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: July 16, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00568
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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WET ~W@1 DO NOT NARRI. IWO IT NoW.FORTY. HoRiFS SKILLED OEM3~ tO LEAVE I
b Ab eAtbesm Says the -%harp. LiUe ak- Popl o'brud Nit Wait At the 4~Ibb Llrrr St~ibke li Ce L Wm Were lad b Iiv b
omi lIets" of Modern Girls I'otil It I Too ate'. State Veterinarv. 01bu A
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The appalling death-rate from kidney Owners of horses in Ocalaaregreatly
mig entirely out of the question disease is due in most cases to the fact worried lest they may lose their ami-
,i |hbiantnl improvements demanded that the little kidney troubles are usu- i mals.
I ub mragists, and those ill-bld- ally neglected until they become ser- The state veterinary surgeon, sum
Sw..lile rm of their old age called ious. The slight symptoms give place moned to Ocala account of the preval-
: l there are certain more in- to chrmoic disorders and the sufferer ence of glanders among horses, had
W Ldmvantages pertaining to the goes gradually into the grasp of dia- forty-seven horses killed at the Cobb
Srisl status of woman, which betes, dripsy. Bright's disease, gravel livery stable. Thirty-five of them
7 dininy or otherwise, influence or some -'her serious form of kidney horses were owned by Mr. Cobb, the
i aowdn of girls that deliberately complain. others being boarders at his stable
W Wsa the independent life before If you suffer from backache, head- Other stables will be thoroughly in-
f ilaD have a chance to marry, de- aches, dizzy spells: if the kidney .ecre- spected and it is supposed there will
' i W1 et or bore them. It is pos- tions are irregular of passage and un- be many other horses killed.
. *bbl the woman never lived who natural in appearance, do not delay.; One of the animals killed at the
W i without the instinct for ro- Help the kidneys at once. Cobb stable was a very valuable hone,
P' n e, and its less romantic se- Doan's Kidney Pills are especial: r for which Mr. Cobb had refused 600.
:. u-inage and maternity, says kidney dLsorders they cure where The state, it i. understood, makes a
: friJ Atberton in the Delineator others faiL Over one hundred thou=- partial restcratio.
r:,.t i. Being the only hope of the and people have recommended them.
A fueima d learmnsto manufacture Here is one of many cases in thiS Idemttif the I Ladyv.
I0a Frukmnsteins, every sort of vicinity: The vwong minister temporarily offi-
An,1 young, is as prone to the Mrs T. H. Martin. Duval St.. Lake coating at Hankim' Falls for the suam
W'e:il astoth e tot bmirobusaic- City, Fla.. says: AI was subject to mermet Ehud Ltffingwell as he w"
-m,,rd hood; but the sharpened backachesand other symptoms of kvi- wa ;lL tou church on Smdhv morning.
a "(d the modern female teach nev trouble for some time. I had ."How do. Mister Lefinwell" Ibel
Btu L e not only that indulgence severe headaches and often was very cried. ch'erfull. i ng to church this
Ihlritve bessings is often pro- nervous. I at length aw iDoan's Kid- ,.- cafu, nmn
i ra tame happinmess at best. ney w ll adi\ertlit and. procunng a .Ha'. Ehud h pty
Sit a a ere chance if he does box. I began their u'e I am pLa to ai h, rr.i "Havy".
| nmbr m l years of her actve Pay that thi- rm",lm, act) i just as rt.- .. ',, ,,'mni t- chu rhN"
v lt l f orqqoe man t., exent rswnt.d. c!\It me ,nmlpt r,.hf I r,.ar,,li :h ,ne .,r
b m ho wrhut t, w,, and pi.- k"n-idr lun k ,n n,.v *" h *Loa'
i may truam;J, tsn tim rrn,., ri -rmmc nd them t I. ,' m Iusnh t'a ho I'
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,NN.with b.jle 9W. th. fain 1' r. M i o,,n t ,hurrh." the mmi,-
grs. Olmt ru ,.,th,.r .tt, \ N'" r% ikn'- :! .r t!h. n.r,..i wh.uI ,rimally. "and after
l ahle ulw 'h-nin- ,*r ,nu a .'t#'- ;r,'achnc 1I;1 tel! the con(rptiMa.
H eIU, sm like' as ,.t t.' m,, Km.dmhn,.r th.. :'i:, !,fanl .-i. ani the,.'li he ip you. You'll get your
Slt ew of ha;>1,:ne, t-aue t., n,, ,tr h ;t mch .p'cker."
I'uiiM w pli no t give her th,' "- "B'jcks' I'll o ve." said Ehud
Wtomreal herwTlf to the kind Kill By Ali;at.,r. heartilN. and ht fell into step with the
Sl'en.sao,la. Fa.. Jul'. Wih t:he y,ung minister. At the church door he


L MUS not pur ue a man a., a man
| llla woman when he w nt- her.
Snot the supreme attractions
S a mn a woman woman's feet
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bhnes strlppedi bx aillbat ,r the 1,!v
of Herman Wilcox of ('hicavo was
find in G,(tl Time lake. two miles
from Camp Walton. a summer resort,
where for the past two month Wilcox
had been residing with his mother. Not
knowing that the lake contained hun-


was (overcome by modesty and, declar-
inz that he didn't have his Sunday-go-
to-meetin' clothes on, insisted upon sit-
ting in one of the most distant pews.
He didn't hear the sermon at all, but
he could tell when it was over by see-
ing the young minister fold UD his man-


t love-factor is practically elim- dreds of alligators, Wilcox went in for script and put it away. This done,
She can also enjoy much the a swim. He had been missing for four the young man began to make an-
Iplwieges as men, until, perhaps da\s. nouncements. Ehud raised his right
Ibows?--one day she may meet, hand in a great leathery scoop behind
bIlrer, fuller life a congenial. WA i i e 'anitller. his ear, but still he heard nothing.
S ed creature who wants some- While out in the six mile cypress last "My dear friends," said the minis-
pi than a reproduction of his Sunday, Sam Carson came upon a pan- ter. "it affords me great pleasure to
e. their that was a monster. It did not tell you that on Tuesday evening next,
ai take him long to dispatch the animal at the hour of 6 o'clock, there will be
mt for separation and alimony which maured Si feet. ,Sam and celebrated at the home of the bride's


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J~r~fitaid-li Bnwof theae dayB,
* fai tW0 iamb wffl elevate a birt-
NhrhWgir a the fm to piece
,Aibm dm tm1001110 anat aocw,
''f wweBad aa~e-danrhb ted kkicb it
Sl nPwe wldat e to bet in te
-Mdibb *ieikity.-Taipi Trib e


t Wat wbthe EvUglbd a reported
beW tdanithasbee for year, and
In Im plew ai tbe th ge districts
|. WIe the "drmes" have been at
Svk for year water is said to be
ir 6 to 10feetdeep ad till rising.
After a lMg continued drought, the
Sdhngemhemne okedalrht, but one
s d ol M-fabimed rainy maon makes
Sthe whoe Mseb ook impatkac ble.

State S ritenden t Holway ha
^ pat the -iqirlutemiett and school

Sb#oa tl thot th atia o uracti-
easya srcheolrefprts, blanks, certi-
SfI, ad oerid pet n* tbe fur.
1 by the board at their owa ex-
o- a9 i 6 R mnothepartofr.
SDiBar i md nearly cm acount
& ut t of Mthe LilatoMmre to
a mt approriatiom for the


EVO-ms
JIt


The recent rams have filled the lakes
ad ponds ia and about this city, and
if something is not done soon, mos-
quitoes will be very plentiful. It has
bee suggested, and the suggestion is
a good and timely one, that the city
buy several barrels of kerosene and
have a few gallons used on "Lake
Ridley" and on all the standing water
in and about the city. Now is the time
to fight the moaquite, and the health
officer or whoever is in authority,
should have this done at once. The
cot would be trifling.

Suwanne county possesses that
which is necessary to make it the most
proaperoos section of this grand state.
All that is needed is for the thousands
of acres of wild lands to be converted
into fields of corn, cotton, vegetables,
etc. There is no better horticultural,
agr[cultIal or live stock section in the
whole south, and the climatic condi-
tions, scenic attractions, mineral springs
and resorts, hunting and fishing are un-
surpassed. Improved farms can be
bought here now at a very reasonable
price, and good productive wild lands
ca be had from $2 to $10 per acre.
In a very few years this whole county


will be settled up-nearly
of land in the county can


every acre
be cultivat-


ed-and there will never be another
opportunity to buy lands for so little
money. If you ever expect or intend
to buy land in Suwannee county, now
is the time.

FARMERS UNION CONVENTION.
The Democrat, on behalf of the citi-
zens of Live Oak and Suwannee county,
extend to the members of the Farmers
Union State Conivention, now in session
in this city, a hearty welcome. We
are glad to have them with us and
hope they will enjoy their stay, and
that the deliberations of this conven-
tion may prove of benefit to the mem-
bers of the Union and to all the tillers
of the soiL
The Farmnners' Union is in fact and in
truth a farmers organization, and the


Mr. CW. Nme, who lost his for-
ta in theb bqmiw of the 1907paic,
e Sge to work to rebuild his fortune.
ib wu cMretod, at to prison bat
thimh tbe deort of his wife was re-
Ila armm estody on a $125,000 bond.
What better than a good woman,
who howw her loyalty and love for her
blbaud i time of disaster? Mrs.
Moe sacrificed her jewels and home
to pay herhsbhad's debt. -Ocala Ban-


The price of cotton advanced when
the govenrmeat report was made pub-
e a few dY ago, and sinpe that time
the ataer aoditions have been very
umarable and the indications are
that the crop will be ort in many sec-
timaf the cotton belt. Thecropin
t an*ty a b en damaged to some
edtbt by the recent heavy rains, but
Mt1ithatad01 g that fact, Suwannee
-0 4 wril tfis year produce the largest
RUa hinAd cotto eropin the history of
the com~d adrimces will be good, too.

All the lewed womma who have been
pIartwed at Gainesville have been
ado 't "kip ot" from there. Law-
t em rowdyism and frequent firing
efd 9u md pistols, and numerous
Warpe that were never reported to
pobe are giver as some of the reasons
for maLag them leave. We have some
resorts near this city that.must be
nade to "close up hop" or some day
Uve Oak ad Suwannee county will
ofer for allowing bawdy houses to rup
Iher in defiance of the laws of God and
Xa.


but the man who buys a "gold brick"
acts as a lighthouse to warn people to
keep away. We believe there is no
state in the Union where there are as
nany good bargains as can be found in
Florida, but there are "gold bricks"
lere, and those who have them wish to
sell them. It is good business as well
as good conscience not to overpaint our
advantages, and to warn prospective
settlers that while the best can be
found in Florida, good business sense
s needed here as elsewhere in making
elections. -Times-Union.

DIXIE.
Several days ago the editor of The
Cincinnati Times-Star received from a
eader the following significant request:
"Will you please state why 'Dixie,'
when played by a band, always gets
lore ao lause than anvthinp else "-


Vauimm sei of lorida are mak-
ing efforts to secure ettler and re
meeting with moes.L This state is
now gaming more rapidly than ever be-
fore from immigration; but the present
gain will seem insigifleaot in compari-
son with the growth of the near future
if the immigrants who are coming now
meet with the success they hope for.
No advertisement of Florida is as effica-
cious as a letter from a delighted set-
tler to his old home. Nothing can in-
jure the state as much as the letter of
a settler who has been disappointed.
Hon. Frank Clark has sent the Times-
Union a letter from a citizen of Okla-
homa who writes that there are a num-
ber of families in his locality who are
thinking of settling on some of the
drained lands of the Everglades. The
letter is written to Mr. Clark with a
request for a statement of the real con-
ditions that prevail there. In reply to
the letter Mr. Clark writes, in part, as
follows:
I know very little, of my own per-
sonal knowledge, with reference to the
Everglades. I expect to go through a
portion of the Everglades next Novem-
ber and then will, of course, be in a
better position to speak intelligently
than I am now. I will say this to you,
however, if you are contemplating buy-
ing lands in the Everglades with the
intention of building a home there, I
would advise you to make a thorough
personal investigation before doing so.
If you have quite a nuwnber of families
who contemplates taking this step, it
occurs to me it would be the part of
wisdom to send one of your number to
the Everglades so that he might make
thorough investigation. I want to say
toyou in this connection, as a citizen of
Florida, for the twenty-six years, that
I am thoroughly convinced that a poor
man can do better here farming than
he can in any other state in the Union.
He can make a living in this state and
acquire a competency with less effort
and in less time than he can anywhere
else. While this is true, and while our
lands are extremely productive, yet we
have thousands of acres that are not fit
for cultivation. The state has been
very much injured by certain unscrupu-
lous dealers in land misrepresenting
conditions and locating settlers at un-
suitable places.
In concluding his letter Mr. Clark ex-
presses the hope that the party will
make such an investigation as will in-
duce them to make their homes in this
state.
Mr. Clark shows an intelligent regard
for the interests of the state when he
advises prospective settlers to look be-
fore buying. They could safely come
to Florida with the certainty of finding
abundance of land offering ideal condi-
tions for settlement. No man, how-
ever, should pay out his money and get
his deeds without seeing what he is '
paying for or getting information about
it from some one with whom he is per-
sonally acquainted.
A settler who comes after taking '
these precautions is sure to be pleased
if he is at all reasonable. He becomes
an immigration agent for Florida, for
his satisfaction draws many of his
friends and acquaintances to the state,


and #"c9%*bW H d,

clarity, altho doobltea it ha
with it.
The enthusiasm for "Dixie" pl' d-
bly has in it something of a tr~t,
half unconscious, but still a tribute, to
the gallant losing fight of the South
during the Civil war. Fact or fiction,
moreover, has given the South an air
of romance that appeals to the man in
the street. One of our friends was
mean enough, when the popularity of
"Dixie" was under discussion a few
days ago. to suggest that a Northern
belief in the "aristocracy" of the South
has something to do with the popularity
of "Dixie." When the tune is played,
according to the pessimist, some people
in the average Northern audience al-
ways applaud in the hope that the peo-
ple next to them will be struck by the
idea that in their veins run the best
blood of Virginia or the Carolinas.
Perhaps again the popularity of
"Dixie" in the North is in part a trib-
ute from the vanishing Anglo-Saxon of
the Northern states to the still domin-
ant Anglo-Saxon of the South. There
is no purer Anglo-Saxon people in the
world today than the whites in the
Southern states of the Union. Lee's
army of Northern, Virginia was more
purely Anglo-Saxon than the army
which Marlboro commanded at Blen-
heim; than Wellington's "thin red
line" at Waterloo, or than the troops
which followed Roberts and Kitchener
in South Africa. In the North and
East the Anglo-Saxon is being swal-
lowed up in the'rush of newcomers
from the Old World. He has objected
mildly, if at all, to the process-but


Eab-ismAr-M TIr atm of thel iMd bdrir tferth bii
M 1TO.I pobte oslot"
TheshooI wriaestbahsed by the Metiedlt ch. adt to make money. bt th1sfsb
a place where girb can beginsa through trains in body. mind. and heart at a -Md1M
cot. The objecthas been .of ly afrid eat that's a
RESULT: Itb t-d y.withittS altyofB2. itsbrdinD patroage oi3 a ~blL
RESULT-@ buiD and grOAdndarorth (14CLOO
THE LEADING TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN VIRWCIA
S15 a an ea ifor the "r.f iiee iB. thr tale barm room IMtr
ecpt miue and eocutio. Apply for eataloew and arlkatir Lm
REV. JAME CAMMON, JL.. A.ryApL AL.h.m o olV






Hornier Military School


1851-1909


J. C. HORNER. Principal. Oxford. N. C.
LASSICAL, Scientific and English courses. Prepares for college.
university or the government academies. Military training develop
prompt obedience and manly carriage. Academy fifty-eight years ol
with experienced teachers. Cadets dine with the principal and ladies of
his family, securing the culture of home life. Cultivates and educates.
Modern buildings, perfect sanitation, wholesome fare, no crowding.
Best moral, mental, physical and social training. Shady lawn, athletic
park, one-quarttr mile running track, 3t&m acres. Ideal climate, helpful
environment. In the social atmosphere of refined Christian people-
The town nuted for over a century as an educational center.





John B. Stetson University
LINCOLN HULLEY, PL. D., Litin D, L D., President
THE BEST SCHOOL IS NONE FOR YOUR CHILDREN
SEND THEM TO STETSON:
49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
17 University Buildings College of Law
28 Acre Campus College of Technology
581 Students Last Year College of Business
MS25M A Efvldmv*. D. a n1.


1


the North. "Di i"
epir. battler. It
ma ve, bt m '
the music of t h
ner" or "Ameria" jt.N
part of its popularity
comes from caus e to vw U
in the Union can make
tion. -Atlanta Georgian.

The report that glander
raging among horses in
of Marion county isnodoabt
fore it would be well for the
horse dealers and livery sta*hl
take all possible precaution to
the spread of the disease fr"
section of the State. Hormn
part of the State should not be
in barns or stalls or allowed to
upon your premises. The disM,
be prevented from spreading t
county if a little good judgment
used. A few days ago a numbi
valuable horses were killed ia
order of State board of healtL, M
only a few months ago a large u l
had to be killed in Jackomvni d
were afflicted with glanders. It is
safe to buy or trade for hor- um
sections of the State where tr
ease is known to exist. "An o
prevention is worth a pound of e(a1

J. Hungerford Smith's Standa |
tracts and Fruit Colors in full 12
bottles, 25c. Suwannee Drug C. .


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mnd Logal

mrmidt Gum. Suwan-


Mbsuon was in
|l -a business.


Mayo


ilo and cigars at S. P.

Y afford to miss
SSale. Cometo-
'Psa Shoe Store
B am, of Valdosta, is the
>ist of Mrs. Sam Gornto.
bI box paper and tablets.
*ft Co.
l Hardee, of Madison, is in
^f week visiting Miss Five

,~^ "666" will cure any
j nd Fever. Price 25c.
icpdals for everybody
sales next Mon-
Ekh the windows at
& Emporium.


t-id W. C. Gamble,
l vi tos in the city


of Lura-
Wednes-


jM free-a handsome piece
yitJ. B. Evans'.
A' s;m tein left Tuesday for
, Ga., where he will spend
- liltingg his daughter.
Iiii away solid gold and
iBjaw by. J. B. Evans.
^Oiwfg, of Dowling Park, one
l Mbown and most successful
hUts in Florida, was among
4pbin the city Tuesday.
-ciialsw for everybody
tm big sales next Mon-
.Vl~tch the windows at
E&s Emporium.
WiUmn J. C. Cox,'of Hatties-
a re spending s few weeks
19. the guests of E. F. Gam-
ph.iy and other relatives and

B a handsome piece of
l iad gold plated jew-
Si. B. Evans'.
1A. HReath, of Branford, was
si prominent visitors here
He reports that a very
fell at Branford Tuesday


Hblpq flies of horses or cattle.
M at all drug stores. 8-13
- -
of bad weather
sales at Harvard's
and Ladies Em-
vffl continue until
,July 21st.
went down to Citra this
after the extensive tur-
teaber interests owned in
of Marion county by the
I eLeod Company.


Why go c

toha,


M 311 fm13gum Fruit jarscheap atMa 3 L
SA lne pipes. Sowiee DnC&
Iut of town B. M. Curi of Wilmarth, is aew
subscriber to the Deocrt.
Ve Wour w. Floyd ha retemWd home aft
a month's visit with relatives at Green-
vile, S. C.


EYES


TREATED?


We can correct your de-
fects in a thoroughly scien-
tific way and by an expert


Optician,


Spend your


money in your own town
and help its prosperity.


OPTICIAN AT


J. D. Radford's


LIVE OAK, FLA.


Free Jewelry at J. B. Evans.'
Fresh line National Biscuit Company
crackers at S. P. Mays.
Yes, we have been having a regular
old-fashioned rainy season.
Miss Janie McGehee left Monday for
a visit with relatives and friends at
Woodstock.


$1.50
at 9&.


W. H. Lyle has leased the .. C. Bais-
den dwelling, recently vacated by Mr.
Harvard, and moved his family thereto
Tuesday.
W. A. McCook was in from the
Shady Grove section of the county
Tuesday and honored the Democrat
with a pleasant visit.


Mrs. T. J. Carroll and her
Master Regnald Helvenston,
last Friday from a delightful
Atlanta.


nephew,
returned
visit in


Mrs. Ira J. Carter and children ex-
pect to leave about July 20th for Meri-
dian, Miss., where they will be the
guests of relatives and friends for sev-
eral weeks.
$1.00 Children's Shoes, all
kinds, 65c a pair during sale
at Harvard's Shoe Store.


There is a fine body of men, delegates
and members of the Parmers' Educa-
tional and Co-operative Union in our
city now, in attendance upon the State
convention of that great farmers' or-
ganization.


W-A first-class white barber. Thomas Dowling, of Live Oak, lum-
yanmd steady employment, berman and financier, is among the
dir iop, Live Oak, Fla. visitors in the city today. Mr. Dowl-
S{Ilanan & Son shoes ing is one of the heavyy stockholders in
I"&uif sale at Hatr the Tampa-Havana Lumber company,
and is one of the best known men in
SBO Store the state. -Tampa Tribune, July lo.
lhard, of the Live Oak Attend our actual cost shoe
teSi ed by his wife and Attendouractualcost shoe
Moday for Atlanta, where! sale now going on at Har-
, tIe guests of Mrs. Pich-i vard's Shoe Store.
`l Mir. Douglas, for a few G. V. Fletcher, one of this count) s
' [good citizens, was in to see us Tuesday
white-spotted Great and left the cash to renew his subscrip-
It my name, J. B. Bar- tion to the Democrat. Mr. Fletcher
Reward for return to J.
0U % Oak, Fla. savs the rains have damaged cotton to
na some extent in his section of the
I White Canvas county, and the crop will not be so
$1.39 during sale. good as was thought a few weeks ago.
's Shoe Store. You can for a limited perioxl purchase
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irom us rhe meeuiciie you neeu unoer
positive written guarantee ,o refund
purhase price if you are not entirely
satisfied with the benefits received.
Suwannee Dru Co.


SBrown has purchased the
f Nidence in Tampa, one,
Mlet and most modem
Icity, and will move his
^ about September 1st.


On account of the bad


The Masonic building has been nder-
going repairs and is to receive a coat
or two of good paint which will make
it a very respectable building.
Follow the crowd to our
actual cost sak.
Harvard's Shoe Store.
Mrs. A. C. Johnson, of Pine Grove,
has as her guests Mrs. J. J. Evans and
daughter, of Tampa, and Miss Vivian
Evans, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Roof and little
daughter, Joe S., went up to Jasper
Saturday and were the guests of Mrs.
Roof's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Register.
C. N. Hildreth, Jr., is having an ad-
dition built to his residence which will
add considerable to -the appearance and
convenience of this very pretty home.
Geo. E. Porter, Jr., is having a neat
and convenient 5-room cottage erected
at Suwannee Springs, where his family
will spend the greater part of the sum-
mer.
Dave Henry, wife and child, and
Mrs. McAlpin have returned home
after a month's visit in rennessee, the
guests of Mr. Henry's parents. They
report having hed a grand time.
All Shoes at actual cost un-
til next Wednesday night at
Harvard's Shoe Store,


Clyde Byrd, of Live Oak, is the guest
of William Fellers, Jr. Mr. Fellers
and Mr. Byrd are fellow-students at
the Georgia School of Technology, a
Atlanta. -Jacksonville Metropolis, Jul)
9th.
W. L. Edwards, of the Edward:
Realty Co., left Monday for a month',
vacation. He goes first for a visi
with his parents at his old home i]
South Carolina, after which he will visi
some of the summer resorts in Soutl
and North Carolina.
On account of bad weather
the two big sales at Harvard',
Shoe Store and Ladies Em
porium will continue until
Wednesday, July 21st.


Dr. Armstrong, the well-known Jack-
sonville eye and nerve specialist, made
his professional visit to Live Oak as
per appointment. The doctor is meet-
ing with splendid success and has per-
fected many wonderful cures in eye
and nervous troubles. His next visit
will be Sept. 9th.
Ernest Amos, State Auditor, finished
up the work Wednesday morning of
auditing the books and accounts of Su-
wannee county officials and left for
Key West. The report of his work
here will be given out later for publica-
tion, but; we venture the assertion that
he found all the books in proper shape
and all State and county money ac-
counted for.
We give a pair of Baby
Shoes free to every customer
purchasing $5.00 or more dur-
ing sale. Harvard's Shoe
Store.
J. Perry Hoodge, fur several years a
resident of Jasper, but now a prosper-
ous Suwvannee county farmer, was in
the city Saturday and ordered the Dem-
ocrat sent to his address. He wants
to keep posted oin the news of the
count'.


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Jelly Glas-ses with tin tops,
extra smooth, can be used
for drinking glass. Special
price, 21 cents per dozen.
The Hair Hardware Co.


The executive committee of th4
Farmers Educational and Co-operativ4
Union held a meeting in this city Tues
,lir f,.r thna pnurnroe of arAnonnog al


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arl Barden spent Sunday at Lake

rs. L W. Helton and batim me
aed to their home at Live Oaklat
day.-Jasper News.
. L Peeples made a busilwtrip
,ive Oak Tuesday, purchasing a new
ry..-Oak Ridge Cor. in Jasper Ba
of Liberty.
$125 Children's Ankle Strap
mps at 73c during sale
. Harvard's Shoe Store.


V. R. McGregor was up from Santa
the first of the week to visit hi
dly and look after business interests
I. H. White, of Swawnee count,
I in town Wednesday making hands
h friends and attending the ale of
Hamilton Trading Company.-Ju-
News.


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Sum
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bugl
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to attend our big
All Shoes at ac-
until Wednesday,
Harvard's Shoe


Capt. W. J. HiUman, banker and pro-
essive citizens of Live Oak, was in
City yesterday, looking over his
:ksonville interests. He was agSeet
the Park.-Times-Union, July 12.

Extra specials for Monday
the bigsale: 10 yards 10c
eachin for 59 cents; 4 gauze
-sts, worth 10 each at 25c.
c other extra special in the
windows. The Ladies Em-
r'tum.


aitbasA.fi


is. 1L
Namby fuiiia YI~im~


. 1 .4


filnbd dIm, PMYe lo'
fc.2 T e i benin C d m i
iss Rbby Wamsi cit, hm -
tred ther giood iwwu C M. *
"Southen."
The hEtMt wah bii ta aju
ahkMem( ith1 ,iT~& m &B
- hostmes Teairt ay o

$200 =adShosadOx-

ingsale.
Hw* a A S &r.
Harva0's Shoe Store,
R. R. Gileyof Hgksth, has a.
tered the Sothemn Bishmm Cogek
for a course in bankthin d pewrit-
ing.
J. W. Barnes, arperomfam erw of
this county was i the city Noy..
He reports crop good in bi sc tiof
the county.

$4A ) Men's Shor It $23
dring sale at Harvad's Shoe
Store.
Editor Wfison, of the Calhoun De.o.
erat, is in the city a delgato tothe
Famers' Uam State Coavmatia
The Democrat aekowledgfs a peansnt
,vit from this wenl known ad poplar
newspaper man.


FURNITURE


THE NEWLY
MARRIED

Couple will find this establish-
ment a veritable gold mine in
FURNITURE BARGAINS.
We are superbly stocked to
meet the most exacting de-
mands of the couple who are
just beginning housekeeping-
and are naming remarkably
low prices.
YOUR INSPECTION SOLICITED


FITTING OUT NEW HOMES


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LIVE VA1~ Lr1*J
L .1V ~ rL..1

DESIG-NATZIC-1
STATE, COUNTY AND CITIY DRp

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Ladies' Ankle Pumps
Harvard's Shoe Store.


One of the
to lewn is 3 m
youA"a AO&W
Depawrtzm=4i~'i;~;~
dodar spent ~ia
saved is just I ......
pull you up to abmm. ol
4 percent. intwomco m


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P; WM. we =MU
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ft~t! Umt a ardabd

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Beoftm have
ikW 4^a themedim
fl oni < yardtheBfie
;2. I-sa ia^were ad-
r~i.thtdtl &a hasof i

f-iVMi- jm=4 area but in-
stbgtegal rie which has
plh. blebiatmn are now
lof nbdof the advance
rt iy markets. tGood
i -J -dwo me mo h to stimi u-
hoa in k goeral buying, while

Sy hve be. advanced
t i'md and therc
1 ft IMP 1m).ry. Trading
HftleodMwbatbytheun-
*(k.,w teup ahorny
Ih mm talbt moutha t mtil
i-a inr about future cotton


*,: .a:? b --a ---. --

A- Ua W no-ll seted your Kidneys?
*. "-ra m Outr ed yoar nervous
M Ui ow trdere with your
i:L DbWm? t I" you pain
S' E l bo'k. bagL. roaia ad blad-
firPT a*vyoi a faby appearance
i$ loT I Ieftte, U m the eyes?
n fPeat a dor* to pass urine?
v 1 WtWuiV Klimud PUIs will
e I ) -t Iagdst, Iprice 50c.
i WXl- liWTg Co.. Propi, Cleve-
b iMO. iammnra Dnp Co.

.. T. i Jrl, ono d the state in-
S pwioft a i Wotl as wwiusly in-
j d I St ols aM ma Bluff,
SUlte*teh aa tkea. by being at-
twed Iq Aiti r HEl Wd beaten over
Sthebd with ballet of wood. Young
ULbw a sr takm to Oala for treat-


-In
|U nPa PIL! S! PILES!
WUtlaM' Indhn Pile Ointment
Wifll euu blind, Bleeding and Itching
.. Pire. It absorbs the tumors, allays
Ithlem at oac. acta as a poultice,
gi nl atustat rit.O William' In-
S diam Pile Oltma it is prepared for
Plq e asa Itehbin of the private parts.
S--d by druggists, mall S0 and $1.00
F Winia MTig Co., Props., Cleve.
land, 0. Suwase Dng C&

The Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.
ma made known its desire to imae
boad to the momt of $150,000,000,
with which to pay outWnding indebt-
qdnea and make needed improvements

"Sufered day and night the torment
of 'tng pilea. Nothing helped me
until I aed Doan's Ointment. It cured
me paenmaetly."-Ho.L John R. Gar-
rtt, Mayor, Girard, Ala. 2

THE REAL TEST

O IiM- o Ir f i aN It a lbw.
Go TiML
Thr is oaly em tat by which to
da oft tho e kmy a tof ay article
a that f by its aUMty to do that
wh It i leaded to da. kaiy hair
ws may lokW nice amd en cafe,
bm t w pot L-o they eradicate Dan-
uff ad stop failntga hair?
Ne the do not. but HerpeHde does,
beCa- It goe to the root of the evil
and ile tthe grm that attack the
apop"la. r& whebee the hair gets its
Uft.
lttem bl umaht psopht eJY-
.wr are da ly pMroi that Nowbro'.
losnpmll Maa thmo "Wtt of sW."
It is a -Wml f tlm f elear, pure
ud free rml o ai or apa.
PaM y hahe au6 ir M Send 1 n. in
"s0 smp ?a tM The B raldeG Co..

O1 Ddkr hottimns gWat4&
Suwannee Drug Co., special agents.


I-4b1D 4 d Bromchltis and all

i4.* erswsi m W Wd madb
'fi S mainbtained an etab-
liaed trefPtatloa as a standard
"i.v C o u O ok S eedy. It contains no opi-
6 .O bOr aumfl drug, can be given
IBm with I Mfety to children. Price $1.00.
Sold by druggsts. Williams M'f'g.
S otlb '., Prps., Cleveland, 0. Suwannee
. i.. DnwCo.


LEGAL NOTICES

Master's Sale
Under and by virtue of a final decree
a foreclosure issued out of the circuit
court of Suwannee county, Florida, on
the chancery side thereof, in that cer-
tain case therein pending wherein
Mizell Live Stock Co., a corporation, is
plaintiff, and R E. Lee, L. A. Leggett
and Matte Leggett are defendants,
and wherein and whereby I was ap-
pointed special Master in chancery to'
execute aid decree; and in pursuance
of said final decree I will on Monday,
the 2nd day of August, A. D. 1909, the
same being a legal sales day, between
the legal hours of sale, in front of the
court house door at Live Oak, said
county, offer for sale, at public outcry,
aad sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, the lands decreed in said final
decree to be sold to satisfy the same.
Said laWk being described as follows,
to-wit: The north i of the south-west
Sof section 26, township4 south, range

1S est, containing eighty (80) acres
moreor less, ud being, lying and sit-
uate in Suwannee county, Florida.
Purchaser to pay for title.
A. E LESUE.
Special Master in Chancery.
Notice of ApplieatMo for Tax Deed
Imder Sectior 8 of Chapter 4888,
LaWS Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. L.
Bryson, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 18, dated the 4th day of June, A.
D. 1900, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Suwan-
nee county, Florida, to-wit; Net of
nwi. section 11, township 1 south, range
13 east, 40 acres. The said land being
assessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of Rees &
Ree. Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 19th day of
July, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 15th day of June, A. D. 1909.
J. W. BRYSON.
Clerk Circuit Court, Suwannee county,
Florida.
Notice.
U. S. District Court, Southern Dis-
trict of Florida. S. S. In Re B. R.
Ingram, individually and the firm of E.
S. Ingram & Co., Bankrupt. In the
matter of petition for final discharge.
On this8th day of July, A. D. 1909, on
reading the foregoing petition, it is or-
deed by the court, that a hearing be
had upon the same on the 23rd day of
July, A. D. 1909, before said court, at
Jacksonville, in said district at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice
thereof be published in the Suwannee
Tbnamn wa e nrawner.&U WftnAj inf f


Noe is sby given dotaB
dmngedw if o artnhe 2thdayof Ao.
&t, 19, m toi the HoOrablWe Al- Md
bDtW. Gil.hisGo o ,teStat
of Florida, for Letters Patent for the N06 U 1
icrporation of Branford Ginning Co., D.iI n
Mdrthe foowing proposed articles tb o in i
of incorporation: Said certificate ir
C. E. HtUPHEYS, esre
A. H. KE, e:Y,
M. A. Bs, n county. = wmk: Mret
W. J. HTCH. section 4, towB"aip 2 ao rt_ -
W. J. HATCH. e The said land behY- -jl
AmCLE 1. the date of the issuance ofeckh crt
The name of this corporation shall be cate in the name of Spencer McIieL
BranfordGinning Co., and its principal Unless said certificate shall be re-
place of business shall be in Branford, deemed according to law, tax deed wil
Suwannee county, Florida. ,issue thereon on 26th day of July, A.
AMCLE 2. D. 1909.
The general nature of the business t I Witness my official signature and seal
be transacted by this corporation all tisthe 23r day of June. A. D. 1909.
be, to gin, buy and sell cotton and cot- J. W. BRYSON,
to gin, bed and sell cotton and ot-o or- Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county,
ton seed and to grind orn and to oper- i
ate sawmills and to deal in merchandise Florida
and to own or lease real estate, and to .otw of Applicatim for Tax Deedi
d ll thimnr nocp IP v to the success- of Applca for T


ask getimieS
kawni. U\sho
win 8Qe tkmi
JPly, A. D. 19M&
this the 15th dqayf2
Clerk Circuit Cort,
Floriia.


carrying on of itsaid business. o t e A
ARTICLE 3 c s a Notice is hereby given that A. L. Laws. of Florida.
The amount of the capital stock of .Bryson, purchaser of Tax Certificate Notice is hereby
this corporation shall be Five Thousand No. dated the 5th day of une A. n, purh
dollars divided into fifty shares of the D. 1905, has filed said certificate in my No. 87, dated the 5bS
par value of One Hundred dollars each. office, and has made application for tax D. 1905, has filed aid
The capital stock of this corporation deed to issue in accordance with law. office, and has mnad
shall be paid for in money or proIerty Said certificate embraces the following deed to issue in aemrE
at its actual cash value. described property situated in Suwan. Said certificate emki
The corporation shall not transact nee county, Florida, to-wit: 40 ft w described pr typervt gj
any business until at least ten per cent side lot 9, block, 4, Dowling add., Live nee county, orida. %4
of its capital stock has been subscribed Oak, section 24. township 2 south, block B Hmp I
and paid for. range 13 east. The said land being as- Walker's add. to Lin
ARTICLE 4. sessed at the date of the issuance of land being assessed ai
The term for which this corporation such certificate in the same of S. E. issuance of such cetirl
shall exist shall be Twenty-five years. Townsend. Unless said certificate shall of unknown. UnI *M
ARTICLE 5. be redeemed according to law, tax deed shall be redeemed
will issue thereon on the 26th day of tax deed will isne t-
The business of this corporation shall July A. D. 1909. da of Jul, AD.
be conducted by the following officers: Witness my official signature and seal witness my D.
A president, a vice president, a secre- this the 23rd day of June, A. D. 1909. seal this the 15th dM1f
tary and treasurer, and a manager and J. W. BRYSON, 1909.
a board of directors to consist of not Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county,
less than three nor more than seven of Florida. Clerk Circuit Court tha
1-- -1 -& -L-1 Floida. Clrk Circit or.


tne stocKlnolers, all o01 wnom snail be
elected on the 1st Monday in January
of each year. Until the first annual
meeting and election the officers of this
corporation shall be: M. A. Best, pres-
idept; W. J. Hatch, vice president; A.
H. Key, secretary and C. E. Humph-
reys, treasurer and manager, and M. A.
Best, W. J. Hatch, A. H. Key and C.
E. Humphreys, directors.
ARTICLE 6.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation can at any
time subject itself, shall be the amount
equal to the amount of stock subscribed
and paid for.
ARTICLE 7.
The name and residence and amount
of stock of each subscriber to the capi-
tal stock of this corporation are:
C. E. HUMPHREYS, Branford, Fla.,
10 shares.
A. H. KEY, Branford, Fla., 5 shares.
M. A. Best, Branford, Fla., 5 shares.
W. J. Hatch, Grady, Fla., 5 shares.
State of Florida,.
County of Suwannee. % '.
Before me, tne undersigned, person-
ally came M A. Best, W. J. Hatch,
A. H. Key and C. E. Humphreys, each
to me personally known, and each
being duly sworn, did acknowledge and
declare that they signed the foregoing
proposed articles of incorporation for
the purposes therein set forth.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 7th day of July, A. D. 1909.
JOHN HOUGHTON,
Notary Public.
My commission expires Nov. 9, 1911.
Sheriff' Sale.


I, U uUnawD jr prui uj il U Under and by virtue of an execution
district, and that all known creditors issued out of and under the hand
and other persons in interest may ap- and seal of the clerk circuit court in
pearat the said time and place and and for Columbia county, Florida, 1
show cause, if any they have, why the have levied upon and will'offer for sale
prayer of said petitioner should not be and sell to the highest bidder therefore
granted, for cash in front of the court house door
And it is further ordered by the on Monday the 2nd day of August, A.
court, that the clerk shall send b mail D. 1909, between the legal hours of
to all known creditors notice of said sale the following described real estate
petition and this order addressed to -wit: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 15
them at their places of residence as and 16. block 2, section 22 township 2.
tanes d south range 13, ea.t, in Fruitland addi-
Witness the Honorable James W. tion to the citv of Live Oak, also the
Locke, Judge of the said court, and the wj of section '(11), township (3 J, range
seal thereof at Jacksonville, in said dis- (12), and southwest I of section (14),
trict, on the 8th day ofJuly, A. D. 1909. township (3), range (12), all lying and
JAMES W. LOCKE, Judge. being in Suwannee county, Florida, and
A true coppy. containing 480 acres more or less, to
Attest:-E. E. LOCKs, Clerk. satisfy said execution and costs thereto
Ordinance o. 7 or so much thereof as will satisfy said
execution wherein Carroll Adams &
An ordinance prohibiting spi ting on Company, a corporation, etc., are plain-
the sidewalks and other public places tiffs, and T. F. Bvrd. J. T. Green, J.
of the city of Live Oak, Florida, and M. Marable, and W. L. Taylor. part-
providing penalties for the violation:ners, etc., are defendants, purchaser
thereof. to pay for titles.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City J. H. RKlc :K.soN.
Council of the city of Live Oak, Flori- Sheriff, Suwannee county. Florida.
da: -- --
Section 1. That from and after the Notie ti' t'ubldicatimn.
enacting of this ordinance it shall be i)partmernt of t'.r interir. '. S. S. Lad ,!,
unlawful for any person to spit upon i at Gainesville. Fhrida. June i. !.*.'.
any paved sidewalk, or upon the floors Notice is herehb givtn that R'hanl B .g-.
or walls of any public building, situate maie j Hofl~ ontry, a.. 3w-.5, h in r i,. 'N07)
in the city of Live Oak, Florida. iber0452) forSoflNE-. sctivn '. tuon.nip
Section 2. Any person violating the 3 south range 13 tea,. Tai!ahasx.e l Wraidi !. h,
provisions of this ordinance shallbe filed noticeof intention to mnake .nal i., .r
proof, to establish caunm to the ll:d ai dt'-
punished by a fine not exceeding five ascribed. before the clei k ,f the circuit c,,:r. at
H1"11 ;- i- ll.. .12 .... .. __. ... ;. I, CT -... ... ,. _.. .* .-


Eliisor's Sale.


Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
Circuit Court of Suwannee county, Flor-
ida, in a certain cause therein pending'
wherein Tanchum Silberman and Solo-
mon Todes. partners doing business as
Silberman & Todes are Plaintiffs, and J.
H. Rickerson, as Sheriff, and ex-officio
administrator of the estate of T. H. H.
Hant, deceased, is Defendant; and by
authority of an order signed by the
Honorable B. H. Palmer, Judge of said
Court, on the 29th day of June, A. D.
1909, wherein the undersigned was ap-
pointed Elisor, to execute said execu-
tion, I have levied upon. and will offer
for sale to the highest and best bidder,
for cash, in front of the court house
door, at Live Oak, in said county, on
Monday, the 2nd day of August, A. D.
1909, the same being a legal sales day,
and between the legal hours ot sale,
the following described land to-wit:
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 and 12, of Block 17,
in the town of Branford, Suwannee
county, Florida, an undivided one-half
interest in and to lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and
10, in Block 17. town of Branford. Su-
wannee county, Florida; 20 acres in the
nwi of the nei of Sec. 16, Twp, 6, R.
14, in Suwannee county, Florida, known
as the "Dale Place." The ej of the
nwk, and the wj of the swi of section
24, township 6, range 14, in Suwannee
county, Florida, or so much thereof
as will be necessary to satisfy the said
execution, amounting to $368.72, and
the costs attendant upon this advertis-
ing and sale. A. E. LESLIE.
By order of the Court, Elisor to exe-
cute said writ.


Master's Sale.


Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a final decree of foreclosure and sale
made and entered on the Isth day of
February, A. D). 1, by the Honorable
B. H. Palmer, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the 3rd Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for Suwannee county, in
a certain cause pending on the Chancery
side of said court wherein Live Oak
Bank. a corporation organized and ex-
isting under the laws of the State of
Florida, is complainant and Robert
Marshall and his wife, Nellie Marshall,
are defendants, I will on the 2nd day of
August, A. D. 19.o9, the same being a
legal sales day. during the legal hours
of sale, in front of the court house door
in said county, offer for sale and sell to
the highest bidder for cash the fllow-
ing described lands situated in Suwan-
nee county, Florida, to-wit: East half
of lot 2, in block II, Carroll's addition
to the city of Live Oak, Florida, in sec-
ti,,n 2-, township 2 south, range 1:,- east.
S. P. LAMB,
Special Master in Chancery.
L. E. ERKRSON,
Svlcitor f,,r I'un lainant.


Bill fot ( ilihiilit.
In ('Circu: C'ourt. Stat, .! F;,,r:d;t. Third Jui:cial
('irc.Llt. Suann -et'*r,'-,. in (*'.inc.r) Ma'-
tic .l av:.-. C',nipla~ tia-i;. \v. W :l;;.r Dai:-.
k-frndal.nt. #
It iti*aring by dtft;,LviT aI1t fia i '.u thw jiil
fin'l in the atujv -iate-d cauM, 'tr.at the rv-i-nci.v
of V iliiam Da Is., the defrindant thtrein nar'ed,
i4 ujnktnoun. and uvrr th. ae ,,of .....


Notice of Appliatdi
rnder Sectior 8 of
Laws of Florida
Notice is hereby
Bryson, purchaser
No. 324, dated the 1lt
D. 1903, has filed aid
office, and has made
deed to issue in
Said certificate
described proper
nee county, Fori ft
tion 19, township 3
320 acres. The aid
at the date of the i-- "
tificate in the nam of
less said certificate Ad
according to law, tax
thereon on the 19th of
Witness my official
this the 15th day of Ji.
Clerk Circuit Court,
Florida.
Notice of Application ffor a
der Section 8 of Chapu UI
of Florida.
Notice is hereby give that A.
chaser of tax certificate No
of June. A. D., 1 Mh, it
office and has made &pplietft
issue in accordance witL b .
embraces the following dn'-
ate in Suwannee county, 1Wl 9
section 20. township
eat, 160 acre&. The mid r
the date of the isauaneof M
name of unknown. UnAl a
be redeemed according to w, --
thereon. on the 19th day of J*. L
Witnes my official signu tM A
day of June. A. D.. IW.
Clerk circuit court. SuwaSM
N, ,tice of ApplncutwM ff t
I'ntder Section of (kM
I.aws of Florida.
Notice is hereby 'vm #f
Bryson, purchaser o TaI #I
No. 232, dated 1st day a i
1903, has tiled said ceti
office, and has made a
(deed to issue in accordea-
Said certificate embraces ll
described property sitoaUd
nee county, Florida. t,'*
block 34. Live Oak, srct I
ship 2 south, range 13 aH,
land being assessed at thd.
suance of such certilk 1 i 1
of (kld F. Lodge CUril j
cate shall be redeemed M
law, tax (deed will issa ao
26th dlay of July, A. 1). Ml-
Witn.-s my official l 1
thi. the. ':Ird today uf Ju LJ
l('trk C'ircuit CGurt SuWMJ
Flor.da.


Notice ot '. lIpl'I4Atif4 h "
,ider '%ection % o'f 4"


Vrv'<,n. I.ur'.a:tr "' t Ta'1
N 111. dating th .:: ... day i
,i*:'c. and h.a.- 'iiltc i ,pl J
,hd el to.' i n act,
Sa:d ct-rt:.cate r-'bn.crte. I
,it.e- r:be-d ,r,,p r'v s i4 .


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Ti' -


y Way"
ds A


CHINE

!fKlE YOU REST.

.b $6.00.
ri oill do a family
wr 60 minutes, without
do a batch of washing
f garmtes. It is 15 in-
d 16 inches in diame-
il&ply put on a stove
im with water, soap
I asd is so constructed
steam produces the
drful results, without
r bbing or labor. It
imoably the best device
w been put on the
ltbe way of a washing
It makes no difference
riled the clothes may
Sor cotton, bed spreads
ht else, "The Easy
thoroughly clean them
I wait. FOR SALE BY


OJOl AGENT
I OAK, FLORIDA


-1b Doien Club.
hl-d Dogen" had their regu-
fhlday at 4:30. As Mrs.
wa their gracious hos-
[iout saying that all had
N Ifel afternoon.
IR Iqtiter was the guest of

to hold their next
new home of Mrs. C.
ad Mrs. Geo. Porter, Jr.
il~rms, at which meet-
are requested to


- Notice.


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iiemby given that the Board
~k MIMioners of Suwannee
6I0% will meet at the court
0wUty, on Monday, Au-
I, r the purpose of hear-
al receiving testimony
dlm any property as fixed
*l the county assessor of
A. M. MOSELEY,
p lerd of County Commis-
IPWDee county, Florida.
in Clerk Circuit Court.

4*0fM"y and Howard Bais-
INa city's best young men,
LM Monday for the west to
VItib the country." They
S1t Kansas City, Mo. We
Swell, and congratulate
k.pluck and determination
|Ri. hustle, but we believe
a mistake in leaving
Swe more and better
iR this state for young
he found anywhere else


IHKMHT CHURCH.


ik., Atllsson, Pastor.


L a. m. Subject, "Why
' Evening service at 7:45
*tof the talk, "Is Spirit-

bel9,0 a. m.
p 3-00 p. m.
Prayer Metting. \Wednes-
G0ad a cordial welcome to


|WIT CHUIR('H.
.Avy, Pastor.
11 o'clock.
7 o'clock.
9.45.
SO'clock.
meeting,
o'clock.


wmth of May the county
Mfty issued an average
license a day.


r


?'4 '-I


Robert Bacon has accepted the U.
S. ambassadorship to France, accord-
ing to advices received at Paris.
The naval program approved by the
French cablnet involves the expendi-
ture of $600,W0,000 within the next
ten years.
Five hundred persons were wouad-
ed by the explosion ofan army pow-
der magazine In Cracow, Axutrian
Poland.


Ltghtjun exploded 1,000 pounds ot
dynamite at the railway stores at
Kingtoa, Jamaica. One man was
killed ad mny buildigs wreexkd.
BiAhop MKLy, of Savannah, is in
Rome to take put In the festtttl
In Ceouoetion w th the ceebratlon of
the golmd jtee of the American
NleP.


Ominous.
When Julia, Mrs. Blank's maid of all
work, came to her mistress and "gave
notice" because she was going to be
married, Mr. Blank said:
"You know, Julia, that marriage Is a
pretty serious thing."
"Yes'm," replied Julia, "but not git-
tin' married is a more serious thing
sometimes, don't you think? Anyhow,
itll be as serious for him as it is for
me If we don't git along all right. But
then, as you say, gittin' married Is
about the seriousest piece of bizness a
body can engage in, an' mebbe I am a
fool an' mebbe he's a bigger one.
There's no tellin'. It's a terrible sol-
emn thing, as I reckon you've found
out by this time. Like enough I'll sip
sorrow, but so will he. That's one
comfort."-Detroit Free Press.


Gulsr-n t6v EP epode
Sulphur, La-By the explosion o a
oll ar store in their bo&e here
Mi Fruiees et, ated 21 years, ru
fatally burned, ind her mother, Mrn.
0. Ket,. palfuiy injured.

Alibnaa Crop Outlook.
Montom ery, Ala-The general
crop outlook In the state is a pesit-
mltitC one. Weathe coMnditlons have
been unfavorable. Only a half crop
In some sections.

CGeorgla Bar Elects Office.
Warv Springs, Ga.-The Geeria Bar
Association has adjourned after one of
the most successful sessions in its his-
tory. T. M. Cunninam, of Savan-
nah, was elected president
Foreign News Summary.


BECAUSZ-Ow r Bqa"n h d0i4 lb* o
time-&a"e medt i n edbu al bf
known s IME BUG=IU TIL R YEW
RiCAtSE-Our Bugis rwe hfh gP & u&
gies, old at a popqkr prim


7777???7


If its our
Buggy its
bound to
be alright


OUR SHOWING OF VEHICLES IS THE

largest and most complde of any prvis occasion
and we want every man n Suwannm county to se aou

BUGGIES


We further challenge anyone to question the indisptable
fact that there is not a feature in the coantrctio of our
Buggies, the durability of which is in the least doAbtful


Nothing Better Made. No Material of a
Higher Character. The Best-What
More Can Be Said.


I Mizell ,ive Stock Co. I


Definitioniii.
Economy A human eccentricity A
which will cause a woman to spend 7 1
half a day and 10 cents street car fare \j VV G vT e' W .V lt'W elrV
in order to get a five cent spool of
thread for 4. ,
Love-A tender passion which, ith every Cash purchase t t F ncerie
ever, does not preclude a man's scold-th every C hpurchaseop=
ing his wife if the coffee is too cold. '
Pride-A persistent and potent pe-Fer zers, s, etc, a o tg to
culiarity which will cause a man to
put a silk tile on an empty head and %| r .,, -
to button a $150 frock coat around an We will give absolutely free your choice of any article you may select of
empty stomach. or dfor Gold and Gold Plated Rings, Lockets, Pins ot all kinds, etc., to the value
Prejudice-A taste or distaste for .
something about which you know On Cash purchases of $10 we will give $1 worth of Jewelry, and so on t
nothing.-Judge. i piece of Jewelry is warranted to be just as presented. See the Jewelry on

Doubtless. our show window.
Voice (in the house)-Bessie, what is r t .
keeping you out there on the porch so Free Delivery to any part of the city

long? Bessie-I am looking for the ,
comet, mamma. Voice-You'll take j
your death of cold. Bessie-Not at all,
mamma., l'm-l'm wAll wrapped.-Ch- /
cago Tribune. C' | E \ Ni
S Her Weight of Sin. i
"Mother. I've a dreadful thing to con- L I V E 0 A K F L O I
0- -. .. T .>.. n .,.,ht .n ll in lI to l


[eS It o U. i ait 11 m 'L A -" rUi]J"U "..
me to lie duowu In bed 1 lied down, but
after you turned out the gas I ground-
ed my teeth at you In the dark!"-Lon-
don Punch.

Most Anything.
Club Dcktor (with view to diagnosis'
-And now, my man, what dc. you
drink? Patient (cheerfully)-Oh--er-
well. doctor. I'll leave that to you-
Bystander.
No Case on Record.
"'lr',.k^.' ftked Ri i-.' "do yon know
wLat wl.l iure a ':.ir!
"1 nt<,cr heard 'f a v;ri lr .i. si'k."
said iroomks, wlthut h l,tlo ti uP' frt.11
his writing.


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K r-,, :. ., .... July. W ith
jridiri~i. !if 'tra.,elrs detained in Kan-1
.-i- t' a'%aitriti the movement of':
'-....>, which have been delayed,
., ., ,f ia-,, i ldue to floods m i'
r:I. -".u Ka ,-a. the railroad situa-
S. today. All trains'
Ut;.-~'ir. ir, :,. r o:i' to ten hour late,
wr;:- ,,it v\,,,- !irt! i'cnjecture as to
ihr,-. a.ri\: :.c:,:r ,. C ."'( ,cago train, de-
..- :., a : >'. Louis. Nearly
a1 .i i; lc,., ::;,":. .Tre detoured over
.h Mi'.. ML- :: '1 '. "!Jte to St. Louis.


TIOUSAr-
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Of SatidsieB A

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BECAUSE-Our Buggies hav the th i the
style, the appy appMwam that npmrat
a certain e ir offenwd giaoly


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BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN STOCK POWDER

It costs no more per package than stock powders, yet weighs one pound
more than the most popular 25c package of stock powders we have exam-
in ; besides, our MEDICATED BRICK contains no rice bran, cotton
see hulls or other non-nutritious material. In fact it contains absolutely
nothing but dairy salt, in which is mixed sulphur for the blood, coperas
for worms and bowels, saltpetre for the kidneys, and nux vomica, which
is one of the best known tonics. We know that Blackman's Medicated
Salt is giving satisfaction on account of the large amount we are selling.
If you are not now giving this valuable remedy to your stock, call and let
us tell you more about it. "" "' "


THE HAIR HARDWARE COMPANY, LIVE OAK, FLIA.


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amo have L C Sweat's fine dwelling city. Fish are fine and can be had all
home completed It is the best and;the time, but no wonder. There is
fiflst home in this part of the county., plenty of water.
He has just finished painting it. L. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cannon were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bland
From the Seventh District. on Sunday.
Mr. Editor: Will you please allow Mr. and Mrs. Cape Warner visited


SIo eao pt uat to workm I wi write me space in your valuable paper to say 'itt Myrtle, the ouuay. e
al V hm BAvilk. a few words for this district? Little Myrtle, the four-year-old
Bc me isb a bom. We are having some rainy weather daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Can-
,We Ji hM liais plenty of rain and it seems like it will be continued, non was very sick last week, but is
Intl i P"t m or fur weeks, the but crops are doing very well, only:much better now, and we hope she will
tml wsaw ris r rapidly in con- the grass is hopping, but the people, I soon recover.
*y ^ think, will conquer it. Shady Grove Items.
A. V. Odm and family, of Live Augustus Hurst and sister, Miss
Oak Iov b vWtgrelatives and Clifford, spent Sunday with. relatives, The protracted meeting at Shady
0l e t6 we*. a Mr. and Mrs. G. W. SaG. pp. Grove closed Monday night after a very
Sh I and children, F. S. Hunt spent scturd* night successful meeting at the new Congre-
ofd Oak ar Vinitifg her brother with T. Z. Hurst and family. Prof. national Methodist church. The pas-
tor, Rev. P. D. Claridy was assisted
/ad "ster, J. A. Camo and Mrs. Belle A. P. Hurst returned home with F. S. to Rev. P. D. Claridy was assisted
oqHurst Sunday morning, by Rev. C. C. Crews, president of the
issues B B M. Holland, Richard Granth Lake City district and Rev. Summer,
Vie w T a B n oU 0 Carpenter,, B.. oh ,Rhr G t of Pmemount. There were a number
of Keyrville ar visiting their aunt, Ottis Hurst and R. D. Bass went fish- of additions to the church and a great
Mrs. Lie Sweat. These young ladies ing at Peacock Lake last Wednesday, i lot of ood done, and the spiritual wel-
have mmy frisds who are always glad and caught enough to feed the kittens lf o the pru l wel
tosete one meal fare of the church very much helped.
M. Ncna Hunt, of Branford, is! Cleave Mock, from the East Coast, urda there was a grand, big din-
spadig the week with her parents, has been visiting relatives in Suwannee er spread in the church yard. The!
Mr., aNd l George Cu county for the past few weeks. He rains interfered to some extent with
o of t here last week for his home the pleasures of the day, but there was
pg T oeead r*ll theyoafg D herteld good crowd present, and we had a;
WpIa s iterintmsted. They meet The Macedonia school is progressing Thegood and profitable damaged some
neat Satra afterno, at 4 o'clock. nicely at present, with A. P. Hurst as The heavy rains have damaged some
B.a bjedt is, "Bjs ed, That Capi- teacher; also the Padlock school is not crops in this section. Water is standing
lTpaimest i JUL Everybody behind in anything. in many fields on the low lands. Dan
is itvit Oad w.ill w m that they There will be services at Macedonia White has lost about 100 bushels of
i s thing of iteres Come church by Rev. J. S. Parker Saturday corn and Reese Stephens has three
ald mea night before the third Sunday and on acres of fine cotton badly damaged.
Il. J. T. Crawford and Mrs. San- Sunday. Hope to see a large congre- Ph Boyd has thetinest ield cou ct-
ford B h pet last Monday with gtion out ton in this seethat on of the county.
s lLacquey. The people of this settlement gath- pumor has *l that one of m t
It is fodder pulng time with mot ered at the school house on the 4th and thepopular ymioung mn stole and march oned
of the farmers, bt itis so rainy they had an ice cream "churning," and, the Hamilton county boys and captured
are having a hard time trying to save boys, it was fine. yoneof that county's mst excellent'
any. Wonder what two young ladies start-,
Mrs Wealthy Odom has been quite ed to church last Sunday and were dis- Platt nationn Notes.
siek for several days, but we trust she appointed. THE MORNING STAR. A._..11 L_.L -


will be abe to be around again.
Th protracted meeting began at
Beachvile ast Saturday night. Elder
James Lee, of Live Oak, is here help-
ing in the meeting. There were good
crowsm in attendance, although the
water was bad We trust that great
good is being dome.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lacquey are the
proud parents of a fine ten-pound boy,
who arrived here July 3. Rufus is
doing some queer things, according to
what his neighbors my.
Sealy Sweat went to Georgia last
week, and when he returned he brought
his bride with him. They were mar-
ried at Dalton, Ga. Mrs. Sweat was
Miss Bertha Cox and is a beautiful
lady of many accomplishments and we
ooratulate Mr. Sweat on winning so
fair a bride. Mr. Sweat is a prosper-


i ir. Laitor: we had the pleasure ofi
listening to a very interesting sermon
Falmouth Notes. last Sunday, delivered by Bro. Clem-'
TIle Ladies' Aid Society will meet ents at the church, the text being
the 4th Saturday in July, and it is quite "What manner of love the Father has
important that all members attend and j estowed upon us."
assist in conducting the business. Wonder what young man loked so
Mrs. J. W. Hall and daughter, were sad from Clayland when he saw another
in Live Oak one day last week, shop- young man with his best girl? Brace
ping. up, son. STRANGER.
I am very sorry to say that our t bw
preacher failed to fill his appointment' The two big sal2s will run
here last Sunday. There was a goodly till Wednesday, July 21st, on
number out to hear him. :account of bad weather. Lots
Sherman Cannon and his sister, Miss; of remnants to close out at
Fannie went to Shady Grove to attend half price. Harvard's Shoe
the big meeting Sunday.
Mr. L.Clayton spent Saturday on the Store and Ladies Emporium.
Old Suwannee river at the picnic.
Miss OUlie Baker was the guest of Ntotice.
Mrs. W. C. Wright Sunday. Bro. J. R. Clements wiil commence


For the Warm Weather we have Mm'.


Blue


Linen


Wash


at $5.00 Each

Wear one and keep cool. We also have


Summer Dress Sul


Pants and Overalls


which we are offering at popular prices. Another lot f


Low Cut Shoes for Ladl


Gents, Misses and Children


The Umbrella and Fan season is here now in full force &adW
We have a nice line of them; will be pleased to have youa
them. We are constantly receiving new styles of

Ladies' Neckwear, Laces, Trimmings, MW
bons, Embroideries, Etc.

WE SELL WARNER'S CORSBTI

There are none better. New lot just received. We study to
our customers. Call and see what we have to offer, whether
to buy or not.




McLeran Mercantile CA
SI'elborn, Florida

"THE STORE THAT SETS THE PACE.'


LIVE


OAK


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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000


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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY It 10 I.


Ip ARD PROCEEDINGS.
tyg Semios of the Board-
SBills Paid.

lm Board of Public Instruc-
icounty, Florida, met
r iJon July 6, 1909. Pres-
Sboinn, W. L. Mclnnis and

i last meeting were read

a1a tax school district elec.-
pJune the 29th at Pine Mount,
|l.folows: J. L. Pennington,
5|HS rand F. M. Green were
Mitoss and a three mill levy
li L The above named trus-
Slscted by the Board of Pub-
utim and the superintendent
Bi to issue the commissions

~~sWon of the board, the mat-
!pbtg the Suwannee colored
'aV deferred until the next
ot f Re board, the superintend-
d to visit the commun-
it te the matter.
In from Shady Grove school
ifd until next meeting.
q.rintendent was ordered to
Is Oak Grove community and in-
the grantmg of an assistant
L ui>


OtiOnCG.
urpvisor


P. Howell was ap-
of Little River


md by the board that
s continued in the


Frank
Union


hrm"w n, Alonzo Hurst was or-
I mtinue school at Macedonia.
ltiion, the board ordered that
*iam pay $25 on putting a well
at Oak Grove, providing the
SWrill forfeit one month of their

Motion of the board the policies
Oak high school building were
wewed.
that, if satisfactory, the
of Forestville school use $50 of
tion for the purpose of
a school house at that place.
motion of the board, it was or-
t9 the old faculty at Rixford
away with and new ones taken

by the board that every
will be required to make an
i of 40 per cent of the enroll-
Sorder to continue.
that there be a winter school
lbsburg school house.
)N-d that the board will not pay
t placing of any more seats at

irs were appointed as fol-
g J. A. Cason, Mount Pleasant;
ubes, Little River Sink: L. D.
IN. Rocky Sink, and H. Wimber-
I tbel. These were duly ap-
aad commissions ordered sent

iloBwing accounts were received,


MW and ordered paid:
Warnm, building closet..... $
'nna, placings seats.....
lniy, repair work..........
wtaion, placing seats......
O Hall, work on grading

Ak Pub Co. pub minutes
It. Bank, Interest ....
W Wrigglesworth, office

-.Lumber Co. lumber
Co. window sash
odboard ...............
work on grading

teacher.... .
commission. ......
try, lumber ......
placing seats
lumber.......
placing seats ........
n. Dlacinp seats


4 0W
40 00
4 50

11 00
7 50
ll.60


A R Carver, teacher .........
Warren Mills, teacher ..............
R M Sealey, teacher ...............
Walla Howland, teacher 4 days
H T Toole, teacher 5 weeks.....
J. D. Russell, teacher...... .......
Bertha Hawkins, teacher.........
A D Wentworth, work on grad-
ing committee.............. ........ .
Carrie Brooke, 'teacher ............
Maude Creekmore, teacher......
Bertha Hodge, teacher............
G E O'Hara, teacher, ..........
Frank Riherd, teacher ...........
Myra Newsome, teacher .........
Helen Mann, teacher .............
G W Land, teacher ...............
-Ruby Allison, teacher.............
Total .................... .......$1,
Accounts paid from special tax 2
districts.
Live Oak No. 1.
Frst Nat. Bk., interest ............
City Water Works, water rent
Welborn No. 2.
G. B. Lord, Commission ..........
O'Brien No. 3.
G. B. Lord, Commission ..........


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Branford No. 4.
it, oi i. B. L.ordd. Conimission
SBurlington Nu.
: ~7.'7 G. B. lArd. commission
S'^ l) [Dempsey and Hail No,.
.5 1, Jesse \\W(dl, workon well
4 12 G. B. Lord. commission
7 00 Houston No n .N
6 75 C(: l- I nrA commission


3500
3500
4000
600
5000
3500
3500

8 00
4000
40 00
3500
40 00
4000
4000
10 00
40 00
40 00
47 39
school

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!6.52


A CALL OF MEETING
Of Farmers Uutom Sea Island Cottes
Growers.

The Farmers' Union Sea Island Cot-
ton Company has called a meeting of
the Farmers' Union Sea Island Cotton
Growers of Georgia and Florida, to
meet in convention in Savannah on
July 2th and 28th, at 10 a. m. Every
county in the Sea Island territory is
requested to send as many delegates
as they are allowed in the regular state
meeting to transact the business. This
is of so much importance that every
union man ,should thoroughly undei-
stand what is done. Every local has
been requested to have a representa-
tive of their locals present as visitors,
so at least to have one missionary in
each local to the great cause. Every
union man or woman is invited to at-
tend this meeting; it will be a great
occasion. The railroad will give re-


06 duced rates. The hotels and boarding
houses promised reduced rats. Every
1.47 union man or woman is earnestly re-


SHOT


1i i0.1 quested to wear a Sea Island cotton
1tll badge, would prefer the open boll,
1.14 'ut if you can't get an open one, pin More
on the green boll. The Savannah peo-1
':-: pie have promised to give the farmers


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a roya! welcome.


W. W. WEBB,
M. S. KNIGHT,
0. L. MIZEL,
I. S. BENNETT,


UsL~ it in tbe wq
Jaoemm ab 's'

sW the bmrg --" A
IOM 10 a ftwsr M*-
Adeaft goo to poleQrl;

bly a the bw d umI~
AMil tme to a ftw at tm. tii
piftptks Of the am tooitb6~ ri~
MWM ar oamdomal 1 WINir -"
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SALOONS MUST GO.


A Cntm~W W
Is lways fomd e it rt
Balard's Saw Ij L mt It
everymember otthac th
achsa d paiON, it bobs
and mul&md e -
rak*, Mabq.e med al mud
new amdt O -u
bott S& M by Uwws DMst.-.-

T. A. *QW a 7m aum*atykao
of Tamm died Sund at bb
that city.


F


A WE ARE OVERSTOCKED ON k.


Ladies' Oxfords,


Slippers & Pumps


Men's Black and


Tan Oxfords


And in order to move this stock we are going
to put on a Special


REDUCTION SALE, BEGINNING JULY 1

The Stock Is All New, Seasonable Goods

READ OUR REDUCTION PRICES CAREFULLY

All Ladies' Oxfords, Pumps and Slippers Men's Oxfords, Black and Tam Spedib
in Black or Tan 1 lot Stetson Tans, worth 5.50.........' Now $4 50
Former price $3.50- Reduction Sale Price, $3 (J0 1 lot Whitcomb Oxfords, worth 3$&50-Now 3 '00
Former price 3.00-Reduction Sale Price, 2 50 1 lot Whitcomb Oxfords, worth 300-Now 2 50
Former price 2.50-Reduction Sale Price, 2 00 1 lot Whitcomb Oxfords, worth 275-Now 2 25
Former price 2.00-Reduction Sale Price, 1 65 1 lot Gun Kid, worth $2.75 .................Now 2 25
Former price 1.75-Reduction Sale Price, 1 50 1 lot Gun Kid, worth 2.00...................Now 1 65
Former price LSO-Reduction Sale Price, 1 15 1 lot Haywood Special, worth $4.50 Now 3 50

No goods will be charged at above prices. These prices are for SPOT CASH. Reduction Sale Commences
JULY FIRST. Remember the date. You can SAVE MONEY by buying your footwear during this SALE




S. J. WHITE LIVE OAK
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Dt~~L~lii Udb
ir~iri~ell[rbaasia


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Than 1.000 Texas Salooms Out
of C'ommlusion.


Austin, Texas, July 11.-At mid-
night Saturday night more than a thou-
sand saloons in Texas ceased opera-
,tions, because of the effect of the law
nnt-tf At *a Ih. 1f S ,,n. -9 61- I-


NlmrM wloo(m I. lm
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am wll be d i 06to6 ,44l Nf s l ,
,at b of a tems O -ie mli
-tans 9er.ipito
(dwityofa e. I'
whm bieMroy,, 1a tsamipt m
tboede of the. a1ttt Kll a
Wasikgton, shod x the mvI

No persomm who own prqttoa.
OW the vn9 of t90. a rvmmPo
erty. both real d nd p- ril

valn of IkOOO, wil be p"smwk
The afiavit of two repr aib pI.
danw ill be req bed to ta-sbe o

Appte uta are mraetny rmutie t
coi frllV with the Abom w
tiom ad not to rwdma tr oew
unnecessary cnTMpncihM sa t*
the wore at ev= o=f the pMi niR
can be comped in tim to mak the
October payment at the end of te
quarter.
The neesuary baklus m be obtained
from the clerk of the rcuit courts a
the difwet eoaties, or from the

To the Clerks of the Circuit Courts:
Cetknem-Al pauiomers wl be paid
for the quart ending Jme 30, 190,
under act of 1907.
Each pensioner will be furnished with
theneesary blanks and instruction
direct from the comptroller's ofle
when the pension warrants for the
quarter ending June 30 are mailed.
Blanks for new applicants only will
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Dw V ..............
Nsh .....................
Nw sw'.... .... .. s
WNhtsw'o f ofw .. ..f
4 of sw, of ew and asw' of we', of
i l........ .. .
NWotf uand skj of neand aset of e and e of e
a wand w of se.o-
Ss ofawW....
W otfw4 and net, of w' i
Nw bIft w tide I
W% iW......
I a rb Doahtry e and w by Edwards.
WQ Br ..... ......................
LAt ~210 ft at nw cor of ne'. of nwt'.
Ow~riM....... .... ....... 2
LotL boek 54 O'Brien .
of d are a and e by Register i. by
Tw t. O'Bri ..... ..... 2
Twacue sideof neO of nw' of sw',.
Er-.-


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OWNER


15 240 Unknown.........


Tillman Jck...............
Unknown ...........
Hankeson Jame......
Unknown ...................
Unknown......... ...
Unknown....... ..........
Unknown ..................
KenedyMat .........
Hackney T J.......
Bothwell Mrs TW
Bothwell Mrs TW
Miller A J
Ollif C B
Brock J H .
Unknown .


160 Unknown
20 Watson Mary
40 Skinner Allen
40 Unknown ......
120 Brock J H
120 Tillis J H
40 Posey CC ..
80 Posey C C..
160 Poaey C S
80 Poaey C C.
120 Brannon W B
80 Branno W B.
80 Unknown ...
160 Powell J M ........
160 Powell J M
40 Unknown..
40 Unknown .......
80 Unknown ....
40 Unknown.....
160 Unknown
240 Williams O V and J H
560 Unknown .......
00O Burton AL....
40 Unknown ...... ........
40 Unknown ............
80 Milton Est. HR
40 Burton A L ....
160 Unknown ........
86 Suwanne Springs Co.
1 Hanley Mrs Andrew..
Angest Mary ........
80 Murphy FC .....
41 Suwannee Springs Co
Bynum Lucy .........
.20 Suwannee Springs Co.
158 Blake Edd ..............
4 Suwannee Springs Co
198 Suwannee Springs Co
40 DelegaAS.........
80 Dexter Est IS......
80 Washington Sherman
40 Woed Groen .........
40 Shephard S
80 Unknown


Starling J F .. ......
badrix Argent.
Williamn Sarah ......
MeKinney Mose........
Hightower Mary.....
RAddiek Amanda.
O'Neil Mc........
White Mrs S A
Douglas J.
Owens Toney
Fin Bin.........
McDniel M.
Dougl J....
Hunter Jack
Straughter James
Rountree Flora
Unknown....
Livingston J
Hawkins W W
Rountree Flora
Makiah Alice
Unknown ..,
Dowling Lumber Co
Unknown
Unknown


2 Olliff M E
I King John
Shannon James.
11 Thomas A H


61
20

100
80
35
80
80
120
120
120

240
40
20
40
320
80
40
40
40

230D
40
40
120
40
40
3


Williams Margaret
Unknown.


Drley W M
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
O'NeilL E
Green. Pennington & C
Johns M T
Skein Charles
Ambrose J A
Battle Spencer
Brown William
Jackson Lizzie
Unknown
Green Pennfcton & Co
Lovett Issuac
Stockston Cha.s
Dunbar Chad
Green Penniniton & Co
Brookings W M
Green Pennington & Cu
Floyd Thoma.?
Polite Harlthon
Floyd Thomai.
Jackson J E
Stockston Albert
Moseley H W
Unknown
Whittle G W


Unknown
40 Hall Mrs Isaac Wid
SO Sum :er G R


5 11
5 14
5 1I
5 14


Green Pennington ('e
Unknown
Brock J C.....
Draughtry L A
U'n known
Green Penmnin: ,:: o 0.,
Unknown
MLxon W H
Lnkr.,'wn
Unknown
Dukes W T
Roberts C C
Larkin Turintir. C,.,
First M Stinis & ('.,
Keen J T


Unknown


11


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14 61 lot 42. Hildreth 2nd addition ,
2 76 lot 4. Hikidreth 2nd addition.. ,
1 -4 lot 1. Hildreth 2nd addition ...........
3 u lots 25. 26 and 27, Hildrerh 2nd addition ),
lots 2 and 29, Hildreth 2nd addition .
9 1; lot 30. Hildreth 2nd addition
7 -) i lots 51 and 52. Hildreth 2nd addition
"2 3u lot 41, Hildreth 2nd addition
5 vLt lots 1. ,2. 3 and 4. block A.Hildreth addition *
2 3:U0 lots 3 and 4. block E. Hildreth'.s addition a
1 :, lots 7 arnd block E. Hildreth'i addition
1 ,37, lots 1, 1.3, 4. -., 6. block I. Hildreth's addi-
1 50j tion .. ,
lot 13. block H. Hileth's addition -
1! '2 lott 2 and 23, block D. Dillon's addition -:
Q 12 iot:. block C< Dllon's addition V.
S 6 lot 1. block X, Slate'A addition ....
;1 All block A. kis.i S:uke.s" lot. Baisden'iad-
S 7'; tk, n .. ... ..... .
I2 k lot luSxlo. n by H4 ndr. \ by Thlder. e b.
F Ret") ..... ... ... .
'2 Ali its, lkts i and bliuc ; 'w JV i.1.,n Wl
Lv OK 2a3
Sih !w'i .f luts and :, block n,, ;v ,,f L:v.-
1 Oa ... .
4 1.) i lt bik n 1]h to Live )aK
lo n StLeph.-l homa..n r: u J to Live
Sr" Uak ....
S-; lot -.ix -'2! ft bi,. nw \ di. t. L,\t i.Ua,. -
" ., lut n by H'h-he. e by r r. ly L o 1' 1,: &
i !5 r r nu Jdiv L.vt Oak
,t I-, b '. :' ft r. hy i r..ar. by.
7 I 'wi b uck 1'j r'-* ,iA .It L.V.c ak 'a
i' ,Ill: It'-. -t r; ,ide bit ;' i J v t|
7 *; I.Lve UOa ...

i '..t M f' .,,n d f i,,t L t.,r ,,:" r,, ;: ,,
; I L' Live (.k .>,
'! 4 t,,c 1 ;i'xcKi lnA i.. to)L... (ho..
*uo I !'ix k !% :iw i:\ Li.,. :I v
t 2 it ci,,C, 1', r:.w d v ,. L 'r.- (. a
.; IUK L.jY nv %I,) t, LiUrv 4ax I
; ';" : ;. : ,xl e e,,r .,f iriuck 2.- ; r )>..
7 i *,t "x f, sC cor A i.<4k d ,
7' lt luck i Li:v ve
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t1 a Lblck2, ckl%


E L, LA l bimk & S. amh .d ....... ................
S5Lotl ftn.. M st. b L a. dt Mk
SeoL B-fw ............................. 11

LoaL2 4.5t6. .9. ad I block
E .... 61 2& B lf.. .... 11
7and8l block Brmad. ......... ._ 17
....... 99 7. 8ad. block 17. Bauf ld ........ 11
969 LotaL2.S..413adl4. bockS2.a aford 11
.... 276 E of block 16. Bmnford...... ............... 1
5 08 S4 oblMock kB. Br-.rd .................. 11
...... 162 Ste ho andlot Baford .................. 17
2...... tibloek 22adl Branford ........... 17
73 Lot 2. bloek 32.Brafonrd....... ................ 17
282 of bock s. Br-' ord ......... 11
72 Lotu L 3 ad It block 10. Branford ....... 17
Lot by R. s by Week. Branford .. 17
40 Lot 70x150 ft, running pmrel with Mott
.... 125 st. Bran ford .......................... .............. 17
445 NwLof ne andde.of nwi.............. 23
3 56 Ne4 of nwL .... ............ ............ ............ 23
1 78 SwtOfnei'... ......... ............. 28
...... 2 55 SL of lot 2 lot 3. lot 6, n of lot and lot7 3
wLi of nec .......' ............... 1
600 All incounty .............. .. 11
1 78 w4 of maet of nWLi .. 7
162 LA of nes and aets of Set- ... a 8
137 Wt of swL and ,es of sw'4 and s of
3 93 1se and el of set4.. .... .
...... 623 Se, of nwtl bnd sw4 of net4 and ne-o4 of
...... 1 6 sw i, and set4 of ne'- ......... 8
3 92 Ne4, of nwk4 and nw. of ne: s 11
5 08 Frace.-of nLi3and sw' of swL. ......... 12
3 2 Ne'L,...... ... 1
5 07 N-rof se ... 14
271 Nw', .of ..n ...... 17
2 71 NwLi of nw ..... 17
7 38 Se& of nw't and e'v, of se ....... 17
5 07 Elof nets .... 18
271 Swtt of ne ...
162 3w'- of sw ........ .. 21
2 30 Swtaof se4 24
230 w1-, of nw'4 and seWt of nw- 26
7 03 Se',. of nwl4 and swI of neti and nal-, of
6 75 sw'i and nwt of s"e .......... 32
15 15 SwL of ne'ts. ............... .. 2
32 Se- of swti and nelt of a8wa and w'-; of
...... 1 76 seL .. ............... ... .... ..
3 08 16s n side of ne', of nwLi and sw1,4 of
8 86 nD 4 ....... ...... ........ 3
S 150 Se. of se. 4
4 65 StL of neL' of sel ... 6
S. 23 55 S-'ofnet' .. ... ..... 8
2 76 74a in w'- z fsw4, ...... ........ 8
NLv ofsw4 l~as27't a s side of s34 and
2 38 swh ofnw ...... .. .......... ......... 13
5 Lot 67x209 ft n by Carroll ... ... 14
Se ofse, lesalla&s side.... ... 14
4 22 7tmae cor of se4 of se ..... ................ 15
5 07 4 s in sew4 of se'4 n by r r. a by section
6 00 line .. .. .. ..... 15
.... 625 5a in se cor of et of se' .... 15
2 30 Nw ofnw'4........ .... 16
S 10 N2 of nets less 11 in ne cur and sei, of
2 71 nw ...... ... 17
4 15 2a in sw cor of sw'i of w' ... 1
4 15 Ei of se"t 19
271 wLoftswL4 of net4 less l4ae end '2
2 71 3ta n by Hawkins in sw-., of e ..... 2
5 07 Lots L 2 and 3 block 17 rr addition......
Lot 14 block 3 r r addition ......... 2
768 lotl block 10 r r addition... .... 22
5 507 lots 1 and 13 block 5 r r addition 2.............
2 76 lots 2 and 14 block 3 rr addition ........
3 94 lot 10 block 5 r r addition ..
138 lot 3 block Ir r addition. .. 2
S 3 92 lot 4 block I r r addition..... ... 2
2 71 lot 10 block 2 r r addition.. ............
.... 9 69 lots 14 and 15 block 4 r r addition....... 22
7 36 lot 13 block 7r r addition........... 22
507 lot 16 block 9 r r addition... 22
.-. 507 lot 12 block 5 r r addition .... 22
2 71 lots 8 and 9 block 2 r r addition
84 Lots 12 and 16. block 3. R R addition 22
2 76 Lots 5 and 14. block 4. R R addition
3 93 Lot 4. block 5. r r addition ........... ... 23
2 76 lots 1 and 4. block 6. r r addition 2.
91 lot 12 block r r addition. 22-
2 76 Lots 17 and 18., block 9. r r addition 2'
6 00 lot 3, block 10, r r addition 22
2 76 lots 5 and 9, block 1. r t addition .........
91 lot 16. block 6. r r addition... .
2 76 lots 12 and 13. block 17, r r addition
1 78 lot 11. block 5, Fruitland addition..... 2
1 78 lots 3, 11 and 16, block 3. Fruitkland addition 2
9 lots 2, 3, and 5, block 3, Fruitland addi-
tion......... .... ........... 22
338 lots 1a. 2. 3. 5, 6.7. 15 anid 16, block",
5 7) Fruitland addition
1 7 3 lot 6. block 1. Fruitfand addition .
1 50 i lots 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6. block 6. Fruitland addi-
tion ...
.38 lots 1 and 6. block 10. Fruitland addition 22
1 7 lots 7. 3. 9 and 11. block 7. Fruitland addi-
tion.............
47') lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6, block 4, Fruitland
3 60 addition.......... .N
2 30 lots 9. 10. 11, 12. 13. 11. 15 and 16. block -
2 30 Fruitland addition ... n
*2 0 lots 1, 2 3, 5 and 6, block Fruitland
'o 2 93 addition ..,
6 23 lot 2, Hildreta 2d addition
3 53I lots 3 and 13. Hildreth 2nd addition '
lot 18. Hildreth 2nd addition


Byrd T F......
Unknown


Unknown
Unknown
Unknown

L'nUnown

Unknown


Green E M.
Unknown
Thmipiins W S
Unknown
U'nknuwn
L'nrnown
Jack.son John
Unfn.)wn
Unknown

L'nnown
Tiillnan C T
L In~nwn

11'Kin rey L6 P
U'ri H
)yv.,, T H
b'.rn- E,': M '
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160
80
156
160
8O
40
40
40
40
40
40
120

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160
40
160
56
40
20
80
74


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Fort Fm"
furnt i ,
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Elliot Bob........_
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Elliot BR ........._
Unknown...
Jones Moie --
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Unknown ...........
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Unknown..........

Unknulown.......
om E ..........

Unknown...........

Unknown ........


unknown ... ^
Unknown..
Unknown... .<
Unknown ......
Thomas A A .
Unknown
Unknown......


Stanford ... j I
Unknown
Durant Ada...
Unknown


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OF LAND


plUwOak............... 23.
suab-div saion to
*jjy~ak.23
3 brumpws Ab-
Simhmto U".Oak.- 23
suzb~hdinlsonto
w Oak .......... .. 23
Ads _ILL.enyub-di

B ad a ito Oakd.... 2


s tub.dli nio to






Uy.akd.............- .. 23
sub-division to
a Oak.............. 23
ffl~phmm ab-ivis-
iy ~Oak ....---- 23
jfA HUMphreS sub-
add to Live Oak...... 23
pus Jway, w by Ham-
'MeIkCa.n. w byHaim-

and Hamilton ast.. 23
Jf~It 118x330 ft, n by
I by Dural at 23
m dd .......... ......... 23
l atsnadd 23
ma id ...... ...2. ..... .. 3
,f U W S .te *-23
a id ..... .... -I-. 23
bek W Slates addi-


..a .. .... .. ..
Haights
l ights.
fl htsU ............ .
i Heigh ts..... ...2.
tk hto.....................
m o f .............
ICuko Heights ........

O .Heights
Is tt ............
Iob, Cb urch st. s by
i T........ ........ ........
..... ........

,1 k l Cr ch.e by Hamil-
.............................

w .bySperring.....
Oa .................. .
|LhOak
Live Oak
N lhe Oak
B00K............... .... .... ..
mm, a t. e. sand wby

%PO~ st. e by Parsley.
Iw IV White's.......
iea by ealey. a by

.w HCt rs, LsebyHel.
i saed.B and Horn. Live


23
s by Weler sta by
WivCetL.leOa K ...23
o by White. a by Hel-
Liv O0 ..... 23
S by White, saby Hel-
Vyi Bahwintsn. Live Oak 23
by Kimmons. a by
syseO UeOs2 3
by Darrow st. a by
I. LiveOak....... .... 23
0 ba Darrowst, sby Ed-
hWV. U" oat ........23
4.* by Weller st, asby
BW at Live Oa 23
vs a e by White. s by
v oDanwt sLiveOak 23
s ulvPumay.abyLewin 3J
laslO'Neil. w by alley.... 24
w r I dfield.. ............. .24
1 Or Dutton. w by Moten 24
lyW1 .osandsbySimnKins 24
a Md e by Parsley. a by
( ............... ................. 24
9 IWk Francisa by Black-
L'.d 24
A. M &OVA f Bradfield,
M- REum' lot nlby road 24
*fw~by Bracifeld, w by


R IM ... ..... ....
mI es. by Dickerson
IW rnf D5, .......
sA. Readnaon's addition
A AHliddnon's add
A Bdo.ma',s add
rA SBudaon's add
rit r r ...........
ols rr.
tlkand boy r r
>ulM2 bock I Dowling's


'laadd to Live Oak
dd. ...........
sm.u by Bliger
11i ~of awt, ..... ... ...
UsIIth Oak sub-division
S a by Humphreys

ftR l gIhte by Stewart. s


5WI ......... ..
31k% ciawks



I lk 6 We and 6


W% at Sax,
ofIIX5 w4.
A-..


lids add
s a ide addition
a *si de addition
8uite addition.
IO r s side ad
5 side addition
s aside addition
Sta 1.4, 5, and 6
3 ....e o ......

1 U ad '12 bkKj F


21
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24


25
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26
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MA I2bloc HOahrst
J. Ohurst....
IbLsea KF, ILOalhurst
ILbioeE L Oakhurst
hhkMOakhurst
M. titOakhurst

~L bt5Iand 2. Oakhurst


OWNER


2 13

2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13


Unknown .....


Unk .ow ... ..........
HowardR H................
Shatied Hery ............
Unknown .................
IveyLula .


Unknown


McKinneyGP ..........
McNeil Ben..... .. ..


Thomas N E....
Unknown...........


Mathis Tempa ......
Unknown ...... ...
Porter Mrs Clara .
Dixon Ella .....
Farnall Randal.....
Farnell E L...
Unknown ......
Unknown
Johnson C J .........
Unknown ..... .........
Unknown ............
Moten Carter.........
Unknown ....
Unknown.......
Sherman Herbert
Green Walter .... .
Allen Thoas... ...........
Williams AC........
Patterson A R
Houston Ed
Washington Warren.
Harris J E .
Marshall WUlie..
Jefferson Ida ..........
Brown H A .................


Porter Mrs M A
Newman J B
Unknown
Unkown.
Unknown
Stafford J E
Stafford J E
Unknown ......


Manker C J
Rbbin & MeCGhee........


23 2 13


White Mrs S A


Helvenston B W ....
Helveniton B W..........


Helveniton B W


2 13
'2 I:


Mays G G


Helvenston B W.
Helvenston B W
Helvenston B W
Helvenston B W......
Helvenston B W
Marshall Alonso.
W'hitehurst J A
Williams Garvin ......
Livingston Jack .....
Johnson Alice
Blackshier Elsie


Randall Joe ...........
\\W illiam Emory
MeKinney Henry
Shtcklefurd C C .........


Law Smith ..... .
Stephens Mrs Bessie
R#dding Betty.........
Unknown ...
Lawrence C .....
Reese Sallie
Juones Luisa.
Everett Gus ..
Williams John
Taylor Mrs M L
Live Oak Mfg Co .


MeFarline O D
Scarboromugh Lester
L'nKnown
Sunday Morning Band
Jones Robert
Tumpkins W S
t'nkno .-n .. ..
Pete-son R H ...
0 PlattHJ
Jories Robert


Will ami Ed 1L
Andrews PTI
Powi~el A
Tummonzi W F
BryionJ W.
Hlumphreys S C
Hiumphreyz. S c
Thamason F E &- Co
Elmore He~r,, Lula
Fudge Luisia
Kent'dy Henry*
0%%en.,IHenn-
Heivens-ton B .
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15

DESCRFMION OF LAND



n w .0.... ... ... ......... ................ ........... 6
470 984of W14...........................

Eh ofvw................................ .
4 w3 7 w^ of an6 .......................................... 3
4 i ofnw t ... ............ ................... 2
4 B O o -f e ...... ...... .... ...................... 2
S Io f n............ .......... ....................... i
SE o f2 .... ........... ... .............. ............
w o f ni d ............. 4.. ......................

10a Sofne sid of ..of. ------2
2 33 Se of g Was. 10f. w e ........ ............
S O f 5 ;1 O W ... n w d, % .....................
2 3 8% of no... ........... ...................................
3k in o nw1 e. ............................................ 3
,38 N% ofS aW of u4,Was. la. ....................... 3
3. 4 n sideof ne a e of ne-L ......................
4 7 U a sideor nL of n ........... ...............
N e of w ........ ........ .......................
8 63 Sek4of swo4andsw% of We.L........ ...
S x of meIi .......... .. ..................... ....
3, i 3 aof nevand o 4 of se1....................
e+4 N e of nw', ........ .. ...... .... ................
63, SNkofae ,IandoW n of nw% a isv.W of
6 63 4 o e (...... .. .- .. .. .. ............... .. .. 21

12929 fW &dst fsk
16 2D W I o w nds'. o W
-3 01 wN4of n& lande'ss of w.. ...............

3, 08 S w,.+of ,,+ t Im 0a ne c r.. ... i............
13 8 NW4 of nL4................... ...............
1000 Sw2 lof 20 in ..D ... ............
S N, wi of nw .d of ....... ........
4 0 N i ofne'4o ..f-.. .......... .ne'
4 e0 of ne'i lam swl4 of cr* .
1 Nwt4 lm 6 .13a e side of w. o f nw; i.....
1 5o 7 0 N e ... ... .. .

1 2,! N w4 + of nw '% .... ....... ... .... ............
8 NE ofne ...............
9 W 53 E of and of .......................
9 4 e sideof n w of n ...............


W S w ^ of swL ..,.. ...... .. ..... .... .....
7 N1 L.Nof SW44
9 E8 ofD= ne fSW o 1fSW ...............
2 03!| EL2 of nw'...... .... ..
*^iaesideofnw'~ofnw" .


2 A A in nw cor of swt, of ..............
1 3 Sw% of se and wt of se4 and se' of
.5 s e ta .. ....... ..... ... .... .... ......
.o 3 N; t of ne*, and saw of ne1s .....................
'lot 6 bloek 0 WilmartB ...
16 50 Frac nw7i
18 50 a t ~ ot .. .. .... .. .. .
S I Fr l2 l.ot 5...... ... ....
3 8lot.)
9 641
13 5 I n'. of nw. i .. .. .. ......... ....
S 33 nLj of swI6 ...... .. ........ .......
7 nw l& ............. .
5 70;,lota2.3.6and7 .......... .
i nw l, of nel- ... .. .. ..
1 25 ,! lo t 1 ... ..... .................. ............
1 w 1ofsei .. ......... ...... .. ..........
4o 13 all i of r r................. ... .
nw l. and st .. ......... .. ....
40 13 nw1s and nt.- of sw'i and ses of Sw .4
n'. and n'-., of swti .......... ...
ek7ofsw1 and tIof e .....
.2 a2Se1 of selandsw ,of ne% ..........
I n w ........ .. ... ..... .... .. ......
13 a8 S a nendofw k of swt .. ..........
SSW 4 of SW ............................
1000I frtionfet. .... .........
1000 $ta in necoof se1t ..........


S 7 nt. oflot 6 ......... ....... ...
S 13 net1 of net4 and e'- of nw'i of ne' .......
... 0 3.a ne cur of e4i of se ............
SneL4 of nw L4 ........ ...... ..
S all in county ... ....... ...... .........
62 all block E. Lauraville ....... .
all, leas lots 1 and 2. block F. Lauravilie..
0 0 i NI. of lot 2 block 10 Luraville.........
la lot se depot Luraville
lot 3 block 12 Luraville ...........
...... 4
... 4sU
4 U>
3 us ,


0
6
7
R
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NOTICE

3 Not ice is hereby given that the following described bad will be sold at public aucti oa the
4 2ndday of Auudt. A. D. 1909. at the City Hall. or so much thereof u will be neemry to pwythe
amount due f,,r taxes herein sot opposite to the name, together with the oait of such m ad duWr-
S tising.
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CI. acre* bd n by Sperring and Pars&iy,
e by Johnson and Remintoa so by King.,
Blackbumrn. Panhley, and w by Sperini
2 acre lot bd n. eandw by Paraebley and
so by alley ... ................... ... ...
lot 6x381 ft. bd n and w byJohnson. e
by Parshley and so by alley............
2 acre lot bd w by Msc line. soe. and w by
a lley ........ .......... .
lot 35x300 ft. 18 acres bd n by see line,
e by corporation line, so by Evans and w
by Parshley and Remington .
lot 150x207 ft. bd n by MeLeUllon. e 1w
Frazier. so by Lord and w by Martin
2 acre lot, bd n by Sperring. e by Mc-
Cleland and Martin. so by Parhey and
Johnson, w by sec line.................
1 acre lot, bd n by Parshley. e by John-
son. so by Munerlin and w by aec line.
lot 50x16 bd n by Simmons. e by White
Estate, so by Masonic Hall and w by sec
lin .... ........ ...
lot 1^x258 ft. bd n by Maonic Hall e by
White Estate, so by howlin Hal, w by
sec line
lot 156xIS ft. bd n byGodden and Parsh-
ley, e by alley, so by Zanders, w by sec-
tion line .
I. lt 65xl9 ft. bd n by White Estate. e by
Thomas. so by McGee st. and w by John-
1h acre lot, bd n by alley. e by Simpkins.
o by Lewis. Johnson. Hilman. Thoma&.
Adiini and Simkins, and w by alley
I acre lot, bd n by Duaniel, e and so by
Parshley and w by Dickison
2 am lot, bd n and w by Bradfield, e
and i by Parshley......... ....
lot 7?x2.4 ft. bd n by Parshley, e by Liv-
ingston, a by McGee st and w by William
lt 75xA4 ft, bd n by Parshley. e by
Moore. so by McGee at. w by Willis
I acre lot bd n. e and so by Evans and w
aley .......
1F acre lot. id n by McGie st, Burke
and McKinney, so by Evans. e by Burke
and w by Brown
l,,t *x1& ft. bd n by Brown. e by JAner.
-; by O'Neil and w by alley
lot 0x160 ft. n by Whitehurst, e by
J0 iner. so by Williams and w by alley
i.,t 5WKxil ft. bd n by Strother. e by
Evans. so by Morris and w by alley
h.t i.xl175 ft. bd a by Muoseley, e by
Evans. so by road and w by alley
IIts I1 and 2, block A. Henderson addition
kt .:. block A. Henderson addition
v..of e'., lot 7. block A. Humphrey'i
addition .
lot 4uxl:,19 ft. in lot 4. block A. Haim-
ph.-ey's addition, bd n by Taylor. e by
alley, so by Burnett. w by Joiner
hkit 4 ft lot 4. block A. Humth'rty'


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(^*i iterih. fttt' m. Jl tihe..- .. MzI1 ft. hi s y Cmm.rWteby
B5B^ ^. m?-I k.w I!Mk M fa Bl lt~w hyvhi.
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I ? WMtat Et .......... l.. fftbimby nker eby White

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Whi m U 0 B soa by WNWtlEstate and .


,*SsS .b Suw Nih ........... y .lsekwe.l
lot U Zf ft. ib a aw Howaidte by
^il^^fe'''Jdsy, .-~byPf-ly, wbyDowbug..
,yfK?~ aney listat 8aurlot.adbiubr(nd, yrdand buy.
"A *iN ,0*~ a J **OII s o by White.
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e .o A1Uth smd lhBytael. and w by
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^^(ffil^ W... 1^ lB .t 8V ^t ........... .B..B... ............... a.@H~vnw
dd IV Bdmb.. lot tx ft. hd a by BhCmburn....br
Roblwmm w& y aru s md Hardee...
I ww k ............ d Umbr .......... .
' KdBT. B W Bfmtm tm.......... iot fwtJl f m ide Helvmiatmi
JPbU .. bmaby tkbul NBd. by White,
Z'" nl by Bra- mdw byBKlat
l--t, ,j .BB ,.B B'.t........... lol 9ft bd uby He stona ae. e
'i.-*^1bv* .i i nb ib by_^-^ by IK iaB me by Canner. w by Ohio
*M W ...... ........... ............
g CoMe, Cbds B W Bdlton e xI1 Pft.i bnbisConnersdO'Hara.
I*; a hmN. .. 'UM ea A eb yr ................., .
t-.p I ^ SM V x ziSft. bd aand ma Howrdston.b
._M n aI rby uwudebyDsowlirn.s
I t .. .. p,,s toL wBua .............. o. oL b B.by BCooa.. e
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M dbt DO l e byPmelotBL
,ff at I Wmbhv .......... M MxlM ftk. Abd a b by Con .st.
m _V1 CmahH wa Hd am ......M. ard Bee..n-
,so by ...obd ave dmw w by K ia n
f r Ci = p Thl e n ....... ....... lot x ft."'bl eB, bd.n and w by
i *_ P-~ike bsy byd. BO by Howard bt.
A L M b................ ... ..........
2 W Holtenstom ............. le 5tU ft. block D. bd n by Conner at.
1 Ieby am sts. byby yrd and Tillmyan wy
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8V b M I W E= ..................... t8x ttbdaod o H n s ot n
I .LW---- Paa"yE-tate ..lotI50xl70. bydow and by Conner st.eby
I .. .. .. .............T a ad Pah y. m by Howard at
iyU sma.Mtd .el r I env.dtO ..d.byW.hte_.... ... ...
S-I ,a l. --_-_.a. I i a .... .. ot Sf70 it, b .o .. D,. bd n .by Conner t. .












l-kI khv I M h f m v to ikeen .........k Sudw. Iotk.. ........ .. .......
WUI5W.U.IW.S 1. a..SPIMIY heV ew by....... obit. a by owr t.2 andk ..b
Id thmeg.w bW k PIahIyEstate .............. lot 4W4x0 ft. block aC. bdnby Conomner t.
IkbOIL tbt j rDro doe e by rt. ma by Howard w byS
i~i'fty~ldi9'Wt~Th 017Ol MrsMary A Porter...... lot 13lSalTxO it, block D. bd nby Con-
nrdo~tkubflo karIld'sHer-, nertSer0h1e utfo by Hovad at,
S*-- -ta it W Y Parley Etate ......... 150150 ft. b ock E, bd n be Howard
S5rJ~i at ehypqrfl churchtma by scooi~w
SL 8baSdmaMe [s.Co. P..yE..tate.........a.of bock o ducribed above.t
^ ww jwviinri VM. 0x10 f iBM~tBWet Corncr..
,, i~i-Parshicy Estate .. .lot 20Ut. block G~bd a b Byrd, Mc-
I mt I. WW. soU bayo ecatiso fby ihd

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SPaUeyEtate ................ lot tA ft. black G.bd by Howanrat
d "t"ie h b Byrd.om bya lety. w byMcCuller......
.I d 10. B Ik pnariAloryEstate ............... loa ft.bloek'Gbdnby burnettre
St a u ll it ...by. nReat. ao By a.nty otandB w by
','y w I a .. I i .. ......................
QW ed Wt e a ) ull l t E .................. t5x ft. by lot. eby Pine
,Pa m by H at e wk in vi by Pas rshlet.
aJ WhteEatate............... lot 8x ft. block G bd n by Citiens.
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a ....... .. by a de ....... of e of 2...............
AII a u tbe ote t aE- Hrae ...By.. .......r..... ,fo 7 1.f. ..byo

pmd0 ui a abrt time aMd ipauey Estate.v. lots7,8 and S. blockai
UatMA AI BdWNG I SayAy h ofe andlot2.................. ..lock1
7kKW Q W wU te....... .. .... lott7 250u1 ft. block D, fronting Pine st.
t.0& i so te larger bdya bypai lyHw by Pauhdy. aso [y
SAdre BOs 62, Jack Eta.................. lot l87b50 ft block Lbdenb by Wuari
Is to me 4W ym Fand Whiteb y i Ohio avby so by Cch1d1twb
__.... and w y tf.lok ................Pa. hley..

h Estate entiueblock L. les lot 66x140 ft on w
06^^ &P Mt 4( UL MW CUY Ws NaryMe Aorted...... lot 221x171 ft block bdn byStaffone
i to ke* RaftW Her- n eby Churchrtm byP ackbeL w byaRice
IP l y tate Entireblock ..........................
VJ---I~a ----lA 1 Pttaktey Estate........ all ofjlock Olews3lotaonBB id as de-
i.p* ^.-*-_ a* %k it *-awm iPakhkyyEstate lot. 154x2 ft block Q. bdn by Johns st.
iM~tll~iri M Mat I e by lthian, Foony Williams. Hildrethw
"mt$ J s by Human mndwby Orange at.
Abese^ ^^^ ^^y Imasedat .... EntireblockSR..........
Estate ..... ...t Iweo......... all of block Tiems one acre n v cor.
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w il Faribl Estae.ord. .. ....... relot 2 Me d ft block knad b ydN
R ** I c -- 'a te .u Entire block s bW
SALE P'uahwEstate..... ...... all of b.ockW oeh lot deGcrbed below
p- ........... Bte............... f l c X ............... ..... ...















S* s_ ..i.t..... .......... lot.F..n. corblock X
i l..4. Mm I ESTOawrte.et 1ae... l.otbnd by Dexter. e by George
B m ae. so by Deral stand w by White


il -l-ai dI wI k WL cIc S......C.C hS.k.ord lo..... t 5ox3 ftbd n by MceClan, e by S M
d .Band. by Dexter.............
It 11 1 a A M Sunday Mornint Band ... lot 5Oxi2ft bd n by Belklemy, e by se
___& lim sne, so by Dexter. w by Shackelford
Ni I EmBelmny. ................... lot 50x16 fti bd by McClellan. e by sec-
himb".Ip m$b pbjm tion lise. mo by Shaekelfo. % by Me.
w iO Clelar aCe..... .................. .........
McC Heirs ..... H..... 200x210 ft bd m by Whitehurst, e by sec
r^J line, so by saekeiford and west by Me-
G eb ee ................. ...... .. ..........
S AM d d Be 6be e Tampa Mathis ... lot 106x= ft n bd n by Harris, e by Me-
J Clellanso by McGee and wby Hamilton st
N Cod 6W e Ia for A Whitehurst Sr ........... lot 170z250 ft bd n by Lewiu. e by wec
a M iMi 'line. soby McClellaa and w by Harms
SS Alonso Mahall ......... lot 5WOx0 bd by Live Oak Mfg Co, eby
tt a q-t. Cu action line. m by Broward Davis, w by
M al to:i: kam i Hamilton t....................
..A 60 JBNewruan ........ lotT 1x241 ftbd n asd m and w by Sper.
R NU ff ring"andebyHamilto st...
i lUknown .......... lot 39 block B Dilioa add
JW Kim............ lota46and 47 aad 48 block B Dillmn add
F WPFaraeU................ lota 30 and 31 block C DiUlion add
a ll v iUskn ..o.. ............ lot 33 block C Dilolkn add ...
] p DJCar.er ota. 16 ad 17 block D DOQion add
J* J akJ..3 lot 19 block D illion add
AlumBro w.......... lot 20 black D Diliom add
Fa"................ lot 21block D Dillom dd
i n Whi~ktarker ..... ots 22and 23 block D million add
U ......................... .ot W tand Vbloek Z Dillionadd
Olomr Woam--..................rnlot$28 WekeI Diffio .add.


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Unknown lots 3 and 4 Block 7 railurad adti
Unknown ... lot 7 Block railroad add
I W Wfiliams ...... lots and 9 Block 7 railrtd add
Unknown lots 10. 13 and 14 Bik'cK railroad a,:,
I L Hops lots 15 and 16 Block railroad add
Unknown luot Block. railroad adi
A M Dudley ..... let 5 Block railroad add
iH Swain lots ; arnd 7 Block k railroad lad,
Unknown !ot Block *. railroad add
R W Willia"a lot IA. Block 9. raiiruad add
A A Thomats lots 17 and 1-. Block .4. railr e s.:
UnknoI n lot 1, Biock 10. railroad aid
-'rknokn lt 1. Black i',, railrtatd addition
.Unknol n lots I. '2, 3. 1,. 5 and '. ilck 2 .- ...
Unknown lot 7. Block 1'. railroad add
UnknoWn lot .. Bl!(,ck !2. railroad addM
.Unknown .... ... lot 10. Block 12U. ruijria a'.,
Unknown kt 11. Block 12. railrin John Cheesettorough 2 acre lot, Bd n By 7th st. ;
;. By Airth. "" By Hildroth nji add
Unknown -. acre lot. Bd n By i'-.jnr .
SBy: Airth. v. By MI&d l*t,
Unk-r n 1< 1. ilddreth .rxl add
1 ackson ,ot .5, Blck A. Coll*-gt .:-.,
lenry M1ti..v i',t i4y. lock P. Collk.c Hc .-.'
rhemas Alien kit 3. Bilk C. Coilew ?i.lh..
da ,leffer..on .uLt 9 and MI. block ('. C .!. :...
A Gnrmes it :, Block D), Colle^ nvg'.-
H G Adams lot 1. ih.ck E. Collece iFe .-.
Frank Sherman 'ct ,. .'lock E. College fle W '>
lurBet Sherman klt 3. block E. GCllege Hre.,t-
Unknown k.Lu I and 2. block C. Cl,,.,' .


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JohlaJacksamo ..... ... .lots '2. 'id4oeA II..1-
C J 1 a n a ..... .. ......... i m 6 O d 6 Ibl o d K ................. .
G LCJManker n.................... 7d 8 block 34.....
GLIanker --. heoa~mmdgblock3
ColOddFellowHA lot9tioe 34..........
Wi Robinmsam .... .. lot10 block 34
John Jacaksoi n.lota 11 and 12 block 34. .. .......
Miaa Manker lot 53vixm ft aw cor block 39
JA Maker ... lot S 0xl ft. block bdn by 7thM t. eby
Edward, so by C J Manker, w by How-
ard sit .. ... ... .... .
Mary Edwards lot 115x115 ne cor block 39
Cora Manker lot 75x115 ft block 39 bd n by Edwards, e
by Hoastonst. soMhool. w by J A Manker
C J Maker lot 125ix block 9 bd a by Manker and
Howard, e by school, so Moe a d w y
Scrvanst......... ..
MeAuley lot 50x160 ft nw cor block 4.
Peter Jackson lot 70x106 ft ne cor block 31
Ed Davis ..... lot 70x106 ft block 41 bd n by Rountree, e
by Reeme. so by Gm: w by Tillman-
WilliamGear lot 70x1 Oft block 4 bd n by Tilnman. e
by Tio. so by Cobb. w by Sereven st
RobtTaylor .2 lots 70x106 each ne car block 42.
Tom Davis 1 acrein n* wrblock 42-
Wax Hall ...lot 2 block 43
JoeJohnson lot 70x06 in nw corblock 43..
Max Hall lot 70x1065 ft bdl n by Hankins. e by Hous-
ton at. so by amese and w by Cboper.
block 43.
Sam Morehead xW106 ft 'd n nyReese. eby Houston st.
so by section line. w by. Reese
M A Idlett l. ota 3 and 4 block I CarrollU add
DDDixon ..... lot 5 block I Carro ladd
Robert Keywest......... lot 1 lock 2 Carroll add
R M Marhall. e lot 2 block 2 CarroU add '
S B Dubinion ex lot 2 block 2 Carroll add
CYotnm lot 4 block 2 Carroll add
Smart McDaniel lot 5 block 2 CarroUll add
Smart McDaniel lot 6 block 2 Carroll add
Denis Greyhmm lot 4 block 3 Carroll add
Denis Greyham lots 7 ad 8 block 3 Carroll add
Denmia Greyham lot 2 block 3 Carrol add
Jerry Young lot 14 block 3 Carroll add
lerry Young .. hlot 17 block 3 Carroll add
Charie Williams lot 12 block 4 Carroll add
J F White Estate 2 3-4 acres bd n Humphreys add and Col-
Una, e by Irvin st, so by Reese and w by
Walkerrt ..
R J Holloway lot 1 block A Humphreys add
HHMcNeil lot 2 block A Humphreys add
Parnell Heirs lot 3 block A Humphreys add
Gee Benton let 6 block A h umphreys add.
Charlie Moore lot 7 block A Humphreys add
N E Thomas lot 8 block A Humphreys add
H R McDonald lot 9 block A Humphreys add
I S Whitehurst Sr lot 10 block A Humphreys add
Frank Connerly lot 2 block A Humphreys add
Unknown. lot 14 block A Humphreys add
Charlie Moore lot 15. block A. Humphrey's add
WG Stuart lot 16. block A. Humphrey's add-
J S Whitehqrst. Sr lot 17. block A. Humphrey's add
Frank ConTriy lot 18. block A. Humphrey's add
N E Thomas lot 20x21. block A. Humphrey's add
Ben McNeil lots 6 and 7. block P. Humphrey's add
Robt Keyweat lot 9. block B. Humphrey's add
Will Robertson lot 10. block &. Humphrey's add
R Thornhill lot 11. block B. Humphrey's add
H Wricht... lot 12, block B. Humphrey's add
Ben Mathis. lots 13 and 14, block B. Humphrey's add
Israel Whitehurst, Jr lot 15. block B. Huomphrey's add..
Lula Ivey lots 17 and 18.& block ISB. humphrey's add
Charlie Moore lot 19. block B, Humphrey's add.
W L Simpkins w 2 of blot 20 bock B. Humphrey'sadd
I Bobo el of lot 20. block Humphrey's add
Rosa Ro"inson lot 21. block B. Humphrey's add
B J Baker lot 24, block B. Humphrey's add
B J Baker ...... lots 27 and 28. block B, Humphrey's add
Henry Sheffield one acre lot. block B, Humphrey's add.
I'd n by Robinson, e by Irvine sL. so tLy
Thornhill
Jack Hunter Estate.. lot 2 and w 7of 3. bkck I. Pine add
Robert Hicks- lot 1. block I. Pine add
Israel Whitehurat lot 4 and e4 of 3. block I. Pine add
Harry Thornhill lot 5. 1'lock I. Pine add
J DR MLe .am lot 10. block I. Pine add
EM Green lo 160x320ft. d n by 7th st. e t-y Walk-
er st. so by 8th st. w y Green
Mary Clement lot 124x72 ft. I'd n ty 7th st. e ty Clem-
ents. so y Green. w by sec line
E M Green 4 acre lot. N n by 7th st. e Oy Grtvn. so
by Sth at. and w by Clements
Lewis Washington lot 14',xi5) ft. se cor tiildreth add
W S Thomplins lots 1. 2. 3 and 4. block A. Hildreth add
M M Higgins lot 1. block D. Hildreth add
O H ',yrd lot 5. block D. Hildueth add
W S Simpkins lot 3 and 4. block E. Hidiretb add
J L Stokes lot 5, block E. Pildreth add
Geo P McKinney lots 7 and 8 black E lildrth add
Mrs Lula Wlliams lot 15 block F Hildreth add
H E Delegal lot 7 block G Hildyeth add
C J Mchee lota 3 and 4 block H Hildretin .id
T H Davi lot 13 block 7, ftidreth add
W N Walker ....... lot 2 block I |lildreth add
Luranie Fielder lots 7 and block I Ilildreth add
Unknown lot 5 block B R mbinson add
Unknown lot 6 block D Robinon add
L L Bailey e'K of e-., of 'ot 1. block 1. Rrbin.'<.n *.d
Allen Love lot 1 block L Robinron add
C W Oliver 1 acre kit in nw cor of s*,ctK'n 23. to', n-
ship 2, range 13 e. bd n and v. by seC ;.ne
C W Oliver 2 acres bd n by Oliver. e by R'bhins. n d.
.o by C Unknown........ lt. 1 and 2 Block I rmdruad add
John W Ttoke lot 4 Bklok I railr'.d add
Unknown lots 1 and "*i B]Ot .' railriadd a
[ .! Peak lot : iBock uln. dadd
Willie Evans lot 4 Block 2 railr,.d .1dd
Unknown lota 7 and Block 2 railroad ,td


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