Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00546
 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 22, 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: VID00546
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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the pretty White Wash Gooda,
etc., for the Spring Season, per

sonally selected by our Buyer, which is a guarantee that
they are the best to be found on the market, and at the right prices
Our buyer's long experience in the Dress goods business enabled him
to:know what to buy and how to buy.
We assure our customers a stock of Spring Goods complete in
every detail, and of such quality and variety as to give perfect satis-
faction to every individual taste.

Watch this space for what we will

have to say about this stock in detail

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mr will convene
R itfirst Tuesday
10m00ay in April.
of Jacksonville has
as a starter in the
7in Duval county.

Mk a saft out of a store
cared it off in a big
s woods where they broke

t is made fromS L A.
^Mmr J. F. Beckwithi fort
^HMmgr, has beem imde
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in Sanford's onward
is the plmsig of

^*|| seouf~ted am*u| ths
W dtP to L~ke Jees

^H~vA* Peala, Ad
R dku* which were to
Hby iJan. 1, have uaked
aity Council for a sixty

that the rumor that the cue
tad been decided by the late
i-d the Pardoning Ba W to
l to life sentence is A -
hkrif Freeman has bad a let-
Governor Gilchrist which
Omt the Cooper case will come
Ase fth of this month. -Arcadia

bala dispatch of Jan. 17 says:
|tM effects of the bite of a rabid
d two months ago, Edward
1 that place, a young carpen-
in terrible agony today, re-
hi! consciousness and reason to
minutes of his life. His little
I iho was bitten at the same time
father, is dying, efforts to check
|p l of the disease in either case
having no effect whatever.
two days ago neither father
Sany evil effects of the
tlt had received and both
|l by the symptoms of
W Is at the same time. As a
|of aSweat's death, unmuzzled
Ithwre are being shot wherever

"Joaon, a negro laborer, was
Skilled, his throat having been
Bmear to ear. Anderson Gordon,
po who is alleged to have done the
made good his escape. Shortly
ir 6 o'clock Johnson was seen to run
a house on Dewdrop alley, near
1 street, and Gordon was closely
Wim him .-Jhnson u'o n-vt R-nn

i wl l be flowed byip Be i
te acqoob-a matter in which the ij
imiverst is deeply intereftdfW.&''T ^ :' --
wo is undertaken in. co pdI t Sa y
with the atU geologlc survey. A'wilibe the. for a w
I *oadn ofitwilbe found in te of tM Th- pri
nMXt iMueof the University Recod, will be as '
a copy of which will be sent to anyone Roll calL...... fromnovelist
Palm'.. [e#,"MWraVirginia"
upon application. Pe
A dispatch from St. Augustine of Reading ......Sel Frances H.
Jan. 16 gives further details of the' Burnett, Mrs. White.
t a der of the Syrian peddler MRS. W. L Cor. Sec.
recently by negroes near that city and
say: "George Hawkins, colored, was eather ohMo.
given a preliminary hearing before On last Sunday at the beau-
Judge Cooper this morning and held tiful home of thebride' other, one of
without bail on the charge of having the prettiest weddings ,the season
murdered Charles Joseph, the Syrian occurred when Mr. Matthw. Weath-
peddler, near Hurds on January 7. erington led to the altar Georgia
Hawkins' wife, Rachel Hawkins, and A. Johnson.
Muns Smoke, were held as accomplices. Promptly at 11:30 o'clock Miss
lThere was no evidence against Peter Wise played the wedding h, the
Smoke and he was discharged from contracting parties entered parlor
custody. A number of witnesses were where Rev. J. S. Mikell s9 the
placed upon the stand and gave damag- words that made them husb and
ing evidence against the defendant wife. A large concourse of nds
Hawkins, especially a sister of the de- and relatives were present to
fendant's wife, who teatified that te he imppy event. After the e
Ssaw Hawki shoot the Syrian through all were invited to the dining
the window of the defendant's cabin. where sumptuous dinner had j
Mr. Joseph' Wfliams and his bother ppred After each had feaedW
who condut a turpentine still at Hurds thB rich visads fit for a king the
tested to the fidiag of the body in pali Wit for Jasper wber ie grde
the bog about a mile south of Hurds had already prepared a comfortable
and also of their visit to the home of commodious and cosy home for his
HAwkin, whee thel dicovered bood b ride.
Iains In different rooms of the cabin The bride was elaborately gowned in
sno of which had been partially wash- white satin, laces and ribbons; the
a$ t. Sherif Perry teatified to the groom wore the conmventiomal black,
lng of the body, of suspicion at- and the happy couple never looked
tached to Hawkins and of his arrest in handsomer.
Jacksonville. The sheriff stated thai The bride is the daughter of Mr. C.
Hawiins had admitted doing the shoot- A Johnson, of Suwannee county and is
ing both *to him and the officers in one of the sweetest &nd fairest girls in
Jacksonville. Peter Smoke was sworn the world, being a favorite with the
and claimed to have no knowledge of old as much as with the young, and her
the crime, he simply having been told friends are numbered by her acquain-
at the station at Roy that George had tances. The groom is an energetic
killed the peddler. Upon the sheriff's business man of Jaaper, respected and
request Peter Smoke was dicharged honored by aft who know him, and he is
as there was no evidence upon which to be congratulated upon securing so
to hold him. Neither Hawkins nor his fair a bride SPECTATOR.
wife were placed on the stand this The Democrat joins with the numer-
morning, the court holding that there ous friends of the newly married pair
was sufficient evidence against them to in wishing them bon voyage over the
hold them to await the action of the sea of matrimony.
circuit court. The evidence as nar-
rated this morning was substantially: C. H. Brinson, chairman of the board
the same as previously published in the of public instruction, and a prominent
columns of the Times-Union at the farmer of this county, accompanied by
time the grewsome and fiendish crime Mr. A. S. Meharg, the gentleman who
was committed." is here for the government in the in-
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VanUfa N-maiv Baumte|^
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And a great vaty of othwm M
Suffie it tam, iat if ILtMLd. ftI si
own production, SUWANNEE GINGB AL.bh
in quality and richnm of flavor, Lok fsr mrB
Label Registered, bearing the kmg of a r I
None genuine without it A fine Iedsr fr w M d
Wholesale Grocers. Our plant ais up to d"tim i
ular, being operated entirely by electrical p"nr a
tion of our goods. Yours for buji W and bss tj

Box 4

Live cOak Bottling Work.
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On last Friday morning while T. B. returned last week from a trip through a IT IT'
Owens and Benny Hoskins were driv- the southwestern part of the county le fTb I I rlu
ing, they were met on the road near and reports the farmers in that section OTHER MT
Haywoods, on Chattahoochee river, by greatly interested in the improved g A O CAtRt,
Peter Henry, a negro of more than methods of farming. They are taking WLTI.rS, AND i
middle age, who asked Owens what the old stumps out of their fields and $ED FO C4
right hehad to take his corn (which trying deep and thorough cultivation l 1T i 101^ALl."
o *moats0 o6..
had been attached and taken for debt) of the land before planting. Mr. Brin-, AWEK A ESS.
and at the same time began taking son believes that Mr. Meharg has al- rAL. CARD wm
from his bosom a revolver with which ready accomplished considerable good UMLMT
he fired one shot at Owens as he alight- in this county, and that his methods,
ed from his buggy. Owens then fired if carried out by our farmers, will
five shots with a Winchester at the prove profitable. MAXL BY
negro, the shots taking effect as fol- 22 O S
lows: One in the leg, three in the body The Young Peoples' Society of the 22 Oe Sreet
and one in the face, either of which Methodist church will give a "Measur-
would have killed the negro, except ing Party" on Friday, February 29th,
the one in the leg. The negro fell and at the residence of Mrs. T. S. Baisden.
died immediately, still gripping tightly Refreshments will be served on the
with both hands, his old-fashioned five-; lawn, in the afternoon, 3 to 5:30 for
shooter, cap and ball revolver. Owens, the school children and those who can-
.. Qnum QQ f.1- -_ 1 mit t u*n u!Au r e.Atc Mm A te1noe flA 4L^tIIU 1L ^ ^ sILL

wp n ....... wu w vvVam, %" 1rAS. j as soo on as neco u reach a telepnone, not aLt.tnaL 1 mlKII.. A rnoi. auii
I allto the ground and when help reported to the sheriff what had oc- Mickler will have charge of the candy
bd him he was dead, his head hay- curred, when County Judge Williams table. A large quantity of home
g ahost been severed from the body. and Deputy Sheriff Lewis went to the made candy will be served. The even-
ion, who is alleged to have cut scene. A coroner's inque-t was held, ing's program %ill consist of vocal and
o, continued running and made the verdict of the jury bcing justifiable instrunieiiai n-u>'c. rufreshnitnts, tc.
Shis escape, although he was! homicide. Marianna Times-C'ourier. The hour is from 7-3 to 11. The ad-
some distance by several men iss'on in th. -.fternoon will be 10
|boys. It was stated that the two At a meeting tL d by the Internal cent; A .crial invitation is extended
-2ll gat bing together all' lmprovenient Fund trustees at Talla- to all the ch-ircXs, and everybody.
afternoon, and that some words hassee a resolution was adopted provi- Y,,u ',IIi It Shad about the payment of the Iding for the election of a general su-
nblingdebt. Evidently Johnson was perintendent of the Everglades drain- FHll ,A[IE.
to escape from Gordon when he age work. The place will be filled Sat- : ad prk h,: ai a
cut. Times-Union. urday. o r 'ila hina trsin for
wI cut.- Times-Union. urday.
-i, f C,,nz }, ta hiiia trvves for

pt I Governor Gilchrist has appointed H. ShAile tree it. B. iggILr KR. 1F. ).
Cgpt. Cox and a party of engineering L. Bethel. formerly of Key West, to be No. 2, Lvi vc k
nt left Gainesville Friday for military secretary with the rank of li
The p rty.will ikt sthe rankof,-. \-' t,.,nt ,,lt, '-
The party will make surveys, major on the personal stair uf the Guy- ..

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N.574 JAC(SOWA" 1uLfA

We carry at JacksonAville a 6WN
complete stock of Portable aidslam&
ary Engines, Boilers and Saw ilk;
Wood-working Machinery;: all k& l
Saws, Belting and Mill Supphm.
We have many thomu"and of AS
Imtomers who will testify to ti 1
Litof our goods. It will pay yuutoo
" PRICES and TERM.S n r, ., v,,

We are Gen. Southern Agents for P lJ.AR Engine, ril^trand a S ,
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NEW Wall Papr wi W A
change pninviting A 1 6s'wr 1, lt at ,,at1)..Aa
dismal rooms into an at. I. I m Or P ,,0'"*
tractivC cheerful home. Vj-- CM b,
We place at your doo s
the privilege of selec- t t .-
tions from the laret Wt L
and most varied stock in ,
the Sout h. &

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t forget that we are headquarters for everything in our

sell at wholesale and re1il and can suit you in price and


Horses and




and Wagons

Oak, Florlda

Mel'^ran Mercatile Company. New Wholesale Grocery
Special attention is called to the ad- Live Oak.
vertisement of the above named firm, The Middle Fklrida Groc<
of Welborn, which has recently been has been organized in
organized, and succeeds the old estab- Mr. G. H. Davis as pr
lished and well known firm of A. W. ager. This company
MeLeran, which was established in 1884 Atlantic Coast Line's
and under good management has grown and they are now rec.
steadily to a large business. The foun- placing them therein.
der of the institution was born and This company will
raised in this county, and therefore is wholesale business,
not a stranger to our people. chants only, and W e,
The personnel of the new company is fancy groceries, ey, I
as follows: A. W. McLeran, president; feed stuff of all acture
E. B. McL6ran, vice-president; W. M. nection with the tun
Edwards, secretary,, A. E. Cobb, will enable ttil of tco
treasurer and Albert W. McLeran, jr. Mr. Davis, Worth
These are all business men who do not i has retired f he has
know such a thing as failure, and judg-1 Company, w of years,
ing from the past, they are sure to suc- nected for a of years,
ceed with the enterprise. This firm I to establish die Florid
will continue to carry all kinds of mer- Company. the bi
chandise, or such as is most needed in and the necessary
I the busin
this section of the country, and will in cessfully the busin
the future as in the past, handle all ively on the business
kinds of country produce. They are P. rotary and
special dealers in Sea Island cotton, of the a well kno
chickens and eggs, and of the latter busi this city, wh
this firm perhapss ships a greater ougwith all the
quantity than any one dealer buying the iae bs.
direct from the farmer, than most any uions made by
interior firm in Florida. During the pnufactmrers an,
year 1908, they shipped the following: hem to make it 1
Eggs, 12,500 dozen for which was paid retail merchant
the nice sum of $2,000. Also 1000bales is section of Fiori(
oi cotton, for which the sum of $65,000 series. etc,. here.
was paid. ive oak for a wi
They have superior advantages ye whole aie grocer)
many lines of articles haadled and c r. Davis proposes t
tried by them and therefore are alw Grocery Companyv sha
in position to extend any favors
courtesies consistent with good bp adapted ; the 6
ness principles.oaa te 0th
Webespeak for them a cnt ane Witch lazl.
good business and cheerfully corn nee Drug Co.
them to the public in general. ,


Thousands (
If you do. stop aI
call tand po'
mind to privc'J

You feel as if you had m faIm
mpy ineer at Tutrletime MaMnfactur. many when you have asev-ai ds't
ywit ing Plant Badly Injured. you? Save the face, yeou my m i;
man- C. E. Connor, engineer at the Oscilla but get get rid of the &gul& by .
the Turpentine Company's plant at Bran- plying Ballari's Somw Lwam l. VIn
building, ford, was badly burned about the face, thing in the world for rhatiemi
goods and hands and body Monday, and while his neralgia, burn, cutt, aI i
injuries are not dangerous, he has suf- back and all painn Sold byv Mwm
exclusive fered intense pain and will be unable Drug Co.
to mer- to work for some time. Kodol digests all the food you eat
staple and Mr. Connor, from what we can learn, If you will take Kodol for a litt
grain and had just stepped in front of the engine you will no longer have ind~uru. It
have con- when the blowoff valve was blown from is pleasant to take, acts prmptly.
ers which its position, and the steam with great hy Live oak Drug Co.
petition. force went into and through .he fire
company, box, throwing the fire, ashes and steam Kodol for Dyspepsia and Lndia~eti
Stephens with such force into his face as to will digest any and aU food at ay ad
been con- knock him down. As quickly as pos- all food at any and all tum K*d

, in order sible he c
la Grocery the fire a
ess ability covered.
y to suc- that afte:
ess. Act- could be
s will be
treasurer Fari'eris
wn young

o is thor-
details of
this com-
d packers
to the ad-
s of Live
ia to buy
There is
,'. and this
the Middle
lil be.
Oi'.t water
* Try it.

|l,'r ;i,.nies every month.
.Is itii;-"ural? Emphiati-
01 i;e up voilr
this needlsm suffering!


crawled back a few feet from
nd steam, and was there dis-
He was brought to this city
moon, and is doing as well as

Union Meeting

guaranteed to give prompt rdel. S%
by Live Oak Drug Co.

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The Suwannee County F. E. & C. U.
of A. met with the New Harmony lo-
cal on January 14th. There were 8
locals represented with 22 delegates.
The following new officers for the
county were installed: Geo. H. Dor-
man. president; H. M. Stephens, vice-
president; W. R. Dorman, lecturer;
R. J. Allen, secretary and treasurer.
Other officials to be installed were not
present. Some other business was
transacted before the dinner hour.
The dinner hour having arrived, the
meeting adjourned for one hour to pay
due respect to the good things the i
ladies of that neighborhood had pre-I
pared and spread on the table for us.
It is enough to say tnat we hungry
delegates did ample justice to the cause
and occasion. Now, Mr. Editor. if you,
wish to live high go down to New Har-
monv and those good people will feed
you on Plymouth Rock chickens, etc.
The hour for work having arrived,
the president called the meeting to
order, and considerable business was
attended too. Bro. Buzmrnan. ,f (Geor-
gia. was introduced and gave us a good
talk and told how the farnters of Scrib-
ncr county, tha., were wirkiing.
J. W 1ra :.., Jr.. -:kil for nluip
from this ,,rdr ffor I, ialiv that was
sick aii nerdd, ad a risat umn was
collected. i'f"r h, r.
Bro. W.. R. [)nrman ,:!' r,:.di a reso-
lution ,,f thanks to the hujitaile peu-
pie of Nt:w Harmony f5,r cujrtte.ies ex-
:tended us.
The ntext County L'nionn wiii meet in
Live Oak un the first Th'ur~dav in Feh-

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out of t'e systein through a c:p,,as
and heaAthy ~tion of tne bowo',.
Relbeve CouLlis by cleansing and
strengthening th, m,.cou .rsi.
branes of tht throat, ;chst, !uns and
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hotel i
fEnt of nexl
u the Sa
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atilrahlimB iu
of Peltsr
thepMU web
F brght-eyed
ethbw pietnqi
ro the odw Span
Ia the rich historic
metropols of Werl

iMkruaber eg
PiWvO r elected b
dce the admi&
htotheUniab alMI
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SThmas Brown, in
t m in 1868; MA&
b UB7; JARK Milton, is
it* (provisional), ii

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IM qeary L Mitchell,
Jin ig, in 901; N. R
^ ^ 9l9,A. W. Gith4r, in

S habit of intem-
1 t*m who presume tU
s hiibDing him as owe
k mot of which prob-
from his thick cuticl
-od increasing hi
h Congressman Wilett,
tae other day in the
Il by the tail, so t
Wwwwdlhipwith savage
k d invective and finally
Mlmua 'a us hero," we
Le rmelmd the raw" and
i wim he read the words
bitry as a hero is evi
hope of our spectac-
adtobe pilloried be
In the national house of
as te bogus article
mn ) t him like fire and made
W rage and panP .

Jr ex-Editor Jordau
iigibty even after
way. his trusty faber aM
tse tLigumwnbob with which h
Mr atdios aid determine the
ld=mrgrub in virtue of his of.
lsateP eM food inspector. He
1 tA l t a Gorda Herald front
Md after making a well&
mthet e debate judg~en
p uis upon the actsof theboma
I adks this suggestion:
' e~tfully suggest, also, thai
|fthmUnioa, the Tampa Tribun(
# Ite Phlnil Journal combine an(
F a thoroughly competent man at
iSrd ry to stay in Tallahassee al
id sad them full and complete
plMOm&and identical reports o:
Iai traaspiring in the capital
Ib a man all the records of all tht
pJ ad departments are always
W reports properly prepare,
u kaid be read with keel
| kh oug t the State. The:
IM ymeat all the newspapers front
|^ the error of criticizing public
| W< uIju.t grounds and discred
g tIhe in the estimation of the pteo

I flv13rbW I a lM"y ii
md a mber of ottSoWthenISb^t 44P. e J owi of 16
7T0l bwe of*hgs tetoloq y hai. He l Pio ws
b often eploed O in _M. m auWloyt tatyar ad!
theeharacter and career of General IBehi aBlld b tboadof
Lee that to say more wouldahnostDO- affdn betwM ti (both a t-
wMrilv be the repetition of what's rid). y TKa when
m already aid The mn hiWOO h bwrerw wa doweD
in thehe was
was almost incomparable in the fuolln t the Co a t ymar
orbed strength and splendor of his awas orerwbhehpd grief and
Schareter, and the whole Englishspeak- "= to have litte car his f-
inc word hueoeto look Wpon him tm rter that taggilFrL Hia death
Sone ofthe verymatest pride f remov notable fgrerom our
the race and to bracket him in* history journals for although be been
Switch that other Virginia rebel Georgegitd t n pbpen
SWuhigton. It isright to recall Lee t y hi reputation was m s a
virtues and his geni on thesereurr- writer on the Florida press a left
1 inga ivemnaries of his birthday, for an impressto2deep to be 9 for-
great human examples are among the
priceless legaci history and no finer ____
I model could be offered to the youth of
any land than that finished by the GeOOi troubles of her own t
personality of this illustrious man. We, her prdong authority very
select two recent opinions of him, one those brought pon the people of
t from a former foe dealing with him ida by our own blessedpardoning
P* asa soldier,andthe otherfrom up t Tallahassee. The Valdosta.
t*TImeuion as interest* ontri- ie :
hI.ts Utot the muject. The Times- "FtItyrix ma-slayers turned out o
Union says: the penitentiary through the process o
"Lee was the greatest English-speak- executive clemency during the year
S p gpluenlthat ever cwmnded an 1S me the figures furniedus from
army. He is often considered a defen- the records at AtlantL The blood-
' sive strategist-the man who in nearly stained criminals alrey in were re-
* every battle made teitck ad ford leaed a lt as the new ones were
Severe battle made t* aotrch OW oon brought in. Is itan wonder that life
the fighting. He fought only two great I wne
Sbattles on the defensive. In the others l cheap in Georgia?"
"a eatta ed. Hea erlost an impor. M wi are dimed to mintly
tant battle-only, at Gettysburg and nalyiO human motive and go into the
SAntietam was he checked, and in nei- questions of heredity and environment
Sther of these was he defeated. Leewhenconsidering a convict's applica-
was great as a general but as a well-Ition for pardon backed up by the vig-
Srounded character without fault or foi- orous pea of an attorney and with the
Sble he was the first gentleman of hiscause of the State unreprested, can
tory. Even in the bitter days of civil come pretty nearly finding excuse
war the enemies of the South conceded enough for any crime committed to turn
the loftiness of his character." i the criminal loose. And if this rule is
Major Eben Swift, of the general to prevail, a8 it seems to in Georgia,
Staff of the United States army in dis- with Florida a close second, it is high
r cussing Lee at the recent meeting oftime that society were looking out for
" the American Historical Association, some new and better means to protect
Said: i itself against its criminal element than
5 "Lee was the only general of Napo- our present system. When a criminal
Sleon's type who ever lived, and wheth- is caught and fairly tried and convicted
D er greater or not, who shall say? Of it is the quality of justice that should
o all great soldiers no one but Lee prob- determine his future-not the quality
e ably encountered as dangerous an ad- of mercy. No matter how much her-
r versary as Grant. Napoleon yielded at edity and environment may excuse his
e last to smaller odds and his disaster crime in an academic discussion of his
' was complete, but Lee's army at the case, it is the business of the courts
* end of the Wilderness campaign was as and the boards of pardon to protect so-
aggreNsive and high-spirited as ever. city against him, and that is certainly
'Le mave campaign in a single nt done by turning him loose to let
Syam; no other man and no other army heredity and environment prompt him
ev did as mucb. Napoleon's 'lucky to further crime.
Sstar' oft brought victory which hist -. ----
c cehiaations had not prepared, and, ,
saved him from disaster which he had | i J T $
net rmen. Itwillbe hard to find I l orida W
1 wdre luck and good fortune ever re-
r trived a mistake of Lee, or where the j WILL NOT BE GOOD ROADS.
I happy inspiration of a subordinate ever, The Times does not want to butt in
e gave him victory or saved him a de- discouragingly, but as it notices that
Sfea I sundry counties are contracting to have
-_ good roads built for $500 and $600 per
SNot under any circumstances would mile, it feels impelled to say that when
n we exchange places with the unfortu- i such roads are built they will not be
* nate John D. Rockefeller and consent good roads.-Tampa Times.
t to pack his frightful burden of a billion
Dollars after reading the following har- CULTIVATING TE LADES.
rowing details concerning that hideous Hon. ''Jeemes" Alexander, of Flor-

Mountain of lucre, carefully compiled by 'ida in general, paid this office a visit
Sthe Tallahassee True Democrat: ,Wednesday. Mr. Alexander believes,
hin woman suTerate and he sas in four .
"The newspapers are printing the n woman suffrage and he says in four
statement than John D. Rockefeller is ears' time he expects the women of,
I worth a billion dollars. Comparatively Florida to make him governor. He has
' few have a just conception of what a chosen a woman to be his private sec-
billion means. No man is able tu count retarv. and romaisbe1 utices to various*
it. You will count 16J or 17u a minute. uther rtr..r.i:a.lves of the coming
e But let us suppose you jCo up as high vereign pu'.wr. it needless for the
as 2w.t a minute. hour aft:r hour. At hithert na,,:.li.zing ma.sculine t-'i-
1 that rate you wuuid count i2,XA O an meant t'-' bthnr :*t':r hntiisd about pit-
Shour. ,.l) a day, or i,)5, .lu.utu a ting u;, ;A r, ,Aaniida'e. Tapliha.-.'A I
V I Tr I t'dr i.. ixTt
I year. To count a billion would require r
a person to count 2 aminutefor ape- ITi, ',,. .,.
Sriod of 9.j12 years, L342 days, 5 hours
- and 20 minutes, providing ne should [- ,. :" rr,:rr (ic
- count continuously. But -uppose we '...... r .. .

0- allow the counter twelve hours daily
%okMt. but impracticable It for rest, eating and sleeping; then he
wI r an t'topia. but not in Flor- would need 19,025 ears, 311 days, I10
S three dmirabie ppers men- hours and 40 minutes in whicn com-
OIW viht strck together fuor awhile piete the task."
l lir ifct comcurrence of opinion th t

SthL administration in power.

Sam Russ, the once briillaran news-

.hat w,:l riccA' tr e htav- .tattaxa-
t:on. Th~e -:&' tax ;s imnp, y ,j*r.
ed ny Trio: pt iun Tlat 'nsct-

& ,fed~ra~te w~te:t'an ~,hu~ji :.r talirn
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Will pay 4 per cnt on all sum kit in its

Savings Account. Interest period bgin
January Ist to 10th for next quarter.

Never befrc has the Bn m i

better position to accotlmnK at it's cuto

mers, d you aft invited to become one

of them.

CARY A. HARDMt, Pruldes

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to extend aid sd this practice must theabout in FlWi @' YV I t ,
necessarily be qmtinued until some per. Correspond to thee tiress Pe w
manent enactit of relief is made by' New York or Clieo a vw a tiw o
the legislature, Ai the laws now stand, If the exact arn ailm d mM.- 4
the counties aklUican make legal ap- temperature in Fl a fo r wm .w
propriations for t0I purpose and it is or even for any mmmcr up o them to kep the schools going.: listed and spread bmw ini da
-Tampa Tribune. North it would over- th pef
w----A ~NG founded on iomn iaMatm w4b ,
WILL MAKE A IONG RACK. hue on igomra c. ^ Telbs *
Hon. L. E. Robeoa, of Live Oak, ,Tim.-.'Unio.
;, inrAiru d hKv hia ht-a nonar the!

Live Oak Democrat, as &candidate for DONT G? TH E*IW M.
speaker of the house at the convening Well, Governor. ,dev fh v
of the legislature in April. Other can- "other boys w wrh a d
didates are Syd L. Carter, of Gaines- hard for you whoi. v -- ww-
ville, Ion L. Farris, of Jacksonville, It as right to OrWeAmr O J040
and James E. Alexader, of Volusia but whileyou aMe barig %m
county. Mr. RobersonisrtMongman, must not forget tw re Wa
well fitted by nature and training to Amonsg the ate ad & --- e _
acceptably discharge the. of the saints there ara WaDullacO dL e *
high office to which he a4ri and we Tampas Tribm. Will N M l 14
are rather inclined to the o!himg that Timse-Union, a ,id Orte" T--
his candidacy will give the otW can- That otaer vamimt knit of -< M
didates something to think about. Mr. Did, John LAFouS U. & WI -u
Roberson will make a strong rae and rewarded by Saom Tallhef wm e
the probability is that he wll be "Mr. the fat gum pob. TTk bt*m pm
Speaker" of the next hous&-Midison gwhist with hi Lak. 9l* k,
Enterprise and Recorder. \ points naturally to T a mms a
-- theneedleto tUe pui.. T ^ m
DON'T BURN OVER TRE F the "Ipublima d Msmr e- mm'
It has been told the farmer .Ilob not ov UOl tEI W .a fw ,''
times that he was destroying' "personal liberty" Allaun w'. so
friend in burning the trash offhA" Joe Ehrunnan. What T "tm lt h
to make plowing easier, but ill did through the Tim l o "
gows on, at least those who thinthey other prince of oud flt i.u '"-
know more than science, and road did not forxrt u 1 '4
of their vainglory and stupidity. Wril long the crumti mtI ,:i,. '- r, -'-
continue, with their nose to the News.
stone until they cease to barn. Jr, .. TPI ,.
thanks to an appreciative and enlig-;
ened understanding there are now thor- "What are Yu i '+,
sands f; farmers .xho do not burn their Ithere?' ." edt a AKt .,
fields, and it i those who permit na- a Iuthre wb..,-l. "
tur. t,, assit them in rest.,ring ftrtil- Of the pr t t, :
itv t'o thcir t:!Ids that are the .':, t-r- ocrat, A ne ., *I A
ous farmers )*f the l andA ha\c- :dai.a.< er C .~, .". ,
accounts. Bu: thee ',es rvt ..." W n: ,'- ,'.".' I: ,
won't the experierncef ':smIc- ",en. t r,.i-
pe a:i, ,vnt n :it :ri t.s ,&x4,rten .- ", ": w t' rla ,lW ,. l
good. cai:e ,,her ner n '.i e sae s.i p e pru-
U f.':'i~

15 BASEi', U ISNOR.NCr..
Itne greatest obstacle tj be overcome
in tne matter ,,) inducing northern im-
migration to Fionrda :s in the imagina-
tirr o\f n4,rt,,hcm neW~rpl that 2g 't wrm


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9M bea the wM maet here.
CAL Fd Buter went over to Lake
City Tuesday on legal business.
Special prices to Florida planter.
Bear's Pecan Nurseries, Palatka.
See the announcements of candidates
for city offies in today's Democrat.
Mrs. Joe Roof entertained the Pris-
cilla club on Wednesday afternoon.
The State Convention of the Farm-
ers' Union is in session in or city to-
A. H. Key, of Branford, was in the
city Monday evening en route to Jack-
sonvil e *
Dr. York attended the Grand Mason-
I Lodgeof Maaonsa in mia in Jack-
sonvilethis week.

Thanks are due our good friend L. J.
Gilman, of the Little River section for
a number of fine rutabagas.
We represent only the best Fire In-
mmumance Companies. Give us your
business. Braswell & Williams.
Mrs. Dr. Reeder, of Madison, was in
the city Monday adTuesday, the guest
of hw dstr, Mrs. J. B. Bartoen.
Wq-i-, bqggiea Amenma fencing,
farm madi ,ry. at muao d prices.
Florida Purchasing Agency, Palatka.
WaIer Blme left Monday for
Brownsville, DeSoto county, to look
after his turpentine farm at that place.

Dr. aWd Mrs. Eflrd are the proud and
happy parents of a fine little son
wic arrived at their home Sunday

FOR SALE A nice cottage on easy
terms; desirable locality-close in, with
water eammtionm and electric lights.
Apply at this office.
Lueius Nmeo., of Williston, re-
turwd hbi the ftint of the week after
a pleasant visit in our city with W. I.
Westbrook and family.
J. F. Kinkaid has moved his store
from hiW old stand on Howard street to
the Dr. Airth building on Ohio avenue,
opposite the new city hall.
Parker's "Lucky Curve" Pens.
You may return or exchange them
within ten days if not perfectly
salted. awaanee Drug Co.

Mr. tLucy Comnelly, of Springfield,
I1n, after a visit in tis city with her
iNm Mmr J. B. Barton, left on Tues-
ay for Taalpa to visit her sister, Mrs.
D. F. Connelly.
All who are addicted to the alco-
hol or drug habit, can save time and
wone) by consulting me. All corres-
pondence strictly confidential. Ad-
drss P. 0. Box 223. Live Oak. Fla.tf



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254 A iid 54 -~
25cka-3-cadI.ef i L
idefl-kuw nfaid
Two Good Show Cases 0'tsot .t,,,wwity the city
We mefy.

Cheap Ea ho has bees
quite sick for time, is convales-
O7c c c and pesspeed eove entertained for her
W OV^ ^A F speedy recover
On the Corner i, Eae who has been
quite ckf time, isVery mud
'" better, and are entertained for
Fresh bakers' bread every day at S. her speedy y.
P. May.. Ci for city ofiMe are corn-

See the advertisement of R. L. White
in today's Democrat.

fat in today's Democrat
S the announcement of two
and there are mnro tn t L

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Cot Harrell was a visitor at Lake 7-- W _ow.
City Monday on legal business. C E. Roberson, one of theA
See Bmaweli & Williams for Fire In- t attorneys of this city, wC
p oance. Claim s promptly paid. I poI _______tis ciy, wa
e. Claim promptly paid. |nJ ville the first of the week in
J. L. Barnes, a prominent citizen of at ce upon the Masonic Grand J. B. BARTON AM
O'Brien, was here on business Monday. LoPlo
Go to J. X. Strickland's for May J. M. Gornto, Judge Lamar G.
bipnd a* potatoes and all kinds of and Mr. Watts, of Mayo, passed C. J. wcGeewe in thea d eve ,
nI"4t i the city Monday en route toil days tbinttaer t o .
Capt. W. J. Hillman was in Jackson- L to Rattend. the Moic looking afte.busias
ville the first of the week looking portedthfrMlf debpla1 |
business interests. R. E Holmes, of the Live Oak Bot- Mioving his faily back to Live ( Ivi 7. 7p.kL
The Deo t Wood friendorka left Monday evening for d we all hope the report s tre.
The Democrat's good friend, W. Atlanta, Ga., where he attended on They would be greeted hem wih a __
Bevan, led to see us Sac t y Tnday and Wednesday the Georia cOrdial weme.i
renewed his subcripion, land Florida Coco Cola Bottlers' con- New business enterprise, new capi- Midge&k p
CoL C. A. Hardee, president ventio talisbeinginvestedand Live Oak is day I.
Fi* National Bmd, made a b
tr tover NtoMal n Monday The Worth Stephens Company have going to grow and prosper. Re GoodRM
trip over to Madison Monday. a page advertisement in today's paper gate v g will oetimre to- G oo
H. E. Barcus has leased the announcing the arrival of their line of and the man who "sit st j* ia the
recenom T. SBacateden, by J. L. spring dress goods. Their stock this bogt" and ineste ha U onI k 9m- 41-
hfro I. Baisdl, and t season will be one of the largest and inee county town, cityor country prop- Rev. J. F.
his family thereto. I best ever carried by this popular es- erty, will make big interest on his in- Preschig t
Mrs S. S. Sandford and OOP of Itablishment, and that's saying a whole vestment. Sabbath s--
Jasper, were the guests of SW Sand-lot. Mrs. C. H. Brown gave a party Sat- ae
ford's parents, Mr. andi P. W. L. Blackmon, of Pinemount, for- urday afternoon in honor of her little Prayer-meeti
Mays, the first of the we merly a valued member of the boar, )f daughter Brownie's fifth b yirtay, to iw t
C. B. McLeod retu ednesday public instruction, was in the city Sat- which a number of her little friends You e cord
from Dexter, Marion cf where ie urday. He was accompanied by Misses and playmates were invited. There Lervic
had been for several the Bt r- Mollie and Willie Kirby, two attractive were nearly forty present and they all E
ton & McLeod turpen young ladies of Pinemount. They had a merry and happy time. Little A
The Hampton plo yell and fa- favored the Democrat with a pleasant Brownie was the recipient of a number Jno A. Wi
The Hampton plo^ ell an f a-^ ^
vii.of pretty presents. morning Sam
vorably known by t ers, a ger- Een og psr
eral favorite all COUnty, at We understand quite a large acreage L F. Ingersoll and fa mily, and his Sunday Scho
the Suwannee HI Company. of melons will be planted in Suwannee son-in-law, W. B. Lewis, and wife, of 3 YP. U.,
vim Virmi er, an accom- county this year. Near Houston W. I Kentucky, and Waterman Dowling left Mid-wek n.

polished young asper, is visit-
ing in Live g week with her
sisters, Mrs. J and Mrs. R. E.

Mrs. K S
visit with hi
son, of thi
Hampton o
a week or
It isP
an up-

of Ocala, after a
,Mrs. F. E. Thoma-
Ieft Wednesday for
where she will spend

hat Live Oak will have
pera house ready for
next season's engage-
bieve such a building
paying investment.

i let the "Measuring Par-
sidenceof Mrs. T. S. Bais-
lay, the 29th. Come and
tall and short you are.
will measure you at the
laude Ansley and her bright
resting little son, of Brooks-
turned home Monday after a
I weeks visit here the guests of,
knsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

rs. H. G. Murphy. of
city the guest of her
H. Brown and family.
Y ne Miss Gardner.
fiewi ,,, inis city v ho

Zolfo, is in
sister. Mrs.
Mrs. Mur-
has many
%iIl l-e de-

'Pt U~~ 4 t. ..i ~churc en-
t, ri~uu~ t~cr'An' 4Ma.Get).
%k 3,

R. Dorman and others are now making last Saturday for Steinhatchie Springs
preparations to put in big crops. Me- where they are e* ing the camp life
ons always do well in this section of iand having a great time fishing and
Florida, and when early enough, bring bunting. They carried a tent and all
good money on the market, the neessaries to have a good time at
that popular resort.
Now is the time to select your plows.
We have the well known Hampton Dr. Armstrong, the well known Jack-
;,sonville specialist, will make his next
plow and ask that you .- and exam- iprofesio visitto Live Oak Feb. 4;
mine it-inspect it and test it, and you office, Hotel Suwannee. The Doctor
will find it the best implement for Su- has been very successful in overcoming
wannee county soil as a crop producer all forms ofr eye troubles, also the
nostratightm-ing of cross eyes without
and for general wear and tear it hasno knife. Hereafter the Doctor will make
equal. Suwannee Hardware Co. visits every four months.


Fancy Groceries


The I ive Oak Foundry and Mcahine
Shops have recently construitei a neat,
commodious and comfortable business
office just east of the machine shops.
and friend C'ook. the bookkeeper, is so
proud of it that ne can hardly tear him-
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", t! *l .-tla e .ilard i ilie 1. .,..
M. Wilson, a oodi, substantial Machine Shops.
farmer who reside, two miles south of Among the new building-, t,, son o
the city, was in to see us Monday and up in this city is a handsome three-

talent the city affords, regardless of
denomination This grand and uplift-
ing song is soul-stirring and deeply
touchiing, inspiring, full of smelly and
a rare treat for all Christians and lov-
erV -i ;..'h -;vn. -,,fngs The begin-
1 t :,

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are in rcev~t 'jt I Anntht~r shipment of
the c'elera!,ii Ifann't~ n tilnvwtr ,rkny

da.y evening, 7



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wk .'*e
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Regular preaching agmvi
and 7 p.m.
Sunday school at 1iO m A
Loyal workers at_ So ],
Prayer services-
i ~ .4 IN-ME S
Buy a Parker's "LW 1
Pen, use it tean days adIt q

^w ^, acuty suiteO, return or asm
_*000_ Suwannee Drug Co.

Suwaanee Demsc. $1.0l

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these cold nights
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'Steel wheels, 34 inches in diameter, with 2-inch

,Drag hooks are raised
6f the foot treadle.

or lowered by pressure

r' lWheels and cylinder spider both have removable

S. Has an easy spring seat that overcomes any

Cyintr revolves on the

axle, and the axle

does not revolve, hence there is no danger of
Mi es or trash winding about the axle.
Trash cleaners on the axle brush away any
that might have a tendency to clog or gather
l between the kni ves.
Has a steel hood or cover which is carried com-
: pletely over the knives, protecting the driver both
from danger of falling on knives and from flying
dirt and stalks.
The most successful and satisfactory Stalk Cut-
ter in the field.
Is practically all steel and wrought iron.
Any degree of penetration can be given the
mnvTes by means of the lever, by which the entire
weight of the driver and machine can be forced on
the knives, which, in case of damp or heavy stalks,

car. be increased by putting such
box as may be found necessary.

weight in


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DllTHl.I BBl1'

De ar itftc H iMe l m ethods--
Has BniOffimsa I

Everyone for whomlr. Bailey has
worked is marveling e gentleness
and skill with which his pa-
tients. He performs t difficult
dental operations t imand is
able to save many teeth er other
dentists would fail. Dr. y removes
nerves and extracts teeth his own
painless methods which hav o equal,
and at which the people
Dr. Bailey will be in Live at the
McCullers Bro' building, How-
ard street, to demonstrate his
methods as executed at his J
office. (the only strictly antisep e
in the South.) His force of
and large volume of business s
him to turn out the best work at
below that charged by dentists in
offices which will not average
than one set of teeth per week, w
IDr. Bailey's force make from five
Fifteen full sets in a day. As m
practice perfeces the operator, y
'should not fail to take advantage of'
this opportunity on Friday and Satur-
day of each week, more especially as
Dr. Bailey (to advertise his Jackson-
ville office) will work at the following
low prices:
M ll mt of teeth, $5.00 up.
Crowns, 6.00 up.
Bridge work, $5.00 up.
Fillings, 50e up.
To demonstrate the painless work as
done by Dr. T. A. Bailey and his ex-
perts in his Jacksonville office, Dr.
Bailey will be at the following branch
offices in the Live Oak district as fol-
Live Oak, Friday and Saturday, at
McCullero Bros.' building; Madison,
Thursday, at Merchant's Hotel and
sample room. Jasper, Monday, over P.
D. Sandlin's store; White Springs,
Tuesday, over J. E. Milton's store;
Lake City, Wednesday, at Central
The above schedule will begin on the
3rd week in January and be continued
weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert
assistants with him.

Jacksonville office, 12 "
Florida Trunk Co.



S. H. ETTER, Proprietor.
Trunks, Bags, Sample Cases, Fancy
Leather Goods.
12-14 East Bay Street.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8, 1908.
Dr. T. A. Bailey, City.
Dear Sir:-The work you have com.
pleted for me, which consists of crown
and bridge work, I consider as perfect
as is possible to do.
I am more than pleased.
Your painless and anticeptic methods
are commendable. I cheerfully recom-
mend them to others, and predict for
you the success that your careful treat-
ment of patients and excellent work
merit. V\'e y s.nco.ely,
S. H. EI'ER.

.1. WH. W ITE.
Merchant, .ayvor South Jacksonville.
So. Jacksonviile, Fla., Dec. S. 1908.
Dr. T. A. Bailey, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Sir: The work you did for my
wife ha iro,,en entirely satisfactory
and to be all vou claimed for it, and
thou.,h the prices were most. reason-
able. I know I couhlc not have procured
better id,, 1 paid ,uibl!e the price
charged k, %ou.
Your a-. ciieptinc ,lcet a Ind (eA and'
inle.- u,,k \iS': a!~ways b,e appreci-
at,.i b\ ,iur alit-nts.
I lat 5 rt.-,,n i',iiid you at ever op-
prrtur '\ Ketspec'tfuily.
MJa-r ,o. Jack.,onvile, Fla.

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Can sell you a Good Set

Buggy Harness at




Live Oak Manuifturing Co
Lumber, Shinles, Ioe, letrie
Lights, Power and TwrpeatlM
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnibd for
Residence or Business Houses at a very re-aonablh 11
Electric power-Day and night current-for manuftart
Sholesale and retail Ice-out of City order have nw
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.

We wigood prices on low grade
loorig. Coe td out ces


aus $1. and we'll pWkt Md 46it "SOt 1 o
lysells at fvttill stmO W IW Im. 0100
back with tIfub ruft M WO ft" Ild "6
goldea and highly pouhe MAGOIS9 8
You c gs re lota of wI b ta. 01
t at boys u l to MIhOf
10ft se'llsthem rirt' t" %'. is II;W the a fms
(a g you heavy t #,c Mhate" 8- 4 J
Ire for paror. diets$ M IM. 1 'Po
Ef c fhjiar geehssda ft 11 40e
to y oaur mor V.. 6. mu ~s w, 6
Tail postw 1*467 O Caftmew 60-1 OCMO
List. noM IS am NG Yr-t "6
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Ship us your WANTED.


Liberal Inspection, Prompt LADY AGENT
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All Communications can be irect with the Live Oak Cigar Factory. ,

Mail Orders be promptly attended to.

SSLibrary. N Application for Charter. make and dopt DrLkw for t he goumn o
Live Oak's Public Librry. 41 the affai< of miatid "Mt aw sa the o
There are many citizens in ourmidst, yu to! thaeGovrofthta te of I timG.< IL Davis Aw be t F._ li tae
Possibly, not aware of the fact that we Florida, on the day !I =i ft P. Wa M.
m ol A. D. 1909, for the issuame to them! S,=rt ,,Y and hrrklx 1' l dl
have library of more than six hun- Notiee tati.e to Apply for Let. f s r o r Lettebs Psatnt upon th!c 8 =
dred volumes of well selected books. terN PltNet. if r hands anr. as Ois 1th sdh Jam itsn.rmi sof said cSI
Mamyof the children are hearty pa- me.,,i .rhteao.bu i t ^U
tmar of thi institution and the inter- of Forid tie.f i s t b gris that the OCd. a. BLACKI, a i
eat is growing. The-number of books lw hs, e., M ra .- e- J G. s aln hbe ,=the ma c ut i= .. ".
bold be doubled this year. The de- cerptes body Mlitk a wi te 1st h eh r of an Intended Corporatvion. I
mad for new and more books is grow- d ayDleSGAb rt W. tilhri t. d. the to.Pow
ae Alet w Goet, Gfoteno of the otam. lhCopo rae tNorth .The mad mt s
Weekly. Anyone can aid in this of Florida. for letters patent incorporsting K lam comp ny,. nd its al pl.cal b e. r ith il,, Gt Nv a Line (l sel
eby paying one dollar a year and .of of sect. of the State of Florida. F [LiAve Oak. Florida. aa W. P. Wat e b
benme a member of the library asso- A. o KEY. 2 Oak. Fl rida. .". shae s d -l
tim I know Of no place Where a J I- LLANGS 4 Thgeeralnature of the business tobe trans. a R DAVK I*S
W. H. SflPH acted by sad corporation shall be the buying. F. R W3 ACWM a
dohr invested can do more good. The ArcL 1. mllina rad lr nufte-ring all kinds of dr sd W. P. We 0b
libay building is the yellow cottage Nad andw. County f Suwannee.r Before me on thi da
wstof the court house. The rooms ct*- The name of the o the buyiL ..Uia and -lii t-gia rof t5ti erfsoshpp ., feared G. KL Ivis, F. L Mcor- do
mbe "Kl f i Compsh." ar te ctbliands .ad Ull kinds of buiainnd |' andmack and Wo. P. Walker. vhi on o ath ckn I D_
me akely furnimhed and the books can stion z. T piaeipal pwce of bJ i k Buildig bomu for otas by concm tun tlfari n 'dii
Ilotbn I t on Tuesdllys and Fridrya te corporation shall be in the town a or oahin(, buytil ad selling and building tsubs rs t tthe cadptlw fa.d Voth r imd f rl
be ottn out on Tuesdays and Fridays. in Suwannee county. Florid.buttb ouses for rent orfor sale
Si a lribry board consisting of shall h the right to establih bran In it e where I have hereuto s
I tIM lood, pblicSpirited women and it i tnorporated at any otherpoir nts, The capital stock of aid corporation shall be had and 31 this 14tth oy of Jw1y0 m t
me good, public-pirited women and it incorporated at any othetp five thousand dollars divided into fifty shares, of FRED. W. BUTLER
m who look after the institution and within the State of Florida. par value of one hundred dollars each, tn [SAL.] ot Public
ARi 2. per cenbrariant. of which is to be id for in abh before ___
i Rifod acts as librarian. It is the Genral nturetm of i business to bt said corporation is athorised to commence bsi-
bst ivttment in the city, yet there section 1. Te nral nature b'-iness nw the balance of said capital rstIk to be pawi NOTICE. Not ic r
batinvest n in the ', y i to be transacted by the that in lawful money of the United State. or in prop- a* as emt
to be tn ransacted by the f boots. erty. labor or services at a just valuation thereof Notice is hereby given that undir and by air-t f Q
a n o n l y a f e w w h o h a v e s h a r e s i n t h e o f b u S k e o r t v ^ t h e r e o f N o t i c e a =kyo f t h a t uM A i s b y f 6 0 `
Srprite. I dare say one dollar in- abo nh s"tin, aoe k hard- to be mixed by the band of directors at a meeting tue ef a final deem in Chancery mde bg IEM m sS S
er i n- sh et h ts kinds called for that purpose. B. H. Palmer. Julge of the Circuit Court. of dte cWt -i M I
vted in this library brings larger re- f i ta tesuhc lud to en- i. Third Judicial lruit of the State of Florida in c atnmai
Sin this e dollr invested in an larger re- aoinbd gaa co rporn shSel cse s
Sthan one dollar invested any- retl business, id corporation shall t fr y years. and for SuwW cot that certi
dirts eke in the city. Intelligence ad to U lr L md things 5.wherein Charles H. Brown is eomplinmt and A. i. i.. ..il
thg else in the City. Intelligence dtob ands l Wialter J. Bryson and his wife Alice Brym are a dw ti E
ncssr for a whallale "lfaltltd The business of sid corwratiun .hall be con- defendants, pending in said court, ad wherein .iTL Z I lt
cuntU for more today than it ever did businw. and to have all and ducrted by Preaident and Trtasurer. Vice-Presi- said defendant Walter J. Bryaon waM decreed to opuleS ony wS.i k
SoUw ad ad during the next gener- Ieident toa geral w retail m,- dent. Secretary, and they shall be elected the fnrat pay to complainantwi thin e day frv a ddi- f.d- lrS.
*il ouaadtuein tenextatl brni sb ; to deal in note, Tuday of January of each year. and until such tionof aiddeee, thesumof Sa.0.8 iad$ O 8d iSin '.l..aujd/
atriM intelligence will still count for mortgagee aod other 1 *ldw. election and qualifineation of said officers the busi- attorneys fees, u ablo ot of said nit, ad in j, .
r. We n't h for a g t Seetion 2. The corpor i have and en- t of the corprion hall be cnduoted by the default thereof that the following deeribed Lads flw2i lS S?
ro Wo a't hope for a great ire- foy aower, riht and oft y eor- underiBaed. should be od to atisfy id decree, mand whermi -i=l-d
prevement on the part of the gener- Porati of e this sof the State GEO. E. PORTER JR. asPres. and Tres. I the undersigned special muter we appointed 7 Jll tdAl: #
of Florida to msue and its corporate C. D. BLACKWELL. aa Vice-Prea andSec. and directed to exeute aaid decree; aid .re a siatMiI
atlOs that is passing away but the boys capcity;t oMtract i ted with: to bearing dieted t Deeemer 19sa. daid _ape- i S ..' rrr. i
ndlirls who constitute the coming uecr^toi dins s c for thecr- 6. ci l muter on the th o Fbru. A. D. M W% S
girlspaos: to deal in decr ees; to do~ Thehighest amont of indebtedness or liability 1909, before the court house door in the city of Z. tm ul i
^ntta must be informed or life ~ Lta^e i~ t writh it charter to which the orpotion at ay time subject Live Oak. in sad county and state, durin the
udaot immusttuuoi rnporate laws of itself a cll nteeed the sumof fifty thousand legal hours of ale. will offr for rale, ani to'
will be a failure with them. Good e said State ld d.lr. Ithe iht a wd b erd for eas a tVh foll *' j
t I do a id th. haihestand bestbidderfor cash the follow-. jon u.id
ie real property, lying and being Ia n 4a
books are our best companions and a rc-" $k- The names and residences of the subscribers and 'situate in said county of Suwanee. or so much
Ckr Lkhr m thk chp t w r the ameut of stock subescribed for by eeh: Geo. thereof a may be neruay to sratisfy aid ua .
pu iC rary is the cheapest way to action 1. The capital stock author- E. Porter. Jr., twenty-five shares. C. D. Black- of money decreed to be paid complainant and the N notice of Apl4stla.r Vi
benflt the largest number; so put your rid y the be 51.0.00. divided well. twenty-four hnr am d J. G. Goggna. one cost of of said proeedings, to-wit: t of 8E4 Scctios H of Chepw se
sinto 100 vaul ofo o f $100.00 seth *hai all of Live Oak. Suwannee county, Florida. and SE' of SW.. section 15; entire section 23.
mame ad dollar into this institution ,prmtt.of tal stock shal. be paid In witness thereof we heunto set our hands SWIof ctioM .N. SE'ladN'- SWof rw ,

aad et the benefits for yourself and for iae teho ac any busn to>.:d this 4t t th d o1f r. D.19. s.ctio 25 in township 5. Suth rw 14 Oet i Noti e in W Iv,4 gLm
ecorpon c t ny Ibuines. GEO. E. PORTER. JR. SW% and S1, of NW, of section 22: SN. NW I et r e f Tu td mw4_
your children. Do not sponge off of awdthe capital stock shall be C. D. BLCKWELL. and WofNE fsctin28:;S1of Sh. NW i dayof Jun.nA Ii,
oeid gen neosanntertan J. C. GOGGANS. of SE% anid NEN of SW of section 33 in to- I da bo ke
otre' gerosty but do the manly 4 offoi and certificate of in myAse-dedo
th tto the respective stock- State of Florida, ship, southrange ISeat; W) of NE h of deto s
and womanly act by taking stk yr- holders of 50 per cent. of tho Su County. Before me a Nota tioa 1. township 7 south. range 14 e Lot i of t sc -I
riV. ATKISSON. capital odrsspes iPublic. Persol ,al cGeo. E. Porter.Jr. C.D. ction 27. SEN of section 31. E,. and 5) of skinatd is rw4i il 4
by:Mt tohorim ash stk od r o paying ckw J. G. Gomggana to me well kmwn as NW% of seetion NW1 of scion 34 in w- SW4 el a%.
stockholder so paying. BsakweLl.J.G gg nom e w el Whaip 6 south of range 165st. mass fl.. 0
Te om certiiate shall be p- the forwa subscribers and acknowledged that >.
Handme Presnt. scribed of the corporation. they ,/ecatad sbcri the ame for the F.W. BUTLER, Tse r ltlhs.
us" ad Purpos therein Wt forth. Special later. ime ed =al
S. .LE 4. Witna My hand and seal of ce this the 16th Dated this 29th day of December. 190. known. Usk- ide
Ssn. J. C. Baisden is the recipient of The t corporation shall exist day of January, A. D. 190. --di to w I
a handsome cut glass set from friends sct t in shall exist andon- f i L K PICqARD. NOTICE. theUtii Lh.f a&
of the Methodist church. No oneof ninety-nine years, unless Notary Public for the State of Florida at large. Wiath md y di Y .iw .
sof the etodit hurch. N oneoner ing to law My common expires December 11. 1911. Notice is hereby given that under a by virtue 14th l
take more interest in a choir than Mrs. AaTICLE 5. of final decree made by the Hon. B. H. Palmer, ('rk C.ircuit Cert
no organist could be o the business i to be trans- Notice of Intention to Apply for Let- Judge of the Third Judicial Circuit of the State! A (M
Baisdn has, and no ornist could be P of Florida, in and for Suwannee I ovnty, in Chan-
Sters Patent. i eery. at chambers in Lake City. Florida, bearing -
more appreciated than she; ever business (,f the corporation The undersigned subscribers to the capital date January .th. 1909, in that certain cause 4_ "*
thoughtful, kind and attentive to its by and under the control and stock of the herein afterwards named crpora- wherein Hinely-StepheNr Company, a corpora
o it h ha pent an a p a board of directors, a president. tion. hereby give notice that Lhey will apply to ton. are complainants. and J. H. Rogers. Fannw ,
beas interests, she has proven an adept 3 secretary and treasurer, and a Hon-.A. W. Gilchrist. Gu.crn:ur of the State of B. Rers and International Harvester Compan) 'nde and y v l
in keeping a well organized choir The er. Pr,vided. that the office of Florila. on the Nth day of February. A. D. 14. are defendants, and in which said cause the Inter- aran under the haSm d
in keeping and secretary may be filled by f,,r the issuance of Letter-r 'a:ent incorporatlng national Harvester Conmany are crtuW bill con- Court in smd fow dAswnei
members of the Methodist congrega-i ame perAn,. atd provided, that the tirin a-. a corporalon to do business under the piainants and J. H. Rogers, Fannie B. R(,er 'th@ I "t aY oS Je248. 4
dent and treasurer may be hflii ir,r. lurLrate na[me of Midt.:e Fkt. ri.da ,rmt-rv t.'m- arid Hinely- tephens Comupany are defendants; I Corncli Allr. st aL tt II4 a
tion appreciate her beautiful niusic. same Ier-,n. Pa!!i. with a charter as ticriri .ftcrwari and in s-til decree, i. the undernigrn Special t.h' oet tf ke-g rlae. I her --
M EMBER. All ,,f the -, id !irectlor anl. ,tic.rs f,rtli. :t opyv ,jf wnich has this dayv een tiled in Master. wan july apointed as sad Special Ma.- f ro.t of the nwrl bw4n.r t r I
t a. t l ,, id,',,sn friman,-rg t 'S;,N"- h,,rmice. qi f Secret:lr ~ oif S'a'e f :het S -ta ter and re(aired to execuite the final decree made i ( SU A*rn-. ,;*"d t iW
-- the c,,rtra'.,,n at the ann,.al hn l "'a in said au. 1 assaid Special Master w Ii on th. Of Janmu r, 4 IA& .dwm d ell
NOTIC 'E. i !t.-- 1 ', t hd 1', th,'- 'o I Ij >\ S. :i: stdas f. Ft rua... \!Wo. tt befi:r- the c,.:;t h u,,r l '* 1,I& "i ,irt r c ti *
l- a,".;wan nr e county. Flori,.!;.. t i h.' F- ,.CnRM \ii ,l,. n Il.ivr(Oak.' S' an .%-(',,.ril>. Fh'rla, .ljr- *lo. a wl H g
O'Brien, Fla.. Jan. 1. t' '" '. w AIKL;.. : ,< hA.-.Ea ho:!, af a:' ,l'er af,r o air t ar r,'ll 't!* t (,- har r i-
in I. ; ". nd n the r i.aI :i, i h'cst t,.,ii,-r f,,. caT ,. or -A, nm ,'h r. f Y -r b* r ;
Editor Democrat:- Please a:ll\w fl ',n r*.- ,. .athknol i rr ha'en. a, ,r:v A i- I T !.,'-...^ ,,,-" :h, i.-t i,'nr.t..i e-i tu, ir- 'AC'i,,.rni J AM
space to announce that there \\ il a' 'a p a r i. cr.. Ii', '.- r, 'rt: n ...; V .. i. H.'. -,' .tna,> a r. a .l cl,,-', a ": & ; Ine a A.
h. 't,,a,'!': r;iri er',\ ,n; .I it lr, t i pa ,'' itt Ha,'rv.-'cr C'IA;'a '. ", A t i "-r,: 'S:
Union rally and dinner at o'()' it llt s c,, A,-; r- ei,-c,.d andi nub,.:,'l j' a. .,~'''-ai S an.,i -i!. h .- ,','i i*A rg ,i.s r: ''rt -aJ pr-.,-
N. ,'v. !::;rf.,,rd. : ,r i Fh Z !a. a,.,i 'uch tr,,-r :,ac -- '" Si ,'; ha: f Nurlhn.a-' t arri-r ,,v"
be held.with the Petersburg F r anii W i. S: Z. S ,.,,- ,. ,.. : uh n.! a'. T
the first Saturday, the 6th da uf. ih0 i,.*: .. .. :' ,. ,.... .. :::: ,s.-AA
ny.. 'il tin hlCr H ., t s'r, ,'1t A irafi-l
ruarV. Everybo v invited 0t edti i: .I <.:.1.I'i. A H. K. ei :ra ,. e'." lJ -. -
bring well filled basket.. gi .hr, : rr :"r 'v t M, r.....:. A I -- : M.: : ,, ,', a a
,. 4aBri -- ni' ,r '-'" ". ,- )Te ,l'r .itng !ct -, 9 :,-
T. C ,!),i -ehv and V H.S:l ,, withCr \\ 1L AJ .l wr -rLl j! and1 Vi H, S h- f-
: Bra,; f. .":,,-,'!a. -ha: t ,-,r ,in T ,,atl L, Direc'urs eay frnr: tirte m,_ e .ec:!d,- A\i l.;,Ti; 'P : I'N1II. ..ahuir, D Ir.`l Str.t.ri % iii, mi l
,(* 1 rr Inr t~rs d:',, ,:'!. 1 ,i ,.:ficLr s :; d dirtc,,,rs shal ie ,n rot icu.-.t r .' ,, l i. rda. .',... ,,-.. ,, ,' ,, -, ;aer!. r l.Idn't i I : Ar
d"lixin not ,ncti~i, ralt At r n" la[. AAf "rilda.
.,crtches, but especially re A KRTI i: Jo. of t erl.-, geera:ir d ,...' r ::' I a f r --
I f u c t' dl l ,. and.tdr. and 4r,n er f n :,. .. a ,, ,,,r .:;. ', -
f(Ir jilles 1)eW itt's Carbo.1 ft !1. a x! 1o ..i.,, .'a` Of ,,
.t't'tb ."l, !D' I y n t i..a > nl '-ght-', a' ,iuA .it afhr- .-ad e 'di--- a tc dlv ,.^ !,-a..l'a it ', .. ": '' 2. l' hMl a. cr ** .-
? i~? *h -oiY n. It .n 1 s arl'.:d iod:s .e f rf e.' r a't. a',.: bc c. :: A. hiA. r- ,4 ar it. a V. a "t @
th2zrl Salve. ld e '. .:.,, ,. ,... ,.. .
.tih' '. .. ; ,ARTICL.E I E. R E, t* .', r. .
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and huasmore good points about it than
of biakindon the market. Has neiter ehin
bait nwo orjara the fertilizer out of the
r wieh ne it to the ground and spreads
r made by the opening plow.

AiN tinlua
Pries, la atr

made~ steel spinrgsteel bu *
nt fro&apeck to f mm b *

r wttm ph~afrmkb

SPdoe, t5.75

I' UANT STRi rOR No. 1, otyF eed
S mget ost perfect made. Far superior to anything
the market Unsurpassed for putting out all kinds of
, easily regulated to distribute the proper amount; no
ft to turning rows.

Is built]
on Guano wI
horse; hopp.e
makes of dist

."1 want your business this year in Agricultural Implements of all kinds. We cai
^ chance. We have a very complete line of everything you wil

The Hair Hardware

S.H. H. BROWN. Manager

Pri $6.756

T MSIJIrrI N. 4khtiary F
Iteel frahmewith covering plows to list or bid
utout, at at one operation, one man and om
nearly twice the amount of Guano as otba

I will
0. C

All we ask is a

jeO money.
iklee us*,


W. Doke to Lecture at Baptist

anma N Ath ctlases of
1- -
i^atdibt mcred Rev.
K IC~ra rd the First Baptis
plftg -f or m of his popWlU
ai M wiiMest zurpu" trip.
:Sl At the Baptist
te2f th inst. His
"i A "Artoar of Paektine,
lltlUi'M m .and "to''
*- hMK r ime oftbel otpmes
;|i: "tm two elb s of young
8irilaMears of the expense
bstot lecture and make it
) am. A cordial invitation

isWh rays that there is al
ih l for the people of Live!
mkbrtrall who hear Mr. Duke1
Swtirmany obligations to the
*id Pdilathbes for the oppor-

l .QIqthat Mr. Duke is a fine stu-
a l a t mad impressive speaker;
h eaems observer and has the
San rod howp faculty of reproducing
:sti in a e m so u to make others
utain U.W leture will be instruct-
A i nad t highly entertaining.


S Notie is hereby given that the street
eu-mmMittof the City Council of the
qt of ULie Ok, Florida, will receive
: dor the eMtrtion of the follow-
Sa sidewalks, bids to be
jJidtftI 12 o'clock, m., Tuesday, Jan-
i M Ui Bids to be made by the
yW d aad to include all material
8 hA brick wall for curbing.
A djmk 9 feet in width along the
,ad od Ohio Avenue, abutting lot
aOt the south side of 10 foot
MOth of the White Barber
rd V mth 50 feet. A
-- HD -- A-~ .*AL -**--1A


For the convenience of tax payers
we will be at the following precincts:
Wednesday, Feb. 3, Dist. No. 4, Su-
Thursday, Feb. 4, Dist No. 5, Union.
Friday, Feb. 5, Dist. No. 7, Rocky
Monday, Feh, 8, Dist. No. 8, Dow-
Uing Park.
Tuesday, Feb. 9. Dist. No. 6.
Wednesday, Feb. 10, Dist. No. 9,
Thursday, Feb. 11, Dist. No. 11, Lu-
Friday, Feb. 12, Dist. No. 12, Kirk-
Monday, Feb. 15, Dist No. 20, Bur-
Tuesday, Feb. 16, Dist. 19, Branford.
Wednesday, Feb. 17, Dist. No. 17,
Thursday, Feb. 18, Dist. No. 15, Mc-
Friday, Feb. 19, Dist. No. 10, Nebo.
Monday, Feb. 22. Dist. 14, Welborn.
Tuesday, Feb. 23, Dist. No. 16, Le-
Wednesday, Feb. 24, Dist. No. 18,
Hickory Sink.
Thursday, Feb. 25, Dist. No. 13, Pad-
Friday, Feb. 26, Dist. No. 3, Pine-
J. N. MEEKS, Tax Assessor,
J. A. McLLOD, Tax Collector.

We send postpaid, FREE, a valuable
present worth $1.00 to each lady who
will send us the names and addresses
of 6 ladies in her vicinity who are suf-
ferers from female weaknesses. Only
correct names and addresses accepted.
Address P. O. Box 206, Chattanooga,

Italian Farmers for Florida.

press dispatch from Paris conveys, A young
the information that a colony of five: the other da
thousand surviving victims of theearth- in a news i
quake in Calabria and Sicily may be ticularly
settled on that tract of land in Manatee gan to abuse
county known as Myakka. The owner er things rma

of this land is Duke Pompeo Litta of done anything g
Lombardy, who proposes to donate it would have publi
for this purpose, in order that a new man was wholly

the OsId

i a newspaper
to find k name
mecti n t par-
hereupon he be-
andamong Ah.
t if he "NL
paper neve
SThe young



Messina may rise in a land where earth- meat of news t -M
quakes are unknown, if the consent of of the keenest plaoe to
the Italian and American governments newspaper men- come to u
can be obtained. Five thousand would compensations of the t
be a notable addition to the population recurring opportuni the oft 9
of Manatee county, and is about 8 per dealing out kind wordfB m
cent of what the total population of cling good wherever it ehrni'I
Florida was in 1895. In fact it is sev. appearance. No news e its
eral hundred more than the whole coun- the name ever allows its y of
ty of Manatee contained in 1900. These fleet the personal prefe to re
Italians will be given farms. The Ital- udices of its editor. It is I
ian is naturally a farmer. The expe- that the bitterest enemy o $
rience with them in New England, does not get the fairest an t
where many Italians own farms, is that siderate treatment in then
in intensive farming they cannot be of his paper. If any one
beat. They are thrifty, frugal, light- commendable the newspa
hearted, progressive and make good to proclaim it with full cri.-
neighbors. A community in which whether he who performed their au
many Italian contadini, or farmers, are deed is friend or foe, it is not A
settled soon becomes prosperous, is is to color the account one iota.
said, but they are gregarious and pre- I the unwritten law in the office o t
fer to live in colonies with others from: real newspaper The impression, ;'
the same Italian province.-Short Talks fore that some people labor under
in Times-Union. their names, in connection with a r,
item, are used maliciously or bek t
DIispoeing of ('oper. of any unfriendly feeling on the Ia
As was predicted, Broward left the of the editor, is wholly unfounded. (7C
fate of Cooper to his successor. It is advice to all such is to go ahead and
announced that the State Pardon Board something worthy of praise, and nd
will take up the case January 26 for how quickly the newspaper will t*l
final decision. There is little likelihood about it, giving due credit, and dealing
that the death sentence will be per- with the utmost generosity and impar.
mitted to stand. It has been "stand- tiality. As a matter of fact. if ther
ing" for six years and the whole State were any inclination on the prt of
has grown weary of the case and the newspaper people to be spiteful or ma.
repeated postponements of the execu- levolent, the opporcun;ie amre limitla
tion of the judgment of the law. The for giving unpleasant publicity to my

Crowding Him
Mr. Pown's tree ons Ill -M
ld gone to settle down In 41Wi
arts of the country. O.. awiy t I
rired thb teleram fro lthe edi :
You have a ranfdt. pri~g a. TM
Mr. Pogs aunwed i t m
QaBd! Buy ftm r ba eo eo
Am nd sad Mamd Ill 'to m
In due tUe t bW haI&l rat Il
r $3& and he mst hb WA tOa

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at BIm this 4-.i kb
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tm lql I d vcwimtt citism:hh -Tho au tb gogwd. ni ths
ttj iy no wOft to orbama d b*6 so Mb WsAs O dek h tdu
rall ar. *ufr.b'a, woed~s hath malrss, :mim S t~ and "Phastm of thir
1-. wou~ .llj.'TA Ii AYebrukty 16th ad layw iwarn .,;n ..d thuipjre
'I t uA.fmk & aw btwoua bgm pamWd Isa a aw
MjP 5 r~the 'thid ~bus wthout viflig twok~a NgM luiiaueu and mirth pokm
g~. fvIJ ~t~w 1 ll peruuin l~aIv1is. fof .ztrwj
JI odf the paCe IMadud c1ulm Aneal. compesy will
to M Am&,Au1 be pularhWd by in. &ow Live Oak, Jamarmy
i .lw ~ n 9TePaiig sixtydaysa
iiiktba ijbi not .;Cew me humirOd' Wth. MIN~, Cas of urLive Oak
dO&Lbop who ho b Aat WO WWS!rius
..ft'y NghLy afew days comfined
Fir. -i &* DigIt gboodt midnight b u a pmre with his puere
tMiu dtetd the bows of EL. Y.ToTk 'Mr. M d Ur P. T. NeGrwat t Saf-
Idlimmweste in tdfo -p Md Irn 1s8 b ad with Mriab. in th&
it W* ImWa N.tl j" cet#. 0t. schiefof poie of High
Al I i so w Sprags mam ity tax cator, ndm
*.ial *the *m &m Y t Valey w powue h.s "mo the ars oftn o*&e aIsn
I&mC f. AM nythin towardsaftd oall "y 6M.acrma to the pu.b-
0"r a w aat pr t be Mad awto th eityftbamiti He
court iaed ThetoalIm is about $000 wit wkev High Sig staight If a y
ll y .ist~t that US the bu l mding aNd $300 d on fur* mca, and do it in a n horable
rmana, tore m-mw dAWlin jutly with A

tbiltdl ;

li ds nwd' _
f- V

got 04a8slem."'.

u'. ftk -AI--

vun in.i
Cop frrml~idlrolf

ad a lifte siker of lo";.
tchu of uIr if .ulIp

wty .U14. I I- "',
Hemyb ibma gd.p
.anadr~ba rag -m of

*ad bun. aped o frq.v
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Yes, yes, we

have nothing but the best of Eats--Freshest Cleanest kept Store in 1

Visit once and you will continue. Nothing like it in the State of Florida. We sell you for Cah and uaw
of your husband's salary to pay your cook and laundry. Don't buy goods on time. I have been behind tls
before and if you only knew you would pay cash, for your money will go.as far as John D. Rockefellers as
lasts. Now listen and read:
ibS&q for ... f ..---$1.45 3-1bTonItocfor ---- ---------lO Uneda Bl-----------.
I7& ar .------ ---- 1.0 24b Tomatoes fcrc;for-- --- 15c AllNt al Co.'s
in tL L .._- L .A .-... 0t...) .. i Ai.LC in.



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M'is, now D~ii*girW

andall argwkdirPmin Figure

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diipsmt be at hme at the OhioI

-Mr. Uaarmd b me .of Live Oak a

"Pmmabodow ams.He.is pro.
li Ew. adows'b* uaim"
brw lvhbooka~msa" m.~ s

Big C arMu a k
S. J. White, the wd kMown hoem ad
cdothing merchant of th dty, wmiput
as a big cletaee alb beguti Jama-
aryl8. Priee for this l has been
at to the lowest weak-p.rie that
wMll bring krOat crowd to the *tore-
pi that eammot fail to m v the
stock. Dayum s anral yeSfrfa

-m mo -muwsaw -in1ogipwtumityto purcone st ambgo
.bhhqwm~ths at abs, aald attb* a they wi
le Dnowjobns the amanytrio& be gie kt p.,, it. lr k
41 Mr aw 'In H'A isw ftcouda abigsdock oftfr very best

_____________ m b" the odamw to byw a&
boelm g9W6 at pica qwwat*Isi
todayss Demiocrat, Be or. a=d read

weq vsboo& eauethey look wellwhen
an oa meaI=o. But looks never did a
iplugdmthsM We of a range.
I~k IjeabloaCharcoalI= RImp

awe Iade, but it is made to lasted

New TLive Oak BMMM COeNeM. i
The Southern Lumber Company is
theMmofa new eupeaths wp
ized in thia city, with Geo. E. Porter,!
Jr., as present and manager. *T
company will by and sell rough and
dressed lumber, novelty supplies and
any and everything in lumber.
Mr. Porter, the manager, is one of
this city's most prominent young busi-
nem men. He -s probably as well pos-
ted in the lumber business as any man
in the State, and his connection with
the mills and novelty works enables
him to make low prices, prompt deliv-
ery and satisfactory terms on all or-
ders placed with his company.

Khe Largest Minstrel Show in the
A. G. Allan's o MAr^lasne V:nutls



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Don't forget that we are headlq- mM for everything in

.sell at wholesale d retail Atd can suit you in prIc&


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. ll8lM TP Te I~terea Ne ~of Mef n to Applyhr L4M
eM. l.*. Uwsiam w to dthe bGuamnr .W
1TYar. Stee dwUrtTmt b today's pape. na
IS6fc 1" Til _11. uh WN WrMMt asn eqd Siajsk =

s r i phkimr "pd the same I% sA.

to tt em !. It. IRtlc it ;n ",,. t- ts -um,-U-
v,,o ,nl. p..e.i.S. 3n t o.ly when a a.- ,. .
at..-.' ..u .t h. i s,,,t y t tSome mothers he 1._ ns as m --a 4 i upcm b
BB*tNteWmV ">sthy stood" mre"it ,Ses e O sSe*41

ease,, leek fr
alw erisoped thes t hea r

hMr. andMSQrtt Mr1s. d ine ad r Aancsa amX
ii le e r rowelseotrik r-ea toa y fo the the ,"s .

a=... in s hort Glftho ad "ea allouthe. Thm .,, l oa n w
N sye1 ant toine mta r b. m i tn ot aret a. ..aPr.i.e.r ,tas

Os I W1 ,,gC o.A Ue ,. 1 -. -am="w
S- .&Wid -M i l fSod teane y and m h icaW I h W
S the bm Al fooat tn all times. KodlO its bO w ais.
..l...aw rwedVeo W giwave prompt relief. Soml Te C..n S d ad the -- p

Insatve Cough Syrup by LivOne theDr, bCo. ia s ner ur m 4 a hub
Som if yo to be aae tinR e ww vors wsealdl i
IeOt, that i.. t apletfind They oin rat e easily, tonen fortwi.b th tes f nd a -
BSok b ivto pWr*A OM.anacsf 0Pdoshi=areg hsiti o
islhe sea*tomhiTfron womo which keep ita Y5s.ha

th, ioymake Tdha aaUtdopt a for h dorwment of
So" July f t o takd in it' action ~P n unif te

wano G. B lsa vin s shadl be Prsidmat. F. R.
2 o ldby Sawan D Co. coimmak VsPrsdet and W. P. Walker.
L. Mr. and tatd Tg euer, and teie thf d above
awnm Freuae WO lave Cg"yy for NOhe CghSryLeC."be

__ es t sh u otituthe u thuBsr of Diruaeders
1IaIL i6al W Dnt' u se" harsh Ohysic. They W r a-s0k1dsbrti D.te salb

u UMW at beMdmTethaed mey ta party of feh Sban a
a ctd i%;I from NAM"r &W they wel spend s o~aivS OWopo aio
-a Wetkat torhterAdaysencamp,aWdenjoy eMrhyvB9
benal'thedpbe-Ithe .zctfhe b aod mg .th Boad of teratsad h
At .shriaiet.atectia I.

i2 l 'I SUM'wiD V Prand&Ufood at any and! mW rui, and,, .,Pb.ae ke-

W Ut W As Ma w I* I stck shalelm etite tte Bxa sa r e Di reoof r

S ry of Mrs. Matilda arwick, of Kokomo,
L U told below, proves the curative properties of
it wll-known female reed, Wine of Cardui.
SWarwick says:

IN in

The highest amount of indebtedness to which
the corporation can at any time subject itself
shall be the amount of its capital stock, to-wit:
Ton Thousand ($10,000W.OO) -Dollar.
T.e names and residences of subscribers to-
gether with the amount of stock subscribed for
by each is aas follows: G. H. Davis. Live Oak,
Florida seventy-nine shares, F. R. MCor nack.
Live Oak. Florida, one share, W. P. Walker, Live
Oak, Florida, twenty shares.
State of Florida, ,
County of Suwannee. Before me on this day
pesonaly appeared G. H. Davis. F. R. McCor-
mack and W. P. Walker, who on oath acknowl-
edged that they signed the foregoing Charter as
sabMsribers to the capital stock thereof, and for
the purposes therein set forth.
In witaem whereof I have hereuto set my!
hand and wal this 14tth day of January. 1909.
[SAL] Notary Public. I

far coflacuim. Pbmm e
s~~tle. XIS IN. iL&VLU

You fed u if yen bad tinhwb
mvn wham ya be"mu i*b, dA't
yogi? awl tb*hm o, am uMOW

ftg b toe W" lft, i I` m
-Nmk* Win teu* mNW bo
Wak mgdallpams. &Mby SIMI~M

Kodl diguets the food m" t.
If yam win tke Ihdol fw akIW me
you will no loger Bave Bmim I.
i pleunt to tak^ e piWMptr. So


by 14" oak DxqC


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Laxati ve

Cough Syrup

Relieves Colds by working than
out of t-e system through a copious
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
strengthening the mucous mam-
branes of thhe troat, chest, Iungs A
brochi.1 tubes.

The Original



P.r.Food .JDvq Ln

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Will do Ceamin pu tes
Fed"e owlf
Poatomte BlUdlaf.

J. L. LEE,
Attorney at Law
Jasper, .
Office over Sanda's Star. lW
attention given all bU to
my hands.


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Good stock of W86

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4&ll bI

PLug wil
"irrrlfte~ taaadi;
fC~";L1tg Bwrw mi ,

|bh~teheIaI o eouy
l &OR" wag,

iJ~bf& JIM| r to^' ^
k ew|f t hog p-
K `i i t L 9*l~ o tLd cj s l a
Mift Solas~i

lfk have reached d

OftN dostatfor et-
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I atm toth"e won it.
.,VBdw",* bo i dw

iillnrtihe tbic eorm to
w dtothwt tog

^--Bi5d m the hareha-

! Ithk : twka to theSat-

VI 1lmit gi e that sepfr
Miatdrnabbed Q by S fheif

a Bw n t oewo dchadott-

BB Mil"t cod wheireem8 to
th "Wioe ra'te of vio
I^I^^fK^Hsan knai sbtib

M d .Wre tWt eepI r to

to the tg thei i

Bi iiMl is drndedtbyhheri

laisiover in Pfensacla and
4mw thle htchuseoethit

iron L Sud noet ditil-
tu their morning aitl

It vxliu an On car of mila -d

*ql VftrPak ia giving them a ba-

| 1 Law =&- --.& o-I-de, which seems to
mrfiM"4 l I Pettcolranow, d~istinct-

gi~ii!^^ tr ~t

iteii yit-K -i-M fr ~CI
*1- urn" -' r fr- pd i^
* tmm s, ae, i"- iiy m

m mthel Sm m w padb*'j
illi 3snlwrdqr *CIwL a I
kin. speabmtdthm,.Wdcftsin
I* Mued to potent bpr ty km
tbdfiw Tw wait Aw1

tioaofsamarv orttig acaptie, aa
doinh wa i atrae l and th e
eriab n sronrm and wCellogaa d
nsd that the adiat was hooked
Gnvorw Pa*termalw dthe county

hie thaan ofatarrt Q af
'theusmac. flecxmethrlrfeigtr

of thm by a jury made up of eittam
e the ao iafera fair trislin wic,
d ft iy.proved. is atriimphof
law over lakw of the mot fr- i
miduble eharacter ch bga deep
mem od reief tod eM eel all t Ielo
West Temmese.
ut d I$*icM of this verdict i
brjy'uis ia to Teomu *It
a Mft i* bek n dar e i dm
we 616 its ha son in the night ;
uiWk ispoity ofTTeaesse ad Km.
taky, p d npil through ral '
Su1ther1 StateSan d ia cris t6gmost
OaNMoMand tdaUuing cwariti in
B amai of the country dictLr
uMi g prp&tIy, posting threat'
whipng helispnoplen their homes,
ad i same1inrtaes torture and mur-
der by Tiioos, cowardly degenerates
armed and baded forthe purple are
tpil riea under these new and
fearful opwti Their perpetrators,
Uifg amid a weak enforcement of the
law a& seefig the abortions on justice
o frequently resulting from the trial
of crinal case in the court-house,
ame toedupivetheklawasa thing evi-
deitly wek and worthless, and so took
it pea thmelves to avenge their own
wr real or fanied, gratify their
grapdge against nighba, coerce them
n the deposition of their crops and
feed the enveful -m of their
i a-t, primive teres in my& di-
,ie4 their awim caprice might
Ipit Allthis presaged t rdg of
M"itiL ia the Soothworse tha thoe
.fthedvilwar, forth e line was
B Vy draw, we knew friend from
foe amd had an op emy to fight un-
dwe the ruen of civilized war-not
maAsd ama riding to their foul
work altered by dark and out-
r,1ig ad shoost down their very
OKhbUe to gratify their brutal pua-
iam The dupatche for weeks past
have told us of the spread of this night
riding form of crime like a moral pesti-
lence, cropping 6ut in unexpected spots,
and like moat things evil, rapidly em-
bracing within its scope vicious and ig-
norant elements already depraved at
heart, reckless of the rights of others,
and wanting only the prospect of im-
munity from punishment to join the
criminal ranks and inaugurate reigns of
terror in every neighborhood infested
by them.
A lesson was needed, one too plain,
sharp and decisive to be mistaken, and
it comes in this verdict from Tennessee
which bids all the law-abiding South
brace up and be of good cheer, for at
last a jury has been found not to be
hoodwinked or cajoled by the pleadings
of the lawyers or external influences of
any kind and that dared to do right in a
grave crisis when the very civilization
of their State was one of the issues of
the trial. The news of that verdict,
and its example, too, will spread
through all those regions cursed by the
lawless spirit of the night-rider, carry-


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iiM ho

we would cheerfully undertake to send
'em both home in such a state of finan-
cial palsy and decrepitude that if old
Andy could see them he would declare
with joyous tears in his eyes that he
had witnessed his fairest ideal of total
poverty following hard upon the bene-
factions of great wealth and he would
adopt it as a model in his own case.

No President of the United States
ever shriveled so rapidly in moral stat-
ure, and almost visibly to the naked
eye, as has Roosevelt in his effort to
stain the honor and integrity of Sena-
tor Tillman in the matter of the latter's
purely personal and private negotiation
for a small body of public land in Ore-
gon by strict compliance with the Gov-
ernment law. Roosevelt hates Tillman

me t faik tinbit hOe -

6., JL A ampm A

il m e toe to m bak agm

miAp wlM toe tk a Mwrite of
ki it few t
Sl ihMk rl tr ttweb M hod

Stealdv" dw thiS way thoh
hbywvmasVesofda dalEtheyhad
io EM wO wild m th woodst
aifeeif rbsmto bereckomea

rf I it a cIty ftor h-

t 0 tht, m eo mlo a*r scarce
exeptYi-s for fwe roIl e, o
i-gwi tr ihws a betr dm of
#artihrtoemista tooNr Sate-people
autbet oa' t mpM wP to t of
cial r otia whe w the preudi
-bee wrne wy uto aea that per arem
Sm4d *@@ Mob 41,%I&e WW*
aIh i te t W Iac bpted rad

.thotthe amot kt. r ota dt
WadsftiM. 4epinsmmthey MoOMter
retheamaptioM to the rdle iand an

idat Or FhIitS. BIt Itethm& aU
,comei gdbadand *brwa-bms
aad fakixaropemasdambi fcoue e
excepted- for we wil never kaow
eachoterexcept by the attrition of
actual contact in eloe business and o-
cial relate ; and when the prejudice
and mi oepti o both Ride have
bee rworn away under that process,
"yaake and "cracker" willdiapea
from or vocabulary as term of di*-
like and dipsraeet ad we will all
be Fridian of Southern or Northern
origin and nobody wil l care a darn

Howard, of the Oriando Reporter-
Star, on the first price of $25 offered
bythe TampaTribune for the beated-
itorial m Floridaper o thee me

of the Lakeland New, capture d the
second pre of 10. Both eitr ar

ing that they won inich dacompe-
rctitiL. W e aem met tkwwhatt
they will do with suck an uwis
amount of ready cash coming up.n
them all in a hea with thia bewideri
diade amb, and ar the midtn of their

Svantage, we begtn them to remember

Carnegie that he wo dies rich edia

Tampa fair and steer 'em up agin Sir
Edward Lambright, Bar't, and others
ofte e nobilityinour set down there

The Dem rat has received the frt
isue of -Pc Ml'I ew w4eWl poaw W
The eod, J. Ha. ito, ediat, o a
and apelof its cotnahbow It fo. i
be sometidAcidedlayndwfrefrhi B
ly novel in d jourhlim.TiR he
Record is 1btt indepYdewt a ^rdiina
polities anda qatni s am winj
be a free lance the field of contre- ILr
very, pudiedo by the couusem i-
and jMd entt o editor. on te a
question of the tiraffcthe eewd baftt i
hs very views, bbelievse sin
stri Saba on rad is doote* booD
opposedto lbylaw. R yThep a W
perwill alo have ty lteay u
features in the way good storis by w i
local uthron, and inla etropoib s l!
ad comopolitan clike Ppe sw $ d
sacola a poblicatiop versatile &ad
outoftheordinmary ha fi ld riehi U ^i
promise and its bobs bright ui^kwa
Mr. lHmilton is an oldtiea of Pw- SOm"
sacola, an experienced mMpara _d"U
and a most agreeable tieema deeply
scere in his co'vi and with the Db at I
courage to express thea, and if he i
gves th patronageto -rt him in
hia venture, he wilg do hiprt ad fur- Nnisi
nish the people of his city, and section a
with a clean and able au interesting ON= b iI
my. at do
paper, and not the leu so because it i d"t Jauy
"independent in all things and neutral WiW's
innothing." SSS


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moH F.

It is popular among a gd many pol- 35 M
iticians and papers in Floria and a cer- NW i" dSid L
tain per cent of the laity to abuse the tr awd r nquind fi ui 9o th M
Times-Union on all occasion, but for i did a"'. I as "d
first day a Iroo. 1m610i1
all that it is easily our foremost public door is Live D L' 1
journal in its entirety and in, every de- to the khi t Mg lw r "r aa
apartment. steadily increasing in excel- e 6ia0 mistto ph CpM _
de nee Stophw C lM A t
lence and influence as the years go by, tioal .M IO d
Mid suit sod Mrl 4=4 m0
and speaking for the State and its pro- ety. to-wit: Suth bowV dt
gress with more effectiveness and over StM -, TON Nr t oI' T
a larger area both at home and abroad P *w"r ceo.a b a oi w &M
or iew
than any other Florida paper does or Dated tt, "ith is -'h, a,,
can. We are glad to learn from a re- 9 ooU
cent issue of the Times-Union that its N '.
circulation last year increase in round
Notice a hem bp IM. *'
numbers, from ten thousand \in Janu- ri.r i e, r b .-.n. i w
arv to sixteen thousand by tht follow-i = bythe jk 5 uL N Mm d .
ing December. Truly a reriTarkable' u d cu d c lfq( 6 O
a e lonvJ & Du- tIdr v a 40
showing, especially in a State Lo thinly Dr am d J. I J, ritr o *
settled as Florida. The Tamp Titmes omm,.Si sV at
is entirely right when, in sp uing of t tsdoor 4 -Ca ,s %
4t-h T;m, TT;^nn it aVs: '-I inM CnoA. I, tio t blo




Wil pay 4 par cenaLtond=auM I ib

Savigs AcconA h=l- PdEW hb

January Istto 10thbr mwat qm,.

,bcr NOJa Up to

mrsand you arc inv to brM n

of them.


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___ ,,_ ,,,,_ ,. ._ ,,_,~_~Mi Naomi Hmq-t-- of Hampto 8
r' 1da*tb h ipsin., Wmy the ga utma imma
K i K rf pin1. tw o bey ,Hamid. i ww Carta O
1<-tHave you tried 8kWU- .Witeh it ir, nt. tiat two
aeNMl Soap? ewua Drag Co. w* 41oandl. bulbs ow a* 4o0 to C
sk al t to mi jc. I Q wle all aMudY Adl Mf M tflkr be ntmed ihomt
o a h, k for th eoBmtymw fortwelvo fg iB, -- G., rw s a sped
Or P r kahn eMtrh 'the heb!ys withrebt m.
Sm T t C. HE w, rtnrd to TapI Mr. and YMr. eNea ae the
Sy, iift a days v proudpr mtsof & little dughta Je
d b", *A iess ha* who amrrived at their home Sunday
Hl ^ ^1'4UI 2L &MP. BD.a( o Newberry, entered 'mring.
Sl department of the MiS A. R.L_ of M. O., is
SI Bh b^M Slothmae'Nday. iati-g in the city this week with her
nllt 81t& J.L. Edwardiand faaUiy left Wed- istW Mrs C. A. Haudee and r. g
asemj B for Jacksonville wherethey wll Sid Hinely.
tootiees. do Fotlou-Pie s aingles Write eu T
B. IfIlVe*.W 1, of Hematell, Ma ,for prices; can make you prompt denv-
14WlN h a-.& o e p-"l f ber cousin, F. R. Me- series. R J. and B. F. Camp Lumber
p AkirW ey Mimp, CMacr red .family-. Co., White Spis, Fa. d
SC.A.Howell, naval store manfae- Dr.A. SYork will not be in hiaof-
^pW UJ. I. Stan ier of Hatch. Bend, wasinthecity ficenext week. He will leave Momday
Monday on business, for Jlackonville toattead the annual '
g ob n w be op" The city halloeof theprettiestpub-1metn Of t pSd g dP 1.
M 5 is y t B he buildings inthis section of Florida, w L Ulmer, who has been ow- t
Sby y Mrs. i hearing boom ion. nected with the Brora-Thomuan Din T
SA.L Brown, laugur of the Hairj Co. since mi oits rA a has reigMed to
L0 9 a MY Hasdware Company, made a bu y iness hI pstion a willretr to his hom,
r o ywi tripato dee,G ar, this week. I Monticello. Mr. Ulmeria a bost exu-
r-' r fl 'tL Dws overdth e got solid ellent young geatlemar, and a good P
te d ,o business man, and we hope after a rest
ElkyO Cwm" PeAs.b r o- s ofu t Cabed s ctie n ind a to of a few weeks at hieshoie he will r
A" O aNOU N dtiba. d-mr return toourcity where a hearty wel-
do Rf am pseitly come will always await him, whether
OIomM, -e Oan Live Oak is about the busiest little on business or pleasure bent.
$V fi~~hModlc w it y in the whole on try. bt here is dua The Star Cooperage Company, E. T. tl
SoV. L. bwho gr at bing boom on, butsheNelson, manager, has leased the Live 0
4ue i J. L dAr cn Oak sash ad door company's buildings n
EB 2e f wardf The Hampton, so well and favorably in the western part of the city and will m
SW W to the ID knows by the franpers, a general favor- move their plant thereto about Febru. cn
ite all over the county, at the Suwan- ary st. The past year was a very h
* ub a addickted to the alco- nee Hardware Company. successful one for the Star Cooperage 0
1Wn owt, eta save time and C. S. LeFever, of Luraville, one of Company, and the demand for their is
M l tmIUas me. All o orre- this county's best citizens and a sue- barrels has increased until they find
06M_ I 0ly MUeaftlal. Ad- ceasful merchant, was in the city Tues- it necessary to secure larger building
Sb 0. 0 n I 3, Uve Oak, Fla.tf day looking after business. preparatory to increasing their output.
"I TW. rtured Saturday Henry Lamb and W. E Cheney were Joel Tucker, one of the city's promi- he
&uI, W ichga, where he among the number of subscribers to nent and best citizens, has decided to of
SJ.POt fe^w moths for the Democrat who renewed their sub- move to Jacksonville where he vill en- to
9M is Vy much improved scriptios for another year since our gage in busines. Mr. Tucker has been ve
Xh inm weight-and last ue. a resident of Live Oak forseveral years ol
Miss Bertha Hoe one of Suw anee nd is interested in a number of bui- ti
1 UX NiL of North Caro- county's bright lady school teachers i ness enterprises. He is a progressive qu
bkrN viitiagoneofhr u n at Milton, and ha ordered the business man, ad one of the truest e
fea mnn l andayere- Dcat mailed to her at that place d best men in the wholecountry, and
Wcu* ay c ad isrthe fr six months he and his esteewedwifewillbegreatly M
r & MeoN4lm Live imsaed here where they have none but t
er. The Suwannee Hardware Company friends. t
S t, of WAaHL lhave received a shimmt of Hampton .
WS admt k a plows awelkoownand favoritplow :|||i|ss||in|ie|isli||mam is
'-V w Ne ur a few with the Bawnnee county farmers. T
-B S ^S ii Call aMd examine this plow-it is per-
She called at A
lfrn aad renewed her N. Smith, proprietor of the Live Oak
>tf ataoat. Cigar factory, has leased a cottage,
wd will go to Jacksonville tomorrow Fjnrv fr(
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here from Tampa, returning with them
tomorrow night on the short, when
they will go to housekeeping.
Now is the time to select your plows.
We have the well known Hamvton
plow and ask that you call and examine
it-inspect it and test it, and you will
find it the best implement for Suwan-
nee county soil as a crop producer and
for general wear and tear it has no
equal. Suwannee Hardware Co.
Maj. Geo. E. Porter returned Satur-
da from Philadelphia and New York.
He returned by steamer to Jacksonville.
The Major has been wanting to be on a
steamer during a storm, and on this
trip he had the pleasure of passing
through a young cyclone that fully sat-
isfied his "longfelt want."
Dr. Armstrong, the well known Jack-
mnnville _Qrn*ialint_ will make his next



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Resolutions by Woman ('Clubn.
To Hon. R. E. McNeil, mayor, Pre-
ident of the Board of Trade, members
of the City Council and members of the
Board of Trade:
The Woman's Club begs leave to pre-
sent to you for your careful consider-
ation the following resoiutIonS:
Whereas, much harm comes to our
city by the coming of carnivals,
Resolved, that we as club-women,
mothers and citizens condemn as de-
moralizing and injurious to the young
people, our children and our schools
this low class of entertainment.

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The eastern part dlUve *kibt-
"rWing any ot (at 4 jt
w. Many'new dweffi are go m
p in the section of tbe city near the
'edder Lumber Co's new mill
Chas. Ssders md a faly bit Si
ay for SalAke City, ta I ". I
;eymW aia f Rn = lWm.tet ho.'
ey an going to take a look at tle
mltry, and visit Mr. John MeDmiWa
ad family, Mr. Saunders uOsb.i
w, and if they lk thet qMf b.t-
irtha they do Florida thy may r-
aid there ad if not they win return
* Live Oak. Mr. Smamders dd not
*U his home heer% u he acted w.dr,
r tie aWN are he Wl fid d 0n
lace Ike Ftkrida
C. B. Olliff & Son, whohave conduct-
d a mercantile business at Houston
)r ever years, have old0 thi r *i-
es there to J. H. Long, a well known
itizen of that place. Mr. M. K. OUiff,
ie junior member of the firm of C. B.
lliff & Co., was muanag of the busi-
eas at Houteon, and he aine yo n g
urn, and conducted ha businea ssc-
,ssfully. Retiring from this business
e goeq to Jacksonville. Mr. C. B.
lliff, the senior member of the firm,
I in business at Welborn.
Miss dlem Hampton, of Tallahassee,
vas in our city a few hours Wednes-
iy en route home from a visit with
er brother, Mr. Hamptou, proprietor
I the Hampton Springs hotel at Hamp-
mn Springs. Miss Hampton holds a
ery responsible position in the office
f the State Superintendent of Edoca-
on at Tallahaaassee, a position she is well
qualified to fill because of her knowi-
dge of Florida school work in which
he is remarkably well posted. Miss
fampton was atone time teacher in
he high school here and her friendsin
hs city are always glad to see her.

Kays EI



Butler Clothing Company.
Elsewhere in today's paper you will
notice the advertisement of the Mid-i
Winter Sale at the store of the Butler I
Clothing Company, one of Live Oak's;
wideawake business establishments.
Prices quoted in their advertisement
ought to be inducement enough to cause
you to buy if you are in need of any-.
thing in their line; or if you expect to {
hereafter need anything in their line it
will pay you to buy during this sale.
This firm carries a well selected and;
stylish line of goods made by some of


soft jweomu

Sabtk dI at Itl 06ob1l1 6

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You are cordiany inite d S.t

Jno. A. Wray, olur.
Morning Service, 11 s'L
E veni*g Sonvic 7 loL
Suday Sohbo .AL
B.Y. P. U., 3o'%oA.
Mid-week prayer lmeti w d
day evening, 7 o'clock.
Regular preaching rvim 11 a L ..
and 7 p. m.
Sunday school at 100 a
Loyal worker at 1S1 p .
Prayer semvi es Tr* tI Im

We send poMtpaid lt a b
present worth $LOa to
will sd i thf I
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feren fmoa t- -M_
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Drag hooks are raised or lowered by pressure
upon the foot treadle.
Wheels and cylinder spider both have removable
Has an easy spring seat that overcomes any
Cylinder revolves on the axle, and the axle
itself does not revolve, hence there is no danger of
vines or trash winding about the axle.
Trph cleaners on the axle brush away any
trash 'that might have a tendency to clog or gather
between the knives
Has a steel hood or cover which is carried com-
pletely oyer the knives, protecting the driver both
from danger of falling on knives and from flying
dirt and stalks.
The most successful and satisfactory Stalk Cut-
ter in the field.
Is practically all steel and wrought iron.
Any degree of penetration can be given the
knives by means of the lever, by which the eritire
weight of the driver and machine can be forced on
the knives, which, in case of damp or heavy stalks,
car.n be increased by putting such weight in weight
box as may be found necessary.


Deminestrite flfbh iatlif
VHa Branu OlMes
thif City.

Everyone forwbhom Dr. Baily hu
worked is arvei at the 9g0tlIMa
ad *k with w he shMau is p-
tinta. Ho perform t mos difficult
distal operation rithot pain adI is
a wto m UoS tMth wore tber
dodmoilmu faiL Dr. Bk iremo
nerves ad ant teI by hi. wn
pinw thd bich V av no equal,
aad at V ,ie do people rv .
DR. eBay i bil ib Uve Ol k at the
cCum nBros hbdit, 228.1-2 How-
mrd etmt to execumta hi amiln
o" (tLe ariy rit etb tiapti eeO
il the Sout0.) 0 His feo d Cpwt
S dh eolume of buoiem dtaft
binto t mu ot ithe be*t ork t pieu
bbwr that ihugedx by datitsa i Un l
eoen which will not D vnrle ne
thu ama set of *t er week, w
Pr. Bs7y's force Ake u five to
iftea ti t in a day. As amuh
-pnti perfees the operator, yo
'.edUdot fl l to 'take uvaats of
thi opportaiy on FrA tid and Satur.
d.6 efskwek, mr special a
Dr. BO (to advertiM i Jack
toile'oa) will work at ti foowiag

low s: -
fVl $wt 5 t00 :p .
Bi worak, $i9o up. t
To udtdao t the M eiinles work as
doe byDr. T. A. Bailey and his ex-
perts in his Jackoeville office, Dr.
Bailey will be at the following branch
office in the Live Oak district as fol-
Live Oak, Friday and Satuda, at
McCullers Bros.' building; Madison,
Thursday, at Merchant's Hotel and
sample room. Jasper, Monday, over P.
D. Sandlin's store; White Springs,
Tuesday, over J. E. Milton's store;
Lake City, Wednesday, at Cetrmal
The above schedule will begin on bhe
3rd week in January and be continued
weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert
swljtalts with him.
Jacksoavilleoffrce; 12 E. Bay, over
Florida Trunk'Co. tf
S. H. ETTER, Proprietor.
Trunks, Bags, Sample Cases, Fancy
Leater Good.
12-14 East Bay Street.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8, 1908
Dr. T. A. Bail, City.
Dear Sir:-The work you have com-
pleted for me, which consists of crown
and bridge work. I consider as perfect
as is possible to do.
I am more than pleased.
Your painless and anticeptic methods
are commendable. I cheerfully. -recom-
mend them to others, and predict for
you the success that your careful treat-
ment of'patients and excellent work
merit. Very sincerely,
S. fi. BETTER.

Merchant, Mayor South Jacksonville.
So. Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8, 1908.
Dr. T. A. Bailey, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Sir:-The work you did for my
wife has proven entirely satisfactory
and to be all :-ou claimed for it, and
though the prices were most reason-
able, I know I could not have procured
better had I paid double the price
charged by y(u.
Your anticeptic office and clean and
painless wurk will always be appreci-
ated by your patients.
I gladly recommend you at every op-
nortunity. Rsnpe,,,ll,.



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Lumber, Sbiaus, Is.ylU
Light Por nsd.a
Electric Lights in a part of ti he
Residence or Business Housl at ver IMf1
Electric power-Day and night mr f l a

h'oe and retail Ice-out f ator
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We wilAye gou odprcs om by -
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kinds of cu.. .1 fwa.let...,W WS
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d: nrPPP~-vd h g line of General (211 on ucallea s, and if we do not have it in,
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1 arw iah rn at thtr tcem thanton a r o
Maftt hfd i tg ort will b4 at the onrda of Frpth C t rTea lM .n L
fl utot#p" p L ai e Oa sti last aUt T Te tikwasp Home endorsement the pu s a-
AadmI canty: NO a Mr trmed WMWOWmo pres o Live Oak peepos, :I
I'*t Uoni i Ntreeshtated o tewse s e non. T e ida MSt
Sthe eaer. of Fo.wth ad J.owpieteag l uol parod.a be teidece beyond h spate.Stor every
1 w puhsed Seturdy bf dwe ac .AitaI oP r aLu jtmr Leo Oak adet b the aos.th I
a mDtWoi, the iwel-owe apitI ofrgm t* er lq Uh w eSiedo eace of fris a l "ease rstn. e
'M etl UeOak, U Mrs. Matild that it isa payig. Vba.M The t" ft ully OiTa by them, tih .ry Mt W"
I i f tTW itii th f st is am~ ged wedith So pade r- Ty a M weight than the atternce of str.g-
W l^f pq ertyIf B sc- iMtai the same a opera hoe. era residing ii faraway plaem. Ra(
t d. It is a r- ory The performance as whole was the tolowing:
ltf poreo5 priec meritorious. The sayins ad gags R. S. Williams, retired, Howard
was 3MiO6 The trastion ws mad e we all very good, as well as the street, Live Oak, Fl., says: "Bs-.
de M h tlh welaown real estate choruses, ballads and other iningW. be and palns in my lsde aad Mas blt
dWl M J. J. Ahbre.. iMr. Dowling ha The orchtesira was also good. In the had been my chief trouble for y ear
d fheatract d for tbeerction of eight oiothe maleelectricaldancethe beter- I was often so stiff and lame that I
0e d&elamgs in Rversidse d the we- pahoresa artist and "Pastie of the could hardly get about the howe.
s part of the cityp They' will cost Levee" were anin, and he riprear. The action of the kidney wserettes
di P8m5,000." ing farce presented tIs a finale was a was also too frequent a"d o. this
Shigly ludierorus and mirth provoking account my rest at night was broke. t
Te t liatt of the Suwannee Bap. piece of extraagance.-Memphi Com- A friend told me bow he had been
An- tio are being printed by m tial Appeal This company will cured of similar symptoms by Da's
dhe aWriglworth Job Printing estab show in Live Oak, Jaaary 16th. Kidney Pills and taktng b hb
i -en and will be ready for deliv. s I went to the Swanse Drg O .
Sha fewdays. Thi piece of print Co). G Martin, of Brookaville, ooe and procured a box. Tbey pre toM
. me an other work turned oat by of South FloridW's lea lawyers and be just what I teeddi. pro ty g s
I Wa~leswth, will be neat and a well known Dmod politician, g me relief. The pains see le
. ttetive was in the city a few hour Monday a their severity and the trouble vwth,
I note to Tarllh- e where he wmt a the kidney secretions as earreet
W. W. Gies-bas gne to Abbott in D fnetie e-betor, and Tueday, In view of the bemelt I brhe v .
Sfltrsaidwill engage in tck withte other t etro cast the vote eived from Doan's Kidaey PI, I
a thi year. He writes back of Florida for WUham Jeaings Bryan can do naught but think hIgly of
I htA bm eh pised with his loca forpresidet. CoL Martin'spoplarit them."
d;oaad re e and the high eteem in which he is held For sale by all dealers. Price *
----- by the Demoerscy of the State was cents. Foster-Milbura Co.. ~atalo,
CoL Fred Butler was in Lake City shown by the very heavy vote cUt for New York, sole agents for the Unit-
Tudy on legal businA him as oe of the Democratic elector ed States.
Cv--- Cu o poplar alem, I Remember the same Dona's -
ih uhhsl lia accepted a position in the grocery and take no other. T ISsee 1MS,
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Did youe .aeo a roesbb w Md-
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of soil-of suoerhae--d of ataosph-
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A ton of manure will not help a pIa
that hs a cankr eating out Its hlat.
SYou must destroy the caus before
caa remove the e Ect
SYou cannot cure Dandruff and Bald
aess by rubbta on hair lotions, sad
I bing nt vaseMle, te.
You must look to the cause of the
trouble-tt's a germ at the roots of
your hair which causes It to fal out.
SNewbro's Herpcidsdestroys the gOrm
Sand healthy hair ia the suresulLt
old by leading draggta d bMe to
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To ohl ................ 21.
J. N.K aks............. 184.6
A.C. Croom, 1 mill
State t.x............. 3,o.00
J. N. Meod............. 1634
A C. Co, tax red. 82
J. N. Me .a........ 52.86

25. J. E Wood, lumber
.o d at Oak Grove..... 10.00

Toal receipts .... .......$3521.8
By wsrants paid...................3,5178
BiL a onand....................$ 10
Aggregate Speial Tax Seb Dfist
,BL q hand clowr of lait moth3SOl
Taxeoa rollof 1907................. 558
1908................. 17.62
Ta rdemption........................ 61
TotaL.............................. .. 32
State Aid Fud.
Chapter 538, hbal................ .....$259.75
S 5382 bal ..................... 28

Bal on hand .................$26.00
There being no further business the
board adjourned.
E. R. WISE, Chmn. of Brd.
J. E. WOOD, Supt.

Live Oak, Jan., 4, 1909.
The board met at the usual hour.
Present, L .L Wie, R. H. Carver and
A. D, Puterbagh.
The minutes of the last meetings
ere read and approved.
The ttreasurer' report was receded,
exnmiiJed and approved.
Also the report of paid polls of tax
colleor was received, examined and
The board checked up all accounts
with treasurer and collector up to date
and found the same correct and ap-
proved them.
The following accounts were received
and ordered paid from the general
school fund.
Warrants from 2195 to 2249 as re-
cooded in warrant register in superin-
tendet's office.
Amierican Seating Company first
payment on patent desks...... $ 540 00

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dm aod r.............. 49 04,
D. P oterbgh, ame of bd 680

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Accounts paid frm special tax cheol
dimatrt. Live Oak No L W rrats 7" 'h
Mmberi from 674 to 680. pw
G,. It Lor eommi.ioi.. .......... $880 7 3
City Water W ks ..................... 5450 P-'
The r ar Hdw Co., dipfeCtout 12 75 w
L. B. warfor janitor....... 30 00 L-eIL
L&R Edward%, inciddetals....... 24 70 o 4t
L B. Edwards,supplem ent to 2 s
salary........................... 75 00 il s u
$2% 75 3 85
WeBonNo. 1-G. B. Lord,L 43 3S
Firet National Bank, interest..... 32 9
75 t9a
O'Brim No. 3-G. B. Lord, com. 11 MW
Firt National Bank, interest..... 60
71 P.M,
Branford No.4-G. ILorld cor 07-
BriBtonNo.5-G.B.Loricm 07 Lo7

Dempey nd Hall No. 7-G. B.
Lord commission ........ ............
Houston No. 8-G. B. Lord, com.
Della Goff, teacher .....................


Midway No. 9-G. B. Lord, com. 25
Luraville No. 10-G.B.Lord, com. 10-:
Finaucial Statement for Deeember.
December Ist to balance.........$ 8 10
Dee 22. J. N. Meek, taxes on
1908 .................................... 703 20
Dec.22. J. Meek, taxes on
1908 .................................... 59 80
Dec. 14. A. C. Croom, Live
Oak, Perry & Gulf R.R. 1907 432 21
Dec. 16. J. N. Meeki taxes on
1908 ............................... .. 338 10
Dec. 24. A. C. Croom, redemp-
tion September 1908.............. 2 54
Dec. 28. J. E Wood, old Del-
egal school house................. 2000
Total ............................$1563 95
Dec. 1. By paid warrants ....... 1520 30

$ 4365

Special Tax School Recit*.

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Time Table No. 21
Taking Effeet SUNDAY, MARCH 29, at 12.01 A. M., 1f
No.iz t No.,L N_, L
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call on any ticket agent
J. LEE ENSIGN, Preidemt.





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new Styles and Patterns of the pretty White Wash Goods,
Silks, Laces, Embroideries, etc., for the Spring Season, per-
sonally selected by our Buyer, which is a guarantee that
they are the best to be found on the market, and at the right prices.
Our buyer's long experience in the Dress goods business enabled him
toknowwhat to buy and how to buy.
We assure our customers a stock of Spring Goods complete in
every detail, and of such quality and variety as to give perfect satis-

faction to every individual taste.

Watch this space for what we will

have to say about this stock in detail

The Worth Stephens Co.

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mulmlledWbues Jopse the qyrian
lk*M G11" dt Jucksamille bw 1r, nar Hd on Js anmU
NN W NL a sa a e tar the!Hawkim' wife. ReW iHwkW ad
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a oo aTre wa no evidme ap rsm Peter
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a alow" the fimfd of the be* i
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womi that made them inbaid and:
wife. A large cUm~owx of ft-i:mb
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sell at wholesale and retail and can suit you in price and style





Horses and Buggles, Mules and Wagons

Live Oak, Florida

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PN1 .g By an mean have the home
pl umd for simplicity. I re-
--mb a yaid wi which the hom
wM hadbeen persuaded by a tree'


--- to t out o a ~ue willows pcea
*--fc nRsr dbtaness and mak2 a
imemo swa gntl ad A oe ar-
L As I e lMOm Mto of the home grounds.
l uekI lawn with fewhrubs is by far
If h p erable to xpesively crowded are.
e d By a ma- choose such plants and
S MWwlo tr are eicc vtqd and adapted to
bopyerwl wn m ome. Nothing adds to the
I lMBe rtfl character of the home grounds,
g o u5 b M as m open space of evergreen turf, be
kt e i so small. A yard of twenty
Smob 0 ud aan^om fat can be disposed of so as to make
I i J t- I dlook parkik e, and far larger than it
roily is.
Lf lh AThis is done by maintaining a gras
U 0B9 p.dL plot and planting the perfusion of
l a., U @ or we n in simple borders Judicious
S qMst Ia bmrrt curva help greatly in making beauti-
b e I d to home grounds, and they afford
il L i dm. natural places for groups of plants or
I* t u rbp laada roll trees. If the grounds have a
isobw, Uas i wth terrace or a deep slope it may be made
itllli ai m lnppwr a thig of beauty by a covering of
l I right by ho okle, gloria wistaria or trum-
Sef yr home pet vine. For door planting Boston
Sm -n Lt lmt we y n s u unsurpassed, and now is the
l e 6 e te, tb ot- best time to put t out. In thi4imate
S t amMes. Thi plan it i said to be an evergreen as is Eng-
me g rnd as you lish ive y also. These vines should be
lMI fOe a balloon. the ied for covering wood sheds, ugly out
M wemi h ve been looted houses, fences and soforth that are no
W trees, phlnts or vb sc a less ugly in the winter time than in
Iatmtoa Mderable extent will mmer.
dm theMs. One e.d iet, well It seems to be a custom to fill the
il tm or shru, is worth a dozen garden wLh beautiful flowers in sum-
meews, sickly or il placed. mer, and over the fences with vines
OtM uneM fweefa for improve- and when winter comes abandon both
Mlbl''a zed up or complex until spring. But the proper home
L i s to ~rinate crowded garden should show something interest-
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ig every day from December to De-
cember. Often there is a fe bust of
spring bloom flowed by a lack of
Sowersin the summer months. This
need not be, for with are in selection,
something attractive can be had alI he
seaso. v wit purey hardy plants
this may be arranged and it is quite
eay if some of the good annuals are
included. For spring bloom plant the
!autuma before, hardy blbs, suh as
snowdrops, crocus, narieua, tulip, hy-
acinth, friars and poppys. Some of
the low growing plants that should be
set the autmn before is the pink,sweet
wiliam, primrose ad Englis dases.
Plants for miAtlmmer blooming are
sweet alyssum, verbena, gersniium,
zermag, sunflowers, nastertimus, sal-
vias, andy tuft and helitrope.
For fall blooming hydrangers, dah-
lias, golden glow, crysnthemmus,
asters and many others
In midwinter roses and allevergreens
are beautiful.
SIf there is a drip where nothing else
will grow fill it with ferns as the roots
are strong and no amount of water will
hurt them.
All these flowers are beautiful when
sown broadcast, but bow much more
attractive, when the beds are arranged
with the taller growths s a back-
grounds aid so on down to the smaller
so that none are hidden. The effect of
a bed of violets is spoiled if the center
piece is a castor bean or dahlia. When
we plant the home grounds let us not
lose sight of the general effect All
these hints add to the attractiveness of
the home, but plant anyway-even if
you cannot do it all as you would wish.
With some effort some success is cer-
tain. Make the effort for a part of
beautiful America and may your suc-
cess be out of all proportion to the en-

The Suwannee County Division of the
F. E. & C. U. of A. will meet at Live
Oak on the first Thursday in February,
it being the fourth day, 1909. All locals
will please send delegates as there is a
good deal of business to attend to.
Meet at the court house at 10 o'clock
a. m. R. J. ALLEN,
Sec. and Treas. C. U.
To the Farmers' Union in and around
O'Brien: There will be a meeting on
Saturday before the first Sunday in
February, 1909, to attend to some very
important business. All attend and
bring your lunch.
Jan. 25, '09. Acting Sec.

To Nch Iae
You feel u if you ad one face too
many when you have nlosgi, do't
you Save the face, you may eed it;
but get get rid of the neu4ia by ap-
plying Ballard' Snw Tnmnuw F st
thing in the world for rheuatism,
neuralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame
back and all pain. Sold by Suwaee
Drug Co.
Kodol digests all the food you eat,
If you will take Kodol for a little whie
you will no longer have indiestion It
is pleasant to take, acts promptly. Sold
by Live oak Drug Co.
Kodol for Dyspepsia, and Indiestion
will digest ayand all food at any and
all food atany and all times. Kodol is
gnmrsteed to give prompt relief. Sold
by Live Oak Drug Co.

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Cough Syrup

Relieves Colds by working them
oat of the system through a copious
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
strengthening the mucous men-
braim of the throat, ces lungs ad
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lb ab r u adttopmpled &-k I atk w ?za Nm whmt heka Ev NCWL; a l
...t a 4dz the vthebe weo f theun vIt g
-- idi"" br arapoloJ ;~ttL or d~ Oft a bwm. a a"IY -
on" a bm OWMUW pdmp it ey the d EeUSlith of the an ao th the 4y d WEto
0 0 i0 0b k g u W a D10 t BU b o b 1 Ws he yiu U u s empb v u M m d t is b m & of v ft a s
is O t No *** as w6 um v "aa there a a Iqbl oghiaund hs Oatt aisi Panaschmp ohm pitvi i h __"_ f
o"f61ft uu0 wgioity or vwm mudle m abou it i aAO the C Pu* UiV"* obbtcaUtd-Jpaq NmLI4 t
the dph, .i bjeCtw fait n the bit hq nem ert mm ane me thin d
bm =No m*Npsmt tie am& r & Ai the ucug Of Lan t1W. yoJWf A DCUPDy f A 3D lIft UO VFM STL U M 16 ,
M IMMMU- -OO a* g od OM &Y, ey anenow &m, urnd" Smth W "m = of Fjm & he wara _thIur adIwamtua@ = b to m
IN inmN antuly kmg m W *A* tad rubdm the m vthm U-rd8 bafly amy. f fay. afl *im mm" ,m the W uto, h of O W ho
bftw mi amd. that Pitp of the grner Cdmty in the state whbih am" raime pP & Hefts tOwuo Uz k a b ft r _, Y M
of 01"m ud.wanrrd c TW-s &Z j L cane Of I a L rg mxWrine coamt m' 7 YC KttW for* 1431k U?3W efCMt hk Of ISO mS W1
ad boom a--- rl Cdiwo& NQ to mrustmL le re '2 neg. than c be ad m OtbW ,to make the ls gaint the ruat & of t 9w *-r -a UN
to trwoowg lean&d mky be left for th, ..'aEte_-- owty d have v. ;am no e f Ty arm the swam m- hkf. o u A oV #
do Mm ,i &bW a s* tran..m g mw mt e e- SY'P rmfnerY. Those who have ncfeem arery maPbib htab.BMW the t h. .'O a Il
r -. a 4 Ut- a iiadr n o Wii QC ,. iy to daehle for doei L# 6
f" amtoqq mo to L-r aP -zk T Ur: jd Gom lb jim *4 # Im ft 1 fa

em *Vb w *16 %v4hMdL OfI The E News WL- ":Z !:.
goo" Nab a wrapaWca Ola Iea nthe comiment (of tie perz;3s !-:
10 %W bftaftu Eie--v lkwh. veva. sh,:6.4 L-&-
II Q Us I S- tw lS4 which hare tia ebm T cYtec ET-T' Jev~f s5~,: e n
amp moo 0 0 %soft SW A .S tj -: .-.p :a rirmw ia :as c "wjLUT o
46 A# & S SiWd tka bA M Of Anims a : L- -et a sal2er cr weaker mNxCw US
4kft *0 .0 6Aq s nooty of ai si;ra W 1. 3 ~ fr'q- L Therue 4 a
I em w -~ an rca* exer tveie t ae wF ~g: u ne s :L
4~ r ( ~sb mWr1rgT:dL w~a:':; t~~'r~: rb ~,; wanp s.isS
%me 'ft J mA gav b Ba vot esi : -tewo- ,e -n cter -s W = boy who
--i a G- U rrh a h as. Nc -4r.w r: vyer
if 4b bre gotbo a mams. %."- W:- a y.`: ve-
Oft to %o lva ad I pa pm w b),

to- d`- d'i .d- e par.lk a t that w cc~rr~~e Sate z~rr Q-; kO ~p: ~. L!e
ftas on ask, go Pre Bmtkfir vlz &;---z i-Pl e n7 rEF- l=, Y-~X~2~ 5n
4b "m dS"toAt et*"o l~~~ 'feL~ v:~~rS
a pas As u 4ue lWtIL a. w that wobe isve :tS~t v:,t c: rs :,o pqw upoctur- vi &-Aj
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J. H. Cross iIpw today a
eIdat" or ecty tax couller.
Attorney Wood h aa off Ace the
Second Soor in the Lewih bulig.
Mayr MeNeil wa in Jaksoville
Today ad Wedubedy on bui s.
Wa Flether wat down to ('Bris
Wedasday on a busion and pleure

- o- BoRoy Helvet was i O'BWin Wed
On the Corner "dy to loo ofter re- mre

L H. D. Muler, of Miami, terd the
P ay s co mmeril department of tl* Southern
C1 Ier Bproniness Monday.
Lc. Farmes re busy at work now esm-
Mi a.R h0d4, bakl fdMm t palo d
ee BMraswi & Wiliams for Fire IBn. tms, eta., prepmrtory to patting in
ae. Clm prMptly paid. tbir eps.

CeL A. Humphreys made a busi-
tip r*lmrip a Tud"y.
Mr. l urry.
win Live Oak Moday

Go to J. M. Strikland's for May
*.- -* I A

The North Florid Lmber Company,
Geo. E Pote, Jr., manage, has
o sce in the Citim Bank opened a
building, mond floor.
W. T. Stokely tired Saday fm
a week's viit t Tarpm. Spri He

- aft- -d potao. and au kind d uiOtd ee(g is n do
mn sMd. 4t y nily in the whoeale and re"
Ot Cma saeU meat cheap for cash. h busine The dead for a&
Sa pe b; pork 0 per b. Next being a graterth theu ppy.
&M Bal an Company. t tm from Uve Oak who are
JI HMtt, -W It clerk at the Su- in *ttwbdee upon the Baptist State
ww 6L b athe eick int, and Convention at DePFlak thi week are:
Skr in hoUl down that d oti- Rev. John A. Wray, pastor of the nt
Um o pnMet. Baptist church, CoL Ira J. Carter,
TP.IL L o a n., P. MayaMra, C. Y. Byrd and Mr. C.
rlll rFPaa hi Tonic, wu NN HilUreth, Jr.
Mb I maJde the De- J. Fleete, who wa in the mercantile
id a pmast call bus ain here several yr a has
IM S Mwas a busy daywith returnedto ive Oak (like e ybody
.* WLM 6 bst beie is gt. else who ha ever left) and has opened
Stb be good with our merchant clothing store on Howard street in
* da In tahe w the building vacated recently by Mr.
e aptor plow, so weo and fi-
vat kmwb by the farmers, a gen- At the annual meeting of the Worth
em ferite all over the county, at Stephens merantile company a few
Me mw s Hadware Company. days sine the folowia were elected
m. W. L McCWla, of Welborn, officers ofthe eapany for the ensuing
whowaby r td Sowannee con yer: T. S. B n, president; W. J.
i t Mhe ht em of thelgislatare, Hilman. vicepreaidet; Cha Baidn
daa oMld riad of the editor, was in secretary, and D. 0. Hry, treasurer.
tlh dty T dayon busine. In spite of the peaic t year the eom.
pany declared the usul dividend.


Mr. ad Mr L. Wilder spent the
day Moday at Falnouth the guests of
Mr. and M. John Cannon. Mr. Wilder
d som ne port in the woods bird
ting and was fortunate in bagging
quite a number.
Be. gers, pastor of the First
Baptist church in Gainesville., d wife,
wer n the cty afew hours Moady,
betWem trnk, a route to DeFunisk
Spring to attend the Baptist State
Covation in 1aes n there this week.
A. W. McLern, of Welborn, wu a
prominet business visitor in Live Oak
Tuesday. Mr. McLeran ay business
for the month of January was very
good in Welborn and that the prospects
for spring and summer business are
very good.

The Suwannee Hardware Company
have been compelled to place another
order with the factory for Hampton
plows-the well known and popular
plow with Suwannee county farmers.
Call and examine the plow-it is per-
fect in every particular.
Mrs. B. L. Gladden, of Pensacola,
with her mother, Mrs. Lindsay, have
leased rooms from Mrs. Dr. J. S.
Hankins, in the East end of the city
and will make their home in Live Oak.
Mr. Gladden is an expert dress-maker
and a lady of fine attainments.

Miss Jessie Wilson, of Hematite,
Mo., who is in the city the guest of her
comrin, F. R. McCormack, and Miss
AmiW Bouldin, sister of Mrs. F. R.
McCrmack, will leave the first of the
week for St Petersburg where they
will be the guests of H. E. McCormack

Mrs. H. E. Donell, wo has been in
the city for the past six weeks the
guest of her brother, F. McCormack
and family, left Monday for Orland
where she will ped a few days. From
there she will go to St. Petersbur
where she wil spend few weeks with
her brother, H L McCormack a
ad family, who are spending the win
ter there.





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Ed Delegal brought to our office
Wednesday a few stalks of cotton, cut
from a three acre field on Julius Skeen's
farm a few miles north of town, that
is as green and healthy as it was last
fall, and is full of bloom and open cot-
ton. It has not been hurt by cold
weather and it looks now liie there
would be enough cotton open pretty
soon to pay to pick it again.
Hon. J. B. Campbell, of Washington,
D. C., a special representative of the
demonstrative work being done in this
section of Florida by the government,
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Nio lef IRubautein returned -
had beem a iti her sitr, Mr. L o ll a.
Laar. She was vmri., ad to V
by Mh. Lao, w wi spw w r-i
ral days in our city the gaest of Ihr M
part. Mr. aad aMrs s. Ruobew- L
t MainL. m
Now i tbhe ta to selet your plemW. MIwsek t
We have the well k rn HRam day T p. a.
plow nd ask that you ea add eama Gaod a -mA 0 4
ain t-iMepetit atd it, mad yas wmee ti
lM Md it theWbeta m lma t fI 1 s-
wareas eatyo sil Q a op paMer CkBUWC uSA UM
and for geal wear ad tear it he a Sevw w
eqaL Swnee Hardware Co. Mt-*ak# N
T. M. Palmer; a wel lownreal- ne"i:aani aaswIts l ,
estate dealer of Jacksorile, Jam. The M- *
Spratt and Mr. Horta pommint the a dI d b d
Jaeksooville itizes, were tthe ob ri Mner e b I i I
of Joel Tueker Moday, and he aete C( al, Male I df M |
taed them with a day of Am sport dery N& U,tdo'Se eI
shooting birds. The party kibed about Membs 61" f
forty birds ad had a royal good time, anre kiy n t"db W bb U
Dr. ALuaz~vtg, the wed know Jack-by tyh tiuSkie d
onvdlle special will make his next J. I CA wnY b
professaa l visit toLive Oak Feb. 4;
office, Hotel Swannee. The Doctor iRllI
has been very rsucefual in overcoming ev J. F. ed, pi
all forms of eye troubls, alo the Preaich at U aL t e
straightening of cross eye without Sabbat h&W shel ate e l
knife. Hereafter the Doctor will make aftrowa.
visits every four months. Pnyr .e i
News ha reached the city that Jack- night
soville has become too mall to hold Yo are c dLMb d t
tbe six foot anatomy of Mr. E.P. Mills, services
and he has been compelled to order a
Snew suit of clothes from top to bottom BAPMTW C UCE
Then there isa lady in this city who Jno. A. Wray. Pa .
Ss so extremely prod of being agrand- Mornin l Sere1, U A.
d mam that her neighbor are thinking Eve Se ,
- that it will become neceary to sit up Sa M Se A.*
with her. I B.Y. P. U., S e'eb
Mid-week prayer --MI VCW
i .s........ day evenia. T O k.

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Died, in Jasper Sunday morning Rob-
ert Altman, aged about 29 years, of
typhoid pneumonia, after a several days
illness. The burial services were held
Sunday evening. A beautiful casket
was furnished by Undertaker Pots-'
damer, of this city. Mr. Altman held
a position on the Democrat several e mae
years ago, and is well known in Live mae a
Oak and Suwannee county. He had a of Framing
large number of friends and acquaint- All kinds and
ances who join the Democrat in ex-
tending sympathy. FRA0
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hinely and children
and Mr. Frederick returned Monday MADE TO



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so ggfmuitnAd unksea 2WS4 ~nDrOUI*VQikg 4sew
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5waMW the weAdi Mt uI fm at thbma
Z49610M1 .. R L @MIDthe 111t a-m of the Tbdhk
O w bfrq f thue city to thute~ db up V a4 ma w so
am WAK F"M the my bat I M 0 c p wo rIle st
*_m inwe11 tooh wIn* as in to
~tI -do W. CO w, j a heraudfin I Ok_ o it #m=hisaft s a 6r. As =A
~'i-krOlke- m.~~nhd~o I imMuJ a Cy As
MAIM, ~ ~ -a~mew minL but t4' i, b 111e"p h I q f61w1111iw.4y
"a wft "W"W O- d the ind ~eda W bqin, *-thu .4-Adis tk.ad ot -
NW sAIw to. ,ks SA dayNwhA d ofya anep w c a F ado e of
hbft 166 lhft POM Ow fit Oni mdt a zkc O aom and wM sel oei a Iniq md 9dw
ftw lists ft we edow n ly. by &V ud At 67 d ak wcd6 Mon NPW*
-way Mr. Deyn a*SAwr y (t ovvd w bi gJaum
M Mm POE wu inre moa kiee mif 'Ift 0 win mat at A& hanb
13A'3A now* a Oret m abh the nw e.To 11M .
M ed Oa a BWzl II i wM weqpnk is he-ra a f to O p
aiyam s 15i..
m.a- wa~r-t- NS4lD h liv (ak to Wwm, 68

8 -soon Im 03Mom dt *inge nm vid an da iethi s To dmnula the jawn vat
SM ONNOW M ly UZ"Phin a. CO MO" &by Dr. T. A. Bailey aW Uex-
t ~e.t hefW& fee heWeekof in-gmptign bqU
0 smul faor R 6 9 Wt e iItie eP d mi If & d q ww be at do k I N I I
&W YM r"b t u M do 'a uwetWhfte* Sprup .f mtb Live .Oak &t asfo-
MM b l gOMMfw m M a it kuk am be wmw0_d MM
wMWrftjar 1rp iqjri ive Oak y a an ch of theDrew it Oak. Friday and Saudy, at
ft S O POW" 41 FM i pu p nd, em if the work w the Fern- McCufles& BMwa bfit; Maffk3
M ftowk r&, $Mw An d of tFk SWe aZ,1W eHi aer r cn~t4 T l, at Yrbat's Had a
6 a wd a ism$4 e&Mog e bq mi bebere thu theam* roots. Ja y h om P.
&I pW7hvjt Gawatma** d w be bukl D. Sandn's sm r; Wbke Sprbg
of o it cosp"KmmL T4y, over J. E Mibma amW;
FIL Ja Lak r.Ot-, Wda 'a y. at CintMk
so we the 1uer' Ur board o1 of tkati- eiu
Id mo in d ateo Lt bi= mdthee
sum Mrat UV* the aWINNWtao b~i C.e-ay week in J17amo &Wbe -c I
Ino fr o t mtthe. wekl. .Da CiD. y vil h* ; IR
dub f* as st Ian Oak &W the Cap ka My BuL no stateL Lit
am& M _' __ & a&. L.et&* aitaatswith it
~~u~ith t Itsal. ammIqc at the capital J~~iit~e tP BaY, ove fl
~ ~nI~dth th *aasg rIqsra ha wt bee lti ratC.t
3*.1 WOD StITICK S. H. E11f, PRoprieto.
(rr m rum in .1-_o thuaks BrIim, Fb. Jan i84 iSb Thflil, Bqi, Smuiple Came., Fancy fl
Mtwo Djcrr t -Pleas aler mt Linthf G~dL
'a Ia-- v. Coa Syiip re t e thea cthbereri wi he a -~ 124t 337 SyireZ
~1 '- u~ -a ai m-air. Uhim ralad diner at O'Brie OD Jackwile Fhb. DcC. & 19~
hmt ugmswr the~ehklwdith the Petersbarg heal is *, .1BsiF ity.
ml g t~ -r -ia it u dka SI ~atw-y, heuhday~ Fib- Dear Sir~-wk wkd y1s ew. c~
Il-r ~riam.t thu* inepJ. myhe~y visrit amm m9 patd fo' rm, whu k gt nOun)
,_ .qk.r Sod by Live Oak i~ag well 511e4 ~ske3 and tridg wrk I coasiler ae perfect
I am or~e than p.ied
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Revgde ori at, a
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The Kin of BuftterMakers rte 1h k
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Dr. T. A. Baie. Ja&wcvJice. Fla
Dvw S:-Tb wori you d&i fcor MY
wife as Proven entfre f factriv
and to beadi YoCu caimed fvr aw
thoae t- w e. we re -: Iea3cie -
aib,, I nw I cWAWdWt have rmcmurw~
better u I p" xxbi e tN teice

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P. BOX 42



Al Communications can be made direct with the Live Oak Cigar Factory.

Mail Orders will be promptly attended to.

0 4 M0 OT Notice of Application for Charter. tmke and adopt Bylaws for the goverumat
soa4iP ALIm NOTICES Nthe aRais d said oapead. andun-til th frat&
LAM w LNotice is bereby given that the undersigned in- a naW 1 ofingdthe stokoldmers o this cr-:
tend to pply to the Governor of the State do porstim G. I Davi be Pneids t. 1. L
0* saw ft 0we Florida, at Tallahasee, Forida. on the 25th day ~cCMrm Vad W. P. Waker,
Sd I Im h AppQlyo for Let- o Februma, A. D. 1909.for the isame to them! Seewetr and Tlu.n r. ad thM ie above
ad tirM d csrf o to Apply for Let mPatet upon the' o i C emit s athes of DinremS34
o4 m0 tW bo ok. following proposed carter. wh o" dS end SI t1 10-M
___ __* Witness our hads and mls this 14th day Jan- O ad I Mapim.
ft *4 a-. b I vr s u ay 1909. Armcu La.
I ar t r o o wtr tr that e GEO. PORTR. JR. The highest amount d tbee.a. hish.
6 elber the 7gshe ch We. the underspgned hereby adopt this pmro- each 6'sitok (s$1G5iDa
-- Slf --e 2 Wro t 1rth charter et an Intendod Corpora tion.
Io o 4 a bg b D. s4 w I 1i ofa a n- iMt i. k.
R|1- P m VMM W Is W9tot The nm and of~rt. r *rlrt to-
)ad a *A grb IaLt irtiag "Key The nae 0of the Crpoatio rshl be the North stirwithtmaomtort k lsuick b fir
Od e-Ar -hcim. Fireda Lumbe Comapay. d its principal pLece byeab is as foll G. Davis. Sve k.
40Of--t & W d WHt 411"b a 1 Ahe i t he b of business b in ve Oak. suIruu.e eoum. mL 3myi M dteIL mmk.l
# no se r ry d thes sd Florid. ty. Flormai. Liv Ok. Pborida.one s ham W. P. Walkr. Live
F*^A .r I L .2UY O2. Flrid trwty shm
d Iet V aJ. iAWmTTOe* Th general natrof t business to be trn- a. H. DAV
W. w 8TB9 NS acted by said orartion shaH be the buying. F. R McOACK.
mpc Th A L mcut si ad anftacturi ng a kinds of dressed W. P. WALKER
Ns~d Mam n ud dad r ah lambr, th buyri. fling and mam.- State Florida,
M ."M bm LTh ie aid aLkinso hardeo Coo a tmSdakinds ofardwood; I Conty Sawan. oe,. c meo an this da
Old ft, a M. A. .LT e all k vn bdu i ad bli ad of build ing m ad V Walker. wh ,on Wt, knol.
Trir. Building boam for otm by oootnetreitt tby 2^d faiagS(5?
eIs s seels Aahe a t tow ofa Branford or owning buying and selling ad building bribs to th capital stock thereof, sd for
Im rl--- Ri, ttt *- lhuti s e s for rnt o fo rsale.
a,&-- b^ L-A s b Ihav wthetright tostablieh ranch o fori the purpose therin st forth.
tihMight"Mn thepo w busimesfor which In witness whereof I have berento set my
M dr kM b etora~r d at any other point or points The capital stock of i corporation shall be hand d this 14t day of January. 19.
glow ^ h r thee atm 41 h Srida. L.five thousand dollsdivided in ty h of FRED. W. BUTLE.
SATICL 2. the par value of one huadnd do rs ach. ten ISAL. Notary Public.
606--L_- U &L- -nor rn whi h i- tn he naid for in h b fope


e U G rl -tere of business to be tranacted. P cL wu i rL w o pa r n caL U ore ----- -
ee th al natu o e c s id corporation is authorized to comment basi- I Noticeisherebiv al nt
S. IuetiM L The erml nature of the business ne the balance of said capital stock to be paid N SOTICE. of aisb
bog& a&e o ra t d by t1 corporation a ha be that in lawful money of the United States, or in prop- eC tcmmi t ir
S aI- ulaMuiM all kinds of dry goods, .6ots. erty. labor or services at a just valuation thereof' Notice is hereby given, that under and by vir- ni n ad for the ommar f to
4 |^B -- t' a a hB d.esatha. ries. furniture, hard- to be fixed by the board of directors at a meeting tue of a final decree in Chancery made by H Uon. es of jdmert 11 ld ed lf
mmss rL fu4 m rluierfilier, ad all kinlis called for that purpose. B. H. Palmer. Judge of the Circuit Court, of the certain ca wheb Ch t
S 46r t- 41 -e -M d b ra ppl aad i to en. Third Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, i ny, a e nr iftm
isW W ,smin and conducting a ..oand for Suwannee county, in that certain eaue North Cuiiws. w
40 W MY- *eiarand oercant ibus sscS o ration shall exist fOr iif t years. c aus end North =i
SI tb 4b and eI aMd l kid of articles and thins 5. Walter J. Bryson and his wife Alice Bryson are un t he rm s r -l
L y e a wtels ale and retail mercantile The business of said corporation shall be con- defendants, pending in said court, and wheein wre defendenit I labI b i d
Ir I9 it WW gl e II a-emes, ad to Ihv all power ncessay ad ducted by President and Treasurer. Vice-Presi- said defendant Walter J. Bryson was decreed t public outcry to the h~i b
SaN OW gas C general was t and retail der- dnt. Secretary, and they shall be elected the first pay to complaiSant within five days from rendi- Monday the firt day of 1-6a &
IaW eae be to deal (irrn stocks, bonds0', Inote. Tuesday of January of each year. and until such tion of saiddecree, the sumof $3.06.83 incladi legal hours far is fM of t o
g i go m eros d other Siv.enee. oft indebtedness. election and qualification of said officers the busi. attorneys fees, as also cot of said Suit. and indr in Live Oak. Suwa m *.
W !__ mAsie iL The e t rpratiom hall have and en- e of the corporation shall be conducted by the default thereof that the following described lands tAlowing described porty r ar
3 W- s sef an pI er. r A? sad prwilgu of the cor- undersigned. should be sold to satisfy said decree, and wherein aswis satisfy tY M
i f this uan db oder the laws of theSte GEO. E. PORTER, JR.. as Pres. and Treas. I the undersigned special master was appointed and coat to.wi: 8I at sts a tM
O6Wd PFts t t e and be sued in its corporate C. D. BLACKWELL s Vice-Pres. and Sec. and directed to execute said decree; said decree s ip south, r. 14 a" t M L I
MW* b 0 (lr eps eItE to tract sad be contracted with: to bearing date 23rd, day December 190. I said p SE, section 21. tew s4 -
e'e rtaimses, tocksdand bonds for the cor- cialmasteron the 7th, day of February. A. D.i ad NW oSW~S d So w d SWS -
S 8MM pm1m d- to deal ia l)dswntsmand decees; to do The highest amount of indebtedness or liability 1909. before the court house door in the city of township 6 W thr. n ie 14 to
l. _. w the MseM ~ i O tent with its charter to which the corporation at any time subject Live Oak. in saad county and state. during the all 60 acres moror ores; _M -
Sad t hul-at with the corporate laws of itself, shall not exceed the sum of fifty thousand legal hours of sale will offer for sale, and sell to wanneecountv. Flurdi
Sf Stt of F Bi-PH a. dollars. the highest and best bidder for cash the follow- : J. IL Br
.ArcLc 3. 7- ing described real property, lying and being I j.
C tal Stock. The names and residences of the subscribers and situate in aid county of Suwannee. or so much
*- TIhe meant of capital stoek author- e ram t of stock subribed for by eh: Geo. thereof as may be neesary to stisfy iud sum
S 9 me -d W bet of dstok author- i E. Porter. Jr.. twenty-five shares, C. D. Black- of money decreed to be paid complainant ad the. NOtic of ApplisatlO hor Teo e IO f
-o p a p r I the e ds mb bdi 1 .$ divide well, twenty-four shares and J. G. GoCnsm, one cost of of said proceedings, to-wit: of SE i 4 action 8 of Chapler M. Ia* f
Sese df the per va*u of $100.00 ech; hare, a of iveak. Suwanoe county. Florida. and SE4 of SWI, section 15; entire section 23 Florida
sA ltme"a. of the s a.d l asteek shall bepd In witness thereofwe hereunto set our hands SWi of section 4 N SE, and N' ofe SW% of
D a ~-a o r e -eil equmlet to e., be- and mals this the 14th day of January.A. D. 0. section in township 5. south range 14 east: Notice is herby gienthat C A It tm
SS tM et any iGEO. E. PORTER. JR SW Sand S of NW of section 22: S., NW chaser of Tax CertiAate NMa X& I%
I, t --- at o f fthe-f aid aital stock hall C. D. BLACKWELL, andW) of tNE sectiM28; S4 of S3, NW day of June.A.D..l l r hs Mid d
at M do Ma i s e mannr as the J. G. GOGGANS. of SE and NE~ of SW ofsection 33 in town- in my ofaie. SMd I made I tI
SIe m Ms qr esscdSt, ead eartiof F of a. ship. south range 15 east: W of NES of see- deed toi in imeshme ws r
S- i to Suwanns Countypt*ve stock- S me a Notaf F a tion 1. township 7 south, ran 14 ast. Lot of ticate embraces the im ---l .1s
LM spai-theI e fM per eot. of thea Swn seBefore m a No re stion 27. SE, of section 31. E, and SM of situated i a Sw-uw s .
Sil V la iSW rbiUI m i rc ted PUblic, persoally.ame Ge E. Porter. Jr.. C. D. NW1 of ectiont 3, NW% of action 4 in town- SWk of Ss. Petl 4 a
i t kM Ml ,ckboder so payiJng. Bsekll, J. G. ns, to me well known u ship 6 south of range 1 est. roan 11. 4art o tli l m n n e
I Ihi I rI eirtetes shall be pre- the foregoing subscribers and acknowledged that F. W. BUTLER. The id lad rbeias a ea aI f 1
tt t a l ct)bLe mu-L4aw1s to p the reportt they executed and subcribed the mne for thhe Spcal Mtr i andc of smm c esti t i the m
AacaC 4. sWitess my had SMd seal of ce this the 16th Dated this 2th day of December, 1908. known. Unless msad er&mlla hbadn
4 wt -- o w ie a corporation shall exist day of January. A. D. 1909. ..- according to law. ta .d.S &S
an boo fet" Tle I s raesratisashall exist and con. K E. PICIARD. NOTE'. Witness mol y of e sa the
S iem e he a pM m el d albety-nise yards, unle Notary Public for the State of Ferida at large. 1th day of January. A. ..S
S< l- werd aeeeiag to law. My commission expires December 11. 1911. Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue i J. YKmU,
*I ,a A o S of final decreemade by the Hon. B. H. Palmer, Clerk Circuit Court, SuwaMvse Ce (' l e
t ArL \ti.a f Intntia t Annl for l.it Judge of the Third Judicial Crcuit of the State i By LA (1AWlIDb I
--AA Notice f Intention to AD-2--IZ-_r ; IB A A

40 e I We.b w #,e 1 whi k the business i to be trans- 1 qT M .. .- "--- of .Florida. in and for Suwannee ovnty, in Cnan-
,fi- et o eters Patent. cery. at chambers in Lake City. Florida bearing
seen.. he a tsue of0 the corporation The undersigned subscribers to the capitaldate January th, 1909, in that certain cause
mI gI L b t 5 he *mstdutedl by and under the control and stock of the herein afterwards named corpora- wherein Hinely-Stephena Company, a corpora-
I Va* O m s" maet of a bWt of directors, a president. tion. hereby give notice that they will apply toton, are complainants and J. H. Rogers. Fann
we poemrent eretary and treasurer, and a Hon A. W. Gilchr;st. Governor of the State of B. Rogers and international Harvester Compan
* l.. Tk nsrw Provided. that the office of Flyrila, on the 8th day of February. A. D. 1 t. !ar defendants, an r ch anaid causs the Inter-
.as. kagft r .a.l secretary may be filled by for the iLuance of Letters Patent incorporatinginat Harser an ae os b ogr
I sa o-lLA i s thtI i ae mprarn: and provided. that the them as a corporation to do business under the plainants and J. H. Rogers. Fannie B. uere
So w ad pf irsent an treasurer may be filled by co: pirate name of MAdidle Florida Grocery Com- :and Hinsely-'tephcen Company are defendants;
-"' W. t. I S perrO. pa:,y. with a charter as herein afterwards set, and in said decree I. the undersigned Special
)i U n V H ~,**t 411 of the saidirectors and officers forth a copy of which has this day been tiled in Mater waduly appointed as ad Special Ma
S. s. a'dl cht i fr>mamnor.g the sttck- t:, ,,;ce 'cretary of State f h StIe, ter and required to execute the final decree made
t,* -( i .nrwp ation at the annual mnwn Fi,, i : in sad caue. I as said ecial Master w 1I o0 t.e
onft I ,o t.. ,. rf ,,dr t. to be held in the town of G. H. DAVIS. first day of Februarv, IA t. Defort, the court houe
rf.,Al e, SuaannMe c nty, Florida. at th. MCCORMA(T door in Live Oak. Sawarntn ('onty. rlor,!a dur-
No w ,0 .' o, d i.,,uw4t 4t the corporation, on the irst W. P. WALKER. ti th legal hours af .-ai. offer for iale arnl Se,;
4. 4 -oJ and on the same da- a t,,i t-he highest bidder fr ca.h. r d- much t f
'4. ". andon the same day ant .IulLE FIRrT. ,,s n~c's rv t' ar.. !f :ht' armournt. ,tcret-i to be
,,. ', .ah titckholder having as mav A to be
Mi.. .. w a. .~..rm ak lfor in the corporati>,n cNu. ,n -.i. be M i :" H:"ly-,t i'r L'on:llany and tn e Irlti.a-
S '. ,!.adl netl a'nual meetiri and urn l "'!r-.la ,-.'.r\ ('Coimany, wth its p'lincipal t:;.al Harvester t',mpian. a.a wel as .he cot ,,f
I h-C, ....,. arrT elected and qualitdi. t*e iact'ef .t ui es at ,.ive Oak. Suwa.;ee coun -aid sui and saa the f.ilwig (e.crti. p'r1p-
,b .. *,.0. t.6.;: h I H KA y. Br-anford. Flort a. Flo'i.a. a:,i .uch other piaC.-e bu-:ne wit.,. er>. t- t: S,.: n hal: ,of Noth ;t q .arter
9 *a* I ai,,,,, Brar.nfn. Florida. anil W. H. ::. tl .' :ate-Mas ma. b deterniied u;,.n l,, Secti. .ii nh, *.ar .c ,u' anld Ea.t.
S, l i f,,rd.l!oria. and until the rnex thr C. .il ,f Lir .ct.r of this corporau'L.n. :;.ng an'd b-in s u 'et- in IaInr ,e t,, :.
4 .' .-." an, un'il their succesIs. n are ARKTrLE SECoN). I ,.r:. a",i n a'n. ..i .fl C ,re
L '* l rr.i t C *l. A H. Kev. of Branford, ihe .:.arai nature of the t, ':. e ,.!e.'.o "I '. -" ,r .If J au- : .
5'ia e,, ,% i t! he t rrren an I treasurer. John R. to be tra.a! ha:l b e ex!\ley a i .: !;i 1i n.ME. Si-al ..a r
#&d. r, letra.:.a F IcttU,4 vll. b.i ,)ME. Sj a.rr

ia -fe i raoi*, pr onra. s ia e genera,
* q aner a.! n .cretary. and W. H. Stephens. of
H I'f.Ol F'lokr'i. -hall be vice-president. The
4' ilm di.4* r :e ,int^eirs and directors shall be
.t : k t b ) he B--laws of the curioration.

ArTICl. 6.
I.mint of lndebtedness3
',. I The hurhet amount of the indebt-
. ..1 i'.. b.':ty to which the corporation may
*is >iw subjectt itself, shall not exceed twike
t h wn*i.,t he capital stuck of the corporation.
I o nnaws and rendences of the subscribing
in ,rp.ratir and the number of shares subscribed

huilness. iealng prtinc pal!y m vin ~-'e::t',
*.''rter with Yuch other line of merchantdi e a, tie
Board of Directors may frum time to time decide
upon not Inconsistent with the laws of Florida.
tne conduct of the business. to be to but. tll and
diispoe of groceries, general mercharndise, stocks
and bonds, and such other lne., of mercrar.d:i.
as afortesid. exclusaiely by wh -lesa!e; to also
buy. ,o n. sell and dispose of real estate and 3uch
other business as is consistent with tri. charter
and law- governing corporation of thick character.
The capital stock of this corporation snall be
Ten Thousand il$10.itu-W. Dollars. ,diided into
One Hundred shares of the par value of On:e

Sherifr Is ".

Under and by virtueofa aonbe lesu ..'
and under the hand and msel i (ICte Ims
Court in and for Suwarmn Coty. PIhsew
the 1Sth day of January. A. D MW -ses-
C ornlia Allen. t al. for the m d o a W
the cost of keeping. I have attaed Sd eu 4
front of the court housewow ~ Ithe eat 4 Ia-
Oak, Suwvann -e county. FlYuda. u t Fr2 0 a
of Janua-v.. A. D). I'. dunnr the ~es h**..# 4
w saie.ll at pubLe outcry to th.b hWt t0a.u
f'.,r eah. the followirpg derwnbal erme> .-"-
.rty. to-wit ()O bhy ponb uma. Ia ~*' s
'he mrme be'g t e prutlerty ic'-rsbu t *'* '
tachnient J H K"X K
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final ucr-t of f(recwooarv &.,4 1 A
:trti in tne.( IrVult (o C i tt ,*! f
.'.!' In aId for rSuann n o uw P,
,4r.,..AI f* n- 5ae 4U --. I

,w!41ng in -4,d court %he-i IV
A1k.MiNL.,'RAT1'S Ni CE. piarnlat and Shelton Wllhawrw juIbw S
h aa a ere defendan s. 1 WI air *,. 'I .1 .,
d',i::.lt,-ertli, egrater-~, hear' ai~ cr arid h ghest and bestbider f-r ,.9 .
ail iner r-.Ans .v h, ma, h trtnrten. are herteby .,,urt houz dmor in Uvw ('*A
ntirtifledhat 1. :is alnratr td ".ta!4 Fvd. h',us r ini LatheII ...- -
N. 'V Oter's. at- .4of -.aunnt*I C,..rida. ijijr.,In -ph alN .. ,,-,m &
Id f hI of F' Fbvary W4N ..v '-~'*.g .v 4-
% i r onth. -'n,, la o. Ni -)' IA I. i. :i .~ ~e toIauinirg .r tumcrb& n-i- 0
between tthe hur- 4f 4 iwd 12 o".1r0w k a r. a,.-i'S'i w'a v. 1 ,
tme Coor,? i'ous ot ca'id .t'. jrer.flnt nit. c- Trt nmirtkheAst qqa*rer 4 '
C runi ani vu'ht.~r!.,*, t~- C ~unt' J jg f aid ) f -wt:)n foIur'kn .
eounfl' and awi)I, for a!.iirua, seitmen'. 'oath rar!it- tiCk't
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Prie, $5.75

WM flTTN u[ ko N FOscilhidi Feed
Strongly made and has more good points about it than
-er m aies of its kind on the market. Has neither chain
O rocket wheels, but knocks or .jars the fertilizer out of the
k into a sot which conveys it to the ground and spreads
it m farrow made by the opening plow.

Price, $5.75

Ufi T NSTIM No. I, L otry Feed
Strongest, most perfect made. Far superior to anything
on the market. Unsurpassed for putting out all kinds of
Guano, easily regulated to distribute the proper amount; no
waste in turning rows.

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Force feed, strongly made, steel qriigi uMk
justable coulters; will plant from a peck to t -
acre. The are used in all the cc tt 4
knowledge to be the best eotton pi

Pdi0 $6e75

MANr n11wrM k2 Iri
Is built on steel frame with covering~ to I
on Guano when put out, all at one opn t.A o -
horse; hopper holds nearly twice the amount id 01n a
makes of distributors.

We want your business this year in Agricultural Implements of all kinds.
chance. We have a very complete line of everything

We can and will save you money.
you will need. Come and see us.

The Hair Hardware Company

H. H. BROWN, Manager

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Rev. ('. W. Duke to Lecture at Baptist
The Barcr a and Philathia classes of
the Baptist church have secured Rev.
Mr. Duke, pastor of the First Baptist
church of Tampa for one of his popular
lectureon his recent European trip.
He will be heard here at the Baptist
church Friday night, the 29th inst. His
subject will be, "A tour of Palestine,
its people, their manners and customs."
He will be seen in some of the costumes
of the East The two classes of young
people will take care of the expense
attabed to the lecture and make it
free to every one. A cordial invitation
a extended to all.
Putor Wray says that there is a
tmrt in store for the people of Live
fIk and that all who hear Mr. Duke
wtU feel under many obligations to the
aracmu and Philatheas for the oppor-
He says that Mr. Duke is a fine stu-
dent, a fluent and impressive speaker:
that he u a ckoe observer and has the
rvn and happy faculty of reproducing
thl thtus hW sees so as to make others
see thrm Hu lecture will be instruct-
,. and ?mat highly entertaining.

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%:. 1 hwreb%\ iitwer i trat the street
. 4 WtUW uof tih City Council of the
. i) of [Iive ik. Fionda, ixill receive
hkb fot thr ctJotruction of the follow-
a kwrnrbed sidewalk,. bids to be
*,iwMH at 12; u'ckck. m.. Tuesday. Jan-
ry Mi. It*V. B;ds to be made by the
w&t ) ard and to include all material
and aieh bnck Aall for curbing.
A -ai- I t 4 a n i tlrth4*k al-irr 6,..

S (NOTI'E (IF APPOINTMENTS. Italian Farmers for Florida. Newspapers Tell the Ged.
A press dispatch from Paris conveys A young man reading a newspaper
* For the convenience of tax payers the inform tion that a colony of five the other day, chanced to find hies e
we will be at the following precincts: thousand surviving victims of the earth- in a news item in a con ntio not par-
Wednesday, Feb. 3, Dist. No. 4, Su- quake in Calabria and Sicily may be ticularly agreeable. Thereupon he be-
wannee. settled on that tract of land in Manatee gan to abuse the editor, andamong otL-
Thursday, Feb. 4. Dist. No. 5, Union. county known as Myakka. The owner er things remarked that if he "htd
Friday, Feb. 5, Dist. No. 7, Rocky.of this land is Duke Pompeo Litta of done anything good, the paper never
Sink. Lombardy, who proposes to donate it would have published it." The vou
Monday, Feb. S, Dist. No. S, Dow- for this purpose, in order that a new man was wholly wrong in his judg-
ling Park. 'Messina may rise in a land where earth- ment of newspapers. The fact ia, ae
Tuesday, Feb. 9. Dist. No. 6. quakes are unknown, if the consent of of the keenest pleasures that come to
Wednesday, Feb. 10. Dist. No. 9, the Italian and American governments newspaper men- one of the gretat
Clayand. can be obtained. Five thousand would' compensations of their live,-is the eft
Thursday. Feb. 11, Dist. No. 11, Lu- be a notable addition to the population recurring opportunities they Alnd of
raville. of Manatee county, and is about 8 per dealing out kind words, and of chronm-
Friday, Feb. 12. Dist. No. 12, Kirk- cent of what the total population of cling good wherever it may make its
land. Florida was in 1895. In fact it is sev. appearance. No newspaper worthy of
Monday. Feb. .15, Dis.t No. 24), Bur- eral hundred more than the whole coun- :the name ever allows its columns to re-
lington. ty of Manatee contained in 1900. These flect the personal preferences or pre,-
Tuesday. Feb. 16, Dist. 1,. Branford. Italians will be given farms. The Ital-: udices of its editor. It is rare. indeed.
Wednesday. Feb. IT. Dist. No. 17, ian is naturally a farmer. The expe- that the bitterest enemy of the editor
O'Brien. rience with them in New England, does not get the fairest and most con-
Thursday. Feb. l-. Dlit. No. 1.5. Mc- where many Italians own farms, is that siderate treatment in the news column.
Alpin. in intensive farming they cannot be of his paper. If any one does anything
Friday. Feb. l. Dils:. No. lo. Nebo. beat. They are thrifty, frugal, light- commendable the newspaper hastens
Monday. Feb. "2. Dist. 14, Welborn. hearted, progressive and make good to proclaim it with full credit, and
Tues-day. Feb. 23. uist. No. 16. Le- neighbors. A community in wiich whether he who performed the wurtnm
ona. many Italian contadini, or farmers, are deed is friend or foe, it is not pe rmattld
Wedne~iay, Feb. 24", Di:. No. !,. settled soon becomes prosperous, is is to color the account one iota. Such ,.
Hickory Sink. said, but they are gregarious and pre- the unwritten law in the office of ever:
Thursday. Feb. 2.. Di.s. No. SA. Pad- fer to live in colonies with others from real newspaper The impression., ther-
lock. the same italian province.- Shor- Talks fore that some people labor under tnat
Friday, Fv.. l6. D:,. No. ;, P'ine- in Times-Union. their names, in connection with a ni
grove, item, are used maliciously or because
i. N. MEEKS. Tax Assessor. li.po!ino f tIJ1Wr. of any unfriendly feeling -,n the ; r ,
,1J. A. M LE'. Tax C o.ec:,.r-. A, W4s predicted. Broward left the of the editor, is wholly unf,,unred. t,'r
ia:Ce Cf ooper to h"i successor. It is advice to all such is to g, ahead an., ,.
announced that the State Pardun Board something worthy of praise, and
We send postpaid. FREE, a valuable will take up the case January 26 for how quickly the newspaper wi;. :,.
present worth $1I.A' to each lady who final decision. There is little likelihood about it, giving due credit, and ,lear.ic
will serd us the names and addresses that the death sentence will be per- with the utmost generosity and irnar
nf I laiis 'n nher v;cinitv who are uif- mrt .... ti li4,., -. .

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t gd s the Ibaqust given by
o Ao "mcr O Mee night
n aI typltr ~M to the sat
a H mi eIo iantly eadMr him
I If t te y eibuaalflty of this

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slowO NIs tla Ihe"nactrn from Which
so "n ca &As he worked a wall
dohatma10m a be seriously lujured, but
em Is d i ot deter him in his
fa* t *LboI o k~ ad he ptinesd his
-1a di u he rbued the Impris-
8 sm am eblw.
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AM&_w ama ti.of bWin cnueiseIl The
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*nIs to Eselun Senatnor Whyte
el Ja. an. 1A.- ody dme
s-o nMatm the caledar of otf Unite
3saw tos o"sW so fr a al transa-
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OEM oft lw a"e r
*so samsoea.

SO ft44 -
40 d so so No**_
seem""#& as Iw

#oft ft 6S

a s m
*~ mmd
~ SW
Se of
ad~ SerI r

SC Se '

Ow bes of rrIesI tatlvt amd oth-
ae M-e of v tloa were forgotten
i the oomge pad to the menmry
of tW e WIUlIAm Pinkney Whyte,
ramor fruM Mtrylad, who died lat
INVt It9 -"" of elghty4eour, after

TI iV rMe of ulogy was delivered
Yr &-MA RyMr of M hykafd, col-
W"" t of te 9 atesmAL
umepr 1N60 y PfPelwhd in New Mex-
We MoeuoAinM.
I* PW TeOL. J,. 16--te L. R. V.
Tunm a proinmte IoDpiecpaJt min-
bw alfkooklyn. N. Y.. who was sup
rind to he perished during a bllai
It I the Qsdalkwpe ountatu Int
MNe NMoico. ha been found alive
by o bers in a but.
He was nearly starved to death,
IavtWl one several days without
WMl He kpt from freehing by burg-
te prt* alf the cabin. He will s-

I' rracre became lot while got1

* queen )ty to marry a omple.
Get Rady for Hughe&
bye'Mu. N T., Jan. 1S.-Temflht
(Wea Ivan Hughes will lay asie
Mi dlItty a Ivernor of the great
Saoe r aw d M will become for a,
hv bus a ala citia while he is
*4-uBg Latlsatoe iato li Krewei



AtluA OGL, Ju 1L.-Ner in the
ogry rf Atdta, tat es in the
hleM thtm erdo.e o vw,"
Me dMtY a&4 yIke I the elty

-t w Pr(i t Emtet wotl it
TI, Iwho Will b e t ldy'I est fr
tuemiAs bwMHe. OGly see thin
mrM. Iso u00"is the *baloa of
Amaftm tU is the abusem of

MM. Taft, for whom the ladies of At-
lanta had planned a warm reception
urn! it was announced with regret
by the president elect that a pre-
vious engagement with their son at
Yale would prevent her coming here.
The climax ot Atlanta's attentions
to Mr. Taft was tbh chamber of com-
merce batlquet. Six hundred and &-
ty sat d wn to dine with the presi-
dent elect on a menu composed main-
ly of famous southern dehcacios. The
piece de resistance were beked opos-
Pum, with bakeJ sweet potatoes on
the ritg of him, on the left of him,
olderr him and heaped over him. The
pesum wee included in the bill of
bre at Mr. Taft's request.
The banquet was held in the new
Armory auditorium. The dining hall
had been turned Into a grand sym-
phony of ro!or. eMhln.l the speakers'
table, which was about seventy feet
long and which was played aginot

the wat he e vu ghbos a
patde UiteUd Istas b Io o rof
bras, &me d etrkc Mob The
dean Inthe ba =m e d
tie lighs d the oib

whole wvu tiatlWly bds witu
tbe chlcew Of bodwoe Amem ne
gkhts o rise a fafi as to &tg" the
raMe tmat theug b gwa it

Fee Cearilas-Yakee CAN&
(otawy, Jan. I1.-1b % lums
mint c ctheid a Of t Mn~sm
uan libe iw and rM r i In e
pups of a seeing bow re w
day by ad dspft(nof Winu"
fwrm the Uvfted $%Ans sad obish
of tte Dlm pv The

P-010 1 ALL

-r inei b- b -
ba, vu illhw a ~-to
&L. J. 1* ft &SM i

L ~ la Wtdftf
Ius Aowft EuA04
mift p"4 It a a* f s

sabjee willehNA Ndot 8
P Urn .e h Use

etter ware hebded by Noier I
rie, whe is MImtwe Is the"r
L Wbe m b w d ,t Sew 6 Ma ieos e U low*a

is o-fl to d% Mr 1l*_l ._ .. -w
proveaoD t of te Hi-mk rivr UM an inaS 1 mb 3
the CLuWy to al ic. i wi, to h ic ew -W n ItI
the IaMoremsot w bo bs IaIto .sO w O d0 G 4
tM CapkAt -nl SAM ** aamof a pma a* o
gr"t blaNd wterwm y No LA W o
CmpWbetween tde Doiksa *W a tM g m w em *s
treoUl and New York. d A B

Telka, Kan., Hoet" elbSumL Yw l m",m.~d IM
Toka, Ka Jan. 5.- 0,Th 1 M.-I m C.a=' I -so.
etM boto, a fuioum sto ing pike m as" 'm e P ism o
for lsiran Ma potktlei 4d it Shet, 1 3' IW d ft
nted at Ninth and KaMua m=ua T h ro N
one bloek oem the state c Oaptol, r twl
destroyed by fire that started aborIVUy
alter 4 o'clock yesterday mrulka. ftlU w A
very room was occupied, the gMaU
numbering aboiu 100,. aMmg tieM upw mTl Me MMdO
many persons of promlMee %M9*- I" Judge WUIMB 'I.-i
out the state. 1 The flw d i t M tor iWP O e t
with such remnLrkabe i qpty l Ct Al o is Iinet f t
moet of the occup"It wS tor to Una o o B s
make their esaPe by way of hoe ire bribery with his I o
eWapes. Many Jumped to wev t Bthe
lives and reoived more or e t t
rious ituri Ruet. former -bow" mM
A dozen ersos were InJud, oCM, d a u &gene chlt lM
fearing from broke limbs a or o the city
tad one person is mining.

St. 9r1r- N. mI
Min. Calve in Sanitarium for Throat i as nnoM o V of e A sW -I
Trouble. venoay, wo wo st -O d
Savannah, GCa.. Jan. 18.-LmIt for Rus ian fleet ia MnH. I I af

rour aya, wim t e newspaper men
of 6aamJi, JacIirville aad other
tties earching for her, a&d the meo-
hre of her own oompany myetiid,
ma d baV Calve, prima d dofna
hm been found under the uare of a
throat spealist in the Ogietboe
gn!tarium. in Iii city, at her eae,
except for the ca::&e that sent he:
there, in a private site of ruo ,
mnetory to evr the otier patient

wes practically awiblmhU Io f f
anese in the battle of l f J
The death of Vi e iM 2M
vensky, which occurred iM iL
burg yesterday. -- Se t -@i
of the heart
64novi Petrvitch P, Jstety. Oi
W" *.iuA ,4 ) b w- vd I4 d bms a
the Rbslaa aaftl servnM If t
put of his if.

Hello, Central, give me

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T vn y r hakae nothing but the best of Eats---Freshest, Cleanest kept



in the State

%a M- md you will continue. Nothing like it in the State of Florida. We sell you for Cash and save
dI l L ur I sUlamry to pay your cook and laundry. Don't buy goods on time. I have been behind the
m lll vo orly knew you would pay cash, for your money will go as far as John D. Rockefeller's as
I hm Hw 1ln and read:

long as

Q)gl uv


3-lb Tomatoes for----------
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doo 1% 04*t10" TI

t 41 uen Ofldaid mW *
ow" b the tb d at i
at sre eritpes it'e h th umm of
Tb -Kir ngluofd Bannr" ofe the 060:6 bP bS ow b
Amarlmsn repuhldc bad hb i dga 5NeL Yrlb.sM
a s t4 Owl AALIP9 b ftivulw~ll

i i a Ii dated 1W"22 --- On Itip-' -- 'al
S- 9ft seNeOspem the Wastieft ceat if uti-4"kWhebi th fc ft
M gIdr cermtln of three stars, with .bar or f atd -rm a em sprt.
Sstripes beneath them. On the first day a pMr wh bes th ad pme.
of the new yar, 1 the thirteen tO. rN i an e ms l thssm" smM
ualted colonies ra led a standard t the tadst. They c t dw thr h
Oft LWoshiWnton's headquarters that riL, aId thM wee the aL-
Sa sIs l t te This introduced the stripes of the New Ylt MaIL
L w la B~e Sn- present, but retained the crosses of St
iF S e m audi neo of a George and 8t Andrew on a blue The First Pteime
Sg- f le. He took r his text ground In the corner. In 1777 the John l h ha the credit f prdouc-
k o t the law." and se re were placed by stars. as the h the et pantoime ever seea
SM d a al oeLk on ac- Deo tld of Indepedene rendered a tnd. This was prformad on
a u..e ;- of the iaws t retentie. of the English element Dee. I 1711, at the theer In Lin-
Ssemet e aw annecemw ry and Inconvenient. In thus coin's Inn Field& Bkh had LoWa b i-
SM b upo adoption the arus of his ancestors asu f a able to compete with the legt
M1 b b his addrem and an lnve his own distinctive badge Washington mate drama at Drry Lan, so he be-
t 110 Ie prentage of al c no dobt Intended the flag merely as a thought himself of the comk maqus
l l m1O the near beer sold private signal for his own personal fol- eeeanloay performed tn Lond aad
i U e, ry near beer saloon in lowrg but it was at once adopted as mbined with their seck ad am
3M a W elseed yesterday by the a national emblem. Probably there is chemical efects the manner of the
not another case in the world's history pantomime ballet The result wu
isas The grand jary is in In which the private arms of an obo "HIreqain xeezted," which the ad-
b deeltopsM t eat are excted re family have attained such world- ertisement of that day described as
l 1i0 to vlbtlbs of the PrwOi e I eminence and repute. "a new Italian mimi scene, between
Ma lae, plhl g laws, etc. a scaramouch a harlequin, a eoentry
The Bank Could Stand It farmer, ha wife and others." ere
SWeda A western lawyer tells of a remark- was aU the bminees with which we
e DTeM, W n a &y. v ae intance of the convincing power were famialr from childhood, hate
SF^ Ju. It-.dv of feminine loic as evidenced by an taned Into palace shope lto gar-
4- of -* gib g e In Ten-o o rrnce which he once witnessed Gens, houses into t m 0 course the
S* e rPdlletb that by while standing on the edge of a crowd earnestt stodet of the o" pr
W- WNah a will that was beleging the doors of a bank teted hisst this nnovatl but
- G --L supoed to be on the point of sues Harleq Columbine & Ca hare
s am* -- a pedIg payment. mantsld their hold on pubie bor
OfW t ad A covereatlon between a rosy cheek- uti tihe reent year of grace.
GLum-II 1 bM ad IrzIwoan anad her husband, who
* 9 wreW nm ar the lawyer, at once attract- He Kw The~
ed his attention. This was oveerad In th lbby Oa
S o N- b bsill "Mary," said the man, "we must a big botel in Cicinati when a bha
I --- 111eW the pk up, so ye can draw your money load o traveling salemen ome from
m l0Na rte S at ontr' the station. Every man o them as
m IIt I ., "But I don't want to draw it out. he rgned the register pse I h ake
II- 1 o t, Reler." replied Mary placidly. hands with the hoeel eitk-ihety
SDo't ye know, Mary." persisted the old fellow who had bee th many
WWIL b M 1MM ~hsasand, "that they'll lose your mon- year "Ah," sad one of them to th
a 1w b e ey for ye If ye don't hurry t' draw it clert, t's a good thing yoW' sttll oa
G- outr det Uncle Dave I det thtt te
"An' shnre, Roger," retorted Mary, home could rn whot s ."
01 1e o A" tn't they better able to lose it than "'oadn't it, thoa.hrtlmM Irlta
MLs o o tea t wtarer "You fellows vwoM oem e h e,
S1 t oM ~"m ae Roger was stunned by this unan- if there wu a str ae et p'
s t e ait ms t a swerable logic, and after a few more my, 'Where's Uncle Daver And gt
II sM su0 s a&d re word. the two withdrew Fortunate- clerk would say: 'Why, didn't ye
S Of e 4ty LtealOd eaI it the bank survived its difflulties, hear? He died a month ago' And
ca @We *w y daw, and no depositor lost a cent.-Harper's. then you'd say: Well. I'll be darned!
I0---. e hot aes w e r a ver That's too bad. Say, when 'H11 di
Ia A~ ~a 7t0. A Purse For the Bride. ner be ready?"
S Bome brides may be Inclined to re-
e6 M O 40 led Owel Wnd tree
S~e a I r et that the old marriage custom of Sixty Kinds of Bananas.
the dow purse has fallen into disuse. To most persons in the temperate
It was the custom of the bridegroom ones a banana is a banana. But the
IM BWr W Stais by Till. to All a purse with a goodly sum of truth is that there are over sixty
&a& money and present it to the bride on known varieties of the fruit, with as
a8 ft 13. -TIN l .the wedding day a the price of the great or greater variation in character
purchase of her person. It sounds like a in the different kinds of apples
W4 1h C a etermI ay slavery, like the buying of godls and Hawaii is said to have something over
Sg- s maue saom-. chattels, yet the bride had a nice lit' forty distinct varieties of the fruit
tie sum of money for her own ue. most of which have been introduced
t An0o an tS of the oldest inhabitants of by the whites. ome of these are o
- b0 I 0afttIme te r Camberland may remember a similar extremely delicate and delicious favor,
*I ss e tatl-oml mth- custom In that county. The bride- while other kinds are used. If at all.
S-g.room provided himself with a num- ely whe cooked in varioas ways.
i I ~ if tie Unitei bar of gold and silver pieces, and at There is sarr y a cty house lot or
i e b It eIm s a ul maicious the words "with all my worldly goods country "kulena" r homestead whikh
I, thee endow" he handed the clerLy- does not have a clump or two of he-
man his fee and poured the other nanas which grow with pracfly no
coins into a handkerchief held out for care new plants or suckers shooting
m-nb WIll Pay ea Tax. that purpose by the bride. In other up to replace the ones whkh have
aMMN g, Jan. 12.-The rt places, again, the bride had the right trufted and been removed.-Lo An-
A -- Mty er beer eose tea to ask her husband for a gift of money ele Times I
SII paM. This is regard u or property on the day after the wed-
m u er s toI the trobl and end d anbnd he was bound in honor to The fe's Markt Basket.
S in t a d grant the request.-London Answers. Every bee carries his market basket
p me- b-ee-- rc tred, for h around his hind legs. Any one exam-
_im _s-rM been force Iora I the body of the bee threh a
^ e 1very Wbf br, or rJ A gentleman In Jerusalem told me microscope will observe that on the
. dealer will pay the ;near beer that bh found a Turkish soldier on hind legs of the creature there is a
. guard in some part of the Church of fringe of stiff hairs on the surface, the

the Holy Sepulcher. where it was not hairs approaching each other at the
&-Vpe Murdered Preacher Kills usual for a sentry to, be, and inquired tip, so as to form a sort of cage. This
lf. of him why he was there. is the bee's basket, and into it after
rha, B, Jea. 12.-Rev. John He pointed to a nail in the wall ald a successful journey be wll cram
(is, I t J. Ro. J replied, "It is my duty to watrh that enough pollen to last him fortwo or
L, Carwia l. whoo lst Tuesday nail." three days.
Is the Mttle M6ehod&L t chucrh Asked why, he explained that the
I ~tft Ru, MIh. k e Gidemo Latins or the (reeks-I forget which- Dressing the Sponge.
Sh#--- a. iU--- ~&+-- i. .A h,..i ....d v ti .. nail i. ,i ..... When sIones are first torn from

eu vw*. a cpA pY a T au~ aUU rI iie tiI Ual W iLU t UC tL viW 01
an be-l the boy the stoe hanging a picture; that a rival sect
Sthet w a had furiously objected, saying that It
St a t was au Interference with their prop-j
erty and wanted to pull out the nail;
that thereupn, the Turkish govern-
Net 8 Sharp. me't had intervented and set hbu to
hat is a sharp young man your watch the aiil and see that no pi4.ture
ta oer Is going with these days." w::a hung upo, it and that it was not
Net so sharp as be thinks be Is. pulled out.
i t h be is going to stick me for llw t. ure t te h'g i
suee and puacture my bank account, ,would have lteell to admit the ,laimns
I he test."-Houst he bslt."-Housthn POtt. ,f thtoe who, dr,,ve In the a:il T, ai!
low it to bet pulled out wtiil have
Fifewro Do't Lie. Iben t adult the .laims of those who
Sme-Mh Itre faster than women. o" ejected to :he driving: it; f rlth, nail
lam- m -.,A i ,. Ul ...l. ..A I .

the sea bed they are of a dark color
and living. By tramping and pressing
them with the feet a milky substance
oozes out, whereupon the sponge dies.
They are then immersed in the sea
for a space of eight or ten hours. The
dark, skinny substance is then remov-
ed by scraping, and gradually, through
cleaning, drying and bleaching, they
take on the ine yellow colok which'
characterizes many of them.

The Office Boy Instructs.
Contributor-1 should like to leave
these poems with your editor. What
l A t. .. -- -i a f a *

:i al

&Nib% aI

this sed w as the st .C e
eonr k tehis sentryi. Ahler & T
when Dr. Frakfh war r |Mf
Deck crk he sa stawk b t i n: I MA
a wikerwaork beaset. W 8h b ml
spreotedt. Caetally he b e et the I
bsketa adcaretflytook*tapart b Ibbs
gave cttinsp to his Iad, Mr. Charles
Norris. who planted the twipgs Lb s j
garden where they grew to great d threat
They tned out to be yellow w si ew
and as Franklin bad foremeen proved C

of great commercial vahe.

WELL Ibimmasvu.

The Praee That COM he Lm Thbk.
fal Live Oak Poe.
One kidney remedy never fails.
Live Oak people rely upon it.
That remedy is Doan's Kidney
Live Oak testimony proves it al-
ways reliable.
W. F. Wasdin, Ohio Ave., Fla.,
says: "I consider Doan's Kidney P1lls
the most effective kidney remedy htI
existence. They have been used n!
my family with the very best of re-
sults and I also have a number of
friends who have taken them with,
like benefit. I advise everyone sf-
fering from backache or symptof s of
kidney ailment to get Doan's Kidney
Pills from the Suwannee Drug Co.,
and give the ma trial."
For sale by all dealers. Price s
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Bualo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's--and
take no other. 2


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full and complete' line of Sti
series. Can supply you w%!
it at lowest possible pIrt.r
few prices that will inter,'

18 lb Best Granulated Sugar
25 lbs Octagon Soap
2-lb Tomatoes, 2 cans for
1-lb Ruford Baking Powder
1 lb Brown's Mule Tobacco
Red Bliss Seed Potatoes. ;r ;-,,,


Rice, per pound
Hickers' Oatmeal. per pack

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ted Salt Brick

Sd b p D Salt, Sulphur, Saltpetre, Coperas and
i&a u-- rbd by a graduate of the American
L New York City, for the ordinary
M--M d aul for which it it intended.


S- -S

H Ta.

himdomd hmwafr-
4 OM s c h*

What it Don't Do

Don't get old and wormy.
Don't lose strength with age.
Don't get eaten up by rats and
Don't have to be hunted up and
doad out at feeding time (often after

dark) as do other remedies,
bin placed in feed box or
is always where stock can

they need it

for after
holder t
get it as

ad Cheaper than Stock Powder

b mm p ckp than stock powders, yet weighs one pound more
L p & p aei d stock powders we have mined; besides our
mI m t rie bran, crton-seed hus or other non-nutritious ma-
i -lL dy noting but Dafry Salt in which are id S
i ftfu Cir kr Woms and Bowels, Saltpetre for the Kidneys
i M b od the best known Tonics.
)ll w h~o t d when stock most need medicine they are least inclined
l l ik aiour hment, have but little desire for it, and even this
by o o kbkaC dinthe feed
II i v itock fld badly they crave salt more than at other times,
* gl o i ftbs stock medkine in salt is not only the simplest and surest
i1 a w --dl cormon sense way-of overcoming the disagreeable
S .m da min other plans.




N. N. BIOWN. General Manager


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a II IM &WII I a a a a a& AM& A AMR A ...


SE. Armstrong Co.,


We Straighten Coss tyes


Without Knife

- .- .. &,i ,f! .4 |n Laura Street, Jacksonville,

will make a professional visit to

W Oak First Thursday in February
*LmM -m f .l and can xhe seen at
Suwannee Hotel, February 4th
MI, as-I- at- a .


A Novel Method of Advrtiaig.
A storekeeper in a smallot of the
way town many years ago hit upon a
noal method of advertising his store.
He coaeived the idea of buying up
the stock of stamps at the postoffce
across the way. The postmaster ob-
jected to be denuded of all his stock,
but his mysterious customer demanded
the stamps over the counter, sheet aft-
er sheet, as an ordinary member of
the public until he had bought every
stamp to be had. Then he took the
stock over to his store across the road
and plastered his windows with no-
tices that postage stamps were only
to be had at his store, and to his mor-
tification the postmaster had to send
customers across to the store over the
way for any stamps they needed until
some days after he once more got in a
stock from headquarters.

Won a Wife by His Skill.
Action was a Grecian painter of
about the time of .'.dxa'!:ir, a.d he
won his wife by his great work. He!
painted a picture called "The Nuptials
of Alexander and Roxane," which was
exhibited at the Olympic games. It
created such a stir that one of the
judges cried in admiration, "I reerve
crowns for the victorious athletes, but


that he goes to sleep a ith eeb* am
he is being shared. Th t6h t
who is a friend ot his fw hI lm a
as long as be liks after Ib te
shed with him. But I 4 tbem
he can fall aslep, tik a 4 pan
rasor scraping all mr i b ,t '
couldn't Could you"
"It isn't the mlot pwlam O r
ever heard" msad et **o*
question was pWt, wtt a t- -e
on account of Its ortlgenefIt* ,i

York Press.

Coloring an AbyeemssW *
Western brides have s '
than their Abytr'ia ,, ,* a*
occadon f hber m lap ,S
Ian bride has to ch ebma hr .
ebony she has to br t Ihew .,
eats au talL. To areemasb *tw O
expetant Mbide I Ms a ta a ma
e thm. in*t .h e he .. m9.m.d- d

b so




Is tr, b t fa I
it.aP Th a hise h
a vip"t4l04bythe000rt 6adeW a
iM Ib tBi eeomit d Wi Jm w,
*Trom Peki to Snkka ,>-.
"'he earaan wa ldt up of cam.
al. I had brought am- w m
Lnd had no eus of take r er,
animals Into a country largely com-
poed of loose Mn. An amusing In-
ddent marked the beigbaf of our
march One ametl, avkru m. t
Sa are, maged to t bo bI a
ditch of thdk mud between the rod
and a wheatfield. Whe omes be,
a cmel ean only get up agea tf It
ea arrmane # feet convenently an-
der It and f the grod is uarly fat
"In this caue t wa t a. TYhe a
mal lay with al four at in the ar,.
peretly reined and capable of a
diale moment to hel l tlt. To
eaw It ut took mqe thn half a
h ad reqdred the united effort
of -M men with cords pased under
the eaM h beeL"
W.lmIu the Trave.lr.
I have always had a good opinion of
the dtvri of the life Inuranc
agent t has seemed to me tat the
buy bee is a lasy ne'dro-well com-
p wi M. Reently this opl-
a hw eena reeatbeme.
A eld colored serrant Itint In a
nelhboab family made his frt trip
away fhm home and vista relatives
b New TYork.
On his return to Loeilana be was
asked what he did whi la the north.
"Well, among uddah t lin I do mtsk
ot a If tasrance policy o' f' hban'ed
"Why, what on earth do yeo want
wl a lte snmrance potiy? Too have
no wdEor children
"Drt' what I don tel' him, but I
d t take It, all de me. De alMt
man, he met me at de boat andin', an'
he ald rd hat r have one or he'd am'
m buek home. He warn't gwine fo' t'
%w met' land If I didn't by one. De
don't low no one in New Yawk 'leM
dey has a 'suhance pollcy!"-Woman's
Home Companion:
Loenomy of Costly Foods.
The economy of expensive foods is
qplrtAed by the fact that digsetion
at least in man, is dependent epot
laversn, without which It is so defec-
tive that we do not obtain the ood of
the food we swallow. As ar as ex-
perinents go, they subatntiate tbae
ausuatas, for the sight and smell of
Spica A food start the flow of dl-
gestive uids, while disageeable odrs
and sght stop it. Delicatesse, then,
mwd seem to be staples, for they are
ansesIgr. The talk of being able to
smabt oa a few cents a day is slaply
nemsM e aun leads to deterioration of
health What seems to be extrava-
gBaM la food purchases my be
wholesme Instinct. The high cost of
living la partly due to the cot of the
flavors we need. We caumued thea
Ideas to our worthy ditetle seems
mists. Laymen may not be so foolish
as the physiologists themselves.-
American Medicine.

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IT IS customary with us
umehandise before the
what it means when we p
aket at less prices than
te nxt 15 days we give

each season to conduct a Sale so that we can dean up our M d
e next season opens. Every person in Suwannee County kw
iut on a Sale. They know they get the best merchan m
what they have to pay for other goods that are inferior b ua Fa
you an opportunity to get goods cheaper than you have ever

n bere. Below we quote you a few prices:



S 'm og aMl the latest patterns and
tflr ui& anWd double breasted;
Sprim $0 to 22.50; Sale price. $15.75


M '@ LM h aIm i all styles and pat-
wase T e ted Hart, Schaffner
m Sal price ..................
An" hl o tf wuame goods, also a
i at ml Mw tr of the latest styles
Mi l: worth from $15 to $18;
a w of Me't Suits, worth from
l WII S le k price
Wi' 9 i *uaw, also lot of Blacks;
9 S I s Mt50; Sale price .- ---
*lls Wm .eW that formerly sold
I -bua e.fale price
ft &W hm a Ih d odd sizes and pat-
-*W we areu aing out at..........


Men's Fine Black Cravenette Coats, Hart,
Schaffner & Marx make; worth $20;
only a few left; Sale price.................. -
Men's Cravenette Coats, worth $15;
Sale price....... .... .. .... -----.-------- ---
Men's Cravenette Coats, worth $12;
Sale price ..--- ------.----.
Men's Cravenette Coats, worth $10;
Sale price ...






Men's Hats, all styles; worth $3;
7.75 Sale price .............. ..
Men's Hats, worth $2 and $2.50;
6. 75 Sale price --..- -
A large Assortment of Men's Hats, all
4.75 styles and patterns; Sale price ......




Men's Fine Boyden Shoes wortl .;
Sale price...-
Men's Fine Patent Leather Shm, v"I
$5; this line we want to cut out; hb
Men's Fine Shoes, all stylm; worth $N
Sale price......
Men's Fine Shoes, worth $3:
Sale price..........
We have a large assortment of M'e
Shoes worth up to $3; Sale price
We also have another line of good qmisht
that we are closing out at
Boys' Shoes at actual cost.




Just received, a nice line of Shirt. r~r ti7k
and $1.00 values, at 59c. You wat to hb
sure to get some of these,

Ovall, Jackets and Work Shirts at half price.
Fine line of Men's Odd Pants, all styles and patterns, at ac ual cost.
Our line of Underwear and Hosiery at prices unheard of.

Come to see us.

We can show you better than we can tell you.


can convince you that these are the biggest bargains


offered anywhere.




Saturday, Jan. 16


Lasts for 15

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To Wim t iayCo n: my "::
Noice i s reby given that ti enel merchandise bih. la luaeire cm| j
pca wud my nam has been reorganid and wi- on and afte Jamary neit,
ud the bfm me and styleof

"McLeran Mercantile Company"
The m Iw fm will assumm a oIg d and trn b du ti ddtm I -
ak to n Le y thai dor al abasi given me and courteies extended, and rcdtu ask
your ac nain tim same mannfor te new ffrm
Yours resptfully, A W. McLERAN.
Should re solicit a continuation of the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upo our
ir t goods and pries, to merit the same. We propose to continue to hold t
mndard in a aspects, and are determined that it should be second to none in this action of

wi l tk*s Iand me neceeary for good service and ask that you will kindly consider us when you are to o
h iear lia. We are now taking orders for Ferlilizers and will be pleased to'supply you when you are ready to p i
We o oiffr the following:
O (r O ad Ame~ an Wire Feaeing. One Carload Salt, fine and coarse.
0 bhek Florida Seed Pinders. 200 Bushels 90-days Seed Oats
100 rdes Selected Sea Island Cotton Seed. 100 Barrels Kimffman's Ideal Flour nothingn better ol).
Dxie and Avery's Turn Plows. All kinds of Implements needed for the farm or grde.
WhM you need anything in the line of General Merchandise, call on us, and if we do not have it in stock, we will get it for
pe at one. We wish for all a Happy and Prosperons New Year.

McLeran Mercantile Company

UD4 EN -Ay ,

W IOF t ARI OF P. G. Ambrose, labor.............
Sl I~rl I'CeTIHN. Geo. E. Porter, Jr., lumber......
Live Oak Mfg. Co, lumber........
Sm r,. Dec. St I J. L Bren, frt. on ,ch.desks.
SM k I itrUVct of A. J. Skipper, freight............
0 -. L, mt at the B. W. Helvenston, insurance...
lm m sn" hsmt: E ...
L .LCWr. ...
l eui tIW Mhllbw rc- S. J. Cribbe, mending table....
dO llm4 w, umb am"- E.L L Wise, member of board
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J. L Wood, P. E. A...... ........
K W. Jenkins, delivering school
de ks ...................................
btelle Kemp, teacher..............
Mamie Tiaon, teacher..............
Mr. W. G. Blanchard .............
H. G. Adams, teacher.............
J. N. Rodgers, teacher............
H. W. B. Drew Co.blk. bds..
H. & W. B. DrewCo schl. b'll
7. O. Strickland, labor.............
W. F. Farnell, brick...............
P. G. Ambrose, labor...............
P. G. Ambrose, labor...............




X 0 Total.............................$2,259.93
1.g Live Oak Special Tax Schools Dist.
tM J. L. Hoppe, sup. to salary.........$10.00
'00 I Midway Special Tax l)ist.

Oe' J. A. Home, teach'r, sup'l'm'nt $10.00
S.0o 0 There being no further business the
.0 board adjourned.
7.20 E. R. WISE, Chnin. of Brd.
2.00 J. E. WOOD, Supt.
30.00 Live Oak, Jan., 2, 1909.
I.00 The new Board of Public Instruction
16.00 of Suwannee county, Florida, met for
4.L0 its first session January 5, 1909. Those
3.00 present were C. H. Brinson, W. H.
40.00 Ogden and W. L Mclnnis. After some
40.00 discusion a move was made by Mr. W.
30.001 H. Ogden and seconded by Mr. W. L.
V00. IMclnnis that Mr. C. H. Brinson be
S.00o chairman. This motion was carried.
'...(q After organizing the regular line of
1,.tI business was in order.
'I.tM, A motion was carried to pay a man
A;.uA) $1.50 per day to assist the superintend-
8.25 ent in getting seats ready for delivery.
lO.X0 Petition signed by a number of tht
a.'.(K" people of the H. J. Nettles community
'.00O asking for the establishment of a new

Rla Lumnw Company

GO. 1. PORTtR, Jr., Manager

bugh and Dressed Lumber

school site was received and deferred them, while other sections which have
until the next regular meeting of the been enriched by their work would to
board. The superintendent was order- that extent have made le- relative
ed to go and investigate the situation.' progress than they have made."
The following accounts were received
and ordered paid from the general The Meavest Man i Town
county fund: is the one wLo always wars a frown,
Hinely-Stephens Co., hauling lbr $ 9.00 is cross and disagreeable, and is short
J. L Breen, freight.................. .96 and sharp in his answers.Nine caesout
C. H. Brinson, Mem. of Bd........ 4.80 of ten it's not the poor fellow's fault;
W. H. Ogden, Mem. of Bd......... 7.00 it's his liver and digestion that make
W. L. McInnis, Mem. of Bd........ 7.60 him feel so miserable; he can't help be-
We certify that the above account is so ble Are you in da
grnof getting into that condition?
correct according to the best of our Then start at once taking Balad's
knowledge. Herbine for your liver-the safe, sure
C. H. BRINSON, Chmn. and reliable vegetable regulator. Sold
J. W. O'HARA, Sec. and Supt. by Suwanee Drug o.
Scientic Speaking
A New Story About (Geu. Robt. E. Lee. consists in punishment only when a
A hitherto unpublished story about child is actually bad. Some mothers
Gen. Robert E. Lee is given in the think that all crying is bades; it's
Manufacturers' Record of January 14 not. Whe your baby ries, look for
pins or some external cause, if you
in an article entitled "Rounding Out of can't find them give the baby White's
the Nation's Life Through Southern Cream Vermifuge as the chances are it
Development,,' in the course of which is suffering from worms which keep it
it is said: Ihungry and cross all the time. Pleas-
"At the close of the Civil War sev- ant to take-sure in it's action. Price
eral young men who had served in the 25 cents. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.
Southern army, so the Manufacturers'
Record has recently been told by one Every Mother
who was in the party, called on Gen. is or should be worried when the little
Robert E. Lee. In explaining the ob- ones have a cough or cold. It may lead
ject of their visit they said to him: to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia-
'Your name has carried us into then to something more serious. Bal-
many places where we did not want to lard's Horehound Syrup will cure the
go. Now we want to take your name trouble at once and prevent any cor
go. w we replication. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.
with us where we are going, and we
Shave come to ask for your autograph Woman loves a clear, rosy com-
on these photographs.' lexion. Burdock Blood Bitters
"General Lee, in reply, said: purifies the blood, clears the skin, re-
"'If my name has carried you, as stores ruddy, sound health. 10
you say, into places into which you did
not want to go, I want you to be care-
ful not to carry it into any place where T f" ~
SI would not want it to go. Where are EVIDENCE i
you going.'
f "One said that he was bound for' XM 3S
Mexico, another that he was looking to a.*.
Sthe far Southwest, and the others to
- distant sections because they felt there
was no opportunity for them at home ;
by reason of the dlestructi.n caused ty
the war.
"V-Gneral Lee said to them:
".As soldiers you served your State Good Judge
faithful; you did your duty, you risked *
your lives in the service of your coun- W ll
try; but your State needs you today Grec m m end
more than it needed you in war. It A ARD
has hard problems to settle. Its bus- LL
ine.ss interests have been destroyed, S NOW
and for these very reasons it seems to
me your State has a right to ask you IN I
to stand by it in these days of trial and
to help to rebuild its fortunes. Con- IT POSITIVELY CU
sider whether you do not owe to your RheUmatim, Cuts, Bunrsr,
State under these conditions, the same StiJorts Spran tCo Irs,
devotion to it, the same self-sacrifice that Flesh is Heir to.
that you gave to it at the call of war.' I W. Wallace. CriDnle


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engaged i sthe u -ve a
when it come to t0e of
hoping the omatry ab SOM oft
The Doctor has travm Ad ml a b
worrkd nd in hot travvb he fto
himself with the mwswo soO w pyI
instead of the csmw m Ie bo
their cwIdiUm aWd thw -a m&
great heart pru pk t..m mbe .mn Ow
the uplifting,,,( thv moms s em'
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"m in : hw.l Jan :S and

am 4la he tI-P t McDOn-
O tm w meseiw and general
N im e (f the mwst widely
I-BM la IlMty omanty. was shot
II %SW Mtne last evening by
% M" DIram his nephew.
t s--I DU *urrendertd Imme-
d-a to tle arliff and was lodged
t o 1 e refwsd to make a state-
amt Wsrac tbhe sbhyoing of his
me1- o er tban to state the killing
e dIme I self-defense

Dr. Lam-mm Ge to Louisville.
AMmftO Jam Il.-Dr. W. W. Lan-
111O- a'neala ua pastor of the
91o ftpW church of Atlanta was
mimd ml ad cepted at the morn-
b see9s om Sunday. He will

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-- 3XPLOSN IN W. VA, -C.

II. W. Va, n. 13.-As ea
idMr )etKry b the mines of the
M *a- acliery snffed out am
uIm bte te me MoIs, two
mae Wa to a day, fifty mfers were
MdB by s milUar explosion.
b ftI det df the early morstag
S amr* cae, like the sound of
60rtI, a uity rumbling in the
b-owb of the Arth.
IMlyb I ed the detofatIon died
M beftn a tWa g of terroried
- Mi aduMlm rusd to the
WOO mrAt- &ad implored those there
to aJl them to Id In the effort
-- M of their loed oRu,
fse mit ell e alive wihla.
o Iw Unru boMh, vo wv
mr &o Imame, we bas em ftro
i feet, but man ed to crawl out
ly, a dd alWo Robert Bmift. a
MOWer. 'Wh the foreman ws a
mIMr named Hollday, and he, too,
M bobM ver. A resue party c
pke d i the moment, rnuhed into
the Jaw of the Imoitg mine, and
tOed to rescue him. They were driv-
1 beck ~y tae dedly fumoe of tIe
sitergae, mad wee eooIeled to
leave him to 4lb fa:e.

M-Di TunL, ML. -1-4- kM
to i B to ae o fte nd
-m l Teuose pamed pa ept
bomr ff e gmud all r u fat
f at 6:1U o'clock. Te voteo
WO 1 to f YOW bC w a a&
I t. Trmy-to vvote a ot
e! a r tad eae plint te memr.
The -iMe pained is the one a-
wrIbay Oetod on yesterday by the'
smat ld ow p"a to Governor
Ftro BHe m l epteod to veto
It, der the coaututtoa his veto'
* epeites as a mstlom, not
a a o, md a hare majorty my
no a U ever the mcO veti'a la-
Iovemt altom .
T eIr Ito allowed to hold a
M I day. f at the eztrWtho of
t MI Ie ft hm ant bma retained to
iM ---y, It beoomme a law wth-
-IMi gine. Sa N main-
tt Sh e ovaern's aetto is not
Mlrnt Ihs v Weto I wDti be wa-
tobed. Te b11ll p wode that p.
tlo become elective July 1, 1909.

Reeeveo MRde a Mi eon Horse-

WMhsiMb, J 14.-Presdent
omevef -Ms o ma im"m hee-ok
it ju ad wah"t he odiamatsd
keAt MOMt t the white hoseb door,

The exploado was in a different en ta erbitem hours after hay-
art f the mine from that of two t darted ten rom, he did not
weeks ago. Since the catastrophe ev & my aitd esid of weunes.
the mte has be Inupeoted by go- The object of ht oM day in the
cement oiIals ad by the most ills, he elalbed after is return,
experienced men in the region, and was to "poe to the critics who have
all, it 'is M. epreeed the opinion uid tatK wi t the recent order re
that it was saf. i .IBa all army and wnay oftcer to
One rescue party came into sight of take a phyral teet, that I a preei-
six bodies, bet was forced back. The dAt, wo i not in training, can ride
latest estimate of the number of men 0 milm phs In one day without be-
entombed is more han 10. That all ing Id up n bed thereby, it should
of them are dead there can be no not be too much to ask the men rwo
dout. The fire in the mine and the are supposed to be In the beat of
deadly gaseee, to ay nothing of the physical tininin J1 the time to ride
a*ful fore of the explosion, pre-90 miles nla three days."

oludes my chbuce of rescuing any!
of the me alive.

Judge Jones Refuses Injvnction. i

Motoatomry, Ala, Jan. 14.-Judge
Pavrm Wise Uee of Trees. Theoame Jones, of the United States
Washidgton, Jan. 13.-In line with dltrst oart for the middle district
Present Rosevelt and other author- of Albambe, yesterday denied the in-
Ies, federal md state, on the mat- Junooa aed for aain t the Car-
ter of the oe m 0of the nation- Mchad e pMohtG law.
al rTomI Le the America Forest- Tge deacon of Judp Joes re-
ry auoeaio'm, wieh bean a two trained from paueb O the validity
day' eison here today. The meet- of the geWJl pr lbtIe n act. The
Mag w opened by Seoretary of Ag. elootof the deciLon Isto deny for!
rtoulntor Wtlum, the retiring presi- the puesat te Injunetlon asked, and
dent of te aociattn. klaw f tm a te knality of the law |
The object of the association is to e ate court.
"the prooekm of a businesslike and
couservatite ue and treatment of Shively Chosen Senator From Indina,
he forest resources of the country." ldtanapolt, Ind., Jan. 14.--Former
The sociaton was organized in o rsesan Benjamin F. Shlvely,
1l. There are branch associatias of Bedh d., lmd., was chosen after'
fI twMsty states. midnight by the democratic members
Amon the speakers who will ad- cf the ldina legislature to succeed
dress the association's meeting are Jmes A. Hemenway in the United
Gifford Pinchot, ohief of the federal States senate.
forest servtoe; Dr. Albert Shaw, edi- John W. Kern led in the early bai-
ter of the Review of Reviews; Pro- loting, and at one time received 36
fessor H. 8. Graves, of the Yale For- vote. Then Shively began to gain,
estry school and J. E. Rfandall of and on the seventeenth ballot recciv-
Louliiana, president of the national ed 37 votes to Kern's 31.
rivers and harors congree.

Romeo a, Agin Visited by Fire.
Romne, Oa, Jan. 14.-A fire, which
started in te heart of the business
dtrilot of Mome last nicht, ad wbich
for a time, threatened to srpas the
1100,000 oonflagration of two weeks
ago, resulted in an estimated los of I
more than $35.000.
The ftre started in the livery sta-
bles of Lndsey & Hicks. totally de-
stroying the property, with about 2(1
head of horses.
The fire spread to the Third Ave-
sue hotel, which was in court or
constriction, dewroying k.
The 11Wlkermn blo.k, owned by the
heirs of Mrs. I. T. Wilkeseon, caught
next and the four stores were soon
euWulfed in flame.
The Rome Publisting Company, job

Guar Trust on Trial Today.
New York, Jan. 14.-The trial of
the charges of fraud brought by the
federal government against the Amer-
kian Sugar Refining company was
called before Judge 'Thoms I. Chat-
dold in the federal district court in
Brooklyn today.
It is alleged by the government
that by ame&= of ixed" scales the
oowpany, wkla is generally known
as "the naar truth and some of
its empleyeee defrauded the United
States treasury of import revenues on
raw 6ugar

New Head of Army M. D.'.
Wshintoal, Jan. 14.-With the re-
timt f t active service today of
BriIAier General Robt M. O'Reilly,
sm ua general of the United States

peopo *for a memet we7re
i a a acmmitm ordeftog a Le

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For detailed iarfrirl .

. A. W. FIIT,
Division Passemger Aget,

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