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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNK 11, 1tsW.
TIME-May and June, 1909
PLACE-Worth Stephens- C. --
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Twenty-Five Per Cent cRduction Off on C
WE ARE Okh'K" NG for May and June a special reduction of !5 per cent off on our entire stock of Coth,
type o Ready-to.Wear apparel America produces. The Fabrics, the Liinngs the Tailoring and Fitting guarara e
when compared with other makes. Twenty-fve per cent is a big reduction on High Grade Cthn but in order
Spring and Summer Wights, we have decided to offer this great reduction. o 0t o
at but gc
$20 Suit for $15 I $18 Suit for $13.50 I $15 Suit for $11.25 I $1250 Suit fot
A Straight Twenty-Five Per
Reduction on all Two
and Three-Piece Suits,
i OOME GET YOUR CHOICE BEFORE BEST BARGAINS ARE ALL GONE
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W before you start if you get
Into one of our suits made
Specially for you and us
splendid line of
Furnishings in the best
Marx. There are some
in the line
this season, and the new
more attractive than ever.
Almost any idea you can
suggest has been succes'-
i new styles;
out In the
SSre of suiting the taste,
comes to us.
'ThtStore is the home of Hart
U ffner & Marx Clothes
^r a OI kpir hia
goods that can always be
depended upon for quality,
Some of our leaders are:
Quality Shoes for
Men, in all styles; Bus-
ter Brown Blue Ribbon
Shoes for Boys.., ,
This Store is the home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx Clothes
25 Per Et Off kgdv Pkm
b r C
fI r a w trhl =a8 i-
ij-t1 tm to hePow
~yhr L An p-o wa thu
Mbmt todo wp. Cnrtv =d Wi
.&.loom *a bdm thd ut.
0 4i tbsoUemIgotokmwm. la
s io te dAe dataanouat
w hedd W te $8Me.
Sw-do vjoywalys ot-
t*o Wtof batele thSate
N m, d the gsre toro w
` lu've wu vkwoody aw-
pot pt'd both tbrg %de
AIN^ md~r theism vu a
"ovjiiium to t he ruligof
t Ibr the atyes for the d-
a A W.r Of the proeed-
iR- f este 0 But after ech
0 .r Ma ds the te M feel-
M*sli"kad good hamor pre-
: ~Nsy was in by 330
o fa iL, o n d CoL L. E.
*a, ifa shamd
Sthe jury in behalf
OW dlhr tk reler of hia
V&_ t --I by JuI
H J C lrthe bate, who
9ir m the jury fitbe
Wbb 4ie t s behalf of the
Sa nation, he askey d the
H c an eepionally
-CI. J. N. Stripling, one
lii's ut famoul criminal law-
i by m may a jury
1it hlfmdor byiCe. v.
hl wO&A whoirvieaed the
ll d thh ed is closin a
jW ei s* it h w dasivew
sto, S attation, he asked the
m eCoL J N. Stripling, one
|', I smt famous criminal law-
ie wth overpowming e lo
ad ik lmarw fist pieaah wa hai
Sb~o y ttohe maoty a jr y and
[ Nl^ caq"ial to his clients. In a
iH W Wdith witves humor,bitter
i d i ens brought be made the
I-' M MJW for the defense. It was
r <~I~JH thrt, W his closing ap-
t'Jdr srettel of the defendants was
in the extreme. CoL Fred W.
soft State's attorney, then
So fting speech for the State.
lray~d the State's testimony to-
^H in a 8ot Covincing manner,
:'rJ`~ eelhf a o me of the testimony
40M ow d was made straight from
|^ IILdSDdsr, with so nIacing Words.
^' M I~irdor remarks filled with touching
< fl~ lt a about the mother and wife
`oft*YM dacMed ad the wives and fam-
96 fdI of the defendants brought tears to!
Lame shoulder is host invariaby
eamm by rhmamtism of the m elea
ad yield qWikly to the free appa-
di Of a ~uke*it's LmoMt. Thi
bh t a t y prompt amd effect-
al, but in way dinreable to mae.
Soad by Barlay t Groover, Druggists.
Writingn "Success Magazine," Ori-
so Swett says:
Never before was the opportunity of
the educated man so great as today.
Never before was there such a demand
for the trained man, the man who can,
do a thing superbly well. At the door
of every vocation is a sign out.
"Wanted-a man." No matter how.
many millions are out of employment,
the whole world is hunting for a man
who can do things; trained thinkers
who can do whatever he undertakes a
little better than it has ever before
been doie. Everywhere it is the edu-
cated man, the man whose natural abil-
ity has been enlarged, enhanced one
hundred fold by superior training, that
Or all id swe see men with small
uab but well trained, pushing ahead
of those who have greater capabilities,
hut are only half trained. A one-talent
maa, superbly trained, often gets the
place when a man with many untrained
or half trained talents lose it. Never
was ignorance placed at such a disad-
vantage as today.
While the opportunities awaiting the
educated man, the college graduate, on
his entrance into prnc.ical life were
never before so great and so numerous
as today, so also the dangers and temp-
tations which beset him were never be-
fore so great, so numerous and so insid-
There is nothing else, Irhaps, which
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have you' neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pain
in loins, side, back, groins and blad-
der? Have you a flabby appearance
of the face, especially under the eyes?
Too frequent a desire to pass urine?
If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you--at druggists, price 50c.
Williams M'f'g. Co., Props., Cleve-
land, 0. Suwannee Drug Co.
A new Jewish synagogue is to be
the graduate needs to be cautioned built in Jacksonville at a cost of $30,-
against more than the money madness 000. It will be located on the corner of
which has seized the American people, Ashley and Laura streets.
for nothing else is more fatal to the;
development of the h ',1i r, finer in-! A Happy Father
stincts and nobler desil es. i, mvn irma, to a coa ,nn ;ifC ha ,,, ,-
A healthy man is a king in his own
right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy
slave. Burdock Blood Witlers bui:dsup
sound health-keeps ytu well. 1
It Wants to Be the Capital of the New
Delray, Fla. -The ci'i/z,-ns of Delray
held a very enthusiastic meeting a few
days ago, the object of which was to
start talk, as well as action, towards
campaigning for Delray as the perman-
ent county seat of the newly-made
do sya of many in the court room. Palm Beach county. Committees were
J e* Palmer then delivered his appointed to look aftt(r the publicity
W to the jury, giving them the law', and the people were admonished to
sis ble to such cases, and visiting make "County Seat at l)klrav their
tumeys and others who heard it were' slogan.
am in saying that it was one of +he It is said that the poe pie of Bo.yton,
ahdlt and most complete charge they, Stuart, Jupiter, Pompbno and Dee:'ield
hlld ver heard given to a jury. After: are in favor of Delrv., and t At ifl
hwio the charge of the court the jury West Palm Beach gets Iih ,. ., seat
nttre to consider their verdict, and permanently it will onlv tk ra hard
sate remaining out about twenty-four fight at the pools.
hew returned in to court, with their In this connection it is said the divis-
Tvrdiet, fing the defendants guilty ion committee. t% o years ago offered to
of order in the second degree, and re- donate the site and buildings for the
- ma ding mercy be extended to Wil- county court house, provided the people,
for a new court house inside of ten
years. It is believed by people living;
outside of Palm Beach that the division
committee of this year will not attempt
o cU to take up the agreement entered into'
by the former division commniittee in re-
gard to donating a site and building in,
West Palm Beach for the c,,urt house
1 AVII W1l l[IU W AJ bU VUi 11 e l lIW
walk the floor every night with a cry-
ing baby. McGee's Baby Elixir will
make the child well-soothe its nerves,
induce healt.)y, normal slumber. Best
for disordered bowels and sour stomach
-all teething babies need it. Pleasant
to take, sure, and safe, contains no
harmful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents
per bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.
The yellow fungus used for the spray-
ing of trees for the white fly is said to
be rapidly exterminating the pest.
A healthy man is a king in his own
right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy
slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up
sound health-keeps you well. 1
IT POSITIVELY CURES
t & DAKltn
C. D. E ACKW&
a IV*luw b thae Iae t il
hestt ai rbksra9GuImM -r
bt hedeedd ikai to the t
fBho dnth te lIMt v lth
das. NIulid -tnuilSfrintaut
toAeh* a wWe beid t mened
in uavi to the people aR he ad hoped
for, his htit i hoped, wilbae"the
effect of bringing about a mawe econ-
ndmial aImintrtion of the buinmes of
Bdowris a partial lst of the reduc-
The salary of the chief clerk in the
secretary of state's office was reduced
m $L 800 to $1,500.
In the controller's office, a special
clerkship drawing $1,200 was cut out,
the atm per and typewriter was
cut from $1,200 to $1.000, and the book-
keeper in the tax redemption depart-
ment from $1,500 to $1,200.
The item of postage, stationery and
incidentals in state treasurer's office
was trimmed from $1.000 to $500 a year.
The salary sf the assistant chief
clerk in the superintendent of public in-
struction's office was made $1,200, in-
itead of $1,500.
The clerk hire in the prison depart-
ment of the commissioner of agricul-
ture's department was reduced from
$1,800 to $1,50C.
The salary of the state chemist was
slashed from $2,500 to $2,000, and his
traveling expenses from $1,000 to $500.
The salary of the adjutant general
was reduced from $2,500 to $2,000.
c best all purp Engi made. Shjl
mcti n and made of the very hi w&
il Uses kas gasole and proJ -
'er than any engine made. Smped r
and all latest improvements
can pull any lol I
agan Gasoline b
2, 4, 6 and 8 horse power in emb
Cash or ir ilimentL.
Live Oak Manuftulriun
%A%1t1t.1 tUt MMI tW
Lmube, Shliwle Iec D l
Lights, Powrw as" Tu"ft
Electric Lights in any part of the ot. f fI
Residence or Business hlous at a v t rvi dll i
Electric powtr-Dlay and night currtf m'P ll
Wholesale and retail Ice e out ,f t' ,irt
cial attention, and all order pr-,mtl.!k ~~i !
We widlive you good pric on kl ral -
,floorig. Come and get our prica.
Special Summer C
No*. 609-11, 13 enkl, *
i Will prepare you for a position aA KO>, ,I Wi ..
rather, Bank Clerk, or Telegrapher Manyv ..i -.,, -
young men and women are Kraduatt.-, of tL I',
and responsible positions. A Sptcial ratr >, $ .,
books, and board and lodging four m,,nth, I r, (,.
any time. Catalogue and Fine P'enmanhip ,. i
PROF. L M. HATTON, XM&t.
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FOUR PER CENT NTERET PAID ON SAVINGS DD
LIVE OAK BANK
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or yt es ma d rl
tbM "kee o- :'
ew." L#O$sk t b
by laytng by a Btl
Into the ate Sld* c
4% interest 0 It
credit (that eoopmlj
meaths) and de ,
o' nights, eat your Aft N|
sweet content Ask M
tons here you like-l i
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
Buggies, Mules, Harness,
CAR LOAD OF HORSES AND MULES JUST
Call and See Them.
Don't forget that we are headquarters for everything in our line.
sell at wholesale and retail and can suit you in price and style
Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons
Live Oak, Florida
TONS OF DECAYED FISH. WILL BE INVESTIGATED. FREE MAIL DELIVERY.
Salt Lake DryiMg Up a&d Tboltsaud Bores Foud Thought to Be Thow It Will Be KEtablised a DeLMA te
Upon Thousnd of Fish Perith. of Heruoe. Middle t July.
St. Petersburg, Fla.-When in its St. Augustine, June 10.-Word has Free delivery of mails will be estab
glory, Salt Lake was a body of water reached here from Washington to the lished in DeLand on July IL. The
half a mile long and a quarter of a mile effect that the War Department will will be appointed two regular aei
wide. On a oeo of t e of e o investigate the finding of skeletons re- and one substitute. An ai tiom I
wide. On account of the dry seasons cently by George C)lee, near Picolata, will be held on June 19. ThePabtooe
the lake has steadily dimished during and if the bones are found to be those Department furnishes the following in- .
the past three years, but particularly of soldiers, they will be ordered disin- formation, which the 5,000 clerks in the
this year, so that now it is nothing but terred and buried in the National Ceme- department requests the newspapers to
a muck pool a foot deep and one hun- tery in St Augustine. publish free of charge.
dred by four hundred feet in dimen- Mr. Colee recently found a number The United States Civil Service Com-
sions. Of course, nearly all life in the of bones near Picolata, which it is be- mission announces that on June 19, in 1
water has become extinct. The alliga- lived are the bones of United States DeLand, an examination will be held
tors and turtles have been leaving soldiers who took part in the Seminole for the position of clerk and carrier in
steadily for some time, and now thous- 'Indian War. Mr. Colee communicated the postoffice service.
aLds upon thousands of dead and de- the result of his find to Senator Talia- From the eligibles resulting from this
caying fish are lying all over the place, ferro in Washington. examination it is expected that the
nation for the State organiza- forming a large white mass, visible a Senator Taliaferro immediately took I
Lm, Whic meets in this city on July long distance away and sending up the matter up with the proper authori-
64, l19. The City Hall was accepted, smells and odors distinguishable still ties in Washington, and communica- t
d tWh meeting will be held there on further away. tions recently received in reply bring c
b awIve named date. I Over all the water and some sur- the news that the matter will be thor- I
Q. H. Dorman* on rural route No. 3, 'rounding land the fish, mullet and oughly investigated, and if the bones t
pr"t at the meeting, and said bream, are spread out a foot thick. In are found to be those of soldiers, they 1
hie hid h watching the Rural Mail,the little water left on the south side, will be transferred to this city and
iusim oganization for some time,': where the rock bottom is, there are a given proper burial in the National
IM it wu very much in line with the few garfish left, the sole survivors of Cemetery.
hra Union organization, and that the fall, and in about a week the water
idnW me his influence to bring the will all dry up, and they will be no Shutting Out the .lugs.
htm Union State Convention in more. The place is one big bog, and Dade City, Fla., did not wait for the
S wit the Rural Mail Carriers will make fine muck land, especially:state or nation tomake illegal the ship-
l0 C0uvantion at Live Oak on July after the fish have all decayed. ping of liquor into dry territory. The
d4 3 sd for some three or four town council has acted on the matter
hp terafter. Poor Milk and has passed an ordinance to protect'
h flowing named cameras joined is often thought to be responsible for the town. Other towns would do well:
S9bate organization: J. A. Boze- an infant's loss in weight or general to follow Dade City's example. It is
Live Oak; C. W. Hemming, Wel- poor health. The cause usually is that worthy of note that the Atlantic Coast
bh; W. H. Goff, Pinemount, and S. the child has worms. They get the Line has issued an order to its agents
I NJisa, Dowling Park. nourishment in the food and the baby to respect the ordinance.
Te county organization adjourned starves, actually starves. White's THE ORDINANCE.
rt to call of the president. Cream Vermifuge expels the worms Be it resolved by the town council of
% Jbiet of the organization is to and nourishes the child, sure and safe. Dade City, Fla., That it shall be un-
alad rural carriers and substitutes Price 25 cents. Sold by Suwannee lawful for any express or railway com-
Seo m &oty and State for their mu- 1 Drug Co. 50-4t pany, or any other common caer, to
I bmelt, and to co-operate at all pany, or any other common carrier, to
bwet, and to co-operate at all'.
I.. to bring into the town of Dade City
6WS with the postoffice department And He Still Livtof
the ptig oepartmene Ard He Sti elaived and deliver to any person, firm or cor-
btl ld and assistance oi An aged negro in New Madrid, Mo., portion other than a licensed druggist
I tad rll overseers and road om--asserts that he carried the challenge within the corporate limits of said
f thrpoad see af ein the from General Jackson to General Pa- town, any intoxicating liquors or mix-
S in gpood condition. kenham at New Orleans, January 7, tures thereof, provided that same be
Following named carriers joined: 1815, to fight a battle next day. He not shipped from points without the
PW.ty organization: G. F. Mc- says he was then 13 years old. borders of the State of Florida.
i Live Oak; T. A. Burnett, Live Brother Dickey can beat that. He Any person, firm or corporation vio-
J. A. Bozeman, Live Oak; W. H. says that he shook hands with Ceorge lating this ordinance shall be fined not
PMolwf t; S. E. Newmans, Washington, and that Washington said less than ten nor more than fifty dollars
Palr; C. W. Hemming, Wel- to him: "Old man, give my compli- for each offense. This ordinance shall
ments to General Robert E. Lee. "-At- go into effect five days after its pas-
G. F. McDANIEL, Pres. lanta Constitution. sage. -Birmingham (Ala.) Citizen.
W I. GOPF, Sec. and Treas.
Postmaster General will select the car-
riers and substitute carriers who are to
be appointed prior to the establishment
of free delivery. One of the carriers
positions may, however, be filled by the
transfer of an experienced carrier from
the eligibles may also be maIe for ap-
pointments to the position of clerk and
carrier after the establishment of free
Want to be strong?
Bat more Quaker Oats. This a.
vice is coming from all sides a r-
sult of recent experiment on footl
to deteraiM which an the brt far
length and entrance. It has b
proved that eaten of Qaker ONO
and mch cereals are far superior ina
strength and endurance to those who
rely upon the usual diet of beavy,
greasy foods. The Quaker Oaf
Company is pecking Quaker Oats ain
tins for warm climates. It keeps
fresh and sweet indefinitely.
Pr.o mioAuC IM
DR. A. S, T
DR. A. S. TO,
offie, NedW1 fbor Lwb b
office rooIas -o flm u q
Dr. L.X. Dbsm
DR. L X D=ON
MIORNw I & COmmse
ad 3 GAL
ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW:
win do ~gam Praco" b "
Flor l Vin"
liVa flOA W
Governor Gilchrist has vetoed the bill
appropriating $166,759.80 for the public T. J. L Y L E
schools of Florida, on the ground that
it is unconstitutional, as a portion of PrCtiWa
the sum was designated to be for re- WICIIMAICE A
living those schools in the State which WW1ATSL W AN
had paid out considerable money in 1 year's eqpirMe
1908 with the expectation of receiving Good stoek of Wathet & l"n a h
State aid through the 80 per cent at-1 ,,,,
tendance averages under the 1907 ap- wfYv n
propriation, which the courts later de- E. WOOD
cleared unconstitutional. *
A TTOW.EY A TLA W.
The first shipment of limes of the Nowuy PaIs
season through this port was made yes-i Legal papers carefully adpn~
terday, and others will follow in rapid, executed.
succession. It is said the key lime; Will n ratice in all the eate CI.
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RURAL LETTER CARRIERS.
Otaul Prwcedin of County Or-
Rural letter carriers of Suwannee
maty, and carriers from other parts
ifltb State met at Live Oak, Fla.,
r May $1, 1909, for the purpose of or-
u-ig a Rural Letter Carriers Asso-
dmiu, for Suwannee county.
%b meeting was called to order by
G.P. McDaniel, and A. A. Avriett,
Ibte president, of Jennings, Fla., was
itppnted temporary chairman. G. F.
ealel was elected president of the
M ty organization; T. A. Burnett,
whopruident, and W. H. Goff, secre-
ty and treasurer.
L E. McNeil, mayor of the city of
U" Oak, tendered the City Hall to the
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TO BE THROWN ON
THE MARKET AT
SR -'9 M'K of Clothing, Shoes,
,* -rst(Kked and need m<
.- FOR CASH FOR
H a tsand ts
)fy t4) mbfrq-
- -e and newest style ba
- *" w" rced to offer our entire
.. ImBER, THIS SALE L
INF 7% 7 !S4
OUR STOCK of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings are all ot the very best
We are overstocked and need money to meet our obligations, therefore we a
freight added, FOR CASH FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS I I F
makes and newest styles bought for this
,re forced to offer our entire stock at AC.
REMEMBER, THIS SALE LASTS FIFTEEN]
MEKN'S UNDERSIR I'S
$ I .0)
Sale Starts Saturday, June 5, a Closes Tues., June 22
cs a Ia ra
l, alIl tl(I' newest toes, piatent and(l Vici Kid and
all the new shlades ,of tan and brown leathers.
$(;.60 hoylde and ,1. &" M. Shoes go at $4 75
$A1.m0 \Walkover Shoes go at 3 25
$:8.5) CWa'l'lmover Shoes go at 2 75
)nte lwot >1 tw\,)-Iei'ce Summiier Suits in broken sizes.
\\' t Ii t Iroii '7.5! ) to $21.00 a suit. to be sold
;at aIlf' Hric'i..
-()( a I c%.;IId
1.5c I'alncY aii
i 'M ill
Men's Straw and Felt Hats
it all the icwtest shapes for sunilmer.
flats, cost price
Hllats, cost price
Shats. -cost price
Men's Gcniine Panama
'., 1'11,'1atam1a flats, all shapes, at
$S : 75
Men's Negligee Shirts.
A ll 2.7)(
Ilen 's Shirts.
$1.00 Men's Shirts, cost price
75c Men's Shirts, cost price
Men's Summer Underwear.
All $2.00 Underwear, cost price, a Suit
All $1.50 Underwear, cost price, a Suit.
All $1.00 Underwear, cost price, a Suit
Men's Nainsook Pajamas.
All $1.50 Pajamas, cost price, a Suit
All $1.00 Pajamas, cost price, a Suit
Neckwear and Handkerchiefs.
All 50c Neckwear, cost price
All 25c Neckwear, cost price
One lot 25c Wash Ties, cost price
All 50c Silk Handkerchiefs, cost price
All 25c Linen Hankerchiefs. cost price
All 15c Lawn Handkerchiefs, cost price
All 10c Lawn Handkerchiefs, cost price
Fancy Vests, cost price
Fancy Vests, cost price
Fancy Vests, cost price
Fancy Vests, cost price
All $12.50 Trunks, cost price ..........
All $10.00 Trunks, cost price .........
All $7.50 Trunks, cost price............
All $6.00 Trunks, cost price .....
Our entire stock of Suit Cases and
to go at Actual Cost.
..... 4 75
Including Blue Serges, Fancy Worsteds and Cash-
meres, in all the newest styles for this season,
at the following prices :
All S6.00 Men's Pants, cost price $4 50
All $5.00 Men's Pants, cost price 3 75
All $4.50 Men's Pants, cost price.. ... 3 25
All S4.00 Men's Pants, cost price 2 75
All S3.50 Men's Pants, cost price ......... 2 25
100 pairs of Men's Flannel and Worsted Summer
Pants, worth $2.50 and $3.00, to go at $1.75
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ade other otid amL s b ekl -at sk r t e b U
ad Win nh shsa hbe Penrasewd the
MIf mrd e eta a bm s am i w .i~-ws tthe l oanm
ne eUs a Amay re oa&t .a Umil. t Am atiml setam o
Vbt th wd 814 G tbf thouIh a of t 101h provided by SerbuI of tb Artcf.I
Sand so their ,om a e elseese ad quash-
ua yet bMa &Ri. wlo MMl dey tat l ed. te mbeabm n hereto Dll etito
NWbaor EEUPlCmI do the worm. wt as a pwiuiol bord of Dwseramid shaUl
Wel lar ttML IMWnmat of thoatMir d em duet the affair and b.MneMi 4 m ul cOrporS.
e to tmand until the ner eti.' h as e pro-
p w be M to k & abo t a tsoodiw by~~the b.-l.ws for the etisia d other
tbWe. W MWe ai that HnERPICIM e du. W. L Tedder shall be Prrsidlsr, IL
"sma a 60utr or e Iler of "906e," BreM Vim-Presdnat. J C. D. blacia!. Ser-
NI "HrpwM Is the Bunly name of aret7 and Triwsmr.
duMMI ledI by varimou veetabbt pa r- ATm'Lc i.
ta. A s lr -lecrobe ausme dan-| R F31M WS IM M
re ithhu sMalad fam B ghaar:; thb| 8* 1 The b", eo" mefm" et(
s te mrob tlat WIBO8 HERPI-, d 9n- .^i' he, I I
cmi dmD lJOUy 4srtWeT after wh i St i 'adh.eMd 41M.
ter re m U oW by alts *l.t | ARMICL .
&Ma 31. lnVa sas tr sin to Te mx AMxD eramnos w a TU eLTmum
tl0i0 C.. IC.puat oJck Ia3 aa.rm.
O Morf thhrttI inrhted r ittheI a, M m d theambr
&nRMe Dr si Co., *palgCeAtd rf m s of pal tl stmr*heredi b& sak
W .K.L Teder. LOiLFkl. hLs Fk
tU sw ga plant of Jaekonville is? C ITolr M ah
toke a teacity of million feet w. w. Pi-ma.Y fLt, I
C. D. BSwdel Live Cw k. IrW ao
H. H. own.a. .iw tOk. IL "hae
-'---Y"""--------------- --- -W. F 1 te
---- ---- ---- ---- ---W L TUDD91L
C. D W CNXIKN
ASTMA1 EE Y Ko -K
GiveM -mSTATE OF FLORIDA.
Ohwv M a" ad Peitive Belief t oEvery SwrwAMu COnUNT
CM OWI a by Dms. Price4l Before m pem a)y a qa d W L TIer
TOWiaal -by WC. H. Teider.,M. L ks. W W Nau a
INml .W pMp. OCbh- 0, C. D. Bhwerli and H H kruera. to -Uw
known and knora to u to b the ri who
-- --- --,v ---- ubshribd tlhie nIm to t" ferwewa ArtMrwi
of Icorpoalm and C',Lr u Tfl w
..., River and Whu, Spnia wwiur '--i-n "
Tampa's city council thinks the board and who SpwvemHy anumwsdr that wy Jl
of pubic works too expensive, and may osibrnbge t Paum ,, frm t n
abokih it .of Florida. incurpouraug ,LuwlWv aM tUw
other suchweb subscnbri A thewr mm-oo
a u succassr. as a body re.i wnder
,_ S P the laws of said State of Ftunda- ad for
PIL8. PILS! PILES! j the purpom therein t forth. ad the aid
Williams" indian Pile Ointm
SIndian Pile that they intend in xSfaith to eomtrt. main-
will cure blind. Bleeding and Itching tun and operate and will construct mamuntn
Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays I doperate the ne. or lires of' rafr~d & m%-;
tioned and set forth in aid prupood ArLcf '4f
itching SA onWe, acts as a poultice, Incortporathn"
gives instant teliet Williams' In- w L TEJDER.
dian Pile Ointment is prepared for C H. TEDDER.
SLIiH. L. BARCUS.
Piles and Itching of the private parts. I w. w ENNINGTON.
Sold by druggists, mail 5U0c and $l.Ou c. u. BLACKWELL
Williams MT'fg Co., Props.. Cleve- Sworn H. H. bRon.
,"dO. I bkcr tSworn id 4ub~ d before me ths Ma
, w Drugo.th.. HARIELJL.
I a [SEAL]
r"r A^^ I I I f% 1 ^ n 1- I^ ^ i-
Notice of lntention to Apply for Let-
NOTICE ia he irey i that the undersigned
IhaveM mr tad tim-k together for the pur-
p d boC ing icorporatd under the law of
MlaefW e Florida. ad wil. on the Ikb day of
Jam, \ appv to tbU Be,. Albert *. Gikchrit,
(ro d tStt d of Floda for the iMuaMc
of Lr Patent to th vm ad thr associates
aMd n mors a a body orpate under the law
d Ofltkat of orida.to be known as "The 8u-
vam River and Whit.o prings Railway CmM-
IpU sad under the follow in prupoMd article
W. L TEDI)DER,.
C. H. TEDDlu.
W. W. PE'NIN(;T(iN
C. D. BLACKWELl.,
H. H BROWN.
NAMK AND PLACS Of ISUIINES.
Se.tlo 1. The namofIaid corporation hall be
'THE SUWANNIE RIVLR AND WHITE
SPRINQS RAILWAY COMPANY," and its
ptnMlpal place of budilnes hall be in the
Cy of Live Oak. in th County of Suwannee
a bd t of Florida. But the corporation shall
hav th, pom to stablih other place" of
beial or brClahL. at any point, or points.
Withi tLM State of Florida, aa its Blard of
Dkbwn way deem advimble.
UBNIAL ATU'RE Or THK 5I'MINEN lo MUL
Notice (t Sale.
Notce is hereby given, that under and by vir-
tue of a final decree of foreckoure issuning wut of
and under the hand and seal of the court of the
Third Judicial Circuit of Suwannee county. Flm-
da. wherein S. J. FornyDuval was complainant
and Tempe Slate Mathis was defendant the un-
drsigned as Special Master will on the 5th day of
July 1900, during the legal hour of sale. at the
front door of the court house in Live Oak. Florida.
offer and sell to the highest and best bidder there-
for for cash the foIlowing described property. 'o
wit: A lot of land bounded tn north by he Har-
riett Lightfoot lot, on east by the Ben McCleron
Lot; an the south by MrL. H M. Harrell's lot arnd
on the wet by a street known a Hariltu ri treei,
being in the city of Ive ak. Iakn section .', u tr,.
shit 2 south. range 13 iast. IA, satisfy ay id lecrve
J. P LAMH.i ~~jial MMastler
H'MuHRVs & HARIEI.I.,
SWItclIri (o ('omllainrukt.
Notice of Application for Tax [)eed
Under Section h of Chapter 4sm, Laws
Notice in hereby g;ivn that A 1. Hrywon. liur-
chasr of Tax ('trtifinate No. 149. later the :>lh
day of June, A. I., 1~I,, ha nlflt iaxl certilticate in
my office and ham nsde application for Lax dped
to irsue in maconlance with law. Said crrtlncatc
embraces the following dilcrinld property., itu-
ate in Suwannee count). Florida, to,-wit W\
of action 11, tiotihip I3, south. range 12. :Uu
acresm. The id laril Iring amusued at the
dale of the ilhlaancl'" of 'iuch ct.itticfitr in the
name uf unknown l'nl.U n L)l cerrtifticar shall
be redeemdl according tA law. tax deted will I.UCe
ther,,on, .n the '.th da> of ul), A I. ),. 1
WitreM n- i.'iit l ingourrturt.i ax al thi, the
lIt ,luvay f Juir, A I A Isl'l:,
eutaa I. 'ITh gmsnatureo u the busruebs "' ` a -, -I I,, j .."
to h tminted by said mw rrtiun shall liW arid i a.
embisee the osasYuctkua. main ananiv anid uper
sales a l1, or oflames. d orallway fow the' r '0111"'1 Notice (if Appl ict .imi ii1(,r lu I a'el
invWP 1 OfasNNUrs and frelights ftrum a piot '~ Sa at II it1M
a a. n. M SW Iowuthof Itc i I h II i ui rl
bmt isthe CiMY ul Lit. Oak, iI, the('eutllr o I~tw a i v Oflf
sfwam ad state Viurkii. metml h theli itelo .
so 6 A aiMW ruiW eabl rioutis 11i,0#44h siNl N'.ai i o it Imi hi Iei, ,it I, iaislA I t if.
mid lUsp of No apro et to ho,91,aie0 1f 1i114" 1 .-( Is%1 4111.4161i I, s11,16 it 1.6,
Ito hunl14 o410 AaIos I( the. Sta I I A If sPf Iw 10 6" 1ol .& I
!~iru.SesuuaIrnla t1e luwh 1d Whlt. 104, 010 Ito 1 '4,14. Itt, mst itha tna. sll.4 aI l.i1
mth~a~f~mluaa IatheUtle f h.~~a file fe ltsq iit-4,41 I iii I ie o 146161vtIii' ill Ill*
sa-aeeJeialeealhsl, esuore ii# Iue. smil i' RIiMa ki sifi %Ie & ItMl116,00 otie. faIlvl ooe41- w* il
1ts5. GNAM 11VA 41 med uaerulk itillefallt I'.t ut.
&*VLA L W
u is the .. T.K
1-id certificate miril he nilimil
mewri2 to law, tax ded wfl -a
tim ano tbe 1th of J.ly, A. D.,
M19. Witness my offidalignaturemd
ml thi the 9th day of June, A.
D., 1909. J. W. BRYSON,
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County,
w of I
dw d Am
i4 mlit ldoi rlld'ri
d hmme.k WNW
-se Ut7MI60 wvi: Let 1 hI
F Hiretda' &Mim Li" U Ok-
metimc K2Ud t u ot, r IU
mt. Te aid Ihod be
esMed at th dte dof t mk-pMei d
mebh ctiea i theu m ofC. T.
McDimeL Umbm imleeticatshdoll
be rauemed aeumrd to kw, tu deed
will ime theM on the Ifth day of
July, A. D., 19.L
Witnm my odkl iiature and seal
this the 9th day of June, A. D..
1913. J. W. BkYSON.
Clerk Circuit Court Suwammee county,
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Sectioa 8 of Chapter 4888,
Laws of Forida
No" ish rm sivm that A. L Brymon. pur-
dcer of tu a ttitr No. 9, daed the Sth day
af Jui. t. UI b"M mi cmiat in my daOe,
m i -na o&mmribm for tux ded to im- in
aemeawthb lw. iud cstifiatue shnic
the falhuoM Men kr property itat im So-
ein- mamty. Flandb towit: Lot Block 0.
Set' AUtmU Lv ak. Oeti es township 2
uMth rwm .I t M The id land being u.
-- m ttW ted of thl -mma of mid certiC -
s m twhe mm of uoknmn. Unlem mid cer-
tdrtea El b redremrd m eaordin to law. tax
deM l wl there oB tthe 12th day of July,
A. D.. .
tb Y ,d J'Ju w. A. D.. 190.
J. W. BYvsoN.
C'ir eirreuit euut Suwuaet county. FloridL
Nutice of Application for Tax Deed
I'nder SRctiom 8 of Chapter 4888,
LAws of Florida.
NOTi-s a bnmr MthAt A L B- 1 y pawr-
hor tax eI a i w N IXa dam s td M fth
4d f Jm, A. D.. OIK beled aW m wrtidatr
*a o 40 aNW mb "m aig4"h mm fm tw de d
*9-~ aiumwd aw. bid m SW --
enha*m Ot in m* u Pmty.a we
h %a ._ --I .
Notiet of Applichtion for Tax Dud Un-
der Sectio 8 of Chapter 8& Laws
m V. a A L mI U a. kmebs of ndI. 1
SsI 1 umu I--- Ut. Th _
mIsd ,Gmmia tm"4 e, m,,. Notices i bereby giiv that A. L
-- u ,is of mwA B prca r of Tax Certificate
wt' Waedm. -d otn"- No. d174, d a t4th day of Jo A.
4doJub. A. D.. D.. 1D9. M lMedidd crtificat i my
Iwom a W md emOaOe d oa Whe oM. Mad M iaod appItiom for tax
d e Jam A. D.. Iu. J* V. ,m. ed to imew inaIil meW=W.
Clur cami cmsn. Swame may. rne. Sid cWrticate embrae theoHwimi
duc uowd tvuitmd inDu&Mw-
SNotic of Applcation for Tax Ded twi: e bN
Under 9L o 48. K me iVImP to-wit: LetWMN
i*r SfoieS O (brpr ^ 88u rnd Eba MY r. S by WUim, Why
LawsofFloridMSem Scri Bet, block 3 ivm Oak.
,4Ma4r k0 t, h I arb t A L Bra. pt- grtom 23, tabim 3 miv k
em,4 td 5 Ctna= .&Ab l2 m"h d ut A
da wd JulyA.XDia. 114 4 u, hm dW etfimseM 13 eAst Th1 la@ d eig as
m M., Adi. Od kM m &appheaan fmor a sMIned at the dte of the. e of
ueW t lmW a e rdmewdh d c b rtcate in the nae of Joe:
WAS. 4absm the folllow igps l
rt .,atdld a6 Sw.an. (,Al. PUIa Moore. Unka sid s Catit sd.U.
. 1. B sht 'c." D .'s Adatr Liv. be redeemed according to law, tax dd
tWaC -At D A t. ,Toh2ith. w 1 3m." ll isue thereon on the 12th day of
Trh Md a W .a amomm at hue w, o U th d"y ot
,aT.ad .-o f uwh mrti Acat a Miof n .July, A. D., 1909.
km-wn. ani d oud ute hall be rid.r.d Witness my officialsignature md eal
acnrii to law tax Jdd will mue there oaa this th 9th dry of Jue, A. ., 19M.
thie 'h ,a ,of July A D.. 100 V
wtnx-. n>o 'AcW sF mtur nd &Mo thu the J. W. BRYSON.
nh da. uf Ju A. D Iwv. Clerk Circuit Court Suwamnei county.
J. w BRYSON. Florida.
Ctrr 'inrruit Court Suwannee county. Florida
Notice of Applicatin for Tx ee Notice of Application for Tax Deed n-
INot .nder Section r of Chapter 4 tLaw '
Under .ection S of chapter 4, of Florida. pt
Laws of Florida.
Notce s Ahereby given that A. L Bryoni. pur- Notice is hereby ven that A I.
chaser f Tax Certificate No. dated the 5th Bryson, purchaser of Tax Cer cat
da' of June. A_ D. 1906. has filed Wd certificate No. 100 dated the 5th day of June A
in my o(ce and has made application for tax deed D ,. ," -- .. .
to issue in accordance with lw Said crtificat D 190. has filul said Certificate in ml
embraces the following described property. situ- office, and has made appl atin for tax
ate in Suwannee county. Florida to-wit: Lot 1. deed to issue in accordance w.ithk
Block D. Dillon's Addition Live Oak. section Said certi ate tbracne .the
township2 south. range 13 eut The said land Sai certificate tmbra the fodowling
being assessed at the date of the islance of such described property situated in Suw.A
certificate in the name of Unknown. nless said nee county, Florida, to-wit: ., f
certificate shall be redeemed according to law. f lot block R Slates dditi
tax deed will issue thereon on the 12th day of of lot 3, block R lat S addMl LVW
July. A D. Iiy0. Oak, Sec 23, T 2 South. R 13 Eat
Witne my fficila sinriature and seal this 9th The said land being anemw,
day of June. A. D. ... I
J. w BRYson. at the date of the issuance of such rer
C!frk circuit court. Suwannee county. Florida I tificate in the name of Unknown. Ut
less said certificate shall be redeweme
Notice f Application for Tax Deed according to Law, tax deed u-ill m t..
Lnder Sction of chapterr 8, thereon on the 12th day of Jul% k
Laws of Florida. D., 1909.
Notice Is hereby'xiern 'hat. A. L. Bryson. pur- Witness my official signature. Arul
chrawr ,f Tax (Ce.rtificate Na.. 1 3. dated the 2rI sl t.h td
lday of Jlily, A. I. I 'iu6, has filed aidl certificate seal Lhis the Ynth day o June. A 1'
in my ifice. andl hA rnmel application for taxf 1909. J. W. BRYSI. N
dJ' l to, Isue in accordance with law. S x eer- Clerk Circuit Court Suw.an.u_ ct ..,-
tificatr enhracis' the following described prCp- I ir. u ou
erty ittuatetl in .Suwanrite county. Florida., U rida.
it 1, t N. bv Ty.lor K. by Parshlcy, Block 50, .--
I..ivt a11. J Sc'. 21. T. 2 S,outh. RAnle 13 .it Notice of Application ior Tax LI ,'
The a1.I landl ,,ln saud at the date of the der Section p of Chaptesr 4x 1.r..
Ishuit -,if 'iuch crrtificat in lthe nuame ,f un. of Florida.
kr,.wn. Ur.less oaid certificate shall fI% redeemed
acornlicg t I%, tax deed wlissue thereon on Notice is hereby given that
th. 12th (fay (ifJuly. A. I i T
Willitesr nq "tfI nu I siiaureI and seal thisrthe Bryson, purchaser of Tax 'Certrat.
4th dalr if Junt, A. I'. I.J. R No. 157, dated the nd tday ofi J.,i
J. W BHRYS IN, -? ')<1 wed ule -"^ <> :9 J- ^
('l,.rk Circu Court Suwann e county, Floritla. I r19) has filed ai ceiti-cath- .
-office, and has made, appicrathin f.r f-
Notice of Application tor Tax Deed, deed to isue :n accordance ;t as,
Under Section M of Chapter 48M. Said certificate embraces e ? a..I, ,
l.awt of Flori.da. descri bed property uuated In ra
No'tic Is herth) gihvn that A I. Hrp., pto r- i 'e countIv. Fionda. tol itl I
,hat r i.f Ta (' rtiticate Ku. 1 ,. (latd the 2nd and 6, bloc' W Slate's additas* U
Iay 'ifJure, A II.. IW2. has tied said cerrtificate I (ak. Sec. Z1 T 2 South R t .1 i
Iro n ,y .. Ai, i ha nci. tac pli *l..' fII Ir "tx The d land bi-t 1- -at m
d...l to ibsui ina. andanrnr wn law Smta l Mi'r
Itll rei-,bih.c-. Ihe ful,l sll ii a.rtimd ,rup- the date of the aeUarwc of vwib tr
fii. ) i>,l,, l I,,,*,h ,l uU ity, 0 r'* trril. to j r tt in ,r t R,*, f 4...lik
Ilh ot; ,,1 ,,yI Ii,; alit i 4 uit h rerlin
~..1. .r w v.art*,. I tilt.. a e^ i ttne.ah Ihrrwen n tv,. : *' .
Il ,,s .. 4 JI A II, ,h ,s f l ., J i, tiu I' a ..
14 01011,4411,%4N A Is ;^ I h .f A l.
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NoiI Ii4V ,r ?orIA
cN d inb
lot de of Z A.
cbm cw of
feW, ~ rn I
nowk 'ed t
-I .e 'r S -
I *- .- -
,* 4, '*,.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- s3 of
der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws M .w H
of Florida. tsfno M
Notice is hereby given that A. L ", k
Bryson, purchaser of Tax Certificate Wimr
No. 92, dated the 5th day of June A. istAd er4 =
A., 1906, has filed said certificate in my Chk an&*
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law. Notice do
Said certificate embraces the following dor Soe- |
described property situated in Suwannee of Fikr.
county, Florida, to-wit: Lot 39 block Ntas,
B. Dillions addition, Live Oak, See. 23, chesoffS?
Townsip 2 South, Range 13 East. The dy oji A
said land being assessed at the date of d "t WM
the issuance of such certificate in, the t iarm
name of Unknown. Unless said certi- "rt dtL
ficate shall be redeemed accerdg to ~n tJ8S
law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
12th day of July A. D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and im,! b.,B
seal this the 9th day of Jmae A. D., 0dafJ*.A
190s. J. W. BRYSON,
Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee county, 1
Florid a. Cbmr O N
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ON aw swb "s
so04 a 1* ww "
We Give Away
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m i I
94 IdPubs ,.w 6 P AM 0 006M%
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H j trim cirta t Cr t 'mI!Iaierp c.rt
I'' m y V i :.i l p tn Ai? r b n 1gtJ
I ~' ~ '~~&fl VPnIng brklge
r I J A Kalan. t",,u .r -.vJ bndire
a' r tr Ncr atl H & W 8 Drew Cu.. cat buut for tax co-
A i*A;ny mran ;s a j< nig n ;( own
r",ht. an -mnheaithy man ..- an unhappy
3-.c4. fdoeci Blood B.ttrs buiidAs
."' p 'utd health pi, y,. well. 1
S' F',r not conforming to the require-
mer:Tts of the pure food laws. L:)0.ksacks
of oats have been confiscated in Tampa
I vby order of Judge Locke. Instead of
Ieing clipped white oats, as marked.
the contents of the sacks were a mix-
- ., ture of oats, rye. barley and other
'grain, and were also several pounds
, n short in weight.
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W HE. N Y,' ) 11
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban-
ich sick headache, prevent despondency
and invigorate the whole system. Sold
by Barclay & Groover, Druggists.
406O4 gf 4 *4 ..,
JI b)/I( *' *I
PO*& w*- '*1
4w IAUll k .'.'a** 1 M
a lop rd %& sow.
no m b w ift
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b *v a* -I,.
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LIVE OAK, FLA., Jan. 6, 1909.
PROF. K. M. CLAYTON, City.
DEAR SIR : After seven months of study on Pitman system
of shorthand without gaining sufficient knowledge to do satis-
-- .-- T ir I I V .
lAB R'u IdH~ NUS~r O~sl *I
" .. Revenue
4 ,# *,,jw! A 1 PAH i,% this Hank on deposit until further
,*,4* Th a4wb it, warrants Imuued in June inst. and
th ,, rtflmt r immd With RPeurces of over
km Hundred Thousand Dollars
rt ft f ,u t W,0 1, stbr \%lur MamIunt in a way satisfactory to you,
ImWA, t0 he,. 1s ,#- r,4l wrnt .* cnmfw per onally with the
h#- i *i t 1 t a wInm. m%%nu wor (Ikpept money
LIVE OAK. FLORVIA
* C 010 ^ l$ I*, *0t 0%. 0,a d
OP 60 N, isa 1 a w
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