Title: Suwannee Democrat
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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 29, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00547
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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SW t idk, where the people as
so i dtopsy foo wrt" a mile
P--i 'roa" r their only INe f
nb the Lbkvilt Naahrvi,
b W be l bgmUto the stat of the
ir "t l lgbr t by the Florida
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to *t ethe dent rate. From me
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bubeen pr reng ust as fat asit
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if at L bl, y., hsjy b ban
bmewagedueii 1o middle d lt
r In aking an expert aimati
dtrbeef at theL N.Ry. They
ear etod by the Commisrios t
hbw bmmmu. m Bm t=is
wverk1itabg tiseaa could be used
go pIlK The nmmIMhmr biaf
IW- o -II to lrr thte wak
m* n upest lhe. efat i that
L 1Farit a ngvr ti me
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thtnm ad -t it A Compaq.

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SiCdm eaad d It

n wse th utWe a otmhes8ar could
hyo ta faD kwlde dp the earnings
a ApedwLtureof this road as* possi-

"The qestim of the Comvwws"5
bi able to enforce the three cent
pi ngr rate order or any other order
ar wting iatesom that road depends on
the mace of tbe eaynimftwn of the
boks, and I an the Breeze will
with the canfiMsr that the
wrk should bedone as thoroughly a
i Just assoon as the andit is
Stie camesicoers wfU be
MlItoIm te o ea i thn eotam
We lpe and expect het tm" auditors
wi be through with their work tb last
of this month bt an otbe r. M r.
Br ram Mr. Masey spe tafew days
in Ioisvib last week goflg oar the
work thus far done by thuyditrs and
advising with them as to wht further
information should be ought This
work isnotnow being allowed to lag,
nor will it be from this o ."
the taboo the Breeea adds:
r'he bmnikalon is well aware of
the g al sentiment ia this section of
theStatethatthat body is far more
expensive ad ornamal the useful,
and eels that in a ene it i itself on
trial in this matter, and even if not
urged by a sense of duty, for ito own
sake it iW leave no stone unturned to
force te sL&N.t o comply with this
cier. Again,, wY ietlM ber above
etod did not eves fettnate tt such
rJfht be the cae, t E klely that if
the audit of the books shows it can be
done, a further reduction to two and
one-half or even two cents per mile is
not unlikely, and the fiht that the road
has been making against the three cent
rate is not likely to influence the Com-
mission to over-consideration of the
feelings of the road."
A Soap adapted to the city water
-Suwannee Witch Hazel. Try it.
Suwannee Drug Co.


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TEDDER COIMANY BIG MILL
IN ONIYATION.

AI OIf IIU AT IWOE

Timber laugh Alady Seured to
Ru Mill 1r TYem-Rall d to,
Large Bedi f Timber.

The Tedder Lumer Compsqy's new
plant in the easter prt of the city
ha been compsetjo ik Wo in onaer-
atioa. This is. M f thelargit as
well a oe of the ee eoampleto i
in thi eetiaof t lrid, and .it fur
nishe employm t to a arge for of
men. Themill is equip with ll the
latet labor saving tm ry and is
under the direct Ba0m t of msM
of the most expire d awmil men
in the country.
The Tder Lum ber Company own
timber eoh ia eay reach of this
mill to keep it running or tenor twelv
years at its fge capacity. A standard
pag ralroad ia beig completed from
the miln to their timber la They
ialoowntheirown reft d atoek and
with thisequipntwill beabe
tbe milL
The pay roll of this company will be
a cawdeable amount each month, and
ths, with other industrie tarting up
here, will be of great benefit to our
city.
COOPER GETS LIFE SENTENCE.
Pardoning Board Filly Acts o Case
of Put Gorda Murderer.
Taaha e, Ja. 26.-The board of
pardons today adopted the following
resolution: "Whereas Iaiah E. Coop.
er was cwvicted in 1904 of murder and
has been in the Ardia jail under en-
tence of death for five years, and
whereas two former go nos have de-
dined to have the death warrant exe-
cuted, the pardon board decldesthat
ubstantialjuitice winll be meted out
by .co.tatin of sentence to imprs-
onment for life." The sentee was
commuted.
Huge Laad Fraud.
Washington, Jan. 24.-Senational
disclosures of alleged colossal frauds
upon the public lands in the Wet are
anticipated if congress heeds the urgent
appeal of Secretary of the Interior
Garfield for an appropriation of $1,000,-
000 to be used in uncovering them.
It is declared that while this sum
may seem large, yet in the light of
present knowledge of lands unlawfully
acquired, itis not 1 per cent of the
commercial value of that which the
government may hope to get back.

Even Utah May Go Dry.
Salt Lake City, Jan. 2.-Prohibition
that shall be state-wide and absolute is
the intent of a bill introduced in the
lower branch of the Utah legislature
yesterday. Under the provisions of
the bill the manufacture, sale and giv-
ing of intoxicants are prohibited. Sup-
porters of the bill assert that two-
thirds of the members of the house are


pledged in its favor.
Lincoln's Native County Votes Dry.
Hodgsonville, Ky., Jan. 24.-In a lo-
cal option election yesterday Larue
county, in which Abraham Lincoln was
born nearly 100 years ago, voted "dry"
by a majority of 1,085, the vote being
more than 4 to 1 against license. The
church bells were rung at intervals du-
ring the day, children marched and a


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ThefriNSMaNofMr. Mkhap Apogt
-owri wtithe iam wdw..d

a b-ete daysWrg. The -u- u tTi
,g-hef d awig to it; 11 -- I
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dU -madW A-t 8 o'dk qt tt t-t o lbhe i a
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p- Mr. Angtomb hiad be nf f..f
ig w!i typhoid e for 0n"l m IMlfLto"W
wie, hvm bmR t rickim, dm amWM
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tfe H tlU Buauw CoMpaMi. YN MBld l 1i!
reid aon Adf set im!tdi w siePk in.* -= i
hirNbmethlse tilt wu d -drd to
nmMOMato thet boptal wh ew be whm lo dI O
beoa*kmitsad"afatse of Sod W :
inai i, as wli h as god me tioe an ntheMtiinae. smo
'It we soown from the bqrig ? sm a a
that hi. a depWamte 0emwdtt o llh d nbl
rot wasfm iby hi nrtirte Idw ml.Ya

maed with kim to tdlo.t. ErIdae 1164 sWfth M
wasa ftgrMtcAtobit MOM Me1sreb Ivbe
friee as he wa popahr with&aWl "hs ? wUr ml
knewhim. A
"Mr. Arington is survivedbymai q t9wifei
who was MM Stela Palertos, dmbtwr
of a prominent dtincd of catieuk l
Fh. He was half brother wofMn N. &MN WM
HolcoA, of ths city, and W_ a __ Wp^
family cmnectwII in Brooks county ufd "- M a
parts of Florida. He resided nw w M Bi> Ta 1b &W
Quitman on his farm until he aepted &VA the edh ofb
a position with the Harleyr Hardware I'P""* m
Company and moved to Vaidodt. l T Pb
"Before movg to the dty e wbe 1'1 % ft lb 1d a
wellU knownandhad many wrmfriemds theatunr -WWoo
er. abutthirtTy-emightn:,. A m
O and waa theprimn te *ofcrm woig
manhood. It Ia hoped th, detjdj&g Die* b
his long illne that his .soder O)Mr 1 vitality would triumph over the id-'
imdiseasethatgnawedLuphis At*h QL C.LhI s e
but lcwAw not thefie. HewV Ana A dL 0 fa
member of the Baptist church anad was StaSb fr b
a loyal friend, an affetionate hilad, tht Cham&. D. w
a good neighbor and a trBightWanrard, bMW iMp
manly man. That death loves a srim- d hU- hi
ing mark is e p'a-red in his cae." l A
Mra. E. Davi, of Lake City, ad trLsL^ ?s i
Min Davis, of Maen, Ga., are the Who s k -MN-oh f
guests of Mr. G. H. Davis and fmily. 10i M IM 3
The Missionary Union held their an. themofl w hafe
nual meeting in the Uibrary bhildhg Ma. H.Bor i sfl
Wednesday afternoon. The *tt',lnce enaogh fr aD eea l^mDE
was very good. to him.

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A full and complete line of Staple and Fancy (q
series. Can supply you with everything ood s
eat at lowest possible prices. Below we quote oy
a few prices that will interest you.


25 bars Octagon Soap .....
2-lb Tomatoes, 2 cans for ..........
1-lb Ruford Baking Powder.
1 lb Brown's Mule Tobacco .
Red Bliss Seed Potatoes, per peck....
Rice, per pound ............----------.................... -
Hickers' Oatmeal, per pack ............
Buckwheat, per package.............................
Best Butter in the city, per pound.......
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So Mhimg gbL The
@MO Ehbe te guaot f Hon
SIft" w h i b tah city. Mr.
SI fnpsuleidb byiha fan-

Qr G OW r it devoting care-
U -m to tk abuses which are
M -am of the county convict
Sbhtar isknown the camp
Oi te piraor are held and
lo we -orutivly free from
b #W ite is cLmed that some of
o L-b e County commissioners are
m OmIl i protecting the con-
orI" toey kase out u are the
1Mb ttritM, and Governor Gil-
4 prqs p to us all the authority
MNIo b law to bring about re-
Si mIro dctios.

SIAft tfrom DeFuniak Springs,
Jk IL up: About two o'clock this
pfe t do nW at this place


rmnr Jnin will be associted with
Captain Broward in the enterprise, d
the eotrat is made.
While dipper dredges have been nec-
ary to break through the rock, en-
countered in the first dredging opera-
tions, it is said that the future work
will be soft material, in which suction
dredges can make much greater pro-
gre. Mr. Kreher, who has given
much thought to the drainage of the
work so far done, is enthusiastic on the
subject. He believes that it is thor-
oughly practicable, and that it will re-
sult in great benefit to the State.

The immense paper factory which is
proposed for Gainesville is assuming
nature of the real thing, as a site has
been selected by two expert engineers
of Boston, who have been looking over


Thursday, Feb. 18, Diet. No. 15, Mc-

Friday, Feb. 19, Dist. No. 10, Nebo.
Monday, Feb. 22. Dist. 14, Welbomr.
Tuesday, Feb. 23, Dist. No. 16, Le-
onLa.
Wednesday, Feb. 24, Dist. No. 18,
Hickory Sink.
Thursday. Feb. 25. Dist. No. 13, Pad-
lock.
Friday, Feb. 26, Dist. No. 3, Pine-
grove.
J. N. MEEKS, Tax Assessor,
J. A. McLEOD, Tax Collector.

FREE TO LADIES.
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-
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doomMi Id pi a pold to -k d' oo ey fd tMhe w.9io Pnder................... 4c
Sw grat a te ad 3ted tr B To Ib............ ................ e
qllmnng uu ngnm a U-S ap Qo.u. .-e s,.)........... ... ......... ..... 4e
oldas dte rack itsef ad bSoltiy w e................................... 4c
saf in mwiad or ea Mr. Harris afoid Powder, 1lb can 25e
NO maawod dto take u a pe r et of tche e md- oya Bakio n Powder, 1-lb ca.... 4k5
imaltr* d Io nUMpltd portion of the orks d the C Car d Pe ...............
l --WS; ilai atr PW OUMM bh-I 5aM of tamsat M4d, Good Grades........................... MI I
M m r d o W ad t aey W ertfrom the rwat A5 peke Crackers ...........o_ 4e
Wk>M d do I ad wefmoeimin UO Aw",.Anlekpadkag Craekers............ c
d dU S lP" t, int Key Nw laborers, if you will y as
Now ad "i~~ r~ W t 1 hrl wa Sat mnad -PctsodSIa, to wht adtao you
l l rt bMt y tbT y dowife isH payrig for grocery a ya diou
Ef o A A vote time and attention to yorm O.
SSCI 0 s o.dThe juryri Pauline Palmearpi oT Pl r an Fri
fordtemmuId- of her has" Lukeof ` y"IMK Of y"T
d m aa.r Yf foro her hbad Lf jvean save on-thnrd of your salary by
4 6 mi W Paa in July latrtok th h oeI, re- wiaw b your wes and pug eash
SderiWd a verdict on. Friday in Tampa of 'for your groceries at the '.C7A Gro.
*i g- tinr U adt- a ty, after triallaytigsaweeLt i'tlbyoa crit, for I
O ng, Th dfste daimed the kin wasa era bdt on he cterm Caf
Sl. n oM& e to protect the atity of Moffie betr the
a 1 ld servant girl f yo can't ome tophe store, phee
N W AM a i r was b mamited by Palma at t 78 7lTe Cashs Groer-. We vil
i-. sI" a -mt tiame. The state claimed a copirctake care of you nd serve you as if
0 0 dl 1 Ow ado etaintm to klO Palm forlife insuaace. TI. rrew rti a mch as Jon D
l if -- inim rs of the hoe dn ocmrred under very earo- Boefeller. "AH money looks like
rI. b ib -ed to prer a tinal circuaitance. LukePalmerwar tome.
I aof the a know n man about town ad d Ca d see howneat and clean we
--mlt s&W. livedn iTomp for many years. Hi keep or store and the quality of our
--- wife'sapicias had been aroused by gods Yoor r pe^tffly,
w F- L hy Wffilbam complaint made by little M Iie Pow- THE CASH GROCERY,
..ay wb U Ma, ahe One day Ma1.M Palmer retud Te Poor Man's Friend.
Ld h- M te, Gesge ho nex mpetedly and shot her aaus
a llt M 111N irml' bend from over theu tasom of a bed yOTICE Of APPOINTMENTS.
Iat ^dk 4-w ia the west- rom door. Sentiment was strgly ____
ed d r Telw hbadhe= for her, but relatives of the dead mathe convenece of tax payers
IW Ital Of b d- in sls M oie Powers, t mhe little M ni we will be at the following precincts:
Oft -* fb I' dt&h thm and a deaf ad dumb son, were both Wednesday, Feb. 3, Dist. No. 4, Su-
iitee Ipo the stad. Thursday, Feb. 4, Dist. No. 5, Union.
--GI Goi l W. .El-H Friday, Feb. 5, Diet. No. 7, Rocky
1*ohe ki hedtB Mile to W128inTlmps recently inspecting sk.
S US U. j. C__ h. the State dredges, ex-Governor Brow- nday, Feb. 8, Dist No. 8, Dow-
,r, tniinas &g othe ad according to the Tampa Time *ig Park.
1b. '. I hoi uof oSted to ErVePtreher, president ad Tueiay, Feb. 9. Dist. No. 6.
p I nsao "kin will ro the Tampa Fomdry Sd Wednsday, Feb. 10, Diet No. 9,
l ocoID eeft at ar Mabimne Works that he has under con- ClaylWd
ft b -. M- sideraatiaproposition todrainar k Thursday, Feb. 11, Dist. No. 11, Lu-

^BS- aii the evorydnyian ertimate on a suction dredge for use la
Z- 1cm. iathis work. Captai Broward is on-' Mnday, Feb. 15, Dist No. 20, Bur-
SI tgthatt be can save the State moBey into.
.h.p gE w mk i pae- by takag persouIs charge of the work, Tuesday, Feb. 16, Diet. 19, Branford.
MM ,ua th s aw M t the Uaaa time mak EmoKey for Wednesday, Feb. 17. Dist. No. 17,
fe 3 The Cag. liHnlf. It ias understood that ex-Gov- O'Brien.


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the situation for the past two weeks. correct names and addresses accepted. 60w p the
The site will be located in the northern Address P. 0. Box 205, Chattanooga, amd mt varied tacik
sectiontof the city, directly between Tenn. the Soeun
the tracks of the Atlantic Coast Line I- 4 -m
and the Tampa and Jacksonville rail- Preaching
way. The material to be employed i in the Southern Business College hall, u W. a am L BALflCIM
the manufacture of paper at this plant next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, by
will be the stumps of dismantled pines T. A. Cox, of the Christian church. All
This will be, when completed, one of will be cordially welcomed. Come. AHALTH AND TfALITT
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Don't forget that we are headquarters for everything in our line.

ell at wholesale and retail and can suit you in price and style


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p~atir. By all meas have the boaw
C I l~ltM d for sfIdty. I *.
Smbt a yard in which the hbo,
ower r beeo persuaded by a tree
mit to set out a d willows placed
i I at Nt ds es and m kht -a
S b I lm. As o emis ot of thhe i oe grwxmd.
b h f j- suNch lawn with few hrub bis by for
Z^Bi by ji te h oa pweferable to expeively crowded re.
i -teH ff-IVtb By all mea chore such plants and
--m f amea trees mks t aM Au re a a- t ad aadadpted to
kTwSwa 1W -oLM l g your own home. Nothing adds to the
h Lb- oe 1d ovw restful chv."cter of the home grounds,
8L a bMor uasdan open spae of evergreen turf, be
b it ever so smal A yard of twenty
S M fme- fet cn be isposed of so as to make
Od pd by @ kv t ook park like, and far larger than it
SI & W This din e by hnsijrtinig a graM
s-ot m behla pt a d plntig the perfudion of
U U iw ~ i w in simple borders. Juicious
MU *mr wvm hp greatly in making beauti-
I M I t Mbhm t groumds, and they afford
i d 0aUW Ml plaema for groups of plants or
II Maml dese sIf the grounds have a
l n M vaL tm nwor a deep lope it may be made
i _- ~~a t tg ,f beauty by a covering of
Su by kis, glo3riawistauria or trum-
mb d m e t~ vi. For door planting Boston
& Lr waey ivy is uwurpmed, and now is the
t s "a beot time to put it out. In th4Ulmate
M[iU T W |lM it i nid to be an evergreen as is Eng-
l "M bbvi also. These vine should be
L BLrw On oil~ 9wed for covering wood sheds, ugly out
| J m boom hdiInsa, fence and soforth that are no
Si b Wlesm ugly in the winter time than in
i t *& AdM w. we It eems to be a custom to fill the
*) M b -- a "s4e garde wiAh beautiful flowers in sum-
H "ft I phd@ r, Is and cover the fences with vines
fIt Oer abnm d whoe winter comes abandon both
i p a s- U ux util sprmg. But the proper home
*l H M- e- wenwM garden should show something interest-


g meverday rom December to )e-
mber. Often tbee is a te burst of
spring blom fobwed by a lack of
flowers the smmer month. This
meed not be, for with care in selection,
something attrative can be bed a0 the
Mas S. ven with puely hardy plant
this may be arrangd and it is quite
easy if soms of the good annuas re
included For prg bloomplant the
autumn before, hardy bulb, such as
snowdrop crocus, nareius tulip, hy-
acinth, fresia and poppys. Some of
the low growing plants that should be
set the autumn before is the pink,sweet
william, primrose and English dasies.
Plants for miummer blooming are
sweet alyssum, verbena, garnninmn,
zermag, sunflowers, nastertimua, sal-
visa, candy tuft and heitrope.
For fall blooming hydrangers, dab-
lirs, golden glow, crysanthemmus,
asters and many others.
In midwinter roses and all evergreens
are beautiful
If 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 as a back.
grounds and o 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-


deavor.


NOTICE.


omen


IN Ifer ga t pain and misery during the
P l4HL It it at thi time that the benficial
W ~ kinf ourd i is most appreciated, by those
hI that it Noiw-.their distress.


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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
wili 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.
NOTICE.
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
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You fed a if you had me fae too
many whbw you hbave nr ia, d66t
you? Save the face, you may eed t;
but get get rid of t emagi by ap
pig Ballrd's Sow Lnimen.t Fmt
thig in the world for rheumatm
- %ralgiaw, r, uts, ald em
back and all pai& Sold by Swane
Drug Co.
Kodol diests all the food you eat
If you will take Kodol for a little wdle
you will no longer have indigsti. It
is pmaant to take, Eact promptly. Sold
hy Live oak Drg Ce.
Kodol for Dyspesia, and Indigestio
will digest anyand all food at any and
all food at annd all tie. Kodol i
guaranteed to give prompt relief. Sold
by live Oak Drug Co.


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Laxative

CoughSyrup

Reeves Colds by working thm
out of the system through a copioau
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by clueansing and
strengthening the mucous mem-
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imderstand clearly. That's all they cane oi a ger saccharine content
than can be raised in other states.
need to understand. The rest is neg-d overstates.
igible and may be left for the learned Every county should have at least one
lawy to wrangle over and the eru- syrup refinery. Those who have once
dite editors to write about, used Florida syrup will take no other.
b_______t Short talks in Times Union.
The Evening News will watch with
interest the comment of those papers
which have been extremely bitter in Every boy, however, should be train-
their criticism in the past of the actions ed up to know that it is as cowardly to
of the board of pardons during the fight a smaller or weaker companion as
present administration. We predict it is to run from an equal. There is a'
that before Gilchrist has served a year difference between the manly boy who
as chief executive some of these same will fight when he is imposed upon and
papers will be giving to him what they the bully who spends his time teasing
gave to Broward along this line. Pen- and annoying other boys who are not
a ctir, na Via Vn mannlu iv., w;n lill ,


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a oodB afelis or Hoonton had no
ti we bfo lyPad things ver to- d
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wo" S onst heom at th WOt i iemi' odrk i goord qii.
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dC ritaWMbeeoe ldo lrpd with kAt we and ability to afc
adt*i Uwk aD M ir __rs islat ion A ohm*gat as tn
ants g ad hinanmad beguaile like Circe thten in thie rom in



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outrM>.______ Istleirpeinbe it r.-
a Core. of Tro ae to ts dob ler t Mr.atsoeha stre od
prtao'r la, ad Mr. ting v toaftl pr utis cde at of hi tnc, ad re






el ,mperwmum for hs valuable ast thst stie of the ateW the et ti
t rie. Ttl wei wheni the Eeoor -b ei e for rej od
atthedd to that great office was thehe yao
thi msr Itropie wd igt eIoId A e on ad btt. r i
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wo shell my which invehts the office
with Its most aluring charm? For our H AILTON IS DUILmNG.
part, we make BO bones of saying thaM Dscussng good reeds s good n its
I ores ha eeryild to public clamr pac t s stin hte alfs goodui
eand bc o er aandidate for the m pWbi an them the iame ~h re
daicyO. iat i be ca.e w he int rto iamiltow county is biig th em
gtlex to that ry. Bt holding w thhe latest improved macer
coven ... is Ta y- No see g for m i. M&












Spt t attitude fprod aloofne and men in chare who know the g t, n, iow.-
from both the job and the wages, we Japer News.

doi uwr duty as a good democrat and e iita o dd
tnd tos iat te raisother repub- t Seb ineg at Foria land nd ts



dean outrage upon a lobg-seufferng tvlue foratiltuntli purposesin remd
county. us that some people must thiit, it has
Seby in it W e valueras according to the Sanford
ly, i our t aa ac of trucking land
Sr lee-r tda which investold ltast wE
that the raike no boao theof ryr trb Dihn ot Florsca ndi i good a itsl
cad botr p cl anld-t foer ri demandg tfor ralp-Toe i Good
Giocsto dat sea jurt y a.u tho wtugh te e of mprthed tte hat

hrid were at ttit e l d n eBtrhold ofe apiece of it ad-keep itho.-
thmg abo the jb a to the qih we Jr News.
taonto fse year good ds asota Democrat idws reared i South
thpat hed wpr" and kA vr vWimeat GET LAND AND I MoITa








lya evrs te a but there i tepu Georgia and has attended cane g ad i
coplexity or verbose muddg- about ingef n alt of the ane grwg states,







the plan, simple, objective fact ofthe but has never seen piner cane than that
eas ctty thse anal right g on the of eon county. If
ery day, as they are ow doing ad Mrlu. Smith had seen more of Ford







actually daneg and reclaiming the d woudi know there Ts hryy if y,
a a t the og eight ah ofate ca rnd
k a a da dli the heM_ sa lad!ich thataplacensoldnosst we& for


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=uc modeoraly rtabd tdo lr *e d a
opposition to dra&inagewr l *
and co erns which wouiMld tIe I O M
for themselves Itisqiatewit b wlU dE4
limits of poemsihty that the he o0
of drainage would not ave the e a o
for the dear people. Letas, the ifa. M
resolve on a rest for a year or two a pl i I
drainage problem -Tampal TIm.
GLAD WHEN THET Al l eSO go am -di m IN
The day after Gov. Gilehsrkg wb' b I i I M
auguratedtheboud ftrteeers5 i d IW 1*
internal improvement tad deM-d I o- e a li a
o600 acr ofes r of Eglad M la bw a eIM a i
M. Tatum. The pie was tw t IwM IM I 6
dollars anacre, the- ttal M i
purchase being oPM Of ai
amount 7,200 was paid eC& ad
wasgiven on the behae semod OM
mortgage on theW land. Wewe be -
when the last acre of t he rl gjl
sold at any old price, fr the ImM __to
that the tax there wi be 0 b o
mch added to the rIwm o t4 I
State and the stock in trade iof
cheapJohn politician will ber 6 so
obliterated.-Jasper News.
A DUMPING GROUND roa sOUTn. Ia to
The war is on. The lor advees.s.. .
are using moey, me m and the prem d to -wf iWO tL 4
nnro all) ffolrta twads lw DUhtii S 00 O


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They are putting forth titanic efforts b e ad
to make the laws against the track of U0e0I k a 1 ro t1 5 M I
no effect. They are the sworn eo em I 4eP d 9 III
of every public man who has the twm- I rY1 w V ** mWW O
erity to declare for prohibition. Last l
week Temesee joined Georgi ALM T l I
bama, Mississippi and North Carolhn; th c er h s a 4 ewse4
by July 1 it will outlaw liquor. South I .a 1* S*
Carolina, Arkansas and Texas are now t ae Wrl
about to take legislative action. In
every state the war is being pressed.
Will Florida become the dumping
ground for all the South' We do not
think so. Is state-wide prohibition m- "
possible without a constitutional amnd-
ment? We think not. Can we secure "




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sacola News. siunlg 1 a Lc,. .-u UiuLi LJy il u
More than a year ago General Gil- a bully, but every boy should stand up
christ publicly urged the enactment of for his rights, should refuse to allow
a law that would give the State repre- others to impose upon him, and should
sensation through counsel in every case fight, and fight hard when necessary,
brought before the board of pardons. to accomplish either purpose. Such a
Now that he is governor if he will rec- boy will develop into the right kind of
ommend such a measure to the egisla- a man. --Pensacola Journal.
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SI Imrt h roators, New-
pi fu b hty good
A m U SWa un
I elMy. of Indians, nmd
d O( succeediag
d*a e Iami dof Colorado,
o wt w eymer was much
d m uOwt a usd who only
S o-ft pw a the sere br is-
m % I m ew of satc o to
4bo ntqher with Newlands, of
mon lo a muamuhcent total of
Sr ---rts is the United
.=e glo o m NO o rth ern S tate s
i"'t bo rs y much like aSolid
f rto AW *ofr alleged iniquity of a
IN on It a nteworthy that two
d l b rbwher.r senators, New-
S d loed&&# and Chamberlain, of
W awe msu W of MUiSsppi, ad,
Mmq e agh. buth were born in
00 45MM" Wd c")of Natchez.


*i 6P 's pt d&rtnre of the guar-
s 4 d at.- will undoubtedly
dM *b othe xt eesion of the
Obltoln sad an effort will
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J. B. Cm uammr tmodr ua
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Attoney Wood nmMAnoa.the
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tseond jieo a k i-&-M- miMg.
a Mayer McNefi wl ia Jackdpile
STuasda, ad Wiednayi om IhM.I.
.At AT..Whb et M er wrwt dowa to O'Brie
Wd...AAy on bair sad pleanMre
WOLFE 'i,
Boya Helvst was ip O'Brian Wed
On the Corner to look ofter wa arae





SCbhi pw PAid. theircropes.4
I u p G., o H.D. Muner, of Mi.mi, a temr t h
SIa Mb m m day atitcommed O d t of the Seatn
SBu sines College ndoey.
C L L aniw vwsprominent visi
Farmers are busy at work no clean
lug of Iad, bailibrg fen, pulling
S-Waimuu for Fire In- stumaps, etc., preparatory to patting in
-- Ch prumpty pad. their crops.
C A. Lu I mIade bMi- The North Florida Luamber Compay,
vfls "Tusday- Geo. E. Porter, Jr., mager, has
*is ad Mrs. MUrry, obee in the Citmte Bank opened an
SLive Oak Monday boklldig, secod floor.


'Go.. to J. 8triklmand's for May
_ m- Ia m ed potatoes and all kinds of


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W. T. Stokely ret Sud Sndy fro
a wek's vitat Tpon Sprigs He
says our Oe frien MeGei is doi


i m "- 4t very aicely a the wholaleand retail
e 0C sell meat cheap for cash. ish bori The demand for fish
ab A pe b; pork 10e per Ib. Next being eater then the npply.


e to b H l dare Company. tf Among those from ive Oak who are
tNb nm ~at t lek at the Su- in attendance upon the Baptist State
Shad, bis the sick list, and Convention at DeFuniak this week an:
mi la i ahokdigdown tht psi- Rev. John A. Wray, pastor of the lFst
il L present Baptist church CoL Ira J. Carter, S.
P.M. lL ak.pOKfttaAOQ6.Ten.,P .Mays,. Mr C. Y. Byrd and Mr. C.
pri or of Pltak's Chill Tonic, wu N Hildreth, Jr.
h b dye de ay d ab e theDe- J. Fleeti who was in the mercantile
rat ple nt call business here several year ago, ha
Let eaudy was a buy day with returned to Live Oak (like eeybody
- mrhp t In act business is get- else who s ever left) ad hasopened
tg to be good with our merchants a clothing store on Howard street in
every day n the week. the building vacated recently by Mr.
Kinkiad.
TLt lmptoo plow, so well and fa-
vraby known by the farmers, a gen- At the annual meeting of the Worth
ral favorite all over the county, at Stephens mercantile company a few
the Swamee Hardware Company. days since the following were elected


aL W. H. McClehan, of Welborn,
who ably r epreatd Suwamnee coun-
ty the lat sesie of thelegilatre,
ad a friend of the editor, was in
the dty Teaay on business.
Mr. nd Mr. L Wildr spent the
SM day att Falmouth the guest of
Mr. a MYr John Ca~ia. Mr. Wilder
eissmsa qotin he woods bird
-it-Iad ws fortunate in bagging

Ibv. Rgs, pastor of the First
L M elAd"L Gaineville, and wife,
V hI Ib ety a few bar Moandy,
Iewm trn mrte to DeFuo ak
%* to attei the Baptit State
m--- s I en there this wiek.


SA. V. MLean, of Welbor, was a
s M st helimes visitor in Live Oak
SMr. MLeran say business
Si o i math of January was very
p ind Welber r ad that the projects
r Iq and summer business are

The 8wansee Hardware Company
bu bees opelled to place another
dr with the factory for Hampton
pnm the well known and popular
Switch Suwanee county farmers.
Ctll and famine the plow-it is per-
forI m every particular..
Mrs B L. Gladden, of Pensacola,
wth her mother, Mrs. Lindsay, have
an-ed rooms from Mrs. Dr. J. S.
Hankms, in the East end of the city
and will make their home in Live Oak.
Mrs. (ladden is an expert dress-maker
and a lady of fine attainments.
Mis Jessie Wilson, of Hematite,
No., who is in the city the guest of her
cousin, F. R. McCormack, and Miss
Annie Bouldin, sister of Mrs F. R.
MeCormack, will leave the first of the
week for St Petersburg where they
will be the guests of H. E. McCormack
and family for a week or ten days.


officers of the company for the ensuing
year: T. S. Baaiden, president; W. J.
Hillman, vice-president; Chu. Baisdon
secretary, and D. 0. Henry, treasurer.
In spite of the panic ast year the com-
pany declared the usual dividend.
Mrs. H. LDonnell,who has been in
the city for the pat six weeks the
guest of her brother, F. R McCormack
and family, left Monday for Orlando
where she will sped a few dys. From
there he wil go to St. Petersburg
where she will sped a few weeks with
her brother, H. McCormack and
and family, who are spending the win-
ter there.


S.P,


Fancy (


BUCKWHEAT


fRUITS


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 li.ve 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,
was in the city last Friday the guest of


Bob


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hawedtr


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Ni o Rubeustob rokrd~-_
Tuemby fom Qsi Caa, Ga., r, a. v.L.I
had bmn viitbw bw MIm L Sol a
by Mrs. m*aruis who vii
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wnu aJy m War cny aw gun w Mr
perimt, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Rub.

Now is the time to select your plos.
We have the well known Hampton
plow ad k that you call and exam-
ine it-ipect itand test it, and yo
will nd it the beat implement for So-
wannee county soi a crop producer
and for general wear and tear it h o
equal. Suwannee Hardware Co.
T. IL Palmer; a well kam real-
estate dealer of Jackwonrlle, J
Spratt and Mr. Hortio, proammt
Jacksonville citise, wre thi gue"t
of Joel Tucker Moday, and he enter
tamed them with a day of fiae port
shooting birds. The party killed about
forty birds and had a royal good time
Dr. Atnshong, the well known Jack-
sonville pecialist, will mak his next
professional Tit to Live Oak Feb. 4;
office, Hotel Suwanne. The Doctor
has been very queenafl in overcoming
all forms of eye troubles, also the
straightening of cross eyes without
knife. Hereafter the Doctor will make
visits every four months.
News has reached the city that Jack.
sonvile has become too small to hold
the six foot anatomy of Mr. EP. Mills,
and he has been compelled to order a
new suit of cloth from top to bottom.
Then there a lady in this city who
is o extremely proud of being ag rand
mama that her neighbor are thinking
that it will become necessary to sit up
with her.


Geood muk bal ,
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the Ovt a gofi-

invhe awr dbipb ,
caveNo.mIle As NOW d
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PRUBITIMANI
Rev. J. F. fted, *W

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PraYfr-mwft 0e"17 W46W
night.
You areCOwrilallyavIs d ith
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BArPTIT CIrmC
Jno. A. Wray, Pustr.
Morning Serwice 11U o'e
Evenig Servie, 7 o'hek.
Sunday SM AL
B. Y. P. U., 3 o'lock.
Mid-week prayer meing, WMa
day evenin, 7 o'clock.


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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,
years ago, and is well known in Live
Oak and Suwannee county. He had a
large number of friends and acquaint-
ances who join the Democrat in ex-
tending sympathy.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hinely and children
and Mr. Frederick returned Monday
from the coast in Taylor county where


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B-petftifi mbnmitted,
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BIC VON AXELSON,
H. A. WOOD.
CommittM resokltions of thanks.
K .m Laxative Coogh Syrup
t s uas good maple suar.
It we th l*d by gently moving the
b ewbd ait the oame time it is
mt for throat irritation, thereby
isE th eocgh. Sold by Live Oak
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jmg t do selo d Jonol C. RielS 6
asamnd- 4m- m 66"d Bb rtnw Nsdmirpu
coft ipos Gov. Coam to imodho so snal om In
N, IIL*-g invoottsda to &"Nb Ab ity
wbdbw or not the ffffd Nebo*bi
e every -PI e awM in m
.gatstbeeb of tre fo"m Erapr tw wbm 4LBwI
Itc1 w A Gov. G the bfis st be- 4i Ivfta tip goeo
whth ifrir ot thed therat bef ]w -d 4i v a h Lb WON bb
wmt 6 bg aedo6hnfuldtyi
'-of thenegro. lVIIm" msSWhe a had s
It wa dem ade i t the shwif be k daftt 0 who gmm
oil& to, t)heai le am~dti" wd + d u
4c*6"M a s" n atudftft"by bhi.
tbee6 empgi i elycing&m*. A roe. Pb" MiO U "Skm' 80eqeal
~M aI. am Adeptaftc Madat uMls EKU -
thegw~wfAoderbtarwarwd Nr.B&w3b*.bLwO~5tth.
onpob r tm arrI OW coumNdo- m BMI m he~sl 0 14HB~w-
do damituew is ebthe atymhlito.%bi pa
ud asn usto wat .3s
The xis h.to wbb s pbst a&* Vthe elysttkt ly mosop~dc
The bwtstm dteWhit* Springsm the Son&h) His fame of oezpw
swoh h.the sbuigwo ad wl TAMd' mbm ob
easto the xtemm of the Fud b pro
m ft -- A--- .-. .. a I


twima from ua ciy t1o wMa:
m the veiw y but aue we lean t
td the rnmid hfroa me Oak to Ner-
Md yil, WWhtSpWPsvTby a"
- abadoed, buO t that the pw I
bluarywork o the coNatractioa of
omd ia already begun, ad wll
eatimelo ly, by degree, until th
myan mbe more easily raised, or
_a I--, &L --4 1.J ;A 4, AA -


Iea which will nm mt ala rwe
dha.ame t od tW& per week, wle
r. BMiy' fore make fm i be to
Iftm atb is a day. As mbh
mdeui prfee te A eperato ys
lsMdnot fia to takeo adC of
ft oppotito Friday ad SMt.
ly of h welk, w emiirsaps a
)r. Bailey (to adrertie hi Jaksom.
rile ofee) will work at the following


eCro, 151 m C te worK w mco- low pre.
rmeseb w law ^there T.. FI t of teeth $5.00 up.
fhu -ar- e which we Vpeak of, i the' Crvww, (O0 up.
ifmatl that Drew s extadidg his C B r ww o, $500 up.
ad fo LUve Oak toward White pu5 u.
pria, and will continue this exte To demonstrate the painless work as
iJdo tIw t p Pum am o dmed by Dr. T. A. Bailey and hi ex-
for th ork of motruction to be&a hin jak ville oik, Dr.
om the ti proposed railway. If Bil ill be tthe foloi bran
this report is correct, White Sp 1 n ofies- ain the Live Oak district as fol-
will, at least, on be connected with ls:
LieOak by a branch of the Drewr, LveOak, Fridy ad SatuWry, at
de a vend if the lnor on the McCullers Bros.' building; Madison
at d of the ine ia never omete, Thursday, at Merchant's Hotel and
rWimh we hope and believe that the sample room. Jasper, Monday, over P.
entire road will be built. iD. Sandlin's store; White Springs,
Dispute is Compromised. Tuesday, over J. E. Milton's store;
Tallahassee, Fla. Jan. .-TheLake City, Wednesday, at Central
board of commi ners of state i-hotel.
tutido consented to compromise be-V The above schedule will begin on the
tween the Capital Publishing Co3 rd week in January and be continued
and the Capital City Bank. T Co y weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert
and the Capital City Bank. Thestate
printing contract remains unchanged, sist with
It also .nnocd at the capital Jacksovilleoffice 12 E. Bay, over
that the drainage engineer has not been Forid Trunk C tf
appointed.
FLA. TRUNK MFG. CO.,
NOTI. i S. H. ETTER Proprietor.
O'Brien, Fla., Jan. 18, 1909. Trunks, Bags, Sample Caes, Fany
Editor Democrat:-Please allow me Leather d
space toannounce that there will be a 12-14 East Bay Street
Union rally and dinner at O'Brien to Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8,1908.
be held with the Petersburg local on Dr. T. A. Bailey, City.
the first Saturday, the 6th day of Feb- Dear Sir:-The work you have com-
irary. Everybody invited to come and pleted for me, which eonsist of crown
bring well filled baskets. and bridge work, I consider as perfect
T. C. WILLIAMS. as is possible to do.
_^_ I am more than pleased.
Your painless and anticeptic method
are ommndale.i cerfuleon


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
merrt. Very sincaely,
S. H. BETTER.
J. F. WHITE,
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 you claimed for it, and
though the prices were most reason-
able, I know I could not have procured
better had I paid dQuble the price
charged by you.
Your anticeptic office and clean and
painless work will always be appreci-
ated by your patients.
I gladly recommend you at every op-
portunity. Respectfully,
JOHN F. WHITE,
Mayor So. Jacksonville, Fla.


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NO domo d n s,. ad IdQ Ab khb tbud
P ko~P ~I a, t/1 ~jslow old *1
MWMM-aW AVA .2 e& f awolem.
Au~lk oifuibom ~ow "idihi e.l
o f imi bows MuA beaus Sw h 1 1d
or mrriug bailin sad ammY ad bs"~b~Y
dom, bha for met wo fomL
4dw The ainM o stock of add o wid be
in tbnw dvlbre of beadrad MuY Of
A theoorWhelmi s tbwed auo seaman tol-
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w. any.w o u-r =--atabevamn _I. Noticei b iriw thAdi Ande adhi ir-6 .
1-0 1- to bef aedby.theboloftdirectorsatamoe tuo dar&ald CsPa- inCh imer d 1 min od
M llamd ob I al-d for that purpoue* B. H. Pmer, Jode f the Cbat Crtd the i

..... Id -i L Wae fr sM a i Oand ds C ise wia A Brst tIsat rn r i
I06 to iiwI a4b 5 rporain sh al estaid ahllLd hi. --d--".- d" 2 10 `a M M a
a Mbd mb nodaw datd *rPreident and Tresur. ViceP m dI at Walter J. B- was do ed to
*W *r CB--- C. .gl ..... e a.nd *a-&HoI elected te AMt p to -arnnut wi" t d ws tram nor&
_-'"t bO ww Sfeeday Jaanuary of each ymr aad Ut e h tiesof aM dea t(M1 s iU-ad sZok. hom
b 0 j IN I et I ad ati Ia of a id oMinse the bai- attorra fe an eo eMt f Mid -ea ad lna i& U5
II I....hed eg..d o .... ., d" k.. ar dsi o-a -i-_
a.N at rE USd gt-the undrmndwir uem ru aimajId an em
k- t* "f GR. POTER JXL. asaPres. Id"Tuft I died m m daw r w nId
be i ed- 3 Sito S to C. D. BLACKWELL. as Viae-Pre and SeM. sad uiredte a; t-o eS1intemU* WB
saw mat u tohdoi Thehst amoat of izdebtednemor Habity i bforte ot homea er 1inthe CI OofA
o. it t ....... d t i io t wh th eorvpwo ati V tiar rie t ULie Ok. aid otr ay d t"a, a tteh t
I It rr the^^a ** Pt or is.00 at J not exced the aof Ai fty toiu0Lad ols rh aa iiBr0 fr1 1 a a M
fft thos I"d bosd Sa Olkwill furor MKl ad ela to
.l theal^ h--<- i Il bot biddaerf cob the foBi.
OLn L.- iwKIA 1 Ig 11 0ari1d m1 preidty, yand =i J. L
s t CtalLteeL.V Ti sama wand reiea(s uft the scribers aoad aitiate m rmid aty df Suwantne, so
Ss*i um J*. 11 m dw l k u tr the amount of stock smseoriflr for b eacki: Ge. thereof Ma be meenary to atimfy mMi h ad
LB Th m- & rphl32al(S iek le Portec r.Jr.. twetr- o sharea, C. D. BDOck. e of mnar tested In -Iir tlotl be O APaMil i .' -_ |i
L 3wL^ twen -tfour shan, ramdJ. G. GoMrA-, coft idoPeM toW. %% towt 4 W4 sleo ChaW 4M a 4
dr a"OW L msarlal aLl ofaLin Oat Sow eoasty, Fl ia. ad M S a IW s@. a aw i tk u i mstma Lo
imy ILt si lte toemid AiN tm Wth "r Dad, M 1se oar d Ma tin i 4, mt nam s 14 e t1 Ne
dtGiuniui GsAtao R d b d NW3 (d m aas; S, NWX abud A.

and in am .n th eJ G.o Jand GU ot e. d nd.sda, .=.,-tW---
trL ms mme tome C D w.as3s knwnas d a^ S o as e asa SS
sob t a rdi etloMoea thd math nun IslusemTW Xd N( of owanbd
o 1 f L pYboa. us.. **t.inLaws l wOthIE = 14O& 1Au I off Sh
*Kkl. o *xd to h. mt My c oB m Dw r U. W Ntie~rrLL~rL h y c WdONd M a lNotar
Notice of ltetn A A yl r et Jd t i. dl ndi e chr t te a m

Sb tM of Othe epinmatsm"rW tr ear nd bem kg thee tL hW. BUTLe
o w am .. sabuk d o for*t e Spc al s er. -
A bU LA W~ r o b~d ite tSeal d 5Wndaa yt in I ds DO6r ro. .y at. D c em- e.
S o0m1 081 which a oastm eal ou. daYod Janumr. A. LD.tI01
Ss6im L The 7etohadre6tee0 0andeta. L Ai tht NOTdICE a I
ea IH r a r eded ai troi4 y earsiso ty A irt o of the Sttn Ner Pice atnde s d i id r t lear.
b e mer d asecodim to law. MY omem upire Duecmber 1 Noi6ce a heey give tn t undr ad be rir
Amarc oa adiadsenmade by the Hon. B. H. Pa "Calrer.
Merh B --- w the business is to be tra Notice of tention to Apply for Let- ^Tda i udan o thef rt in
Sin s ad ter Patest. ieeCrS i.thmbers ib anr La Ci rd brlri- b ag m
$i@ta 1. The busies d the coloration The undrigna4 idsucribers to the capitdate Janna 7th 1 in that m certaa ce a
U IN a she be eeudcted byw ad under the control and stoc of the heren after rewards name d cora- wheia Bly-Stephens Company a aorpora-
WOOLmmt o bahod at director a pndent tionhereby give otice that they will apply to tiwo aut epmlaimanta. sad J. L r anns ee ie
IL I tee preside. mant eemtaand treasurer, an od Hon. A. W. Gilehrist. Govrn or of t at of SB. Roers and Internadton Harvester Copany UCndr and t uisll
SrThey r & om o:l m er. Provded that tthe ok of Florida. on the 8th day of Februarr. A. D. 190 fenm tad w saodatht he Inte and ner to 10q
alager and sret- meay b t alled da by for the iuPance of Letters Patent incorporate natgal Harvester Company ae cro bill coiun Cao4r1aned 1W
tl avat's d o ad mu person. an;roidd, that the them as a corporation to A busined under the plainants ad J. n R Fan nie B ar the 15th dr
I h ( n oIf p m aen idet ad trearer a be sfIled W corporate name of Middle Florida Grocer Co and HinelyS4tphens Company are defentsn Cealie Ahl et~ h r
___ betmLA ll Al of the said directors and odicers forth, a copy of hih has thisday been in a. was dy aoited as said Spwecial Md Mfm t


m and the: a W. pany, wit ad schrtder places h afterwads met d S Iuthe hal Specal
SaSbpue elected M and eosn frio amon the stock- the oftie of Secretry of Statof f the State ofitr and required to execute the final decree made Oak. Su wane
AtAtlna foir homers the corporation at the annual meting sFlorida. in said cuse. I as said Special Master w 1 an the of Janury. dA. D 1 I'
Stue sockholders. to be held in the town of G b. H. DAVIS. an t day of February,o 1900before the aourt house hale te at pawh t
haold t o Suwandee cntr, Florida. at the s F. R. MICORMACK. door in Live Oak. Suwannee County. Florida. dur. for cah the f w
sof business of the corporation on the first W. P. WALKER. ing the legal hours at sale, offer for sale and sell rtY. towit One er -
_~ i Jaly. 10ft andon the same day annu- to thbue highut bidder for cash, or s much thereof tshe me beS the I
A' *a thereafter. each stockholder having a ma AnrnLC Rr. a os necessary toertisfy the amounts dereed to be tahment I It.
c a. L a -vo t asbe heas share paid for in the corporation. The name of this corporation shall be Middle due Hinely-Stephens Company and the Interns-Ths. Iemst as
and the ai ut annual meeting and until Florida (cery Company. with its principal tional H apester Companuyas wells the cost of Thi S Jurt
Ith ad i t s aere elected and qualified. the place of business at Live Oak, Suwannee county. said suit and sal the following described prop-
sem lal be: A. E. Key. Braford. Florida. Florida. and such other places of business within erty. to-wit: South half of Northeast quarter of NTI,
go" "m n fd g at J 3. L an.sBtan ford, Florida. and W. H. the United States as may be determined upon by Section 4. Township 3, Range 13 South and East,
Stephea. branford. Florida. and until the next the Board of Directors of this corporation. lying and being situate in Suwannee County,Niceishrogivst*e a
~ Wh@thok aM al election and until their successor are AaRTIcLE SECOND. Florida. and containing in all eighty acres more finaldc &ree ofa t Craaa
M *esnand ui. AofBanfordThe general nature of the busine ssor uine Daed this 7 day of Jurs 1909. tered in the Circuit Cemtd of th let
re" Vbl he pruident and treasurer. John L to be transacted shall be exclusively a wholsale M. ED BROOME. Special Master. dcrenadat-dooeSEI.aitad
isT e gate D r aford. r steiens,_d busi ness. dealing principally in groceries to- I M. E. BROOME Special Master. a
S1 u h& 69"EImrmda.shaI be vice-prwi The gether with such other line of morhandise as the P pending i id court wbui I p
Sateo ti t ofthe m aid ocers and directors hall be Board of Directors may from time to time decide ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. plainantad hakes WiNl ad W
et b the By-law of the curporation. up t ioistnt with the law of Floraid Distributees, legate. heirs and creditors handihntaddbetb I A r & a fs
bptaBy-lawsothctheconduct of the business to be to buy, selland all other persons whomay be intensted. arehereby highest and b ut bder b"afm
AsTacs 6. dispoor of groceries, rneral merchandise stocks notified that Las administrator of the estate of ,, Mt hloa dow to 14" O r$ ge
Lit of debteda, and bonds. ad such other lines of mchandise N. V. Roberts late of Swanee county. Forida. Florida duia the l
buy,_ o a s -"a of March. 1909, A. D. 1909. (lay the folwing deibeda ndmuchAbez'a
edarm or ftholt, to which the borporm UL own, sell ad dispo rl atrt ad such between the-hous of 9 ad 12 o'clock a. in, at
ILm atimyt a sk oItself. shall not ceed twice other business as is consistent with this charter the court house of said county. present my ae- The Suwrata ourter h aI
ekoftheepoti and laws governing corporate this character. counts and vouchers to the County Judge of said of rtheast quarters (1. hd ea m ms
Ai ; iua mmefaemcLsoA st Tauu. county and apply for annual settlement.o sth fW M(It).O
The c anital stok of thi s mwmation zhall b eJ. E BERTS.


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apm er rhe would n hate od
pso hth m the brictrs of hik
dey. that tey turn for poetry, /ead
eome a ofiort poems the accepted t
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mtitsat. He profn ia cam with
the dly and S. E. Kidr, ad iew
a pable of better work t have fod a.
We ight tamog the Ritr iof dd.
Bewasogfriemdand we dall miss
hi. He had i tuweakne for potyho
h notf Thegot poems a aredxquite
bya ot of-what il his life contained
by others-what inl his Hie contained


haroed no one but himself. Peace to
his ashes, and may the troubled spirit
of thisstrane but lovable character
find a larger field of usefulness, and re-
pose as well, in that mysterious bourne
from whence no traveler returns, but
where we feel the deeds and worth of
every soul are justly weighed and duly
sealed.-Pensacola JournaL
Rev. C. W. D)uke to Lecture at Baptist
Church.
The Baraca 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
lectures on his recent Eutopean trip.
He will be heard here at the Baptist
church Friday night, the 2th 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
attached to the lecture and make it
free to every one. A cordial invitation
is extended to all.
Pastor Wray says that there is a
treat in store for the people of Live
Oak and that all who hear Mr. Duke


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tdriaL hct, t cootaim kma ci noilo but e ed h at adw
tahL I dt, so
phra BoI od PRiCoperas r Worm and BcdiMO, hr
and Nux Voma, wvih t mK of ths bc t knon Toulc.
k is adt ib ted tht wha n ock mt nad f -- m-s dy hIo
to take t,& and though oe S Ax--rhm have bt e k db i a
s often atroyed by bdaign Chwd in the i
S is abo true that when stock fd bdia they cave sk t=n d d d
threforxt system of givhi soc k mecinle ILbot Oly tk oom
but is the vry baet way-the common cmse way-dIi oiulc t
taste of the nedicie, so obsctioable in obe plam


The


Hair


H. H. BROWN, G6enral Manar


LIVE OAK,


ANNOUNCIMNNT&.


An annogevWpt fee of $.50 will
S charred by the Democratfor pub-
Hahiag pheuBgwwat of twji 's
for the various city offices. The $2.50
must be paid in advance.
I hereby announce myself a "sddi0ate
for re-election to theoffice of city clerk,.
treasurer and tax-amessor. Thanking
the citizens of Live Oak for their loyal
support in the past, I promise, if elec-
ted, faithful discharge of all duties
pertaining to the office.
S. P. MAYS.
The Democrat is authorized to an-
nounce B. P. Moely as a candidate for
city tax collector for the city of Live
Oak. He solicits the support of all
democrats.


To the Voters of the City of Live Oak:
-I hereby announce myself as a candi-
date for city clerk, tresreer and asses-
sor, and solicit your support in the city
primaries. If elected will make every.
effort to satisfactorilly fill the position.
H.ILHAIIR. '
I hereby announce myself a candi-;
date for the office of City Tax Collector
for the city of Live Oak and oliit th


CHANGES INTW r SNATK.
Thirteen New Seters Will Go in o
Marcl 4t.
Wasuinton, Jan. 26.-Many new
faces will appear in the senate wha it
meets next March and an equal umbamr
will be mied. The mweoamrs tothi
upper boMse of congress will be the fol-
ovwig: W. L Jones, of Was tomte;
Theodore E Burton, of Ohio; G. .
Chamberlain of Oregon; E. D. Smith,
of South Carolina; M.N. JohM, do
North Dakota; B. F. Shively, of Idi-
an; C. L Crawford, of South Dakota;
J. L Brutow, of Kanas; W. 0. Bad.


The -, -


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To fel girw. b
uad dllsa%. we"
enjoy life. w Der"
ten the V dm
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Hardware


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a t UMM Ma i rd rC dem d Mr. arO the Oti
Sw he ksd soh sa ay i ftd Trt L 1EdwPd mut M thi TGhe D
iij "m *I t eroa lN oTw4amN omweit o bWIM ofM
ithe -k Umitef i. -Thornbpan Mrs. Al moh wow id n- ht s
a I i lA may wia t ano 'b i sre nas Eavl t hfr i ad .

i; the lrera Dt hpera th -a t.H
Ml a n eobbmanUy ifty .T peoled has ing the r o vhi p roprt6


W bhennlaa d it a hOw 1 uae.d A1
-m ck Powder
A t u- damW soe s oa" WWort w -,
gg -~ brL A f rc aT w MAhs onI Poud mar oni
'bantonma o m rf as lr vevl amI; besid our
-|i( l3tl other nonutritieus ma-
Uad ths haot w bkt. a r
bi nl wts,,, a-inb eis at i n which are mi d S1 l hbe
.-U-ItebnofCinh ilces, Salpetre for the Kidc Ms
WV. w.Wikt, of o. d a, 0 s
as ^e th mpa TneTimmt uis
Siw tea m twenty we tedicine they are least inclise
I aaMd naO w Withsd C desire for it, and even this
w stad truk growers from
SA a MOR av O ty tbhomof the two h k
otimena Before being pt onalt more than at other times, a
the land will be thoroughly, a t
_____ow k aew e dwll being opeed in only the simplest and surest b!
SlthtwwB ~improved rovcrcoming the disagreeable t !
A M to Id who mW tnwpoh the tract, tk
f M MAil poke aek which pMs throi V
ad toe k* s kablek for veels of shaj- U
Sft O e tabk m Bgetw ee ad 0 1Inverness, where they were the guests
yW 1 cai *ha be brought to Florida to of Mr. McCormack's cousin, Mrs. Lois
al I m rt laia. There is an in- Thompson. Although we were in In-
If t er d meh prospective or vernes but a abort time, we met quite
S- t. be. soaWiedes reported in Florida and a number of old Live Oak citizens who
xlmmt to B ap the state with have recently moved there, and who
SL a ricaltriats has only beo are helping materially to boom that
(two td thase other protstbeaWfl little city. E-Sheriff John
ol I as: "With the settlemk t Rawkia, who bought a big tract of
am itd q Mgtu Italians in Maat hland in Iaverness and moved there, is
b o tn*l s carving of large Me. maeia marked improvements on his
SIt Hat Dev -into five acre farms property. He has built for himself a
m--- (he s- a good proepet that Flor- handsome and commodious home; is
k, I i before many years be peopled having the streets on his property
~B|Hl uwh the number of inhabitants it can i cleaned up and beautified, and he is
l amh in comfortable and even lux. selling lots almost every day and a
4I a r dr emnuttnces.-Short Talks in number of neat dwellings are going up
SThwUdion. in his aMtion. Edgar Davis has pppgpg


'fth ebPoye, wiqrama -rie
The- ch.icie Wwiw Iu
dof the PAM ___JJ

goW od Mw. N4 soft
-wtitBItrmi w v wi din* h
Ha Ongimt It,

anytowA. -.


mocat an= that G.REI
mubdy to Ime two
i-Atmy a peias4ri
-oin hem fur dw&.


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1a LCL


mail
ruAAIL


&onuS Gat is the e, p
~.iug hem he fo"
&Aet it w theugh thL Pu, i
medbut sftw a inw e wa*v
iof the asimak it wobudI


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No.0


TIIriIIA LAE?33
mw wm u u~


We are 4y p
Wst wd cm tlbbm
pad. ad b
order to redee our we WE Id
them at the re u-rkabw Ifph


DIETZ
over to
and get


Lanterns mwe uLm
be the very bed ad Q
one before they p gm


Te Hair


rc Ce
ru-ft~


ILH.


LIK OAK,


i% "


iii a ama mama a a a iaszuaauus


Ibs


SUGAR==SUGAR


19


lbs


For


One


Dollar


Where?


THE


CASH


eas fres eats prmtdlvrbyfo


r eats, fresh eats, prompt delivery, buy from a
NiOd No cuspidors---no rats-no roaches. We


GROCERY


store that is always in


appreciate


your


sanitary


business.


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WEdHAVE d to continue our Clearance SaYe one week longer 6J .k eM
wo hasnotboughta Suit anopportunity to buy one at their own i
I b CLOTHING AT PRICES YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD OF

For ona week we are
going to offer any i O
SSuit or Ovoat in
1 WZ Alt


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Cpfright igo by Hart Schaffner & Marx


We also have a few other Suits that
we want to close out before the
season is over. They are good, ser-
viceable Suits and cannot be pur-
chased elsewhere for less A
than double the amount.
Any Suit in this lot for $I
We are still selling our Pants at
greatly reduced prices.
All Pants up to $2.50,
Now $1.00
All Pants up to $3.50,
Now --$2.00
All Pants up to $6.00,
Now --- $3.00


51


Copyright 190 by Hut W Il


These Prices are absolutely lower than can be made by the manufacturer himself. All di
goods still marked at reduced prices. Don't let this opportunity pass---"Fortune knocks at
every man's door one time in his life.'---THIS IS YOUR TIME.' "


FOR ONE WEEK ONLY


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dedicated Salt Brick

mmpoMd of the pest Dairy Salt, Sulphur, Saltpetre, Coperas and
Nux Vomica, as prescribed by a graduate of the American
Vcterinary Colge of New York City, for the ordinary
disease of animals for which it it intended.


Wht It Does



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)ha bW fmarsn


* a ho d* W K umup
ism.maw e i hafr
IPON doa,


lr ad Ocaper than Stock Powder



a ~to of ta poaa d wdcrs we have amined; besides our
I k rice bran, ctone-sd hulls other onnutritious ma-
h b r katng but LDaf Sal i which ar mied Sul
e r MP ca s ior Worms and Bowels, Spetre for the Kdn
Ia k b a dof the best known Tonics.
tIll IftI tw that when stock most need medicine they are least iclined
S dt hu d nu rishment, have but littedesire for it, and even this
ylld by Amdine bcin placed in the feed.
Ith L t W that when stock fel badly they crave Walt more than at other times,
M- sym dof ivng stock medicine in salt is not only the simplest and surest
I l wy bst way-the common sense way-of overcoming the disagreeable
It medl c so objectionable in other plans.


ie


Hair


Hardware


Co.


H. H. BROWN, General Manager


OAK.&--


- FLORIDA


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COMING!


. H. Armstrong Co.,


SPECIALISTS


We Straigten Crss [yes


Without Waife


Vl k ,.., t ~, IAt.. t A,.at I. f N,. 9 Laura Street, Jacksonville. will make a professional visit to

e Oak First Thursday in February
S1 rf n i*iw dlar only, and can be seen at


Suwannee Hotel, February 4th


A


and


Keemomy of Costly Foods.
The economy of expensive foods is
explaMed by the fact that dliesto,
at Meat n man, Is depedet pm
siaTer without which It I so defec-
tive that we do not obtal the good of
the food we swallow. As far as ex-
perImat go, they substantiate thee
aerrtim, for the sight and smell of
plemau food start the fow of di-
getive Ids, while diska eaMe odon
and iht stop it Deeatemset, theo,
wea seem to be staples, for the are
,emeseny. The talk of beig able to
subi m a few cents a day I sipy
no- and leads to deterioration of
hah What seems to be extrava-
uM ik food purchamsI iy he
w lmwe instinct. TM hIh cost of
living It partly due to the cost of the
flavors we need. We eoammea the
Ideas to our worthy dnIMee wea
mists. Laymen may not be so foolish
as the physiologists themeelves.-
American Medicine.

A Novel Method of Advrtiing.
A storekeeper in a mall out of the
way town many years ago hit upon a
novl method of advertising his store.
He conceived the idea of baying 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 ruad
Sand plastered his windows with no-
tices that postage stamps were only
to be had at his store, and to his mor- i
tilcatlon 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 ofi
about the tliut of .\lxai.it 'r, a::d hf .
woL his wife by his great work. He,
painted a picture aled "The Nuptiabl
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


-

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
mice.
Don't have to be hunted up and
dasd out at feeding time (often after
dark) as do other remedies, for after
beig placed n feed box or holder t
is always where stock can get t as
Sthey need it
t r~iu.



for the line that gets there breom N
that he goes to sleep in the chalr w
he is being shaved. Then the bafte.
who is a friend of hia, lets him dl-
as long as he likes after be has e
ished with him. But 1 don't me hk
he can fall asleep with a dangerem
raor scraping all over his fac. I
couldn't. Could you"
"It isn't the most plassibei xcu I
ever heard," said on to whom the
question was put, "bt tt ought to pm
on account of its originality" New
York Press.
Coloring an Abyesismin Bld.
Western brides have an -.uiwr ,h
than their Abyasinian sister ona tih
occaslo of her marrine an .ttrvat
un bride has to ebaBe her skin. 're
ebony she has to become the eokor et
caAf a lalt. To accompash tUs te
expectant bride Is abt up in a rem


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b sI bdI .a Ia b lib
e to rIse as
his bMy. Ul I w
1 eIh
rfe tapat Thlr
.- Is metlnomed by the Oet 4e I.
dl It -the account ets Jmn ,
Trom Pekin to StkkIL,
"The caravan w as a p of am.
ek. I bad bro mt "-mw me
knd had no Idea of tfegr I
amtals Into a country largely corn-
posed of looe sand. An amusing In-
cdenet marked the bIlkn0 of our
march. One camel, awl nm tw
.a are, mnanged to uMA.e HI a
ditch of thick mad been te rad
and a wheateld. Wheb e m me
a camel cn only set gp a It t
ea arrange it feet corvenietly un-
der It ad It the ground ls eary Bat
"In this eo it wva nt 2 Tmean l
ml lay within fa or iat n tthe at
perfectly rlsed and atpable of a
Adge moment to hS bS To
awr It t took mor thU a m
_ 1 drequlred the united effort
ao ma- me with cords passed ader
the eam s back."

Weleemiri the Trawler.
I hav alvay h a good oplinm of
the merpi; of the life iurane
agent t mhas emed to me a t tht
buyr bee Is a laxy new4ro-el eo
with hm Becenly this opOI-
ia -- ben btreDtbe1 .
Aa dM colord merrvt Im i It a
ihhagt family made hs frst trip
away fte home and risted relatives
b lw eTeOr
O hIT return to Lamina he was
ased what be did whbfle the M tdh
TWelld 'mog uddiah t In I Gm mtk
.e am ~I nuanee poolIc to' hs'ed
'WWy, what on earth fyou w vt
.r1 We a garanee peley? To have
u*bt e cindrear'
t what I one or him, but I
t r ke It, aU de es. Des ut
ma, be met me at de beat lan ', aw
he rm d ht t' have one or he'd ao'
me bek home He warst sgwn fo* t
'bw mtiand i I didn't byo a. De
dot low no one In Ne w awk Ie
dey hau a 'suhance poicky!-Womuan'
ome C0 iplon.


the ni the

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womarnchlrn was tllhg~ ho hehpmed
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of Sauray nIgt.ekNi

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IT customary with us each season to conduct


mmcandise before the next season opens.


a Sale so that we can clean up our 4
Every person in Suwannee Countty km


w it means when we put on a Sale. They know they get the best merchli on im
mr td t kss prices than what they have to pay for other goods that are inferior Fw


k next 15 days we give you an opportunity to get goods cheaper than you have ever -
hm bdor. Below we Quote you a few prices: .' .


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Clothing


Io'* ksof th latWest patterns and
l w. both Wi e and double breasted:
nemr price, -=0 to $22.50: Sale price $15.75
M'm f'ne SuitM, in all styles and pat-
tnm Tbe celebrated Hart, Schaffner
SMarx make. Sale price 13.75


Another lot of these same goods, also a
lot of new patterns of the latest styles
jut received; worth from $15 to $18:
Sle price
A big line of Men's Suits, worth from
$1150 to $15; Sale price.
Men's Fancy Suits, also lot of Blacks:
worth $10 to $19.50; Sale price
Men's Fancy Suits that formerly sold
from $8 to $10; Sale price
Wea o have a lot of odd sizes and pat-
tera that we are closing out at


Overcoats


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


11.75
8.75~


Hats


Men's Hats, all styles: worth $3;
''.5 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 ..


Shoes


Men's Fine Boyden Sb h wt I
Sale price...
$13.75 i, Men's Fine Patent LtI-w No w
i| $5; thisline we wt m r M a,
8.75 1 Men's Fine Shoes, all gylm. wrOth s
Sale price
6.75 Men's Fine Shoes. wurth V
Sale price
6.75 We have a large uiorwtme VM
... Shoes worth up to $3; Sk o~ a
We also have another line o( ro., o ..
that we are closing uut at
Boys' Shoer at wtcu, c,


$2.25


Special


1.65 Just received, a nice hrw ,,f mh .,
and $1.00 values, at 5 ,
1.25 sure to get some of thew


Overalls, 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 unrhunt ,'i


Come to see us.


We can show you better than we can tell you.


\Vt'


can convince you that these are the biggest bargains


ever


offered anywhere.


Begins Saturday, Jan. 16


and


Lasts for 15


Days


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Sale


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