Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00549
 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 12, 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: VID00549
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 FInury trm of ed rimial aoft
sewlied Nimb m =idg With Jiule
L L beMarthobmeh, rand Solid-

.h Muw ir a i baujuras:

SL. Itiur, W. P. LUpM, & D.
f 1, P. F. KMeLta,. & Wilkdau
KIL& Cbii% J. W. St, B. &.
|& J. W. La, J. & J0AODt, J. W.
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Ad t Mre dmtM m n w eard by
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Or dtdk emse Cto oue a Wu
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f d tt id do S yimac l ed we-
pa 1% Stat. wa pr-snted by
Q M eitVr Msel Lm saAd CoL J.
r. e ad itth defmdt by CoL
W. P. Wk an dsoi Lee of Jaer.
lUmaaOly juby, aj d rmted
Lhaito dmtguf.y v Ervy idch
d pl d Ih tM ems as cotestod by

Nllftad akC Coiuan, groe
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M s b ,m. Noab H. Green,
-i wish mihght mucalefd
I dN o'dOt Tw-day mowng. CO.
COy A. Hard State Solictor for
"s JuldJ Chdnit bed ben previous
Sswn mh a Mistat county soliei-
ta to rlpr t the State. The de-
hmdt wvu repnMetod by Humph-
mr A HrlL The following were
aeeepted a jron to try the cae: J.
W. Law, W. Hode, P. F. McIntosh,
It & Wilinal J. A. Johnsn, L B.
MiekLr. g|Theeamwgivento the
jin Wedasediy aftenoon, and they
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6.Ob TribMti o the hum
Wed FIsrYia spb

The Savanimh New ofd lat Monday
has the folowig:
Though it wasu manmond some day
ago from Atlanta that Mr. &. Davie
Warsld, of the reivn of the
Seaboard Air Line, would mke a toor
of inpeton of the S seaud tmiNnda,
and property in Grka a Fd nrida,
nothing ha been heard in Savan as
towhe he is tbebhi
It -soa that Mr. Waildadmhis
party went to Flod fr a ar and
for several dayThave been at Pmanaea
Spriac, enjoying the umaml Sld for
sports in tht dfi et Mr. Jak DavkN
retu d to Savanmah yterday after
a three week's tay at PPane, look-
n much improved and fafi a li s a
new mau, to ua his own word.
"No more mnediiM for me," aid Mr.
Davis. "In the ftare m goingto
paek up ad go to Pa ea, whn I fal
the need of ph nal repairs. The wa-
ter posseses a great retorative power
ad the place i a hanter's paradee"
Panae i not ue of the fauhimab
reports of Florid, bt Mr. Davis ay
the vitoras there m are from several
tat. Dria the recent oMd weathr
the wind we high and than waso0
tide noticeable for two days The eb-
bi cwaer left hundred of pourd f
flwhaorae aMd the bante refpeda
harvest in baggi h bndreds of wild
geee and ducks.
Among the visitors and most acee-
ful of hunters now at Panacea is Mr.
Willard Spemer, author of "Mi Bob
White," The iUttle Tycoon" and other
light operas. Mr. Spencer has been
going to Panacea for ten years.
There is a plan for extensive improve-
ments at the resrt and rumors of a
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is ft b Ww YT iw ut a I ume umure o w unog- uau wmcni wmu cWonutrum* mucn w
kbg in a verdict of not guilty. its popularity. At present Panacea is
i e "Sle- 1 8 vs. & Kate Thlm, petit larceny, reached by a tram rad connecting with
r e ~riM e o am.ldI e flty and fined$10 and cost or the Georgia, Florida and Alabama at
M6N* o mb as a fty Sopehoppy.
S*ahow Sto at Rafe Johnsoa, petit larceny, It is probable that Mr. Warfield ad
-a01 WtI by jury verdict of guilty. his party of Seaboard petors will
I -'-1'- ateT ns. lFnnie and Henry spend some time n Florida, which may
4 a-dd of petit lareenv, trial by jury, delay the receiver's visit to Savannah.
-- u lect pgiy. Fined $25 each and
Se or days. Fine suspended upon FIRE SUNDAY MORNING.

81l, I Jame HHolme and Annie J. I. Stanford' Home and Conteats
d dC bate J"Dtromed.
t em"e0imaBlW McDaniel, u ult and battery, D
Mh a trMW by Jury, verdict of guilty. J. I. Stanford's dwelling in the west-
There are a number of caue on the em part of the city was discovered to
d d t to be tried. and court will likely be on fire Sunday morning at about 3
SM 1e iewsbe snsion all week. o'clock and in a very short time wau re-
Ky U 4 (. of duced to ahes. The alarm was given,
miissoui m SaI r ( of t ae 8tothers. but the property was situted so far
W 11 4 a V The SouthernBusiness College out that it was impossible to reach it
o o TIW Bmrfinesfi Colleeihs with water connection. The flames
Sa "p a aNe rN m ore of its fruit out into had gained uch headway when discov-
of.m 4 sa- A- s m- tye aercil world. Miss Blanche ered that it would have been impossible
SI n Ira as sptd a position a to have saved the building under more
am" e -I te.- b rshr ftor CoL Gornto, of Mayo;'favorable circumstances,
o s wyis p e M en t nk Hill has been employed The building was a two story frame,
atm, e by the Flr i Railway Company as and the flames spread so rapidly from
b e o toam. MMg rp Mi; Mss Minnie %ulz room to room that it wa difficult
S n ed tak s up thestenographic work for the for Mr. Stanford to awaken his family
SINS m for Middle FloridaGrocery Co., and Miss and get them safely out of the building.
d0@ ethr Mabel Jo nes.the amineemployment with A part of the household goods and
411M11" -r-0m CTO W. Rogers, wholesale grocery airing pparel were saved.
o t trad The. arryoung ladies of ambition The building was insured for $1,000
"ad bmines ability, and will become d the household goods for $00. The
S.. important factors in the commercial total loss is estimated at about $3,000.
m t n tworlr Lmg live the "Southern" and
a P" inn l t ht and its good work. BIG MEETING AT O'BRIEN.
ohm doe uevr.
0iOb p-rti a located Adction sale of Sublerbtn Lots Called. Farmers' union Meeting Well At-
I b tm U sm am d Of. tended Last Saturdy.
a C. t. Ta a nilrmd, The auction sale of lots at Engleside, The local Farmers' Union meeting at
0 pmoke k.wwn a surburb of Live Oak, near Tedder's O'Brien last Saturday was well at-
._- ihd t.. bW. h1 mill, advertised for Wednesday after- tended and ws one of te bet meet-
e mter at noon, wasal!ed off and the sale indefi- ings that union has ever had. There
.. ntithr atnod _......-- t ..^..., ..... ..

Nurifige d YearS Ive (nk Mr.
&Antto wn ja, Odf Wbt


A Brilliant Receptie.
The reception given by CoL and Mrs.
Cary A. Hardee'on Wednesday evening,
February 6th, was a brilliant culmina-
tion to the many pretty entertsrnment-
given by the Priscilla Circle, and was
characterized by the charm that marks
all parties given by the gracious hoetes
The house was prettily decorated
with bowls and vases of roses and car-
nations on mantels, cabinets in all
rooms, combined with palms and ferns
effectively grouped.
Mrs. Hardee received her guests in a
charming gown of blue messaline silk
with real lace trimmings. Miss Ran-
dall, sister of the hostess, wore a gown
of old rose cloth, embroidered in gold
made directorie, and presided at the
punch bowl most gracefully. Mrs.
Hinely another sister of the hostess
wore an exquisite gown of ecre lace
over taffeta.
After a very exciting contest delic-
ious luncheon was served in two courses.
The handsome gowns worn by the la-
dies present added much to the beauty
of the occasion. The guests included
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hopkins, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Carter, Mr. and Mrs. S.
B. Conner, Mr. and Mrs, O. 0. Wil-
liams. Mr. and Geo. P. Butler, Mr. and



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The Gbevilee S af FdhnuryT
asthefela iof elald bw 1r1 t i
Live Oku the oea, Mr. W. BIL
Haa isr a we*Lkmoaa yoa nr.
ebmt d thisdetyrdb r m d f L S.
Harard, proprister of th Lat Kt
ds atufmpph ssmsap d h um- d4
bNiamovrthl. XK Crwh d I klM
hbrjawd wand ove a jrm a
thrng of- d mwmmumrv t-
red ib Wead. Tbhe *ipa d
wr bautifly deoatd with MI ,
arbor-vit ad other orteM an~
dokwe dM id-- dea frc~
ad any plube of tropiWi wf
h epIto mikthsesemm ng( to
be emm br, ra joy emw.,
"At 8390 the udsi dt ni rf api
no broke forta i.to the mIut x i
- bie th t thetmb doK Wl AotT
FiMD of GehiOL ThNv mb
Puteh of GriPelle, thI ahCrL
brimduimd, ed a mftref pd the
a sle, bnyd by litk rnmi Inri
of Fanirbta, ad nl Bori eg
Aw cgirkl and a the& aer amr
Joay With the arn a of m eeb .lgbm
tar, the bride'lintked his Ki Jo&
ly w adtat the sAlt the Proo,
Mr. Harvua and Mr. Vul Wate
as bet u. Rev. T. L. L nr,m p
tor of the M. chureb iSoth, a i"d
tbem ad n an impriv mamlua per-
fomed the mariarg ceremony ad d
cleared this noble man ad chag ro-
ma to behabaudand wif Thebhp-
pycopleleft on the aftnooa tnrai
for Jaconvie and places o the b
Cout The wedding r presentoited
of many value ad beatiful arti-
cles, fine alverwa, elf t china d
many piees of cat gla.
"Mr. Harvard i a popular end pros-
perous young man univnsay adiru d
and esteemed for hi moral worth ad
exemplary life. His bride i one of the
Weediest and most charming y70 L-
dies, with a large cirels of admiri
friends who love her for her amiability,
her goodness and tbose noble trait of
character which always wia for the for-
nate possemsor the love and esteea
of alL"

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the impoin reesam whIs was

leai behind and etamied t>-e ,
straits out to wee.

Rev. N. H. Wailliam, dt d
sonville, filled the pIt of tie h J
dist church in this city l"
ing ad evmin, and prhed tu dl
sermons. Rev. Williams ie BIs a B
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A full and complete line of Staple and Fancy Gro-
ceries. Can supply you with everything good to
eat at lowest possible prices. Below we quote you
a few prices that will interest you.

25 bars Octagon Soap
Z-lb Tomatoes, 2 cans for
14b Ruford Baking Powder..
1 Ib Brown's Mule Tobacco. ............-
Rid Bli. Seed Potatoes, per peck ....
Ri per pound ..........................
IidrOa' tmeal, per pack..............

-- 40c
5c to 8c

finest and most beloved citizens, now
the head of one of her oldest families,
Dr. Randolph strengthened the ties
which bound him to his native city by
marrying Miss Evelyn Winthrop, de.
scendant of another old Tallahassee
family. Dr. Randolph is a graduate of
Johns-Hopkins university and has prac-
ticed medicine for the past four or five
years as assistant physician to Dr.
Goodbread, at Chattahooch(, whom he
nA\W rQ*Pp"<'i.

that if itai
chness of flavor. lI
1n beinf the im 6
wthout it AftelIder kIe
r Our plant I Btdl
dte entity' by'
Yourms for busiam AMd h
. Oak BottlMng WPrkr Pr
I. H. HOLMES, Proprietor

_a. t- I *_ a ai-m-s.-- = ey were pnospnae nuans AS e
aBi te p ne syem. cLnoauL The M."wcrop next writer w.l. r a!' .. "- q"
Mr oeto lve an S. P. C. A. grower threequarter milli doL '
mltt7. with normal conditions continuing. i bto io ca bitter M few a
A s wimous whale was seen near' 'n F-,,- -- And ai gm t i
W.t. n sl of ae ., the state by the lt cold ap. Starke Sf t to ay, 1
Sntly Wed near Fort Meade Wed-. forti a tel ituacd '8 tiM regto Y
St. Loie county pineapple growers nesday by being thrown from a bggy Our great strawberry industry is never OWf POdUCtitl, I
inarunaway accident, His spinal cord. .oo, bt n
bare miai .as b The body bHasue these late c be in quality and rfc
..... t" L e, i ?d ~. ~B our shipping seam proper does Label Re sterd
Nine mWe were mysteriously pois- balmed and will be shipped to his for- notcm5 e on uni sa in the rig Noeele %
S e Daytona. mer homeland we rejoice to know that our neigh- o.e genuine
m 'aco's police made 918 arrests The Times-Union is mistaken in say-' bors in other sections of the state en- Wholu !go
dri the month of January. ing that the paper factory to be Iota- gaged in the cultivation of tender veg- ulr, being ope
Sted in Gainesville will utilize the pin tabless escaped with small damage.- bUt DISTIUED J
Arbor day was quiet generally ob- stumps.' On the contrary, the pine tree Starke Telegraph. tidn of Our goods
ered by the schools of Florida. is to be used, and the more sap it pos-
-- sesses the better. Ere long the Su! Rather than serve a ninety-day sen- Box 44 LIv4
William White, an East Palatka ne- will print an edition on paper made tence in Raspberry park where she was
ro, was shot and killed from ambush. from this material which was manufac- ient laW t Monday morning by Judge
tured by an Eastern mill.-Gainesvlle Wright, of theemunicipal ourtof Jak I l
A rge acreage has been planted in Sun. sonville, on a charge of being the
rwmsMs nar Fort Denaud in Lee keeper of a disorderly house and sell-
ty. A domestic misunderstanding in Pa-' ing liquor on Sunday Christiana Brown, "
S dlatka Wednesday night between a ne- a Russian, Wednesday morning drank T T
f ad 8 gro by the name of Bowman and his, boe acid with suicidal intent She I V E
of hmbwu during the month Of wife culminrted in a tragedy when as sent to the county hospital for
km _Bowman blew his wife's brains out treatment but never regainedconsious-
Oa rd aIt 1 theM people of Perry with a double-barreled shot gun loaded ness and death was the only relief for Capital
d Tweo a ma 0 hond nme for with buckshot. After the commission hermtense sufferings.
M* WlW i r.t i6oreonent. i of the deed Bowman deliberately walk- T. S. BAISDEN, h
ed in the direction of the county jai Ayward Summers, a fourteen-year-
A I i'-L M mW d in the fre- gave himself up and was put behind od ho-boy of Lgo e at the point
t ser PR d l F. I. the bat. of death, suffering from lockjaw which "
i of litgh ShooL- was brought on by receiving a wound
Pensacola still maintains its reputa- in the hand from a toy pistolduring the "I
2 r* hm a Wa rM wa killed tion as the principal foreign port of the holidays. For three day the little fel
s A h isa kessy by -Wm State, or at least the largest shipments lows jaws were tightly locked, and the f
a w- a inof "skinm." are made from there. Last month doctors have given up all hope of sa- _
over $1,000,000 worth of cotton wa ex- ing his life. On Christmas day he
lb. ld I G. C. Twk, o,d(Jup ported from there, besides other ma- nedasmall toy pistol, exploding a .
.* M h d mmly Np3hy1iated by trial valued at 803,053. These car- number of blank cartridges. One of L
C(It f b a Saford hoteL goes represented eleven foreign coon- these flew into pieces and a fragment :
Shldmiem L tries. Hope we will yet report similar stuck in the boy's hand. The wound ,
-- business per month at Jacksonville.- mended and it was thought to be all
Tb w A dolarryf cksvillebe- Jacksonville Metropolis. righL A few days ago he became sick :
d s met w iw w tries and on Wednesday his jaws set.
do A lm*a JlluJUtv popull Saturday morning about 9 o'clock,
tm a lb h o d K,000. after returning from a hunt, John, the A St Agustine dispatch of Feb. 6 FOUR PER CE:
-- 14-year-old son of Mr. J. N. Edmond- says: Pat Genty, a blacksmith at the =
Tlb frnt pp--n pltatioos were son of Brooksville, was instantly killed. shops of the Florida East Coast Rail- L 1
S~ the waqe crop not Hewas sitting on a fence near his way, met with a very serious accident mmm
ad m i the trtderrvTeeta- home with the shotgun in his hand, near his home in New Augustine, late
4 W lbyt 6e edd map in Lueie talking with a companion, when the Thursday night by the accidental dis-
*- -,gun slipped from his hand, and dis- charge of his revolver, which sent a (
ch ed its load. It struck the boy be- bullet through his abdomen and leg. y
*'s i dpl WeumU show the low the right shoulder, and tearing the Mr. Genty is deputy sheriff in New Au- OMPLETE LI
V av s Ia pmSMMm t ridential flesh up into the neck. His head was ustineand had just made an arrest TiX I IT WI
ofI t UL I addition to this nearly severed from the body. Hedied and it seems that he had to draw his AVE .t I-br 1 ?
W n tWeritst were found in instantly. revolver to subdue his prisoner, and O1TFITS ON THE
b f tby tmmMrator. placed the weapon in his pocket cocked o OTHER VKAA
Two inmates of the Mulberry jail forgetting to drop the hammer. His WE ALO CARty
ML Raul H. Caiplnter, principal were burned to death early Sunday wounds are very painful, but the at- 1ELT 't. Aho mI
d it Mit i HSih School, has been morning when that structure was de- tending physician says, with proper $I DFMoo t CKAL
letter the Florida School Ex- stroyed by fire. The men who were fl ca Mr. Genty willbe out in a few o&r staris OL.t
mat, a pbkiatk, isaed by the burned to death were negroes who had weeks. Alnr. A Uss.
l el ton of the state. been put in the building Saturday night Dr. James H. Randolph, ho was A AIr CA t u
for drunkenness by the marshal They unanimously elected chief physician at .
Thi q try in Volusia is get- ar supposed to have been responsible Florida's Hospital for the Insane, -is a
b lltk emmiei something like it for their terrible end. Whether they Tallahasseean who counts his friends MATLB Y
ewer the 156 freeze. The pres- made a fire in the building as a means by the score. Ason of Mr. T. Hay-
iNp of the county has brought of warming themselves or whether ward Randolph, one of Tallahassee's 22 Oca Std,



$75,000 -:- Surplus $35,


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FAMILY oo00C4m depends in great meaumt
or not you can do a lt t
than "keep the wolt
door." Look out for thb'
by laying by a little now.
into the safe buds of dti
Oak Bank's muotgemp U
S4% interest on It placed t
credit (that compounded
o' nights, eat your dally
sweet content. Ask say
tions here you like-glad ft
swer them.

CMuwrr AnmritAi

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complete stbck of PawrtA r la
ary Engines, Boei i m ft
Wood-workiinc MbMmr yA: d
Saws, Belting aad Mill Wi|-p
We have many bommA o 1
customers who will ttify to t
its of our good. It will payes
our PRICES and TERMS brfof hit

We are Gen. Southern Agents for FARQUHAR Engines, Boile and ,.w
A Postal wiN bring our Salesman : Write for I--n- d Cgw

The January 15th issue of Earth and R~'E SAMPLES OF WALL PA
Rock, a Chicago magazine published in | m .'Mb; Wi Pap w ("W .G.
the interest of railroad contractors, I 'I ,2*Pa.rr 'ril I A
says that the receivers of the Seaboard b,)a: roo:s i-.to ;u ;. '!!'
Air Line have planned a number of im-' tacti.c cbcrful hi -. I 1 ..:.I F l-":
provements, among which it mentions ." pl... at 4'or -..... h : t .i '
the extension of the Starke-Wannee tiotn from h'e .. l aes ~ I f-' i.
branch, for which $150,O000 has been ap- and mom;- i-- succk I ',
propriatad. This little item means that he Iut yO ULoo
in a very short time the fifth railroad I, frt 'ir k Ft D
will be running into Perry. The track
has been graded into this place for [1144_1w. Bay s:. BALFE-CONROY COMPANY "7c




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We Straighten Cross

Without Knife

Thetl l I n.)n IEve >Sjoccaliat (of No. 9 Laura Street, Jack.no ile. will makvc a profcssion


al vi.it t:

KiLtchen War'
T'e '"1892" Pure Spahun im- Wi t N t iM
Coming into use for cooking purpIss. It. t
the place of agate and enamel ware became won t
first cost is a trifle more than ordinary, wart .
Really much cheaper in the long run, as it is 0
teed for twenty-five years andf will t l prast uM
a life time.
The genuine "1892" Ware, made onlyfrm w
SPUN (not cast) Aluminum. will not crack.ac, aalt
break, scorch or burn.
It looks like silver but weighs only abetl
quarter as much, is easily cleaned and h M-dd,
will not rust, corrode or tarnish. Abohty
nonpoisonous and wholesome;. saves money, u iU
Be sure you ret the "itiinsi t msW
Mine ware stamped w ith UtM Mhe
F ,rw. At your deaer.
F( c Sale tiv

I Uve Oak First Thursday in February

Swalli remain ont day only, and can be seen at

Suwannee Hotel. February 4th
r. Amstrnmg specializes on all Eye trouble and Reflex trouble. It is an established fact that a large
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What it Don't Do
Don't get old and wormy.
Don't lose strength with age.
Don't get eaten up by rats and
Don't have to be hunted up and
dosed out at feeding time (often after
dark) as do other remedies, for after
being placed in fed box or hder it
is always where stock can get it as
they need it.

H. H. BROWN, General Manager
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I TT IS customary withuseach season to conduct a Sale so that we can dean up our

merchandise before the next season opens. Every person in Suwannee County 6
what it means when we put on a Sale. They know they get the best merli e a 6
market at less prices than what they have to pay for other goods att are ineriorb Fa
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the next 15 days we give you an opportunity to get goods cheaper than you have M

them before


we quote you a few prices:


Men's Suits of all the latest patterns and
styles both single and double breasted;
former price, $20 to $22.50; Sale price. $15.75

Men's Fine Suits, in all styles and pat-
terns. The celebrated Hart, Schaffner
& Marx make. Sale price--...- ----- --- -
Another lot of these same goods, also a
lot of new patterns of the latest styles
juit received; worth from $15 to $18;
Sale price

A bil lire of Men's Suits, worth f
$1250 to $15; Sale price..............
men's Fancy Suits, also lot of Blk
worth $10 to $12.50; Sale price
Men's Fancy Suits that formerly
frm $8 to $10; Sale price
We aio have a lot of odd sizes and
twnm that we are closing out at..




Men's Fine Black Cravenette Coats, Hart,
Schaffner & Marx make; worth $20;
only a few left; Sale price ................. $13.75
Men's Cravenette Coats, worth $15;
Sale price .........-- --- ...------ -... 8.75
Men's Cravenette Coats, worth $12;
Sale price .............. ........ --.----.- 6.75
Men's Cravenette Coats, worth $10;
Sale price -. -.... ------ 6.75



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



Men's Fine Boyden Show, worb $,
Sale price....
Men's Fine Patent Lahtr SkIm we
$5; this line we want to cut M m
Men's Fine Shoes, all styks; wortI I.
Sale price...
Men's Fine Shoes, worth S3:
Sale price
We have a large aortmm ofd .
Shoes worth up to $3; Salt pm.
We also have another line of gad y jaut
that we are closing out at
Boys' Shoes at actual cot.




Just received, a nice line of ShirU. n rut
and $1.00 values, at 5k. YI'uu ,wst ,
sure to get some of these.

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

We can show you better than we can tell you.

can convince you that these are the biggest bargains


offered anywhere.




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LIGHT to the ts If you are not handling the Live Oak ir, NOT?

Live QakCI or
.- N WOMITH, Proi tor9

Mll Orders promptly attended to

Athata, Feb. &President Charles F srm.
L i S. Barrett of the National earners' Notice of Intention to Apply fIor LA. i N
6 I p an eor- Ui has issued an address to that or- t fopatelt.lenowing -poel.a ILrMtr. .ela
s ISb O pN i haic e .. ion in which emgl s i 4h~r J10a- who, J
man thd lO unito take up and puwsh its 4ext- U i sd e l w oudE- ,L0 JR.Lo
Saw.N tilmi 2"t
Sw b do Pft bSmeeting the matter ofowrn tW b d J. 0. QtGOQGAi
ii of cotton begging as a covering for" al A.ts pi. l mO psnA dct- r of an tiCUM" Omsk
FebruaqA. D.19M. ap*totheR o B R aott .%V
Shi atacommerBcil packages where its use isAnrtW.GlAit.G ax 8M of r 8M 1s0?,e P. *._,

r i Iirt. turer. He al res the localsotake Nme and iphaie of be t t ..S aSSt G.&
SB t i o i iorols hokd of the mDlatter of using at to b. ie .ai i .- -.
6 O N ae tu m A s. Itnth duty ow thich A. Z. ..M..f 2It i
ft &W the ine cotton begging for wrapping bales of Section 281 The 0ee4 0 b l. hhoeo for tbere be emuetr.

a~the corpatim h .woua d r maa ord walna, buin g sad lu ling a d _mli EdIi f pai.ag
Sthat siMing I n furtherance of this movement he th t t whi Ntie
I .a t hae l ppoia ta committ consisting oki a Wiir im an ff &arSo M ia 2rm- M
Nmas Ut u J. L Grend North. Carolina, D. J. Aicost ^o^o s eaos, a3
Samke Neil a f oof Texas sad M. P. Dickersat of GeanxraL natur oft r"Isan mae tr eat et. a 3 a I E
OB sah take it a a Arkansas. It wil be the duty of this Section hL The gseuerdl andt6t the ut de1min.t a nf or a t haIV anlt
Ir )L ^, tL.. < ,.. -. to be tranagtedy th earporatio aIbaS be at a -ifdal my atb dg hU Stae a li prpil
S tl f advice, have committee to agitate and push the mat- tof betiaacted bytheuaraB m ads d e boothat. wibor br srrieGa andjsttalotfo theof U t rG o
Si ad gt rid of the ter of extending the uses of cotton in ,a f~ aat mel n t g r t INI, I
i that imsed all practical directors. of farm produce ad farn Mippli a d to 09 f o
-a' mu}trts re-admultere a[-T ISgTaidbuuef corporion st lLk ofr

ietlelf cigthy an- 1ie Had Thought of It andtobayadndUailndarieliandu Meha, s
abob. LHi necasUnoaryforawhollead tal raco Tmt eebem of arportio sall b e to make fa

--I *11atea Naammined OnR1 busnineg tiad to hie powYIe ry a d)etda by Pnuidet d Trureun VieePrwi- 51aml *hii *to tlh
t A minister who had a somewhat par- incident to a ena who ad reta ir dem. SWnrtr Sad th s be elel tie
simonioul congregation once induced rmal s is ea Tes i atJarmyoeser d ai l bet@r k ei& tI i--L
mortgages. and other evidence indbtedm. s d quaaon of said om he he- Live k, Florid, m
it a it Rye. Sam Jones to come and preach .etion 2. The crpotion hallhave ad e fthe orpati Shal be condauted the I
!tl-- W0, of hi. jl power, rian aosad pri vflts at the cor- oiides -ig ne,. -
Sfor him. por ati on of thti under t laws ofe tmhe t GEO. E. PORTER JR.. Pr. and Tra. Claiat anM U a w ituemu:
S* a, ha to De te b Jt before te ermon was to begin t;oda' tme 9adid ibedIni It. D t. BLACKWKELL uaVice-Pres. adS c. r WH3tttP 0M,
e R no md #t iriof the sater collection was taken up and unee rtattwOIL mid b for aithe cor- ta FRANKLI THOMAS, a

th rbt ir d lll udtial dil dction decrees to do The td tof debtednes or li ait J. P. VOYLES4, 4f o
Snfound to consist mostly of nickles and al or thins int Iato sttnitent wth itshrtea eto which t atiraeonou at ny im e a JO.N LAWrO
Sm ng. t incomatt with the corporate laws of itMl et, o "tIed the ism of ftfty .thoa ip WnC
LI em ww t fm the pennies, together with a spnklng of te no s tato of ror is. oot& a,. HNY Cdut l
S_ buttons. Rev Sam glanced contempt- And aco 3. 7. Et d fee paid. n
Minister who had a somewhat par- incident toraea wbee &Pd nret we fis o te W"Fdences of the o n

L i t p t fdy nouslyat the baskets as they were cplttl St. .mnttpt c subscribed f ah: Ge..a.
plendl on th ed of th latform near section 1. The nt at apitl stock author- B POtr. Jr.. twMcty-kve tMP D. LBt.k. Noltie of JAri.te f.r TrX t 1.
eted o on the edge of the dpaformnear l da by the scorra o hdidb ., dirkl we. tuaon si&ta, a d J. .t Gcam, Seatio 8 of Chaper M t, lI
his chair, and then, turning to the mm- into 100 shares the pr v alue hau Liv O Sawmcaty, o orid F0cor
--- .src i gr g hent.askds eosleptalstck allb ,i wit thereof we hert.t sot w hads
III VllTr E istr in charge, he asked: for ash. or coUatml watvalent to h, e- and eals this the 14th day of Jaa ry.A. D.l i. Ntie lis h rbe a lum that .
Ish that a fair sample of the collec- dth bance thmi ctal Gb. l bOaOor blur of Tax CertOuES X e
fAinmd ntad rlt bsuch ilmac d in seth msh r -a nkhB C. D. BLACKWELLW day d Jins A. I IRjg, --l
St for tion you get in this church aine sti e a s s.G fiO J.G. GOGGANS. i J4atS made
--I ri. .ll "Ye,"wntherply. "I should say thest ha b- ..n.., u .. r, S.a S e al. t toll e 1f .ii mil
uouslyrtF t sh alt ste eethoku She Phsrihe Ma)racaGb

that is about the average." Wr PublcPra1r Public. .
S 7. .-Wi all of "My people are not very liberal giv. by t hre ld te u ekhb dmgrgag. snd a J.CLS Gwa ie togeod aknwn an SW. M m 0B
i The farm of the id esirdtcates i"ll be pr- the foMin nibecribes and aek noww ed that MWrr IL ask & m son M Slt"rI -
e Hoe ofsried by the By.laws of the corporation. tbae oted h d the sa f rr thj Te oah them ~
purpornsd l therein et forth.
t daidd ad I see they are not, remarked Sam, AwcrW 4 itnaW my hand ad sel of se e t thiti t 1 k n. Ule M rtibe she M
i to submit to a Idryly "Pt do you know what I The terms for which a eorporation shall exist day of January, A. D. 1L.D.tacerdito a w. tduldB a Wm G a
Stot L T tiodryly. But do you know what I would S t he o E.x HB. PICcHRD th* 15th day d Pnamry A. D. I
i t b P ee tttI al do if I were a pstor over a congrega- tinue for a period ot nne-niae yam. unless Noty Pblie for the Statle of orida at large. Witnl my Io al alm amd mia 016It
r thi kind Wy Id hn I sooner disolved according to law. MY ommifion expires December 1. 1911. 14th da of mJaary. A. D..W
PON&f"W""C (Or stlt*-wid etion ofthis kind? Why, I'd hunt up.L VI,
the meanest, uglist, loudest yellow dogARI Notice of Application for Tax Deed Clerk Circit B ,.cAw f DD. C.
'lwdg ers by which the business istoberL..
S d 5 int I could find andest, lt, lodest yellow dog cers by which the bunss to be ts Under etion 8 of Chapter 4888, --
hAsfti the measure The minister put his open hand up etion 1. The buines of the corporation f lo a. Master' Sale.
s pen shall be conducted by and under the control and Notice is hereby given that S. M. Martin pur-
4 M the 4e ary two beside his mouth, leading toward his management of a board of directors, a president, chaer of Tax Certificates N. 64 and 67. dated Notice is hereby givnthatby virtureta Mald
Sto brother c and n a vice-president. secretary and treasurer, and a the 6th day of June A. D., 1904. ha filed said cer- cree of foreclose and l mde ad mo aud
I O er t e- brother clergyman and responded in a general manager. Provided, that the oice of taficate in my office, and has made ap licatio the Hon. B H. Palmer, Jade of the cicut rteml,
a leader of the stage whisper: "That is just what I general manager and secretary pay he filled by for tax deed to isue in accordaree with law. inand forth 3rdJudicialCrcwtit and lr
61 TO u th t of doing. Sic 'em, Sam!" one and the same person; and provided. that the Said certificate embrace the following described wannee county, Floridaonthi9lth day Jml.
ld against the had thought f doing. Sic'em, Sam!" office f president and treasurer may be filled by property ituated in Suwannee county. Florida A. D.. 1909. in a certain am then peddle t
a l ti0 to this effect, one and the same person. to-wit: SE 4 of NW ~ less10 acres N ide, and chancery ofsaidcourt wherin AlbertbPe
Section 2. All of the said directors and officers SW 'I of NE jL les 9!O acres N side, and E L of is comp~alant and Lttie Stewar. A. J. Stwt.
to call. No action Ha mlet shall be elected and chosen from among the stock- SW i and W X of SE of Section 10, Township et al. are defendants. I will o tu it day f
holder of the corporation at the annual meeting 6S Range 14 E, and NW of rtE '1 and NE '. March. lk9. the sa e beiw gd alMiay*.
S te. had melancholy, probably caused by an of tne stockholders, to be held in the town of of NW :J of Section 15. Township 6 S. Range 14 iar the lqJal hlrof eat behsre osrt~ s
S i again beoP in e l A ad r m s oe Rranford in Suwannee count. Florida, at the E, 40( acres. The said land being assessed at the doe. in Live t('. Swannie cesty. Faut .
My aga becon- inactive liver. A bad liver makes one place of business of the corporation, on the first date of the issuance of such certificate in the offer for sale and sell to the highit her for
F' present session of cross and irritable, causes mental and Monday in July, 1909; and on the same day annu- name of Martin & Sparkman. Unless said certi- cash, the following described real property it
ally thereafter, each stockholder having as many ficate shall be reidee-md according to law. tax td in the county of Suwane. State d florida
lah is not believed physical depression and may result dis- votes as he has shares paid for in the corporation. deed will isue thereon on the i;th day of March. to-wit:
g tnta olll rreed tehat an1 until the said next annual meeting and until A. D., 1909. The southeast quarter of the northwat quhwt
tp lly agreed tat astrouslv. Baltard Herbie ac- heirsuccessors are elced and qualified. the Witnes my official signature and seal this the tcr of section eight (8). township two 1), s etL.
11 operatet in per- knowledge to be the perfect liver rg directors shall be: A. H. Key. Branford. Florida 9th day of February. A. D., 1%9. rane thirteen (13). est.
SP t t perecJo liveJhn R. I angstn, Branford, Florida, and W. H. J. W. BRYSON, J. P. LAMB. Spial Mater.
SOvffniftai local option ulator. If you're blue and out of sorts Stepbens. Branfnor. Florida. arn until the next CLrk Circuit Court. Suwannee County. Florida. J- L. L. and Humphreys & Harrell.
t g A t annual election and until their successors are Soictor for Complainant
S st. get a bottle today. A positive cure for elected and qualified. A. H. Kev. of Branford. Notice of Application fto Tax Dee ----
Langston. of Branford, .Florida shall be general
t bilious headach, constipation, chills ner n sh's idt and t^ John R nder Section n of Chapter 488H ADIf INISTRATOR'S NOTICE
I" M VT KILLED. and fever and all liver complaints. Sold manager and secretary. and W. H. Stephens. of LawS of Florida Diatributaea, gensa heir and ereit and
y wnne Branford. Florida, shall be vicepresident The Notice is hereby given that Charle Cambridge all other period who may be interested. ae
by Suwannee Drug Co. duties ofthesaid ackers and directors hall be and Alfred Davis purchasers of Tax Certificate notied tat It thSse i n tat.ad
h ary'B M mter In the prescribed by the By-law of the curporatioK No. 187, dated the 6th day of June A. D., 19 N. V. Robert. late ofSSwanae me y.
Sy egri For health and happiness-DeWitt's ARICL hae fled said certificate m omie and e wWre t d day tMarc i l3 A D. i
l e l anaLimit of ibinittl ade appi ation for. tax da d to ia in a d- etween the bo ao 9 and I o'lock a
t a Tittl Frlv Rirsq-lr-nlpa intlittlelve.p ..... ..o .. & eeithl aw Saidcertificate mbr ace ste e- bc~ othue of aid o1nt. A-ImAM- y

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OEE WHIZ--With Fenders

PRICE, $7.00

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'PawN,~ $L50



IA bl c nt, cm prig tooth,~~ is&ke Hand V Haw or WCuit. On acont da y 4 ~
i4m* my i nMadth of th ieam way o ashr fta of W Bsyc7 d do
Rtoa e9ilaler counted tto various dfratStit s:CutivaOr. "Ai"d CiMvatit, V'up QbNd
RlHIHand Sde Harrow, Left Hand Sde How, Sk Tooth Huarrow r addl rows. Fends can keA funAd
l ra.l When CuAvato is ordd with fns, tooth raoved to attah kde s wi aho be

The Hair Hardware Company

The Hair Hardware Company

H. H. BROWN, Manager

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We mke a specialty
A Framing Pictures.
AD Lkin and sizes of

pant which wa burned in the fi
there last week. He does not often go
out on the mad himself, but his foed-
msm for Florida impelled him to rake
the trip even thoh one of his travel
ing men was in the oee at the time.
Mr. Dodson came down from Milton on
the boat yesterday moving and it was
the t time he had made the trip in
48 years.
"In December, 1861, he was visiting
relatives in Milton when he decided to
enlist in the Confederate army. He
took a fshing boat at what is now
known as Bay Point, but what was
then known as Jake's point, and sailed
down to Penscola on his way to Mo-
bile to enlist The geography of the
bay and wUnuunding country looked
pretirlly the same to him, Mr. Dod-
mnsays, as when he sailed the same
route an that memorable December day
of nearly 48 years ago.
'Today Mr. Dodson will visit the
navy yard and the forts and renew ae-
quaintance with the scenes which im-
premed themselves upon his memory
when the land was rent by war in the
stirring days of '61."
Enaarement Anaonnced.
In no event of the season has there
been entered more cordial interest than
in the formal announcement from Mr.
and Mrs James William Hypes, of the
engagement of their daughter, Bess
Ophelia, ta Mr. Charles Horace Black-
burn, of Live Oak, Fla., the marriage
to take place at one o'clock on Wed-
nsday. February the seventeenth, at
the Methodist church, the Rev. J. E.
Mickler officiating.

An m emB t fee d .50 will
be ehuged by the Democrat for
Hia the miid n at cm
fr the rarim city oeBa. The I250
mat be paidi s TVe.
I hereby aiemmm myf a radidat
for reseeti to theeeofie ity dcerk,
trear and tax M or. Thai
the Cetismnof Le Oak for their lal
pport i thepwt, I promue if ee-
ted, a faithfudiehrge of all duti
pertain to the office.
The Democrat is authorized to an-
nounce B. P. Mosely a candidate for
city tax collector for the city of Live
Oak. He solicits the support of all
To the Voters of the City of Live Oak:
-I hereby announce myself as a candi-
date for city clerk, treasurer ad asse
sor, and solicit your support in the city
primaries. If elected will make every
effort to satisfactorilly fill the position.
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the office of City Tax Collector
for the city of Live Oak and solicit the
support of alL I promise, if elected, a
faithful discharge to the beat of my
ability of all the duties pertaining to
the office. J. H. CROSS.

I hereby announce as a (cndidte for
re-election to the office of Marshal of
the City of Live Oak, Fla., subject to
the city primary. If elected again to
this position will fill the position to the
best of my ability.
I announce that I will be a c-ndidte

I bheby umaye mysl a
date for the Ae od fty Tax n-"NIm

for tl tey at Live Oak a oft te
apport atof aivo is the E r p-
mry dctiom, ad if electd I vl ivM
thelbuom of the dAe my fdl at.
I hereby smuno a a caea idllk for
thol cfa city mars for the city
of kin Oak, nd oiit the appert of
all neorrts If nominate maLdeest
ed I promise to faithfuly mdd hoimt
diu the dotie of the omee to the
best of my ability.
Why o Imhewrme?


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Nooksy, Feb 5,aw. 1
Tuds1q, Fi St inLOh
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Our Oaney wul Uhow copri c i ev M. .e n.M .L M
idam of 3 fy exa tra m I ivLe
'highly awtd d umr of the L I Fk. Didt
Pait. All dlrs in other paistcoo- r .m n
bined eamet furnish equal erdls J. N. 1 5 Tua A
Wh painting with L. & M. ye w ae J. A.N McL O a
painting with Mtal Zine Oxide com. Tak DoWto' ,wy m
bpld with White LMed. Zinse ins pm hwm Hrw k r
perirbblea ad make the L A M. wear r P per wi
and ov like gold. Its colon remain _-- M.
bright and lasting. Dot't Deed repaint epti R
for 10 to 15 year. Beid it costs 13 Live Ok D C.
les for pint. Sold by The Browv
Thomo Drug Compay, Live Oak. 2 mbfrt fSr hw samo



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Lm OAK, OIISAn, U3&Y, IunaIy Iit 1W.

-Nw, hoe., let as have a few words DtI1guisheid frCwiuinrte wh
S~ m e I Ma M O' Brim. Evybody is a Rm iB InWr. ,
ble-, Is f ea-dmlm outherm. The far- hae B a 0
b-- Ilg smd- o. A r. Charale Hornin, a wealthy
am at' atl re f1ing to raise more Coado haker, hwfrrt A. D. Ho w
MGlM f o p m~ or MIs tan ever be- if, ioalyf ta- e-or d t
Sf enwty and ow Blihg at Welbora
i n WM-wMn Irhm Hobnes, of Columbia, ti ia visit to .ri this wistera ad
p d o*S h" d deter, Mrs. Hunt, thi the laBanner of last Sudayr thu
IMt A&j, W ifNBlmo isaracfomp d ers to his preen in that city:
Sl sa d we are glad to have her ChIy pamed
hne through Oh SA y m nmte fw
I -off!. N" toa e inWIa TampTa, wherehego to impeet the
uhe n g Pat Uns-e church to a lkre marve of our great MidWinter Fair,
o f mdtk e I aciatincon. Br Hurst which is now being held in that city.
i b ie tnb L mn d is loved by arll Hemmi is now livin in Cordo
On m Barnett is spending a Springs C, oL but Oala still claims
b wa &es M eO n this 1week, the him as a citizen, nd, indeed he i a
*l her comuin the charming Miss member of Marui Canp, U. C. V'.
Pwte't-n e t at At the outbreak of the civil wr he was
m. l t eimd, a.y of thte ind attending the East F.rid Seminy,
W e is los o tef dkin nd lotd in Ocala, adit was bre
T-awPl a n ag-oro f chu eenlisted a private soldier and
The ye spm Union c urch marched away ton mthe army of Ge
am owame nb wfa jw meeting every ,uehl
RdAR--^ -M!Hs explits--- at the *tfw w
Oak"rb" duy nthL May the good wo thrko l fe i arm. ,
SL L McCormick of Fort White, ofwhichwehave any knowdge. He
t 3 w bet wt wk with gbetirandpa Ut, was entrusted with valuable papers
enmr. md ML r O.W. McCormick. Mmisi
Ore 3 i V M0.-W. McCormick. Miss that carried him within the federal
1oUinto, iandd, he qpint months in
N Ur ick is one of Fort White's best,New Yor, Bro hingt
ShNew York, Brooklyn and Wather
atam dwoWOWappmthaving herCity. He knew the nature of bhis des-
I t I J. BIarett and Mr D. W. pte mision and he penalty it would
Aim, O'Brien' left for Live Oak, cst him, and narrowly escaped cp
Sftfor Oak,ture, but his cleverness, wonderful
S6 woabdin n. o r n t nerve and copnsumnte bravery. were
S4, We are badly in need ofrain in this s~aets and may times saved him
ft l sWeties, or at least think so; but prob- from most perilous and desperate po-
m Wh4 er tim has come to see what sitions. The story of his achievements
o th~ emead of other farmers have gone am as thrilling as any book of fiction.
b% w m tihsgh with. UNCLE BoB. Mr. Hemming gave the monument to
N V BAPFIST CHURCB. the city of Jacksonville, which is known
AM Jo. A. Wray. Pastor. as the "Hemming monument."

go w te

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Me a service, 11 o'clock.
Evei Service, 7 o'clock.
Siday School, 9.45.
L Y. P. U., 3 o'clock.
Mid-wk prayer meeting, Wednes-
day m "an, 7 o'clock.

It is reported that the Suwannee
Electric Power Company will shortly
begin construction work on its propos-
ed railway to connect Jacksonville,
Fernandina, Live Oak, Lake City,
White Springs, Waycross, Valdosta,
Gainesville, Newberry and other points
in Florida and Georgia. The officers of

R L. ReHas BuL me tteu Ilv
lung Web.
G. L BRme, aw t LIkd bm m
n has lsed fma L P. Ndm the
S Oak bottle wrks ad phat fr
term of yead -am--s- dei ta
W&dayoftb moBLt b. bub.oa
emB emeeted with tie biT- wrl
fot soetdm, ad thre y -
stahmb tiM hbei I the aiWOr
world be is wd hLaow, hab heretbo.
lorn een emom etdm in nYkh m
pmaI Jamper, Whbit e ouHa s ad
aindDOwYlg Prm The wEr be m
ehageia the office of the be-
tia( worka. Mr. Whiteld, wo ho bi
for a log time had chare of the ea
business and maame retaa bb
poitio with Nr. Rou.
Mr. Holmes ha not full y deied
what be will do, bat one thi( is er-
tain-he will remain n or city and

Wnd some whuesto omfa We tbwe
and attent4ml

hunt: J. 3 L W

eawiq me

Wme app4 Id aftI me
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The Time-Union of Suaday has this
to say about thenew bosas associa
tio which Mr. Joel Tuekr, late of
Live Oak, has formed in Jaksonville:
"In today's ims will be fomd an aa-
vm meM t from a nw natl estat

iAve Oak FA r.
LI. fl h ................

p. P. E' Miness

I.ndb T* .4.
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L i Ci................
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concern. The membesofthe new fim Gr .I ........
are J. D. Shaylor, of this city, and J. Ciie'S B 2 ...
H. Tucker, of Live Oak. Mr. Shaylor b I Bak' ....
is well and favorably known in Jack- Total...........................
sonville, having been in business here Th *I m A
Trn, ports d
for a number of years. He was a narsl Al Wdo WI *
member of the firm of Jones & Shay- to.Le_.d we a d a qe iad~
lor in the dry goods business and later i By
was a member of the Simmons-Shay- Tr .er. wam raWa ted
lor Company, in the real estate basi- .su ..ff t may to I Ib ibft
ness. Mr. Tucker came here recently motion whic arie, a --
from Live Oak, where hq was promi- three (J Wa T. a a
nently identified with real estate and j. B ury) -e* p "-'- i t
other interests." inconwc t wth thI Ba
in purchasing the tuniS w IA
C. H. Dame, of Ocala, State Organ- cit haL
izer for the Woodmen of the World, T committee to ym O
who has been in this city for the pat No. '7 was refm eed for the a
week in the interest of that organiza- entim dt b*report sa I
tion, left yesterday for Jacksonvile tee wu d.ia u L
SWhile here Mr. Dame did some excel- A propm iti fin J. '
I-_A. _--L. *-- A- -Ak TIT.-..-. I A p ivp o-f m L J. ..B i--

W m i pr g viee 11 a I the company are: W. B. Owen, presi- let worK Ior wte woodmen oy secur-
g |Ib shand I 7p. m. dent; J. H. Phillips, secretary and ing some forty new members, and on
SO I o d Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. treasurer; D. G. Zeigler, general man- Tuesday night assisted in receiving
wl workers at 300 p. m. ager and chief engineer; and George about twenty of the members into the'
S i Pre Ir service Tueday 70 p. m. R. Lynn, vice president. All are citi-lodge and teaching them the mysteries
me o = JAMES LEE, Pastor. zens of Jacksonville.-Monday'sTimes- and works of the order. Twenty or
ai t o l yr W Union. more new members will be received in-
Father Bresnahan will say mass at 9 to the order next Tuesday night.
M fM f tA t oc'elok Souday morning and will x- J. Bresnahan, apostolic mission-
S p the service and also the vet-. ary, has been delivering some excellent The Democrat's good frid, L. S.
Si. t .i .v.. nv e I sermons this week in the Parshley Albritton, was in to see us Wednesday
u 4 was a the Parhley bildingnext door to building, next to the Suwannee hoteL and left the cash to renew his ubcerip-
t ythe S awannee hoteServices have been 7 p. m. every even- tion to the Democrat. Mr. Albritton
M we if sisty The pulpit of the Advent Christian ing. Mr. Breanahan is a very able is one of the county's best citizens and
church will be filled Sunday by the pu- man and his work here will no doubt an enterprising farmer. He reports
j tor of the Advent church at Dowling result in good. Tonight at 7 o'clock his section in good condition and the
I* Trmaeeaa Suowa- Park,t becaae f the illnessof Elder his subject will be, "What is Purga- farmers getting alog well preparing
Le L the regaur pastor here. tory?" their land for the spring planting.

.oferin to pay tM far dm -I b
front of their plue of bumM u
vote of council ase ed.
By vote of coiacJ. & WMe -
appointed to act wit dh a It
drawing primary eeMda.0mR
By vote of eom themWb
worth of city babs by IM
Trustees to the Cithrm -lek
nnanimniy ratjad
Om mobe m ad W MM4 w
Thursday evening, k t11. h
7'X m.
J. L WOOD, hr pm t
& P. MAYS, City CWe
Suhecrihe tfor lb -- *M












At the Leading Grocery--



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i-'p lbe adrI
1_RQG jAm bal n Rifurd
RL P. G. Ambue port pgmit
Eka tah m wa m ........w...............

pow xILT. & w pwt m
Graft f it koL .......................
vdh wkd T. -. y b .. ...........
lq I t___ -m m ,., & Bri.e Wdl tr bate
g ml k d m i a d a d lffi......................................
sI Ir. alms, turc..............
am -= nd wle d to A-i" m'-, h.......
f Soob d af t P m Uin Fad Com tea 2mo ......
Sa-t h. tad kem h pthe hb. J. F 1F ta....
d I w a tie p I aRo t c ...............
MW J. D. Ruer, teacher.........
do t Mr. A. Cam- W. AHum, tmder...........
be = -'t-m-m-or of Pe- C.. -Imk. te r...........
h Dol Had do ,............
PLL n w p grated the ea- LS. Saly, teher........
to PeP k hLsd home. L& S. elme c her............
e s*& be w re t O0i A. & C arvr, teher............
tQd theg & psTvir of the G. W. Ljnd teacher..............
l "- ---- I be allowed to se Clara O'Hara, teacher..............
S..l d e m -b left over thee Clara Washington, teacher......
SOt MeItbI is woth.k i. T. Duke, teacher ...............
W thtl J. W. Hawkim be paid Rma hi teacher ..............
O wl Up et m well at R oe J. N. Rodg, teacher ..........
uhSL na per contract of the old Faie Dahple, teacher......
M WWalk Howlad, teacher...........
b ided thAt o. Le- Fanny teacher...............
.m" L. m.1 A w.mow ftf-_*__ U;&16- i l m 1 4, ^---1---

- I -ad oeper nV w of Hick-'

%lpft, .--oL& of I Thompea
ts mM, Pd,ad aRuie Steph-
Smat warw deferred oO aecont

lb M M toe he lbd M cold
p~mp a t6eym= be aold other.
gwo' --dwm o s hool property in
odnef momlbu m y beugsd
~edm epirt Oprnr t Mbvth
Mad d peo ItuL w have
ltMl-iy insurd that
tbO of ta Chool li s the
3 .X~ a sFlidet which wa
lti to M aft,
Sabf paeo d that he eak

lb I "ad that was raised
Oltbp mA at Webo^n, was
n I t the people
L i9 1 t psdd ther board o

% Md eia that tte pople
iammb-so IM perty for pub.
L- ft- (ay school, church
Ml .. a. -ing. ,etc.,)
Sk IMs m ad d other of
g ogamr I w that the
wd -M tuk aen of.

L & i6d, h"pan prt payment
a M^ 0 Id t retaiad until

Gifford Hall, teacher..............
Bessie Rober teacer...........
C. J. JJhsoo, teacher.............
Loan Goff, teacher ..................
Josie Boa ht, teacher ..........
May Ward, teacher.................
Mamie Tia, teacher ............
B. J. Padgett, teacher ............
J. A. Horn., teacher..........
H. Those. Tool, teacher...........
Ages King, teacher ...............
Ida K. Brown, teacher............
Ceia Forrest. teacher.............
F. A. Stokes teacher..............
L B. Edwards, teacher ......
Virinia WigWeld, teacher......
Jmsse A. Lae, teacher...........
Cl Hall, teacher ..................
Myrther T. Wilso, teacher.....
Katharine Boulwe, teacher...
Wall Howland, teacher.........
Blanche Wolf, teacher l mo..
Fannie Dalryple, teacher......
Ottis Haddock, teacher............
Lottie McD aniel, tacher........
Live Oak Mfg Co. lumber bill...
W. H. White, drayage............
Suwannee Hw. Co. incidentals.
G. B. Lord, commission ..........
Live Oak Pub Co. pub minutes.
KE. W. Jenkins, work on seats..
W. H. Ogden, Mem. of Bd......
W. L. Mclnnis, Mem. of Bd....
C. H. Brinso, Mem. of Bd......
J. E. Wood, drawing deed.......
First National Bank, interest...
J. W. O'Hara, stationery......






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Live Oak N .L
L & Edwa i imlr........... U -
L. B. Idwa6 far jA- .. 30.00
Myra L. a ot d........ Tab50A
M. M. Wert, tac ............. 50.0
Ida W. Peamy, er................ 500
B"i PHr tader........... 50.00

Nette Swiatm, teacher........... 0 L
Sae An&dMa teacher........... 5.00
Frt Nat. Bk., ite ............. 2L26
Cities ankinter. ............. .21
L B. Edward, teacher...... 75.00
Total ............................ ( 9. 79
Welborn No. 2.
F. L Hulsey, teacher.............. 10.00
First National Bank, interest.... 32
Citizens Bank, interest .............. 1.47
Total ................................. 11.79
O'Brien No. 3.
First National Bank, interest..... 24
Citizen BankTinterest.......... 06
Total ........................... '
T--; BraBnnford No. 4. 'JMw
W. G. Blanched, teacher....... | 40.00
Citizens Bank, interest ...........- 67
Total................................. $ 40.67
wiBu-.r4 lington No. 5. L ;
Se RewMg, teacher........... 0O

Total............... ................. $ 7l.33
lHouston N.. a.
Della Goff, teacher................... 30.00
Citizens Bank, interest........ 100
Total ............... .............. $ 31.00
Midway No. 9.
J. A. Home, teacher............ .... 10.00
K J. Blame & Co. incidentals. 66
Citizens Bank, interest ............ 33
Total................................. 10.98
STotal amount in all $3,569.00. .-
d Theretbent io further bsines the
Drod adjored to meet Ihe 1st Tir
day in March.
C. H. BRINSON, Chmn.
J. W. O'HARA, Sec. and Supt

Rev. R. V. Atkisson, Pastor.
Services at 11 a. m., subject: "What
is Salvation?" Evening services, 7:15 I
p. m. Subject: "Christ the True
Sunday-school 930 a. m.
Junior League 2:30 p. m.
Senior League, Monday 730 p. m.
Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednes-
day 7:30 p. m.
Good music-fe pews and a cordial
welcome to all

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For the emooplet ca Ir
Colds, Asthma ad BremeMth t
lung complaints tenmlfg to MME
tiom. Uuatm, T M imu m
have for aut MnataM -- l b
lUsed reputatato a a tabidn
Coagh Remedy. It coatelm aW 40
um or harmful drn eg a lhm
with safety to cldren. Prie SL.
Sold by druggts. WlltaM M gT. N
Co., Props., CleveLad, Sm n
Drug Co.
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Washington, D. C, 3d

Atlantic Coast

Account Inaugural CirufI

President-Elect Taft

Tickets on sale Febrmry U Vt, 1
and 3rd, nal limit to r.ah Iorwi (t I
not later than midnight h 10th.



For further information, reu'vnratioa, a .,
on nearest Ticket Agent, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Division Paumg Af(
Jacksonville, Fla.
C. J. CRAIG, Pass. Traffic Mgr., T. C ,WHnTI. M v "

A Farm for

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A Wefll Reglated

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Properly conducted, is like a mutual benefit
society, not only profitable to the owners,
but also to the patrons thereof. When we
consider OUR interests, YOURS are con-

sidered also.

That is to say, we must give

value received and conduct business in a
satisfactory manner. We have been trying
to do this for twenty-four years. Our suc-
cess in business is proof of this to a consid-
erable extent at least. As in the past, our
aim for the future is to give you the best
service possible. We are always looking
for improvement and something better than
we formerly had by way of service and bus-
iness methods, and always the best goods
we car. get for the price.

Have you neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pain
in loins, side. back, groins and blad-
der? Have you a flabby appearance
of the face, especially under the eyes?
Too frequent a desire to pass urine?
If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you-at druggists, price 50c.
Williams M'f'g. Co.. Props., Cleve-
land. 0. Suwannee Drug Co.

No. #A65. j
At Li'.e (Oak. in the State Jf Florida, at the,
I clx *jf bui-ine.s. Febru.rj 5, j:w '

Loars and Dkn,,uJ 's I
Overdrafts. secured and u secured
SU. S. Bonds tU secure clrcu.ation
Premiums on U. S. bonds
Stocks, securities. etc .........
Banking house, furn:.,;re ar.d :Ait.re
Other rri! estate ouwrt~J
Due frum Nat:;na! Hanks r(nut
reserve agent)
Due from approved rr5errve
Cbecks and o:her cash item.i
Notes of other Na;iunal Banks
Fractional pajer currency.
nickels and centL ........
iSpecie $10.255 S
S4gal-tender nuts 6i662 'O
Redemption fund with L'. S.
Treasurer 15 per cent of cir-



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We have divided a 54,Wm e owrl
Truck Farms costsiumi

10 to 1,000 Acres per h

AT $200 EACN

$10 Cash and $10 per A

No Interest!

No Tali,'

We want a reliable a-,,d ,.:, ,tv.,
town to form clubs of .? pr*q~w ,,
We will furnish rounl tr;i, rx;t,, *,,.-.
to one member uf each JlAb bt -.it, t %
pay liberal commission. Fdll ertH. iis

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94 Gowe Nadwom of our.name-
whoSIMIN nhAmirLMayeao
00u l owumb 'n in erm is
S*3 malmo ta tdo GOwmer'
~of Now DIk U. atcb-
an V"so Iso muer winl at
inmqw t1 *as am*tw 16a M.
fbl"mas"t e @m"to too hw
I" dob*mirulsrpb* seted
~~*3 th If th lqhlatw
MW ISdut ot" th pons-at
=aie~r*mown=wesio "t helm
b~ft of GUNK ho the Iqieltu
ho wmuas -Wtlyto dleto ad
lb. Mo~ wM be mood.It isr-w
am*"idot Pwo received a ad
hbwm --. vt. fom the 4th of
ft& Iintl *l.htu' ectd, and
me aid without protest-Volmia

MI PM fer Pad PuhPrs
What is mee a Ithe newspaper
bh*es? Hery Wattron is a pac-
ticala poor ma, working for a al-
ary. Yet, he is a well in the
ivlsed world as Bryan, Rooevelt,
dima. or Rckefedler. His peranal
hauam e as a private cities in Amerie
weld exceed that of Roosevlt's or
Taft's as private eitisena, or Rocke-
faler's without hi weth. Or is the
spdurd of newspaper success based
Mpo wealth? If so who is the most
aneeuaful of the wealthy, Hearst, Bern-
aett, Politr, t al? Is Watteron
Ies a seeeo th thth last three mm-
timed? IsJohn Templ Grave more
a om than his eaployr, Wi.
Hear? If Graves is ore a mmeee
th BHrwt, thea which was irst, th
be or the eg? There's % ome i
ebt for the pmsil pher to slve.
-White a Herald.

1 es tab LeUWe PMS rm.
S D y eei dtam f d Plri-of which he
* bawMier riat -w l daeep syr
Swith M W Br Hary WattesoM
Sof te Ll-Ire ourioew Jormda in the
* uter aZeae which has j tak
rome h as ter priad member of
Wh kmyi. The beeavemet deprived
m e Tamp d the pleare of being
ad eti g ad doing him honor as
eroo the distuisbed guests of a
dlw occasion. It will fall like
a bb to lear that Mr. Watterson an-
mae es his permanent retirement from
te platform which he graces with an
mar-n-u sad deicacy second to no
ma Lt I hope that time may soften
he low and that he will return to the
SaMv which he served the people
wIb l much seil and so great profit
to te clase which flock to his in-
Atrtwu sand ministrations.-Tampa

Mhm-e- to a Cesvkt.
On another page of this paper is a
Iry of Ithumanity that should bring a
M"h of sham to the face of every
Feda aM d sense of indignation that
*emid not cool until the last vestige in
te tolerable convict lease system is
wiped o the statue books and the par-
io iti of arh rimnE a a this whkin_

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Phone 214. Office: Prshley.




hearteie nrt of a n~p woman aid
atr of the Chrith people of Pery.
-DOMhakM Bamr

kSphlem., whose name mgtos
Uys beeids the Amuries kds of
p aro dtwaa bas.eome fwardu ama
exeapar. This little town down in
Lirty county, if we are not mistake,
ha re~hld to put togood use theen
timan of iure who are brought be-
fore its loel coat It meum to ake
the hep in beautifying a city whom
hopitaity they hae abied and whom
laws thy have broke.
Hereafter, in Sophoppy, every indi.
visual who baa ber uaratd, bees
hauld to court, who ba been fined ad
ho, upa reaching down in his jeaws
to ind the wkrewithal" ha found it
laokih, willbe put to wrk to plant
two cabbage pshal o to add to the
ade attraction of the town.
The schee is a excellt one. and
i nt m s kpay larger cow'uniti to
adopt it-Sanford Hald.

W UOUb Ph* Sh
paper factory to be located
at Olkoar Will wil pat a vaehs *po th
p saps which -ow due our
ldad a an aeyar tte faier.
stumta p willb IedwlkthewIatn
ltor f paper a r th anew pro-
a Ti wiH beo of the largest
pwmilsin the UnitedStatea. Itis
id the plant will cost about two mill-
io ddkla and will employ a large num-
er of hand. It s being innced by
its promoter, C. W. Chaso of Gaines-

ville dbyea Cawm'ad flsh dpi-
tUlt Paper mad from pm iids

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to be oper to thao t afw iI
Fiber, an y rep seat re
hkMa p isd ske e' n-- iM|qf*Ao
Fora ue wett u t i fle -,-w ay iM
proetohtepkh bel g a tactqer heU
forebap pnawtimofo idwt at hehm op
MdUl material ofs m oda*
ted in oe of its cities.-
WOffh I Op .
We obser that someofour otea.-
pon aeeona ina toinvhe agatpis th I fe
conviet lease system, I sght e e eU
tirly of the icidet that the dotors ad at for i fmi
preeoribe otdaoor exercise a the beet aee dm iedh
medicine een for inva&l The edit, Tam, Tr
of this peper believes that with proper -
retrictionsas tohoursof bor, coB-
fortable clothing and qu ad' Wlliam' bli a M
nourishing food theA unfortunate are u l w e M& ef -
better of at work m the opea them Pil It abMrt th eLtb
they would be in clkee oimameat at itcbb at Mase, am o
sedentary employment. It would eem iv lastat rt a W
an easy matter for the board of state d Oti mt bh
istitutios to prescribe the quaftipy Sol yjdrby r' o e
ad character of tothian neces ry for WHUams T9VLS
* eeafort of the convieta ad t We lad, 0. omi Iq
army ratio wi certainly furnish them _
the basis fo preacribin aer ahing ad
maninga food. This ration embreas
nothing but plain food, but is scietif-
ieally based on the needs of robust
men.-Starke Telegraph.

; Considerable peculation has been in- .
dulged in throughout the city based on
A.U. ML4.0 SZ.+ _. __ _:. ____ -.

w eaw tut mr. Bryan was pa a
large sum of money by the State Fair
Association to come to Tampa and de-
liver his several address here. The
fact is that Mr. Bryan received only
isexpenses from Lincoln to Tampa



,drice, $2.75

. HIS TOOL is exceedingly useful to own-
I era of small gardens.
It will throw a furrow four to six inches
wide and one to six inches deep, and deeper
by going twice. Furrows for manure or seeds
can be opened and covered. In cultivating,
plow away. weed and olow back agrin_

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pW 5 at r--Wabaigtone Star.

: Btatertay Night
broad faced, blue eyed
bft q how it b opened
l cae home so late

Il wo to K Waaved for
I-U Od, "ke waits so lon
i 4 tt psm then befoe him
o eep Inn the chair while
ANL The the barber,
hi lets him sleep
e s ater ha hae e fin-
-.h. Bat 1 don't see bow
aime with a danerous
aI mvr his fac. I

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a m em to whm the
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"Wy, wvht.i teth do yoe rutw
itS a imwe e policy? You bave
i vtik or cbimd."
ftft what I doW tor him but
S f te tk all do m a. oDe amt
10 bei d at *a bat hudDm', A
bLM I trd br tave me or W d m'
m inka I b Hewa 't grine 1t'
'O mt ihad f I did't buy ow. Dy.
A't ow nBo em in New Yawk 'les
e has a 'ance policyr-Woma's
Hm- MCo*Bukm

Eoemmy of Cotly Foods.
TMe eomM of expensive foods Is
almed lby the fact that digetio,
at t ta man,a dependent upoe
tvn without which it o asto
tUie tat ve do not obtain tht.good of
the food ve swallow. As tar as ex-
pslmesos go, they sub mtiate thari
imntos, for tbetht and Imeul of
indr food sta rt the flow of dl-
VgtWn Ul, while disreeamble odmo
Mad ebMt fp t'It Delicatemen, the
VOWM "srl to be tape for they an

trad ler s tor di beterionto of
Whet seem to be extrava-
tIn food porchase may be
eiwtlnct The high cost of
riBg toI partly due to the cost of th&'
Ivren we need. We commend thes;
Mess to oar worthy dietetic coao-j
isto. LIaymen may not be so foolish
U the physlologat themselves. -
Ameriean Medicine.

A Novel IMothod of Advrtising.

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Il r#Wl ta Ius upo E thso mW
AX bet o bebeams oaIN t mta

Very Ulky.
Tl fouoin It a a peak M rWI
a tw-yerbld oy:
any Ut babeows v y lkj o.

wr irr yotfi old I wr Uu f ftW
rM vea M s e Iwe org at
m em Wo ad a tt 9 t mt my 1
VtI l w 4Wt I vw 40 1"

me trew u oa t of the trap; a
ar Nt a o his ar Is n u 1ka
bie sh bwro Lart year I w as
', ad 1 r o itttato Mrqawl f wt
y Kyow, id ttI b as u ft aBEL
OM day I weat tIto the elabnter
bo- and a b ig aeep us after =
ad knocked m down. I h e had a
happy "
T cheerful accepance of wrat an
lay repnd asu thea id of te W-
Sthe writer of an old achooi
fbeow wh took part ia the fha at
DImIoeLeagle at the dobesa ofa the
ath Afriaent war. After the enae-
mat e was taken t the boital at
PMeteruiafUbug. As oooa e was
abl e wrote home and seat h peo-
ple the tunic he ad worn in the
"omu wl oe," he wrote, "that there
an re veabUet holea in It, bt I was
awfully lacky. Only i of them hit
me."-aeveland Leader.
brty Kinds ofr Iaensm
To most perom in the temperate
smM a baun a Ibanaas. But the
tOth Is that then are tova rixty
known varitie of the frit, with a
puat or greater varetina eheracter
asu to the diMfent kinda of apple
Hawa to lad to hae aomettng over
hfrty diOtlct varieties of the frit
most of which bare been lntjduccd
by the whites. Some of thee are of
extnmely delicate and delicious favor,
while other kinds an used, if at al
only when cooked In various way*.
There a acareely a city houaet or
country "kuleana" or homestead which
does not have a clump or two of ba-
manal. which grow with practicaly nO
care, new plants or suckers shooting
up to replace the ones which have
fruited and been removed.-Los An-

A storekeeper In a small out of the j" Thsaes.
way town many years ago hit upon a
novel method of advertising his store. Th a
He conceived the idea of buying up Every bee
the stock of stamps at the postoffice aound is
acrss the way. The postmaster ob- n the bo
ejected to be denuded of all his stock, microscope
but his mysterious customer demanded. liegs ol
the stamps over the counter, sheet aft. frt p of stli
or sheet, as an ordinary member of ,ai r
the public until he had bought every tl, so a to
stamp to be had. Then he took the i the bee's
stock over to his store across the road succofu
and plastered his windows with no-! esg l poll
tices that postage stamps were only three day
to be had at his store, and to his mtor-1
tifcatlon the postmaster had to send, Tr
customers across to the store over the Howell-'W
way for any stamps they needed until ing that I A
some days after be once more got in a on fire? P4
stock from headquarters. i were too mi

Won a Wife by His Skill.
Action was a Gre about the time of Alexander, and he
won his wife by his great work. He
painted a picture called "'The Nuptials;
of Aexander and Roane," which was'
exhibited at the Oympic games. It

ye have
it 25.

se's Market Basket
carries his market basket
tind legs. Any one exam-
Mly of the bee through a
will observe that on the
1 the creature there Is a
f hairs on the surface, the!:
aching each other at thE
form a sort of cage. This
basket, and Into it after
I journey he will cram
en to last him for two or

ying to Explain.
'hat did you mean by sfay-
would never set the world
oweU-I meant that you
uch of a gentleman to do

First, orgiv.
ye stand prying, forgive. it
aught against any, that your
also which s in heaven may
you your trespa .-St Mark i


M d t MM a d *s
-me a We1 me

how i s-"f-r Mb r L owt I m t m

The lh"oC the NNtou E
-, bu*y have I bhI b

dta boomat to*to mem am Wa 4000
egwmml u lal wpo Flmb m

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s m Im-y bette a Io t t h
pair PRWL tuod bf to u g r l

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asqirye 9,yeouda4*mtftadv Ita"goI mam

Ano e r" R et.-arertd MaM I
betterabetokmeIt U
swmbhlse, end after a aw a eMTsW.
wl the two withdrew. Fortune- I MN& M I
ly the b in r. VlveduIts IISc tI w hO m e ft s
amd so &e* #aord a s a ent-Eaper. y o* ma

A Pur Por the Bride.
Some briea may be Inclined to re-
gret tht the old mUrie costom of
the dow panLe a ts te into dram.
It wa the cubo od the brideoows
to il a pune with a goodly mm of
moWy and piaet It to the bride eO
the wedding day as the price of the
prhae of her pero It aoonds like
slavery. Mk t the buyin of goods adt
ehattlo, yet the bride had a nice m.
ts M of moSy f or her own uas:
omr of the odat tnhabiltant of
(hledad may remember a smlar1
etom In that county. The bride-
0room provided hmaelf with a num-'
ber of gl and liver pices, and at
the word "with all my worldly ooda
I thee endow" he handed the cler-
man his tee and poured the other;
cons Into a handkerchIef held out for
that porpo7e by the brle. In otr:
places, a the bride ad the riSht
to kh he habad for a gift of money
or property on the day after the wed-
dling and he was bound In honor to
grant the request-London Answers

en Franklin's Keemess.
Two incidents recall the keenness
and the thoroughness-the great twin
abilities, to see and to utilie-of Ben:
Franklin. One day be chanced to ob,
serve a lady in the possession of an
imported whisk broom. With his usual
Interest and careful consideration he
examined it as a novelty. He disco-
ered on the brush of the broom a seed,
which he carefully removed. Present.
ly be planted it and the growth from
this seed was the first crop of broom,
corn in this country. Again one day
when Dr. Franklin was walking by
Dock creek he saw stuck In the mud
a wickerwork basket, which had
sprouted. Carefully he fished out the
basket and carefully took It apart He
gave cuttings to his friend, Mr. Charles
Norris, who planted the twigs in his
garden, where they grew to great sise.
They turned out to be yellow willows
and, as Franklin bad foreseen, proved
of great commercial value.

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