Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
June 7, 2013


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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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YaldP*a. Ga.. June 22.-Valdapta %401 Md -IN fo ho-toBW

p,3 r3~RA sSION 09V003. 'visited by another tytve 5 (swlsSnli)
ToYIONl FOR 11A RAF this eVening, when the lumber plant On Saturdy ame *0rlaa y ex. Th State Normal which NEW IB
and Planing mill of the Wlsenbaker .S n oaeBa- ~ ~ ~ C S
&UNMISAMOt an. ern Banthuer Gansvhlle rad cadol at
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1kATOIMThe loss Is $40,000 to $45,000 and A"wa beard before Judge Connor th Ganevil Gne. and 190 Se AS 10. Q ~ the ingraufe about $16,00. Besides an Y were boun ome to awai atwbnigMna ns&M
the valuabl -machinery, about oae thek there was treee a Und ob- It ANain tm
and a' fail million feet of lumber was bond wvs Sed by the ladee at the first or opeming day, still increw to ~. Ob. n the grou1ds and was mostly con- $iw ah whch a=. real es is point of number,.a h al
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lakeCit7I he charg against the .defendiats heavy earonlment
______A wagon leaves Suwjnnee Spring s mW6 in &a trtegee, And Prin"Ipa Dr. W. F.. Tocum. he___everyx week day for Live Oak, carry. It
M. i jn 23.-The Bep lug sWing water bottled and crked th cime Is for killIi a ngro, 31i aien Of the University of the SlteA
congation has been ,called to at the spring in the morning, thug Hill, which occurred In, the Clayuand of yjia. 1e90W very much meur Atana Q& JW L
aged, and belle" that the ell- W. To"&g awsa ssUSI
jogin entr ggson at lake CitY retaining all its natural gases, and tlemet on June bfr w weswl ha e u of the nbls
24 The occasion Will be for delivered to consumers for only 10 eantsewforemc two hundre wit arryi AlnaWei
euvsslon to decide whether or cents per gallon. -Apply to p. L. ~ gnie TegsD~ ebm il emmu befo hnre h cos arrien ftknth. 7"dW W"
It vl found and maintain a state ROWs Or Stop the wagon. tf o h em hc ilcam ~ hbc hti ob
college atLak' City. The ___ _____(leUno,23rd.) o h e hc ilcsaeSTP~M M0 81
"nd grounds of the old sfte __eight weeks 9t two hundred and fore the S$We Llte
Wdyhave been offered to the T~ax sS~ Hemming gas. r*- 4902 the home of 11V parents afy.The At-uosLg.towsth~r with $160,000 in celved the following noe fo Youmans, FULa, to seek employment' Dr.. Yocum and 'his force, which it Georgia are prqwbag a 3ewdf Comptroller Croom: -TLe rate of 'R A machine shop In Jacksonville. One of the most competent that could probIbItI010. to which "MO bo ~.Win the first time the state cop taxation for all State purposes a Z. W. Lowrey. a young white man, is have been gotte together in the have 6K anM898
bhas been called to meet 'in Axed by law for the year, I. D. 1907, mInlg, and his father Is now in the State* west Immediately *to bard with, this pition. Dr. Tema _ams.The basis of relbre- 14 9even and one-half mills, a fol. city using every means 4o locate his work, with the result that the system going bliow the LagllsiasSml
itwo delegates for every lows: For general revenue, 2 mills; boy, whom he belives is IIsoe was organized and In excellent work' "I*ta te of an ur U
lgorder before the clrslng of th tj~q bouws qj the date be
and on0 aMIUial. delegate State school tax, I mill; pension tax where.trtdy
evey twenty-five members over 4 mills; board of health tax, one- W. A. Lowrey, the father, arrived Dfirstn was illepLt VVB
half of a =1il.99 In Jacksonville yesterday morning, The 8tu'delts, May Of *whom awe DrYonwa emyP5
and after taking In the various hoe. no strangrs here, are deligtetd wit frm state SUPenmus Aebo BAD e MUo pitals in search of his boy, appealed the faculty, Gainesville, and their sur- tacky to assistant mma
Will be a picnic at Pine to the polc" to as" him In onig aeal.adhv ad eueto h uie~ 7
"M pounad on July, the 12th. oug& DavW AeuetmiyKil Rim. serch. In reporting the matter to a united resolution to make this am ________W ae Sma Island Cotton An- new Whime out HUnting, the police he left a photograph of the of the& most Successful normal Wihwi- wi~as JImm4 tic.
astweare the State has ev'er 001,OYed- Nole Is 5 gVes
5vyyboiy Is Invitdd to From VoIN&Y Daift. young man, In hope that it would 2taei. rs WeirebI amr'Uno ilgv
bring a wellflled basket. The distressing news was received aid them in the search. -h fis fuaction of the tern Ciaynw 9sba@ VW~ IU0y~ a
No.Shl and others will be in this city late Saturday afternoon The young Isan left hi. homei two teue Otsf. a nru- Ey 901,60 BONN e 3W Ila
emake an address. Program that Hugh Davis, on of j. KL Day* weeks ago, and after searching for aextenind then at the el555M co ry s dy Isgaw
=6i known later. of this city, had accidentally shtwork several days wrote to his father dakm ig fe atthoLatcs and Mrs. a...Rves
*J EL JOHNS, himself while out hunting near Mayo. that he was ill ad seed mosey. ZI ainevyil they won tend e etn stee
A. C.JOHNON, is ftherwent t one tothe 4 'Te money was meat to him through an informal reception by the urapit ltls* kVI 8Jj M3R~UNK. the accident, and brought home te general ashver) ot the postoflle, Young Pple's Unics. There man Losm aisnd1f
committee. body of his sOn. It sems that while but as the parents heard nothing & hundreds or more ppement, and the 6'___Uses__out hunting with a oompalo thy more from him, the fther cam to evening was Passed JR a mast-owMaii hae o90e1ed found a make and the bey struck a thet. joya.Me Donna. th tdemis being .
bask sod are getting the snake with the breech ot hu gs Mr. L.@Wre said that he had C&Wl gives as ptnt to meet the 1100- Hae76s~d7 assent --eAmp t, causing its discarg, the entire load ad at the paowe, sd tkk iww for pie of th' it. terissfrut ~ 6 W bd
ineples early is August. entering his heart and killing him in- his boy, contanig the mOoey. was punch was served during the evuing. system asid ca i Uenb1e wft 3 PF slat the. Som9&y au stil therem kidneys WAn bblad? HaveD YOK-110
a inptala ad sisconid ieu- His body was brought to his tht- The father Is deeply worried about ~ ymessig rk. In lons ide. bas. 1Po e we
se'a here and this morning the inter- the yousg -n.a and sany information Fire at a early howr Sunday morn- der? Have yos a SSWg ow -4' ment took place at Peacock, the old that can be furnished him will be Ing destroyed the dwelling and store oftl two. sqpda uAIW
In do FiPs f- home of Mr. Davis, The funeral ser- gladly reeved. building of George Uanders closed.
at_ asi @@e INWIC vice was held by Rev. Ridley and in the northern part of the city. The 0766? Too frequet a 0 ul fib
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-Ter o s e d c eed among the voters urging them to in a corrupt or improper way, but is far below his old standard. When. ei ce agi
ON NollM US|vona the dry ticket and supplying the "incidental expend o a long a man reaches that perilous pinacke'to s re
V IA voters with badges and tickets. In! campaign where the opposition is of fame that he expected to convulse Tribuse is a
----- this way quite a good many votes vigorous and every county in the his hearers with laughter evry time says that t he

were captured for the dry side. This State must be "'stumped," make a tax he speaks, the measure of his Misry i body ha thi
TUTEBDAY Vl4Y ~ 1 programme is said to have been car- bill of such large proportions that is complete and it' is time for him qulaltorial i
arohibed out at every precinct in the it may well dismay the man of mod- to come down. Mark ought to come toa o trima
county. rate means and drive him from the home and enjoy a tleen old age would e a ma
; "~1The prohis also served ice tea, lem- race. Oar fare, hotel bills, printing with never an effort to be funny by mer k, !
= ~ ~~onade, hot coffee and sandwiches, etc. bills and other Incidental, to gay contract, lkt.

1,296 for prohibition and 437 for "'touches" to which the caddt is Congressman Lamar is talking on [artieS cha rg'
antd-prohibition. Every precinct in subject by incorruptible but Impor- the tobacco industry in his speeches brougt tO trial.

m s Were Sa and Paers were the county went dry, and Valdosta tunate friend who need a title in his district, and as thip new iater- criminal ca
--6 O Imed by lemlias weolker--. gave 349 majority for that side. money for necessary expenaea in help- eat has already spread from Quicy ventos of a
Soom ing to promote his interests in a as far east as Madison and there Is no fact all
IT OOTS MONEY TO RUN. strictly legitimateway, make a formi- reason why it should stop at the Sn- each of theme
Col. Bob Rogers, of Marion county, dable total that would eat a big hole wannee river, some facts given by Investigat S who has been mentioned several in the 'few thousands" laid up by Mr. Lamar will be interesting to our where. I..

Valdosta, Ga., June 24.--One of times as a good man for Governor, Colonel Rogers for his old age, and readers: secuting attrmqb
-' tthe most remarkable prohibitionist had something to say on the subject if he sticks to his resolution, we don't "There are about 8,000 acres of the party to tit
epec to seehiintels.Its
elections ever held in Georgia enged the other day in the Ocala Star. He expect him in the lists. It i land planted in tobacco in Gadadea ing necessary, si
here this evening with an overwhelm- said in the first place that he was not unfortunate that it is this way, for county, said Congressman Lamar, under the Faalkast lag victory for the prohibltionists. going to be a candidate if he was let It excludes some high-clas men fro "and most of it is under shade. The prohibiting the -i1 the field, but how is It to be re-.oac lne nteoe ebo iiinc6tS
The prohibitionists had the beit albne or could consistently get out tmedied, tobacco planted'in the open selor hibition coasti4
organization ever known in the coun- of it, but he would admit that cer- m from 25 to 30 cents a pound, while classifcatios.
try, the main strength being the wo- tain things might come to pass that that grown under the shade brings other judicial a
e auxdlkries in every district. The wold induce him to make the race The efforts of the late representa- from 65 to 80 cents. The cost of cases, or as as" a
=* prohis outgeneraled their opponents although he had no present inten- tives from Madison and Escambia erecting shade barns, as they are the inherent right
at every turn, the antis being unable tion of doing so. This seems to leave counties to hold up by injunction the known, and buying all material to authority, and 3& Ba
to get a strong organization of the him in a mixed state of mind on the payment of moneys appropriated for raise shade tobacco' is estimated at contempt s
bsiness men. .subject from which the progress of the State fairs by the late legislature from $700 to $1,000 an acre. A good ight, else woai tI
The prohis held rallies everywhere events will probably rescue him in due will be watched with much interest medium yield of shade tobacco is short of efcleDr.
*l! yesterday, and after the big meeting season. But the Colonel said some- all over the State. The Tampa fair 1,00 pounds to the acre, so one can pressly says theII at the Opera House a committee of thing in conclusion which showed is really a big institution which can readily see how profitable forty acres compelled to
over 100 wbeent to trains to meet him to be a lan of stalwart common made of practical benefit to every in shade tobacco would ba,, yielding and with that aa
bands from herald and Savannah sense and shrewd and canny judg- county in the State if those counties as it will, from $1,000 to $20,000 per to see, as a liYi and persuade them to return home. ment suggestive of excellent timber choose to avail themselves of the op annum. In 1906, from thirty-five Faulkner law froUi
* The prohis paid their expenses and for a large executive trust. He told portunity, and we should dislike to acres of shade tobacco in Gadsden point of view, w 2
gave them a good sum and told them the Star that by attending strictly to se it dwarfed to a mere local enter- county, a crop was taken that sold with any man's
that the bands were not needed. business he had laid up a few thou- prise. But if the fair company is not for $26,000. As an illustration of or otherwise
They also visited several negro work- sand dollars for his old age and he legally entled to the money, of the prosperity of a tobacco growing revered organic
ers and informed them that it was to was mighty sure that he was not go- course it shouldn't have it; although county, continued General Lamar, b hoped that o a
be a white folks' election. The conse- ing to spend that money in a political the objection comes a little late see- "it is only necessary to state that the adjudication of i
ugage was the negroes did not vote campaign. That is the very essence ing that the appropriations of pre Quny Saecesarnkt stare from theadjdicatonof
to any great extent, the prohis pro- of sound worldly wisdom, but we fear vious legislatures for the same pur- $600,000 to $1,0 0 dep o m w pe
bably getting majority of those who that it excludes Colonel Rogers arom pose have been permitted to go the Quincy Natial Bank rries A Fre
"" venture to the polls. the list of avallables and he might through. h unyNt~al Bn are
efrom $400,000 to '$600,000. Every- Madison. Fla.,
The ladles were at the church at as well drop the subject. We live in one has a akacut n hdyasoreoM
4 o'clock this mornlag and marched a sordid and mercenary age, and thE Dcrepitude is falling upon Mark farmers are amongst the most liber- more at RutldS' ea the polla.before 6 o'clock. They noble spectacle of the people rushing Twain's jokes as well as apon Mark al depositors. During the t ten was destroyed bY formed a line on etch side of the en masse (or even one at a time) himself if we may judge by the press years, land has advanced in value which i, unknown
walk exte ding from the Court House to old Cincinnatus ploughiag in the reports of his funny business over in from $6 to $50 and $100 per acre. b arber, ii
to the middle of Central avenue, lear- field, imploring him to drop his agri- England on the present viatt. The The Gadaden n $100 now bh content of
4 a" p e. ag four feet wide for vot- cultural pursalts and come save his dear old fellow has said and done (ekngwn 5 Florida tobacco is wrapper total loss. Bto castO their imperiled country, lives only la more to give the world h nest a tob a sccwaoer
waktr h:-,an h grclualdpr-were insured. 1W

S Thee wece probably tve hun- doubtful history and has no modern tar tha ana an la o 8 ton, maeinatW psnounces it to gdg occupied by
'gopalwomen hand. counterpart Nowadays if he wants but he is working i low grap on Bank and theoup
e eredW the ladies work- the job be pais for it. not necessarily ore o ad the q of t otp the United p ic, as asW
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2.-The brdv r* Atrrg toC~RRSt fun at" th ut to the aist TMe, In Is at a of Sm
a mda" oruuisj this afternsoon. The am is va15 at $100 Pato procure a home, or a tnet for old ae omte ~~t fsstr rma*~
-The w ell-t-dofor thle cOft eic afforded and com co" O~gf S4enaor True.4.-hoewt W5Lefm aaf Reese. Carter. Kaight and Matthew. Specia Col 55bin55l*
~~~~U khfahaa~~ hrivateut Organo of the committee was sais Sortsame -t a
competedby goosing Mr. Carters "adteyesrm
THlE ffiff NAT IL 3ANKI Lve 0ak, FIlrida~ ebismm. Reee rvceIns ~ i m e
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0 T xpet acoutas wll rrie, or e People br ta" eftyo
wi arie o-freurt bee. The sm.~ heow bin 1
night &ad work will begin Tmeay ~~TeMorning. AUl seni... vii be open TheIU th how ~~gtti adk
Live Oak ME rgo coo and alPmawith chre gantbtin n hepo t'ewta, bd-u
twirusew have an opo t hebatgadGiigontery A~
oftecmitet thruhyA.otewuefleuah o-bf*eul I
-a~sw .I 'U COUIitto~tO through l3vesti. era or the water thee Is s quefioi b", ~ssa
offial 0cial acts from the begin- ordut zel~ oe ntlisM.~me a "
Lumber, Shingles, Ic 'e. Electric Lightsc__ __ areafforded, andu otae are not the LgCbj b of
box housesaiby buit c *
Power and Turrpentine, with~ aI bra"d verandas and tighl O- ae m
EI~nL f(Gainesville Sun. ed inie an prvie wihS t . h dElft~ ri ih I a) P)ad o the CYfurnished fr Because Tom Williams, a negro place. bath facess. closets, lavator- omrt tame at 41
Residem or usines usesa at a Very reaonbl frae who was in the Newberry jail upon ise andi electric lights and the wafts Oask ye waft to ns
E~t& powe-Da andn~h Cm~t-freasnmabl 't a charge of assault with intent to and ceilings Inside stained in cherry' the bet tjM ha jW M~
Di ta'purpoer-anih urnt-o auaix. murder, tried to burn ils way out of color. All the conveniences one of rest &"d ___ --
.Prison, gewas himself severely burn- would wish for are provided. includ- Springa is aanidi At Wholesale ond retail lce-Out Of CitY orders hav ed without accomplishing his purpose, ,Ing hot and cold baths. At the hotel Suwannee Spim Jon
S~a e J as the fire was discovered in time toj which is under the immediate charge cial attention, and all orders aromptly filled, save the building. Williams, how. of Mrs. F. IA Rees, who is assisted Pak VU d NM
we win ivyo goo Pimc on lowv grad ceiling an vr a ntetiks fteby Mrs. Mahone Reese, two as amlis- VOIL sandMr.Wl1m
gle&t our jtkcsa. faebigofidinte ble ladies as ever lived in Oak, and, daughter, Mbrs.V
-------- where he -started the fire. He will everything is attractive, the table rived at the Ppirk hAasli
---------------now languish In the county jai here. is furnished with the best the market Mpend the summer. C@.
NO*__ having'been brought to this city Sat- affords, and the best of attention is a U. S. C olessi, bei b
-urday by Constable J. D. Siford. given guests. As a matter -of fact, account of faliftS hmMV.
Wilim wilnwhvyofc w this is an ideal resort, especially for interested a"d safthft
~ I~Wiliam wil no ha e tofac tw one who needs rest. cauft 55 01f. m w has
R chr~e, tat aof which ies a seoin C. T. Turmnan, who is quite indis- a favorite anwig theV
ed, nd rgo, wich s aserlusposed, is a cottager here. Mr. Tur- hotel as she-is a grest IM crime in this State, being a capital man lives in LiveF Oak 'and i In the and very gifted and &o Airline Railway, crime, employ of Col. Porter. thi ar
Fortunately the flames were dis- B. W. Helvenston has a finebrick There Vaal quite a IMM &vannovere inum ia timen tothr printeheesap cottpge here, private property, which Istered at the olsiye
SaanaClubaCmen ouhr0Pns of the Prisoner and save the build- Is being occupied by Mrs. Helvenston. day) and whea their im"
RaeihRihronWashington, Balimore, Mn.. r. Helvenston was a visitor here now under P1m- w, 4
Phladelphia and New York. yesterday* Mrs. A. H. Helvenston and 4LMr, crowd can be a
SLand Sold at Anctiom. daughter, Miss Mamie, and grant ver4 comfortably.
( Gainesville Sun.) daughter, Miss Jennie Weller, of Lake The -now dining mq
TWO ELE&IINT TRIIS DtULY .T10ere was a lively qene & t he City. are guests at the' 4elvenston quite an idditio.. It IN
Uie.States land office in this c'ty cottage anfd are evidently having jL nicely Papered, and heas,~ aday or two 'recently, which re- delightful time. desas can be cat Is
Seab ard xpre s S aboard MIjail senmbled for a tim~e a stook exchange Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burnett, ad -which -wili 110ke It 0041 Na
________________________ on A mduitur6-es, so tr as =Cte Mr. &ua4 11r& W. L Taylor, of Ive* table,
ment was concerned. Oak, have been here for a week or 'The 9601 Oftb he t
Moer Pula Equipment. The occasion of this commotion more. occup"ia a cottage, but Mu. gimteful to Mr. DOW11 A
was an auto*aeo rgttne and M&s Taylor will return home to. wide walk across the IMw.a Sw a actio n s40alres of right on enter day. Mrs. Burnett may spend the is a fiverite outng
a trct o 240acre of and ~ summer here. Mtn Blanche 3ufr love to go On the udmm parilla Islaind, In Cbs-lotte Harbor, nett, who came with the party, re. beautiful winding fluwes. No T7U Jamestown Expositon Line near Punta Gorda, waich ha e turne home phj4. Mrs. J. IA. McCarty 0aa
NC>~ o0., 9 V %0but recently surveyed and opened up Dr. J. C. Cravly, of peancolL & daughter, of FltageraM s
5-~, OR OL the United States Government. etred physician, who genealy awhile at the HoteL Mrs
Lisa Is. io fn A .... 0R % eD Hon. Henry S. Chubb, register, spends the summer here, arrive is a lover Of all odalr fue n
WUZLO &AUOU 3 Ofi50 P517proved himself upon this occasion an yesterday, and is a cottager. is "Md.inId by all the 90110


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ilt 19& mz- M'ACICA WAThIAIE
_________ ~ ,. ~Over thrty yars experMemphis, Tenn., June 2.-The Z e t'lnc.Al vr gaatede
Appal illtom~orrow R.Ht.,t~
plant the following summary of crop FOr SaOby thef Liyo OLk Drug Co0. LIEO* 4P FLRIDA ceived from their special cairrespond-%Ww
Live~~~ic OaMWtj~ ok
The cotton crop has Made material L'*ove -Oak-nm ag Wok-TS WMA adascemen~t during the week. An 0MI"t a sp
Important step forward has been Re He Holes Prop 60 a
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A ItSLAND -- -ia fairies sad equity Ia all at alCs at
putaialag to the ale to I~ ~
.A. and its itin..., a" ralG m a h iase ]a o rY,
aske the Governors reto efrt- lIa, at Tanl.s., on the
with that conviction. Many day of Jue, A. D. 1907, fo a parSA
take the same view, but "His for hitsm ag a
*got there allethe same Tha Jane 7th, 1907. I
-to "get there" Is the approved .ACK MO1BIIY, iA., 8
test in both stts2si 1 saM 38thAplca
bueiS5SL in both ~~Applicant. V D L L G 9i.s ;
,,- Maunfacturer of the Famous ss abR
vies is a habit men have that wo- imyXM PATET.
approve of, because they ca-. i ," SEA ISLAND COTTON G IN
lo e July, A. D. 1907, apply to Hon. N.
GUA RAS wFloo.da. for Lett PThe Most Durable,.Most Rapid and the M6Perfect Lint I serving
a v er it may be of ra Union Milling and S
woseeitmybofi-ply Copay' under; the following -Gin on the Mari
Greeting: articles, of iucrlration: I
Micfour weeks' publication of ~ l IE
each week I 1i of R. WE, Guaranteed to gin 4 to 6 Bales a' Day at Ordinary Speed. Has GWinned
Igs1ot day of July, A, D. 1907, R. J. ALLECN,
ab Court House of Suwannee T. A. as MIKEIny as Twenty-One in Three Days.
Florida, apply by petition J M. 1?NON, a aya w nyO eI he as
-he HoJ. anonnr, C ty.. T Foss Double-Roller Gins Require but L I More Power and no More
eb Hon. J. N. Conner, County .T. WARD. Fo"D u l-"t f~~ D eT L
of maid County, for an order Artices of IfmoaWnto 5.
g and empowering me to ARTICLE I. Lao.bort
sale of a one-thirteenth, un- The name of this corporation shall e
laterest, of Mollie Harrell, be "The Union Milling and Supply Built stand, and r used b the G in
aHrrell, Randall Harrell, An- Company," and its principal place of tey t Gi[r i Floid
iarrell, Winnie Harrell, Alvin busdaess shall be in Suwannee Counsad Henry Mangham, minors, ty, State of Florida. and t Carolina.
f Mary J. Harrell and Hat- ARTICLE II.
Igga n. now residing in Coffee That the general nature of FOR CATALOGUES AND PR
ite of Gqprgla, in the fol- nature of WRITE FOR theAND PRICES
dsbed land. situated in business of said corporation shall be
Coty, Florida, to-wit: Saw Milling, Cotton Ginning. Grist
half of northwest ond-fourth Mill and dealing in General Meragthe t one-fourth of north- chandise and Farmers' Supplies, and SLC
anselrth and east half of re Sp ple an
eetourth and fractional the Manufacture of Cotton Seed Pro
aoft southwest one-fourth dut
t me-fourth, section 36. ARTICLE III. eSSS *404* 4
Soeth, range 13 east. The amount of capital stock of this tso being to remove aid corporation shall be Five Thousand thence eastward along the Suwannee
80LOMON SEARS, Dollars, divided into five hundred river to section line between Sections
of above named minors shares of the par value of Ten Dol- 21 and 22, Township 1, south of Tof Court of Ordinary, lars each. The said capital stock Range 14 east; thence south to townsty, Itate of Georgia. shall be paid in lawful money of the ship line; thence west on township
United States. line one-half mile; thence south one
M aM ARTICLE IV. mile to section line; thence west onegs .Pashe That the term for which this cor- half mile to section line; thence south
L ParShley, as executrix poration shall exist shall b3 ninety- one mile; thence west one-half mile; $gr the sta of Nancy M. nine years. thence soutn one-half mile; thence
,dsind, H. F. Airth and ARTICLE V. west one mile-and one-half to range
lesel Co., a corpora- Th busines of said corporation line between Ranges 13 and 14;
t all peruses laterested In shall1be conducted by a President, thence north along range line one-- a p*em the property In Vice President. Secretary-Treasurer half mile; thence west two miles to
domrthed--Oreeting: and a board of six Directors. That southwest corner of Section 11, os t yee are hereby re- the board of directors shall be elect- Township two south of Range 13 east,
mr I ear Circuit Court ed annually by the stockholders, and to point of beginning; and for the
gt beaIm Live Oak. the ofeers of maid corporation shall purpose of electing three trustees of
0 the 5th day of August. be elected at the annual meeting of the said district; and for the further r A -r
g mrtals eae where the board of directors to be held on purpose of determining the maximum A S ure C ure .
4 Lie Oak. Florida. i the 8rst Saturday in August of each number of mills tax to be levied for se ck a
M ye am repoadeats, year. The Afirst election shall be held the use of public free schools with- Gall Bruises, t. Can uscleds Le a e B S
t inht to codema Ina August. 1907. That until the first in such district; said election will be AN ATISEPTIc that ap Irraa,'- b.
r pub lc ase as a election under this charter the busi- held at the Rixford School house on a-d drives out sp Ir o u
e i eribed plese so of said corporation shall be con- Saturday, the 20ti day of June, A. D. PENaton, ad dves out e P tine l.
a td bas and belag dueted by I J. Allen, President; W. 1907. oPENETRATES tise Pres Blooesd tgimg m Mus'lm
a mas ol lePwid, C. lBevan. Vice President; T. A. J. T. Ward, J. O. Oliver and J. L. VQwt gaf.
Mikell, Secretary-Treasurer; and the Haddock are appointed inspectors, O MA
a petat e the eetwa Board of Directors shall be: E. R. and C. H. Brinson, clerk. OS AMS 11 W
et Oble Aie Ia the Wise. W. C. Bevan, R. J. Allen, T. Done by order of the Board of NC T MlE ATS WAR
P dWa, rectly op- A. Mlkell, J. M. Hingson and J. T. Public Instruction, this 4th day of bemadary lie Ward. June, A. ). 1907. CURED 80IATI EU A Ih
m It amew studs, on ARTICLE VI. E. R. WISE, Chairman.
ct Obte Am. ad That the highest amount of In- J. E. WOOD, Sec'y and Supt. -Mrs. LA. S g U Ka'-gs
uteast with debtedness or liability to which this _Tenn.w rites: beehsn .shstbs i
IOz2 tto eowpo eom can any time be sub- COPY OF ORDER FOR PULICA.- Bt Springs. Ark., o r ber--- -, bnt I
i-- --ee Adil'o m to Jete is twenty-five hundred dollars. TIOS. get more relief frm llad's 6mw ][Amimeatlt. Flria thm ARTICLE VII. In ThemT i aliritom th ~aa mi e mier i X asae metr
Th amt bemadry That the m and residences of la TheeTI Judicial Circt Court m ed r h e er tri .
Igs ~ t afty (I5 the subs bers to the capital stock in and For Suwannee County, Flor- bar&ebottlehsra Ep
pmgu e with the of this corporation, and the amount ida.S :0$
~ He n a .0e. eet sneeermed by each are as follows: State of Florida ) ~__U
8 aeth ateag R. Wise, Live Oak, Fla., R. F. twannee County.)ETH t
Sa c ok.. N , shaw Linesn
to el D. W.C. ea. Uve Oak, Fla., R. F. H. Wilson, )
emeureeO three D. No. 2, tea shares. Plaintiff, ) g, ,
-- g e aerthera R. J. Allen. Live Oak, Fla., R. F vs. )Civil Action by Athsity burial D No 4, five shares
M within the T A. Mikell, Uve Oak, Fla., R. F. J. W. Hosford, ) tachment.
e and D. No. 4. ten shares. Defendant. )
bMe the ahese J. M. Him, Live Oak, Fla., R. Whereas, D H. Wilson. as plaintiff 800 AlD m gP. D. No. 2, five shares, in said cause, has obtained an attachSa there shew J. T. Ward, Live Oak, Fla., R. F. ment out of the above named Court
tbe tak D. N. 4, t hars. Issued on, to-wit: 31st day of May, Suwannee company.
at Senth la 3. R. WISE. 1907, against the estate of the said
WW will be W. C. BEVAN, defendant, J. W. Hosford. wbich at- ..
(Mal) R.J. ALLEN, tachment has been levied upon the
T. A. MIKELL, following described property of the
S l t- ~ J.M. HINGSON, e'.enlar.t, to-wit: One-eighth undiv:d- R
al & J. T. WARD. ed interest in and to that land lying
the Ml State et Pierida. and being in the County of Suwannee,
_- ~im Ilve Bewanee Coanty. and State of Florida, and more partid this Before me, J. B. Johnson, a notary cularly described as follows, to-wit:
-Lm 1, pubtle for the State of Florida at South calf of the northwest quarter,
~. V. 3RTUOIN. large, personally, came E. R. Wise, and ti e northeast quarter of the "
,' al~ u3 l'W.C. per alR. R.c Allen, T. A. southwest quarter of section four (4), JAMESTOW N EXPOSITION
Mt el. 4 M. Hiason and J. T. Ward. township five (5), south of range
* whoD se belas daly sworn says that fifteen (15), east; said property held VIA
they have beard read the foregoing in common with A. T. Hosford of said
artilees of lasprporation, and that county; for the sum of one hundred '-- they each siged same for the pur- and twenty-four ($124.00) dollars, ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILW AY
mid Angn Ose p IOsthesela mentioned and set founded on a promissory note. Wheregarth, as, it appearing from affidavit that
S- S werr to ad subsertbed before me the said defendant is absconding, con-From LIVE OAK, F
_t., $| [ hI |lO--4r- this 15th day Of June, A. D). 1907. dealing himself and that he resides om O,] oia
n Stg-eday by J. B. JOHNSON out of the limits of the State of lorm etin Ins Notary Public State of Florida. ida; it is. therefore, ordered that the
1-715- NtrPbiSsaid defendant, J. W. Hosford and
.U otter persons who are interested are $27 ikt. O ae diy wt
hereby required to appear to the ac- $32.75 Season tickets. On sale daily with stop V. whim th* NOTICE OF ELECTION. tion on the fifth day of August, 1907. overs within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.

SNottee is hereby given that an elec- the same being the Rule Day of the a esthe tiom for the purpose of determining said Court. at the office of the Clerk $27.30 Sixty day ticket. On sale daily with stop
whether or not a Special Tax School of the said Court, at the Court House A LI I ire P- Districet tor be known asRlxford of the said County'. at Live Oak. over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
** S peital Tax School District, shall be judgment will be rendered against $22.55 Fifteen day ticket. On sale daily with stop
established with boundaries as fol- you, and your property sold for debt. over within limit of ticket. Good in sleeper.
nae talk- lows: Commencing at the southwest it is further ordered that this order
co rne t eraer of SectIon 11, Township 2., m published once a p for two $14. Ten day ticket. On sale Tuesdays only and
--- south of Range 13 east, running from months immediately preceding sa~d only good in coaches. No stop over priviliges.
wei'tWI hes. aoth e-haf mie o secionday, in the Suwannee Democrat,
lie; hence west one mile to section weekly ewaper published in said Two daily trains, standard Pullman sleeper on morning train,
lme; themes north one-half mile to Witness my hand and seal of said fare from Jacksonville to Norfolk $5.00 and tourist sleeper on
h mthwet corner of Section 4; thence Court this 31st day of May, 1907. night train fare Jacksonville to Norfolk $2.50. Consult lURPLE
er pree miles ,o northwest corner (seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court FOLDER. For further imformation and Pullman write to or call
Sp atmile Suwannee County, Florida. on Frank C. Boylton, District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast
to seotles ; thence north along W. H. WILSON,
esee line to 8awanee river; Attorney for Plaintif. 6-7-2mo Le, Jacksonville, Fla.
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VI mI f a 'Art*Iag 010milm 0tho
__ __- ibi~pof gorty. all Go ss onhom
~ ~.km3.of (Claylid, Was herewa am il tuteeted In the work Limit ta &w4. no stop q," 2
-F. 1,__ _j Csrbft the saverift021401t- 1s 194pd e
______Ian eMsitie worker In the elause
V. D.Earre i f cmPin, to here a"d takes Just pride in this school. neee. tpoe lolow en business. J. L Gramling and R. B. Wiggls 6(1 within limit.
_____are the teeile3, and awe thoroughly PTAJU-Sixtyd*y et. 0d
j.T. Mercer. of Mercer Station. imbued with the Importance Of their in sleeper. -Stop oven alow- '
w ere today on businw work. The attendance at this school ed within limit. j
V.3 of~eIs good. and the best of order Pre- ii&ea tickets. Good in ~
W.J azls f ieGrMvsvalls 4t al ims sleepers. Stop over allowed
her yesterday as business
_____ _From Monday Daow. within limit of Dee. 15th. Gai bM =1kL
j. W. Harper, of nerGrover, was B. E. Wine and wife, of White Also: Reue i e
her. em business last evening. Springs are on a visit this week to $72.65-SgPokane, Wash. June 19, rn. A "uma
his brother. E. R. Wise, of Rixford. to July 11, limit 15.t.' 15. at the tocwh ofte
W. D. Mercer and wife, of Ella- Diverbe route. Stop overs al- match sim Fjarn
vWls ane in the city today trading Hon. W. A. Tisou. of Wellborn, is lowed west of Memphis or prAduAd by m w.
________a prominent visitor in the city tody.
a.C Overstreet was in %he city looking after business matters. Chcago- wilM abe For M I ~
___deatoay $6015-Portland, One., Sesttls het t*0 La
_______Just received a hsew lot of 200 or Wash., Victoria B. C.9 eondi- cm v~ md thue. 1 O
J.. mnstt. of Weliors, is here Moro of tl latest Edison YSeords. tions same as to Spokan. ane. if not st ra den%
P, H. Lovier, the Jeweler. U~ve Oak, leftMbuds= Fla. di-wit 8U M Towil t e E m = ri ftb ftm __ ___

Var. ar R1610 an ife, o fth D. M. Horn, of Boston, Ga.. arrived a sLn to 3&k
Par._renhe _ittoay here today for a short visit to hi Denver, Colo., $57.90. i
C. alkr.o~ ia~omt. brother. D. IL Horn, of the First Na- Gainesville, G&,-17.20. jp a &, aI
Q Ws. of Pi tiosalDank Chicago, M~l,-44.05.-buu.
________low _*___l Bak Detroit, Mich.,-44.45. M
Ow Tvys asid son Fa at W- CQ Bevan, commercial agent for Niagara Falls, N. Y.,-448.95.Mi-9
enwne VU eevfy ~ efres Union, Is In the city to- Put-in-Bay, 0.,-442.95. MAII~',Yqtt)h =mo
________day on, business and reports the crops &ku t. en.-2.1.6
Pln Lair of lbebr In hie s oso suffering very much LokuMtTn.4215
___ frm the need Of rain. Washington, A. C.,--W3.O0.
Nea. _____For further information and

IL L Nsb. of ?tmk. urn tath T. IL Bridges of Ocla Is heeo- Pullman reservations call on or
siwrite Frn Ro esJohn B. ict
I,.IL wraW.of eak Sdtis myu ad six meaty, whi winl be Passenger Agnt, Atlantic Oqast%
ben a aken up the gmn today. Lie J8301vl Fbi YOUR COLLEGES AND F11W
A1111et IPL 0chl rv DEL AD FLORIDA'
mw o a kf jr yescrday and spent A Georgia Society has been organ- Atf~.
:N a" with Mr-. S. J. 7oruImyj JAIUae with the Univan~y ofSa
5- L ~~~aid k% esiinbk family. Mms Forny- Ized In Jac~onville with a large,1LBRLARh-h .
014 o bn f mndb- Duval and Mr. Mitchell are relatives. membership. versity of Chicago. Stetson's 5raduatea receive
__________Stetson and Chicago. See the chicag and @jUfs h
B.. EIVZW wto has for years N-TICE OF APPUCAION FPOR COLG OF LAW.-Grduates of thls C5 hi
011A M0111. ON jjtjjjt4 V= ii n ed ofwitr ~ ties law In Florida without eaiais
WA. and w' eds ot l kinds, will this Notice is hereby given that the COLeGanez OFil TiECNOOGY AN SCOO
year eugge more extensively than undersigned will, after four weeks' leading to degrees. Fine new building c=tl A, X. 93*aa Ca- Moew elm- is tke sed business, and Is now publication of this notice, apply to COLLEGE OF BURINDE .Balg anm ~h
we1~ In the c~y tody- : Tr~ing hifsce stock for fall plant- Hon. J- N. Conner, County Judge of by bes methods.Sorhn and Typewrit&g
ing. Suwannee County, Florida, for letters other Dep~artments. Large Faculty adc
J.B__tsai dnbe.o e PREPARATORY AAEY-Graiduates
3. Skes--~dauhte. o ner _______of administration upon the estate of Yale. Princeton. Cornell, Michigan, Chicaso med 119606M were her tradIn 740wa- A card fro Chsas H.. Brown, who W- T. Mitchell. debased. late of So- NORMALI AND MODEL SCHOOLS.-L
der. ~Is at Hot Springs, Ark- sm e Is Vanne County. Florida; 3. REt New- building. 2. Primary and Grammar Saoo Fn g"i
________improvitg In health some, but is by Ian, deceased, late of Sawansee Schools especially prepare Public: School teachers
16 C- Lae s2d t"o sin.6 Rine so mi well. Mr- S. V. Hough. of County, Florida. having bqen the buldng lgSCOL- faculty," throghpore of m atn
8"d Sfa-s Of LRaml ftades, we is DelUEd and our good friend. Cha legally appointed and quaified ad- ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly emss, om d* y today. Tedder. ame aim at Hot Springs with minister of said estate, and having Stet@on has a faculty of 48 professors and
Mr.___ grw.didorte6hda fAiiA.D from the University of Chicago, Harvard
Mr ied n th 5thday f Apil, D.usa, Toronto. Wake Forest, Louisville
ZwCretand Olve Quarter- ____1907 before final settlement ofsi-Uiesty of Michigan, Dennison and other h

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