Title: Suwannee Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: April 16, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00555
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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WTHATEVER your inclinations in the matter of Spring and Summer goods may be,
can interest you. Our large new stock includes all the new and novel eeels and
latest fashions in their many tints and tones, all of rich, pleasing effects, and none objecio


Dress Goods


Silks of all kinds and new colors, Mercerlines, Spring
Style in Wool Dress Goods, White Jap Silks, French Lawn,
Ncr ized Linens, Nainsook, Lawn, etc. Beautiful line of
Wmh Goods.


Neckwear, Notions,
Our new and pretty e of Collars, Ties and C
seen to be appreciated iery, Underwar, GoY%, P!u
Laces, Embroidery, going and Inertions in all wid
of the latest style things for Wimmning waist and drm
the daintiest designs for lining children's dresses.


Ladies' and Children's Shoes


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


Clothing


AS SOON as you're ready to take up the
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SSTA TE NEWS .-" tlipial M of
TATE NEWS.jL the ty. Tru chuge against the
Knight" was stained, accrdig to
evidence, ad they were placed under
bond of t($5Bemch for appraunce at
ra m" aat rlter H I G. Fiecarrotta, aiwell known whol w of
rrtta a: wl known"B w inpg term of United States coourt,
d b elokjaw, the re-, 5 E grocerof WesTampa, was folly whih covee in this eity in May.
& adI t -I hais foot sev- murdered as he was nearing his home Hoe was more fortunate, as his
BuHodge was more forftunate, as his
qe w b he was at work onon Green street, about 8 o'clock Sat-atony $100. The co-
bond was fixed at only $100. The com-
ad I School building. urday night. He was approaching his missioner considered evence against
It t me d Mr. hadfr. Cadova, house accompanying his two little girls, Warren insufficient and ordered his dis-
d f feisty. He was 23 when two men appeared with shot-guns charge. United States was represented
g S e-It A atine Record. which were leveled at him and fired, byDistrict Attorney Fred Cubberly of
the contents of one striking him in the Cdar Key. It is aid that there are
M m ti" of the Con ye,and that of he other lodging in Cedar Key. It is said that there are
otteye, an-d that of the other lodging other members of the gang, which has
Mm n d GMood Road asoA his head, causing almost instant death.
Ilr I md t in this d -it5 hI head, c n almost instant deathei. been making and circulating the spui-
i ( rm wav illmeet in this city The two men threw down their gu coin by wholesale, otherr-
0 I mu rm i, April 2th. Thse after discharging them at their victim rets cin by w eae, and other wa
S--o mv aly been held i and fled. They have not yet been apdays
J tha r4 to the meeting of the prehended, though the authorities are
-n tM year, the convention is confident that by means of the weapons A negro guard who thought he was
frApr istead.-PalatkaNew. left behind by the fleeing men, they going to get a $5 reward for convey-
Swill soon be discovered. ing an escaped convict back to a Flor-
th n1orid Medical Association Iida turpentine camp, got a bullet in his
dm (WrM this morning shortly be- Isabelle Draft, the wife of the color- back instead and lost his life. The es-
bewaing. Dr. H. E. Palmer, of ed minister whose body was found in caped convict was a negro who got
A was r elected president; Dr. Marion county early Monday morning, away from the turpentine camp of A.
t 1. Sqm of Jacksonville, 1st vice- and Albert Smith, who has been em- J. Conolv, across the Florida line near
I, Dr. U. S. Bird, of Tampa, played about their place for the past Perry. He turned up shortly after his
S-h.p~-d-t and Dr. H. L Simp- several years, were arrested April 8th escape at the Malloy turpentine camp
L 4 PMM a. 3rd vet president by Sheriff Galloway and brought to some miles from Conoly's. The latter
a- t-treasurer will be elected Ocala and charged with the crime. The was notified that the convict was being
te aft~ oon session. The murder was a most brutal one, the man detained at Malloy's and he offered $5
S W hm anioualy decided to after being shot from the rear was for his return. A negro guard, one of
a mt metiu of the asocia- clubbed about the head with a heavy the best at Malloy's, asked to take the
b JUashvnie, the date to be set instrument and dragged some distance convict back and get the reward. The
psM l. aPenacola News, 9th. from the house where he was found two negroes started on foot and while


W. M. UdrI wowered why his
a p mil ia the morning.
e fIedm a W lot over night
ad Id f ew do O smilkui g and
S sel hl d a M supply of lacteal
I0 as -sf. After ome inves-
WS e h tdse the came. In the
I as ow am w e a few little pigs
INIWedofIalaiadWeIoa way to
SW ITas mM by sucking the cow
Swoe0 e m ~r imdd that they
IM Me, Il balkdoAs. In this case
mM- w* ami rewarded and the
C ae mt aluwed to roam with
Iw y mosr Starke Telegraph.

I) ruwel Hay of Crystal River
h ee muol Av.IhsdL-o


Smith's departure, shortly after the
murder, aroused suspicion, and after a
few hours' work on the case, Sheriff
Galloway arrested Smith and the min-
ister's wife as well. Blood stains were
found on their clothing.

Charged with obtaining goods under
false pretenses J. E. Humphries, a
young white man, was arrested yester-
day afternoon by Detectives Crawford
and Cahoon. He was last night deliv-


on the way the guard's dog treed a
'possum. With the 'possum before
him the guard forgot the $5. He de-
cided they should catch the 'possum and
in the excitement of the capture grew
careless and set his gun down. His
prisoner seized it and shot him dead
and left him in the woods. As the ne-
groes did not show up at either camp,
it was thought both of them had run
away. A few days later Malloy was
coming up to Quitman on a South


ered to Sheriff Houstoun, of Leon Georgia Railway train, and looking out
county, as he is wanted in Tallahassee the window saw the escaped convict
for having passed a worthless check. walking along the track. He got the
The local police were advised several conductor to stop the train. The negro
days ago that Humphries was believed began to run, but Mr. Malloy and
to be in this city and a search was others caught him. He confessed the


e r erv a as) tia s wee as a .
1 W He mfurmed us that' made for him yesterday morning, the
f l t krd to Messrs. I detectives going to the various places
ml rW-l t~ t, ,, d to Messr where he was supposed to frequent. It
ead ?4 Maffsur. both of whom
O S ,r. i Tho was not until yesterday afternoon that
W am tu uAr last year. They, the officers sighted their man the
the officers sighted their man near the
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w r -tm |itrarinatr, insil w l no110
sk l-e a tu e sm of the paper.
O w wemad thWt W J. Temple, one
I lf very r kt job printers. and prob-
fL t b sta sw man in the State,
Sh kb rchrg of th job department.
t~fl trIu of competent printers
b v m it to frurmh. and no doubt
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postoffice building. He was promptly
taken in charge and sent to, police
headquarters where he was locked up.
-Times-Union, 10th.


details of his murder of the guard and
took his captors to the woods, where
the dead negro was lying. He was
taken to Perry and put in jail. He will
probably be tried for murder.


In accordance with the notice given
in our previous issue, a match game of
B u ,, i. ll .11 r d.. i T,,,a. z.i r ., .


U4as Ulan a3
Forging the name of C. ('. Woodward between the
of the Tampa Times to a check for $50 Live Oak, and
made payable to himself and securing city, on the gi
the cash for this amount from \Mar;hall L


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I Kiasy and wife, who live on Field & Co., in Chicago, is the latest on the field, an
o tier, met with an exciting adven- stunt Don C. Thompson, recently em- of ladies and g
- Mleday. They were driving in played by the Times, has pulled off. by to witness
Cm ~. when the horse, a colt, took Duly endorsed, the check came to the game was
tW at i e object in the road, and Tampa yesterday through the Ameri- ings" to the
eateWed to run away. Mr. Kinsey can National Bank. That it was fraud- the contest la:
jNmed out of the buggy and grabbed ulent was apparent. Mr. Woodward the "Jefferso
he Wta when right before him he es- refused payment and Marshall Field & "White Stock
M a monstrous diamond back rattle- Co. will be notified of the fraud. This' list we give th
* L His wife, who remained in the is the same young man who married a WHITE STO'Kl
6IW, saw the reptile at the same Miss Williams of this city and a few;
Ih a&d seizing the shotgun they days afterward deserted her in New Stebb;in
I Sherwxt. 16
Ihkty had with them, jumped out. York. leaving her in destitute circum- *Blount. p
r snakte by this time was working stances. He has forged several checks Rut'rfd, 't
hn mttkre at a rapid rate. and in coil in Illinois and is keeping hinm;dlf in a ..eshani. If
S. i h aker. (f
eay to sanke. when Mrs. Kinsey disreputable light continuous1.-\ hre Kop. rf
Itk aim and tiret. literally decapitat- the people. Tampa Triiutne. a-,-'.
Il the rreput. ITh snake measured
wve fert and .-i\ i, hes in length and The ,Kd1V uf John F. Avtrv ,, e-tn- 1, n..
hi n16rtl ti iot Mr. KiiseN. ville N. Y.. who had itn I in,;smig .g,.r,.
wd wheun .v dii her huiland wvukii fIrm ihis iardling h,,i- >i .- e i rt ly '.i r ..
nrl)y hav% l'tn i.dtln Htr coness Thursday morning. a", i. u csitr- "". :, ..
ma dmd I\ *i. t reniuarkat.il, amd day morning in the v",Li near (rt.ga a .
,th h.Tr abilt\ t., i,,t .ct htrselt a, just east of Lake.i'., dinve. had : "' : L
hersn .n r anliin;ti lir c. lrinl.-imlnaces. e-nded his life by sht,,,nt; .Imsnlf in Appearin'g
-latnenl tihrrnwclh. the mouth, the revolver tiin fiund jniir:'tn r of


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.near his bdly with one empty z.t.ll. It
was shortly before io o'clock when
Mrs. C. E. Clarke and her fatter, \Wil-
liam Tulley, were walking through the
woods and they saw the f,-rm of a man
lying across a log. At Lr-t it was
thought that the man, pruoatly a
tramp, was only sleeping. haut a closer
investigation found him coil in death.
At his feet lay a 41 ca!lire C(,lt's re-
volver, and that told the stry vf his
death. Returning to their inime in St.
Johns park. the party wh, niade the
gruesome discovery notified parti's in
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Spiaveu, i lues uay last,
"White Stockings" of
I the "Jeffersons" of this
poundss of the letter. At
vo "nines" were promptly
nd a considerable number
gentlemen assembled near
the game. At 6j o'clock
called. the "White Sto:k-
'Bat," and for 3: hours
sted. resulting in 6$ for
ns" against 41 for the
ings." From the Scorers
he following report:
NG.S. JEFFEP.SUNS.
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2 6 Mays, p 4 7
SManley. cf 7 6
i 3 (irardneu. ib 2 1i
I i Tucker. If 1 12
2 ", t',alnmer. :' 7
S. C'ar:-r. 2 b 2 6
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_ ga, ime was played in Monticello in 1 anli the above account of the game w a.
p I1 prited in the newspaper puih.,he I ,
that place at the time.


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janta s andi v hite t t.,cki!ig-.s the .i\ivt
(aaks \erc inrdt.cd "iveti." haiiisome
and line lo :ing, fell ,w. Th.'v played
well considering their r,.eu!ar pitcher
was not in the game. The player who.
occupied this important p,~,t seemed in-
experienced ats a pitcher, thi:u 'h a v.ryY
good catchi;,t, d ndas a "fall ldonit"
he is a decided success. F'ornm he
number of left hands ;we saw in the
game, it s.icnms that the Li,. <'ak. set,.t
us up the-ir "Left handed ninic," a,
-very player could thrrv, abut and catch
with his left han, an ana fk.w wi'th th
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.Xl,,r than nine out of cr tecn .as*it.
uf rheumatism are simply rrnt.lunartsinti
of the muscles, due to cold or ,iainr,., r
chronic rheumatism. In such ca'.- n,.
internal treatment is required. Th'.
free application of Chamberlain's l.ni-
ment is all that is needed, and it is ,.er-
tain to give quick relief Give it a tnra!
and ,ec for yourself how quickly it re-
lieves the pain and soreness. The net-
iC:nes usually given internally for rheu-
mat!ism are poisonous or very strong
medicines. They are worse than use-
less in cases of chronic and muscular
rheumatism. For sale by Barclay &
Gr(p,'ver, druggists.


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iUN 'II. PR1IM'KIDING~4. J. E. Wood, J. M. Barclay and S. J.
White were by vote of council appoint-
La ias. )I, Apnrl 12, 190. ed a committee to act with the city
St' w-el as Io reular Mesion. bond trustees in accepting the city hall.
I-W J : W d4, Pre of Coun- By vote of council it was ordered that
p r em mad Abnrms W J Hill- electric light wires be extended into
J bw avauS T S. Anmitrwo. White's addition.
f( sr & e j Wh tle T. S. Anderson, J. M. Barclay and
M d er,*.,d 4 WtiMes -f March S. J. White were appointed a commit-
---tee to locate a street light in N. W.
d lllkr rhi wt t**< thlr it> lhvis)nof city.
t t-M *4 s ,,r*t pa*d By vote of council W. J. Hiilman, C.
l 1 7 W Kogers and J. M. Barclay were ap-
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pumping water for city waterworks.
I he following communication from
the live Oak Telephone Co. was ac-
kr, wl dged by the council with thanks,
anld maid communication was ordered
,pretad ulon the minutes:


Th.- Hlinorable Boa.d of Aldermen,
City of Live Oak.
e..ntl'men: We desire to congratu-
late ou and the other city officials, as
a*ll As the city generally in the erec-
t.n and completion of the new city
tall. and this company in appreciation
f the conservative treatment accorded
b, ou and the splendid support given
it l, the citizens of our city, have in-
.tallld in your new building an improved
trlk-pr.on fur your convenience free of
Shark Live Oak Telephone Co.
By G. A. LYON, Mngr.
.Appnrvd CARY A. HARDEE,
President.
lDr T. S. Anderson and J. E. Wood
AcIre appointed to act with the city at-
tmrn.v in rt commending certain amend-
rmint to the city charter.
Here being no further business re-
ctss was ordered till April 16th, 1909,
5 o 'clck p. m.
J. E. WOOD. Pres. pro tern.
Attr3t. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.


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"L yourfIt well To do this, we but repeat
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Easter Services. ROGBRS' LIVERWORT
The Easter services at the various Tar and Cch
For the complete cure of Coughs,
churches where services were held were For the complete cure oug
well attended: Dr. R. V. Atkisson, Colds, Asthma and Bronchitis and all
pastor of the Methodist church, lung complaints tending to consump-
preached two very strong sermons, tion, Liverwort, Tar and Wild Cherry
which were highly appreciated by his have for ages maintained an estab-
lished reputation as a standard
hearers. The decorations were beauti-shed a standard
ful, a great profusion of cut flowers Cough Remedy. It contains no opi-
and pot plants of all kinds being used. um or harmful drug, can be given
The music under the direction of Mrs. with safety to children. Price $1.00.
J. C. Baisden, organist, was very in-ildby druggists. Williams M'f'g.
spring. The choir is endeavoring to Co, Prop., Cleveland, 0. Suwannee


give the congregation good music at'
every service and Sunday's music was
an indication of their musical ability.
There was no special Easter service
at the Baptist church as the pastor,
Rev. Jno. A. Wray, was absent, how-
ever, the pulpit was filled by Rev. Col-
lier, of Chipley, who preached two
very fine sermons.
The Easter services at the Episcopal
church are always beautiful and the
services on Sunday were no exception.
This choir has some very fine voices
and the music on this occasion gave
evidence of very thorough training.
The church was beautifully decorated
and presented quite a pleasing appear-
ance.
The Advent church had no special


Easter services but the pastor preached
two very heart-felt sermons to a large


congregation.
There were no services at the Pres-
byterian church.


Epwortht League S(wial.
The Senior Epworth League willgive
a social Friday night at the Methodist
parsonage. All the leagues and their
friends are cordially invited to be pres-
ent.
PROGRAM.
Scripture lesson Dr. Price.
Prayer- Dr. Atkisson.
Instrumental duet Mrs. Atkisson
and Lucile Atkisson.
Recitation-Miss Annie Belle Lyle.
Instrumental solo ,Miss Blanche
Wolfe.
Recitation-Miss Maggie Holmes.
Vocal solo--Miss Ada Mac Roberson.
Reading- Miss Verdie Haddock.
Instrumental solo--Miss Vivian Evans.
Recitation-Miss Ruth Wolfe.
Vocal solo-Mrs. Charles Blackburn.
Short talk-Col. Fred W. Butler.
Dialogue-Miss Maggie Holmes and
J. D. Henry.

Mr. Ericson's Old House.
Go see it, it's a beauty. It stands
out among all its neighbors, becausei
the coloring is so bright and clear. Mr.


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Attorney at Law
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Office over Sandlin's Store. PMr-
attention given all busine plaeib
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Practical
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Subscription Price:
C 0m DOLLAR PeR YEAR.

Telephone 4

A0 lld at the Live Oak Postoffce as
second-clas matter.

So tariff bil has paesed the lower
do f scores but if it carries any
Sfor oa long staple cotton grow-
b the dspe of a duty imposed upon
IyptbD CettO entering our ports, we
lIa't bard of it.

Holly, of the Sanford Herald,
a noise like a man who expects
out a daily paper poco tiempo.
hbpe so, for Holly and "Saunterer"
thetrick of saying things in an
*ve way, and the State press
cordially welcome a bright little
4d1 from the celery metropolis.

the came of real university educa-
amtMm Florida loses a strong man by
I mreination of Dr. Sledd as presi-
t dof the State university, but Prof.
brphree, who succeeds him, has a
goat reputation as an educator, and
St who know him best assert with
eu dnce1 that the university will be
Ipjoved and strengthened under his
& dectioL

The race will not be to the swiftest
trse nor the battle to the strongest
viee i the legislature. Great Colum-
N oratory is on its last legs in this
otry, and the practical, hard-headed
me of acts and "figgers" in the com-
JtMs room, who wouldn't know a
Iep or a metaphor nor a sonorous
pasd if he met it in the middle of the
l sb more frequently the statesman
wb gets his bill through than the other
dew., who is "intoxicated with the
ezubrance of his own verbosity."
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Te enlightened public sentiment of
thState, as reflected by the press,
mm to be solid against the Pensacola
ltyrhm. a rang of masked hoodlums,
who the other night took a negro
eh rged with murder from jail and
kh him from an electric light pole on
th pimas. There was no doubt of the
myitiotn and punishment of the ne-
gf by law. for he had confessed his
gn .t The lawless process by which he
a str~ up merely destroyed one
etbawl to make scores of others. Uni-
m aJ arbaris is ahead of us if this
kald i bsmes is kept up.

A yomun man who will loaf around
I-m until he becomes an eye-sore and
It his father and mother support him,
des sot promise his community much
s a wsful citizen for the future. --San-
tw Ria Record.
All of which yi very true, but it


A PLAIN CASE OF LEGISLATIVE
DUTY.


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reiBg. h- eM Agues it a -
pears tt, taxable wealth and oarmk
tion considered, Florida is already fa
in thelead of the mot liberal of her
sister SouthernStates in pension ap-
propriation, and yet there is an insis-
tent cry for more, from some quarters.
The Savannah News groups the facts
and figures from the governor's me-
sage as follows:
"In proportion to her wealth and
population Florida pays more in pen-
sions than any other State, the amount
being $730,855.31, and it is estimated
that she will pay her pensioners in 1910
$950,000. This is a pretty heavy pen-
sion charge when the fact is taken into
consideration that her entire taxable
wealth is only $159,903,230. South
Carolina appropriates for her pension-


There is one plain duty incumbent
upon the legislature of Florida now in
session, which its own conscience and
intelligence, its own sense of the im-
perative needs of the State, should
prompt it to discharge. But as the leg-
islative memory is sometimeforget-
ful, every newspaper in Florida should
aid in the work of keeping this matter
constantly before our lawmakers to the
end that they cannot possibly overlook
it and no excuses can be offered after
the session has ended for having neg-
lected it. Governor Gilchrist thought
this matter of so much importance that
be gave it special emphasis by making
it the subject of his first recommenda-
tion in his message to the legislature.
Here is what the governor says:
'The Declaration of Rights declares:
'No man shall be deprived of life, lib-
erty or property without due process of
law.' Make 'due process of law' to
embrace the following: 'No judgment
shall be revered, or new trial granted
on ground of misdirection of the jury,
or the improper admission of evidence,
or for error in any matter of pleading,
practice or procedure, unless in the opin-
ion of the appellate court, after exam-
ination of the entire cause, it shall af-
firmatively appear that the error com-
plained of has resulted in a miscarriage
of justice.' This rule was adopted by
the English court in 1878. It has
worked satisfactorily. It has been rec-
ommended by the American Bar Asso-
ciation. The following from Mr. Taft,
now President, is concurred in: 'No
judgment of a court below should be
reversed except for error, which a
court, reading the entire evidence, can
affirmatively say would have led to a
different verdict. It should be for the
defeated party to satisfy the appellate
court that the error was really preju-
dicial to him upon the merits.' "
And there you have it, gentlemen of
the legislature, so plainly and compact-
ly presented to you and pressed upon
your consideration by the Governor of
Florida, that the layman'can as readily
understand it as the lawyer; and from
the layman's point of view, no excuse
can be made and no excuse should be
accepted for not acting upon this rec-
ommendation of the governor and ma-
king the change endorsed by the Amer-
ican Bar Association and long ago adop-
ted by the English courts.
Every man who has sense enough to
read the newspapers and keep informed
on current events knows that this coun-
try leads all others that are civilized in
its crime record, and that rapidly in-
creasing lawlessness is resulting in
widespread insecurity for life and prop-
erty that may well make decent people
fearful of the future and what it has
in store for this murder-ridden land.
We have enacted laws and established
courts to prevent this state of affairs,
but it is matter of common knowledge
among all classes that in the applica-
tion of these laws through the machine-
ry of the courts, the chances are nearly
always in favor of the criminal if he
has money enough to employ a good
lawyer and friends enough to talk up
some sentiment for him on the outside.


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FIRST NATIONAL BE
CARY A. ItARDt, Psiet LS. L. COMN
W. J. HILLUAAN, VKe..i
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ers $252,343.60; Tennessee, $375,000;
Texas, $500,000; Alabama, $778,361,
and Georgia, for the year 1907, $932,-
685.65. Florida pays her Confederate
pensioners more than twice per capital
the amount paid by any other State."

That is shocking and distressing news
from Washington that John La Fontisee
lies dead by his own act in that city.
Personally known to nearly every news-
paper man in Florida, he was the friend
of them all, and was, himself, among
the best and brightest of the tribe. In
the prime of young manhood, happily
married, holding an excellent position
in the government service in Washing-
ton, fettered by no bad habits, strong,
resolute and cheerful and with troops
of friends, it is hard to conceive the
motive that prompted him to leave all
these and take the dread leap into the
darkness of death. He was for sever-
al weeks on the Daily Democrat in this
city, when it was first established a few
years ago, and was heartily liked and
respected for his sterling qualities by
all who met him. He was one of the
best all-round newspaper men in Flor-
ida, of metropolitan type as a news-
gatherer, and in his social relations
he was a pleasant and unaffected gen-
tleman. His death will be deeply re-
gretted in all parts of the State.


To Florida Constitution to Destroy .1i-
quor Trafic--Seunate Bill to Same
Effect.


Senator Beard's bill to bring about -
Senator Beard's bill to brain about Following is the text of the joint res-
State prohibition by an act of the leg-olution to amend Article XIX of th
islature, as was done in Georgia andsolution to Artic the
State constitution to prohibit the man-
Alabama, will probably be defeated, as .
labama will ably be efeae, as ufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors
many good lawyers do not believe that in Florida, introduced in the hou .
Sin Florida, introduced in the hou.e at
such a measure would be constitutional.
at Tallahassee by Representative Hil-
The prohibitionists feel secure in their n
burn, of Putnam county:
strength, and do not intend to jeopard- o
Be it resolved by the legislatu-,v of
ize their cause by the passage of a law Ie t o .
the State of Florida:
that may be declared worthless by the That Article XIX of the ntu
That Article XIX of the constitutiun
supreme court. They feel sure of the !.
upre court. The feel sure of the of the State of Florida be and the same
adoption of the joint resolution propo- -is hereby amended so as to read as
i ns hereby amended so as to read aU fol-
sing an amendment to the constitution lows:
lows:
to destroy the liquor traffic, root and "Article XIX. Section 1. The ma.
SIArticle XIX. Section 1. The man-
branch, in Florida, and they feel equal- ufacture and sale or other d
ly sure that that amendment will be all intoxicating liquors and average .
ratified by the people when submitted w t tuos t
to whether spirituous, vinous or malt. are
to them. For these reasons thev are .
to them. For these reasons thearehereby forever prohibited in the State
doubtless willing to wait a little longer of Florida, except alcohol for m4 nal
for a certainty rather than rush through scientific or mechanical puand
a bill to take effect at an early date, wine for sacramental purpus. Th
.- *, wine for sacramental purpose. The
which will surely be held up by injunc- sale of such alcohol and wine for thr
tion and perhaps declared invalid by pu aforesaid shall b
th, ,. .purposes aforesaid shall b? rrguLtest
the courts. A great reform can afford by law.
to "hasten slowly" if thereby all risk Section The legislature sha ,
., Section 2. The legislature shal .n
is avoided
act suitable laws for the enforvemert


isld not be forgotten that the parents "Oh, he'll come clear," is the habitual of the provisions of this article.
f that young man took charge of him remark heard after every important The Democrat will tell its readers Section 3. Until the legislature 0 a.
trm the hour of his birth to mould his arrest, if only the two conditions of when the legislative results of interest enact laws for the enforcement of s.
character as they saw tit. and bring him money and friends be fulhiled. to them begin to come out of the hop- article, any violation of the pro i' ..-
upto either a useful or useless life. We have improved the efficiency of p er, but as for keeping track of the of this article shall be punished i
The public sentiment which condemns nearly every human agency under the hundreds of bills introduced on all sorts tine of not less than $2 .i, nor m-,r,. :t..
the young oafver and withholds from sun for the progress of civilization and of subjects that is ut of the question. $1,t,. and by imprisonment at hard ;a
him the respect and esteem of the corn- the betterment of man. except the M.oost of them will die in the committee bor for not less than thirty da\- i .
unity. is right. of course; but the pa- most important one- the enforcement rooms. anyway, and never be heard of more than six months."
nots who permitted him to become a of the law. Our machinery for that again; a iarge proportion (of the re-
loafer, to hate work and live in unman- purpose stands like a prepostcro'u ana- mainder will give up the ghost fr the Senator Beard, of l'en!ac', .*.
ly idleness should public sentiment chronism in this age-a ridiculous and want of votes in either house or senate, duced the following bill to secure ; r
spare them entirely and put all the bur- cumbrous old medieval device adapted and such measures of interest as tet hibiti,n for Florida by legislative en
den upon the youth' to primitive times and people, that through we shall endeavor to tell about actment without waiting for a c' nit.-
would be ludicrous in its inerticiency in the Democrat. Bills introduced by tutional amendment to be submitt.t-d to
The opchop rus r''esen the now if it were not calanitous, and that' our representatives and senator from the people, but many beheve tnat such
I should long ago have been .ent to the thi eCounty and district, we will, of
levity of the State press \over the name
of it town and seems to think the junk heap of obsolete, wornout and dis- course, keep our readers posted about.
Sarded systems. The result is that the .
Iemocrat a chite sinner in that regard. i
Not us. We know too well the fallacy la' dlas and t ln list f devices Those. J. Applevard, of the Lake
of the dictum that there's nothing in a successfully invoked to enable guilty City Index, who, now being the State a
name. We hold Sopchoppy, considered mtn to evade its penalties, have be- printer, makes his headquarters in Tal-
purely as a name, as a thing of beauty c ntulerable: crin re s n ad- lahassee, has fully redeemed his prom-
and a joy forever. It is indeed an as- equate check, and criminals of themost ise in the matter of that new daily to hl
st. as the Argus justly observes, and dangerous type are multiplying in all published at the capital during the
narIs of the cuuuttrh i
an asset of uch value that patriotic parts of thecuntr.sessin of the legislature. His Morn-
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Thomas Melntosh was in the city a
few hours Monday enroute to Jackson-
Sville from Luraville where be had been
spending the week end with his par-
ents.


[rn Co. | Miss Katherine Boulware, one of our
popular teacher in the High School, has
been quite sick this week. Miss Ethel
S Hardage taught her room during her
at Har- Iabsence.
Swatch Mr. Edwin Tucker of the L. 0. P. &
tb E watch that G. Ry., came up from Live Oak last
cannotbe depend- Saturday, He is visiting his parents,
mpu on at all times i no Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Tucker.-Monti-
npan C on t all timnesino cello News.
more valuable than the K. C. Wolcott, manager Southern
'""" friend who fails you at district of the Converse Bridge Com-
need. pany, was in the city Saturday looking-
1 Wt., K our Watches can always be depended'after the interests of his company in
or. We have a line of Howard, Elgin, this section.
S' r Waltham. Illinois, Hamden and Ham- Mammoth Imperial Pekin duck eggs
iltn the best and most reliable for sale, from high scoring ducks, $1.50
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aatches on the market. All prices. tor setting. Lake Eva Prekinm uck _-.-_ ._._1__J" &
ulrn tm' on NearKen Ao pnces. oi r seing. Lne va reKin UCK the reverence, the kindly tribute that should have been yours a life
Full lint of all kinds of Jewelry, Dia- Farm, D. 0. Henry, Proprietor, Live upon what is left of you, lay you away and proceed to forget you.
m.rul Set Rings, Lockets, Brooches, Oak, Florida. But the widow won't forget you.
I'ina. .tc., at the lowest prices. STRAYED-One dark bay pony mare. The orphans won't forget.
Beautiful Stock I took the above described mare up the hen you go to the cemetery, will the widow go to the poor house
'5th inst. Owner can have same by When you pass into the unknown, will your children pas into the
I't ins.it .r wO weinr and birthday h asylum ?
,I g...i. f..tr wedding and birthday identifying and paying expenses. John asylum?
Ir,-'nt. Roberson, O'Brien, Fla. There is no time to decide this but now. Savel Leave an lacoel
Rearinnt arul engraving. All workO'Br
nr-, FOR SALE-About i80 bushels of Start a Bank Account
-corn, 3,000 pounds of bacon, lot of --
i i I[I farming implements and 40 busheles of
Swarming implements and 0 buheles of If you left your wife whilealive the law would put you in jail
cotton seed. W. E. Floyd, R. F. E. Death relieves you of the law, but not of the responsibility.
Sf No. 2, Box 14, Welborn, Fla.
.j' %A/EIL.ER.. The Board of Trade office furniture
i e I otAK. .: PLORIDf has been moved to the ity hall, second T iti n n O
floor, and the office will hereafter be in The C Uzens Bank of Live Oak
,.. u ta and igars at P the room occupied by W. H. Lyle, J. B. BARTON, President ARNOLD P. MCKL~ CMi
s,,, !ir, (,,|a,'c,, and cigars at S. P. J
manager of the city waterworks.
Swmint um. S n- Mrs. Nelson Certainr, of Sheffield,
Wr Vi Strarmnt (Gum. Suwan-
SAla., was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Blackburn returned to Jackson- Notle.
S 1ou A. P. Micekler a few hours Monday. sonville Sunday after a short visit to In the District ~ cout of theUn Sd St fr the
W llton. f Falmouth, She wasen route to Capitola to visit hisparents here. Fred does not get sothern Distt ct Fri.-In tMhe m r
. sn t ity. her sister who has been quite ill. S. Ingramn Co.. Bankrupta.-Il ankptcy.
her sister who has been quite ill. home very often and his friends are al- To the creditors of K 8. Ingram & Co.. UiL v
i. I1,nw i.anwir. of Wilmouth, was Rhode Island red eggs for hatching; ways glad to see him. Otk. ithe coutr of Sumwam Fra.an
S f. ,, phppyn St urday. from healthy, farm raised, prize win- Notice is hereby iven. that n the 7th da at
S. I the st made. ag stoc. Splendid layers, r13 egs Live Oak's new $15,000 city hall will April. A. D. 19w. the said E IorA 6 Ca.
ti d art the best made. ning stock. Splendid layers, 13 eggs wew duly djudicated bankrupt aM the am
Sn for $1.00. Address, Rixford Poultry be completed within the next few days meetinof their creditors willbe bldat the at
1i f larton & Co. and the keys turned over to the city, houeia Live Oak. in the county of Sawwase*
Farm, E. A. Burdick, Live Oak, Fla., and the keys turned over to the city, hrids in the District ao a athm dw,
Flonda in the District afotid. om the UDtbd
4 |lra,., ii returned Saturday R. F. D.. The building is a very handsome one, of April, A. D. 190, at 10o'clockin tl tewnos
.at which time the said creditors a attas
S .%1- trip to Jack.sonville. nicely furnished, and will be an orna- prove their claim appoint a Truste. maauma
You can for a limited period purchase ment to the city for many years to the Banrupt and traiet othr bam a
S M .unitain KcRfrigerators are may properly come before aid m taa .
Sat J I. B n from us the medicine you need under come.--Lake City Citizen-Reporter. Puaf IYj o.
at J.1. Ht Barton & Co. I.. Referee in B ntkrur
positive written guara-ntee to refund Dated at Lake Cir. Florida. 1th day of Apnl.
'! I iuing and little son, of purchase price if you are not entirely IThe Florida State Bankers' Associa- A. 1909.
tion will meet in annual session in this
1 4 ,, .n,.n, lat Friday in the satisfied with the benefits received. t meet in annual session in this
Suwannee Drug C(. city for a two days' session on next DR. B. S. ROWELL,
Friday, April 23rd. The local bankers
I ." I r Ray an Willie S. P. Price, of McAlpin returned are making preparations for a largeat- OlticM
S : ,,' ... ;ta', at1 l'acoc(k lake home Monday after a several days' tendance and everything possible will All refractive desrc of
stay in this city with his parents, Mr. be done to make their stay in this city rectd. SpctiLf i l ave
S...11., ,f lake ('itv, was and Mrs. R. W. Price. He had been pleasant and profitable. The meetings GlN emade to order. 1?.
up. Office in White Bkllm I
S '' ,..:. : t',,mss in the city under the weather for several weeks of the association will ;be held in the in oms formerly welr
ik by ('ol. J. B. j~ohbn, I.,e
and was here for medical treatment. new city hall .Ok F. FImryo(Ale.uQ
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"Hanan" patent and tan Oxfords $5
"Uhlra" Oxfords in all leatl-ers, $2.50 to $4
"Dittman" .. 2.50 to $4
Extra Specials at_ -- -$1.25 to $2


Mr. Married Man, did you ever give moch t lli
happen when you died? ,
Did you ever spend much thought upon the fact t
ing to die?
Did you ever realize that your children would ao l~ b
children, but would be known as your orphans? *
If you did grasp these facts, which many men try to dod
carry your speculation a little further, thus wise:
"Will my widow wear as good clothes as my wife?"
"Where will bread come from when the bread winner pawe
"Will my orphans have the advantage of my children "
It is rather a grim subject-this idea of death. Not dinr t
conversation It all It's a pleasant thing to forget. Many -m _
cessfully dodge the subject all their lives. But there is no
death itself. It never forgets. It never Skips. Rich or poor-rI i
or lowly-no matter.
It's a fine thing to live. It makes a married man prod to hav a
home, to dress his wife, to give his children education advantage
to keep his family in the front rank. It takes money, yes-but its be
for the children, delightful for the wife, satisfying to the man. Bt-
When you've run your length, Mr. Married Man, what then?
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Amb, h, April 10.-Screaming Talhassee, Fla., April 10.-At a A Washington dispatch of April 5tS
M M pd pending for hislife a joint meeting of the State Board of date to the New York Wor a
Swh- m name is not yet known Control and the State Board of Edca- Richard Croker, former chiefofTa-
StakeB frnh m Sheriff Freeman tion held thisaf ternoon, the resignation many, arrived in Washington from the
l khirta of the city tonight and of President Andrew Sledd of the Uni- south today, called on Preident Taft,
bi mshbta miewhere hewuastrWng versity of Florida at Gainesville was and told The World correspondent that
M body riddled with bullets. received and accepted and President A. the United States is his home and that
s was positively identified aslA. Murphree of the State College for he intends to spend a large part of
bu-- aat of Mis Mary S. Ewing. Women at Tallahassee, was elected to every year on this side of the water in
NMws bh ght to the city this morn- fill the vacancy, future.
I that Miss Ewing, daughter of a The resignation of Dr. Sledd obviates "This always will be my home," Mr.
pmebst citizen of the county, living the difference that has existed between Croker said. "I shall keep my place
a ilx miles in the country, had been the two boards for several months. abroad, but I intend to spend much of
s-mad by a negro. Details of the as- Resolutions were adopted at the meet- my time in the United States in the fu-
mt were meager, Miss Ewing being ings, which made public the details of ture. I fell in love with Florida, and
pemtrat by the severe nervous shock the differences which have existed and will be there a part of the time when I
whie she underwent while battling which, without question, were the di- am on this side."
wih the burly brute in a deathlike reet cause of the resignation of Dr. Mr. Croker would not say that he in-
stia e to save herself and her honor. Sledd. The question of the duties and tends to build a winter home near Palm
Figtie with every ounce of energy in powers of the respective boards regard- Beach, but he insisted that that is the
rw body Mis Ewing was finally able to ing the election of heads of the state' place for him in the winter, and it is
brk away from the negro and run institutions caused the dispute which likely that he will establish a home
screaming for help. Fortunately near led to the clash between the two boards, there.
by were passers, who quickly responded A sensation was sprung at the meet- Michael T. Day, Mr. Croker's inti-
to the cry for assistance. Before they ing when Chairman N. P. Bryan, of the mate friend, said there was no politics
arrived, however, the negro had started board of control, moved that State Su- in Mr. Croker's statement.
running and was soon out of sight in perintendent Holoway produce a copy "He is coming back here to spend his
the wooded country. Miss Ewing of a better alleged to have been written winters," said Mr. Daly. "He writes
swooned as soon as help arrived. Her by himself and sent to certain citizens that he has pever had such a time as
clothing was badly torn, and she bore at Gainesville, and intimating that.the he has been having In Florida, and he
several marks on her person, all testi- Board of Commissioners of State Insti- will be back here in the fall, after elec-
fying to the desperate struggle. tutions, composed of the Governor and tion, to spend the winter in Florida.
Pose in Pmurnit. cabinet, could allow the expenditure of Mr. Croker has tried all the countries
no further funds from the appropria- where the winters are warm, Egypt,
Immediately upon receipt of the news tions for new buildings at the universi- Italy, etc., but he says he is going to
here a posse was organized, and headed ty if Sledd was retained. tell everybody from now on not to go
by Sheriff Freeman, was soon in pur- Dr. Sledd is highly regarded by the to Europe if they are looking for warm
suit. Other searching parties were or- members of the boardof control, and he weather, but to come to the United
ganized but Sheriff Freeman was the has done magnificent work in the devel- States and spend the time in Florida.
first to find the negro. opment of the university. The resolu- "Why, he says he is the blackest
Sheriff Freeman was allowed to bring tions adopted pay tribute to his alibity. white man you ever saw-he has been
the prisoner to the jail here, where he President Murphee accepted the ending so much of his time outdoors
spending so much of his time outdoors
was locked up. Heavy guards were presidency of the State Uuiversity to- fn bathi H
thrown about the jail, and it was be- night. The State Board of Control health, better than he's er been
;health, better than he's ever been.
lieved everything was safe. During as waiting for his decision. He's just bubbling over with enthusi-
theafternoon men gathered on the
asm about Florida, and he's going to
street corners and conversed in earnest TIiE TARIFF AN) COTTON. make a wonderful press agent for it."
tones. Late in the afternoon s veral
were seen with guns and rifles, and it e;na;tor' Flet, her' 'ants Florida Sta- A Knocker
was decided by Sheriff Freeman to make
an effort to spirit his prisoner away ple Protectetd. is a man who can't see good in any per-
an effort to spirit his prisoner awayr:
He succeeded in getting him out of the The Boston Transcript of Friday thus son or ehing. It's a habit caused by a
jail and to the outskirts of the town be- editorially comments upon Florida's disordered liver. If you find that you
fore he was intercepted. Here, at the new unitedd States senator's views: are beginning to see things through
point of a half hundred guns, h'eand his S-na or iIe h r ,f r lorida, tells a blue spectacles, treat your liver to a
deputies were forced to give up their Wasnington correspondent that 'since good cleaning out process with Bal-
prisoner. The mob then proceeded to a he sun of protection in its zenith else-lard's Herbine. A sure cure for con-
spot about a mile distant and the gro where it ought not to set on us in the stipation, dyspessia, indigestion, sick
an opportunity to make peace witn God. south.' From the poetic to the con- headache, biliousness, all liver, stom-
He begged for his life, but the mob was crete Senator Fletcher descends when ach and bowel troubles. Sold by Su-
determined, and he was soon strung up he protests that the tariff is gravely im- wannee Drug Co.
to a tree. perfect is not affording any protection
to sea island cotton. It is extensively ('ar of Thanks.
.IIA'HRIST'S PLAIN WORlDS. grown in Florida, one-half the total out- Through the columns of the Demo-
put in the United States being credited crat I desire to extend my thanks for
I A~nser to a lady About Pardon. to that state. More would be cultiva- the handsome vote given me in my race
isg Murderers. ted by Floridians if it were not for the for alderman at large in the recent pri-
competition of the cheap labor of the mary election of this city.
Tallahaee, April 12.-In answer to Nile. If there is a crop- in the United Very truly,
a powerful appeal written to him by an States deserving protection, it is sea FRED W. BUTLER.
estimable lady urging the commutation island cotton, in Senator Fletcher's opin-
u a death sentence to a sentenceof im- ion. Nor does he take kindly to reduc- .ly child was burned terribly
prwroment for life in the case of a tion on lumber, which will hit Florida. i about the face,. neck and chest. I ap-
man recently convicted of murder, "Such sentiments from a democratic plied 1Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. The
tieovrnor Gilchrist has written the fol- senator teach us that the south is no pain ceased and the child sank into
lowing: longer a great free trade section, but a rt.stiul sleep."--MIrs. Nancy M.
"I will state that after a grand jury one in which industrial development has IHanson. Halmburg. Y. 9
,f eighteen men had indicted a man for brought about a demand for protection
murder; after twelve men have unani- out ot manufacturers do not
Southern cotton manufacturers do not
muul.v, as a jury, decided him guilty, welcome unrestricted foreign competi- K 1
and after the judge and state's attor- tion in the products any more than their I I 'iu orL
ny who tried the case and heard all the northern brethren. Southern cotton


rkIence decide him to be guilty, it growers would like to head off importa- l'o autj t'alty.
wuWld take very strong evidence to per- tions of the Egyptian staple, even if \!l hl- blood in the body passes
muade me to undo the action of the the consumer had to pa a tax. Take hrokidys once v there
outhe consumerr had to payy a tax. Takes fi"'r th
court. If I were to turn loose such out politics and there is no broad, deep, Te kid s ilr the blood.
criminals on the state after the grand easily distinguishable tariff line of de- 1 It1 :k ih and da Whe
jury., judge, jury and state's attorney marcation between the several sectors I 'aht'y : 'he remove about 50) grains
had declared them guilty, and if other of the United States. Each wants what "f itlr,' matter daily, when un-
mrders should be committed, I would it raises or nakes protected, and every (1 ti'h. .OJlIne part of this impure mat-
consider myself more or less responsi- tantf is arranged byv kickerss' between er is !,.ft in the blood. This bring.;
ble for the subsequent murders. them." (ii i;nal diseases and symptoms-
"The governor is responsible to the ,ai in i the back. headache, nervous-
people for the good order of the state, i aunted to By ,.s hot. dry skin, rheunatism. gout,
so far as he is concerned. The turning 2A.' cars Florida and GeCrgia RIPE mel-: ira'v.. disorders of the eyesight and
loose of murderers, thereby encourag- ons. In the deal from "a to z" for 30 h'arint. dizziness. irregular heart,
ing other murders, I think, is wrong. average Tom Watsun ar d 35 average 'l,:ill}, drowsiness, dropsy. deposits
It is not the governor who sentences RIPE of any kind, in clean or papered n the urine, etc. But if you keep
convicted criminals- it is the law. If cars. No green trash wanted. Melon '' tilters right you will have no
you are opposed to capital punishment, 'headquarters, ILeesfurg and Live Oak, roubi !,, i'h our kidneys.
you could possibly get the members of Fla. O(ile'horpe. Frt \alley and Gor- in. i.. \'Westmioreland Ohio Ave.,
the legislature from your county to try '( un. Ga. Corresp.nden,-e invited. i'.:v O;a, Fla.. says: "My wife was
to change that law. H. Lo'~ ALLIS(N,. "Lunatic. i ;.cor health for a long time. She
"The governor of the state takes an Miami. Fla. i.ouil;ained of pains in her back. was
oath to protect and defend the laws and ,r! 1-, rvous and subject to head-
the constitution." J. Hungerford Smith's Standard Ex- i 'hi. The least work caused her to
Mjesty of the Law. tracts and Fruit Colors in full 2-ounce ,necme all tired out. When I saw


lOCts,


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p lb 914b


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LIVE OAK,


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Live Oak Manurttir
MANU 'tt M' e

Lumber, Shinle 4 mI
Lights, Powe w
Electric Lights in any prt of t tw I
Residence or Business House at a r.r
Electric power-Day and night c-urwv f?
ingpurposes.
Wholesale and retail Ice--out of u to
cial attention, and all orders prPmlpt it
Wewill Ceyou good icam k ,.
floorirg Come and oe aour p o.


a-


of qumtand oga, highly ptida Mb p.-.i ,
COtor. Mbommed cobbler arat. Haw id L e e.'
4ad very roagy built. ketalil at thw *=w ).
1t on account 4o our ra mracermls g,,, Ie **
Udlittyo.u. for5U.3 This eo w ybt p c**o so,
nia direct from the factory that uwbAe. .
bn mae krea aell chaim rt l m jIt a mre t e
Iat lo pus.7 wHrs mYe*...
c o at tesIeasathird onvhe g y" tvv V. %o
whatthisatmouatstoia farsiteiew htet, .' eC. .
ford not to ecnd for our free flutihtel g C.ae ust"
ad take adtvatage of thrbig mnv I
*Over o different klad olf hair foh err
tam, kitchen, porch, han, Am. olSe. Iret mh.
to the best, a t own iate O t
fecd exafly a& w low so*" 6"




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ill P~AUI-`laru


pre jrors with a sense o their r-
SiMli t tip, we t isrl time wiI
e Give Away Jewelry th tis ttitd of pd s"
board. The judge's words quoted above
With everyCash purchase of Staple ud Faucy grceries, ,L em imh* of ost O

tilizers, SM s, etc., ontig to FIVE DOLLAS, b, of Florida-Times-Union
Let tde Primry AWlas
Sy e yourof any article you may select Jewelry- The legiatue of Florida should
Pi o PlwtM d Rins, I acke, Pins of anll kinds, etc, to the value of 50 cents. the priry law, that ti e
Sch d of $10 we wil give $1 worth of Jewelry, and so on up. Every and ferce fiht being mde on the pri-
Sis warranted to be tst as resented. See the Jewelry on' display in opeop twit: he piti
r w. cins and options. In number of
Free Delivery to any part of the city states the polticias of both patie
made promises min their platforms that
they would give the people a direct pri-
Smary for the nomination of officials
California and Colorado, the legislatures
L of which are controlled by different par-
J N ties, are buncoing the job. In New
V O K. .0 FLORIDAr l York the fight is on in such a shape as
S OAK :: : FLO RIDA dto demonstrate t e pat tha of victory
for the people will be strewn with po-
.7 a M 0167 M M\ M 710. M M~tM Ir W/l* Vtlitial corpses.


Ieag for AdvertMsig.
governorr Gikhrist recommends that
the railroads be allowed to exchange
mileage for newspaper advertising,
wbch gives the boys a chance to attend
the annual conventions without walk-
mc The regulations on this and other
pouts immed by railroad commissions
ae hardly justified by the facts of the
situation.-Tampa Times.


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a. a ow l d hllt Sehm Tntih t
S If i m 's Tre are some people so constituted t
ha bkM tat they fly into a rage if they see I
M .r aty m mytlhi in print which is contrary to
so a" Te their beliefs. About the first thing
lthe te sch kan one does is to go direct to the
di to t have his name taken off the
subcription list-always an evidence of
a lttk, dwarfed, penurious, bigoted 1
V wastag for mind. A paper is fortunate in losing
M rh I w su ch carp. -Orlando Sentinal.
b r rilt ahead
gt-u mads. DOwrved Tribute to G6crist.
When Gilchrist offered as a candidate
are mrl it- -- rfor Governor, there were some who af-
S fected doubt of his ability to fill this
exalted station. If there were ever
Mb L. any real doubt on the subject it would
&tf- might just as well be dissipated by a perusal of his first
l tiu Aamendment to message to the legislature. In this
Wi done with the vexa- message the Governor reviews every
it is a question that legislative need, and shows an insight'
Plbleh until it is settledd into matters of State and a grasp of
I ~eople*-f Florida will i affairs that is absolutely statesmanlike.
hb*ai order if given the Gov. Gilchrist has disappointed no one
-,imimmec ;azette. except his enemies-and it is difficult


Ili of llruidfrd has
that hr illli pritcute
Sllln t) guilty of cruel-
Im a ,lrv.ad\ made an
I for cruelty to his
to the Starke Tel-
bI a Sta for the activity
OMl Ne. Sraa trusts that
ta i urtc n t, the
*hN, -sfer at the
:g IvrtR ,f
ad


ti


employed attracted general attention.
Last week's Tallahassee True Demo-
rat says that Mr. Averitt, the engin-
er who first conceived the idea in this
tate, is more favorably impressed with
he material than ever and has received
rom Canada a letter making particular
inquiry into the matter. It says fur-
her: "The roadbeds heretofore con-
tructed seem to improve with age, and
he commissioners are likely to continue
he use of sawdust in road construc-
ion." Sawdust now has has a new
ralue and road construction will be very
nuch stimulated.-Times-Union.

No Amea~et Neeied.
It does not require a constitutional
amendment to provide for the reap-
portionment of legislatures. The pro-
vsions of the present constitution make
such a a reapportionment obligatory
every ten years. But the restriction
of the number of the legislature to 100
members, made by another section of
the constitution, is now highly incon-
venient, will soon be impossible of ob-
servance, was always absurd. It will
need a constitutional amendment to re-
move that limitation and remedy the
short-sighted policy of the convention
which framed the constitution of 1885. -
Times- nion.


Beard's Petty Sectionalism.
The action of Hon. John S. Beard.
Eseambia county's representative in
the state senate, in requesting that that


to nnp any o0 these now. Lakeland portion of Governor Gilchrist's message
News. to the legislature relative to declaring
Sthe birthday of Abrham Lincoln a legal
Sawdust MKaes Good Roads.
Holiday be tabled, was unworthy of the
The Times-Union noticed in a para- high patriotic stand that gentleman has
graph published in this column a few always taken, as well as an uncalled for
weeks ago the success with sawdust rejection upon the executive of the
roads in Leon county. That paragraph state of Florida, and the fact that the


was copied in many leading newspapers
of the country and Canada, from the
Atlantic to the Pacific. It was made
the text for editorials in some half a
dozen of these newspapers. The nov-
elty and the cheapness of the material


Don't Heat

the Kitchen
All the necessary family cook-
hn may be done as well on a
New Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove as on
the best coal or wood range.
By using the "New Perfec-
ti" Oil Stove, the annoyance
o an overheated and stuffy
kitchen is entirely avoidedevcn
in midsummer. The scientific
construction of the


IFECION


kh flme 0il Cook-Stove
*I ku aJ a cool kitchen. The "Ncw Prfection"
MI CABINET TOP for warming plates and keep-
alr ai cooked. Also drop shelves on which to


motion was tabled by a vote of ?6 to 5
indicates that the members of Florida's
legislative body are too broad-minded
to allow petty ieeling.s of sectionalism
to sway their judgment or blunt their
sensibilities regarding prOproitf. I'en-
sacola News.
Tdmpd Adkce to Legislature.
T," the legislature, greetings and a
heart., l ma;'k: l'i:t, a vice. Doi '
v\ a.-ltt \< ll' time nlink!len!ig with c eui tv
i \ :. !o 'ia'!(re I n i't a county in the


nww *' ~'~t is i ui cniugrh to get (Put

-c i! t )ie to the crei
1 1 Al -htuiO. l unt re-

nmy w uuaua insitu
Do lit !i &M, Ya "Ahave sattca~iet-

-.~ rrt. I m \ hbuts safelT.
If 1,G \u w. t' 'ii 'nithini v cut W'An
th~e j'e!nsm lot KOf and' allioritl~iaw
tv hate .aini'.
i t!trt~l,~ ,~!:~~il:T tai~ d pruniri.L 1:i t.-


No (Semencv to Murderers.
~1 h dt~t> ~K tK~tat,'tard *f par-

anti teae ch!Ja,,rnan vo the bogrd, to
grant, o 1: ffk-nd T tartin fr'm icoflv':c-


In several states where the law is al-
ready in force strenuous efforts are be-
ing made to emaculate it of all its real
value. It is safe to say that the Flori-
da law is good enough to leave be. If
an attempt is made to amend it at Tal-
lahassee the chances are that it will re-
sult in mangling the law, which is
pretty good now. It may have some
minor faults, but we do not remember
to have heard or seen anything of a
kick from the voters. The only voices
audible in opposition are those of politi-
cians, too many of whom are aginn"
its results. When we find that the hon-
est voters are kept away from the polls
it will be time enough to look for the
fault. The sages st the state capital
might do worse than let the primary
law entirely alone. -Tampa Times.


Pass t at Once.
The Journal's reports from Tallahas-
see indicate that the overshadowing
question now before the legislature is
the joint resolution calling for the sub-
mission of a constitutional amendment
for state-wide prohibition of the liquor
traffic in Florida.


had ba


Vermi, ft. Ama
Sits own pilait
attempt to mam ,hftal ol
White's Cream Vmfip, hI
cents. Sold by Sewnm

C'lm w S 9(DmI


Every family rhou p-
which shoodM "r' t K M i
other nights if a eum7. T e m
fews are not costly d m a m -bh~e
home. Get you a pisee swf--
feet long and whittle -m dI
handle. Take the d kML w m ~o
curfew nd beead him er aa mm
Then take the seuantI ia m i a
clapper. Put iton bht, kt m t ak meb
even and don't mim a "ick. TI a-
few is good for a boy w girf rIp W
age of 18, and three apItnat it
claimed, will cure the most oelib
case of street loafing at mght Jt
try it once.-Yoakum Times

KlmaeI t AutbMhtio Nay
that outdoor exercise is need by th
American people. That's all very l
but, how can people with rMbmMt
follow that advice! Thea mn isey
simple-use Ballard's Sm IL-mm
and the rheumatism will pgo;
you as spry as a cot Givr q~ ad
permanent relief from rlite
neuralgia, lame bect a aII pm
Sold by SuwanIee Drg Co.

Don't Kill the Kaglis nef .


Those places which have hm vtM
by immense swarms of whteo Mrt
should be on the watch to kdlU t4
measuring worms which thue sp *
hatch from the egg they hal Tsw
worms are especially fund of the f,6en
of maple and elm tree, but wdlt .se
most any kind of leaves. The V a'rir
sparrow was first impurtrd t,, Iv. -,
this pest. and they ha, Irpv, ,**.,.
bers dowo effectually INa i- .


There is little doubt that the resolu- the English sparrowa. 1 ,u %;: t o ,*
tion will pass, but whether it passes or of their help in yonr rt; 'I ,:,' *t
not the question should be settled at measuring worm n. o ,.**: a -
once so that the legislature can get Crisis.
down to other business which demands i I IJ.
its attention. a ou n eglecred tK .4 ,-
The submission of this amendment lave .ou ovo-rwrke d cir *.*
will be in line with the general demand s ysimn and ,aus.-l 'r,,uh, *oi,
of the people throughout the state. kidneys and bladder' Hato. ,,i ,a.
ili loins, side. t,a-k. k rol:ir and ', *,
The passage of the resolution will not i loins, side bark, groist anr .4
,ier Have .ou a tabth a',i, **-
affect a single saloon in the state. It I ti:e the, es;,teiaill un.'l- :h- *.
will not change the present status in foo frqiie t a d s:r.- t :,. .
the least. It will simpiy give the peo- f s0o. Willi:,sK Kidn*w -
ple of the state an opportunity to vote 1..'. louat drugg .-
Viilians M'f t'o P'rimA
on the question and to say, by their Ian1. Suwannee DrugI '
votes, whether or not they want the
saloon in Florida. The legislature will, can't t look a-11. ,At *!
in fact, simply be shifting the responsi- .ell with iimpure bl.oold !-.Il11c
ability of deciding the saloon question to '',,d. Keep the b Iloi1 ;i'*
the people themselves, where it belongs. I'iurdock Blood Bi't!.r- EK 'i.,
The point now is that the legislature 'ake exercise. kee, i, an 11 ,ind *
which is going to pass it anyway-- '"av long life.
should pass this resolution at once and
be done with it. That will settle it so Kodaks, Brownie t'anr..-t- .
far as the legislature is concerned and' p!is. Suwannee Drug t,
that body can then get $do'n to other
busilne-s. leaving the liiqur ,i;uesti'on to ,-


he'a Ia-;~ 1 *~n b the I~'et' ontil. xtar
iinx:'cn:ac ta .1kour-


A Ltuky tscape for floridd.


lieh aaa t o' f Seua'ri uai0'Es
c:aflia, in ii'ectn:g t- 't!,.GWvoerrf'.r

Luifl (i~' hii~ fluCt S:l. >'at',r Beard
c~an! ? ~i;! r u !:' ntr ;'r nmlcxi that
--A trn cit, the
tI. shi -h as itectot' y
a! A' un~t'par tat it k \ci ri-
1I~ '~f waI,.\ el O ti: : the w th
ZIno dfdnd !Ifriici


than thke hi neatr'arit a! I th m I t
sincere ej'e c ~ hr~n .n'Kt
his rt-ord a, hIcc'me- a p,-rt inf ojr
nistmr randi a tftr~oiS part a'1 it. 1
*Jn,!rt'c ~'0l~tuc'el rel"'. if he t'

etige t he grit-':2 I nir n. T,)J rt-
lUist zi'h..j ack~li~.' I' g e' CJs to ::-
itc' h>lf l" x a 'Itci ai ;'ltcAiIdC


1)iE I
EVIDENCE
Is
bQNCavSlv


A

Good Judge
will
recommend

BALLARDS
SNOW
LINIMENT
IT POSITIVELY CL'RWS
RhemAtkm, CutS BrO ,
Bruises Sprains, Com.
Stiff Joints and a t hel
that Flesh bs eir to.
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REPAIRS
ARE EXPENSIVE


S O IT IS well to con-
sider this fact when
buying a new range.
Have you stopped to con-
sider the amount of money
spent for repairs on that
Old Cook Stove or Cast
Iron Range you have? To
this add the express
charges and the time lost
waiting for the repairs, and
you will find that your
present Cooking Apparatus
cost you a great deal more
than

A Great Majestic

Range
a range that is made of
non-breakable Malleable
Iros and Charcoal Iron.
The range that, if properly
handled,

COSTS NOTHING
FOR REPAIRS


THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE


lasts three times as long as a cheap range, but it doesn't cost three times a much.


The Hair


LIVE OAK,


Is absolutely wne ar *y
joints. It is noMbnUhbm
riveted. The MAJESIC -
MALLEABLE IRON; all jointia
fectly air-tight. No heat seap
enters range, thus heating the oV e
right, with about half the fuel used I
made of cast iron, where joints m I
and pasted together with stove putty.

All Ranges will work rilht |

and until the bolts ad si

get loose, then trouble

You are compelled to use twice the
only running your fuel bill up, but
your range and increasing the repair
nothing of its short life. With

A lajestic lalleble lad a
Irol ge

where all parts are so constructed
come loose, your repair and f l u(
and life of range three or four timeI *I

Consider this point tb
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High Shool Nots. This society has been very enthusiastic
The Hh School year is rapidly draw- during the year in their literary efforts
Sk and already preparations and the public will greatly enjoy some
a# to ckwe wand already preparations
have bqw to make this one of the of their well-rendered programs.
cmnits in its history. The High School has been very for-
htunate in procuring Mrs. D. 0. Henry
The Bafcealareate sermon will be
and Miss Rie Porter, who will have the
rwm wdi he preached by Dr. C. C. training of the pupils for the choruses.
Ceul, dof Oftla, on Sunday morning Prof. Edwards and his faculty de-
al th aeditonum. Dr. Carroll is well
serve great credit for the splendid
favoably knwin throughout the showing which the High School will
Mtt. Nad a see of the ablest divines
e. m iw of the ablest mdivines.make at the close of the term. Our
m tw apti t church. city is to be congratulated in having
TI grdkuatrng exercises will be held such an excellent corps of teachers in
Msui arght. May 10th. This year our school.


"d a graduating class of
Moet) Aubrey Evans and
MWa Hanains and Annie Barcl
"U has due excellent world
thM wrm aal reflects much cre

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From Senator J. B. Jlohnson.
Editor Democrat:- I have had a num-
ber of applications for copies of the
Senate Journal. It costs the State
quite a sum to print 1600 copies of this
journal every day, and I am trying to
eliminate this item of cost as far as
possible. Further than that, if one
citizen in the county is entitled to a
copy of the Daily Journal, then each
citizen in the county is entitled to one.
Now to eliminate this expense as far
as possible, and in order that each citi-
zen in the county might feel that he
has a property in the Senate Journals,


i "I -Ln I am mailing five copies of this journal
Misses Relekah Ltwlge Organizedat Live 0ak as follows: To the Clerk of the Circuit
lay. This
lay. This On April 1st Miss Robb and Mrs. Court, to the County Judge, to the Tax
dit upon Saunders' of Gainesville, came here Assessor, the Tax Collector and to the
and organized a Rebekah lodge. There Superintendent of Public Instruction.
was a number of applicants received. The ahove are to be public property
ety and the lodge was duly instituted The for the use of any who might desire to
ment on officers elected are as follows: Mrs. read them.
will con- NonaJohnson, N.G.; Mrs. Mattie Peole, J. b. JOHNSUN.
ns, etc V. G.; Miss Maggie Holmes, secretary Tallahasset. Fla.
-- 'and Miss Bertha Mills, treasurer.
The lodge meets every second and llar a.
fourth Tuesday nights at the Masonic The Earnest Workers of the Metho-
hall. All single ladies over 18 years of dist church will give a dollar social
)O age, and married ladies whose hus- soon, which is rather novel. Each mem-i
bands, brothers or fathers are eligible ber having made a dollar will tell in'
to membership, are invited to become poetry how she made it. There will be
y members. MAGGIE HOLMES, a musical program and refreshments.
J Secretary. No admission charged at the door, but


'ree-will offerings will be gladly re-:
'est Treat ment t'fr holdk. cerved. The new pipe organ is here
"Most ordinary colds will vield t lth,. and these Earnest Workers desire to
simplest treatment," says the (hicagohave all their friends take some stock
Tribune, "moderate laxatives, hot fo)t in the beautiful instrument.
baths, a free perspiration and an a oid-
ance of an exposure to cold and wet Ntite.
after treatment." While this treat- The stockholders of the Producers'
ment is simple, it requires considerable Warehouse Company are hereby order-
trouble, and the one adopting it must ed to meet at the court house on Sat-
remain in doors for a day or two, or a urday, April 17 at 11 o'clock, a. m. to
fresh cold is almost sure to be con- transact such business as may be nec-


METHODIST CHUBCH.
Rev. R. V. Atkisson, Pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
sermon by the pastor on "Authority of
Right over Wrong."
Evening services at 7:30 p. m.. ser-
mon by Rev. J. A. Hendry, presiding
elder of Jacksonville district.
Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.
Junior League 2:30 p. m.
Senior League, Monday 7:3u p. m.
Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednes-
day 7:30 p. m.
Good music, free pews, and a cordial
welcome to all.


BAPTIST CHURCH.
J!jo. A. Wray, Pastor.
Morning Service, 11 o'clock.
Evening Service, 7 o'clock.
Sunday School. 9.45.
B. Y. P. U., 3 o'clock.
Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednes-
day evening, 7 o'clock.


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and 7p. m. .. ; '
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. 'For -.. i t
Loyal workers at 3.00 p. m. ;*i "'.
Prayer services Tuesday 7T00 p. m. 'ia ',
JAMES LEE, Pastor. Ohio. Su:n.

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1 Ilr .wpi ar1 er Man Ca-' Light Deeke Tbs Term--Cnas Tri
a& LsawinWolmoft.MsdCIty. MDr Ot
1 Aprl 13.-J o. LaFoo- On Monday of the April torn of the
dem, em _d b lst Jutv with the criminal court of record cnvend with
bMa try mIs, wa faund dead today J e Cartr ad the bemh amdallcout
il hD am adaining( his room at' pi" e it.
a eal IlM, th ga in the room be- The fo ing were sworinaa juror
q Imd T orimner, not stia- T. K- Tedder, H. J. IambhJ. F. Freeo
Sa t aw m of death. hasdefer- J C. Pinkhm, J. 0. Harrell, C. F.


med a death ertifcate until af-
r he a mke a more thorough ex-

Mr. L Aatis's wife was with him
bw ei shat week ago, it is said;
wtm a e rstaed to her home in
S Bb. eo m ered at the hotel
Apst a ~ p e hs bill lst Friday.
t Wu M t te for~try bureau that
lbe we-s clhrf disposition. Mr.
Laluim waus fr a aaber of years
-m ed with Mwspapers in Florida.


Wu tee, Aprill-J. 0. LaFon-
d 4M l street, Jacksonville,
-~ Idml he a bath room at Ho-
Mrl l. Iu eky.l today. Body d
m by sbetl h ploys detecting
e a P ie. o showed doors
SAd IM- a ad all cracks seire-
M sI a Su jets turned on full.
la mn toWasMWeitoWn a ~a-
u m aw u.plhi flportant data
bnin q f*trie. No
M hr L*t idd& is how It is
S hamw t hote that he was of a
ht mr ashey dM position. No notes
a wd wre found. All indica-
I p rll nagr~tltosuicide. Inquest
wE heM b tomorrow.

tW Arh. A ik Cm e iC "The Starry
P4.l.


Tuie y aght at the first rehearsal
f 'T Starry Flag" at the auditori-
m the pstir east was present, and
r the Ieadrshiy of the manager,
ML IL B Cook, the parts were gone
Utheq with an ease and grace of
m r that wa ehrmig and selom
Ihow by aore finished players.
This play will be a rare treat for the
local theatre patr& s when it will be
predated for the first time on April 30.
The prt of Captain Le Claire of
Company B, the villian o; the plot, will
e played by Cliord Robinson, who
Iathepart to perfection, and as a
whol the company is well balanced.
YadeU Brown takes the part of a
itr easily led and has many misfor-
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GOOD DETECTIVE WORK.


Deputy Sheriff Anderson Arrests Ne-
gro Waatd in Levy County for
Murder Committed in 1904.


WLBOIU N EWS.
gtewr Savimy wa.bomwwd hmt 1a
.Methoti t deuoh At U aLm f.r
I. P. Jerwas peaches a i nr
a force" l s e-a mrpgIridteItOte
eesMo at th edow iof h the m.
auet of the lard' Supper w a
miitered to quite a member. Thea '-
ie w good, oA fauiar bh s beim
aed. During the semve tsew bo*d ft-
y gsa that good old hy=-"May to
be Saviour's tomb," which was vy
mpremive. An offering uwas made
for the recently estabt hed Methodit
wphanae at Entrpris. A nicemm
was realized. At SS o'clock in the
fteruooa the Sabbath school had a
ar"e attadance, with good le
which was eoAuging to the ofces
ad teachers At 7-30 p. m. the Sab-
bath school as again in th elchurc
nd carried out a nice program of ad-
drees.e, recitations and select reading
"Easter"being the subject There was
a large crowdia attedan and every-


Grdner, S. A. Richardson, Huy i
Holtzclaw, Wm. Frink, W. D. What- i
ley, J. L. addock and P. M. Lamier.
The docket for this term of court did 4
not contain as many case as usua but I
there were several important and hard
fought cases by counsel.
The following are the cases tried
State vs. Earnest Burris, grand lar-
ceny, trial by jury; verdict of guilty.
State vs. James Stewart, assault and
battery, trial by jury; verdict of guilty.
State vs. Alex Stewarr, fogerv, plead
guilty.
Tuesday almost the entire day was
taken up with the case of State vs.
Frank Hurst fr assault with intent
to murder. The defeamdt was repre-
sented by Humphreys& Harrell and So-
licitor MeCollm was assisted in the
prosecution by CoL Fred W. Butler.
Both the state and defendant had a
large number of witames. This cue
went to the jury TuTesday fterno
and a verdict of agravated assault
wu returned. An appal will probably
beaken in this cae.
State vs. Nelon Keller, breaking and
entering, trial by jury; verdict of guilty.
Tuesday afternoon the jury was dis-
charged.
Wednesday morning Judge Carter
passed sentence on the following pris-
oners:
Nelson Kellar to pay a fine of $200
and costs or 18 months in the county
jail.
James Stewart, to pay a fine of $50
and costs or 4 months in the county jail
Earnest Burris, to pay a fine of $200
and costs or 18 monthin the county jail.
Alex Stewart, 18 months in the coun-
ty jail
The jury for the next term of court
was drawn.
Court adjourned Thursday morning
uutil the next regular term.


SRrow.) I n) d Mabel Horton (Miss Flor- Deputy Sheriff Anderson did a very
h"1 1 mn Bacbe) are bordering on the re- clever piece of detective work a few m
oo l b t. dilels and wilt cause many a smile days ago and succeeded in landing be-
frm the audience. Harvey's troubles hind the bars a nero wanted in Levy
Ile m mainly a his feet and one of his county 4r murder of Henry Brocking-
Sfavorite expressions. "Feet! Why did ton, near Bronson, in June, 1904 At
I ever have feet? To think that now the time the crime was committed the i
t they've co e between me and the girl negro was living under the name ofv
SI i twe," is only a sample of the rare Pete Shipman. Imnned~tely after the A
h o mer i this part crime he managed to evade the officers
Pictures of part of the cast are now and made his way to this county and d
I be sw and tickets can be obtained af- has since lived under the name of Jno. a
u ter Priday noon at Butler Clothing Co. Williams. He has lived a rather quiet
a v &eml--ber to secure your seats early, life, but has been regarded as a "bed a
ft- mam dWe ar giving you this play to show negro." He married about four year v
4 f Ies what we can do; we are to be the ago, and has accumulated some little b
S sAaants, you the jury and our man- property; owns 80 acres of land four H
l the jude. What will be your miles northeast of this city, a part of
St miVet? which is improved.
a mto If you lke us we are coming again On last Saturday Williams came to M
sam with a beautiful Western drama town and Deputy Sheriff Anderson
full of beautiful scenes, and we placed him under arrest. En route to a
Sp w o ums that this play will be staged the jail Williams broke away from the
o w mo a y as well as "The Starry Flag." officer an4 ran, but was soon overtaken
and lodged in jaiL After a night in e
1 jail Williams made a full confession of
40 1 d Aar Tbw committees are at work'
T mitts a re a w the crime he is charged with.
S Un *nebd l. ... Sheriff Walker, of Levy county, was ;
Slm To Jomon of ths distinct, has notified of the arrest and he came up
SiSo d d d a joiSt resotion to aendi Monday, identified the negro, and car
4061 o of I i rn1. Ankle X, of the constitu---
Stelsi Artohmestead exept ons.ttu ried him back to Levy county where he .
a trn to std exemptions. will be tried at the next term of circuit
Oft Up AW abh i i ed a bill to author-
a n tawe baed d p@bk instruction of court for that county.

_. I!- to ia nota TARIFF BILL PASSED


ng passed of pleaatly. All who
k part acquitted themselves with
dit. Exercises for the young fols
Always looked forward to with
sure and enjoyed by all
SSabbath school has recently bees
panised at Whitesvile church four
le south of hee with a good mIm-
r of cholars, and W. H. Mci lha
superintendent Another schoolhas
o been organized about three amls
rth-eat ofthis place, with Mr. John
illams asa).Pperintedeut A new
hiding was cently erected in this
ctio near the J. D. Godbold place,
r this purpose. This is a goodcaue,
d hopes are entertained for the se-
s of these new schools and al oth-
s in this section.
Mr. J. H. Cook has in course of cob-
ruction a new dwelling for himself in
Iat Welborn near his sawmill, which
ill soon be ready for occupancy. Mr.
W. Warren has also recently built
veral tenement houses in that part of
wn and may build others soon. Al-
gether this is a busy section just now.
The second quarterly meeting of the
methodist church, for the Welbom cir.
lit, will be held next Saturday am
unday, at Pine Grove church. Rev.
SA. Hendry, presiding elder, will pre
de.
There is a movement on foot looking
Sthe establishment of a bank here i
he near future. There seems to be a
oubt about the investment being
saying one, but nothing efnite la
een cided on yet We ope it wil
materialize, as from all that can b
earned such an establishment is muc
needed, especially during the fall a
winter season.


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Mr. J. W Isn t u ow
ti of pestmK su"t o4
4ciet asjst, alim4 h b db
ic. duties hdis -'-bah
Mui B& &Guy be.
after a visit to zzi+b*IN.= ItsbLh
Tavp..
W. X flRaeknodoftbheQ 1X Idk
Co., Wholies ale s g it
was hem last Week m as o b
]r tr ps.

teaching sewin I*viam e bt b
home a aem sti
Rev. I K PamkIMlW kb
seat at mt. OliN" Bq a ek -
here as dat Sy.
Mr. A. W. Maerm vIsb "m7t
Methodit Chu*re ,sUth E Ah
lat Satumy, whers a
meting Wask m t m
the Layman's, nhii =0044

viio is layit. Mhd imto akm
IV&diea thisMr& a
pipmtiey interdtd to anI
in the wet d the aPP
Thesefle df ooir L P .
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Mr. Adams, of Boston, Ga., a prom-
nent business man, was here last week
isitig his cousin Dr. Smithson Mr.
kdams was here about thirty years
go, and knew some of the old resi-
ents, but all have moved off or passed
way since he was here last.
Mr. A. J. Hembree, our railroad
gent, and his wife,- left Tuesday to
isit the former's father in Texas, to
e absent two or three weeks. Mr.
lembree's brother Joe will act as
gent during the chiefs absence.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. McDonald were
nade glad a few days ago by the arri-
ral of a little son. All are doing well,
nd David hopes to have help in the
shop some time in the future.


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MARIANNA BINTIT KILlH

By Deputy Sherif s I1


MaYrina, April Im -Dr. 3, A A
der, a pIl Rims dolt df b
was shot adai lyt kbm iMM e
ighby Deptq aMW J.V, To b
who claimed that Dr. AlIae wd
insulted bb wife wN shl '
some work done ma her tef
odce. The coroner's jw oy4
verdict of murder and WW e tim
held for trial

BUIacS k
There was a sp id am lml
the young mmn's Baa d d f
PFirt Baptist church t Fh M nw
*g. Eh*ton mbus p@
Atthe cl of the dls i a
offering was made to ~i ak
which anmAted to *4O .
The Bar ecla ius xkbia -qb
did showing, the unw ecM
ofenrs have go to wr*k Iu tmha
termination to mak to UW i r l
raca M the b het a ti .
Our class now hu about mm
and new ones are commg ia ev I
day.
The class u taught by Co. ha J.
Carter and meets every Su y ma-
ing at 95 at the Bap tist
If you are not a member ofad y el
come and join us.
Visitors and strange are alwas
cordially welcome. Meet with ama
Sunday and you willconsider the ar
well spent. Our motto: You ae a
stranger in our class, only oe.
P. L TUCKER,
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It I your net pair of soes be Sebk
c t R, ad alBie. MeCuler BrI.
I Fos Rmrr-Furnuhed cottage, cheap.
t Is 8' = a Ofyi trip to "ply to J. H. BnrawelL
I t swlt15 or G doses '"1'" will cre an
hm o vMtb re Ihtitve eae of Chill ad Fever. Priee 25.
fi b kV I Mr. Mizell, manager of the Mienl
k -i a*i tmhw pie Live Stock Company is expected ba
a 1J. L& Nm'. tomorrow from a business trip to Ala-
i lS bm a biMas visitor'


lI Wd. See professional card of Dr. W. M.
a n m W .1 Sg R Boal McRae, dentist, in today's Democrat.
M YHis> of fHis offe is second foor of the Lewing
building in the rooms formerly occupied
b. W. J nm d wife of Lee :by Dr. L. M. Dixon.
dOi Business men and others whose busi-
m a km y w to don to nea is not sufficiently large to entail
M I T vaR rehtives the engagement of a full time book-
1 w 6M "s wlg cre any keeper may have their books written
m d i- aIdeer. Price c. up by an expert man at reasonable cost;
L am-- eItd ,m. build- also stenographic and typewriting work
..o.the Le ^ ul expeditiously and neatly executed. G.
tam is e t to te Live Oa Ross, city.
_. .. : Dr. Livingston, the Medicine Man,
Tm ur saamdmL i of was called to Jacksonville Tuesday on
M ptd j~-business for a few days. During his
h aJ. &Ev. absence and all times his medicines are
S N qal Ue Mo amd $400 shoe on sale at all the drug stores in the city
M y g m d.toLa OOothe andat the same price and with the
M-M Id s Bs. guarantee as though you bought direct
& L Ow mr of Mayo, and from the doctor.
L I. fm r. r of the Mayo Capt. W. J. Hillman and T. S. Bais-
W hme dty~dtyet e na.den a the trip from here to Jack-
l r the Mo thodist sonville Tuesday in Capt Hillman's au-
es lWl a d toh work of tomobile. They left here at 1 p. m.,
Sn Il W @ I* e as fast aas and arrived in Jacksonville at 7 p. m.,
WL ;making the trip, 85 miles in 6 hours
SWg by tih over rough, bad road a' considerable
lb "dhdo U f ivH bSy tw nvart of the way. They returned home
n M a charch wil s eterday.
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Houston one day this week and bought
a nice line of groceries for his mercan-
tile establishment at Houston from the
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S A Baby Show in Live Oak
would have many contestants. but it's
safe to say that the healthiest baby
would winthe prize. No baby can be
healthy who suffers from worms and
most babies do unless they are kept
free from them with White's Cream
Vermifuge. Acts quickly, yet mildly-
is its own purgative. Mothers, don't
attempt to raise children without
White's Cream Vermifuge. Price 25
cents. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.


Notice of Application for Tax
Deed Under Section 575 Gen-
eral Statutes of Florida.
Notice is b siven thmtA. L Bryoum por
ebMerwaTu Cxtific No.2SB dated the 7th
dayof Ju, A. D. h 11M. mid midtifi
i myadb, ad hM bdk apliatim for atu
ded tieineurdoe with kw. S aow.
tifats e hmem the foUmin dewriled prop-
rt srmmed in Suawmmne ounst. Prid. to.
wit: Swdu M ow ometim IooltM lMeth.
rnw uSmee t.Oaam Th eid lmd mn M m
smed at the dso oft 6bemUns dt m d erti
GtesintBmmoed rkew. Udnln m id ow-
tisfe m ilbe l deeda ccordng to lw. tax
dewiBd ismme a tre o t 10t da of May.
A. D., 19.
witem r acial uiraturem and e thisthe
th day of Apri. A. D.L .
J. W. BRYSON,
Clerk Circuit Court Swanee aonty. Florida


Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un-
der Sections 574 and 575, General
Statutes of Florida.


Notie of Ap"lietio for Tax Dad
Under Seetom 5744 ul 575, e,.
ral Stattes of Firil .
Notice is hereby given that A. L
Bryso purchaser of Tax Curdiat
No. 2, dated the 2ndda of J*A.
D. 1906, ha filed said ertikat
oice, and has made a le t r t
deed to issue in or with law.
Said certificate embraces the follin
described property siwated in Smurm
nee county. Florida to-wit: E, ot ML


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nedy says Live Oak whbesale houses Notice is hereby given that A. L Bryson. pur- section 6 township 6 south, raUng
S bA r. cae hi from Jack- has all others beat a "whole block" oatjsu a ideeertifccd yeast, 80 acres The said land ube
y sight ad pnmt Sun- when it comes to prices and prompt ndh-sm adepplication for tax ded toiue in sessed at the date of the imane of T
accordacewith law. Sad tif c such certificate in the name of SL t
S p aurmt, Mr. and Mrs. shipment. the ribed pmp iate eUnless said certifi
wannee county. Florida, to-wit: Nw4" of ej, U sai
Sixth every purchase of goods at our Co towmnhip 6 mouth rane 14 east. 4 be redeemed according to law, tax ded
SIL lata, a well known citizen Wtevery p urac. The ssid land being aseesed at tedate of will issue thereon on the 17th day of
Sh c itW e store for cash you get credit on e t theissuaceofsaideertiScatemthenameofun- M AD 1909
d 9-m -- tI city Wededay known. Unless aid certincate shah be rdeemed A D., 1909. ,
Amount of jewelry the purchase entitle according to law. ta deed will issue thereon o Witness my official signature and sal
Smig of the you to. If you purchase $20 worth of the 17th day of May. A. D., 1909. this the 14th day of April,A. D..
YO" witness my official signature and asea this the J. W. BRYSON,
go omfo goods from us for cash in a day, week1 1 fpril. D.L. J.W. st Clerk Circuit CJortY Suan c y.O
V. I mry a prominent citizen or month, you are entitled to your Cle.rk circuit court Suwannee county. Florida Florida.c
4od r w in the city Wedneday choice of $2 worth of jewelry. If your -.-. i
r mi a meeta g of the Royal cash purchase amounts to $100 you get Notice of Application for Tax Deed Notice of Application for Tax
M HM ^. your choice of $10 worth of jewelry. Under Sectons 574and 575, General Deed Under Section 575 Gen-
Mha i r~ Blackwell who spent This jewelry is not cheap, trashy stuff, tttes of Fori. eral Statutes of Florida. ,soao nl
b Id dW old la Notice is hereby given that A. L. Bryson. pur- I- sol
S~ w w father, Rev. T. S. but is solid gold or gold plated, and is chaer of tax certifcate No. 108 dated the 2nd Notice is hereby given that A. L Br yso pur. m
- s .Li ve Oa S atur- warranted to be just as represented day of July. 1906. ha filed said certificate in my chaser of Tax Certifate No. 265 dated the 7th Maeer.
ft-kd- Po l l to< ULve Oak Satur- J P ^ office, and has made application for tax deed to' day of'June. A. D., 187, has filed said cartikcate is aso mm Wp
SWThe jewelry is given absolutely free. J. issue in accordance with law. Said certificate i my office and has made application for tax deed
-B. Evans. i embraces the following described property situate: to issue in accordance with law. Said emrtiiae V6it
SB. Evans. -in Suwannee county, Florida. to-wit: Nw of; embracea the following described property. situ -
L D ---r me of McAlpin's ne and e) of nw section 23, township south, ate in Suwannee county, Florida, to-wit: Nwl' Itbere4ie Ii
h f genta Was a visitor in the rae 14 east 120 acres. The said land being as- of ne1, section 11, township 1 south, range I
S- Rheumatism. sessed at the date of the issuance of said certi- east, 40 acces. The aid land being as-ed at and a
W adI w asBOAml the allere cate in the name of J. Douglas. Unless sakl cer- the date of the issuance oLfuch certificate in the i -C l
S s e the More than nine out of every ten cases tificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax name of unknown. Unless said certificate shall
of rhu s namesftilery company. I A deed will issue thereon on the 17th day of May. I be redeemed accordingto law, tax ded will imue -
Cof rheumatism are simply rheumatism A. D., 10 9. thereon, ote 10the 1 day of May. A D. 1. OLIVER O 1T
C P. M aU d his friend Mr. of the muscles, due to cold or damp, or Witness my official signature and seal this the Witness my oial signature and seal this the
4th day of April, A. D.. 1909. 6th day of Apirl A. D.. 1909
s eo" f Seute ra, made a visit chronic rheumatism. In such cases no J.W. BarsoM. J. W. BRYSON. 1 S To S we.
w l I tf Laravile laat Saturday internal treatment is required. The Clerk circuit court. Suwannee county, Florida. Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee county. Frid
Id vbiti W g frimnda and rela- free application of Chamberlain's Lini-
aMa i ment is all that is needed, and it is cer- I
J p of Ch id the tain to give quick relief. Give it a trial
and see for yourself how quickly it re-
M "W Grcery Company avery ^lieves the pain and soreness. The med-
,.- this week. He reports
rm1 tiwtory in he reortSh-icines usually given internally for rheu-
eryr in hs n matism are poisonous or very strong
'm* medicines. They are worse than use-


Iet Clrk. a prominent merchant
d wF tmimh the city a few days
Oa ad led at the Middle Florida
Q-ry Cmpmany to look through their

Te e a sa who placed the Dem-
-f's pias ceatest was in the city
a t oef the week and has about
e--ka arrargements to put on an-
saw asIOW


Bi-sited States Senator Samuel
hoen Mf tiello, GrandHigh Priest
l He lsq al Aren Masons of Florida
- b te city Wednesday night and
-e tue Live Oak lodge an official
MLii


less in cases of chronic and muscular
rheumatism. For sale by Barclay &
Groover, druggists.


Card of Thaniks.


Through the columns of the Demo-
crat I desire to extend my thanks for
the handsome vote given me in my race
for alderman at large in the recent pri-
mary election of this city.
Very truly,
FRED W. BUTLER.


WELL IDESERV El).


The Prai?.e That Comes from Thank-
ful Live Oak People.


J. W. Foyd. one of the largest mer-, One kidney remedy never fail.
Ma-e of Pltt, was in the city this Live Oak ,people reiy, upon ii.
ui ad paid the Middle Florida Gro- That remedy is Doan's Kidniey
lry Oj may aplmeaatcalL He says Pills..
At he 1dK it very convenient and sat- Live Oak testiuuony iprov'2. i al-
y to do his business at home. way s reliable.
\ W. F. Wasdiu, Ohio Ave.. Fia..
i. lawkis of this city, made a.*: 1 consid r loanss Kidny
L --- A.n tn Pinmnaount last Sat- ....


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Ribbons, Lace and Embroidery, Dress Goods ani


Fancy Notions all at prices under the ordinary'


OUR expenses being less
than the regular milli-
nery stores, we can afford
to sell HATS at a much


smaller profit.


This Department is in

charge of two first-class
trimmers, and our styles

are strictly up-to-date.


Speciaks


See our 5 and It I
Tables.

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thereon an the 17th AN of
D..t. la .w,
D Im.
P uitnr my o&ac iT h; -0l.
sl t dhis the 14th da of JRA .0
1909. J. W. T
lerk Circuit Court Suwaiornw

Notice of Apphetisa hr Tax DMed
Under Sectism 174 sad 576, Ga e. a
eral Stateso FloriM. m
Notice is hereby give tt A. L | ofts&
Bryse, purchaser o Tax Certikat; kw---l
No.353, dat the t dayof Jme, A
D., 190S has filed aid certfic ia y
office, and has made aplicf a for ta
deedto isneia atrdaal with l.
Said certificate mbrace the foio '
described property sitatedaI SnU 1
nee county, =brid, toRit: ewof r
ofSec. 3,TlS th, I a I
acres. The said labd ee ssed at
the dateof the Wama eof soChbcwti& C (
cate in the me of Unknown. Uta- '
less said certificate shall be rdemed
according to law, tax deed wil im m
thereon on the 17th of May, A.L D.
1909. Witness my o*tial pitWro ai
seal this the 14th day of AiL i A.1; L
D., 19W. J.W.BRYSON, *
Cle Circuit Court Saw Coaty,
Florida


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O".InII Ir;I II-,."-1
--m I m aslal"h wl* the
i 1I d imi11 1~W dr tbe'proper tet of
M- the dd.lu mdd neem of an insti-
U o A trr aiuig I. Th i titutiwm wa
4ds Ift -ih" to provide a reaobly
_-__ hr I .i eoglqit eduoetion for the young
WR= d tfest.ata. IthinkI may ven-
y a,. tto my, with proper modesty, that
It it aMOpmi g thi result I may
a -dd, M al, that it hs more college stu-
m ad l. M "d tw n anym other institution in the
'M fil AALmmeJ


ll --N (for te fol-


Fl0- 6t Bkend of
four* -- to the
IEMl I& 11kf U M, I that,
M-, I-4 Adi tert toretain
II^M akI ycre are not
iwo Is" ye )pjm it in
ef u *tato I o of Educa-
a&*~* ~od~1 0 Sate Su-
b a IMsy 4wboe khotilty
ad I d- QMe fO it, ad man-
rr, armdllbm to ratify my
IV re The uuqwunces of
B-qp t of my election
*i e, it is not
m om m-m.I. I must,
w my reeOnatogu, in
~ lN ste vthr liberty
o pirMiI adt be freed
p-h mhuruumit on my


state. If it is demanded that numbers
most be secured without reference to
their fitness for the work, or to the
methods adopted for securing them, I
am certainly not the man for the place;
and am unwilling to hold the position I
now hold under any such conditions.
I am only a school man. I must con-
duct an educational enterprise along
lines of sound educational policy as I
understand it. I cannot domore; I will
not do less.
Finally, in presenting this resignation,
I desire to express to the Board of Con-
trol my ,sincere appreciation of your
kindness and courtesy toward me, and
of your cordial support in the midst of
many unusual difficulties. I desire, also,
to make one final request; namely, that
you give to the public the full details
of this whole transaction. You gentle-
men have known me and my work inti-
mately for four years. You know the
whole course of my administration, and
the whole series of events culminating
in the present situation. In simple jus-


a I *l w Ite prlPtt sit-,tice to myself and to my record, as well
SI Itw bis"tiory su in the larger interests of the state
g twe l dtils of of which we are the common servants,
; nli Wi SO k fl-u r i e you to give all the facts to the
P N bb re uMd k public, which is entitled to know ex-
Ow4 o eOIf w. if aetly how we have administered our
c ae d-in--at public trusts. Such action on your part
a e WNe w-ould be a crowning service to the
ON*&lhdt ta 6r cause of political decency 'and sound
0 180 "M .i educational policy in the state, and I
e Iuem attitude urge upon you, as my final recommen-
o fI nation, that you make all the facts
aI s e t o, nly known to all the people.
I^u Ya ayofL<,ii,


b at lovoe as my Gtuw-


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tVCOPt^t.ltttt ,
ANDREW SLEDD,
President.


RKALW AY


Time Table No. 22
l h ~Nie rM'NIAY. MARCH 7, at 12:M6 A. M., 1909.


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No. 2. No. 4
Luca
mA rloNS. Mail and' Freigt,
Express a Daily E
Daily I;tt Su
U. .e. .........Ar 10 50 a m 4 00 p
W .... .. .. .......................Lv.10 31 m 335 p r
l r ....... ............ ...........Lv. 10 20 a m 3 15 pn
Kwklud.... ............................v. 10 1o0 m '3 5 p
WiithWk.. ........ ... ....... ..,L.IO10 a <,0 m' 2o pn
WVinmrt .. ...................... Ar. 67 m 2 pn
Sa wammRiver.. .............v. I 9'3a m 2 V') pn
N woad...... ........................... Lv. 9 6 a m 2.30 p c
r .... ................... Lv.l 9 3 a m2 23 p
.. ..................Ar. 9 a37 n 2 2 p n
ea Patr. .......... ............ Lv. 9 30 a m 2 1 pn
l3.. ......... ................. Lv.i 9 2ha m 05 p n
AmeMkv. .. ............ ......... Lv. 9 06 a m 145 n o
ru*.. .................. v. 9 80 a I 1 .5 p n
1 ..... ................ Lv.! 8 53a m |l V Dn
inbllwIw.... ................ ..Lv. 8 45a m 1 15 vu
mw k .. ... ... ............... Lv., r a n': I p n
Purr .. ............ ...I.v. 8 30 a m I I0 pn


Luravlle Branch
%moves L.mrsnilk ald Wilmarth.
Eut
&,und.
h .... .................. ........ Ar. ^ 1 a
l. rVI l r ... ...... Lv )') a .
Alton Branch
iHrt #we .o and .Alhon.
Wesc
Bound.
.... ....... Ar. 10 i a n
.iue ... ........ ................Lv. 10 25 a n
|l l ll ASi ikiu m uow P arll .a rwai 4 hedules and cunnect.lns apply to
9L-*-* C l I'. M lDAVIS. ('omrmercial AI.z-i.;
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r amb "m slum *m p
il n41Ul'l tIh de*o &ben
be pluBl I t- th 1 emt p Imk tli
he o -I lplr Bik -u r 4 y of
S tos eat to fM his l go o be
neath hi body. If hbe ppem to roil
RODB hlsW ca rmutr neow hes
feet amfia. Thb I nmo lty of the at-
md bmhl nuoad by the Cowat de L
dan to the account of his )ourney,
'rom Pedt to tIkkrtm:
"The caravan was made up of cam-
esL I had brought uome new ones
ind had no idet of taowe any other
animal Into a country largely com-
posed of locn sand. An amusing In-
cident marked the beginning of our
march. One camel, awkward as they
all are, mainaged to tumble Into a
ditch of thick mud between the road
and a wbeatfeld. When once fallen
a camel can only get up again Nf It
can arrange its feet conveniently un-
der it and if the ground Is nearly flat.
"In this case It was not so. The ani-
mal lay with all four feet in the air.
perfectly resigned and incapable of a
single movement to help Itself. To
draw It out took more than half an
hour and required the united efforts
of many men with cords passed under
the camel's back."


Welcoming the Traveler.
I have always had a good opinion of
the enterprise of the life insurance
agent It has seemed to me that the
busy bee is a lazy ne'er-do-well com-
pared with mm. Recently this opin-
ion has been strengthened.
An old colored servant living in a
neighboring family made his first trip
away from home and visited relatives
in New York.
On his return to Louisiana he was
asked what he did while in the north.
"Well, 'mong uddah tfing I done tuk
out a life insurance policy fo' fl' hun'ed
4ollaha"
"Why, what on earth do you want
with a life Insurance policy? You have
no wife or children!"
"Dat's what I done tol' him, but I
had t' take it, all de same. De agent
man, he met me at de boat landin', an'
he said I'd haf t' have one or he'd sen'
me back home. He warn't gwine fo' t'
low me t' land if I didn't buy one. Dey
don't 'low no one in New Yawk 'less
dey has a 'suhance policy '"-Woman's
Home Companion.


Economy of Costly Foods.
The economy of expensive foods is
explained by the fact that digestion,
at least In man, is dependent upon
flavors, without which It Is so defec-
tive that we do not obtain the good of
the food we swallow. As far as 'ex-
periments go, they substantiate these
assertions, for the sight and smell of
pleasing food start the flow of di-
gestive fluids, while disagreeable odors
and sight stop it. Delicatessen, then,
would seem to be staples, fbr they are
necessary. The talk of being able fo
subsist on a few cents a day Is simply
nonsense and leads to deterioration of
health. What seems to be extrava-
gance in food purchases may be
wholesome instinct. The high cost of
living is partly due to the cost of the
flavors we need. We commend these
ideas to our worthy dietetic econo-
mists. Laymen may not t, sto foolish
as the physiologists themselves. -
American Medicine.

A Novel Method of Advertising.
A storekeeper in a small out of the
way town many years ago hit upon a
novel method of advertising his store.
He conceived the idea of buying up
the stock of stamps at the postoffice
across the way. The liostmaster ob-
Jected to be denuded of all his stock.
but his mysterious customer demanded
the stamps over the counter, sheet aft-
er sheet, as an ordinary member of
the public until he had bought every
stamp to be had. Then he took the
stok over to his store across the road
aidl plastered his windows with no-
tict., that postage stamps were only
to to Ie had at his store, and to his mot
itirication the postmaster had to send
customers across to the store over the
way for any stamps they needed until
s eome days after he once more got In a
stock from headquarters.


Won a Wife by His Skill.
Action was a Grecian painter of
about the time of Alexander. and he
won his wife by his great work. He
painted a picture called "The Nuptials
of Alexander and Roxane." which was
exhibited at the Olympic games. It
created such a stir that one of the
Judges cried Ia admiration, "1I reserve
crowns for the victorious athletes, but
I give my daughter in marriage to the


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am De tm1 at ow swm.


Your special Attention is a ed our of L IMH 1 M6g
Underskirts, Underwrsta and Comt Wa We hsm r h Ja
to our stock a line of WAM4W S CO1Stl, which are m I*
nice fitting and good wearing qualities. Call ad see tem. M l Ni
to $1.50. All sizes, 18 to 32.


HAY, OATS, fD, tETC


Choice Timothy Hay is sometimes difficult to get, but we mae sm-
ceeded in getting a car which is strictly fine; also a nice lot of T
Oats, Good Bran, Shorts, Cotton Seed Meal, Scrtch Feed for fe*
and all goods used in this line.


SPECIALS


Everything in this tine the best.


) Welborn, Florida

"The Store that Sets the Pace."


A Farm

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We have divided a 54
Truck Farms
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000-acre tract into
s containing
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AT $200 EACH


$10 Cash and $10 per Month

No Interest! No Taxes!


SWe want ai reliable an(
town to form clubs of 15
We will furnish round trii
to one member of each cl
pay liberal commission. F

Reference-Any Bank or B;
City or Denver.



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5 prospective purchasers
p railroad tickets FREE
ub to inspect land. We'
ull particulars on request.

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M. Jw. I S. W,
asL Craoit Court Simaaee GMkty,

Ntim a0 A( imtmi for Tax Deed
nrideree c.574 and 575. Gen-
eral Staftus of PFlrL


%,A ed for Ta
p 'i, IPd to-wi: S1of L




V ~s~tth.i~ a.~ mh ceti-at
bsm 46u6Wof U Jowl. 'n
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ub1 t. iY. taxi dted1wi n

gmsem thsth da : SEA of
~ ~c~ ~ Qapl B15 ZrrsL 40

r ~5~r~ C=awe soci h c erti-
6@ um), of UnknowiL Un
dW p "bebn b redeemed'
not to bwl, tax dew WM Mmes
a the Xbtb day o( AprH A. D.,


M- -y od eia pratare ad"
isthe dday of Marh A, D.,
J. W. BRYSON,
Cbeait Cort, Swamnee county, ,


Notice is hereby given that Walter
J. Brlsa purchaser of Tax Certifiate
No 331, dated the Ist day of June A.
D., 1908 has filed said certificate in my
ffice, and has made appa~ti for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certicate embraces the following
described porty situated in Suwar-
nee comty, Florida, to-wit: SEJ of SW
I Sec. 25, T3 South, R 13 East, 40
acre The said land being assessed
at the date of the issuance of such cer-
tifeate in the name of unknown. Un-
les said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the 19th day of April, A.
D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 16th day of March, A. D.,
1909. J. W. BRYSON,


Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county,
Florda.


b"s of Application for Tax Notieeo Application for
Dai Under Sections 574 and orriUSertiot 5d and
Geinml Statutu of Florida eral StateIsf Floridai
NIb k b gen that L Notice is hereby given tha
Tof Certiax cate Bryson purchaser of Tax
fT~tf 2 .rtf? te No. 2 dated the 1st day o:
SS d m diy of JuDne IA D., 193, has filed said certi
lI --ad 9l-emtiu- fo my office, and has made applica
ilm 7s imorth t deed to issue in accordance
is "Sm- ideewith law, f Said certifiate embraces th
M s*0M th e fieg described property situated
in s .t8 de county, Florida, to
lnWr T of SW* of section 33, t
n-arat & dt" of south, range 15 east, 40
VIAH retsae ia theid lnd being assessed at
mtct Uh-id erLthe e issmnc of such certific
UErPrr a ,d t name of unknown. Unless
beaJ '-i-ma cat.e s.ll be redeemed accord
Si s a anthetax deed will issue thereon
44d ALMI m day of April, A. D., 1909.
II mLss It-kV., n Witness my official sig
J. W. UYSON, D., 190s J.t hB
DCo`sm,"anSm County, Chrk Ciremt Court Sum
.^ Florida.


Tax Deed
35 Gem.'

at Walter J.
Certificate
f June, A.
ficate in my
tion for tax
with law.
ie following
in Suwan-
-wit: Nwk
townsLip 5
acres. The
the date of
ate in the
said certifi-
ding to law,
on the 19th

nature and
arch, A.
tYSON,
nnee county


| Y a .Applation for Tax Notice of Application for Tax Deed
i bw SeCtioS 574 and Under Section 575 General Statutes
..ua1l (SQt ta of Floria ofForida.
bhllqrL gin that A. L Notice i hereby given that A L. Bryson, pur-
|O Tax Certificate r d of tu certifate No. 89. dated the Zd
6 L Ada- day e June, A. in myase aniiha md&applicatioa for taxde
p MW Sad ertifca o in my t eein e acordane w with law. Said eertificae
lij IM --pli ofm for tax mbnre the folowin described propaty. ia-
Iwok e Br *er with at in Suwannee ounty. Florida -to-wit So o
Sne rt oth nlaw. ed Mitn at a w.asectio 14.
lbIPI the foowing towaship .. uth.rarle 14east, Iare& The
ieet.d in Suwan- saidlad being md atrthe date of the um -
sr ace afero certibfate i* the nae of( akawn
toSt: NW* of u U eam, ld t be, red-md aced.-
*,T ooth, Raage 15 itolaw, taxdeed williouethereoa, othelOth
SA T mid lnd b dr of ay, A. D.. 1909.
me lt d oeing Witnee my official signature and al this 7th
at dateoftbS isaWnce of day of April A. D.. 1909.
eIIt in them ame of D. W. J. W. BRYSON.
Smid certificate shall be Clrk circuit court, Suwannee county, Florida.
m ura i- to law, tax deed
Stlmr e the 26th day of Notice of Application for Tax
A.. D, M W Witness nm. offi- Deed Under Section 575 Gen-
and ,al thi the23kd day eral Statutes of Florida.
A., D., 139.
A. D., BM.YSON Notice is hweby given that A. L Brmy pup.
a J.Wit W. rC nee County, e.er at Coticate No. 114. dated the nd
t County, day of July A. D., 19, has filed id ewrtifieate
-j in --r ly r- ofll mW harrnm. annhlmto fe *ta Ame


etl -Mi tifor Tax I)e
=Birti574 ud 57, Gem-
5 twll> Fsorida.
3M tnby given that A. L
of Tax Certificate
t It day of Jue A.
hu Ole samd certificate in my
Sd a r oade application for tax
l iM aeorwdaice with law.
mrbnew the following
Ss eroprita"ted in Suwan-
7 lida to.wit: SWIofN
<4T 3, STot, R 15East, 40
. aid Ihm l being assessed at
4i(f, td isuanee of mch certifi-
tt .m of D. W. Brown. Un-
Mertikate srbll beredeemed ac-
to kw, tax deed will issue
a the W6th day of April A. D.,

my official signature anodseal
it kerd day of March A, D., 1909.
J. W, BRYSON,
Circuit Cort Suwannee county,


toirs in accordance with law. Said certificate
embraes the following described property, situ-
ate in Suwanne county. Florida, to-wit: Ei of
sw3. nsetion 1. township 1 south, range 13 east.
0ares. The said lad being ams ed at the
date of the issuance of such certificat in the
meotL B. Robinso Unies aid certificate
al bhe redeemed according to law, tax deed will
isse tmreo, on the 10th day of May, D.. 10.
Wites a official signature and seal this the
th dy of April A. D.. 190.
J. W. BRYSON.
Clerk Cirmuit Court, Suwannee county, Florida.
Master's Sale.
Under and by virtue of a final decree in fore.
cloWr. signed by Hon. B. H. Palmer, Judge of
the Third Judicial Circuit Court of the State of
Flridain and for Suwannee county, on the
Chaer side thereof. said decree being in favor
of the complain at in a cause therein pending
wmreia W. F. Farnel is complainant and John
labhr and Jeanie Fisher are defendants, wherein
the undersignd was appointed Special Master in
Chaneary to execute said decree, and in pumu-
ace thereat I will, oa Monday, the 3rd day of
May, A. D. 1909, the same being a legal sales day.
in frt of the court house door at Live Oak, said
comty, between the legal hours of sale, offer for
sale ad sell to the highest and best bidder. for
cas (purchaser to pay for title) the following de-
sibedreal estate, to-wit: Lut2. Block "'0," in
Slate's Addition to Live Oak. Suwannee county,
Frida.


J. B. Johnson.


A. E. LESLIE.
Special Master.


IA-u ..Mi .a for Tax Deedi solicitor loromplainarn
S ei t g m 74 aud 575. Gem- NOTICVE.
i ht so ef Florida. NOT
b B IhrIbr given that A. L. In the Circuit Court Third Judicial Circuit of
S Tax Certificate Floridain and for Suwannee Cunty.-In Chan-
ia the t day of June, A. R. Wade. complainant v.. Hattie Hunter,
ho led AW Mid certificate in my Sabei Hunter. Samuel Hunter. et al., defend-
rillm .B^^e ^ 1ti for i taxv antL P Florlure,
b h A application for tax ,To Hattie Hunter, Sabeia Hunter and Samuel
m in accordance with law. Hunter. Greeting
inEua b s thb following You are hereby commanded and required to be
ae fthe following and appear at the court house in L.ve Oak. Flori-
pp rty stuaed in Suwan- d. o Molday. May 3, 1909. to answer a bill of
K -* Ftoida, -wit: S of i complaint exhibited against you antd u hers by R.
St tow hipt 3 soath N. Wac otherwise the allegations in said bill
will be taken as confeWed by" you.
-- e The Sid land being as- It is further ordered that this order be published
ILtI & date of the issuance of inthe Suwannee Democrat a neupai, r pub-
S mt. min the name of Horace hlsed in said State and county, once nr each week
-- .- -- Ln ,for eight consecutive week.
Uo la said certificate shall This March 10u. 19.
,cordfin to law, tax deed I J. w. BRYSON.
*thM e on the 26th day of. [SEAL]I Clerk CircLit Court.
A-D- L. E. RRoberson, Complainant' Solict r.
rmy icial signature and seal Notice of (;arnikhmeit.
i oJ l day of March, A. D., 1909. In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit,
J.W. BRYSON, State of Florida-C. 0. Biwer. Plaintiff. vs.
S4 l Cmi( ort Suwannee eoun.ty, Adkim. Biwer & Mason Co.. Defendants; Dow-
Sou a coun ug Lumber Company. Garnishee -Suwannee


IL Am=& n"mis'"
tpelo fm N Ad.
s.d t NW. dnm jm i

vs Foreclosure at Nwtpga MtBatl k

Admstaw am the-I
Dvia, doem amd
Evlbhe DovisJan i PROPOWD CRaI1
Sta WiliobDa- Nam be
Jasbim Robero Te Unio inmt m -
LtlMs.eQu^l Sye.Louis.Sec. T i e adI A he
Hoib. am n .or. aan o Iairgl, et
SaDavis. aiasohn of LiveOal Siw I, M. k a d'
Dav. Defeautxi. t rpMegO yiw-t M& dini- m
To Dil Daria William Davis Benjamin Da. bis" eeOf thecorpEStloaA Kt s -M
via. Jr. and Son Davis. alias John Davis. Greetinr power toestabiSh mt at e Oe at V
Youaxd eachof you are hereby requid and ont or points within Sof FtheS t0 u ClFl
comiamled to appear to the bill of complaint ex- Azf Twm.
hibited against you by the above namedcomplain- General nature of the b mwi itW heb n Msm M
ant on Monday, the 7th dayof Jue, A. D.. by thet emtM ....
as confessied by you. anrd each of you..
It is fourth ordered that this order be publish- be tnra stebyt n b e%& DN
dance each week for eight onsecutive weeks, in i n ald usofr al f L t ba y. =LIs mdi
the Suwannee democrat. a newspaper published AaM kns m 7
in sn mid unty ad State. s Ual kindsio tibr. ortos m
This April 7th. 1909 turpentiae r wood pmfrila- s o. inMen-
J. w. Banson, ft.tue and se lumber.e m br
ELI *, Cd lerk C ihrcuit Coret i' Io wood.hardwoo and m bfurs s ito Wave ,
[SUL] Clerk Ci.real proeint lin, w any. d er is the efun ma -
L E. Roberson. Complainant's Solicitor. m &^ in kMM ,
Notice fotr Publication. property and aaW farms Wa I 1 b
hiOiHsB WTo nlHa sel aa hold pn h real prpertv a d a- t d a
Department of Interior. U. S. Land Offce at kind; to 1i bte gMW rl i be I l ^ -f a Lm r
Gainesville. Florida. April 2.1909. dered to inambom isfr ful o w con o f_
Notice is hereby given that Eddie Neel. of accident nurance fr ay wM i
Houston. Floridawho. on September 21, 19 to dobui in the St a of b '
nmde HoumesatMad Entry. No. 32843, (Serial Num- d'how stockiniot5r FI I iP- *v s
be 09123) for Nws of sw %. section .L3, township e system of iHiSdtialettbooks ad =800
2 south, range 14 eat. Tllahsee Meridian, h i Bthe aracrt bumines .
MlWd noticeof intention to iaale final five year Sec. TTh.-.Pa did s banfl hem th e m
proof, to establish claim to the and above de-o- Wtomissue eedmmcb MP lt0 M.nm a "f
scribed beor the clerk of circuit court, atLive ristr y d re m p'p d M of Imln orU
Oak. Florida. month lth dayof May909. i t
Claimant n s Me witnes- e t anyuoftsassetstoaacurethe T-i"l|-
Prme Battl, of Houtona. 2lora, tin sbseA@le.have therighItsi&s 60a i
Sm Kened.. nwtgam ami ovumPk of m bascw Pfa
Mario Kate. ._t Crled.' or bur _momw in N eI s ris' oi
HENRY & CHUBB, co tam de.sand be wki a Mnd toMe Edto
Ed fee paid. Register. to .d eAto Mlal h I -'=l mm
CL.E mibcrr. ncMr thoi kid aB th the bass of d MrinW --#f
Sotiee. Atape.,+,ml ktk~k~m *l a mma '. 'l^ ~

Note is hereby given that under andi by virtue AiI_. Ts s n=
oefe 4a in&ad sad entered in that certain I inMIi Wa== ."
ha 6143)iorN1~ f rr, aia ~~3.toanhip rapI srar tit~brtr0 & A1


amm. pPin min the Cireit Court Third Judkil
Chiruit aof Frida in ad for Sawanmeen ty,
wbeua L J. imeA & Com man me the rm-
pbinmate and Dla&R Be tal.are the dafd-
ant. and wherein the oudareim d were aommind
to mt "i= dcr, we wi oanm tmSd Zda of
My, A. M. during thelWd IMhorn sof a ia
front of the court hr in Suwamme coty,
Flerid, otr fora le at poblie auetio and rll
tlhei t bidder t for, for caseh. the fdow-
ag described hland to-wit:
Southwest quarter of northwlnrest quarter. wet
half aof outhwest quarter., d northst quarter
of southwest quarter of Section 24 in Towuabip
. south of Range 13 east. in Suwannee county,
Florida.
A. L HUMPHREYS,
W. B. MILLS.
W. J. BRYSON.
Coammimsieor

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 575 General Statutes of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. L Bryson, pur-
chaser of tat certificate No. 88, dated the 2nd day
of July. A. D., 19. haa filed said certificate in my
office and has made application for tax deed to
isuein accordance wit law. Said certificate
embrace the following described property, situ-
ate inSuwannee county. Florida, to-wit: Nw 14
of ne'4. section 14. township 6, south, range 14.
east 40 acres. The said land being amessed at
the date of the iauamce of said certificate in the
name of unknown. Unless said certificate shall
be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue
thereon on tlO10th day of May. A. D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and seal, this 7th
day of April. A. D., 1909.
J. W. BRYSON.
Clerk circuit court, Suwannee county. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed 1Tn-
der Section 575 General Statutes of
Florida.


hec dred L :a momt datdl --w Mtd i
Tr3.m fr ha em M d do
See!. T eaital o a* e ma a de
inafbepaid I- a -erai- -MAid o--a- l--
,to m -,cat M Idw- mw.bw-
B ha beaidpidn mademlof the C eum if-od
rector.
Term for which the auperm ars eshe M
See. L The or"p ratiua s halM ad s
tinue in full for the waied ef at es -
)ears unless or disolved by law.
AWmc lV. FIhM
By what officers buainaa of the rap Iru i --
he cotdac l d. d
See. 1. Thbiuins of tae brusiia a( tea
be conducted byab a bdfd i e cuwtW.m d-
not les tan three nr a he tnoa emme a |It *p ob~ f^
stockholders of the corpartMnI a mad a
vice-president, dt Jan T:r. Jr.
the oaLe of ectarMy ad trammr M eJ
by one and the lame peramm.
Sec. 2. The anna elmctiomat1dBe.Mnme
held in the cityof Live Oak a the mt T'adw
of December. 1909. and m the m dm e v",
year tmafter. at which annul mu*a w- '- M 4A
holder asball have amay as ^e 4ha shw & d
in the coarporatioand uatilthe brat anv -1|Bom3
tibon and their sem r it are elcte ad -M -t
A. Lee Humphias sUbepnhal asL-. hIe p ea 1W-m
venstoa. vice-pridat Nad Joa r. HRWW A aw
rotary and trearer, and until tim 4
are elected ad Mqiad. the boand of e eem
shll be A. Le Humphrae& B W. W lria. ** I mm-
Jno. F. Harrell5F. EL Tammeon ChaI I. e -lS
and J. H. Tucker. Jr.
Arcxu Six. rrfTc i
Limit atof indebtednea
Sec. 1. The hbihest amot of indebtata- mr tw o


liabilitie to which the wrpoatMa moay a aSY
time subject itself, shall be SM..o0A.K

The names and nlace of reaidn of uhmen-


Notice is hereby given that A. L Bryson. pur- inorpar s.
chaser of Tax Certificate No. 67, dated the 2nd Sec. 1. Thebames d M lc of ple aof
day of July, A. D., 1906 has filed said certificate the bribing oorators a mthe ambw
in my office and has made application for tax deed shares subscribed for by each ana a fbw;:
to issue in accordance with law Said certificate A. L Humbrims, Live Oak. lorida. "s-
embraces the following described property, situ- B. W. Hvenston. LiveOak. Plue. 30 U
ate in Suwannee county, Florida to-wit: Soe of Jno. F. tIrrell, Live Oak. lrMIr U sa ,m
nw' section 36, township south, range 13. east. F. E. Thomasma Live k. ofrida a s
40 scres. The said land being assessed at the date A. L uIvB uuysb '
of the issuance of such certificate in the name of a &W. HIBLYvt ,
King Stockton. Unless said certificate shall be F P THONM8A K
redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue JNO. F. HARU I
thereon, on the 10th day of May. A. D., 1909. State of Florida.
Witness my official signature and seal this 7th Suwannee County.
day of April. A. D., 1909. Before me the undersigned. a notary ptu a a
J. W. BRYSON, and for the state at enlarge pers ll am A L e
LClerk circuit court. Suwannee county. Florida. Humphreys B. W. Helvenst, 3. LThm
and Jno. F. Harrell who being dub swrua
Notice of Application for Tax Deed rally acknowledged before me that he wb.
Under Section 575 General Statutes scribed i name to the foregoing artic oa '
of Florcorpora tion for the uses and pupases thrm,.
Notice is hereby ven that A. L Bry pu In witness whereof, I have hereunto t my
Notice is hereby given that A.L Bryon, pur- hand and official seal. at Live Oak, Flurida thu
chaser of tax certificate No. 90. dated the 2nd the 31st day of March, 1909.
day of July, A. D., 1906. has filed said certificate [SEI[ J. P. LAJ I
in my office and has made application for tax deed Notar Publ
to issue in accordancewith law. Said certificate em-
braces the .following described property, situate
in Suwannee county. Fla. to-wit: S .ofnw/4and Notiee of Applicatioa fr w Tax I Iwd
nW ofse, andsw1,ofse'.andse4of sw, sec- I.Under S'.tioh s 574 ad 7. <5, ;mr
tion 14. township 6 mouth, range 14 eat., 240 acres. eral Statuteit of Florida.
the said land being assessed at the date of the
issuanceof such certificate in the name of J. Notice ia hereby given that A. L Bryiam. pur.
Qouglas Unless said certificate shall be re- chaser of Tax Certificat No 43, dated the
deemed according to law, tax deed will ifsue 4th day of June A. D., 190 has ld sa e.
thereon, on the 10th day of May. A. D.. 1909. tificate in my office, and has madle PalisaM
Witnmes- my official signature and seal this 7th for tax deed to issue in'accordaaee use I .
day of April, A. D., 19I. Said certificate embrace the fowi~ d- -srif-
J W. BRYSON. property situated in Suwmaan esm aty. mniHd',
Clerk circuit court. Suwannee county, Florida. to-wit: W; of SW'4 Sec. 20, T 5 Sout R i1
I E. 0aeres. The said land being a ses at t
Sedate of the issuance of such certifidate in the
Order for Publica-tilo. name of known. Unless id ort
u ficate shall be redeemed according to law. tax
In Crcuit Court, State of Florida, Third Judi-I deed will issue thereon on the d19t day of Arl.
cial Circuit. Suwannee county. I:i Chancery. A_ D., 1900.
David Anderson. complainant, vs. Lizzie An- Witness my official signature si t .
derson, defendant. 17th day of March. A. D., 1I9.
It appearing by affidavit appended to the bill J. W. BRYO)N.
filed in the above-ytatd causewthat the residence Clerk Circuit Court. Suwannee Count) Y-Frw
of Lizzie Anderson. the defendant therein named
's unknown, and over the age of twenty-one Notice of App.liction for Ta i I
years; it is therefore ordered that said non-resi- l
dent defendant be and is hereby required to ap j t under S"etiow .5 74 ald ,)75. (ie.
pear tu the bill of complaint filed in said cause on erdl Statunt (of Florida.
or before Monday. the 3rd day of May, A. 1). l o-.
otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken Notice is hereby given that A. L Bryne, 'pr-
as confessed by said defendant. chaser of Tax Certificate No. W2,. dated the if
It is further ordered that this order be published I 'ay of June A. D. 1899. has filed maid certWasw
once a week for eiiht consecutive weelk in th. i n my olce, and has made aDa f ta


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