Title: Suwannee Democrat
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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 30, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00570
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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Sw wbu was inthe city the tfrst of
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R D. Gaylord a prminent young W. L McGvor, ofSut Fe. via
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Parents.lof Ms. McGregor's pmmts Mr. Wad
Mrs. T. S. H&dm. b!J* 31 at It LI
P. H. Lewis. of Suwanne, aW the; i C'WL
honor of mentingC to the Democat t: ES lo"i ama Mrtin. of Hilt, G.,Gm.
year the firt blof open cotton. We who W b the haom rad SW ameff*iJ., ttom Q;
rece it b y m ia o nM i uSr Ji m E d o h m e for the pa ot w e& 1 9 isth k S1 d C
wil return Frhy. much to the --A 0 U9 AN
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mw of (Ub ad Fewer Prive S.. G n"sWO
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wtwn ww, % cotta bumn mW
SWhtWfAc4 aMs4rnm fruf ltheCo-
we gwwwn. So their ad ehberm
m %OdaYs lsemoent.
hb Harrb has r"iWd his poutim
w*it hL 0.. P. & G. mnidold
aw hoe wiod the poitio oftrfI
u m ad nd hor for the Suwavme
iev md Whit. Spins Railrod Co.
Mr. Name is an er ie mced raikrw
mmmd a very clever gentleman.
riley-$ sparnmmt Gum %uwan-
we Drvit Co.


It may have rained frog last Friday
mrht. but we doubt it. Anyway,
womewtne during the night we had a
hoer of ram, or frogs or something.
and Saturday morning the ground was
fairty covered with little frogs and
they were as lively as could be,jump-
in here. there andW everywhe.
School books and supplies at Cook's.
Dr. W. M. McRae came down town
Monday with hi face ali aglow with
that smile that won't cowe off. He
ims mqurfn !fr the census taker.
stating that the p~iatKn of Lve Oak
ha betr mecresed aa he desirmd to
ha\rit srith'n Lmemte.del qpon the
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Ut ;r.rr :"I~r t hcrr treatment


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rw heoe b.&N OWe am. w p w b e

A aEf hao tb" per i A twbCtr%
%.Vllw tw At webaO .
U"i t"k oatled eOm tb. vubq.Ow" mmk w~
of the p Nils, mto br4e ___i w sow as
mity aW uIa ae we a6im phuo sid ( W9 Ib
mto nwthe maw u bm besAhm of
winth the pWmnpr nhetmuu md 6t' Wm ~lk gb UNW
within a mey sor awn umettecr evisia w7pd In
wil be put a. w"Sms
te sl V" i todw g b *of
H- H. Browaarrk of the HsarU m L L &M ad O Ji
Hardwae storeathe baip am in -u- u-- mi bIVof
'stem mat"eS aU on ommt of thW IWs am h b ms in5, wIl
Store eavinva & b ov at his ho me big bJ~mha r & alm4W
We&Wsdy, JuY 2 8,which happen
to be Mr. romw's &kb birthdy. H. Nicem wa Od*i. m si&
eL I;, ,.*,-. OnA MAY


ites ire c"woniuui.
child are ding nicely.


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You can for a bmited period purths
from u the median e oa need Lr
positive ittea grwatee ( co
purhase price if ywiu are at w t
satisfied with the beefite s c
Suvanee DOru Co.
James Caso, an old cities of this
county. died at his home in Suwrmee
county Wed vda of last wee of
paralysis. His remains were brought
back to this county a wburid n Pm .-
pect cemetery. He had mar friny


Mr. .iniMmsL W. Inind
Haeadew N. CN.C. an b dI
gas"o tft thir hwi, L C. C
Coo kad %wmkL. Mr. ud N.
rnemWe h re city md suf v"

to make this tbhe horn.
Thesis,.Rambl ad baheIf
thoghtar, Ie Fhni F d Ma

Ramadais dbtskmMimi M go
&ad Mr C A. Hard..Mr. UM
ms retired ihow but AnFolu


m this county "~ tWill regret to 1m k :
of his death. -Jasper News. i ten for wwaI kyL
James Reeves sws m the city the! Wa rw& &y am km e clued a ae
ifrst of the week 6he guwt of CoL Fu Wof 230wmu d mwo mm b ob
W. Butler ani fnmd. Hi' brigt lkt- : tOD V. Grow od bwf
tie wdaWhte. Miss oAps. who ad!wo isbuymgfor tk er mU
betm %sitmg her cVeSM Chraum d Joe !tw CON*(' d tw eq .. 1 -
Butler for the ag month rvtuwud mimenrm mme a"kt 7 b
hoMe With im. wemaninedby b httim wite he beFad em the m b
Mwi mra&d Kit Joe rJwf-ilbe amall hodiurmdu *s WOnw
thea guests for a few tru aeti gettfrfl

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man il i g. y-.u AI : d!hat
,-;r l'i-rch Fi-n~tunc *,ht~
iind that ;is nrtesart ronmatk
thet e v w thyt vvrzh
this weather c1rnCpht'-. A -',r


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Porch Rockers, Porch Shades, Set-

tees, Hammocks and Porch Chairs


The Newly Married

coupl" wrill be abie to tb'"
that dollar the fuwtct k a ta e


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-m niftyat
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@NNW at the U" Oak Post.Ueas
inmi~e~matter.

Itb leda atr "ped istbhi-
it a bm m nowbriAk boms


Um Oa ki tM i b little aitinhe
b e am U Oa Dkemorat
hW fteb the be big eity.-P-
h 94o That ammds good

TOW "Um 9001" a takr hin oow
g ome-im aeIbb t6e h in this
uponwabm b bowhmthe golnrmina
bdU w Sh mm Wmd fw and m

dobfts m m that time wti
ho assam by te im


Km p-~iF- w the fOl-
d"" i sm ms: tomese
d pq 11pm Con Decease D in
U emU e 76 per ent.


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hbma a e mmtiv. mi al a bh e



e alr wm p f ea nri or fv. at iw --j -
86W UM SpotOR TJi 4 M
ia, is d---- d ad ThG../ILa TLOO ann: o

tio t A tif i f M r frlivw. udtL entaide ad the wrog ids

S-OMM ywea the xrigt ske whe you pm
"Cq to l hm"i th of jmi But beft e you bother
th e dq in thhin 9W ab the matter at an figureonwhebe-
th ~ inm tdt erit's m affair of yours to give am
imm" i m an glod tomeit A MC es are that youara
imb of goodfarmmwhohadmu meddfaigs mterfeo id n tte
to theitin d engaged in the mer- -a fconstitted, nn-,ona d jmry
aet ie bwmur working at trads foae.
am avi g to move baek to their See to it when you chase the dcickem
frms this fall After a year ors out of your neighbor's garcn that yo,
bst in an elort to find something bet- yourself, don't create more havoc by
ter tha farm life they have become li d throwers.
uy convinced that the Sawaind your own businem. If youhave
coaty farmer is the hppiest one,it needsall the attention you can
and most" -pI t Bmainthewholeie it. If you find that vou have any
try, nd it will take some imghty attention to spare ou need a new sort'
strog srgment to comince them that of buanesa
te is any other occupation "just asiemo
It IAdft advice is like lending mon e
rd" ra. -it detroys vemy other friendship. A
still toague is a multitude of virtues.
The board of trade of Braidentown Get oat of the habit of making other
ha mrpo"tda committee on public people's be& Keeping your own com-
advrtiinM, and the Maatee River fotble is a good-sized life-task.
Journal als on the pbtic-spirited citi-I %e man who shots off his mouth
N of the town to ostribute the 'and kills a good name deserves as much
MneceUs fm ds. Now is the time to pmium.t as that other type of price
begin preparations for a spirited cam- idot who shoots off gun without no-.
pign of advertising of commmii tiies wher it's pointed. The fact
that dere to imre their population that neither one knows "it is oaded"
by the addition of good citizens Such do'tbeal the hurt
cd w promise to be more fruitful next "See. hearad speaknoevil" is one
arttham ver before. -mesUnioan of the first lessons implanted in the


lai thatwt

bmn benudi WI

wnedy, for wo do


TAKE


It


N.Y.,


Y!L IOUfRAI XO MWI S 4 TM, "a
yams I suffered with the tura m of k i mdg
withmOt relef. I bw paisall myb*ad a I
mot sit up. AtIt" I mokCu( imnI
I hbve told man lattim shunt (vy dw &W uima
uuam Try iL
AT Mt AM -


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Sctin mf-awn i -M twep thgoodwor going. Tbi more mi n of a Japanese child.
e 3ff U)lp aor 0 eOnty jailed townsthat enter ito the advertising
'u Sm -two Jean u Book de-propiti 4 the greater the attention THg HOME.
pu W hbbr inrceadS:d there will be centered upon the state. TO TIE N S OF R A.
\ P -Dd ear& Each town will get its due share of the i The followig from tross
eighty millions of people who ought t I Herald contains "more truth than poe-;
eigh," millions of people who ought to! .
see the advertisements. -Orlando Re-poetry:" 'God never made anything,
0 q m t Mmd ipteU T-Sa. closer to a man's heart than home. Soi|
w-e t Mot Noo C e 50cum an- indelibly impressed is it upon every
i t M i nMd M n tht fibre of his being that the vilest, most 71
^e. rn .i t eotn ned in tis Tampa is going to have the state dissolute wretch that breathes will give DR. T. A. BAILEY will discontinue bi
4 ?f T ly with a tdm a fair and the pony races, anyway, and a wistful sigh and a look of longing:
M is be brld. The Us" of we are mighty glad of it. The Demo- i upon the appearance before his gaze of tO Live Oak until in August, at which ti
st o pi Ipr i thiS cimaty. erat is a believer in state and county homemade a place of inexpressable 4 a t
I AwftC m triit~ yot-KimaM- fairs, as well as a strong believer in happiness and content b the harmon will open an Anticeptic Office similar to t
m bli. Tanpa being the most prgressiveand j dis yed by the household. Itisallof he has in Jacksonville, and it will be
enterprising city in the south -Livei life; nothing compares, nor should de-:
' a lg go bm bam kM I bv Oakt Democrat. We hardly think our strov. none in the State, furnished with all
d fl y r*1jd a. Jacklonville friends will agree to this "The lowly cottage with humble fur-.: equipment. All work will be done
#M W S mater propoitia.-PensacolaNews. Weare nishings and humble surroundings is
SWralVA qV ari *Mtr. .e of )Prct willing to give Jacksonville the equal-nay, the superior a thou- i and guaranteed in quality and w
&jI Cahi in th akiag of credit for being a great city. but when sand tunimes-of the briliiantlh illumined illbe e close. All in ed
a mam .ut is a Mrd h ,it comes to get-up-and-hust!e for busi- Imansion when filled with the pleasing es be All in
N How i fur- be". for progreasienegs and enter- glow of the night of happiness and con- will do well to wait for the opening of
at &M nfttiy u lte ll: priwe Tampa clearly outclasses any tent Where dutv is uppermost har-
ipm ta Pg uaol. other city in the state. They do things money prevails. office, if possible. Watch this space for
na i d ,wn in Tampa. and that city is today I ."Otherwise, there can be no happi- as to where and when it will open.
rowi u and prospering as never be- nes hen a young woman indsshe to here and hen it will open,
I t~ mmrh to tl Tio|i fore. and it will continue to grow so! L1 possessed of the idea that some man I ,
PIN f a we are t &Wr lo U as the citizens pull together and going to marry her for the sole pur- f TT T gT T T M
Uh 4. m res*ta mwt f ork in harmony for the general rood pose of providing for her comfort and
d o_ and up-buiag of Tampa. .pleasure. and no thought of his ow, .
i d PLM --- she would best disposses herself of that \
tlPl ll0.4 pnwi wwmiw ot Tampa is making an effort tv secure'idea at once When a man is at the
$nr -pMm ie teesry for aixtecsa ew unio pasMenger depot and among head of a business he generally ascend- 0I 11 anr u r
Mm m A e mf a factor) is the ledem in the fight is Chas H. ed from the position of apprentice. He M 'KI ii ,
b r a O n acrdm factory. Punta Brown, a man always ready to assist is capable of directing any part of the
EmIL with his presence and his money in any- work. Home needs the same sort of Lumber. SMgagle. IM E intIh
_I thing tending to help the city in which generalship, to make it" profitable in U g PlzIDA
hIt apeas thtat lade Lt'tFle Do he is interested, this we know from ac- happiness, comfort and content. Its LA, W a "p
Stual experience. At a meeting qof ti-,emanager must bemcapable of directing Electric Lights inany part of the city furiWu I
"Md up ly i the ason. He wans in Tampa a few d(s ay o to di minutes detail. The manager if the Residence or Tusiness Houses at a very" ieaoMas b
i ak d h tl ndl far the tatorial 'cuss the manner and means of .ecunng home must be the \wife. The wife is Eleri power D 'n. u fr a
Lo a i wa few ks His okl'tor that city a union passenger depot. picked out frum a bevy of beautiful fr
SB. B wl the Tribune says: "e of :he most in- young women who are luved ff,r them- inmgpUrpOSes,
S hi m i aKapem fa l in Clarude teresti an rs was v quaesdnps se. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders haw q
ii at eafl io Clan e or pithiestrs
t l i for the ex-go- delivered by Charles H. Brown. of the "That is ali. except it is a ritabe cal attention, and all orers promptly iv !led.
Sdst Tampa & Gulf Coast railrua&i. M".h!an that some young wom-,nft WC wifIv' you good pices on kw d :
wE ta a mit Yig emnbttion Brown. speaking for this raLahvai. :n themselves to be exce..n: z b 6 urdent toget or lo wc
S yJfa vor of union sttion stated J fheo f nboii t.. tg. Co and r ct our pics.
S Tahifm.-DLand Baord that the Tampa & Gulf Coast szands -


Wile a lire Ok last week,
wa cad at the Democrat, whose
Ippalur editor we wanted to see.
6at to oar sorrow foad him away on
Ib-m. Wie were in part compen-
mted in hi" the manager of the Job
Druateaet, who is a gentleman of
pi-- am cond versation. The
wams m Demorat is one of the best
kmwM aRd oMt iheatial weeklies in
toleM&udoe of the most valued
i- Scom* to our desk.-Fort
Ike&harOb.U


read to help in the matter of building'
a union stationand i wiilli.4 to put m
its pro rata toward the construction
and maintenance of such improvement.
He declared Tampa needs it. and. fol-
lowing this, he spoke of Tampa n.-eed-
ing it as much as Jacksonviiie."


NoitH Io tliw Pubhlc.
Th.s is to let mv friends and patrons
know that I tfhave movvd my ,fi'ces
into the rooms uvr J. C. Baisden's
store, the front rnxrns of which were
formerly occupied by Dr. A. S. York.
With four large ro.',nT at mv disposal.
I am weil equipped for aH! '.inds 0f gen-
- A -r


CoL Appleyard s proposed North erai omce practice.
Florida convention meets with the ap- Swparate consultation roorn. f.r .,n
proval of the Pensacola Journal. which and women. Strictly private. A.- a
would like to see the West Fiorida spante operating room pt-cially
counties follow suit, evidently, for it equipped for operative pIrpVs,-.


says: "The Lake City Index is start-
ing an advertising boom for North
Florida counties, and the Journal


Y >:urs for service.
J. W. WEST.
Physician and Surgeon.


pdets hIe .t Aof iUt w1m W
PLIES IN The SOuTII, BVT S I
VWWN WuDj. OUR oV M ,ig N
siorw TMT va Mvt THOMAN
4 IV. IO N J4 Pji.oKM
AND FULLY


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'IELY- -s T EPII -ENS
IcLY-STEPn~ENSC


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.


SBugies, Mules, Harness,


Whips, Lap Robe,


lR LOAD OF HORSES AND MULES.JUST RECEIVED


Call and See Them.


)n't forget that we


are headquarters for everything in our line.


We


sell at wholesale and retail and can suit you in price and style


nTHE


HINELY-STEPHENS


COMPANY


Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons


Live Oak, Florida


-I


and Personal


nowd md wife wet out to
to c Mobby aftettr-
E- Whimdy mwuniq.
r Cware at cost at Cook's
UIn) ~ bt t easier of
~r nh.Mumd Swmdy
IN&% i* i. Jacksmville:

OW smmt Company

OLILs am ww the city
r ovmft TheDr hub ls"
L~~J sovim week anosrd
pbq~6 0 meat maeth or as

is ths city %tw-
Il to be atmwr uld
.90pwW I* b~ e vvry ater-


at. j Er&as.


F L Dism-, of Htoat,*
O- and mtamer for the
Ku Iaim rtarned Moady
k m hme rhe temd a bg
i t- meeting near that city


Co. Fred W. Buter wu in Jak Miss Abbie Dockworth has
vil a am of day the latterpart of the shorthand department
I ast week Oa Ial business s Southern Busineas College.


entered
of the


he Democrat i a page paper this Miss Verdie Haddock has returned
week, and each page i full of matter from an extended visit with relatives
of interest to the citizens of Live Oak and fries in Georgia.
aWd SGummee county. GG. G. Mays expects to leave Sunday
Smd for Bulletin Stetson College of for Macon, Ga., where has been offered
Law, DeLa la. F a lucrative position, and he may decide


Then has beeo ithtle cam ia t
condition of little Alberta Drew the
pastWee. She is avry ick di
B. P. Coaucman has moved to the
McGriff cottage for thepreat Ad
until he can purchase or rebuild h
home.
The well known Optican. Dr. Rowell,
has returned from Atlanta and is ready


Mr. a Mrs. G. W. Carter of New- to accept it. We would be sorry to I to look after his patients needs in the
iurm wm iB the city Monday, shop' lose Mr. and Mrs. Mays from our city, | way of treatment for the eyes.
piq. Mr. Carter had the misfortune and hope he may decide yet to remain Mrs. J. F. Harrel and children and
to fall from a ladder at his home a few in Live Oak Miss Irene Owens, left Tuesday for
days Wo, painfully but not seriously Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cook, IHenderson, N. C., where they will
mjunag hu on Thursday, July 29, a 10 pound son. spend the remainder of the summer.
St'otta( by the a centsat took's. A glance at Mr. Cook's face as he Miss Vivian Evans, report quite
A J Wrht of P mecammber of e down town told the story. It sick in last week's issue of the Demo-
A J rht. of A erry. member of n yt ol reflected m his face, but the rat is probably some better today,
I' lreut 'm of the MSt te rapidity with which he walked con- (Thursday.)
vinced all that he had another to nro-


4ay to route to iYUI to Attemd
the Se Is[ANW Cott*a gwers' meeting
Of fui line pqV AW' n ne,
A ful" bw pyu" Su w &awe Drug o.


W H rNewman. formerly f this
cOaty but mkM of WilltStm. Levl
coumyt. wu a the city the irt of the
wiea king up h PMinso paperW He
a one of the boys that wore the gray
dunng th late unpleaantne and is
. entitled ato pAseni from the state.


side for. Mother and child are doing
nicely.
Ex-Shenriff Jon Hawkins and little
daughter of Inverness, came up Mon-
day and were the guests of relatives
and friend& Mr. Hawkins still has
considerable property interests here
and has to come up occasionally. He
reports things in pretty good shape at
Inverness and says fishing in the lake
was never better no trouble to go out


_ Hon. Royal C. Dunn. member of the 00 mw L~dt au CaCn iuri to -It? wg
am Pw prescriptions killed at t ine trlnut
railroad commisuwnw was in the city
SMonday en route to Tampa, where on W. L. Daightrv. formerly a citizen
tC. A. Hardee and Mrs. C. Y. Wednesday the commissioners met of this county, but now of Lakeland
S gll ueKai from Mrs. D. E. with the citizens ot that city to "cuss'" f in his city Monday and bought
* ( Ga., two city lots on and discuss the proposition of a new three head of horses from the Hinelv-
k of Ohio avenue, just union passenger depot for that city. Stephens Co.. for his livery stable at'
. L Hardees remience This Fresh line of Bulst garden seed at Lakeland. Live Oak continues to hold
MV U ble piece of property s. her place as the best horse and mule
SatWen wA. ,tuated. o market in Florida and shipments are
IDM iENT-I am bui Nathan A. Williams, of Ci yland. often made from the stables here to
'T-I am buying: was among the visitors in the city point in We~t and South Florida
#@E and paying the highest! lop te V p in West and South Floria.
in Cash for them J. B. Democrat Thereare three big sales stables in
SCash for them. J th a visit. Mr. Williams renewed his all do a good b i-
;.1 subscription to the Democrat and also ness twelve months m the year.
por of the Bapst had the names of Geo. Sapp and Jess twelve months in the year.
Sfied Clayland added to our mailing SALE-A desirable cottage.
t Japer, filled the pulpit at I with excellent garden spot and poultry
il lptist church in this city list. yard; modern improvements- bath room
W-g and evening anct Bicycles to rent at Hemdon's. with hot and cold water arrangements:
abl e and interesting ser- Liesewer well on premises; electricne lights.
m, pastor, was in Lae Live Oak property' is changing hands arWalls nicely papered. Pretty dower
2. Wiy, pastor, was in Lake L is vard in front. Close in--about two
Iarft in a revival meeting. pretty lively now; new families are blocks from Postoffice. Building nearly
s moving to the city and men are here new. Part cash; easy terms on balance.
this the last week of nearly every day looking over the city Appli at Democrat office or on the
410 t at Cook's. with a view of locating. Live Oak is premises. 122 Piedmont Avenue.
V of near this city; R. H known the country over as one of the Burn. to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mc-
SW n and Riley Dor- bt business centers in the state and Cullers on Friday, a daughter, but the
-..----.- u ,. <,,. G. i a healthy and pleasant place in sunshine of love could not warm her


F Um'the Sea Island cotton
b*l 0ot the Farners'
1 r pasu ikelfatei from this
AL


I Te fbewi ra ~

Jwal ad N yL Ga Mhim t (gMte
Cotft**- J w'%vmMilq5"
ft wn a MM Piqol twA ka~hJI
ran bbles ca the aW vamb)
a chraedhblfa pdmg ha m
with chop stdcka New A of
"Know Bern." but web AD adA
kww chop dick, waun pm d
- y wae ht -wa -mMm
than that the eebibuas wife ad*a
eweler auhmh i the rm? ma ev
the pmbeawr had bee rqnums
The pr-m wer'ydd wfh t .
private remark by Mr. Atkimm. ubi
thereby raierved his .ml e d
pointing to the prim, to ~po htb f
Iwumer. An oid thme pperwath
served, aW those who knew w kdlt
Round Dmamqmead as to ha m
-ea their ra badwokad -mm
SYOM, sOrry.
After supper the Ames dinr ed
fMiean eme forth d by Capt. R
ma's little dog with a pipe in bb
amtkt


their home in Valdo-ta Monday after a Besides the club membsan
several days visit in this city th band there were prmmt: M a
their brother, & Gornto They made Mr Jack Whi who have tak a
thetnptoand from Valdosta in Mr. ottae at the SPri, Rev. K V. At-
kism;r J. C. awdam ad Nou
Gornto's automobile, one of the finest a Mrs. J. C B ad
machines ever seen in this city. Ada Me Roberson, guts of the .
Mr. M. E. White. who makesher Am susp hotel;M C e
home with B. P. Coachman, lost all her Blaekbumn and M r Wls Ua
clothing in the fire Wednesday morm- with all of whom the elb wasi
ing. as did her little daughter, Miss share so delightfil an wnig.
Mable, whose home is at the Orphan-!
age Home, Macon, Ga. Here is an op- If you have lott a Ltag half-dd
portunity for the generous and good black hog, apply to J. P. Abbott.
people of Live Oak to lend some assis- or J. W. Wet.s, Live Oak.
tance in the time of need. J. P. AMOT.
, A happy party of Li.e Oak young --
ipeople spent last Tuesday morning at S --IOgS3SOS.i- ISS----,,
the beautiful lakes four miles north
I rf thk 6iru nar the kuhm of MY .i- Em_


mett Wise. and in the afternoon they
drove over to S wannee Springs.
Among those in the party were: Misae'
Kate Crouch, Ethel Randall, Blanche
Grubb, Mr. Clifford Roberson and Mr.
Henry Grant. Mrs. D. 0. Henry was
the chaperone.


GUMARANThE STORE SALE.


This Popular Establihhment to Put O(
Sale August ~ith.


which to live. life nor the affection of parenthood be- Un l nurse, August l ln e uar- i
antee Store will put on a general salei
We are the manufacturers of goods guile her from death. On Saturday and their immence stock of merchan-
that sell quickly. One or two hustling her breath went out like an exhalation has been marked down to Bed-
men wanted to handle same. Good of a sweet fragrant minion of wood- ic
.-I ve.n desirable Darties. Ad- land. and in her stead was left only a l R .. e,. ..


E


A. Masters has leased the Lucas
dwelling in the Helvenston addition
and has moved thereto. TheDemocr,
on behalf of the good people of Live
Ook, is pleased to welcome Mr. and
Mrs Masters back to our city.
Mr. Loame Gormto and sisters, M
Beulah and Miss Flora, retired to


See =our of

SOLID


Silverware
Plated Silverware
Every Piece Warranted.
Beautiful Hand-Painted
Chinaware

CUT GLASS


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hold tbl cus lt dcnflenct of
MAt Ux have th-a


T(; )( )'K IOF' (;1 AIIANTEIE STORE, Ohio Avenue, consisting of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Ladies'
Ie sl( ii (,,',r to I)ay our b 11s, and we have this day decided to throw our entire stock to our frie
Srai.se thl cash needed. In taking stock several days ago we found that we have too many goods w
mteet ,,Ur demands unless we dispose of a Sreat WSof w h ra to do
its way in the world on characterofm
all: Wa ari ot
f ~ftmlll 4SVL~ m


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mw47SI'a'wn, worth s 5.3. nfr= 12
FancY Waiat GmwfjA w.r th 26c. rice
Vavrwy WAU'At G~prol lp'.wfth :frog. .Salleiroce
I'ariey F'..ni'.',. worth Xc. Sulle priee-
fib lot l' ,riii-rivoti' *r l w hit.- o M and coorf
seall. ;.r
,I v 1, it P o, f. re& I # 34; ~Inch 1(14-. %k rt ii

II4 l tO:IIri-si IfiJim M,'ll(Id f r461 0c4 Salte*
A f itwi ll, '14 i-idit v 1inf 4d I) I- t -s s ( ) i,
fI~irll .*rf)UM tVA 1114i t ije11 1 H t hiS Itd t iI V1114-fIIt
14f i I t .1t 14 w ,,ic # b.S
(;(()I Apro3 t ~ i Salew ic.
/I11-irrch W U' k. tc Ia fl, ww-~th 15c(. salf-,ilc
S V I f I ( i dI W I II it I AI' a 0t i i IN%. ) I -lt, I I -i c(
40-i ncIh WhJliteb Ladwn, MjlVciaL sale 1Pri(-( 2.5c.


970
fie
14d-


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Mren'se Drawer worth 75c.
M.'n*% Iwrwwerru. vuith rk.
Md-ti's IDrnAers. worth :Lrm.


Salec price
Salt -rudric&


3re
21c


Bleaching
Yardl-wujid IBIeahings. w'trth N%. Sale price. 7c
Yar-.%- it Iv I lea v Iri?4. wort h Ilk. Sult-
prie se
Yard1-w idoFrii it orthe IAH r lwI.nchirig
1I0' loet#- 84h.*fting. sold ftir 85v. Salte Price '26c
,III sold'for 28v. Salsa price 23c
1',4r 141t'111*pricef1'rom 4c to 9c


Bird seye


Cloth


21- i 4 Id) -I i r1. s'vet ( 1C l oth(1 sold f r $1.1 5.
Cl( llI'm $110


Sale
SRI(.lc


74c


ert wh9te. a prs a48ge
Table UneLn. whit. worth 75r. Sale price 53c
Shoes
(ne of the Ihest and finest lines of Men's and
lAdies' Shoes marked way down, and you can
save from rF) to 100 (er cent on every pair.
Hosiery
Momt complete line of Hosiery in Suwannee
county going during this sale at wholesale prices.
Overalls


Standard Line
price
Best Overalls,


Overalls, sold for 75c. Sale


worth $1. Sale price


Sale Commences Thursday, At


43c
89C


igust 5,


POO- a -... ..-..... .. .
One bMi lot Men's Suits,
price......
One big lot Men's Suits,
price .....
One lot odd Coats at y
Pants that sold for 1.5
Pants that sold for
Pants that sold for $2.50
Pants that sold for .
Pants that sold for
Boys' Clothing at coat.
Noti
Hair Pins, worth 5c. Sa
Needles, worth 5c. Sale
Buttons, worth 6c. Sale
Hooks and Eyes, worth I
Paper Pins, worth 5c. 8


Don't miss this Great Sale. A MIGHTY FACT, $20,000 wo
goods are all this season's effects, and you should consider
approval. Don't be misled by other so-called sales or fooled


r


-th of good, honest
yourself lucky to
in the place.


merchandise


secure


some


to be sold
of them.


at
No


BED-ROCK PR]
goods charged c


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hm Im bm lbr is hr the =at*t to
boy the hl ad vhe 'K7


d ale nda p aaInqertinity
to hboygdeIa a balrw eos.
Be a bad wbamthem maepm &Wa
own- -o of the attactive borgai
Rmumber the date- Aiust d for
n days.


nma! PnUM! PILEa!
iliams' Indian Pile Oiatment
will aur blind, Bleeding and Itchnai
Pilel It aborbs the tumors, allays
itching at oae, acts as a poultice,
gives Intant relief Willams' In-
dila Pile Ointment is prepared for
Piles and Itehing of the private parts
Wold by druggists, mail Sc and $1.00
Williams M'rg Co., Props., Cleve-
ad, Suwmmnee rug Co.

Near HaWm EvdeMee
Looking over the city records dti
pst few days, Mayor Hedry has di
vered that the decrease in drunk
that ave been brought before him i


S-ft9
mhdmd a me
mE" bhbtmodh* ub m -






- F G&re girk n wte h ooA
dy damm!
-im Stea Cobb a ve a pIn t
friday t There a qt e a ie
crowdthre.m She eattae them by
giin thm mme of the beatic
tat ceaM be made, ad thea they
played seral paror am Bet of
a came next and we rgasaid a S
day Wool at this place. Sody at-
teoowe had quite a large attend
ae. I thinkwe wiI have a nie po-


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enth over 300 per cent during
theperiod fmr June 1, 190, to June
SItS other words he gives the
tna tor: Rom Jly 1, 190l, to
* 1, UM tem ame before him as
aW IM a e car of being
im-L rm Jn e 1 9K0, toJune
l1lkittihe urw wa3s
ram Il a M. e sat wil be
bn bky the risreerf the mayor's
m it t a eertaiy a good showing
fotr ry" side of the quoetin.
Ap, he my, the momey derived
m the street t tax sowwrtedto
I MIeb i arty )0 more than
W l ho emb derived from the
on Yem ea m aw your own con-


btowbsW or t the mnak


oHf city '*y" aIs
-mm~ y morally.
huL


doae damag
Ft. Myer


Lee -mty, i which Ft. Myers i


e


is


-e4, vetad dry list year, and the
a e repot of the mayor of the city
-iabu- beyond question the good
efrt that ftubw the closing of the


nkms Enatee River JournL

NIIWU'UL KNOWLEDGE


Ta" tk Peopl Slmuld Leam to le-
ltet the Appmre of Kidney


The symptoms of kidney trouble aj
so umistakable that they leave n


re
no


ground for doubt. Sick kidneys ex-
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
full of sediment, irregular of passage
or attended by a sensation of scalding.
The back aehee constantly, headaches
and dizzy spells may occur and the vic-
tim is often weighed down by a feeling
of languor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger of dropsy,
Bright's disease, or diabetes. Any one
of these symptoms is warning enough


to begin treating the kidneys at once.
Delay often proves fatal.
You can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's Live Oak


proof:
W. F. Wasdin, formerly of Ohio ave.,


Live Oak, Fla., says: "I consider
Doan's Kidney Pills to be the most
effective kidney remedy in existence.
They have been used in my family with
the very best of results, and I have a
number of friends who have also taken
them with like benefit. I advise every-
one safferg from backache or any


other symptom of kidney complaint to
procure Doaw's Kidney Pills from the
Sawaaee Drug Co. and give them a


For e by all dealers Price 50
ceato Foster-Milbrn Co.. Buffalo,
NS York. sW qe unti ftr the United


Rommaker the name


Dkan's and


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mire schooL
fonder what young man went fom
e Grove Sunday afternoon and took
rher fellow's girl to Pleasant Hill
day school and League.
lias Marie O'Cane, of Huntsville,
been visiting Miss Alma Bevan for
past week.
(iss Maggie Holmes, of Live Oak,
nt last Thursday and Friday with
is Alma Bevan.
Ir. Tom Cobb, from South Florida,
a been visiting his aunt, Mrs. James.
.Cobb left last Saturday for his
ne.
G. B. Umstead we learn is at Hot
rings
There were some folks who went on
straw ride to Houston Thursday
,ht, and just as they were driving
Pough Little Hell one of the wagon
eels rolled off. The mosquitoes were
bad 'til they were forced to buid a
* in that hot place.
There is a certain young man putting
wire fence and driving pumps, I
nk someone is going to lose his last

We are pleased to say that Mr. Dukes
d Miss Blanch Wolfe are making a


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Newbara New-s.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carter were
sitors at Live Oak Monday.
A. S. Johnson was in Live Oak Sat-
day on business.
G. B. Howes and C. Johnson took
e examination for the R. F. D. serv-
e last Saturday.
Fodder pulling is the most important
object on the farm these days. There
ere quite a number of farmers who
,ved fodder last week.
Mrs. G. F. Newlan and Miss Stella
'ilhams visited Live Oak Saturday to
-tend the teachers' association. A
easant day was spent.
School is progressing very nicely.
attendance has not been quite so good
Dr the past few days on account of
idder pulling. We hope to have the
sent pupils in again in a few days.
Don't forget to come out to the
basket supper" Friday night. You


ill be welcome.


ALM US.


Mrs. Ira J. Carter and children left
yesterday for Meridian, Miss., where
hey will spend a few weeks visiting
relatives.

A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY

ft" Have Lzuweat us Gi d y Halo
r Matter What Caew.


Theb oat contour of a female face, the
swetet smile of a female mouth, loses
something if the bead is crowned with
scant hair. Scant and falling hair, it is
now known, is caused by a parasite that
burrows into the scalp to the root of the
hair, where It saps the vitality. The lit-
tie white scales the germ throws up in
burrowing are called dandruff. To cure
dandruff permanently, then, and to stop
falling hair, that germ must be killed.
Newbro's Herpicide. an entirely new re-
sult of the chemical laboratory, destroys
the dandruff germ. and. of course, stona
the falling hair., and prevents baldness.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10e. in
stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co.,
Detroit. Mich.


One Dollr bottles guaranted.


Suwannee Drug Co., special agents.


[


wrusmthe idnum, w r apsiebwfee
xaawbmanmteMW done% IiWW O the aA
Mao m SinStibw. A. D. M durim the keg
hoond ki afrontoftheo.t m & in
suwmare emnty, Flridw A at mt vubIk ud
to the kighat ad but bddr therdr.fwr c
the fobwin dmaibed prOPy. ttoo t: EM
ha of outb-wnestquartrd rcti 1 in MWn-
ahip 4. south of rage 13 eust. in Sauwauw
county. Forid. J. K WOOD.
SOecW Mamar.


Notwe.
Under and by virtue of the final dme of fore-
cloure and sale made by the Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Thud Judicial Circuit of Floridaiin
and for Suwannee county, in Chancery. in that
certain eau whereia McClla Brothers are
complaints and Alus Marha, et ma. are de-
feodat&. and wherein the undersigned was ap-
pointed Special Master to execute aid decre. I
wi on the first Monday in September. A. D.
16. during the leaal bos of ae in fromt of the
court booe door in swannee county. Florida.
ail ax public aw a to the highest a bu t bu.
der therefor. for ask the folwing dearihd
property urto-it: Lot ax m Block Fifty. la a
strip fifty feet wide acro south end ia the city
of Live Oak. in Suaam county. Florida
J. P. LAMB. Special ter.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888,
Laws of Florida.
Notice ia hereby given that A. L Bryson, pur-
chaerofTax Certificate No. 150. dated the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 190. has filed said certificate
in my ffce. and has made application for tax
A&M in isue in senniar" ith ia -R&W rv-r


The highest amount of indebtedee
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 mount
of stock of each subscriber to th capi-
tal stock of this cororporatio are:
C. E. HUMPnxS, Braaor FL,
10 shares.
A. H. KEY, Branford, Fle, 5 sar
M. A. Best, Branford, Fl., SmuL
W.J. Hatch, Grady, FIL, 5i am
State of Forida,
County of Spwannee.M.
Before tm e unnwed, Ptrue
ally camee A. Bt .J.
A. H. Key and C. E HLaMr Cef
to me personally kow, aid eahk
being duy sworn did akaw se aOd
declare that they sigMd tim fereig
proposed articles of inaeorporatm for
the purposes therein aet forth
Witness my hanandd offieal seal
this 7th day of July, A. D. 1909.
JOHN' HOUGHTON.
Notary Public.
My commission expires Nov. 9, 1911.
Sherifs Sale.


ficat embraces the foowg decribd prop- Under and by virtue of an execution
ert situated in Suwv-wne county. Florida. to- issued out of and under the hand
wit: Lot 32. Block "C." Diloa's Addition to Live
Oak. section 23. township 2 south. nmge3et, and seal of the clerk circuit court in
The said lad being assessed at the date of the and for Columbia county. Florida, I
isuane of such certificate in the name of un. have levied upon and will offer for sale
known. Unless said certificateshall bedeeed and sell t the highest bidder therefore
according to law. tax deed will iue thereon on
the 30th day of August A )D.. 1909 for cash in front of the court housedoor
Witness my official signature and seal this the on Monday the 2nd day of August, A.
28thdaof Juy. A. D J. M. W. BRYSON. D. 1909, between the legal hours of
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county. Florida. ale the following described real estate
to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 15
Notice of Application for Tax Deed and 16, block 2 section 22, township 2,
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, south range 13, east, in Fruitland addi-
Laws of Florida. tion to the city of Live Oak, also the
Notice is hereby given that J. E. Tedder, pur- wi of section (11), township (3 1, range
chaser of Tax Certificates No. 1i. 3)5 and 206. (12), and southwest j of section (14).
dated the 2nd day of July. D.. lo. has filed township (3), range (12). all lying and
said certificates in my ofce. and has made being in and
plication for tax deed to issue in accordance withbeginSuwannee county, Floida, d
law. Said certificate embrace the following de- Containing 480 acres more or less, to
scribed property situated in Suwannee county, satisfy said execution and costs thereto
Florida. to-wit: Lot 7 bk Carrl's side ad- or so much thereof as will satisfy said
dition to Live Oak. section 26 township 2 south.
rane 13 east; n-;. of nw'4. section 30. township 4. execution wherein Carroll Adams &
south, range 13 east.0 O acres; eIL of swt4, section Company, a corporation, etc., are plain-
9. township 5 south, aae 13 eat, 8 acre. The tiffs, and T. F. Byrd, J. T. Green. J.
said land being auseed at the date of issuance of
such certificate inthe name of Unknown. Unless M. Marable, and W. L. Taylor, part-
aid certificates shall be redeemed according to ners, etc., are defendants, purchaser
law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 30tLh d to pay for titles.
of August, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and seal this the J. H. RICKERSON,
28th day of July A. D. iM. Sheriff, Suwannee county, Florida.
J. BRYSON. i
Clerk Circuit Court Suwa-nne c,un:), Florida. Bill o complaint.


j In Circuit Court. State of Florida. Third Judceial
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- Circuit, Suwannee County, in Chanrery Mat-
der Section 8 of Chapter 48, Laws Defendantm Ilhm Dtvtt
of Florida. i It appearing by affidavit appended to the bill
i filed in the above stated cause that the residence
Notice is hereby given that A. L Bryson. pur- of William Davis, the defendant therein namd.
chaser of tax certificate No. ;. i. dai the 5th ; is unknown, and over the age of twenty-one
day of June. 1906, has filed said ceriticate in my years; it is therefore ordered that said non-reei-
office, and has made application for tax detd to dent defendant be and is hereby required to ap-
issue in accordance with law. Said certificate ear to the bill of complaint filed in aid cause on
embraces the following described property situate or before Monday. the 2d day of Anguat A. D.
in Suwannee county, Florida. to-wit: W'1, of 19 9. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be
nwi and n .of se, and sw l of se't of S 7. T 3 S. taken as confessed by said defendant
range 13 east, 200 acres. The said land being a- It is further ordered that this order be pub-
sesaed at the date of the issuance of said crtifi- lished once a week for eight consecutive weeks
"ate in the nme nf lunknuwn I'nless ndl ..r in the Suwanne Temn..- .--..--. _,


Ih tLr
of ivOak
that the

cil of 4401
the ltbh du of


mid cit thw

1 a9 ed0o.
lW8.


Notic heO i
a mmw d mde
of a -fd I d- ee








areoadJ, eiMn Ioe ul




oethe highest bier 0

ne county mFlridO,
of lota, in blocUM,





tion townsh; ommip?
ma Spec s aw W





LAugu E. RBA. D.
Solicitor for crhes O
Solicitor for-


Under and by virtlw of
issued out of and uad
Circuit Court of Su
ida, in a certain cam-
wherein Tanchum At
mon Todes partner
Silberman & Tode ans
H. Rickerson, u Sh.,dJ
administrator uf the
Hunt, deceased, M
authority of an (,dp
Honorable B. H. PmN r
Court, on t he 2th d)
1909, wherein th
pointed Elmwr. tu e
tion, I have I\ wl e p~'
for sale to the hqhiAt Ne
for cash. in fnr-nt ',f th
door, at Li\r Nk H*
Monday. the 2nd d.,f 4
1909, the sAnit t'wW a WT I
and between the e ;e g li
the following Jdetr 4
Lots 1i. .:1, 4. !' and I1,
in the town I HBramnfi
county, Fiuvrida. iia
interest in awi t!, '-,o 1 I
1u, in Biock 17. t,,in d-
wannee count%. ,'hr l, N
.... ..( .1 .. .f .W I I


I ww


e success in teaching our schooL
Miss Sue Hemming has a nice school
d she is doing some good work.
kiss Sue Hemming and Miss Blanch
oife left Friday afternoon for Suwan-
e Springs to attend a house party.
JOHNNIE.


i


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Sct-rl, 1919 air, B




Be "B Ai &fr 5

6bed: be trmmal tbd M



d: 1200 pod Wed- a o omr red e
mSaid beef to bebtcherednear L Wai (l O iS sid ba_ l3




at River Ju fre Td b nt th eai tockof
S f l tir a thiecorportn h --au
be the sw hodsta e dbaouotsf beef ndiv id eny ad sA






there to be receded by the Hoepit rl carryin .a s it raidO An Yo L
and butchered by its eployes. fr t o w

() Bids to furnishthteamountof s Tlhep o *c p" ofrtpdS
fresh beef speified unde r proposition atits rctumiasvaIm re Tbo

)the dboveed at River Jeun tison, td osi at o trafs t ofth e
Fi.', freight prepaid, i. minimum car 5my buuinem until at l tea pen perten B.-it or.it.
load ots, in properly iced refrigerator of its .p stock has twobeen cueiC the5

cars. B idder to specify w whether W est-! d pa re for. ... d a:
era beef, or Southern cattle butchered ARTICLE 4. 1 L
in or ea the State of Florida. w The term for which this e orporationeatbi
In making contract, the Board will shall exist shall be Twety-five years,
Flreserve the righ nmimt to v ary the above! AneunaeM 5. any paved

stated quantities 1pro per cent eitheera T he iO s- o 2eoan s ha7l tL-j
stated qbontities 15 per cent eitherr b The usinessof thiscorporation shall wlK orI I
way. A bod of 750.00will be r beo tedby the fow office: intheiy d
quired ofthe suessful bidder, condi-iApAide vieeprMsidS ? secr Sbc 1 th
tioned for the faithful performance of tarya sureranda mng ad P
his contract Eachbidmst beacom- of to moist of not b byah
paniedbva cetified cheek for (500.001 d f to eoboart of tr yrj
as an evidence of good faith. 'et a of whom shall be IM*^ f"
C. T. WmHITIEBD, elected on the 1 t Mooday in January i Mr
SecretaryoftheBoar of ech year. Until the first annual
meeg and eection the officers of this ooffet VqM l
Notice. corporatiushall be: A. Best,pres- Myor.
L'Uer and by rt of aderPPodfm- ident;W. J. Hatch, vice pridet; A. t
d -- tusr&bytte Ja d t H. Key, ecretry ad C. K Hawph- e te I
coit Crt the Tbhud Jadiciai rcitofFrid& reys, trrerwr aind amager, ad M. A. (bk.ti s h
iandfarm sa 0082. it..i a Best, W. J. Hatch A. H. Key aad C. 9-
-er i whina 3. .1.1 .. ef&M -M E
satm S-a i mpM6.t al e ~ E.K Humpnhreys. director.


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soatS~ws&


lIst
6
5
6
17i


6
4
5
14


1 5
1 4
3 5
S5 14
,lted inaoOvep
Ule Oak the boys
M-d but expect to
e to play in about


8mimi Nmup U iim IbTe Gd


oad harthms dbm wirM.& ,b
cttle, wi,, hI ,Bd th ,,w
of Table anml i a Loaiiias, ha
attacked huam bapr ow wad Vm
me an dIr tritiat hi Ltlr
burg, the eoanty mat of CUMaaero p
is, *iht hMbw havebeean stdaekeL
Up to date, a death hav rew ld.
Charbo has aMited cattle for e
toim, but has eMom t cited tti
country. It wa known to the ancients
in Egypt ad often ourged the Asa-
tic and Orhtal eoantrie. Itiscaused


__'by a germ which eater the animal's
i nlb o.ed afte skin through an abrasion. It multi-
L hu evryae-plies and calMae an i omi tin which
Sn tk c ubb o tomr into a tumorous or cancerous
l lank., growth which terminates in blood pois-
Moog a diesalso oning
m in lm Warn to .
N& anw.d ar to The disease first made its appearance
u *. about June 1 in two localities in South-
IW to have any west Loiuna, along the Mermentau
the regular t- river, mar Lake Arthur, and at Iowa,
- wi be twrht bar Lake Charles. It was not detect-
W-* M ed in time and spread rapidly over
neihborig parishes. Germs from the
O at ", dead cattle infected the ground upon
i Eeat evMan which the animal had died and were
r 35 Etbheld thus communicated to other victims.
St 3 a rapo The United States government, alarm-
bod by the inroads the disease ha made,
& pa N- I hah s nt experts from the bureau of
s t anil indMUtry to asst local veterina-
.. which riana in fighting the plage They are


Ir were Tyer erx
1 of the hotel and
S rawsakeead from
M thU Uelodu s voices
iy eouat on their sere-
l hr watetn proved
ir and the party
a* tkuih they had
*.$ we U lden table,
rf le chaperone kept

t of Misses Sue
SBlanche Wolfe,
M Green of Live Oak,
Hilton, Ga., Edna,
I lne Blume of Live
Mrs. E. J. Blurpe.
p|y visitors among whom
SBHerbert Wolfe, David
lirFttibgon, North and
ibo Live Oak, Sydney J.
Ir, Charlie J. Atwater
um- Ambrose C. Martin
sd Mr. Paradise of
All the young ladies
because they were so
Id each tried to cap-
so that she might
towards, but we are
q wore moccessfuL
am are to be highly
way in which they
ast and all hope
by these cultured
is the near future.
jied his family at
Suiday after an
Is b L Springs. Ga.


iP y Nuwiai.
b1 dS P. V'oachman. to-
I Lb-IhM l to and V all
1 1 MO apparel were de-
-6tl WedMay. morning.
to c mapg pitc h their
IB dSci J n'ertd tA hr n
Sam and the alarm,
IMIM and fanul, s ho
bLhr bulkling Awoke
b ap. earning ,ith
|k -|y ~thr% Could I&%
|L wtuch wa.r\rr\ Ittrl.
IoI all that wa. 'a,-1
11 The tr hadjaint %uch h
b- ^dtvervd that it *&,
t llb) .t ll*ave the t.uil
[ ; wtrk thko present pre-
= of the Ifames t o the
and confined the
*e in which it oringin-


NN residence was one
lMt and modern homes
aveTue, and was hand-
LJ throughout.
Ibktlding will run well up
*q to say nothing of
P lt, jewelry. etc. Mr.


urging cremation of infected animals
and the vaccination of all others Once
ananimal isa infected, there is noknown
remedy, but vaccination seems effec-
tive in making them immune. Strict
repressive measures were successful in
several parishes, but in Cameron, cat-
tle dead of the disease, were allowed to
lie unhurried upon the prairie and in the
marshes and swarms of flies and mo-
squitoes carried the germs to other cat-
tle. In this parish, one-fourth of the
animals have died. Since the govern-
ment expert has been in charge, how-
ever, the inhabitants have taken heart
and conditions are improving.


EV


AT


REDUCED


PRICE


Work Shoes, $1.50o, $2.00 and $2.50,


AFTER the big sale, we have left all kinds of Shoes in small lots, not ai
sizes of a kind, but any size in the lot. These will be closed out at a
to please you. Just received new lot of Work Shoes from a big factory,
we ever saw for the prices, $1.50, $2 and $2.50. White Canvas Oxfords
Ladies and Children, all going at factory prices. From now on erery Sat-
urday will be Special Bargain day. Next Saturday we will sell 50 pairs
Ladies Shoes and Oxford, worth $2, for $1.39 a-pair.



Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $19 a Pai



Watch for new Specials every Saturday
\


Harvard's Shoe Store


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA


Holiness ('Camp Meetang at Winn. _,__,_____
Commencing August 19th, the Holi-
ness camp meeting will begin at Winn A A A / A Y j C M | \1\
and continue for ten days. Evangelist
McCord and his two sisters and a
brother will have charge of all servi-
Board and lodging can be secured at
very reasonable rates.
For further information, write F. P. With every Cas purchase of Staple ad Fucy Gnceries,
McCall, Secretary, White Sprirgs, Fla.
,H.c.,, Fertilizers, Seeds, etc, amonting to FIVE DOLLARS
METHODIST CH I'RCH.
Rev. R. V. Atkisson. Pastor. We will give absolutely free your choice of any article you may select do Jwelry- ;
Services at 11 a. m.,with the sacra Gold and Gold Plated Rings, I rockets, Pins ot all kinds, etc. to the value of 50 cenbt. ,
meant of the Lord's Supper. c
Evening er'ice 8 p. m. On Cash purchases of $10 we will give $1 worth of Jewelry, and so on up. Every
Sunday-school 93o0 a. m. piece of Jewelry is warranted to be just as represented. See the Jewelry on display in !
Junior League 3 show window. m.
Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednes- our show window.
day. 8 p. m.
alat. free and a cordial welcome to Free Delivery to any part of the city

I., .Hts I.IU:UWOBT V A N "T S\
Tar and (anchaliua a, "
F, I..I ,', *t- cu- oughs,EN ( A i
. I: .-1 to consuip- LIV E OAK :: :: FLORIDA
tim, I.,t,r ort. Ta" rtidl W ild Cherry,


,~-'* .1 r* <.. 4 standard

J111 .i 1: 'e gi Vefl

i. Sluuwannee

\ iri ~ ~ t A-ar n the rubber
Oti oar rm~in~.Tis wilt suc-
mai: other agt'nts fail.


%%ILIA Vod'or Idnes9
Hialt- Nil o:i~d'arnrvu

:-.1:d a'd ~' OUIan ind
Jl.r No ''.bi. ~ ~ ap-rfc


Notice.


Notice.


1On account of the colored
schools opening one month
later than the white schools,
the voting contest for the
most popular colored teacher
has been extended until Au-


gust 31st, 10 p. m.


Don't hold v our votes.


Th.ere will be a working at Peacock
A. C. church Friday. August t6th. for
the purpose of cleaning off the yard.
putting new sills under the house, ar-
ranging plans for putting down a cis-
tern, and running out the land lines of
the church property. All that are in-
terested in this work are 'specially and
cordially invited to attend anJ bring
such tools as they th.nk will be needed.
The ladies will be on had with lunch to
make the ixcaasiin plea.ant.
ReWspectfully.
I. W- POWER.

r""", I


'The Easy Way"



Washing

MACHINE
CLEANS WHILE YOU KST.
Price, $6.00.
This machine will do a family
wua.h in Si or Wi maiutai without
labor: ill do a batch of washing
inS to 1W minutes. It IS t15
ches high and it;nchw in diamc-


* *** *


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COMPARE


THESE


Ad you wiU find they are absolutely the ,wst, bam n TCW
just meant to show how low our regular pra at
~mU -a


Pails


lO-quart .... ..... ....... 58c


Berlin Sauce Pans
3-quart ................. ..........28c
4-quart..................... 38c
6-quart ................... ........48c
8-quart............................58c


("


Dippers
1-quart ............................... .... 20c

Mottled Blue and White Outside
-Pure White Inside. Triple
Coated on Steel.


______________ *______________
U


Prosrving Kettle
S-quat.............. W
siuatmft ac-
4lrt .......... 41
5Smuar ... k
4urtn......... dk


These prices can't last


alway.. Come and make your selection NOW. If you do not z ive in Live Oak, wid u a


I THE HAIR HARDWARE COMPANY, LIVE OAK, FI.O


W-1


"The


Wide


Awake


House."


11 A a a i & IAaIiLIiLAILII IiiiiAIiAIIIIIA IIIbI.,AkAa1 AbIIiIAbj11


NOW THE VOTE STANDS.


(C*mideraml Interest in the
Catedt at Cook's.


Voting


The following is the official count of
votes cast up to Wednesday, July 26, at
Cook's, for the most popular teacher i


in Suwannee county:
Sue Hem min g........................... .
Blanche Wolfe............... .........
J. N. Rogers ... ..............
Romeo Sealev ...........................
Vashti Goff ................................
Ollie Haddock.............................
Dola Haddock...........................
G. W Landt .. ......................
Made Creekmore......................
Stel W illiam .....................
G. W. O'Hara
Be.e NoMley. ...... ........
G. O'Har........
Martin P tt..... .........
J. D. Russell ...................... ..
This contest closes Saturday,


31st, at 10 p. m.


4275
4050:
1775
1250
1200
1150
650
550
525
425
200
200
125'
125'
July!


COOK'S.


fal=Motlk NOtfA.


The people of this community are
busy puing fodder now. The rains
have slacked off a little. Crops are
fairly good in this section. In fact
crops on an average are good all over
the county.
Our school is progressing nicely un-
der the management of Mr. Albritton.
Hall & Wright are doing a good trade
i the shingle business. Plenty of good
shimgs o hand at all times and also
they will be well prepared to do good
i B og business this fall.
The road contractors are doing a
geodvork on our public roads.
There will be preaching at Rocky
Sink oa the first Sunday in August.
Everybody invited.
We have a R. F. D. route out from
Falmouth, and it is proving satisfactory
to the patron.
S. G. Hilton had the misfortune to
lose a fine horse a few days ago.
There is to be a wedding in this sec-
tion about August 28th. Listen for the
bells.
There is a protracted meeting running
at Mt. Olive under the management of
Rev. Sam J. White. Everybody is
cordialy invited to attend these meet-

Mrs. Tieso's funeral will be preached
at the Secmd Advent church on the 8th
of August BoQUTr.

Notice.
We have tried to mail a copy of this
week's Democrat to every tax payer
in thecounty, but it has in some in-
staces been impossible to get the
names and postoffice addresses, al-
though we have gone carefully over
the list of registered voters as oub-


E~r-&-i md. v 134 Th ta i I ui b' d' ag bti
FI ibw i n U" 7Wbe Win e f k bdo .s isunt t k i avi iut.
a ~ erbmr bir n'sio furly wile ''i)b i a~q t -* -
RESULT: itE to&d l. With- d mdwqf tim bm g s e em at, d
rTIE LIr-mnG TRlose" SCHOOL CfOR Cliii I VIODhIAU
$150 Wa oboef tgit bdmbe the in m bin.a -m Bus
'Ir U~~lli~gti *'~J ~edtm. l tLti ail rnlgbijta
-r mnd dute~l. Aw fuk sb1rk~us d gI'r hik to
REV. JaDESar CANSOILD.k VL~buLpL EC Vs.






Liorner Military School


J. C. HORNER. Principal. Oxford, N. C.
LASSICAL, Scientific and English courses. Prepares for college,
university or the government academies. Military training develops
prompt obedience and manly carriage. Academy fifty-eight years old,
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-quarter mile running track, 300 acres. Ideal climate, helpful
environment. In the social atmosphere of refined Christian people.
The town noted for over a century as an educational center.




John B. Stetson University
INCOLN HLUEY, Ph. D. Lim D, LL D, President
THE BEST SCHOOL ,S& FOR YOUR CHILDREN
SEND THEM TO STETSON:
SProfessors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
17 University Buldings College of Law
28 Acre Canpu College of Technology
581 Students Last Year College of Business
S2M.WI.W Endowimet Preparatory Academy
15.000 Vollmes in Lbrary Normal and Model Schools
S1, .N Pipe Orgam School of Mechanic Arts
10 Large Laboatories for Science School of Music
L mnrpumed Gaeeral Equipment School of Fine Arts
SrmWme, di-m ri*I fW or d Fw e mm. C l ..w.I.- md.r tWd t1 gu'VuaO e.
(Cuuirmi iarmmwir md. Fo ctm wv r wiu. fomarim. r f room rmuemi- i drmn
JOHNL B STETSON UNIVERSITY. DeLAND, FLORIDA.


Special Summer Course at the


SA DECIDED INCREASE IN SALI



Dry (o(

DEPART
During the pest few months, has made it -M
more frequently, which also insures new a
You will nd a nice variety of all eU n
department just now. Among them we M
late arrivals:

WHITE LAI
PureIrish Linen, 36 and 90 in. wi
at 10c, 15c and 20 a yad

A nice kd of Laces and Embrdieu a
Mosquito Nets and Canopies at lowest maark
have a few lots of Dress Goods. Stapler Gi
which we are closing out at special prices Cal

S H O E
A new lot of Shoes just received, high and k
variety to select from.
New Flour at low prices. When you n

Fancy and Family (i
Fresh stock Fancy and Family Grocenes re"
best the market affords.
We will pay the highest market prices for I
Side Bacon. We also have for sale 4oil0 No. 1
10,000 No. 1 Florida Brick.


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Lime, Cement, Plaster, etc., furnished on short ttUse
A large stock of Nails on hand; when you need any,, rlW



McLeran Mercantile 0


Welborn, Florida


LIVE


OAK


BA


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


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sM S awt Sed-bhe a

WL641 h -ks WMs
I sBdaW wore
HMI ,a, we crowd
ft e aU it ray
WK .t ALhmas

StY TyCobb. No
S mtrl Bd dea jut
I -- -* to

b~Sth s ad we
a aimor tma rm
W- wugug -t it
atin-.a The pot-
wa the p ai whit
Ufl a bhkk i& watch
e onbelto comaoute




arth
t Wakl, and uaother at
M ato dckWVt" Thi
b m gad for a home
ve Hownd, of
a the econd sack
t oe wne to come out
Nicholasu gsworth,
l a tnare dous outlay,


ai u g eshuirtt but e
i et with two men o

bhl elf of the seventh,
d f rr f pWd wb hen he
im ISr Wiit hi hit.
Jii msn leaked too much
ill Wi o cl oming out of
L BM a s maume to be
IAL TIhe pubhicans stuck
e ap throughout the
l D ncrsts wore them-
d*tl ea roud in the
-i i a sawtituter were
Iftww, ppf scorr
Go bMs could tome
ad rrn was to give
Sof the former no
I of the latter. The
W cnOdttd with 2 safe
wer there in bunches,
Sof-g a pop fly the Re-
ii and pitcher collided
miats. Representative
hi vahraia, who was at
hI ,ad for the majority, is
byi, when be crashed into
g of West Virginia, the
was sent heels over head
He picked himself up
ad then while he and the
ve"doing an "Alphooso and
three Democrats with a
ik of chivalrous courtesy,
ie d added three runs to
mAk-as


lwh played dmrt. Inpreearti
Mes a ld amtative uke dBI
m nadnt battiy. In fact, Mr.
tr K el uean a m the scw d ib.
l th atom of is caguesalbed
"Fr hav's ake, Burke, come on
ad ak m ba i anyay."
The Demcrates hd for thr leader
NrW ad r eiv Kinke4ad. New Je-
o. w ph phlyd second a way that
wM tm ljoi with meny.
pmrattive Webb, of North Car-
I, pited for the Dwr~t. and
asea of the fith l ing "had the
g wvl "haind."
Iaprm tativ OlM6d, of Arkansas,
the etcer, had a shade on Mr. Burke.
la et. it wa in the battery work
that th Demorats excelled, although
the ir ngg was a marvelous revela-
tia to Waaishtoe baseball th, ;sts,
The Washingto publc oag ago had
feogtte what a home run looked like,
atil Rprnetative O'Comnnell, of Bos-
to, Ma.. a star swattr of the Demo-
aata lind out in the seventh. He
bmght in two other runs aheadof


HOT


I
pce ba-they lad pilty of tme
to ids-c
Sar R HE
D maorats ....21 0 2 0 5 7-2 a 5
Rpni. 2 1 0 101.-16 9
The line up: DImoaat-OldKdd,
Arkasas, c; Webb, North Caoi vp;
Hughes, New Jerse, b; KnkMad
New Jersey, b; Garrett, Tameme,
rf. MeDearmot, Ii .t If and d;
Robi w Arkp, rf; O'Carne
Masanhm etts, amd 3b; Du Drimo,
New York, a and 3b; Hefin, Alama,
If; Cox, Ohio, c
Republic Burke, Pemylvania,
e; Gaines, West Virginia, p; Dawson,
Iowa, b; Loegworth, Ohio ; Cdol
Ohio, rf; Ames, bacusetts, If;
Tener, Pennsylvania, ; Howland,
Ohio, Ib, rhomas, Ohio, 3b.
Soreness of the muscles, whether in-
duced by violent exercises or injury, is
quickly relieved by the free application
of Chamberlain's Liiment T i lini-
ment is equally valuable for muscular
rheumatism, and always affords quick
relief. Sold by Barclay & Groover
Druggist.


WE ARE OVERSTOCKED ON


Ladies' Oxfords,


Slippers & Pomps


Men's Black and


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Ghaldms ha dm omhm t
- from wvbc, aIN M, -W
bean aovu NOat e far





bas bm Wv t 3BBW m 1 a -- d
gui as ad d of it h tg s w
natme of th e'di m thm -r-



The eam have been di ammd
gtbetlo I aad, for to of typne,
maia morotay of nym of f b oier



o p, and they We been trtod o-
ear. Latterly, however, wtm r
meaasofrigmoisfatour iad i
has been proved that may pernme had


for gla ad iedsof it with the d d dm
nate me of which depends upo progpe



and adial meu
Today ter s havno excuse for d a
onig, and they have been treated ac-
cordingly, with, of course, fatal results:
for glanders is a very dreadful disease,
Lthe cure of which depends upon prompt
and radical measures.
Today there is no excuse for any fail-
ure in correct diagnosis, because the
special bacillus causing glanders-called
the bacillus mallei-is peculiar to this
disease.
It is naturally those whose work


JULY


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 Tan Specials
in Black or Tan 1 lot Stetson Tans, worth $5.50........ Now $4 50
Former price $3.50-Reduction Sale Price, $3 00 1 lot Whitcomb Oxfords, worth $3.50-Now 3 00
Former price 3.00-Reduction Sale Price, 2 50 1 lot Whitcomb Oxfords, worth 3.00-Now 2 50
Former price 2.50-Reduction Sale Price, 2 00 1 lot Whitcomb Oxfords, worth 2.75-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 1.50-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
H | F FLORIDA


him and scored in the midst of so much How to Get Rid of Flies.
excitement that Catcher Burke threw Ten or fifteen cents worth of "Quas-
the ball to a Democrat in the dense sia Chips," to be had at any drug store,
crowd around home base. will rid a house of files for an entire
Once a thin Democrat began to chase season. Cover the bottom of a plate
a fat one around the bases after mak- or a tin lid with the chips. Cover with
ing a long hit to center, caught up with water and add a little molasses or su-!
him at third, and then the two ran gar. Place in the window. The same
home together. Catcher Burke got the chips can be used over and over again
ball in plenty of time to make the'most by adding water from time to time. I
phenomenal double play on record by The flies are very fond of this sweet-
tagging the two runners out with a ened quassia water and the least sip is
~--..ts.;. aa that But he droDDed fatal to them and thev usually die!


keeps them in close contact with horses
who are most in danger of glanders,
and it has also been known to attack
several members of a family where the
father worked in a stable, and one case
has been reported where a washerwo-
man caught it from infected clothing.
Glanders may be either acute or
chronic. There may be a slow succes-


sion of abscesses attacking the muscleS
or crawling along the lymphatic system
for months. Sometimes, after surgical
treatment, these abscesses will heal,


Wthna o te e ftam t m
hklL bih I eb mSIhe
t- t at-a a


aIt i stdvly he el t t
worth mooting ho I l iuapa ut.
ahdred yardth, wle ith emY






whorth while toea -us ea
atnp ge thea to hmtit dkt th
worth A0di dootidnilda"apriaat "
ahmdred y- ard, h its Mkb --
whorth while to me a a ria
at m the an afourthd o that "--
Eve then, howevuMr thi m
be, it ismeh eater tos i aIttha
camera than is camomly buhet. If
the cmera is tipped avryBthttoe
sid when the expou is -d t
eemity of trioambn the pihet i
conform t thehbworia h, w t
Priog the bttoa a 1 fE 1ein
ofdaemdtoowly,.rto lbe,u u I
Haithemat I r lo t h <
oruthermk l am pod d
Camerwa-MN b.o he abe ud tt
l otate the shoot~4 g ~a
The reptile was i a title pad a li
border o the Big Cypr o d
Florid. As I stood a the -k a
Cracker boy who w w ith me -
like a yo akato. FT&r. k b W
the rrface df the water thie Iad a
big gator wwo was i InEd
per. Ifedattha niple ehlagr
c-red wit b opei w at
the --emaettte..r. .d
the bamtom of his Em- 'B waI
traimed O the whob t Od \
m severmIis ah a* wem m iL
An eqporeade te liftieh ofa
nd too somied the d d
the weapon, which was the Brt
feature of the show, and wh the
bottom was preeed the tath of a me
od too te, the stream o re ad
smoke, which sho bhae bma ponr
from the mzzle of the gM, wasm
tirely ci~utad from it, pMroda a
ridiculous effect.-A. W. Dnioek i
the August.Van Norden MaaziM


What 10 Did.
Mr. Brown keeps a boarding e.
Around the table sit his wife, M .
Brown; the village milner, MN. Aa
drews; Mr. Black, the boarder Mr.
Jordan, the carpenter; Mr. Haly, th
seed and lumber merchant.
Mr. Brown took $10 out of his pocket.
book and handed it to Mrs.Brow,
with the remark that there was $
toward the $20 be had premied h.
Mrs. Brown handed the bil to M .
Andrews, the milliner, saying, "ht
pays for my new bonnet." Mrs. A-
drews in turn gave it to Mr. J rl,
remarking that it would pay for the
carpenter work he had do for ha.
Mr. Jordan handed it to Mr. Haft,
requesting his receipt bill for lm .
Mr. Hanley gave it back to Mr. Brow,
saying, "That pays $10 oa my board"
Mr. Brown passed it to Mrsn. Bow
saying he had now paid her the he
had promised her. She in tr pid
Mr. Black to settle her p ry ad
bread account. Mr. Black hadd it
to Mr. Haney, asking for the amm t
of his flour bill, says the Duramd Can
ier. Mr. Hanley again remarked that
it settled for that month's board,
whereupon Mr. Brown put it in M
pocket, remarking that he hadn't sp-
posed a greenback would go so far.
But, suppose Mrs. Brown had sat
to a mail order house for a new bemMt
then that $10 would have goe out Wad
never come back.
There is a moral tothis: Speed ya
. .. ,--aw W ..kt----a-


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=d wM dt ............................. Ukn 2 6 20141
d wag to the bottom. Tom swir.rr% w % 2 ..Uo k m and ...... u.. ........1 e uN i...... .. I
-. wi.kmm.. mned to sw imthe old 1 1W _... ............... 6W 3 1 B t %k Bd ......--- 17
n SnctiM d gh m p waMte ad f "%......... 1.0 2 15 40 Hanku i jamb ......... -2 a Id odIBok 10...... .....1? 6
SNt u th e e .............................. ....... 2 15 lUnk Ja ............. 4 ... ...... ........... 1
isw ntd .f f i d so tm % cc at .................... ........... .. 2 31 15 20 U Bnkn _............... 3. 5. iio ...... Iaso.................... I
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& b n a&o a]% o] l i L sdludR ..k.9 3 15 1 Unku ...am ............... .7 dit MblockX A d .....7.
S-Wite ind&o adepand defabl, m tfor 01and wW ndof .. 3 i N d no, 15 3N 1 0 Lat 2 N2I5rlok I. .Id 17
t l ck 17 W ebr ............................. 16 3 15 Ha40 ckneyT J... ....... 72 Lob rAndb14 bckw D ad ..... .... 7 6
mIt shp ooeyers M little nowl- Ehn ohflokLT a. dI and s t .blockK H1L tbR L arby Wsmk fiS ard ao .17

Sa atim n Wm A.................... 3 15 B Unknownell Mrs T.... ... 40 Lot o6ft.,on1n10of11w01andwith ott
b ad ock N Weborn......... ........ 16 3 16 Both l s T W ......... 15 Ba d .................................17
my U ittil o tfi"knowledge gm sa o ...............................4 2 3 15 20 Ifiller A J ................4 45 NS of neWandd eW% nof a2.. o
N % of no% w.............. ..... ... ... 3 15 40 Ollif C ..... ............. w% a 55 Ne d 3fnw1 .... ........... ...5... ...... ....... 7
hq w y. It prevents per m a from s.of ........................ ......... 27; 3 15 40 Brck J H .ai7Swofn .... .................. 28
E4a t ..sd Sd .b... t.... to 27u w of s ad n. 27 3 15 80 Unkno ....... 2 3 Unoit of 2lot 2 lot nw lot n of lt 6
|N4 of an n ........ of n ......... .......... ................ ....... 1
m l r to bM or w. 28 S 15 10 Unknon 600 llin nt ............................ 1
N f of a .......... 33 16 20 WatsonMary 2178 w of nwd7 .... o .... .. ..... 7 1
Ua time to kun is w eo N .......................... ........... 33 3 15 40 Skinner Alen 162 se of ne nd d eA ................... 8 1
SEMt aof inr On ler d, Nw ......................... ....... 3 15 0 P4Unknn ... ...... 38 NeW of swr and "ew of % ....and...... of
"- O of ne and et of nwt,. 34 3 15 10O Bru k.J H .......... 3 93 5 s e and j w d9Y4......... .................. 8
u t n As D f 1OBgtte pr ce SW. nwd .. .............. ............ 3 4 15 120 Poscy k J ... 32 5 e0 .. o. 1............................. 14
t t is "M lti Sw of Bi andd o. ....4 ... I0 4 15 120 Bnilois J H ................. 6 23 Se of nwe n SW. Of 4ndWOf 1
S ofu i ............................. ......... 4 15 40 PUnknown C C ........... .... 2 1 w a d wo8 1 ................ .......... 8 1
Eof s% 9 4 15 80 PosceyCC........... 392 Nes4of nwmiduw ofneU I 1
W` ~% t ofn of.. ......... 4 15 160 PoseC S ............. 8 of wandSW offw 6............ 12 1
|haL AND Mi 4 .IT LITY ..ww .f. ns W ..10 4 15 80 PoseyC ...3 22 o .................... .............. .. 14 1
w at n MV Pll dofne imndsoft e.10. 4 15 120 BUnno W ....... 5 N of ............... .... .... 14 1
H Ms Tllm bl PMe SV of 524 .................. 5 15 0 UBrannon W .......... 2 n Ni of e........................... 1
N wof swW ........... 16.. 15 40 Unknown....nw..... .. 3 S t of ........ ... ..... 1
mm am brin ors S........................ 20 4 15 Powel J ....7........... 38 .wofnwandei of ne...... a 17 1
rm ad women, produce Sw .............................. 29 4 16 160 PowellJ50 4 of ............................... ... 1
N of ........... ........ 34 ..... 6 15 40 Unknown ........ 271 Sw W of ne ...................... 18
hC ad v.taly, Tblv pa thedt R uofp e ..........16 5 15 40 Unknow .. ..n....n 2 S ofn ai. ... .... .. .. w1
SI Mwum s w................. .......... 2 n 15 v4 Unknown ........... Sw wof s .......................... 2 1
wd ro m the wmal v r. of .................. 3I 5 15 40 Unknown ......... .. 23. N wo l 9 na s ide of n* n and
asi by dregists or by mAil, $1. WW at neW and et of nw1' ................. 3 6 15 160 Unknown ... 703 Seh of nw4 and w4 o neL4 ad and01 of
,W i 0eh M or $.00. Wil- NWoaand eWofsw4d. .......... 5 6 15 240 WilliamoutVand ... 6 75 sw and nw% of".. ............. 3 2
N% o0f 3s% an d 5w of We4..... 7 6 15 560 Unknown................. 15 15 S i of nei........................ 4 2
f g 0L C. Props Clevelnd, fW ad se............. ........ 9 6 15 20 Burton A Lp....... 8 22 S7er of 32wand neltaof s ... d -wof
M '~f DM U1 --- of W n .rw ........ ndlo r ..... ..... 1 6 15 40 Unnown gs .......... .. 7s6 lineL ..................... .......... ...... 3 2
Wta ............Sw.. ...W 11 6 15 40 3nk8own 16a n side of neof nw'.and swL% of
No% and e% -ofhnaw and swkr of nw ..... 29 6 s 2 M15 Blato E2st. .... 625 n r.....8..... ......... ........... 31 2
Nw o f nw .... .............. 29 6 15 40 Burton A L........... ... 150 Sew of m t ................ ..... ........... 4 2
Sw25k.................................... ..... 32 6 15 160 UnknownS.... .S...... .... 4 65 S2 of nesL4of seW ... ...... _. _. 6 2
T|5 Ha Teny le LIt a5 cr M.. ....a...r..... 17 1 14 86 Suwanne Springs Co 2315 Sofne..a a. s.deo. c.. and..8 2
Sl T 1A n a ad w by Suwannee Springs Co... 17 1 14 1 Hanley Mrs Andrew.... 2 6 74 in wi of swt ......... 2
1' f!s Mi Mals T^ N T S ..... ....4 14 > DurmnexteriHs 4o 5 ~ ~~ 2 f in w.. ` .... .. ......... ... 1.. 8
VAR L Our .4ad 6. block 43. w sd. andlot 1, N of sw%,less 27 a s sde of sk., and
lock6.ande ofws d .................. ...... 17 14 Angest Mary..... 2 38 sw of nw ............. 12 2
%a0 w ...............................18 14 80 Murphy F C ... ...... 5 07 Lot 6x209 ft n by Carroll ......... .......... 14 2
A in w .ofaV .d I..7 in se 4or of 27Se. w of se44 less 11oie said4ee.... ... ......214 2
f nwand 2a in asne eor of nwwL ....... 19 1 14 41 Suwannee Springs Co .. 422 7%a se cor of seVW of se .... 15 2
S2 in bloek2.Suwane .................... 19 1 14 Bynum Lucy................. 507 4 in e of n by r, s by section
W oflot and lot 4 .... .......... ... 20 1 1 14 20 Suwane Springs Co... 600 line................................... 15 2
SwI less in sw car.................... ....... 20 1 14 158 Blake Edd ........... ... 6 25 in se orof se ofs et ...... ........... 15 2
S4 ........................................... .... 21 1 4 Suwannee Springs Co ... 30 N w 4 of nw 4 .................. ......... .. .... 2
H 5Lota 4,Sand 6.......................... 26 1 14 198 Suwannee Springs Co b10 N of ne/ lMa u&in ne cor and se s of
Nw ofnwV 2W....... .... ...... 2 2 14 40 Delegl AS ..... ...... ... o nw ........................... ....17 2
T .......................... m4 2 14 80 Dexter Eat H S.4. l t i 2 inw.ofk. t of a w ........ ...... 18 2
I S T of ............ ....5 2 14 ') Wahingto h m415 E of s .. .... ...... ............ ..... 19 2
| Sw aO fsww 7........... 7 2 14 40 Woed Gren .............. 2 n w of faswfner 1ss14aend ......... 22 2
NwV4 of w 4 .....n.. ..... 8 2 14 4) Shephard S ...... 271 3a d n by HMwkins in sw aiof i ..... .. 22 2
SeW Vof neli and n c of se' 9 2 14 0 Unknown ...5... 57 Lots 1.2and3 block 17rr addition ......... 22 2
|W of neW and e of nw4 and nete of Lot 14 block 3 r r addition ................. 22 .
XwI .............................. .......... 2 14 200 Starling J F ........ 76..... 7 lot 1 block r r addition ........ ..... 22 2
$I wSi ofnwand 20a side of. e ...... 13 2 14 100 Hendrix Argent ........ 5 07 lots I and 13 Mok r r addition ........ 22 2.......
E ofw............... ........ 2 14 0 William rah ........ 2 6 lots 2 and 1 block 3 r addition 22 2
SNw of sw less s lain se cor ......... 17 2 14 39 McKinney Moee ....... 3 9 lot 10 block r r addition ......................... 2 2
E% t E ofnwofe........ .... 19 2 14 20 HightowerMary 1 3 lot block r r addition.............. 22 2
Nw ofnw less4a....... 19 2 14 36 Reddick Amanda 3 2 lot 4 block I r r addition .............2 2
S4 of swi, of nw ........ 19 2 14 20. O'Neil Me........... 2 71 lot 10 block 2 r r addition.. 2 2
'N Nofsw and swVofse'4... 19 2 14 120 White Mrs S A... 969 lot 14and 15 block rr addition .... 22 2
Se' of sw4 and swl of selr 19 2 14 O Douglas J. 7 38 loot 13 block 7 r r addition ........ 22 2
8D in wW, side of w4 in center .. 2 14 NI ') Owens Toney 5 r lot 16 block 9 r r addition...... 22 2
]S L:of swki .................. .... i 2 14 .0 Figr Bin ......... ....... 5 0, lot l2bloek r Pinddition ....... 22
NeL4 of nw ................. 263 2 14 40 Mcniel ... .... 2 71 lots 8 and 9 block 2 r r addition 22 2
SWiU O1l e oof3W4_ 2_ 2 14 40 DouglasmJ .... I Lots 12 and 16. block RR addition 22 2
NeLSw ofsew ........... 2 1 4) Hunter Jack2. 1 lot 5a andl 6. block 4. R addition... 22 2
SwEt of nw 2... .......... ..... 4 2 14 40 Straughter James 393 Lot 4. block 5. r r addition3........... 22 2
Swofsw 29 2 14 40 Rountre Flor 276 lots I and 4.rraddition 22
6 ansident of Se4 of swL,1 29 2 14 6 Unknown ... 91 lot 1.bloek 8. rraddition ....... 22 2
Nei of nw i......... 30 2 14 4 ivingto J 2 76 Lots 17 and 18,.blok 9. r addit .. 22
N ofsw................. 30 2 14 awkinsW 00 lot 3. block 10. r addition ....
Sei of et 30 2 14 41) Rontre Flomr 2 76 lots 5 and 9. bok 1. r r addition ........... 22
10r in ne corner of nwt' of ne' .).. 2 14 I akiah Alice 91 lot 16. block 6, r r addition ....... 22
SwL ofuswk.. .. .. V 2 14 40 Unknown... 2 76 lots l2andl3. bloek 17. rraddition ....... 2
Is the reson of its being so highly s ofe, ....... 2 2 14 40 Doling Lumber Co 1A78 lot11.block 5.Fruitand additioa.....n
SSwbyo w, ......... ...-0. 214 40 Unknown .. 1 78 lots b.Iiand 16. block &Fruitlandaddition 22 2
d by disinterested n- E of ae of swLb... 2 3 14 20 Unknown. 98 lots 3. 4 and 5, block 3, Fruitland addi.
ftetm a laVC hitftt The best ap- la in sw of nwl& n and e by Kenn-dy, s tion...................... ....................... ...2
: s ati rcmmendations Thcement by 1 R 1 3 1 2 OlliffM E 338 lotus L. 2. 4. s. 5. 7.8, 5 j5 d., b6ock Z.
pteen h inOW of meW. ... 3 14 1 King John 5 7o Fruitka addition........................... 22
rewIrs. LEHIGH is the finest of TSoSbaDon lotHoudtoni ......... 3 3 14 Shannon Jmes..... 1,3 lot6. block Fruitslad dditiom .
nnltrs in laerr i d of teonw.......... n 6 3 14 11 Thomas A H 1 50 2lots'l234.5and6,biock6Ritan. d ad d i-
of f* nw................. 6 3 13 61 William. Margaret 3 38 lots 1 and 6, block I0. Fuitland addition .
th bmhg t percentage of foreign mO- E t of nt..... 7 3 11 21 Unkno'vn 1 lots 7. 8, 9 a~d 11 block 7. Fruitlnd addi-
tuhla divethebestOf'servic Sto of fneand sw'- ofhe n tione........... ..... .
meWOf w....... .. '3 14 Darley W M 4 70 ktsl. 2.34. an5 6,d 8, Fruiti-nd
N of sw'. .... 3 14 ,u t known 360 addition ............... 2
SwW of nw', less sa n side 11 3 14 ..; 'nknown 2 30 lots 9. 10. I.2. 13. 1415 and 16. block 8
ON f nwt' ................. 12 3 14 Unknown 230 Fruitlandaddition ... ...
W1of w ........... 13 3 14 u O'NeilLE 2.40 lots1.2.3,4.5 and 6, block 9.Fruitland
W of m rt amd an e of nw 13 2 14 120 Gren. Pennington & Co 2 addition .. ...............)............
SwLv of nw ,m and n Of sw', 14 3 14 120 Johns M T 623 lot2.,ldretalnd addition ..
Sa! afne and eW of .w', 1 3 i1 120 Skein Charl 553 otals3and1.Hildrth2 edition ... "
8' of net, and me% of nw1, and n', of lotI8.Hilddadditm "
ewt camnt of se'... 17 3 14 240 Ambrose J A 14 61 lot ue Hildreth addition. .. 2

WW o m f ~et, .. 1 3 It Brown W.llian I lot L Hildrth ad dition .,
Swtof 5wt, 2 2 14 40 Jakson Liozzi 3' lots,26 and 27. Hildreta 2rd addition 2 .3
LiunuawL. and me'., of s,"-- 14 Y20 Unknown 915 lotc30.Hildretha d rdditio .,
SW ofn e aLtst of net, and o e 3 3 14 Z" G.ireen Penn gton & Co 7 '4 lots 51 and 52. Hildreth lnd addition 2 .
S dof sw, 3 8l 0 LOVett Ltssc SO 3 t41. fildreth 2nd addtioa "
Sw. of neW and nw'., f s-i 2 3 1V ., ..... -


41_ SLtI5of nw01n 1- a 5t W l 1. 2. 3 aind block A. HjWM h addition 3- *
SSewof nwt ...... 14 Dunbar Chas ..... 2 30 lots 3 and 4. block E. ildreth's addit 23
Sw_ of naw' 2,; ; 1 41 rGren Penninzitn & Co 1 37 lots 7 and 8. block E. Hildret's addition... 23
Sw, of ; iless an e '2 i4 '2 Br1,,,,kir W M 1 lot 1. ,4.. 5, 6. block L Hildzmth's add,
Nte of hne:, .i 14 4.) |(e 'ennington & Co 1 u ,1 on....
NL4 of nw'- and s.; af sw-; ard A'-. ,f l 2
NW % of ow- and *M 3 r~1d lot 13, block H. Hildth's addition....... 23
e/ a.-n', of s We. 1 4L i Fiod Thomas 11 6ik lots nd 23, block D.DilUons addition 2
NW of sw', e ? 3 1L4 4I Polte Hamiln 42I lot 34. b ock C. Dillon's addition .3
NL of net :' : 14 41) FbydThrnas 4 05 lot 1. block X. Slate's addition...... ...3
SW of net, andne', of se.; 2 3 14 120 Jacksor. J E 4 61 Allbock A. less Stokes' lot Baisden'sd.
1e,. o sw)`', ..:k Ai i b M y W .. .............. .... 2
Se.0 sw, -14 :'H W 230 let It&Sx0. n by Hendry. w by Tedder. e**
EL : of se ...... ...J: ; 'I; U k wn 4 !. A Reese ......... ..........
3a in sw cor se,. Pinem,)un: ; 4 :1 Whittkt GW 2 Alllesslotu4 and 6 block 4 nw division to
Lot ch from e of s.3 ,,f -~L'; e'fft e n Lie Oak 23 2
ald a. Pinemount. i Unknown 3. OC w:'lflut's2and 3 block 3nw div of Lie
NwI', of nws........ ... 4 14 4; Hail Mrs laac Wid 1 Oak......
WL.. of smeW ii 4 1 Sum Eer ..... IS lot 5 block 2 nw di to Live Oak
SNwt4& of nets and nS 4, of nw and 7 4 oflot n Stephes-ru'lhona,,n nw div to Live
seW 4 ,1- 14 II, Green Pennington C.) 5 0t Oak ..... ...
, .... 1...; 1 1 t Unknown :-. 7 lot 5x 214 ft block 9 nw div to Live j "3 2
Nwl& of sw4 19 4 4 1 4o Brock J k J C.t- lot n by Hughes. eby r r.s byLOp & 0
Nw ofsw of a'Sw of swa ... 4 It ') lDraughtry L A 1 13 r rnw div to Live Oak
S4of sw's. of se't and sw, of -el, oflot16 2-3 by ftnb .
01, 1..1 lot 1'w 2- by 160 ft i by DonnAn. s by
).....4 11 33 UInkn 1 l9"2 Powell block 10 nw div to Live Oak ~3
N4 ofnt2 and sY iof ne: and se', f of 4 14 ,(;.l r.'2r.-1 Gg'eon & (*, 7 ': lot ; kss 73 ft n side block 11 nw dv to
Sw, Iand wl; of se- ;7 1 I4 ", Unknov n ... 7 Live Oak
S W of s ...... 5 14 4l. Mixon W H 1 W lot block 17. nw div to Live a : ;
W* ofw., and neL4 of sw" 1, e 14 l0n1. n ; lot 6 block 11 nw div to Live Oak
Ne'., of n '. i,, I; t14 t In* n I Y; lot 5~ft send of lot 3 block 17 nw d.% to
SNw'. Iss 6a w side 17 : i, l'u.. WT 4 441 Live Oak
W1, of sW,' ... i 14I -0 14.,br.CC 3 5: lot4block18 nwdivto Live Oak
5a n by Doughtry e and w by Edward.s. lotI block 1, nwdiv to Live, ak
O'BDON B.................. 2 5 14 Larm .urp ,ntine Ct, 3 3, lot 2 block 19 nw div to Live Oak 2
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0WINDOWS" are 9x12 inches, are protected by strong
Setting and provided with adjustable flaps which may
W lowered at will by the occupant within.
Slth inside, when opened --..--... 6 feet, 3 inches
Lato when folded-- -------....... 3 feet, 6 inches
I Ithwhen folded-------------................ 28 inches
3* M of bed above ground--...... 18 inches
1W bed to top of canopy---------......... 32inches
WIT COT is very strongly yet lightly built, is impervious
I n, and is as well ventilated as the best room in the
in the country. It takes but a moment to set it up in
ad is as quickly lowered, folded and made ready for
*e The canvas sides, top and ends are collapsible
d M*n closely within the frame, which holds them snugly
(See base of above cut.) There is no lifting off or
I hin position' any portion of it. No hunting for missing
W .annoyance of ".fixing" when found.
SIWvght of the entire structure does not exceed 30 pounds,
Ilun be carried with ease under one's arm.

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Mr. Stetson, Mr. DeLand, Mr. Samp-
son, Mr. Carnegie, Mr. Flagler and
others gave liberally of their money.
The institution is splendidly equipped
and liberally endowed, and it is grati-
fying to note the large percentage of
students who are native born, or at
least resident, Floridians.
The graduating class in the Cellege
of Liberal Arts this year consisted of
fifteen members. Fourteen of these
young men and young women were born
in Florida or had lived in the state dur-


ing the greater part of the time they
had spent in college.
In the class graduating from the
Academy there were fifteen members.
Of these fourteen had lived in Florida
during the entire period covered by
their Academic Course, and a dozen of
them were native born Floridians.
Seven of the eight members gradua-
ting from the Normal School Depart-
ment are Floridians.
All the members of the IMs9 law
school graduating class are native born
Floridians.
The enrollment in all departments of


I have ~em dmrw u
of Criao l Cmrt

:a L. Corbett, i J.
n J. J. Carter, J. H
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sincere thanks to the city of Live Oak
for the magnificent city hall in which
we held our meeting today.
JEMIOQ CU3KMOU,

MADE Cu-Mou,
J. BmaL WIGGINS.
Committee.
The Roud. Near Braaford.
Please allow me space in the Demo-
crat to say a few words on the road
subject.
First: Have we a county road in this
section?
This, it seems to me, is a hard ques-
tion to answer. We have so-called
county roads here. One of which is
dangerous to vehicles and to vourtff


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Aftat i r t b Mh aloft didmcrt
sat prhted sateverl m t stump-
Nr. the sro e fAftami owte
Din for JAc e hsI M with@
Rerd reprt esentative he mid he in-
tof tein beap of FbirMaid af orthma
united States Senate. He will start
tomorrow fr Senator Trcoa a railroad
spend the next several months stmnp
ing the sta te anite
In ditraveing his by rampaign, with a
Re literate representative e aid he in-
tends to wtible. et to the ati folow
of the people of Frida that an atpoor bile torman
can run in the prime automoy. He wil start
tomorrow from Pensacola on a railroad
tour of the state and wi 9,000 ml spend 2
months traveling by uto. He sitdsvralutriomnu-
his lctrerat re and meeting North mand ar-
tes as poible. e expect to supfoply hiow
the railroad trip with an automobile tour,
or rather with three automobile tour, his
of the state, covering 9,000 miles in
theauto. He isitedsmanufacturer expects auto man beu-
fawillcturers recently whie North and ar-
ranged with one concern to supply him
with an automobile and mOctbhier 1st and for
this trip absolutely free of charge, his
only expense being subsistence for the
mechanic and the fuel consumed by the
autonds. The manufacturer expects to be
repaid by the advertising the machine
illnreceive from the novel trip. Mr.
L'Engle stated that he would start ats,
the Florida line in the vicinityage of Pensa-
cola in the auto on October 1st and in-
tends to spend six months on the road,
traveling day and night as occasion de-
mands. He will carry literature in the
car with him and will distribute the
same whenever he finds a voter. He
intends to dash into townsill have amplend run the
machine to the most conspicuous spots,
thereby having a big advantage over
the speakers who will be anchored to
stationary platforms. He contends that
the machine will attract the crowds
whenever it stop and his campaign ldiede will
expensemble without expense to him. He
has figured that he will travel fifty
miles a day and will have ample time
for his treble theur of the state.
He will stop at fnd m houses and make
the acquay wi since of every voter, prac-
tically making a house to house apag-St. cam-
paign in the country, prd.sumably kis-
ing the babies and winning the parents
to his political views. He intends to
tack up his campaign literature him-
self, thus saving another benig item of
expense.
thr. L'Engle is khome, in from one end






to the people of Florida, in whose in-
teadmirersts among certahe instit factions. Hew
fouis energeticd, and original whose special benefit






founded, and for whose special benefit


I ALLOWING
Ji the above


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gee*l help giva to ur d tm t



with wso patiewe, has ever be ready
togo bey d bkst&th to r sve .
3i. ToPim. ma B. Ca d for
her until bor and eo onstant ind rtd
in our bealp giv to oor df.
4th. ToProf. W.A.t WCaer who

gie us uch instuctons and nor.-
agement, a ripe srhoWrvhip, wide ex-
perience ad a great heart only could
give.
5th. To the good people of Madison
who have opened their doors to us and
have been so careful of our wants, an-
ticipating and supplying everything in
their power for our pleasure and com-
fort.
6th. To the churches and pastors of
Madison, who have extended to us such
a cordial welcome and have ever been
ready to help us in all possible ways.
Resolved further, That on account of
the excellent work done by the Florida
Normal Institute, we unhesitatingly
commend it to the public as an institu-
tion eminently worthy of patronage.
Resolved lastly, That a copy of these
resolutions be furnished to the Enter-
prise-Recorder, the Florida School Ex-
ponent, the Times-Union, the Normal-
ite, the Tampa Tribune and any of the
other papers that any of the Normal
Class may desire, with the request to
publish.
Approved by the Normal Class, June
5,1909.
J. F. KICHUGHTr, Hillsboro Co
JAN1M STOUD, Polk to.
CLIFFORD ALBBITToN, DeSao Co.
A. D. WILDER, Liberty Co.
R. W. RIVERS, Georgia.
R F. D., o. l-Welborn.


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I have not seen anything from this
part of Suwannee in sometime, so I de-
cided to send in a short notice to let
you all know that we are progressing
nicely in this part of the county.
People are busy gathering their fod-
der. They can't do much some days
toward it on account of the rains, but
that is not for us to grumble at, for we
don't have any say so about bow much
rain shall come nor when, and you may
be sure I, for one, am proud that we
don't, for you know we would make a
failure at that.
Farmers seem to be getting along
nicely with their work.
Picnics have been plentiful for the
last few weeks. Well, 'I suppose they
had just as well go ahead and enjoy
their time, for in a little while they
will have to give way to the dear old
winter again
There was a picnic at Cypress lake
school house about two weeks ago,
given by the flourishing Farmers' Un-
ion, which was enjoyed very much
by all. In the forenoon Hon. M. S.
Knight, of Columbia county, made a
noble speech in behalf of the Educational
part of this work, not only education
in books, but in all things. He was
followed b:' Mr. Wilder. Then a sump-
tuous dinner was spread in which all
seemed to enjoy, but to help things on
about the time people were most
through eating it began to rain, which
it kept up till nearly night. There were
two cold drink stands on the ground
run by Mr. J. Hawiiins and Wilson &
Hosford. There were between five
hundred and one thousand people on
the ground.
School is running again at Cypress
lake school house. We trust it will
continue unto the end. I don't know
though, as it took about six teachers to
teach out four months last year. It
seems to be progressing nicely at the
present.
Miss Olive Ciayatte is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. H. Holtzclaws and relatives
at this time. She is a very highly ac-
complished young lady and making


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Mr. ad PM. ts AMr M
aloM J.P. RO*4 a&*
afternoon"L
Mr. L W. Wright d .
the lrw ti a S fo-' w*:,
d P. I m mr oiine ht* *
The Sabo l at my- b PNbufi
V-. We are "d reod -d
yu In tmreMn Tey Te Maf
so we ad arentdn b MituI .
era. Thobem thea b r l J
are a follow: Mr. OSn.t In
Mabei l Howid, edb 9I
Stiamo Dekla SumT VmbB ib
Claude Go, P ibil Gt m im Jab
Howard Moely, Waltr orm. iOn
Howland's room: J*eie MNy 0
Belle Qett, at e Str m .
schoolisboldingup fbe n tar. f y
are expecting a bi tim e--mm
mat. It certaily wem s wd sm
so may beginniu m take a me
more interest in aatlon tma they
have in the past
The young fols are rvi tod a pi-
der boiling Thunday aiB) t the re-
dence of Mr. T. Apwr'L. HOP t&yI
will have a good time.
There is oe talk of a piame t
river ooa hot I cannot tgiv dde i
is not yet decided aon.
We me glad to report that M. Ga
Goff, who has ben quite k is mM
better.
Mr. A. J. McLeodJr., a aof ML
A. J. McLeod, Sr., came dwm hm
Bainbride, Ga., to visit i p-atm
and his many old hi ilatwek.
Well, I mnat t y abt tl yt t ba
game,though I mat efe I know
nomoreabout it tham a bhg doe a
Holy Bible, but a the o dauky y
how-wm-ebber, the ClaylaM boy
and the Lancaster hbas bd lmftb
at Clylad Saturday aftema iS
and the Lancaster boys wo the win-
aen. I guas I'l rg off ti mat
time for the osquitos, Obl the m-
quitoes! I really believe the oemy
mosquitoes are first cousins to t L Un
Oak mosqnitoes, and everybody k-n
they are very friendly.
SILVun.

Suwanee Couaty Tchersn' Am.

Live Oak, Fa., July 2, 190I
The teachers of Sawamne eouty
met on Saturday, July 24 1 The
meeting was called to order by the
Superintendent, and this was th
first meeting nothing was doM bt t
carry out the progra. T at
a very able address by Co L L 1.3b
person in which bhe gave sof god il
trations of the fact that weaordhaye
some specified aimm view. Thee the
subjects that was given to the tomb.,
seemed to have received grat *tto
tion, each one giving his part of th
program ample justice, in which we aD
learned something new about the way
in which each branch of study uIkuld
be presented to the pupil
The teachers appreciated the courtesy
shown them by nn'ninon liy pang
the following resolution.
Resolved, That we, the teachers of
Suwannee county hereby tender our


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'Mf Amw, Mr-ofdcO olo=, we value a y4
Sale pric 29C a yard.
China Silk in white only, 50c a yard. 8ale
price 88c a yard.
Imli,rte(1 Silks, assorted colors, vulu, at
$1.3:f, a yard. Sale price Me a yard.
Lawn
I',.rsinin Lawn, ,12 inche:n wide, 21vc value- a
yurtd. Sial, priice 17c a yard.
SN(lidun ,incen, 15ct valut a yard. Sualt' ri<'-
WIv' a yard.
Italian Linen, 10.c value. Stilt price x c i yld.
Inliuai linen, 12 1-2c( vulue. Saild' prn iL yar-d.
F'iaey L1,tWti, value 12 1 2c a- yard. Slih'


aira'' l It'Uy Larl.
1( 1at ItYard.
54' Ii g'&tt'd.

S14;c it' Vaa
Fl'icy ''awnL~l


-vLI II- it.'It yard. 1

valt' 2 14'- y y'.st'.
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S.111. p' e
Sale' lriot.
Sale~ I'l 1(."
Sall.),~i 1


Flaxon


C'laa Is (Ia ks IIit ll s'e %altls.':27.w i t I4

Madras
,NI; idlr. i vit 12c it Sulb, jarl ca' 1kc '

-;Itlq. pritc' I U w .1 %.ur .
Pongees
I 'uitj '4. cf4'XI lw line p1iali \1 assor1kt i'd'%,.lS,
N d h ,at 2".-')tc it Yard. S i. pr '. 1I1t
I g4 -4 p, i t 0) ( 0 1 11;kIasalt ,vv .*XII 114' 1at I t' a vai 1

Soiesette
:.i.'se~tt'i ll all colors, .xt ril fine.'quality.
lts' at 2. lit'. SaSlt' prit'.. *21' a yltltl.
Flowered Lawns
1 ,a 'rl". it) 101 ArS. vtlas.' fional
141( to 1' i -2v pe ya rd. 1Sid"e prit t' at yat'rl.


Linen With


Tickin
Miattrcaa Twlk sw. wudqd allt, vw
Lk- to 1I :11 a y;t1 a.yar Sa ;.r u* % rW
le'vatf..'u Ticko ata ) ira 9,,. 'iit.
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Cambric

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Sheeting

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Cotton


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1wipsI.'l f hr 12v'.
Lace Curtains
I o I It 411' ( A'ais. ;'.~2 12 1 2 tp2:4vdS.


Ladies' Supporters
Sill Ip( III cv II(,

Corsets
U.. Col-St tS, Vo' d (JIU HIV, \,tltIO
$ I ~. tatl~ .Sale ;rict' M-
W. 1.1 4 ,.rst~,'t5goodt11 is IImhyshort valt i
I lot of goodI quality ('4a's.'t s, ll aIlyV srt~es,
ii, Shori t and( lldillillt, VAlt.' at 5( ic Sat1.'
jiric.'.4 2'.
1 lot ot QualitY 4 'irdl.'s, x'att' -tt 4k'Salv'
'rict', 4 1c.
'I'll( allpsmi G l)ve F ~ittiriig, ori vts, ext 1"I tillt,


Border


II ia~ia ll c lrWith loonorl,'rs4f all 't(-(1
I ilt I i t v. a LI it t-210 : I v t y it n .I 5It I

Dress Ginghams
I Wt-s, s(i4 lIgialls, ~,ill all cIrs, st41ripoN 1111(
4,111 ks, )1404l itlity, vflue romia I I 2v to
ISj kle w jiev VcitVu'.
I I Iw t ilt'i 4lit gh10C til i i cl or.0 4 ti

qwdai a la' A 12I2 1''t- t d. price


Ladies'


IHose


I ALa lie's' II(IoS 0. Iills.' (I r, st it t(a-I i dlawk
a Ls ti lr, ,'NIsI i Iust'II a11t 2 t 14al.' I't(-'1f
hd lt '.' -l'Ia .'k a n d o \ ii, a lus tt' it
I.uraliv.'s' t'aiu*'v caelI 'rd valuts.at 2--.'
Ssat, I'Jrico'. 11.04.)6- 1.pI5 Ir.


Ladies' Fancy Hose
I,atli ,s' fittlcy I,.sc valti'e ;it 12 I 2 ;ta
Silth I|ricc Kc.


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TOWuh
poww Hlobo piew. r apic..
Ttewoel. gamd quality. value
$ays.. r- a m4.e*'


at 12 1-2c a
at 6ic. Sale


Waists
S,.! f t'hitt I.Lawn Waists, g ,(od quality,
. '.-44* at 7" Sale- price 46K'.
1 .t( o' hlt.' W'aits, t (sl quality, value
fr<.n $1 25 to $1 .51. Sale price S4(c.
I -,at of Silk Waixstm, assorted colors, value
frtm $3.r.d to $4.(. Sale price $2.59
1 ot ,Iof Ne-t Wuists. in white uand cream,
Salt4t. frot ;$3_.704) to $5. Hats
1 het of Laids'-s' Sailor lats. value at 50c.
S;l,. I ,ri -# :- 3.0c.
I hot ,,f llies' fin' trimmed up-to-date
llat. value' fr,,in $3 to $5. Sale price $2. ,1.


Children's Caps
labi.s' Silk Cps. go(d tmqualit y, value
.)0ct' t Wrappers


Ifromn


I I,,t of Ladies' WraplpeA1r.s, Va'(it' frm $1.1K)
to 1, I4. Sale price 75c'.
Children's Dresses
I lot children's s D)rvsses, value from $2 Ito
$2.25. Salte price $1.2L.
Children's and Ladies' Belts
Ladies' BHelts, in aessorte'd c',los., \value at
S'). Sale price 3't9c.
('hildr.n 's lBelts, as.sor(.il colors. vaiue at
I5'. Sa li pri'ice c'.
Laces
V'alencincs Lace, good quality. v.alIue' i(t',
12 1-2c and; l,( per yard. Sal e pri't' .'r- a yd.
Valencines Iace, good quality, value 8e to
l(). pJer yard. Sale price 3c petr 'a'td.
I lot of l)ress Iuace, in any wi(dtIh, iissertion
to matclh, value front 1 Sc to 2()' 4per yard.
Sale pi-ice 10c per yard.
Miscellaneous
lll Thread 30c a Ibox vale. Sale prict'
1S' a bL()X.
(:oates' Cotton, any size, 4c' a sp)ol.
Pe'tarl Buttons, 1 (hJztn to thlie ca.-rd, at :'P( a
(hdZen.
C(lipipers' Clothes i'ins, St" value. 2 jack-
ag.'s tfur 5c.
Ilair l'ins in boxes. a-sorteil sizes, f 5' value.
Salh. price 3c a box.
Talcumn Powder, Sc valued. Sale price 4c
a box.
Talcumn Powder, 15c value. Sal' Iprice 9c
a box.
Safety Pins, small, mIedium anti ai)tr' raizes,
4Ic a dozen.
School Tablets, anVy Vize, 4c.
1 lot Silverware, all kinds. 25c to 5(c value.


$7.J Briliantine Skirts, fnt frad", eak
blue, blaek and brown. Sale prreo 64.21.
8.650 Brown Voile Skirt., best grade volley.
Sale price $4.98.
$8.C0 Skirts, colors black aid brown, finest
workmanship. Sale price J6. 74.
$8.50 Panama Skirts, ffne workmanship.
Sale price $5.39.
$7.60 Voile Skirts, fine grade voile, color
black. Sale price $4.9S.
We have over 300 Skirts, in all colors, best
quality. We will close them out at cost
price. We have so many different kinds of
goods that it is impossible for us to quote
prices on paper. They art' all marked in our
store at cost prices. Don't fail to read this
bill, asit wil be a great saving to you.
We also carry a full line of May Manton's
Patterns. Price 10(c.

Boys' Pants
125 pairs Boys' Wash Parnts, sizes 4-9. at
25c. Sale price ISc.
15 pairs lBov's Wash I'ants, sizes 10-12, at
3(5C. Sale price 21c.
5() pairs Boys' Woolen P'ants, assorted
sizes, at 5)0c. Sale price 39'c.

Men's Overalls
150(> pairs Men's overallss best made, $1.
Sale price 72c.
12.5 pairs Mci's ()v.'rall Pants, best made,
$1. Sale price 72c.

Men's Pants
21)() pairs Men's P'arnts, from $21 to $2.50 a
p~air. Sale price $1.ir5.
75 pairs Men's l'ants, well made, best qual-
ity, $5 a pair. Sale price $3.W8.
6:3 pairs Metp'.4 Pants, good qualityy, at $4.50
a pair. Sale price $3.15.
92 pairs M'en's Pants, assorted colors, best
made., at $3.50 a pair. Sale price $2.9H.

Men's Suits
$7.98 Menr's Suits, good grad'. Sale price
$4.98.
$8.50 Men's Suits, good,, grad<. S`ie ricee
$5.7 5.
$7.25 Mten's Suits, good grade. Sale pIrice
$4.75.
$17.50 Mens's Suits, very stylish, gotl
grade. Sale price $14.50.
$16.50 Meni s Suits, latest style, fine work-
manship. Sale rice $12.98.
$15.50 Men's Suits, latest style, fine work-
nanship. Sale price $12.15.
$15 Men's Suits, latest style, be'st grade.
Sale priW $11.98.
$15 Men's Suits, best quality blue serge,
fine workmanship Sale price $12.10.
$12.50 Men's Suits, best quality blue serge,
int. workmanship. Sale price $9.87.
$12.50 Men's Suits, with vest, blue serge,
finri workmanship. Sale price $9.98.


aI md6 's w
quality. HaU 64Wr
drurm shrt. al hirtKatejprw-
Me-nu working Si~hr-ts 'Uiar


fbfw smbe.


-sti tff wowo
at*- I.lrldo W


Men's Underwear
1 job lot men's Undrwear. brvm wa*m sz-.
prices from eOc. T7c and $1. Sle p Mew ra.
1 job lot Slk evrles Und-rwar. 2Ic to,, -
valuea. Sale price 21c.
Men's Elastic Seam I)rawer,. well madiw.
50c values. Sale price :*c.
Men's Drill D)rawer4, r25' value". Salt.
price 18c.
Collars
Men's Genuine Rublber Collars, 25c values.
Sale price 18c.
Men's Imitation Rubber fic values. Sale
price 10c.
Men's Linen Collars, 15c values. Sale price
lOc.
Men's Linen Collars, JOc values. Sale price

Men's Half Hose
Men's Half Hose, lisle thread, assorted
colors, 25c values. Sale price 18c.
Men'm Half Hose, 20c values. Sale price
12 1-2c.
Men's Fancy Hose, 15c values. Sale price
8 cents.
Suspenders
Men's Suspenders, well made, strong, elas-
tic, 35c values. Sale price 21c.
Men's Suspenders, well made, strong, elas-
ti(, 25c values. Sale price 18'.
Men's Braces, 75c values. Sale price 42c.
Brighton Garters, 26c values. Sale price 18c.
Men's Garters, 15c values. Sale price lOc.
Men's Garters, 1Oc values. Sale price 8c.

Belts
I lot men's Belts, 504c, 75c and $1 values.
Sale pricesj "3C.
Ties


Men's Ties, 50c values.
.4en's Ties, 25rw values.


Sale price 39'.
Sale price Isc.
0


Hats
1 lot men's Hats, $1.75, $2 and $2.50 values,.
Sale price 89c.
1 lot men's Straw Hats, $1.75 and $2 val-
nes. Sale price $1.19.
1 lot men's Straw Hlts, $1, $1.26 and $1.50
values. Sale price 79c.
1 lot men's Hats, 75c and $1 values. Sale
price 59c.
1 lot men's HatA. 50c values. Sale price 39c.
1 lot men's good Felt Hats, $2.r) knd $3
values. Sale price $1.39.


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40d
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1 hi4 0
1 Iu IL
61.75 vIa
I kit I

$1. 50 valh
I lot I.
$:3. value
I lot La
price I1.1
1 lot Vi
Sale price
1 lot Br
values. .
I lot Br
val ues.
I lot Br
values. f
I lot Cl
2, $1.75 v
1 lot Ch
Kid, sizes
price 98c.
I lot Ch
from 11 to
1 lot Chi
$1 values.
1 lot LaI
values. S
1 lot La
and $1.68%
1 lot Lad
values. 8


1 lot me
white, gra
Sale price
1 lot mei
$1.75 value
1 lot inf
button and
price 33c.
Shoe lace
Shoe Ice
Brown, 1
price 5c.
1 job lot
Sale price

Remerr
1909,


LIVE


OAK


DEP


McCullers Building,


221'and


223


RTME


H-loward Street, Live Oak, Florida


P2- *rSIY


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6\ u ~ l 4 a


OGAIWIL", 1. -W 16 ft b.. ..







































SALE


STARTS


AND


LASTS


FOR


TEN DAYS ONLY


THIS will be one of the Greatest Ladies' Underwear Sales ever given in Live Oak. We have just received a 1lWa
Extra Special Goods for this Sale, and they must be closed out before our buyer goes to the market to select o
of Fall and Winter Goods. In addition to the above, we will put on sale an assortment of EMBROIDERIES Mf
what is left of our SUMMER STOCK OF WHITE GOODS.

BELOW WE QUOTE YOU SLAUGHTER PRICES FOR THIS SALK


One lot of 50 doz. Ladies' Gowns,
worth not a cent less than 75c, to
be sold at --------------- -
Special assortment of 25 dozen La-
dies' White Petticoats, most of
them worth from $1.75 to $2.50,
to be sold at ------------------
A small lot of 15 dozen Ladies'
Gowns, worth from $1 to $1.50,
sale price ------------------
A lot of 25 dozen Chemies, in all
styles and designs, worth while
buying, to be sold at----------
Another big lot of Ladies' Gowns,
best value ever offered in Live
Oak, sold everywhere from $1.75
to $2.50, special price----------


39c


98c


72c


69c


98c


One assortment of Embroideries,
prices ranging 10c, 15c and 20c,
all go at --.---.- ------ 6 1.2c
About 50 pieces 40-in. white Lawn,
well worth 12 1-2c and 15c, to be
sold during this sale at------7 l-2c
About 50 pieces yard-wide Bleach-
ing, well worth 10 1-2c and
12 1-2c, to be sold at-------6 1-2c


A large assortment
Drawers, most of
50c, at this sale -


of Ladies'
them worth


19c


One big assortment of Corset Cov-
ers, in all styles and designs,
most of them worth 50c, special
sa le . . .


19c


A better
Drawers,
value 75(


assortment
about 25
c, to go at


of Ladta'
doze'n.. real


3b


A small assortment (,f ;(,o .
worth $2 to $3, special prict $1.11|
All the remainder of uur ,tukK7 maq1H
down from 10 to 25 pow ost


Especial attention of the tent l
men is called to a line (if lrI
Shirts, bought especiallN fr 'r.
sale; over 150 duzen ,of tintv a-
sorted colors, not vnte \'>^ ,
than 75c each, all to, ,' !jr.'
this sale at, each


Sale Begins Aug.
AND LASTS FOR TEN I


46


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DO NOT MISS this opportunity


to visit our Store during this Special Sale, and


get the benefit of our close buty.r :


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DESCRJEnON OF LAND


a t u


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ntM,-*1 to

564kvwb-
Si*o Oak....
A Un~bw'sub.&
ad' ieOak.



jj*lypuuHh.y*> Ham.-
j mr -f.w by Ham-

' Vrhttehurst. s by
E Jg I1t 118x320 ft, n by
s ...... .





byDu.vist
fp Oa ..





late* add


db 4 block W Slates addi-


m a d............L
oadd ....... .. .
add .
amd
| if at- add
|?aB Heights


i.t. .............
C Heiht......
ta


B dkV Hught 2


**l||iii|e by Hanil-

sjwbivbySpemrng '

lfc2IawOnk.
Oak ............
kILO m OW.....
ts [ o ..... ..





,h*M Live Oak
to .. .... ...... .





Bnumar ut, e. a and w by

IfmbyflrWU at e by Panic).
*fl~w by White's .....
a-.. e by Souley. s by
' "o by Caz. s by Hel-
$s d wiu by and Horn. Live


om by Weller t. a by
w by Catz. Live Oai 3
-,_ b Wh3ite. s by Hcl.


sto by White. s by Hel-
Mb e Hivmton. Live Oak
o by Kimon,. a by
lwOban, Live Oa .
aoR by Darrow st. s by
eMM O.aLi Oak...
o IDarrow st, s by Ed-
byAMn s. Live Oak ........
S* by Weller 3t. a by
wir Dan w Lt. Live 0a&
s a, by White, s by
w Bum t. Live Oak
i by shr leys by Lewin
at#OWtL w by anl)

OFDrstto. w by Moten
H 1 W *awds by Sim.ins
IM a o n by Parsley. a by

sFran ..s.by Black.
,srt r~aad why road
SMcosllan & Bradtield.
m wOt Etanm' lot. n by road
INh-M.e by Bradfield. w by


-a W'ruhl~.sy aby Diec'

Rom'A k~drsn's ad
SA Huiddrsn's ad
TiA Uhmdemun's adt
3 4s of rir......




W%4smeIItaby Humph


94Suaumlgatby ktew


I l dw A-..f.Wk..
I mmhanby of mphr


u-b. --4g-W'4.

hw% of me'....


h ka aWeadi4'



3hmhum3A3anii6a


21
21
24
ddierton 24
24
Iditiun 24
id 24
d 24
S 24
24
24
K'ling's
24
Oa', 24
24
er 25
.... ...... 25
iiaion 25
25
reys 25
25
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art. s
2L
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27)
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25




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MW10 Hn 12 blocgAFo.

1l~2bloc ,H O Kha'.hrst

J.Oiahurst ...
t b~ciK. O&kLurst..
t !fi1hlcK L.Oaihurst
IakMOakhurst
WokXOakhurst
M",bie OaK hun-t.


I'phunt ........
,i~kjtaland ,Oakhu


ofsw


....aw...... ..


Unknown....

Unkomwn


HowadR H.....
ShMfeld Henry .
Unknown ..
Ivey Lula
Unknown


McKinneyGP ..
McNeil Ben
Thomasu N E
Unknown.........

Math is Tempa
Unknown
Porter Mrs Clara
Dixon Elia
Farnell Randal
Farnell E L
Unknown
Unknown


23 2 13


2 13

2 Il
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 13
2 1.
2 i


23 2 1:1


2 1;
2 11


2' 1


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Johnson C J .......
Unknown ........
Unknown
Moren Carter........
Unknown
Unknown
Sherman Herbert
Green Walter
Allen Thomas ......
Williams A C
Pftterson A R
Houston Ed
Washington Warren
Harris J E
Marshall Willie
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


Robbins & McGhoe ....


White Mrs S A


Helxer..it3n B W
Helvenstun B W-


Hehenston B W


Mays G G


Ilek crl.ton B W ... .
Helvenziton B W
Hclvenz~ton B W
Hwiveni.tori B W.


Hel'.enston B W
Mar.,hai AI',nsu
%h-hu:t J A

Ui4 i: tnJacN
J-)hrksun Alice
Blackihier Ek.ie

Randadll .Le,
Willkalso En-,r)

N1lKinney Henry
Shack~cf-ird C C
Law Smith
SteLpben. Mr.. 8e.,iv
Reddin~g Bletty..

Lawrence 1C
Ree.~e Sailie
Eierett tUz.
Williamn .John
Taylor Mrs M 1,
U% e oa M fg Co


M Fdrine 0 D
Scarborough l.et:r
l.K rivu% n
Sunday Morning Band
Jones Ruobert
Tompkiin., W S
Unknown
Peterson I, H
I |'latt 1 J
Jiias Robt!rt


Wilbamns Ed 1
Andrews .PT'
IVA t-li A
Tummnm,r: F
Brysa)J J
Hunmphrt-- s S C.
H um.p h r-.'y" S(C
Tha~nia',..: F E & ('-,
F. iz c L .,a -a
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n w %, ................... ..................... .
47f B ............ ... ............
z 2 0 E% of sw= 4 ...... ........................................
E of .............. .... ... ...............
8 6 N w 4 of ne, ............................. ... .......
S 7 S i of nw ........ ...... ....................... ...
4 E% ofse .. .. ..........................
SlotI.......... .. .. ........
4 i7 l t 2 .. ..... .... ..................... .... .............
2 60 lot I ...... ........................
S01/4^ Of SeL4.. .. ...... .. .... I. ...... ..............
w 4 of ne4 and e of .......... ........
470 10efnudeo .,of aW ...............
10ansidwof 1ae4o w ....
2 Se33& faw"4lIMlt1Wlid@ ...
2 Stofsf ofnwVimsw ....
S St._, of ne ......... ..... .. .......... ...
6 30ainnw cor .... .... .........
S Nt4 of aw% of ne 4 le la
13 4 34tanmideof nk of neI,
S 34ia 3 side or n' of ne's..........
4 70 Ne4 of i4....
Sets of sw4 and sw'4 of .e4
6 63 S8-,of se .
w3 38 WL2 of el 4 and seL4 of set, .........
NeI,4 of nek ..
6638 N4 ofne and new, of nw4 and swi of
D> ine 4
122t) w 'ofswf and sek ofsw4 ........
16 2 NL2 ofnt4 lesal3a
Sw SeL4 of neti leu 10% ne cor
3 to W L. of net, and et of nw'
13 5 W of se .........
i Sw' le sf 3 in ne cur.......
3 oOb N'j of nw 4 ....... ......
Sw N'-ofnet.
4 SeLt of neL and sw' of rW"e .........
4, Nwi less6 1-3a e bide of sw', of nw1'
1 Ne', of net,
5 '0 Nwt of sw,4 and sw'. of sw' i......... ......
Set, le:p*&$side
S NwV, of nw'4 ..
1 s E1. of ne ,4 ............
03 E- of nw......... .
o022a e side of nwt4 of nw-i
,2 W: of sw1,
1 7 Swg, of swL
Sw 1/ Of S ......... ........
-anw corof sw,4 of sw'i ......
S03 -a in nw cor of sw4 of sw
1 25 Sw, of se' ,i and w-.' of sei and *e-1 of
set4
0 13. N -; of ne4 and swk4 of net .........
lot 6 block 10 Wilmarth
1I 50 Frac nw',
0 Frac s%2 lot 5
lot 2 .........
13 n'; ofnw L. .................
I h..of sw',
A 3" 3 nI of w ..... ...... ......
S nw 4 ............
S lots 2. 3. 6 and i7
0 nw k of nel'i
lo t I .... .. ... .. .... ...
I ~ w \ of seL .. ......... ... .


I allsofrr.......................
S nwt, and s. ....... .
nwt and nl of wL and sel,, of sw'
4) lj nl. andnl.wof sw't......
e'. of swL4 and w of se .
se1t of se' and sw of ne'l, ........
nw'4 .. ...
1 b a nend of W1 of swtL. ......
13 S wL. ofsw .......................
Sfractionse .. ..... .....
3a ain ne cor of e" .. ....


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40
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26
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35
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' n'of lot 6
13 n&, ofne' ande -., of nwI ufne ...
3'.a ne cur of eL. of si t .........
5ne'M of nw' s .....
i all in county .. ...
.. all block E. Lauraville ......
Small. less lots 1 and 2. block F, Lauraville
SN of lot 2 block 10 Luraville ........
la lot se dJepot Luraille
Slot 3 block 12 Lura illc ......


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N b ...

vW IA....................
lkipIa T 8 ..................
UalOM .....................
S rE g J.....W...
LJSem BN.............
PowBU Al W..............
M ilhl R L ....................
MoLss Jai Ws......

Mldlocs E ......... .. ... ..
SUMel am ...............
Martin Peter ......... .
UnKnown ....
Dexter iEat H F.
Mitchell J A
PlattTS
MathisW D .......
PlattHJV
BrunGM .......
Carter G W ......
LinaM Henry
P tt H J ............
PIattH J......... ...........
Blank .......
Griffin Lauria.
Rowling OChancey Wid..
Wataon J J.
Cl rkJ W ... ........ .
UH own .k .. .....
HoxbSV
BOR kt A C .....
Un&aown .... ...
Unknown .. ... ....
Un nwnJ A ....... .........
Eas ,leA
Mutual Mining Co.........
Thr-t Doce....
Unknown ..
Mathews T W
Mathews T W
Hart& Whiddon......
UnKnown. .
Stewart W T .. ..........
Peacock, McCuKuai & Co
UnKB,, B ...... .
Ducker J M
Stewart Mrs M J. widow
Scrug J D & Co ........
Robinson W A............
Alen C1 .... ....
McFlneO D.. .........
Dowling Lumber Co......
Pea k.MeCaakiU& Co
Peacock, MCaakill & Co
McCMakili JC....
Albritton M .......... ......
Newman SC.......
Thobmipon H S.........
Unknown.........
Unknown ....
Unknown ..
First National Bank of
Gainmvle ......... ....
Dowling Lumber Co
Gamble G F.......
Walltower Louis
Unknown ......
Unknown .......
Unknown
Unknown ..........
Unknown.. ........
Unknown ......
Unknown
J. A. McLEOD,


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2 N
5 7
3271
42
100


654
738
784
90
692
692
415
2 76
3 70
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14 16
507
949
184
4 1
322
o2t
416
276
70
70
814
624
1 15
2 76
2 0
276
364
415
322
1317
194
3 8S
415
2296
1706
1016
1432
784
184
784
91
1 84
1 84
306
276
184
91
194
1 4
738
3 A
91
91
91


Tax Collector Suwannee County, Florida.


NOTICE


Notice i.s hereby sgien that the following described lands will be sold at public auction on the
S 2nd day of August. A D. 1909. at the City Hall. or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the
amount dur for tau.es herein set opposite to the name. together with the cosi of such sale and adver.


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15 Martha Jo~hni-in

LT I Farshley E~itate
5 oSevia JA)hrns a

7I >Parshicy jE.:ate

1 14
i Henry McKin~ney
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12 arst.ky E.-.:ci~
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61. acres bd n by Sperring and Parshley.
e by Johnson and Remington. so by King.
Blackburn. Parehley, and w by Sperring
2 acre lot bd n. e and w by Parshley and
so by alley
lot :"x38 ft bd n and w by Joh3on.n e
by Parshley and so by alley .........
2 acre lot bd w by sec line, e, so and w by
alley ....
lot 350x200 ft. lb acres. bd n by sec line.
e by corporation line. so by Evans and w
by Parshley and Reminugton
lot 150x207 ft, bd n by McLellon, e by
Frazier. so by Lord and w by Martin
2 acre hlot. 1bd n by Sperring. e bly Mc-
Cleland and Martin. so by Parshley and
Johnson. w by sec line..................
1 acre lot, bd n by Parshley. e by John-
s-.n. S) by Munerlin and w by ;tc line
lot 5)x,6x. bd n by Simmons, e by .Lit,
E.-tatA. so by Masonic Hall and w by S-c
,.!'*x25w ft. bd r. b) Mawonic Hail. t b)
Wh:'- Esat. <. by l,. lir. Ha:!. % by

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24 2 13 $ 4 20


24 2 13
24 2 13


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24 2 13 2 S5


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1:; 2 3


ads&~ SMby amginap
Dmais


EustishasaFbIt Sater ATo
old bWaking Am of eC~ bm BR s
& stWdhae b- wgaiuei by-ad.
tion of other ntlemn d mow be-.
comes a state inatiution


The world's most successful medicine
for hovel complaints is Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It has relieved more pain and suffering,
and saved more lives than any other
medicine in use. Invaluable for child-
ren and adults. Sold by Barclay &
Groover Druggist.

The next regular meeting of the
state board of pardons will be held
July 29. No meeting will be held in
AugustL




Professional Card&



DR. A. S. YORK

DLTIST.

Phme 109. Uiv Oak M






DENTIST.

Office, second floor Lewin build i i
office rooms formerly occupied by
Dr. L M. Dixo.


DR. L M. DIXON

DENTIST

*--.z; bbteM u &""

JACLSONVILLL. PLA


M E. BROOME,



ATTORNEY & CoUNSUWoa AT LAW.
JVR OAL : hMUOML

CiH p atic is at me f to S amo
*i ,attest o g C--iw.es C -
If Re"s9W. AN a. AMhmu ms*am"

NOTART PuuCX IVAC AT LAMB



Le E. ROBERSON,


ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW.

Will do general practice ia State and
Federal Courts.


L'ostoffice Building.
'PoM NxO 190.


LIVE OAK.


FLORIDA.


T. J. LYLE


Practical

S.WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
15 year's expeneice

Sood stock of Watches avs ui. haad


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on rit wil~CkW V"NORM.tfja bh 0 Id n Wedget sm> VM 1W
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qiekly it Pid p Sold by -waMee j- r w t ............. a ft. i, w B. 0
Drug Co. B 0 wWW Iw 1 J L
W i.....k
Hereafter co ted pioW in JL.Wh.t ....-. ..... t .w e L
WHO x"Ok a m w b* IMate ad v
JaekamvwTie will not have the easy by ... L. u o
loafing teM in jail that they have SMi,usw ,bd ate. w h art
bee acfUtomed to. The new d# u t. taebd M 8 AL ....R....c
charter provides that they must work inue, sobyowd w,aMi wy mtL...
on the streets or pay their fine. Rbi & Mcte ... b.. B u wbim
F-0to
Teething children have more or J F White Estate .. ...... lot IlW ft. bd a by C a g. a by
Teething children have more or hM RRobbn&m aby Hwudn.ud
w by Whift itaft amd Maaker ...............
diarrhea, which can be controlled by JWhiteEtate....... ...Mb Wt aS Mak.eyWhite
giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Eby Red tandw by Black.
w en .. ...... ........... ... .
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is Charlie Manker ......... lot 2U ft. bd n kConier. e b
neceMry is to give the prescribed dose Whjt... byWhitEtte od
after each operation of the bowls more Puhtiey Estate ... lot.13....ft. h a by Rowaed stEby
Jo000Y,' by PsobleY, w by Dowba ......
than natural and then castor oil to Paruley Estate ..... ot.mi u bdubylCamoll, mByrdadBr-
dick vllag sad Joflhy, e by White.
cleanse the system. It is safe and sure. sobw s ad bSure byW
Sold by Barclay&Groover Druggist. Ohioa. ...............
-D G.... .............. t l t. ..arton d
BW Helvhnston .........lotlOO 20Mft.bdn by Biackburn.soby
Helvensm w by Hore anHd dee......
The commissioners of Leon county B W Hevens ........lot froting 391 ftoM a ie H lveiston
have passed a resolution favoring the ave. bd aby Blckbr and e by White.
so by Helvenstaon a"dw w by K"tz ......
oo f the county for $(00,000 for B W Helvenston ........... lsot l40xXim ft. bd anby elvestonave, e
ibfdig hard surface roads. The: by Kimwa. so by Conner. w by Ohio
a Vo MuO ........... ............ ..t.................
date for holding the election will not B W Helienston lot SxlT0 ft. bd n by Conner nd O'Har.
be set until th e Augt me ting ofthe! e by Dmrow st. so by allUey and w by
SA nsley ...................................... .... .
board. SV O'Harat ........ lot 6x100 ft. bdand so by Helvenston.
e by Danmw st and w by SB Conner...
A ( La- W ; S'B W Helvenston lot 6x100 ft. bd n by MeCollon. e by
A oldea Wddlia Danrow t, soby O'Huara and w byS
C4 1kn e .o.. o................... .....ooo oo.....................
UMean that man and wife have lived to B W Helvenaton lot bd n by Helveaston ave, e by eUller
a good old age and consequently have st sobysci ntlnand w by North Du-
val and Da)rrow sts .. .................... .........
kept healthy. The best way to keep S W Helvenston... lot frontitg300 ft on so aide Helveston
Sis to se ta yu liv ave. bde by White, o by eeton line and
ethy s to s that your liver does w byWa rit .......................................
it's duty 66 days out of 3655. The only gy Es tate lot ft, block A .d n byConner at.
e by Parshk, so and w by Romse...........
wayto do ti is to keepBallard's Her- Parbley Estate .........lot26xnOft.bloekA bdabyConnersat,
eby First National Btak and Barton &
bie i tntheboe and take it whenever Co. so by Howard at and w by Reme ad
your ergete inactive. 50 cents per nlot xs4 ft. bok B. b. d n .nd w by
bottle. Sold by Suwannee DruCo. Prshley, e by Byrd. ao by Howard at....
Parshley Estate .. .... lot 50x85 ft. block D, bd n by Conner st.
eby Pinest, so by Byrd and Tillman. w
Parshley ... .. ...............
"Shadbo, did you ever have a touch o 150xl? ft, bd n by Conner st.ef
of anything like the appendicitis?" Tlhian and Panrhley, so by Howard st
and w by White ...........
"Omee; have you forgotten, Dingusa, Prshiey Estate lot 50x1lO ft. block D. bd n by Conner st.
that whem you were operated on for it byWhites by Howard sat. and wby
Suwannee st-.....
yO touched me for an even hundred?" Parshley Estate lot 45x170 ft. block C. bd n by Conner st,
e by Airth. so by Howard at, w by
C hurch st .. ............. ........ ..
"Snered day and night the torment Mrs Mary A Porter........ lot 133 1-3x170 ft. block D. bdI n by Con-
ner st. e by Church st. so by Howard st.
of itching pikes. Nothing helped me w by York .........
matl I umd Don's Ointment. It cured Parshley Estate lot 150x150 ft. block E, bd n by Howard
Bt, e by I apttst church, so by bchooL w
m pe manetly.- Hon. John R. Gar- by Houston st
Mt, Mayor. Girard. Al 2 Parshk-y Estate ... all of block F, less lots described above,
rett, lU97 i Girard. AIL 2 50x100 ft in northwest corner...
SParshley Estate lot 240x260 ft. block G.bd n by Byrd, Mc-
Collum. Parshley and Burnett. so by Wil.
ber st, w by Suwanneesst, e bylBurnett,
Parshley and Hawkins .......
M R 8A& K Parshiey Estate lot 60x100 ft. block G. bd n by Howard st.
e by Byrd, so by alley, w by McCuler
Mode 10 B u i c k Runabout parshley Estae lot 50x60 ft, block G. bdnby Burnett. e
("White Streak") fully by Pine t. so by county lot and w by
w Parshley ........... .
Q With AutomatiC Parshley Estate lot 5ux60 ft. bd n by city lot. e by Pine
9 W iSt. so by Hawkins, w by Parshley,
awind Id, Prest-o-block G ......... .
itA MSn s S e, J F White Estate lot 3x69 ft. block G, bd n by Citizens
lit, tank,. Magneto. upe w t ~ ~ ^
)!M Bank. e tby Ohio ave. so by C H square, w
IM a 5Ml pin rubber y. baiden. lot 1. e'.4 of el., of lot2.
eo r and both single and Huphreys and Brys..... lot 1. e, of e', of block I .....
dwblM rumble Neitsl. Been :Pauabey Estate lot 4. blocklI
I rmle Been lJ hiteEtate ..... lots 5and6.k t ..............
U di t a Short tume an n I P] hley Estate lots 7. Sand 9. block 1
Us-R ^ i- nr* A A r I ai Sadly A White e".f ofe'z of lot 11 and lot 12. block I
Mn llitOW in pereCt COneLn Panrley Estate .......lot 250x150 ft. block L fronting Pine st.
U Ow eri Wants larger Ibdnby Parshley. e by Parshley. so by
w e i r* iTLA Airth.wby Pne st......
l ur. Addyng Box 626, Jack. Parhley Estate lot 187xl50 ft. block I bd i by Wii ama
yi-^llFa I* and White, e by Ohio ave. so by Church
MIITUM, rUL and w by entire block I, Parshley........
*Parshey Estate ... entire block 1I................
I 'Parsbley Estate entire block K....
Parsley Estate entire block L, less lot 66x140 ft on w
________________side of katdonated to church.
1 ^_ i 9 a Staford l ot 221x171 ft block M bd n by Stafford. e
i1 _diLA ^ : I Estateby Church st. so by Blackweil. w by Rice
| | u I e lasii C isaacey Estafor loEntir f block N ....bS...
| Pambe EstateT Entir blck I Parshley Estate ....all of BlockO0 ess lots onn aide a de-
scribed Below............
L & & A Parshley Estate lot 143x38 ft block Q. bdn by Johns st,
e by Hiiman. Foony Willims. Hildreth.
____________________ ______ se by Hillman. and w by Orange st
^ ^ ^ ^Ii Panhley Estate Entire block R .......


Ab__ my _- h PnorshleyLK Estate Entire block S
Parshkey Estate allof block T less one acre n w cur........
* a 9 g=dy4 IN c& o f Laura Rice acre lot n w cor Q
n ,i aIM Stafford 1 acre lot across n end of block N
P&An doS m rnsy Estate Entire block V ...
SParshley Estate all of block W less lot described below
'__.
u. Parshley Estate w'; of block X
Ni MI NOCp aded 'Mrs Armstrong lot F 1 in so e cor block X
i .Mrs S T Overstreet 1 acre lot bd n by Dexter. e by George
ave. so by Duval stand w by White
vi ad 6 taka% c c Shackelford lot 50xl35 ft bd n by McClellan. e by S M
i, 'Band. so by Dexter.
S Mm d gIbM6 of Sunday Morning Band lot 60x125 ft bd n by Bellemy., e by sec
S. I .... line. so by Dexter, w by Shackelford
i nI Ema Bellemy ..l. ot 50x125 ft bd n by McClellan; e by ,ec-
*h S S lpi mub vy.- tion line,. so by Shackelford. w by Mc-
Clellan ave .......
iV0 0 i I McClellan Heirs 21(x210 ft ibd n by Whitehurst, e by sec
line, so by shaekelford and west by Me-
SiGehee
h 1 AnS Iv~d bJe bel Tampa Mathis lot 106x225 ft bd n by Harris. e by Mc-
j d Lie b Clellan, so by McGee and w by Hamilton st
SC0lW have be M tOr i A Whitehurst Sr ..... lot 7ox250 ft bdn by Lewin, e by sec
0 At lkvisig VA I line. so by McClellan and w by Harris.
a* Alonizo Marshall ..... lot 501x200 bd n by Live Oak Mfg C4 eby
i t C a q"atifl. Cof section line, so by Broward Davis. w by
Hamilton st
10d o O U0 OI O j Newman lot 171x241 ftbd n and soand w by Spcr-
WB Y IT NOW. ring and e by Hamilton st
SW Unknown ..... lot block B Dillionadd
SJ W King lhts 46 and 47 and 4 block B Dillion add
[ W F Farnell......... kts 30 and 31 block C Dillion add
________ _I- Uuknown ......... lot 33 block C Dillion add ......
J Carter lots 16 and 17 block D Dillion add
ack Jones lot 19 block D Dillion add
lnz o Brownm lot 20 block D Dillion add
W F Farn, ll }ot 21 block D Dillion add
Cam W hiterker lots 2 and 23 block D Dillion add
Unknown ...... lots 2.6and 27 block E Dillion add
Oscar Williams. lot 2S block E Dillion add.
UnGDawnu ...... lot 3 block E FSlates add
ni asHerring lot 550x06bd neSperring and w by'.1 ulia-
WFFarnell Entire block G Slates add
Geore IDavis ...... lota 1.2.3 and 4 block HRSlate s dd
Geore D avi .. lot6bck H Slates add ........
SHR R xM n ......... Entire block J Slates add
silo ISB nda .yllti L-,... I .I A 9 vul.2.1i p ciR*Sat sad


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Mavis .. Hall o.lot 7fzdft nby Hmki4d .aeyby im e
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block C ....
Wfllsal Gear lot l7OxWft WA&y4 eue.aby H i


byei lso a b ytCobiblin.wby l &m.
Mobt Taylor -. l2otreSxM cldiurdAd.
DTDDixoa ..v .. lionablwk rblokd....
RMautHal .-...-2bekl n dd ....
SMa BaU n .lot 70406 ft bdnbyHakt mdMi...yB
totns -ad. by oks.e d wbyCo md
Desrteham ... 2bloek 4 Car- add
Sam Morehead 703M ft hd a by RomM ey Hollo s
so by setinlmi m w by Res---


MDAifett lots3 80014 blo kICUladd._
JDDDix Youn ...... .. lot5 14 lock ICartH add.. ..
Robat K t L ......... .ot I <.< 2CerradO ..



R MMary. _o .% .lot S block CarrMl aM..
Sharl McDaniel. .ot block Carroll add
)Soaon MeDaziel lot 6 block 2 Canll*d W.
Denis~reyAM. .. t4btbck)arrol eN-

J FDakGrabm .. ot E e 2 o4 aW8b ld a kumhry add a

5lin, eby Irvin at, soby, lumu udwby
D Gnym Wat 2 block 3 Carre at.
Jer ouloway -- lot 14 block A Chrod aadm
B i l NY l o ..... lot27blockA8lumaro.add
Parei Heirs am lot3 12 block 4 CaH U add
J F White Estate 2 U sresbd nHunphoys a& d rCol
lines, e by Irwi at, s >byB---e dv wk
i ~Walkerst..
G RJolloway lot 6 block A umphr add.
SH McNeil Moo ... lot 2 block A Humpn adld
NPEluamHes lot 3 blockA umwismy uadd.
Gee Beatona --lot6blockA umpbrsyada.
9 Charlie Momn lot 7 block A Hveprosa"d .
N 9 koou lut 8 bblo&AH =1 t= Mill
H R Mel d. lot 9 block A u sAHoUmdd
SI S Whiteurst Sr. lot 10 block A Hursadd.
Frank Connerty lot 2 block A Hi hiaM odd
Unknown.. lot 14 block A Huamhqr add
SCharlie Moore lot 1 block A. Hwknu v add.-
WGStuart .....lot 16, block A. Hum a'aad.
J S Whitelurt,. Sr lot 17. block A. Hum @hrey'add
SFlrankComnerly lotAb U lock A. H hw ami
NE1 a .lot 2k9x, block A. H6 WRam.
Ben McNeil- lots 6 and 7. block i, H ,qm adhd
SRobt Keywest lot 9, block B, Hump sa'dd.
Will obertioo lot 10. block B. Hdumhry's ad
RTho ........ lot 11. block B. Hmphrw M ad
H Wright lot 12. block B. HuaokR add
BeR Mathisu lot 13 and 14.I block imhuw' r
SIsrad Whitehurst,. Jr lot 15. block Hm3r...
Lula Ivey lots 17 and 18& iloekB IS. Mumhwkniuy
Charlie Moore .. lot 19, block Humpbuwy's add..
W L Simpkins w. wj of lot 20. block B. Hmplhey'sd.
I iBobo. e"- of lot 20, block B, Humprey's add
Rosa Rohinson lot 21. block B, Humphreys add
B J Baker lot 24, block B, Humphrey's add
B J Baker ... lots27and2S. block B Humphuro'eaN
Henry Sheffield one acre lot. block B. H mi irey a.
N n by Robinson. e by Irvinak t, gobt
3 Thoomilhl
Jack Hunter Estate lot 2 and w of 3, block L Pine add
Robert Hicks lot 1, block L Pine add.
3 Israel Whitehurst lot 4 and eta of 3, block 1. Pine add
Harry Thornhill lot 5, lockk. LPine add..
JDRMeLamU .. lot 10. block L Pine add.
EM Green lot 160x30 ft. bd n by 7th st. e by Walk-
5 erst. soby8thstw by Green
SMary Clement lot 124x72 ft, od n by 7thst.ebyC Olm.
s ents. so y Green, w by see line
5 EM Green 4acrelot.bdn by 7th st, eby Grem, so
SDby 8th st. and w by Clements
5 Lewis Washington lot 14-x150 ft. me co" Hildreth add
W SThompkins lots 1,2,3 and 4, block A. Hildreth add
MM Higginsi lot 1. block D. Hildreth add
3 OH Hyrd lot 5, bock D. Hildreth add
W S Simpkins .lots 3 and 4. block E, Hildreth add
J L Stokes lot 5, blqck E. Hildreth add
5 GeoPMcKinney lots 7 and 8 block E Hldreth add
0 Mrs Lula Williams lot 15 block F Hiidreth add.
5 HEDehgal lot7blockGHildreth add
CJMcGhoe. lots 3 and 4 block H Hildreth rdd
5 T H Davis lot 13 block 7, ildreth add
W N Walker ....... lot 2 block I Hildreth add
5 Luranie Fielder lots 7 and 8 block I Hildreth ad&
S Unknown lot 5 block B Robinson add
Unknown lot 6 block D Robinson add
5 LL Bailey ei2 of e, of !ot 1 bock I Robinson add,
Allen Love lot 1 block L Robinon add
C W Oliver 1 acre lot in nw cor of section 23, town-
5 ship2, rang 13e. bd nand w by see hne
6 C W Oliver 2 acres bd n by Oliver, e by Robinsonadd,
0 so by Conner and w bysecline
05 Unknown........ lots 1 and 2 ulock I raidrod add
5 lTohn W Touke lot 4 Block I lrg add
5 Unknown lota 1 and 2 lock 2 railroad add
3B. Peak lot 3 Block 2 railroad add
0 Willie Evans lot 4 Block 2 ilrcMi add
1 Unknown lots 7 and 8 Bock 2 railroad add
4 Unknown lots 9 and 10 lock 2 railroad add


Unknown lots 3 and 4 Block 7 railrod add
5 Unknown ...... lot 7 Block 7 railr add
.1 W William ...... lots 8 and 9 Block 7 railroad add
0 Unknown lots 10.13 and 14 Block 7 railroad add
JLHops lots 15 and 16 Block 7 railroad add
0 Unknown lots Block 8 railroad add
A M Dudley. ..... lot 5 Block 6 rag adadd
J H Swain lots 6 and 7 Block b ralrad add
3' Unknown lot 8, Block b. railroad add
i RW Williams lot 16, Block 9. railroad add
I A A Thomas lots IT and 18. Block 9. railroad d
4 Unknown lot 1. Block 10, railroad add
Unknown lot 1. Block 10. railroad addition
U, nkno%%n lots 1. 2. 3. 4, 5 and 6. Block 12. r r ,&d
UnknoWn lot 7. Block 12. railrmd add
0 Unknown lotS,Block12,railroadadd
[Unknown ......... lot 10. Block 12, railroad add
; Unknown lot 11. Block 12. railroad add
SJohn CheeseBorough 2 acre lot, Bd n By 7th st. e BW i..,n
n knw By Airth. w By Hildreth 2nd add
9-' Unknown 1. acre lot, Bd n By Wilson. e b) :r.
k wso By Airth, W N y Middleton
S3 Unknoaon lot i. llidreth 2ndadd
70 1 Hackson ot 5, Block A. College llemht,
SHenry Mobley lot 19, Block B. College Height.
5 Thomas Allen lot 3. Block C. Col ge Heights
i' Ida lefferson lots 9 and 10. block C. College Iir; -.*
i J A Grimes lot 4, Block D, College Meights
60, HG Adam.s lot 1. Block E. College Heght.
13 Frank Sherman 'ot 2, block E, Coll-ge tteight
0 1lurBertSSherman lot 3, block E, College Heiht.
0 Unknown- lots I and2. block G, CollAge 1Ie-*lf.
Unknown lots 7 and 8, Block !1. CoAle Hlf:, ,
50 -flplv"~n, nonaon


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3 eumphreys 14 acres
6 75 e By Car
V Mias Emma Parshey I cre
3, THelvens
10 95 Mrs R C .Jernigan 1lot140


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