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AIIal MeetingElection of officers officersfor U cers
for Ensuing Year YearTo YearTo YearTo
To the Citizens of Live OakDear OakDearFriends OakDearFri8Odl OakDearFriends
Friends On Wednesday May 5 at atthe atthe atthe
the Library building in your city the theannual theInRUt1 theannual
annual nreetia meeting of the Live Oak Li Library
brary bra ry Association was held Thefol Thefollowing The fol folIowiAg folg
lowing lowi officers were elected Rev R RV RV
V Atkinson Atk president Mrs Thomas ThomasCarre ThomasCaml ThomasCartyll
Carre secretary and Mrs RixfordeKe Rixford RixfordtreMttrer RixfordtrI
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BEARD ON GILCHRIST GILCHRISTSenator GILCHRISTSenator GILCIIRISTnator
S Senator Se < nator Beard Says Governor qf 01Florida ofFlorida
Florida Lacks Mental M ntal CapacitySensation Capaci Capacity CapacitySensation ¬
ty tySensation Sensation of the theSession theSession theSession
Session SessionTallahassee SessionTallahassee
Tallahassee Fla May 17Severely 17Severelyattacking 17SevereJyattack
a attacking attack atta cking ij the special message relative relativeto
to the Wailes claim submitted to the theLegisla theislature
Legislature Legisla Leg islature re last week by Gov Gilchrist GflchristTallahassee Gilchristand
and severely scoring the states execu executive executive ¬
tive Senator Beard of Pensacola today todaysprung todaysprung todayung
sprung spr ung the sensation of the 1909 session sessionin
in a speech delivered on the floor of the theState theState thete
State Sta te Senate SenateSenator SenateSenator Senateenator
Senator S Beard charged that the spe special special spemessage ¬
cial message of the Governor has direct directreflection directreflection directection
reflection refl ection upon the memory of his dead deadfather deadfather deadher
father fat her Col Beard and for that reason reasonmade reasonmade reasode n
made ma de his attack Thusjfar Thus far he hehad had kept kepthimself kepthimself keptself
himself him self out of the theVailes Wailes claim contro controversy controversy contrversy o ¬
versy because of his relation to the theBeard theBeard th thrd e
Beard Bea rd estate estateHe estateHe estateHe
He is emphatically an honest and andincere andsincere a acere
sincere sin cere man JI said Senator Beard of ofhe ofthe o f
the Governor in part but of very veryimited verylimited ve rY
limited lim ited mental capacity His very hon honesty honesty horsesty ¬
esty of purpose renders r nders him an easy easyvictim easyvictim ens y
vic victim tim and an easy tool of designing designingmen g
men of greater mental capacity but of ofess ofless o f
less ess s honesty and sincerity of purpose purposeOf
Of this subject upon which the message messagetreats messagetreats messagats e
treats tre ats Gov Gilchrist has absolutely no nogreater nogreater n o
greater gr eater knowledge than one of th the thepages thepRges e
pages pa ges of the Senate and apparently not notas notas no f
as much capacity to understand and andacquire andacquire an d
acquire ac quire knowledge of it itAVas itVas
Vas Message Actuated ActuatedHe
He charged that he believed that for former former fo fomen r ¬
mer Gov W S Jennings and Comp Comptroller Comptroller Com Comoller l r rn ¬
troller tr trab Croom actuated the objection objectionable objectiole n ¬
able ab le message In conclusion c elusion he said saidIn saiduIn
uIn In I n conclusion permit me to say that thatit th at
it is with extreme reluctance that thatve 1 1have I Ihave
have ha ve discussed this matter and have havedone ha ve
done do ne so only because the Governor will willfully willfuIIy wi ll
fully fu fure lly without foundation and without withoutreason wit hou r
houof
reason re e ason reflected upon the memory memoryol of ofCol ofCol
Col C ol Beard a man the latches of whose whoseshoes wOOses w who whoshoes h
shoes s Gov Gilchrist was unworthy to tounloose tounloose I Iunloose o
m unloose unlooseWhile unlooseWhile
While Senator Beard was as speaking speakinga speak speaka m g
a special message ge was received from fromthe fro m
the Governor with the request that thatb it itbe
be b llllmedi4telf im iateIr eM u ic ecttin t d fo
th 1M subject under underdiseussion discussion The Themes Thege nes s
si sage ge e was as brief and asked that the Sen Senate Se Seate n
ate appoint an investigating committee committeeto Be Bete
to > look into the facts on file in the state stn te teal
offices o kes and to ascertain if his special sped al alas
message is not borne out by themlk them
lk Defended filnded Fathers thels Memory
The fact that Senator Beard was W80Sspelking w as astis
speaking in behalf of the memory of his hisfather hisfather tiste
fi father appealed strongly to the Senate Senateand Sena te tea tehe
fiv ai and many of the members spoke in fa faver faver a
v ver of spreading his speech upon the thejournal t he heus
journal journalIt
It was decided to spread both his hisspeech us uson
s speech and the Governors message on onthe onthe onto
tl the journal and for the committee to toinvestigate toIX tomvestigate
H investigate in each and to recommend recommendpurging ex expunging expunging IX IXras ¬
P HP punging from the record whatever was wasfound wasround ras rasts
found to be not borne out by the facts factsor fa faor cts ts tsre
o or to be unparliamentary in langua language languageThis ge re reled
This t was later reconsidered however howeverand er rer r
a and it was decided to submit su mit both mes message m es ¬
sage and speech to the committee for forinvestigation forinvestigation or orf1
investigation Such part as is reported reportedback reportedback repor fed f1
back favorably will then go on the thejournal thejournal
journal journalThe journalThe
The Senate Chamber was crowded crowdedwhen crowdedwhen crow crowwhen led ledhis
when Senator Beard spoke and his hisaddress hisaddre9j hislal
address WAS easily the most sensational sensationalfeature sensationalfeature sensatioeature lal lalnv
feature f of the present session Many Manythink Manythink nv
think that both the Governor and the theSenator theSenator
Senator went a little too far in some of ofthe ofthe
the things they said saidLare
Lace and Embroidery Sale SaleSuraskey
Suraskey Bros enterprising mer merchants merchants ¬
chants of this city have bought the theentire theentire theentire
entire stock on hand of lace and em embroidery embroidery embmidery ¬
broidery of a big manufacturing con concern concern concern ¬
cern and are putting on ten days saleoffering sale saleoffering saleoffering
offering the entire stock at a very low lowprice lowprice
price P e a reduction of almost if not quite quitelOD
100 per cent below the regular price priceThey priceThey priceThey
They are offering a few specialties at a abig abig abug
big cut in prices making altogether a amost aInOit
most attractive saleRead sale saleRead saleRead
Read their advertisement adert sement in this issue issueof issueof issueof
of the Democrat and visit their store storeand storeand
and take a look at the highgrade new newgood newgood newgood
good offered at cut prices pricesnot pricesDaat
not Forget ForgetPreaching ForgetPreathing
Preaching at the Southern BusinessCollege Business BusinessCollege BusinessCollege
College next Lords Day afternoon a at
4 oclock Come and bring a friend friendYou friendYou
You will be most welcome
welcomeT
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TAYLORBOYS TAYLOR BOYS GO FREE FREEJnry FREEJnry FREEJury
Jnr Jnry Returns Verdict of Not Guilty Guiltyas Gu lty ltyas
as Charged ChargedAt
A Awee At the time of going to press lastweek last lastweek lastweek
wee weeTaj week the case of Herbert andBurford andBurfordTaylor and Burford BurfordTaylor BurfordTaylor
Taj Tajcirc Taylor brothers b thers was being tried in the thecircuit thecircuit
circ circJac circuit court for the murder of Julius JuliusJackson JuliusJackson JuliusJackson
Jac JacTht Jackson The case went to the jury juryThursday juryThursday juryThursday
Tht Thursday night of last week and Friday Fri Friday Friday ¬
day they returnedja returned verdict of not notguilty notguil notlty
guilty guiltyThe gui lty ltyThe ty tyThe
The Taylors were charged with the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Jackson The crime wascommitted was wascommitted wascommitted
committed in 1907 They were arrested arrestedshortly arrestedshortly arrestedshortly
shortly thereafter and a preliminary preliminaryhearing preliminaryhearing preliminaryhearing
hearing was given them before Judge JudgeConner J JudgeCanner ud e eConner
Conner and they th y were held to await the theaction theaction theaction
action of the grand jury At the spring springterm sprinterm springterm
term of 1908 circuit court they were in inicted indieted
dieted but butthe the case was continued antithis until untilhis untilthis
this term o 01 court and all this time the thelefendants thedefendants th e
defendants were in jail Carter Mc McCollom McCollom
Collom represented the defendants and andStates andStates an anStates
States Attorney Hardee was assisted assistedin
in n the prosecution by Col Fred W WButler WButler
Butler The case was hard fought by byhe bythe b bthe Y
the attorneys attorneysThe
The State felt f lt sure of a verdict of ofguilt ofguilt o f
guilt and were very much surprised surprisedwhen surpriswhen
when the jury after carefully weigh weighing weighing ¬
ing all the evidence returned a verdict verdictof t
of not guilty The defendants at attorneys a
a
torneys have all along contended that a ajury ajury
jury would never ccnvict the boys from fromthe fromthe fro m
the evidence in the case caseThis cseThis cease
This was the only criminal case tri triat tried triedat triedat
at atci1 this term of court A number numbercivil of ofcivil
ci1 ci1tr civil cases of minor importance were weretried weretried wentried e
tr tried triedCourt triedCourt
Court adjourned Saturday afternoon afternoonA n
A Elegant Reception ReceptionOn
On last Monday evening a most ele elegant elegant el e ¬
gant and en enjoYOIble enjoyoablereception joy oable reception was wasgiv given givenin en n
in m honor of Rt Rev Edwin Gardner GardnerWeed GardnerWeed r
Weed of Jacksonville Bishop of the theEpiscopal theEpiscopal t le lele
Episcopal church of Florida at the thebeautiful thebeautiful le leIs
r beautiful home of Mr and Mrs J JBarton Be B BBarton BBarton I leI
Barton on Ohio avenue avenueThe
I The parlors dining room and halls hallswere hallsI ha haI lIs Is Isis
I were beautifully decorated and this thispretty thispretty is
pretty p home never before presented presentedmore a amore amore
more charming apperarance
j The recen reception was largely attended attendeds d
hy memDer > vi t the e c cand zrclr zrclrand
and their friends and was greatly en enjoyed e i
JoyedElegant joyedElegant Joyed
Elegant refreshments were served servedBishop servedBishop servedBishop
Bishop Weed is one of Floridas Floridasgrand s sle
grand and noble men and the people peopleof pen penof p le leor
of this city were pleased with an op opwrtunity o 1
portunity to pay him this honor honorFalmnnth honoratmonth
Falmouth Notes NotesJohn NotesJohn
John Bird of Live Oak was a via vistor vistorat tor or orve
at Mr J E Cannons Jast Tuesday TuesdayJ
J E Cannon was a visitor to Live LiveOak LiveOak Li ve vere
Oak on Saturday SaturdayMr
Mr and Mrs Pink Parker were wereamong wereamong we re reC relie
among the visitor here Saturday SaturdayMrs
Mrs H S Moran and Mrs W C CWright CWright
Wright were the guests of Miss Ollie OllieBaker OllieBaker 01 lie
Baker Monday MondayHenry londayHenry
Henry Cannon was in Live Oak one oneday ne neday
day this week on business businessThe businessThe
The Ladies Aid Society will meet meetSaturday meetSaturday m iet
Saturday May 22 We hope all mem memt members me m
bens t > ers will be present at this meeting meetingVanted
Wanted VantedTraveling
Traveling and Resident Salesmen to tohandle
handle a fastselling active and wid widely sly ly
demanded specialty Very liberal com commission commission co m ¬
mission International Paint Manfg Manf g
Co Richmond Va
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TO MEET IN LIVE OAK OALThis OAKThis OAKThis
This City Captures the Next NextFarmers rItd rItdFarmers Th ThFarmers
Farmers Unioi Cottveitieu CottveitieuThe COireaUtThe
The State Executive Executive Commftttf < > > outhe tf tfthe tfthe etthe
the Florida Division of the theEducational Firm1 FarsEducational Firm1Educational
Educational and Cooperative Uaie U UaieAmerica if ifmerica t tAmerica °
America A met in Tallahassee Flet FUcMi FUcMion iiit iiiton
on April 26th and arranged to hoH tht t1Mnext thtnext tNnext
next Annual State Convention at the UNOak UrtOak
Oak Florida Fk > rida beginning at 10 10July ft M MJuly atJuly If s
July 14th and continuing three days daysAll daJlAll daysAll
All counties are hereby requested It Itsend tiesend 1asend
send a full delegation as instructed instruGtNconstitution ia truotadconstitution fcy fcyconstitution
constitution constitutionDone constitutionDone constitutionDone
Done in and by ordor of tAt tAtExecutive Stetft StetftExecutive e eExecutive
Executive Committee while in inthis send sendthis seesieitthis
this 26th day of April A D 1900 1900J
J tA JACKSON Chair ChairW Chairman ChairmanW
W H HAYES Secret Secr1tarJFrom
From R F D No 6 6Editor GEditor 6Editor
Editor Democrat DemocratI
I am glad to see letters in the Demo a aerst Dmecratfrom Democrat ¬
crat cratfrom from my friends Mr Nobler NobJtIMr and sNir andMr
Mr M r DeBerry on the road question I Ilearn Ileam
learn from their communication that thatthe tMtthe
the roads are not only poorly worked workedmy work workmy M = a amy
n my section of the county but in other otherparts etMrparts ethtparts
parts as well wellMr welLMr
Mr Nobles suggested about the beat beatplan Metplan beetplan
F plan I know of I think too the county countyshould eOlltyshould
should own her roads but I think weshould we weshould e eshould
should have only about onehalf aj ajmany IImany
many roads as we now have Rowing Rowingwest nUDlIlinrwest Rumwest
west from Live Oak by my place then thenare tienare
J are three roads and at no place ia the theroads tHroads theroads
roads are ar they over one mile apart and andall aDdall
all of them poorly worked If therewas there therewas
was was ond on good road and the others din discontinued en encontinued dincontinued ¬
continued it would be much better betterSome betterSome batterSome
Some may think I favor this bectBM bectBMthe n nthe
the only one of the three the county countyowns coontyowns
owns runs by my place but this is not cota
a fact I did not want the road located locatedwhere locatedwhere locatedwhere
where it is and I do not want it so lo located 10uted lo losated ¬
sated now It is the worst road I ever everdrove eyerdrove
drove over I would rather it was din discontinued diIcontinued dincontinued ¬
continued than either of the three butas but butas
as the county does not own either of ofthe ofthe
the other roads I guess it will stay staywhere Malwhere staywhere
where it is until the AUk wash WU iat iatgullys ate iategullys
gullys and it gets to be impweaWt impweaWtunless impIMWtunless impaassbleunless
unless the citizens work it new sad aadthen adthen sadthen
then thenSpeaking
thenpeigmg
Speaking 01 t the e prasozt pl HlIt s n sytaoi sytaoiroad y < < a t troad
road working 1 had rather pay paythe doable doablethe s sthe
the present tax than to work the roadbut road roadbut roMbut
but friends friendsI friendshake haye we not tried this t I tag tagenough Jcenough
enough I was waS talking with some t tmy el elmy
my friends a few days ago and tHy theysaid tHysaid thysaid
said to go back to the old way Wlyr tf work wtfking werking working
ing the roads would let too maty MU MUout menout men menout
out of road tax that payed more J I8 I8twentyfive the thetwentyfive that thattwentyfive
twentyfive farmers I agreed wfeh wfehthem wtIkthem
them but what good does It itmake do ve t tmake W Wmake
make men that have worked work herd MrtImake It Itmake wmake
make what they have pay k Itroads e err t for forroads farroads
roads and never get any IDYl g geed ed eat tt tf It ItAnother tt2 tt2Another
Another thing I do not before MM Fifi Fifiunder neMunder riiji riijiunder
under the present system let is k Itforces kforces kforces
forces old greyheaded fathers tatMrabore fathersbore who whobore
bore the burden all their Kvtt 1 to is issistin liI essist
I sistin sist in keeping up roads and at atII At
same time let hundreds of buck brrekand IMtcJcand mpM mpMand
II and loafing white man who never pay paya
a tax go free and if asked uk aortas ahoot MM
working they th y will quickly aars answer ret w wan wftfc wftfcan
an oath that they know uot nothing > tiatt abort H I
I may be rather lengthy rrM1i
I this letter but I believe what I lrurrr lrurrrsaid
j said is true Let us all got N Nand t + ss Mrat
i and see if something sonnet be Halong 4tt
along the line of road working 1MfIciIcchange Ae Aechange
change will be for the better
Yours YOWIJ tnifar tnifarJ tr trJ
J F Luc
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