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Suwannee Democrat. (Live Oak, Fla.) 1897-current, January 08, 1909, Part Two, Image 9

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Preateot of Good GoodTallahassee Administration AdministrationTallahassee AdministrationTallahassee
Tallahassee Fla Jan 5 5Albert Albert W WGilchrist WGilchrist WGilchrist
Gilchrist was inaugurated Governor of ofFlorida ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida here today with impressive impressiveceremonies impressiveceremonies impressiveceremonies
ceremonies and in the presence pr sence of a avast aOut avast
vast audience audienceIn
In the city preparations for a day of offestivity offutivity o ofestivity f
festivity began with the dawn The Theunwonted Theunwonted Theunwonted
unwonted sound of bugles blowing the thereveille thereveille thereveille
reveille and the rumble of wheel wheelvehicles wheeled wheeledvehicles wheeledvehicles
vehicles bringing the scores of spectators spectators
tors from the neighBbring towns and andvillages andvilagei andvilagee
villages dispelled all desire to lie abed abedand abedand abedand
and brought the townspeople abxoaat abroad abroadat d
at an early hour hourNever hourNever hourNever
Never in its history has the old town townlooked townlooked towlooked
looked more gay Arches extending extendingacross
across the streets bunting entwined entwinedand
and studded with electric bulbs flagbannersflydng flags flagsbanners flagsbanners s
banners bannersflydng flying maneuvers of hundreds hundredsof
of troopers and hundreds more of th thStates the theStates theStates e
States citizens in gala attire have havemetamorphosed havemetamorphosed havemetamorphosed
metamorphosed the quiet seat of gov government government government ¬
ernment and made it the center of off ofgreat o ogreat f
f great real festival festivalThe festivalTbe festivalThe
The ladies and other members of ofGov ofGov o oGov f
Gov Gilchrists household arrived Sunday Sun Sunday Sunda ¬
day da afternoon via the Seaboard Air AirLine AirLIne Ai AiLine r
Line from Columbia S C and are arestopping areltopping ar arstopping i
stopping at the Leon The governors governorsmother governorsHther governori
i mother Mrs J G Gibbes was acumpanied ac acwmpanied acttmpanied
wmpanied to Florida by her two daugh daughters laughterg ¬
ters Mrsf MrsrCheatham Cheatham and Mrs Mont Montgomery MontCCMftOt Montgemery ¬
gomery her granddaughter Miss Kate KateMontgomery KateKontgomory KatMontgomery e
Montgomery and her soninlaw Dr DrCtatbam DrCHatham DrCiwatham
CHatham Besides these the Leon i ifilled is isMM iswith s j
MM with other distinguished guests guestsflitm guestst guestfrsm 3
flitm t all over the State and all the theotfMNT theoe th tho0ktr e >
otfMNT oe r hotels and boarding houses are aretaxed aretd an antaxed e
taxed td to their utmost capacity capacitySeveral capacityStYtraI capacity5tyeral
Several companies of State troops troopswrf troopslttre troopurt s 5
wrf Kere camping about abo t in different differentparti differentna differenpalrts t t
parti na of the city Promptly at 94 94odsok 945 945thla 945k 5 5
odsok k this morning the > < formed formedrf a amarch ael i
el march along the south fi uth end of ofstrtot ofA o ostreet f f
A street west of the capito The Theprooenion TheIh1e Th Thh e 3
Ih1e h procession prooOll < m headed by the staff staffcabinet staffcabin8t sta sta4sers ff f
4sers cabinet officers justices and andthe andIo an anoiUote d 1
oiUote Io of the supreme court all allrepresentatives al alaa 1
aa ers representatives of the theete themayor th thpr1 e
pr1 ete mayor city councilmen and andmembers andWI an anMaMhera d 1
members WI of the reception committee committeefanned committeeed committehomed e
fanned ed on the eastVside of the square squareMM squareJtIMd squarawl e
MM awl jetod the military on Adams street streetkMig streetIn streew t
kMig w in the march northward to th thtxtcsstive the theexeottive theexliye te e
exeottive mansion There Gov Bro Broarl Brow Browani Browand w
ani and the ladies of his family joined wd d
in line and the march was continuedeastward continued continuedt continuedeastward
1eastward eastward to Monroe street Arriving Arrivingat t tUt
fat Ut at the Leon the procession was joined joinedby I Iby
by Gov Gilchrist Gilchristand and the members of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his party partyafte after which continued south southf southward
f wardalong ward along > Monroe street until the thecapitol th thf thecapitol
f capitol was reached when it turned west westand es esand I Iand
and came to a halt at its starting pointTaking point pointTaking pointTaking
Taking the t e Oath OathThere OathThere OathThere
There the troops passed in review reviewafter reviewafter reviewafter
after which the official party entered enteredthe enteredthe
the building and passed through the rotunda ro rotundatothe rotunda I
tundatothe tunda to the east portico where w ere the theceremony theceremony
I Iceremony
ceremony of taking the oath of office officewas officewas officewas I
was performed This ceremonial cameoff came cameoff I Ioff
off promptly at 12 oclock A large largedecorated largedecorated largedecorated
decorated platform erected to supp supple supplei e ewent
i ment the portico offered ample space spaceforall spacefor pacefor
forall for all the participants p and guests of ofhonor
I honor Other spectators thronged thegrounds the thegrounds
1 grounds beneath Gov Gilchrist stood stoodwell stoodI stoodwell
I well to the front of the platform plat onn Onhis On Onhis Onhis
his left stood Gov Broward On his hisright hisright hisright
right Chief Justice Whitfield Just Justbehind Justbehind
I Ithe
behind were Comptroller Croom and andthe
the governors mother Ex Govs Govsj GovsBloxham
j j Bloxham and Jennings were present presentGov presentj presentGov
Gov Broward presented Gen Gilchrist Gilchristwho GilchristI Gilchristwho Gilchristwho I
who took the oath then delivered hisaddress his hisaddress hisaddress
address amid much applause applauseGov i
I Gov Broward made a speech and pre presented presented ¬
sented the seals of the State This Thisended Thisended Thisended I
ended the ceremony ceremonyThe ceremonyThe
The band played the Star Spangled SpangledBanner SpangledBanner SpangleBanner d
Banner BannerGov BannerGov
Gov Gilchrist turned and kissed his hisproud hisproud hi hiproud s
proud and happy motherAfter mother motherAfter motherAfter
After this ceremony the people dis dispersed dispersed ¬
persed to gather again at the th same sameplace sameplace samplace e
place at 330 oclock in the afternoon afternoonThis afternoonThis
This time the attention was the dress dressparade
parade of the troops troopsMilitary troopsMilitar troopsMilitary
Military Militar Review ReviewOn
On a large platform erected at the theedge theedge th thedge e
edge of the sidewalk on the Monroe Monroestreet Monroestreet
street side of the capitol were standins stand standing standing
ing Gov Gilchrist ExGov Broward
ExGov Ex Gov Bloxham MajorGen JC J C RFaster R RFoster
Foster and a number of other promi prominent prominent
nent officials both civil and military militaryFrom militaryFrom
From this vantage ground they theywatched theywatchedthe watched watchedthe watchethe
the maneuvers with a great deal of in interest
terest and pride To the inspiring inspiringstrains g
strains of martial music furnished b by bythe
the military band present the soldier soldierboys r
boys marched and countermarched countermarchedf ed I
with the precision and regularity that thatcomes >
comes only of thorough drilling
In the military pageant were the theband th e >
band of the First regiment seven com companies
panies of the First and Second battal battalions battalion ¬
ions of the First infantry and the Gat Gatling
ling gun section of o the machine gu gun gunplatoon gunplatoon n
platoon platoonAt
At night the Governor held a recep recaption reception reception ¬
tion which was largely attended and andthe andthe an d
the inaugural ball which followed was wasa waa s
a brilliant affair affairGov affairGov
Gov Gilchrists inaugural address s
J Suwannee Rifles Thank Th nk Citizens of ofLive ofLive ofLive
Live Oak for Donations DonationsWe
We wish to take this method ofthanking of ofthanking ofthanking
j thanking the Board of Governors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Board of Trade and particularly particularlyW
W A Edwards Secretary of the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of Trade for the fund donated donatedand donatedand donatedand
and the following gentlemen for the thedonations thednations thedenationsfor
denationsfor donations for the purpose of paying payingfor
for the transportation transport tion of the Suwannee SuwamreeRifles SuwanneeRifles SuwanneeRifles
Rifles to and from Tallahassee on ac account account ac account ¬
count of inauguration ceremonies onJan on onJan onJan
Jan 5th 5thSuwanne 5thSuwannee
Suwannee Hardware Co 500 500W 500W
W L Tedder 500 500C
C D Blackwell 1 500 500L 500L 500L
L E Roberson 250 250W 250W
W J Hillman 500 500S
S A Hineley 500 500J
J D Radford 1 250 250L
L M d I Dixon 200 200S
S P Mays 200 200W 200W
W H Gornto 200 200Suwannee 200Suwannee 200Suwannee
Suwannee Drug Co 500 500F
F Rubenstein 100 100Butler 100Butler 100Butler
Butler Clothing Co 250 250L
L S Harvard 200 200C
C A Hardee 200 200J
J M Wynn 100 100R 100R 100R
R L White WhiteArnold 100 100Arnold 100Arnold
Arnold P11lickler P Mickler 200 200J
J H Rickerson 100
J N Conner 100 100Frank 100Frank
Frank Kinkaid 100 100J
J N Meeks 100 100J
J W Bryson 100 100Dr 100Dr 100Dr
Dr W C White 100 100J
J T Carroll 100H 100 100H 100H
H A Blackburn 100 100T 100IT 04
T S Baisden 100 100D
D 0 Henry enry 100 100E pp
I E H Pichard PichardJ 50 50J 50J
J B Johnson 200 200Fla 200I 2 00
I Fla Book News Co 100 100J 00
J F Harrell 50 50A 50j
j A Lee Humphreys l 175 175J r rJ 5
J H Tucker 100 100Carter 100i 1 1Carter
i > Carter McCollum 100 100Total 100I 100Tota1 1 1Total 04
Total 6925 6925Respectfully 6925Respectfully 69 69Respectfully
Respectfully RespectfullyTHE
is is much uch too long for reproduction in inthe i n
the Democrat pemo rat He discussed the con convict conI convict
vict question the school system the thepardon th e I Ipardon
I pardon board the race question State Statefinances e I II
finances Everglade drainage and other otherj otheleading er r
I j I leading State issues said that in filling fillingvacancies fillingvacancies fillin fillinvacancies g
vacancies vacancies to office the recommendations recommendationsof
of primaries would be respected and andthat andthatno a I
that thatno thatnomanconvictedofembezzlingpu thatnomanconvictedofembezzlingpulie no man convicted of embezzling pub public publie b ¬
lie funds would ever get a pardon with withhis withhis withis h
his consent He pledged himself to an aneconomical aneconomical a n
economical administration of the laws lawsand lawsand s
and the entire address was a of a char character chari charaster ¬
i acter that will make it acceptable t to tothe toI o
I the people of Florida FloridaI
Miss Bothwell Entertains on New NewYears NewYears NewYears
Years Eve EveMiss EveMiss
Miss Mary Bothwell entertained herfriends her herfriends herfriends
friends on new years eve at the home homeof
of Mrs C N Hildreth Jr Games ofall of ofall
all kinds were played In the word wordcontest woldcontest voidcontest
contest which followed Miss Bessie BessieBardin BessieBardin BessieHardin
Bardin won the ladies prize a box of ofpaper ofpaper ofpaper
paper and Mr Carson won the gentle gentlemans gentleJDIIlS gentlemans ¬
mans prize a cravat cravatA
A delicious salad course was served servedand servedand servedand
and then grapefruit cake nuts and andfruit andfruit andfruit
fruit punch All pronounced prono ced the evenins even evening eveningone ¬
i ins ingone one of unusual enjoyment enjoymentAmong enjoympntAmong
Among those present pres t were Misses MissesSallie MissesSallie MissesSalle
Sallie and Jennie Blackburn KathleenRobbins Kathleen KathleenRobbinsMaggie KathleenRobbinst
RobbinsMaggie Robbins Maggie and Lizzie Baisden BaisdenEvelyn BaisdenEvelyn BaisdenEvelyn
Evelyn Conner Bessie Bardin Lucy
Hopson Sallie Porter Callie Hankins HankinsLoyselle HankinsLoyselle HankinsLoyselle
Loyselle Brown Flossie Byrd ThelmaCassin Thelma ThelmaCassin ThelmaCassin
Cassin Florence iWillard StellaLewinBlancheGrubb StellaLewin StellaLewinBlancheGrubb Stel1aLewinBlanche
BlancheGrubb Blanche Grubb Messrs YandellBrown YandellBrownClifford YanooUBrownClifford YandeliBrownClifford
Clifford Roberson Clyde Byrd Winder WinderSurrency WmderSurrency WinderSurrency
Surrency Carson Moseley Harvey HarveyByrd HarveyByrd HarveyByrd
Byrd Karl Brown Cassin Bothwell BothwellBarrett BothwellBarrett BothwellBarrett
Barrett Boulware Ira Grant Willie WillieDowling WillieDowling WilliDowling e
Dowling Frank Drew Dr Strickland Strick1andNOTICF StricklandNOTICE
To demonstrate the painless work workdone as asdone asdone
done by Dr T A Bailey and his experts ex experts
perts in his Jacksonville office Dr DrBailey DrBailey DrBailey
Bailey will be at the following branch branchoffices branchoffices branchoffices
offices in the Live Oak district as fol follows follows follows
lowsLive lows lowsLive lowsLive
Live Oak Friday and Saturday at atMcCullers atMcCullers a aMcCullers t
McCullers Bros building Madison MadisonThursday MadisonThursday MadisonThursday
Thursday at Merchants Hotel and jandsample andsample anc ancsample
sample room Jas Jasper r Monday over P PD PD
D Sandlins store White Springs SpringsTueday SpringsTueday SpringsTuesday
Tueday over J E Miltons store storeLake storeLake
Lake City Wednesday at Central Centralhotel Centralhotel l
hotel hotelThe hotelThe
The above schedule will begin on the the3rd the3rd th e
3rd week in January and be continued continuedweekly continuedweekly
weekly Dr Bailey will bring expert expertassistants expertaooistants t
assistants with him himJoseph himJoseph
Joseph Finegan Camp Elect Officers OfficersAt
At a meeting of the Joseph FinegaCamp Finegan FineganCamp FineganCamp n
Camp of Confederate Veterans of ofSuwannee ofSuwannee o oSuwannee f
Suwannee county in this city on Thurs Thursday Thursday Th Thday ¬
day January 1st the following were wereelected wereelected werelected e
elected officers for the ensuing ens ing year yearW yearW yearW
W A Tison captain Tom 4 Kennedy Kennedy2nd
2nd lieutenant J S Mikell adjutant adjutantH adj tant tantH
H E Delegal assistant adjutant and andRev andRev a aRev
Rev A Bonds chaplain chaplainThe
The next meeting of the camp will willbe willbe wi 11
be Wednesday Vedn ay March 31BAPTIST 31 31BAPTIST
Jno A Wray Yra Pastor PastorMorning PastorMorning
Morning Service 11 oclock oclockEvening oclookEening
Evening Service 7 oclock oclockSunday
I ISunday
Sunday School 945 945B
B Y P U 3 oclock oclockMidweek ocloekMidweek
Midweek prayer meeting Wednes Wednesday Wedneday Vednesday s ¬
day evening 7 oclock
One of Live Oaks Oaksf Xefent Meerfit ail ailfat
fat f 1 Dwellings Deetrejed DoItrt DoItrtI If IfThe byThe
j The beautiful aDd aDdof aro o e eof t tof
of Dr L IL Bbraa IHx on Hti PIlItotally PMatotally i itotally
totally destroyed by bJlrt firftTim firftTimtogether 1raTwtstogether Tall ii iitogether
together with nearly aU tie ththousehold tiehousehoJd tkehousehold
household goods goodandwearm goodandwearmThe and wetriif wllrilCI 1 1The
I The flames had gained pintdllclt pintdllcltwhen nek nekwhen anckwhen
when discovered by Dr Bto Btowas Dba Dbawas Di Diwas
was impossible to Ult tiw tHI t i it erigfe i ifire
fire batitbeBe but it i beHe8d bie ed t tin te teI tointhe
I in inthe the ceiling frees freoiThe u del delThe defer deferThe
The first alarm was gfrttt gfrtttDixon I ftI ftIDixon b bDixon
Dixon The Th neighbors neighborsby
by the time aaistence astanceins awfrd arriNiing g ging
ing and ov overhead of nearly n rJy rlybuilding tfc tfcbuilding t tbuilding
building fire Md 8 8furniture a ai
was on v vfurniture WIt1
i furniture could be beeaved JIved wredapparel n nI T e eapparel
I apparel of the family WM r s lw feat featAllen t I II
I i Allen who was boardb boriIIIr tbw tbwMrs tMI dwI
I Mrs Dixons mother feet J t they tWeapparel tMifapparel theyapparel
apparel and several dollars k isThe kThe IaThe
> The fire boys responded respondedwere yy yywere
were unable to save saveThe the prIJIIItJ prIJIIItJThe
I The building was oe of tk t1Nin tkin tMin
in the city It was bunt ofj ofb1ocks of
j blocks with a metal roof roofsomely and andsomely aMsomel
somel somely furnished flU1 lbed throughout thrOQIhoItis throof hot hotis
is estimated at 16000 or 17 t L
7000 insurance on the the3000on the3000on
3000on furniture furnitureProgram furnitureI
I Program ProgramThere P ogra for V aua J JI 4 r ri
I i There will be a regular regularthe reparthe
the Womans Club Saturday SaturdayJanuary SitnrdayJanu c cJanuuy °
Janu January 9thThe 9thThe 9th 9thThe
The program will be t tPaperGvic II t follee dc dcPaperavic c cPaper
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for the program pr gram commitI commit commitmend
I mend subjects for next yjj 1 1It yIt
I It is important that all oj ojold 0 0kl oukl ° r c
old kl members be present preientMRS presentMRS 1
MRS W WThanks WCorreeUoL
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I wish to thank my friawfcm friawfcmpublic frisia frisiapublic
public gene generally fly for theMberai the llbenl llbenlage JN JNage
age besto bestowed ed upon me dori My Myness b bness
ness career care in Live Oak OakYour OekYour
Your every purchase baa bar ftp ftppreciated r
predated and Ishall I always rtre rtreyon rmiato rmiatoyou
you indthink jnd think ot d yoaa sa saMRS ay r z zfriends
friends Sincerely SincerelyMRS sf sfCorreetioL
MRS E N LA LACorrection
Correction CorrectionI IJ
I A Bragg the Oeteopalsated OeteoptJ OeteoptJcated OIttOpltcated
cated in the Postomce bdldkf bdldkfof y
of the Parshley building as aslast ulast e ttsi ttsilast
last weeks paper
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Visit once and you will continue Nothing like it in the State of Florida We sell you for Cash Cash and sat saiof sa satof T J L Lof
of your husbands salary to pay your cook and laundry Dont buy goods on time I have been behind th thbefore thk PractieIJ PractieIJbefore
k 1 before and andif if you only knew you you would pay cash for your money will go as far as John D Rockef Rockefeller ellers s sit fCHMAKER CH AKER AH Aliit
it lasts Now listen and read readw 35 yewi yewistock t m 1
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25 251b Ib Sugar for 145 3Ib Tomatoes for JOc JOc17J Uneeda Biscuits BiscuitsNational Biscuits1n
17J Ib Sugar for 100 2lb Tomatoes for 8c 2 for 15c 15clOlb l National Biscuit BiScuitCos Cos 5c 5cP c
f1 lOlb 10 Ib Sugar for 60 Force 8c 2 for P lthe the JOc J Oc pkgs at atSIb
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vinced Always bargains at this store We guarantee to save you 20c on each dollar and if we were wereour wereour e M Mour
our competitors would not be kicking about the Cash Grocery GroceryEach tI tIEach
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