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has a right ri ribtrto t to feel proud of The Thehave They
have worked hard to bring themselves themselvesup s
up to their present efficiency The av avarage avgage i imge
gage strength of the company is 64attendance 64 64attendance 64att
attendance att ndance at drill < 40 attendance at atdrill atdriUand a adrill
drill driUand and ceremonies 62 in general ap appearance appearance a
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cent administration including records
85 per cent recruitment 98 per cent centcare centcare
care of public property 85 per cent centgeneral c centgeneral nt ntgeneral
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Within thin a few weeks and the members membersof s
of the companyare c01I1pany are going to try and andmake andmak an anmako d
make a a better showing than ever everINDIANA everINDIANA everINDIANA
INDIANA GOING DRY DRYProms DRYPIobis DRYProhis
Proms Have Added AddedTwentyfour Twentyfour Scalps Scalpsto Scalyto is
to Their Belt Recently RecentlyIndianapolis Recent1 Recent1Indianapolis RecentlyIndianapolis
Indianapolis March 1 Twentyfour 1Twentvfourout Twentyfourout ur
out of f twentyfive twent five counties in which whichwetland whichwetand whi whiwet I
wetland wet and dry elections electionshavebeenhe have been held heldduring heldduring Id j
during the last few weeks in this state statehave statehave sta stahave
have been carried by the temperance temperancepeople temperancepeople temperanpeople
people Three Th e hundred and eightyfive eightyfivesaloonshave eightyfivesalo eightyflsaloonshave
saloonshave salo nshave been closed During t tpast the thepast thep
past p t week eleven counties voted on the
question and all of them wentg went wentdry wentdry
g dry dryOne A1 rY rYOne
One more county is being contested contestedtoday contestedtoday contestedtoday
today and the chances are that it will willbe willbe willbe
be added addedto to the arid belt During the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming week six more counties will be bethe bethe bethe
the scene of contestMeeting contest contestMeeting contesteeting
Meeting of State Bankers in Live Oak OakThe OakThe
The Inverness Chronicle in its last lastissue lastiuue
issue has the following to say of the theapproaching theapproaching th thapproaching e
approaching meeting of the Florida FloridaBankers FloridaBanke
Bankers Association in this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The next annual meeting of the theFlorida theF1 th e >
F1 Florida rida Bankers Association ssociation will occur occurat occurat occuat r
at Live Oak the progressive little cap capital capita1 capital ¬
ital of Suwannee county April 23 and an d c i
24 and a most profitable and enjoyable enjoyablemeeting enjoyablemeeting e
meeting m ee tin g is expected The good people peopleof I
of Live Oak are are making preparations preparationsfor s j
for the event as are those of Dowling DowlingPark DowlingPark Dowlin DowlinPark g r
Park where the men of finance will be b e I
treated to an oldfashioned country din dinner dinner dinaer
ner i i1An
1An An interesting programme will ll be beI beprepared beprepared I
prepared for the meeting in which the
leading bankers of the state s ate will ap appear j
pear Last years meeting occurred occurredI
at St Petersburg and PassaGrille and andthere Ithere
there will be much rivalry as to which whichcity
city gets the meeting m eting of next year F FA
A Wood of St St Petersburg is presi president
dent of the association George R De DeSauasure DeSaussure
Saussure of Jacksonville being b ing secre secretary secretary
tary and treasurer treasurerDeath treasurerDeath II IIDeath
Death of Aged Veteran VeteranOn sterna sternaOn
On January 25 at his home h me near nearDowling nearI r
I Dowling Park J H Jenkins an aged agedand agedand age ageand d
and respected Confederate veteran well
I known in this part of Florida departed departedthis
this life leaving his childless widow to tomourn t tmourn o
mourn his death Mr Jenkins was for formany fo r
i many years of his earlier life a rail railroader railroader
1 I roader and was specially expert and and ef efficient officient ¬
I II ficient as as a trackman at one time hav having ¬
ing charge ofa of a section on one of the theroads theroads th e
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roads entering this city Of recent recentyears recentyears recen t t
years hfrhad he had been engaged in farming farmingHe
He was 77 years old at the time of his hisdeath hisdeath hi hideath s
death Peace to the departed veteran veteranSTATE veteranSTATE veteranSTATE
STATE CONVICTS CONV1 TS LEASED LEAS LEASEDi D DIFoi
1 IFoi For a Term of Four Years Beginning BeginningJanuary eginnin eginninJanuary g
January 1st 1910 1910Tallahassee 1910Tallahassee 1910Tallahassee
Tallahassee March 2 2At At a meetin meetinof meeting meetingof
of the commissioners of the State in institutionsf institutions m
stitutionsf held here this morningthe morning in inthe inthe inor n
the executive office the contract for forconvicts forconvicts f or
convicts was awarded to the Fla Florida FloridaPine FloridaPine k
Pine Company of Jacksonville at atper 281per 281 281per 3 1
per capita per year Seventeen bids bidswere bidswere bi
were brought in The contract as let letwas letwu le t
was for the hire of State convicts for forperiod a aperiod aperiod
period of four years to begin Jan Jan1191o
11910 11910D
D A Dunaway waYJ formerly a citiz
of Live Oak but now of Jacksonville Jacksonvillewas Jcksonvil Le e
J was in the city Wednesday W
J REPORT ASSTSTATE ASSTSTATE AUDITOR AUDITORBooks I IBooks IBooks
Books of County Officials O ciaI Examined Examinedand
and Found Correct COrrectAU All Monies MoniesAccounted MoniesAccounted MoniesAccountedFor
Accounted AccountedFor AccountedForTM For ForTallahassee ForTIlehassee
Tallahassee TM 8See Fla Jan 21909 2 1909 1909Ta
To the Governor
SirI have the honor ho or to report that thaton
on November 12th I concluded an ex eXamination examination
of the County Officials of ofSuwannee
Suwannee County towit towitClerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court Tax Col Collector
lector Sheriff County Judge County
Superintendent of Public Instruction Instructionand
and County Treasurer with the follow following following
ing results resultsi i
i I find that theClerk of the Court has hason hason hason I I
on hand or has accounted for all tax taxsales taxsales taxsales
sales certificates with which he is prop properly properly
erly charged andthat and that as County Aud Auditor Audtor
J itor he is keeping accounts with all the thecounty th thcounty e
I I county officials Which which should be kept keptby keptby t
by himI him t i
I The Tax Collector Col1e < rtor has collected and andI an nd ndi c cturned d I
I i turned over to the County and State StateTreasuries Sta to
Treasuries all public monies that came cameinto caminto toe e
into his hands but he has not yet re received received
ceived credit for insolvencies there therefore therefore I I Io
o fore the tax roll for 1907 is not yet yetclosed yetc1oeed ye yeclosed t
closed closedThe closedThe I II
I The office of the Superintendent SuperintendentPublic of ofPublic ofPublic f
Public Instruction is systematic and his hisrerords B
records are complete completeThe
The County Judge is reporting reportingpromptly reportingpromptly g
promptly the conduct of his office officeThe officeThe officeThe
lyTheturning The Theturning Sheriff is collecting and prompt promptly t t
ly turning over to the th County Treasurer Treasurerall Treasurall jr
all fines and public monies that thatcom thatcominto come comeinto con ig e
into his hands and reporting same to tothe tothe 0
the County Auditor AuditorThe AuditorThe AuditorThe
The County Treasurer Tre surer had ad properly properlycharged properlycharged proper ly y
charged himself with all monies that thatcame thatcame th thcame at
came into his hands and had on hand ha nd
with satisfactory evidences dences of deposit depositNovember 5it
November 1st 273869 2 738 69 distributed as asfollows asfoll asfollows
follows followsGeneral foll followsGeneral ws wsGeneral
General Revenue 1 58 58Fines 58Fines 58Fines
Fines andForfeiture and Forfeiture Ra 1416 50 50County 50County 50County
County Roads 530 38 38Pauper 38Pauper 38Pauper
Pauper I 189 62 62Outstanding 62Outstanding 62Outstanding
Outstanding Indebtedness 12 58 58Special 58Special 58Special I
Special Roads 30 30School 30SchoolJ 30Schoolii
School SchoolJ j 2119 2119State 2119State
State Aid ii 263 03Sub 03 03Sub 03Sub
Sub School Districts 303 51
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M7 i iAll 273869 273869All 869
All of which is respectfully respe tful1y submit submitted submitted submittad
ted
WB W B SADLER SADLERAssistant SADLERAssistant
Assistant State Auditor AuditorI AuditorMRS I
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MRS PICKETT AT GAINESVILLE GAINESVILLEr GAIN ESVILLE
Widow of Gettysburg Hero Tells of ofHer ofHer o f r
Her Husbands Immortal Charge
The crowning treat of our Chautau Chautauqua Chautauqua
qua was thelecture the le ture given by Mrs Gen GenPickett GenPickett Genickett
P Pickett Friday night Everyone was wascharmed wascharmed wascharmed
charmed and delighted with this won wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
d derful woman As she stepped out be before before
f fore < the audience she seemed like some somebeautiful somebeautiful
b beautiful granddame of ye olden goldentimes oldentimes
t times and all hearts hearts went out to her herIt herIt herIt
I It was indeed wonderful wond rful to hear ear her hertell hertell
t tell of that awful battle of Gettysburg
I Her minute description of the battle battleground battleground battleground
ground that nature had seemed to make makeso
so favorable for f r this awful struggle strugglethe
the whole plan of battle and her most moslvivid mostvivid
vivid description of that harvest oJ oJdeath of
death as battalion after battalion went wentup wentup
i up that hill to meet almost certain certaindeath certaindeath
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death < and last of all her gallant husbends hus busbands husI
I bands 1 famous charge that has made madehis
I t his name immortal All is told in sue suea such sucha
a vivid manner as to make it come be before b bfore e ¬
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fore your minds vision like some won wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
derful picture for she sheds Is a word painter painterof painterlof
lof of the highest type ana best of all she sheis sh e
is is a grand lady in a high sense of the theword theword th thword e
word Such tact she shows in dealingwith dealing dealingwith
with her subject so just and so very veryCorrect verycorrect v vcorrect
Correct in everything she said North Northand Northand No Noand
and South were so lovingly dealt with withand withand withand
and there is where she
shows she is a awoman awoman
woman of brain and good blood The Theeople Thepeople Thepeople
people > listened to her with breathless breathlessinterest breathlessinter breathlessinterest
interest inter as the words poured out of her hermouth hermouth hermouth
mouth mouth and all were charmed with her herwords herwords
words even though saddened at the theawful theawful
awful story that we would fain forget forgetAfter forgetAfter
After the lecture the people gladly gladlycame gladlycame y
came to the froat to take the hand OJ OJthis of ofthis o othis yf f
this noble woman Many members of ofthe o othe f
the Stonewall Camp both chapters o of ofthe ofthe f
the United Daughters of the Confed Confederacy Confederacy Confecteracy
eracy and Mildred Lee Chapter greeted greetedher greetedher d I
her also many members of the Lew Le w
Wallace Post Some greeted her who whowere whowere w wwere
were present on the day of the battle battleand battleand
and they said it was a most accurate a accuza te
description descriptionMrs Mrs Elizabeth Smith in inI ini m
Gainesville Sun
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GOVERNORS PROCLAMATION PROCLAMATIONTo
To the People of t Florida Concerning ConcerningWar ConcerniBVar
War on on Dreaded Consumption ConsumptionTallahassee ConsumptionTallahassee ConsumptionTaUah
TaUah Tallahassee wsee Feb 26Gov 26 Gov Gilchrist Gilchristhas
has issued the following proclamation proclamationThere
There isnow is now being conducted a cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign of education for the study and andprevention andprevention andprevention
prevention of tuberculosis in this state stateTuberculosis stateTuberculosis
Tuberculosis has been well described as asthe asthe asthe
the great white plagueThe plague plagueThe plagueThe
The United States census report forthe for forthe forthe
the census year ending May 31 J Jshows 1900 1900shows 1900shows
shows that the total deaths de ths of the thevhite thewhite thewhite
white race for that year was 892092 892092Qf 892092Qf
Qf this number 87693 not quite 10 percent per percent
cent died from consumption Of the thecolored thecolored
colored race the total deaths were we re
147002 22236 about 15 per cent be being being beug ¬
ing l ug from consumption The total esti estimate estimate eatsmate ¬
mate in Florida was 6485 559 less lessthan lessthan Ie
than 9 per cent died from consumption consumptioni
Of these 559 269 died between the ages agesof
of 15 and 24 24The 24RThe
The state board of 0 health estimates estimatesthat estimatesthat
that the money cost of tuberculosis tuberculosisincluding tuberculosisincluding tuberculosisincluding
including capitalized earning power lost lostbytdeath lostby hasby t
bytdeath by death exceeds 8000 per p r capita capitaestimating
estimating the number of deaths in m
1906 upon this places the total nano annual annualcost al
cost in the United States at 1100000
000 per annum ann m The cost of the suffeing suffer suffering suffering r rdes ¬
ing to those who have this dread dis disease
ease cannot be estimated estimatedThe estimatedThe
The state stateboard board of health states that thatscientists th at It Itre
scientists not only think but believe believethat beliesthat re reK re1C e
that the disease can be checked am nd ndnot K
not only checked but obliterated and andeffaced anc 1C
effaced from the earth if a wello swelloized wellorgan wellorganized welloized
ized attempt is made in the directiony
of assistance and with keensightededucational
educational measures and supervision i JI JIKeen5i
Keensighted Keen5i hted educational measures measuresJl measuresJlare measureare s j
are now being conducted in the state e
i under the leadership of the National NationalAssociation NationalAssociation NationalAssociation
Association for the Study and Preven Prevention Prevention Prevention ¬ I
tion of Tuberculosis > sis This campaign is isbeing isbeing isbeing
being conducted with the cooperation cooperationof
of physicians health he heath th officers business businessmen
men and commercial clubs womans womansclubs womansclubs
clubs labor organizations church sod societies sociI sociIeties sodeUes ¬
eties fraternal orders schools and col colleges colI colleges ¬
leges and the newspapers newspapersI I
I therefore recommend That all allthe allthe allthe
the people pe le residing in this state take takeadvantage takeadvantage takeadvantage
advantage of the opportunities now of offered offered offered ¬
fered them without cost to become becomeposted becomeposted becomeposted
posted upon and to preserve their theirhealth theirhealth theirhealth
health from this dreaded disease diseaseDone dise diseaseDone se seDone
Done at the executive office this 23rd 23rdday 23rdday 23 23day
day of February A D 1909 1909Witness 1909Witness 1909Witness
Witness my hand and the great sea seaof seal sealof sealof 1
of the state of Florida FloridaSeal FloridaSeal
Seal ALBERT W GILCHRIST GILCHRISTGovernor GILCHRISTGovernor GILCHRISTGovernor
Governor GovernorBy
By the governor attest attestH
H CLAY CRAWFORD CRAWFORDSecretary CRAWFORDSecretary CRAWFORDSecretary
Secretary of State
Death of a Child ChildGrover ChildGrover ChildGrover
Grover the little sore of Mr and Mrs MrsD MrsD
D T Sumner was born June 261905 261905and 26 1905 1905and 1905and
and died Feb 141909 14 1909 aged 3 years 6 6months 6months 6months
months and 19 days daysSweet daysSweet daysSweet
Sweet little Grover was rose that thatbloomed thatbloomed thatbloomed
bloomed hereon here on earth for a few days daysand daysand daysand
and God took him and transplanted him himin himin himin
in Heavens garden He was too pure pureto pureto
to stay in this world While his stay staywas staywas stn stnwas y
was so short he had entwined himself himselfin himselin f
in the hearts of his parents His de departure departure dearture ¬
parture p arture makes home sad and lonely lonelyHis lonelyHis lonelyHis
His little prattling voice is missed missedmuch so somuch somuch
much in the home but weep not dear dearfather dearfather deafather r
father and mother for little Grover Groverwaiting is iswaiting iswaiting
waiting for you in Glory GloryWe v vWe
We laid the precious little body in inits inits i iits n
its last resting place at Ida Grove Grovechurch Grovechurch Gravchurch ne e
church on the 15th day of February
1909 Rev A J Futch conducting the theburial thebuniil th e
burial services The family has the thesympathy thesympathy th thsympathy e
sympathy of the community communityA
A FRIEND
W C Bache after a few weeks weeksvisit weeksvisit weeksvisit
visit here with his family left the first firstof firstof firstof
of the week to return to Panama Be Before Before Before ¬
fore sailing he will visit his son S n Alvin Alvinat
at Meredian Miss He expects to toleave toleave toleave
leave from New Orleans Sunday orMonday or orMonday orMonday
Monday Mr Bache Ba he has a good position positionwith positifJnwith positionwith
with the government on the Panama Panamacanal Panamacanal Panamacanalworksandhesays
canal canalworksandhesays works and andhe he says itisabeautiful it is a beautiful beautifulcountry beaut ul ultountry
country and nd the climate is delightful delightfulV
V Granberg couldnt stand it any
longer living in single cussedness cuss ness and andleft andleft
left Sunday for Tampa where his fam family familywas ¬
sly ilywas was visiting They are all at home homenow homenow nomnow e
now and he says it will be some time timebefore timebefore timbefore e
before he agrees again to let his folks folksall folksaU
all go off on a visit while he stays a ahome at athome athome t
home to keep house
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AFTER BITING MYtOUA MYtOUAIT I IIT
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CITY MAC MAMUAfter JlAUQfAll MACILD6SllSTIN
All A ILD6SllSTIN ILD6SllSTINAfter D 6S MUST MUSTMter
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Mayer May lmm f fA sue sueA fliiii fliiiiAmaddof
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the streets streetsf ef Lift Listand ft lit litand M Mand
and bit a nemfar HrHerrun n ber of f 4tfi tla t trun tetettMiV tetettMiVrun
run down by City MntiW MntiWkilled Kta f III IIIkilled M Mkilled
killed Tonuktittfi Tonuktittfithe To make makethe a tot totthe
the head was seat to toute 0 Mk Mktats 1 1tute
ute at JacksoivW JacksoivWfor J e efor
for examnutifti tn4 aa4morning I taiC Ml Mlmorning treknwrning
morning Mayw May MotUM Ii Iiegra ra 4 t tegram
egram egra n from the t e JMttMo JMttMothe iMlWtthe tt as asthe
the test proved proYedk proYedka btytnj btytnja Mw
a doubt that the thecase 1M 1Mcase a
case of hydrophobia hydrophobiaMayor hydrophoWaMayor hydrophobiaMayor
Mayor McNelB McNelBceiptofthe I iaaa eiiae eiiaeceipt III IIIceipt
ceiptofthe ceipt of the tekgrsw teMrr teMrrlowing e stnttl stnttllowing
lowing notice to be nrin4 priMM 4 1M 1MA I
A dog having Utiititl Utiititlto beta at atto les td
to have been afflicted dUct wMh ratto III IIIhaving t g ghaving
having bitten several legs thiimiiii thiimiiiiit l1u l1uit
it is hereby ordered that a IIlarge + fcgl fcgllarge s
large in n the city b he hetwentyfour mwHidl 1 1twentyfour Msi Msitwentyfour
twentyfour hours after aft this teMirmuth iftH 10
dogs without miizzbs m u wM y l W Wwithout
without noticeAll notice noticeAll noticeAll
All dogs known to have ita itself HeIhave h ti tihave U
have either been killed 11 11Marshal r rMarshal ntttsrl1kl ntttsrl1klMarshal
Marshal Kinkaid will OMTV III it
orders of the mayor an aM It wil w M ut uthealthy li lilealthy
healthy for the dog found ea eawithout tihfitonil tihfitonilwithout 1M 111 111without
without a muzzle securely futouil futouilThe t tThe fall asJ e = A AThe
The best and safest plan far r fi errata if ifdogs itdogs tldogs
dogs is to either muzzle them tr trthem Ifthem arthem
them up It is dangftrffM dIn dInthem < < tt ttthem tothem
them to bo 1 > 0 out on the thethough strttts strtttsthough trestthough
though they are muzzled muzzledBIG mun1edBIG muzzledBIG
BIG DEAL CLOSED CLOSKUPierson CLOSEDPierson CI08 D DPierson
Pierson Lctcher ef r the theHotel t SlWa SlWaHottl awn awnHotel
Hotel Have Leased the Bkaofc Bkaofcof F Fof
of Lake City CityW
W R Letcher of the firm rf Wo Woson Phfson Neison
son Letcher proprietors tl ofwannee fthill fthillwannee tkhwanne
wannee wannee hotel in this city citya clolt4 dos I Ia
a few days ago for a bate bateBlanch IeueBlanch ea eaBlanch
Blanch hotel of Lake City Mr Mrer Iirer Mrer
er manager m nager of the SUWWNW SUw SUwknowledged fe hknowledged feknowledged
knowledged to be one of thehitt thehittmen tie Net Netmen 1PerCmen
men in Florida He has naite aw le a aand aand aand
and reputation for the theond Sun Sunond Suwaeaw Suwaeawand
ond to that of no hotel in th tIM i 9t1
good ood service His hotel ranks ranksof if ifof II
of the very best and is a popufar pcp ac acwith j jwith II IIwith
with the traveling public publicUnder publicUnder I
Under the lease the Blanch BlanchLake BlueLake BlaaehLake
Lake City will soon pass tnU iabof tnUof II IIof
of Pierson Letcher Mrwill Mr Mrwill Krwill
will continue as manager t tnee of ofnee c
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If necessary Mr Pierson Piersonin 111 ain + i
in the north will return and andThe adTbe
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the largest and best hot hottion hotois ok oktion
tion of Florida and art artsplendid artsplendid artsplendid
splendid business businessMr
Mr J W Hop Hopcharge HoplOn HoplOncharge Hopsoncharge
charge of the Blanch for forhas i ihas
has bought one of the theLakeland I ILakeland lLakeland
Lakeland and will take takean
an early date dateLake dateLake
Lake City is to be cw cwthe coal c cthe
the fact that their hotef1 hotef1such hote t t
such good handstha handsthaservice hlndsthservice
service of hotel will willtamed no notained nJ it ittained
tained but will be iwr iwris irJis i iis
is possible for Mr La Lai L
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City Marshal Kin KinkLive KinLive
Live Oak visitors tl tlSunday
t tSunday tfoD tSunday
Sunday to see that thatr Pr at atlocomotives atlocomotives t e elocomotives
locomotives which fn fJ1appalling pappalling hoWi hoWiappalling
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and struck with sUoc stlocboth sUocboth < Cked II IIboth
both cowcatcheere jarredand jarred
and even the h h4 present presalttl presentloose tt ttloose
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city and are arey y of the themost pUt P2
most the fug are coming comingMr
Mr Nelson lpects ects for a afast I I Ifast
fast and andbusiness ttering tteringbuaineu Heringbusiness
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