Title: Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00551
 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 26, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00551
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACE4563
oclc - 33273856
alephbibnum - 000398954
lccn - sn 95026787
 Related Items
Other version: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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The Mutual Life

Insurance Company


Organized in New York State 1842

Began Business 1843

The fiscal year ending December 31st, was pre-eminently a prosperous one for the policyholders of this Company.
material respect their interests have been advanced.
Favorable features of the year may be noted as follows:

The assets are now $539,038,968.13, an increase of $44,861,947.10.
The total net reserve for outstanding policies and annuities is $433,137,716.00, an increase of $13,042,974.00.
The reserve held for payment of deferred, dividends and other contingencies (so-called "surplus") is $85,84,991.20, an incra
o $28,314,221.75.
The premium income for 1908 was $58,994,653.29, an increase of $2,355,453.09.
The total income for 1908 was $84,880,026.81, an increase of $3,705,552.96.
The new insurance paid for (not including revived) was $93,926,992.00, an increase of $45,206,942.00.
The interest and rents received were $24,300,559.94, an increase of $1,466,453.91.
On the other hand, the death claims paid during the year were $21,664,819.77, a decrease of $1,629,213.04.
Increased Dividends

There has been appropriated for dividends to be paid in 1909 the sum of $11,092,282.38.
Th sum greatly exceeds the largest amount ever before paid as dividends in a single year by any company. The increase
bL hi the aual dividends of The Mutual Life in recent years, as a result of changes and improvements instituted by the
& ~d Truata, is unparalleled.
In Economy of Management the Company Stands Pre-eminent
T total expense of management (exclusive of taxes) paid in 1908 was $7,123,180.69.
Tk is but 8.39 per cent. of the total income-a lower ratio of expense than any American company doing an active bus-
I Itofore been able to show. It has sometimes been asserted that the decreasing expenses of various companies m re-
p are due merely to a smaller amount of new insurance written. This is not true of The Mutual Life. Although there
mr iamrae in new paid-for business in 1908 of $45,206,942.00 over the amount written in 1907, involving an increase of
l8 in Ant commissions, the other expenses show reductions aggregating $738,799.14, making a net reduction in expense
BeL mrnt of $306.118.31.

Balance Sheet, December 31, 19o8



Olasns on
i a psihe
i (Wok value)

Real Estate

and Stocks (market value)

ft.. .. .... ...................................
' t and Rents, due and accrued
irft in course of collection

Admitted Assets........

...... $ 26,196,029.54
... ...... 126,120,961.39
.... 3,926,622.04
............ 3,850,765.03

Net Policy Reserve.... ...................
Other Liabilities on Policies ....................
Premiums and Interest paid in advance
Dividends payable in 1909 .. ....
Miscellaneous Liabilities .... ..........
Held for future dividends and contingencies

Total Liabilities

.. $433,137,716.00
......... 85,844,991.20


J. H. BRASWELL, District Manager

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Office: Parshley Building







Palatine Insurance Company of London; assets --------- -$3,063,759
People's National Fire Insurance Co., Philadelphia; assets ------ 2,000,000

The Record of 1908

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LA. 4


Dry Goods, Shoes, Jewelry, S

Commencing Monday, Feb. 22nd, 1

,TUST a few words by way of explanation, so that the public may understand the lull n

of this trade event. Owing to the large stock o
anticipation of a very large increase in my business, I
ANCE SALE that will be memorable in the history
business than ever before, but owing to the prevailing
not been realized, and I find I am largely overstocked
avoid carrying over goods from one season to another,
hence I have inaugurated this CLEARANCE SALE,

Winter Goods on hand purchase
am determined to inaugurate a CLEA
of Live Oak I have don a
depression in trade, my anticipatins l
with Winter Lines for this sento TO
I am willing to make a Great SI i
and I intend it shall clean out my nrt

Winter Stock, so as to make room for our Summer Line, as I shall spare nothing and mr
nothing, enabling the community to secure some of the GREATEST BARGAINS cva AYI

I Shall Smash Dollars Into Cents During the Next Fifte.I h

This is not an ordinary sale by any means. I will surprise the entire public with the magnitude of my B"I"
and the community may come prepared to see the Greatest Bargains ever offered, for the Ruthsu Knife of R!
has been applied.
We have a large stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Skirts on hand which we will sell at a great sacrifice. I wor INt
to quote prices on same, but it is impossible for me to describe to you the grade of goods which I am offertn to M
uch Bargains. Come and see for yourself and be convinced that this is no ordinary sale by any mcan.

Bdween 9 and 9:15 A. M., we will
scJl lOc yd. Amoskeag Gingham at 6c
i o mre than ten yards to each customer.)
Limn in all colors, best grade, yard
wide, prices 25 and 35c per yard;
during Sale ..-18c
No mwre than ten yards to each customer.)

French Dress Gingham, best quality,
that sells for 15e per yard; during
Sale at .. 10c
(No more than ten yards to each customer.)
Best grade Silk, in all colors; regular
price, 50c per yd.; during Sale at 39c
(No more than ten yards to each customer.

I Also in the aftermoon, betwem and
2:15 P. M, we will s4Cl yvrd %
Bleaching, best grade. weh li,
per yard, for Se
(No more tdm ten tr& t wm-d -M-

Remember, this Offer will"continue every day during Sale

, this Sale commences MONDAY, FEB. 22, and contims If f h

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Don't forget that we are headquarters for everything in our line.

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Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons

Live Oak, Florida

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wshete b disapproved and repudiated i
I H L v i ? It has ot only been disapproved m
kbI& the people at the polls, but congress i
go" do t lW d toadoptitauan amendment to c
l tihe Aldrih-Vreeland bill, and other!
asg r ef m : Utates have refused to make it a part i
I U of their law.
I b.otot i Seventy-five years ago the State of (
Ml U Mt& a pk d N- o New York put a similar law upon its t
m k u b aebes statute books, but after a few years' t
bei I---M d tleir trial it was repealed as being inequita-
g *m a -MWu, be and opposed to public policy. It
w te "t te wiUl likewise came up before the Ohio legis-
S l -t -r.- me of nature and was overwhelmingly defeat-
-- TM ?sq-estisn ed, ad Kansas refused to even consid-
I a H- me, a bvi er the scheme some time ago; but we
t to IM i me form understand it is now before the Kansas
SS* s t darkg &the legislature again.
li. "y advoated it "Is our State different from other
*ifL berete me*ego of States; are we different from the
t60 ilMk coavetioa at Union? Are not our banks as safe and
Bt1 hs Meaventi o honest as those in other States? Have
|~hL lathedm erati plat- we come to the point where we have
' tM as d its principal lost confidence in our banks? But we
)i -wh-L is one among are told that should a bank collapse un-
N 4 why it should be der this guarantee system, every depos-
M W Iteo lislatmre. itor would be paid, no one would sus-
Mle prsidential candi- tain a loss. But there is another side
is ll4mpi before the na- to this question. Somebody must lose.
I pbi~i r, aad upon this Who is it? The fact of the guarantee
Sgfivia meuh strem to does not eliminate or reduce the losses
l it in almost every from bad banking-it merely transfers
1~hla4 th campaign, and them to other shoulders. The respon-
l tM at every intelligent sible banks will have to stand up to the
t t question and his rack and pay the depositors of the fail-
Ip it before casting his hal- ing institutions. The assessments they
-nu r. Bryan was defeat- pay into the guarantee fund will be de-
t o by t their votes did not ducted from the profits of their own
i1leamtrr of bank deposits prudently conducted institutions, and
d" ttitution. The people reduced dividends to the stockholders,
Sp h g overn-the people do or increased rates of interest upon loans
FL Tte why should it be must be charged, or both, in order to
In the people of one State enable them to pay their assessments;
Ji mwh the Union as a so the burden of guarantee-the loss

Simple Remedy
Md a par rgeltable extract, a simple,
MtoiA renwedy, recommended to girls and
S4d ag s, for womanly pai irregularity,
hu twn'vowt.e s, weakness, and any
I t e' pwliar to Ifmd


a mi uaiv VAU

hen a bank fails-will fall upon the
an who is compelled to borrow money
n order to conduct his business, or up-
n the stockholders, or both.
"Under this system good banks are
unquestionably obliged to place their
valuable guarantee blindly upon a lot
of institutions about whose condition
;hey know little or nothing, the oper-
tion of which is, therefore, not to make
all banks equally good, but rather to
make them all equally bad.
"Another fact urged in favor of this
measure is that the State of Oklahoma
has adopted this system. We cannot
see that this is a reason why Florida,
the best State of them all, should enter

into the guarantee business.
this youthful and spectacular


er has placed a statute upon her books I
does not auger that it is either, safe, 1
sound or practicable. The ways of the
westerner have been known to be un-
safe when adopted by a quiet southern-
er. We suggest to the legislature that
it consider this matter carefully; re-
member that congress has recently re-
fused to adopt it, found it bad and
abandoned it, and that several other
State legislatures considered it and gave
it up as impracticable.
Six Nights "Go as You Please" Race.
How many tired fathers and mothers
in this town enter this race every night
carrying a baby? And they wonder
what the matter is. Chances are the
child is starving-worms are eating all
of its feed. Most children have worms;
yours needn't. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge will get rid of the worms and
strengthen the child. Price 25c per
bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.
Messrs. Burr & Massey, chairman
and special counsel for the Railroad
Commission of Florida, are now in
Louisville, Ky., attending a conference
of the Mutual Audit Co., who are em-
ployed by the Commission in making an
audit of the Louisville & Nashville Rail-
way account books. This audit will be
used in the case of the Commission
against the L. & N. road by which it is
hoped a reduction in passenger rates
may be secured.

Baby Hand*
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 Suwan-
nee Drug Co.

Worn Oat.
That's the way you feel about the
lungs when you have a bacin congh.
It's foolishness to let it go on and trust
to luck to get over it, when Ba&hrd's
Horehound Syrup will stop the cough
and heal the lungs. Price 25c, Oc and
$1.00 per bottle. 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.

PP" There m,
carcely limit to the
1poible improvement in Med,
btit takes time and money. We hae
been improving flower and egetble
seds for over 5o ean. More than a
peop are working to make Perry'
ds uit you. Bay the best-Perry'.
For sle everywhere.
SEers eos a mAwr.IA




Cough Syrup

Relieves Colds by working them
out of the system through a copious
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
strengthening the mucous mem-
branes of the throat, chest, lungs and
bronchial tube

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Professional CarJ

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Postomce BuildiOn
'PUONs No. 1.

J. L. LEE,
Attorney at La
Office over Sandlin's St(.rc
attention given all busmin.
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....-- -- IMImrn TUT M r
mnW t rre di-toftb9O
A B- --w L fourmely yied in Fleri
Mts big*y d the State ad its pe-
Iow US ia AXT ph atd is a orthodox dimwt hai
writt a letter to that paper which is
.- atewthy in more ways than one ad
MI N IrM MW Iat eeai frood for vry Mrioua thought
IN IW Uw Oa a. m the pat of the citiemsof Flrida
Pre B He protests against the protective tar.
mn i o alumber~a t oaly as bl a ogcOt-
"ry to a fdmimametal dprntiy doe-
tru, but a resulting in a policy of
m a rapid d rumois waste of our resour-
aIm l as o( P ut ae d dg&rti (oa or fosets for
-- which there e*a hbe as adequate corn-
*m! \ p., lpunatio= and which thi and nmed-
-a mat rg ig g ti w bitterly and vainy
m t d r gr et. Saw-milling is oneofourlead-
& 0. i be UW n U aI nmtrins i Flridai and it is ot
I t- la W y them popular to say anything that would
Sa e ma. sa- tto diconge it, but twenty or
__ b h thirty yeams hence whe the sw-mills
Jl. b O n wwi iD hb ve bee dilmantled became the for-
lm i b r to a Deer eats havevanishe, we will see more
A- i& .L that he isdom i the following from the Chi.

St m e bater m of arther
r* utll te. L Cold a party
WOP 1Pql 3y m a-erMelI?

i Ot amhp of amy cher-
-.- ~ aL Teddy wm't with
so &a Oki* was he wgstiM
adm tb rti by is action, a&
f a aib-evsmem t is a big father
ibb ie er a onto Teddy the

S a dof the White Springs
OM- mo -a bit with hiswrite-up of
0"m rwiii," but he omittedso
- dr l aomr th st that we may
ye7 te the matter with Hetherig-
. d the Lakedad News, and calla
em nties d the disappointed to see
tht wa t justice in the premises.
tI there may be some trouble in hiring
a hh rpW eouh to hold the dele-

Up i Rlamke, Va., the other day a
a r e criminal was caught and le-
CpWr tri eav icted and sentenced to
-m withi twenty-four hours after
he hld emitted the crime. If our
--,. arlw-mvig ldal machinery
a eeer the ceatry could get a move
* t Ie that and produce results
-mak sd~atory. the strongest mo-
O h lr byewah would be removed and
It nqga e the mob would end.

I iMa Cla has eminated him-
9f i hu it of possible candidtes
ta m- a atwer Tataferro by wri-
Sti M lar Gnr that he is "not in
f eme a m iat to suceeed Sena-
0 W M- aad that m all human
a he i m ever be candidate
b as. Mr. Clark has made so
M- Mll in the lower house of
aB| a beea of so much practical
IM Lto be eastutwnts there that
6 hl be rlertat to give him up
b Io e lNaghtr place. But he's
1 ea- ei aoe a&l the same.

to 4 a wdet dream a fairy tale,
a ae v9 Wr w ild., beautiful de-
It of *evwruaht hope resulting
I ea Nri me-M-s. or s it sober truth
ia lmKy' '. mean that blessed
my a our mews columns that Live
4 to a lat to get that new union de-
pt TWhe eor itaerf is all right no
Nae shut it. but will it come true?
*atM t >r4 u'1n o)ur people have
bo M( (ff 1, hunk with castles in
S pan n trh, matter that until they see
Math s. <.f trw 'n c~ Jdeft going up
the) *i;. c>,t.:.., to reside in Missouri
and rrqu*ti i; pet' .rcl e to b shown.

cago man's letter in the Ocala Banner
than most of us do now:
"A protective tariff is robbery at
bet, but on lmber it is worse. It not
oly make it harder for a poor man to
obtain a home or improve his farm, but
denudes our forests and impoverishes
the country for the immediate benefit
of a few saw-mill owners. Florida's
wealth as a health resort depends large-
ly on its pine forests, and aside from
that, every pine, cypress, oak, hickory,
ash, elm and every other tree now
growing in Florida will be needed for
the development of the State. With a
reasonable conservation of the natural
advantages of Florida it is only a ques-
tion of a few years when its population
will be increased many fold. The eyes
of the world are being turned to its
many advantages, and soon a stream
of immigration will be pouring in upon
you that will make a home demand for
every available tree.
"The exportation of lumber should
at once cease. It might seem a hard.
ship to those who have large invest-
ments in saw-mill property, but every
tree is worth double as much standing
as it is cut into lumber. It is not very
many years since northern Michigan,
Wisconsin and Minnesota were covered
with a dense growth of Norway and
white pine, mostly the latter. It is
practically all gone, though much of it
would cut 20,000 feet to the acre. Flor-
ida pine will not average more than
4,000 feet, and one half, at least, is cut
off, and Florida is an unsettled State.
Were all the pine and cypress standing
that has been cut in Florida it would
sell today for more than double the
money realized for the lumber. I be-
lieve there is not a mill owner in your
State that will dispute that assertion.
Better for Florida could there be placed
a heavy tax on every foot of lumber
exported; better still could the expor-
tation be prohibited.
"Congress is framing laws for the
conservation of the forests, and you
are asking your representatives to en-
act or retain a law which aids the de-
struction of your most valuable tim-

fan tha* Mt* AbusI d
fraaidb i ct N -rlils litil
arm torieka ..ed..- Itta k
mald, we-aMd mto keep that
lab le-r, ad a m Os tha ea ow
in we have head a bright lawyer
devote imid with feVid esimb-
for bhalt fm or or m m n in urm
efanaiu n btio jury of the e dia-
tnctia on the subjet, ad lmi* ion
himself in such a metaphyeal base
that he diW't know ware the ie was
himself. Th jury, f cour wv hopj
laly befpd, and i that lamimo
tateof aad brought in arwdictof
aot guqlty, rm rdlm f the facts.

The veta argument that if you
drve t he eloou ot of th town you
cripple the bm interests of that
town, has loq ago had thelife knocked
out of it by the oic of prohibition
-'omnnit~ai bettered in every by the
enforced departure of the alooa-
rule without an ,rweption But Gov-
ernor Hoch, of Kansas gets m behind
this treadba argument with xh
force and cleverness that what he says
cannot be too widely read:
"The devil never invented a bigger
he than that te saloon is enential to
the financial saccesof the community.
Thebusnes world is now a great
temperance society. No railrad com-
pny wants a drinking employee; no
merchant drinking clerk; no one in-
terested in a bank a drinking official;
and the saloon keeper himself would
not ride comfortably on a railroad train
if he knew that the engineer had a bot-
tle of whiskey in his pocket"


As a System for Books in Or Florida
Public Schools.
On its face a uniformity book meas-
ure is a very seductive proposition, but
it is like the voice of a siren that leads
one to ruin. Its advocates, of course,
have arguments to use in its favor, but
when the fallacies are removed there
remains nothing tenable or of value.
State after State in the North and
West, listening to the seductive argu-
ment, have adopted this system in turn
to repudiate it as dangerous and im-
practicable. The States of Missuri,
Washington, Michigan and West Vir-
ginia have just recently overthrown
State uniformity into which they were
unwittingly led. Indiana is the only
Northern State east of the Rocky
mountains that supports such a system,
and an effort is now being made to re-
peal the law there. The system was
adopted in Alabama, the State from
which the present editor of the True
Democrat came, a few years ago and
foisted upon the people a set of books
objectionable in their contents and of
very inferior quality. It established a
monopoly hurtful to the business inter-
ests of the State and became a con-
stant source of annoyance to the peo-
ple. It was found absolutely necessary
to amend the bill at the succeeding ses-
sion of the legislature. The patrons of
the school are still decrying it, and we
believe will demand the repeal of the

entire measure at the next session of
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A State that is as great geographic-
The Perry Herald says that there isally and as varied in its interests as
very little foundation in fact for the Florida could not well afford to adopt
story of inhuman treatment to the con- a uniform system of books. A system
vict Dudley in the Taylor county camps, that would suit the people of Lecn
as recently published in the DeFuniak might be altogether objectionable to
Breeze, and that the inspectors had the people of Dade, DeSoto, Lee and
thoroughly investigated the case and Monroe counties. And what would be
found that Dudley had concocted the satisfactory in the rural districts would
yarn to win sympathy for himself very likely be exceeiinglv objectionable

Maybe so. and for the saKe ut decent
human nature and our convict system'
we hope the fellow was .ling from start
to finish in the fearful tale uf crueltv

She told: but how is this: tr.erv consis-
.hapttth (",,l \Het-on, Mi.,s.. sa.s
Stent w:th the statem.-nt of the l)cFu-
that htw .~rh!t.-v, ;ears uol which
t &1 .W ,urg it useful ak Herald that when Dudlitv ,ot back
had ta) '.*t* r*j'o *Hjrmng its useful ,
i.. d r th iher da sad e to De)uniak from the convict camp his
We. dwid .here thme other day, and its
r d mtrl f- mind was a wreck and he had lost the
bmrved mistres gave it a formal fu-
l at ach al the fuse of his lower limbs? The humane
ereai at atnich ail the family were
S treatment to hich convict.a are entitled
murners and the deceased hen was .
S and th dcad hn asdoes not usualiv result in imbecitv and
committed to the earth in a rosewood palysi
coin. There are men of our acquain-
ta&ce who have nut done nearly so
much for the good of the human race, The slayers of ('armack up in Ttn-
*or even for their own families as this nesee are likely to be acquittud be-
humble Missiisippi hen, and if they can cause of the reasonable doubt as to
get funerals that will stint their wid- who fired first which the evidence is
ows to pay for. it would seem in equity pretty sure to create in the minds of

in the cities.
The leading educators of the country
are antagoni..tic to uaniormitv, deciar-
ing trat it tends to despotism, corrup-
tion and intellectual eiath.
But thye sstem now ;n vogue in Fior-
ida is nut without it, defects. To rem-
edy them was the purpose of the Hum-
phreys bill introduced at the last ses-
sion of the legislature, and which tailed
of passage only on account of the im-
mensity of business on the calendars
ahead of it. The State convention of
county superintendents of education
and other school officers, held in this
city i:; ly17, endorsed the bill of Sena-
tor Humphries-only three members
voting against it out of the 11. dele-
gates in attendance. Of the three op-
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1by rea i Nd r4M ofr
not permitted to boerM OFy
from this Bank. Tt i&W
peal to the Depoitor who dm
a safe pace to depWt ia mrW
We pay Four Per Cent o( mSVbm
deposit- ..




CAR& A. PiAWE, Preiw

nW. L HILMr. e "~~

.- -
arable harm to the educational inter amt P em a
ests of the State. "K, a
The Humphries bill, intendedto cor- *No. wseW bt
rect every possible objectionable fe- JeWai Psa l
toe of the present law, will be agai d is a wm a l L
introduced at the next session of the wafe an' Ao e m to
legislature, and the real friends of ed- am't been an I
national progress in Florida are hope- t ametsta a t t a~
ful of its passage.-Tallahasee True to rt Met a t p s,
Democrat. there a't p- s r a4 1
anythit ha6aa I w M I
All Serene.

A county correspondent for a Ken-

I r' JOP62a %fho I"

tucky newspaper once found himself in EUxps md a h, i a m
ftx up ha hIt- t1 i l
the mountains of that state looking for f a A
i fetch a r d anw pus
items of interest to his journal, saysI w EI h ,
Harper's Weekly. 4 I
'There ain't a bit of news, said one i ht 1-l aL 9 t
farmer. "All down this way are too ^
busy with their crops to think of any-, l It i t hae t ng
r ,, siatnt. It *- m haa v la I
thing else."
B. ,., ag au for to lI reA sa
"Fine crops, this year, en?" asked' .
e LAM. Paw *a Now & 4
the correspondent. co w L
"Couldn't be better," asserted the iaw Whi t
afo1' "'1 me Iuhter be in m inldvCe

.arlUr. A VgyUWF Ut in ill *Jclu
right now, an' I would only I come to
town to see the coroner."
"The coroner?"
"Yes, he's wanted to hold an inquest
on a couple of fellows in our place."
"I reckon not! Ran Morgan ain't
doin' nuthin' like that by accident! He
got Jim Jeffords an' his brother Tom
with two shots. Got to have an inquest,
"What led to the fight?"
"There want no fight. Ran never
give the other fellows any chance to!
make it a fight. Jes' hid behind a tree

Brown-Thum-m. O*I t* L(4

Stop itahiB iia I ad1
t'C e .ma s r t r he Ia'0Ma a
hives. hrv.* r ati*. U I4
nitit it an. 4r: s4.r.

For health and happis Oi
Little Early Kusers f p i
pills, the best made .4s L
Drug ',, I

A Soap adapted to the 1
-Suannu v [ itchb t o T
Sulsannee Drug Co



of cans of Royal I61
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ib 6I0am obtained by

SW*, def i was in the
Bee favored the Dk-m
a v ad left the cah to
lmu*Iem to the Democrat
Um, wit the Hir Hard-
S U ed lat Saturday
vMw1 with hi wife, who
f rlktive and friends at

db St sd golden opportu-
ay are only plated,
e al solid and wil
wlId to the wearer.

by experienced
L- -- UljIP
PIu town. Bt
d sfet-. Adrus

eb b a be waseb-
"m ad wrk do"e


KIo Pho-

iAMhNim f be& Feda n tJL
igsn .~~STISTLLi
Nofte bs aw at Huvawds S3be
Ratir. Iwhinwot-f.t

tytDRe Nrthemwnnmsfe Cash aid Duae from ~B~an1_ __~~~,
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alt Thm~IhL

IiI f1 I your wvath is stglvihgtIsatrc- Di raJww----- ..---- ------ ---------
| tion, bsar it rprd art J. D.B d- Re-Di tsOUnt .... ------------
Wome IiX L Ian fed's. It
th-ek_' a bved h am ut of WE WANT YOUR BUSINES
: Hbow ui Mvr. ad x. a ults.
lL i ADl the new hpeer lrad. a =- Id
in Ise in M bhain a lts wblle asI yato ar | tl a

WIe Mr. 4Zris of Tm -fBLokti
Stook ata of MeeI W LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
tfa's birthday, ud Wted Jakm- ,-
Go Of Vill
book Mra V. Gaorgan adchildriWt STATE CUTMY N TY
Wednesday for Tamp whey they win
.Wl spend about two weeks vi it B. BATingO A. R. iP.
I can r laor ocJk d *vc* d f .
S aad Wakham Watches, "Li" oe Rbesei has opened
bup a stock of drygodus as i w.... lng bO
lldas. I~ Hamdca the Dowing building and is M myop i gMarC 4 W, wa We wi to al yew
SHamiloan R.R. Watches. no ready for busies I wi p" fr y1fpaortyu 0 'ear tio to the e ad d tCA tL
aedis mad cile's was w rg htbS& porim b tim mh b 1 l* M
I y arc thinking f buying Thursday, Marih 4th will be mill. W ie bkli thiidin 4 of tt ial b Metia dls d semw a
ia c I dcan aat you. opening ey a1th Mm nw s e and tyls for IP w thc wa rhl MI tM U t
a w Iu ysto AUm w an d bautiful'spra wil terest yes. Be umre to atteV d eW att ~L' p a m
tyle and ladi hats will be o di- L oimryg tor~ ,L
Splay. Don't forget date. the p-mte t-eb wd a
Pat McGriff and little daughter,
J.U. nL E. P. Mickler, wife sad litt le# of Sali wer over from Sw e b Iw k.
Wilkes Bae, Pa., who wer in the Sprig Monday. Mr. M Grif is G. i Dorm of a M I
..J" wBLBR.. city several days the gCt of Mr. charge of ith Sowanne Spring otel, the cty Tq m y. Ib. D
LIVI OAK. ii FLORIDA Mickler's brother, Arold P. Mickler, and report ver y matiSt kory i. Ce- ieybo i h Na diof
cashier of the Citiens Bank, lest Tu- ne For the next few weekshbe is a b now pIg nu 1>* b l1
Palmer' Perfumes. Suwannee day for their home. expecting quite a number of guests pbti. b i lt b
Mr. Co. aMr. and Mrs C. V. Rainwater, o fromthe North. NT im
Sho for wear, style and comfort at Atlanta, and Mr. Herbert F. Haley, of From the present iwnications there Waera and if the wri btah
arvrd's Shoe Store. Macon, proprietors of the Forida Coca- will be quite a number of new bui win eomee pem t thef ee
cola Bttling Co., acompnied by Mr. go up in our city this spring. It is week
Enraving doe free on all goods you Haley, of Albany, G., paed through practically settled that we are to have ho ae dd
buy at J. D. Radfor'. It our city Monday. They are making a handsome nw brick business block; A who a
Florida rased seed peanuts at $1.00 tour of Sonth Georgi and the State of a new union passenger depot, beside hol or drug habit., an ar vd a
per bushel at J. B. Evans'. Florida, looking after their interests at some commodious residence Keep money by cl All
AthmaRemedy gives te dife t btt ork yo eye on dress P 0. Box z23, LITv Oak. Fi
prompt relief. Suwannee Drug Co. In a delightful and thoroughly enjoy- Hon. A. S. Meharg, of this city, is in -

Go to J. M. Strickland's for May
oats and seed potatoes and all kinds of
garden ed. 4t
Solitaire diamond engagement rings
and 18 karat Tiffany wedding rings at
J. D. Radford's. It

If it was fashionable to be a hypo-
crite, our politicians would be like Selz
shoes-up-to-date. McCuilers Bros.
E. J. Stephens was a caller at the
Democrat office Saturday and renewed
his subscription for the county news
one year.

An oyster roast given by Mr. and
Mrs J. D. Radford on Thursday even-
ing of ast week was enjoyed by a
large number of guests.
Mrs H. H. Brown left Tuesday for
Valdosta where she will spend a few
weeks the guest of Mr. Brown's moth-
er, who is in very poor health.

FOR RENT-Modern six-room cot-
tage, bath and electric lights--location
central and convenient for business
man. Apply to H. A. Blackburn. 4t

SSid Hinely returned last Friday from
St. Louis where he had been to buy
horses and mules for his sales stables.
Sid is a fine judge of horse flesh and
among the lot in this car load is a num-
ber of very fine horses and mules.

J. W. Ward, of Floral City, one of
Florida's prominent naval stores manu-
facturers, was in the city Monday en
route to Taylor county, to look after
his interests in a large turpentine farm
there in which he is the principal owner.


able manner Mrs. & A. Hinely enter-
tained last Friday evening in honor of
her sister, Miss S. A. Randall, ofMad-
ion. The hal and parlor were beauti-
fully and artistically decorated, the
colors being pink and green, and the
color scheme was carried out in the
delicious refreshment- served. The
evening was a very pleasant and enjoy-
able one.




Wesley Lyvns, a very pleasant and
affable young man of Columbus, Ga.,
arrived in the city Saturday, and we
are pleased to learn that he has ac-
cepted a position with his uncle, Mr.
Geo. l.ycns, and will make this city his

Millinery opening at the Lyon Millin-
ery stre on Thursday. March 4th.
Every lady in Live Oak and Suwannee
county invited to visit the store on that
*1 I' A| F '


Walton county this week where he is
interesting some farmers n his methods;
of cultivating the soil preparatory to
planting. Mr. Meharg, representing
the government agricultural depart-
ment in demonstrative work, is having
good success in this county, and we be-
lieve the results will prove very satis-
factory to those who follow his instruc-




Asceptic Dental Floes. kwm-
nee Drug Co.

oY "Al
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Glew& .6s


I handle nothing but Shoes---the best in the land for the


I make Shoes a study and have the kind that

it the feet, wear longest, have the style and prices the lowest




Specials in len's Shoes at
$1.50, $2. and $2.50

Extra good values in Ladies' Shoes,
$15, $2.0N and $2.5

II Children's Shoes,.... 00 cWto $2.N Soit SQes,......... aac to5k IcI

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"s r3* b a0 aw 6 m 9.mi at bo 1k
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tI bItIMn" jb dl to obA & aot b fkw m l dmt t ib k, o o D.

S M Gmi Gpe rist d bCou-- andto overnedia id Bailey wl b at the f B t

md Crk wiL alo be pmemt i averdi by the ~tof im o haosi has i e fol-
ML 0I1, #9 69 do EN109 TWOPa M Tbarls saw t i ^ ^ y w

Sile l Du s mw e L T. J. f bsand p u. ofe Oak l Friday and Sat ,

al Amati Nmis eer hl, by Suh a jury is lily torea aieyoaLr u Le Brw' bir; m ,
S a Mayor d of et for the ha of ne of the Thday, t Lyons House; Jasper,
Swill a e the wom- lawyers o r the judge as any other ver Monday, over P Sadli's st A

i b Edlnt H etr-pW diehtmo U, i an r it- .hi Sp r ist f ia. df As a
at toe Ptio D meo howte. M r. Tribune. The aboe td w tschdule will begin on th

S Mw 49 & w iso POW 60L bee 3 "&week q in Januarys andbe continued
I p w E u4r1 o prnd et. The thrlfotbre the dosmiutin tb ttel- "^y em"

.to i=. All" M w""l wi B He bo d ENDORSEMEN. atf weekly. D Baic f w ley willabring eua
i r6 tbe rbpt a a=l & min bem thekf the .~ DLl (to wW i awt I
Ser te victim to face Hn o f te O Citize Cu Jacksonvile oe, 12 E. Bay, oe
wt m et' yaO. Harry Tell ditio All Aboat I Florida Trunk Co. tfp'
ft utotA w"kfd My i-, wbela a wbwohasn't sufficient iat mc 0 0"W, $00UW
e te sat t a to make needetod Home endrsement, the public B work ex$5.00 up.

b ea b for t by maing.t will prem aion LStte ortoak people, should ,
Im A m9mpge -a D a we ar ofn-& #At* ia t u t .te To dutmrte the psinlde.work u
pinwi he W the prqpra to murder of Cardk, isptatoset m s oe by Dr. T. Ba.ey and hisex-
ta&ol wljr -n I u n l&ed togoy- a crdgto instt, like a dumb brmte, Putsinhi Bs Jackuvi offis Dr.
mini Govam Gikist andCoa- and to be goved eBtirewy m redlrl Ba wi1 be at the tfoowing branch
9--M Cfac wiM l ao be pemst jg a verdict by the sort of impression offices in the Live Oak disruct as fol-
mi ft& to the boys. Without doa the trinal ke upon his crude passion lows:

e gat LM d ay orMhe of ved o et fr the hanging of one of the Thersdy, at Lyons House; Japer,
IL Aqre will mM a ke the welo- lawyersorthe judge ede as any other ver,- Mondry, over D Sam dl ases, are;
a g e to which Prndent Hether- die t and, with such an aggregation sit White Springs. Teday over J. E
swm df th Lakeland News, will re- ting in judgment, poor, blind Justice is, Milton's store; Lake City, Wednesday,
P pe boys also to be bansidin pitiable plight, indeed. Read p t Jackstrl hoteFla, ec. 1.
gatod at thPe DeLeon hotel. Mr. Tribune. Tle above -cheidule ill begin on the
Toyr, who a the whole cloth, will be 3rd week in January and be continued
Alld tos wll Oibeamed HOME EDORSeEMNT. weekly. Dr. Bailey will bring expert
will the blindpt Bledig ad the iam war i Dr ith him.
eM It abdfor the victim to face Hundreds of Live Oak Ctlenss Can Jacksonville coffee, 12 E. Bay, over
rIth. at oe ts prparatio. Harry Tean Yo A i bot It Floridga Trunk Co. tf

V inst aatoried Wto make needed Home endorsement, the public ex-
jiqeulernPwfor the meeting. It will pression of Live Oak people, should FLA. TRUNK MFG. Co.,
ela gret day for the "unwashed" be evidence beyond dispute for every s. H. ETTER, Proprietor.
u H d shes of the commonwealth. Live Oak reader. Surely the exper- Trunks, Bags, Sample Cses, Fancy
S they e not only expected, but ence of friends and neighbors, cheer- Leather Goods.
mtl be i mai -Oc a Star. fully given by them will carry more Street.
weight than the utterances of strang- F
PIMS: PILS; ~PILES! ers residing in faraway places. Read' Jacksonville, FL Dec. 8,1908.
Wlliams' MIndian Pil Ointment the folotwng he k T. A. Bailey, City.
will cure blind, Bleeding and Itching R. S. Williams, retired, Howard'! Dear Sir:-The work you have com-
Pues It absorbs the tumors, allays street, Live Oak, Fla.. says: "Back- pleted for me, which consists of crown
tchng at once acts as a poultice, ache and pains in m sides and loins nd the to others, and predict for
iv instant relio Williams' In- fu d possible to do.
KLa Pile Ointment is prepared for m to I amn more than pleased.
Ptils and It

T A friend told me how he had been eeto
merit. Very sincheerfully,
Editor Sparkman, of the Perry Her- cured of similar symptoms kidney secretionsTER.
ad, aily announces that he has al- Kidney Pills and taking his hint,
ready received enough sweet potatoes I went to the Suwannee Drug Co., J. F. WHITE,
on subscription to last him a full year. and procured a box. They proved to Jacksonville.
Now, if the optimistic scribe will only be just what I needed, promptly giv- ,
give out the receipt for making them ing me relief. The pains soon lost So. Jacksonville, Fla, Dec. 8, 1908.
keep a year the rest of us will be hap- their severity and the trouble with Dr T. A Bailey, Jacksonville Fla.

py. The sole fault of the sweet potato the kidney secretions was corrected. Uear lr:-olhe wort you did for y
is that its life of usefulness is limited In view of the benefit I have re- en entirely satfactory
in the individual specimen to three or!ceived from Doan's Kidney Pills, I and to be a you claimed for it, and
four months.-Gainesville Sun. can do naught but think highly offices were most reason
Sable, I know I could not have.procured
The sweet potato growers in North, them."
and South Carolina and Virginia build For sale by all dealers. Price 50 better had I paid double the price
great kilns in which the tubers are cents. Foser-Milburn Co. Buffalo charged by you.
cent.Your anticeptic office and lean and
placed and heated sufficiently to drive New York. sole agents for the Unit- Yr anieptic office and cean and
out the surplus moisture which it is said ed States. ated by your patients.
caues the potato todecav. When this Remember the namp loan's -
is done they keep indefinitely and the and take no other. I gladly recommend you at ever op-
eating quality is not at all affected. If portunity. Respectfully,
such a process was adopted in Florida or a ild. asy action of the or So Jacksoville Fla
it would doubtless save many thousands boel a ingle do of an' Mayor So. Jacksonville Fla.
of d to the sweet potato rowers. lets is enough. Treatment cures JACKSONVILLE GAS COMPANY.
-Talhhassee True Democrat.abiual consipaion. cents a box.ll Dnrt t.
-habitual constipation. 25 cents a box.,
Collection Devartment.




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Live Oak Manirturinng

Lumber, Shiasl Im, .
Lights, Powr u d NrrM
Electric Lights in anypart of the city
Residence or Business Hose at a very N
Electric power-Day and night curret -fer

uWholeale and retail Ice-out of Cit orders
cial attention, and all order promptly
Wewllmv you good pic on lr caid g ra
Eloorirge Cm and gct our pa

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products of the slaughtering (of h wo as i
the large packing house in the W eeg
them you return to the land the h m .
ity which have been removed fnwnm th h.
animals and digested by them and t'hu
thoroughly available for th use u ,',,.
There is no other form of feriUhiq tha'


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te s, L'' inen s ce

and Embroidery

Five Days Only
Go s I I i


Tuesday, March 2nd, and Closs Saturday,

Our tire Stock, which is the largest ever Shown in Live Oak, will
Se at prices that will please. It will pay you to seure all

is for ti

ie Summer during this Sale. See the Show Win-

on and get an idea of what the prices will be. No goods will be
ii frm the windows until 8 O'Clock Tuesday Morning.
Sheer Linen Lawn, 40c quality, at............. 29c Line
Better quality, worth 60c, at....-..........--...... 39c
One lot beautiful White Waist Goods,
ldaws at0 lOc..... c 1 stripes and plaids, at ................15c in. inen Sheeting, $1.5 value
45-in. Line Sheeting, 65 value .... ..... f
S ~l M r soIMmum at 15c 50 pieces better quality, all new patterns, 36-in. White Dr Linens ............... to 4
aat .. .. 15c worth 35c, at per yard .--.... 22c Colored Linens, plain and stripes; 1e to
M Ub Finuh Lawn,. 33e for the 50c values.
6 ..15e and 19c Check Nainsook and Dimity. for children's Linene, white and colored. ...........10e al d
WL aim a at 5 and 30e dresses and underwear............10c and 15e Excellent material for skirts and cat miat
One lot 200 yds. Cambric
Edge and Insertions,
worth up to 10c; all at
per yard- -.... ........ .. 5c
One lot Cambric and *
Swiss Edge and Inser-
tions; worth 121c, at 8c .
One lot dainty Swiss
Edge and Insertions; ,
L ou 15c values, at .. -... 10c .
25 pcs. beautiful Cambric
Yita a( 12 yards each, Val. Lace Edge and Insertions to match; Corset Cover Embr'd'y
a bo ...... .. ..... ----.------ .-------------- -------.- --- ---- ---- --- -- .9c values up to 35c, at 19c
@a ip tible of excellent values, at per yard .. 5c c
Urm Lae and best Vals. reduced to Rock Bottom. table at .. ....

SWe haven't space to describe and quote prices on Nets, all our Lace and Embroidery
Waist Fronts, Medallions and Fancy Dress Trimmings, but they will
all be on display at SALE PRICES.

I in about two weeks! You may expect something different from the ordinary.
1Ti LA.!1 LeA^ AU -.a.r.L vv^' g.d4 ^M A 4.fx w"mvn LA ,




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yI 4M.k I

CWd Pl u a d ek M

... sn& itsle toit t bk ticm; it kis
made of MMLEArtZ IMOW ad ni lWt *a DA
time Noawh Pbw ofBw ed for ode in lU
Oa.k hasm mm ay IdvaMt ag.
We a. mw gira with ech Plow Three Sizes of Middle BuIer or Openi Pblows, o
caro oi n l aComplete Set of Lae Dixie Castinp (Chi) or a Sta Set if P
i I ad to thi, at as addit co t, we fnish Si Sw and
-M kdWrVe DMXIE Moakoard or Wing.
I rB ,, a of this wo on the same standard; in other words, you have about Twelve
Di Pi mbined in m ; mehing thatno ot firm in rid an eoffr. As stated
St& -a-iMrd an&d Rathebt of the DIXIE QUEEN Plows ar me m df High ade
Imw Hlwoftmhave youazmeout towoknd adtosquit aft few hours on account of
hiih the Foot or Standerd toyonr DIXIE r notr m e of plow. The loA of the time alone
wsdd pay for a DIXIE QUEEN.
We control a patent on the piece to the left This simple lit-
tie piece of Maleable Iron te the story of the DIXIE QUEEN Plow.
Youcanm e for yorf how simple ad easy it is to change the Plow
frm a Right Hain Turn Plow to a lidd Bu&r or Opening Plow, or
by tali this off,h b ak toa Bght Ha dTurn Pow.
No Combination Plow an ever be a gmmee without this feature.
Why? For the simplereason that iheymnnot be made strong enough
to stand rough use
There ree dozens of good reasons why you should investigate the
SDIXIE QUEEN Plow before you invet in a 'aled Cnbinatit P ,
but one of the beet rmons is the fact tat either the Old Style DIXIE
sting or the New Style Chilled Casting will fit the DIXIE QUEEN. As you know, you can
by tk from any country store. This is important became you can always depend on getting
pts from your narst small town or country store without making a trip to town.

Tble abo I e cut show do a 41M-
r" Dadw arOoinki Pb Idoct
Meet ed tpftts agd waftts ,

wwtts cp aunrM 1% adI dob
Ratchet N m t a thd mid h.
The r ear md m n isf w MIa b
Raethet with "av I'% W doa "TO
that iB bionru a atw amd d b 96 ad I*
arib thatwifl rqww with b' No
ra enodofplow d. BW a" M
an reculate to a" dip& d frl
We wandyou to et in ad it a A
the Plw and ify.are not ntMi if Ic
we tol youwe wMi ke ya saa tom hnsk
field am Lve Oaki &Wt yoW usthm V*s
for yourself.

Price, Completet, SS

(Weare sA afeld i pit ow b

The Hair Hardware Company

H. H. BROWN, Manager






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Inn o O md fGive to It the
-i Amer.

am, O -' Everrybo
c~h' er whe ha ram

iNow a an"hthe
~ht he Iik feIvtwo a
"m I i, Wbu aWWd if
I b" u ulelsara this
600 so no Wia. I* eadmacs
SaWhy whats
do m d upboft It ova lob?
60e~ 1 th o inmay and
go n p d~ dmed that I
soft ft n "so"for my
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* 'of m y mh 4 I ceuld re.
,go O m y ? a n a G W t im e a n d



meanwhile I have other important work

Call for City Primary Election.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a Primary Election held in the
city of Live Oak, for the purpose of
hmMting the following officers:
O. Mayor, one Clerk, Treasurer and
Ans or, one Collector, one Marhal,
me Alw'mar for ward No. 1, one Al-
derman for ward No. 2, one Alderman
for ward No. 5, one Alderman at large.
Candidate. to be messed to defray
expees of election as follows: Can-
didate for Mayor, $3.00; for Clerk and
Trsurer, $10.00; for Collector, $5.00;
for Marshal, $10.00; for Alderman, $1.
First primary, called for Tuesday
March 30th. Second primary, if nec-
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An. *oj"wnmwt fee of 2.50 will
be charged by the Democrat for pub-
lihing the -nmnP ewmt of candidtes
for the various city ofa e The 2.50
mast be paid in advance.
I hereby anmer myself a candidate
for r-election to the office of city clerk
treasrer and tax-assessor. Thanking
the citizens of Live Oak for their loyal
support in the past, I promise, if elec-
ted, a faithful discharge of all duties
pertaining to the office.
The Democrat is authorized to an-
nounce B. P. Moeely as a candidate for
city tax collector for the city of Live
Oak. He solicits the support of all

I hereby announce myself a camd
date for the office of City Tax C4letor
for the city of Live Oak ad soliit the
support of all voters in the eoafm ps.
mary election, and if elected I winllSW
the busine of the office my full at-
I hereby announce as a etniw4te for
the office of city marshal for the city
of Live Qak, and solicit the support of
all Democrats. If wminsted and elect-
ed I promise to faithfully and hoestl
discharge the duties of the office to the
best of my ability.
I hereby announce as a candidate for
re-election to the office of Alderman.

Ward No.1 city of Live Oak, and will
To the Voters of the City of Live Oak: I No;.1 city of Liv ... will
~ ~~ amp*nrx to ra trri a* nr*rh

emary, April 6th. Polls to be open at _I hereby announce myself as a eandi-
8 a. m., and close at 6 p. m. Poling date for city clerk, treasurer and ases-
places to be at court house and city or, and solicit your support in the city
halL The following inspectors are ap- primaries If elected will make every
pointed for No. 1: J. L. White, Thos. effort to satisfactorilly fill the position.
Meeks, G. W. Townsend; J. T. Carroll, H. H. HAIR.
clerk. For No. 2, T. J. Lyle, G. B. I hereby announce myself a candi-
ord, L. H. Cone C. T. McDanie, date for the office of City 'lax Collector
clerk. Election to be held under pro- .
lerk. Election to be held under for the city of Live Oak and solicit the
vision of ordinance of city of Live Oak, support of all. I promise, if elected, a
governing same. faithful discharge to the best of my
S. B. CONNER, ability of all the duties pertaining to
haianEx. Com. the office. J. H. CROSS.
CoL C. A. Hardee and Mr. George I hereby announce as a candidate for
Lyons have been rusticatingg" this re-election to the office of Marshal of
week on their farm a few miles north the City of Live Oak, Fla., subject to
of town. They had intended putting the city primary. If elected again to
in the entire week camping on the bank this position will fill the position to the
of a beautiful lake full of fine fish, and best of my ability.
where their fields nearby furnish fine J. F. KINKAID.
bird shooting, but for some reason they I announ-e that I will be a candidate
have been seen in town several times. in the approaching Democratic primary
However, they give glowing accounts election for the office of tax collector
the many fine trout caught and the Af I.iva n-L 1 hokava n hMnwa,

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city at l69% "askft

For the sempif
Colds. Astha maa SssM&
lung omp.lft Ind" a
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have for a- m I '-'--
laed rpMtatm 4
Cough Remody It (
um or harmful dru. e U

S. J. WHITE with safety to ehldlima
Sold by drusg tag WORM
I hereby announce as a candidate for Co., Propr., o C'w r 0
re-election to the office of Alderman, Drug Co.
ward No. 2, city of Live Oak, Fla.
J M. BARCLAY. Take DeWitt' s Kmy @ I

I am a candidate for Alderman, ward
No. 1, city of Live Oak, Florida, and
will appreciate your support.

Pill. They an for wo tA
ache, reumatic pau s d I
and bladder trouble. Alsls41
tiptic. Rgul arw ak I
Live Oak Drw ('o.

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In the town of M

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H b ta~irk town, situated 22 miles southwest of Li
I G ulf Railway-furnishing six trains daily.
M Bota in the state has just been completed
S1 PhIat, Water Works, Ice Plant, Bottling Works,

Y M f h a Ga.,have purchased the
l toas m t at Msuo known as Mayo Heights, which is *
4 M& ft- them Co rt Hose, 3 and 4 blocks respect-
i thif Does Park on the south. They have im- thi
Ofel -t prprty, hid it off in streets and lots and
; C t to be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. an
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[ayo, Lafayette County, Florida

CH Ist, 1909
ve Oak, with a population of about 900. There are two railroads-the Florid always, Mr
Mayo has grown steadily and substantially since its establishment a few yam ma f. od
at a cost of $46,950.00. It has a large, handsome Concrete School Building, 5 ,
Local and Long Distance Telephone System, besides numerous other eterpri.
sy T Ay one ca pur- OD f Sk OneadayI Mrl **d1 M w 1 ,1
Chase any of these desirable property wi be put oa the mase iad rm t
on easy terms, by paying one- the highest bidder. The lots must go. Now is the time to a
rd cash and the balance in twelve home, and to purchase property that is constantly meai w inhi eb
d eighteen months. is undoubtedly the greatest opportunity that has eer bee delned

layo, Florida. The Ladies are all Cordially Invited to Attend the S k
LLC~I~IIII ..A-- -. -.

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waters of the hemispheres since leav- SHOOTS A BAD NEGRO. C
tng Hampton Roads fourteen months
ago, and as she piloted the fleet through Deputy Sheriff Anderson was Forced
all the seas and into all ports of the to Shoot to Protect His Own Life.
long cruise, the flagship Connecticut Whe ag tf a t
steamed again today at the head of the
returning suadrons. Stewart, a negro, wanted for fogery, h
The day of the home coming dawned Deputy Sheriff Anderson was forced to R
with prospects of weather as fair as shoot him to protect his own life. y
the day in December, 1907, on which the From what we learn the negro was b
fleet set sail. first arrested by Policeman Bailey, but a
Foreign naval attaches, immense par- before that officer could get his hands a
ties of government officials and high on him he broke and ran up the side- i
officers of the army and navy were walk. Bailey did not shoot at hi4 be- I
aboard the fleet of welcome, which cause to have done so would have en- c
steamed out to greet the incoming ves- dangered the lives of others. After he 1
sels and to witness the review by the got out in the open Marshal Kinkaid i
President in the tail of the horsehoe. fired two shots at him without effect.
S The Mayflower, which came down Deputy Sheriffs Anderson and Aus- 1
I from Washington last night with a dis- tin were soon on trail of the negro, and c
Stinguished party on board, cast her found him just as he was entering a
anchors in the same waters today, negro shack. Anderson ordered him to
where she took up the position at the halt, but instead of obeying the or-
e sailing of the fleet. After the ceremon- ders of the officer he rushed inside of
f ial greeting of the battleships and their the shack. He was followed by Ander-
r escort, the Mayflower steamed herself son who forced the door open. When
at the end of the long column into he entered the room the negro, who is
e Hampton Roads, and when the home a large and powerful man, clinched
coming vessels had anchored, took a him and endeavored to wrench a revol-
s position in the center of the fleet. Ad- ver from the officer's hand. In the
. miral Sperry and other flag officers, to- scuffle they fell out of the door, land-
n gether with the captains commanding, ing on the ground, with the negro on
,were received on board and to them top, still clinging to the revolver, which
n President Roosevelt extended cordial was in some manner discharged, the
thanks, which he afterward expressed ball entering the negro's neck. He
anew to the officers and crews of the then released his hold upon the officer
Four divisional flagships, which were and was placed under arrested. He was
et visited late in the afternoon. brought to town where his wound was
1 At 7 a. m. the fog settled down but dressed by a physician, when he was
r. lifted in an hour. A light rain began with pleasure locked up in the county
s to fall about 9 a. m., with the prospects jail.
o that it would continue throughout the Deputy Sheriff Anderson proved him-
in day. self a brave official in his efforts to

*Mt the visits to man

hlbm patd to the ee
hermd i the calling
ime -m d istese inte
Sitmwd the famous ve
sbt wIrfe tho wos-r Mi

Ste-w dmrks picked1 At 2 o'clock President Roosevelt, ac-
O % g i tand tri. i companies by the commander-in-chief
f b -irlMbt and effi-! of the fleet, went aboard the Connecti-
WO Virtiri cpes cut, Louisiana, Georgia and Missouri,
b d l aod tdn officers an men. The President was
r lu" t a Iw ;given and ovation and delivered an ad-
Sg~fher vle of dress eulogizing the fleet and its great
j. As she ld the cruise in the highest terms.
d bo bip rmady
-d bj-a Clinical Thermometers. Suwan-
fdstrag nee Drug Co.

capture this criminal, and in the dis-
charge of his duty.
The negro has suffered very little
from the wound, and is up and about
in his cell at the jail. The wound is
only a flesh wound.


Only about one more month in which
to pay your city taxes. Get busy.
Tax Collector.

. N. Hildreth, Jr., Reappointed Pot-
master for Live Oak.
C. N. Hildreth, Jr., who has so faith-
ully and efficiently served as postmas-
er of Live Oak for the past four years,
as been reappointed by President
loosevelt for another term of four
ears, and his appointment has
been confirmed by the Senate. The re-
ippointment of Mr. Hildreth, without
Fight upon his part for the position, is
need a deserved compliment to him.
He is a competent and painstaking offi-
cial, and comes as near giving the pub
ic general satisfaction as it is possible
for a person holding that position to do.
The assistants'employed in the office
by Postmaster Hildreth are all just as
clever and accommodating as can be,
and have contributed in no small de-
gree to the splendid service of the
The Democrat congratulates Mr. Hil-
dreth upon his appointment, and we
olan crnrratulatl thK natrnn of T.ive

1aesti, Ptas and a
Have AB Be.

At lat, aftrm a diMei O Plp
upby &dtiecit mm f ULJe Ndf
the Board of Trad, a h Iad
the stance ofw the ot lo
Commissa, we Wr to he *
talked of new mI W Mss
Years m o tb metiw r lmta
by the Board of TMb 9t &tiL
authorities, sad they pesmi i t
a handsome uamie dnwpet ha
few months. The m
asked was that this me -ar tl
of the hanB of the 3Wati A
miion. Shortly after ts
the railreka, om r bth di M
changed ownums. The msser
called to t atutue awr GNP
ances were giveM that tmh m a
would be built without in i
lay. Things rocked alsa tM ro

..W. p""KAc' ........ .u ..v several yearm s
Oak office upon their good fortune in and feeling out d by t
having for the next four years for received at the hans of th
their postmaster so good and accommo- companies, the Live Oakm
dating a gentleman as C. N. Hildreth,Trade, asalast t, app t
Jr., has proven himself to be. Railroad Tmie.it TI t
Big Timber Fiht Settled. ately took up the fight sad W m w
it until now it seems the qMst t
The following dispatch from Macon, practically settled.
Ga., under date of February 20th will At a meeting held by the OUwaL
be of some local interest in Live Oak. Commission at TalahasmeJ last Tb
"After several hard fights over their day in which the S. A. L. and A. C L
large timber interests, J. L. Ensign railroads were represented, sd the
and R. L. Dowling, of Florida, quit of Live Oak was ably repressed hy
their suit against Charles M. Council of W. B. Letcher, after a mutual are
Americus and his brother, J. M. Coun-! ment of the plans, specificatiam ad
cil, and the entanglement was suddenly location for the new union depot, te
removed from the United States court Railroad Commission ordered the rai
today. All four men were stockholders road companies to build and cmplaW
and directors in the Americus Manufac- the depot within the next four months.
turning Company, a business operating j The depot is to be of brick sad to
largely in South Georgia and having cost not less than $11,000, and the loca-
large timber interests. Attorneys in tion agreed upon is betwe the A. C.
the case announced that it was settled L. and S. A. L. tracks, west of the old
when Judge Speer opened court this depot site, and near the Ohio avenue
morning. The terms were nut made crossing.

* Genuine Imported Castile
Suwannee Drug Co.

Have you tried Suwannee Wli:h
Soap. Hazel Soap? Suwannee Drug Co
Subscribe for the Democt, $1.00.

'What About the

Live Oak


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W*1 m t bLtained i iHamp-
"IraPri-t Speak&
iM C fort, Va., Feb. 22.-
bm ld pennantsstream-
a1 t them, twenty-eight
N 'Th Str-Spangled Ban-
M Mhtfi canMon roaring a
o thl esidet of the United
S LWUhi p fleet of the
m Wy nded its world's cruise

in review of the
ir mGM & crested flag o
M t( o s m st of the cruise
ixten white battle
e- mat r in the same
ONmte Roads, front
I" stri fourteen month
jinrm y of 4,000 miles
d Ef was written
"le the blte jackets
Sea board the sixtee

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6 yale amo united to
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I AftL- We have room1t for

e d Iad atisad

I ul i vram u amounted to

OWIN we harv room yet foa
d fthlm to our community.
t-b ertown has not been ona
S-wer hav had a steady growth

1 | pae t two years. During this A. D. Hemming, of Colorado Springs,
f M 0 to 12 w dwellings have been Colorado, was here recently on a visit
- Ida d two are now in course of b his brother and family. He was
wti eam or two others are formerly a resident of this State and
i m ad the probabilities are that his old friends are always glad to see
l ud work will continue for a while him
P.M aIr st Mrs. S. W. Gary and Misses Blanche
F.Mr. J. Maor is having a new and Ruth McLeran are now in south
-- v erected on his lot north of Florida, visiting friends and relatives
k mlid b depot. When completed it in Plant City and Tampa.
Sbs seepied by the Cash Mercan- Mrs. Annie -Hill, of Largo, Hills-
* C, opposed of Dr. G. B. Smith- borough county, has returned home
S I M. Crver, with Mr. A. D. after a visit of a few weeks here to
-- as anaer. After having her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bell.
ma for eght years, Mr. Hem- Mr. Robt. M. Silas, of this place, and
aft I t to his favorite occupation. Miss Parrish of this county, were uni-
, I MNeDYl i is the contractor for ted in marriage on last Sunday and
b Ow hdlg. have taken u their abode at the resi-
kl morAd that Mr. A. A. Keeffe dence recently owned and occupied by
hI p eadL the reidene where his Mr. J. H: Cook, who has however sold
to have midiud for several years, out to Mr. Silas. We extend congratu-
h s a te Wllhsam' place If this nations to the newly wedded couple and
buM l, t wil probably make them wish for them much peace and happi-
p, reidents of the town, which ness
mUwe be Ied to know and trust the Mr. W. L. Rogers has sold his place
r b as tated. six miles south of town and at present
o ant sarterly conference of the is located here with his family. We
UdM- chere, for Welborn circuit, hope Mr. R. will find it to his advan-
-h he re a the 1lth an 14th tage to locate among us. He is a good
.I, with Rev. J. A. Hendry, presid- citizen and hope to have him with us.
ii pi enmt. There was a good Mr. M. V. Oliff having sold his busi-
--- tibo present and the work ness interests at Houston, has accepted
i Mn ertad in good condition. The a position with the BowenGrocery Co.,
f- dfr ministerial support were Jacksonville, (wholesale grocers.) We
wd -ad i exces This, as were wish him success in his new business.
S reprts, very gratifying to all Mrs. R. C. McClellan and children
M- r-i The new Methodist pastor are here visiting, her husband's parents,
bh tJ year is Rev. F. P. Jernigan. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McClellan.
Ih gatl-ma so far seems to be do- Mr. J. J. Powers and wife have re-
Ssa g work and the people and turned after an extended visit to friends
pmeer appear to be well pleased, and relatives in south Florida.
Mr. Dell, a Missiony B t Assessor Meeks and Collector Mc-
Mr Dell a Miion artist Leod were here on th 22nd, in the in-
nlr, who moved here last fall with terests of their respective positions.
I fMtiy, is now engaged in building X. Y. Z.
S--g -- ---. -- -- _- .

We are now receiving our

Spring and Summer (oods

And while the weather may be a bit cool,
you will find many seasonable articles
among them, such as

Prints, Ginghams, Suitings, Piques,

Percales, Linens, Etc.

of which we have a beautiful line.

Will make our final announcement when all are in.
Will be pleased to have you call and see them.
We also have a nice line of

Hosiery and Underwear

Can supply your wants for light or medium weights.
Another lot of

Seed Peanuts, Seed Irish Potatoes. Corn

Beans, and Garden Seed

of all kinds for Spring planting.

Fertilizers for

garden and early planting also in stock.

a usime hrr wm M U
,il bmwe are aiwusi
S toI w em goode dtsi ad pe
bb uil li wW beproctilve

W H IL O W OBha-r e tly appeal
~rgJiM c io white waN to

paname thero Let the good wm k
atmt Hope all of our itism will
do kewise, who need this kind of wok.
Mrs. T. J. Hakney and Mr. W.
Moore have recovered after having a
pel of contied fever. Ruth Griffn,
niece of Mrs. Hackney, Freda and
Claude, daughter and son of Dr. and
Mrs. Hackney, also have fever just
now. At present the patients are al
doing well and hopes are entertained
for their speedy recovery.
Mr. C. C. Henmming, brother of Mr.

Lynching is not confined to the South
although our dear brethren of the
northern press woqld have us believe
otherwise, and to those who would con-
demn the actions of the Lakeland citi-
zens we would ask the question of
what would you.do if this crime were
committed upon one of your own fam-
ily. Two of the most rabid members
of the mob who burned a negro at the
stake several yeas ago were residents
of Boston, the cradle of abolitionists,
ane yet when the crime was committed
almost in their sight these gentlemen
forgot the early tenets of Garrison,
and remembering only that they were
men and the natural protectors of
woman's sanctity, were the first to ap-
ply the torch. These same gentlemen
in the home of their birth and in the
peaceful realms of their own firesides
would probably have condemned the
lynch law. But present at the brutal
assault and seeing with their own eyes
the awful horror of such a standing
menace, threw their Puritanical teach-
ings to the winds and assumed the
armor of the knights of old who are
ever ready to avenge an insult to wom-
anhood. Lynch law is deplored by all
fair-minded citizens of the Sbuth, and
yet, unless the present laws upon the
statute books can be changed in order
to mete out swift justice in these cases
there seems to be no other mode of
procedure to preserve inviolate the
sanctity of the home and the safety of
our Southern womanhood. Sanford

to ep e d-mo Mtl Bat e t W
garma er iud that wig agsh
b am a a salMte fr tah Smte
9, whgehr Mr. To*fafr S ktd mis!
a em b thwb# ., It B
St at dB -Ujj b#lr NMk6-
pie o Florida win rmmit the folly of
&plchg Seator Talaifo with
either Bmh d or Teldfir Stoektb
The latter i a gtlea for whtm the
editor of TheSn has the highest re-
pect and most kidly feei, and
though he is reported to have soufient
of the flthy lucre to scatter fifty thous-
and or so over the State and not in the
least impoverish himself or family, we
would dislike to see him become a can-
didate for the Senate. He would not
Scut any figure in the race and would
Simply not get a show for his money.
It would take a man who has demown-
strated his ability to do things to de-
feat Senator Talisferro, and he will!
have to be a resident of some other
section than the East Coast, too. If
both Senators are to continue to come
from the Atlantic side of the State,
then Senator Taliferro is by long odds
head and shoulders above any man in
that section who has so far been men-
tioned for Senator. He has shown his
ability to accomplish results-and this
is what will influence the Democrats of
Florida in choosing his successor. If
Congressman Sparkman does not de-
cide to "measure swords" with Sena-
tor Taliaferro, the latter will be his
own successor.-Gainesville Sun.

Two Were From Boston.


Washington, D. C, and Id

Atlantic Coast Lme

Account Inaugural Ceremo

President-Elect Taft

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Time Table No. 21
Taking Effect SUNDAY, MARCH 9, at 12I A. M .
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dixcdPt Mail
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1 41 aml Lv........................................... Wilmarth.. ....... ..
900 am Ar............................................. Luraville......
Alton Branch
Their I'nceasing Work Keeps I's between Mayo and Alton.
Strong and Healthy. East
A i : he blood in the body passes 10 m L .................... ........ ...... .. .
iFroun h the kidneys once every there 10 0 a m.Ar....... .... .............. Alton....... ....... L
!l:Itis. The kidlnys filter the blood. Trairs scheduled to connect with Seboard Air Lne wat bouad nd Atlaetw fa'< L |
T'!,. work ni-hr :nld day. \\'hen tound at Live Ok. For information regrdinr rates wrhdukh and Msaortrunww a
"M. N. BUSSEY. Agent. Lve Oak., P
'.i'lv rl'.e\ r-lmov, about iO rainl- T. P. ALSroN. Superintendent. C. M l)V h f tl6virA
Live Oak. FloridL
t : -oui par of this impITire Tiat- r T T l
i t in the bood. Thi brin., 11 i
i. :t di disea:ts and symptoms Lv I O I I
;a:i in til.e back. headache. inr;ouS- RAILROAD ()CMPAN
1 ; o.. r; dr s;*., rheui atis gout.
,avel. disorl.rs. of :h e:,, an T e Mlilr : i Springs R(out
heari-ir,. dizziness, ir-,-gular tIear,, WLT RBOIUND 9 .A
Frt Frtj
ddrdility. droiie ., dro!,.-y, dpo~itd .nd PiAs FPa.s Ia. dF:a
in i:- utrii- et. b t t out b.'.,p : 1'aL s 4' H KE I L 1. 1E
ie filters iiht 'yo will ha no i3 9 5 Efftirve t(i I. -19 I .4
trouble with your kidne s. Diex Sunday -- .
Daily ex Sunday *
it. L. W\\'Vtmoreland, Ohio .\e., Sunday Only STATIn, o N
Liwv, Oak, Fla.. says : wif was Lve Lye Le Lv- A
in poor health for a long lime. SLe: 2 1. 7V 4 15 8 30 f Lve ( *it
2 40 ~ 43. 847,fStr
.o.I;,air. cd aof ;ains in her back. was 2 45 10 4 37 f r ,
very nervous and subject to head- 2 s 15 4 0 8 57s f Plaht
S310 8 30! 4 55 910 f l emter .
aches. The least work caused her to 3 30 8 45 i 506 9 2 .....Dowli Pak *
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VuemmOr s ashwa mr d1, a eaMdmUtcc. omhetamee fr
p randheullm vrir. Thus miwitie of the aris come
hoa tbswtwi d Iu inil- fpthe earth thiimgb which
M&t tous" eway, osy a wry2mfl Wcwt~omao" t ae"mdc~a
of .amu wu .n
whic vs~ar moq~ the cet apis~rd
n~ctbui simini ftoft V ft-- Am Uhm a by tie
Ir~im a gadi cc im IVY r
-lopdudmd mrs on for the
anr" ammNtePik O & ot hibslawr&'
Swa0e mied vi a quat oIlaln
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ii an" so* s binS.aI9bs, aiW Md Liver ASm., PrpSY,
AmubFerS.Agmmi, ms lsml wm Treuhl.,Caiwrh @dmy ParNrous Preakn
Sesmmi Wser mi wm *n ed, ~iWW~~ioui~

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M .Wnr to wA a You
iBagof(VtI-Ore teUI as eto
r4 9odlngtkoaM e which IdL YoM
ltworpMrifAt a "d mid f I asru
Wtomd moaewr Wellci
hAbkllkaaevman. Icaldwalk'lv
lk fecUy traMght and bad gained
weWh~package ofVita-Ore andaa
is 1mles Terday and
40 pOMa de am tu1ll taking
S1 ise anyone who is safering to
wifemL thak bTbeo.Noel Oompan
Itbtradw. rIFAn KRan

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ake' the Eort That Gures
tot~pilbr Ch be tCeof pfaklremetbar.t
il etSstke .mim sk aid arigsa es ael a seu a
eMa l marwasa- t met d th be pyrs o their lives ai
thm lo, rles a mr tlo it amd dosesm ot .
*f~r AMt *i witiol wi t uarws r

The iyscl luthet, Ihe eatla the svuruoin, the external 9gaYimg
of fi, dbtaUM mh cmd h ch "epa It abot The
vdoolBOsie a dte i ~aYa, atetrIeab wch entin uth
Anad. Theftitettal'teeBtie~~"mans p
utn ao week ot one sawlmck of oau o
seeki atars amie b mr M tat tahet eis seeking lies w at etwt
dt eretdheadtio Doctors do e quesbI on as to to he Iytamjo
d itr thmpt lagsor the mase,and h di-
tcolmad oreove w rog atda which It
rtbeL m Bdcl us placed Oa the market ad advertsed to
thte gmtoom, to relieveta and that otward mantfettlo of in-
wrd lorM-'Ity, while theCAUs goes merily c, caag more and more
mpoasu etio more woror oormrs an more sales to
VtfoOre treat the CAU, not the ypto It get Iato the reus,
carpU through te total w orIn tdqt k I each, eewag each to
right Ud by o doiag routes ttbieard hetalt It io Mcoas sad
not r10la check r time upon the outward phystcal mantuuMtato. of
badisocrl. This e of ti rfThes tor the aboliteamand penaneccy
ofltcurethiwri rI" ou the te vide i g ormptke It caMn
todmppsu. IUnyeatymto d laa sdiaimBo be &tUMb-
ted to one particular leon, one fundamental lack of functional ariSty
thab I primarily alike Ia many paru case, acooantlag for th ame with
which VtOr effaces such dfferent aptoms by the removal of then
sadelrjng and om0tritig causes


It Is eay to cure rdiary, irple ilsodera. *et amy ordtl
mary medicine wll. BxtruarIiary leas that defy ordiaury
trewtawes, require a extraordiaary remedy ts vanquish them.
VlCts4 Is an extraordinary meadiane, ad 1it reputatlo it b llt
upo It m aUoevremi t were ordlaary truw" sents faed eve
to beoSt



a muztj wob irne4 dbial~t
my work and my waihng iud wak We J
ta o huch W Is am a" U rrat
havs kue w ewhwum ~wn
what I have taMk to he ured aI to ub*
elL I tlathMem Vltm.O- mjms U(s

cumes S loun Trem
Boeu D m Im-u4 miOd 1 lY 1'7
bow"Iwnrk byaattw
IeemmhI Ireut 1l w ovru r"t6
Vhouork lwsvz I wee 1c to I ia
dit pos mmd ra- oswblptoeam
to anl myhonal d FasY. hbob o
mebacktohaaJamudl wol4d.aD o10lL
4w. w. W aiL

Cures IrIg's DWm
am w Aboulskorsevmyean; wvma
mat joy she
Iwii d~wa s cured smd~
of sthiw packua Joum WnaII

It i worth oritig for. It is wworthgettagt
peof ik, paper ad enelope, and writa
"I r dekt,. I eed Vtm4or ora es-
tag that will care me. I ha*M ses
yer trial e*tr. mead me a eJar
seekaIe. I wil se It mad wy the
delari If ad It h helped me. I
will t M ne peM rny I It e do et
kelp me."*
That is all t takes. Just a letter asinkt fort
Just your promise to use It Whatezcuse hav4
you to keep on suffering? How can you coo.
tnue to look your family in the ftce and ay:
"I feel so ick tody" or "My back acbe" or
"That rheumatic leg is getting wre" or "My
stomach is bothering me again when her
right your elbow, right within your reach,
ready ad waiting for you o tour
a6d et it, is the thing that ba set thou
ds right, yours for the mere asking.

TRI L OF VTI OREt Wo yItsw plain stoy, a stoy that has
SIAL 1 OFhUO E want cM rto, puo, ad happiness to thomds.
i nAD TE TESTIMONY. TS iMal B sd I si. N ire werdas eve w bmees w'wl uhe amy r medic me beer upeeeema
ilETE STIMON*V llly ceauw ba Iy e; ;y rul ment Veoro rest rme w asese ar is Iwfe mk re
= ft rem a l sw cade. It des et take FATlT de. seme tekb oCONfnI NCC, dus Met tade BELIEF, does takhee n HOP to care wit
' i'I eeY y a I- we ask. Tls MEDICINE ENTERS TU VEINSO OTCK AN SUFFERING PERSON AND CURES w Lhethehehe udere. believe
M bwha t be asItr M 80, 1% m ia l wr ithe b # d VWl ae Ma WOR L W ORM. IWORK- wer that caurs.



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Me&wmtiwt in do mm fa
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i muueped mding to w tax do
will ie them cn the ,d d&y
Narc*, LD., 1S.

a a-y ts te 17th day r fFi ,A. D., ^^ was BB sm wasf a eT i .Sm
-*aA-, ;. =O Rs e M W anal F- MA
L.. D.,. N, muf ,
L W. Ur MN, -y atrk Cirtait Coat80111Blllecjty, 9 L Th ar. a eft
mmadselefieme am tsam ed d Im lEm MU
~_- ~ --lM Ndnes of A- eati o for Tax Dee @ as no"ad Wnh a I rm oede

F-SW' 6, Gen- ne- d r ir. .ie.Wrto... VW at ...a ... 0 a61
M Frida. Notie is hereby given that A. L.* ****
Spurchaser of TaxC ertfi cate m sh dwe t aL_ m m -
6MtA. & 1 10 r a whom how" W dedisoe s m t
0um. that e ,t h IBs st day of J, A. l 'dgiskd l aS enan*rtosi u in clw 0erk pau01m1%m,
D Ioaai told os'tiseaze No. a. n .,adt.d-tIeto
fd JiJs, A. D I, s fled said iertite my t.nb dhmai e in.. .Semr. t
K t.It. yh ; o& adhas made application d f osr tax ev N^c aof -dApo^U t
I dea to rtriate ln my s air. ms WOrNL atinh Z:=. '' T
amb Idtt for tax deed to i ae ic with law. riwi.iWs. d b*. -.eed.. Deed under 6ec Gtu 575
a :I wi5th lw Said certificate embraces the fdowi og ss4 -m= i ..n eal Statbtei of FMrld
Igm--l n*M Io ad conty, Fids,tow to- it: E q ofn Lo'Ic har of ai n. I to sa h a L
S fS twit: ILt 5 ad NEi of N4 aO section 36, toonfL2 Scro TW ipcta MTch pri. woa- %rJ AA.MD., M *M a d md o !
A W rti ., n Dt. e ,r t 2 moth, 3e 14 eat, 20 resW. rag 1y w.ct4ttame rthe t Oheion as hm a. is o ea 1nd an no i _b.
La seMe f 10,1t1 ou sees.ssed at the d ato rrfhd o mit ian.r wh was i des a we a modem e
S wm The Wd ad being said land being aassesed at the date ianml*rto wt ift d ti. a.. .
m date l of the mi Mace of the issuance of such certificae in the 4de thre isoy dbt popirity sou und tedb a 9is iC -i m.
Sthe ar of u -naimeofunlknown. Unless said ertifi- thewdamidew tdor. a d i e t. w c sedi .W t. .u
S eagLe L ctates-hall be redeemed accoin to law -aredreu t- ffr to me wn. T.e id shlgd ov a amd a t. d h._ q
s saliss id ctjat shall be cat l b ac o dr s e thfretwhsudiritadd ther tte r nin .d. r te Is amew .
-urdt tow, ttax dee tax deed will issue thereon on the 22nd ifr ts perse o friv to vmtw todiom to akt U rnknon. Un m idm am ew MO i m s .
a- sri the y d dayof da of Marh, A. D., 1909. ethudie m d. edivo be to.ea de [faemod to i a o es 1
- D, aI Witae a off i tes my official sinatue d W cmrT h AMeiat nm tio t tm I .l d*bm- WW. m.a
mi tand tis thbe t day sel this the 1"th dat of ebrr Y SO sl t, t 1tt dd e eoA A ah 17th day d Februmy. A.
rwNEA2r Dk Is mf D.,. 199. J. W. BRYSON l J.wid.. c,, -
i. W. BRYSON, Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee county an m e. pert d the mmit .ti.m Camr Ceatt.Vt.rtW
CtMk att Cowt lwanneei County, Florida. G ___ ay Now r ac 1hJ. C. f

Ao~n"- --Lnardbrrl~
ir theefetsh belwriti, with which tbhee a n
Notice for Pablicatioa. wSdhsutsanherd et lad d 11* In aCiruait it. .hh Jud oiei arIt dVhIN
d th 2. .at m p ra ime t cr eat rand C iU ua ed fr in C8 ch c .
Itad of AMMit ur Tax eed, Department of the Interior, U. S. thy Me r bmad s DBv E. eyrd, vD. B. Coflia. & D i m rat b-
6.a project. Sam mittem aeDh awo Ce I
am fd lU. February 6, 1909. Madthmpno bdere wk aen b h by TorW. d CalTia ad Aaita a A r ts &ns of
N-m i h by iven that A. L. Notice is hereby given that Theodore maide-Mt aslho het imr eth a he nr. aGeah* JIo Bmd. Lm bay
.anhtamu.a gt the erty ftr the ale W duo to Mres nBer. simeche ern. LsLo ean Od
IMr -roTax Caertificate Bell, f of Dowing Park, Florida, ihe U in tha. pee,.ahiamt S-- b 1Rm m G dtQt. Ia a T. M v A
Sie 5th day of April, A. who, on June 10, 1902, made Homestead do ar hav beesm a -hum a eer w d laPi Al~rOim e
S S h~ o Ited aidenrticte in m-Entry, No. 31568, (Serial Number the ,zetiWne ec'miummea hbe n. Yes aQ i*n d .P** me r m noin o atUaM
.M ad naW made a Mlia fr tax 01)for NEI of NEJ or N lot 1, sew- Soce Lt 1 A ort S m r eameti sabe d iasd to ar im of I
bold withinto weeks tti t o 6* ofsaid Cwt at doI e b k1 l
at to a ateo wrdaae with law. tion 28, township 2 south, range 11 eu nI tioc i s a ac a rae w FRcLM ,a a athBrumt r L, ib
W e atae embrab e the following east, Tallahason Meridian, has filed shaD Ba .moir, a m.aortr1 ao aer aI a -Ear a sa t__ Jm
pe ~ ety daritead in Sowan- notice of intention to make fnal five the wasl adid"m6 o 1w the bik s t Io i I i r .. L
Srrty da, ta-wit: NE of year poof, to establish claim to the o aen to be vof for f aot stam"in e mwn m tiyesb mt ei e
eNt1 owties towa hip 2 south land above described, before the clerk ana Amov earb fCrtr t le~o.* b It mitathtr adod tat th mr d d heTIb S .
of I 14 cat. tainng 40 acre, of the circuit court at Live Oak, Flori. arf addou ad te.tedio twn.de twre om mr aso h.r an ch week r w u S ent-" -
gamea4 acres, nommated in the fit primary abl be i med for m the Suwaamnee Doma a eswe b. e Ip a Giinowtwope
--le r e T said land being as- da, on the 19th day of March, 1909. n riued pti ar d mgiNtdam. said Countynd Sat
d at the date of the iuaonc of Claimant names as witnesses: maltvig the t vote is the Ir d pnma T h erimry Ta w=
Se arteat int, uaome.of known. J. A. CLARK, of Dowling Park, Fla. thoubne trinto tobeoa mei shll be ca ADE sE BUTL W Y
U. mid certificate all bq deemed W. C. CLARK, 1emc or mplatat'sSoblhmho umh ISEAUL ur
&m toW _law, W deed will issue I G. G. SMITH, .SCIOIL The iocto mwho may hold such [SEALI MA
nto law, tax deed Wrill ssue L. MIT pri ryi election ouder this Ordinance adn rue rt u
mI ea the 22nd day of March, A. R. F. HAYS, te otes. prds ad acts thmeof. herein Master Sale.
D tIM HENRY S. CHUBB, proidd. hal befanh or twhe u htis mk e slwam tv4 ~ i 0 1
'ira my ofMcial signaturand seal nEd fee paid. Register. aonstdh eron hin Uy thly ad daW ec d
thetI f 17th day of February, A. D., thebesta their aUity do anad perform al the b the HIa. B. Paher. J ogf to ?b a
SJ. W. BRYSON Notice for Publication. duti their r tin fs. Jdal Crt Cort t Fl ge~i m
Cort. O SPbatoi 12. At my primary election odered a coUnt7. in the0Omeoin aMe .m e 1f B. YTP Ir S0at
Clr Ciruit Court Suwannee county, Department of the Interior, U. S. byrn ee ati ve r stadiang cit camc a it dat edthebd ote.A. D a .
For da Land Office at Gainesville, Florida, whr the insptoappointeid sallt b pre- .ceriw am tha n*ah w~eri Jamr
February 6,1909. eat fromany muse the ammbers f the party Smith isacimplainat. ad ALi ai o w, a a; ay .i
.%-a* ftAietionf for Tax I r0l.d et I pt frm their number afu sat andf-%aiw I wilL in the 5thdv Apeh. A.
'1W t 576a ral t" Notice is hereby given that Arthur Iofpra Weaderk who al take the oam t D 1SW the name being a lal malm&W da.
I'ro Vbeeat tat A. Green, of Wilmarth, Florida, who, precribed is oth peaing Section ad hll pro. darig the lsl bhoars of ae. bedm sm. A pame ar o te
of hreiy on December 30, 1901, made Homestead d to hold se dceletion odaed the m aif house door Lie Oak. Swamee
Nrties ir hereby given that A. L. Entry, No. 31257, (Serial Number tait pedcaa. t e foi for"and risagtoth ml u o*A *
S&C"14 1UTheMar"oshal it i. cas ther fomt r
Bryson, purchaser of Tax Certificate 01901) for S% of SWi, section 30, town- ter in the eaod of wrved tal theconse oS wwaa ow oa we
quirei to am that good order is preserved at such to-wit: he
No. 2. dated the 2nd day of July, A. ship 4 south, range 13 east, Tallahassee primary election and myy arrt and camr before whalf I*"wfs aw w -
D.. U, has filed said certificate m my; Meridian, has filed notice of intention t Mor adaud perom wh my be guilty h w
offer, ad has made application for tax to make final five year proof, to estab. of any vidatin of the provisions of this Ord- & in hr atmemat @ 8u see t
da, n "d prefe ebagch a gim N t any aendiyng o'* 55t cOt lUhnm 35v1rs en d ofan
ded to issue in accordance with law. lish claim to the land above described, pe... who upon convict shal U be punished by S0ighty4th oAhunddt. Kf as .i
aid certificate embraces the following before the clerk of the circuit court, at a fe not exceedin One HuBondred Donars, or im-. e eA. LdJ-r a ^ to pa 'V t
deribed property situated in Suwan- Live Oak, Florida on the 19th day of P"riomen not di Nine tda. j. B. Johamn. .
aw county, Florida, to-wit: Wi of March, 1909. So I Tet a te a cityy Solicitor for Copinant.
8E, section 21, township 2 south, Claimant name, as witness: mar election is herby aathoriz to raulate te Sherir Sale
ra 11 east, 80 acres. The said land H. J. SAPP, Wilmarth, Florida. amount tobe paid the iaectrs and clerk of
b assessed at the date of the issu- FRANKLIN THOMAS,. chee cton ad to pridt fsun ior dryta Notice is hearty iven Oat ad nd by vwtea
sace of such certificate in the name of J. p. VOYLES, the various candidates for neninoatiosat S uch tSuI in c i
aoowLn. Unless said certificate shall JOHN LAWRENCE, primary election: provided. that no candidate 3d Jdic Circut of Florida. m and fer Aaus _
be rdemed according to law, tax deed HENRY S. CHUBB, ShSal be fsd mone than two per cent of the we m1, G sth-rt c
H RSCnl compensation of the o af for which he isw A k r .
wil issue thereon on the 22nd day of Ed fee paid. Register. a candidate. rati is plaitW aW PP. & McDmi and L C
ious.coparteras wIder the Arm ras of P
March, A. D., 1909. -- S 1. In the appointment of Jspector McDniua & Co.. a dd t. I ha ve
Witness my official signature and Mater' Sale. and elerk of such primary elecon the committee um and will on Moday the 5 d W AM(L
M ki Ch Uat AW far aS as pomi- 1909. at the frat de of the a tees.
eal ths the 17th-day of ebru A. Notice hereby iven that by virtsa of en de up- o et qild ot fro lit id uoont durin the i d
D.f 9. J. W. BRYSSON, cree of foIr and it made smad" mnt.d bIy by a majority of t aates before such prn- t therffor inn and ml agIs e atg
bert Circuit Court Suwanneecounty, the H n. dg of the circuit t mary ektlod; provided such agreed list as Sled best idder for cash, to utif m*id mlae
orid .wanrs county. Florida.an the lsth day of Januaryr,
A. D.. 1, in a certain aus then pendinr on cth e Ton iL Except as hereino provided. al that 3rtain utock df ite 5 adih le a
Uni.o nf Annl aeation for Tax i ..a...A.. o, us. haD he .aua wuted by the g Oeral eeis da thaist44o e r. -a t ha I h OW

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