Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00544
 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 8, 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: VID00544
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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S(ple WiW a gro man, wea amo mat o d voevd evev record
.rd to death the Dr. Palmb u Dl~ euty was A led for -reid
L-s ai atkra th Jtckso yet aey yin the lopce of the clerk of
llma Satd ay aght I t he eire it court, the same beiCg fa
lm | r6 na nrxpted pl ia thinee dititaet hstummts, oM a deed,
Ot d itsa to ocpy U ottin~ g another contract, and the third a
h h L The tI L privileh W u orft The deed wsm de byth
'lnkh fIkMlrbut he entered the shack Trutees of the Internal Improvemeat
a mway amd ade a fi the chimye Fund to Richard J. Bolle of New Me-
wa fa Ps The art Mo"rning a smail em ieo, and the number of areas of and
S withb l i la Mows. iPM di6mord deeded is 0,a6,57, mod at two dollars
ijll lA t, tI th th g 1d m-ur-nm e, ad peracre. The land will be paid for o,
NeueJ 9 t t loer a r the form f the inmtallmet plan the purchaer
Scet aI d the eo the S O; payinM $50.000, to be followed by anoth-
i 1 M the bers A corner', inet was held er paymet of $50,000 on the firt of
S, i~rwt Suady after and evma wi te l Jan y in each year from the first of
asmthi h i* am ed.id' ev ould be c t ob. Jan ry to te ame date in Ju-
S Nto be eqred.- tiMdd niity upWon = uary, 1914. A payment of $100,000 will
e. o -Nkham Trae Democrat become due on January st, 1915, ad
the balance in aual payments of
i tk s t the Whik 0 the A. C. L dock yester. $200,0 the last being due in 1918.
neesu l da, Frank L Shape, a tourist from The State is obligated to use half the
bt the Daware, 0.. found a pocketbook eon- amount received from the purchaser to
lb don to $ta 0g Soon afterwards he saw carry on the drainage work in the Ever-
.K t I f a d Wy and others looking carefully over glde's A mortgage deed in the sum
= I.tto-b. the dock for the lost pocketbook. Step- of $900,000 is held by the trustees as
dChadi im p up to the lady, Mr. Shape asked security for the payments as specified
1 i If her how much money was in the pock- in the contracts. The State obligates
l ll aptd etbook she had lot. She replied, itself to furnish dredges, defray all ex-
p .-k "'Three hundred dollars." Mr. Shape penses for operation of the dredges,
then tod her that he had found it, and and to construct as many canals in the
at once delivered the pocketbook intact Everglades as can be constructed with
Teachers Asse. to the owner. Did she hand Mr. Shape the $500,000, or half the amount re-
Sin s i lat a "twenty"? No, indeed! she didn't; ceived in payment for the land bought
fo the aig not that, but she handed him a lemon. by Mr. Bolles. It further agrees to
t, F. A..Hath- She did not even thank him for finding permanently lower the water in Lake
Wla Ida Pank- it, but turned away and got out of Okeechobee feur feet and the water on
,T. iamod; tria sight as soon as she could, leaving Mr. the surrounding lands three feet. The
t y. EC tive shape a much surprised young man, to State obligates itself to dig a series of
Ide L, Gu I. Met- ponder on "What might have been."- canals in order to reduce the water's
i, Pfb IW T. ID. St. Petersburg Independent. height.-Miami Metropolis.
mar e as the place -
ehjyear. a Fire early Saturday morning in A(T Q'ICKLY.
L Gainesville greatly damaged the large
(i l.zofbums, beg- two-story dwelling on the corner of iehl'y Has iPeen I)ancgerotus in Live
Shas begun. Liberty street and oak avenue, owned ()ak.
S t htribelhvealready by S. V. Duke and conducted as a Do :ht riglt thing at the right
o'tl of them appar-, boarding house by Mrs. Florence Ar- time.
Ia prn a living as nold. When the fire was discovered it Act quickly in times of danger.
Ithlkce, but the plea was well under way. Besides the loss Backath e is kidney danger.
I pl a pair colored to the owner of the building and to lDoan's Kid~iney Pills ac quickly.
-l represented by Mrs, Arnold some of the boarders had ('rre a dlistr,,.Mil dan. u,;:
eMely successful and their clothing consumed in the flames. kidney ills.
a the alms which Dr. W. A. Russell, of the Jasper Nor- Plenty of ,o ide.cei to i,:ov Llis
e. Every one of mal Institute, and who was president W. T. Imoii, retired. 14:;;: East
ibe investigated by of the Florida Teachers' Association Clintio! : Tl,ila.i. ;;.
j .and required to the past year, had a narrow escape "I v.w;i~ ;; i ;id ~, ; .-
al objects of from serious injury. He was stopping >ul: ; .'\ l a i:, ii
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Wood-working Machinery; all kii od
Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies.
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Live Oak, and we want the good-will,
best wishes and hearty co-operation of
every man, woman and child in the
At intervals during the club year we
shall have open meetings to which the
the public is invited, and we trust that

m I VW anW wanr m pprmi all our friends will avail themselves of
ts tL"I sm ten to tbhemaM theopportunity to see and hear the
hbl l Wit's Club in the ret beautiful, sweet toned piano, of which
P ,n ,e1 .b arge fmaOrity o we ae a justly prod. It was placed
"int*YW d rogd rwas in the library last Saturday in time for
--a-tm ?uwdw tk we- the Wr lar club meeting that after-
So S oon. The library is open to the public
lf .Aw 4m W m00 fei -'every Tueday and Friday and we shall
Sbe more than glad to have our friends
ldoBothfam the country all on those days.
To yoq, Mr. McCormack, and to your
w X u" 'm mba' employees, we wish to express sincere
m s tm o easily r o how appreciation, as the extra work which
44e to its" ted Miend.L thecontest involved must have been
U 9iM r without any reaoM very arduous. In behalf of the Wom-
aUm pWa l pib~pl many me an's Club of Live Oak, I wish you and
w4 VM a opposed to the all our friends a happy and prosperous
WNi 'ls Ri we much regret New Year.
the d atasiam which pre- MRS. RICHARD P. HOPKINS,
l pi ms. On the other hand it President Woman's Club.
wm a sa of eat plemure to re-
M s wome living in theMoey i Farming.
$o muMw thousands of votesey in armg.
a t for Mim Porter, because With eggs at forty cents a dozen and
the efforts of the "Rest first-class homemade butter bringing
is always open for them the same money per pound, as has been
a' Club. A gentleman, the case for some time in the vicinity of
may in the country, sent Tamp, there would seem to be uo rea-
of vots, because the piano son why a neat, compact, well-handled
be placed in thi public library, little suburban farm might not be made
tio n which he was deeply to pay. For items: Two hundred and
These letters were most odd hens, producing fifty per cent. of
and we felt that "the eggs daily, or eight dozen, or the equiv-
cast upon the waters" was in- talent in young chickens, is not a hard
Netmpmig to us. thing to bring about. Three Jersey
aour dire to make the Worn- cows producing a pound of butter each
an important factor in the per day are easily had. These cows
moral andcivic growth of and hens may be kept in the best of

My Young Sister"

items Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastmian, Miss., "took
Advice, which was, to take Cardui. She was
ying with me and was in terrible misery, but Car-
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condition ad up to the top notch of Toe Me Paee
production by a careful man and his You feel a if you had oe face too
careful wife, and the entire work only many when you have neu.ii d.o't
occupy about a half of their time. yoyu Save the face, umay ne it;
Ninety per cent. of the necessary feed but get get rid of the nemraia by ap-
may be produced on the farm. The plying Ballad's Snow Ument. Fot
grow revenue is pretty nearly all prot thing in the world for rimo t,
if the item of wages is not considered. n rlgi, burns, kc ats, s lame
The auxiliary gardening mayay y all backandallpains. Soldby Swannee
the expenses outside the cows and Drug Co.
chickens. The revenue from them may
be mnintined at about and above four FOR SALE-My farm cotaiag eighty
dollars a day, to be applied as the wa- acres, one and a half mile frm Live
ges of the enterprising and indotri Oak, all under good fence ad altiv-
couple. Allowing for all reasonable tion, two sets houses, out-bildigs,
contingencies and drawbacks, loss of plenty good water, gas en~ie tak
time, hired help, etc., it is a pretty piping etc. Also all stock, wago,
safe estimate that a thousand dollars buggies, and farmingtools. Must besoi
of practical net money may be had at once. A bargain for some oe-eall
from a ten, fifteen or twenty-acre on or write W. W. Hawkins, Live Oak,
farm, stocked on or slightly above the Florid dee4-tif
scale noted.
This is a paper estimate, but the only
unsound spot in it is made by the fact
that eggs do not always bring forty
cents a dozen. But they are never be-
low twenty, and generally may be said
to average thirty in the Tampa market
the year round. It is perfectly clear **% 'S t
that an industrious man and wife may bls udr nmimke
clear up from seven hundred to a thou- t u ; ou 0mftsnl r
W" *olq &Ac am endpt ow
sand dollars a year without overwork- .rni a-r. Itsswto adnmlse
ury wIof we V%. Fa as r"a.
ing or overworrying. Do you know uWa.w. on as .d A.nl A
any people who are doing better in rrt
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salaried positions or out of business in a 46, ma n
small way? Besides, the people on a
small farm live at home, board at the
same place and are not tempted into
extravagances that waste the money.
-Tampa Times. i 1

Railroad Construction in the South
Last Year.
The Manufacturers' Record in its last
issue says:
"The total n of miles ,f rail
ioad constructed 1 ,S, including
Missouri and Okla in the South;
was l,76u miles. 'ear before there
were over 3,300 i: built. In the'
South proper thaVt leavingg out Ok-
lahuma and Missouri here \\,erc 1,-
652 miles built in l!A ie year before:
over 2,9S7. This is the lowest record
of new construction in the South for
many years, but the prospect fr this
year is that 3,256' miles will be con-
structed, although this may be exceed-
ed if more encouragement is given to,
the building of railroads. The ar.ount
of construction by the big railroad cor-
porations was extraordinarily small.
Several of them reported no building
at all, while those which did anything
accomplished nothing more than the
fulfillment or partial fulfillment of work
alrpeiv nndAritqln "



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out of the system thrcung a copious
and healthy act:on of the bowels.
Relieves Co2,hs by cleansing and
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bronchial tubes.

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te last setih of the State ad t F r t r Govdran of
hicras ts ad i st of torinda is i by mye aud abe
ki f(-B t e nabtor ft l1a-vesb Ta heu s With tlean knit
tM d Otlaitaer inP to sw rM sctaoueaemi.e e ttH e o ths
t l desr hear.sk and esc idt a ea ootise fIthe
tt*tin ofhisolre, but rw that hemis
He has bs for the greatdervpt of ilu s i iteee ep n us
I ito a citroengofeMtidr andaiqisuc- for thepec goodwill he cbiefy t
asofl kawywds of aFrj d r 1 vn- d wabredm-Canhd s t rgalyfor-
ift" In Jawpereof ariae be fnry gottesbya gra erous peopee If him
S" iM a smaa twice elected greateraiage shMedu igh the e lth
aWd was twice State's attorney by apb s wn dathii doa ; if it e sureeed
rpointaet on the reoesnmote dstio of a he most be given ti redta it for his
k rge iM ty of the lawyers of this cou eou btitiative mn the e of
taiL He htisit adto we that elad pa illa amn ith e him B wtio n
So the adoption of the primary sytem w h wIillt coe tit rM to a ful
he was maniboualy chosen for a third page in the history of Flora.

Without seeking re-election. His re- The Havana News puts the argument
ord as State's attorney was a strong for prohibition stroagly nd in a not-
SMe and eatinry reditahle to him a shell when it says:
capae and conscientious public ser- "Sufficient booze Ims been shipped in
a vent A marked tribute to his char- this wrek to cause some comment, but
cter a a man and lawyer ws his that is tobe expete at this sea.M
r ectio as the first president of the ar If there is any consolation to be derived
I adestiom of the Third judicial circuit from this fat at all it is that eve
Col Roberso has an extensive pr twice this amount shipped in would not
tie@ in both the State and Federal be halfso adroas an open alo
courtA and in the course of his lng ex- No law is a complete cure or preve-
Speriepce at the bar and duties inident tive for a widespread, deeply-rooted
r t to his pfesion he has developed evil, for its enforcement depends upon
I into a strong debater and acquired a imperfect human agencies, but if the
good knowledge of parliamentary law. best practicable enforcement succeeds
S e is a man of fine presence, thought- in mterially reducing the evilthe law
Sful and cosevative, and like Davy is fully justified as measure for the
i Crockett, he first makes sure he is public benefit and safety. The prohi-
t right and then goes ahead. He would bition law does that much good un-
r preside over the house at Tallahassee doubtedly. The occasional express
Swith impartiality and justiceto all ad package is an evil o small proportions
1 his administration otf the office would compared to the ever-present tempta-
'd e marked by the absence of radicalism tion of the open saloon.

of and an earnest desire to do right in ev- -o tion do tha on sa
1 ery ruling that he made. His private
life andrelationsas a citizen in this In view of the recent decision of the
d community are most exemplary and supreme court of Florida declaring un-
are an ample guaranty of the moral at- constitutional the act of the legislature
mosphere that would surround the granting State aid toourgradedschools
speaker'soffice in the event of his the Jasper News is strictly in order
le election. when it says, "But in the light of the
l CoL Roberson is fitted in every way decision we naturally inquire, of what
*- for the place, and as a Suwannee coun. use is a judiciary committee in the leg-
as ty representative has never yet been islative proceedings anyway?" If the
by honored with this office, our people law is a science and lawyers are scien-
st- think that they are entitled to recog- tists, why didn't the lawyers of the ju-
d nition this time when they present diciary committee know that this act
ot capable a candidate as our stalwart submitted to them before its passage,
he representative-elect. was unconstitutional and so declare it,
at thus preventing all this mess that has
S OUR NEW GOVERNOR. resulted from somebody's neglect of
Wg R duty or unfitness to discharge that du-
it. Governor Gilchrist assumes the du- ty? Probably the answer is, that there
at ties of his office under fortunate aus- are lawyers and lawyers.
the pices. Fortunate because he comes in -
red with the cordial respect and good will ......... .. ..... ... ...
ste of all the people of all classes in Flor- ,
rnl ida and with the handicap of no faction j 0e 0orida reSS
ite upon him to breed for him an abundant "

rest crop of enemies right from the start. NO PLUMS JUST YET.
dim His personality is a strong one with It is announced that Governor Gil
the nothing spectacular about it and he is chart has consented to permit all the
er- rich in the saving common sense and appointees to serve out the full tern
quiet force of character without which for which they were appointed. This
no man can succeed in an executive po- being true there will be no very juic!
for- sition. In temperament, experience, plums to drop before the latter part o
teel native capacity and high purpose to do Governor Gilchrist's term. Good fo
rom his duty our new governor is all that the office-holders, but oh, so hard, oi
Min the people desire and there is no cloud the army of those who were waiting
tea- upon the horizon of his official future, for the new governor to take hold o
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ns, and you aVC InVIted t

of them,

CAEY A. HA t, Peau

L. L3NNK *iM

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house would sell gloves at a special
price, while another would offer br-
gains in dress goods One ardwar
merchant would reduce the price a
stove. Every line of burines was
represented and care was take that
no conflict occurred. Pries were the
offered to the farmer bringing the beat


to the aeIntbM uM

lmued with t60
tbem up with tths
the atity t d "1th
Thw ifaso s h4S
thus iWebted ba b" a"

load of grain or the handsomert baby menaurate with the mali
and the bargain day was extensively ease an the pradkce by i
advertised in the surrounding country, school boaru tho is
the names of the merchants and their most rigid economy. D3 t
special sales being in all cases stated. of the decision we M I*
The farmers responded in a most grat- of what use is a "Juadi y
ifying manner anO the merchants were tee" in the legislative puf
well pleased with the plan.-Starke anyway?-Jasper New.
HELFFUL TO FLORIDA BOYS. Christmas passed quetb i t I
That is at. excellent determination port from all parts of the e-a I
reached by the management of the it is, indeed gratifyit to Ila
State fair at Tampa. The sum of other towns d a!o.mmutid e
250 in cash prizes will be given to po- w c almost aso booe dri
pils of Florida high schools for agricul- at wa Acsh yar dk 1
tural exhibits, the product of their own hae had baol oti h A
labor. To Pro Ge Lge M. ILyn is m im t s
due the credit of having conceived this has w d stof L
idea and suggested it to the fair a&o- s IU d PSGt*e des j
ciatin. Theacresof Florki re rich have rstes- p to bo
with the rarest potentiality for the faset t liJhe
production of wealth fot those who will frm bher
and times oze
till the soil and there is no better di- ate the tn r ab
reaction toward which the minds of the I stances-u
boys of the State could turn when seek-
ing for future profitable employment-
Pensacola Journal.
It is made very clear by a letter of
SJohn LaFontisee who managed the
campaign of Governor Gilehrist, that
s that gentleman regards the prosecu-
ytion of the drainage of the Everglades I
f as a proposition fixed by a law enacted
I Ll1 .1 --A nA W M



&WaWtVA U I- .m. ...o p ........... YIS, L tram- the reins. -Manatee Kecorder.
the tariff under yelled by no embarrassing pledges, __
o longer needed, a with broad and definite convictions MUST KEEP UP THE SOIL.
himself in his witfkt bigotry on leading State issues No paper ever gave publicity to a
see it abated; but there is no reason in sight why his ad- more truthful expression than the fol-
wanted his opin- ministration should not run smoothly lowing from the DeFuniak Breeze:
a a proper way and give Florida four years of good, "There can be no real prosperity in
tie Government, clean government. The Democrat joins any section which lives by destroying
with virtuous in- with all the State press in extending that which nature has furnished and
of his own good wishes to Governor Gilchrist for does nothing to replace it."
come under his success as the official head of the And if the farmers of Leon and ad-
occasion like commonwealth. jacent counties meet true prosperity
bdaread and they mast place back in the soil the I
PFa4 aad Let us all turn a moment from the chemical properties obtained from it
the rtroget grewsome news of the sad old world by their crops.-Tallahassee True Dem-

by the legislature and no
t a matter

subjectt to the discretion of the execu-
tive. In this he is doubtless right tech-
nically, and not the less as a matter of
State policy. This paper has been con-
vinced that the drainage scheme should
be pushed at least far enough to test,
its value ;.nd that of the lands reclaimed
under it. Governor Gilchrist w ill moves
it along in conformity with the act of
the legislature, and the results in sight
justify it aL a good investment for the
people of the State.-Tampa Times.




The supreme court decided last week
that Chapter 5381, Laws of Florida,
which provides that every public school
which maintains an average attendance


0 no

tar that GW*ri 6
v ud va If~L
cared for th l th.

Mrs Uuaugsbm 4 l1t V.
pa, H. Mtu. vr~ ",.


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All who are addicted to the alco-
hol or drug habit, can save time and
money by consulting me. All corres-
pondence strictly confidential. Ad-
dres P. O. Box 223, Live Oak, Fla.tf
Schuyler Martin, of New York, is
now in town and is prepared to tune
for parties desiring his service.
may be sent by mail or to this

OLEN-From ornear my place, Dec.
25, one black pidedblue peckled hound.
Reward for return or information of
the where-abouts of dog. Address C.
H. Sistrunk, Welborn, Fla., R.F.D 2. It
Dr. Price returned this week from
New Orleans where he has been taking
a poet-graduate course in medicine, and
after a brief visit to Lake City will re-
sume the practice of his profession in
this city.
J. L Barnes, of O'Brien, accompany
ied by his accomplished daughter, Miss
Srth, the popular young lady who won
th second prize in the Democrat's
contest, were visitors to the city
kiday and Saturday.
Among the other changes of the new
year in the personnel of our business
huss we note that Walker Paine has
goe from Barclay & Groover to the
torida Book and News Co., and Ed
Young is now with Barclay & Groover.

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254- A ond 35c.

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On the Corner
SGenune Imported Castile Soap.
Suwannee Drug Co.
C. Fielding, one of Welborn's re-
liable citizens, ws among the business
vision here Mondiy and remembered
the Democrat in a substantial way.
P. D. Claridy, one of the Democrat's
oldfriends ad subscribers, was into
ee Monday and had his addrew
aged from Emerson to Lurarile.
Be rented his farm at Emerson and
has moved to Luravile.


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C. Ih mten, oN of Live Oak's
wl ham merchants, returned Tues-
d fhe a b aieu trip to Savanna
FOR SAr& -A nice cottage on easy
te* desirablet e&tity-oe in, with
er ametkr and electric lights.
Apta tahh offee.
Partke's "Lucky Curve" Pens.
Yoe may return or exchange them
Within tea days if not perfectly
slIted. Suwannee Drug Co.
Mr. Alke Armstrong and son Eu-
a returned Saturday from Oeala
wee they were the guests of Mrs.
Anmrm u's sister, Mrs. Nettie Bishop.
LOST-Unmedorsed check for $t.00,
papabe to myself; worthless to any
e else. Return to B. Lucas, Jr.,
8lbolard freight office and receive re-
waid. jan-12t
LW -O Sunday, gold brooch with
stoe sett*igs between J. L Edwards'
homa d te Bast church. Reward
foe retrai of brooch to the Demo-
crat oAfe.

Wi M smo. I IJ
atu Jafc! vlr

IB mifrltar Ir ht oM b t At,
beta witt erri r Mt mN NiP.,
is expected hem t weEd
Ed Pter wf up-t, Atoauta the
ints ti he w to vbitw l wiff
is there under medial tratmat dfa
speia L '
Mrs. G. H. Dav and chldneaha
returned rom Abbevie G, where
Mr. IDisu w caIOd to the behid of
her father who was seriousy lL
HoL. W. R Doaaa, of BHost
was amongthe number from Suama-
nee county who attaded the imarm-
tio of Govruor Giebrist at Tailahe
ee on Tueday.

The Stork paid a visit to Dowling
Park Thursday night of last wek and
left fie boy at the home of Ir. and
and Mn R. L Dowlig. he young
gentleman tipped the scales at 10 bs.
Mrs. L G. Council, and two daght
er, of Americ Ga., are in the city
the guestsof Mrs. Council's parent
Mr. and Mrs. N. HUldr Sr., and
will spend the remainder of the winter

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Cawk h ad D us fim B u.


Prof. J. E LW0d4 wbetm it
be COanaty S-0l of
intrumctima ez~kad Umbyi vi~ r
law AfesIntis city A rd padin 1
EugemJoAMB hu Mmo bk ow
besbsopfNom the hU N '
the SuwmeDag Co9, te ooTwb
buildinht ere b wil be pph i%
We himi d etmslclL & CA

VWA 1 -pmp ~44 W sa U1 w as cc UM L WURPWA
t Monday andto deposit the cash to S. J. Higi and G. W. Fletcher,
extend her subscription one year. two good citizens of Welborn, were in W. W. Hawking whe, e ta od 4
extend her subscriLive Oak Monday on busin They e crk f the cimib eout t
Joe McAlpin has returned from Tam- were callers at the Democrat office and red expired Moday, ha acc t de i sJ
pa, where he has been for the past six Mr. Higgins renewed his subscription position with Mr. Bryso in t he -O N*
months, and has accepted a position to the Democrat of the clerk of the iruit court.
with the Troy Steam Laundry. Joe
aysw T rampa is aligt andr. a h lin D. 0. Henry on Monday purchased C. S. Barrett, pesidet of ti he N
says Tampa Is allright and a hustling
city, but he prefers to live in Live Oak, the Owen Byrd dwell on WestDuvl tional armer' Uni wil attmen t
and that he is here to stay. street. We did not learn the onsid- State meeting of the FIarmm' Uu Afttt
eration. This is a neat and desirable to be heldin this city on Jamuary Mr,
The Democrat was in error last week property and is situated in one of the and will deliver an addre. He
in stating that the funeral of MrsaB. best residential parts of the city. one of this country's ablest -
F. Umstead was preached by Rev. on matters pertaming to benefitsto
John Wray of this city. The funeral was J. B. Home, editor and proprietor of be derived from organization.
preached by Rey. Rape, former pastor the Mayo Free Press, was among the tls
of the Pine Grove Methodist church, of prominent visitors here Saturday. Mr. Entered the Southern Businees Col M. lhl
which Mrs. B. F. Umstead was a mem- Horne looks hale, hearty and prosper- lege Monday, January 4th, were the all her
her. ous. He said Mayo was steadily grow- following: Miss Ada May Roberom, mi
ing, and that another handsome new city; Messrs C. C. Smith, Newberry, him. W
Miss Janie McGehee returned to her brick business block was soon to go up Fla.; Robt. Hawkins, Welbrn; Edgar age ow6r
home in Jacksonville Sunday after a there. Peterson, Bradford. More are to come maybe
delightful visit of several days in Live inlater in the week. The new year shmr
Oak with her young lady friends. Mi s The Ladies' Emporium is having the biJs fair to be the best the "Southern"
Janie is a general favorite in the city. interior of their store remodeled and has ever experience.
her old home, and her visits here are arranged for the reception of their
are always a source of pleasure to her stock of millinery goods. They have R. H. Carver, of Welborn, one of the' M
lar, e number of friends. bought a handsome line of milinery and members of the board of public instru e- y
Secured the services of Miss Douglas, tion whose term of office expired Mor- to
Prospects for a good spring business:
for ve Ok merchants a re bright i of Atlanta, an experienced milllinmr, day, was here on that day to attend the
nouh, prov g t do t p L O m ar bigt who will have charge of that depart- last meeting of the old board. He paid
enough, pring their y do toeir part in ment. The stock of shoes has been this office a visit and renewed his sub- of te '
advertising their goodis to stimulate a d ashi r
trade and ring thebers to our city. sold to the new shoe store to be opened scription. Mr. Carver made a good, W
trae an d brg the byers tr-o our cit about January 15th in the store build- faithful and efficient member of the, t
The man whs does not trv- oes not Cnrsby ib
Te n hs d n t st ing recently vacated by Mrs. Lawler, board. He believes in good, comfort- i
advertise in this day and time must and this, with other changes to be able school buildings, and as an official the:Lie Oak,. M
necessarily expect to have du ties at, Alton, sad
necessarily e t to he ul i e in the Ladies' Emporium, will! did his full duty, as he saw it, in giving, Altor, Ad ] m
this spring. give them ample room for their new: every section of the county equal edu- daoughr o K,
Dr. Armstrong, the well known Jack- line of goods. national advantages. foreman for thel
sonville specialist, will make h~ net place. Mr. and
professional visit tc Live Oak Fet. 4; I NU ...........|||.......Il| >| theirfuturw ao t M:
office, Hotel Suwannee. The Doctor """*
Shas been very successful in overcoming T C B. S. rOWS*
all forms of eye troubles, also the T0 i
straightening of cross eyes without AI
Knife. Hereafter the Doctor will make S i
visits every four months.
If it is cleaning, I.r.ssing or dying Fancy groceries
you want done just ca'l at the Star
Tailor Shop. We call fur ,nd deliver: BUKWHEAT -
work and guarantee it. We give spe- FRUITS i
cial attention to lad:.X-' \-,,ik. and do : CIGARS
it neatly and up-lu-ldL: aid, ',iver it RALSTON FOOD
on time. We can i,ress yv,ur suit an' .
time you call. Phone V1. 2.S. Wem
are on Pine street :.t Sar Tailorini
Shop. Zac TavLur ,iG. 'T. W. Fan- Miss Hallie Mardre bIgan a steno- J. L. Edwards, who has been con-
,nit. tf graphic course with the Southern Bus- nected with the Worth Stephens Co.,
iness College Tuesday. We are glad for several years, and who has hadd '
Calvin Sistrunk. who liv.s in the to know the Southern is progressing so charge of the grocery department ,I' ke over 9
White school' house ntighborh<,od, was nicely and expect to see it soon be one that store, has resigned hs pefitioni ttiy baa
in Live OP. Monday ovn business, and of the largest business colleges in the and will move with his family to Jack-
while ir, the city made the Democrat a State. sonville where he has accepted a posi- ijn
visit and renewed his subscription for tion as assistant manager o. the Bohen T
another 'ear. Mr. Sistrunk lost a very W. H. Goodbread has moved back to (Grocer to. Mr. Edwards is a fine1
fine fox hand a few days ago. It Live Oak from Madison, and is here business man, and one of the best sales- JOr
strayed or was stolen from his place, with his family to stay this time, and men in the country. r'nmpt, cour- tT NA
and he is very anxious to recover the the Democrat, on behalf of the good teous, always pleasant and obiiging, and ]
dog. See his advertisement elsewhere people of Live Oak, extends to him a gentleman at all times. T %e Demo- d TTl
in today's paper. and his excellent family a hearty wel- erat is sorry, indeed, tha" r. and Mrs.
come. W. H. is one of the best known Edwards are to leave us. There are no
A. W. McLeran, of Welborn, accom- contractors and builders in this section better friends, neighbors and citizens
pained by his son, one of that town's of Florida and built a number of the to be found. The Bohen Grocery Comn-
best citizens and a leading merchant handsome and modern homes in this pany are to ic congratulated on secur-
and cotton buyer of this county, was !city. ing the service of Mr. Edwards. They
in the city one day last week. He ,, .


|Bellthe Edison Pho-
pgraphs and Records
SmUet pafeft mound-producing machines.
7b Em fik om;tm invenfim wh-;,- enn

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Mr. Thompon, for a long time con-
nected with the Mayo Free Press, has
resigned and was in the city a few
hour Sunday en route to Coco, on the
East Coast, where he has accepted a
position on the News of that town.
Miss Emma Parahley. whoowns some
very valuable property in this city, and
who recently had built a block of brick
store and office buildings opposite the
\ourt hmknei wa in tn oea the TDm-I



i MrJoQm T. awi, state ia et or
m*VUin waeu Oas yesteay. He
Sabe CM apre ort, ^ weut to we beem at Me BlUf to fix
up his 64 reports aad aeO'imts Wad
1b t1o#b chool interests ofill i n y ior T&68hae
ai which it will take the i i Taase
1 rtte lBmy yas to recover. ceremo~nes of Governor Gilebrist
S t foond Suprintendent Mr. Lewis i just bek from the
BAln Mmuydisrrnch esed on ac, Everglad where he was with Govr-
a. a i thedecision, s he is more eaorrowards party, inspecting the
ieret)diamt heachoolnterert proprs of the drainage, now nicely
a.ii r te tn wany other ma. under y. He say that two canal
iadderstheopinionfair-ching a betg and one has gone a dis-
is ib It While the Court conw&d-
dic rom thne of about twelve miles in the di-
^ dt oy chapter, 5381, from th reeton of Lake Okeechobee from Fort
I *yiad yeteve y reaso Lardan e, and the other eight miles.
Bta o to ebtAah the "nuhctuti on- The c sare ten feet in depth ad
j glt tal tb chapter eems to apply feetnwidt On the tenth of
SwI b ai t he fLO chapter 538 January another dredge will be put to ;
Sa"lil,~nm wna o attherj5ni6 wor radkonthenorth fork of the Miami 1
-lf ela ad to pter t river, ad on February tenth still an-
ofbyAptided for the rpproprtiae other on the south fork of said river. A
W by the Comptroller, on the After going west for a distance of
,I Iathspperty vaJwation of each tw tyve mile the dregee ill then
Ustsa. b d change heir course and meet each
Sto g aid shoee, d a n d other. By thisscheme a large are
b ttl e Khool ere, a will have bee drained, and it i be-
la a ptlee th e shool lived will be ready for cultivation.
wK ^. timh rere tam yrs ag. Mr. Lewis says that already one
bndue the teihers of thousandacres have been planted to
l lt1 t schoolwt.Intomatoeaon the reclaimed land; that
4 6A high school ac Ithey are growing fnely ad present as
i-. F-., ,",,"liml Ce b pretty a picture asthe bruh of an art-
ts, whic rhodra ve been ist ever painted He says that a large
Sthe C pt r on t acreage has also been planted in Iriah
potatoes, and they also present a beau-
MR"a in the trepry tif-n picture.
t L ^pa The aggrgate Mr. Lewis says that a number of
three ae the o capitalists, engineers and solid business
& & a Aanomen forced a part of the governor's
^ party, and 4l were delighted with the
:" i rb I mms t is lot to the
_li b~ll l ac to u country and are optimistic in their talk
: e airethsr wi th e f16,000 of itc s future
e red by the r of Arailrod is already in cotemph-
Sb 'br tion across the Everglades and follow-
"-Mhe w stashing a system of highing its wake towns and cities will
A usebe wa eted u in 1908, and the
t spring into existence.-Ocala Banner.
^fci~:~"If,41fisr *b cot-og uIder the decision
e o/u. 1Si rt ere passed in 1906. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
it h IMms fom this decision
S f t ot tbhe to .o Have you neglected your Kidneys?
Mete is not able to appropri.
w l l W t3 the -, ooL e_ Have you overworked your nervous
'oy to t h)te school there
Sd a couty levy of 7 mills system and caused trouble with your
"Ru prpoe, and in addition to kidneys and bladder? Have you pain
t -, a levy o8 milBs may be a.e.sed in loins, side, back, grolns and blad-
in t a eal t School district, and der? Have you a fabby appearance
St arrangement it is posibl of the face, especially under the eyes?
rth hOs to be kept up to their Too frequent a desire to pass uline?
l a wpnn ts tandardwithout the aid given If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will
-thm B derchapters 581 and 567, but cure you-at druggists, price 50c.
t~sitoalb aio t of thehighchool is- Williams M'fg. Co., Props., Cleve-
Ste l a th e most serious blow to public land.'0. Suwannee Drug Co.
Alpnalain many years.
t 1 It may require a constitutional CONTRACT WITHOUT A PLANT
*memmfat to remedy the objection
pu iad emt ai the decision handeddown And Plant Without Contract as Status
by t Sareme Court of Florida State Printery.
SIf thbrcoUme is not taken it will Tallahassee, Jan. 2.-The case of the
Sbe ary for the legislature to en- Capital City Bank vs. the Capital Pub-
acta law providing that each county fishing Company and the Sun Publish-
hba l maintain one high school to be ing Company, is still in litigation, but
ported entirely out of the county several of its most important details
s~o ise. b fonds. This plan, however, have been materially altered by a new
S 1 w.a i would be far inferior to the State sys- decree of Judge Malone.
te k t since there would be no uniform- The office of receiver, recently be-
Bfcy d -if my ity of standard in the operation of such stowed upon James A. Ball, vice-presi.
Saschools.-Tallahassee True Democrat, dent of the Capital City Bank, was re-
St d evoked and Joseph A. Edmondson, attor-
i s. t reo. The least Man in Town ney at law, was made master of the

i Rn proured the one wLo always wears a frown, court and empowered to sell all the
idmUble te price'scross and disagreeable, and is short property of the publishing company
and sharp in his answers.Nine cases out that was included in the mortgage
e ean ndof ten it's not the poor fellow's fault; given to the Capital City Bank. Under
s b appreci- it's his liver and digestion that makes the first decree it was assumed that the
S, him feel so miserable; he can't help be- mortgage included, in addition to the
i at every op-ing so disagreeable. Are you in dan- salable portable property, the shares of
ger of getting into that condition? st!ck owned by Mr. 'laude L! L'Engle
en start at once taking Ballard's L'
F. WHITE, Herbine for your liver- the safe, sure president of the ('Capital Publishing
le, Fla. and reliable vegetable regulator. Sold Company, and the contract for State
by Suwannee Drug Co. printing, and Mr. Ball had appointed
A Mr. John G. Coliins as his agent to go
Board of Public Instruction Organized. i
S t Publlstruction l>rganize. on wih the business of printing the
ier. Te new board of public instruction public records; but this morning under
9 1908. was 6'anized Tuesday. The members the provisions of the new decree. Mr.
of the board, Chas. H. Brinson, W. L. L'Engle again took charge and Mr. Ball
pleased McInnis and W. H. Ogden were all and his agent retired.
Owing present, as was also the superintendent As far as can be understood. Ju'.ge
e dental of public instruction and secretary of Malone's decision leaves the bank in
from time the board, Prof. J. W. O'Hara. Upon possession of a printing outfit without
not been motion Chas. H. Brinson was elected a contract, and Mr. L Engle in posses-
meth- chairman, and Le will make a splendid sion of a contract without a plant.
to en- presiding officer. He has had experi-! The affair, to the public mind, seemsn
in such ence on the board heretofore and is well quite complicated, and a good deal ol
t by se- acquainted with the work. i feeling is manifested by the parties:
Very little business was transacted i most interested.
Sby the new board as the old board held I
iL. their last meeting on NMonday and Kodol digests all the food you eat
closed up the business for the year. It ,,,, uil ,,, ,,a c .. :,,. ;s-1...i,;,

Sa dis a Di

pm. --w

Can sell you a Good Set

Buggy Harness at




Live Oak Manllfturing Co
Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Eleotria
Lights, Power and Turpentine
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufacture.
ing purposes.
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have spe-
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.

We wilgive you good prices on low grade ceiling
flooring. Come and get our pris.


L r-e v......&
a iyte Gsldea CAQO
O 'P R RO(. ., 0only1
SSendud us F.S i :d 1 ra an-1 ship th "U*L
V tl. atretla.'l-t,-til tS for $7.9st )btMO
Sseat and b:'. rv.-.tl "rec-:ci i it e at top. Mad e ef
Si desired. You can sa-e lots of money by buyJg
f' / ; theL, ta t::at buys lumber ia u big Iktrakne 0l
Rocie. bat c:."s and se'!sthem ri.~ht hc-re hn tCe Southl a
,., wes':e-4-aving you heary freight charge and rrUetI
p n- pro't... Our big free ai se hos r ver di
i' l kinds of chairs for parlor, dining room, kitchen, pee,
$4.85 lawn, store, ofce--al sizes and style--all at loe mbte.
gain prices. Every chair guaranteed exactly asu epr
scented or vour money back. You take no risk what
ever. Mail postal today for catalogue sad spde
Christmas ,i.t. Means dollars in your pocket
II ill ur BIa
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Reliable lady agent to
handle high-class Medici-
nal Preparations, sells to

,women only.


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SAnnouncement to Cigar Delers

The latest news of Live Oak-th talk of the town-is the

The Best 5c Havana Smoker ever Manufactured Anywhere in the Contry '

been in the cigar business for a number of years in Tampa.
Do doubt our success will be great, as we tend to ma Live Oak our futur hom. We ao

attention to this fact: Our Due de Tampa Cigar will be made of the best arully selt to

SAnnWrite for Samples, Prices, Etc
The Live Oak newsofLveOl-tear Fact-st

N. SMITH, Proprietor
P. 0. BOX 242 LIVE OAK,

attain to All Communications can be made direct with the Live Oak e gar Factory. t*a o"
Sa y t o c Mail Orders will be promptly attended to. of a gd
N. SM.ITH, Proprietor

A rw ldhem toC onieet Miami nd Iseaed by the Florida Chair Factory. Executive Committee Calls State Con.: _ms
*. hl au Olpa Evergs T ofe has ust received one of vention in Live Oak for Jan. 22. OYINCE. i I
Tbs Mimi Metropolis publishes the the large handsome catalogues just is- The State Executive Committee of Notice is hereby ir that u e andbry ryfb t l2S S*
~ irteenstig news story: sued by the Florida Chair Factory, at the Farmers' Union held a session at tueofaflldeer in Chanc r ISS byHLo a
S"AirMtlproject wherein Miami is Jacksonville, Fla This catalogue is the Constantine hotel, this city, on Third Judidal Circuit of the Ster f Flrmda.tkI mml
Sa d to ure prominently has come very nicely gotten up with a cover in Wednesday, says the Tallahassee True- Z worSn tr S rwnthat asah a K Y
Sto ht today, this time from Philadel- orange and green, on the back of Democrat. dfe ants,~aedin Aid court m a ndL
1 1. A railroad across the Everglades which is shown a chair plant, which is A full board was present, consisting said defendant Walter J. Brrmo m ws diest b m-
eirthw.st to southeast, with Pen- another new plant that is growing very of J. A. Jackson, chairman, Jasper; E. tion ofi decree, themf tsm. ina. ~ Ak
ndl Miami as the beginning and rapidly in this state. This catalogue VonAxleson, Laurel Hill; W.H.Haynes, aftton ,fri u als aeot S *odt *ai cL
_dehmlt thro that th folbwa riedi .... ri 1 .

the road, is planned, accord- has been mailed to something like 10,- Alachua; J. L. Shepperd, Greensboro; should be so totUisfy id dcn rand whe l
Paper. 000 people in the state of Florida, but A. L. Buchanan, Sophchoppy. and direted to erut mid decree midt ne r
tR Wr. of this city, who has it should be in the hands of every fam- Several matters of minor importance berinag t bdaed, da Debari Sd r aS
t r the or several weeks, ily in this State. were tranacted. The principal busi- 1909 before the court hose door in the city of i flagel
Live Oak. in said county sad state durlar the ing d w
tobe the paper's inform- Illustrated in this catalogue are ness for consideration was the cotton leal hours of sal~ win ofer for a Ke.ad in te sibi e
A0. M. Prot has ne a great deal chairs of almost every grade, and some proposition. The secretary was in- thie ndrs ris rs rot. tfbin hr4c alaw r
SAimi on this trip, according to very beautiful designs. By buying structed to co-operate with the Tri- situtein mid=county of SuwnMe. mor o n.iml t1.1 t
thereof a my be eesary to satify said sum .
ltnports received here. First, he from the Chair Factory direct they State Union, composing South Carolina, of money dere tobepid ompkimatanthe I
Sto have a committee of view- claim to save you one-third on your Georgia and Florida, in themarketing of rir entire ctio o M I
San SE%4 of SW Ii. wot 15: retire sectm ILd 1
l Vif t Miami the last week in Je- purchases. of Sea Island cotton. While no official swM of section 24. N. SEX and N1 of SWX of
i action 25 in township 5, soth raW 14 est; -II
OlS. to selst a site for the federal In connection with their chairs the action was taken, the members of the sw and S s'iN of r ; etion 8 NW NOI .
W blgD. That information came from Chair Factory are offering as a pre- committee will individually do all in ao WX of N of scotio 2 S4 8%. NWf l Noe. is b g- a. g II
of SE hn NEe of Wle of section: 3 in town- f inA du sed n
ubigton by telegraph. mium for the month of January ahand- their power to urge a duty upon long ship. aouth rane r east: Wa of NEL of e- twn inat eCdr aStnrt li
*. tion 1, township 7 south, range 14 cat, Iot 6 of euit in and for Trm i eguo
"he next item of interest came some lady's desk. If you have not re- staple cotton. A request was made section 'r. SE, of section 31. EF and SJ of deeetdined DsceSmbwa II
4Ie the New York Times, telling of ceived this catalogue drop a postal card that all local unions send delegations to i of s ne .NW f action 34 in town- pendiill l ti
W.iOinobile speedway in Dade coun- to the Jacksonville Chair Factory, the State convention which meets in F. W. BUTLER. Ih ams ar d m at I Iwi
Sand the atet, railroad across the Jacksonville, Fla.. today and you will Live Oak on the 22d of Januar). Dated thigh 29th day of December, 19. cOm -. hou door tl Un m
des. Mr. Prout is now en receive it by return mail. dXECUTN f ; .d ri arty. li l thb a
C Nday Of F rthef loln T V
rtW home, according to the newspa- -- ERFEIT M P% te with authority to obtain a Trouble at a Funeral. Notice is hereby given that under and by vit e
iiFtti fr Fthe sat ellr aib aeqirte of the circuit Court for the Thi Judicial Cir- Fof the fwrt .Jifie Iover Says
r th.ste tndbai Trouble at a + funeral. mitat io)n of FElolla r si'r ertiti- x or offadu" OVer S
iie from the state and acquire During funeral services on Sundav, cate is fnl;it. .*uit in and for the county of Suwannee in pursu- SoIt rua twdI tteAUtm gien a i
nt ary inw ght of way for the road. December -. dp hrci anceof judgment rendered in said court in that H. CARTER. 4 f
Thinews be read with much intpd. December 2. alt (ouhope church, in Washington, I). ,.. Jar. coun- eran- cau wherein charlotte Trour Cor* omn CARTER.
read With much interest. what knon the ClVwood le panvy. acorporation organized under the laws of Cmplainant'sS
'Ywfw the project the Philadelphia CIn- ,ttle tnrfeit 5 slv, t certificate which made North Carniir;a. wa- ..iintir, arnd .E. Huro'and- -
"Of the project the Philadel )hia ment tw ,, ,. l ::, i :, 'i' l]'t. aor ',rant in. en t[ h t Ti- tr :;vr ani Ho.n & e b i D 'b! ADMI It h h j to o
Perys. i( a,,nn-an^.-ici in tr nicils, :;r na-,ii ant l::d- of Horn & Key i Ns-hbe,,
nm t c i )- A.a" A-. H- K-, :-r.. ,:'.ra;, nd n business a ADMINI
e Itt ,s a thp i ,., ,.,,-i hi it t h ,rh t a. a .: .r : dicu' ,vi. r x t- S ', S,' r,' .. ** .; ,I n a.,,j will I at a.otherr, .:rr wibu- l
-'A railroad across the Evtrgi;adte. t :dist 1' 's: .I... 1tKIItd ,i. honi:, I. wl ",id-r tr !h t other d*ia) l' "aI
If Fhri' which appheasret, ia .A a j, :. a r.:. 'd .a Odice We ,
Iuftt, but wa sidetracku'l Lv r;asn .- *-->. ":- i-. 1 f. t-n th,. bl~ rU

Sthe i n 'terminus a' :i r 1,

Sit Ws t to nothea,,, C.'- i
lir ely to b e a n a bs u r e d fl -:. 'L' ... i ... .'. ,' .-i". r l j :> : a '
i'hia, Pttburg ard New \h r ,, ... -n ,. ''t .-, -, .. I -.. t ; c-a,
It s'sid tq be back ,f a pruwtt .... ., ,- .+.
,ia' for its object the the ili:: :. -'- 't-. .-N,)te
throu i r c-nt ral' ii :. ,.. I .. .-,....
'yr' est to southeast, io;.,, .i: ; -i C' r
i:' .'u e,*;sern terminus a-; i,: :+- -'
8nc r irhe rn ga,,':,' .-


' ;
*-< !,*' r*
I. .

ha bue verylittle room
f LU Kth ifdiyouuve
csst by back of rol door
w tows a aiam -Jos can=t

S adware Co
h.,.. *.* V

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S4 od bklib instruction, district 1,
C. L Brim;distriet 2, W. H. Og-
da: dtrictt s W. L McInnis
Cd J. B. Joha n, oneofourJ est
Y kw ad mdat able men in this eon-
L t, wi again eprement s in the State
Y Od L E. Roberon, the ableex-
State attorney for this judicial district,
ad a dtaingm lawyer of thi city,
SamlHosm Geo. Dempsey, of near
brie, a uccsgful farmer and a
getiman of ability, will represent s
i atihe o ature.
iawme. emnty's new ofiee holders
b eaf belotof gentlemen and every
m am we beev is well fitted and quai-
Slld to fi the position for which he has

Nm w, Beard of Couty Commisonerp.
The new board of county commis-
a lamn--. J. Cheshire, H. A. Thomp-
pm, A. Moely, J. W. Carverand
JJ. emsey-met Tuesday and or-
pued by eleeting A. M. Moseley,
I The id board had their final meeting
Ted day, and closed up the business in
k. sch manner as to leave little mn-
ai h buhmai The od board
L admni~tsred the affairs of the county
I N MiA tn a very wise and economical manner.
ie ast They did the best they could under the
M ety boy. tbhe existing circumstances, and have
SiMsd hk way trned the county business over to the
i:Mt ffort. nmw board who will continue to keep a
itutkvote-a tose watch on the county expenditures
lwoMld ae I aod to ee that the county's money is
AA Mr. uRntIOM 5* Pdi
Mi d hombst The board is composed of good, solid
citizens, and the affairs of this county
ie wat" ermC. would not be in safer or better hands.


im too good
by their
boo fort two
tax collector
Si, adabetter
Speddop wwald
Jo ik good
h ba, ad is a
ting as the

ia Dt f public
li for a term of
W. O'Har, a
Wi a gentleman
vttkh the school
for a number
IMto 1to posi-
iowsn per-
pMmdf the MK.

In Memorial.
Whereas, It pleased an Allwise God
to remove from our Florida division our
hiAly esteemed comrade, Col. Fred L
Therefore, be it resolved by Camp E.
A. Perry, No. 1678 U. C. V.
First. That it is with heartfelt grief
that we submit to the will of the Divine
Creator, still realizing the irreparable
ioss our division has suffered in taking
from us one who has spent a great part
of his time since Phe close of the war
trying with his pen and council to build
up his State and correct the many mis-
takes in her history and also the abuses
of same.
Resolved second. That two conies of
these resolutions be sent, one the
Florida Advocate and one to the Live
Oak Suwannee Democrat.
OAT rT .PDTTDkTI? AA..;_,,

~hnkay e hra thi iuuw

"qt is With5tIIOCtIn ttm VS
to~ry d~w wea s ml su
,I bi Il awh b *t

te eu w-e-atuwith itW rug-
*A-w t mtw No wn isa
brsuwat tImtscsWbeE
t~~tmhwm binth R.~YS5 The~l


WlChm OW~. i~-k.~L

due t the MAL- we* *a,.
R th edssttsmh wlth CbQr$~m
"Womb the mso Dft mt, wa
btae, a.that evu7S pis my

=_::= --.= -: --=-. .In do wr vim rotn or fm d #w w m*L
mNt ofMgm the i~asMare ijpd a ee itfalh e b a e in thi M .
efor wanrt of food .ad mm"ut m w Ba~m Bam
treatment Dogi ad swie, enrd The brttiiYs .witc ^
by hmear prlg aopm the weadsd r t, ar OO am, mre now
andevor thbm. I ib firme ad ar pt Sam, the 6
eatrd efmihne w innrabl t of tl S eal a, and a-
eia their vietia pkoe thad e by tMaomwr ad t*mt
o thehips will wait instr"cae" from
The two supply ships referred to by
PredMet Seds $ ,0000 Worth of PraMdmt Boowvet in his telram to-
SSupplies to Earthqke District night are the Celtic and the Cuko
WAing D. The Celtic sailed from the New York
dent oelt tight announced that y myard trday and wm eed
he ha ant two pply hips with (00,- .y1or a poils to Mi
0 worth of supplies to Italy, that he t at f arb
will ask Caog for additional id and
that he hasu'ered the use of the bat- Kodl for Dyspeqia, and Indigesti
tkledipflt to Itly, wm diest ayanad a food at any ad
The aonement is made in a tele all food at any adall ties. Kodol is
gram, made public at the White Hose, guaranteed to give prompt relief. Sold
which he sent to Patrick McGowam by Live Oak Drug Co.


Lim Oak hd*.

Rev. LV. AL .- r

BuwLhm qtU i ) hmjCi~ t,
service at u A

by I p.u

Gooreharlrd nd a On T0 r (
MSalcm o AheLe'

For be" na d
Uwe MY EMS-*

pfbtthebut msd gbvId
Dng~ C&
Have you tried 'as
Hazel Soap? mr Ut Of


Medicated Salt Bric

Is composed of the purest Dairy Salt, Sulphur, Saltpetre, Copera
Nux Vomica, as prescribed by a graduate of the Amerian
Veterinary College, of New York City, for the ordinary



diseases of animals for which it it intended.

What it Does
Aids digestion*
Purifies the blood.
Removes ticks and worms.
Cures skin diseases, kidney, stom-
ach a*d bowel trouble.
Prevents colic, blind staggers, Tex-
as fever, heaves, lampers, murrain
and cholera.
Creates a healthy appetite, tones up
the system, removes old coat of hair
and brings out the new.

What it Don't Do


get old and wormy.
lose strength with are

Don't get caten up b rats ad
Don't have to be huted up ad
do:ed out at feeding time (odten a

dark) as do other remedies,
being place i d i box or
is always where stock can
they need it.
-m_- -

hoda k
get k us

__________ I

Better and Cheaper than Stock Powder

It costs no more per package than stock powders, yet weighs one pound m r
than the most popular 25c package of stock powders we have examined; besides ow
Medicated Brick contains no rice bran, cotton-seed hulls or other non-nutritiom a.
trial. In tact, it contains absolutely nothing but Dairy Salt in which are mixed Su
phur for a Blood Purifier, Coperas for Worms and Bowels, Saltpetre for the Kidney
and Nux Vomica, which is one of the best known Tonics.
It is admittedly true that when stock most need medicine they are least inclined
to take it, and though needing nourishment, have but little desire for it, and even this
is often destroyed by medicine being placed in the feed.
It is also true that when stock feel badly they crave salt more than at other times,
therefore our system of rivinz stock medicine in salt is not only the simplest and surest

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S, in line and the march was continued Sawamnee RiAes Thank Citimas of
eastward to Monroe street. Arriving Live Oak for Demations.
1at the Leon the procession was joined
Sby v. Gilchrit ad the members of We wish to take this method of
AW. GILCHR DINAUU- his party, afte which continued south- thanking the Board of Governora of
ward along Monroe street untilthe the Board of Trade, and particularly
capitol was reached, when it turned west A. dard Secretay of the
Sand came to a halt at its starting point. Boar of Trade, for the fund donated
nI L Taking the Oath. and the following gentlemen for the
n r F, There the troops passed in review, donations for the purpose of paying
S"Address Gives after which the official party entered for the trnmsportition of the Suwanee
iof ood Administration. the building and passed through the ro Ri ies to and from Tallahassee on ac.
I ____ tunda to the east portico, where the count of inauguration ceremonies, on
Tal e, Fla., Jan. 5.-Albert W. ceremony of taking the oath of office Jan. 5th:
Gilerist was inaugurated Governor of was performed. This ceremonial came Suwannee Hardware Co................$5.00
Flwda here today with impressive off promptly at 12 o'clock. A large W. L. Tedder.............................. 5.00
camonies md in the presence of a decorated platform, erected to supple- C. D. Blackwell........................... 5.00
vast audice. ment the portico, offered ample space L E. Roberson............................. 2.50
In te city preparations for dy of forall the participants and guests of W. J. Hillman........................... 5.00
fstivity began with the dawn. The honor. Other spectators thronged the S. A. Hineley............................. 5.00
unwonted sound of bugles blowing the grounds beneath. Gov. Gilchrist stood J. D. Radford.............................. 2.50
reveille, and the rumble of wheeled well to the front of the platform. On L M. Dixon................................2.00
vehie bringing the scores of specta- his left stood Gov. Broward. On his S. P. Mays................................... 2.00
vehicles bringing the scores of specta-'right, Chief Justice Whitfield. Jut
tos from the neighlbring towns and right, Chief Justice Whitfield. Just W. H. Gornto.............................. 2.00
village, dis eled all desire to lie abed, behind were Comptroller Croom and Suwannee Drug Co....................... 5.00
and broht the towns-people abroad the governor's mother. Ex- Govs. F. Rubenstein....................... 1.00
at an early hour. Bloxham and Jennings were present. Butler Clothing Co....................... 2.50
Never in its history has the old town Gov. Broward presented Gen. Gilchrist, L. S. Harvard.............................. 2.00
looked more gay. Arches extending who took the oath, then delivered his C. A. Hardee.............................. 2.00
across the streets, bunting entwined address amidmuch applause. J. M. Wynn................................. 1.00
and tudded with electric bulbs, flags Gov. Broward made a speech and pre- R. L. White......................... ..... 1.00
ase flying, maneuvers ob hundreds a sented the seals of the State. This Arnold P. Mickler........................ 200
banner flying, maneuvers of hundreds
of troopers, and hundreds more of the ended the ceremony. IJ. H. Rickerson...................... 1.00
State's citizens in gala attire, have The band played the Star Spangled J. N. Conner.......................... 1.00
metamorphosed the quiet seat of gov- Banner. Frank Kinkaid ........................... 1.00
ernment and made it the center of Gov. Gilchrist turned and kissed his J. N. Meeks .......................... 1.00
great festival proud and happy mother. J. W. Brson................ .......... 1.00
The ladies and other members of After this ceremony the people dis- Dr. W. C. White........................ 1.00
Gov. Gilkhrist's household arrived Sun- persed to gather again at the same j. T. Carroll................................ 1.00
day afternoon via the Seaboard Air place at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon. H. A. Blackburn......................... 1.00
Line from Columbia, S. C., and areThis time the attention was the dress T. S. Baisden........................... 1.00
stopping at the Leon. The governor's parade of the troops. D. 0. Henry........................... 1.00
mother, Mrs. J. G. Gibbes, was ac- Military Review. E. H. Pichard........... .............. .50
simplied to Florida by her two daugh- On a large platform, erected at the J. B. Johnson.............................. 2.00
tms Mru.Cheatham and Mrs. Mont- edge of the sidewalk on the Monroe Fla. Book & News Co.............. 1.00
gmery, her grand-daughter, Miss Kate street side of the capitol, were stand- J. F. Harrell.............. ........ .50
Meeo omery, and her son-in-law, Dr. ing Gov. Gilchrist, Ex-Gov. Broward, A. Lee Humphreys......... .......... 1.75
Ceatham. Besides these, the Leon is Ex-Gov. Bloxham, Major-Gen. J.C. R. J. H. Tucker..................... 1.00
OaW with other diatinaiiahed niuatQ Fnster and a number nf nther nrnmi- Carter & McCollum ............ 1.00

fr all over the State, and all the
ote brotes and boarding houses are
tae4 to their utmost capacity..
INral companies of State troops
Sher, camping about in different
ats of the city. Promptly at 9:45
e'ddck thi morning the fornled a
eI of much along the buth end of
Ads street, west of the capito.. The
ciic prcesio, headed by the staff
per cabinet officers, justices and
eaiostiesof the supreme court, all
Stat rscern, representatives of the
pre, mayor, city councilmen and
Aembersof the reception committee,
foed on the eastpide of the square
Md joiMd the military on Adams street,
liadi in the march northward to the
execwtive manion. There Gov. Brow-
ard and the ladies of his family joined

nent officials, both civil and military. Total. ....69.
From this vantage ground they watched
the maneuvers with a great deal of in- Respectfully,
terest and pride. To the inspiring THE SUWANNEE RIFLES.
strains of martial music furnished by -
the military band present, the soldier is much too long for reproduction in
boys marched and counter-marched the Democrat. He discussed the con-
with the precision and regularity that vict question, the school system, the
comes only of thorough drilling. pardon board, the race question, State
In the military pageant were the finances, Everglade drainage, and other
band of the First regiment, seven com- leading State issues, said that in filling
panies of the First and Second battal- vacancies to office the recommendations
ions of the First infantry and the Gat- of primaries would be respected, and
ling gun section of the machine gun thatno man convicted ofembezzling pub-
platoon. lic funds would ever get a pardon with
At night the Governor held a recep- his consent. He pledged himself to an
tion which was largely attended and economical administration of the laws
the inaugural ball which followed was and the entire address was a of a char-
a brilliant affair. acter that will make it acceptable to
Gov. Gilchrist's inaugural address the people of Florida.

Miss Bothwell htataslr as New D. ~MIOI
Year's Ee. I
Min Mary Bothwell entertained her
friends on new year's ere at t e home: -
of Mrs. C. N. Hildreth, Jr, d A Gameseaf nie U i
all kinds were played In the void IDL M.
contest which followed, Mis Bemie totae d
Bardin won the ladies price a bo of tether wi
paper, and Mr. Ceson won the gentle -bo l ehi
man's price, a cravat. The
A delicious salad coure was served, who
and then grapefruit, cake, nut. ad vwal s imaeP b
fruitpuch. Allproouncd the eve- fir, bt tit
ing one of unusual enjoymumt. in the a
Among those present were: Misses The r* lK
Salie and Jennie Blackburn, KathleeDn iM. The
Robbins, Maggie and Liaie BauiTa, by the t
Evelyn Conner, Beneie Bardi, Tinc ma
Hopeon, Sallie Porter, Callie Hakim, beil wa a
Loyselle Brown, Flossie Byrd, Thebm frmUitamn ci heb
Casin, Flornece Willard, Steollebh, appear of dth
BlancheGrubb. MesersYaladll Brownm, AA, who wu
Clifford Roberon, Clyde Byrd, Winder Mrm. Dima'so m a
Surrency, Carson, Moseley, Harvey apparel aad emtu
Byrd, Karl Brown, Cassin Bothwel, The fire boy rM
Barrett Boulware, Ira Grant, Willie wer au etos i te
Dowling, Frank Drew, Dr. Strickland. I" The bkdiM Mwe o
in the city. It w
NOTICE. blocks, with a atil r
To demonstrate the painless work as solely ftrais"ed
done by Dr. T. A. Bailey and his ex- t is timatedat d$1 N
perts in his Jacksonville office, Dr. $7,000 iY nu a t
Bailey will be at the following branch $,000'oa fim .
offices in the Live Oak district as fol- "
lows: Prrep hlr
Live Oak, Friday and Saturday, at' Then will be a
McCullers Bros.' building; Madison, t Woman's Ch( "b,
Thursday, at Merchant's Hotel and January 9th.
sample room. Jasper, Monday, over P. The proa w l e
D. Sandlin's store; White Springs, pa-r,"_,i B3,
Tuesday, over J. E. Milton's store; re." Mrs. LHL M.
Lake City, Wednesday, at Central Pape-"Phe
hotel. D. Radford
The above schedule will begin on the Informal Di-
3rd week in January and be continued This meeting will b
weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert for the pregrm
assistants with him. I mnd subjeCt for ,i t
It is important that l
I Joeph Finegan Camp Elect Officers. old members b
At a meeting of the Joseph Finegan I MRS W.

Camp of Confederate Veterans of
Suwannee county in this city on Thurs-
day, January 1st, the following were I Thaks
elected officers for the ensuing year: ish t '
W. A. Tison, captain; Tom Kennedy, g o
2nd lieutenant; J. S. Mikell, adjutant; publ aly t
H. E. Delegal, assistant adjutant and age bested up mn a
Rev. A. Bonds, chaplain. ness in ULi Oa
The next meeting of the camp will or y h
be Wednesday, March 31. precitedad I Ad A 'w
you, d thmk od .. 1
BAPTIST CHURCH.. friends. Sinere
Jno. A. Wray, Pastor. MRS. E N.

Morning Service, 11 o'clock.
Evening Service, 7 o'clock.
Sunday School, 9.45.
B. Y. P. U., 3 o'clock.
Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednes-
day evening, 7 o'clock.

I. A. Bragg, the (rOem
cated in the PoAot bIc
of the Parhly bm'il
last week's paper.

Hello, Central, give me


Yes, yes, we have nothing but the best of Eats---Freshest. Cleanest kept Store in

Visit once and you will continue. Nothing like it in the State of Florida. We sell you for
of your husband's salary to pay your cook and laundry. Don't buy goods on time. I have
before and.if you only knew you would pay cash, for your money will go as far as John D.
it lasts. Now listen and read:

25 lb Sugar for
17' Ib Sugar for
10 lb Sugar for
F it % f

lb I u5ar tcr


.45 3-lb Tomatoes for
.00 2-lb Tomatoes for 8c; 2 for
.60 Force, 8c; 2 for
.30 Octagon Soap, per bar

been behind th

ttenY r- -i

S T.J.Lo

1Oc Uneeda Biscuits
15c Jl National Biscuit Co.'s Sc
1 I the 10c pkgs. at ....
& .vwal Bakin, Powder. Nn.

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5|k w We dhtih

SFlsler. Graham
and Tast, etc.

A bto osee us afew

Rm i
s r entertained the
SWWag club of the
l Wheday after-

ir Soe mw wil be open
l d"S Jam. 20th in the
.$wmrla sepld by Mn.

L Wfland has aeceped a
Nlt tae Oas Gweery and
i Am to have IS fends

ide Bhim.
p son of Mr. and
, who was at home
Wt Wednesday for
~ atetmg Sotetson

Mn. C.
for the

d ofeouaty .miasiolk
o s Tuoday amd Wed-
I td a lotof business.
Use an "old tem" at

Ihr W. T. fSta J.
SX. A. T mpse and J. L.
I M thme who re-
~ldr eriptio to the Demo-

Company have
or of the Masonic
ahs ving it repaired pre-
up their moving
in the near future.
wo holds a position
leading mer-

hliMalt TWI a after a

F aftm~ on Ohio
the dof 3.
0 A.- Blkbuxn, a
A forreturn 10 urm

o ear Houston, was in
&lif ~ ago and renewed
to the Democrat for
.Dotor I. P. Mancy, Nich-
1lll a, to whom he has
the paper for a number

Jt k advertisement of the Cash
h er in another column oi
XDeocrat. This popular store
L a strong bid for your bus-
a They carry a splendid line of
ll de groceries and are making
o mi i 0 eose prices for cash.
Cl g s Anderson, after spending
with her parents, Dr.
ed her
f the
1 Miss C' ,
her studies
ith instruct-

k the enterpris-
unty, presented
mday with some
crisp, grown by

p. et m of the State, wU il the
it Wal y f a few hMous a
Id w t bo wites5 m the nw ration

d Gore nor riyst. While he
vi; B a ing of the imp er-
pam t iae of the State, he said

, QAs Nam m. "e pty we"
p0,d* e0dSmay for a few hors en

'rete home from Tahatsee were hedoing

ter n two weeksitation the igurat-o
a Governor Gchiandall thie other

COaty hools reopened Monday. A
State Teahe D seet with patGasnt

p p meet Othm e was easy and plen
ta L, nad tOalya ercha were doing

t6e bme-folks, while still others took
dvntage of the opportunity and visi-
ted a number of plaes of eret on

the But Cost. The pupils no doubt
After a tao weeks' vacation the Su-
wanneebgb school andall the other

cuty school After theeed st A
m tio both teacher attend pupils are

bettor prpend thaa before to do good
work for the' m iatier of the team.-

All accounts due meare in the hands
f Mr. Piha, at the Live Oak Bank,
oat of the county spent Christmas with

tfor eolletion. Ple stie call there took
advantage of the opportunity and visi-
ted a number of places of interest on
the Iat Coast The pupils no doubt
enjoyed Chritmas and the vacation as

Setle. MRSa. E. N. LAWLER.t

recreation both teachers and ppis are
better prepared than before to do good
work for the remainder of the term.

All accounts due me are in the hands
of Mr. Pichard, at the Live Oak Bank,
for collection. Please call there and
settle.. MRS. E. N. LAWLER.


Regular preaching services 11 a. m.,
and 7 p. m.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Loyal workers at 3:00 p, .m.
Prayer services Tuesday 7:00 p. m.
JAMES LEE, Pastor.

No Man More Deserving.
John G. Collins, late editor of the
Tallahassee True Democrat, will be an
applicant for a prison inspectorship in
Gov. Gilderist's administration. Mr.
Collins is one of the truest men in the
State, and his appointment by the in-
coming governor would be received
with pleasure by a large majority of
Floridians. Mr. Collins is broken in
health by years of hard mental work
and believes that the outdoor work of
a prison inspector would serve as a
tonic for his tired nerves and help to
restore him to health. The News hopes
this true democrat and high-minded
Christian gentleman may get what he
asks for. It knows of no man more
eserving.-Palatka News.

Will Be Hard to Defeat.

Mr. B. F. Umitead, a former pro-
prietor of the Herald, was in the city
Saturday renewing his old acquaint-
ances. Mr. Umstead is a candidate
for enrolling clerk of the next house
of representatives, and there is little
doubt but what he will be elected.
"Uncle Ben," as he is familiarly
known, has held this position twice,
and at the last session made a most
enviable record. He enrolled more
bills than had been enrolled in either
branch of the legislature before, and
did the work 50 per cent. cheaper than
the senate corAmittee, and to can the
climax never made a single error.
With such a record behind him he will
be hard to defeat.- White Springs

Why Not G(ive the Rea'mI'?
We venture the prophecy that (Gov.
Gilchrist will take much the same po-
sition in reference to the celebrated
Cooper case that his predecessors have
done. Both Gov. Jennings and G;v.
B w dA hn,- .a.. J .- V

Wimefoting with Dvwaru ,a n v au gooi reason for
Sit can be ra- their action in the matter, and when
p in any other the new executive comes into pos ses-
. Lawson is a sion ofthe information they have, if
n selling veg- indeed they do not already know, he
Fall and win- will be in no more haste to si.n the
fall and win- i ..a

Mr. NUaS:-V wl a gshe as
W tertle mv admt dohow

he dmit, r ad hy rr

go=. W .

vegetaton. Thet arce b a .bi
heart. We people a y h
who seem to "rdoie tbA fact, that tho
Lord of Hostshaa all power to mad
foarrai a1nd O nWshiae to aUnt the
the gamnjati d MWrwth dfearth*y
vegetatin. The citizens ae a big
hearted people, alwys with how-do-
yodo, a hearty hand shake, and their
hospitality is reached out to every
oe tocome and dine. Midway school
which is being taught by Prof J. A.
Har is one among the neatest build-
ings in tbe awoty.
Nearly a the people of this commu-
nity are Christian people and of the
Baptist faith, and belong to the church
at Tgr Lake. Of course there are a
few who do not belong to any chur,
and a few who belong to other denom-
inations differing a little from the Bap-
tist faith.
It was our good fortune to be at
Tiger Lake on lst Sunday and heard
Rev. T. L Peacock preach to his
people, and at the commencement of
the new year of 1909. He did not laek
for thoughts or words. If there were
any there who were not guilty of some
of the many evils practiced in some
parts of the county a set forth in his
thoughtful remarks, we think they
could not help but to highly appreciate
and say Amen, with joyful hearts, at
the well fitted and put together words
of the pastor. He certainly waM filled
with a well trained line of thoughts, to
think of it all. He did not seem to
think that the people of Tiger Lake
were guilty of all the evils he spoke of.
He had a better opinion of them. He
did not forget to speak of the evilsof
the pistol toter, the dram drinker, the
card player, the horse racer and games
of chance, such aslotteries shooting
matches, etc., and of the failure on the
part of Christian duty, such as, mem-
bers of the church failing to attend
regular public worship. The failure of
parents not setting good examples be-
fore their children at home, failing to
attend prayer meeting and Sunday
school with them, and how ugly it was
for men with families to go to the church
of God for public worhip and stand
about in groups on the outside and talk
of politics and shooting matches, and
things of the world in general instead
of coming into the house of God for the
space of a short time and giving God
the glory and praise for His goodness.
Such examples would be good to set be-
fore the boys who were naturally in-
clined to want to stay on the outside
and smoke a few cigarettes. Of course
this was only a lecture by the pastor to
his people, fearing they might be over-
taken in some of the many evils that
he had pointed out.
Mr. Summer Mobley, a promising
young man, and one who is mired by
all who know him for his good traits of
character and social way of meeting
his fellow-men, cast his lot with the
church at Tiger Lake, to work and live
forth Master and His cause. I will
stop and sign as a
January 5, 1909.


Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
receiver will pursuant to a decree issued and
made by the Hon. B. H. Palmer, Judge of the
Third Judicial Circuit ofFlorida. in and for Su-
wannee County, dated August 7.1908. in the ca.u
ef L C. Hore va. J. E. Davi and his wife. L M.
Davi. ad J. E. Davis, Jr., foreclosure of mort-
age. sell at public outcry, during the legal hours
of sale, on the 1st day of February. A. D., 1909. at
the front door of the court house, in Suwannee
County. Florida. to the highest bidder for cash.
the following described real estat, to-wit: Be-
ginning at the SE corner of Sec. 29. Township 1 S.
Range 12 East, and running on section line from
point of beginning due North to a point. thence
running due Wet across the SE quarter of SE
quarter of Section 29. running and intersecting
with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. or the Up-
poeite to quarter section line, then running par-
allel with the said Seabalrd Railroad running in
an eatarly direction to the point of beginning a
measurement of such lengths and widths as to
contain exactly five (5) acres of land in V shape.
situated, lying and being in Suwannee ur,unty.
Florida. The same heing the ive acres of land
deeded by Jackion Cannon and wife to J. E.
Davis. Jr.. on June 25. 1906. alo the following
personal property, t:,-wit: One log cart. one iron
pulley, one anvil, one vice and one blower, Pro-
ceeds to be applied to mortgage indebtetiness., i
said cause.
This the 4th day of January. A. I).. 1t.
GEORGE T. MEEKS. Receiver.

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2 45 8 10' 437 8 52, f Mercer ......... 1 ;1 3 5
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9 40 1000 f .Smith ... ..S. Si

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Trains scheduled to nnect wthpt Seaboard Air Line and At
P.M P.M, A. iA.M
Lve Lye 1 lAr !

Coast Line trains. For further inform Junction as to schedule and ecto
355 525 f ...... Dell.- 9N 16

call on any ticket agent. 1
.I. EE ENSIGN, P ....idt. .A P OPKINS. Traffc Mana
S-Regular Stop. F--Fla Stop.
Trains scheduled to cc nnect with Seaboard Air Line and Atantie
Coast Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connection
call on any ticket agent.
.1. 1YKE ENSIGN, Psitileult. K. P. H1OPKINS. Traffic Vanagf.
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Time Table No. 21
Taking Effect SUNDAY, MARCH 29, at 12:01 A. M., 1908.

No. 3
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Notice is hereby given that under axii i virtue 1 a mI 5 0o, p m IA.
of final decree made by the Hon. H 'Palmr., : aa .5 19 p m Ar
Judge ef the Thirt JiLdcial Circuit .,f tht Staic I i tn, mI 5 26 p m Lv.
of Flrida. in and for Suwannee ,\ it>. in t ('ha:n- i s a rr, S : p ni Lv..
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date January Tih. i',. in that certain cau 1 a mi :p i nm Ar.
wherein Hinely-Stephcen onimpany. a corpora- 11 5 a m 5 42 p m Lv..
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B. Rogers and Interna'ional Harvester (',mpaiiy 11 3:, a n 5 K p m L,..
are defendants, and in which sad cause the Inter- io m i; p Im Lv..
national Harves:er Cmpiany are cros iill coin- i M p m t; 17 m Iv..
plainants and J. H. Ko-cers. lanzli B. Roerbs 2u i m ? n m L\ .

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M ---UAR PAL MADL succesful drainage of the vast area of
.- swamp: lads, thouwnd o4 aeres of
i Ji MI b -ms Tract of which have in recent months been sold
e"-b L-- Ito other parties under practically the
same contract, will mean millions of
S dSAW M a^ the lat r desoB to the Stite hereafter.
-w t tate Governor Browar was asked by a
& p i# M IsL J BoDlw, Metropolis representative what busi-
q I *g dm tW a of neea he intended to engage in after re-
i ':tiring to private life early next month,
i b W Punb* U in but stated that he had nothing definite
I | OW Mca" to give out on the subject. He was
4Lr l dt i cdW wmad, congratated by his many friends upon
tIw b .e before Mr. the successful culmination of the big
r S 1 wfill W ibei! land deal-Jacksonville Metropolis.
bomlw oat Wdrsve.opamet
' M m f H af orf oows:: T. J. Carroll Won the Range.
of ef so mh prike go" to the!
Sb ornw ito ther The fine range, given away by the
' mIus whke there- .
t INI l ,.tofh eHairHardware Company on Christmas
610- a-i--I & i Eve to the holder of the lucky number,
--- BoTr, will e
*No 006 6 ,t-th derainage of was won by T. J. Carroll of this city.
*to the dgraing of A numbered ticket for the few weeks
Is ob by e dping od f pia t had been given with every 50 cent
S I" M e yoeur for th reepurchase made at the store, and thou-
. '-f s r y f or paid ful th sands of tickets had been issued, and
I bl pid in ll Christmas Eve, when the drawing took
S L w' w ith place the store was crowded with ticket
o I w' wM.Mit holders. The lucky ticket, number
.I r C n. .i l 706, was held by Mr. Carroll.
I &. C. Coom, is in the The winner of the prize had choice of
1 %f.1 m t-he" p'rt tof the the range or $40.00 in cash.
I ft t ad beean entirely con-
i tt the purchaers HEALTH AND VITALITY
pft~e*q terU aa immese Mott's Nervie Pills
a& f B wir tdI one of The great iron and tonic restora-
- L --p rl-Ici sections Live for men and women, produce
strength and vitality, builds up the
Sb--~ -we Mr. Boleand system and renews the normal vigor.
ll ht I Mt Bawrd maklte For sale by druggists or by mail, $1.
104 m Mry theomatiuance of per box, six boxes for $5.00. \il-
4~-" i M t vw I de thus Iams M'f'g. Co., Props., Cleveland.
Sm i whasI haed throuh- Ohio. Suwannee Drug Co.
SI "'s 1- dmi.nitra-
m t satt ated attattion Denatured Alcohol. Suwaunuee
t o < ti0 country. The Drug Co.

L Simple Remedy
tM is a purely vegetable extract, a simple,
' &i- ting remedy, recommended to girls and
el s& ages, for womanly pains, irregularity,
SIu nervousness, weakness, and any
r iL icess, peculiar to females

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You feel as if you had oe fa too I
Live Oak, Fla., Dec. 22, 19, many when you have aerag, de't
At a call meeting of the city council you? Save the face, you y need it;
duly called by the mayor and held in but get get rid of the neralgi by ap- f
the city of Live Oak on the 22nd day of plying Ballard's Snow Liniment Finet A
December 1908, (at which the follow- thing in the world for rhmatim ,
ing members were present: J. E. neuralgia, burns, cuts, saehda, le
Wood, president pro tem, and aldermen back and all pains. Sold by Suwannee
T. S. Anderson, J. M. Barclay, and S. Drug Co.
J. White,4 the following proceeding O LE-Myfa taige
were had. to-witFOR SALE-My farm contain eighty
were had. to-wit: DB
A resolution passed by the Board of acres, one and a half miles from Live
A resolution passed by the Board of a u g f d e li.-
Oake all under good fence and cultiva-
of Bond Trusteeson the 21st day of De- O a u g
cember, A. D. 1908, obhgating said tion, two sets houses, out-bwi
Board to re-imburse the city of Liveplenty good water, gas engine, tanks,
Oak for advances made and to be made piping etc. Also all stock, wagos,
buggies, and farming tools. Must besok -
on account of street paving, fire depart- b ies, aintools. st esol
Simprove-at once. A bargain for some one-call
ment expenses and permanent improve- r write W. W. Hawkins, Live ak,
on or write W. W. Hawkins, Live~ak,. 1
ments to the city water works was pre- de4- 4 ,
.Florida. deo4-tftIM *
sented to the city council, whereupon
it was ordered by said city council that ATTOI
the said propositions contained in said
resolution be and the same are hereby w P
accepted, approved and ratified. Wea
Passed at a call session of the city el'st
council, December 22, 1908.
J. E. WOOD, Nobod
Attest: Pres. pro tenm. .a.mkowv,. i.

S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.

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 the streets
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




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*
brakes of the throat, chest, lungs and
bronchial tubes.

The Original


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Attorney at Lao
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Office over .andnll, .*Sturw I*h,
attention ven all ia ..l Pwerw
my hands.

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podgaity and waste have gone to
oi the 'bsmtw" booms, and tiJe new
year beqias with the naaim on a sound
hmim &il emteat tn WWve frmnia hr

a .. i afsrc _e in this --L L -,.
SCur B~ar eeryae methods and az emsider-
A ee-Smr alu ablty Imd tha bheakILeck speedi
m ) Tm, h bea All thims considered, the opdmast
$ta--' a 1m tme bcixer of the argument

lid ml mb the ot t stum ag d leading Southen pcbiica-
S~isr a hUble em ad they tSionai a clear ad decided no te a
tII I at klre mil they the ff as a proper policy for t
i- to tiaLL Bat dh'tda dIwr Soth ad her ie t is fro%
te, ad ebck obaip thea Mfsctren' Record, which,
u rrbmriy* wa dobmt-m artth ray other periodic is i
S- k to with it intimte ouoach with oar i diusai i-
--B tereo awod their needs:
K3o fterayio *'he tiat ebu m when erery busk-
iLmb nt Gnawel GCrita I a in th.e South-whedter he be

10=etebthe e Tay Csia-I
1w twm' mi van and ^'inmaat, aanufactaper. farmer cr
Im m -dlr tft t or lh l PJI i t' T '"
AWL& this aWelon soai anite M, a demand
w, pm-- ct M been a rw- for a m eamre of tarid protection
SmaW f -MM toe e- iteret d of thee Sout-. This
L a*id tit to, O a aecta ihs soong pemn'Td others to
i- i. SW aas Moderi se our t gal that tere L- G'-e-
MO1 inM e a fr*ghe- goar that our own people Bay xi reaL-
a lb airidf th Stm t, G-enOM me hw srioWs tha io ld be
li t ve -i7 oanm t m "f fi hampered a ad ripped by a lT .r re-
tf-in a i ut a ome t he vi ved in tae Mitert 0f, :W S: L
btoth u aadh ofhim at Wet as against the ut.. SZ n
Si ho& things have been d&,t be~or. T The.
^___b w-i be dooe again :ess Me petx A'f
.. i the haoie Sooth arwae t? flk-I -cer

"ft isr flma to the "andaz of4
ft lBi qiwig tori their leg-' Here :s a seMiL aM d & -c -a-
aid ft a a revoat nev er go gra froz m the W AFcru s-. er-
JIII) it is b #nlm aeba thu M; atd:
6MI ddied forever.Ter. oem C30ire 5.cE a S 4. F -ri, *-'.
IM t Mg y tmam remaining the farm severe v&rs -;e *rs c:r
1IW -hI for Ima opion bad beae. or worsen aii waj NaL srrtS 'Mr
aftam ea t with Marris ra- experee. pei d ti. faie-. an
**- b- i.0 baft. *TVsA t&-.A It was bu.iti de hs for xe. ;zl f =m

:us great evL but even in tat event
the ever-preseat problem of he en-
forcement 4f the iaw W k stiil co-
front us. Aui WitzA az7 ine tain : e-
spect we woaid probah.y discv-ver hat
piW-WLouwg casa feioiy has rro .are
errors for Lhe iaw-.br'caer of that
kind than ptszol-wzing as a nisde&rVWa-
or. Tepreenct law on t .e subject
wuiiAi doubcss oe saffiaiCf to break
up te ciI prarnce if it were rigorousiy
and impariaai enorce and *.np"rsIe-
ment as weil as a bv ine mnade te
me penaLy in -Ve I -ance. Bt
the\ deEnLfn }^KI".+nL nmi,&';p n. Irk-a

ifte d v Tarpa on dhis paraount

Dio rag t:he c !ompai f
JacIcvkike and be prepared : see
him; k&e heamt .to sc the city some
.w;; hw&xt. over to a nad InVAb --Tme-
Ve.y re. id It s siniiaort- it
oiivc on the Mn of any &>emBnUty to
r-fase ample and cweerff support to
!ts: iocal minxta org % Tsrvw The
ond newoc of ttin soldier" is only beed
nor by shallow and anthiking people.

eoumntryare so harie. and bederdevdi h ( u att
by the pisol-totermand heir foi, mar-: S tr, ar r tin
dtr mwk thar th L- ,eI ww e r s. se of the word who are caWlI

o the mci extreme mures to get
rid of the breed, and if l .ain tie of-
fence a felony will accompish the end
or even contribute apprecialy to it,
they woAid dobtjess approve such a

Iw. On this sjbje: me. Pecar-a
Jourai ssays:
"TheJourn& mw*; earn y hopes
tat Me Fiorna i r wi take
".ir mWe -.*up M' .Ar&. P i'"-cary-
mg shoi;L be mad e Win a se-
vere ?ena.ty atachn. Wen tmthis
shai naav been doi- :s sa.fe t, sav

have so ctien ira ".he Sta:e w.j
be L.hng f. ., -.L e

W._ilz J. BrnyA C -.3e a.
spcsh a: -me TI:pA f .."a Fora:r.
&nd j; i -i r jve '.: :z -S. i

'- aTe Q<:*,'t,.:y; 1:; c cA
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m grave emergencies to dm harge dil
ts of the higbet Mefu r to the
community.. and t m that ae da of
moob vioioe a d WidesM d canmmp
for iaw. towm or city forvaale wO h
to poses oe more wealKliipbod
military companies ba an a of
& vaue .tieW ch' it cannot afford to

Swear of; f f i vyor b I&M h t
az-d get right with God amd aw todm
and do it sncerey., wlthOix: men:arel -
er,-tUoc, for tn-s M-ay -- your AS;
New Year's day on tus narrow ih-
mas ~ed Life berwee the :wo et-r-
-e. Even though yow -reak te
-ei;-unc it -.s better bv hacMe&:.
f;r :t sbwos ma: yv ye: have a cvc-
k:,tce a d morai st tua a n re \m -
ic *j: a of &cT. S) Can g tUa:
- :.s. X;e 5:esi1 worth Saving aid

::, 'nk- -- d y f-y ur4ire. I: 1.s me
S93asuua:y. Vwho
: s e. wot-mrani taizu at: iVes feve
0^ ,o -e ev.l .; n 4t Iam &ad '-ive

min at the n 1 aem~

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sawift sw s ,It
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gropoc bra i|ie *p ft l 11W
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aa-" i M ti i ..y. .. t, f r e c 1 U m t

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soud& el tl wwi-a diu & n- srAc. i m imr e a i
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al h Be; w aree r. If tl th btal paliwa i ammmral Vs

ti" S' g' SW so qt*, _aH *_ o rax^ *oa e vnr a .a e_ 1e oB-e of W.J.B. ^-- I^ n ew*
... w .. dot-kt wrkM aw a^ mo ot w. ,
iFr 1w wdmbogm almUa.t iC -qi mena you aprc f.sh =ia i

.mthfi ----? Tc m1"t 6 2twhie Wparim odft i t-

b~etnr& i bew at r p ofth;e MP jot now m yaw bm amt M A. HAMM m yW L L COM Cm
meartg ,a, d rouenty icm at p be, a .iiid f he
W6 MW JWa th type amcthm ourra otW. the K

p .c d, c, inq& aeoarw atha t isr awe
i-e manod c hie y, an dn her mun a weah noit Tn l O a

~ ~thee a we wuient m o h botf h thee &rmodemi t onith ti Ci A. a i auty Lb W C
ureratain a wof we are mbio
md pmpae ata sat pbe ped If

WO me WeD Wk. hTtepa Th ktam mea sue sto u iter to cro pF
wi id rju t n th t t ype andw Colme' t h at C L ii niI. emmy of wi. have ai kt m 7k bw mm "
Yamd to c e busum of the dme Ditof com es afecr to sa"fer f I
.ora the re eilao ow n i abo aht h ott r t
c sutg n ceantieofa i teom1wno.1

We ar weo away fr oSoum the waiuic The hertat w;e theged Mto t
buti s I in is hkir~uiitaamer 5id p eop i pthe e stntrue tnan p tectiy to lb'

bat bo i fairly good the iadus- inspire the vanos State 4Pgaapres i; erpting ai an aarnaia rate- _ri 6M
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L J. .Abbett, at d Brynm street,
Uf k, wat to renta far horsne
ar for the yarrl it
AL. Lf Wwakof Webon, was
smo tdoe 'tm her W att week who
I reNewed ths ,sbcriptin
to I Deerat.
J. V. Brown, our good friend of near
Ho mha der d us thepub last Sat-
day for twelve months' subscnption

to tdh Dmocrat.

tIN V.IA --fli. ,ill 0-
,CN.. Intsam, AMdsop"
mo Drug CO
J. I). ,., fte- r oJak-mo

0 L !1 1rponYI 1% 4I dm otif
the wabtlOdom.- M r. D 1isn
a mooJr booski" L M thi DIo
oult whbl e E N
Dr. Armstrog, the rwe i own Jack-
sonville mpimit, wlM mtke hL next
poisime Ovist to Liv Oak Feb 4;
oflee Hotel Smnaee. The Doctor
ho ben veTy saeeMG l in ovrcof
all n' of eye trout, aI Ido
stri' t of em eyes without
knife. Hereafter the Doctor will make
visits enryfor Mits.
STOLEN-Fnrm so ple, in Clsy-
lad settlemat, 10 ain. uouthwet of
Live Oak, on TueWsdany t,* Deme
ber 2 ome Bsma i y bM, bind, bob-
til, and mane heed lose, about 6
or 7 yearsold. Reward for return of
animal or information leading to her
recovery. Address York Shaffer, Ron-I


IOIALE-A nice cottage n easy L W. BLd, oe of the old citi
dui rable locaity-dC e i, with e Fal th section of the county,
War -,,ewri e and electric lights. wu in tswn Monday and had his sub
App at this offie. m~cription to the Democt dated 'way
Everybody in the city call on W. T. ahead. Mr. Blnd has rented his farm
Stokely for fresh meats. He sells out and is arragig to move to Perry
ehep for ash. Steak ; wholehams where he will engge in business. He
1k. Neit door to Hair Hair Hrdware Co. is a good eitiae and we ar very sorry
Mir Loysee Brown, daughter of to losehi, d wishh him thbeat of
Dr. nd Mr. C. S. Brown, isat home succas at his new home.
for the holidays from Swanborough, At a meeting of the directors of the
N. C., where she is attending college. First National Bank on Tueday night,
Owner wants to sell some valuable. te ul10 .pr et, divided wrd

Uv Oak property, now paying 12 per
cent on the price For further infor-
matim address Box 222, Live Oak, Fla.
Frak Drew, Jr., a student of the
~WiumSanm, N. C., Military Col-
lge, spent the holidays at home with
i parents, Col. and Mrs. Frank Drew.
Karl Bardin, of the First National
Bak, went over to Lake City Monday
to attend a party. It's mighty hard
for Karl to keep away from Lake City.
J. M. Scott, who has been a sub-
scriber for the Democrat ever since it
has ben a Democrat, called at this of-
fice Saturday and renewed for another
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 pf 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 session in Gainesville this
week and Prof. L B. Edwards of this
city was on the 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.
Quite a number of the students re-1
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. j
They are regular winter visitors here
and are very much in love with Florida.
If it is cleaning, pressing or dying
you want done just call at the Star
Tailor Shop. We call for and deliver
work and guarantee it. We give spe-
cial attention to ladies' work, and do
it neatly and up-to-date and deliver it
on time. We can press your suit any

cleared union the capital stock for the
year 1908, and an equal amount was
placed to the credit of the already sur-
plus and profit account. The First Na-
tional Bank is one of the solid financial
institutions of this section of Florida,
ably financiered, officered by gentlemen
who offer their customers all accommo-
dations consistent with sound banking.
Rev. York, member of the Methodist
conference, and a most excellent gen-
tlemen, was in the first of this week
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.




ad we atdb-to ow Cuid Mi futhI m 6a s4
mis d the nuvArwIifor & a

Happy an d wqs -NOw vow

Our mexi kulri PwrI baistM JNMUAR CI
We pay fOUR PER CNT, n-to*t gme
date, an Dosib mtdeao rbdwe hmy "IL


a?? Datwom7,

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Master Drew Groover, who is attend-
ing the St Mary's Academy at Bell-
mont, N. C., is sat home for'the holi
days visiting his parents, Mr. aid Mr.
E. B. Groover. After months of hard
study in the Academy he is enjoying
his vacation. Drew has grown to be
such a great big, manly fellow that
those of us who knew him u 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
Hazol Soap? Suwannee Drug Co.

Thermos Bottles. Suwannee Drug


On January Ist we will discontinue handling Shoes

complete line of Millinery.

xL TO Am
we umd po t i n K -tIa I
prost worttLh I a to
wlMmdmtin a d
of 6 tadies i _r _vi ,~_b _M
farm frn f -'=
coarmet nas mmd m q
Addms P. 0. HBa UI O MW
Parker's "Lucky Cur" Pws
You may return or aUdMnll t *M
within ten days If aot nrPty
suited. Suwannee Drug C.
Genuine Imported "utls 9 $P
Suwannee Drug Co.




and instead w ay a

W. B. Harvard will open a firstclass Shoe MS-'

building occupied by Mrs. Lawler. On account of these changes we will reduce the
price on our Shoes, and close out our line of Boys' Clothing at first cost. Ben owve
stocked on Ladies' and Children's Coats, we will close out the stock regardless d cc.

One Special Lot of
Long Coats, worth
up to $6.00, at



25 Ladies' Long Coats,

many colors; worth
up to $8.50, at


Children's Coats reduced

Excellent values at from

$1.50 to $5.00

Just received, 100 bolts

50 pieces of best



Yard- wide Unbleached
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-- tuak by aitem i m tep aiitS mau -ad

S-t Iu #tatv d the p' mar d rr
hsim Dtr. .a ttoa nitta.d i = itve and
_^ __ ad v hg at he mitary Wi Bmre
bl, i bP- AIBa ---eet to the wrseaa t
'- mnqm m ~ignh is,=oW ad m.._._ ,d.,

- i- Id-- ,- where ae -ersr --is
3Y., ha .nm RAW cowt _.L, a._L-- -- .--

hlfc. tB) of f r qpcnt Mocoe reb k --te a-d a mad street
ad .M lto&b big lm: .-t ahem iw.taert e giww-rpl
npb ban w asp ctiakl wilad twi oath maeproe

upd^ Adn t Utet tMo the gue =-,
S a m rma in wt i e d thiwe tld hWk
4*0 1061b 20 avuqe maCEre eggto

=a b ah .l e b er w b teom wart to Adarmt s aeth aamid thret
Wae tip ad de bt at t tbe ebodm wwtthere the govln/t ,

Sm-": m;a -ii frn. ri,..to
S- ie ad Woes i whe in e the gWotei
DO dt-l th wr.at to Adas street anl tarwo
mk, L orp. to Adar eet if thema ieto hl i

i4m b in at hit Jrka.-' T rAs o the Oath.n
4 4.) wEwri at the frioio g Prodptly at 12 o'clock the govenriw
Sw otakC e ie o the o of the oce on the
otp, i ap. erected a the e t ich tre
I 16T ai. to tg a te (t

Swee ri, it at the pi t PmorT atU ober otiled to keep the
b l dw il. ti ok the oath of th offone dker-
7 a I to bt, S&OD up. Facyn m oraad d rt the east et-e,

Sc, QL op. IetUae to the ground ad building
aIwk vplio you. See him free from crowds until the aroge-
wA& .re at M5Cen Bros.' hbad- mnts are all completed
SiayndSatrday ofeach wek The order of the civic procesion will
M-r oem 12 E. Bay. over be as follows:
ln, T.hiak Ca tf Marishas
Governor and governor-elect.
eLA. TRUNK MFG. CO., Saff officers.
SH. ETLER, Proprietor. Ladies of the families of tie gover-
Tim BqM Sample Cas Fancy nor and goveraor-elet
LAt Gokod. E&-governors and ex-jus:les of the:
12-14 East Bay Street supreme court.
J1~wn~C. Fla., Dec. 8, 19. Cabaiet offers and wivey.
r. T. A. Basy. City. Supreme court justices and wives.
Dw- Sir-The work you have co- State chemist. state auditor, assist-
Ow Ow me, which cmonstb of crow at State auditor state geologist and
*mj L m...Jp T mmL.. a wives.

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IpmoaretoM ,ass&
Tw 1n and anticeptki
an mm I ChIerfffay
mwtbh.to vhewm and pre
In mtoc" m that your care
W of piestam and excels.
-wk Very siwcr
& H. El

F recom-
diet for
l treat-
at work

U tt, Mayor Soth Jacrkmadi.
b Jackmie, Fa., Dec. & 190.
Or. T. aley, Jacksonville, Fla
DI Sir.-The work you did for my
Wiho prow entirely atsfactory
S toh anl you claimed for it, and
w kthe pMie were most reom-'
Lk I kLow I cold not have procured
r h d I paid double the price
&mg diby ym
T awnaiceptic office and clean and
P-d work will always be appreci-
ad by yor patients.
I gldly recommend you at every op-
ptaty. BRespc tfuly.
Mayor So. Jacksonviile. Fla.
Colection Department.
Jacksovilie, Fla.. Dec. y. .#'.
Dr. T. A. Bailey. City.
Der Sir:-I am very much ;,.eased
with the work you did for me. Owing
to the extreme dread of the dental
ceir, I had put off my work from time
t tfie and I believe had it not been
for yr renatl tae ad painless meth-'
I would not have been able to en-I

Representatives of ithe press mayor
a&d city concimnen.
Members of the recepti.,n conmr ::tee.
Civic orgarzatiorn.
Military officers and military accord-i
ing to order of Major Gen J. C. R.
There will be dress parade and a re-
view of the military from the stand
ust east of the capitol grounds on
onroe street at 330 p. m.
The recetio will be beld in the ex-
eeatvre office, commeni at 8 j p.m..
and will continue until 10:30 o'clock.
MLsic will be furnished during the re-
he senate and house of representa-
ties will be used for the inaugural
Ill, which will commence at 11 p. m.




Monday, Jmua m4

Six Big






This'will be one of the Biggest Gala Weeksthis G
New Feature Some of the attractions are Waotts B
a company of 25 colored actors all a ature and m
way of a Minstrel Show. Thisisjustone oftheBSbows

Next with all New Pictures-$20,000 worth of Eledi El
shown in Moving Pictures

The Biggest Tent on the Road of a Show of !



One of the Greatest Hypnotic Ads Ever Exhibited bae the
American Publik

PROF. ADAMS, With His Den of ei

From Foreign Lands



Good Judge
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PROF. SFI7FZR. on the High Wire, riding a Wheel in the air ht
high-an act that has never been duplicated by any own
Then SPEEDY. the High Diver. will make his dive tw'h 4

Remember the !Merry-Go-Round for the Childrer,--iA
the idol of their hearts. And the Ferris Wheyl.
to ride high in the air.


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Manufacturers of Duc, de Tampa Cigar


Announcement to Cigar Dealers in F

The latest news of Live Oak-the talk of the town-is the





The Best 5c Havana Smoker ever Manufactured Anywhere in the Country

b fatory is open. for business with experienced hands-the very best experts that can be had, a d lA M
Imi ti ei dar business for a number of years in Tnmpa.
Sdob our success will be great, as we intend to make Live Oak our future home. We also wi w"
1 to this fact: Our Duc de Tampa Cigar will be made of the best carefully selected tobacco, aad
Ia anurur, you that our cigars will prove satisfactory to men who know the value of a good Havana m

Write for Samples, Prices, Etc.






P. O. BOX 242

SMITH, Proprietor


All Communications can be made direct with the Live Oak Cigar Factory.
Mail Orders will be promptly attended to.

A 6L0 me to CMdmIm mi and
k ad OOpm Everglade.
M IMdrwspi& publish the
# Abftli e I4aws story:
tr wiN t ir whera Miami is
4"_ Itf r fraepmurtlyhas come
,;l tt.f tetim from Philadel-
I A diMN M tt he Everglades
Iolm ts mothest, with Pen-
md IMWiofe be innin and
S|d.arFm" isplaumed, accord-
SW. d t city, who has
S |b f for Mseral weeks,
Hli amt Wpmpr'i inform-
Sftl h i e dm a great deal
a tibp aeefrding to
i OO -Mb Finmt, he
|u (na Mitte of view-
| Wa b week m De-
-l a aifor the federal
M faMtiR er came from
SMIM Wea of interest came
#lOlOft Ttmi. telling of
pmdM-Sy n Dade coun-
dI Ie e-. nrailrond across the
Mr IMvut is now en

ftbbmw pfttvw to thu nevwspa-j
OMW wtih "th-otty to iobtain a
!"of l (w. fall. l1nci acquUire'
NXIMM P !,-r th4. road.

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ftd ~
bow*tn ,

Issue'by the Florida Chair Factory.
This office has just received one of
the large handsome catalogues just is-
sued by the Florida Chair Factory, at
Jacksonville, Fla. This catalogue is
very nicely gotten up with a cover in
orange and green, on the back of
which is shown a chair plant, which is
another new plant that is growing very
rapidly in this state. This catalogue
has been mailed to something like 10,-
000 people in the state of Florida, but
it should be in the hands of every fam-
ily in this State.
Illustrated in this catalogue are
chairs of almost every grade, and some
very beautiful designs. By buying
from the Chair Factory direct they
claim to save you one-third on your
In connection with their chairs the
Chair Factory are offering as a pre-
mium for the month of January a hand-
some lady's desk. If you have not re-
ceived this catalogue drop a postal card
to the Jacksonville Chair Factory,
Jacksonville, Fla., today and you will
receive it by return mail.

Trniuble at a Funeral.

During funeral services on Suniay,.
December 27,. at Goodhope church, in
what is knovn ;-, the Claywv,,l 1 '-
m 'nt. t r, .- ,i ,:,.

Fxeeutive Committee Calls State Con-
vention in Live Oak for Jan. 22.



The State Executive Committee of1 Notice is hereby given, that under aad by vrir
the Farmers' Union held a session at tueof a final decree in Chancery med.e by .
B. H. Palmer, Judge of the Circuit Cout. f tof
the Constantine hotel, this city, on Third Judicial Circuit of the State of hri. hi
and for Suwannee county. in that e irta1 iM
Wednesday, says the Tallahassee True- wherein Charles H. Brown u e nmphIi adM
Democrat. Walter J. Bryson and his wife Ahne2 r
defendants, ending in aid court ad wl
A full board was present, consisting aid defendant Walter J. Brymo WM dec mu W
pay to complainant within five days fi em
of J. A. Jackson, chairman, Jasper; E. tion of said decree, the sum of 13.0M1O iu.N
Von Axleson, Laurel Hill; W.H. Haynes, attles 5 feeas lso oat of mid M
default thereof that the following desr iob
Alachua; J. L. Shepperd, Greensboro; ho ldbe soldto satisfy iddcre and n wt
I the undersigned special mater wasr
A. L. Buchanan, Sophchoppy. and directed to execute said derme: id=W
Several matters of minor importance berin date 2rd. d&Y De b UKO I .- i.
cial master on the 7th. day of Fehnr, A.lD.
were transacted. The principal busi- 1909. b court house or in the court he door of
Live Oak, in said county and state. durint
ness Tor consideration was the cotton legal hours of sal4 will offer for c. and 0itin
proposition. The secretary was in- the highest and beat bidder for cM the flow.
ing described real property, lyin and b
structed to co-operate with the Tri- situate in said county of Suwannee. or so
thereof a may be necessary to atiafy iM -
State Union, composing South Carolina, of money decreed to be paid eomplamat &ad to
Georgia and Florida, in the marketing and EooffWidro section 1; entire: sct
and SE s of SW section 15; entire aatioa L,
of Sea Island cotton. While no official sw3 of section 24. NX. SEW and N & f 8Wf dSW
section 25 in township 5, south rangc 14 aot
action was taken, the members of the swi and S'it ofJW of seetion ; : S. NW%
committee will individually do all in and W of N f section 28; S o S. NW
committee will individually do all in of SEt and NEW of SWX of section 33 in towm
their power to urge a duty upon long ship 6, south range 15 east: W of NE of me-
tion 1. township 7 south. range 14 east Lot 6 of
staple cotton. A request was made section 27. SE1, of ,section 31. EX and S% of
that all local unions send delegations to ip s outh of rcton in uwn
the State convention which meets in F. w. BUTLER-
Special Master.
Live Oak on the 22d of January. Dated& thi< 29th day of Deeember. r. .



Notice is herebv yiven that under and by .r: ,*
an execution issuing out of and under th, na
Mita I it (I 0 tif itIV I 411hI- Si I vti 11.'ert Ifi- "of the Circuit ourt for the Third Judicial Iir-
vate IsAtltt. cuit in and for the county of Suwann.q in pur~i,
ance of judgment renderedi in t.aid coart In l 'A
Wa~ming-ton. 1). ( C.,J'al. IA...oun- certain uuise hxrt`in Charlotte Tr.-us.r v, -
panIy, a corp,ration urganized under iT.h la-A,.1
:rfeit S5 .5l, r rt idieate which madfe Nor!h iar *ia.a, wa. ard 11 E. IIr'.f'
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do wI th upt iwiyI
SmtIr he ha utm th nI~ the ht-t K.lItIqi
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dim ~~ W.W rroad~~t ,a HI Og-'L -Tm ct5wt madthie aud 6wml ~ Iatrb
dm dstrCt W. L Lcnn s. Di tmHmeL -*nrikacibpIdpUrIN b
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dg e ad rmot able mdn in thii et-in_____pools_ _1__ 0"
gIna m INr I3KW EAMR Ityviib eg.. se wlot amp the SIte 7-a
Wordof&L K, Robersona tte bee e-
m mbak iCooue msi Idtm _ad aid mind
Bel ak attre o Lms>~uido is t hat b I _hu fte a- Kd wqqg k

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and do Min d i p oltim-
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mld a ommmlawyer of this city,
ad HoL Gox E Demisey, of near
iie, a Ina ful f mb r w ad a
gesti l a t abiity. will represet
i the lkgc1atow
Soram comitys new oc.e boiders
me a eift iof gefitnd ind evyf
=nawe beheve is well fitted ad qua&i-
fi o fiH the porditi e for whih heSWI
bown ckhn

* *hwas re4lmte, but a wa- Bsew&ard oa C U CoauniviemI'
4t to AWeir posib are fibe
am --" The new boad of cotmtv commis-
S Md n d m vs. ng w term, sio 9Q. J- Cshime, fH. k Thmp..
Jd dW 0WW@SCe TjWbmy M:Mj.!k .. Mosely, J. W. Carveraad$
6K IL -M Seme J. H. kgicker- '.* 'i J- wy- m Thues a and uo-a
j. W.. R g @ giir. gashed b electing A. 3L Moseley,
4 0 nto .l QudL w4 The w.
4C h&W l ciW6 3 The I hod boad bad their finalmeeig
* a of i eo imc4 r d ey. and losed up the basines in
4( puth* ficthey anei -
b ft b of pid dot they we V- & ahwamaner as to klyee little
I mneuy serve The oad board
On od f t oi PerriyL L hinatnYrd tht affn Of the com~ty'
BU QbW d 10 jU the uu a a verv wre and eeenomiai manner.
pbef aid the wa tthey couW under th,
dIof ih a Seum Wtybq.feisting 1br, IS1st91za. nd haveI
r ub ha Lrfcra his ~av d the umnty businem oveurwthe;
to h 6 two by = arp, hmsat effe newr bord who w t ontnue to keep a
h r ~imwd a~I vybatttc -,a rot th e ctY expendzture
aidmytousee tut-wcoaZcts money a
*k t t. jW d OiLMr. H.% wisely *Tp.-1kle
1 ushe a good. awful and honema'1eitg01 sohd
Cqit i ien an dtn he aAx of tius c' mty
J. Kan" aV 6 a for to terms Coud' t be M' safer or bze bad
tons -was dsew t-ax meesnr.
1be s d WW vau'wn tax maenand,* W ner 1: pieued an A~ws and W
Sp- is bin too good to remvp -.vm cur F-wm,1vision our
0 t= 10010, M, d by th*J Way~e1~4. W-m-ed ezrae. Cc,- FW LI
wsb 9 Wbl hIlt.o thk hhox' bobetwn
of t onaxt b*=ms k5 tbok rf'beren)-n- be so ch~e, DY E.
IXPry v SSU .V

U Si .Atot at coleetor
Ju Un. vu mmed aWheater
m to d dws posium wouW
wo bSd to &L Jet ia sagood
ob Iow p"i take himand iIa
Sow ad _:__ w the

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$.. bPytWI. J. JW.7'YHaa a
&asb y. aad a gmleemn
a s InSw for a &uamer

FT--s Traz t its with el..fa grie
that w e 54 )Ml, 1. w I-ne Of :he Dir-
Creswr. reshziin.g: .he -pera
ko ur .diviikoha !e --n taing
f-ro cis s e wbk ha s j al e a c ptd r
0 --he jc -i;ttW& f u a
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taeie rAUthvi c e s.na.eone
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Medicated Salt Brie

Is composed of the purest Dairy Salt, Sulpht Sak O
Nux VomicA, as prescribed bra goduaft d &i g rhM
Veterinary Colege, of New York ty, fr the y
diseases of animals for which it it ar


Aids digsion.
Purifies the blood.
RCmoves ticks and worms.
Cures shin diseases, kidney, stom- :
ach and bowel trouble
Prevents cok, blind staggers, Tex-
as fever, heaves, ampers, mrrain
and .hoerk
Creates a healthy appetite, tooms up
the system,, rcves old coat of hair
and brings out the new.

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It z=sno mxrc ;apackgethan stockpoers, v ya wvb arm WO
than thz Ppoxdar 25c wkw oi stock powden vc have No" gor
Mdica~cted B&Ac contains no Irice 6wc, e-m6e~ huJ~s o ta 99Q r~r
teria In 4c4 it cowffit absudfy noting but DairyS Ai m wi b a -m I I
ahur for a Blod Pwifia, Copers kr Wwm ad Bowcls, Skpw i eKr W
and Ntx Vomia, w hich is moe of the b= imwn ToaicL
It is admnttdv tre that when stock amt need mcdizrK rbv AU "W,
t o fa d. ad ffiough nemin ouinmr, hve b# hak Saw or skaWWtn I*
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^b l he and the march was continued

IW-- ,m IOto MoIroe street Arriving
Sat the Ln the procession was joined
by G.- r Gilhrit and the members of
W AI t U lWArtV ti party, after which cetinumd oouth-
Wtl nlM I t C OnY waud aloc. More street until the
Sepitol was reached, whenit turned west
a d came toa halt at its starting point.
5 1 W MX Taking the Oath.
SThere the troops passed in review,
S--W l AkAM Give after which the cial party entered
- & -Jmh Admvirslnt the building and passed through the ro
S__tunda to the east portico, where the,
S a., J. L-Albert W. ceremony of taking the oath of office
t-,^- --. ^# was performed. This ceremonial came

i U oUviwr o
m taly with bpresive
Sal in the pmresea of a

b lb dp rni for a day of

-H w ith the dawn The
-- om kv bwgi blowing the
Smra dr thrb of wheeled
O m WN hmg the W rsm of specta-
#m v a urigw towns and
ip all d sire to lie abed,
-Mto tows-people abroad

w IU ~ teb has the old town
ft m y ArrhM extending
t~ ll W MiA brtig entwined
Mdflt dWA htwric b lbO flags
-N- t m aminrs hundreds
rmam &W nm k& morm of the
mm tm Cpl attire, have
the tieS a t of gov-
~d md it tthL center of

4 ipl eth w numbers of
NWl hl' r sho i arrived Sun-
Svia the Seaboard Air
SCakeim S. C., and are
1 g*ea tLom. The governor's
*a. J. G. Gibbes, was ac-
-1 to FWertt by her twodaugh-
Wt& V tCb m and Mrs. Mont-
r pand-dauhter, Miss Kate
ad her mon-in-law, Dr.
. udes. these, the Leon is
of ether distinguished guests
Sdl Wm the State, and all the
( t l aind boarding houses are
* tadI r tmoet capacity.
MO Smpates of State troops
ag -f empi about in different
P Ito city. Promptly at 9:45
W lb m m n g these formed a
IhdmO ba-- the mouth end of
AM N wa t of the capitol. The
ll ~mM hmeded by the staff
dW shI m ofers, justices and
ll W Id the supreme court, all
m d m repi mentatives of the
PM f, =Ity councilmen and
- d the rseption committee,
mr the met side of the square
ft taLeary am Adams street,
f tot ate t nm orthward to the
-I- -- Tere Gov. Brow-
d l-h dft f his family joined

off promptly at 12 o'clock. A large
decorated platform, erected to supple-
ment the portico, offered ample space
forall the participants and guests of
honor. Other spectators thronged the
grounds beneath. Gov. Gilchrist stood
well to the front of the platform. On
his left stood Gov. Broward. On his
right, Chief Justice Whitfield. Just
behind were Comptroller Croom and
the governor's mother. Ex- Govs.
Bloxham and Jennings were present.
Gov. Broward presented Gen. Gilchrist,
who took the oath, then delivered his
address amid-much applause.
Gov. Broward made a speech and pre-
sented the seals of the State. This
ended the ceremony.
The band played the Star Spangled
Gov. Gilchrist turned and kissed his
proud and happy mother.
After this ceremony the people dis-
persed to gather again at the same
place at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
This time the attention was the dress
parade of the troops.
Military Review.
On a large platform, erected at the
edge of the sidewalk on the Monroe
street side of the capitol, were stand-
ing Gov. Gilchrist, Ex-Gov. Broward,
Ex-Gov. Bloxham, Major-Gen. J. C. R.
Foster, and a number of other promi-
nent officials, both civil and military.
From this vantage ground they watched
the maneuvers with a great deal of in-
terest and pride. To the inspiring
strains of martial music furnished by
the military band present, the soldier
boys marched and counter-marched
with the precision and regularity that
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comes only of tnorougn arming. pardon boara, tne race question, state ev. A. ronas, cnaplain. Your I Y ..
In the military pageant were the finances, Everglade drainage, and other The next meeting of the camp will pm o e always r h no
band of the first regiment, seven com- leading State issues, said that in filling be Wednesday, March 31. as
panies of the First and Second battal- vacancies to office the recommendations -you, and think of y
ions of the First infantry and the Gat- of primaries would be respected, and i BAPIST CHURC. friMd. R &.
ling gun section of the machine gun that no man convicted ofembezzling pub- Jno. A. Wray, Pastor. N
platoon. lie funds would ever get a pardon with Morning Service, 11 o'clock.
At night the Governor held a recep- his consent. He pledged himself to an Evening Service, 7 o'clock. C
tion which was largely attended and economical administration of the laws Sunday School, 9.45. I. A. Bragg, the O amu Hk a
the inaugural ball which followed was and the entire address was a of a char- B. Y. P. U., 3 o'clock. cated in the Posto&e L*b t ba-
a brilliant affair. acter that will make it acceptable to Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednes- of the ParhIa y buoik u "
Gov. Gilchrist's inaugural address the people of Florida. day evening, 7 o'clock. last week's paper.

Hello, Central, give me

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Yes, yes, we have nothi



ng but the best of Eats---Freshest, Cleanest kept Store in the Slat,

Visit once and you will continue. Nothing like it in the State of Florida. We sell

you for Cash and save enough

of your husband's salary to pay your cook and laundry. Don't buy goods on time. I have been behind the
betore and if you only knew you would pay cash, for your money will go as far as John D. Rockefeller's as
t lasts. Now listen and read:

long as

25 lb Sugar for
171 lb Sugar for
10 lb Sugar for


.45 3-lb Tomatoes for
.00 2-lb Tomatoes for 8c; 2 for
.60 Force, 8c; 2 for

10c Uneeda Biscuits
15: All National Biscuit Co.'s 5c pkgs. solid at
15: All the 10c pkgs. at

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Saweamee Riles Thak Citiseas f Mioss BothweU E tertais on New Do.L ION i
Live Oak for Doestioe. Year's E v~
Miss Mary Bothwell entertained her 0 0at Hl
We wish to take this method of friends on newyear's eve at the home f Dw l
thanking the Board of Governors of ofMrs. C. N. Hldreth, Jr, Game of T The beaeotialu aW-
the Board of Trade, and particularly all kinds were played. In the word of Dr. L. M Xa it
W. A. Edwards, Secretary of the contest which followed, Miss Besie totally d.bsaeI d 1
Board of Trade, for the fund donated Bardin won the ladies prize, a box of together with m dl
and the following gentlemen for the paper, and Mr. Carson won the gentle- household gosds
donations for the purpose of paying man's prize, a cravat. The ames b M
for the transportation of the Suwannee A delicious salad course was served, when discove nd k
Rifles to and from Tallahassee on ac- and then grapefruit, cake, nuts and was impmn h to I tagIs
count of inauguration ceremonies, on fruit punch. All pronounced the even- fire, but it is belewd to
Jan. 5th: ing one of unusual enjoyment. in the ce m ~ tm a
Suwannee Hardware Co...............$5.00 Among those present were: Misses The first A rhm o I
W. L. Tedder.............................. 5.00 Sallie and Jennie Blackburn, Kathleen Dixon. The MiM b
C. D. Blackwell........................... 5.00 Robbins, Maggie and Lizzie Baisden, by the time i--- asol ag A
L. E. Roberson............................. 2.50 Evelyn Conner, Bessie Bardin, Lucy ing and overhead f b i
W. J. Hillman............................ 5.00 opson, Sallie Porter, Callie Hankins, building was m Ia
S. A. Hineley.......................... 5.00 Loyselle Brown, Flossie Byrd, Thelma furnitu, could be edr thW
J. D. Radford.............................. 2.50 Cassin, Florence MWillard, StellaLewin, apparel of the hi w Iha
L. M. Dixon................................ 2.00 BlancheGrubb. Messrs. YandelIBrown,'Allen, who wm hef& t
S. P. Mays................................ 2.00 Clifford Roberson, Clyde Byrd, Winder Mrs. Dix's m h A it l-H"
W. H. Gornto ........................... 2.00 Surrency, Carson, Moseley, Harvey apparel and WWsevl d ti-
Suwannee Drug Co....................... 5.00 Byrd, Karl Brown, Cassin Bothwell, The fir boyp nrqupai M
F. Rubenstein.............................. 1.00 Barrett Boulware, Ira Grant, Willie were nable to saed pi
Butler Clothing Co....................... 2.50 Dowling, Frank Drew, Dr. Strickland. The building t ef It
L. S. Harvard ............................. 200 in the city. It wa bl d
C. A. Hardee.............................. 2.00 NOTICE. blocks, with metal nYu I1 a
J. M. Wynn................................ 1.00 To demonstrate the painless work as somely frnished thr.Ww I t
R. L. White......................... 1.00 done by Dr. T. A. Bailey and his ex- is '-ti8Pstdat $10, e St, s
Arnold P. Mickler........................ 2.00 perts in his Jacksonville office, Dr. '$7000 insnrane a the b ~
J. H. Rickereon........................ .. 1.00 Bailey will be at the following branch $8,000 on ftnitue.
J. N. Conner............................. 1.00 offices in the Live Oak district as fol-'
Frank Kinkaid ............................. 1.00 lows: I Program Ifr Wem's t1
J. N. Meeks..... ...................... 1.00 Live Oak, Friday and Saturday, at There will be a rmqur -M t
J. W. Bryson....................... ...... 1.00 McCullers Bros.' building; Madison, the Woman's Club, Sata* m.
Dr. W. C. White.......................... 1.00 Thursday, at Merchant's Hotel and January 9th.
J. T. Carroll................................ 1.00 sample room. Jasper, Monday, over P. The program will be as
H. A. Blackburn.......................... 1.00 D. Sandlin's store; White Springs, Paper-"Civic ireatift of CW
T. S. Baisden........................... 1.00 Tuezday, over J. E. Milton's store; ren." Mrs. H. I. Johmt e
D. 0. Henry...............................1.00 Lake City, Wednesday, at Central Paper-"Public Num-as" L.J.
E. H. Pichard............ .... .......... .50 hotel. D. Radford
J. B. Johnson............................ 2.00 The above schedule will begin on the Informal Discusin-Membae
Fla. Book & News Co............. 1.00 3rd week in January and be continued This meeting will be the rr te
J. F. Harrell................... .......... 50 weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert for the program committee to ilen -
A. Lee Humphreys...................... 1.75 assistants with him. mend subjects for next year's we4.
J. H. Tucker........................... 1.00 It is important that all of the Me I
Carter & McCollum. .. ..... 1.00 ( ph tFinegan Camp Elect Oficers. old members be present
Total At a meeting of the Joseph Finegan MRS. W. L TIDD)I,
Camp of Confederate Veterans of Car. le'y.
iRespectfully, Suwannee county in this city on Thurs- -
THE SUWANNEE RIFLES. day, January Ist, the following were Thanks Her Vrien.d a Pu a
.. .. ....- ..--. elected officers for the ensuing year: i thank my fr
is much too long for reproduction in W. A. Tison, captain; Tom Kennedy, pub generally for th k my al pd
S. public generally for te ioW l MM
the Democrat. He discussed the con- 2nd lieutenant; J. S. Mikell, adjutant; age bestowed upon m d m .
vict question, the school system, the H. E. Delegal, assistant adjutant and lness reer in uie o.
I ... .. i ness career in Live


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advantage of the opport wity and iC Rev. T. L Peack pinch to his
people. and it the ;--a- .it of
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