Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00543
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: January 1, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00543
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACE4563
oclc - 33273856
alephbibnum - 000398954
lccn - sn 95026787
 Related Items
Other version: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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Happy and Prosperous New

TE past year has been a very prosperous
business year with us. Our sales were all
that we could expect or hope for. Our
customers have increased in numbers, and we
were enabled to give them greater and better
values from our large and carefully selected
stock than ever before.
For the year 1909 we will be prepared, as
heretofore, to take care of all your wants in the
Mercantile line.
We would be pleased to number you as one
of our regular customers for the New Year.





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TeA, had d the Kommng Uit
died irt Tw&d at Fr mt the bma-
,pa= of tI colay,rich is MB I
His death wr kept a seet by em
Mw aewly & the wek, in tir"
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9 dMutheddet rhad often M te d
woiokld erai* be theee,M ad lh b-
msard ftba t Was W SnUy crMedited
by his deotod de ip h^.
The bod M carefully wated a&l
day yesterday, as it was beiered the
mile of ising the dead wod
srey take pae, &d when night fed
some of the bolder members of the
cony expmeddou bt, and assigu of
decompoaiti are evident they insisod
on bial bat VictV a Grati, the BaW
Sader, has s eededA ia keeping tmh
body e m e mo day (t y).
New Hewd So geaeshaM
Following the death of her alleged
hubad, Koresh Victoria Gratia
hoseDname, in real life, is Victoria,
Marti, became the head of the Kre-
ha Unity, and nowa lad thed ite"l
of the belief that the world is romd
ad that the inhabitats thereof b re t
on the inner surface of the said ball
the sun, moon and solar systems, beinght
located inside the said balL It is said
thatthe Koreshans also maintain the
i doctrine that the property they own is
i believed to be invested with supernat-
i urva value. Victoria Gratia was crowned
Son Thursday with unusual ceremonial
S land three hundred of the faithful still
Subscribe to the doctrines of the sect.

Form of (;overament.
The government of the Koreshan
Unity involves a somewhat intricate
system. There are three main depart-
ments, namely, the Assembly Trium-
iphant, the Collegiate System and the
jSociety Arch-Triumphant. As presid-
ing centers of these three depart.nents
there are three chambers, namnel:., the
Stellar Chamber, the Planetary Cham-
ber and the Signet Chamber. The four
primary officials of the Stellar Cham-
ber are men, the six of the Planatarv
Chamber are women, and the twelve of
the Signet Chamber are six men and
six women. Each chamber has its dis-
tinctive sitting. The pre-eminent of
the Unity is the presiding officer of the,
Pre-eminent Concilium, composed of
,the three chambers, with representa-;
tives from the faculty of the univer-
sity, from the Department of Equitable!


PU mBr. mMammoth Production of the Metropolitan Success


30 PEOPLE 30

Band and Orchestra

Specialties Between Acts



AIISSION=-dnlts, 35c; Children, 2k

Live Oak Manif'turing Co
Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric
Ijghts. Power and Turpentine
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for
sidence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.
Ectric power-Day and night current-for manufactur-

mio iand retail Ice-out of City orders have spe-
cii gtteution, and all orders promptly filled.

And a ot 115

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bdt 10t01D I miD
tid of "0& goods

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FAMM twi
dwe" ihIngal Ma-
or "t ys a"AD of
thaake tep lb.lhas
door.L' oek elt # W 1,
by laying by a Ottleonsm
SInto the afe ha of ft J
Oakt Bask's vmsm& ad L~
4 % isWWoc as N phod 00~
credit Irtht Ii -la S
monthsI sad slow a
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#f.SAT hkL 1'ST POAMAI $UV I6&
OTcfi ot6 ImE MARKET AAs Ali
08 OTnER NiMAcnipttRY iWsitoC
Of$MUnSS& ONLY. A*lul14T 6 Aw
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Administration and from the Patrons w &AY At
of Equation. The Patrons of Equation BY A C I RM
are the people at large who in any ca-' 22 OcaM Sreet. TdelSeh No. 574 -CI --U- fa
pacity belong to the Koreshan system. We carry at Jac i- m a a
"No measure enacted by the body of k complete rtok d rw lF
the Pre-eminent Concilium shall become law wto th iidnes, ofa th ImIp
a law without the indersement of the 7Wood iMi 4 11i1S
Prime Counsellor (Koresb) and the sig-"
nature and privy seal of the pre-emi- We have may nr "41 of
iutomrs whoa ill wt f wlmu
nent. There is also a judiciary, cor- it of ourld It dl imsIM
posed of twelve members. Article 3; or wPRICES d TtMS U
of the constitution reads: 'There shall We are n. Southern g for FARQUHAR i el
be no provision of the constitution of We are Gen. Southern Agents for FARQUHAR E:g" BW ,ad I
the Koreshan Unity that shall conflict' A Past wll oL ri Sd i : Write Is l r
with any law of the United States or
with the constitution law ofany State
in which the Unity may have occasion FREE SAMPLES OF WALL
to operate.'" I --.i ...1 *-., _.-

Educational Affairs.
Much attention is given to practical
as well as theoretical education in al-
most all branches of learning. A
primary school is maintained for young-
er children, in which music, vocal and
instrumental, is a prominent study.
Higher classes, attended by adults and
youths, are held hourly each day, in
which algebra, bookkeeping, languages,
music, science, art and other branches
are taught by competent persons. A


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Capital $75,000 -:- Surpka $3S

NEW wal Paper "il
change uaumn0t i
disal room into aa a:-
tractie cbheul homc.
We place at your door
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Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons

Live Oak, Florida

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IM LLAR DRAL MADE. successful drainage of the vast area of
1 I swamp lands, thousands of acres of
6, L Usb ImeseT Tract of which have in recent months been sold
Eig W I ad. I to other parties under practically the
S. .. : same contract, will mean millions of
oam of $ KO,000, the Inter- dollars to the State hereafter.
soaw d this state Governor Broward was asked by a
&P or tm L atJ. Bod I Metropolis representative what busi-
a 14 6r000 aew of nes he intended to engage in after re-
b' tm tiring to private life early next month,
6l futre ea rs be used in but stated that he had nothing definite
aM mti of Sgar cae. to give out on the subject. He was
6l dd tMhe deal wa closed, congratulated by his many friends upon
S*h will elapse before Mr. the successful culmination of the big
Md his a su atWe will begin land deaL-Jacksonville Metropolis.
f hptatt work of development.
Stet sm of the sale are as follows T. J. Carroll Won the Range.
I t Ie p atuhs price goes to the
S5 r price goesto the r The fine range, given away by the
fw. iv" = % while the re-
SI oid m, while the e- Hair-Hardware Company on Christmas
1s' Fa! m ding to agreement of the
I m ttBord, l be Eve to the holder of the lucky number,
SSe3l toth di. rllfb was e won by T. J. Carroll of this city.
S g~ehsd by the digging of A numbered ticket for the few weeks
{(h esmed by the digging of
Sthehad is to be paid for atpt had been given with every 50 cent
i' t ep ,a id for tr purchase made at the store, and thou-
rK $10, 8 per year for three
ib d pb yealr paid i fll sands of tickets had been issued, and
Sb f Christmas Eve, when the drawing took
KIL ~ o wo, w place the store was crowded with ticket
N. il Bnoward, who, with
8mIs tr W. M. Miltwon holders. The lucky ticket, number
SA.tC.Croom, M is inthe 706, was held by Mr. CarrolL
S. the ip on the The winner of the prize had choice of
ermed the prept of the the range or $40.00 in cash.
ShId bIm entirely con-
St at the purchasers HEALTH AND VITALITY
a* l aan immense Mott's Nervine Pills
Sthe Berglades one of The great iron and tonic restora-
ll ,r-p m ing sections tive for men and women, produce
strength and vitality, builds up the
biwe Mr. Boll ad system and renews the normal vigor.
tl ordm makes For sale by druggists or by mail, $1.
-- tMCeti~mace of per box. six boxes for $5.00. Wil-
b ergilades thu lams M'f'g. Co.. Props., Cleveland,
Si e l ed through- Ohio. Suwannee Drug Co.
amu d's adainistra- -
t s MlIetdd attention Denatured Alcohol. Suwaunee
B on emWMtry. The Drug Co.

Simple Remedy
lU a purely vegetable extract, a simple,
I-tg remedy, recommended to girls and
Sd ge for womanly pains, irregularity,
nervousness, weakness, and any
4i=l- m SS, peculiar to females

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You feel as if you had one face too
Live Oak, Fi., Dec. 22, 1908. many when you have neuralgia, don't
At a call meeting of the city council you? Save the face, you may need it;
duly called by the mayor and held in but get get rid of the neuralgia by ap-
the city of Live Oak on the 22nd day of plying Ballard's Snow Linirwn Finest
December 1908, (at which the follow- thing in the world for rbenmatiNm,
ing members were present: J. E. neuralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame
Wood, president pro ter, and aldermen back and all pains. Sold by Suwannee
T. S. Anderson, J. M. Barclay, and S. Drug Co.
J. White,) the following proceedings contain ei
were had. to-wit: FOR SALE-My farm containg eighty
were had. to-wit:
A resolution passed by the Board of acres' one and a half miles from Live
of Bond Trusteeson the 21st day of De- Oak, all under good fence and cultiva-
of Bond Trustees on the 21st day of De-
cember, A. D. 1908, oblgating said ton two sets hou
plenty good water, gas engine, tanks,
Board to re-imburse the city of Live plenty good water, g engine, tanks,
Oak for advances made and to be made pping etc. Also all stock, wagons,
on account of street paving, fire depart buggies, and farming tools. Must besold
Sat once. A bargain for some one-call

VI1, i *aIhAfI~ D 1U LUY~ III IUI~on or write W. W. Hawkins, Live Oak, N
ments to the city water works was pre- on or write W. W. Hawkins, Live Oak,
SFlorida. dec4tti
sented to the city council, whereupon
it was ordered by said city council that ATTOf
the said propositions contained in said
resolution be and the same are hereby w*M
accepted, approved and ratified. W itt
Passed at a call session of the city a t
council, December 22, 1908. N

J. E.
Attest: Pr
S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.

es. pro tern.

By vote of council the street commit-
tee was instructed to proceed to pave
with gravel Ohio avenue from the rail-
road to its northern extremity, also Du-
val street from Georgia avenue to L.
0. P. & G. railroad.
T. S. Anderson, J. M. Barclay and -
S. J. White were appointed a commit-
tee to confer with Live Oak Manufac-
turing Company in regard to price for
On motion adjourned in order.
Attest: President pro tern.
S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
At a meeting of the Board of Bond
Trustees of the city of Live Oak, Flori-
da, held on the 21st day of December,
1908, the following resolution was in-
troduced and passed, to-wit:
Whereas, the city council of the city
of Live Oak has from time to time ad-
vanced certain moneys to defray the
expense of paving certain of thestreets
in the city of Live Oak with phosphate
gravel and has also advanced certain
moneys on account of the fire depart-
ment to be established and equipped as
a part of the city hall, and has made
certain advances on account of pur-
chases and permanent improvements to
the city water works:
And whereas it is contemplated that
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Relieves Colds by working them
out of the system through a copious
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
strengthening the mucous mem-
branes of the throat, chest, lungs and
bronchial tubes.

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J. L. LEE,
Attorney at Law
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Office over Sandlin's Store. Prumt
attention given all business piacei m
my hands.


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k hk Te y rally do it tha
b. o v Ia w Ioobt leu then
S A ay" conty e orid thW
b riWK to elmtAbonh th
e. mud Oe WN i mp traffmdc.

3le oWe i dill force mn this
o e. Th Cooper, father Ad aoo
SMI with the murder of ex-Senatoi
M o i aNashville,Tenl, have been
# deMiilaOdwuatstay injaiL Un-
~iMwy reumladItances people oi
mU a"stamdin too frequently
a-- is c avacing the court that
b affmee ia a bailable one and they
S"puittad to po at large until they
m bieppt to triaL But it didn't
i this tae, aOd public opinion,
th was vary sarly one way, doubt-
Ibs-oething to do with it.

MnIbr parakmn, of the Taylor Coun-
ty brnd, ha known General Gilchrit
hlteL t for twoity years and says
ha M make the beat governor the
OiWts Tr ad. Thi is high praise,
tow govr or-elect has been a re-
mu*a eeIaic ful man in conducting
b rpdvat afrin, and that, too, on a
udT axtanve scale, and as modern
mOM require a first-class business
m at rtf badof the State, General
Glrit's wise management of his
m- ain is a guarantee that he will
be qI to the tak ahead of him at

ewy alomkMin the States of Ala-
b ma Mid Msnuippi closes its doors
ea* in obdioce to the mandate of
he peple speaking through their leg-
L .amad as revolutions never go
bhur d it i doubtless true that those
-m wili remanF closed forever. There
- mat many toal rmaining in
dMr Stab, for local optionhad been
Adln tlm out with marvelous ra-
ity flate years ad it was but
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MOm, i a trwiad dIsIrr i
e tA Lbn Ea Ommtn rdi
og htet M- 1d theL mni id ak-
mit saF etapqtheh god a.-
nab tbthrdii my thMaro
eitin anohpped; bet l year iwe
em IoqI with a rioam trn and
po a jol tW Bod thew ho fbrit of
i r hM m id *eommwr l ifWe qui-
rwitat*Absck. Asaremltwehave
mMedtome ar, the promoters a
t of a job a md whtbh for meal tick-
Sthge r bide k tribe has disap-
red d the cobtry, sobered by its
re, is iv quietly ain on a
r hbaiand by soalder methods.
Srewtormes an al here; we ar the
dAt people i the world awd in no
der bid an the s may opportu-
tim for welldiected energy.
Roorvelt, with his fum and furore
d boetful etruOmie.ty, wel symbol-
Sthe era from which the nation ia
steomrgg, and se hope with anl
baU titatMr. Taft, who as about
eemwd him, will inis cahnmolid,
Aps character and safe and conser-
tirve aetho be a tnie tyAe of the
Sera upon which we are entering.
aeed justthattype in our whole
minus and social life, and when it
comes the rule we will know both
amteatment ad prosperity as a peo-


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rmk wn ttt t* tew weeifr
fdh d wih populatim aud aa
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Sanwd mwbwltehah b a itWW
wad tdao we good, batt oom ba w
'%bwdts ad tda w sO onba
4ooat~ r am wtootbng abo t And
with td ebbng of the tideb w de i
miul ery Sotbra Cm ot~ ity of
sie a %7 dWrabte NaMPa popwOtial
apy dawn fnm the omth trqy,
pratieda wtsuasd, with ao dfai
for it labot, aging on a hat it ae,
kime outa aewnt ahidame wt ith e
prpct o bteum m wf t" tobew Ibta
Idtnisvrapowgod o back to the
fimua it WaOd bring lre rf to the
aitha m Webhtve bad our Wmidr
vboo in the Sod &Wd it ha kacr ed
the sm of oar wealth butmoaly, bat
tha evermt has orat beo even or
gamaL What we wmed amir a m ag-
rikutla revia a wdemprd move-
ent back to the fms to atresa the
orui equipdroise; for, as the coil i
the original source of all atb, so t he
fner, even thboh the piea of his t
opajustnow may yield him scant
proft can at least be ineapndent if he
frm iWigently, and that is more
am he coan be while depeDdent on the t
certain tenure of a "job" in town.



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We are well away from the panic The latest measure suggested to cir-
,, which prostrated things last year and cumvent that common enemy of law- will lhve a timely opportunity at MTa- The D M t h I u
i there isB no prospect of another for abiding people, the modern improved patocbarify the situation and tell a qouatWly hbk ofrt
o years to come. The business of the and revised pistol-toter, comes from poor democrat what to do in subch a di. tit.ta, whf eb M
o country is readjusting itself to the new Congreasman Lewis, of Tennessee, who lemma. Congresemn Clark, who i a reecaly dui v hu Ia
i comwtigwm and the shrinkage has proposes to introduce a bill in congress good deroct, wants protection, ad of that id- ,Lb yI
. brought surprisingly little suffering making it a felony to carry a pistol in all over the South where there an e a- the opmmem t odf
ir and enforced idleness. Booms are ev- the District of Columbia. If this bill teresa tosuffer from foreign compem theme watooIo b I
o eiywhere conspicuous by their absence, should pass it is expected that it will tition the genuine republicanprotective way to A* it.L t b V |
It but business is fairly good, the indus- inspire the various State legislatures spirit is erupting at an alarming ats. apred rdibisd ui ad
e trial plants are nearly all m operation, to take similar action in dealing with Let theclarion voice of W. J. B. be is rfM too m iMd i
t thrift and economy are the keynotes, this great evil, but even in that event lifted at Tampa on this paramount thesm tro,, -eo r do
* prodigality and waste have gone to the ever-present problem of the en- isue. oe of thMe 1 -AM '
join the "busted" fooms, and the new forcement of the law would still con- mismnteleft nA aW-
year begins with the nation on a sound: front us, and with laxness in that re- ..1.1.g sut c the lU i o a
Basis and content to move forward by spect we would probably discover that Discourage te loal companies of nUPPot od- ta l itoi
conservative methods and at consider-: pistol-toting as a felony has no more Jacksonvlhe and be prepared t see sno star T" t
ably les than breakneck speed. terrors for the law-breaker of that them lose heart, to see the city some s i
r All things considered, the optim,.t kind than pistol-toting as a misdemea- day handed over to a mad mub_.-Times- .< l .r. w t
has the better of the argument. or. The present law on the subject ,nion of the addri W while Ihfw
Should doubtless be sufficient to break Verytrue, indeed! Itis short-sighted groping bewildade -the mi
WPM.. :. .... _policy on the part of any community to of |I s e I oIk h is Isa
We ~-l\ve beenanxlous to hear som0 up the evil practice if it were rigorousiy policyon the part of any community to of skeiticiin orphmCud is
We tr e been i Sous to hern publsome' enforced and refuse ample and cheerful support to ht of ir
stng Dd leading Southern publi,- ,v e,- --its local military org,,lirot n T hne
tio sound a clear nd decided note on ment as well as heavy fine mate the ,,
thetif ea a proper policy for the e penalty in every instance. But ldnotionof"ti soldiers" isenly.held NobarbarimOtthets Ik#4ip
erthe decent, law-abiding people of no by shallow and thinking people; 1 as itt tt a
&*wratic South, and here it is from d:cent ..ab. dg people of the other kind u:ut l that our .t a* i M-
te M--ufactlrs' Reord, which ;uy are so shared I beviled the other kind understand .that our clout sa vagebS e p -i a
the M of e Record, which,: country are so harried and bedeadice the l dm W
mo than y other perioica, is in by the pistol-toters and their fou State trops
intimate touch i th ou industrial in derous work that they would consent sense of the word who are called upon. nihtriders of T a in. Ill
terests and their needs: to the most extreme measures to get in grave emergencies to dicharge d- tcky in the good ya w S in
The time has come when every bu-i rid of the breed, and if making the of- ties of the highest usefulness to the W 4 m tIe i
n man in the South-whether he e fence a felony will accomplish the end community, and that in these days of dirace of the mtis mdauote
mrchat, manufacturer, farmer o'r even contribute, appreciably ,to it, mob violence and widespread contempt of the corrective Minwe Ia th
bmerch-intereed, manufacturer, welfarmer of they would doubtless approve such a for ,towor city fortunate enough ma will everrfomth. a rw =
hinker-terested in w. On this subject the Penaoh to possess one or more well-disciplined Jeffrey o the -uir -
thius section should unite min a demand u sao military company has an asset of in Tennese id Kamecky. w
for a full measure of tariff protection ,J-r"-.- -- s: mpaes his ruthlm ehd oaW b i
to the interests of the South. is "The Journal most earnestly hopes great value which it cannot afford to his ruthless ethod toe =e
section has so long permitted others to that the Florida legislature will take neglect. tIhante bl i .o. t" he
make our tariff laws that there is da this matter up in ApriL Pistol-carry- ithan the moo#eh mUer r ido b
ger that our own people may not real- ing should be mde a crime with a s e off from all your bd habit and burn and war o ad
ize how seriously this section would be vere penalty teaching. When this and get right with God and man today; dren as well s u man in tha
hampered and crippled by a tariff re- shall have be done it is safe to s and do it sincerely, without mental res- 'States.
vised in the interest of the East and that the artrending tragdies whichfor this may be your last
West as against the South. Suchhve soi oft disgraega t sil New Year's day on this narrow isth- Here is a genial little Cri mas'a
thng have been done before. They p mus called Life between the two eter- solution from Editor Holly, of tIe A
will be done again unless the people of nities. Even though you break the ford Herald, which has a soft mnuim
the whole South awake to the danger William J. Bryan is booked for a resolution it is better to have made it, i ring about it we seem to have bw I n
of the situation." speech at the Tampa fair on February for it shows that you yet have a con-. the long ago when life wau sa
4 and it is given out that he will dis- science and moral stamina and reog-' spring and about once a years ai
Here is a sensible and timely para- cuss the future of the democratic party "ize the call of duty. So long as that: about the first of January "er mia
graph from the Wavcross, Ga.. Her- in an impersonal way, taking the les- is tute you are still worth saving and : But, though fractured times inrnas
aid: sons and results of the last campaign the star of hope continues to shine on able, it has an infinite capacity for W
'"Occasionally some fellow who left as the basis for his remarks. A big the hobrizn of your future. It is the ing successfully repaired and omae -
the farm several years back 'for better theme and a big man to handle it! But man who is reckless of all higher: pod as new, as we persnia.ly k5 or worse'and who has progressed in we hope Mr. Bryan will take advan- things; who wallows in sensuality; who and it is a noble resolve wach J
experience, multiplied his family and tage of theopportunity to go into one knows no moral restraint; gives full should all make even more frqiuat*r
decimated his fortune, returns to the branch of the subject of which he was rein to the evil within him and lives than we do. Says Editor lody
soil and he hugs it like a penitent prod- rather shy during the late unpleasant- and dies like the animals around him,, "The editor of this primrn




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L. A. bbott eat end Brysm street
Uv Ok, vuat to mat a farm hone
or mk fort the year l. It
A S. & RidnM of Wedlbn, wu
aam the ritor here lt week who
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Live EM, isr'--. a

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Dr. Arima, tm vel kno Jak-
mvilb npeealt, will make i nezt
prIfim alvit Live Oak F. 4;
office, HotdelWm. TbSw TheDoctr
ha m mb w my aem l in ovwre
ai tmB ofa ey tronble, ab the
rstradte a of aM eys vwttt
knife. Heafter the Doctor will mae
visit every fJm antL
STOLN-Fnm my pMe, in Cbl-
land dMttlm mt, 10 mlOi .mU l t of
Live Oak, om Tustdr uAht DoMcm-

to o Dioerant. ber 22A a eal ir a% bbd tb-
J. V. Brown, our good end of near tail, and mae sheared dose, about 6
J. V. Bron, or od fried of ne or 7ye ol. ewaad for reta aof
Ha m, minded ustea iafoatio leading to er
urday for twelve months' mubmcnpton or Addf Yor ar eng" B
to the Democrat. recovery.'Addres York Saer, Row
Sburg. it
FOB AL A nieeottge a y W. Bland, me of the old citisa
S dusb joalty -close in, with of the Falnouth eto of the conty,
w ato e ti" amd ectric lights.
as in town Nmby&Wbed his sub-
Apply at thie f. eriptiao to the Demorat datd 'way
Everybody in the tycallon W. T. ead. Mr.Blad haretedhisfarm
Stokely for fresh meats. He sells out and is ara g to move to Pury
ip for cash. Steak lO ; wbole hamn where he wfllpgMe in bueiima. re
1. Nwt door to Hair hardware Co. u a goo d eitds ad we a very worry
Min LoyMlle Brown, daughter of to se him, ad wish him the best of
Dr. mdMn. C. S. Brown, is at home succON at hisnew home.
for the holidays from Swaneeboroagh, At a meeting of the directors of the
N. Ci$ ere ste is attending coege. First National Bank O Teday night,
OwW wants to sell some valuable the usual 10 per cent. dividek d was d-
Live Oak property, now paying 12 per lared upon the pital rt for the
cat on the prie. For further infor- year 1908, and an equal amount was
m on addreMs Box222, Live Oak, Fla. placed to the credit of the already mr-
plus and profit account. The First Na-
Frank Drew, Jr., a student of the tional Bank is one of the solid financial
WlMtoa-Salem, N. C., Military Col- institutions of this section of Florida,
leWe, spent the holidays at home with ably financiered, officered by gentlemen
his parent, CoL and Mrs. Frank Drew. who offer their customers all accommo-
Karl Bardin, of the First National dations consistent with sound banking.
Bank, went over to Lake City Monday Rev. York, member of the Methodist
to attend a party. It's mighty hard conference, and a mos excellent gen-
for Kaad to keep away from Lake City. tlemen, was in the first of this week

J. M. Scott, who has been a sub-
scriber for the Democrat ever since it
has been a Democrat, called at this of-
ie Saturday and renewed for another
year. 0
LOST-Somewhere in Live Oak, on
night of Dec. 23, a buggy lap robe; one
side solid black, the other side yellow.
Finder return to this office and receive
Miss Sarah Gilmore, formerly of this
city. and her brother, H. C. Gilmore,
and his two bright and interesting little
daughters, of Baxley, Ga., are in the
city guests of Mrs. R. L White.
Patrick Carroll, an old and highly re-,
spected citizen of this county, was in
Live Oak Monday on business and made
the Democrat a visit and left us a 16
to 1 silver dollar on his subscription,
The State Educational Association
met in annual slsion in Gainesville this'
week and Prof. L. B. Edwards of this'
city was on t*e program for an ad-
dress on the Supervision by the Princi-
pal in the Graded School.
The Southern Business College opened
up Monday after a few days Christmas. i
Quite a number of the students re-
mained in the city for the holidays.
January 4th is the regular winter open-
ing and quite a number of new students
expected to arrive on that date.

Mrs. and Mrs. W. B. Lewis, of Ty-
garts Valley, Ky., arrived here Mon-
day and will be the guests of Mrs.
Lewis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Ingersoll the remainder of the winter.
They are regular winter visitors here
and are very much in love with Florida.
If it is cleaning, pre-ing or dying
you want done just call at the Star
Tailor Shop. We call for ard deliver
work and guarantee it. We give spe-
cia! attention to ladies' work, and do
it neatly and up-to-date and deliver it
on time. We can press your suit any:
time you call. Phone No. 228. We

the guest of his sister, Mrs. Dr. C. S.
Brown. Rev. York goes to Inverness
this year, and the Democrat congrat-
ulates the people of that town upon
their good fortune in having this good
and able man as a citizen and pastor,
and Rev. York will find his work there
pleasant and easy, as there is no bet-
ter people on earth, taking them as a
whole, than the people of Inverness
and Citrus county.

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STATE OxUrY AM n alrr MWIwrf

Master Daw Groover, who is atted-
ing the St Mary's Academy at Bell-
moat, N. C., is at home for the hoi-
days visiting his parent, Mr. and M
E. B. Groover. After months of hard
study in the Academy he is euOyin
his vacation. Drew has grown to be
such a great big, maly fellow that
those of us whoknew him as a little
boy, can hardly believe our own eyes
when we see him.

Regulates the bowels, promotes
easy natural movements, cures con-
stipation Doan's Regulets. Ask
your druggist for them. 25 cents a
box. 7

Have you tried Suwannee Witch
Hazel Soap? Suwannee Drug Co.

Thermos Bottles. Suwannee Drug

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suited. Suwannaaee Dnq
Genuine Imported Cfto Ow
Suwannee Drug Co.




On January Ist we will discontinue handling Shoes and instead wl crr 8

complete line of Millinery.

W. B. Harvard wil open a first-class Shoe SSrn td

buildingoccupiedby s. Lawyer. On account of these changes we wie reduc i

price on our Shoes, and close out our line of

stocked on Ladies' and Children's

One Special
Long Coats,
up to $6.00,

Coats, we will

Lot of Ladies'
worth 3.
at $3.00

25 Ladies' Long
many colors; worth
up to $8.50, at



Children's Coats reduced

Excellent values at from

$1.50 to $5.00,

Boys' Clothing at first coast.


close out the stock regard ofd -.

Just received, 100 bolts

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uuqftm -um wm uil take arnag
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-b M sp A & t=ret to the ge ePro
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of ii JIb Imuuo.. thau eat to
>U.Ne str W ed O .oth a ald stret
S0 i to dohetLa ue the govenor
dotb b "eet ml gu wi* joi the pre om.
I" is w w orWItbe r ibo tr ecadito rounds,
L"AL -tt em w i tW m" b iA ore tand theme

"IM I ft= c- Att aur
eMs a 6. I i mAdMm r toite wed hi iofthe
intopft 1. PaiR1,wereo the gpoveror
I m -- i mlU ll r mial euntol the
at W W e sinr VIWrafter Whihthe
MIf -ald p- earty W orw na capitol buit.h
SM a* ejobsn* mpL at 12 o' lock the govern
-w il tar oiert ahestb the o a trhe
-o fte *w pletmor m ted -sat e th at ren trac
,toa the caot.
Sap- Wl- ta my will be detailed to keeLp the
a trae to the Igroundse d building
Ib o hmy. Sm boremfto cr owunti tthe arrange.
at e I armeull ootMPleted.
SIb e RThe order aof the civic procession will
f 2 L / I y.o ever beaunfollows:
*AM& CLf~ tf Manbak
I overnor and governor-elect.
I m ui hdeee. Lea ofM the families of the gover-
ft bCam Fancy nora&dWgoveno-elect.
GOawk Ex-gvernors and ex-justices uf the
L g. aCabinet officers and wives.
b Ifta fCty. Supreme court justices and wives.
plWrlm We ymh. ac Sor chemist, stateauditor, assist-
0% W b& M of crwn ant state anditor, state geologist and
Mm i a iI .Msier as perfect w1d$-
Reprem tativeo of the pre.., mayor

& M., J tin Foster.

S. H. ETTER. Thr will be dress parade and a re-
.view of the military from the stand
J. F. WRITE. jut etat of the capitol grounds on
SsrI JCuoO*vil. IMooe strt at 3:30 .m.
SSI The reception will b. held in the ex-
o JlSi-m Fi.. Dec. S. 1ss.W ecutive office, commening at 8:3& p.m.,
IL T. A.i. m L, and will eootinue until 10:30 o'clock.
Mi r.-1 wrL you did for my Muic will be furnished during the r-
-IItiu w a* U tfft o M mate ad houte of repreenta-
a ato y@N cYle nd for it, and tive will be ueNd for the inaugural
S Inw p wm e ot reason ball, which will commence at 11 p. m.
Sli W I M mot bhve procuWd .
bow lI "ad doube the pnice
aN1 supw &0 and clean aad
-,. -_ vw i; as a be apreci-
1 gb* uve iydtu aat everyv op-

C4eMiD "utrmft .I A
AWM MWW Chwtr. 1 Good jUdge
jL wmt60LM. Lr*C. l' t l* Il
o f I i ver much p~sda r om nd
goftwrk."*did f (r e ** ft ioom *a of the dmntalA ABA
40W. 1 dt s 4C my work from time NOw
PSoaI bkev a hWd it not benI
"'"-'"'- URIriNT
A f -a3y nl*ted in such rr POSIIVELY CURBS
S-- Olter would profit by se- llMe, 9 Cva, our"
*Mwea M- Corrm
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Very truly yours. it Pll lio.
.ANLi COOPER n w w-iLu -, .,ui


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This will be one of the Biggest Gala W bI 0
New Features. Some of the at actio are W is
a company of 25 colored actors all a eatuW real l
way of a MinstrelShow. Thisisjust one o t6e B% Sl




Next, with all New Pictures-$20.000 woth d B k Be&
shown in Moving Pictur

The Biggest Tent on the Ror of a Shnor EibI


One of the Greatest Hypnotic Acts Ever Exhi6 L e
Amerimcan Puic

PRO!. ADAMS, With His Den odf rko
From Foreign LUr2.
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PROF. SELZER. on the High Wire. riding a %Whfl in twr m, !,
high-an act that has never been duplicald ik an ,
Then SPEEDY, the High Diver. will make l h t 1 ii

Remember the Merry-Go-Round for the Cthidnr rt
the idol of their hea.rts. And the Ferris! Whwi
to ride high in the air.


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Be. teNeNw Year with a deteto
A ne R em hailed Iany people to wSoim
There is no better the to bem; no better pWf to
Southern Opportumtyislkkingatyordow,cinygP
K. M. C L A Y T 0 N Pr e I cdf *
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It I a mIuaa ierio arrive atinme
facts the case, a it appears that A
there were noeye witness. The young
mo have not been on guod terms for C
uatime, it being alleged that they
had fallen out with one another over a
young woman living in one of the
l as ia tim tlerin district Din- E
"' frimds chim that Crosby had D B I
eom thrwbed his life.
So far u Te Thime has been able to
lean Dnkins was at the house in ques-
tion Thursday night and was found
there by Crosby, when the trouble be-
twrn them was renewed. Crosby left 4
the place and came back up town to get WIU LJ*I d'j FU G
anuo erto arrest Dinkins, and was W U l O Wi
Fe6ompanied back by Officer Jacobs,
who went in the house and told Din- oWl K,,if,
kins his errand, Crosby remaining out nIIW IwU IC ,
in they yd. ,
Officer Jacobs states that Dinkins
told him he would give bond for his ap-
perace, but did not have the money The well known Eye Specialist of
with him and would have to come to
town to getit. He started out ahead O ak F i
of the officer, and as he reached the L vGe O ak Firs
the steps the people in the house heard
four or five shots fired in rapid succes- He will remain one day only, and
eion, and the officer ran through the
door to find Dinkins in the act of fall- Suwal
ing. Crosby was standing just inside Dr. Armstrong specializes on all 1
the yard, with his pistol in his hand. per cent. of Nervous and Chronic trouble
Dinkins was assisted into the house of any organ in the body can, through t
and Dr. Wilson summoned to attend Nervousness, Headache or any Chronic
him. The doctor found a bullet hole help you. He is a graduate of three of
through his right lung, one elbow shat- years an understudy of one of our leadi
tered by another shot, and a flesh leading Oculists in the State.
wound in one of his thighs. Dinkins
was carried to the Union Hospital and Dm
his wounds treated. The shot through
the lung is the only really dangerous
wound, but it is an extremely serious
me, and the physicians at the hospital
yesterday considered his chances for 1 Every Mother L]
recovery exceedingly small. He rested is or should be worried when the little
very well last night, and this morning, ones have a cough or cold. It may lead
however, and unless complications set:
inhemaygetwell. to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia-
Yon e then to something more serious. Bal- No
Young Crosby, whose mother lives at red's Horehound Syrup will cure the
Waycross, has been living in Valdosta trouble at once and prevent any corn t
for seven or eight months, working as plication. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co. Dow
night operator for a portion of the time, th h
and in the ticket office of the Atlantic Sid Hinely left the first of the week CU
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toast Line. ne stanas well witn nls for Tennessee and Kentucky to buy a
employers and co-workers in the office. j couple of carloads of horses and mules
Aside from the assertion that he shot for his company, the Hinely-Stephens
Dinkins in self-defense, he declines to Co.
discuss the affair. He was carried to
the county jail by Officer Jacobs where Good for cuts, burns, bruises and
he will be kept until the result of Din- .scratches, but especially recommended

kins' wounds is known.
It is not known whether Dinkins had
a pistol or not, as in the excitement at-
tending the shooting he was not
searched. Crosby used an automatic
revolver and fired five shots, three of
them hitting Dinkins.-Valdosta Times,
Dec. 26.
This sad tragedy is deplored by the
friends of both the young men in this
city, where they resided at one time.
Henry Dinkins, it will be remembered,
was for two seasons connected with the
Live Oak base ball team, and made this
city his home or headquarters for more
than one year, while Jack Crosby for
a time held a position in the Seaboard
freight office, and afterwards worked
for the L. 0. P. & G. railroad com-
Scientific Spanking
consists in punishment only when a
child is actually bad. Some mothers
think that all crying is badness; it's
not. When your baby cries, look for

for piles-l)eWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve. Sold by Live Oak Drug Co.


Health is Worth Saving, and Some
Live Oak People Know How
to Save It.
Many Live Oak people take their
lives in their hands by neglecting
the kidneys 'when they know these
organs need help. Sick kidneys are
responsible for a vast amount of suf-
fering and ill health, but there is no
need to suffer nor to remain in
danger when all diseases and aches
and pains due to weak kidneys can
be quickly and permanently cured
by the use of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Here is a Live Oak citizen's recom-
T. J. Lyle, watchmaker. Howard
street, Live Oak, Fla., says: "Mrs.
Lyle had been in poor health for
some time. She complains a great
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Armstrong Co.,



No. 9 Laura Street, Jacksonville, will make a profewimoi vit b

;t Thursday in February

can be seen at
nnee Hotel. February 4th
Eye trouble and Reflex trouble. It is an established fact that a
Ies are caused by latent eye strain. We all know that a deIl(-l
he sympathetic system, derange the whole body. If you are n ublo 1
troubles, see Dr. Armstrong. He has cured a great nDvabr mI M
the leading colleges in Opthalmology in America, and for a -a= r d
ng Southern Oculists, and now has amociated with him m eo t

ber, One Day Only

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cemberU 1AIM
NOTICE. Notice a bh bj S9 1 [
itice is hereby given by the undersigned tht Dance, dr UWi
have this day filed in the office of the Clec FebrkUn 12 DII
e Circuit Court of Suwannee County. FIler. h A kv
a proposed Charter of the Union Church f
ling Park. a Corporation not for profit. oa U1n r f
law of Florida. and will apply to the Homr- 8 rt -
B H. Palmer, Judge of the Thi Judie i d
uit of the State of Fl in ad for Swa. -
County, athi Chambers In Lake City. Colu.6 tioto maketI ml e
county Florida, or wherever his bhomnr stab)l ei b to IM 5
and be, on the 12th day of Janury. A A M W1a tft Ig *k 5
at 10 o'clock. m.. for hi aprm*al thera.
hechancterand obiecta of the Corpontib C0% M LtrLI Oakri Pbo 4
to hr to provide a place or places of worafs 1GI Ft- 19 Id
nd adjacent to Dowling Park. Suwans e-
ity, Florida, or for other lawful purps. @. y 0~-6
tobown, buy and .el. mortae and amwq q J. EL q U
estate and buildings for uBch church pir- J. W. 2- -0
Sand for the purpoM of the i a Bl t
ry, for libraries nd other public beneactia
toown. bay and mdel mortge and oav HJ. ,
estate for the purpose, of a cemetery. aIT a C M
l place for the dead and to own. buy andA d. fee paid.
gage and convey such properties and to ae -
any and all such religious and secular maet.
as may at any time hereafter be authoried Notie .r Ap tim t `i b
ry-law of the Corporation not in conflict with
twe dat 8.
comberr I1.19(Q,. S. P. HOLUNRAKE.
J.MK. EDSON, Jr. Not e mML b i k in S L
W. J. LEE rOthe Verminia df so-
A. J. TOOLE. funt undsr do 1o
A. PERT. 4t i ply bg epds a em a N

Sentur r*gbt, *b J b
under and by virtue of an execution imued out a& M ti nMM W
d under the hand and seal of Clerk Circuit I ,r0. a4uy i idf LI.
t in and for Suwannee county, Florida on rid to wt: w dN
at day of October. A. D. 1901. against H. C Se MV r as g o *t &
, for the sum of one hundred and rixty and Imps lS-1 andLUM& W
I dollar, I have levied upon and will in fnmat HARD & I& TLL
e court house door in the city of Live Oak. Soleters for G-rldma
minee county, Florida, on the 4th day ofd --
ary. A. D. 1909. during the lgal heun or
sell at public outcry to the highest bidder
ash, the following described re and pmoal Have iou negl. c Id oeur ltepe"
rty to-wit: Lot fourteen (14) in block elevene r
in the city of Live Oak. Florida. and oe two Have you overwork 'otr t w-
dwelling house and all fencing and out
e. Said property lying and being in Suwn-; system and causd troub. slth tpwe
county. Florida, or so much thereof as will
to mtifysaid execution, andall cost of Ne, kidneys and bladder' laver o P
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