Title: Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00554
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: April 9, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00554
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACE4563
oclc - 33273856
alephbibnum - 000398954
lccn - sn 95026787
 Related Items
Other version: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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VOL. Ill I

Spring an Summer Dress Goods

In all the Beauty of the Brightest and Best Styles
I -

WHATEVER your inclinations in the matter of Spring and Summer goods may be,
1 1 1 1 11 1 1 i if

can interest you.


Our large new stock.includes all the new and novel effects and the

latest fashions in their many tints and tones, all of rich, pleasing effects, and none objectionable.

Silks of all kinds and new colors,


Ityta in Wool Dress Goods, White Jap Silks,

M writed Linens, Nainsook, Lawn, etc.
Whb Goods.


French Lawn,

Beautiful line of

Neckwear, Notions, &c
Our new and pretty line of Collars, Ties and Cuffs mt be
seen to be appreciated. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Parak,
Laces, Embroidery, Edging and Insertions in all widths. Lots
of the latest style things for trimming waists and drees, and
the daintiest designs for lining children's dresses.

Ladies' and Children



We doubt if counterparts in point of style, excellent of fit, economy m price are obtainable anywhere in Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Shoes in all styles and leathers-dainty Ankle Ties with hand turned soles, quarter lining-Black, Vici Kid, Pat-
eat Kid, Tan, Calf Skins and all new colorings, in all styles and sizes.





as you're ready

of a Spring

to take up the


you'll find

us ready with a great line


SHart Schaffner& Marx

fine goods.

You can



idea about

suit-style that's on

your mind, and we'll

match it here with a smart, snappy model
S. from these best makers in the world.

You won't have any

real idea of the

excellence of

in and


our showing
new models,




new colorings


new weaves;


blue and black


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PAG NTWO TOM wu1w~-m -

Scored wood piled between the fnram
and the offices of the Tilgh n ashaie
mll and for awhile it 1= t6ogt
that the biding was domed, as a
brisk wind was blowing toward it Had
__, it not been for the effective service of
the firemen and an mbu.hv of water, I
The potato growers at Hastings have The Evergades drainage outfit has the chances are that may oand
ueted a three-story brick building to recently been augmented by the co-dolar' wor of y would hav
e uaed a a bank, exchange and office pletion of the two dredges Miami and gone up in smoke. It will require some
fr the Board of Trade The potato Calooahatchee. The first will work to repair the damage, so Patka,
ioy at Hastings has grown to great from the Miami river and the other up in the meantime will be in darkness.
prpirtim. The growers expect to the river for which it is named. TheThe loss is doubtless covered by insur-
-ip 125,00 barred this season. arrival of the latter dredge at Fort ance.
Myers was the occasion for a demon-
The Jacksoville S. P. C. A. is do- station just as the arrival of the "The Devil's Dream" is the name of
g good work for the care of hack Miami was at that city. The people a boat-autmobile now being built in
hbseL Through the influence of the who have been opposed to the reelama- this city for the express purpose of
anization the city has placed drink- tion idea are being won over appar- crawling and swimming across the
iag hydrants at seven of the princial ently. There are now four big dredges Everglades of Florida. Mr. John Buck-
cormae and has distributed 250 buckets at work in the territory. ley, formerly of Boston, Mass, who
free of cost to hackmen and draymen. operates a little repair shop at 1211,

Dural county is to have an election
May 11 to decide whether the county
shall issue SL000,000 of bonds for the
purpose of building good roads. If the
ime is approved it will mean that
Duval will do its share toward com-
pleting the road between Fernandina
and Jacksonville.
Charlie P. Johnson, who was exon-
erated by the coroner's jury for the
killing of John McFail a short time
ao, was indicted by the grand jury for
murder in the first degree and is now

An old soldiers' colony is to be es-
tablished near Kissimmee, and 6.0)JO
acres of land have been purchased for
that purpose. The undertaking is al-
ready an assured success. Twelve
years ago a similar move was made at
Fitzgerald, Ga., and now that place
has between 15,~Mi) and "2,i inhabi-
tants. The undertaking in Florida
should prove as big a success as it did
at Fitzgerald, for certainly the oppor-
tunities here for the old soldiers from
the north to succeed are much better
than in Georgia, with an incomparable




C.D. O-.-





Avenue C is the designer and builder S
of this peculiar motor concern, and S
within a few days he expects to give 5
the machine a trial. The craft will be
ready to be launched within a few days,
when preliminary trips will be made -
into the Everglades. After the condi- S
tions in the 'Glades are thoroughly un-
derstood and the boat tftted to over-
come obstacles of all kinds, a start
wiii be made by Mr. Buckley in his
Devil's Dream for a general search of
the Florida Everglades.-Miami Me-

coaimea m e county jai, um ca. climate ana a ertlie sol lr IruitS, R. P Williams, the owner f the tur-
og et for the next term of court next vegetables and farming. -DeLand Rec- petine camp at which Sheriff Lang-
fall --Perry Herald. ord ton was so brutally murdered, attri-

Quincy is to have a new fire system. United States Deputy B F. Dawkinsbtes thewhole unfortate affair to
The Gamewell system of alarm will be arrived in Gainesville last Saturday the use of blind tiger whis stalled The department will have from Newberry with Mason Warren, a the negroes of his camp had in some
t!ee paid men, a chief and two fire- middle-aged white man, that he ar- way managed to obtain. He says that
ordinarily there is not a more law-abid-
veL There will be two horses, a rested in the counterfeiting case. It ordinarily t ereonnota ore law-abid-
wagon, a thousand feet of hose and will be remembered that some time ago i set of nroes in Florda. He has
two chemical engines and other neces-, two brothers, J. J. and Simeon Knigh- made conidants and trustees of many
sary equipment for fighting fire. ton, were arrested near Newberrv for of them,and has never yet had one to
counterfeiting and Warren makes the betray his trust unless he had pre-
In the Lnited States court yesterday third of what is alleged to be the gang. vously thaed up on this foul stud Mr
J. S. Melvin, formerly postmaster at Several of the merchants in the West Wiliams says :hat on the day prior to
Millville. was sentenced to serve six End were caught by the money. and it the killing two white men were in his
months in the Walton county jail and is said that it wouid be hard foranyone camp with a wagon, and it .- the pre-
pay a fine of $250 for using the mails to detect it from the genuine. There 'sumptio that from these tre negrues
in furtherance ,of a scheme to defraud, are a reat many witr.-, rrmmo.d obtained the wni.sk-y whch Lch rutalized
having been convicted of this charge in in the case ar;.d a .ar. -r,: ;s x- I, an cauo- t,'.e ,ho rrnbe tragedy.
the court the day prior. Melvin was jectd. a 'a t apear-
exonerated on the charge of embezzling a',e ': i. l'I' t 'ger 'tu inh his
postoflice funds. Pensacola .Juurnal. .Jesse E. ,Burtz h;-i ; : -. :e, ca:., r : a., cv k : rc ,t cu r-
much -.ice he "1" ..r ,. -- ..
Work is soon to begin ,n the new piling the n.w ':t;. I crt '.orv 'a- a : .! '.... a
federal building which is to be located latka, ar:i t h rt.*.< t .a' '.- ..:, t : ': : r ,:i:ence 'n
at Fernandina. Tests of the solidity of wil be abut ci m:,,-'h-,i ;, ee, ai '!' r ..a. p .rac:'.e. li
the earth upon which the building is to ready for :he put ) he '. ,The '-, ,: ne !a' .e
be erected were conducted a few days will contain a ine map i of 'aiatka. frm V" '% i L -i''i V1,-
days ago by the government supervisor original drawing of R. KRa n!,,ni 'rio-. :- : r. a
of public buildings. Upon report of the besides much vatble informal. 'a a ,r:!s -u. ,prts.
tests it is expected that the contract M.r. Burtz !ays. that a mo.t conserva- e ,, :., rt'.d t' '.r, :r.t e aw in
will be let in accordance with plans al- tive estimate of the population as made i ;n h' fur stlf prt-" Ta"i-
readv arnroved. 111 fr,.m ith r,., z..... ... ,.;i .,.. ha .- De-.. ra: .

The meetpgs conducted by Evange-
list W. C. Swope at the Methodist
church are awakening much interest,
and large crowds are daily swarming to
hear the eloquent preacher. As the
meetings progress, and the splendid
character of the sermons become more
generally known, the interest undoubt-
edly will become greater, and there is

Up ILVIl L ait el.I^.* :-eCUrefl wi 1 1ow
Palatka to contain over 5.(N people,
about evenly divided between white
and colored. Mr. Burtz will manage
the editorial department of the Gaines-
ville Sun during the absence of Senator
McCreery in the legislature. Palatka

Janes R. Gray, living alone on the
old Idlewild prove. Panasoffkeep Lake

every reason to hope that much spirit- was stricken wh p s ad
ual good will result from the revival. without aid and anything to r at l et-
Lakelandwithout aid and anws.thing toat ext-
Lakeland News. ing oranges for three days, wh,-n he
g )

We learned from an eye witness last
night of a distressing accident that oc-
curred Sunday at Ormond. The East
Coast train backs across the river to
the Hotel Ormond and on this occasion
an old negro and his wife were driving
along, the horse became frightened at
the train and Lilted acro- the track.
The horse was killed, the wagni smash-
ed into kindli,,g wood, adll the old nian
killed, being litera';y ground t,, pieces
and hi.i wife so .vri',usly hurt that the
witness did not tifrlik sht. coli liive.
C)cala Star.

succeeded in reaching a water larrel.
where he was found hy Mr. W. A.
King's sn. hut wa. unable ,'o tak.
though he did succ'.-.-i in w!iti;g ,n; a
piece of paper hs co(i!np. lt. King
secured as-.itanc, and t'.'k Lr bn.e.
Next day the u:;fer.-r \a.- takt-n :o th
ho,,T. ofi relatives. at \\l :i.',,,l 'where
he t'ii i. Decca-t l w~ a : t'( : ;ierate
vete.!" i 'red a i ,. .a', a' i came
oit a '.:ipta.n in in' p,,r ,a i. Fourth
M.1 i.-.si pi, i t -^ 'n;,. I -I i... t'. ice
captturedl the fti'.,t';:-. i ,i a'i h s
arm shr ui tt .- i a. : j e :t'I '- t: a':i'. r
had the u- :,, it. ';,:a ...r.

l.,\ .1 la ,-. a :: : ',, ,n, ng
mairi.led n.:a,: D!.: i. .J wa .-taken
violt, atVy m 'i.aN^ e VW V !,-,ia, ! hin hon,. n HowI,'r, a ,--* -. ie ar-
rived a few week. a', 'rin Alabama,
where he has e-xte-n:.ve ',sin-s' inter-
ests ard .ilce his arrival has been
quite ill and acting rather queer. For,
several days he has been in charge of
a nurse and about twv ov'~e'r: in the
morning became so aticted that hte as-
S..n.tiU l ;i i .tt.,r,,nt1 *-t A i in oit..Ai tA -

Rger JJohnsn, a hanger ,in around
Dunne,,,n. was shut through the head
last night and wii; die. Our readers
will remember that fr a year or more
there has been a galg of robbers at
work in the Pho.,phate ('i.y. operating
in the hotels a::d barring houses. To
ascertain the guilty parties the city of
Dunnelbin hired a detective, who caught
up with ,everai of the gang, among
them tnis nanr, Jthnsn. The detective
worked up a scheme on Juhnson where-
bv they were to kill the marshal of the

let yourself to be miserable.
Why suffer from severe head-
aches, have fainting spells
and be fretful? Your liver
nceds attention. Try ~hrbih
the great liver regulator.


ahs'Oh so~ ~ m
der." Lao so OW
by layfg by a U b
into the" Mleahaeof
Oak Beank 's aas-m-
4' % iata'a00oIt plaW I
credit (that cospqsm 4
swabhs iaad slep d
o' nights, eat your daijy I
sweet contmntAsk
tions here yu :Ik
Swer them.





The best all purpose Engine made Silk
construction and made of the very bat
terial. Uses less gasoline and produces
power than any engine made. Speed qV
tion and all latest improvements.

You can poll any load

a Hagan gasoline E

2, 4, 6 and 8 horse power in st,
Cash or instal'm nts.

Jo .
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EI/erything i rkMchI ery'a nM4II &4lM p I cC rv'.E irt
We e the largest d
iat e if ofcn4fAY
LIES IN ThE SouTm, st IL
Exw174- I PM FULLY
LE" IMWf*WS4-i5..CA^ 4

ci:y, Editor Peacock and Mayor Kibler,
rob the Withlacochee Hotel and then
, blow it up. k1l this was arranged for
last night, but between the hour the
.cheme wa.i concocted and the hour of
meeting. .,Johns,,n tumbled to the de-
:ective s racket, and when Johnson and
t'e dlet.ctive met. the former havirn
b.rriwt-cd the matter'ss pilto, J-.,lnson
af:"n:~'ted to shoot him. tiring two
sns't, one !pa.s.iing onr either side of the
detective's head. when the detective
se:zel the hands of Johnson, pointed
the pistol at his head and tired, the ball
passing through Johnson's head near
the right ear. The wounded man is
-,ti' alive, but there is no hope for his
rt,-cjvery. There are others of the
thieving gang and the authorities hopt
to arrest them.- Ocala Star.

that the re'ar:;' ,
be capturti 1 '
against tn, ,
brought ,ou: i'
are some pirn
in all near r
thcre "or : .
the. m' -.*' .
w while e-'..t;a *.
the ,-' -

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high.. .i
Pamr'. A ~

painting vit
bined %%itf 's%.

Miami wiii have a new city hall to and or .
t One god tn a t ant covrtr .*.
cost O$1.t(. One good thing about it bright an 1 .- .
Ii that Miimi uill ftnm;ich thS men,,. a;




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Whips, Lap Robes, Etc.





Call and See Them.

Don't forget that

we are headquarters for everything in our line.


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Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons

Live Oak, Florida


U CUO EDgKRATSL MEET. brave heart was filled with Christian
love and charity.
umshIm Bief-W. A. Tiiom Conscientious in all he did and ad-
l i Ie K L edy I)eleite" to vised, he ever lived up to his principles,
3IMp1W Rk ampamt actuated as he was by the highest and
UnL Oak, Fla., March 31, 1909. most delicate sense of honor in all'mat-
Jmh E. Finegan Camp, U. C. V., ters.
atd t court house today. He devoted himself to the preserva-
ON to order by Commander W. A. tion of the records of the brilliant deeds
1.1 Prayer by Rev. A. Bond, Chap- of the Florida soldiers of the Confeder-
I. RoU of members called. Annual ate army in the war between the
- were paid. A few new members states, seeking to so arrange them his-
w added to the roll. Communica- torically, that future generations should
IM from different sources were read know and honor the deeds of their an-
bl Adtant Mikel. cestors.
scial Order No. 2 from headquar- This division has sustained an irre-
a Florida Division, as follows: parable loss, he cannot be replaced

Jakl aville, Fla., January 20, '09. from our sadly thinning ranks, and
Ctades-With feeling of the deep- while our hearts are sorely, sadly
At pa and sorrow, I have to announce stricken, let us strive to emulate his
to rviuion the death of Major Gen. noble character by living up to the
Wi v P. Fleming, late your corn- high incentives he encouraged, and so
hFgeneral and beloved comrade. crown the few remaining years of our
et Ueth day of December last, lives that our reward, like his, may be
tM t ago, he passed to rest, after perfect, and that we may meet him be-
duI painful illness, borne with yond the river, where all is peace.
S ilstwian fortitude and resigna- Commanders of camps will read these
ft ,orders at their first meetings and have
the many brilliant characters them published in the papers of their
LI wami the ranks of the Con- city or neighborhood. By order,
efterWl anr he ever shown pre- ROBERT J. MAGILL,
I *wether in the councils of Major General Commanding.
4W W l m the more modest yet H. H. LOVE,
t1 he of hwU beloved R. E. Adjt. Gen'l and Chief of Staff.

Sthfu d &vtMa, and his loss
bl twiouut the entire corps.
L --MmNt a" d retiring, yet
)Ci *e t t. rt i um*, no Ia-
S1Sw h to hrmk from
w ho emidws and the
m4e 4 nfiedrat cause.
to mIastam, Ih, purwe
B St *4 the Ci tdL rate
b 0"w authbe. fur hs

The above memorial was listened to
with attentive ears by the old veterans
of Finegan Camp. Then a motion pre-
vailed to extend our deepest sympathy
to the bereaved relatives and friends ol
our much loved deceased commander
Major Gen. Francis P. Fleming.
A resolution from Marion Camp No
56. of Ocala, in regard to the promp
attention and untiring efforts of Mis

leering Ladies
-1 to follow the example of thousands of
t n anl tsa OrduL Cardui is a non-
rL*t~t Inltaiatinig medicine for women. It
wmak 1 .4w.s with sick female organs.


Jefferson Bell, Secretary of the Pen- Any skin itchil
sion Board of Florida, was read, and by The more you s
a unanimous vote of Finegan Camp the itches. Doan's
administration of the State of Florida eczema-any skl
are urgently requested to retain Miss drug stores.
Bell as Secretary of the Board of Pen-'
sions, as she has proven herself to be a
true friend to the old Confederate sol-
diers, as well as competent to fill this I 1IRSIAt
responsible position. Resolution unan- H.
imously adopted. Masonic Tempe B
A letter from Miss Jefferson Bell was Ro

read, considered and discussed. A mo-
tion prevailed, which was unanimous,
that we, as a Camp of Confederate
Veterans, recommend that the coming
session of the legislature increase the
village of the pension law and retain
on the pension roll all who served
through the bloody struggle and were
honorably discharged.
Moved and seconded that W. A. Tison,
Commander, answer Miss Bell's letter.
Also moved and seconded that Adjt.
Mikel and Asst. Adjt. Delegal advise
with our state senator and representa-
tives in regard to legislation on the
pension law to the best interests of
old soldiers and widows of soldiers.
At this juncture a letter from Miss
Jefferson Bell to Comrade J. H. Jowers
was read, stating that he had been
dropped from the pension roll as a de-
serter from the Confederate army. On
motion, properly seconded, this notice
is given: We find no proof to the ef-
fect that Comrade J. H. Jowers ever
deserted. He states that he was in
Macon, Ga., when Gen. Lee surren-

W. A. lison stated that it would be
necessary to elect delegates to the re-
union to meet in Memphis, Tenn., on
June 8th, 1909. Oa motion, Bros. Tison
and Thos. Kennedy were elected, the
camp to pay expenses.
Adjourned with prayer by the Chap-



Assistant Adjutant.

Eastier Serviices.
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.
Tar and ('anchalagua

ng is a temper-tester.
scratch the worse it
Oilment cures piles,
in itching. At all

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Dom 303

Send your FRUIGHT claims
Send your STOC K claims
Send your OTHER cims to us
We adjust and collect them on per-
centage basis.
Experienced Claim Agents employed.
Boanedas a Safguard to Qaimauts




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

The Original


Coafonm to Natiol
Pure ooad DrutL

Professional Cards

I wish to nno e to the p eol d
Live Oak and vicinity that I Ihtav
ed up an office in the PNmto;
ing for the practice of Otpa.t Dr.
Barg is an old pretitimwr a
uate of the Amerian eb at
irksville, Mo. CONSULtTATION fi
J. A. BRAGG, D. O.,
Room No. 13. Phone Fo. -



Live OIk6, Rn1


Wiul practice in an the ourts t the Sta.t.
ialattetion riven to ConmvmuWe Cs5.-A
if Rents. Etc. AD bausine prnptly ao* n


Will do general e in State aad
Federal Court.
I'ostofflce Building.
'PaoN No. 190.



Jo L. LEE,
Attorney at Law
Ja.spr. F. kl.
Office over Sandlin's Store Prompt
attention given all business placed i
my hands.

35 year's experience
Good stock of Watches alwavs ,.n hrad

Notary Publc.
Legal papers carefully and r. r in t
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I 0cVrat Petitions sent out from White Springs It has becomethe cstom with y
& M m Ca Ut r Ue being circulated in tEft eetxio of in this inredulous age to think Yghtly
-m--.- -- this county which lies between Pine of "reivl of religion" in a coana-
U XW OAK mt' sil.IG COMPA.Y Grove and the river, and a few of the nity, and to insist that it is all mer
rb wm ,citizens have signed them, asking te emoionalism that will subside after a
-legislature to form a new county, with brief time and leave no permanent im-
Patrishd ,-r). Friday at White Springs as the county seat. press for good. Nowerehave we seen
Ms 122 Conner S! Ure Oak. Fla. The proposed new county is to be a more effective answer to this mis-.
formed by taking some territory from taken view of the subject than the fol-
Iesecrtption Price-.
B crptio; Price ,Smowannee, Hamilton and Columbia lowing from the last issue of the Plant
O. IN.LAR PR YHamilton county, we understand, or at City Courier:
least some of its citizens, does not ob- "During the revival meeting which
ject to the scheme, but a great major- recently closed in our city there were a
Wattrod at the IJve Oak Postoffce as ity of the people of Suwannee county great many people who declared their
Mecond-c<:a matter. very strongly object to donating any intention of living better lives and ma-
-- ---- part of her territrfoy for such a purpose king themselves worth more to the:
Th ature is in ssion;r news If there were any good and valid rea- community, to the church and to their
The legislature is in session;our news .. j u *i- c t L ^
sons for this proposed action, it would families. Some of the more critical
tlm hmm tell the officerseletio the i be different, but forming new counties ones have said: 'They will never hold
two hous tad the officers elected; the,
So out of old ones always means increased i out; they will be as bad as ever in a
w mowhiha w hall refer herf- taxation without increased benefits. little while.' This will probably prove
t. the lmocrat will keep ts Our view of this matter does not mean true. It generally does turn out thus
SW ti ee that we object to a new county, with as applied to the whole number of new
r is bfomd from week to wTaeek of White Springs a the county seat: it converts. But it nearly always hap-
S_ _t means only that we object to taking pens that there are a few who do 'hold
Sandy part of Suwannee's territory to out.' Suppose that out of the hundred
"B" we a part of the divine econ- I
S c h t form that new county. Ours is not a or more who were converted during the.
m wy h w,-Wd it.lhou Abir large county, and we believe that some recent meeting, only one should remain
ogmaret wouid decline." A great
O ,w ated Nv M C. Wekh, of' better reason than any thus far given, true to his vows. can't you see that a
.. Cutter Iwill have to be shown to the legislature great work was wrought? Think of
easo .. in a letter to the Palat-'
before that body will consent to the the endless chain of influence that one
be News eplinn the widespread pas,
St wi d mutilation of old Suwannee. life may have on the world.
S fur the adrmnmmate slaughter of
im n tte c s, m y Business men all over the world are
Nto m-oe t httk creatureas, merely to
m am fat. flattr and die. Nero FRANK ('LARK WARMS IP. beginning to realize thai the Christian
i religion is the most important thing in
tahrl hos (Chnratma from much the In the tariff debate in congress Mon- the universe, and the have reached
,*** day, Mr. Clark, of Florida. said that
the point where they are willing to in-
S- incidental protection was absolutely vest their time and money in'the fur-
.6 w *4e n f the Florida Press necessary in certain cases, whereupon thering of the gospel. ith them it is
oa.s s. rtad at the meeting in a Texas member asked Mr. Clark if he nonge question of how m wi
no longer a question of how many will
i. A~gmi wet wek,, are: Prei- ws a protectionist. Mr. Clark's reply be reached or how many will'hold out.'!
am Iery i. L~r tn. St. Augustine woke up the house, and he said so many They ha come to see their duty as
e rd rv prsdle t. Frank E. Har- interesting things that we quote some business men, as well as Christians.
i NfT.otwbusiness men, as well as Chriv t p "stians.
pp [*Aske Cir. clretary.'. T. J. Aip- of them below: and are willing to leave the result in
pt~es la (s'tv indx; treasurer, Mr. Clark declared that all l1gisla- the hands of God.
J 6 kito. Jark.uville Fraternal tion was the result of c. promise. "I back to the meeting held in
SAe t %.b-l eo,-mitteemman C. L. don't expect to write the tariff bill for our town, we will sav that we verily
b,.tmg., wasv .'.ar Lake City was this majority," he said "but I say to believe the influence of this meeting
m t,-df ,' .- .t, of meeting in you that if they put into this bill what bee the onuence of this meet
will be felt in our town as long as the
,t my people want, what they sent me twn stands. The teor of some live
town stands. The tenor of some lives tu
.. .- .-- here to get. I shall not dictate to them hasbeen changed which cannot but
t i r. r.P rr arhich convened this what else they shall put into it." He c iwc u t
*,t ,i T a h e I..* ti doubtless as able said that as long a the people of th have their fluence on the future of an
dA w-(, as the ,erage of such bod- South had to bear the burdens of the Plant Cit.There are already being a
heard rumblings oui a threatened on- fl,
'A* u the part. arm we hope to main- protective tariff system, they at least heard rumings t c ertai place on i- mi
tia ,r tW ,rate. and conservative ought to have a division of the benefits. laugh against certa
i edness in our city. "
prian tIhriCthut !he entire session. Mr. Clark quoted from the resolution e in our roa
I1 r. rw nw.-palwr have not been in of the recent democratic caucus which I o
the hest ,f bldmin themselves down declared that the members of the mi-. I" is a waste of thunder to b attack-
t, bwh a mail vi.w of the subject, and nority were left free to vte as they mig the State railroad comr.ission as th
1tA Jawwralllv d lordian gently sati- choose on constitutional questions and wometh int uskeep t the pelt not d e
fr ls., t,. f.,.lw,: also when instructed by their constit- rth i kp. and that shoud be kn
It,-* -gi.g.la'ur. wi;i convene next uency to pirsue a certain line of ac-boished. The commission will .ta m
da. A If it isn't 'the tion. He called attention to the me- ut. It des g not so much goo th
>he .f ri t-ver a mbled in tin. He cale ani t the me-.1. .a it nmi.ht. bt-cause of its limited p,,w- gei
t.r*lt trity of men tver assembled in morals of the Florida !egisiature that a e of
TalluIhas.' in the tbgmning, and the a duty be put on Egyptian cotton and r and th diffclty of enforcng its r- pr
'*,ke.lt' at its close, the press of other long staple cotton coming into ders; eut its n efficiency is slowly but gi
Vrida sll have slipped a cog." the United States in competition with surelv increasing, and until i has been fr
ea Island cotton, also that a duty uperseded by something better (which thE
Spread the glad news to the utter- put on citrus fruits, pineapples and the is not yet in sight), it will abide with ne,
mint parts of Flonda that down in like, "and," he exclaimed. "I am in- us as a part of our machinery of gov- fiv
Bradford county a negro has been haled structed in that regard, and no hawk- ernment. The Arcadia News is right eac
before Judge Dekle and fined for cru- ers and opinionated democrats can make wuen it sas:" ap
dty to a team of starved, sore-backed, me violate a solemn obligation I owe. o"e do not approve of all the acts sar
overworked, broken-hearted mules in I am sick and tired of hearing my the railroad commission, but we co
hi charge, and informed by the judge Southern colleagues talk of 'the poor th d on tried t do prhe members have ion this -n
that he would get the full extent of the men of the South.' I want to do some- ,

law for a repetition of the offense. thing to take them out of that class." opinion we telieve we nave good corn-
0 pany. Anyhow. never think of abel- tai-
Justice takes this form so seldom in He said that if the republican party pany. ow. never think of abol- tai
Flonda, and it is needed so frequently, would put into the pending tariff bill fishing it. It wil! be a long day, an ro
that when it does catch up with an of- what his people had instructed him to unusualday, when the people of Flor- div
fender the event deserves wide public- get. he would vote for the bill regard- da or of the United States do away din

ity. Sheriff Langford. of Bradford less of anything else.
county. has given notice that he will And there you have it-a straight
pruneute all parties guilty of cruelty defi from our congressman to the old'
to animals, and desires such cases re- liners of democracy, whose constituents
prnd to him. If the horses and mules having nothing that needs protection,

h tiw railroad comm ns-

I'p th,: way we have a high opinion
of th C'uilpet-iprs as evangelists ,of
rare power .ovr thrw i.ard hearts 4 f

of ths country can tstifyv against their can safely stick to the o',i sloan of men. 'but t. had rEt suspected that
nrdri andn dri'r, on the Day of Judg- tariff for revenue only. But who in they werei etuial t. suech "catches" ias
mrtit. w'rut wncpiny and wailing and this Sea Island cotton district where the foiioinng which we find in the last
Irashrt .,f '-.t h the-re will be among our farmers are suffering from the issue of the Plant c'!ty Courier:
tho. a n.l..i4 crel taskmasters on that competition of the Egypt:an.-tapletco(mn- "'That mua: be a wo.n!erful meeting
*i,.,r,.rn'.,,.. ,C'al,,on' 'ing in duty free, will .ay' that Mr. Mr. Culpeppt-r is tho!ing down in Tan:-
l-ark is wrong.' pa. A reetmin' whi h can get such
!tr agtl,..n .tarted: recently to su- distinguished gentitmen as Peter O.
;....,-( ..-.. pir.'ient of the Tht esteemed Ki-ssimnmee Gazette Knight. Walla,- S:ovall and Jack
,. ) ,,t .rla doe'n't seem to says that the "DIemocrat is a splendid Knight into the amen corner, as is re-
'. '.,- ir: ..f r'-.-,nse ex- paper and a credit to the press of Flor- ported, i.s 'oniething beyond the con-
.--- ,. r.at.,r. I)n the con- ida," but thinks that some of our ads. ception of the ordinary man out of
a,, '*, '. ,,.lop.i i by the agi- should be switched to less conspicuous reach of its intuence."
... r.strengthened the places to make room for a different What a quartette it would have been
.. .. ,..-, a ,id. and to show class of reading matter. Not on your if Claude L'Engle had been amongI
";.. : *, t ,t. I kt chols in oth- life, dear brother' Our advertisers are these brands snatched from the burning!
-*.. *. 'a !t*. ur.ivers)ty of Flor- the very apples of our eye. They are And they may get him vet, but there's
S.,.. ret-i.n has, not only our cherished friends and co-editors ofI not much use in trying until after the
*., ,.r,'* *,.. rut, its age and the Democrat. They furnish the sin-' legislature adjourns, as Claude perhaps
l,,*,..' !,:rt. c,-n.~tdlred, it has ews of war; they make the ghost walk; has a few worldly scores to settle du-
.. 'i-.)us -: ;ccess. A real they take away the terrors of Saturday ring the session of that body that might
..- -. re.,. >,int of slow' afternoon when Mr. Printerman, with not be compatible with a change of






re, was then taken up section by sec-
n and in a few instances amended
d adopted. This law in substance is
follows: It divides the county into
e road districts; gives county com-
ssioners authority to transfer to the
ad and bridge fund justafter passage
this bill. whatever can be taken
om the fine and forfeiture fund; gives
em the power to establish roads and
fine as "public roads" those now
own as such: establishes the mini-
im width of roads at 30 feet; gives
Commissioners power to appoint a
neral superintendent, who must be a
tactical road and bridge man and ,hall
*e a bond for secunng good w,,rk
um him for the whole county, with
Power, whenever it is found to tb
:essary, to appoint not more than
e assistant superintendents, one from
ch road district, these latter to tb
pointed only when absolutely necto-
y, and all of them removable ,by the
mmissioners; gives these cummn..i-
ers power to levy not more than a
nill tax for road and bridge purpose.
ovides for the setting aside of a cer-
n sum of these taxes for general
id and bridge use, the balance to t
ided among the road districts accor-
g to the taxes paid by each district.
luires all persons between I" and ,',
work ten days on the roads or c"m-
te this by paying three dollars.
ich amount is to go into the road and
dge fund; also providing a penalty
the ion-payment of such service or
i-payment of such sum of month .
also gives the county authority to
rk her convicts upon the roads or
se them out and use the proceeds in

Pure A

this work.
lmmodiatei), u u '
bill by the kqtsimsr-v f
by ths ,govemort s tv

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No t%.Iowa .s i. ul! on
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SF ktrwt,' .**!- 'HIrwn.
af 0 11 t-. ay %
g rr re ait cariid of Chairs
s J H Barton & Co.
S yt r nwxt pair of shoes be
6^ tnw. NeCullers Bros.
ulb tto canopy in any size
q y. J. B. Barton & Co.
b eop e are fast learning to
I t Harvard.s Shoe Store.




W2 4r

HB watch that
Cannot be depend-
nRAn at all tm4 i., n


Swume Druo.
Suwannee Drug

Kodaks and Films. Suwannee Drug
Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. Suwan-
nee Drug Co.
Mrs. L. C. Ruter, of Madison, was
in the city Saturday.
B. B. Hughes has moved into his new
home on Ashley street
J. W. Foyd, of Platt Station, was in
h*, I .:... a i ..-_..-. l__ a

WW wa wu" LUAvO S 1 I L Lt: ciLy on business monday.
mor valuable than the Miss Janie Robinson spent Saturday
friend who fails you at and Sunday with her parents at Dow-
WL Y ling Park.
Our Watches can always be depended Miss Essie Helvenston, of Sumter-
on. We have a line of Howard, Elgin, ville, is visiting the family of B. W.
Waltham, Illinois, Hamden and Ham- Helvenston.
ilton-the best and most reliable C. E. Haile, Sr., left Saturday for
watches on the market. All prices. Gainesville where he goes to look after
Full line of al kinds of Jewelry, Dia- his business interests.

Smnd Set Rings, Lockets, Brooches,
Pins, etc., at the lowest prices.
i Beautiful Stock

dlz of goods for wedding and birthday
S Repairing and engraving. All work
and guaranteed.


W Bume nhade a flying trip to
Tm Tuesday on business.
~lr amps with ankle straps$1.50
IA HKarvatrd's Shoe Store.
as Jo Howland: of Lancaster,
U b tbfO city Saturday, shopping.
nh--m (Gokdbread was quite sick
S(OIO ut week, with fever.
L l *c o o f the bedt farmers
ffleY-ty w*a the city Monday.
so ot "s|It- to suit you. Se-
Sr ab i*wq o Suwanne Drug

so a tao bow~
S hl,

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Mrs. J. G. Bostwick, of Alton, came
in Tuesday to meet her sister, Mrs.
Waller, of Hattiesburg, Miss.
N. W. Marion, of Marion Staton,
was in the city Saturday en route to
Tallahassee where he will attend the
legislature. He was accompanied by
his son, Paul.
State's Attorney Cary A. Hardee was
Called to Tallahassee Monday to repre-
sent the State in the trial of the negro
who murdered the sheriff of Leon coun-
ty a few days since.

Easter egg dye. Suwannee Drug Co. I FOR SALE-About 800 bushels of
corn, 3,000 pounds of bacon, lot of
Denatured alcohol. Suwannee Drug farming implements and 40 busheles of
cotton seed. W. E. Floyd, R. F. E.
Nice line tobacco and cigars at S. P. N,). 2, Box 14, Welborn, Fla.
y Rhode Island red eggs for hatching:
The Criminal Court of Record will from healthy, farm raised, prize win-
convene next Monday. ning stock. Splendid layers, 13 eggs
Buy Hanan's fine shoes for Easter at for $1.00. Address. Rixford Poultry
Harvard,s Shoe Store. Farm, E. A. Burdick, Live Oak. Fla.,
R. F. D. 4.
The County Commissioners and School R
B4ard were in session Tus.lav. Misses Vigene and Lizie Baisden
The ). K. Stovs are the best; r:t;d. spent several days last week in Santa
sold only lt J. B. Barton & (.i, Fe; they returned Monday and were ac-
compani'l by Mrs. W. R. McG;regor
White Mountain Refrrra:..rs are and little .(l.hter, Summer. who will
:he vr\ h*Nst at J. B. Ba t &o. spend some time visit.n : s. Summer
MrN G. ;. Mays is visiting relatives Baisden.
ndi frit'nrl.A in Jacksonville this week.
Mrs. Will York came in from Atlan-
i dallUntine. of Lake City. was ta Friday and will be the guest of her
S ..,',"' hi- rnany friends in the city sister, Mrs. Murray Parnell for a few
*' ,rL,. weeks. Dr. York is attending the
i dN'. Mrs. J. G. Ruff were promi- Southern Dental College at the pres-
r-. in the city Moldav from ent but will join Mrs. York here in a
..' few days.


Our next Interest Quarter begins Apil st.
allow interest from AprilI on all de it m e
Savings Department to April 10.

$1.00 will open an account
-- a-

Start today

The Utizens Bank of live (





Prof. J. A. Cox. of Kathl1, wa
prominent visitor in the city Friay sd
Saturday, the guest of Dr. A. S Yltk.
Prof. Cox is one of the repreatative
from Polk county and wau on hi way
ta Tallahassee to attend the klislature.
The following compliment to Deputy
Sheriff Stokely, of this city, for hi
good work in aiding in the capture
the murderer of Sheriff Laang~te of
Leon county is from a TallahI ue ds.
patch in the Pensacola Journal: "Shmeri
Houstoun gives most of the credit for
the capture of Morris to Deputy Sherif
N. P. Stokely of Live.Oak, who took a
leading part in the chase. Deputy
Sheriff J. P. Hewitt, of Ocala, with ha
blood hounds, will remain in the city
with Sheriff Houstoun until the trial is
)voer anil the case is disposed of defi-
OJpti.- ci

Hon. W. R. Dorman, of Houston, ex-
members of the legislature from this
county, was among the number from
this county who went to Tallahassee to
be present when the legislature was or-
ganized on Tuesday.
Have your eyes treated at J. D. Rad-
ford's by a specialist. We are prepared
to correct difficult cases of Astigma-
tism, and all errors of the Refraction
of the dioptric system. Give us a trial
and we will guarantee you satisfaction.
J. D. Radford.
To fully appreciate Live Oak, all one
has to do is to go away for a time.
When he retun:s L:ve Oak certainly
does look good. The sun shines brighter
and with a warmer welcome. The ea. h
appears m .,ie resourceful and kind'..
The women are fairer and smile mor?
sweetly. In fact Live Oak appears to
combine all the things that make life
enjoyable, with enough of the contrary
to keep it from becoming monotonous.
Great is Live Oak, and stiil greater
are the big-hearted, generous, mag-
nanimous and hospitable people that
live within her borders.

All refractive defects of
the EYE ieatifieaII ou
rected Speta ard m ,
Glasac, mad. to order. "
up. O("cm in Whits Buldtm.
in roma fowmey occwupa
by Co. J. & Johaom. L v
O&Lr Fwmr'J o(AthwaL GL

Oak. Formerly o( At~aw.. Ga.


mr r

to Iwo* 'ali~

sb ao
b) Sl '.
-r k~

Now2 .1
I lob**
0I poi


-to. *

lb opwa?


M:. I;andih' Hryan came over Sat-
,' t,, wndi the week end with her
-a' r,% ti t re'.
Swanti',r county is pretty well rep-
S .. ,',tij at Talaha'stee this session of
* ... h,, .,,,iatur

,r. J H Sh,-pard, of Webster, is
... ,.t -..,rai days with her sister,
"' M *- M l',,;:,.n
L'... I.. n ti-n and sister, Mlis
""" ,* ,-,.4n ,4 le'r Lake sec:in. were in
. \ ,A' ,ria. trading, i.


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r.- I ra':k MurraA andl Mrs. Frank
'.. r rf Itra rd, wrt-.re in the city

At 17I.'t" I llI'aT new diwelling- Is
It .g It i' L ilg to h be
.1~ ~ .'' ~ t~'~ o

v .

*'.~I' ~`: I .r' M'd'.t' Ia;.. W~as in
N, lit I Part ti and first
A' r~'a~friends.

ik ing r o lhipg Ih t
vs- 11', i, i the i ty afl n d

IIX, j.~l'.)t I" in the c~i:v andl
~ ,. ~(if her sister, Mrs. J.
II lra..~, f-r -tiral weeks before'
r !t hmv In i.anlaand.

* '
,, I ia:. as in to see us Tues-
S,., He .,,. int f the g,'d, solid citi-
I ;' uni ouhlt,. and takes an active
*r,-*,!: ,' f tr\ h irigi per':ailn'.n to the




Where nothing but Shoes are handled, is

the place to find the best Shoes for the least


We have added several new lines

in the past fewv days, and no\\ have the best

in the land.

I rWe make a specialty ol Children's Shoes.

The public are fast learning that a regular Shoe Store

is the place to buy Shoes.

Well Known Brands for Men

"Hanan" Shoes and Ox'fds $5.50 and $o
"Harvard & Foster" $4 and $5

Advertised Lines for Ladies
"Hanan" patent and tan Oxfords $5
"Ukra" Cxfords in all leatlers, $2.50 to $4
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A NIew he. That Wi Sode th
hel md r ke hrm.
Dr. A. Sti mayyet become fa-
- is met remt abciemet is
6 hbretim the Stimr frnae, a fr-
- e wMe ri solve the fuel problem
l th -emke problem. He has been
W fukl fa over years on the fur-
mM ad vn jut this week granted a
patet at Wahington.
The furce is paterned after the
S gls mo far as the reason for the
ttl is eneeurne The fre-bricks in
bin of k*box are scientifically made
ad mathmatially set, so that the
f esU ae made to eron one another
ftm opposite side at a point just be-
bt the boiler, caring little loss of
ha This is the first feature of the
sew ihvetion.
The Mecod and more noticeable fea-
t is he presene of steam pipes,
- e for faA e-box, which blow the
e ito a livid lamenv thus producing
tMo gr sto aht from a minimum
a-mm t of teL The furnace is not a
ery but a stubborn fact, and a fact
*a the l d Doctor has evolved out of
hbs se biy ranium. He has had the
vamp ilt te boxes full of coal Sat-
# --r Hi aand invited a Daily Ex-
n reporter out to watch the results.
t aw-M volume of black smoke
- bled at of the stack for the
- t Mr sne d was as white and
bemy ae bd within forty seconds
md sm aq waws in school building
we ,q to aWMit fresh air. Un-
demb te qustioa of smoke con-
m-Mr swl Is be solved for not a
dt of mit has o en found on the
--s orrl h the power house this
- w The fel as entirely consumed.
bL that mt the talking point about
oAs "n tunice.
Twh Amrsrn Sch- ol of Osteopathy
i i1I -ms l ar heated with two one
t-mnl r ll t*ent y-hfve horse power

TALJAHNASSKE IS DEAD. maerathle budeIas, a gnry
_frm 0 o toM alea of eoma m *gb-
Noted Sem le Chieftain Camps o ned annually, the vice-preidency a
the happy IatinO Groud. driving bak and vario other
Word has just been receivedfrom the smaller business interests give Mr.
Evergades by J. M. Willson, Jr., of Matthews plenty to do, but it is his
this city, telling him of the death of willingness to do that has brought mc-
Tallahassee,chieftain of the Seminoles ces to him.
of Florida. Young friends, don't let the pesi-
The message was sent by Billy Bow- mists get you into believing thatevery-
legsand said: "Tallahassee-big sleep thing is lop-sided and that the "octo-
-one moon." pus" or the "system" or anything else
The death of the old chieftain marks has swallowed up all the opportunities

the end of the noblest as well as the
proudest of his race. When Osceola
with his compatriots went on the war
path Tallahassee was a small boy and
remembered well when his father and
a few companions were surrounded and
killed by the soldiers near Tallahassee,
the capital of the State. When ques-
tioned as to his age the old chief would
say, "old-plenty;" but he possibly was
not over ninety years.
Tallahassee with his band claimed a
pre-eminence over all the Indians of
Florida as having never been conquer-
ed, never yielding to the demands of
the United States government. When
the last deportation of the Seminoles
was made, the Tallahasseans hid them-
selves in the fastnesses of the Ever-
glades and there remained till peace
and quiet reigned again. Tallahassee
bore no resentment to the whites, but
nobly "buried the tomahawk" and ac-
cepted his fate as the cruel fortune of
the red man. Kissimmee people re-
member his last visit here. He was in
full costume, wearing the regalia of his
rank, and was welcomed most gra-
ciously by many white people. Children
crowded around him to shake hands,
and he was the recipient of many to-
kens and presents from the town peo-
ple. As the old chief bade "goodbye"
he said, "Me no more come to Kissim-
mee City; old too much." Sad and
prophetic words.
His religion was: "Me no lie, me no
steal, me no kill. Big sleep come,

huri IL' rruired from five to ten Great Spirit take me." Touching and
ts o.f % lwr dta& to heat these build- pathetic is the fact that with his band
ip frwmi1 l Thry are now comfort- he has been driven before the march of
U batWd now wlth two tons per day. civilization until his last camping
lOr .tall ays that the United States ground was significantly named "Hun-
gwvrnrnt spent $8,000,000 for coal to gry Land," near Okeechobee. Kissim-
*sem the leet around the world, over mee Gazette.
e-balf of which would have been
ved if the ire-boxes had been scien- The Battle Cry Sounded in Teiulesse.
tirally constructed. Far and wide; in city, town and vil-
Dr. Chas. Still returned from Chicago large, the press of the country is waging
Saturday morning where the final steps war against one of the filthiest and
for patenting were completed. No ef- most dangerous enemies of men; the
fort has been made as yet to sell the winged maggot of the dung heaps-the
patent or exploit it.-Kirksville (Mo.) ubiquitous house fly. Some readers of
Express. The Journal may imagine that it has
exaggerated the importance of destroy-
Tom Watson at His Best. ing the pests. It is impossible to do
Tom Watson, the Georgia politician, so. Ordinary love for humanity and
cynic and agitator, is often vicious, vin- its preservation from suffering and
dictive and narrow and disgusts his best death have compelled our attitude. It
friends at times with his outbursts of would be criminal to hold our tongue.
spleen and resentment, but when his The following from the Knoxville, Ten-
liver gets right and he is otherwise nor- nessee. Sentinel is just as radical and
mal he can sometimes write with rare to the point as anything which has ap-
force and beauty. In a recent issue of peared in The Journal:

his magazine he wrote of the Sabbath,
that prnceles possession of the world
which it so little appreciates, as fol-
"I love the day of rest, quiet and re-
fectwan. With folded hands one can

Spring is coming. Already in our
midst the house fly, the dirty fly, the
typhoid and cholera infantum fly, will
soon swarm in thousands and millions
unless precautions are taken. The
house fly, whom we were taught in our

stop and think. There's no thought childhood to treat with kindness, has
that riala are p&ming while we pause. been exposed. Its habits are tiithy. It
Thky are halting, too. There is time to' breeds in stables and garbage piles and
khak hack upon the road already tray- carries the tilth it revels in and tracks
rid, and number the mile posts. On it across the sugar, the butter and the
the da) we are not afraid that some beefsteak. It paddies its horrid feet,
0e will drive by us and get ahead. gummed with the vilest rotting matter,
Thef us tame to deal honestly with in the baby's milk. The doctors have
for *elf, n to m inquire with what car- declared war on the house fly. It prob-
, we arev ailing on to the unknown ably disseminates every disease. It is
Mss a must werus inquiry. There is a nuisance. It must be exterminated.
tinw tou i4k iuer the leaves of our It can be driven out of every city. In
inrwf of Testimony. and to see what an age of knowledge, screens and cheap
k.,l ,of c a w are carrying to the disinfectants, there is no excuse for
gret Hih Court. There is time for flies in any household. Clean up your
si; t ww and when Monday comes no premises and report to the health de-
wman uew fresher or stronger to the un- apartment your neighbor who does not.
ns..ftu teak of life than he who can Get rid of breeding places of flies and
t n I r.emtAered the Sabbath day you will get rid of tfie;. The battle is
* tA it ht ech being the judge half won if begun early. Pensacola
.; i,* hw c rtnru the word "holy." Journal.
Kt*-e e w furver be the old Sabbath of

or father' Let every man frame his
,*r, i and be true to it but to me
sa r.ubawm thought that when the
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A Suiiessful Flonida Faiiier.
J. L. Matthews, the well known mer-
chant and farmer of Bland, Alachua
county, was a guest Monday at the
ik.,. e V U0% ni,, ..... ..t l ,e tv ,; ,..

in this great country of ours. There
are plenty of opportunities. Get out
and find yours and stay with it -Starke


On the 6th of April, one year ago, all
that was mortal and that could perish
of the personality of Benjamin Lucas,
Sr., passed away. His freed spirit flew
away on the wings of the morning to
meet a celestial day.
When I had thee and held thee and
folded thee close to my heart,
That was Life.
Now when I look for thee, sigh for thee
and cry for thee under my heart;
To clasp but a shade,
Where thy head has been laid,
That is Death.
Let me hear thy spirit's voice,
Let me know that love is there,
Bidding all my soul rejoice,
Casting out a life's despair!
When this fleeting life is past,
Past its suns that set and rise;
Lead me, angel one, at last,
Back with thee to Paradise.
Sweetly his pale arms folded,
His hands fell on his breast,
As the light of immortal beauty
Silently covered his face.
And when the gleams of morning
Lodged in the tree tops' height:
He fell in his saint-like beauty
Asleep; by the Gates of Light.
To us who have lost the earthly pres-
ence of our dear one, is there any the-
ory or creed that promises aught of
the Great Beyond comparable to the
Christian's sublime hope that our dear
one is safely and tenderly folded by the
Compassionate Shepherd, Jesus?
Over our dear one's grave in the
beautiful Magnolia Cemetery in
Charleston the angels keep watch, and
one by one in the infinite meadows of
heaven look out the lovely stars, the
forget-me-nots of the angels.
Father, in Thy gracious keeping,
Now we leave Thy servant, sleeping.
-Contributed by loved ones.
Live Oak, Fla, April 6, 190.9.
Engraven on the pure white marble
at the head is this inscription: "Faith-
ful unto the end."

DIyspepsia is our national ailment.
liurdock Blood Hilrtrs is the national
curt' lor it. It s:trengthens stomach
inietll,' iir promoi es flow of diges-
;i, jii~.c p. iriti-i t' e blood, builds
yo upi 8

\\ H.T Till killNEYS I1).

TIw I i f;i i>ing work Keep, I's
srl'olg aniil Healthy.
\ 'h. blood *i !he iboidy passes
thr,(J14 h. kidi,. ,.- o'e every three
ini' ii,'. ''!" kidrii.. filter !he blood.
Tli>,. r'l!\ iihl' and day. When
htalt iti rp' o\, about '0).r grains
or ilinpulir' iiatter. daily, when un-
lhva.lh) >ulii,: par tf 1hi.- initp .e mnat-
ter i.s .-!, in the bMood. This brin.
oih ri,.ui di a .- a;i, d ; tl iitol ni'

pain ii, !w 1aek Y twdacli'. mi,~rvcv -
mo, ondr% '.aiii. rheumiatisii1gout,
grand. dors o! Q, ''yedghilit and

nn But itvoU u' 4)
"()!I w i !lla' 1;

in poo r health for ,a I ng i me.ASh
comiinfled A of 'al in her Qivik. was
V-11 i.rons and su bjec t !o h.'ad-
achos. lThe Wcs, work caiised her to

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Live Oak Manunfturing (

Lumber, Shineles, Ice, Eleoti
Lights, Power and TurpilM
Electric Lights inan part of the city furnli
Residence or Business Houses at a very ra.snMb I
Electric power-Day and night current f rm
ing purposes.
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City ,rt, r harr i
cial attention, and all orders promptly iti-!

We willgive you good prices on low
oorirg. Come and get our prices.

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SQuaker Oats

b in tins is the best food x'ou

B can buy. It keeps fresh, s ect

? and free from impurities, no

) matter how long you keep it or

how hot the weather is.

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and it is time you were beginning to lay in your

supply of Spring Clothing. We have pn display at

our store one of the finest and most complete lines

ever shown in this city. We have all the latest fab-

rics in all styles, both single and double breasted,

from $10 to $25. Our line of $10 suits is the best

ever shown for the money. Ask to see them when

in our store.

We are now carrying the celebrated "Nufangl" 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.

(Co 10 Stt US. It's a V
mmm ,to %how you whether F

M-or IB^ M

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IMt I ** **ot % I I i'rtt arin a half dozen other officer were
,n the st.cef and found the boiv of the
I % r ,is.1t ,I Is,. .hAd ,ilh'ther. lying near the co lrnr ,of
b d .,. ,I( \%.- ,. \r .g i tr rt and Luke's alley.
Ir te breast of theutficer was a gap-
i FI a,. i :r irg' w~und. showing where the knife
M .' I ,. I hAld penetrated. touching a vital spot.
1b Mr w *a b, ~*.tnI Ainoitheir cut appeared on the hand, an-
WNA ab. *. 1I.) w%, ioh.r on the chin, while still another
"klm .. Iv..I i, t.H ha struck the left arm above the wrist.
S, 1-, ..i.k.redl. 1'he one in the breast was just to the
MIhw at,:.%,a.r.t a hi% rilht of the heart, and the knife had
l* t ,,14 1 ,,i hal Iaed through the coat and a large
I* *. *. number of warrants and subpoenas in
S of ir t A ihtlrs death the inside pocket.
I6b -.l* .eur, wtrtl bfre These wounds and the ground along
LI[ wet t'. >nuuutes Mar- the street showed that the titfler and
t l at Hall. Shrinf \'an j negro had a terrible tight. 'I he point

Put This Stove in

Your Kitehen

It 1% % itidertul.iv0
C01.1%t-, r o,
kitk It, r k oI a
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at tthe : ~.J

ad outr W th \kav tile

Such a Sbto e i N th N'
7hcngtion Wo ivk Wi ite

Prng~ it '! Oh i'ti a!, thd

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where it occurred is in an isolated sec-
tion ,f the city, where ,, o)ne but ne-
groies w\ou!l have sieen or head it.
lo,(di on the .-and showed where the of-
ricer had received the wound which
caused his death, and it could also be
seen that the negro had then tied. The
oticter followed and tired two shots at
the man. the reports of which were
heard at Wright's miil by the watch-
The iirat clue the officers had was
when a negro woman appeared at the
station anld wanted to get the bond of
her husband signed. She knew he had
been arrested by a mounted officer, but
did not know of the murder. She was
detained and the officers at once began
a search for her husband. The entire
section \\as scoured and then (ot'icers
Letdd uandi imips;,n paid another visit to
the hl,.e where the negro resided. to
tind h::iL in. He did not resist arrest
and ci ai. d he "was innoc-nt. HIis tirn
cli,,tihiir L. ho ,' ver, -hwed that he had
It' i '' e al P .t.it s' '.me kind ai. hie ;:is
,i;icr '\ -cY'i: tt i c;' ai. ai i4,J erc ,,d

i. >A :OF.
It ', b ;"d ;Yr-r 4t 2-

t. e.i.nI t :.

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ih tl9;, a--(thitiV. ',,:ii K ,. w iei'c it V, ii I,
Vie' t.' i c, t heii ct' :'r4 .' r. t'r '! acu!L
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I. V i~rL~eK 14 ''.t KiF Nu- 4

itwky Sink item-.
Rev. .J F. Farnell, of Day. tilled his
regular appointment at Rock Sink on
firstt Sunday.
'.. M. Lanier visited his sister, Mrs.
Mr,. J. MI. Brown on first Sunday.
Mt. ;iiliard church was visited a few
nights ago by a Japanese missionary
who lectured on the dress, manners and
customs of his native country. His dis-
course was very interesting.
The W. (. W. Camp here was organ-
ized last December and now we heve
large enough inmemhership to p,:'",urc
our charter, yet we invite new j,. I:! .
as it is certainly i., a solid ;nstitutii,.i
and well organized ti'hr,'ihout t;
I'nitd States.
The farmers iI oi r ,ect. )n are alu .
(d lie plantmin, their cr.' ,.
ElI. \W m. A r etA f l.. : .,
pr. :ach at thite S.. A(. ch i'ch ,on the

t' 1, I tell .!.
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LYN IIN't ; N IN IF.N~i V 1.,

T'ie Nelro .M1nlllirderr f h I-r asI
carter r Sitrung Ip I.1 ',1tL.
Pensacola, la., April .. lDavid At
ander, the negro who killed Policeme
('art'er on Saturday night. as, tMkef
from the policee station at :3 ,.ck k this
morning by a masked mob. qu'wkil
rnshed to the public square a few rlrds
away, and lynched from the nAer Ir,,e
that Leander Shaw wa ,'rsr. !, a
few weeks ago.
The mob was quiet and ,,ru 1;.. K t,
It,,'ernuined in their work.
Tne police were taken una*a,'.- ;,rnl
t ,o-e at tie statiofl w.re qu:ck: *\,r-
powerTe!. No one in the i a. .LpJ'-
h -n:!eed he slightest trTuble. Tt., noi,
!i,. I t nte volley at the ,negro .t, aI *:.I'' )
S .-' The negro, c,,nfe. :. i ', 'h
ki.:iid, ,:" the poA dcem' ai. i \e :'l,- 1 ri.
ci:v is luiet this morn.ng a'; *
further tr u..ble is a.Fpp hn,:#- ., **
r .': 1" f lnchini.

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T HE long standing demand for a perfectly prepared, effective and unobjectionable remedy
T numerous insects, pests and fungus diseases so detrimental to the best interest of the 1
grower, florist and nurseryman has too long been neglected by the scientific world.
William Cooper has endeavored to meet this demand and we are confident that he has
production of his V-2 and V-3 Spray Fluids. This is proved by the evidence that we hav
from all parts of this country.
Careful experiment has established the inefficiency of the crude remedies and home-r
pear to be entirely satisfactory. Some of them have proved deadly to certain pests, but haN
It cannot be disproved that some crude preparations possess effective properties in killii
yet fail utterly to destroy scores of the numerous fungi infesting the majority of orchards.
While winter spraying may have been thoroughly done and the orchard quite free front
reinfection may always occur from various sources. Your neighbor may have been neg
| moths, etc., emanating from the ground, emerge late in the spring, usually after spring spray
their eggs upon the leaves.
Our V-3 fluid is a scientific substitute for all crude poisonous mixtures. Kills all leaf-
the excellent properties of the best with several peculiar to itself. It is instantly soluble wit
the foliage. No sediment to clog nozzles.
The cost of the V-I, 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 r
the best is invariably the cheapest. Call at our store and let us tell you more about this flu

The Hair Hardware Co

H. H. BROWN, Manager
LIVE OAK, .. ... ... I
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lying is done, and di

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IMlt PI)PI: TO FLORIDIA. Resolved, That the Florida Press As-i Fire Destroys Barn. Dr. York has been re-elected en- e % W P "*
sociation recommends and urges thel
b aby Ir" A t legislation recommends and executives the A barn belonging to B. W. Helven- grossing clerk of the legislature, aposi- V,twr a .v rt,,4.
l e Amwtilu to legislative and executive departments ston, just back of his residence on Hel- tion he has so acceptably filled for a tc) t'-tt ',
Irus Immigtioatu. of Florida to appropriate and expendi venston avenue was destroyed by fire number of terms. In fact for the pa.t W lt q ,
At rwA t meeting of the Florida at least $25,0(0 for the year 1909, and Saturday afternoon, together with a sixteen years he has held a poition at
Aorstn m St. Augustine the 'at least $25,000 for 1910 to advertise considerable quantity of feed, harness, every session, and is one of the best
wwg rmwiutions were passed: the State in newspapers and periodicals wagon, plows, and some forty or fifty en on .. 4
We e is tdi after hearing the outside of Florida; and that William T. a chickens in Florida on the work of
mwinterckedr. Yof Mr. Will- Blaine, on account of his close study the legislature. Dr. York, however. i
I m ms a iddra of nr. Will- Blahe, on account of his close study When discovered the tire was under a very busy man at home, and has ia 40
S T. on mraon that the and thorough familiarity with this sub- good headway, and before the company lucrative and splendid practice at h.,
t p nty of lonrida rests large- ject, be authorized and requested to arrived the main portion of the building profession dentist and h
Iy e a nrulturc and the bringing of present this subject to the proper State had been consumed. profession -dentistry, and he w~h
not have accepted the position at Tal.
m ps'idatyy into the State; and departments for this association. The origin of the tire is not known. lahassee at this time except for the fat "" "
t tlw partial profitable and eco- Resolved further, That this associa- There was some insurance on the build- that his health is not the best in th. "
au d way of securing immigration, tion recommends and urges every board in. world and he Reedals the change in twrk Ie" in ..... e
te mt far-reackung and moit effec- 'of trade, chamber of commerce, com-
t9v t he pwurwd for the best and most mercial club and like bodies to pass res-' (hject to Stron, Medicines. for a time, at least. He will be at hom. '," I
.4 Fridays and Saturdays during t. w,.. .
rnwmdul rnsulta w to advertise Flori- solutions at once urging the proper leg- Many people object to taking the sion of the legislaturdas :urin
Anm ta Northern and Western news- isolation to enable the advertising of strong medicines usually prescred by on nature.
poim and penrdical,. from which sec- Florida, as set forth in the foregoing f physicians for rheumatism. There is no ,I t
(kma oe must sweure new citizenship, resolution. need of internal treatment in any case Bids have been asked for by th.- a
w*rtk and energy to develop Flonrida's: Resolved further, That this associa- of nmuscular or chronic rheumatism, Iboard Air Line from several of the cr,n
rMauurr. end that this is the most tion urges every newspaper and period- Iand more than nine out of every ten tractors for the new union pasrng.er t M t%
importat subject twfore the people to- ical in Florida to recommend and urge! cases of the disease are of one or the depot. A letter from the Seaboard ,f Y ...
ia). therefore, upon all people in its ',vocal community other of these varieties. When there ticials to R. E. McNeill, president ,
to in every way use their best influence is no fever and little (if any) swelling, to Board of Trade, states that work ,
with their representatives in the legis- you may know that it is only necessary will commence in a few days on thde ,
lature to advertise Florida as herein: to apply Chamberlain's Liniment freelv pot, and that it will be completed tani
I yORIDA 5BOOK 'suggested, to the end that the citizen- to get quick relief. Try it. For sale ready for occupancy in a very .,h,,rt I,
ship, wealth and prosperity of this by Barclay & Groover, druggists. time. That's mighty good U new to th, ,
State may be rapidly increased, citizens of Live Oak and to the traiC.- ,
Resolved further. That the secretary 3thliodit (h Urch. ing public. (|hio .
Sof this association be instructed to send The Methdist church choir has pre- --- -- -"
Sa full copy of these res,,!utions to the pared some line Easter music for Sun- O I 111 i too II i I m I | |>|||||40 00 -
.governor of the Sta:.d, boLh branchesI day. The services will be at the usual
;of the legislature. ai c:onrnercial bod-;hurs for such. The pastor will preach IL i .J_ I _

ies inentiotned athvte. and to every
newspaper and !,enr,,i:cai in the State.

A.\ KiiMker
is a man whf., cai't seve giod in any pI:r-
son or ehing. It's a rabit caused by a
disordered liver. If ,.vu rind that you
are beginning to see things through
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in the morning on a uiibject appropriate
for the day.
Every member should .rndetavur to be
present. Strangers and visitors are
curdially weiconed.
The Blanche hotel changed hands
Thursday. Mr. Hopson, who has had




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g .l.tow) PIR4M'EEFDIINS. 8 per cent. interest thereon, and many
i warrants are discounted in addition to
S#. t ,1e 1 lMnl Ileld on interest paid by this Board, therefore
.-4.A. t.nl A I 949. be it

~i~9 Y P Q g l r I P e p i~r/S Y

was ~ U J i N Meeks, on uaessment 1909
s8 D Hualgms supervisor registration Mch
I tn i MKfti 18 l N L lacquey. rod wk N th dis Jan. Feb, Mh
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RESOLVED, that our Senator and
t hr.1 -nt. Commissioners Representatives support the following
f nr"- Wr : 'lolnd, met m and have same enacted into law:
o .h.ai m..on and was called A bill to be entitled, An Act to Em-
SM oly chairman power the Board of County Commission-
I W !..IvM.J. 1J. Chesh- ers of Suwannee County, Florida, to
a 1 .... a, .1. W. Carver and Issue Interest Bearing Coupon Warrants I
SI |I l-%' to take up and cancel all Outstanding
gIg .. n.',,-uln were rad County Warrants issue prior to Jan-
a .."... wit uary First, 1909.
v ... '. ii r"mr t with He it Enacted by the Legislature of
1.1 the State of Florida.
,,. ; .. t ': ith board. Se tion 1. The Board of County Com-
i, ),W' 1t1 rr-.ort of Ikense. missioners of Suwannee Countv, Florida
MQ 4 rmna ; w."ir thlti report of I are hereby authorized and empowered
|fm tfI< i*tl Itco1t. Kto issue interest bearing coupon warrants
^ r,.4 .I I Hmr\ kight and in a sufficient amount and sum to take '
~ Jl a wer. approv- up and cancel all outstanding County .
U lllp- Warrants on whatsoever fund issued
*** t Mr. Annie E. prior to January first, 1909, provided
Smlto 9 same ew ,oe not this shall not apply to School Warrants.
4ft Ikf tl c 1t ^ Said warrants shall be in denominations
h W lam K. Smith i of $100.00, 500.00, $1000.00 and $5000.00 .
a ',ed du shall bear interest at a rate not exceed-
l f InMe p.ro were ing six per cent. per annum, payable!
a p wh bot for th semi annually. Each of such warrants |
S i a m "eom.Fran- shall have attached thereto interest; =
fRk emwMl Mray I2.00
L sw cy .' !coupons, each coupon representing a 1
Ia $I i semi annual payment of interest. Said i
-1 e w a taunt-, "r "tat"t be m *Tdcwnsevuve-l y
r 1 te Ai* r Cio ly beginning with number one, and each
Am i i w"a t bwld interest coupon shall bear the number
S ri^ ver. of its warrant. Each warrant and in-
W- Iud to dirw two i terest coupon shall be signed by the'
_,. ~ beI Chairman of the Board of County Com-
'p|W m tto 3Monere and by the Clerk of said '
o I1eBoa rd. Each Warrat and interest (
h eLtr s nvewr by the coupon shall be dated and also bear its /
46 4 A J1 W. a r- due date. Said warrants shall be issu-,
Sd J. Car- ed upon the County Fund known as the
4 IJ-' i .c. tuttee to Outstanding Indebtedness and Interest
lpw twetIchme river, Fund.
eRw u the part of this Section 2. Under this act it shall be
4R ~Lb r, is built according
MA h s W blt according the duty of said Board of County Com-
... low cmmissioners to ascertain the aggregate
Scommit-amount of outstanding warrants coming
4. t -4-tboi to fwt~br help them im- of; and to ascertain the amount that
IMMlll 1ftb h yard; whereupon can be raised each year under the four
S-opmYd aommi"ioners mill levy authorized for outstanding
Med i y a fs committee to indebtednessand interest; such warrants .
4 % 1 0 IO vwmbility of making shall then be issued to fall due on such'
s*mdM t m and to inspect dates as that said fund will pay the in-
I srewdy made )y the terest on the aggregate amount of said .j
S t warrants and pay said warrants as '
S appointed to inspect they shall become due. .
I Mtta by Civic commit- Section 3. Said warrants shall be issu-
f bik tipate. advisability of ed, payable to the the order of the

In I L improvements reported party to whom issued. The interest
SIdtlldtW improvement coupons shall be made payable to bearer.
iP rmi n a tile walk four
SlaIgl the mouth side of court Section 4. This act to take effect im-
fllrm Ohio avenue to the mediately upon its approval by the
icl. anld a board fence be- Governor.
I l library and jail. Where- The following claims against the
b1Ml accepted the report and county were approved and ordered paid:
of the said committee, Paupaers s <.
that said walk and fence J H Rickerson, feeding prisoners M.arv'h t
^ YM K Broome, court commissioner's cost t6 O .l
J A McLeod. commissions on col. March 1142 '- -
S v kave the road leaving the WH Gornto & Co., repairs on closet
II I H stone public road about B Lord, commission as treaurer 0 77
B l m el 5m M, township 3, Live ak Manufacturing Co, lights March 1, 90
Suwannee Drug Company, toilet paper 75
m m ing ma southeast- Live O-k Pub Co. publishing min March 5 00
peaW 4 J. \. Bruwn's, j w Bryson. auditor March. 2 affidavits S
l- of e(tkhn 4. running R D Lasiter, turning bridge March and oi! 1l 25
S^ --. ,i- ,,,, ... T J Lyle. keeping clock Feb'y and March 7

250 pairs new Pants, sold every- Q(
where at $1.50; sale price O C

150 new Blue Serge Pants, best
sold the world over at $3.50.
Sale price while they last

100 doz. new Shirts, with collars
attached; worth 75c; now


$2. 4



1000 or more yards of Lace, worth
from 5 to 10c per yd;
to be closed out at 3c


50 new pieces Fancy Linens, 36 inch
wide; all the latest colors; sold (
20 to 25c; while the present 1 1
stock lasts, at -.--- 1

15 new pieces new White Madras
Goods; worth 15c; now

25 new pieces Indian Linen, worth
15c; sold now-_

15 new pieces Bleaching; worth
10 and 12.c; now


Prices on all our Stock marked in Plain Figuri

and going at

nl o

U I # t Charlie Hurst, mid work 3rddis Marh 13275
% em r t u road work 4th d, :March ; 3 [idSL er 3aie iric es
4 r. ol '% J w. B 4Jtl. e ccst state z, E Moarn
IA bt J II ~atia a rti g I wr7....
m" a a ualhj*! iarit- '- S, H .tur. roal work 2nd dis Feb &- Mch -4 '1
i ~WIk ., r'ul. t.~ fY J % t ,rnh-r taking 3 atti% ~its f,,r icer,e
~. ~~~lkrI, *''-.~crnimnal court
K.i.%.brdng stwo lridge -andl
*pb 4b Sa*. I ra t rd i t,1,-.i. i. Ationer)fur oThcc
108 040h~i""P,1:4 f Qir ~ l f IVA i.... r,~ot rc~it c,,jr, fa'-!M E
"~""'.0 The
I bo I all. I In It'r~ t atkNa Ha nk. 1 inwrezt
4M tg. *Sfe4.w *I Pelt I' Hrrt. cirrLb cost crmt nll obe
*mW f V I 1 4, rt.-a d k iggleworth. paer C H i90
i L; Ttkauuwa. professiual fl~cr;~r ur
Alex Stowart.prisoner SKY R, rit
OR %%A Ike I r-mig 5ms Hardwamr Cowpury. p aint fur
gr ~ra t rI Lrufaigrd bndse ......
i t KW B IbwCo. supplies C H 16 .j .
Jim. F~rl pairsi C H 191

V414,1 rcx ii

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Will only last a few more days

therefore we ask the public to take ad-

rantage of it now, before the Sale closes

rHE Easter Sale is continued for awhile in ordei
to give you advantage of buying some new goods
orderedd shipped in time to reach us when the sal
opened but were delayed in transit and have jus

Our Dry Goods Department is full of new good&
and a money saving proposition to the public.



Adrk 14t AI, A A 0 AukIlol

L Prso na i !Mitch Wynn was a visitor to Jasper,

Lac and Personal Monday.
i Rev. A. J. Futch, of Emerson, was
-- r bw e oes at Harvard's in the city Wednesday.
a lm B I FOR RENT-Furnished cottage, cheap.
|I ,A-r shoes at Harvard's Apply to J. H. Braswell.
im lum Arthur Lewin left Wednesday for
Mei ranor and blades. Suwan- Tampa to visit relatives.

- h9q (Co.
'-k f rmnt. Apply at the

lm IMown from 2p.75 up at the
l Nardw w Co.
1h6 will be an informal dance at
rI MWi Pnday evenmg.
16 "sAw by buying Selz Royal
ie sho. Nc('ullers Bros.
Jr McCe'llan, of Welborn, was a
ipr-mMt rvttor here Tuesday.
I or do4 w "666" will cure any
cow ol Oull and Fever. Price 25c.
GadCn tools of every description at
rlt price at the Hair Hardware Co.
Mr O0. T. Mattox and Mrs. C. S.
Aisworth are visiting in Jasper this
Boys' Knickerbocker suits in all the
tWt patterns and styles just received
at S. J. White's.
LOST-A gold mounted back comb.
aer please return to Democrat office
ad receive reward.
Sd Royal Blue $3.50 and $4.00 shoe
an squal to any $5.00 and $6.00 on the
urkLt. McCullers Bros.

Gudn plows and hoes-the kind you
eed to property cultivate your garden
-at the Hair Hardware Co.
lr,. Arnold P. Mickler left Thursday
SCapitola where she will spend some
tim viMtit her sister, who is quite ill.
Gdr'. Hoe., the kind that does the
wa~si My wid,. narrow --every shape
i nod for tale at the Hair Hardware

By. i,,utht and little gents Oxford
Im i t W, ptewntt and gun metals,
, ut

I &aT',,% rrti~rnrd to hi.s home
II 41" T4,,miat alt' r a very pleasant
waao hr, arh trotherr. Elh1. 0). T.

S K J..... ,Bnrien. ficr years
a 'wd(.f '? -%m ard 'f county com-
Siawmi *"S ') 'it) C?'t on business

t, M- :. :. ft I, rda for St. Au-
f ,~, rc ta* r he Iill spend severall
4" irf~tcr rvtnArnaf to Jacksonville
wrtr, %& haIM 8'r|>teJ a IMntM1I.
thwe ,i hr tw rrrnd l oting ball at
S1V,,, hK..,rl ndneia y evening.
i PMl WAmN 'mr the 4ccaiStio will be
%FMW6- i h a rer hle 'Whestra.
,.,I A1 } \ 7. 'V Ia ShlesType-
@9Bumr l 'tlMa I rt-w at ltryain-see
p 106Wi9 p.u ibu Addr.r. Western
(I rM t(#qv4 l, ifr' t (C'Gnttin.
Mft i 1 H ,.*,ail. Mr'. c ;e. E.
Ptv(c Jr vl lttie on. Kay. left
llm.t .f Mnutt.,n where they will
dpis .T r I ria 'i'iting relatives.
I I !0 '!h* thr,,'lhd date of the
IuuLrrtt ,j,,lJmns thit week the dra-
wtw ot4re ,, MV- II H. E:aton, secre-
tn ,f ith .Ar, h- St,'i Company,
with r!rrfrot- t,, the iplai "'The Starry
n"g' m| l,, :. tI' I'rt.sented here. have
biwn u omiitt

ll.r..', n(Tl tew is not -tlcien'lV large to entail
the engagement ,f a full time book-
keeper may have their books written
up by an rxIlrt man at reasonable cost;
also stterngraphic and typewriting work
expeditiously and neatly executed. G.
Rou., city.

Mrs. Leland Cross and baby are vis-
iting in Lake City this week.
Col. Ira J. Carter left Wednesday
for Atlanta on legal business.
Dr. Creekmore made a professional
visit to Dowling Park, Monday.
A. M. Mosely, of the Clayland settle-
ment, was in the city Wednesday.
5 or t doses "-666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Miss Rubie Jordan, of Dowling Park,
was in the city shopping Wednesday.
Mrs. P. I. McIntosh, of Luraville,
spent Wednesday in the city. shopping.
Pennsylvania Lawn Mower. best
made at any price. Ha-r laridware Co.
Easter egg b'hi'.t ::o',<:ru'w (Satur-,
day) at Mrs. W it''-' on Oh;i avenue.
Yandell Brown has re-,ntered the
Southern Business College for a renew
Don't forget the Easter egg hunt at
the residence of Mrs. Mickler on Ohio

Compliment to Mrs. GrisiW Clwy
On Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
her lovely home on Ohio Ave. Mrs. 0. A petitioM ra h
0. Williams entertained most delight- criminal eort d
fully in complemen to Mrs. S. T. Grim-1 signed by dtimnse pqa .
shaw who left on the 6th for Charleston! fourths of the taxes of S
S. C. where she will reside in the future ty, was presented to the boad qlD
much to the regret of her many Live ty commissioners at theirrqw t
Oak friends., ing in this city on ToesA y, At *k
Lovely palms and ferns were used in inst. After examining said ptitr
profusion and added a pretty touch to and considering the same, the board
the already attractive rooms. promptly gave its endorsement to the
Cut glass vases of American beauty prayer of the petition for the contin-
roses lent their touch of color. uance of said court. At the same time
The ladies enjoyed a thoroughly de- the board rescinded its former action
lightful chat with the guest of honor, requiring the supervisor of registration
after which a most interesting contest to go over all petitions for or against
which was thoroughly in keeping with the continuance of the court, as no pe-
occassion was enjoyed by every- one tition in opposition to the court was
present., presented.
Mrs. Williams was becomingly gown- This practically means that the legis-
ed in a champagne mussaline silk, Mrs. lature will not undertake at this ses-
Grimshaw was daintly attired in a light sion to abolish the court. Our board of
blue lingerie gown with lace trimmings.: commissioners is composed of public-
Delicous refreshments in two courses spirited, progressive and intelligent
were served, men, men who have shown by their ev-

Those present wtre, Mrs. J. D. Rad-
ford, Mrs. Geo. P. Butler,. Mrs. Cary
Hardee, Mrs. Sidney Hinely. Mrs.
William H. Lyie, Mrs. W. J. Hillman,'
Mrs. W. L. Tedder, Mrs. Eugene Carter
Mrs. Joe. S. Roof, Mrs Chas. Black-
burn, Mrs. L. S. Harvard, Mrs. C. N.
Hildreth Jr. Mrs. Nellie Airth, Mrs. H
F. Airth. Mrs. R. P. Hopkins, Miss
Wigfield. Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Grim-

cry official act that they have the best
interests of our county at heart. So.
in the present case the board did not
act hastily. There has been for months
much discussion of the question of the
advisability of continuing said court.
The records have been carefully gone
into and a statement prepared and ver-
ified, showing the financial condition of
the court and what it had earned for
the county. This statement shows be-

avenue on Saturday. yond question that from a financial
Every child in the city should hunt A great t Show ii To%% n. standpoint the court is a great success.
for the Easter egs on Saturday at the A medicine man is here for three or o, the board having this informa-
residence of Mrs. Mickler. four weeks advertising the famous Dr. tion, together with one of the strongest
There will be beautiful music at the Livingston's Remedies. Performances petitions ever presented to that body.
Methodist church Sunday, specially pre- are given in the afternoon and night., wisely endorsed the petition for the
pared by the choir for Easter. p The show is a good. one and comes free. continuance of the court.
It consists of negro minstrels doing This action of the board ought to,
Prof. Clayton and wife went to Fal- funny and ludicrous acts, singing, dan- ,and doubtless will, put an end to the
mouth Sunday to visit Mrs. L. Gcing, etc. As forthe medicine, it has'agitation that has been made for the
Meeks who has been quite i. been sold in the South for twenty years past few months with reference to the
All styles in all leathers in "Walkin and is backed up by a good stiff guar- criminal court of record, and ought to

last;" will not pinch the toes. For antee. Two things about the show are
men andchildren, at S. J. Whitt's Shoe that it is clean and it is free. You
Store. might spend a pleasant evening listen-
FOR SAILE Half Jerse and half ing to the program. The platform is
ub Ar b l, 4 a l. Gen a located on the vacant lot opposite the
Hubbard bull, 4 years old. Gentle and
easily managed. C. C. Poseyv R. F. D.
1. box 4. Welborn, Fla. medicine from any drug-store in the
See our misses' and children's spring Everybody should attend this show
styles in ankle strap, slipper ties and as it is up to date. and the best of its
pump, patent tans andi bla,, kids at S. kind ever seen in Live O)ak. The stunts

J. White's Shoo' St, re.

Miss Sue Hemming left W\idn,.,liav
for her home in Welborn after a vcry
pleasant visit i;i this city with h.r
friend, Miss Bianche Wolfe.
The office of the Noirh Florida L.um-
ber Company has be,ii in',". cd firnim the
Citizens' Bank building to their new
office building just east of their ware-

NOTICE---we wish to buy
500 to 2,000 pounds seed cot- j
ton. Sea Island Cotton Gin-
ning Co,

Dr. McRea, i ho moved here last
week from Colqui., (Ca., on Monday
purchased from I)r. 1.. M. Dixon his
dental parlors, business and real estate
on Pine street. Dr. Dixon, we under-
stand will move to Jacksonville where
he will practi,'e his profession. DIr.
McRea is highly rec, r 'V' i -;a l1ii1-
tist, and will n i .l.. ,, ',,,,
The free Thow in the I'ar"shi'cvy it,
opposite the court hoUs:.c' everV night,
for the purpose of adve rti.ing thve Ir.
L.ivingston remedie-s, is the best little
show that has evcr *.>itei' thi city.
The negro minstrels, in their acting,
singing and dancing, art \very good.
and furnish am1semnent of a h:i-h class
for two or three, hours. It is a clean
show and is being !iberally patronized. !
An informal dance was given at thei
Ethel hotel last Friday night. Splendid

Walter Hill. of Columbus, Ga., is in music was furnished by Mrs. Robey
the city visiting his sister. Mrs. Han-' rouch. Those present were Misses
cock. Mr. Hill came to Florida for his' Naomi Hampton of Hampton Springs,
health and this climate agrees with Esther Haile of lake City, Rosa Lee
him, and he has improved so fast that Lewin. Katie Crouch, Miss Douglass.
he has about decided to permantly lo- Messrs. Chas. McKinnon, NMarvin But-
cate here and embark in the dairy busi- ler, Joe Hinely. E. H. Hardison. The
nes. He formerly owned a dairy farm dance was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
at Columbus. Ga.. and thoroughly un-- Ebb Harris and .Mr anr! 1Mr Jack Tav-
deratands the business. lor.
Dr. .. M. Dixon expects to leave Col. C. A. flardee, of this county, i

pulled off by the colored comedians are
rich and rare and are enjoyed lv. the
large throngs of people that gather in
afternoons an.i evenings.

The tish-fry at Gum Slough ,;i Tues-
day evening was enjoyed by quite a
number from this city. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Coach-
man, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hinely, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Roof. Mr. and Eb Har-
ris, W. A. Edwards, Mi;s Jessie Lane,
Joe Hinely, Miss Douglass, Frank
blackburn, Miss Esther Haile, Karl
Bardin, Miss Naomi Hampton, W. H.
Hair and Miss Clara Hall.

stop unwarranted criticism by those
who have never taken the time to in-
vestigate the facts so as to know wheth-
er such criticism had any foundation.
We commend the board for their ac-
More than nine out of every ten cates
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.

Apt d-MNW

Api n'~ -~ ~L
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Joo. A. Wray. re",
Sondarr t SAWA. I11@i
Evesuiw ~eerimr, 7&a" j

B. Y. ;. U'.. 3 of 0-th
Mid-twek pras rw i I
day evening, 7o hcw

and 7,p m
SundIa% w'dv.',po aw & .
LoyaVtl Workers ai iis
Sl'%(ralr 14W;Ow 0 Nowma
.'mulwrc Ihr timeis tthw'maat

Notice ut of kpPatii
Under .Srrt .", 4
of Floria.

chaer(d WV a.f bww*e %a
dul uJuly. A 1) 11m %w
tofy jw a" ho w'1
to issue toa sWM" 006e
embmr.O the tI:dbw
ne'in emwaf atem Oe4
township 4.. m'h. .qp 4
4& iaem bow amewd
V Jd aurA iwe
U Rims V emi AvertACMeto abo
Inl to la w&.60" o*m
dawofMay 4 1 I
W Apnrei a i44 o ad 40
(Jay o( A pri i A w

Florida a-,& l vs
(Vy r,.
%, 1%tanl..
tt'* 4tcr A 4
am* Br,* aLIVl 'a
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ad K S Aiur'.

lav it, NW.,
S -

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Pa a .ivia, v* .1so. %
To Dan i fIki%, w

Y uu awntd owh 4
ibnimand r.im .Iat o %-
W~ t on M d al s o v 3 9 4 J I
cflhcrwmu hwaievot.- .1
as ,-nbhm S bi 4, a'4oA 4I

the Suwanrw.. I q.r *
in Sk k(JoC4411 sIkv & '
TtIs Apr -*IL *


L E R&,toruu. I *m,, mep s 6

Beautiful Eastcr Millincrj

Ribbons, Lace and Embroidery, Dress Goods and

Fancy Notions all at prices under the ordinair

OUR expenses being less

than the regular milli-

nery stores, we can afford

to sell HATS at a much

smaller profit.


See our j r : '. Led

Regular I w ,. \ s As
at 'Lin

White Lincsr' ', t

This Department is in

charge of two first-class

trimmers, and our styles

are strictly up-to-date.

j I

Regular i'k Sir

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G. B. Lord, Commission...........
Citisea Bank, Interest...........
T otal .......... .................. ..
Burlington No. 5.
Sue Hemming, teacher...........
G. B. Lord, commission ............
( tiazemn Bank, interest......

$ 51.42


Total ....... .... $ 6.63
I)empet y and Hall No. 7.
( l ILrd, commission... ... .15
* it,r's Bank. Interest .23

l -Al~k. -.. .21S
'i i ~ i~rlI''u~tun No ~..1

4 ~ .51
1 1i Miday No. 9.
k ~ I T, -wr. rj flt f uid .7
Lord. c''mmris,:in .24
1 1Irne, tt-achcr-TA ... o
I P 1Iara, teachcIr .
a I. interested ...... 14
,,I.rt'* IlHrdlware (Co. broom

*anwiniiunt in all $2.3i4.S.
I :. lw .ini no further business the
f-a (id wij4urned to mecet the 1st Tues-
*.!;i In May.
C. H. BRINSON, Chmn.
J W. QIJARA, Sec. and Supt.

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W* W thw Munt ihstrnct Woman's Club Column I
peCpa .1d e iabuMehmwii a" D sal special
f s M RIE PORTER, Editor.
&*W dW a whm site. be estab-
bt Nla rlms community known The regular meeting of the Woman's
l* S mb SeHooL Club has been postponed from Satur-
IuiW~ Mt the Supt. carpet the day April 10 until Wednesday April
dpLM. the board to furnish the 14, at 3:30 o'clock.
NA This meeting will be open and the
fb hu4 ordered an election in the public is cordially invited to attend.
bf Altrieta, for the purpose of There will be a meeting of the Ex-
dfh Truste O'Brien, Midway, ecutive Board at 3 o'clock, the last
ifa d Branford. I meeting of the year, a full attendance

OWr tat the patrons of Mount
f t eammunity build outside of
de tiw mie limit, from Wellborn.
Ine b ving accounts were approv-

aidadwdwrd paid.
I. ll Placing seats...
L J. B- &A Co., Rent..........
W TwaEm mon, Balance on
L*y Land school house........
J. L. Canon, Repair on Pea-
k ci kool ho se ................
*J. SUtao, on well at Ornnge
h Nat. Bank, Interest.....
| Mbm Bank, interest.........
SI. I Lr Commission..........
WV. J. Jakin, Placing seats...
LA. L WVrilsworth, Station-

J |1 Pab Co. Pub. min.
h L Id placing seats
amhI, teacher
W &| U a dL teacher
L L ite acher
A L I teacher

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is urged.
The program is as follows:
Paper- Disease Carriers, Mrs. C. S.
Paper Prevention of Tuberculosis,
Miss Annia White.
Discussion Members
Mrs. Wm. Tedder, Cor. Sec.

The Literary Society.
The Sidney Lanier Literary Society
met Friday, March 26. There were
several visitors present and we all en-
joyed having them. The following pro-
gram was well rendered:
S 1. Song-Society.
."1 -eail n i iiu_ es.. l ,ec .


2. neaadg o0 minutes by sec v.
Reaing- e hgon Ir- r lly' Proposition. The music at the Episcopal church One more solid carload of Chairs jut
4.50 ing b Laura Parnell. M Washington rvuSunday will be unusually good. Sever- arrived. J. B. Barton & Co.
7.50 ing, by Laura Parnell. Mr. Sully proposes a chain of bonded al new voices have been added to the
al new voices have been added to the t your next pair of shoe be l
300 4. Recitation-Selection from Sleepy warehouses throughout the cotton belt choir, and the music will be a very in- et your next pair of shoes be Se
:,.00 Hollow, Mary Bothwell. for the storage of cotton. He says teresting feature of the beautiful Eas-RoyalBlue. McCullers Bros.
25.00 5. Vocal Solo-Callie Hankins. whenever the farmers and the business tr sr s at t cr.
'W *O DvicIter services at that church. Heavy, impure blood makes
0K).00 t;. Reading Rip Van Winkle. by men of the South say the word the; niu ,imply compleon hea
7.00 Benhe Thurmond. money for carrying out his plans will Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Roof and little luddy pimply complexion. head-
5.00^ 7. Paper The Man who has immort- be forthcoming. The farmers and daughter Joe S.. Miss Jessie Lane, W. aches, nausea indigestion. Thin
-. ) atized "Rip Van Winkle," bv Clifford business men of the South say the word A. Edwards, Miss Annie Bouldin and blood makes you weak, pale sickly.
SParnell. at once. Jame Register spent Sunday at Jasper Burdock Blood Bitters makes the
.)K0 8. Duett Mima Hankins and Bessie Mr. Sully proposes that the ware- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Register. blood rich. red, pure-resores per-
:>.X) Bardin. houses shall be sufficient for the stor- returned from Mont- health. 2
:1).(N) Dr. West has returned from Mont-
.. 9. Jokes Willie Airth. age of one-third of the crop. The far- gomery, Ala., where he was called by
5 1. Reading Selection fromAlhambra mers who so desire can store their cot- the illness of a member of his father's Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is the
by Florence Dickert. tjn in these, and borrow money on family. est remedy for that often fatal
11. Recitation Pearl Wilder. warehouse certificates. In this way disease-croup. Has been used with
,., 1'2 Sextette Thelma Cassin, Ethel it will not be necessary for such ofi Dr. Brown returned Tuesday from success in our family for eight
Blume. Sallie Porter, Warren Mills, them as are pressed with debt to throw Swainsboro. Ga., where he has been years."-Mrs. L. Wbtieacre, Buffalo,
., ,* J I). Henry and Anbrey Evans. their crop on the market when prices visiting his daughter, Miss Loyselle, x. Y. 2
S 1:4. Intrumental Solo Alma Bevans. are low aad thereby depress them still who is in school there.
,, S)ng Society. further. Notice of Application for Tax Deed HOME ENIK)RSEMENT.
1 The attendance in the high school Of course there are warehouses in Under Section 575 General Statutes
:,,, tha bhwn very irregular this month on the South now, and money is advanced of Florida. Hundreds of Live Oak ('tlenw ('a
A cciunt of sickness. on cotton stored in them, but the mag- Notice is hereby given that A. L. Bryson. pur-.
chaser of tax ceificate No. dated the 2nd Tell lou All About It.
S The pupils have begun practicing the nitude of the plan which Mr. Sully pro- dchas of July. ea. 10. filed sd ti t Tell You Al Ahpub .
,, commencement. Each one is doing his poses would probably result in lower in my ofce and has made application for ta deed
th i to the and certainly intosueinaccordaneewith law. Said certificate m- pression of Live Oak people, should
,, t and this promises to be the most storage, and would certainly result in braes thefollowing described property, situate


ll ... ...I in Suwannee county, Fla. to-wit: Sof nwand e evidence beyond dispute for r
brilliant commencement in the history more plentiful money and lower inter- n ofi e and swl of and seof sw. see- l er spute or **rr
,of the school. est charges to the borrower. The plan tion 14, township 6 south range 14 eat 240 acres. reader. Sure th
p II t the said land being assessed at the date of the pn(ce of friends and neighbor. h.r
The followig pupils constitute the would help to steady the price of cot-o issuanceof such certificate in the name of J.
h ollo t pls ont to ul ot Douglas. Unless said certificate shall be re- fully given by them, will carry moore
-,, h.no,r ,roll for the past month: ton. It would not be depressed as it deemed according to law, uax deed will isue .
Mima Hankins, Annie Barclay. Alma generally is when the farmers are mar- thereon.on the 10thday of May. A. .. 1909. weight than the utteranres of s rsat
Witness my official signature and seal this 7th ers residing in faraway I,l1rr ip. I
he- arians. Flossie Byrd. Maggie Holmes, keting their crops, and rise again after day of April, A. D)..1a. i rsiin in raWay
!44 9U4a JfA- W.A I). the folowing:
h,; Ruby Williams. Pearl Wilder, Evelyn they were no longer interested in it; Clerk ciruit court. Suannee county. Fora foloin
Conner. Bessil Baldwin, Iaura Parnell. for the plan would assist them to market R- S. Williams. r rer.d
Anni HBell I.\le. it throughout the year, instead of in Notice of Application for Tax Deed str('et, Live Oak, Fla a Pa li s
Three or four months, and would fur- Under Section 575 General Statutes of ac(he and pains in my sld.* a.t ,.r
Florida. had beeon my chief troo:l.- tm- *ars
\. i, Mi-, ByrdI Entertains. nish tlh.m with the greater part of its oda had bn my chif tro
Notice is herebv giver, that A. I.. iryson. pur- I was often so stiff and ':i. ', .a'
Iol i Miss A!vne Byrd entertained a num- value without the necessity of selling. chaser of tax cerificae No. S. dated the2nd day
l her of friends at her home last Friday The business men of th South as of July. A. D.. 1, hasfiled said certificate in my, could hardly get about .a .
o.i br of friends at her home last Friday he busandhaes menre opliction fr deed to aThe actin of .n fr dd
.i.i evening. Those present were Mvrtie well as the farmers should respond to issuein accordance with law Said certificate 't acton of the kin*i -**'**.s,
iolfe, F nie Mr garet H ti f tiembracs the following described property, situ- was also too frelunT a t 't is
o, iWolfe, Flossie Byrd, Margaret Holmes, this proposition, for their prosperity e in Suwannee county. Florida. t-it: Nw
".00 Ethel Blume, Mary Blume, Mary Both- depends almost as largely on the price of ne ct tonshe i 6. ,out range t.. account my rest a, nlht .,' *
ti..0 well, Thelma Cassin, Lydia Creekmore; of cotton as the prosperity of the far- the date of theissuanceof said certficte in the Afriend told me ho h.t a ', ,,
Snae of unknown. LCnies sadA certificate shall !' cred of similar %mv'om.',on. i: ita
:..(00 Mesrs. Hunter. Harris, Blackmon, mer themselves. With cotton sacrifice be redeemed according to law. tax deed will a ure st1iar orns d. o> *. a


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r ed by an uncle. That is a mistake.
It was Warren who was taken by an
melk-or rather kept by him until he
re away and became a cabin boy on an
Oio river steamer. But Tom remained
at hoe with me and my earliest recol-
Inrtioe of him is of being tied with him
too a hd pot in our home to prevent
s from getting into the fire. Tom was
S~Wrs naktir than I was. but that

the written acknowledgement of such
notice from the purchaser. We will
not waste space in giving the reasons,
for they must be apparent to any man
who has sense enough to serve in the
capacity of a legislator.
Attend to some of these practical
matters, legislators, in which all the
people are vitally interested and when
vnu return home at the close of the

ad mt prevent him from playing with' session, the people will rise up and call
b with me as we were thus held in you blessed. -Jasper News.
"My meaolletions of him as a man is
Ia he wa of a serious, conscientious a
dm i llkfo nature. He was studious P t W s
htm esood and very thorough in all Wood'
hMt Ie I am sure that if he had oTh
IM he weald have succeeded in what-
eerm he oartook.." IP an r m

Wetk for the Legislature.
We trout that the members of the
ir-tre will not waste all their time in
d et counties, wrrnglingover spec-
il ghrtrrs for towns and cities and in
nmovtan memorials to congress, but
wm pt in a little of their time in the
eartmRst of laws for the benefit of
the bborig and industrial classes.
We eed legislation to regulate the
mat and service of the express com-
pmki These companies should be
phbilted from doing business in this
ktate. or the Railroad Commission
amuld be given absolute control of
the as to rates and service.
Our license law is nothing in the
werd but a legalized robbery of the
lahrmo classes. There is no sounder
propoItion on earth than, the property
of th country should bear the burdens

Thirty years in business, with
a steadily increasing trade every
year-until we have to-day one
of the largest businesses in seeds
in this country-is the best of
L:idence as to
tie Superior Quality
of Wood's Seeds.
We are headquarters for
i Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oa&i,
Cow Peas, Soa Beans aL J
a!! Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive Catalog
:ie ro.it u-eful and valiahi' (,o
;..r.i n a ,I Farm seed Catalo.s
"n.ui~, fret" on request.

i. W. WOOD & SCS,
Seedsmen, RIchmord, Va
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A Farm for $10

------ IN THE -

Sunny San Luis Valley



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

10 to 1,000 Acres per Farm

AT $200 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.
We will furnish round trip railroad tickets FREE
to one member of each club to inspect land. We

no liheral emmi.sion. Full particulars on request.




Farris of Dural Speaker of House and
Hnlrmin of ll M ni PrP sidenllt iof

MYa paopt skr ttwt^88 r
MW PO- bein adt hma
ought hair -d- ao t m -
hair coaMtamrq A 9-uMs viWi
ii not devoid of chart; i nem
The diaspttofn of the avni e wkw
headed man Is to show s uiilbssdb
for the welfare o other that i he
lects himself. A germ cases bAbri
Prof. Sabouraud, of Paris, Fraue In-
nocculated a rabbit with Dandruff prm.
.causing it ceoaa .

ITOINWALL JACKSON'S SISTER of the country, but this infamous li-
cense law levies tribute on the labor of
Up i Ohio Talks of the Famous Gen- the country in a manner both unjust
eral. and tyrannical.
Columbus, 0., March 3.-Mrs. Laura Our pension law is inequitable and
Ja son Arnold, sister of Stonewall unjust. Pensions of at least $15.00 a
Jackon, celebrated her eighty-third month should be given to every worn-
birthday Sunday by taking a mile walk out, needy Confedarate soldier, or the
and receiving her friends, to whom she widow of a Con rate soldier-and
told some interesting recollections of this our people will give gladly-but to
her noted brother. The home of the tax poor men and poverty smitten wid-
Jacksons was at Clarksburg, Harrison owds to pension the wealthy and well
county, Virginia, but she came to Co- Ito do, is unjust and a shame and an
lumbus soon after the close of the Civil outrage. Presidents of banks worth a
War for rest and recuperation, and for million dollars are today on our pension
the last twenty-nine years has lived roll and it is a shame to them, a dis-
here. Her husband is dead and they grace to the State and an injustice to
had only one child-a son now in busi- every taxpayer in our commonwealth.
new in the South. Another law needed is one to require
"I am the only surviving child of all who take what is called a Retainer
Jonathan Jackson," said Mrs Arnold. Title note, to have them duly recorded
There were three of us-Thomas in the office of the clerk of the circuit
(Stonewall,) Warren and myself. Some court and to impose a penalty for trad-
biogrphies of Stonewall Jackson state ing property, for which such notes
that he was taken when quite young and were given, without written notice and

lliaLLU iui 111i1 Cel Ilen.
Charles Q. Rivers of Columbia was,
defeated by J. C. Maires for nomina-!
tion of assistant chief clerk.
George B. Dickinson of Orange wasi
nominated for bill clerk.
Nat R. Walker received the nomina-
tion for reading clerk by acclamation.
Morris Michelson, over W. B. James,
for assistant reading clerk.
For engrossing clerk, Dr. York was
nominated by acclamation.
For enrolling clerk, C. M. Brown and
B. F. Umstead were nominated. The
former won by a vote of 40 to 28.
For recording clerk, R. A. Gray was
nominated by acclamation.
Victor Lewillin, messenger; George
E. Hawkins, sergeant at arms; J. W.
Allen door keeper; Rev. J. R. Taylor,
Senate (Caicus.
The caucus was called at 8 o'clock p.
m. Frederick M. Hudson, of the 13th
district was nominated president of the
senate over J. H. Humphries of the
27th district by a vote of 20 to 11.
Officers and attaches were then elect-
ed as follows: President pro tem.. Sen-
ator D. H. Baker of Orange; secretary
of the senate, Charles A. Finley; as-
sistant secretary, A.C Sellars; bill
secretary, C. 0. Andrews; recording
secretary, Mrs. L. B. Young; reading
secretary, Nat Marion; assistant read-
ing secretary, C. P. Smith; engrossing
secretary, R. A. Smith; enrolling sec-
retary, Charles Sams; sergeant at
arms, F. C. Williamson; messenger,
Elmer McCreary of Gainesville; chap-
lain, Rev. Samuel Morand; doorkeeper.
T. A. Morgan; janitor, Arthur Kersall;
pages, Jeff Davis Beard, John Gam-
brill, Elmore Collins of Sumteir county.
I.eislature (Organizel.
Tallahassee, April 6. Both branches
of the legislature of 1909 were called
to order at 12 o'clock today and were
formally organized for the work of the

In the house of representatives the
names of the nominees of the demo-
cratic caucus of last night were presen-
ted by Representative Hillburn, of
Putman county, while in the senate
the names of the caucus nominees were
presented by Senator McMullen, of
f Tampa.
The governor's message was receivetl
and read in each house. The real work
of the session will not begin until Pres-
ident Hudson and Speaker Farris an-
Snounce the committee assignments of
Sthe house and senate. These officers
are expected to finish this work before
i the end of the week.


I .I h a % t, oi,-~'hait c :,i N.".
but D~oan'. tavillo JuLZ3VP Ji-.t ;h-,
resiills T t .v ct m ldl% t n
regular e the olj w iirfectIy

.XI'.oona. Pa.

...............causing t to become totally bald VDm 1 Mwo"ss wll
Senate. weeks' time. To rid the salp of these Ha-- _
dangerous gerea It Is necesary to applOy
Newbro's Herpicide. I iJ A
Tallahassee, April 5.-After a spec- "Destroy the cause-you remove the* dl'qk l*
tacular fight in which every inch of effect" r ,
-Sold by leading druggit. Bead e in ml f,
ground was vigorously contested, Ion stamps for l amle to The Herplcde Co.,
L. Farris of Duval county was nomi- Detrolt. Mlch. d1.0 T m
rep- SizPs--50 cents and 11.00. i T l* $I L -
nated for speaker of the house of rep- uwannee Drug Co., special agents. the q-atsel y I. lt
resentatives at the caucus tonight over wly by te
Alexander of Volusia and Roberson of Suwannee Democrat, $1.00 a Ye4r. 9[5 fl l
Suwannee county, MacWilliams of St.
Johns and Carter of Alachua having re-
tired from the race.
The house caucus was called at S:05st a d i
p. m. Calkins, of Nassau. nominated
Farris, Duval, for speaker; Thornton, Dixie lyer and SouthAMII
of Volusia, nominated Alexander, of
Volusia, and Davis, of Madison, nomi- DIXI FLYER.
nated Roberson, of Suwannee. The .;
vote was as follows: Farris, 39; Alex- 10.1m0 P Lv. Waycbo 4 | *
ander, 13; Roberson, 16. 112 m. ~ T l, 1M |
3.n5 a m. so. iaco
J. G. Kellum was unanimously\ nom- _. Ja. m. Ar. Adim a 6I*
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5 43 p n Lv....... .. ... .uwanner Kivrr
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Iound at Live Oak. For information rlcarlir. r**- -.
T. P. ALSroN. Superintendt-nt-
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Ib ma lbr Br. ( dford county
- 9 TslvY a chIek for $1,964
me aw of UW OWWAN ownB lamre
k-W1 -ta ia the ceooty. Tbhese
40 -I0 m dl ra imds pay about
yM ameM the(ae ty. When
| m- I tautio for public improve-
gl mvelwry may to see that we
mg rftry" t the bet end of the
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desire for its enforcement. Governor

feur Dredges at Work.

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that bs the pth in this new depart- South which a not sustain a popula-
we but fully cognizant of every detail tion vastly greater ad. when it comes
and from the experience already gained to material resources the Post declares
will hve all plans caiefu"y made be- that there is no equivalent area of the
fore inflicting the daily ;:pon the unr* s- entire globe which is more richly en-
pecting public. Sanfcrd dema!.C.., a dowed.
daily next fall and conri'lling the pc,'icy All that is needed is for the South to
of giving our raiders what tcy desire, be thoroughly awake to her marvelous
Ti:e Herald will at the p'ouer time opportunities, and no one can contem-
laur-h a da Iv that vill full. ct ver the plate the record of her recovery from
fiek in eve.y respect. -Sanford ilerald. paralysis of war and doubt that she has
the requisite vim and energy to make
Priew t Trial of Murderr. the possibilities of her future real-
-On the t.rst cppcrtuni'y to d-raon- Tampa Tribune.
strate h-i respect for the lkw ard his


New Goods, New Styles. The latest l &W 1
all Departments at our store.

Giichrst has not been fvuiUi wanting. There are four dredges at work in the
(lom M"w He issues pro-Lmation requesting drainage district now instead of two, Your special attention is called to our line of Ladie' NigMt Own
gft yes ago the open saloon agita- th pr-ople to refrain from lawless acts and the work will progress more rapidly Underskirts, Undervests and Corset Waists. We have aim jut a 8
M mv k eWtter show of success in connection with the capture o the now. The State will soon receive about to our stock a line of WARNRt'S CORSETS, which are noted for t
s q Iave today At that time murderer of Sheriff Langston, of Leon $400,000 from the special drainage tax, nice fitting and good wearing qualities. Call and see them. Price. M
O Ran r bars to treat and load up county and orders Circuit Judge Palmer which was recently declared constitu- to $1.50. All sizes, 18 to 32.
M, eawrn wnih bialu and Wmoney to hold a special session of his court tional. Ninety per cent. of this drainage !
# Ip ppr ., ,f minrencmn the aver- next Moncay to proceed at once with tax, of 5c per acre, is paid by five or
op w ,,a ition aind eircumstan- the trial of the negro. This is exactly six land companies, who have in one HAY, OATS, FEED, tiC.
go ~g.0t n ,,% Our people have the proper course and it is significant way and another acquired about 75 per Choice Timothy Hay is sometimes difficult to get, but we have -
ome bth ,.+P ,a*sia and local op- that, in nearly every case where they cent. of the Glades land. These big ceeded in getting a car which is strictly fine; also a nice lot of Famry
a l t9. with the result that a have been assured of immediate action land companies have combined and Oats. Good Bran, Shorts, Cotton Seed Meal, Scratch Feed for fowh,
iV ari favraie to,,c al by the courts, the enraged people have fought drainage successfully in the and all goods used in this line.
l pU 4.lt it r,-Rep)rter. permitted the law to take its course- courts every time, except this last ef-
Tampa Tribune. fort, which has proved a victory for
as a* gt -- 1 tqe State and drainage. We hope that SPECIALS
a m r i* m% %I; 1agamin I, e 1rc- Padons are fewer, one of the canals will be completed
,,w e~gquturr The proper The Tribune notes. in the account, f this summer.-White Springs Herald. Everything in this line the best.
l 4 st thM limw for the lkgiala. the recent proceedings of the State McLeran's 4X Butter. McLeran's Chokice Ronsted Coffee.
fmgo n .* *, ) ,t hard that it Pardon Board, published this morning, Whence This fight?. Mceran's Spec Blend Roated Coffee.
*s ow Mri gain. Mr Wales has 'that the change from former tendencies Why this suggestion of the removal MtLeran's Specia Ble(n Roasted Corfp.
I oe d pbmaas thousands of of that body is becoming more marked. of Dr. Sledd, president of the State "White Rose" Canned Vegetales (Nohiql battr pit up.l
A W *Ia nl the work that he For instance, the majority of applica- University? Wherein has he offended? "Kauffman's Ideal" flour (None better, few tquak.
to f"il fwth ta He abandned lti)ns for pardon are now refused, where- Wherein has he proved deficient? Isn't Armour's Star Hum. (
f p6* # try t c uiewt the Indian ias the former rule was the reverse. it a fact that the high character of Dr.
9V o tm and when another ,man The Board seems to make careful in- Sledd and his unusual gifts as an edu-
w w M aw av t. Waileclaimed vestigations of each application and to cator are responsible largely for the We handle only the Best which is always the T
i t r e t and demands full pay be determined that, hereafter, no par- clamor against him?
g W rov edat f.r the thousands d ns shall be granted unless on satis- Dr. Sledd is not given to much pub-
i he a N aimrvh received Jas- factory proof of innocence, improper licity or blowing of his own trumpet; t e mt
sho. conviction or other conclusive reasons. he seldom appears in the newspapers or A I
The Tribune weleom',s the new order parades his achievements before the c e f ll tCr lll C
"111t16 .far. of things with genuine pleasure. It public. He has been content to do his
that ,O ..htor has in means a great deal for the maintain- duty. to devote his entire time and tal-
te metart ,f t.h .res As- iance of law and order in the State of ents to the making of the State U W lboni- onda
ma a rrrf Ni h% the fact that Florida. -Tampa Tribune. versity, and this has given him no time
l s m. r rhnt, the bust- to ;eek the favor of politicians or bend "The Store that Sets the Pace."
Sm l. ha'h AII, # carried *iDves ,inRailro Comm"-sion. he knee in quest of fulsome flatte'ry.
He has adhered so closely to the Uni-
* i al) managed just We are indebted, o the courts f rversit and to his duty theretreo that he -
40412%s if, e -r dm" irueg it. the State Railroad Commi.. r. ir,.r a has incurred some hostility from those Notice of Application for Ttx Ntiv of armiaemart
S,,. .., ,,s C ,y of its tenths annual r,,, ot. 'veir- who seem to believe that the test of a Deed Under Section 575 Ge circuitt rt"" '" t ,tr..(e
* b"lm!>hblhmg t, the fact ing the business year en-n, March 1. public servant is abiit .,, get into the al Statutes of Florida. S, a .. Flora- c Br. Pt... .
1 t0 tea e f.etun,. in .cuaring l.09. The report seems to te a full elimlral Statutes of Florida. ,'unntrarA.a**BCo..t -.um,
limelight. Lr.. Lumber ',mpne). Garrshmp Sawme mw
wnhe ae th,rghlh c.mp tent. and careful resume of the work of the Notice i herehy iven t tat A. L Bryson. pur- ; 'ur i
D)r. Sledd has kept the State Univer-ichaser of Tax Certificate No. 2., dated the '7h To .tAdkins. Blwr& amm('t%,ideo am
rao tsa& trw min their ..irk and commission during the year. and from it just where it should be -out of iday of June A. 1D.1 ^. has filed said certificated a:l the"1 whim it -eay cmrn Ywh g tm
ta far.f fti e l~ake. the cursory examination we have beel>n in my office. and has made application for tax rottiti ti.at a wro. f rarnwirah hdema
so- a r ,, a f ,isi,-0v Iake- the cursory examinati, n we have len ipliti.,s and in its own sphere as an in- ieed to issue in accordance with law. Said cer- in the ati.>e a. and tOlt your p l r tm *
wa m N able to give it, the members of the l i u iticate embraces the following described prop- han I- of 1'wlhy 1.umntwrlvCovnpmy egaWg
stitution of learning. He is such a ert. situated in Suwannee county. Florida, to- nisheed. and tat unhsm ryou a*.M- 9g d
commission seem to have been faithful good educator that he is a failure as a wit. Sw-4 of ne' of section ll.township 1 south. court on or before the 7th day ,E J M. A .* INS
SM to h rfrman f th ir ti range 13 east. 40 acres. The said land being as- judgment by default will be ntemd Vns
in te performance their duties n- ,liti ian. sessed at the date of the issuance of such ctrtifi- (" (I BtIWER. Pu.M
bug- about the e'% ', if the ('in der the law. We are as firm a eliiever tcate in the name of unkni.wn. Unless said cer- D)ated March 24th. It 0 : a
o at te ,, ,arst deal 4 cn- thea. r Hence he must get out, say the feW tif.cate snall be redeemed according to law. tax ___..
Ste(. a rr-at ,,.al f sen- in the maintenance of the railroad com- who are stirring the discord. The Trib- ed will issue thereon on the 10th day of May. NT
te s e ,a that ,eems won- mission as we are of the primary elec- une thinks it will be a sad day for the witness my official signature and .al this the
6 OapphW d NSo doubt many tion system. The law under which Uniri when r. ledd is removed. th day of April, A. D. n the ircuit(ourt. Thid Jud rru.
SW l*"V UI ni ltvr when Dr. Sled is removed. J. W BRYSON Fl-in.ia. in anl for Sutann*w tun g 1Cha-
tee peupse th hel.le scon- each operates has its defects, but these The Tribune does not enjoy the honor Ilerk Circuit Court Suwannee county. Fl.rida R. Nwasi,. emp, ain t katir Hce.,
I m emronaly nrot th.e- faults will be cured in time and they will be- of Dr. Sledd's acquaintance, but it has Sabelia Hunter. Samuel Hunter t &1 %we64
aseortam if 1w l b, by law. come. as they should be, the strongest some acquaintance with the work he is Notice of Application for Tax To HattieHunte. Sabel Hunter a .me
lb "WNit 1 1 ot sight of bulwarks of the rights of the people. doing. He is making the State Uni- Deed Under Section 575 Gen- You are hereby c mmand and war, be
W1b m0t hale t .l% themlslveq Bartow Courie,-Informant. versitv a real University and there eral Statutes of Florida. aik a,,ar at thtecourtou.s..e arinw.
S0 e mw ia# the o wsituatim in da, on Monday. May 3. I=.l. to aswer a h #
iT ,W t *tuatxw in isn't another man in Florida so well Notice is hereby giventhat A. L. Bry~ n. pur- c plaint exhibited against y u aind mWohheri h
*molm 8 e arm 8.,sable. For The future of the South, fitted for his work as he. chaser of Tax (ertificat No. 2. dated the 7th i,,'ade. ather .t amn~ nwm w

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In the gratifying forecast which The
Washington Post makes of the future,
development of this section alone" in-
dustrial and commercial lines the peo-
ple of the South will find very great
To show that in the rate of progress
we have fairly led the piocssin. hli.
,,tobrvant newspaper points out the
fact that whereas the twtntv-nine,
rates s of the North gainrted only r.ne-
t,* n mrinilbrs of (',ngress from l1,l
t1 I'.* '. the fifteen states of the S,.ith
d ,r;:tz t if same id cadl. ,gainelfi n;ne.
an, t'i ant. : c authority states that th,
i: ra;-e' .i;, pn the basis if the lex\t
, i.s, .% .Ii be ev.-n more pronounced.

Miir''\ver. the Pest goes on to sa
tiat whbl.c most of the states north If
the ( !,hi, an'l Potomac rivers are crow-
i.-.i ;trid oTvr little prospect of further
.-1,\. itln.ent, there is no state in the


day oPJune. A. L).. 1'9;. has filed said i rt infate in
Keep him there, as long as he can be my office. and has made application for .-t '"
there. Educators of his te are to issue in accordance with law. Sii r'r, fi,'atr
kept there. Educators of his tpe are mbre the following described r,,rt, -
usually out of reach of Stat.-s like Flori- ate in Suwannee county. Florida. to-wit: N :
of nefl. section 11. township 1 south. range i
dIa. Tampa Tribune. east, 40 acres. The sad land berg asLessed :a
the date of the issuance of such certificate in ,;
name of unknown. Unless said certificate sh..'1
F'inilienlt AltltholitiesSt 1 bhe redeemed actcordi'n to law. tax 'wi will is-
i a outi by ithereorn. on the 10th day ,if May. A 1 '"'
'hat outdoor .xer'ise is Inetdet.ld by the Witne:s, my social ....a irne and "
Ar\ ,.:e.. ,,,,,. That's all very well. 'h day ,f Apirl. A. [ 1..1 W RYSON
but, how can people with rheumatism ';crk r('ire.it C'oeurt. S!awannee v unty. Flonda.
I 'ii\\w tiLat adl\ic'.' The answer is very
simpll1L u : Iallain!'s Snow .iniment iNotice of Ap'lication for Tax
and the rheumatism \vil! goi: havingg Deed Under Section .75 Gen-
yoi a., spry as a c, It. (Givis iiick anrd eral Statutes of Florida.

iptrmanent iif t" i nr wfro r mr at'ism, .,e,. her'b -'.,r. 1a' A. 1. Bry, ,n, pr.
nvuralji:t, lame hiack ani ;J I ains ;cT, i .. fTa'. ('. A-,' N, i I i,. I thI I 2.d
,a .f J Ci' A *'. ha:, r2;,.& -ad< certifi-a'e
Sold by Suwannee I'rT g (',, tr i y 'ce an i ha rate alIp;ca' l n fur tax d-l'd
'., '.- i>' in aic -r, l an.v c "4' !:ca .a:d cerl:-a'r
\ -T FL- Sic,. i. M A i : r ,a'' ir. S awa '.n,-. co nu F"ir.ida. to-w. : F .," f
\W A NT 1: 0i S t F S MAGAl ,1l.NL re- I :. w .-c,.., .. n 1 ,j I .,, .ih. rang,, 1'; ,a-t.
lu "rts ttie .- rvices of a man ir. Live A a'-, The, T a;h ;a:.! t n ..rng .-1sie.ss l at ;,.
Oak ti look after xpir n suilscnrp- a'. .4 th. -',rc, f -':c1 ert.ate r in the
.nanm' .,f I.. B Rotlin~li n 1'nl.-i sa~l certificate
ions e to secure new business y ;all r-!ei.enwd accr.n' .! to aw. tax det! w:'!
nlans ol special methods unusually ef- i- thi.re,,n. the. l, h da, .,f May. A I). :.
f-ctive; po,:tio,:n permanent ; prefer one w nn., n'v ,,iialA a :r :td .l al this the
with experience, but would consider ; W IRYSON.
an applicant with good natural quali- (or'.,r '.' c, r. .an o.ur.: Florida.
Stications; salary $2.50 per day. with
commission option. Address, with rt f- A liti r Ta
erences, R. '. Peacock, Room 1"2, Su,- Notice o Application for Tax
cess Magazine Bidg., New York. Deed Under Section 575 Gen-
eral Statutes of Florida.

To introduce our large 1Z'- Spring line of bteauti-
ful dre.s g td'l and wairtings,. Itte-t u;'-to-date
New York Caity attrn'. Hands~,mest l;re f n:a-
terials ever .'en a;'-k sales. large priit-. t'an
make S0 ur more weeklS. Samples and full in-
s'ructlns packed ;n neat sample ca-' ,hip;ped e.\-
'ev., prepaid. N, monire retui"ed. E-xc:utve
te trritr%. tur pr;ce', are low. Wr'!. for part.-

N 'is Yrv, n en w ..it A. I- Bry.QArn. pIr-
cha.'er of Tix ('.-i:ca'e N,7. 1 dated b~e 2m!
(av of! JUk. A 1) 1aw. ha~ -; ..l said ce-;ircat,
in my otfi'e and at mate- appli'a'imn tr tax deed
to i;sue in act-,rdance' :!' !;aa Sa d cr-flcate
* emlbraCes the f4,11.,wzIn ii-ri~Nl*4 I roper'v. w'u-
ure :n Smwannne cni-nte. Ploria. *wt ml, N 'a ,f
se'acrr n .rY) owrs; ,,i- 1 range 13 a.t..
acres. T- saidl an1 i-mloinir -seat th*,

iia'e of he issuance of suh cerficate in *h
name of Mrs. E I)av< I'le-- -a.d certfica'e
Shallbe rreijemed a-c-rIing to, !a'. 'ax deed w!lI

it s fiirtherorieMd that thwo ded h tishlebs
v Suwannoe Demrrat. a 'w'ap&t po.
fit ::n tal;d Sate and county. inv n w s a
for tirt'- -,'ecutivC week
T' ., 914r, 19, 1.014
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-: a ib'.v i r'upof a fna! t1, p, -.(,.g
mie,uire ;,i '-.alemajie and .'er,vrl ., -* 'vW .fte.
able Basc.-m If Palmer. Judre iof hs.r-I j .1. iaW
circi e, kir of tiie Stats if Forlota n aN0^1 *.1f*-h
'int'%of SIoA4-rJci in Oaz! r ertan g ,&.we-viea
!.:zle iDexter and iRubee Dr-t., ac,.triaA a.
W F. lDexter. decias') arrt cNmlj"g44r'a&. ."af
J.Amnli Mandrvi. et al are de-frnlaisv v'is she %,.
t'- ur'..ieritr.ed wa& nemwnrAtt& a-,I *-eii.'
!Ieso'ial eflk.-r. to i mi a.i d 4# I. 1
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to-'Ie gdw! L';i:r' *fC ...de. In fr',n' '~:.' .~. .
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I'r;;et a,' ijby vr!1te of a fir.a &I. 'j,
i-ue, .!nee Hod P, H n I* &.II' laiv j J atg
,hol Thiiuii J! dial ('irci r'c r f% ''. \f-F
Fl, ri41a.iin And fir Suwanniee or i*' 0
(ChAncery -;;.lt-theri sifaid d dvrew r *ing 7 1
o' twe cwiiniaanant in a c u v 'hrrv.r -virul
.%herrir 'W. F Farnell is ccwn;.;nant rva J I -
Fi..h&-r are-! Jennie Fisher arr def,'nleir' a '-a.#vv
O1e urndenigned wa appoented xm mi Mar '".
C'hancery to execute said 'leerr... ard r 1, if*
arice thet-fr I will. in imNda% 1er ,j I4%
MSW. A. D. 19OJ9. the same eini r a l'.va; mal 4i
in frint of the court house dom a, I,t Li... oa
o- inty. between the It-al h'.ur, of tw. ,^-r !
-ai. an-i -4-el to the highet anti bp-r Ltbi.r f
ca-h 'I to .; sr ti pay for title the f-Iirg te t
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Slate' Ai,%on to Liive oAk. vi.%&nn~. v .
il 'rda.

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W ret&c4d 4 .arrkd ot the celebrated Russell

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Notice of Application for. Tax eral Statutes of Florida.
Deed under Sections 574 and Notice is hereby given that Walter J.
575 General Statutes of Florida Bryon purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 330, dated the 1st day of June A.
Notice is hereby given that A. L D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my
Bryon, purchaser of Tax Certificate office, and has made application for tax
No. 7, dated the 1st day of June, A. deed to issue in accordance with law.
D, 190, has filed said certificate in my Said certificate embraces the following
oIte and has made application for tax described property situated in Suwan-
ded to ise in accordance with law. nee county, Florida, to-wit: 30 acres
Said certificate embraces the following in northwest fourth of northeast fourth,
described property situated in Suwan- section 25, township 3 south, range 13
ae county, Florida, towit: NWi of east, 30 acres. The said land being as-
SWI Section 7, T 3 south, Range 15 sessed at the date of the issuance of
east, 40 acres. The said land being such certificate in the name of Jas.
assesed at the date of the issuance of Mandrell Unless said certificate shall
such certificate in the name of D. W. be redeemed according to law, tax deed
Brown. Unless said certificate shall be will issue thereon on the 19th day of
redeemed according to law, tax deed April, A. D., 1909.
will issue thereon on the 26th day of i Witness my official signature and seal
April, A. D., 1909. Witness my offi-ithis the 16th day of March, A. D.,
cial signature and seal this the 23rd day 1909. J. W. BRYSON,
of March, A. D., 1909. Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county,
J. W. BRYSON, Florida.
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County, i
Florida. Notice of Application for Tax lWed
1 I'nder Sections 574 and 575. (Gen-

IL'AE' T ^ ~this the 23rd day of March, A. D.,
1w N* J. W. BRYSON,
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County,
Noe of Application for Tax
DWd Unda Sections 574 and Notice of Application for Tax Deed
General Satutes of Florida Under Sections 574 and 575, Gen-
alStatuteral Statutes of Florida.
Ihhia bheebo given that A. L.
Natir p ey of Tax Certict e Notice is hereby given that Walter
ok ber /of Tax TaxCertificate
6thda f June A J. Bryson, purchaser of Tax Certificate
I id t h dy of June A. No. 197, dated the 2nd day of July, A.
L I aled said certicatein my D., 1906, has filed said certificate in my
d a pplicationfor tax office, and has made application for tax
M to iae in corne with law. deed to issue in accordance with law.
ieurtUcate embraces the following Said certificate embraces the following
S property situated in Suwan described property situated in Suwan-
Se t'y, ofida to-wit: _SE1 of;nee county, Florida, to:wit: set of set
W of Sec 6, T 3 Sotth, R 15 East, 40of See. 21, T 3 South, R 13 East, 40
m t. The said land being assessedat acres. The said land being assessed at
t At of the isuance of such certi- the date of the issuance of such certifi-
aa the name of Unknown. Un cate in the name of Unknown. Un-
Ssid certificate shall be redeemed ss said certificate shall be redeemed
r.odin to law. tax deed w il issue according to law, tax deed will issue
orm s on the26th day of Apnl A. D., thereon on the 12th of April, A. D.,
W o ial ture and 1909. Witness my officialsignature and
Witae~r my of firc h A. D., seal this the 10th day of March, A.
s the rd day of arch A. D., 1909. J. W'. BRYSON,
-. J. W. BRYSON, : Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County,
C(rt Circuit Court, Suwannee county, Florida.
Notice of Application for Tax
Notie of Application for Tax eed Under Sections 574 and
eed Under Sections 574 and 575, General Statutes of Florida
75. General Statutes of Florida Notice is hereby given that A. L.
Notie ir herebv given that Walter Bryson, purchaser of Tax Certificate
J. roa, purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 233. dated the 6th day of June A.
Na U. dated the 5th day of June A. A., 1904, has filed said certificate in my
S IUM has fled said certificate in my office, and has made application for tax
iM, ~ bam made application for tax: deed to issue in accordance with law.
SW kme in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following
Sertidete embraces the following described property situated in Suwannee
pperty situated in Suwan- county, Florida, to-wit: S., of SEi Sec
se ty, Foi, to-wit: 40 a S side 24, T 1 South, R 11 East. 80 acres. The
f SQ Si S, T 4 South, R 14 East, said land being assessed at the date of
Ss a TFe l id land being assessed the issuance of such certificate in the
at Oe te of the isuance ofsuch cer- name of Unknown. Unless said certi-
ft -r the name of Unknown. Un- ficate shall be redeemed according to
i meartik-ate shall be redeemed law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
to law, tax deed will issue 26th day of April A. D., 1909.
S the 12th day of April A. Witness my official signature and
I. seal this the 23rd day of March A. D.,
1mm my official signature and 1909. J. W. BRYSON,
al ti the 10th day of March A. D., Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee county,
M. J. W. BRYSON, Florida.
Clrk Circuit Court Suwannee county,
lrid. Notice of Application for Tax lked
f'der Sections 574 and 575, Gen-

epimesi ardtird
aud wi afwer w to
quggg bw kw, w
pb tfe HeaAlrt W.a A
the Stante r Forikt er
ig thea and ti *
which is mwm ea &l is the asa ft,
of state. TIllokb.. FIo
B. W. 881.


Notice of lteatiem to Apply for Let-
ten Patent.
Under and by virtue the kw d the State d
Florida notice i b0heb rr that the mnder-
Wigsd have -laIt~ l and do hsby associate
thanselve toa ther for the prpu of be ominwg
inae ortad and wi. n te 12th da of April
A. D. 190. apply the HRo Albert W. Gilchrist.
Governor of the State o Florid for Letters Pat-
eat incorporatin "'Swanae Land A Impmro
meat Company," under the following proposed
charter, the original of which is now on file in the
ofes of the Secretary of State for the State of
Proposed charter of Suwannee Land and Im-
provement Company.
The undersigned hereby associate ttiemselTes
together for the purpose of forming a corporation
under the laws of the State of Florida, under the
following proposed charter:
Name and Place of Business.
Section L The name of the corporation shall
be Suwannee Land and Improvement Company.
Section 2 The principal place of business of
the corporation shall be in the city of Live Oak.
in Suwannee county. Florida; but the corporation
shall have the right to establish branch offices at
any other point or points within the 'tate of Flor-!
ida. for the purpose of conducting its customary
General Nsture of the Business to be Transacted.
Section 1. The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation shall be to
buy. own, sell. rent. let and lease real estate; also
to improve real estate. enclose the same. construct
buildings thereon, drain the same and to do any
and all things necessary or incident to the im-
provement of real estate. To rent such buildings,
let or lease the same. or to rent, let or lease other
improvement on realty; to conduct a general real-
estate business for profit; to deal in stocks and
bonds, notes, mortgages, judgments and decrees.
and all evidences of indebtedness.
Section 2. The corporation shall have and en-
joy all power, rights and privileges of corpora-
tions of this class under the laws of the State of
Florida. To sue and be sued in its corporate ca-
pacity; to contract and be contracted with; to
issue certificates, stocks and bonds for the cor-
Capital Stock.
Section 1. The amount of the capital stock
authorized by the corporation shall be $15.000.UO.
divided into 150 shares at the par value of !1X).00
per share. and 10 per cent. of aMd capital stock
shall be paid for in cash or collateral aenivalent
to cash. before the corporation sall transact any
business, and the balance of said capital stock
shall be paid in upon the call of the Board of Di-
rector. The form of and the manner of issuance
of the certificates for stock shah be prescribed by
the by laws of the corporation.
The term for which the Corporation shall Exist.
Section L The corporation shall exist for a
period of 99 years, unless sooner dissolved accord-

Sec. 1. The amount of the capital tocke of e
corporation shall be I 0m.. divided ea
hundred shares of the par value of t eeSk
Sec 2. The capital stock of the epseaI
shall be paid for in cask, or ollateral e n
to cash. 10 per cent of the mid capital sotk As
be pid in b aeore mid eoraptia sl -e w
thorized to transact any business and the bah-
shall be paid in upon the all of the hberd of d.

ing w lw. ATICL FOULE.
ATI Term for which the operation shall Ia.
Officers by which the Business is to be Transacted. s. 1. corporation s ist
Section 1. The business of the corporation shall tinue in full force for the period of ninety-nine
be conducted by and under the control and manage- years, unless sooner dissolved by law.
ment of a Board of Directors conisting of not more
than five and not less than three stockholders of ARTICLE F .
the corporation, and a President. Vice-Preident. By what officers business of the corpouratam ,*
Secretary and Treasurer, provided that the offices be conducted.
of Secretary and Treasurer may be filled by one Sec. 1. The busine of the corporation shall
and the same peron; and provided further that be conducted by a board of directors to C( of
the corporation may by its by laws create addi- not less than three nor more than ser of the
tional officers and increase the number of the stockholders of the corporation, and a prelat t.
Board of Directors. vice-president. secretary and treasurer. r d.
Section 2. All of said directors and officers the offices of secretary and treasurer may be lf
shall be chosen from among the stockholders of by one and the same person.
the corporation at the annual meeting of the Sec. The annual election of oM&ers shell bt
stockholers to be held in the city of Live Oak on held n the city of Live Oak on the inrs TudaI
the 2nd Tuesday of March of each year, and until of December. 1i)9. and on the sam day e~vr
the next annual election, and until their succes- year thereafter, at which annual meeting a atri-
wrs are elected and qualified the directors shall holder shall have as many votes as he hau har8e
be: W. L. Tedder. J. C. Crawley. A. Lee Hum- in the corporation and until the tirst annual el-
phreys. H. H. Brown and H. Davis, all of Live tion and their succeors are elected and quah&MlI
uak. Florida; and until the next annual election Lee Humphreys shall be president. B. W. Hol.
and until their successors are elected and quali- ;enston. vice-president and ;no. F. Harrel. o-
fed. W. L Tedder, of Live Oak. Florida, shall be retar and treasurer, and until their succeaor
president; J. C. Crawley, of Live Oak, Florida are elected and qualified, the board of duwtur%
shall be vice-president; and A. Lee Humphreys. shall be A. Lee Humphreys, B. W. Helvenaton.
of Live Oak. Florida shall be secretary and treas- Jno F. HarrellJ F. E. Thomason Chas. H. Brown
urer. The duties of the Board of Directors and and J. H. Tucker. Jr.
the officers of the corporation shall be prescribed T .
by the by laws of the corporation.. ARTtCLE SIX.


Deed U nder SleU
575 General Statu g
Notice' a -4,"vy
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office, and ha. ho
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Notice of Application for Tax DeIed ral Statutes of Florida. ARTICLE 6. Limit of indebtedness. Wiit A ^ ,Ae e
render Sections 574 and 5735. Gen- Notice is hereby given that Walter Limit of Indebtedness. liaSe' 1. The highest amount of indebr'dnes or lt day of April A 11 '
m l S t a t o f F l o r id a. us I lia b ilitie s to w h ic h th e c o r p o ra t io n m a ) a a n ) J '6
eral Stattes of Florida. J. Bryson purchaser of Tax Certificate Section 1 The highest amount of indebtedness time subject itself, shall be $1U.u000.o. C'erki C iit (*' ~,s*we 0S
Notice is hereby given that A. L. No. 331, dated the 1st day of June A. r liability t which the corporation may at any ARTICLE SEN
Bryson, purchaser of Tax Certificate D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my ARTICLE 7. The names and place of residence of subscribing aNtv L&( Ap iWe I
No. 6, dated the 1st day of June A. office, and has made application for tax The names and residences of the subscribing incorporator .
D.. 1908, ha& filed said certificate in my deed to issue in accordance with law. incorporators, and the number of shares subscrib- Se. 1. The(names and place of residence of f
office, and has made application for tax Said certificate embraces the following ed for by each. i subscribing inorrator and the number of Ntt : &
dee to iu in acrdc wt l d e r state i w Section 1. The name, places of residence, and shares subscribed for by each are as follows: cher of Tax '.ri t.tk M
dd to issue in accorance with law. described property situated inSuwan- thnumberof shares eld by each subscribing A. L Humphreys. Live Oak. Forida 30 shares. 4th y f Jue
Said certificate embraces the following nee county, Florida, to-wit: SEiof SW corporator are a follows. to-wit: B. W. Helvenston. Live Oak. Florida, 30 shares. cat e I Adw and
described property situated in Suwan- J Sec. 25, T 3 South, R 13 East, 40 J. c. Crawley. Live Oak. Florida, five shares. J. F. Harrell. Live Oak. Florida. 30 shares. for ta t .Z wa
ee county, Florida, to-wit: SWI of N acres. The said land being assessed hn. BClarown. Live Oak. Florida. fiveshares. A. LEE HUMPHREYS. property t .y .t ts I S
WJ of Sec. 4, T 3 South, R 15 East, 40 at the date of the issuance of such cer- w. L. Tedder. Live Oak. Florida., twenty shares. B. W. HELVENSTON. to-wit- NW 1 4 W 4 t .*1
eares. The said land being assessed at tificate in the name of unknown. Un- A. Lee Humphre.s, Live Oak. Florida. six F E. HA N.LL ast. 4a 8 aT m t
the date of the issuance of such certifi- less said certificate shall be redeemed shares State of Florida,a the a o G t'
cate in the name of D. W. Brown. Un- according to law. tax deed will issue H. Da CRAWLEY, Suwannee County. i eatle rha.le ,h wes S
Im said certificate shall be redeemed ac- thereon on the 19th day of April, A. JOHN F. CLARK, Before me the undersigned, a notary, public in dd wi.L ewl ls ib .. 4-
w w i H. H. BROWN, and for the state at large, personally camne A. Lee. A. L i.
CO g 10to law, tax deed Will issue; D., 1909. W. L TEDIER. Humphreys, B. W. Helvenston, F. E. Thomason w.t.,A .,A1 a- .- ed f
therem on the 26th day of April A. D., Witness my official signature ind seal A. .EE HUMPHREYS, and Jno. F. Harrell. who being duly sworn, sev- lst day of At, I, -1
ig. i this the 16th day of March?-A. D., (. H DAVIS. erally acknowledged before me that he sub- e *
m State ofFlorida, i scnbed h name to the foregoing articles of Imn- nhrkTTU.. ,.-, ..-(
Witness my official signature and seal 1909. J. W. BRYSON. suwtatne ounty enrration for the uses and purpows therein
thi the 23rd day of March A, D., 1909. Clerk Circuit Court Suwanneecounty, Before me prsnaly came J. C. Crawley and m entioned. I have hereunto t my Notice of A lt
J. W. BRYSON, Florida. John F. Clark. and H. H. Brown, and W. L. Ted- and and official seal. at Live Oak. Florda. ths yT s r
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county, der, and A. Lee Humphreys. and GH. Davis. to the 31st day of March,. 1l.
Ftfordd. Note of Application for Tax I'el me well known and known to me as the persons [SEAl.. J P. LAMB. 575.(Gne lA
Under Sections 574 and 575. (ell- iescibed in. and who subscribed to and executed Notary Public. ., -
--- ..- the foregoing articles for proposed charter. Su- visr+ 4
e A rtin r Ta t eral Statutes of Florida. wannee Land & Improvement Company. and who 4ha T. te %- e9
N e of Application for ax 575. Notice is hereby given that Walter J. severally acknowledged before me that they ex- Notice of Application forTx lwd W-,.i V.,A 0 m
der Setkms74 and 57. Gen. oticeishere y given estate ecuted the same for the uses and purposes therein lUnder S'etions 3574 andS 7.. (e n -:. ** -
erml Statute of Florida. Bryson purchaser of Tax Certificate expressed. In witness whereof. I have hereunto eral Statutes of Florida 4.. *.. '. **
No. 28, dated the 1st day of June, A. set my hand and official scal at Live Oak. Su- niti ae. r,,-..,* *-* U '1
Notice is hereby given that A. L. D 1903, has filed said certificate in my annee county. Florida, this the 10th day of March Notice is hereby given that A. L Bryson. pur- cr .,ttins at.. s -
Bryson, urchaser of Tax Certificate 19. F HA LL. Notary Publi c aser of Tax Certificate No. 43. dated the. wi .
No. 15,9ted the 1st day of June, A. office, and has made application for tax J. F HARRELL. Ntar Public. 4th day of June A. D.. 1900. has filed aid cer. Kanw *
o.0 13, ha ile sai ceri f.ic deed to issue in accordance with law. My corfum.in ex.,rei.-Juiy 10. 1tl1. tificate in my office, and has made application ,m t. a. *
D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my Said certificate embraces the following ---- ----- for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. ca .
office, and has made application for tax c d ertiicate embraces the folwing- Ordler for Pulbliation. Said certificate embraces the following deocnb ',als- ... -a
d to issue in accordance with law. described oprt situation Suan- property itsituauted in Suwan nee county. -_orxia, a .
,led to iiaue in accordance wt law. nde county, Florida, to-wit: Nwi In C:rcuit Court. State f Frida, Third Judi- to-wit: W, of SW', Sec. 20. T 5 South. R !, 111'
Said certificate embraces the following of SW uof section ::',., townsLip 5 c:al t:rc'.t.Suwaniee cuty. In Chancery. E. 80 acres. The said land being amessd at th.
described property situated in Suwan- TsI ut 1eastai Ar4drcson. om.,lair4iar.t. \s. L.Lzte An- dateof the issuance of such certificate i n,,'- '
county Florida, to-wit Si of soers. defendant name of Unknown. Unless aid ,-r'.,
ne Cuuity, Flora, to-wt. o said land being assessed at the date of It aL. a:!.g b aftiia,.it aplendt-d to 'he bill ficate shall be redeemed according t a* t
SW, section 30, township 3 south e iuance f suh ertificate in the t n i e-'a: cause that the residence' deed wil issue thereon on the 1:th day .,r ;.r
rane 15 east. The said land being as- i t f l.,/.ie Anlter-so.i, ttie defendant therein named A. D).. 19.
d at the date of the issuance of name of unknown. U'niess saidcertiti- ,, ,, ,,r tht age of twer'-one Witne.. my of .cia! s:gnatur:anil i thi -, NI'
such certificate in the name of Horace cate shall b redeemed according to la. i :.ar.. ,t is herf,.-r ricredt :hat said n',n-resi- 17th day of March. A. D. I.
such rine i c ertificat e sohl Hor tax deed will issue thereo n ,n the 1th ien:it:endian" a',d ,.rtb reb rred t, 'ap J W BRS E N .
Heading. Unless said certificate shall day f Alr A. 10 p4tar t, thr b.llovf cm.l!a!n it ied in said caus, ler k Clerk Circuit Court. Suwane tCoun) F *
be redeemed according to law, tax deed witness mr otticial signature and rw the tiard a.f Ma%. A. 1)
will issue thereon on the 26th day f seal this the l;:h day of ..larch, A. a.,confessed h said de fendatr. bil iet Ap. lnt1 for .an .1 ,. .W
A"con fesseddy saidefend,,.)pf- "
A 1 A. D., 1909. .. SON It is f-urher amered tha:ti;sorder be ,ubiisnd I Uder* !*ti-ns 4 (1and ,7. 1.,1u.
A neril A D ., 1B. and seal tv 1)*. J H R YSO N .,,.r k fr ght con...un e wtvk, in the eral Statutes of Florida. .
itneas my officialsignaturean a Clerk Circuit t'ourt Suwannec county suwannee Dn.'rat a rew.pa.er ;,1bshcoi ,n ....
this the 23rd day of March, A. D., 1909. Flori !da. said county ard Sa Notice ishereby given that A. L. Brin. *
J. W. BRYSON. ori This March i.4 chaser f Tax Certincate No. 22. datce the d t.. ,' ,-
J. W. BRY Clerk Circuit Court Suwanneecounty, Notice for Pu'llicaititl. ('!errk circuit ('urt .n my fice, and has made applicautor f.r La. I .
Florida. Ie;artmentoftheInterior. i Lad OcBy L. A. CraAfrd, Deputy Clerk. deed to Mssue in accordance with law. Saxi cert.- i .? *. .
.. DeI.rtm.nt.theRn.r.- t S. LandS .heir fort ,mtaian. cneate embraces the following desnrbed prot goer' *

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Name and place of buineas. Ui edi U
Sec. 1. The name of the corporatisn shau be U U
SThe Union Investment Company.
Sec. 2. The sad corporation shall be loted t herm te
and have its principal place of busi s in the city 190.
of Live Oak. Suwannee county, Florida and for i
the purpose of caring out the purpose of the Wi IM IY d
business of the corporation, it shall have the thi th Ist y f (
power to establish branch offices at any other 1909. J. .
point or points within the State of Florida. Clerk Ci tCourt w l
ARtICLE Two. Florida.
General nature of the business to be transacted
by the corporation. ^ I : t





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Sec. 1. The general nature of the business to
be transacted by the corporation shall be to deal
in all kinds of real estate, to buy. selllt. lete
and sub-lease all kinds of real estate; to buy and
. II1 all kinds of timber. or to sell sawmill crestie.
:urpentine or wood privileges on land; to mau-
facture and sell lumber. crosties, turpentine and
roin, wood. hardwood and furniture to improve
real property in any manner in which the corporal.
tion shall see fit; to own, buy. sell lease or let city
property and also farms and farm land; to buy.
sell and hold personal property and chatties of all
kinds; to engage in general mercantile business if
desired; to be and become agents for life. fire ur
accident insurance for any company authored
to do business in the State of Florida; to buy. *ll
and hold stock in other corporations. to own and
keep a system of title abstract books and enar
in the abstract business.
Sec. 2. The corporation shall have the pwer
to issue bonds on such terms and covditme as it
directors may deem proper and is authobis to
issue its first mortgage or deed of trmut all or
any of its assets to secure the same. T er -
tion shall also have the right to deal ia stocks a
bonds, judgments and decree, to deal in aes- wd
mortgages and all evidences of ianledarm;. t
lend or borrow money in its corporatecarnty. t
contract and be oeatacted with ad to me am be
sued in its corporate name. and ihael have p
to do all those this incident to corportaoj do
this kind under the laws of the State of Flrd
Capital x m.
Capital stock.

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