel

door;
rush,

l are
raver

It I
boy,


mie 110
IuIC :O


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i ( ul i, uins place, I had L It'-r
do :--m- in my own pae'
1K rna;s the head m,6s?-r nof St
R.u.doll:~hs was never in his lon4 :',-
mnc;.:a;,,;iivsurprised than bh euS
:~:at cuinS'g, when six of hii '-P'! -t
.1 :Ir o*-t illrlucnrial buys (;j'
ni a,. as ked, tj s:-5 the hV :, t

Ytars have passed sinef' !h:t .". 'n
.rnz, ann to-day ?ho;r --bovs, a- p.*.
!:,- and wid(-' pa:i a.d ':' -. ,&v
r'.-vtar frirgOtea Tor. .


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bar is frMWC '.-
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whea atDor car
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"t Wr ee,'Jn ibw assage
r- ** alO ifmlraad. Was a
"---- a tbturl coPleany
aLs K7"My Wi Pa ht Unele. One
Sby the compsay struck Falls City,
lek At eah performance about fre
pmpgm were needed. Among the sup-
en secured at alls City was a young
follow who had been working on n
railroad construction gang. He told
all his friends that day that he was
to appear with the company that
nalht. When the certain went up
half a dozes young men who knew
him were in the front row. The
Syo\nm super persisted In whispering
to these friends over the footlights.
The stage manager was very much
worried over the actions of the super,
but could not come out before the
foullbts and call him down. At one
Space in the play, when the super
SwWas right up near the footlights, one
Sof h friends, In a loud whisper.
sai d:
S"How you getting' along es an act-
Sr. Bilul
m "Floe, was the reply In a boar*r
wbhisper.
g0 *ola' to be with the show reg'lar?"
n asked the youth In the audience.
S"Don't kaow yet," replied the sup-
imZS0MT .r. after he had taken a big chew on
tobac o out of his mouth. '" aTn't
saw the foreman of the company
about It vet."-T).nver Post.
To Cwe Ring Worm and Skin
IMBUYM, TS Disease.
Varvylile, 8. C.. July 17, 190L
_Mr. J. T. S huptrtie. Savannah, Ga.
4a^^ b e w I Dtr tir:-ll wife used your Tetterin<
fr Riagvorn. also uses It In her family
ees- OMW Wrtt t'heor a It d of skin dleasei. and rs
OW ams thaksl M, a good medicine. There s an
sabaUtate .
&aY ml U Re tse>ctfflly. LR. Dowling.
Tetterme cures Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Wor Ground Itch, Itcilng Piles. lo
Sy t hat's Sr* Head. Pimples. Boils, Roual
Slaky Patches on the ace, Old Itchinl
1.96~~~~ ad dfi T~mm 0&C~v kd-Sl lAi


their


lom
6 ft *"-sm the"
Nowet ay(a lo


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6 60 OWPI ka
oilto"% atmosey.;
PSa -e rit ha


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sCo. a s la Chudren's
Si me mb Treuble t,
I~Dl u troy Worm. At
*k *l mualed Ias.
L O th*Le Boy,.N. T.
Sthe wise sa one hears
M UlM come from the


l e.ea oto t
K that face powder is
Ote or tf it were more
mWe ld be blon

fI wartagl eye have
r lhieas famous salve
Rej. t the offer of
NaOl a drug for your
sr e Balve is a
II dy to be applied
rtm withMot entering
I0 b qywor. Price 25c.
p ece of work was
at a Germas ehblM-
l oet a we:.lxecuted
et eoloaes of differ.
thriving In gei'
Istat.t


ohm-.-.- --.


I,7 IuI-tdIu 1

ra doe 7RSS 3S6.Y
ut d C41&5
v so ofHALL'$
all 4 kmgav.
spa palm 1 m
& S ULSAuaL


Sye Mdo Y"CamnNt
touch with your friends, with th Bi
post oice, or with the cotton bay~
at h nd. If you want to make the'ta
want to protect your home, you can do i
If yu will t c t tho s Mdvthh-
address on te mer g =a mi md t b ~
we will l d you at eas a cepys Id

"How to Build m ural Telphm .
I~ f^This Bulletin explains clearly how a rural tleL ,m
and operated, and it also contain fall iaforalM ts ni .
In a Farmer's MRal Cesm a t 11
i nvestment of Sout 5$S. per osh er. w
a buld as abselately stndd tspem
A Rural Telephone Isan investment, aot -- f
This Book Sent FMe telephone which enables you to sell ten bales of cotta
pound more than the traveling buyer ofers yo, ba pl Mtbs
tire cost If you have some hay down all ready to a go it
something to have a telephone with which to call on Neighbor Smith "for a lift" before the itoa
The Rural Telephone pays for Itself each year and we have brought the init l eat i.wi
reach of every farmer. Present prices are especially favorable and'thousands of Farme'd Mtl Cl
panies are now organizing so as to build their lines this Spring. Write as t4uy.


hikes own
Atlrft aU ?
Dallas SawLou ihs
ladbus e Uvumh


horn eanso


The wM's o"ad m higi Ml.
sph. sacvr. T.erean m
amm~w KhomkTdhph
Sa m nsuh w S wdaon
bod Tdqk1 stl -3


r


mro v I eM *. anx ere m w p. ama-
teas. Cas. Chilblains and every form of
Ila DIMas. Tetterine 4c; Tetterlne
k#sp ti. Tour druggist, or by mail from
the mn tecturet, The Shuptrlne Co.,
w can a fnd
lHow can a friend in need be any


rcli, to one?
lSagers and Speakers use Brown's
kBrechlal Troches for Hoarseness and
Throet Troubles. They give instant relief.
In boxes 25 cents Samples mailed free,
Joha I. Brown & Son. Boston, Mass.
UAhtainl struck the store of Hor-
ace Swan at Georgetowa, Del., and
when Swan recovered from the sock
he found one of his ears had been
scorched until It was brown.
Stiff neck! Doem't amount to much,
but mighty diMgreeable. You've no idea
how quickly a little Hamlins Wizard Oil
wil lubriate the eords and make you
comfortable again.
Many a chap who is called a dare-
devil would be classed as mighty
small potatoes by his Satanic Maj-
esty.


FTOR


SwiM HelpYou FAT OLKS
Cardui is a good medicine-for women. It does Most grateful and coafott I

the work. It is pleasant and harmless to take and a arm bath wit Cuicu
and gentle .nontings with
seems to go to the sick spot and coax crm. This pure, sweet, eco
it back to health. ical treatment brings ikmtm
relief and refshhealth. Ip d
Headache, backache, sideache,- h tortured and disfgued little ms
and rest to tired, fretted motMr f
hundreds of other symptoms of fe- For eczemas, rashes, kd

male trouble-have all been driven irritations and chafint Ote
Soap and CutiCttOa tmmt
away by the use of Cardui. Try it. worththeir weight ingo
.' Sold audvsOwt 5. wi.g

V & I TOWN0s e ... *s:
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PUTN A MF-A DE LSS D YES$
Color mor goods brighter and faster oolor y tha any oter dry Oune o1 package colors all bert They dye In cold wate N r thi s Blm-
an dye any garment without rippig apart. Writu for fee bookWa-flow to uye, Bles and Mtx CoroL. MONOU DI U C LU mI, gl
Ie-n )iII

\~~~~~so sU/ UciBi~n B


MACON, GA., Prepare and Places Students.
Bet Faculty. Methods and Influence. Or students are recognized as tharouhly enmpa.
tent and good positions are assured our graduates. Tone of school in disetpilne and morals
endorsd by clergy of Macon as being elesa and wholesome. Send for eataoIie No. 2.


The woman who holds her own is
the one who knows how to hold her
'ongue.


Pnes Cured In o to 14 Days.
Pao Ointment m guaranteed to cure ay
.,,^ 1*tri,inu Rlind HBieadinorProtrudilt


When pleasure becomes a habit,
Itch cored ia SO minute by Woolfod'
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. At druistt
Man's sphere is baseball.


U'ntTATn r e% cts.


2 MCI IN r


Brooklyn, N. Y.
Addrem the Garfield Tea Co. as above
when writing for free samples of Garheld
Tea, the true remedy for constipation.
Bury all grave thoughts.
MUST BELIEVE IT.

Every Reader Will Concede the Truth
of This Statement.


One who suffers with backache or
any form of kidney trouble wants a
cure, not merely tem-
porary benefit. Rev.
Sof Tome River. N. J.,
makes a statement in
this connection that
is worth attention.
Says he: "I was sud-
denly taken with an
attack of kidney
trouble, had severe
pains in my back
and loins and was
generally run down.
Doctors were not
helping me, so I be-
gan using Doan's
Kidney Pills. They brought me
prompt relief, and as I continued tak-
ing them the pains in my back disap-
peared and the kidneys were restored
to formal condition."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Oleomargarine.


Dictionaries seldom pronounce
words; it is a general case of dodge.
bet use the lexicographers are not
sure of their ground. Nearly every
perasc you meet pronounces oleoma'-
gCrile, that famous artificial butter,
with the "ga" soft. as "ger." The em-
phauit in general is correctly placed
upon the "mar." I said to a butter


N o*a pw


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so a IesfPN
Frav i ysas pK Uv L Oak
doq TWO h~inr SWad~n

t the ndbiw anm.igk oikd Apf
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16 "At the Udm Deowt."
MW favrbl puib frMom aeb-
,b"C toNWh M this pby hah bem
*Vk amais nusto fely premm a
so -t,-binki evmm O A dutil
b, yrd ebem. a v.m giu' w*b4w


4 Soi" 1" j 41 0ft mfegt rewilfurniSh a1a am01
I i /Lmtra &da the ervein.g.
t f B r ouder the ampices of the
.,k Weem'a CbQ MaUM the ess of
s d the play. Proceeds to beued for ci
*-ik B b e mi s l iwoevlent work.

1)W *U- iZltm oerwf a Snday School WC .
at A tdIsw wd Last rday night was the oeeiam
that ths are of a very ejoyibe eveaing when Mr.
E. P. Groover entertained his Sunday
aif h N a the school class at his hospitable home aon
in the foohl hope Ohio avenue. This els consists of
l es o im or ex- quite numberof very bright youwg
i vlkl a l lw tihabe people, and Mr. Groover is jusly pmd
i li~r wicf egxiiats-. of them. Jolly and interesting game
dBi ay, w isb maone were iaDlged in until a lae our wh
-bemse of it k ii- delightful refreshments consisting of
mI p d of m g W ice ceatmS, cake and fruit were served.
tba ti maMim a This part of the entertainment was
'v.r m tr> -i. most enjoyed by the boys. 'Thosepre-
hap g- thir firdent were Harold Brown, Harry Powell
I to b it et with their, GordomGreen, Fred York, Nortimer
Ai* i fnad kilL- Every- Brown, James Cori Bryant Mehar,
%ai lDt # $oth has its Seln. Meharg, Eugene Armstrng,
|p aih4nasduL rfioB; not Job BHldreth, Brown Byrd, Melvi
m a ai imy general Wright, George Rickerson, more l-
ii ai sense of valn len, Curtis Dowling, C. E. Groover,
ls -whiM b started over Mary Bothwell and Thelma Cassia
jd would naturally The guests departed voting Mr. Groo-
jr ta ble fight, f the ver the best Sunday school teacher and
M t ared-frequently the finest entertainer in Live Oak and
SIpwls1tmwl shooting simply hoping that the entertainment would
e Iarla- happen to have be repeated at an early date.
Saib'- lr eldad by our corres- Dr. E. H. Armstrong, eye specialist,
b illA e category alto- of Jacksonvlle, will be in the city at
ii ]t is thepoper place of the Suwannee hotel, on his regular
hd a oo &iml- se its pres- visit, April 8th. Don't forget the date.
,nllt d itisto be us red
" ....-dbl a I%-t- ateddense-but Notice of Garnishment.
fdou hfor uich lr- In the Circuit Cout of the Third Judical Circuit.
Stat at Florida-C. 0. Bivwr, Plaintiff. vs.
L tob Mi6 ted of ne- Adkis Biwer Maon Co., Deftdants.; Dow-
^ mi mshoid deethati -coma. 4
b w k W eUbom ,ad thal t kli ToAdkins. Biwera mmTCo..DefeMdutas.
mmmman w w.m Im aotdrbm itvawycoirn: You ae imbby
N adMakmw hbow to uaeit ano tt aWwritdomf biahlmeawnth bs i..
in tOw Obwe em and that Your wropety in Ow
(oft'a Bia dls e. What our cor-, handatoliizw Lumber Comaay beespn ar.
ll'mthe -ee -- si'....ty for t m d that unl you P before mi .
w is. u n a rt at a e ly eor Woor etoIt7t dayorLJuinAe.A 1. t ,
h tl(MB way 6, unfortunately, judgt byrdefault wl be entrd a
c~ t i a-y ptn of the n i __ C. 0i UiptBi
nab 6111 M f .h Xth6 M


b ;o :11
-Q,


client was wholly innocent of the crime
alleged--but a to no purpose.
"We examined the buildings, which
seem well adapted to the purpose. The
sleeping room had an-b hm nee of pure
air and was finished with iron beds-
one for each inmate-with a sufficiency
of covering. We learned that the man-
q emet furnished each man with a
clean nightshirt to sleep in. Facilities
for bathing all over once a week- were
provided. Everything seemed clean,
aa though they bd been looking for
the inspector, who is due every mouth,
but who, like the proverbial traveler,
is liable to come at any hour of the day
o night.
'"There are about forty prisoners in
the camp-all negroes. Their terms of


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dlmr. rhe mm ramdimb lo ated
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mtimbwit hitsAbe pap*aed id am
TfiwM etgro dm of onmue sbd ape
frmit Ith e asep woods -mgpd m-
lmft -oatr tem JR Use end t
mWlme ad mmi*, thes eCoviets em
to fi&ari
"The atoddls Wi odnt o the ym-
omalpa& iqbb ke well of Walte Ko
hoe the aotmr attne, wheo protd
out. Two th her disti neshrd i-
isehaml ed fOne vMul npaokid pef-



fep the moe of Editor itee anmed of
Senator Tom th e W.he latte had
W* eum amdinqy dot p meiwas fum
Marine island oke well ofWiltorKe-





aidersti of a monetary nature) to
convince a hardheaded jury that his


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Taking Efet SUNDAY, MAM


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A Farm for $10


IN THE


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OF COLORADO



STIP TO WMIN[ LAND


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

10 to 1,000 Acres per Farm


AT S200- EACH


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

We want a reliable and energetic man in every
town to form clubs of 15 prospective purchasers.
w- *- g ..... i -_ -I _.-2 .i I ._- t'D''


-service range from one year to life. ;; a;ma v.-.....-.-.... -
e '-t-,1006a n Won... ................. .
They are all prisoners of hope, expect- "l w .. ~a
ing a pardon from that great board at O a U C -1 -. .. ......o.w....fL-* .
11..anm 3pmlv..
Tallahassee, whose reputation for 11i a I $ L im .. ----..
'turning loose' has become known; ; 11 I pal a
a o O -L..... ...
throughout the reign of crimedom, from 11" 7 m S L ....... .Lv..
the Atlantic to the Pacific. ...... .
"We noticed no shackles on the men. LUrMV Iii .a..Oh
We saw them coming in from the Between iaiB amdI WarI
woods, all free but in ine and covered w
by guards with loaded, repeating guns. Bom .
One fellow had been laid up with some 8 2 1- :-
bowel complaint, but he was able to "
eat. In view of two escapes from AItm B DOD
trusted sick (?) men, the guards placed B1twem Ma Mo d ASL.
handcuffs oa this victim of cireum- I |
stances. We were informed that they 10 06 mL ......
sleep without shackles, but always un- I -- S .. v i..
der the range of the gun of the night Train dsaM reb edu to am et iS aktm aw i
guard, whom they must notify before' T. p. LAit... madreIMd ri m
moving or turning over during the' iY0(08. Ula.
Night. During Sunday or holiday all
have the privilege of the small grounds V 1 A 1!
within the high plank wall surrounding L V OAK, PE KY & (
Sthe buildings. Mounted on a watch
tower at each corner is a guard, whose RAILROAD (X0 PAWNT
quick eye and ready gun cover the en- Tie Mineral Springs Roule
S tire squaad. W &- o,,
A "The supper consisted of meat, beans ~ prt WT D D I ..
Sand rice in a pan, and one or more big ,mLd and Pai Pam "
pieces of corn bread. They are allowed 7 P3s 9S4 C EDt O 1 E
fresh meat twiee a week, and have a P.MJAM P. M E 1 A.M
good garden to get vegetables from Duiiyox Sunday New ,
as far as drouth will allow. So far as' T LATION
Lve Lye Lye
we could learn the food is sufficient and -
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Easter will


soon


and it is time you were beginning
supply of Spring Clothing. We hi
our store one of the finest and m(
ever shown in this city. We have
rics in all styles, both single and
from $10 to $25. Our line of $10
ever shown for the money. Ask t


be


here,


to lay in your
ave on display at1
)st complete lines
all the latest fab-
double breasted,
suits is the best


;o see them when


in our store.
We are now carrying the celebrated "Nufanzl" Trousers, which in-
cludes all the latest patterns, in both pants goods and suit goods. It will be
wise for you to inspect this line before purchasing elsewhere.
Our line of Walk-Over Shoes is the bast and most complete we have
ever had. They need no introduction to the public. They are known the
world over to be the best shoe for the money that was ever put on the market
We have a big line of Spring Hats, both felt and straws, in all the very
latest styles, for both the young and old.


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s% b d P11kb th~ueeraneed
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CO E TO Stt US. It's a v \IV
plnur to show you whether u
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FitST TIME IN ALACHI'A
WV laI Gets Death Penalty for
Murder.
lv File, Fla, March 29.-For the
M ine the history of Alachua
Sas far as can be learned, a
l r, R. H. Owen, has been
llpsty of murder in the first de-
-Mt a recommendation to
l meas the death penalty.

6t bH e rime of taking
Ik tIt it s ow bedered
S t a precedent which
ei h wed whea justice
soa he a atendency to
f tw crime Wi this

im~ im Jsaryam of
..bIr thw e ar of
l e wife a girl of


b kwr rU wau in-
plm )rod -
Ibf em prm at the
4NGWW asI rr~dsy &W
o a I Fri. fer n
~P~rwrin meww a jury
ow m Mnd empan
Y u. mh, J.


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.bid gtive bafcct
Oft bA of the bcs


Tench, A. J. DaCosta, L. J. Burkhim, Sl0'(iHT RO(SEVELT'S LIFE. ('CI1R'll OF ST. IKE.
W. D. Fagan, E. L. Cushman, W. R.
Eddins, S. B. Cheves and August Hut No Harm I)one and Assailant Services for Holly Week. Live Oak.
Wenske. in lrons. Florida.
The case was stubbornly contested, London, March 29.-A dispatch from April 4th Palm Sunday a.m.
April 4th Palm Sunjav. II a. m.
but the evidence was against the de- Horta, Azores, says an attempt wasand 7:30 p. m.
fendant. The case was submitted with- made on the life of ex-President Roose- April 5th-Monday, 4 p.m.
out argument, and when the jury re- velt aboard the steamship Hamburg, April th-Tuesday, 4 p. m.
tired it required only a short time to which arrived there at noon today. The April th-Wednesday, p. m
return a verdict of guilty of murder in attempt was frustrated and the would- April 8th-- Thursdayaunday Thur-
the first degree, as above stated. The be assassin placed in irons. l Ty
prisoner did not show any emotion, but Col. Roosevelt is in excellent health 11:30 at night Solemn vice
11:3) at night, Solemn Service.
his wife, who was seated by his side and was enthusiastically received on 12:00 midnight, Holy Eucharist.
with the child in her embrace, seemed the arrival of the steamship. Kermiti 12:0 midni, Holy Eucrist.
: April 9th Friday (Good Friday).
visibly affected. Roosevelt went ashore and indulged in 10:30 a. m.
Owing to the youth of the wife, to- some shooting. He also collected some .
8:00 p. m.
gether with the fact that she was the specimens. April 11th-Easter Day.
mother of a young child, a severance ,
m the caf was granted and thewoman Horta, Fayal, Azores, March 29.-The 7:30 a. m. Early Celebration.
hu been releasedfrom custody, a- steamer Hamburg, with Theodore 10:30 a. m. Service and Celebra-i
tough the charge as per the indictment Roosevelt and the members of his party tion.
s still hanging ver her. on board, put in here today to leave 7:30 p.m. Evening Service.
is still hanging over her. the mails. The addresses will be by the Ven.
A Baby Show in ive Oak A. De Freitas, the governor of Horta, Archdeacon Curtis Grubb and the Rev.
A how in ive ak came out to the Hamburg and wel- J. E. Carteret. rector.
I would have many contestants, but it's comed Mr. Roosevelt, after which the
safe to say that the healthiest baby members of the Roosevelt party were Hundreds of Suwannee county peo-
would win the prize. No baby can be taken ashore by the governor and ple are using Blackman's Medicated
healthy who suffers from worms and d-iven through the town. There was Salt Brick for their stock. Ask your
moat babies do unless they are kept no official reception. neighbor what he thinks of it. The
I free from them with White's Cream Mr. Roosevelt attended a dance on Hair Hardware Co.
r Vermifuge. Acts quickly, yet mildly- board the Hamburg Saturday evening.
Sis its own purgative. Mothers, don't He did not dance, but his son Kermit
attempt to raise children without took part in the entertainment and
White's Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 danced with several of the young ladies
cents. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. on board$ l
i--- --- 1 All of the members of the Roosevelt nt
aBa tta'titni snitti-----uu------ party are well.
"I The Hamburg left here this afternoon
O for Gbraltar by way of Ponta Delgarda. In W TOW IIl
f Ies" on the island of San Miguel.
es i For .bEminent Authorities Sary ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS in cash
l...... ,u Say .the name which in the opinion of a com
..... S.Z that outdoor exercise is needed by the t
the most suitable for out town.
American people. That's all very well,
athiaction. Light running, L but, how can people with rheumatism His Honor, the Mayor
t seasoned material and PFe- I follow that advice! The answer is very ill appoint a committee to select
., S ASO__, .... ,,_pe ,,e,_, o .. :_ ... r will appoint a committee to select 't


IBulletin of the NethdiAt I'bert
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 1) p. m.
Sunday-school 9-30 a. nm.
Senior League, Monday 7:30 p. m.
Junior League 2:30 p. m.
Mid week Prayer Meeting, Wedm-
lay 7:30 p. m.
Woman's Home Miion Society,
first Monday in the month at 3 p. a.
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society,
irst Thursday in the month at 3 p. m.
Board of Stewards meets first Tus-
day in the month at 730 p. m. Do you
keep your assessments paid? See I
Cor. 162.
Each member of the church should
attend the services regularly, unless
providentally hindered. Think on this
often: What would my church be if
all of its members were just like Mx?
Again think what Christ says: "What
could my church do if all of its members
were like You?"
R. V. ATKISSON, Pastor.
FOR SALE- No. 7 Fay-Sholes Type-
writer practically new at bargain-see
me before you buy. Address Western
Union telegraph office. C. Griffin.



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't- me rptd situated in S1owm- C.a nrfa Sr.m d km., ,

1awm TU id d abei u-ed rat wCin-" Sdbe fuef' ae r Nt? 6
the 6 0of theo iunCe of hertifi- .a*r d. rte-sobt af brik.fartt ra nr 574 mle IT Se
at da Uthe ame of Unknown. Un- tMoi. L er1l n__ee atf r15 G
m id ertificate silld be redeead ameCL a. 1 .i &.
mgdeg A,- eOrdI Ato law taxdeed will nsue dw- mt UGELBm Nl dtr a S3I wMi d-I aiL
a- 4 lklk Arft uA. D. the 12th of April, A. D., SgethL r. d the mrp nti. n *r der A. aD.. ti l
4 s9. Lea m 3d 8w. 1, Ts3-StRs Uss 40 ir is s a as mad
aIsTW at W mm@ntiW ^mbmm *Sj 08,0000ft t m a s ibi- s -m
ISi. Witness my oidal rean m.a: a n. a rtie i., .e dm- m 's.i a .i! _.
Ah S eal this the 0th day of o ue A. td.d Li Oaks h as 1u dS 6W
usins isn ttmomU d Unolana. UI-mlvm a a~ T
iNotice f application for Tax rae 1a BRYSON, A d erl ft t r a

t WE brfi ti tlTaxddral Netud = ss Biin ao bea TNosteMd dabieasaes a L M Ado t A. LmP
ll --l mL. t bdw 575, Ger neracl C Statutes of Floridn shthaebi h i"-ntoI kam g I,.. .. ., 3 T .
W AiPI, d a e t t, 'a @ ofadD t r Dr.deb rn, ..Ld h t i a htM aDw. t DiIu
NoiTee is hereby given that A.4 L. ao.i t Cf= dmfror hte ba ,.a
-w tht W1 Bryson, baser of Tax Certitcte h *m teon dda he A om Imr T Dd ..
A i =Tu C D Mt No. 233, dtede the day of Jun d e A. sr m omrs moi, Samuc Ntoath c I dsteEva r Tw b
W -T-O D ., IW.mJ BR YSON ini aid lmoMbtieia Uniu. U|o |B

M U o J A. A., 190, has ited said certificate in my i. = tev mm r n"at aW ..oAr Ue tr14 and 3 S o ,
SM ~atU iLm aN otse, and has made application for tax ie mpmArn Ptoa diauae m d- ei arat e f ImridW.


310t fi dcriberyiutedhin Sowae Atio a .mearga al&1tday of M ch s A. D.. ad
UNotice is hereby given that A. L ID WWWO rag Oi qewthe momemtrwt C0.. C .V. 3y 9WW 0





-WN i Salta Byolety, rchasetoit o f STax Certificte bdm.w ta o.da ir l gthe am andt ain my .
TIS d: a a side T o, 11 Eas 8l oacr Te IanL To seTe ned iin iwts 8r B *e*.*. h 6Bee*
S1 Cu m Nkid d Nio a2,e t ed at the dJe A of .mmyoeoa. at oad be Ton d ,,a ; to Dl emd m hIur a e m D
hI o Jum A.A-., 19 h ofi dsaidcertificateinthmy istorinmthe mm u wmt.booruei otr- 8 N1 A Ii tiS4 a 3' k sm


bm I deed t o ue inku tnc tcertiacate in thea o m iab Uw f. W. um54 md 57 o~ rse&
Sc e, ad ha s Uq madw e a-n. Unleat s aid evdrt onmcid a a %Oid esb-e- lthatmHA.es L btse d. w
Sw. Sgcertificate redeemmeds aecord dwing to anvmmasof o sdmwd mbardm eAL
M t day of April Ak Db.,t 1909. uer-, ..a b seea. JL e uam t d ad T- L .
a d tro A. Witsae my orsei sith lw and ....a, 4Sh de hois b barely gives A.L r
alo this the 3rd day of property tuated n A.D., Sw I2. Their a ah. d b m Iday J A. D.W a
24 T S aied Wa. J. 1. BRYSON, ma.R 11 East 80acreThemwors r sisEthdeoA1mda on ". .r h
I 4Io at d omtwtdbe omictdwith; toiaia Strn m e tnh t ow&.


14 Km U sad= id" b _i OWN_. in


S im s th &, y of AprilA. D.,19M. uu 1 by ese" aa""I*dayd .riLIm
&Aof Aprl A. Witesmy official sigature and mdtEA aU d



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1St.U athet_ L! ka he s M sadas L i
s 114 abd Notice is hereby g tg f*4a k 610r diVIEW 41L. m me .
E IC awe. .-~- t rida Brysm purchaser T tidIe T2 to ae hloild ON
No., dated thIMday A._ .S.--- A

b eA d f, A. dred to WW sae in t f we SasL Nr
ON se& t i aM Said erti8cate uioiraces the e *f s
S r deed o p ud in--..-
w nae county, rionda, to-wit: 0 a acres 1, .1dbb use e ,--. .,I, *A u..adi ut 0 "
WO--M ts l northwest fourthof northeast fourth, sad te ss -d apwip at1r that fT dmhm itIi'1 sawd .m I
Bdw|I action 25, township 3 south, range 13 theallr MiU A w k ym ate e add- e te.a ~, mt tti ndu thdti m l0u
wHt: NWi oft st, 30acres. The said lad being as- t. l ba S l sh S.
T. T 3 athk 15 seined at the date of the issuance of Sectiont A lf Mid director ad ofen rs.. t
Gu ThU sawM sd be uch certificate in the name of Jas. Uba ehro arm the to holde of Ma Sal. p
rt4 rt. of ee ieseMce o MandreU Unless said certificate shall teO at the IIIannual if Of the aM r A M .
stakkmlders to be beld in theCitytL of Li"O04 on Not"i bh*y ermb lh al vgg ah
th os se of D. W. be redeemed according to law, tax deed th ad Tu r hesaof m e to f .ab un N ode e n d ba"e v mandehr 0e N
sa r id er ate shall be will issue thereon on the 19th day of the next annl eactiom and until their ma on the1thday otf Fabry A. D.. m or _t O tW* 4
sA tp kiw, tax deed Aril, A. D., 1909. sare eeetod ad oquaMl th dmeton shall BorabB. BH Paher, Judo of thew Celt
Sth day of Witness my official signature and be: W. L Tedder, J. C. Crawley. A. Lee BHu Court f the id Ludicial Crcit F Nrida ad 0I ha 0b 4 -&
witness offic ial signature an seal B and as a of e for Swane nty, i a rtin
A.. b. I W Witres my offi- this the 16t day of March, A. D., uak. Florida ad until the next annual election the awrys aide d rsi camrt o11ur
ad s this the23rd day 1909. J. W. BRYSON, *e Uk'5^ ^ elan a dand b until Otheir s amc elected a kBk ae a m aorg d
fily1909. JYfed.W. L Tedder, of LiveOak. Florida L bhallwb the asof tm Sta a ,d. l i_410
A. D., 1 S. Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county, president; J. C. rawly. of Live Florida aiadat ai tn a d Ln we, -, i One A
J. W. BRYSON, Florida. sha be vice-presideamt; ad A. Lee Huphreya, Mar" an defemd"nI, tI wi1on mhe 4W 4 .oa
Cf40r CArt Sueannee tCounty, of Live O. Florida shall be secretary ad treu- Apri A. D.. 190L tlhe am hei a ilal mil
urer. Theduties oftheBoard of Diretos and day during thelealhuuof aa in brn t the (w c 0
Notice of Application for Tax ld heofie oftheorportio sha e preribed eournth oarid ous d r ml
I'ader Sectioik 574 and 575. G(en- by the by laws of the corporation.. U to thest bHider for ch th tunhe Atre f itb
e e. A i fr Tax Deed eral Statutes of Florida. AwrcLz 6. cescribed kads ituated in Suwannum ot ty.
5 14 6 ad 575, Gen. Notice is hereby given that Walter Limit of indebtednit of bFlrid t o c witL; ,oC m a
SFt a* J. Bryson purchaser of Tax Certificate Section 1. The highest amount of indebtedness tothe city of Live Oak. Florida. in stmC s a,.
l inte hb given that A. L No. 331, dated the 1st day of June A. or ,uiabity o w hih the eorpot o m atany township 2, south, rae least M I ,
of T Certificate D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my ACLub7. special sMaster anChae not exced ry.
t e It day of June A. office, and has made application for tax The names and residences of the subscribing i L E. Roberon0.
Sf k 1 said certificate in my deed to issue in accordance with law. incorporators, and the number of shares subecrib- Sohitor for complainant. m M4 P
d mh a ppAistio for tax Said certificate embraces the following ed for by eachS. WI tr aiM
i Section 1. The name, places of residence. and Notie.
to b c d ibe with law. described pro rt situated in Suwan- te numberof shares bheld by each subscribing in-rcuit Court, third Judiia Circuit of Flr. p
hrscm the following nee county, 1o rd, to-wit: SEk of SW corporator are asfolows, to-it: ida, in and for Suwannee county, in Chaey. amed of mbt
st---k-_ ted in Suwan- I Sec. 25, T3 South, R 13 East. 40 J.C. Crawley. Live Oak. Florida. veshamre. S. J. Formy Duval. complainant. vaL Temp
m ri t wit: SWiof N acres. The said land being assessed John .Cla, Live k, Flrida. fiv* shes.. late .this defendant, Forecldure of Mon. O fa 1
Se. 4, T 3 South, R 15 East, 40 at the date of the issuance of such cer- W. L Tedder. Live Oak, Forida, twenty shares ToTempe Slate MathiaNew York. New York.'a W
m Tw mid lad beir assessed at tificate in the name of unknown. Un- A. Lee Humphreys. Live Oak. Florida. six Grmutiag: c of tW
.d athet minm ce of uch certifi- less said certificate shall be redeemed vi. Live Oa You are hereby n hsasd and required to
s i as m eof D. W. Brown. Un- according to law, tax deed will issue J. C. CRAWLEY. yd ou a or before Moamy. trhei St yo -
o e rMiate shal beredeemed ac- thereon on the 19th day of April, A. JOHN F. CLARK. April. 190e. ost r thew aIise aons 'id sf W i i
H. H. BROWN. wil bt ke u mmd bl yo Y I m or a hl
Staw, tax deed will issue D., 1909. W. L TEDDER. It is further oadms that this order be pt a
This the 16th day of March, A. D., S;. H DAVIS. 'Suwaumn Democrat a inewsapr Dpub i., to 1 I
m of-ial signature and seal 1909. J. W. BRYSON, Suwannee county id county ad State.
Suwan nnty. e h e dThis MeebruaDy 18, 1ap. byB clAm W
t t Z 'day of March A, D., 1909. Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county. Bfor me persoally came J. C. Crawley. and J. W. BRYSON.
J. W. BRYSON, Florida. John F. Clark. and H. H. Brown, and W. L Ted- (SEAL.) Clerk Circuit Court.
.... Circuit Court uwnneeO --- ---- der, and A. Lee Humphreys, and G. H. Davis, to Humphreys& Harrell
SS c Notitc of Application for Tax l\eed me well known and known to me as the persons Solicitors for complainant. i a an Wl m t I m
'der ktio 5 ad e7S, Ge- described inland who subscribed to and executed
nder Sections 5a 4 and 575. te- the foregoin article for proposed charter. Su- Notk for Pblicatio.. o of th" It t
att o 6a A atima for Tax Deed eral Statutes of Florida. wannee Land Improvement Company, and who Ut oria or r
heverly J m acknowledged before me thattey ex- Department of the Interior. U. &. Land Ogce at disord"d b rW 1 e
I'meif ( o m 574 ad 575, G.en. Notice is hereby given that Walter J. ecutet s ame or the uses andpurpose therein Gainesville. Florida, February 2. 1Ma aa rt i beto l
l NWttd of FlorIla. Bryson purchaser of Tax Certificate expressed. In witness whereof. I have hereunto Notice ui hereby iven that Samue LoAt..
Sis hereby hat A. L No. 28, dated the 1st day of June, A. met my hand and icial seal at Live Oak. Su- LiveOak. Florida. who, om May u1. ma m~ b lu eoretar1w r e aW
Si breby given that A. L. annee county. Florida. this the 10th day of March Hon stead Entry. No. 31 17. (Sermal Numb
remL hrr of Ta Certificate D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my 1909. 0912) for NE', of SW. section 2, tow%"ho 2 < p(ros
I 1 SLd the 1st day of June, A. office, and has made application for tax J. F HARRELL. Notar Public. wath, range12 Oeast Talhab Meritdian, ha rd'l Hard s e 4 w .
.. In Sha Id a id S ertificate in my deed to issue in accordance with law. My om s ,on expires July 10, 111. riled notice of intention to make fnal kw ae ar
hafo Said certificate embraces the following roof. to establish claim to the land bea d stip~tr dympm a
Wad has made application for tax Said certificate embraces the wing Notice. -ribed. before the clerk of the circuit court. a t
a te us in accordance with law. described property situated in Suwan- I.ive Oak. Florida on the 10th day of April. lcou
S grtifite embraces the following nde county, Florida, to-wit: Nw Lnder and b) virtue of a final decree, made and Claimant names a witness: ah nd be (r
Sin Suwan-of SW of action towns.ip 5 entered by the Honorable B. H. Palmer. Judge of William Gale. of Live Oak. Florida.
dared property situs ed in Suwan- of S o ction 33, twns.lp the circuit court. Third Judicial circuit of Florida. Dave Johnson, n Dr 'Co
me m ty, Florida, towit: Sj of south, range 15 east, 40 acres. The in and for Suwannee county, in the case of E. J. William Walker' "
SW, oeti 30, township 3 south,i said land being assessed at the date of slume & company v. Cornelia Allen. et al.offore. James Medlock. .
I w hi s he issuance of such certificate in the closure and sale.I will., on the Ist Monday in HENRY CHUB .L
rap east. The said land being as- the issuance of such certificate in the April. A. D.. 1909. in front of the court-house Ed. fee paid. Rput
Mswd atrh date of the issuance of name of unknown. Unless said certifi- door, in Live Oak. Florida. between the legal -
swek cr to in the name of Horace cate shall be redeemed according to law, hour of sale. sell at public auction, to the highest Notice.
. Unless said certificate shall tx deed ill issue thereon on the 19th described property, to-wit: Under and by virtue of a fina degree of
ked Iaccording to law, tax deed ay of April, A. D., 1909. The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter closure and sale made and entered by the B .I e
il thereon on the 26th day of Witness my official signature and and north half of southeast quarter of the south- able Bascomn. Palmer. Judge of the ad Judial
IwW WW there on on o th th 16th dtah .. archf A wett quarter, in ection twenty-six in township circuit court of the State of Floridsa a r W t
A161 A. D., 1909. seats the h u ah two, south of range fourteen east,containing county of Suwannee in that oertaiam wna wI e b
Witaes y oficialsignature and seal D., 1909. J. W. BRYSON. sixty sere more or es. lying and being situate William S. Hodge is complainant aWd $@a Le U.
rth ddy oif March, A. D., 1909. Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county in suwae county. Florida. Aeo one bay coli et al are defendant wherein tLe ma J
the Wr& day 0of Marc A.D., 1909.:. ored pony ma about ten years old named Daisy. was nominated and aopiatead special meor le
J. W. BRYSON, Florida. one gray colored horse about ten year od. execute aid decra I will oa ton t MhieA to a
SCirit C rt Suannee county, ot for l to. w all craps of corn. cotton. Pea& pinders, pota- April A. D.. 19W. between th al knrf a r
circuit Court Suwannee ontyNotice for Publication. toorany other erop. 1. o ar my family or hired in front of court-ausder in Seanee .
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