Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00548
 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: February 5, 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: VID00548
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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$1.00 p iPd CoL J. L La a promBat attorney
Sdof Japer, prubo heR lmIn bohaM At&a of
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25c, 3 a 35cach. l o. Grnat, o Lwavie. a
we-known ad big* repected citi. Cash and Due from
Two 6ood Shew Cases Mo th nt, w i the t Depsits -------
SWednd y. Bills Payable .... -
Mrs Ela Sessions, who has been .-
quite sick for some time, is convales- ----
yO LE E cing, ad es rme entertained for e r
O L F speedy recovery. a ma

On the Corner Mr Ela Sessions, whb has bee
quite sick for some time, is very much
better, and hopes are entertained for
Freh baker' bread every day at S. her speedy recovery.

Candidates for city offices are com-
Mu the advertisement of R. L. White ing to the front. In today's Democrat
i Wt y's D~e rat will be found the announcement of two
Ci. Hm was a visitor at Lake candidates and there are more to fol-
CIty Moday on leal business.
I w A& Williams for Fire In-I Col. L. E. Roberson, one of the
Ins & i promptly paid, I prominent attorneys of this city, was
in Jacksonville the first of the week in
J 1. Barnw. a prominent citizen of attendance upon the Masonic Grand
'Mrwn. was here on business Monday. Lodge.

G to J. .L Strickland's for May Col. J. M. Gornto, Judge Lamar G.
SNd lptatow and all kinds of Carter and Mr. Watts, of Mayo, passed


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C. J. MeGdele wa in thecitaver.I

im a -g 4t through the city Monday en route to al days the ktter part of last we
Cpt W. J. Hillman was in Jackson- Jacksonville to attend the Masonic looking after businem interest It is
v La te Ibt of the week looking after Grand Lodge. reported tat Mr. MGeheehentampatu'
tu mm Serm R.H. Holmes, of the Live Oak Bot- moving hi family back to Live Oak,
The De crat's good friend, W. R tling Works, left Monday evening for and we all hope the report is true.
ft a. ad to we as Saturday and Atlanta, Ga., where he attended on They would be greeted here with
msd IMB mIatiua Tuesday and Wednesday the Georgia cordial welcome.
e As. a su Om .s and Florida Coco Cola Bottlers' con- New business enterprises, new capi-
sL A. p usident rof thivention. tal is being invested and Live Oak is
we *r- to- M'i' M oday. The Worth Stephens Company have going to grow and prosper. Real w-
.... a page advertisement in today's paper tate values will ontie to increase
R. L tm h m ad the dwM in announcing the arrival of their line of and the man who "sits stear in th
S* s"ed be J. L awards spring dress goods. Their stock this boat" and invests his ioney s Sma-
m T. I& Ah and has moed season will be one of the largest and nnee county town, city or country prop
e6 lj thurw. best ever carried by this popular es- erty, will make big interest on his in-
M It I~amed and children, of tablishment, and that's saying a whole vestment.
A* w te gst of Mrs. Sand- lot. Mrs. C. H. Brown gave a party Sat-
'* parst Mr. lnd Mrs. S. P. W. L. Blackmon, of Pinemount, for- urday afternoon in honor of her little
S t of the week. merely a valued member of the board of daughter Brownie's fifth birthday, to
i I MiLed returned Wednesday public instruction, was in the city Sat- which a number of her little friend
hfm Oltr. 1Mui county, where to urday. He was accompanied by Misses and playmates were invited. There
t Ib far emnr ay at the Br r- Mollie and Willie Kirby. two attractive were nearly forty present and they al
s a McI d trpetine farm. young ladies of Pinemount. They had a merry and happy time. Little
plow well and favored the Deocrat with a pleasant Brownie was the recipient of a number
t pl. so well rand fa-ty pa
visit, of pretty presents.

" mwm b uwe farmers, a gen-
al ber aml ver the county, at
t Hardwa4 Company.
Mm Vwgie Rgister, an accom-
pMtWd yer W hdy of Jasper, is visit
*e a U. Oak thi week with her
m MA Joe Ruff and Mrs. R. E.

M & Hall,of Ocala, after a
wa wib her sister, Mrs. F. E. Thoma-
e, of thi city, left Wednesday for
Mempw- I s where she will spend
a we rk a Ie days.
h to pedIo tht Live Oak will have
, *d4S opera house ready for
Ase f of aut mamon's engage-
rma. We belieo rs ch a building
eM rPve a payg investment.
D, o't forget the "Measuring Par-
y'" at te raideceof Mr. T. S. Bais-
dean Friday, the 2th. Come and
ad out how tall and short you are.
The bdies will measure you at the

&or. 2t
Mrs. Claude Ansley and her bright
and mtercting little son, of Brooks-
vill. returned home Monday after a
several wreks visit here the guests of
Mrs Anskty's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
i A. tBakburn.


We understand quite a large acreage L. F. Ingersoll and family, and his
of melons will be planted in Suwannee son-in-law, W. B. Lewis, and wife, of
county this year. Near Houston W. Kentucky, and Waterman Dowling left
R. Dorman and others are now making last Saturday for Steinhatchie Springs
preparations to put in big crops. Mel- where they are enjoying the mp life
ons always do well in this section of ad having a great time fishing and
Florida, and when early enough, bring hunting. Th.y carried a tent and all
t" ia"SV40 haa a iMV t M a

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J- IL T,0ow
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morning 5aviwI I0 ,06A
Evening wvson 7e rh
Sunday S &*W. 5
B. Y. P. U.. 3 *Ank
Mid-week p 'am *sow
diy evesuwt. 7tak.
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good money on the market. ,"" tIBatcn ut awave a g oaJ Lu ReguL preahm T I a
that popular resort. and 7 p. m.
Now is the time to select your plows. that popular resort. and 7 p. m.
We have the well known Hampton. Dr. Armstrong, the well known Jack- Sunday chlool at W a. a
We have the well known Hampt sonville specialist, will make his next Loyal worfon at 3 p. m
plow and ask that you call and exam- professional visit to Live Oak Feb. 4: Prayer ervic T-- T p
ine it-inspect it and test it, and you office, Hotel Suwannee. The Doctor JAM LR Ue
will find it the best implement for Su-has been very successful in overcoming
wannee county soilas a crop producerstightef of eye troubles, also t Be'r a**
strghteningof cro eyes without B ii Parkr ,
and for general wear and tear it has no knife. Hereafter the Doctor will make n, u itt days
equal. Suwannee Hardware Co. visits every four months. I c it. t *a i,
actly muitCd. return sor *~oabs it
I A' Suwanne Drug Co

T C SawamseD tmerme, 0"e a Vow
SS. P. Mays i "
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Mr, H i( Murphy. of Zolfo, is in t ..., gsuaiu .uimi.
Irn.- .t\ he g uet of her sister, Mrs.
i 11 brwn and family. Mrs. Mur- .
II n n mily. Mr. M The I.ive Oak Foundry and Mcahine
,h> "',r M' Gardner, has man.\
~TS, i ay Shops have recently constructed a neat,
(ri-tl< :'i thi. ciTlv ho will be de- '
I th,- c. Y. o wile de- conmmndious and comfortable business
lIngfmi t t\ e b *rj r.
office just east of the machine shops.
,- ,*: 4f St. I uke's church en- and friend Cook, the bookkeeper, is so
I(t' .. i tI: home of Maj. Geo. E. proud of it that he can hardly tearhim-
I'..,1rr :A* t Friday night. It was self away from it long enough t, :'leep
S*., 4!ivr),rl and a most delightful and eat. There is perhaps no L.tterc
. 1.,.,n h Ipen .t. Elvgant refresh- equipped enterprise of its kind in the
n,-:, arr,' .wr rd state than the Live Oak Foundr\ and
S M I % nn a tOdl. substantial Machine Shops.

talent the city affords, regardless of
dinomina:tin This grand and uplift-
ing suon is sul-stirrinmt and deeply
touching, inspiring, full of mekloy and
a rare treat for all Christians and lov-
ers of such divine songs The begin-
ning of this cantata is -Th.e Heavenly
Day of Rest." and closing with that
grand chorui.. "..Itrusa!em. My (iori-
ous Home.

T.L w.'.i H'-:,t iar'lware orrLUanV
farm..r i r r.esads two miles south of Among the new buildings tou lnan 4~ ,, a rn
a;r- in rceipt otf another shipment of
he e:t), a tn to ~e us Monday and up in this city is a handsomer three- e aie
the cl!!ebratedi Hant,,n !,ul,,s. making
rvesi h ,,ubscription to the Demo- storv brick building on the corner of th furth rkr this cmany has
< r H,. WI hai crops were very Howard and Pine streets on :he lot ,.. .. ... ,

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Why Not Play

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these coldf ni~hr
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Fancy groceries


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PRICE, $35.00

Steel wheels, 34 inches in diameter, with 2-inch

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.
Trash cleaners on the axle brush away any
trash that might have a tendency to clog or gather
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
knives by means of the lever, by which :he entire
weight of the driver and machine can be forced on
the knives, which, in case of damp ur heavy stalks.
car. be increased by putting such weight in weight
box as may be found necessary.




DeuMrrrOWS Rip Hislm Ictded,-
Has BrMWc* Oes"i

Everyone for whom Dr. Bailey has
worked is marveling at the geatkln
ad skill with which he handle his p-
tisuta. He perform then ot difflt
dotal opetiwo witat pas and i
able to save may teeth where other
dentists a M faiL Dr. Baley remves
nerrs and trats teeth by his own
p- mlea thodi wbich ha as equal,
rad at wbkch the pple ared.
Dr. B&TL wfi be in Live Osk at the
MeCehrs Bro.' buldi. 2n 1-2 How-
ard strmt to date- hibs rpid
metdbod -- expect at his~ Jaekum
wee (dth fly strictly a ttie ofice
in the Sooth) His force of expat
ad irq vohime of baiens mble
bin to tani at the bat work at priee
below tkat ~ hrd be byrti in t
oMfeeo whiih wilno t Taven maM
th ae set of teeth per week, while
Dr. Bailey' force make frm five to
fifte full et in a day. As much
p-tice perfcesc the operator, you
ibnld not fail to take advantage of
this oy(xtamitj a an Friay and Satur-
day of each veek more peeiay as
Dr. Bailey (to advertise his Jackon-
viIl offce) will work at the folowing
low price:
l aset of teeth, $00 up.
Crows aS00opV.
Bridge work, $5.00 op.
FigsB, 50c&Wp
To demonstrate the painles work as
dooe by Dr. T. A. Baiey 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
McCulers Bros.' building; Madison,
Thursday, at Merchant's Hotel adx
sample room. Jasper, Monday, over P.
D. Sandlin's store; White Springs.!
Tuesday. over J. E. Milton's store;:
Lake City. Wednesday, at Cenrral

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Bugy Harnss at

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Live Oak Manuiftunring
MAl iTAcimuU or
Lumber, Shiuvle Is. 3 bLe
on &- .-of

hoteL Lights, Power a1 Twp0
The above schedule will begin on the et Lit.i of t
3rd week in January and be continued Electri i nts i an part of the city
weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert Residence or esme ouses at a veryI
i tant, ith him. Electric power-Day and night current forll
Jacksonville office, 12 E. Bay. over inU~ pUnPOiS .
Florida Trunk Co. tif vhotesale and retail Ice-out of City ord0 bImw
F. A TRITNK MFG. CO. cial attention, and all orders promptly iled.

S. H. ETTER, Proprietor. W4
Trunks. Bags, Sample Cases, Fancy f'loo j
Leather Goods.
12-14 East Bay Street.
Jacksonville. FLa.. Dec. 6. 1 9k,
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 :u do.
I am more than. pIea.~ii
Your paLntXs and arntip:ic methods;
are commendable. I cheerf-i.ly recom-in-i
mend thr m 1u othe,.u: and predic: for '
you :he succvss :a: your care. :reat-. m (
mert. of pa::cn:s an.; excellent work 51
mt-r-. V Serv ..nc .e R.

.. F. WHITE.

Dr. T. A- Ba,1ev. Jac.rcs~viie. F a.
D.- T -.Te wo rk v o.; dd jfor rm.

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weeaand bevkw ir b Ss& at %mg, *A
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Call and See Them.

Don't forget that

we are headquarters for everything in our line.


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




Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons

Live Oak, Florida

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M p". lo Wlli Gmrewry House fore
4 to t o al UWe Oak.
~ hb MMe Fl rida Grocery Company
INW a bes- hIme .- rwis d in this city with
OII* r Ik. I Davis as prudent and man-
M't Wr Tlsu cmyany hu leued the
6 0t m 4m toi's ferwht building,
adIt_ e am receiving goods and
o a Te ismp will do an exclusive
NW 9 *mar* a wte te b eumMs, selling to mer-
e t elwf ty, d will handle staple and
ry g ris. fruits, hay, grain and
S*I .-- -. SmW s of all kinda. They have con-
St M Wm wsh the manufacturers which
m& tI a' me Ut m to meet competition.
*O Mr DaTIs prwident of the company,
MI mmNWd fnmr the Worth Stephens
L0 r M" Com p. with which he has been con-
1 i Ite m es d fr a member of years, in order
St r la~fl the Middle Florida Grocery
) I1 V 1o rp aC tHy He khs the business ability
Im Id 1 epI .erianeie necessary to sue-
IN* l m y -end conduct the business. Act-
OW % l 0 wy.ga -ge. in tne business will be
Te a1n i. P. Waler, secretary and treasurer
SMfd lh esmpany, a well known young
I d# *2 "e tuins m- of this city, who is thor-
Sa S fp Oy famihalr with all the details of
A 6- wr I Vo Twry buinas .
a, T eo sections made by this com-
S m on I ah p~y with manufacturers and packers
-0 M~?, will nsable them to make it to the ad-
w o 9 I6 s vMntage of retail merchants of Live
OIEf "AM Itr Oak and this section of Florida to buy
6 60 8 -- 0 $MWO their groceries, etc,, here. There is
room in Live Oak for a wide-awake,
IWI y cm progressive wholesale grocery, and this
Sc alwr- is what Mr. Davis proposes the Middle
b M me in frv and Florida Grocery Company shall be.

-d busi-

onthem a continue
b gwnmL

A Soap adapted to the city water
--Suwannee Witch Hazel. Try it.
Suwannee Drug Co.

lhOands of ladies suffer agonies every month.
Sdo, stop and think. Is it natural? Emphati-
F and positively-NO! Then make up your
Sto present or cure this needless suffering!



Engineer at Turpentine Manufactur-
ing Plant Badly Injared.
C. E. Connor, engineer at the Oscilla
Turpentine Company's plant at Bran-
ford, was badly burned about the face,
hands and body Monday, and while his
injuries are not dangerous, he has suf-
fered intense pain and will be unable
to work for some time.
Mr. Connor, from what we can learn,

had just stepped in front of the engine
when the blowoff valve was blown from
its position, and the steam with great
force went into and through the fire
box, throwing the fire, ashes and steam
with such force into his face as to
knock him down. As quickly as pos-
sible he crawled back a few feet from
the fire and steam, and was there dis-
covered. He was brought to this city
that afternoon, and is doing as well as
could be expected.
Farmers Union Meeting at New

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
ladies of that neighborhood had pre-
pared and spread on the table for us.
It is enough to say that 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-
mony and those good people will feed
you on Plymouth Rock chickens, etc.
The hour for work having arrived,
the president called the meeting toj
order, and considerable business was;
attended too. Bro. Bozeman, of Geor-
gia, was introduced and gave us a good
talk and told how the farmers of Scrib-
ner county, Ga., were working.
J. W. LGrant, Jr., asked for help
from this order for a lady that was
sick and needy, and a neat sum was
collected for her.
Bro. W. R. Dorman offered a reso-
lution of thanks to the hospitable peo-
ple of New Harmony for courtesies ex-
Stended us.
The npxt FCinntiv Uirnn willn^ ma :;i

Too Much Face
You feel as if you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia, don't
you? Save the face, you may need it;
but get get rid of the neuralgia by ap-
plying Ballard's Snow Liniment Finest
thing in the world for rheumatism,
neuralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame
back and all pains. Sold by Suwannee
Drug Co.
Kodol digests all the food you eat.
If you will take Kodol for a little while
you will no longer have indigestion. It
is pleasant to take, acts promptly. Sold
hy Live oak Drug Co.
Kodol for Dyspepsia, and Indigestion
will digest any and all food at any and
all food at any and all times. Kodol is
guaranteed to give prompt relief. Sold
by Live Oak Drug. Co.

Professional C&

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Live Oak mdAtedMVt S
ed 1 olea i tm

Kir!UeN, Mo. M-
Room No. 1&w




Phone 109.



Cough Syrup

Relieves Colds by working them
out of tne system through a copious
and healthy act:i of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
strengthening the mucous mem-
branes ef the throat, chest, lungs and
bronchial tubes.

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my hands.

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35 year's expIrw,.@.
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i< ^-lia ay ,,-er of other S i u Sb-in

a ,,ta i,.tL and ...eto = at G|meraldlt
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I* tMt L r "ecti ane otwem the two (bo th
mU M & lS hN the repeitim of wbhet ians, was wy a hb

w as a boot andrale inthe f oL Oe Ced abut a year go
abd d oth wad le ( big-k m wams a ovawnbemitwr h gridf nad
--- .- ---' d; S way to --bA- s t PiI THE FIRST

?.:'= : I UA rM fw nr dd to NAbTIONAL Bi
at wto- sorn iein. fhIit Si o his birt. forit the iidre d he eft F LIVE 0
of how Egg I__ i ofhis-. --- -fo imr!a. too deep to be soon for- OF LO
^~y1, hinTrmen eBampks re mog the:a' anm .
Ii,, at.- 4oi pbiwea ,lM hi J to tydaofimr I g0ot
4_imn _lrtmeldl oeeld beoffered to the youth of .
H maaoKM blad tft furnished by the- Gr WtronublBe s berori W p P CCw w i
plm. m p lityOtf this iustrious man. We P ardon it* t a siihr to
wass alt two riet ent opinions of him, oce tbose brought apn the people of nor- Savings AcaunLt. ItEa
ItNor. a foer foe dating with him ida by our own blessed par&u board st to
as a ijr arad the o terfrom.UPp t Rahaee. The Val&aU GL Januy st to 1(hWno
of'D-T.a tUM s interest tri Timntt : 7 I Nra b t
.d m L 1,ila tohe abject. The Tiae.- M-iftyix man-sen e o.t.ofh
-lPr ymo Ui ay: the -pem mtent-ary through theproae of b-tt Xit zo a
Z t "wo "wIw te grea est EFAspe executives Clem ncy during the year!
loft V ei n"a. i fiw ever cried a IMn de tk t ftn &dd mer, ar d ay ar taiud
6t1 aMmy. l We i is. Heioften cn derdl a defen- he recwn at Atlantl The bloomd- M
n IM, d s ialw i rtregit-the man ho nearly s ed criminals lredy in were re.- th
9 4i L b amd ma dh*ry bratt miade te .yelddfou b's a a nas the r me r we
_' i t l* e fiht g. He fqht ouy two o tbmqht in. Is it any wonder that tife '
i E wi). hWi the defesiv. In theothen is chap in GeoYi -
Wow\S? 6 It ski. bedbm He W."lBot uwanr; Wehe & we&WN- to tuy
i 4AW tf .a &bat tbe -oly at Getjaboag a and lye maBB mtiu and go into the
me I toh W.& Antietam was he checked, and in equation ofberedit nd e.nvm t CM A. no tedL ar.
ais I a i and M rs1 throf thi was he defeated. Lee when crnsderi a convict's applic-m
ad &t a )M;F htP.
S2 i .WYL tl grat asa aL but as i we tion for pardon backed up by the vig- W. J. d V
Sa d i Alddch actr without aor foi- -op of atto y d with the. T0DO
WW. J m ift1i; K'. & ble hewas the firt gentleman of his- case of the State mepeseted, can!
;o 1 GEv in the bitter dars of cml coe pretty nar fiairl eyce I
"^______I war the emies of the Sooth conceded enoh for any crime committed to turn sS aU------
-- i the loftian of his character." the c im loose And if thu rule is;_-
W. M b matbtIff of the United States rmy in dis with Florida a cike seed. it is high to extend aid and this pwtice andr's 1
^ hvi LY o>wber p cuaingi4 Lee at the recent meeting of time that society were looking out for necessuriv be coneaed rgat sm pr- wp
I* hisdofkCowie!the American Histrical Awsaiation, some new and better means to protect manent enactment of relif is-mos Tby N" T
S-l fr- ti c at:'id itself against its criminal element than the legislatre. As the isV NO aW It thf '

MO IM Wy cd ~laaa Wirl OsL was the oIL general ofao- or present system. When a criminal the counties alone can make Na p aow
91 V CMe Wiwlett ho ever iv ed, ad heth- is caught and fairdv tried and convicted proPfiatios for this prMorp i ad it a V V
Sttgreaterornot- who sha say Of it is the quality of justice that should up o them to keep the schools go" Md
Wil a Yeaodb, k"p toall grobers noonebut Lee prob- determine his future-not the quality -Tampa Tribune. %NthtI
Ws 3?* vai1d an dably encountered as dangero an ad- of mercy. No matter how much her- WL MA A STW AC
T, N ivetive ad inly as Grant Napoleon ieded at edit and ecvironment may excuse isLL bowI A S Of UC ___L
NoWas a 'b0" Mheme." I to smer odds and his distera crime in an academic discussion of his HoL n. RobErs n.of Lve (k. I
e dob -o he reawt- ad wa complete. but Lee's amy at the case, it is the business of the cotMisa by his bone papr the
- asa heroad of the iildsofs campaign was as and the boards of pardon to protect so.LieOak Democrat as a cau fa
1 a en C anod higb-rited as ever. "ety against him, and that is certainly'p of the hose oatthe m
S!1b!"^ 1 lBn1 yw; o itbn ,r a- and nO otherby a erydin-ad environment prompt him 'ditlat S L F art rf Jaut Gam her b
Satehg. ^ du a Napoleo's to further cnime. yulJe Ion LAT^rru of JaCkm It W
___^^Ma ? 1 _Itr ortabOP ht victory wicih his _--- -r a Jra *.. Al irexanr. *t V. I
m _, county. Mr. RobeBum is^ a e -

'weUl fitted br nature ad trIA s W
ii A j/ide 496 u acceptably Wche the &t 4t th -a W
b hifh ofce to which he pqiea W wmw Tdem -- l
WIULL SO BE GOOD IOAD& inaim' tmt d tLte ii L'm In oLu b
Th m nw. his canidacy wil gi ve tot her .R Tu at "a hw di
The Times does not want to butt in l a. Nod, J- A tMl l
discouragingy, bt as it notices thatRby ilat sultr iS if-
s5.dr counties are contracting to have b
I the prvot -is ft be ifl be"Mr.! i tW fmg PU J IU
g aiood bat for W randW,) per b w_, d i
mile. it feels impelled to say that -whIeaker" ophth h P
such rads are buiL tey y W, bot b, Enterpnse and Recorder. P a ty oI
sach,, roa, re t:t l, they)6d ia e *
good rai< -Tampa Times. D O* BU L OVER ; ^ Artw 66aee t. s Ow n w

LTIVATTNG THE LADIES It has been told the farmer a milio wt Of- ba 1
Hon. Jeemes- Alexander. of F^r- times that be was destrmvmg his bat 'P,12 1 bUW"A1lhe. 4
Sin ge l. paid is oe a visit fnrid in bua the tash o thisfieks Joe ETw 'aSOON
Weir- Mr. Vxainder bieves to Ake ~ plow g easier, but he d s.%l r the Tiaml.t I
. f-. rore a he ae iw fh c~ o a: i isi a he wto thick they; thlr Pi o of gw F 1 0
M..,-- .7r _Wn m, e.- h. He know more ai n science. and beca se rad did adt fopt ym- T ,
vF.m:er..a :.T K r o.ad rpH 't r om n ol, beim the rumba d p ma -1

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mb~ -~* me. n pam. from bater which he had
UK II It will be hadto fod
It 8 Iv mbter JMaW u W ro oeIk aM goW fortUe ever re-
6 64 P e bb WiYn* *M& trievod a mistake of Lee, or where the
10 4 0u fOber~a d lWpM WbM puti4m of a subordminte ever
Ob It 00 dftM N 6b with whib h gave him victory or saved him a de-
6b I6 a ns m nid be ne the! feat
qd mof ON "k inueS his of-!
60 f et GpmHe, N myir
G b Opm6p tGeda e Mftom eca places with the unforta-
Yr after m a well- nate John D. Rocefeller and consent
d,'t j~in to pac us frlbhtfI burden ofa wbiloihs
the rF EcY the board ioian after reading the following har-
d_ 006 W6the. Nrn:1: rowrxg details co ening that bideuAs
"~hI ~' r~ mountain of hlre. carefiiv compied bv
d A1'VummL te iTanp Tibune the Ta!hsWee True Democrat -
O r1b J1*mal c mobile Tne s are prtn tne
OPP a t LCOW- cmpetntf WMn at. s ~than -, JOnL oI. R edt e ;S
spV WM w stay Tal aasee&aZ
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c continuation of the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed qum or
dand prices, to merit the ame. We propose to continue t d tbNf
a r.. determined that it should be second to none in this setio
s naervice and ask that you will kindly consider us when yoaeu
Iat&i ttFOrd for Ferlilizers and will be pleased to supply you when you arery to

fWitfk. One Carload Salt fie and core.
SPad s. 200 Bushels 9 days Seed Oate.
Se Islad Cotton Seed. 100 BMaels Knn 'a' Ideal Fhr (nth bl
An Tmr Pws. All kinds of Implements needed for the fari
alul rm in the Ii of General Merchandise, call on us, and if we do not have it in stock, we
=a Wel 1Jr Happy'and Propons New Year.
Idcr&n Mercantile Company
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a" ~ d hand he
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SMsn l fbtt, who was o badly
b-alts ho-m of a relative at
MP- G(ove t ta days soM bu bee
as a m nd ew "abe he
mr BL. Lord's r emid e From
i ft w eane Ias Mrs. Corbett's drs
a M d hea b 1op irlphee iand
i mA b, tso 1mB wold b extingiiesd
SAs Was Wbdly boread a the body and
bta Iad iamewr ia very eitcal con-
MeI M I Ut. A dy or so after the aeident
S MiM. 'ewas rommd to town ad ha since
.lheM m dlr tretmmt of Drs. Efird ad
sUl f "I hie who havedone all in their power
M a le bforli r. Mr. ad M. Corbett aein-
aI b i 6d fort=O U in being among good
I Mbi wbV eUrby A weho are ndering them all
m- a r dep hInpoodb assmistance.

W be Inru d at theihom of Mrs. WillTed.
r a m .. __ otewb st n
isf tade iw. N4eary ma members were present
b mt 'and there were abo a number of visi-
-jobW-.. It mo Ie of the bet and most
4bdiyabek meetings of the lhib.
Ib a aLtsph I C. W. Bche, who holds a position
a'r the Goveranmet o the Panama
11 .I.... 1 work, is expected here next
-aiS tlAbthi Tuehayonavisittohisfamily.
laIt I IJ M. Ca well, the talented editor
.tA e f o Jamper News was in the city
i I&t wu G. 0. Hingso anouncem s today u a
MW Mw mit for the ofie of city marshal

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The well known Eye Specialist of No.

9 Laura Street, Jakseoville,

will mhe a nM

Live Oak First Thursday in Pebmy
He will remain one day only, and can be seen at
Suwannee Hotel. February 4th
Dr. Armstrong specializes on all Eye trouble and Reex trouble. It is an a d tM aU
per cent. of Nervous and Chronic troubles are caused by ltt eye strain. We all kw t S
of any organ i the body can, through the sympathetic systan, deae the whole bo#. fItl m
Nervoumoess, Headache or any Chroic troubles, see Dr. Armstrong. He has cured a g m
help you. He is a graduate of three of the leading colleges in Opthalmolgy in Aeri, Ife 1a
years an understudy of one of our leading Southern Oculists, and now ha associated w i m- a
leading Oclists in the State.

Remember, One Day Only
P HuhH -------ay Only-

By Kemmerlia Dramatic Club with
Lecal Talent Played Here Sooa.
The Kemmerlin Dramatic Club, corn-
posed entirely of local talent, is pre-
Sparing to produce the best play they
have yet staged in Live Oak. As will
= be remembered, this organization
staged several plays during last season
with great success. Live Oak contains
Fome of the best amateur talent to be
found anywhere, and the best of it has
been selected for the production of this
play. The play itself is a great civil
war drama entitled "From Sumter to
Appomatox." The proceeds of the
play will be donated to the Suwannee
The Dramatic Club has reorganized
under a new name, and is under the
direction of Mr. J. L. Ross, the popu-
lar manager of the "Kmodrome," and
expects to furnish plenty of amusement
in the near future. Mr. Ross has had
several years' experience as a profee-

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Wednesday, February 10th, at 2 P M.

Money-making Opportunity of a Lifetime

highest bidder at ENGLESIDE, the location of
the Tedder Lumber Company's new $40,000.00 mill. This
e suburb will grow in size and value faster than any place in
e State and will double in value before the last payments are
ntade. All lots will be sold without reserve. Positively no by-bid-
v ding. We arb the Original Land Auction People. The Peerless
Twin Auctioneers, HOPPER BROTHERS, are with this company.
Come out and hear them cry the same bid at the same time in the
mine tone of voice.


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Absolutely FREE, whether you are a Buyer or mere Spectator

g Brass Band Concert During the Day:: Free Carriages to Land Sale

TERMS, 1-4 Cash, Balance $10 per month

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M m U IM WIm t a M g tly buLsed. For some reasoa
__ e im wms impossible to establish
I SfI p i.i L*UkI by wire with Tampa
l We U ad the agin wap therefore dispatch-
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HP m J> Pr 1mead their jMMy to Tampa where
They arrived about 1230, just six hours

S"Th damage to the track and equip-
O ao1 As l mat was not of a serious nature, the
S mC IS LI"" at 0 ijWurNy tothe coces being principally
l t tearngeof of the running board as
*N6 **h 'od they dragged salg the sides of the cut,
M ae sesh nd the ties were as u al in accidents
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W : b. ;b.aa this town ester this race every night
0iu .earryig a baby? And they wonder

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wrat the matter is. Chances are the
hii is starving-worms are eating all
of its feed. Most children have worms;
rows -oed't White's Cream Vermi-
tug wWi get rid of the worms and
Wrtqthea the chikl. Price 25c per
bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.

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.
Itching, bleeding, protruding or
blind piles yield to Doan's Ointment.
Chronic cases soon relieved, finally
cured. Druggists all sell it. 12


MR I. Fournier of Lake Charles, La, "I
I lri from headache, backache, side ache,
lw pains, and could hardly wak At
mat a and now I feel good all the time.

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Diastrw Fin at Caaelle
Carrabelle, Jan. 30.-A disastrous
r occurred here late this afternoon,
and before it was fully extiguished
it had destroyed property valued at
10,000. The blase started in the City
Hotel, and the town being without pro.
section it spread rapidly across the
street to the residence of J. N. Maiges
and N. O'Neal and the grocery store
of W. M. Roberts, all of which were
burned. It then spread to the lumber
yards of the Franklin Lumber Co., de-
stroying considerable lumber.
had melancholy, probably caused by an
inactive liver. A bad liver makes oe
cross and irritable, causes mental and
physical depression and may result dis-
astrously. Ballard's Herbine is ac-
knowledged to be the perfect liver reg-
ulator. If you're blue and out of sorts
get a bottle today. A positive cure for
bilious headache, constipation, chills
and fever and all liver complaints. Sold
by Suwannee Drug Co.

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.
Baby Hands
will get into mischief-often it means
a cut or burn or scald. Apply Ballard's
Snow Liniment just as soon as the ac-
cident happens, and the pain will be re-
lieved while the wound will heal quickly
and nicely. A sure cure for sprains,
rheumatism and all pains. Price, 25c,
50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold by S an-
nee Drug Co.

Governor Gilchrist has offered a re-
ward of $100 for the arrest and convic-
tion of the unknown party or parties
who on or about the 30th of November,
1908, murdered Columbus G. McLeod,
on Cayo Pelow Island, Lee county, Fla.
Much mystery surrounds this case.
The body of McLeod, who wasan agent
of the Audubon Society, has never been
found. His hat with two axe chips in
it and with blood and hair on the hat,
hie boat sunk with sand sacks tied to
it, one oar floated ashore, also the sprit
to his sail. were found, but nothing has
since been seen of McLeod or his re-

Worn Out.
That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you hve a backing cogh.
It's foolishness to let it go m and trnt
to lick to get over it, when Ballard'
Horehond Syrup will stop the cough
and heal the lungs. Price 2c, 50c
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Suwannee
Drug Co.
Kodol digests all the food you dat
If you will take Kodol for a little while
you will no longer have indigestion. It
is pleasant to take, acts promptly. Sold
by Live oak Drug Co.
Kodol for Dyspepsia, and Indigestion
will digest any and all food at any and
all food at any and all times. Kodol is
guaranteed to give prompt relief. Sold
by Live Oak Drug Co.

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Lane's Asthma Remedy gives
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ville this week looki& after business

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bwd 05804 First NatiOl Bank, was in Jackson-
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IHadt theofce.
Ik C B. Oliff, a prominent grocery.
I dr Wd M wf the city yesr
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I kr A M-Tuadays Times-Union.
SQr.C. W. Duke, of Tampa, who
IB at tLe oint Baptist Church in
bullyfay Bight, was the guest
S e. W bU A. Wray while in the

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WWende Tudy, and they
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Sd* itlea bud has morework

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garden seed. 4t I WANTED Ten reliable hustling
iia de di, of Yazoo Cit, y men eiit, pplyto L V.
Missir., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Helton, Ocala, Fla., Febry 10th. It
F. R. McCormack and family. The Young Peoples' Sewing Society
Ob sells eat cheap for cah. lof the Methodist church was enter-
Steak per ; pk c pe r Ib. Next tined Tuesday afternoon by Miss Ada
Steak l0c per ,b; port lic per lb. NextMa
door to Hair Hardware Company. tf Mae Roersou.
If you have had trouble getting a The railroad companies have not act-
eto sta; you will find it worth ed fairly ad in good faith with the
whie try a pair of Sez at M.' Live Oak Board oft Trade i regard to
Cullen Bros. balding a new unmiono depot in thi city.
The railroad eompaniem have not lived
WANTED-A bright, wide-awake up to their own agreement, and it is
young man or woman to secure sub- now time for the Board of Trade to
scriptions. Write the The Florida Re- take the matter up again tad see that
view, Jacksonville, Fla. the depot is built without furtherdeay.

Fertilizers-Now is the time to buy.
Vegetable and field fertilizers at J. B.
Evans'. The best results obtained by
using brands I have for sale.
The Tampa Havana Lumber Co., of
which Mr. C. H. Brown is sectary
and tremaurer, has a fine exhibit of
lumber, etc., from their mills and nov-
mlty works at the Florida tate Fair.
The February term of the criminal
court of record will convene Monday.
There is not as yet many cases on the
docket, and it is likely court will not
be in session more than three or four
Read the big auction land sale adver-
tisement in today's Democrat. This
will no doubt be the last opportunity
you will have to buy a dwelling or city
lot in Live Oak at auction and on easy
A private letter to the editor of the
Democrat from Citrus county says:
"The cold did very little if any damage
to the orange trees in this section of
Florida. Some fruit on the trees may
be damaged.
Gus. Potsdamer, Joe Radford and
Geo. Butler were the guests of Perch
Lanier at his home in the country on
Tuesday where they enjoyed a day's
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N. Smith, proprietor of the Live Oak
cigar factory, has greatly increased his
force of cigar makers. The demand
for the Live Oak cigar has steadily in-
creased and it was necessry to put on
additional men in order to keep up with
the orders. Mr. Smith is making a fine
smoker-one that' gives satisfaction-
and the demand will continue to in-
crease as his cigars become known.
W. F. Brannn, one of this county's
best farmers, was in town Saturday.
Mr. Brannen raised plenty of "hogp
and hominy" last yyer, and some of his
porkers were large enough to run into
money pretty fast. He killed several
good sized hogs a few days ago, one of
which weighed when dressed 450 lbs
The hams weighed an even 100 Ibs, and
he is having it cured in cold storage.
John W. Carver, of Welborn, mem-
ber of the board of county commission-
ers, is the head of one of the largest
families in this county. He is the
father of 21 children; has 51 grand-
children and 3 great grand-children.
Mr. Carver is in the prime of life, hale
and hearty, and enjoys life as well as
any man in Florida. His children and
his grand-children are a blessing to him.
F. R. McCormack of Live Oak, pub-
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Suwa4nee Drug Co. t vie, 7.15 p, a.

Dr. asd Mrs. Wray, of Tennessee,
who have been in the city several
weeks the guest of their son, Rev.
John A. Wray, left Wednesday for St.
PEtersburg where they will spend the
remainder of the winter.
M. J. Bryan, a prominent citizen of
Mayo, was in our city Wednesday and
honored this office with a visit. He is
one of the Democrat's valued subscri-
obers and left the cash to renew his
subscription to January 1, 1910.
A. B. Clark, of Mayo, was in the city
Monday for several hours en route
home from Gainesville where he had
been to attend United States court.
While in the city Mr. Clark dropped in
to see us and renew his subscription to
the Democrat. He reports business
improving at Mayo, and thinks the out-
look very bright for a good business
there this spring and summer.

J. W. Dowlimg's Home Destroyed by
Ogden, Feb. 3.-At 11 o'clock Sun-
day morning the residence of J. W.
Dowling, about 5 miles west of Lake
City, was destroyed by fire, together
with all its contents.
Loss about $1,500 with no insurance.

ine sprt shoofig birds. They killed 'mr uV Ume ouwanneeI uemucra, am The Weaa's He.
all the law wo pmit. his pretty little daughter, Sallie, spent Tb L M. Paint ecorates more
%o w 1 er qi Sunday here visiting relatives and i e o es
Stawbere w A- been quietaa tn ro million American homes. Its
betit ri t nt few d *b t friends. Of course Mr. McCormack
pltiful here in the next few days but ade the Chronicle a visit and w.asm beautiful finish and lasting freshness
for the cold wave of last Sunday and dtha Chr ,ie a i d w distinguishes a residence painted with
o with a hearty welcome. He lived here it from all others. It's Metal Zinc Ox
Monday. It wilrnow be from four to in Inverness for many years, and has ide combined with White Lead which
six weeks before we will again enjoy none but friends throughout the entire make it wear and cover like sold.
home grown strawberries county, and everybody is glad to see Everyt w4ga lnd ofthe l. Paint
Do Not continue to suffer your kid- him when he visits here.-Inverness when mixed with 3 gallons of Linseed
ney troubles or any of the results of Chronicle. Oilat 65 centpergallon makes7 gl
indigestion. Panacea water has cured Oil at 66 cents per gallon makes 7 gal
thouestion. Panacead will cure you. Sid Hinely returned from up the Ions ready for use. Actual cost about
FRANK NAPP Man will cure er country Sunday where he had been to $1.20 per galloL. Sold by The Brown-
FRANK KPanaceaPP, Floridanager, buy horses and mules for his stables. Thomasson Drug Co., Live Oak. 1
Panacea, Florida. Sid met up with the cold wave in At- -
A fine deposit of high-grade phos- lanta Saturday, where it was 10 de- New Bitsinum Firmn.
phate has been found on the land of grees above zero, somewhat colder than J. N. Meeks, B. E. Hall and F. D.
John W. Carver of near Welborn. The we are accustomed to in Florida, and Nobles have formed a partnership for
deposit has been examined by experi- this helped materially to hasten his the purpose of establishing a new mer-
enced phosphate miners and prospec- departure for home. A genuine Flcnri- cantile business in the city under the
tors and pronounced as high-grade bone dian like Sid Hinely will not spend name of the New York Racket store.
phosphate. ,much time in a country where the'I They will carry a general line of dry i
Messrs. J. M. Meeks and F. I). No- i weather is allowed to, reister ar the goods, notions, clothing, etc., and will
bles. proprietors of the New York 1zeRo 'lar'k. 'occupy the store room in the bowlingg !
Racket Stare, recently opened at Live he old wave struck ti. action of T block recmnt.y vacately by Wi!s,,n &
Oak, were callers on the Florida Hard- i,orida in dead earnest Sunday when Thumpson. T.ey expect rhir ro
ware Company yesterday, selecting a the themometer registered 24 degrees. n he next few days.
line of hardware four their new estab- Monday morning it was 7. Saturday Thare alnt tl known u this ne
lishment. Tuesday's Times-Union. Sunday and Monday were cold and dis-rm are ai l welo knwn ou business
..u~da .nil o~ 1ee 1od 1nd ,'m imen ot this city. aril the Dtmix.-rat
Monday was legal sales day and it agreeable days with a strung r.orth- a Dm, rat,
,,, strn rh- predicts for them a splendid tra'k".
brought quite a number of people to west wind. Except to gardens and' rade.
the city, and Tuesday there was an- te"' der vegetation the cold did little I'rker-.hnm.
other good crowd here to attend to damage. Young and ternuer orange N
business before the county commis- buds have probably been killed in. this Married on Monay at 5 clock at
sionera apd school board, which were section, older orange and grapefruit the residence of Mrs. Ella Ssjions,
in session that day. There tk always trees were not injured There are not Miss Emma H. Joh n;,on and Mr. Henry
ompethino dninr in I.ive (L Oa-harll i a great many oran p tre e in this... -,n L. Parker. The Rev. R. V.i Atkisson,

Slmiay-eeml am .
Yi~L ~yrrY-CIL IL r
S emnior Leq Mad" jpa ,
MId-weekPrayer Nse& Val*
day TO P. a.
Good fmi-sedks f are a u
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Service for SndAy, Jmaq ft
T190 Morning swv Ime, U
evening service, 7 o'clock
The Mnmka orr vs.wE r
the evening, and the
series wll be by tdew ,a SI
Cavell member of Liv Oak
dery No. 11, the Beeta f ltae
Member uad mrid of ft
are kindly requested to bltLbd i
by the times above -st
J. E. CATzr, utIk '

Rev. J. F. Ford, potr.
Prnc atf # a.1&a. mdI7p. oLa
Sebath cAool at tLreme dLbk itL

PramYer-meeting v ry W

You arecordify invitbd dlOL

Joo. A. Wray, Pautr.
Mornim Seri, 11 o'elk.
Evaninq Smricm 7 'ced .
Sunday School, 9,.4
B. Y. P. U., 3 o'deck.
Mid-week prayer mretia, Wahe.
day evening, 7 o'cdok.


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Shsa stadarddrop and0 I
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Saq a dld's self-faith. It is
a to make him think that he
t m- t to anything, and that
Sm m~ke~ anything of hioaelf.
Tt is my files we hear this
-uiqh uIWi=, ad denouncing of
Sft-bm maoimng until night.
IesMCistIloud, such as, 'How

ore theii ,th iTillmlNam

mit to theki whole m* vn Why ee-
adab old not tive in mi am t- d- M K i F hin imts''-
mnqpr dl wat M t betb th BL timo .i
i ArdivL g effect .pol a w ne, city.

"Children ae very esily iscour-
aged; their per is to' gmat ex- rhyme forwahm Dr. BDay 4h
tt m epdim tpimeJ.r Approba- workd is marufat tthe gtlmn
tio i the Strohg po bw i motive d i3 k Mwittkl weI be bmh dI Ur 5
wUith them Theywi dor athB fortmti He prer m the morSt ifal
a pmt or taher, who beieem s Jd=Wt q tisi witbout p ah d is
thm aad tito bptbem; but d able tom M trth whre other
pl.be m mf Miiin- them sads tm dti s rs diL Dr. Bdlqyrnmow
necmab u~er eontaul maig and mrms add tre tth by Wis wn
metre. Ibir title aHky is euily prialm nc *wicrn1 h weso ul
elsd. &ad at wirhi telpeoplem r
"Ome of the wickedest thip you Dr. Bmilh w lbe i LiO kat the
iM nytoa cld or yoth ar to ed Mcdmw BHr' B lUAHlO12-tHW-
hi a goMd-i. othi, a nobody, or to aid stet, to dmMtm r his paia
tll him that e will nevermount to mtMbd a xcuted at his JekMatl
anythi Thme cutting m*artsm easb (the mwyy strict ly atiepti ofce
Ike nita cut in the green young m p- tihe Soth.) Hit for f r rD t
Nr, which deepens and widens with mad hw t Wme of iba sm mebl"
aP" himtot aoOtthebtd workat pri
F APPOIN N TS beowr that ebag'dWiy dtiltit m =a
NOTICE OF APPOINTM31 rNT. olceas which win t average more
-thmone"etoftoeth per week, while
For the convenience of tax payers Dr. Baiey' force make from five to
we will be at the following precincts: Afts full sta in a day. As much
Wednesday, Feb. 3, Dist. No. 4, Su- p twice prfem the operator, you
wumee. should not fail to take advutoge of
Thaday, Feb. 4, Dist No. 5,Union. this opprtnity on Friday and Satir-
yridgy, Feb. 5, Dist. No. 7. Rocky ,dy of h week, or specially u
SlL. Dr. Bailey (to advertie his Jakwo-
Monday, Feb. 8, Dist. No. 8, Dow- le office) will work at the following
Fe.g Ptk. Nlow prices:
Tpday, Feb. 9. Dist. No. 6. Pun et of teeth, $5.00 up.
Weodeday, Feb. 10, Dist. No. 9, Crowag.,5.00 up.
Clynd. Bridge work, (6.00 up.
Thonday, Feb. 11, Dist. No. 11, Lu- Fillif 0c up.
Mflek. To demonstrate the painless work as
Friday, Feb. 12, Dist. No. 12, Kirk-,done by Dr. T. A. Bailey and his e-
Stperta in his Jacksonville office Dr.
Monday, Feb. 15, Dist. No. 20, Bur- Bailey will be at the following branch
t yto. offices in the Live hak district as fol-
Tumday, Feb. 16, Diet. 19, Branford. lows:
Wednesday, Feb. 17, Dist. No. 17, Live Oak, Friday and Saturday, at
O'Bri iMcCullers Bros.' building; Madison,
Thursday, Feb. 18, Dist. No. 15, Me- Thursday, at Lyons House; Jasper,
Alpin. Monday, over P. D. Sandlin's store;
Friday, Feb. 19, Dist. No. 10, Nebo. White Springs. Tuesday, over J. E.
Monday, Feb. 22. Dist. 14, Welborn. Milton's store; Lake City, Wednesday,
Tuesday, Feb. 23, Dist. No. 16, Le- at Central hoteL

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. McLEOD, Tax Collector.
Mott's Narrlne PIIbs
The great iron and tonic restora-
tive for men and women, produce
strength and vitality, builds up the
system and renews the normal vigor.
For sale by druggists or by mail, $1.
per box, six boxes for $5.00. Wil-
liams Mf'g. Co., Props., Cleveland.,
Ohio. Suwannee Drug Co.

The King of Butter Makers


The Only Perfect

aMehd of producing

Grmulated Butter

kmm Sweet Milk or

Cm. and will make

lter and More

fromm Sour Milk

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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 E. Bay,
Florida Trunk Co.



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. Very sincerely,

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 double 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-
portunlty. Respectfully,
Mayor So. Jacksonville, Fla.


Can sell you a GoodM

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Live Oak Maannfturing (
MANTACr mmor

Lumber, ShinC, Is, I U iS.
Lights, Power aum Twr w
Electric Lihtsin any prt of tU Cty heuy
Residence or Busine Ho at a wry r u I
Electric power-Day and night cummt fcr -

qnWoe"ale and retail Ice-out of City o NM
cial attention, and all orden promptly hM .
Wcwin pvyou goodprias on ba n l o*9
irg, M4 and 0t our pta

A mumelIwylow pcit )or a remaaekM Ge tAM
Made of quavered onk.).;h y; 1,w" a bourOmll '..
odor. Rmboo~rn~o!,b~cers, -t. E-L&;lmome Io at.,q *o m
ad TrM Strot: I .k t:'. at Vve *rt 4' got.
bato saccoavt C r r OrA:.t ': Intutfiwrin fas4w ,s
gllit to Foil fir V '. w. 1 ii:. a.cws wa t 1q eu a
abyinx i:. -t o 0 Zato. f tci t w m. softes W
ra. We nau Ike aiii JI i..o n"git b the Smomi I"
pmit lowe-4 wlhlekae prkes, witch w me a .% #
to You of at least a tV1 JoI r d y otr t tOw'I. I t-
what the's amO:w1HtSto li fuvniavia r I o, I e Ia i me
aford uot to se ml f(,r oif. t -'la, i l I'a ", o w.wV
awdtakr :CI :la11t a C Qf I1e I U;: 9L *
room, kitcbcel. ;'orw i'. ld.C & t. f c,- I r 1 0 4%*#
to the teqt, Prr illowt. i n th. Is-go UNW10d sea
maapeed aI Chrimaems p we4 FI lw
guarantrotieactly al r,: #rmwLt1', or yOu. P wD owI
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products of the slaughtering of kFw awi! ..
the large packing houses in the We' I ,
then you return to the land the ..w*r I, '.-*,
ity which have been removed frn tr'M ,
animals and digested by them arnd mli. rus rtr
thoroughly available for the uw ff .,ou 4-
There is no other fnrm of ftrtili,,r h al *.

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at me and smoked by thousands of

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o movinced of their superiority over all other 5c smokers.

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f l U speo the hadi is that the soil is very
S ftile, ad that the coloniation of the,
*1 0 ll rt la wr aot be a diaffilt undertaking.
lAlA "Is the party here today are ex-Gov-
SI mrsM Broward and Jenning, Messrs.
it M D. W. Taylor, John A. William, R. J.
MwtU, M. A. Brown, W. A. Caffman,

B' ^w Heag, sad William O'Brien."
SS S SS I. S.w Nto rv ie2rrte Barnio.
I T Atiata Journal of last Friday
.so o a he te bMbw of spell intrest to
S. &... C omalkiate vterwas:

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"At a emferme beld here Wednes-
V etm CaG. Wlliam E Mickle,
d New Orim, adjutant g raenl of
the UAIed Cofdsrate veteran,
ad Ga Cmet A. Eva, com-
miwib teMa it wu decided that
Mto mad timad rao of the U. C.
V..' dsH b he id e June 8, 99 ad 10.
hi. T ., had a lwrdy been se


Notice of Iteatil to Apply for Li.
ten Pateat.

Undew d b Wh virtur thelat~ oft ate8
of loid,. ti L r 2k *y th at tb muir-
MMav ha seted Ad o. Umiate thd.
*Mtotewf ntrMpwrpm e*f remom i
ewrpuratbd.bod br p ad wIa en the MIh
day otF n hA.oD.l1. apithe Ear-
q & D. I NIMIapN
o Flords. for lttes pant iMarporte "r
& CompwaM" rtder the fbmmeMia pr d sdwi
ter. the ariglslo which s mow fia in the
Aese a thw yrmt~ a th atatoer lf Iorrt
Namu ad pwim of buins.
Seetios L The Me o the a..i..a sv. ha
Sbe'"Q &Aaacow."
Section 2. .ThprulpsId maM of bl-Iof
the ,orm -tmsdn-a HobeIsnt e mof BmAndu
in SwUanu emt. Iirk, bt ti serpntia
hav hre the right to atmbl rch ado&e far
the myprse tra mdgtle w bm.i.for wU
it is lnacorated at uay othr point or ponts
withn the t at e Florida.

Notice of AppUltie for Charter.
Nodte is h awebgiv tht th plU-ml Al a-
tad Wo ly t t n Gowrnr d tl 8
Floid, St hliamuM. Flrids the thlkv

Witms *or heads siad ma tlab 14 dq Jma-
We. the undersig herr l ade t i pr
ped charter f n Intaeded Cporati

The mnr o th Cen atlss a b tht Nwrth
FerMs LaM4 r Cnapu. ad its l ptiial pme
of beels- dhall be in Lva Oak, Suwam- me
ty. oriea.


d t heM o tbh rinion Geral tmu f u bhsa to be truetod.
Section 1. ThemW.lml tmorf e blM te -
NM IBU g theme dates, General tobtmetorka therpmkatm blle that
- d Ga--l Mickle diCussed fbuyg and li all kinds ofdry colds, bot
sba do hoht hannw. hrlt er had-
am m-- e of test and impor- warm.pal.at vsIdfertiler. ad a kinLds
.offarmnpadue and far suppliMs, and to m-
I r ederte veterans. It p isn md Jelg and easLd oc a sa-
g- .-- el MirIf's OPnio tfht At- l w osale and ntad meroaltil businm,
and to W sad el &aB kMaderf artic and thi
A o t rgt iogal meeting point neemaryfor a whebema ad retail mernutie
usism and to haw Bll pawn ec-mry and
f em I ~sW after that at Memphis. L iidmtto amenm we smo aad r.
ht l k t he h bar rd and obrved antileboinm; todeal n stock. boad. sbt*
Smrtpss, and other eMeceM a imdebtedaa.
a Wftn theeth the different Seetiool Thec. wo.ratuo halando
Irr_ .bn .. At .. Joy aU Powr. rAtkts and priufire .f the oor-
She tt Atlanta wil be porstin o thil under dthe las of the State
s de *Mi -- ,-ui*m should she of FlnOd to Ie and be id isa its Pm
eapadety; to tract ad be e cte d th; to
* 1 to elad a ivitation. It is isue certificates tocksand bonds for the sor-
poration; to d l in judenants and deone; to do
IM I6 Wd ad "tte Camps all the tMYs noti neosistent with its charter
--adt -d w- mt iaeosistent witt th corporate laws of
= -_- _rate a move- the aid State of Florid
M l l a d i hbo(Cing the next AnCL. Sb

)Cr I "'ho ad 10 we re ehomn by
am h b 3 s ad Genral Mickle, in
___ ----d I dh og -erMm mibt be in
SWI n d o m-- oon w t w bs #a elebmrtion of
*iON M_ kiM' in h LtIy. TIhe 1t,

tCapitr moet.
Section 1. The amount of capital stock author-
Ised by the eorporation shll be 10S000.. divided
into 100 share ofthe r vat at 10 i0n0 ach:
60 opr cat.o the mid pitaldtock sullbe pld
foramn cah. aroofatml qohrat to eash, be-
fore the cnpo"ation heh tUm e a t an huo a
and the balance of the id u capital stoek be
in at such tim and ina eh amaner the
mlw, of di 4ma r4ma- i f

Tbhe tmma l atn d tl Ibd- s tobk t
wadeIVr 1 wrporati. sall b tthe bI
.Itntsd a -tari -rall ktada os d&
d repk lamb, the byigw. B ar I a
ractur ofcreslfte.aaddakial s d bed
ohe byi. b.m aad M naetmaril I
Ids d blidt wMd Af kin s uW-- tl
Arh. Buidias homBfor ethMr by ao
or OmRa. bvyb wd wo1 nd be
boa for nat e for e.
The capital *sek of mid ecrpatioa im
.lf tlamWdd dolln.d ieo fifty siu
the pr value of a M nadwd dse ad
pwer t. t wich i tobe pid fea eac 1
mid arperatm s I a rised to wma
-. thebelherJef saldepital s to bi
i lwfal moy at the UritOd State r a
arty.lber or orwvs atai Jut valesti t
to beto ed by the boad of direto at a mn
aled ftr that parpo.

Seid corporation shall exist for fifty year.
The busie of id eorpoatio shll be con-
ductd by Prmdunt and Trasurer. ViaePre -
d6m. Sacnt. md to shUll be eleted the fnt
Tumdi of Janur dofach mr. d until sc
eletsm ad Qma ftion of said omaer the bus-
Sd f h corpatims bia be condustd by the
GEO. PORTER. JR.. as Pr. mad Trea
C. D. BLACKWEIL. u Vio-Prs. ndSec.

The hihest amount of indebtdness or liability
to which the corporation at ay tim subject
itself. hall not exceed thesum of fifty thousand
The names and reidenees of the subacriber and
the ma t of stock sberibed for by h ch: Geo.
E Porter. Jr. twenty-ve shares, C. D. Black-
welL twre-four shar, and J. G. Gosr.. ene
am, .ll a Lin Oak. Swamaboeaty lorids.
la witem thereof v hen nto et our hea
amd semh this the 14th day o JankTrA.. ID iU.


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N~iesXaieta Isis.
Notice in as hbOmis
ae a iarebrcrm ru =3
the mk& aH. mm
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et &L. is7' 1. 1 1 y mid
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M ad IM e haW eem previously 5as se So state of FIorid Iar. me the sm a
CL hit wer given up for the b upon the ymea t aof p cet of th Sawanase Coanty. < Before me a Notary iam tehe ugrbiamalS I
Sw given Up or the my rid r kh rprmanted Pobict, rIalb.em. Ge o. Portr. .,lC. D. door, Liv rak.I
Sbythehars hld br chstoekhodsop payin Bakwel. J. G. Goa a,. to me well known arkt off lw aa- l d
The form o the said certm ates shall be pre- the faveing heibam and nl that cah the Im b ing d
S.- 1 ethw ad Weda day by the sribed by the Bv-ws of the arporation. they executed and auribslm d the atm e fr ti th d e a the ewaty e M bm Iit
> ~ d -, *r w~aa uand prpom therein t forth, to-wtt:
MM ef ad adjutant gen- ANT CL W sit I hand a o eai oef oe thes t 16t s Iouthe at rtr the -se
att are nw T,000 Confed- The terms for which a corporation shallexist day of January. A. D. 1909. ter of *ectim W. awa w e
Section 1. The oration shall exist and con.-. KH. PICHARD. raew thirty (e t
w as w rm- vying in the United tinue for period of ninety-nie years. unless Notary Pubic for the State of Florida at large. J.. P. LAM -M .
so ofte. Tw a dridd into 1,500 oo dissolved according to law. My oemmiUion expires Deber 11. 1911. J. L. Lee and U rnpeps & 0S v
SW. ?km ar divided into 1,500 __ ~rdi,~ tSolctr fr C
M"o t mp, inclding camps at Offcer 5.ytoAo plf...
S bt m cding cBs at Officers by which the business is to be trans- Noti of lnt tion t Apply for Let-
al sow ofd ~.*" New York and northwestern acted. terx Patent. i .Noit o Attae, f.
id6- 4,b tAs t a well of thrOighOut the south. Section 1. The business of the corporation The undersigned lsubsribers to the capital In Court of County Jdme. Sotoe It.L
shall be conducted by and under the control and stock of the herein afterwards named corpora- wannae county. J.. Hi BumL e. -ph L ASo
*-- 0 l b tf tOl entire 60,000, one-fourth will management of a board of directors, a president, tion. hereby give notice that they will apply to H. Sanders defdaiLt
I .[ L p d probably attend the reunion. The total vice-president, secretary and treasurer, and a Hon. A. W. Gilchrist. Governor of the State of To Julius H. Sandea. deleadent.
S agt reunion. general manager. Provided. that the office of Florida on the 8th day of February. A. D. 1909. inCharleston. SStel South Carek b Mato
mb er- MMo of visitors will swell the at- general manager and secretary may be filled by for the issuance of Letters Patent incorporating other parties interested
r6 N Wt r 1one and the same person; and provided, that the them as a corporation to do business under the You are hereby wdfed that a Writ f A0t0.
mm d -- -tk h t m'n to 100.000. General Mickler office of president and treasurer may be filled by corporate name of Middle Fiorida Grocery Com- ment has been issued against rye. and mw
Sw frnn New Orleans 1Wiall t and the same person. pany, with a charter as herein afterwards set erty attached to atify todemnfla fthe-p
a a tw O ans specially o section 2. All of the said directors and officers forth, a copy of which has this day been filed in tiff in above case. amoautin to i ht-e 4d
ha t M ,. holders of the corporation at the annual meeting Flrida. Now. unless you shadl apar befae t we l r
1 l m i water, maird only a few hours, returning of tne stockholders, to be held in the town of G. H. DAVIS, Judge in and for said ouaty at his n a ld
1 w a. .of homn W wednesday afternoon." Branford in Suwannee county. Florida. at tho F. R. McCORMACK. Oak, Florida on the It day of Mark. A. It 1
S. mstad of place of business of the corporation, on the first W. P. WALKER. judgment will be applied far aga t y tp d
Monday in July. 190. and on the same day annu- AR i
W i WpreMwr4 For an\ pain. from top 10 to(. ally thereafter, each stockholder having as many ARi I.k FIRST. fault and yor property M frwdbt
i l Irrn ,i a als. II, apply Dr. Thomas' vote as he has shares oaid for in the corporation. lThe name of this corporation shall be Middle Dated this 25th day of Jaamry A. I I2
S aand until the said next annual meeting and until Florida Grocery Company, with its principal: J.. HBR. BRAWZUMl rt
B e egntl l t;rir ) il Pain can't stay where their successors are elected and qualified. the place ofbusiness at LiveOak, Suwannee county. ..
Sdirectors shall be: A. H. Key. Branford. Florida. Florida, and such other places of business within ANiI ATT Tw
was toII 1 W to Wm- i t. 1i .used 1 I John R. I angston. Branford. Florida, and W. H. the United States as may be determined upon by ADMINISTRATOR' NOil
__ Stephens. Branford. Florida. and until the next the Board of Directors of this corporation. Distributees. legatee. heirs a em~ t a
annual election and until their successors are ARTICIL SECOND. allotherperonswboha belatrti.- L amsoe
Selected and qualified. A. H. Kev, of Branford. nrutified that I. as admauistraor d the a
lted and qualified. A. H Ke. of Branord. The general nature of the lniness or businesses N. V. Roberts. late ed wa .
Florida. shall be president and treasurer; John R. to be transacted shall be exclusively a wholsa will on te2d d' f *
Lanton, of Branford, lorida. shall be general to be transacted sha be excusivey a whoesae will on the 2nd da o a A.
manager and secretary, and W. H. Stephens, of business, dealing principally in groceries, to- between the hours of 9 and 12 o'eek a i a
g gg: Branford, Florida, shall be vice-president. The ,-ether with such other line of merchandise as the the court house aid co mtr. po ev cm-
duties of the aid officers and directors shall be Board of Directors may from time to time decide counts and vouchers to the County Jupe 4d ed
= prescribed by the By-laws of the corporation. upon not inconsistent with the laws of Florida. county and apply for annual rtlshma.t
the conduct of the business to be to buy, sell and J g 1s, IM
ARTICLE 6. dispose of groceries, general merchandise, stocks jan-I Admmstsumsm
1 Limit of Indebtednes.. and bonds, and such other lines of merchandise
J g Section 1.ial The highest amount tof the irdebt- a aforesaid, exclusively by whoesale; to alsao'
S1liabie gtowtica to buy. own. sell and dispose of rear estate and such ADMINISTRATOR1 NOTIMC .
enessor liability to which the al rporatin May otner business as is consistent with this charter i
at any time subject itself, shall not exceed twice Neties to erediton, m lea dsW tathpra ow
the amount of the capital stock of the corporation. and aws goveall othUer persons holding io o tm e d
O A&cL 7. Ainct Tmal against the taofta JbWet Cla r. al k i
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W roms 4r The bMA d Union hnwm -;
fetedm Ist colat weft osrred fy the Ale
bt leIIc lon cw then e t time for anther meting.pe

movK!ieP itacif oe exper e-a -
sm, wees, o d --tW Dit but it h is through e===-

ob flmldtpht J t amtte h eut mJat Wi hurot 0M
et.a. ish..J.g betweenR bItbntecwWI
no in were thrown ay IJUWo
1bt 0t0 Irmv Uniot has tw ehe ns composed of the ir
AN =Mold bear and twW on the Int half of a decade, T
SI it maybem ofawl e for ua to eoreo N=u Vockand
Or.W hei itsbrief bistory, to in the en thata w Vt srinda
wIbm UpforJeeamrPnt. MY others at with greater i Wfid
otulm o the moBi on the dmne un three ft es aeo ea.-
Ssts move adopter a mm or less epeting hd
iB n m nisatr Jprsaemt nmd n tl. homie iof Mr is experim. enthe leat a healthy app
H~ ^W sciet o e aJtoyoa l meirse woven in-*s
Si k .Sorid *i &iw t, bwt it is through ebe- Ilen Ia -

y In D. W. n to. qu It W It th all of Mrs. Brown Aoids thr eeW-O
r5^ M at ftkt k r iw that the Woma of the different Puriofes the Uood
b"dse reat wb y Mthrs met fgathsr a t ttrcks and w

VO*0 a_--s-- y ufoouo ferir were relieved as far as humanbo
Ss a nd forhr n an which i rl The waiial sint o Cure kn d

I" t toa ercNDulsi, ostranded in our midst wa a piy pron"
I t i foirtst ded fordsent iatm c and bowe trouble.
&I W tw b=tWlWl word& Lire O&. ThI meeting was followed
SbIVhfr t fr thfeoun midot frby om the rt intervi, held in the costs no oO, pind
i~i> *CI*rm hi of b- r bomee of the women of diffemt, as fever, heaves, lamp
t A Le ant tA work h o a- ehurche until thr tyean theo amost po- ch 25
006 b fo Wrd of God. atitationwam adopted m a meeting held
tm d go t ater pre lt Md of the home of m. Dexster. The M Creates a healthy app
4 tI isd m tmir p rsye s to uionany Uiont by thame o niond No the system removes old
dkum( mt i the wforL the ad g pivded to little ones the kIaOrlgr- It is admittedly true
dn o te Holy wn ofte n to p throm whote friendly relato take it, and tbehough ne
SL~kd ow-wak. tween the churches by getting ac-
I -- i D. W. thaty, u attend witherwis er. Nedyon was adi-
WlllftM rprt womad by Mm Widanb id famfmilie the ictand auf. DetWr ad.
.|t4 rd iafn bythemles on impog were relieved establishing far as ee often des htroyed anby m
IMlWmbl Iw OW moo by Mr. ran re The wayfaringst toilet bt i the very bet way-
M-M^ tf t tabrculoid, or Itnded in0m midst WON Amply pmi-
Srm is lle room n the buldng for the benefit ofhis way rejoicing.of the medicine, so ob
t baosM wmnl ore t nio. But from ofthe faint the own was nothose no moreper p
I t avlttiMe t when work ited i to cllhed county work. The hanthe most poplar shopping.
if ta--rod, I e saee# in all results of the hme torts in premnec atd ic onains
h Ir ths sne purpose rof tion widening field. ThW kindergarten e
'jjw-~rad d peope o( oar state school appealed strongly to the moth- teriaL In fact, it Contains m
S eag erly Library Associatialon aid wasr e before tofor Blood Purifer,
MWlpptrhl tapr ed and pou enourage and sustain this work; sehovery
dW=fi Wd gteop* this mt ahdays, tuition bought by the union
SI -- at the wrld The rt ogien to little ones the kindebrary room b It is admiedlye- true
a^ W tmi aad other towni ten age, often to those who oud ot to take t, and though ned
-; -a-'- ad Mis th. t t. Attend others w ho have union was an
- Wiam themselves on important factorwn k in establishing a pp fre ise ftendestroyed by madi
SM by advantage o all pub ic library iwhen Live Oaknow i the pr- It is abeso true that wh
gavlet as ad by hearing the chase of a building and securing a fire,
J slft 4Wtgo exhibit that is yea lease of thegrounds by pledging' theOfore Our system o M giv'
i d by everyoon by and dr. to furnish and support at leisure, as frond toilet bu it is the ery best ay-
f rlb ,1ilMw in Ja&ksnville in mom in the building for the benefitof taste of the medicine SO obf

l ittear, sbmittee d The result. It is but scant justice training of thee effort in eCiviec-

I Ca- h to help pt it t in tis blding, which isopene of the work by women is no longer an experi-
avom taue n b tul meretingary: members expI The rest-rooms being th, "We are neverIent. It has succeeded wherever it

kkiytosr aen bythe secretary: members expressed it. "We are never ment kt h&8 succeeded wherever it,

uqldtit, Mrs. J. J. Jones; Vice. doing all we can do." has been persevered in. I hope the
Prm., M C. S. Brown; Sec. and Today newly officered and with the women of the churches will give their
'l Kr, Mn. C. T. McDaniel; the offi- light of the past to guide us, may we attention to this branch of work this
m tof tmU a ad the presidentsof each not ask ourselves: What would be the year. If you will read the 2nd chapter
ridy of the different churches mak- result if every woman present should of Genesis you will see that God's first
Sthie Executive Bara. do all that she could do for the better- plan for us was that we should live in
epts from Baptist. Methodist, Ad- ment of her neighbors this year? I a garden, with beautiful trees, fruits
wNt ad Presbyterian churches were have read to you today what women and plants of every kind. My sisters
ad. These reports showed that the had to do for the comfort of their fam- let us strive to go back to the garden.
wese of Live Oak missionary socie- ilies since history was written until
ta a not idle but are striving to within a comparetiveiy short time. ANN()UN('l M ENTs.
array out the command, "Go ye into all What is intended by the removal of all An announcement fee of $2.,1 will
tl world 'and preach the Gospel to this laborious work from the home? be charged by the Democrat for pub-
S w rlishing the announcement of candidates
ewy crawr." not forgetting to look Can it mean anything else but that for the various city offices. The $2.50
'o thoee who need help at home; there are other duties and other de- must be paid in advance.
6r7* to interest the indifferent in the mands upon her time and thought? II hereb announce myself a candidate
k for the Master, which, after all, have also read a part of the faith chap- i ere e ef i cleir,
its tw thim g worth while, and is the ter and I hope every.-ne present will t e e i
@* wwk for which we receive lasting read the whole of eleventh chapter of "treasurer and tax-assess&r. Thanking'
"se w Hebrews, that t.hc mayb fully irr* the citizens of Live Oak fur their loyal
Ssupp,rt in the past, I promise, if elec-
The ww pridnt was asked to take pressed with the nect-,ity .f faith in a faithful discharge of all duties
SdrA which she did, after making every undertaking. e r:ain tthe office.
a w epriprrte remarks in behalf of Paul said work anid faith together pt the ofce.
4 l0if president, whom we all was what accomplished things. .. .
Swbo b served us so faith- I especially call your attention to the I The Democrat i. authorized to an- 4
.a __r a__ ^& ... .... L- nilhli, lihrarv and alsk vnur )atrmonlro nounce H. P. Moselv a- a s eandiratp fnr


r *,*y r:~

west Dair Sallt, SudpIbe ,s
IS sf

ibf aulmals for which It it

Doal gd amwuIN.
DoA' I=td i~l

Dodtt Ir aft p bw oft

Do't haveto be oq4
dosed at t Iuiu r (do
dark) as do cbhw
beft iacen dIWd nue
th SI ewhat deed 10
&hy mod L1

I Cheaper than Stock PowWt

ickage than stock powders, yet w k pm-
package of stock powder we havr bal
xo rice bran, cotaon-medl hulk or di, amMl
ibsolutey nothing but Dairy Sk ia h Ino
Operas for Worms and Bowek, Sdhp fr din
one of the best known Tonics
that when stock moaI need -e-ka t.h. m b i a
ing nourishment, have but ittk d Im f ia. l s
inc being placed in the ad
e stock feel badly they crave uk amrw a4
ng stock m dicUne i n uk is n oal 0 m AsMhW o
-the common sense wVay- of roar V 4
ectionabk in other plans



1. BROWN. general ManaMr

I herebA -nowne s a a U d fr,
the office of city marshal for the 'ity t i
of Live Oak, and solicit the uAppW t 0
all Demecrats. If nominated aier --m
ed I promise to faithfully and emm r Pt
discharge the duties of the office to U i
best of my ability.
''G. 0. H|NGAO.% T-
I hereby announce my lf a cm&- 3?n
date for the office of City Tax (oltlrwW S-
for the city of Live Oak and solidt th
support of all voters in the cominm p" -
mary election, and if elected I *lgl w AM
the business of the office m, full.i at



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t dwith a-ll me thod to DID JENNINGS RESIGN?
bm u9 s join in an As Cosel for lternal Improvemat
o to l ta and head- Board-the QestIm Seea Mixed. "
I r, Wr 1* on Tallahassee, la., Jan. 2.-Letters W
m"d d m y vMhid i terlts from former Governor Jenings to See- m
4 '- m with the rctry w. MeIntoah .f the Intmernl f
SI ---- Improvement Trustees stating that tha N
OIL* ir fl, fa Kcoh r of the trustees shooldshow that
& (Wp- vurd s Ms duy, fo eng reuiped a censel for themaoIDw Ag
Sof ic mu wetw ldhave 16., ~90, caused great iatn t o it
St, f the prime ad trutee' meeting today. I Mrdtiom a
w.. aI r phl to ptthbmn w introduced ad mnded to read
Sf 0% I e Vd"Md M fonedto that Ex-Gov. Jennings' term as con- i
SSiP @ rf anadv ertising sel expired Dec. 31. a
l f t =M a apsme system that In his letter Ex-Gov. Jennings stated q
SI tm m H ihsuraina. that all the buaiaea he had tranested
SIf 1&%Wrakinb having tofor the board after Dec 16, waott of a
i iftai emtrctors would be courtesy. The smlutio res that hbis
Sl wmI wnM eompred to salary a eounel ws paid until the nd
M o d 4b o llo a rrsonsibleindivid- of the year. Attorney General Park
S --e dH. TrumntmeB at the meeting g on Fiday, b,
"-M 1& Qria proeteded to so lease offered a resolution, taking the poaitio h
s 1T h tou 1 all e pae except that a the argSt part of the suito
I NOlf t heIs-Mg andbrd, n dee and made a gdtthemt d b ee ttrl
r th a. the ~uste sromd ot employ cerl h
i M rs Oh. lt wrsoberBpoim Stoowr e counsel for the coming yar, kbrlt d
M 1 *0 P teso wM oa from the colored, which placethe remaining suits in the hsad
6 1 b h be ehist o pOb for the next les of the Attorney GeoerL This wa Sh
-t M-Wl*a Tmlt; lr? W I4M done at the meeting today.
S. I fF. Vl gratesm t evil in general M r n. Crom ad MeLias stated that
10-10 Is GM alowin Ult to W to u the ex-governor id tl d then priate- q
# dab t elmsmwrctra which i in the nature ly of his intention to resign and disap
L MM 41 4 0#6 01 bm 9. s in the aext notice ad Gichrirt and i Attorney 0Genl 'Tra
a atsL emt, tbut r th soedal permit allow mell stated that the financial interests
"ai dP*lo to Ngot et priot rswan to be worked in of t sta should be comiderd and
& ia:rlea in which he or they are di- then Mr. McLiintrodceed the reolu-
MI OWN- -ysto -rt rstrted. I tion accepting Ex-Gov. Jenning' resig-
L *1 ad ~~1~ % reswdautia then sets out the form t as b. b r rmv.
e mo mfeH s t pulh a p~~eophod hin Pensaco Gilheristopposed the working f Se
S I lrs i ri w eTaahassee Jacksonvflle and Tampa resolution and it was amended as stated.
i o bids for the leading of state prison- It was stated that Ex-Gov. Jennings'
I -- -- t &-1- 1e tfor four years beginning January remuneration for his srice to the
AV rm m Tut the 1, 1910. trustees was $15,000 in 1907 and $17,000
bobs..#a... .. .. in 1908
d- Negro Brakeman Killed.
at It Li ntted
1 A negro brakeman on the Coast Line ILIST OF JURORS
Sy afternoon. dHe dy was attempting Drawn for February Term of Criminal
il edint etoswich ard ere'dS.t
amn~lM ig tto mtks a coupling when he slpped
w" a fel aNaim IN A po0uiti0 that one leg The following named persons have
m f b. I cr usped by the wheel passing ove been drawn to serve as jurors for the
'it. frm the effects of which he died in term of criminal court which convenes
ai el a fw houn next week:
B- aI .ug Lqro had made Live Oak hi; LB. B Mickler, W. P. Lipsey, R. D.
SA bAI hm for several year and was known cater, P. F. Mcintosh, R. S. Wil-
lo IhI 'lal"' rl.e" aliams, M. A. Cheshire, J. W. Smith,
-- "cIaA ) .. L Henry Johns, L. W. Law, J. H.
i_ Pwarhi3a. !Robertson, J. W. Holton and W. S.

a the Southern Business College oa Hodge.
S -sb l IreC ay evedng, February 7th, at I
pi% e'ciaek, by T. A. Cox, one of the CONI) ADVENT CHRISTIAN
I00ft -s he to ev wer lists of the Christia CHURCH.
--0 as-ly t arf Thr is a heater in the hall, Regular preaching services 11 a. m.
S14 t ifl be made comfortable. Sub- and 7 p. m.
lto o tno et ) f gd rea e: "Our Saviour'sPray- Sunday school at 10.:0 a. m.
I tf or the Uey kof His Disciples." Loyal workers at 300 p. m.
o m C*m a-d be with as and we will try Prayer services Tuesday 7.00 p. m.
l to lWa d 4 to piu good. T. A. COX. JAMES LEE, Pastor.

The easrblg Party.
On Thursday evwaig stfiwi"
ry deihtful social ,i=. i t
e at the home of T.A. R i
est Dorl street. It ur we a
semring party mir ll nuI
m otr qh. A vut sc(ye I
ALBm Lwhicha nuonahel*
Satelt acquitted heminr ineda e
Miss Esther Bde, of Ld kGCity,
visiting the hmiy atf C. E. HIile
ad Mis Ada May Robersn dse e
pecie meton as soloists.
The meamsing part came ia at
mti a foot ad a pay eash ind over
o the iUdldMrak attending. There
hm u wred u profit in ett*g th
esure of tbegu st eh rad to
e measure ad pay according to
eight, but a six-foot man paid lea
Io a4ve ootteinc h mn, yet all
ot umrry as could be desired and
vIriB me mredoY the candy tabe
weteiutl taste of the guests for
be deious refrhmets served in
be dininroo m Thu the lades ra-
md fifty doUars and gave a delightful
ening to a ae number of Igutos.
w*kb eatetanmnts should eoe re-




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stocked on thishllh
I l grade Lantern and in
order to reduce our stock, we will rl
them at the remarkably low price of


This is the regular 75c Lantern

over to
and get

Lanterns are known the world
be the very best made. Call
one before they are all gone.

The Hair Hardware Co.


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A highly sucoifu combination, spring tooth, side and V Harrow or Cultivator. On accountof its many adjustment, adiptk. g.
to aJat any kpd ofd cultivation, this Tmp nt has eco vry popular for an stages of cultivai By e manipulation di te bncf
I can be qukly cmvUtd into various different Imi en'Vp wts; viz:g Strait Cultivator. A"Ashaped Cuivatot, "V"-shapd CuAh
Rlk Hmd Side Hmr Left Hand Side Harw, Sic Tooth Harrow for straddling rows. Fenders can be furnished when wated, oM.
g extra. Whn Cultivator is ordrd with fenders tooth removed to attach fnders wi also be sent


Hair Hardware Company

H. H. BROWN, Ianager





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FLORIDA BAPTIST CONVENTION. Assurance Association was presented Rev. F. C. Edwards of Starkead Rev.
and it was shown that the institution C. M. Brittain of Lake City as editorsI
syupb al Proeeedibs at DeFuiak was in a growing condition. There had of the Florida Baptist Witness for a
Sriags Last Week. been three deaths since the last con-;term of three years, Plans for the;
De iak.Spings,. Jan .-With... vention and over $600 had been paid to publication of the paper have not been!
IMw e Is_ l atende f cities matured but it is believed that it will
isnda i sptit c wtion ste es s After the report on aged minister., be published from Jacksonville.
* Bpo m vento too. i p iA Rev. H. C. Peelman of Jacksonville The state board of mission held sea-
Si yi lteres was a re p made a touching appeal in behalf of sions during the week and lid out the
oa Ba ws a por thoe old pim-ers who had spert their work for the year. They transacted
SI' al apis rf v es in the service tfhe cause in the' large amount of routine business andi
read by Phi. F. D. Moodie of 'I lis te veoh c e t
SMda a a -r- ont h o early years, at great sacrifice and with made appropriations amounting to some
Ss t of Rev. B. K.ath o; great hardship, andurgedthe churches $10,000 for mission work in the state.
f B. e th s- to mak liberal contributions for their An advance step was made when a
P d it of fl tore or ort .p, u-port through the year. Several of Sunday school and B. Y. P. U. evan-
do.ws.dof tr in t eof the p thee old servant of the church were gelist was employed on salary for full I
.th rd of tstees of the orpm present and were introduced to the con- time to stimulate this work through
.. .D f P o- vention, and greatly interested the con- the states.
lD as of Penso of- etion by the relating of some experi- The convention adjourned Thursday
d a a tof three be appointed t of the early years of their miis-'night and many of the messengers left
OnIb 6teat to pro me an r,- ry. Ion Thursday night's train. The see-
Ssettlemeat of the contention be- EVenin v ea ion. o though not so larly attended,
fe~t of the contentionbe em.was one of the most harmonious and
tm the convention and the trustees At the evening session the features profitable meetings in the history ofa
d SMta t university. were a presentation of the laymen's Florida BaDtists.

At this point Dr. B. H. Dement of movement and a discussion of the tern-: ,
d the Baptist Thological seminary at perance question. Prof. J. T. Hender- '
* w ps to t cc q P *llhof. J. T "SALIAMITY.
svoiUe, was presented to the con- bson of Bristol, Tenn., traveling secre-
wtiom and stated that there were nine tary of the movement, made an earnest Plorii West Florida Town Near. 4
ug men in the seminary from Flori- address on the importance of the lay- islt roWeds by FirT.
. and asked the convention to provide i men's movement. It was one of the ,
k part for their rapport. In a few best things of the entire convention! Milton, Fla., Jan. 31.-The most dis-
abutm about $500 was pledged for "nd was warmly received. He said astrous fire that ever occurred in Mil-
d6 purpose. A resolution was offered that in these latter days a preacher ton started about 4:15o'clock this morn- .
sdraing the seminary's action in ask- was becoming laymanized and the lay- ing, entailing a loss of about $100,000, .
l the Baptists of Florida to give $15,- man was becoming preacherized. He: with about $50,000 insurance. The fire'
I to the endowment of that institu- was glad that the time had come when started in Fishers & Co.'s store, and
tm. About $10,000 of this amount has the preacher took a common-sense, with a heavy northwest wind blowing,.
kmWdy been given, business view of things-a man among destroyed Fisher & Co.'s dry good stock
The rest of the morning session was men-and when the layman was begin- and building; H. M. Jernigan's drug j
gimn up toevangelism, Sunday school, ning to realize and fill his place in the store; Hamilton & Co., grocers; T. W.
ad Baptist Young People's mission church as a helper to the pastor. Jones & Co., dry goods; Cohen & Bro.,
wtk. Dr. W. W. Hamilton, general iRev. M. A. Clouts of Jacksonville dry goods; J. M. Cooper, furniture;
sOfelist of the Home Mission Board, read an excellent report on temperance,' Chaffin's bank, F. E. Deys, jewelry,

A Farm for


Sunny San Luis Vall


We have divided a 54000.acre tract i
Truck Farms containing

10 to 1,000 Acres per Fan
AT $200 EACH

$10 Cash and $10 per Mont
No Interest! No Taxes!

We want a reliable and energetic man in every
town to form clubs of 15 prospective purrhasem
We will furnish round trip railroad tickets FREl
to one member of each club to inspect land We
pay liberal commission. Full particulars on rticiat.

Refeenwc-Any Bank or Banker "n St. Leua. K

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m- w .-WV by thesboriAns thot om
|| Grlr~t i,'ar "th paL 's
j ri-d" t these UM gem nit
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r- a rM b kept i t dark as to I ch that was
o adf &MYI dem. tIlbia TUDa D at.

lllAt e hav mm CUmms Iowa mde his a=usi
TdaeS MP b th spemini the mato lppeies to
Na- yes sl thta th tbihe l the estaiB*M of psbtl
Adat as manl sH vibaurbks. H oaW a new ad
Adsat asIralo fult i th prwsio of the bi
which except d poits in seuh banks
S Campli. from. aM leas and elmetios for debt.
i- jm It is hrdly becoming, it must be ad-
Poid that s'o aEw mitted, for the governmental to become
.dio wa tell.a tZ-t he prtnof th tuof hen-p dadheat
S k____d n d pn defraoding thofs to whom be Mwes
p- d SaNo n& MrO Maml. The biN iad In aimuy other
da t wi ni 4ttpt ^ways nad shold not be p-sed. Waht
Dl i the country nods is the safegoardg
Sf k be of deposits in allUbak-Tampa Time
fas t asPlvi
Sts tI'-r in sched seeks.
o -w aBab e T.m' The Inde is aware of the fact that
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mom ah-mineO, patnotic, munpr-
dhashle titdas of this State-some of
thm school oadls and legilatos-
hestly believe that State Uniformity
is god thig. We a ndin no
f wLt hth but we wamn thepe-
pbato lak with s cn upon any
Sta Uifenwity mai Y that does
st have the harty emdorsmt of a
majity o the profesional eduators,
s m periatudets of pubic n-
trtiadesad county boards of public
etru tion Florida.-Lake City In-

AIM Adver bg for Ms Ste.
The KIuimaM Gasette enjoys the
di etsa of dbeig the only newspaper
Sthe datse hr which the commdioners
share regularly for a large number
d aesup l mentioning the matter
the Omtte do t ot tell us what dia-
pe-as the issi- ners make of the
M e es r which they subscribe, but
a is armised that they secure the
-as ef 00 persos who are looking
t wad tlrih as a home and send the
ppr to them in order that they may
hmr from the current events of the
emty methipg of its resources and
ad gee as as place f residence.
The vale of such advertising is
sowh in o o experience. The minute
a alvibg t a distance has his at-
tetiom attracted to Bradford county

b Establishment

iry conducted, is like a mutual benefit
I y, not only profitable to the owners,
t aho to the patrons thereof. When we
mnider OUR interests, YOURS are con-
lm d also. That is to say, we must give
- l received and conduct business in a
tidfactory manner. We have been trying
to do this for twenty-four years. Our suc-
mS in business is proof of this to a consid-
able extent at least. As in the past, our
a for the future is to give you the best
Srmie possible. We are always looking
r improvement and something better than
a formerly had by way of service and bus-
IM V methods, and always the best goods
S er get for the price.

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he sends in a request for sample eepia has been elected or appointed The A Sh a i E
of the Telegraph ad if he invets he senate has acted on severalnet cam ILM wek a e
become a sUbaeriber, showing that in recent yea, one of the fromFw- F l t i Mad= al
they doped largely on the ll paper ida, whn Senator Call's term had a r*-
for informaM apon which to frm paired and no succeaor had hbee elte- n tn I
their dgumnt of the locality, ted for the new term. He wasnot al- cd ebbwld m -
If thaeommuiionen of every county lowed to hold over and tihe aate rued a m
in the state wold follow the examle that an appointment by the governor
of the Oseeol county board Florid in such cases would not be recognized tWag w
would soon be getting the best ad a valid title to a seat in that body. w ta das M em
cheapest advertising possible for the Thesenatemay have reversed itself Th a e of bb M
state to procure. The names of per since then, but if it has we have never t e dirt m Id l a l
sons who want information& about the heard of it-Bartow Courier-Inform- pet ra b b i 1 b
state can be had from the state co- ant. letter was irw d M f L
missioner of agriculture. His office i The Journal does not for a moment w he *A
constantly in receipt of inquiries from wish to be considered as opposing Mr. last, h sd m a 3
Such persons.-Starke Telegraph. Fletcher's appointment. On the con- h w=
trary, if Governor Gilchrist was author- "Yaour ttLtw N IIMbm
W A e Sic a Law. ied n namin him, he could not have of tb awfl ta*. I
The Florida Prohibitionists need not acted with better discretion; but we ewTd 1 s -Am U
count upon getting a law enacted b fear that the senate will not accept Mr
the next legislature similarto that ether's credentials and tata tleo m .
cetly pal ed in Tvonesee Govemror State will not have its full representas- -
Gikhritwas elected upon a local oe tion at the commencement of the very Theparlor t' -3Si
tin or home rule platform and o important extra session of co e ae l W -1 S
thelegislature passsuabillhel whichMr. Taft says he will call i pepper fte. t
certainly veto it. Unlike Tenneeet March.-Pensacola JournaL peir, c i l
requires a two-tirds vote to pas a getlem u- Ulei h
law over the Gweror's veto in plw For Sunday School Speriateadeatsa 'Th- ma mwLm a Is
ids, and there are several members of Dna BaoTHm :-The eecetivecom- certainly ~eid w
the legislature who will vote for a mittee of the Florida State Sunday killed is st ahan. Aoa
amendment to the constitution submit- School Association have arranged to datiom for the "Mr, uat s e o
ting the question to the people who will hold the annual convention at Tampa! re"
not support such a radical measure as on March 23, 24 and 25. It is earnestly Mr. Culpepper ha t, a f 1i
the new Tennessee law.-Gainesville urged that every Sunday school in the Live Oak who w be gd aW
S*n. I State be represented in this gathering this shocking H Y M d a 160
that it may be a great success and ex- ever in faCt, adlit ea it ii fI
Lee Hosored at the Notk. 'cel in interestjf possible, those that'author of the falt
A correspondent draws our attention have precedent. Interesting and in-'tected and proper ity p
to a celebration of the anniversary of structive addresses will be given on .... -HAS MA
the birth of Gen. Robert. E. Lee. topics relating to the development of PILIM: M .
which is remarkable for several cir- the Sunday schools and reports will be illia lu Pil
cumstances connected with it. It took given of the work in various parts ofwill cure blind. Blte ag ma AI
place at Jamestown, N. Y. It was ar- the State. Reports will be expected Ples I at orbk the 'emea is. m
ranged by Rev. W. H. Hickman, pres- from delegates who attended the Inter- ltchiDn ,t oc-. actB as a alltm
ident of the Chautauqua Institution, national Convention at Louisville in g;'ve in:s a relief t UlIn IOl
who is himself a civil war veteran, and Jun3 last. Mr. Hugh Cork, one of the dla; P hli (Lrn)al'*t pro m e t
it was attended by the local post of the International fieid workers, will be in P its alnd alicnsl of U prctw ta
Sold by druggists, tum,' 19c &4 It 00
Grand Army of the Republic in a body. attendance and his presence alone as- Williamb MY.'r C'o Pro o. t
The only Confederate veteran in James- sures a profitable gathering. Let eve- land, 0. Suwaaf lIrvg t L

town occupied a flace of honor on the ry school be represented and let us give
platform beside the speaker, while a the work a renewed impetus. Elect,
Confederate flag was among the deco- delegates at once and send names to
rations. The meeting was presided Mr. Lee MacDonald, Tampa, Fla. Del-
over by Capt. F. W. Hyde, son of a egates should take receipt from railroad
chaplain in the Union army and himself agent for money paid for ticket in or-
a veteran of the Spanish-American war. der to secure any discount on return
This is a rather striking instance of the trip that may be allowed. Pray for
change of feeling in the North, which the convention! Work for the conven-
now takes pride in the exploits of tion! Attend the convention!
American soldiers regardless of what Yours fraternally,
side they may have fought upon in that P. M. ULSCH, President.
gigantic struggle. Short Talks in CHAS. W. KINNE, Secretary.
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NO at se i dinn the
41 n ow aft@ Lima- &Kldswy
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bwiea & ir W rum-,
ibys a fort. ce sr t 4i
Mjer petr to demmetrote to
hismY ~bmerewilth~f~b the ril-
O"WOmy aftEbasas tb tie
Oswl-my to his bmh bd a vMry
Wag aperior draft. To povfit
bs ed a wopm wsp&We in the Are-
Ajie w rofsah, wad it W4
CiC mblWN up the dok is bt
stbjatutbeairYjor had predicebd.
Tb dmsm -rw as as usLe m
O las jwtswatwad Maard w-
ed bbo 1w drad and Wfamd X&
jw rtet the rlf of his whow
wwa 6 &AumoemqW it u=
Iii. bbhgmqpop ta ,s uft
m~til ho ~s~ld settledmdr
i tGe s"r1e aedately adjobiog
It adetem afrie. The alarm was
v ".*&iven; Capta Lle stAd-
bg a efwrd areetw thob aeOa
tdorV@ telphond to the wat rwt-
,f*pree th r-boys mwbd
tbhioout to tbojpet, d in & bw
MWW a strea m41 loerWas pbyb
an the roof aWd the hoUs was nve
Majr PMO" had in bhis bo for

Bv J" ergeth a tht of
udays but be forgot ulUabout it in the
uitemat. Aft beire h paind
are Lthe No wher tvbthe xtw
NrwurepI lagRand Wwhhee awit
nd i oclesMe that he had beowwait
ig forabostittesYearsfor a chens
to tyit am, be ads a fwremaks o
tdoqer of the..mentinto which he
put Mauh emvahs


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4. mom SOIL-J&L W. L Ak&L d beaW La r no% J. ILod -
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Vc. IDmtiNtal SoeLN...l.. Hanlg a~ pw dd beme
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I ukreh of Chumns& sen bw

"P ..................Mrs Henry
10. rl rmtl Soe..... Mi HRldta
Oi febwy 12h Mtbe will be a
bimm- rati of ti club ad a
meae of the executive board at 20

MRS W. L. TEDDER, Cor Sec.

"From Suater to Appotox."
Uder tte dircM ad maUeMMt
of J. L. Rom, sa ompry composed em-
tirdy of home talat wju give the
py m u SmnuBr to ApriwaBo,"
treqCivilwar a, 1t the Au6-
tWnm, a this city tonight. Th pro
ceM wiD be donated to the Suuwmee

Live Oak has some very fie amateur
taHstaadthey wil be at their bet
i0bt Oeioe ut Bd M tiML
b-arye wat titkts onm a e at Bt-
otf Co.
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At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Timmerman, of
Beachville, at 5 o'clock last Wednesday
p. mL, January 27, 1909, Mr. James &
Beach led to the altar Miss Susie Tim-
merman, Rev. T. E. Horn speaking the
words which made this happy young
couple husband and wife.
After the marriage ceremony all
present were ushered into the dining
room where a sumptiou feast rd beeo

The bride was dressed in beautiful
princesuit of cream rating over white
silk, tr ed in ribbon and laces. The
groom wore the conventional black.
The attendants were Mr. Frank
Meach, brother of the groom, and Miss
Myra OdoR, Mr. Sealy Sweat and Mis
Lucy Cawford, and Mr. George Tim-
Mnrnun, brother of the bride, and Miss
Irvie Swat.
The bride is te oldest daughter of
Mr. ad Mra W. M. Timmerman, ad
Sa bmifl young lady of many ac-
wmplhBbmnts. The groom is oae of
wane's most industrious and suc-
e-ful farmer
They will make Beachville their fu-
ture home, where Mr. Beach has a
asy bome already pr ared for his

A large number of friends and rela-
tivers witneed the marriage and all
ja inm wishing them a long and pros-
perous voyage over the matrimonial

a oef life.



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mba, have alWAn
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an it shnmpo
IDllard Sow LUalart Co.

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Price, $2.75

St HIS TOOL is exceedingly useful to own-
L ers of small gardens.
It will throw a furrow four to six inches
wide and one to six inches deep, and deeper

Ha. L F. UntMia of ?M Gm'%
eft Webded fr Tmqp to *dm
the FIrid Ste tr whi& opGP-M"da
tiat city ysetrdey.
Bay a Parr's "LuAy Ck W
Pek us ft ta e s b aad f aot 4w
actly united, ntan or naIcM It.
8wam ODrug Co.
Rev. N. H. Wilham, editor of td
Floftrichtit. AdwoAte, W ipp
moaing ad eiftgat the Mihdl
dumrbh in this city nXt Sady.
Tom Harde pest msvmi in
Live Oak this week ad oitrd .. -
for DoMer, CoL, ,whm 1heM vii
for seveml maotb.-Mad-se ooaudr.
C.H. DI a, iat Oas U 6
garner LridW for tdo WOsO-
of theb Werdi a pr- imWw rtv wr is
Lntekiistetratftiat p d

CoL q J. Harde rived M oy
From Ashevife, N. C., ad wml r '
for an mdeftf perod. Mmn. Ruds
ia at Per vistig ber father fo th
present, but ill arrive an R d t
family will agia take up tbi rei-
dene with u-MadUs&w beCord.

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