Title: Suwannee Democrat
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 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: June 4, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00562
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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Pat and To Oftm It's the Back. D
Eveysm has a weak pot. f deii
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TeN yomthe kidn need belp- trat for th e eeded m im ts
For bka t rolea leily 4hL avi ng akdy born ruded.
A kidney cu is wr t you need- The .ul bii ca ti work
era's Kiey Pilb cue sick l kL eyswas, s ^the Mm. atw1i- C.o
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C eeandOM e. paof this city, ad they vi prt a
Ue O Po roforce of men upon the uuL by the
H. Cl Ohio e i ,fi rst of the coming week and emplete
L B. CosOhio avene. L Oai, i
., y "When I was 18 years those already erected at the University
I hd a sevre fall, and from that time s,
awThis contract provides for the con-
* brac tro Yegh wyk. Siesv pletion of Buckman Hall, and it will
and kidneys and any slight old require number of weeks to complete
aught aay made my suffering the contract. Besides the carpenter
r. My kidneys were o dorwork, the entire building is to be
erone, y tisecretons l o n or painted and stained on the inside,
and at times r canty. A friend whihel will add very materially to the
finally rtecomme y Doan's Kidne attractiveness of the present quarters.
fiNlly rto me acoMda box fromKidn Thomas Hall is also to be repaired
elSto wanee D ouC .I befgs an finished up in first-cla style.
the y t D e m eCo.,Im ut fth Cement floors ar to be placed in the
rw. They took tlh bImas out of!
my bock amd regulated thepng Ofbath rooms, the walls are to berm
the kidney Mretions. I feed that I plbstered mad the satire building will
ow much rlato 1 Kidn be overhauled were it is fund meee-
owe much to Doan's Kidney Pik" I
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FoItr--Mibi R C<%. .Bu alo, N.Y., ThUis i8 only the first step taken by
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The Bifg Hlo
is of two kin-coocmt and the big
head that coo from a sick headache
Does your head er feel like a gourd
Md your brain fee loose andaore?
You an cure it no time by acting on
your liver ith Ballard's Herbine
Im't it wrth trying for the absolute
and certal relief you'll get? Sold by
Soawam Drug Co. 504t


Flue Fi F Fry.
W r. Editor: Plase allow me pc e L
n the Democrat to tell of a fine fish
fry at the Bethay lake.


befre the --- ss On Saturday, May 29th, J. H. Me- ITo
Gee and famih and a few friend enm-!
T A i joyed a fish fryat the Bety lakec ,
S few mi from Welborn e were
Tamp.-rta uml T Ye Me 's'm seventeen pIr eat, ad we had
tiffttn A---~~a--!-- W -t tcam- fsh enough for dat may more,. md
pa n. co clai y *y foray fund Ithe we cooked to perfe too.
wah whxhb to compbft their new buikd-; -
:th which! ne E rm e had a fin time on the bovei
SA. su!t-Td a WeoCJ contribu of baks of that dear old lake.
.. r "%e arrest wbui JOme J th they propose to have
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*w wa am oI tw evemp. sh hearsai l;lf'Y*tvril c'i'e with 'N'd that wu b
s ve a t UnfdtaN. This *rneC -%wldltitin
oft bm o *asm. r k o hall o also exists at Arm. Tirv and the therer ,
MVS Dk hmwe& all you ) Q PE A h phtltbor cflt to \ewberr
N ow- g vI hw ctaoamw e tk The thelphL'fle lane of the FASt Flori-
t6eph",ofbs Ea our troubi. rshe dl (ON1mi) WtF &hU id 4Ut of
wbunem temporally. but th-ey a! mee
bum* d ow stnS, shde kwwws every
is toW wife she knows P a 1fre of meu at wkonc anvd have
Vor No we ant wth the boys. a gmttcn LhCIom rn order.
*sm From nearly cvCFv section th have
wl eaur ch felkw ~r t ~ It he hAun C
sthp, dMe-sm9vn Lwousahes had sme ran.bmat it has been in
6 ka eL At ka over% an m tmtk ad a om pWienel m ad the can-
a b@ ha be iL in fut taoupe growers feel that unless they


Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
'ablets will brace up the nerves, ban- A healthy man is a k in his own
:h sck headache,. prevent desp devy: right; a unhealthy man is an unhappy
nd invigorate the whole system. Sold slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds
6y Barclay & Groover. Druggists j up sound health-keeps you well 1


LIVE OAK, FLA., Jan. 6, 1909. MEANS
PROF. K. M. CLAYTON, City. jWhy not avoid y
Stion in vour byiler
DEAR SIR: After seven months of study on Pitman system alterations by
of shorthand without gaining sufficient knowledge to do satis- quality lumber hrM. 4l
factory office work, I took up your Pernin Light Line system when it csts yo s nid
and within four months was able to do extensive office corre foot ead you I b
spondence. It gives me pleasure to make known the suDerior- of mind that W bN


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and willbe glad to have you write or confer personally with the
Bank if you wish to borrow money or deposit money


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0.ba dWmaumpO
~~~wb J bit
ib c a oC~ s--


uIuWks M Ru 0 a woo US heoso
le um- N e4 o e* bya vo


MAY RETURN VIA LIVE OAK.
Capt. Hillmu Urge Pathdrs to
Try Retm Trip Via Tit City.
From percent iirdirtiun- the Atlanta-
Jaesonlle run will beomte most
ponpar with autmnobihst a the South,
sad it wl be but a ort whe until the
trip bertw the twocitim c =be mid
in a few boon more thu a da. With
the god roeda m, emtbsuoq
S pw- a&dt Ml w1it tep.Mple
of Gerwdl ehimd tWo bet that
my saw- d rd Inufai rm d an
-m b bet. it f a PUm t hw
kg tqotfn d tef e to cit i "aby
e 0l the lM t rmdw nt& .(theu Ms-


I& PW ad Uh-ftVMWith; CAPT.*LLEANW IUVIRMIR
. t aet PW ou fsm"tqW Cqst W iJ Hift m "Wcomland
be a iinj. wIN kam tepme tUto Low"
Uo ath who in the My, in mink
"aselwp of Almomm at d a tpe I 0( km m triV M Le U Oak
to Mewpe I Atlem i s ma i1.
-is P. Mek. 00u
LOT W ItaWIN40t W Pines""mo
Ist" m" I have had in &A my
im TW M6 a i m* 64 y


Madion, Fla., and arriving at Live
Oak at 2Z5 p. m."
TuB ROUTZ UBRGD.
Capt. Hillma Aid that be could hav
continued on and reached Jackuille
late Satrday aftmnoas.
Thi route, hbe lier, i the most
feasible that ou M be uoectr4 ad ad-
teraarefl t*dy in aIl probaity
migt be a1eNtmI few bhm
In bfact, C Hila H isn wo an
ti ow I tri ti t he is Uzim tt
the Patf pty hr Im Ad"
shnM rnn to tkt city m Lme k.
a wbb dew* be -a joad iWa L &
eMibnM o tat city, we dihn to
fw- a bC fr the pty fr bm
Jadmmvib to Li (Ok, tar wtm
p-i Capt Hin dRs taMlf to
bhuo, thmr pilot Jakuamvl N.
trupahi
Vard O a"r o
To thes kad nf ad o hem
remer w ad b o eth aCti --. P.
Trnq o we wish to upe -ow
sypsa Md hvo U thei 8 l


NEW RAILROAD TO TADIA.
The O. & L P. Rdrgm Cimf
Wi th doT.x.
The commetio dkmtifa in
the 06m ad Keyuhi Pk =bud
with tie ThI NEk at a )t
Aabot two an=DI =t d 8kmom
iniksm Adyms l- bm=nd bdf
~ ~uuq rruMsr hikm
'd ~ rbrl I III b*P@4
of dt II md 6l* e
The 84 adw it 6 dn =4 wu
m e lThe u~. d gf fd
amymd at puf b a* qiklo
the~ ~~lu te1qsN
irg aw "Imb)rr od t bd 81n "

ar sin t a byd s
mPri)ow, u the U" sM ti -n
pimb t e u ftm te
e, md "Md n ssaw m psi

hawmd bw t somr m i In" by
&net me*, bet b SUfta Pm
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* -~A SL, U"e Oak mla
dmbuutdom Prim.
Z DO.1 lOi M PL M MYEAI


at te Uve Oak Ptobte as


AM do ktreim will adjour to
day. Whe ymemm to thnk of*it
thi t bo W&jut a wel

N8py The SL Jaemb Newe.Preu
S"Kanin.b the n of an inutitu-
do iUMtr a bodting girlinto a


SIh Ceem'eChise News ui wied
a 6wbohw N ~mv Wbuor bo
U- pd o. rTl w Mgtu.s
bob up be* &wi in Flun

adOb y aftf w

sof -r
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-f bmlft11 ftvift bd


MOlM nr l pe o fi
fm i Pll





asl-"tnbeftooad adv l
gIal aa-b -tw-o Itwa ia
aua ea





,_ytothep -rofe lhvi there.
S--lh4I tkt io d add


a timdm*iun whnB the few
SNBg eroes of the lot cause will
w h ml ir anual rnion,
e in amphia, Tam The rail-
M,, lo, more generous an act
Syqlm ra ntes of one dollar for
tripfrom any part of the
ii t mThere are few left to
taadvetaf of therailroasgenew
eiy, itd til be but a short time
tL sy arw only sacred memories.
SIU i wma the thd yet plotted them
a peu shl d nhaip u possble-not
ait uti tly lan dad and then build
mnwamm extoin their bravery and
virtue.-Kbinmee Valley Gazuette.

Th greater activity in real estate in
aht "very part of Florida within the
it yearor so i marked. "Farm
b amda w Iawfnh in nwm nnma


K- ip the p1k tnbistI


weoeM r y,e w ot Mo m ity l
thk ata have to at riti, ed it
b m a hre yuw ie the td

thi ety habd olie t fdi i haad
tobdOd the raoi atomnake t w
p mmrmt, d fir thrt nemma it h
bme the practice of the Cnty Com
airrnsr tokupthe rad bet they
mMd with the eaast possible expea
Wbtin the puet method of wort
ibgltl@ is the bet or nt, w
ah nt ay, but we do behve athey
Ciaty Cnmnutms are ge tting the
very best results they can for the momy
xi- Some other system might
be a orpod and better reit obtaied,
bat for yeas pt, euder very system
tried, there have bar complaints mae,
changes suggested and many of them
tried, with the result that today the
roads are in title or o better condition
than they were years ago
It take the hearty co-operation of
the dcitisams to make a sccesn of any-
*i&, ad until the Board of County
Coa smBuBes reeie the co-operation


d aM e a t efthe citimus of the
-lty i the matw d e tab iag
ad k*iVfspi rr the pub mrod
dIMthey-, the nad problem will
- h ae n llwa tt, Wea

uq oad t kesU b.
5l 1m t I of mlIy m
ad f e a a* of




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-wwh||ii Teybwatheht
lmgmth emt ath ad
we e e^ v y i-- to eMle ahy

WTi efier ado r&Ne them matly
y have examined *to the Batter.
Tey bay be doig as well or better
thandy cIad poesiby do under the
S- cinmtaa
Wear all interested in good county
roads, and as dtia and tax papers it
i r Viyto mist th Cuunty Com-
mimioers in every way we can in es-
-h ahi nd ma mining them.
Recently there has been a number of
eommnniations published in the Demo-
crat upon this subject They were all
timely, and in some of them suggestions
were offered that may prove of benefit.
But what is needed most of ail is for
the citizen who sees where an error has
been made, or is about to be made, to
attend the meeting of the Commision-
ers and tell them of it that it may be
promptly corrected. We believe the
Commissioners are all reasonable men
and will meet you half-way in any at-
tempt you may make to improve the
condition of the public roads. It's
worth trying, anyway.

THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF
FLORIDA.
The psalmist David must have been


uom= mmn f in 4


d-adtbbIWH. I.%
1hc itne F mmi. w
salolh -Dammti party, 3a hi

waters b w it, wr the Hum's
ahI it.
Nobody ws where we are at,
nbwhewearegoig to, what w
anCoe rto do Whaowe aoat dW
t ish bi tk dmthtds taeM to ot
noai, pd isntlea to g on-tg
Nurf o f themuies t o ginu-
ro &d ar party organison, and asl
prt or sf repect, and e Mor
stud p .ini r and police ies wbi
will -alMt a together and e nd Md
tM spet of al who oppoIa Q
We, therefore, heartily m d te
motim which h been made bythe
Lake City Index to all a convention of
the Denarat of this State to mot at
M central point m after the ad-
jourmet of the Legislature to formu-
late a platform and a poly of political
procedure. -Japer News.

SPEAK NO ILL OF THE DEAD.
The Pacoi Newn in speaking of
the I ielature which adjor= today,
Iay the giiatu of mnints hun-

&d nd w wil b ov hbtU wit
|l6MWP6e abd faresn al thNo
ohef theetato Thhhd whourae

thbs me w hemM wers that bedy.
We we at 'ia to waft atmb the
meding t ittoimn pdt to sleep
ofi r ela oc t, o exprs ear
Ne Ik rtne wer met ter-d
drof ae ts t witi bettesrpr ectia o
gat Ini reetu~to in theway )

iU adr il th J snil-le artier
Whe thoed gravel ao ve o r vh
I lalbres t id e weekend tet p pHI
*s rlag aian the ads jrstt
ime de of the a esa of 1 thet the.
emn dof both humo e will be lled with
bill of great imuportae to the peope
of the state. And why?
Becaem the members have been too
busy playingg to the galleries" in mat-
ters of "wpNat" qislatiM have bee
spending too much time hunting up re-
dicW us aensatio, making aueless
"investigations," and pasing local
charter ilk

Speaker Farris will never be gover-
nor of the great State of Florida, and
he will never represent this con-
greaioanl district i the United States
Congrea& In the recent fight in the
legislature on the Jacksocville charter
bill, he proved himself of too small a
calibre to even be mentioned in the
"also ran" class. He was first on
one side of the questio', then on the
other, and the motive for his actions
have been brought into question. We
feel perfectly safe in aaying that it
will be some years before Duval county
again elects him to represent her in


the legislature.


Mnt ," say the Live Oak Demorat, speaking for the Democratic party of How quickly you can tell a live town
n a mare ready ale now than ever Florida, when he said, "I am fearfully from a dead one by simply looking over
belro and ata advaed prie. and wonderfully made." its newspaper. A poor, skim-milk sort
p wh have money to invest an be- If the Democratic parzy nf Flcrida is of newspapers, with a few small adver-
ga' w to te that Florida lands not 'fearfully and wonderfully made" tisement, and those looking like they
m bod to iaare in values and they then we never saw anything that was. were run at half-price, betokens a dead
mbe tbht WOM of res. Lad It is a conglomeration of Democrats, town as sure as a corpse indicates a
to s Bmewaa for 2 to85 per acre Socialists, Populists, Independents and funeral; while a good, lively, well
w In a few yors be worth from $20 Republicans. printed paper, filled with fresh ads and
teL." 'brni themselves are be- The only correct picture that could locals, shows that the town is prosper-
gt to appredate the value of be drawn of it would be a dish of board- ouM and thriving. It never fails. --Or-
a n it ethe State has been ing house hash lado SentineL
ow ad t a the rd, withthhe re- When the Democrats in convention ,,
- "__. im i- .p.. f at Tampa a few ears ago, made a,
So uiry foamprai wth e Populist, The Dade City Star thinks "about
u W t iaM -'1no-Unaion. mprom with t they.3 or more members of the lower house
hike F sold their birth-right for a t is vor Wht to be at home plowing
mm of potta very poor potta at


been benefited. W hy'a'
Adaese Get Cardml tbewr
remedy, for women od al u


It


Hd YoI


MBt. Lsmrit morou Tsmrff W
SI sufferd Irith tb tam f ld s ad
wWhot relief. had p a -lw My bWId
utsitup. AtltItok Cdm i Ad WuIaM
I have told maI y Iadis abtt Caodmi ai
una.w Try iL


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DRESS GO

fIsti% of White Awng, fipnres ar
Dimitia Chitfoo% Frm& Batifik Pourkii
o a new mine of Ldie' d Gents' Nd kl .
&hiefk Hlif7.etc. Thelibealprs- o ni i
giren s m tide department, doa- tratse the
our goods in this ine. We extend a cordil m
times, to the di to cme and inspect our ood.
OUR STOCK OP-


A


TINWARE AND FANCY AND PA


GROCERIES

is full and complete, New line of Agatewr -
play. Call and see it W0ANTED-ChickeV
Shelled Corn. When youneed anything in the
eral Merchandise, call and see us.


McLeran Mercantile


WELBOR N,


B. P


COACHMA


Is Back to


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P aib om~y ualy rvu* uim
at TmS LWu' + wiVK
Wbi B& Care, of Weh, mr
do gmatod mis m &M&wavfe du
.Lnpt ed iwsruiatdat ha~Ct~i-
W. L Toddkr, pmkiM of d tl 7&
dW WluW C&, waI iank
bubm td oat of the WeaL


BEFORE buyming
J watcwi y-o-u AU
nm about the How-
ARD-AC one Ameri-
l that has Rd 6ikand


rd t pockIet We.

Sthe fat American thihaode
we cm fwfsa a a tim.keeper.
Ewvy HOWAID is aditued .
its nd rice-cketed at the
hc~or-w 35-ootoSSIoSOX. Price
is r cut.
We w ar mt fatgrelIia dictive

A Mal e of gb, W.Mmi, ,,ois.
Iute ad Himia
R. R. WATCHES
rM l4 ak. We t -P *tt Wem af
-Ar. M- at me ad indi.

Mmrf=t de fdr mfOtNDrPim

Wr CAN PIT TOUR R YS
J. D. RADFORD
I.VE OAK, rL.ORIDA


T M amnic of Day wi ed.
rate St JdM Day, Js ithc with a
and -p Th nTm M h p V of
tfidty bemoa invt otojUstbma
ad be tar ount far the day.
Mr. Ed MifL, of Li Oak, ttraki
fright quat of the Suaberd Air
Lim, pint varal days hn tinr wek
ok after pineapple ahmemt fur
his company.-Fort Pierce New.
Cut pricm on tobacco and al kind of
groceries, flour, etc., at Cuba Meran-
tile Co., Welborn.
Mrs. W.J. Hillman andMr. T.S.
Baisden, after a two week's stay in
Atlanta, returned home Friday on the
Coast Line. Capt. Hillman and Mr.
Baiaden came home in Captain's auto-
mobile.


fro w- am w

wm boau at

I mrDgmt~i
rim r pW=a m


YIts

uub t the marke

*r *sewia pricsthis


-m heM thcir r-ow

ONwE bv lyouH r


C ad Mm, Ndba
-o fMt Cais



re'adn'a L &OWN is


l yov to Strand. The Suwannee Dancing Clu
| slo U tr e ach week on Wednesday n
m- L mm.w" 's Caed 50 cents per lb., Dowling Park. A special t
d6 wek em, at Cook's. been chartered for the ammmr
E gW* rg OiMn C eft Hakimr and Evelyn 0. P. & G. railroad. Non-me
tM oas im Ihave g to Savannah to visit the club will be required to pay
n ir t Mmdl sa Liazie Lawler. road fare. Ladies free.
I0 g Tftv o ad im f a hMadome piece of Special values in Lace and ]
I gn ol d amid old plated jew- ery. The Ladies' Emporium.
b y frte at J. B. Evans'. The Florida Drug and Bo
if d 'i M~ J. Cadhell left Tuesday for panry-Cook's -is having tb
| c. C iA a wk's visit to relative in Lake City, opening this week and the
U Lt. Oak and Lament.-Juper News. being visited by hundreds of


1a -Ik a" e at



mi bimd a ham




Sad her motherat
d df h, wo werem

bL Ui Oak the pat

MLI Islm Wagon at a
b liU Stock Co
d h r b p tad tablet at

Sek hi S8oday school
Ot M-r d down to Pea-
i hrm aiday pimic.
6 h Ielh tme of their

oft d a"to the utmost
Mp Id book at Cook's,
m at popular teacher
ham


b meets
ighta at
rain has
rover L.
mbers of
Regular

Embroid-

ok Com-
eir drug
store is
people,


and they are all having a good time,
Try the Cah Mercantile Co., Wel- voting and guessing and trying Cook's
an, for hay, oata, etc. 'cold drinks.


Co. T. W. Fielding left yesterday
for Live Oak, and will be absent in that
ectiom for the next few days on busi-
nw.-Gainesville Sun.


Buy your next pair of
they handle nothing but
yard's Shoe Store.


Shoes where
shoes. Har-


Drew Groover, collector for the
Steam laundry, had the misfortune last
Friday while looking after some work
in the laundry, to have his face badly
burned with steam, from the effects of
which he ha since been laid up, but he
is getting along nicely and will aoon be
able to be at his post of duty again.


Cha Johnso and wife, of Suwannee
county, spent Saturday and Sunday in 1 Capt W. J. Hillman and T. S. Bais-
town, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.den returned home Saturday from At-
W. Wetherington-Jasper Banner of lants. They made the trip in Captain's
Liberty. automobile, leaving Atlanta Friday
morning and arriving here Saturday af-
A full line pipes. Suwanee Drug Co. ternoon, making the trip in about the
W. M. Ferrell returnedMonday even- same time as the passenger train. They
Wn. f ehad a very pleasant time on the road.
ing from Wdelborn, where he went on a,
visit to his wife, who is spending a fewi Nice line tobacco and cars at S. P.
days with her parents.-Jasper Banner Mays.
of Liberty.
Miss Claudie Yates, of this place,
We are giving away solid gold ad'and Mr. Luther Helton, of Live Oak,
gold plated jewelry. J. B. Evans. were quietly united in the holy boods of
Worth Dexter, who has been quite wedlock on Saturday evening last at 3
sick in Atlanta, and who was compelled o'clock, Elder W. L Cottrell perform-
to undergo an operation, is reported to ing the ceremony. The Banner joins
be improving and getting along as well in with their manv friends in wishing
as could be expected. this happy couple a long and prosper-
ous life.-Jasper Banner of Liberty.
ALA Jt-.P.- -. -aQ .... D U,..,.


-l--"-U OM UUMcn cleaner atL -r. 1 mays. Buy Crown stoves, best made. Sold
1 h p and tablets. Lake City, White Springs, Mayo and by Cash Mercantile Co., Welborn.
l C nearly even city and town in this sec- We ae glad to report Mrs. Ander-
I k jG.. Edwrds and tion of the State have organized base-son who has been ill for ome weeks
|t. o Floral City, who ball teams and are playing the national past, w s able to be up and walking
m atf Capt ad Mrs. game. Why can't Live Oak join them around henhouse. Mrs.Anderon was
If F t wan"all home" team'aound the house. mrs. Anderson was
l I for Filer City, with n 'l home" team1 very ill indeed, and for several davs her
a -MWI d Tvilt to Mr. Absolutely free-a handsome piece recovery seemed doubtful She is
oter rativu. of jewelry at J. B. Evans'. doing nicely and we hope she will fully
Sa th d at Winder Surr y returned Friday regain her health.-White Springs
b 3 L eStokCo. winder Surnc r e e F a Herald. Mrs. Anderson is the mother
totm g' DtLetnd here he has been at-' of our fellow-townsman, Dr. T. S. An-
tk. nat ~i $trein the law indepar is itmentderson, and during her recent illness
Is M a m that tour in the la depmentthe Dr. made dailv visits to White
urk .( COl. r ad of tht grmt institution and is making: Springs and spent the greater part of
Sa-- __ ..:.h L,.at,,Jns a rilS


A Man and-

A Man and a


WHAT would you think d a -M k mM

Itll wl ame 1 Wiild be ampWl a
WHAT woldd y tiank of a in thlium
who tried torm (6 the stream f bB 1PmI I=drIY : a i
plexity without the aid of a Ba.k?
YOU can aval yourude of the benefits of an maout
this Bank at your pleasure




The Citizens Bank of Live- Oak


LIVE


OAK,


FLORIDA


I STATE, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITOR


Toilet paper at Cook's.
G. P. Cross is away from his tuds
at the Southern on account of sickm
Miss Florence Willard, of Dow
Park, is the guest of im Maul
Baaden this week.
Mrs. 1. L Dowling, of Dowliq
Park, was the charming guest of Mrs
H. E. Carter, on Tuesday.
FoB RNT--Seven room hooae, mod-
em convemences. Apply to B. [Lan,
Seaboard Freight office.
E. D. Hodge visited honmeolkl at
Newberry Saturday and Sunday, re-
turning to his studies at the Southern
Monday.


Have yor m p ud I adat
Caek's
Dr. York wi be Inbb AnumI
amd"y aw d *therubwno

Luff-Laiu geld pmW" b
Sinaf Iwq din ad do b
b Mrnr nto Dmni AN *


day fig. Jaehum em *a i
bm a a mfe p w &p he Inmk
Ham aiVid w m af-
city th br ms
H. FP. Huasm of -
ty's boys w14 hk" bi dbm


Miss Blanche Grubb, who has been a Uivmity ast sLo I- Id
attending Telclark school at Oriando momal or A- be' f
came home Friday, and will spend her 'courem at ih.
vacation in Live Oak, I l li
Nice medicine glass with your ftintI bee made bh cty to 1
prescription, at Cook's. work of inele adm PW
Miss Naomi Hampton, of Hampton' stree -'fh e M,. d r f
Swa t guest ofof Mfinias h Otrf avewe- bWe I.
Springs, was the guest of Miss Carmita ', ,. Ob_


Grubb Wednesday. Miss Hampton and
Miss Grubb left today for a visit to
friends at Madison.
Mrs. Antoinette Clark announces the
engagement of her daughter, Jessie
Lenore and Dr. J. Marvin Price, of


urs w To DO-.


Arrawtasmob we as
Board of Cmty Cmam a-
meetiag Tuaoe wit to 7m'
bhu bk y hee aD em m wri 1
becasbebytMat b at _l AM
ao u I m f


Live Oak. FIL, the wedding to take: '. h :_, .
place the last of June, in Cordele.-At- p
lanta JoarnaL MM .
Sid Hinely came fromnMadiso Mor- M. Mao a of MIs M, l
day, where he had been to visit Mr. city We e mby nm frm a -M
Hinely and the abies It will be re- week's vit wi t dramdi no
membered that Mrs. Hinely was called in Suwamme a Nd M--o -
to Madiaso eeral weeks ago on ac- Wie in Live Oak L d Bo p b
count of the serious ilbw of her us and ordered the D srat to
mother, Mrs. Randall and we are sorry his addre. He wan to k"- p p
to report that Mrs. Randall isstill very on Live Oak and Sainwam
low. matters.




FURNITURE


TO COMPLETE

the appointments of your
dining-room why not
have the old Chairs or
Tables replaced with a
set from our present fine
Furniture display? Styles
that are appropriate for
ever room. Prices that
will be found suitable for
every purchaser's needs.


We Carry Everything to


Equip Your Home


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Millinery prices have been reduced at
The Ladies' Emporium.
D. H. Dowling and family have ar-
rived from Live Oak, and have moved
into the Demorest cottage, recently
vacated by Benj. Stilley. Mr. Dowling
will have charge of the commissary at
the Dowling milL.-Stark Telegraph
Losr-A suit case on the Luraville
public road, Saturday morning, June
30th. Finder please return to Racheal
Campbell, (colored) Clayland settle-
ment, and receive reward.


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1- -f .tK, dLWSOak is

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b m m Un rnfB h Ark, for
a M vk w Wof --

M. a m, Dave, H aid kUe
d"we h rMrt lNdi fa Tm-
oboer thy vi epi a few
vloBthit df Mr. He'srpants
sa* ws a 0nt0i holiday-
Mirbi Day-ad yterday, June
i w Jst Davis' birthday a&d it
rnspetty gmna y observed in this
dty.
Koei6 Borsie Cameu and sup-
pea SbrMane Dlg Co.
S W. .Lle retned Monday after-
eon from a eombied business and
l imn trip to Taofame Wml wa
tSlmtmdayad. saw aod hard the
date &--oo, or whatever you are
a" t. cl it oa the Jackmvile
ta Ml in which Spealkr Farri
ItIms meactiveparp.
Mb IW W. Hai anMdaughter, Mi-
Myrti,wh have Ombee qpeB the
putt"wNsb at Ce-bik, vitIg
e dit IMU Carrie rby, n-
Stunrd int iran oaft o ncm-
PUMlyE iab teirby, who vi
udum-t i ,i, tyy, theuet e
oflmitinisdmdtfmoly.
WAYm-&Malad Cypress Pilh,
Ste M fea ; qaity red or
W &H meiM TimMi drd hedt
fly. B -af-d if-mta, write
GOIns Ucain Co., Jacknd.


|q ad Mhrwii -days thereafter
Safqt I d ser wverythiw mi
teim .it UW e. T.,"be
a M 1aaoft fisthe mand
b ef th iYd eoity to get a
S O- dmwa fr*.head to foot
; af vwmy a& sy. We predict
whir ma bi business
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m w i thecity this wee the
g\d ft er, Mrs. Ahce Arm-
engH. art High aud Lock re-
t si dbtheirhemeat Crystal Rivr
Syeirday. accaianed by Mrs. Cul-
""er.


Z J. L hW h one of the good citizen
who e i a few miles from O'Brien
* the b-m of the S ~wr e river,
thecity Tu mday to talk over
eh"ul matters with the School Board
Mr. Webb say hool will soon com-
mm- in his aeifhborhood and that the
DBard hbe rt them a splendid
teacher. MW isthe city he called at
the Demcrst oce and left the cub
to reme M nbeiption to the Demo-
crat.
Capt. Johb W. Hawkins is certainly
atied with leating in Inverne,
Sad so ii s sfaiy. There is not a
baseor a eef leshin hu ponder
b4y that is ay, aad the way he is
king U Nthrtbe berar lotbloom
Sm In additi to
lmi oa sm i home place, he
mety m ~ ho d roitiated some
hea a these oe shore adoig the
abm & Curter pred a d now has
a IeBind e d em. m umh dinamn


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Crs in this s etion of the outy

bhus beeowaumberofcasesod
h* hi in tis section, and several
de hae b bs klo&
tI Bott pad is getting to be quite
a p ds- r -ki ple. Ant MWy'
aea tried her hk the otherday a ad
aht a ee 6L Mr. Scott aad
- cau ght Is than s one day.
D rew miteh cabght the finest brim I
kave mB i May day.
I thik I ought to say something
about the paic ro I agree with
mM wreha ve bean writing to the
Democrat, hat must say that I believe
we are to blame to some extent for the
conditiaooftheroada. There arelots
of uswho do wrong by throwing old
pieces of rail m or near the road, (in-
stead of burning them.) The hogs
come along and roll them into the road.
We then blame the contractor for not
moving them.
There should be some consideration
in this matter for others. I do not
think there is much to be gained by
kicking. I think our contractors are
doing very wel and I think they deserve
praie Yours truly,
T. H. MncmL.

The Phblc ROad&
Editorof Democrat:-I wish to say a
few words on the pubic road question.
I notice several are writing on this
object, a&d al who have expreed
themselves appear to favor the old way
of working.
I would like to suggest another plan.
Is there not ome way to get the roed
eutm.etors to do more work pon the
road-to keed them in better repair?
They arepaidfor the work they do.
There should be some o to look out
ad Me that they do their duty, and
to se that aU work is done before they
an paid for it.
If we should go back to the old style
Sit will be up to the farmers to dotbe
work, but by hiring the work done
every tax payer helps to work the roads.
I think this is is the best plan if the
road workers will do their full duty
and keep the roads in good repair.
Hoping to hear frnm others upon this
side of the question.
Yours truly,
F. W. WELCH.
O'Brien, Fla.

Falmouth Notes.
Iring Hall went down to payhis
fried, Jasper Hart, a visit last week.
Mrs. B.C. Holland spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Powers.
Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Miss
Minnie, of Baudwin, are here on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. C.
Wright.
Irig Hall and Alex Page were the
guests of friends at West Lake Sunday.


Mrs. W. C. Wright and Miss Obie
Baker spent a very pleasant day last
week the guests of Mrs J. E Canno.
J. B. Deeswas here ast Friday and
Saturday visiting relatives and friend.
Our box-supper wau success. Ev-
eryone enjoyed it. Reports have it
that we are to have another real soon.
We had a fine rain Saturday which
was badly needed. "Y."


Death of Little Edu (Griffin.


Died, in this city Eriday afternoon,
May 28th, little Edna, the two and one-
half year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Griffin, at their home in the west-
ern part of this city. The remains
were laid to rest Saturday morning in
the city cemetery. The funeral ser-
vices were conducted by Rev. John A.
Wray.
Bright, happy and cheerful, little
Edna carried sunshine with her wher-
ever she went, and she was a great
favorite with all her little playmates.
She wu sick but a few days with
Hip1theri when death came, and thus
over a hippy.home the shadow of a


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Aitt aml 61Itwll tA
After served m ssby the s t
_uba A To $ -podby tdo
;M- M-low. SL tehmr

rer t e twhei am the coaties d
pM for lkpiag up t*he a tn e
te~the uTatha we du-


tc wood help increase the ater-
t oft the r, the l ote to hold
t etie os a Owth. Them
meet to beeld the hlat Fridy ee-
nBgf each ath. lfyMthiakorhar
of ne pan that wold be hemadeal
to the ladM make a noe of it ad brng
ittothese meetings. It will help to
make them more interest and really
help the clss abo
During the evening refreshments
were served.
The ott4k.mnce of the class continue
to be splendid The average each Sun-
day is from 19 to 20.
Let's not depend entirely on the
committees to do all the work, bat let
each member get to work and we will
continue to increase the attendance and
interest. We are always glad to have
sLangers and visitors meet with us.
Time ad place: Baptist chrch, Sun-
day morning at 9:45.

R" Mil Carriers O rme.
Last Monday, June 31st, was a na-
tioal holiday, ad the rural letter car-
riers of this county took advantage of
the day off and oranied the Suwan-
ne County Rural Letter Carriers' As-
socdtion.
The meeting was held at the court
house in this city, aad was aled to or
der by A. A. Everett, of JeM gs,
preide1t of the State Rural Latter
Curie.n' AoeitioiL
The 7 mty eqaniutia wa pefent-
edby the election of G. T. MeDaniel of
thi city, president, and W. H. Goffof
Pinemount, eretary.
The meeting was well attended and
nearly every letter carrier and substi.
tdte in the county was enrolled as a
member.
J. P. Hunt, secretary of the State
Association wuas present and assisted in
the organatios.
The official proceedings will be pub-
lished in our next issue.


Sudden Death of Mrs. James Brim. I
Died, at her home in this city Satur-
day, May 29th, Mrs. James Brim, aged
about 30 years.
Mrs. Brim had been in poor health
for same time, but was improving, and
was able to be up and about the house
Saturday, when, without warning, she
was stricken with heart failure, and in
a short time thereafter death came to
her relief and her sufferings were over.
She was laid to rest in the Macidoiia
cemetery Sunday afternoon. The
funeral services were cavdted by
Rev. John A. Wray, pastor of the First
Baptist church of this city.
Mrs. Brim was a member of the Bap-
tist church and was a true hristian in
every sense of the word. Her home
instincts wer strong in this world of
disappointment, her affections for,
friends and kindred was tender and
abiding.
To the bereaved family we extend
heartfelt sympathy,

Death of Mr. J. P. Thompm o.
Died, at the home of his brother, Mr.
S. D. Thompson, in this city, Friday
afternoon, June 28, Mr. J. P. Thomp-
son, aged 54 years, after only a few
days illness of fever.
The funeral and burial services were
held Saturday and were conducted by
Rev. Lee, pastor of the Advent Chris-
tian church, of which he was a mem-
ber, assisted by Rev. Atkisson, pator
of the Methodist church. The inter-
ment was at the city cemetery.
Mr. Thompson had been in poor
health for sometime, and when stricken
with fever he was fully conscious that
he was nearing the last nf mrth


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WapakoDmeta, O.-Dy a pmMtun
explio of a emamm, Hny MaaM,
aed sevnty yeam, a former soldier.
was Wied at St. Mary'swi vle II-
daIy opuem the MemorI Day ohb


Conductor Killed by Car.
SaTvab ah GaL- W. Hauer, a
conductor on a street car, was cut to
pieces by a car, In the Gwinet street
subway, aad itataaly kiled.

Ceovlcted If Mrder
Aleandria, VLa-Cart JoM a
, mrWs emvite i m o mrdt em
the 2Mt ad ea for the kifa g of
Waltaer F. Uhlbm the Chait arta,
ear hr, On Marck 5 last.


brs POeadiar DOfL
Caleta--Psert though a key
holed Jeep Me n ye ars
reeved au ijry n BIn right eye
front aa m brea rfb t the la&b oi
a playmate n the other sie f td
door whtch cam-d is death

Prepare for UMae-.
kvauah, GOL-Prelflary -IN
have bea takes to weaom ad awe
for the dsx kundred dolips e-
pected a k rnaah earty N0on
ber to attend the uMral grad ep
tar ef Roal Arch Mus- of t
Uatted States.
Furte Are P e
Nahasle, Tes-Goeraar Pttsr
so puated p moo s to stee t W
sma of the Italte pemteAtlary. a&
wa- was the nes Wr a&IMO
o theaneaa.

METHOMOT CWWBC.
Rev R. V. Atklsoa. Pastor.
Services t 11 a.m. ad 746 p. m
Preaching by the pastor.
Sacrame-t of the Lord' Supper Su
day morning.
Sunday-chool *30 a a.,
Junior LeaguI U p. m.
Senior LeAgueModay 7 p a
Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wde&.
da 7:45 p.m
Good music, free pews and a cordial
welcome to alL

BAPTIST ?CHRCH.
Jno. A. Wray, Pastor.
Morning Service, 11 o'clock.
Evening Service, 7 o'clock.
Sunday School 9.4&
B. Y. P. U., 3 o'clock.
Mid-week prayer meeting, Wedne
day evening, 7 o0ck.

SECOND ADVENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH.
Regular preaching services 11 a m.,
and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 10:0 a m.
Loyal workers at 3:00 p. m.
Prayer services Tuesday 700 p. m.
JAMES LEE Pastor.

Notice of Sale.
Nobe. aas'givesr thrt "maor ad by fi-
toe ot a &Wl derma o futirn ri ma out at
aad Wderthe lhd Oaamd the emwart the
Third Judicwl Chut o aftsau ema. Vbti.
di. whin S& J. rm yOqDwi a -mpiMat
uad Tempe MawMe s rduul ma n the utin-W
Jb i 1)S duig tlhe b harnt o k at the
tront dor ot thel ert e a L" Oi (lab r
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