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WAN iS AT HOME HOMErate OM OMtats
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FATALLY FATALLY BURNED BURNEDGasoline BURNEDGasolhie
f fInjuring
Gasoline Tank Exploded at Lakeland LakelandInjuring LakelandInjuring d
Injuring ThreeTampa Three ThreeTampa ThreeTampa
Tampa Fla Sept 6 GBy By the theexplosion thecxplosion theexplosion
explosion of a gasoline tank at the theAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic Coast Line ishops shops at Lakeland Lake Lakeland Lakeland ¬
land yesterday Julius Holmes white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and a negro were fatally burned and andanother andanother andanother
another negro seriously injured injuredHolmes injuredHolmes injuredHolmes
Holmes parents reside here hereBIG hereBIG hereBIG
BIG REWARD OFFERED OFFEREDCounty OFFEREDCounty OFFEREDCounty
County Commissioners and SheriffAdd Sheriff SheriffAdd SheritIAdd
Add to Amounts Already AlreadyOffered AlreadyOffered AlreadyOffered
Offered OfferedGainesville OfferedGainesville OfferedGainesville
Gainesville Sept 5 5In In addition additionto
to the tbeSOO 500 reward offered by the theState theState theState
State and X600 500 by relatives the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of County Commissioners haveoffered have haveoffered haveoffered
offered = 200 reward and Sheriff Fen Fennel Fennel Fennel ¬
nel 50 reward for apprehension apprehensionand apprehensionandconviction and andconviction andconviction
conviction of the th they murderer of SpecialAgent Special SpecialAgent SpecialAgent
Agent W C Sellars of the Atlantic AtlanticCoast AtlanticCoastLine AtlanticCoast
Coast CoastLine Line at High Springs SpringsThe SpringsThe SpringsThe
The Commissioners have determin determined ¬
ed to sift the matter to the bottom bottomand bottmand bottomand
and capture the murderer if possible possibleSellars possibleSellars possibleSellars
Sellars was was killed by an unknown unknownparty unknownparty unknownparty
party a few hours after he had been beensworn beensworn beensworn
sworn in and had gone on duty dutyNewspaper dutyXevspaper dutyewspaper
Newspaper N ewspaper Plant Damaged By Fire FireThe FireThe FireThe
The Democrat learns today that thatthe thatthe
the CitizenReporter plant at Lake LakeCit LakeCitt LakeCite
Cit Cite was partially destroyed by fireonday fire fireMonday fire110nday
Monday M morning We did not learn learnhow learnhow learnhow
how the fire originated but it isstated is isstated Isstated
stated he greater part of the loss losssustained losssustalned lossustained
sustained s is damage to the Simplex Simplextype SImplextype Simplextype
type setting machine Loss fully fullycovered fullycovered
covered by insurance The Citizen CitizenReporter CitizenReporter
Reporter will come out on time as asusual assual
usual u this week as the type and andpresses andpresses
presses were not damaged the fire firehaving flrehaYIng fireharlag
having been extinguished before it itreached itreached itreached
reached that part of the plant plantGOOD plantGOOD
GOOD FARM FOR SALE SALEW
W A Mocks Offers Otfersto to Sell His Place PlaceWith PlaceUk e
With Uk Live Stock and Farming Imple Implements Implmeats ¬
ments for Lump SumW SumV Sum SamW I
W V A Mock 5 miles south of LivOak Live LiveOak LiveOak e
Oak has decided to sell his farm an anmove and andmove andmoys d
move to theEast the East Coast He H offers offersto offerto
to sell his farm live stock farming farmingimplements farmingImpJements g
implements growing crops and every everything everythingmake everyhingmake ¬
thing thingmake t make a clean sweep sweepand and give givesome givelome givsome e
some person a bargain who wants wantsgood a agood aGood
good farm in a good neighborhood neighborhoodThe
The editor of the Democrat in incompany Inoompan i icompany n
company with ltb Mr Edwards local localeditor localttil localeditor
editor ttil It or went out Tuesday afternoon afternoonaad afternooand n
and took a look at the property of offered ofMud offrd ¬
Mud and found the farm to beral be a areal ar
real r al good one consisting of about t
79 acres in cultivation 38 acres i ieera in ineern inm n
eern m and 25 5 acres in cotton besides besidesptBdors besidesdon s
ptBdors don enough to fatten 25 or 30 30head 30d 3 3head 0
head d of hogs fine sugar cane a lit little litUe littl ¬
tle tl more ore than one acre a re in sweet pota potatoes potao ¬
land that will make makeMore makmore
toes o on cowpen e 1
I 1I
More than 300 bushels per acre acrebearing acrering
bearing ring peach trees and a number o of ofHue ofAM f
Hue Ilex young budded trees mulberry mulberrytree m mulberrtrses lberry y I IIr8
tree l pecans etc and a good garden gardenr gardenIIHJOS gardeYaeos n
r IIHJOS Mos are all in god od shape with 80 80neres 80r 8 0
neres r of virgin timber to keep them themOn themOn the thetap m
tap On the place is a good new newframe newfTaMe ne mn n
frame sixroom dwelling good barn barnnd barnd baraad
aad nd d all necessary outbuildings Th Thtrlaae The Theis e
trlaae 0 is well watered and near the thelw theg th thlweIlisg e
lweIlisg lw tUHg g is a well of fine water with withworks withI witawcha h
works I to 0 water ator stock at barn barnWith barnWltk barnWith
With the farm Mr Mock also of offer ofrs 0 f ¬
irn fer rs te e roll IS 1 S head of stock cattle cattleI caulft
I ltras CH 8 or 10 stock hogs bugg buggymowing buggAtHI
wage AtHI mowing machine farm im imharness i m
plrlust 1 harness and everything everythingMi eerthing1HM44Hl g
seated Mi d for a threehorse farmThe farm farmThe farmTke
The piece contains 160 acres le less lessI ss
1 acres deeded for a school house housewMeh houseWok hoeswblek e
Wok is within onehalf mile and andtlwre andra an anhre d
tlwre ra are three churches within withineltct a aM at
eltct M ft t distance dlltanceTlger Tiger Lake Macea Mace Mace4a Maceand
4a and Friendship FriendshipThis
This T la I e a good neighborhood and anda an ana d
a ptaasaat uaBt and healthy place to liv livd live liveJM liveMJRa
d
JM d tome person looking for a good goodterm goodat goo goolarw
term at a reasonable price can seta setaa secure securea re
a bargain ln by addressing addressingW
W T A MOCK MOCKLive MOCKLive IOCKLIe
Live Oak Fla FlaJ FlaJIIW
J JIIW Mu Surasky brother of Sur SurBrothers SurBrothers Su Susahr r
sahr Brothers of this city arrived arrivedfence arrivede d
fence e today lGda from Darlington S C CMM CI
I MM + 1 will WIt make Live Oak his future futureitewe futurelie iota re
itewe lie will assist his brothers brothersIhtlr in intheir Inr
their r merchantile business
FAVORS F POPULAR POPULARVOn POPULARVOnFor VOTE VOTEFor
For Election of United StatesSenators States StatesSenators StatesSenators
Senators in Future FutureGOVERNOR FutureGOVfRNOR FutureGOVERNOR
i
GOVERNOR CUMMINGS PLAN PLANProposition PLANProposition Pl PlProposition
Proposition to Calla Call a National Consti Constitutional Constitutional Constitutional ¬
tutional Convention to Secure the theChange theChange theChange
Change So Much Desired DesiredDes DesiredDes DesiredDes
Des Moines la Sept GThe 6 The in interstate interstate interstate ¬
terstate conference called by Gov GovCummins GovCummins GovCummins
Cummins of this State for the pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose of considering and discussing discussingthe lscu8Singthe
the proposition of calling a national nationalconstitutional nationalconstitutional nationalconstitutional
constitutional convention with a aview aview aview
view of so changing the constitution constitutionof
of the United States that it shall pro provide provide provide ¬
vide for the election of United States StatesSenators StatesSenators StatesSenators
Senators by popular vote opened its itssession Itssession
session here yesterday yesterdayThe
The attendance Is very large and andmost andmost andmost
most o of the States and Territories Territoriesare Territoriesarelrepresented
are arelrepresented represented by delegates who whohave whohave whohave
have been appointed by Governors GovernorsMassachusetts GovernorsMassachusetts GovernorsMassachusetts
Massachusetts is one of the few fewStates fewStates
States S not officially represented at theconference the theconference theconference
conference but the State is by no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means without unofficial representa representation ¬
tion tionGov
Gov Cummins who is personally personallytaking personallytaking personallytaking
taking great interest in the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter is presiding at the th conference confer conference conference ¬
ence which promises to be of great greatpolitical greatpOlitical grea greapolitical t
political importance It may result resultin r resulis sult sultIn t
in completely overriding the Senate Senateof Senatof e
of the United Uni d States and in establishing establish establishing establishing ¬
ing a new method of choosing Sea Senators 8enatora Seastore ¬
store in spite of the opposition o a athe of ofthe f
the United States Senate SenateThe SenateThe SenateThe
The constitution 1 article v provides vprovIdesthat providesthat providethat s I
that on the application of the Legis Legislatures Legislatures Legisatures ¬
latures l of twothirds of t the e several severalStates
States Congress shall call a conven convention ¬
tics for proposing amendments amendments t tthe to tothe tothe °
the constitution and these shall be become become ¬
come valid when they shall be rati ratified ratItied ¬
tied by the Legislatures Legi tatures of three threefourths threefourths threeof e
fourths of the several States or b by byconventions byconventions y
conventions in threefourths thereof thereofas
as the one or the other mode of rati ratification ratification ratflcation ¬
fication may be proposed by Congress CongressThirtytwo CongressThirtytwo CongressThirtytwo
Thirtytwo State Legislatures have haveat hayeat e
at different times signified to Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress their desire that steps be taketo taken takento n
to amend the constitution and pro provide provide pr ° ¬
vide for the popular election of Sen Senators Senators
ators But this is not strong enough enoughThe enoughThe
The Legislatures must apply to and andpractically andpracticallY an d
practically demand of Congress that thata t
a constitutional convention be called calledand calledand
and then Congress will have no opti optiin option optionin ° n
in the matter but will be forced to togrant togrant t tgrant 0
0s
grant the request Nineteen States Stateshave Stateshave Statehave s
have made this formal demand and andonly andonly an I
only twelve more are needed without withoutOklahoma withoutOklahoma t
Oklahoma and thirteen with it itIn ItIn
In five different Congresses the thelower th thlower thloner e
lower house has voted for popular popularelection popularelection r
election iiut in every eyer case the Senate Senatekilled Senatekilled Senatkilled e
killed the proposed legislation legislationAT
AT THE SHOW TEXT TEXTUnder TE T TUnder
Under Two Flags as played by bythe bythe b y
the Park Company last night was wasvoted wasvoted s
voted quite the best performance of ofthe ofthe o othe
the week There have been many manyversions manyversions man manversions y
versions of the pieCe pie e and this on one oneseems oneseems
seems to combine the interesting fea features features fe fetares a ¬
tures of themTonight them themTonight themTonight
Tonight The Ku Klux or The TheAvenger TheAvenger Th e
Avenger will be done Its locale i is isthe S I Ithe
the south the time directly after the thewar th e I Iwar
war when unjust legislation caused causedso cause d
so much havoc and the race issue issuereally Issuereall e
really reall began This play was writ written written t ¬
ten especially for Mr lr Parks Co and andlast andlast an anlast d
last week in Valdosta Ga created createdlittle createdlittle createlittle d
little less than a furore Prices Priceswill Priceswill s
will remain same however howeverEXTRADITION howeverE
EXTRADITION E OF STEXSLAXD STEXSLAXDIs
Is Requester to President Roosevelt Rooseveltby Rooscrcby It
by Governor of Illinois IllinoisSpringfield IllinoisSprIngfield IllinoisSpringfield
Springfield Ill Sept 6G 6 GovDeneen Gov GovDeneen ° v
Deneen has issued a request to Presi President President i ¬
dent Roosevelt that the United States Statesmake Statesmake Stat es
make a request upon the government governmentof nt
of Morocco for the extradition of ofStensland ofStensland
Stensland president of the Milwau Milwaukee MUwaukee Mllwakee n ¬
kee Avenue Bank
FIRST FLORIDA ORANGES ORANGESCarload ORA GES GESCarload
Carload of the Fruit Was ShippedFrom Shipped ShippedFrom ShippedFrom
From Tampa TampaTampa TampaTampa TampaTampa
Tampa Fla Sept 6 GThe The first firstcarload firstcarload firstcarload
carload of Florida oranges of this thisseason thisseason thisseason
season was shipped yesterday This Thisis
is three days daYsearller earlier than ever before beforeIn
In the history of the Industry The Theshipment Theshipment Theshipment
shipment consisted of 400 boxes boxesTIGER boxesTIGER
TIGER LAKE LAKEInteresting LAKEInteresting LAKEInteresting
Interesting Letter Leti r From FromThat That Pros Prosperous Prosperous Prosperous ¬
perous Section of Smvannee SmvanneeI
I will give you q few dots from fromTiger fromTiger fromTiger
Tiger Lake neigborhood n if you will willallow willallow willallow
allow me space spaceThe spaceThe spaceThe
The rain has vanished now and the thesun thesun thesun
sun Jls is coming down with all of her hermight bermight
might and it is all we can do tostand to tostand tostand
stand It ItBy itBy itBy
By the way I met Mr J B Hawk Hawkins Hawkins Hawkins ¬
ins a while ago on his way to Live LiveOak LiveOak LaveOak
Oak and had a flour barrel very nearfull near nearfull nearfull
full of collard seed to sell to a seedmerchant seed seedmerchant seedmerchant
merchant there That beats b ats all that thatany thatany thatany
any man has done around here yet yetin yetin yetn
in I n the way of making something to toell toell toell
ell A person cannot say sa that he cant cantmake cantmake cantmake
make a living in Suwannee county countyfor
for he can make an honest living if ifhe Ifhe ifhe I
he will try Mr Hawkins told me mehe mehe mehe
he was thinking of going tp j ° South SouthFlorida SouthFlorIda Southlorida
Florida F I for one and others I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know dont want Mr Hawkins to tomove tomove tomove
move away from Old Suwannee for foryou foryou foryou
you can sell everything else you OU have haveto haveto
to sell besides collard seed that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Hawkins well knows Why you youcan youcan
can even sell dish rags in Live Oak Oakit Oakit Oakit
it is such a good market for our ourproduce ourproduce
produce But will say that if he hedoes hedoes h e
does go he will make a good honest honestliving honestl1vIng
living anywhere Such men as Mr MrJack MrJack MrJack
Jack Hawkins are not like the man manthat manthat manthat
that I once heard of that could not notmake notmak
make a living only out outofhls of his fellow fellowmen fellowmen
He will make it itbonest honest honestThe
The public roads are Ina very ery bad badcondition badco ba bacondition d
condition co dition I know that all can not notbe notbe no nobe t
be be worked at one time but our road roadfrdm roadfr roe roefrom d td
from fr m Houston to Live Oak Oa Is J In isvery a avery avery
very bad fix You have to leave leavethe leavethepubllc leavethepublic the thepublic
public road altogether for a quarter quarterof quarteof r
of a mile and will say do please pleasefix
fix it so we can travel it if you can canpossibly canpossibly
possibly do so soI soI soI
I have just gathered corn and a awell am amwell amwell m
well pleased with the yield My M cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton has been injuredby Injured by the hot sun sunCotton sunCotton
Cotton crop is short with most our ourfarmers ourfarmers ou oufarmers r
farmers J A Ambrose has the thefinest thefinest
finest cotton any where in our neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighboyhood ¬
borhood It is very fineWell fine fineWell fineWell
Well it Is getting time for anotheice another anotherice r
ice cream supper They seem to be bethe bethe b e
the go now I will close by b say saying sa saIng ¬
ing that everybody seems to be hap happy happy ha hapy p ¬
py and prosperous in this neck
o de woods J A DeBERRY DeBERRYA
A YOUTHFUL MURDERER MURDERERGeo
Geo Marshall Kills Sam Staten StatenBoth StutcnBoth StatenBoth
Both Negro Boys BoysMadison UOsMadison
Madison New Enterprise EnterpriseGrant EnterpriseGrant
Grant Marshall is the name of a adiminutive adiminutive I Idiminutive
diminutive negro youth outh aged about t
14 years ears who was placed in the thecounty tbecounty th thcounty e
county jail Monday afternoon and andthere andthere an I
there languisheth awaiting trial oa oathe ORthe o a
the very ver serious charge of murder murderin r
in the first degree The boy bo was wasbrought vasbrought S
brought here Monday afternoon from fromnear fromnear fro n nnear m
near Sirmons in the southwest cor corner corner co r ¬
ner of the county in charge of deputy deputysheriff deputJtsheriff donutsheriff y
sheriff Bob Henry H nr On Monday the theboy theboy th e
boy was at the cabin home of Sam SamStaten SamStaten Sa SaStaten m
Staten a negro boy of about 13 13years 13years 1 3
years No o one else was present The Theboys Theb03s Th e
boys became engaged in a scuffle scuffleover scuIDeover e
over the possession of a longbarrel longbarreled ¬
ed singlebarrel shot gun when it itwas Itwas I
was exploded and the younger box boxreceived bOJreceived y
received the load of No 4 shot in inthe inthe i n
the neck almost tearing the hexfrom head headfrom headfrom d
from the body bod which resulted in his hisimmediate hisimmediate hi hiimmediate s
immediate death This is only one oneof oneof o oof ne net
of the stories told by the boy bo GranHe Grant GrantHe GrantHe t
He has told several others Justice JusticeReuben JusticeReuben Justi ce
Reuben Reams in his capacitycoroner capacity as ascoroner ascoroner
coroner empanelled a jury which whichafter whichaftef whitaftertZxamining h
after aftertZxamining 6xamining the body of the de dead deadboy deadboy ad
boy and investigating fully and care carefully carefully car e ¬
fully the circumstances surrounds surrounding surroundingthe ng
the affair rendered a verdict of mur murder murder r ¬
der against Grant The case will in inall inall
all probability be finally tried at the theterm theterm then
term of the circuit court which con convenes convenes co covenes n ¬
venes next monthn month
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THE T lltASJPtACtthAN lltASJPtACtthANM LAST PEACE PEACEPalma WIf WIfPalma
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Palma Declines to toPeace R RPeace Rih10 Rih10Peace d
Peace Conference ConferenceNO Conff
N NO 0 OOi HOPE fOR A S SVeterans Sffllflll SffllflllVeterans Si1 W WVeterans
Veterans Are Velcoae t tRebels 1err Mw MwRebels t tRebels
Rebels and PenHade Tbew TIMJBteLar TIMJBteLarDowa te aL aLDoR fy fyDOTVB
DOTVB TkdrArs TkdrArsHavana Their AswHavana Arose AroseHavana
Havana Sept 6Q1a bGelepresenting 6 6Q1arepresenting Qev Qevrepresenting
representing r the Cahaa Cahaaa iFetet ° asti h ha
a long talk with Presiaett Presiaettyesterday P l lyesterday MJ MJyesterday
yesterday with a view Tie ef efthe arhi arhithe u uthe
the differences between leea the thement tltement es esmeat
ment and the rebels rebelsPresident rebelJPresident rebelsPresident
President Palma told tolCthat t U pMSitl pMSitlthat I Ithat
that the veterans were wetaes wekflwalt wt > a te tewait e ewait
wait on the rebels and udto jf peraeat a4 bhplb bhplbto fc fcto
to lay la down their arms Sa I Ithey a vMeh vMehthey rsiaieitthey
they would be free te leave J Jtry the thetry t ttry
try or return uaaolested uaolea4edhomes le lehomes
homes by virtue of the reeeM reeeMof NfttIof
of amnesty Bat he 1a aale 4e4 K Kveterans Kveterans IK IKveterans
veterans took this eearce Cte Cteact ihif vreefa vreefaact rte rteact
act merely as private prlntegovernment etttaea t tgovernment Hgi Hgigovernment
government amid set Httreat ttet ttettreat eauettl ii iitreat
treat through them tit or I Iway ia a attrr attrrway f f fway
way with the rebelsWhen rebels rebelsWhen rebelsVhen
When Gen Cebrece left letthe the hohe J Jhe
he met Gen Mire the t1a efctef efctefing tIfa tIfaing Q4 i li liug
ing l ug officer of the Arwy e ewho et f fwho 1 iMril Alily Alilywho
who on seeing Cbrte Cbrteface 1 noe noetace 4l W Wface
face said Didat I tell je yttt lh tJMI tJMIold 4 4old
old man would set a t tthe Hteft tfr tfrthe et etthe
the countrys sakeTn sakeTnGen aIttGeD sake sakeGen
Gen Cebreco aaswere4 u uwere mfr mfrwere stmtwere
were right rightThis rlchLThIs rightThis
This kills the last kepi he f tf tMcable Mi Micable
cable settlement er f the tteesl tteesllea 1
lea and will 111 cost the t1I t1Isympatl1 ferai feraisympathy tl ai
sympathy of the veterans veteransGen teraae teraaeQen + t
Gen Mire who VM 9 e et etmost t tmost It ItmOt
most promlaeat gea Cetaffllt Cetafflltof v 4f la the theof
of LlberatioB smoceKag smoceKagwhen 11MGfta MI MIwhen l lwhen
when the latter was feMtat WIh4The 44 44The
The soreniBieRic feMr te IecognlfBI t ie iecognisiag N Ncognizing >
cognizing the e veterawi yet le leCubans ItCubans leCubans
Cubans BBoh as are aw te letcan tecan i ican
can hold out ladeihtfil l 14 14up 4t + all hf hfup
up into intoor all agalAetRl s ltd = fit fitor 1 1or
or fifty MeL weashould Baa trill trillshould
should hare u salt fe < the theofficers J gr111 gr111omcers I Iomeera
officers better 1teCIMmen HK lq ltM r rmen es tl tlmen
men who fought te N MM I Idepeadttsee > r rdepoadrse I Idopeadoue
depeadttsee I 1IrOO8 smiM Wta > a te9 te9groea
grow groeaGOB aM Htr ail tYe r flwN I IgovorMeat fr
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