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: May 20, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00560
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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'*ry" coty. A law of this kind
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Next July, according to a professor
f Harvard Collke, this country is go-
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a e Md m a a lridas is not o much
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&l witf Musec from hanging to
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A--t of tW law that will give us
m- tMa tMteamo- to execute. The
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pb mI a ob to improve the town,
I tb rcouty us going shortly to
f em as proaition to invest a quar-
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Mr. Brvan to trn to df'eat hinm. 'h, Amt- A>' ln, '. '".
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have no feelings of hostllit to Mr. Br>- treatment If :rI. t .h,. ,,: *.- a
an. They simply feel that he cannot he'ome a i.A 1,' W t' ,
elected President, and that therefore this legislature to make an &;.plrsria
he shouldn't complicate the situation tion for adiituonal burtirnw% a a it
by maintaining an attitude of willing. hoochee to accommodate the p&tien.
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ness to accept another nomination that'
Democrats could seek another leader. Farm iands and wild lands in Susan--
Mr. Bryan isn't going to Florida to nee county find a more ready aie now
make a canvas against Mr. Clark. In than ever before. and at an advance i
fact there is no good reason for think- price. People who have money to an- i
ing that he would care to bring about vest are beginning to realize that Flor- i
Mr. Clark's defeat, even if he could, ida lands are bound to increase in value
and it is pretty certain that he couldn't !and thev are buying thousands of acres.
even if he wanted to. It is a safe state- Land that is now selling for 2.00 to
ment that his influence with Democrats i $ 00 per acre will in a few years be
is steadily declining. Savanah News. worth from $20 to $30.
The Florida East Coast railroad com-
The citizens of Live Oak are feeling Est
pany has sold $4)0,OWu,.oO in 4 and 5 per
good over the fact that the long seasonear gold bnds in ork
of talk, talk, talk-argument, criti- city to be used in the extension of the
cisms and hot air over the new umnon road frum Miami to Key West. That's
passenger depot, has at last come to more money than we have seen since
an end and the contract ha- t.; ezn let the panic, and we hete "L'ncl"' Henry
for the construction of the. b:.,i:r., lFia a r '.iil hurry .,p and iurn it l.oS-
Our progressive city. so well equ:p;,p-ed 11 Fl,'rida wh-..rt e 'Aii a:. ,a'.n a:
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incomplete without a modern un;.irt, t.-
pot. large enough t.* accumn-ar: -t-.'


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4 ea .o w hA kuueblat spot6 on the unretisonabiv deaia.y. 'ae: havc mit rignt,
mrot (.. the btwringof hsanes. Here-tv feei goodi &rN eorr s...i:t. '.
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Wagd m teat Dowig Pur and
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NmWr priceba have been r d at
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Ducky.
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oa which tam beve notbeen poidwil
be adyertised and so.
We are grrig tWaway w goki ad
gold platedjewehry. J. & EvmL .


Capt. Wilkrd has accepted the posi-'
two u maumger for the Dowling Park
hoel and moved his family) hereto and
k% change list week. He is one of
the bet ad most popular hotel men in
thu motion of Forida and Will nol
doubt do a splendid busi
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capital uvck of the Live Oak Pubish-
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IN m'. A- Iarde &Wabtte daught_
G'r stwy. ureuzd Ssurdkv friz
Madum. wbee m HYawrd. a been Buggy aiur immboa i mith. natVW&m. %M CYPi P
'* the Paofew weewith b&!bestpncesatthoJIltFoLivcStzloC U te S3 b0t 3. reds
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th defft tlm Goobe Ad a. a young
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afterward
When the old man, who is about 80
eamsof age, realized what he had
done, he made his escape to the woods,
but was captured the next day and
brought to this city.
He was given a preliminary hearing
before Judge Ives Monday and was
bond over to circuit court on a charge
of manslaughter.
He i nowin the county jail and does


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This is a more dangerous dijse-a t=an
is generally presumed. It wil be a
surprise to many to learn that more
deaths result from it than from scarlet
fever. Pneumonia often results from
it. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been used in many epidemics of whoop-
ing cough, and always with the best
results. Delbert McKeig of Harlan,
Iowa, says of it: "My boy took whoop.
ing cough when nine months old. He
had it in the W-inter. I got a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which
proved good. I can not recommend it
too highly." For sale by Barclay &
Groover, druggists.


H udarxi u Live Ia.k t m k- C'm
TeU I .- A SbH A IL
_,mi:oa of Live CL & op:e. ;f.oed
>e evr:idnce beyod dispute for every
Live Oa r--ader Surey the experi-
rnce of ftnends and neighbors. cheer-
ful!y givn by 'htem. will carry more
weight than :Be utterances of s'rang-
ers residing in faraway places. Read
the following:
R. S. Williams, retired. Howard
street, Live Oak. Fla.. says: "Back-i
acre and pains in my sides and loins
had been my chief trouble for years.
I was often so stiff and lame that I i
could hardly get about the house.
The action of !he kidney secretions
was also too frequent and on this
account n I rest a. night was broken.
A friend told ime how he had been
cured of similar symptoms by Deoan's
Kidney Pills and taking his hint.,
I went to the Suwannee Drug Co.,
and procured a box They proved to
be just whar I n.,eded. promptly giv-
ing me r-li-f. The pains soon lost
their severity and the trouble wi'h
the kidney .ecre".ons was corrected
In view of tr:- bt-n-fi" I have re-
ceived from IDoan s Kidnr-y Pills. I
can do naught '.'" 'hink highly of
them."
For sa., by.-a" da:rs Prier 5')
cent.;. Fos'er-M.lburn Co Buffalo.
New York. soie ar.eois f,: 'h, Unit-
ed States.
Remember the namn, Doan:'s
and take no other


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Consisting of White Lawns, in figure am1
Dimities, Chiffon, French Batiste. Perck a
Also a new line of Ladies' and Gents' Necw
chiefs, Hosiery, etc. The liberal patmri a. I
given us if this department, demonstrate. t'-.
our goods in this line. We extend a crd;a
times, to the ladies to come and in aspect ouTr emia
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1 AS STATED heretofore in the Democrat, we bought a big stock of
i and Embroideries, and they are now on display in our store, and all are welcome
H ivited to come and inspect the stock. During this sale we have a few other
l ties marked down 25 per cent. cheaper than ever before, especially on our line
i Dry Goods. Below we mention a few prices which we guarantee to be the very
bwut prices ever made on this class of goods in Live Oak:
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iMA Ii d of and Ic Vadncin Lac, Edging and
Iutr to match, during this Sale, Special price
I I u a d IOc Embroidrics, Edging and
to match. duwin this Sae
ys Id 12 I-k and tk EImbridiecs (unsae as
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2,000 yards of 25c and 35c Corset Cover goods at. -.. 12 1-2c


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1,000 yards 15c Swiss Embroidery, Edging and Inser-
tion to match .. .
500 yards 25c Swiss Embroidery, Edging and Inser-
tion to match, at


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Me V" w Wwe Mldrrs Waist
vr~ice c,~A\ and
-FUww40mch White Lawn, 15
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4s wFmt MadrasY goods,
IIas pou r3'inch %iAc, aU
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25 pieces of Linen Suitings, worth
25, during this Sale at ....
25 pieces Brown Chimbras, worth
15c, now -----------_ __----
150 pieces CAlicos, all colors, just re-
ceived, worth 7c and 8c a yard,
now -..
90 x90 Regular Samless Sheet,
worth $1.00, now- ---.
72 x 72 Regular 75,c Sleet,"now_


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hWd in this section ot the country, and you cannot at.ord to miss it.
b2 3 1-2, and 4 1-2c, are values well worth your while to investigate.


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=rETODIST DIST O. ONFERENCL BORROWED FORTY MILLIONS. RAILROAD PASSES. i GOT JAIL SENT7ENCl S.
Neat I"* "of Jack uL ville District Florida East Cast Secur Funds to be State Officials to Wbl- Paswes Have' f (crs of Aercria Naral StormC I'.
( mhrews to Be Hel i This City Used in Blduig Key West Beea l ewd ia Violatin of Law. t Gailty of VilaUi Law.
S Jadkmv District Conference, Eteioa. The biggest ripple in the house at Savannah. Ga.--OTerruli the mo.
.K ker So" closed its labors DeLand.-On Saturday there was re- Talahassee recently was caused by the tion in arrest of jt. offered b
in aK City s the 15th inst., night ae in the ce of t clerk of t report of the special committee, ap- the defense. Judge William Shop.
City th 15th in ight the clerk pointed to secure from the files of the pad sentenced the five men fond
-m of the conference being held circuit court one of the longest and railroad commission a list of the mem- guilty of violating the Sherma ati-
after a able sermon by Rev. E. A. perha the most stupendous mortgage bears and State officials and employes trust law. and for the first time. Eo far
Harri pastor of Riverside church, ever recorded in Florida. It was given who have received passes. There were as is known, jail sentence in two ca
JakoTille. It was after 10 o'clock by the Florida East Coast railway, maLy well-known Floridians on the were imposed.
when e cofence adjourned. rty of the first party, to Joseph list. As it was understood that some The sentences follow: Spencer P.'
he on the list reported were not connected Shotter, chairman of the board of ide-
The losing season of the conference Slater of the city, county and State of; with the State at the time they se- tors of the America Naval Storm Ca,
ms very important and interesting New York, trustee, party of the sec-' cured the passes, the report was sub- three months in jailed and f of IS.W.
one. Reports, of various committees ond part. The mortgage recites the mitted to the joint judiciary committee Edmund S. Naah, prr t of the
were made, and some important reso-w I r
lutions were adopted, i charter granted to the railway com-; to look into. company, 3000 fine.
The laymen of the district have pany and the authority to borrow I Among the prominent State officials J. F. Cooper Myers. vrce-pres nt
pledged themselves to raise $1,000 as a money. It then mentions 7,259 bonds and their families to whom passes have of the American company and president
special for home missions, over and of the value of $1,000 each, aggregat- been issued were: Mrs. W. S. Jen- of the National Transportato and
a e the regular assessment for mis- ing $7,259,000, dated September 1,i nings, wife of GovernorJennings; Hon. Terminal Company. three month n
sions. This is tobeused in extending 1897. and held by the Colonial Trust A. S. Mann, Jenning's father-in-law; jail and a fine of $. .
the work in the Florida conference, company; also 8,741 bonds of the value Mrs. A. S. Mann and, Miss Grace Mann, George Meade foardman. of New
and is placed in the hands of the board of $1,0)0 each, aggregating $8,741,000, the ex-governor's sister-in-law; State York. treasurer of the Amerwan Naval
of church extensions and the board of dated October 1, 1902, and also held by Comptroller A. C. Croom, Mrs. A. C. Stores Company. $2,0t) fine.
mimion& This resolution is in line the Colonial Trust Company. The newCroom, W. C. Croom, Mrs. W. C. Carl Moller. of Jacksonville, FIa.
with the action of the last annual con- mortgage and bond issue is declared Croom, H. C. Croom, and a great num- I agent of the American and general
ference, when the laymen agreed to to be of inferior dignity until the old ber of other officials, manager of the National Transporta.
raise $5,000 as a special for home mis- bonds are canceled and satisfied. This legislature will probably take tion and Terminal Comnplniy in Jack-
sion work. The men of the Jackson- The paper recites the authority of some very decisive action in regard to! sonville. $5.0w fine.
ville district take this thousand dollars the board of directors and that they this violation of the law, and when the i Mr. Shotter and Mr. Myers were en-
as their part of the five thousand deem it expedient that the company judiciary committee returns the list to tenced to terms in the Chatham county
pledged by the laymen of the annual borrow $40,000,000 for the purpose of the legislature containing only the jail, Judge Sheppard imposing the pun- ,
conference. its extension to Key West, building names of the State officials who have Iishment upon them because they had
Another matter of special interest branch lines, consolidating, leasing or accepted passes, there will probably be been before the court two years ago.
was the addition of $25 to the J. C. purchasing other railways or railway "something doing" in and about Talla- entering pleas of guilty. At that time ,
Ley loan fund of the Jacksonville dis- property, as allowed by law, and for hassee. Judge Emory Speer, who was presid-
trit. This was placed in the hands of the purpose ds prp of improving, equipping, Looks verv much like some people ihg, state I that a term in prison would
t. Thi wa plad in the hands of e urpoe impro, equipping in Florida have been "cussing' rail- be imp,sed if they should come before
the presiding elder and the secretary providing betterment, operating and road corporations for all they are
of the board of church extensions maintaining the same, for the paying worth, and at the sme time accepting the court again. Mr. NNh was ex- (
Live Oak and White Springs extend- of moneys now owned by the party of free passes for the whole family over cus- i on the former occasion when the
ed invitations for the nexct conference. the first part. and for other lawful pur- the road. grand jury returned a "no bill" as t,,


and the vote being taken, resulted in
favor of Live Oak.
Delegates were elected to represent
the laymen in the next annual confer-
ence. These are elected by the lay-
men, the ministers not being allowed
tO vote. The following were elected:
C. Brinkley, Jacksonville: A. W. Mc-
Laren, Welborn; J. W. Pennington,
Jasper; 0. L. Mizelle, Worthington
Springs. Alternates. J. E. Wood. C.
B. Tompkins. W. J. Feagle. C. N. Hil-
dreth.
The report read by the committee on
district parsonage recited the fact that
the district owns valuable property in
Jacksonville, located at 1l15 Market
street, and tvared at about $6,000. It
is in good condition, and makes a good
bOme for the presiding elder of the dis-
trict. In addition to this the district
owns another pasonage, located at
Lire Oak. Thim iin very good condi-
tims, ad is easily worth 2,000.
Misters and lay delegates attending
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The bond issue of forty million dol-
lars is in two series-Series A, for $12,-
000,000, bearing 4 1-2 per cent. interest,
payable semi-anuually, and Series B,
for $28,000,000, bearing 5 per cent. in-
terest, paying semi-annually.
As security for this immense sum of
money, there is given a trust deed or
mortgage upon the entire roadbed and
branches, bridges, equipment. fran-
chises and other property used for rail-
way purposes, including the Key West
extension.
Series A is declared :t be a r.Nrst hen
upon the property, and Series B a sec-
ond lien. Sixteen mi:'kin dollars are t:,
be reserved to pa.' f. the present
bonded ifdebtedness.
The bonds are paya!. : n g,Ad, and
run for fifty years from date.
Mortgage is given upon the roadway,
running through Duval. St. Johns, Put-
nam, Volusia, Brevard, St. Lucie, Dade
and Monroe counties.
The mortae is signed b J. R. Par-


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grand jury.
Now i;s :he time to gRt rid of vour
S Mr. Muller's sentence was made
rheumatism. You can dlo so by apply- t
rheum atis. Y an, y ap- heavy because of his connection with
ing Chamberlain's Liniment. Nine out the terminal vards in Jacksonville.
of ten cases are simply muscular rheu-, were regrading and regauging were
matism due to cold or damp, or chronic alleged to have taken place.
rheumatism, and vie:d to the vigorous Appeal wi!l be taken to the United
States court of appeal. All the de-
application of this liniment. Try it. pendants gave bona.
You are certain to be delighted with
the quick relief which it affords. Sold The Co':gressionai directory of the
by Barclay & Groover, druggists. rirst session of the Sixtv-first Clonkures


-has been received from Washington
J. M. ;L. S I)R(VNED). There are mistakes made by even Uncle
Sam. Imagine George W. Allen's d:s-
Ltst HIls Life on Sunday \1lile bath-., comfort when he beholds K:s nanrn in


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inm in %Suannee River. the directory as a Socialist. I r' er xv yj b b 5
E::av::! Ma 17. J. M. Gas- was knows Gere W. Alin Ihas e C I
accidentaliv druwned here Sunday while lector of customs at Kvr W,.,: .
bathing in the river. He leaves a wife years. under the Rr;publi:a ai':. ,-
and several brothers and sisters. Mr. tr'atin. bat the ('vngrts:,r.ali d:r.ti.- ,
Dr. E. Lor.g of Macclenny. Mrs. Jim stamps him as a Socialist never:,hr.r,. a
Blvin of Madison and Mrs. W. L. Hor- In referring to Stephem. M. Sparkran.. i
ton of Ellaville, being among the latter. record, the Directorn says he was r
Strange tosavy his father was drowned elected to the Sixty-first Congress. re- *
near Madison in identically the same ceiving 9.y71 votes, to 1.2 for C J
.....r. .... .t v, .. ...... .., Allen. ReDublican ard i* fn, ,,r (..I. -v


T Stoves are artistic in design and pleasing to the "ye.t T
neys are enameled in blue, which makes them rt-prol -
cleaned. With these Stoves there is no time lost in lightly hi t
ing flae is obtained as soon as the Stove is lighted, and afe Vm #
instantly extinguished, thereby saving fuel. At a moderate pric, e I
nish a handsome STEEL OVEN which has no equal for all kLd
and roasting. This Stove has more good qualities than we hra 4


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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1909. 1
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LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.

Ammal Meetg-Elertim of O1eers
fr EmURig Year.
To the Citiens of Uve Oak-Dear
rii6: On Wednesdy, May 5, at
the Library building in your city, the
mml meeting of the Live Oak Li-
brary Aociation waa held. The fol-
owig o&etn were elected: Rev. R.
V. Atkiuon, president; Mrs. Thomas
Carro crtary, and Mrs. Rixford,
trnmmtr. The library board of con-
tnl Mwu seted.
The followi report of the treasurer
Im uw mmvd and approved:
A-mmt im bank at the beginning of


BEARD ON GILCHRIST.

Senator Beard Says Goveraor iof
Florida Lacks "Mental Capaci-
ty"-Senation of the
Session.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 17.-Severely
attacking the special message relative
to the Wailes claim submitted to the
Legislature last week by Gov. Gilckhrist
and severely scoring the state's execu-
tive, Senator Beard of Pensacola today
sprung the sensation of the 1909 session
in a speech delivered on the floor of the
State Senate.
Senator Beard charged that the sne-


EL a L the e.tr. Yi re. revived frum new cial message of the Governor has direct C
t)lp boom to tir ~ emb'rn dunng the summer and au-: reflection upon the memory of his dead aI
-( ad od members; father, Col. Beard, and for that reason di
OMl -O em U an a total of ITo G. R Paid outmade his attack. Thusfar he hadkept&d
w e te ar~ To (. D. :Uhmstead himself out of the Wailes claim contro- tl
1t M I 1t o 'I' to Mrs. A. L. Hum- f very because of his relation to the
bwe ,mIlw wa frlW fosr fmhti, 11.2 to; t Mids Mary Beard estate. C
Mo L ot tLToy f& o f nk v 5.; to Florida He is emphatically an honest and S
S e t Low % a.d News Company for books, sincere man," said Senator Beard oft i
S.P i wda C IL 66. ito awmm & Gornto for hose the Governor, in part. "but of veryB
S&%V of as Lm Letlr s., for frnht and drayage limited mental capacity. His very hon- td
9 dr as tei. wsta oo;aoi ; to H. & W. esty of purpose renders him an easy
"0f sm s a& Dmw C pam y for books, $40; for victim and an easy tool of designing g
d goI ow tIe- am saw i c; to Live Oak men of greater mental capacity, but of e
1 NroNlbe M Company for labels, (1; to el honesty and sincerity of purpose. in
pL M 0&l IlLT b T. Grimehaw for money ad- Of this subject upon which the message c
t- O W 1 a180: making a total of ex- ats, Gov. Gilchrist has absolutely no t
Lf M l plCru of (l5; leaving a balance greater knowledge than one of the J
P0I bep a rb of t.41. A number of the pages of the Senate and apparently not t
W btmr ma"m- paid in their annual dues, and asmuch capacity to understand and
so be o r e W. L. B. Edwards kindly sent in his acquire knowledge of it."
eek fdor ten dollars; also the Woman's Wa M "Actuated?"
K -l ~er. bC preited a check for fifteen dol- w Meage Actuated?* t
blwe a -sM hr. ; so that the treasury, at the be- He charged that he believed that for-
oft 11 g iai'nl iof a new year, is not entirely mer Gov. W. S. Jennings and Comp-
to a W po *arnstr troller Croom actuated the objection-
Mi l o1 a 1m Tmrough the year the following books able message. In conclusion he said:
L rt I have been received as gifts: Mrs. Wm. "In conclusion permit me to say that
064 Uyi S gve J. Fennemore Cooper's it is with extreme reluctance that I1
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works in ten volumes; Mrs. Horn, the nave lscusse< tis matter, ana nave
"Meeages and Papers of the Presi-'done so only because the Governor will-
t4ta." in ten volumes; Mr. H. H. fully, without foundation and without!
e Jbimtop, a package of books, a valu- Ireason, reflected upon the memory of
abe oy of Ltmgfellow's poems; Mrs. Col. Beard, a man the latches of whose
S Se roam. fifteen volumes "Gems shoes Gov'. (ilchrist was unworthy to
ftr Ceerated Authors;" Mrs. Starr, unloose"
t rkToM' Cabin" and "Last Days r While Senator Beard was speaking,
'Twlrrp Tom's Cabin" &Md "Wat Da)-s r1~ rl-~r~ 2~dnru In


o Nm peu." rUm Harris. Hu's
1A* Mrambles- Mis Verdie Had-

0at La. &* VIV in a anti "Rolllo in
wu. Umn c. Y'It,,rd. '-The Pride
of Telda.." *Vaii itri." ant "Brew-
OWr. MIUiMM S. lr. V 'rd.*'The
ApwkW Bird~n." i ali W J. 11:11man,
A bbti I 's Ifw In twenty
Ma H m X r H NI -The
hf OhW V111-:1 m t thirty-one
volinmm M r I *n, ar,;.J.
)mom. Th fij)ig h a'v. 1-yMarionI
4 .i..t al .ia, IN. wIfN ng magazines:
(w Iw OW T heCenturv.~ "tCismo-
F&tb A .-ttelk .(f Reviws." "Me-
Ire", v.4.rc Krlbr.al% ..'tVef
t 1wr wot ;e~cven
Vr 4 1I )'tm c lul w" wert pur-
"w~l .4 l 'iaasuo (ounpany. of
oml. Mom thrloth the contnbu-
im 4 *of & ,w v"trw* and frds.
te tirbvw ha. gr n tfl) ttNvolumes,
ead *msnng Ih m ear about 2,10) appli-
teate k* her y rc- rowfinz thew bowks,
WO Ibuf '. CI 4, tntw hauve been
voi.a r.btrt u can we that there
g ptosit 9'w aituit the children


a spc tiali .sge wUas I, rec iv.i.run
the Governor with the request that it
be immedaee cead ats (C Se(cati f,
the subject under discussion. The ms-
sage was brief and asked that the Sen-'
ate appoint an investigating committee:
to tlook into the facts on file in the state
offices and to ascertain if his special
meaige is not borne out by them.
DIfended Fatlrei'. Memory.
The fact that Senator Beard was:
speaking in behalf of the memory of his'
father appealed strongly to the Senate
and many of the members spoke in fa-
ver of spreading his speech upon the
journal.
It was decided to spread both his
speech and the Governor's message on
the journal and for the committee to
investigate each and to recommend ex-
punging from the record whatever was
found to be not borne out by the facts
or to be unparliamentary in language.
This was later reconsidered, however,
and it was decided to submit both mes-
sage and speech to the committee for
investigation. Such part as is reported


~' 9= V I t ri _m_ tha thaitiwre is great need hack favorably will then go on the:
No f.bo 6 ..,, ..** TtI fr i' L only 1 a journal.
S *so*lowr af..r ,mltr,9h,. an-l thai mny.v The Senate Chamber was crowded
i Mv-tu) im tIItL. when Senator Beard spoke and his
e *&a I, ma, Ihol. m ,sou rtad this re- address was easily the most sensational
b. s pWJrt of uur lt6ra n. will you not see: feature of the present session. Many
i a l l titt Mrs Kirtfd has vour name and think that both the Governor and the
v mor dollar* Thu meterpnrse is worthy,' Senator went a little too far in some of
and ,vu ahI,uId hWae rttwk in it. Will, the things they said.
f er dof thiee- you iot at nce. take a -hare' Send in,

relatives your duL. I f avnu are behind. Mrs. Ic an"i Embroidery Salc.
x r Edon old Rixford. Mrs. (, (,. Wl:am and t'ol.
Mr Fiom'old John Harreil art the collectors. Kind- Suraskey Bros., enterprising mer-
i ly send to them your name and check, chants of this city, have bought the
Entire stock on hand of lace and em-
and let this rId work go on. .. ..


TAYLOR BOYS GO FRE.


Jury Returnm Verdict of Not Guilty
as Charged.
At the time of going to press last
week the case of Herbert and Brford
Taylor, brothers, was being tried in the
circuit court for the murder of Julius
Jackson. The case went to the jury
Thursday night of last week and Fri-
day they returned*a verdict of "not
guilty."
The Taylors were charged with the
murder of Jackson. The crime was
committed in 1907. They were arrested
shortly thereafter and a preliminary
hearing was given them before Judge


onner and they were held to await the
action of the grand jury. At the spring
erm of 1908 circuit court they were in-
icted, but the case was continued until
his term ol court and all this time the


TO HUTN W L Ar, L

T'Io ity Cimr s the Nm u i k|
PMram e l C-wlhi
The State (tiwtm OMdft
the Florida Divia of tke it -
EdocatM aIand "Copute t dm 4
America met in TalbUset, PM
on April M2th and anagd bo L*or
next Annual State COarntlm at Un
Oak, Florida, beginnif a at Lr ,
July 14th and continuing three dq
All counties are hereby ruT-dI m
send a full delegation as iuvAntto a b
constitution.
Done in and by ordor of thel bS
Executive Committee while inm mini
this 26th day of April, A. D. IM.
J. A. JACKSON, Chainr,
W. H. HAnE, Semtmy.


From R. F. D. No, G.


defendants were in jail. Carter & Mc- Editor Democrat:
ollom represented the defendants, and
tate's Attorney Hardee was assisted m glad to aee letters n t i
i the prosecution by Col. Fred W. Mr. DeBerry on the road l
butler. The case was hard fought by lMr Iromtheir o d.wmiatp 6
he attorneys.
The State felt sure of a verdict of the rnods aren't only poorlywee h
uilt, and were very much surprised my secto of the county, but he
vhen the jury, after carefully weigh- Parts as well
ng all the evidence returned a verdict Mr. Nobles ggetM abot the b
,f "not guilty." The defendants at- plan Iknowof. I think, too, tihe.sa ,
orneys have all along contended that a own h ro but I w
ury would never convict the boys from should have only about mwh ia
he evidence in the cse. many rnds as wenow hame.
This was the only criminal case tried west from Live Oak by my ph. the
it this term of court. A number of are the roads l at .o pmi in tLd
:ivil cases of minor importance were rads a thepy over y oe miepa
tried. allof them poorly worked. If dm
Court adjourned Saturday afternoon. goodroad and the othm S.
continued, it would be muck hIt .
Some may think I favorthis be--
A Elegt Reception. the only one of the three tmhe em-
On last Monday evening a most ele- owns r by my lace, bot this s Mt
gant and enjoyable reception was given fact. Ididnot want themrodslocts d
in honor of Rt. Rev. Edwin Gardner were it is, and I do not wat it
Weed, of Jacksonville, Bishop of the eted now. It ai the wort ad I
Episcopal church of Florida, at the drove over. I would rather it wa diA
beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. continued than either of the thme, bt
Barton, on Ohio avenue. the cont does t own it of
The parlors, dining room and halls the other roads I guess it wi yt
were beautifully decorated, and this where it is until the hills wfk ib
pretty home never before presented a guflys and it gets to be bpmealok
more charming appearance. n s the citimen work it no am
The reception was largely attended then.
by rmer5be" I Ers ~ pe go t)re pmwamt qrtai e,
and their friends, and was greatly en-1 working, i had rather pray m
joyed. the present tax than to work the rea,
Elegant refreshments were served, but friends hae we not tried tl ls
Bishop Weed is one of Florida's enough? I was talking iWth mi ef
grand and noble men, and the people my friends a few days &go and twy
of this city were pleased with an op-few dy a &
portunity to pay him this honor. said to go back to the old way of wat
ing the roads would let too umy -M
Falnmouth Notes. out of road tax that payed Imon thi
twenty-five farmers. I ag(ed wMi
John Bird, of Live Oak, was a vistor them, but what good does it do & to
at Mr. J. E. Cannon's last Tuesday. make men that have worked alu
J. E. Cannon was a visitor to Live ma what they hav' pay it rt fr
Oak on Saturday. roads and never get any good sat it?
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Parker were Another thing I do not believe r*
among the visitor here Saturday. under the present system That i it
Mrs. H. S. Moran and Mrs. W. C. forces old grey-headed fathek n we
Wright were the guests of Miss Ol!ie bore the burden all their lives, t o
Baker, Monday. sist in keeping up rods. d at te
Henry Cannon was in Live Oak one same time let hundreds of bucrk aees
day this week on business, and loafing white men who never po
The Ladies Aid Society will nTeet a tax, go free, and if asked about r
Saturday, May 22. We hope all mem- working, they will quickly answer wttH
bers will be present at this meeting, an oath that they know nothing a It
I may be rather lnthy with
Vranted this letter, but I believe what have
said is true. Let us all gt ether
Traveling and Resident Salesmen to and see if something canot a
handle a fast-selling, active and widely along the line of road worktt. A"y
demanded specialty. Very liberal corn- change will be for the better.
mission. International Paint Manf'g. Yours truly,
Co., Richmond, Va. J. LAutM)


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Local and Personal

The pienk mao is upon us again.
lwM nWed atigears are on the

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roof spent Sun-
day at suwannee Springs.
See the big lace and embroidery sale
advert em, t in today's Democrat.
CoL C. A. Hardee made a profes-
iom l visit to AlWa na this week.
The Farmers' Union state conven-
tio will be held in this city July 14,
16 and 16.
Mir Ruth Harvard returned home
Monday from a short visit with friends
in Mayo.
J. C. Parnell left for Lee Tuesday,
where he has accepted a position with
MeMra. Beaty & Co.
Twenty-five per cent. reduction on
your clothing-any suit you may select
-Worth Stephens Co.
The stork paid a visit to Contractor
Jim Peavey's home Tuesday night, and
left a fine little daughter there.
"Roon4 Dozen Club" was delight-
fully entertained Wednesday afternoon
by Mrs. B. W. Helvenston.
LosT.-In Live Oak, gold knob par-
ml handle. Finder return to Demo-
crat office and receive reward.
The Public Library is open Tuesday
and Saturday of each week from 3 to
6 p. m. Don't forget this, please.
Greatest Bargains Lace and Em-
bridea sevr offered at the Surasky
Bra. big sale.
Spring and Summer two and three
piece mitl at Worth Stephens Co's.
fi Reduction Sale at 25 per cent. off
rnglar price.
J. W. Register, of Jasper, who has
been down at that popular resort,
Hampton Springs, was in the city Tues-
day, en route home.
Mrs. Dr. F. E. Thomason left yes-
terday for Ocala, where she will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. S.
Hall, for a week or ten days.
A party of young folk were very'
pleasantly entertained Monday evening
by Mrs. Alice Armstrong, at her home
on Ohio avenue.
Mrs. Roger Stephens and two
bright children of Tampa, are the
guests of Mrs. Stephens' aunt, Mrs. C.
N. Hildreth, Sr., this week.
J. W.Jenkins, of near Pinemount,
was in the city yesterday. He called
at the Democrat office and had his
name placed on the Democrat's sub-
scription list.
Circuit Clerk Bryson left Wednesday
for Valdosta, where Mrs. Bryson, who
ha been in poor health for some time,
s in Dr. Holmes' sanitarium for treat-
Bnt.
Mrs. Dr. A. S. York returned home
Monday from Tallahassee, where she
had been to visit the Doctor who


holds an important position with the
lgilature.
We are always pleased to publish
communications upon subjects of in-
terest to the citizens and taxpayers,
but we must insist that the communi-
ations be written in a plain hand, and
not more than one-half column in
length.


WELnORN NEWS.

Items f Interest From Tht PrerC-
dve Little City.
Mr. Charles B. Hurt, a highly re-
spected citizen, who lied two miles
north of here on his farm, ied on lat
Monday and was buried in the family
hurrying ground at Huntsville church
Tuesday following. The funeral m-
vices were conducted by Rev. F. P.
Jernigan, the Methodist pastor here, of
which church Mr. Hurt was a cosib-
tant member. He had been in poor
health for several years, but has been
able tolook after his affairs and trans-
act his business notwithstanding the
fact that he was frequently very feeble.
He was an upright man, a good citizen
and a dutiful husband and father. He
leaves a wife, four sons and a daughter,
also four brothers and two sisters and
other relatives and friends to mourn his
sad departure. The sympathies of the
entire community go out to the family
in their bereavement.
R. B. Zipperrer, a good citizen living
near here is very sick, and faint hopes


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the effect t


entertained for his recovery. OI toe town Irom tnat time to tnsis. trust nor
Mrs. G. A. Buie, of Lake City, left The next and last prize was given on n order tha
yesterday alter spending a few days deportment, which was won by Miss pary reinsta
here with the family of Mr. A. W. Mc- Mildred Smithson, and presented by iness in Te
Leran and other relatives and friends. HOn. A. W. McLeran with a nice ad- indicted son
Mr. A. W. McLeran and wife, dress in which he assured the principal. Indictment b
Messrs. W. H. McClellan, S. R. Mal- Prof. F. L. Hulsey, and the assistant, him ever si
lory, W. L. Blackmon, W. B. Howell Miss Annie Hemming, that their work A month
and C. M. Feilding, attended the Meth- ihad been entirely satisfactory and that was secured
odist district conference at Lake City the people here appreciated their work, tion by a gr
last week. The three latter were from also and enjoyed their stay in Welborn. that the
Leon church, south of here. They had some dialogues which were faulty in one
Judge B. H. Palmer and wife spent ery humoristic in nature, special at-, 8 to 16
a few days here last week visiting Dr. tention beingdrawn to the"Muffin Man" Flushing,
Hackney and family and other relatives who was loved so much by the little Halns, Jr.,
and friends. folks, and to the "Black Crow" in was convicted
Miss Fannie Smithson, of Lake City, 1which the preacher was- so enthused first degree
is here visiting relatives and friends. over the nice music made by his con- nis at the
The Welborn graded school closed oni gregation. There were other dialogues August was
the 12th after a successful term of of humoristic nature, but I hav'nt time retson in th
eight months, to go in full details. I determinate
Prof. F. L. Hulsey, as principal and To Prof. F. L. Hulsey and his worthy eight years
'Miss Annie Hemming as assistant, ac- assistant, Miss Annie Hemming, we tears at
quitted themselves with much credit, give credit for the success that has the sentence
having discharged their duties in a very been made here in the school work this and dropped
satisfactory manner. Medals were i year. Prof. Hulsey, who has just come i fore him. I
awarded to Miss Jessie Stubbs, Mild- in our midst, has proved to be a man of 1 emotion for
red Smithson and Lillie Mallory. Prof. intellect. Miss Hemming is one of the recovered 1
J. E Wood was present and delivered, best teachers of the county whose busi- staring at t
the medal to Miss Stubbs, for the best ness and social faculties are unsur-! General
declamation, in a very appropriate ad- passed. father, and
were in col
dress. Prof. O'Hara, county superin- Bov. tlon. Imme
Bovys 1\ill Be tnvs i mie
tendent, was also present and delivered prisoner's la
an address, which was full of good and are always getting scratches, cuts, prisoner's
thoughts, and was listened to with 'sprains, bruises, bumps, burs or scalds, Itee an
marked attention. Don't neglect such things-they may! said the ca
Miss Mamie Tison and Mr. W. B. result serious if you do. Apply Bal- course, and
Zachery, a popular young couple, were ilard's Snow Liniment according to di- four hours
quietly united in marriage here last' rections right away and it will relieve peal. He
Tuesday night at the Methodist parson- 'the pain and heal the trouble. Price, Hains to the
age, by Rev. F. P Jernigan. Only thel 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by Suwannee
contracting parties and the family of Drug Co DAR
the officiating minister were present.
n.; *i-_ fv-.Aa ^f ...... ...... TWOn MalI


wn ULLme inecua oi Utie c upeI were': More Arbot Roads.
rather expecting the marriage, still i
they were not prepared for the ro-
mance, which was announced early \ Like Messrs. Landen, Nobles and De-
Wednesday morning. MissFison is the ; Berry, I think our so-called public roads
eldest daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W.are in bad shape.
A. Ton of this place. She was born I think it would be a good idea to
and raised here and has taught school'fall back on the old way, as it will put
several terms in this county. She people on the road that do not pay any
is industrious and has many other: road tax and travel it more than a tax-
qualifications which commend her. payer. I would prefer paying a road
Mr. Zachary is at present engaged in tax rather than work the road if it was
the mercantile business. He is an up- only worked as it should be. Start up
right, honest and faithful young man, or down some of thehills and when you
and has made many friends here since get up or down you will have a back'
he came among us, a few years ago. ache or tooth ache from running over
Most hearty congratulations are here- the potatoes beds across the road to turn
by extended to Mr. and Mrs. Zacharv. the water.


The Worth Stephens Company are of- with best wishes for their future hap- I was out driin Sunday afternoon
fearing 25 per cent. off on clothing for pines and prosperity. y. and my horses came near running away
the rest of this month and June. They from bushes triking the spokes of the
have a big line of high grade clothing buggy wheels. In places you sure
mnd they ought to be able to close it ('hamberlailn's liniment. have to stay in the middle of the road
out at the prices they are making. Call! This is a new preparation and a good or ride oak scrub and dog fennel about 1
and look at their stock, one. It is especially valuable as a cure ten feet high.'
for chronic and muscular rheumatism., Our road contractors. I presume,
The Live Oak and White Springs and for the relief from pain which it, have to work according to their pay; if
atlosd Co.. will build a line of rail- affords in acute inflammatory rheuma- so they sure get poor pay out my way.'
reed from here to that popular Hamil-tism. Those .who have used it have in-' Hoping no one will think I am trying
o county resort city. White Springs, variably spoken of it in the very high- to criticise them, as I am only wanting
ad will put on regular passenger and et terms of praise. Lame back, lame better roads, and with best wishes to
freight tramn cdule. The general shoulder and stiff neck are due to the Democrat, I am,
esi ofithle company will be in this rheumatism of the muscles, usually' Yours for better roads,
city. brought on by exposure to cold or damp' J. V. BROWN,
Mrr. Dr. C. S. Brown left yesterday and are quickly cured by applying this R. No. 3, Live Oak, Fla.
fdt mao for Swainsboro, Ga., to liniment freely and massaging the af-
a*-eJ AL nmmoeIrmo eveIaaje \f i fcted nflrtsQ SorPnPCs of the mls i m.scles..


THAT T


a8dt Cleg f t Wtdkn.
Wdbor, May 18-TheWebmo high
schoold dod WedMwday night, May WAS
12, .9W. The Oeerc werI well t A WAUIt-
tewded by the patms rand all the peo- MirK ARt
piegeeayf of the eCo Ity. The
pigram w carried oat icely, each Ansm. T?.-Th.r
puid performing bi doty im m e a PCla ini rm
siutie manner. There were some nice mPlir Ol C N'Wl
reitatiom ramo the ppik on which ml a atlsem a avtt tht ttt iM
there was g vin medal for the owe m was not a trat M r-
with a trust, was dbmisd U 661
who was the most excellent in the en- district owrt here, and his
eral manmrof reciting. All did fine M -n
and seemed to be interested in t Thej case under the ascod tdi*
work. Miss Besre Stubbe received the mnt, which recites the same charge
medal, which we all hope will be an en- of false swearing and merely per-
couragement to her in life. This medal (ects errors In the first Indictment
was presented by Ex-Superintendent J. j wu postponed, by common consent,
K Wood, who made a fine talk to both' Iutl the fall term of the court. Oc-
the audience and the pupils, in which he tober llth is the date fixed for the
tried to make the boys believe that trial
a Mr. Pierce immediately gave bond
prizes were especially addicted to girls, in the sum of $20,000.
but the boys showed their colors by one Mr. Pierce arrived here, accomp-
smart little fellow coming out and re- ied by his attorney, Judge E. P. Per-
ceiving the next prize, which was pre- kings, of Dallas, for the purpose of ap-
sented by Rev. W. A. Tison, who gave pearing before the district court in
in detail the condition that the town of the cue pending against him wherein
Welborn was in when he first moved in he is charged with making a false
it, explaining the growth and prosperity affidavit a number of years ago to


hat his company was not 0w""' E8"
connected with a trust, ofthe i-- "- ,
it he might have the com-' -KiM S r ,I '
Lted so as to continue bus-; therm,.= am the
exas. He was originally daAi L J&. 1
ie four years ago and that,
has been pending against *t er. I
nce. *1IflBOI
ago a revised statement:
i from a second examina- Rev R. V. At
and jury, it being claimed Services at 11 L
original indictment was CoL O MOcC
e or two instances. o,<-


Years for Capt. Hains.
N. Y.-Captain Peter
United States army, w
ed of manslaughter in t
for killing William E. A
Bayside Yacht Club hi
sentenced by Justice G;


C.
ho
he;
LD-
LSt
ar-


e supreme court to an in-
sentence of not less than
nor more than sixteen
rd labor in state's prison.
ice Garretson had imposed
e Captain Hains sat down
I his head on the table be-
ie seemed overcome with
a few moments, but soon
himself and sat upright,
he court.
Hains, the defendant's
Major John Hains, who
urt, displayed much emo-
,diately after sentence the
,wyers asked for a stay of
r a few days in order to
peal. Justice Garretson
se would take the usual
gave the defense twenty-'
in which to file an ap-
then remanded Captain
e custody of the sheriff.

ING HOLD-UP
ROB TRAIN-IT IS SAID
'HEY SECURED ONLY


ABOUT 2W00.


Augusta, Ga.-Two robbers boarded
Southern passenger train No. 17 at
Warrenville, 8. C., 10 miles out, got
the drop on Express Messenger Thom-
as L. Hutto, knocked him senseless
witk a piece of rubber bose, '.nioned
his arms behind him, took his keys,
threw him into an empty express
chest, locked him therein and ran-


sacked the car at will.


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At 7:45 p. m. thmei I
service of organ
songs led by the Lcr.
Sunday-school' 0 a |
Junior Leaue t1 j"
Senior League, M
Mid-week Prayer
day, 7:30 p. m.
A cordial welcome b l

PIL '. PIUMi
Williams' Indau Ia
wili cure blind. BleR i
Piles. It absorb t If
Itching at once, acts
Z'vPs instant relief.
dian Pile Ointment |
P'itis and itching of the
Sold by druggists., mal
Williams M'f'g Co..
land, 0. Suwannee Drv*,i

For Bishop WlL
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. BartN
Oak, gave a reception m
night in honor of Bishop
ner Weed, who had gmone t
for the services on Si.*
.The beautiful home of IWl3
Barton was charmingly
in every way the ree1ptha
liant affair and a fitthag t
universally beloved an 'lj
the bishop. -Jacsomnib


HEALTH AND TriO
Mott's Ne i Mi
The great nerve and Ii
tive for men and we
strength and vitality,
system and renews the N
For sale by druggists U'
per box, six boxes ter PZ
Ilams M'rg. Co.. PPa. (
Ohio. Suwannee Drg (L


Tme train maes up at Branchvllle Mrs. E. R. DougiW i8 q
and carries through express and mail Finn, of Atlanta, am 0L
from Charleston and Columbia to Au- Mrs. Doug lata at4
gusta. E. C. Burrell, agent of the M Do Miss DowIbo
Southern Express Company at Augus- Pichard and Miss
ta, states that the records show that A Happy f F
the robbers secured about $200. This
is the first time on record that the is soon turned to a ad II ,
express has been of such small walk the floor every BD80
amount. The average currency ex- ing baby. McGee's j 1e
press thereon is $2,500 to -$i,.o00. make the child well -1 0n&l
The robbers rode into Augusta and induce healtnv, normal il
left the train on Broad street, in the' for disordered bowels l rAW
center of the city. No one on the'-all teething babies nl IL
train knew of the incident and the to take, sure, and if e.4
robbery was not discovered until the harmful drugs. Pice
messenger was liberated .t the union. Sold by
station. the negro porters who were' per bottle. old b u
engaged in unloading the express hay- Alabama Wins OvW
Ing located the imprisoned man byI Washington-hSU
his vigorous kicking within the box. a tbh in!'o,! ,T niU
t',).s f,,r wrif'. ,',',o io t '
Admiral Swinburne Retirees J..n-cio, ca..s ,,-tw"- n lt
San Francisco.--Rear Admiral W.1 rair:a l c,,mrniss;:,,: i Ind
T. Swinburne, commanding the Pa.i railroad uf hao ta'
;R,-. 4q ,,. k .! .. .. .. r 'lrI


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IVAN to Local Unions. Hickory Sink Itenri. J | J|Ji
4lW Ultmo in Florida are here- The school here closed last Friday,
9Uttt the State Executive May 30th. This was the most success- e G A w J f
k arranged for the State ful term of school that has ever been
of Florida to convene; taught at Hickory Sink. There was a W e ive lw ay w el y
( Live Oak, Florida, July total enrollment of 4* pupils, and the 7
L a., and to continue three attendance held up well until the last. With lvery Cash purcras. nf Stanl and Fandcy ir cries,
11.0 This is one of the best schools in the r o ap ancy rocees
f 649ll t that our Farmers' county, and the patrons are tak in* a Fertiliers, Seeds, etc.. mounting to FV IV IIIS I
1PL"tand a full delegation of; deep interest in it which will doubtleszers, ec., aing
I drl wisest members to this keep it among the best.
d thereby make the con- The school was very successful in se-. We will give absolutely free your choic- of any article you may select of Jewelry- -
tnceu and unionism I curing Prof. Hall for a teacher. His Gold an Gold Pted Rings, L:ets, Pirs o all irAs, etc,, to the alue of cents,
than ever before, kind disposition and high ideals asa Gold and Gold Plated Rings, L et, P of al kinds, to the ue of 50 cent
m tCome that we should Christian gentleman have much in lu- i On Cash purchases of $10 we will give $1 worth of jewelry, znd So on up. E&cry
*1A to the wheel if we ence over those whom he comes in con- piece o Jewelry is warranted to be ust as represented. See the dispy
touON Bionis SW gmd the ground that we words caused him to he honored by the our show window.
Bfli e patrons and loved by his pupils. Free Delivery to any part of the city
*h Pr icd rood&. but no Mr. Miller will give a lecture on mu-, ...
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amu o st art t by this eartaporaion i l odC .at s ^ ._ pte shall -< -_J. L ^
trStLm Fheml n furniture. hie.rgi7 e thi the 24th &y of ., A otfnu t.hr _. ad ..Ie ,ath
Ct* la dma kinds fd miechandse d a t used o puSONe of Tax eaftf
Oi~lBL *Af- or a"T-~ shut a" oad im- toem D, of oe T d werk Cru Court, Sumynee countyt = g je C Sv min the M th. dX -- -- A----si"c
.La"f or th _a5 nitoF 1 o0d 3- this e the 21 day of April A. D. of a Bnd mo.r k V. n ad ad of d ^o as

me %Aa*aCi. mije&W Ati s of mi be paid for in mony or D., has filed sadcertificate m my di. TheideoM it m m o
Sd ut Othmi mot "; tllc p eai.f Cbaida piu l Stock t die rtw ffi e and has made aplication for tax e aa.ototdthat'entJk a Twtfl md


alndr rm'" r ?ad ilt the a Bwdft rt kers0 SaBtud certificate embrace? the follower Tax Dad th E. prtd W;wi Mr. aottr M
dolt ldat T tiamunt of the CapitalStokofnid described noeertv situated in Suwan- baie Hmder. .- d 0._. ._
bum ti r lo al ,t thanyl B aria Under Section ,4 and ,575. Ge n- e. en C or Ow pmedlatars tma thme rso.i 1Im-w






istM tep f ivm Otekin the Cou~tyot forae orpm-rtion hall be authoIisd to tns nee county. Flora, t-wit. "9 tofb mennan;iBdrfcndent, t COUtT Jell. Jcte i
gbu din ohm a nt rods. p ats Aocko eralp Statates of Florida.Uuty Fltid ; & l-w p
M Oti shll tmaty-ve tbo tat(of a..oI da- Notice is hereby given that A. L. assessed Thisthea&adayofm.A.D.lsb. ofy ~i 4sr
nm IZ LnSMdivided nito two hundred and fifty Bryon purchaser of Tax Certificate faeorr l o st t 0h0 cr b oa *0 kamc NaW
1r Et- o0 Y noe in To sha for which the Parlu f date of the is sanc of such c
Sone hundred dB eaeh. Te Capita yStak ofNo. 31, dated the 2nd day of July A. tUn- rauod amm Foti-
idorptishall be aid for in money ss D., 106, has certificated said certificate in my d. The id caM uWARf1r et b ama
M rmhr bmiii and rir. of d orporation shall be tken adeed to issue in accordance with law. i sute i, .ida drebwri ,L Prt O. p.o
value. ma id valueto be asertained andeed cost of in saidrcommiswhereinofMyA.
011*414 w Im odf d valuet to heOtitmoa "f by tk e D.,d a Dk9. Said certificate embraces the following and C. E. he U pm Ua a" dar r S hlr L.
at lm 3n ad fr*i-f**i aoint The ewt amount of the Czpitl Stack of sid described property situated in Suwan- businessuder the firmamed I L BUmntt &r Mr a I
mA in OMP3outr of Raw 13 Wti shall be snomote than totit.paidu sianlb otirfam the .a m du sntt _ncettd t
2ast, t o ne ik h a oteCiit of tat sai omto shall be authot ito ne county, Florida, to-wit: WJ of SE C L atrm 'a '6 emom
20onommePadlaof id., and thee by tbo &t Ignzi i Sec. 17, T 6 South, R 15D East, 80, e i f ntJHRIMN CuyjlJ4
saim at kswnl rinr the rateo l ofARe' CLt iV. acres. The said land being assessed ., Shi the iffatuf of l. unty. aFS dm
IuMadltLC~hemhllztof ColMiMa Ioaidtaef The term for which this corporation shall exist at the date of the issuance of such cer- This the t day f May. A. D. 1
l,.taint h townd WhIs-- shall be nintynirThe years. tificate in the name of unknown. Un- yeia.ta. t teu pn4;
b3 w wm, fe tmia tossds ids Ar. u V. less said certificate shall be redeemed d te hcowl IM
a e- M. 3zn a mowS orT e s idhe T ihe bu nase of this corporationshallbecon- according to law, tax deed will issue Uve Oak. l a.. Ma r 4. Ift






M bll mt'^ adp .o,* A-I.LpvIy end Statutes of Floridthe984. H.Moly.W.th.J. G.Tnmm. !'. I e ,
VSOW mtafonr o-nmtih* 4dd bo the fiB t of.icee: A esiden.ah oth ingereoNotic he 24th day of Ma A. L.Notice is ereb giBave that the ffl oan f ---01
SIY L ad -MA oboe 6i n Presdnt and a Secretary and Tresur, tio resentedto the Bardf Public I rnstmres OIat M
eor I,2 land a Bard of Direetor to consist ofe not l D., 19M09. t its last riegulardMt' r rPuti n md baudr
te.r i -iT thre i a than f vh menb The aWitness my official signature and seal to or4er a qdatx s how a" district.
a mM iuas ir CC Dirct of aid crp a tion she be this te 21st da of lA. l D., eAldudhe orX a I
Sr m soe h ms u rbe. d to officers tth d of id cdesotbedi 909. S. BRYSON, section thiroty-. tudtMdw-at p tbre nra 1 0; 4M i
e slmd ri ted by the arud of Directors. Tre Clerk Circuit Court Suwanneeicounty, running wa o ts o aid rsoiuff m elaar SM 4
o osbpLaLm, =l .B oaf S be n the d in Jansetion 36, towns mp 3 thee north three miomtP ldsi t oto "




SrSJin SW y d jpMc year. Ueas 4 aAcsa nnual meeing SWPetition Is suwod birde th, w r ait i eaf <
S-- l lumotheso J. G. BIRD. ersouo, t age 14 eas 4 acre. T e to Meyre imatamu- Ls I.u to a
-w Mglib any l tate FlSLor saidreodent; Clat B.eL aeVice. Notice of Apploation for ineTar Dh ee ti b.e
AA&l .M- A-'_. brudeL rotr a ee Whittle. J. D. ADantom dQW W L
1sr r~iin bc 3.1bimat a Prenty aident;B.dMes eo. c Under Setia 574 and 575, Gen- dof.W. P. HwUhaomm i. G. Osa, A.Lh, V.k W Gm Ione g
A, trbttunLncu VI. eral S tatutes of F loridl a. Mobley. LSui oth T. T AM. T
Grm, Ler.Got oELw..g. al IAI
-IT a IWO torbea",.The hist mount ofd index btedness h to which Notice ishall bereby dven that A. L. Dmbytord of at of J. w. Cdi med. l r
rI w er kt dtho kalpte tahe Ui knoaano d eathi inbcrt Bryson purcrto law, Tx Cetitax deedte Suwanneeue tountyhereon in ttt dY O
h t Sntheai No. 48, dated the 5th day of June, 1 0 A.oi D. i I -
Tue name and residence of the subscribers to D., 1905, has filed said certificate in my Chairman of Board Public Inustlo.
mi pa- thejoiatpro Capi ed a rtic of incorporation are: office,d has me applicati for tax Attest:J W. tOA oA tna. 9nd








M the npoe therein set iarth.WS.
So J.ti 3LBatoe. rle Oak. F lr ida. rbu deed to iin o BRYSOdne .r nd for Su Sae countac. Ino Chada ncer Nw a awe
-- O C. McL od Liv Notakry Pid State at Lar Said erk Circuite embCoures th Suwannee following N
ow fam hm~ki) rol Signed ad sbsribd to by us this 5th day of described property situated in Suwan- Nd. to -St, iorstms., dii al SW 00000046
Sthe0 esm May, .We. ride county, Florida, to-wit: SwI anohr j, i hmin ciahm or








*bi r W n. ds, meh d metl My .o8mi.ion expires December 21. of0. Florida. surviving partner of It pe ropont a hod
ar" oai o kums Ji B. BARTON. of SE of section 36, townslir Tax Deed ainst the s statelto n va rgt Crk ha fi









I-i tado Notice iB hereby ven that an election wl be U'nder Sections 574 and 575, den.'"d R. w. adn pW! at !l "t m .
P W of Lb inurm- J. G. BIRD. south, range 14 east, 40 acres. The o pesntyo& dm Florida, hu ao o s.at 4WlGm "ft s W
o d oa d a Seorratd ted Florid a t said land being assessed at te Flori date of vatmpla within o ant eF of ht a Me. tb

ifn..i a mt the unero ae, pereo na a me wh Nticame iof S. A. Attoway. Unless said be dLy, i eieb oaM C
ao a11aF bearton, C. eLod around J. tee. Bird. eh tohe certificate shall be redeemed according Administrator of estate of i. W. Clankedem. ad mall a w fm
do b"Of tdhesaw of aw pparlloanr owm. and each being duly sworn to law, tax deed will issue thereon ondw t m a
did twoacwledge and declare that they signed the 24 th day of May,un A. D., 1909. P, k
d ^ p fo ereoigproposed articles of in corpotioor I ue in rance with law. I r bnstr
4PO -9M. the purpaee therein set orth. Witness my official signature and..mll alu1
Sof OBrien, T. C. Williams. J. se. Hall. This 5th. Ry. seal this the 21st dmbraces of April, lowing stw ir Thid Jud. l m
Af Mm1 BranfordM .D.,19g.FlorH. Greenin. r SKempwdh coA.unty. In Ca nt F rida t-wt to. I-





Sa to be eonduettd hall be Houston. J. H. Long. J. M. Kit. S.BROOME, of SWi section 30 BRY t SONs uth, Ho minor, and
mlMm.prof te Mid. J. Notary Public. W. H. Hlrge. W. Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county uCN. dlis. a d dl tl as sole
6 oONr HUNDRED Mye commission expires December 21.1909. Florida. surviving partner of It is roore I
Sll ty por Do by oer of the of P stuertiicate the amf Ho the late imn of Ad- Johni tinl
Sr heope- tonoftheountyofSuwanne. Stae of Fl notice o AUnless saidon for Tax Deed pod and T











B d tu e 4l Of oad to Apper to the bill of ompfnt eA-i ml,
Notice is hereby given that an election will be Under Sections 574 and 575, ( ten. and a Wt l AdaM
hi Itoo sde of mid corporatito be Chain the f Bollowing special tax school dInstriction. ral Statereon the 3tt da of lr oComplainant the of t 1t.
S in t a e, upow thefor Suwannee ouidy the28y. Flothday 909May, A. D., 1909. the at theof nue .
SJ aerif ireorporavnt to af voting pl Jor the purpose o deteARAmining wh Noticetis hereby given that n L J. H. cRikerson ser- o T o












,-of Lattar Pautte nt heereon'k, and annual a Criinc Suatenaperintendent of Publicundy- cia-iua. Instruction in and for thi the 2t dApr A. D. 1 I ac f week ordeid that uth iUe weees iI
tb LTh SBm for in Otoe 1: and thae J.and has made application for taxhe S m EwhtDnra e rn, 4- _IJa" ad f'e' l s peCtivl to btdhSmd makhe nr tufs Sale. C leed tork Circuit Court Sawannee with law. intyis1 ra, p a. bue Itat ue
~ U0n ... O'Briene authority of aan execution, Hall sued Florida SJai w. the followingTY la.f jamin, t










hrr s dthS~ieirtoqti. Under and by authority of an execution. .iFlorid a J. W. BEYsoM, Tlha ~,.. S


iuamO. untu t me frst annual election of out of and under the han and a el of the clerkL ISEAL. Clerk Circuit Court. The pBrt r'pa. eoa W
nawtem aaI poided by Section 2 of this Article, circuit court, in and for Suwannee county. Flori- NOTICE. L. E. Roberson. Complainant's Solicitor. pi
a w" m filthe eesset are elected and quali- da. I haye this day levied upon and will offer for U e ed b) (byt lvt- o
Mfld emabibera hereto shall constitute and ale and sell to the highest bidder therefore for Under and by virtue of that final decree of fe- tiion for Tax
Amtma Prwiaaoe Board of Directors and shall ash in front of the e art-house door on Monday closure made by the Hon. B. H. Palmer under Application for Tax 1ll Ow,.Bao, K, '
ndsaste rand brusin of aid corpora- the 7th day of June. 1909. between the lega hours date May 5. 1909. in that certainause Pending in U Inder sectlftiof 4 and 5755, ~tr-. a \: .ra, .- 4
to ad til the next el etion as shall be pre-. of ale the following described real estate, to-wit: the circuit court of the Third Judicial Circuit of eral Statutes of Florida. -aU
d bF*a hthe blaws for the election of other North~ of nw, of sw L& and 6 2-3 acres north side the State of Florida. in and for Suwannee county, i
S W. L Tedder d rll be President.B. of aouth4 of nw'4 of sw'i. section one W[1. town- in Chancery. wherin Dillie E. Byrd is complain- Notice is hereby given that A. L
l Vice-esident. and C. D. Blakwell. See- ship three (3). range thirteen (1 ). also south ant and W*B. Collins et. l. are defendants, and B son, purchaser of Tax Certificate *
retail l and mrau. one-half of N. W. '4 section one [1]. township wherein in cross-bill brought by G. T. Edwards.* *
AICLE 6. three (3). range thirteen [131. also N. E. of enplaint nd W. B. Coiins. et. al. aredefend No. 353, dated the lst day of June, A. B ros, ,
neII section eleven fll]. township three [3]. ant; wherein I as Special Master wasdirected to D., 1903, has filed said certificate in my bo d .
UNIT OF U NDE DN & range thirteen (13]. containing one hundred, exeuteaid decree, I as said Special Master. on office, and has made application for tax
tale. The hhest amountof indebtedness forty-six and and two-third acres more or le the 7th day of June. 1909. between the legal ours o* i .%It nt
to w ideorpontMin hall at any time sub- and being situate in Suwannee county, Florida. or of sale in frontof the court-house door in Suwan- deed to issue in accord e with law.
lmtIsWal be TWo Hundred Thouand (p200,- so much thereof as wilCtake to satisfy said execu- nee county. Florida. being the first Monday in: Said certificate embraces the following gai SOlno "t r.- "
(0Au) Dolan. tion and costa and the cost of this sale. wherein J. aid month. wi offer for sale and sell to the described propertV situated in Suwan- derlld .i e
sAKct 7. B. Barton. is plaintiff. and Liley Neal ad Harry higbestand best bidder for cash the following nee county, Florida, toit: nwof sw| M<. i 1
NAUM AND mDUCES OF THE SUBcCRIUNG Simmons. are defendants, purchaser to pay for to-wit: The north half of southwest cou nw of
title. quarter. section 29, township 2 south, ran e 13 of Sec. 3, T 1 South, R 12 East, 401 near ol 1 ,t ,* 0
e I CUOT n ATOa lJ. H. RI On I. The n ud places idn Sheriff, Suwanneecounty. Florida. ing Beginning at the southeast corner of the through
th mLh ainibeimro torsand the number This 6th dav of May. A. I c. 1F9. northeast quarter ofsouthwest quarter, section the date of the issuance of such certifi.W hrate
oft *am t apital stock subscribed for by each, 26. township 2 south, range 13 east in Suwannee cate in the name of Unknown. Un- ofO 4isr -a
lomullow: SHERIFFS SALE. county, Florida. running thence north feetto less said certificate shall be redeemed t t
k 'rddo. U Oak.~ Fi. hara paost. thence west feet to a post. thence south
. Tedder, Tm Fla sh. shares Under and by authority of an execution issued 605 feet to a post. thence est 05 feet to point of according tO law, tax deed will issues eame DP W 61 '- *
..M... Lia Okk.Fia 30Lsha-m out of and under the hand and seal of the clerk beginning., containing in allten acresmoreor less. thereon on the 7th of June, A. D., ter ru"ninl a ,-k,' *
V V Sa Live Ok, Fla. 5 shr circuit court, in and for Suwannee county. Flori- or so much thereof as will be necessary to satisfy 1909. Witness mv off'ciali tr eand w t t a 3
C. Blaell. Live Oak. Fla. 5 r da. I have this day levied upon and will offer for the amount decreed to be paid to complainant and gesture and
H B. o L ie L Oak. FL shar se ale and sell to the highest bidder therefore for the complainant in the cross-bill, as also the in- I ea8 this the 30th day of April, A. trucks lor 1 ,1'. '. -
S. L TEDDERI cash, on Monday the 7th day of June, A. D. 1909, terest that may be due on said sum, and all costs D., 1909. J. W. BRYSON, p oa
W. TEDDER, between the legal hours of sale the following des- of said suit M. E. BROOME. I Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County, tlO
C. H. TE DIAER cribed real estate. to-wit: Lots one, four and Special Master. Florida. i e,
S^ BA ,CUS. five. Block S. Slates addition to city of Live Oak. May 5th. 1909.
W. PENNINGTON. Fl SectionTwenty-threei23],TownshipTwo(2], 1 side and v400
C. D. BLACKWELL, Range Thirteen [13 ; also Lot eight. Block six, of for Tax li for Tax 0 o
H. H. BROWN. RPajrd addition to the itr of Live Oak. Florida.N Application foroTax


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