Title: Suwannee Democrat
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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: August 6, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00571
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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LIV OAK, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1.


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of an cities, t..
thwo state; als, teDa
eamiemanreand fa
r Ranixata in Fler.
theru dof fuldafr
Sof a silver service to
Florida:
9sit ds of the legisla-
bft&duced to appropriate
the puemhae of a silver
the battleship Florida
land it now beheoovsM
work and collect same by

o(f trde having taken
.i this matter, now pro-
ve lect from $7,000 to
Mal subaerip."o= from all
We think it is a very
that the largest bat-
Mlesrica navy is named
sa, and it should befit-
byhaving ahandsome
m w hieh could be trameed
W"ry of Flor"d from
Andsettlement.
q M ism let b cited, it is
I wer the governor appoint
t-v committee to look
Slib. an well as to present
bi l @phE of 191l.
ap spurn you the
o0 sthi matter, and
a hearty cooperation by
ibwts m your com-
msf l. lfab. remittance to
Dead of Trade, which
a Mm Ma of the fuoa and
a`ot through the
tmlmmFlt uMOM cow
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Mla thes, t ma, Muts k hno d
p| MMMto suhribn;w but,
It the start, ackmowler
a Mfaihir.
Swvery truly.
W. A Bowua,
"LPLm diet.
IIb. IAauvo Scrtary.."


low.! CemferaueIL
tbbh fy given that there will
|1 $ If the Joseph Finegan
154 1 U. C. V. in the court
IMt U Oak, August 18th at 11
mating will be held for
tf arranging matters look-
tel rtaining the State En-
to be held in Live Oak some-
Xb Number, and for appointment
MR O o the various committees.
L member be on hand at the
laut18th. Come and help
Sthe State Encampment at Live
iet ever held in Florida.
W. A. TISON, Commander.

L J. W. Tison left Monday for
*0lrigs where she will be the
3tm relatives for several days.


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-MtL Frauk Kaem.
Il t1b m iM.sthis city Satar-
VMU'| Fn fPhk Kunert, aged
AM 0SW^S aftwranlUneaof Yev-

AR Itlte m M-lo e that skilled phy-
ihM aim hold could de-
VIMdAiy forhb comfort and -
m ee wm dame, but the fiat of
HM Wbo res had bee isued, and af-
ter a brief struggle, despite the prayers
aad mtreaties of all who knew and
loved her, the spirit took its flight.
In the death of this beloved wife,
much has been taken from the husband
and family and the large circle of rela-
tives and friends; sweet ties have been
severed, but the christian hope and
fadeless memories are still theirs.
The funeral and interment took place
at the New Hope Cemetery Sunday
morning. The services were conducted
by Rev. Hendry, presiding elder.
The Democrat joins the many friends
in extending sympathy to the bereaved
ones.


Reduction in Tax Rate.
The Board of County Commissioners
had a busy three days' session this
week. Monday the assessors book
was examined and approved; Tuesday
was regular monthly meeting day when
bills were approved and other business
transacted, and Wednesday the pension
applications were examined. The
School Board was also inesession Tues-
day and Wednesday, and they were
very busy. Best of all, however, was
the reduction in the tax levy. The
county commissioners dropped the one
mill road tax, and will make the funds
on hand, together witi other amounts
to be added to this fund during the
year, pay for road work, and the school
board consented to a reduction of one-
half mill for school purposes, making
a total reduction of li mills. This is
not a very great reduction, but it will
be welcomed by the tax payers ,f the
eoutty. and shows the good intentions
of the board in the direction of saving
every dollar possible of the peoples
money.


Mrs. Geo. Wolfe and daughter, Miss
Ruth, returned last Friday from At-
lanta. Miss Ruth went to Atlanta sev-
eral weeks ago to visit the Misses Col-
lIu' and while there was taken dan-
gerously ill with appendicits, and her
mother went to her bedside at once and
remained with her, and accompanied
her home. Miss Ruth's many friends
will be pleased to know that she is al-
most fully recovered, and will soon be
herself again.
S. A. Adams, a prominent citizen of
Columbia, was in the city Monday on
business and honored this office with a
visit, and left the cash for another
year's subscription to the Democrat.
Alvin Bache dropped in Tuesday and
ordered the Democrat sent to his grand-
mother, Mrs. M. S. Bache, who is visit-
ing relatives at Oklahoma City, Okla.


MONEY HAS AN EARNING


POWER


One of the first things a young business man ought
to learn is the earning power of money. Every time
you save a dollar and put it to work in our Savings
Department, you increase your earning capacity. A
d oar spent means r.othing to you, but a dollar
rved is )ust one more strand in the force that will


MADE A DIVISION POINT.
Seaboardt Has lbMde Live Oak Divis.
ion Point fore Leal eights.
On last Monday Live Oak made a di-
vision point on the Seaboard Air Line
railroad for all local freight trains. The
run for the trains making this the end
of the division is ome train each way a
day, Live Oak to Fernandina, and Live
Oak to River Junction.
Lake City had heretofore been the
division point, and one reason for the
change was to better hande the large
volumn of business furnished to the
road here by to local tradeand by the
L 0. P. & G railroad, the Florida Rail-
way and the Suwannee River & White
Springs railroad company. The busi-
ness turned over to the Seaboard and
the Atlantic Coast Line here by the
roads mentioned above is immense, to
say nothing of the local business.
This change will bring some twelve
or fifteen families to our city, and will
in other ways prove of material advan-
tage.
The "deserted" married men are ar-
ranging to hold a three days conven-
ion, the date and place for same, under
the rules, will not be made known ex-
cept to those who are elligble to become
members and who pay their assess-
ment in advance. We violate no rules,
however, in stating that this conven-
tion will be held in a beautiful shady
grove near a lake of good drinking
water and the convention will be car-
ried on, in some respects, as near like
the Bankers convention, held in this
city a few months ago, as possible. Ap-
plications for membership, accompanied
by the fee, should be in the hands of
High Ruler J. F. Harrell, by next
Tuesday morning. Judge H. E. Car-
ter, is Sec. and Treas.
Jno. 0. Ross, of Rossburg, one of the
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XMed late New Oece.
Dr. West huas moved into the offices
Over J. C. Baisden'sa store, the two
front room of which were formafrly oc-
cupied by Dr. York as damtal offices.
Henow has four large room and is
having them excellently equipped in
every way for the needs of his profes.
sion.
Private cmsult~tion rooms for both
men and women as well as an operating
room, and a room to be used as a
chemical and bacteriological laboratory
which is very essential in detrmining,
for a certainty, the causes and treat-
ment of internal diseases.
One has only to look at the various
diplomas and certificates on the walls
of Dr. West's rooms to see the special
advantages he has had for making these
various modes of examination and fol-
lowing them up with the correct meth-
ods of treatment.
His offices will excel anything we
have seen in any town or city in the
South for his line of work.

J. W. Wells & Son, merchants of
O'Brien, Fla., on the 31st of July,
bought of W. L. Mclnnis the first lot
of cotton of the 1909 crop, the price
paid was 0lc per lb. O'Brien is one of
the banner sections for the production
of a high grade of Sea Island cotton,
aud her merchants are determined that
the present crop shall not sell for a song.
Dr. R.V. Atkisson, the beloved pastor
of the First Methodist church, of this
city, left Tuesday for Atlanta to join
Mrs. Atkisson who is spending the sum-
mer there with relatives. Dr. Atkis-
son will take two or three weeks' vaca-
tion and will spend the greater part of
the time in Atlanta where he lived at
one time, and where he has a son and
other relatives, besides a great num-
her of warm personal friends.


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ter, Jr., isa bo g yo bgk
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anl is buidig up a qo biubo
for his company.

Little Harley Pahor, th ib W
of Mr. ad Mrs J. .O. % 4101
villepaeed from this lt "d
July 31. Uttl HarL7 1yum
fifteen month old.
Thus over a happy hbo b
of a little grave hm oMiMb
tful baby life was I a
with suchh appumtmo P tog
it seemed apapure wo pS -
to bloom by their rdo fr dM U
son, the recmledito its'sGmwed
It had beesm "ick faw w=ft
and it's wUfferis W P "
saw that it was tos g ad 1
staying this world of l
and He calld it's piril buL
tie body wa la to r t
Fee cemetery d 8=a6 mt-ft
the eomind of Him t: W ft
little children to bm gd
bidthemnot,faoado"b l b t '
dom of Heave." te l fto
ily have our m 3ce qp.
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nrst suuscrwra w uit uLrst paper ever T.R. Jefferson, colored, who lives a UN wno ovR N u1 If.
published in Suwannee county, as well as few miles southwest of Live Oak, called -.
one of the oldest settlers, was in to see at the Democrat office Monday and sub- chas. Rubenstinm rs ftuti
us Monday and renewed his subscrip- scribed for the Democrat. He is a fair from Inyem wlh r k hi m it
tion. Mr. Ross moved to Suwannee sample of what a negro can do in Su- visit his on Mon, who is[i [I
county forty-five years ago from wannee county farming. He has 25 there. A thoWh Mr. FA st
fayette county and has ever since re- acres of fine corn ready to harvest and one of the old time mdt
sided here. He is a progressive and 12 acres of good cotton, plenty of pin- city and of Florida, t W M b
well-to-do farmer, and one of the ders and other small crops. He lives a visit to South Florida. He a
county's best citizens., peaceful and happy life and is prosper- ness alright, but to him no phlm lt
J. G. Zipper, of Madison, was in the I ing, a very different life from that of as good as Live Oak.
city the latter part of last and first of the average town darky. with the S q
this week visiting relatives and friends.'
While here he made the Democrat a T.R. Hurt, ofWelborn,was inthe!Co.,oneof the cavest dba isn
visit and ordered the Democrat sent city Saturday and dropped in to see us city, returned Sunday from J
to his address. Mr. Zipper says M and left the cash for his subscription vile where he had been = Mspm a I
son is very proud of h er school and that ito help out the Democrat's payroll. days' vacation. Beside s aaf to
son is very proud of her school and that I ,, .
it is. don mu toI u Mr. Hurt says crops are very good in city" and "seeing the sights" he hi
it is doing much toward building up I h s f .
that very pretty and enterprising town. his section of the county fine time.
J. T. McCall, of Clayland section, a
well known citizen of this county, was
among the visitors in Live Oak Monday i
who favored this office with a call and WHEN THE ICE
renewed for anther year's subscription N H
to the Democrat.

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our Porch Furniture is the
kind that is necessary to make
the enjoyment of the porch
this weather cm;,lete. A few


of our specials:



Porch Rockers, Porch Shades, Set-

tees, Hammocks and Porch Chairs


The Newly Manid

couple will be able to "m int"
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See our line of

SOLID


Silverware

Plated Silverware
Every Piece Warranted.

Beautiful Hand-Painted
Chinaware


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L ICOUMACK. EDgTOL

1iM Amy FrIday at
Lb. 12 omaer St., Live Oak, Fla.

tbrcrtPost Price:
01 DOLLAR PUB rEAK.


Btor" at tbhe LiUve Oak Postoffice uas
wwad-clau matter.

B. a Booter for your town and

Liv Oatk been made a division
pot m the Seaboard. Things keep
cO w Live Oak's way.

By the time the editor of the Demo-
crat gc able to own an automobile
S tq mwilM ave one out of style and fly-
in mduihiMwillbeadtbe."go" Its
M, bhtyhard for a country editor to
ke ep with the proceWio these days.


MlANK CLAK.
A few editors delight in ctici
CoMPIaa Frank Cluk's poitim a
the tariff, ad never MIS an opport-
nity to repbish matter wich they
consider detrimental to his political in-
terest.
Mr. (Ciark's position on the tariff was
well-known before he was elected to
Congress for the first term, as he pro-
claimed it from the stump in every
county in the district as well as in
printed matter mailed to every voter.
He is for a tariff for revenue only, but
as long as revenue has to be raised by
a duty on foreign products imported
into this country, he believes, and justly
so, that Florida-grown cotton, fruits,
vegetables, tobacco, etc., should receive
the benefit of a protective tariff on
such articles imported into this country.
A tariff on cotton imported into the
United States would be worth millions
to the growers of Sea Island cotton in
Georgia and Florida in the same pro-
portion as it mas been beneficial to other
sections of the country on other pro-
Sducts. The manufacturer of cotton
goods in this country is protected
Against competition from the same goods
D manufactured in England, but the pro-
ducer of the staple from which these
goods are manufactured has to grew
the cnttMn in cmnretitinn with the aU-.


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DR. A. S. YORK

De TIT.
)ne 109. iUve Oak, Pi


DR WJ L McRAZ


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office rooms formerly occupied by
Dr. L M. Dixon.


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tomie. That fe
wot leave you of il
C{dui, that effeetmi ,Mi r I
weaknesses of women.
tried Cardui and write tm
benefit it has been tothX Tby t-
-use this reliable, oft-ed*lP


TAKE


PHYSICIAN AND SUB6EON.


Offices up-stairs over J. C. Baisden's
store, the two front rooms of which
were formerly occupied by Dr. A. S.
York. Calls promptly answered all
hours of the night as well as the day.
Practice anywhere in the county. Ex-
cellently equipped offices for all kinds
of examinations of internal diseases
and treatment for same.


DR. L M. DIXON


The Womas


Mrs. Rena Hare, of Pir, L, triatd Cuca
wrote: "I was a sufferer from all ur d t-
pa in myv side and legs% could Mat .Ml U l
"I suffered for nws, until my ==a= mAq
CardiL Thefirstbottle gave me reIIMW I m
TlyCard L TwenWpYOL
IAT ALM. Ill mU


IeCe i coaiderarbme talk of abas per labor of Egypt, India and other
Mll eaetyearcopoQedofLivre foreign countries. Is there any justice
OUr T a MG e k as d ioter this, weniron ore, etc. is give
tamt". IFe w tho het as tel f pot ftion against for-
0- t Fury uikn ew. Few thugsBcl ettr
a d at W=T a TagoodW tam o wheat, tr ier.. os o,
pi- vp a fttmd ad b es ian ifth =n i eretythiog pruhaca i the
tm~ tfc ^ b d t-"if th Wet, is protected by the tariff but
If f-- -'- --- d, ethe pro&cer of cotton has to laboring
P o, F pe"tiw" with the peons of India and
LA M g to ICwM fished The Egypt. There s no justice in such a
hab uadtiPwde News by the discrimiunting tariff, and Mr. Clark is
1 tfI Mpaii the total to be commended for his efforts in be-
ow md bar ( citmn fruit shipped half of his constituents. He has la-
b= t t ut p to JueL 1909, was bored faithfully to better the conditions
dW ib u6 of 000000 boxes. of his people, especially the farmers.
Ib q o tf eomiag mon will i and the opposition to him emanates
6 e Midaly larger than from personal as well as political ene-
0 of Ib m .m-Punta Gorda Her- mie.
S_______ But Frank Clark is equal to the pres-
| ent emergency, and the man who oppo-
tf b Mui me who own farm ses him for re-election in the primaries
hI AM W -" -O-i- te cultivation of 1910 will find that Clark has the peo.
df y v of crops to which our pie back of him.
0 M $Aped. Ud in an intelligent Not to return Frank Clark to Congress
dl V- mm- r eMcourag the under the present circumstances would
of UBBftcturing indus- be an acknowledgement on the part of
ki hm dh would give employment the people that they do not appreciate
1to pepe, there would be no the efforts of a faithful public servant
*4 MB'" to eat up the profits of to better their condition.-Gainesville
te 'lood am=" that does not last Sun.
Wa Cmth.-Malden (Mo.) News. ___
'-FACTS AND FICTION.
It is aid that K. B. Hale, a negro of "Just at the present time more peo-
Webetor Grove, St. Louis county, Mo., ple are looking toward Florida with a
ali organied a company with $1,500,- view of making it their home than ever
00 capital for the purpose of coloniz- before. This is because of the erron-
bg the negroe in Southwest Misaouri. eous impressions of the state are giving
HeS in view the colonization of 200,- place to a more accurate understanding
000 mgroes to be self supporting and of the real conditions that exist. Fact
independet ot the white race. The is taking place of fiction, and if we :an
clliaation of this plan is like the once get the truth spread abroad .a a
ba dreams of Rip Vanwinkle-if he convincing way, Florida will fill up
-- a dream. l wfith vM n nV pIL 5'j'J i an7 I aiiu UUa *i11 twillho


WiLRi guuu pevpie;, aiiu our s,.ai~e win ue
full of happy homes of people who daily
The MiM Qri Supreme Court last will make large and substantial contri-
vwk decided ti c ase brought against butions to Florida's material wealth
*h L iu4Republic byGloverBranch and prosperity."-Homeseeker.
1 "I in favor of the Republic. All Facts will cause more people to look
m of theM Judge in Division No. 2 this way than fiction. The fictions told
meinei JdP Gantt handed down about Florida may attract attention
I eoa Freedom of speech and and astonish, yes may even secure visi-
vWI Mstained Criticism of offi- torsm, but fiction never made a perma-
in, i tract that effect the pub- nent settler for the state, and it is a
Ue, b ut bel The people have a dangerous and damaging proposition to
tI % dne. questions of public in- hold out.
mee Facts are good enough for any body,
jand if the inducements held forth are
confine to the actual truth, there will
TM Tam" Times says a man can be very few disappointed people among
be"p Wmapremin neat. tidy and those who come to try our state.
Ay, eldt& s only be repaid in Bebidei this, anv'y who may come in
h=lib lWte family, but hio example response to fairy tale,. %ill influence
S m hiW aeighbora to do like- thousands against as, whilst those who
S IM" m im sidewalksah d bme.Heare induced to come by truthful repre-
t- fro g hi home. H sensations, wiil be the means of bring-
m di m p that section of the street ing mary other.
-4* m Ideof the road-and keep The man or firm who deals in "Flori-
A in eap to carry off surface da Fiction" for speculative purpose,
w1r. Ti us nBo law against daily should be condemned, whilst the honest
w O eff tkhe sewalks fronting hisimanshould be encouraged. The first
nOM U av"i the rubbish carted I named is a detriment to any commu-
9u9l k tdvery wagons. raHecan nity. but the least said is a vai:jAble
d=B so thle a A m i the rear or his -,,,a ^-1. Vn-. -+-. --


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JACMN-VIUL FUL I Ik

M. E. BROOME, N T I C
Arr iN OoT Iw. C,
ATTORNEY&COVNSEmOBATLAW. ; N 0
U"iOAL : FLOURDA.
is attwim 9 toCeMv@--aedins ~~
itRe" Vr "t~ bmmain wutb sun&9
___________ TO TIE PATWNS OF It. T A. I

L E. ROBERSON, _

ATTORNEYS-:- AT LAW. DR. T. A. BAILEY will discontinue hIbI
Will do general practice in State and a
Federal Court. to Live Oak until in August, at which tI
rostoffice Building. I. will open an Anticeptic Office similar to t&I
UvE OAK.' No 190L rO I he has in Jacksonville, and it will be 3m
% none in the State, furnished with all mW
T. J. L Y L E equipment. All work will be done painm

Practical J E and guaranteed in quality and workman
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER n Prices will be very close. All in need of
Goo 35 year's expereice will do well to wait for the opening of
Good stock of Watches always on hanc
Office, if possible. Watch this space for u
J E. WOOD, as to where and when it will open.

A TTORNEYA TLAW. ,
SNotaryPublic. TT 'iT T rj if
Legal papers carefully and [romptly .
Will practice in all the State Courts. Oak I1an

n oom .3. ixm in Building. ,iyeO t 1 iu u IIII.


UI'E &OAK,


FLOWER
P I E L D
SEED VEGETABLE
BY M A I L ORDER
We will ship any sited order samine day as re-
ceived. Tested Seeds Orily-specializing in
BURP!!'S. "The Seeds That Grow."
WAIALTON SEED CO.,
7 South Ocean St.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA
Poultry Supplies. Remedies. Insecticides.
Write for Catalog.
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A-IFAM rRL w &aRS OF
MAI.TUACTURERS OF


Lumber, Shingles, Ice, jElotr
Lights, Power and Turpeati
Electric Lights in any part of the city furniW
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonabk I
Electric power-Day and night current fer maumt
ingpurposes.
[Whoalesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have
cial attention, and all orders promptly hlled.
IWe wilgive you good prices on low grade -it
flooring. Come and get our prices.


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Iafd Roomm-ndo-d b-
Suwannee Drug Company


Newborn News.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carter were in
Live O&K shopping Monday.


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me ww moy by the aoms ,
bems
MThe night sion wasopenedby C

F. Melt of Gen playing, tHr
BreecBes."
The price winners dM pieces played
are as follows:
First prize, 00 in gold-C. F. Mel-
ton of Genoa. Music, "Leather Breech-
es" and "Old Hen Cacle."
Seeod prize, $2.00 bill-J. M Prath-
er of Jennings. Music, "Ricket's Hamorn-


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G. A. Howes made a trip to Live Oak
on business Saturday.
Wm. Whatley, Jr, was a visitor at
Live Oak Saturday. t
Rev. John Farnell filled his regular
appointment at Rocky Sink Saturday
and Sunday. The sermon on Sunday
was much appreciated by the audience. ]
Fodder pulling is now about over in
this part of the county.
School is some larger this week than
it was last week. We are glad to have
our absent pupils back again.
Our basket supper was a success.
Everyone present seemed to enjoy them-
selves very much. The school rendered
a very nice program which was enjoyed
by those present. We hope to have
patrons and friends visit us as often as
they can, and we beg their earnest co-
operation in this important work of
training the young.
There is to be a picnic at Philadelphia
church next Saturday. All are antici-
pating a pleasant day.
The Sunday school at Wesley Chapel
is progressing very nicely.
Wm. Whatley, Sr., and his daughters
spent the day at the Park last Friday.
J. W. Cason was sick a day or two
last week. We are glad that he is well
again.
The Rural Delivery Inspector was at
Newburn one day last week on business.
Route No. 1 from Newburn will begin
to serve its patrons, September 1st.
Another route will probably be estab-
lished a little later. ALMUS.
C'o-operative Development.
Hundreds of Floridians have some
idle capital which they would gladly in-
vest in a safe enterprise if the oppor-
tunity were presented to them. As in-
dividuals their surplus capital is not
large enough to start a manufacturing
Establishment or other business, but if
they could be brought together as a co-
operative stock company, new enter-
prises could be started, which would be
profitable to the stockholders and help-
ful in enriching the state.
The capital is ready and anxious for
investment. The need for more fac-
tories is great. All necessary, there-
fore, is for some thrifty citizen of rec-
ognized high character and executive
ability to undertake the organization of


pipe" and "Hell After the Yearings." v
Third prize, $1.00-J. T. Royals of I
Avoca. Music, "Jaybird" and "Indian a
Hoop." f
Fourthprize, $&3.00, lst and 2nd Vio- I
in, M. W. Wetherington and B. F. I
Carter. Music, "Yaller Gals" and I
'Mississippi Sawyer." I
Others who played, were Morgan Ca- I
son and J. A. Phillips of Suwannee i
county, Glen Willis, Dave Arnold and
Frank McCallU. 1
Judges for 1st violin were B. F. Car-
ter, R. C. Buckels and Col. L. E Rob- 4
person. I
Judges for 1st and 2nd violin, were I
C. F. Melton, R. C. Buckets and CoL
L E. Roberson.
Judge B. H. Palmer played a selec-
tion on the banjo and delivered an ad-
dress on music.
Col. C. A. Stephens in a short talk
presented the prizes to the winnersm
The opera house was packed to its
full capacity, the largest crowd ever
assembled being present
This is the first Fiddlers' Convention
ever held here and will very likely be
made an annual fete, the prizes being
increased yearly to arouse more inter-
est. -Jasper News.

Stetson College of Law.
The Stetson College of Law at De-
Land, Florida, was organized in 1900,
and has since done distinguished service
for the legal education of Florida boys.
A great many of the graduates of this
department are holding places of dis-
tinction in the legal profession of Flor-
ida. Among them are an acting United
States District Attorney, a number of
county prosecuting attorneys, county
judges, municipal judges, and young
men eminently successful as counsel,
lors and attorneys.
The Stetson College of Law has the
finest law library, with one exception,
in the State of Florida. The institu-
tion has expended thousands of dollars
in building up this library of legal ref-
erences, and young men who take their
Law Course at Stetson are given an
opportunity to learn how to use a law
library.
A glance at the Faculty List in the
new Law Bulletin will be sufficient evi-
dence that the University authorities
are determined to increase and
strengthen the teaching force from
year to year in the Law School and to
keep this department of the University
to the fore-front among the Law
Schools of the country.
Requests for Law Sch(oo)l Announce-
ments should be addressed to Stetson
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g i a stock company along the same sue- University, LeLani, Fla.
.'" cessful plan that building and loan corn-
YOUR MIODNEY BACK 'panies are formed-the same that gave Newind.ofrhum.
M OE W l Vl IDlto Florida the Jacksonville Develop- The Florida Agricultural Experiment
SIf you don't say this is the best offer ever made ment Company, which has been such Station is this year testing twenty-tour
by the "Best Paper in Dixie." an important factor in building up this varieties of sorghum for forageproduc-
S|and other Flordia cities. tion. These varieties are growing on
k Aini.Weeiy Jouinl Six Ut i Three, Six Such company could be organized adjacent rows. They were planted on
9nJ I Months, for to operate strictly as a local company the same day and have received the
j Pu Si a ;In the city wherein it is formed, or it same fertilizers and the same cultiva-
O MX 5C net iucould be organized along broader lines tion. Fourteen of the varieties are
SW!^ M"No .Ont.. SbA I so as to aid in state-wide development, new, ar.d we know little about them.
SAl'ssowed."lsay that it be decided to make it a They are from Africa and this is the
M ga'--,Florida Investment company. Place first time they have been grown in the
kUND TODAY. AS THIS OFFER WON'T LAST LONG the par value of the sharEs at ten dol- United States.
S_ lars and make them payable in small Those who are interested in forage
DEPT. 19 weekly installments, the money as it crops will find it worth a trip to the
Comes in to be invested in manufactur- Experimental Farm to sse these vari-
The Se mn.lW eekly Journal Ing establishments, so stated that their ties growing.
capacity could easily be increased Visitors welcome frm 7. a. m. to 5
ATLANTA, 6A. desired. Cotton mills, canning factor- P Gaines ilsun.
gies. furniture factories and many other 4(rateful htitr.
enterprises could be started in this way We wish to thank the city authorities
S\t a which would utilize the raw material fr quar'matning m- and my family for


wori d mt I--~ ly~
musity.
The Khlmdyke aad Sth AN
not the only spWot0Uw we
hidaen, to be breqht arth lbii


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m. Florida offer ospet
hic if improved Wand ame
ed, will produce frtamssot v- ao
rtionSe for thouisad a of peph b
eda*l being robbed of thsaeemc
rts and pleasures which m ta
rthrightin a Wnd whee ekingia M
nd as finding for to seekbto I&
e do not mean that mea vay esm
re and bend their backs a Rst and
el and see the yebowdut uift go
ad between their fingers, or mp
wn, pickup a stone and be aumid
at it is a "diamond in the rusq."
health thus found s never appreda-
L Those whoget rich quickly dtem
row poor hurriedly. Prodigafty hI
Snaturdl result of easiy seq d
malth. The man who knows a dollms
rchasing capacity is the a- wh
s worked for and saved the dlar.
What we mean is that Fhr ik b
within itself elemmta, pomssi by
her state in tne Unia. toprmhe iI
OW, but here as ulwh tuw.
must proceed the harvest amiM
must be spent and thU the a" d
rofit. When toil camefntir m
enjoyed. None, mae the "IWe
rifes" pine for res tWhe tner I in
eariness i body, mmc. or h,%
In point of ap tmal adw
lorida sMrpmsa every t ft
aine to Texas, frm the Alts tI
be Pacific, from t Gdf me f o" to
Se Great Lakes. Its @A w
Diversity of crops et-d-r b Mhe
iplicty. Almost s cup #0 E
row many ectionof tUe 'I 'adf
will growing Florida with t | q
ulrft and ther are MW Men
rive in Florida that mmbe t t
m any other state. M d tatMn a
reater perfectim of bor k lH
ban any where e"se. Ta'ke. for hr
ur orange and compare it with e Cl>I
fornia product, and the olq.p of
he Pacific coast snfers m Iral bI
he comparison And so it is wl
Dther things.
Florida is a young staUto yet a tlm
development of its resomcures ma i
abilities are in the log edo&msh 1ftb
hoo. These resources a pd pusil s
have not thus far aeqirQidts ath 1
hey will and when they the baIm
of the states will reeoapas th bum
here, with its nose Mearty 16
-inst the imagiuay equitaiW I
there is a foe worthy to be reesm
with, if not feared a&Mdrmd ed, hmese
of its manifold and iconpehs .
sources.
We, believe, when Florida gets a
bered up she will not only proiDeI tM
bulk of the citrus fruit comsaed 1it
United States, but also the bl of the
finest grades t*f tobacco, early vqW.
bles, celery, strawberries, p. es,
long staple cotton, bamboo, pinsapphs,
sugar and syrup, and a doinc et
crops peculiarly suited to our sosi and
climatic conditions.
What Florida needs now above dB
else is people. The right kind of pelBis.
,ood, industrious people. Aad m.
before in the history of tbe state


there been such a movement to tequri
homes in Florida. and the peope wi
are seeking these homes, an a rue, w
a high class of farmers who ha wowe
ied of the privations of frigid otat W
want a home where they can smpy he
comforts of an almost perfect cd-rM
while they labor for the daily br@ ad
the "nest egg for the rainy day."
Florida has kept it light him /d a
busheL If the state had pinhed (te
forward and advertinMd it* pmi-wta
and advantages as uperwteUly amd )
diciously as Califordia has it wU be
one of the richest and muist
states in the unxm, but. at m e o


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Bed


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COMMENCING


nishing uist
tI'is in Ir(tiobr 4)
M'(urehas wonI


STOCK OF GUARANTEE STORE, Ohio Avenue, consisting of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Ladi
l)e so(l in order to pay our b Ils, and we have this day decided to throw our entire stock to our f
raise the cash needed. In taking stock several days ago we tound that we have too
mnlet our demands unless we diUmpose of a rat -of tbom -ht "-
ita way in te worid da/ef -l -


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es In all colors, worth 75c. Sale


price-.-.-..---------- ----........---------- ---
All wool Dress Goods, worth 50c and 75c.
Sale price ...... .......
Striped Linen, worth 25c. Sale price 12 1
Fancy Waist Goods, worth 25c. Sale price
Fancy Waist Goods, worth 35c. Sale price
Fancy Pongees, worth 35c. Sale price
Big lot Embroidered white and colored
Swiss worth 50c. Sale price
Big lot Percales, 36-inch wide, worth 15w.
Sale price
Big lot Percales, 36-inch wide, worth
12 1-2c. Sale price
Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, worth 12 l-2c.
Sale price
Dress Linens, all colors, sold for 20c. Sale
price
A fine up-to-date line of D)ress Goods,
numerous to mention in this advertisement,
going at sale prices.
Good Apron Ginghams. Sale piice
40-inch White Lawn, worth 15c. Sale price
30-inch White Lawn, worth 10c. Sale price
40-inch White Lawn, special sale price 25c.
For this sale


43Jc
37c
I-2c
Ilec
14c
2r5t
I ( c


I Oc
too
all
4.c
9c
G(c
15c


Men's


Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's


Shirts


Shirts, worth $1.25. Sale price ...----
Shirts, worth 75c. Sale price.....---....
Shirts, worth 50c. Sale price -------
Working Shirts, worth 75c. Sale price
Drawers, worth 75c. Sale price ---
Drawers. worth 50c. Sale price .. --
D)rawers, worth 35c. Sale price.-
Bleaching -


48c
34c
48c
48c
37c
21C


Yard-wide lleachings, worth 9c. Sale price 7c
Yard-wide Bleachings,. worth 10c. Sale
price .....- -- 8c
Yard-wide Fruit of the Loom Bleaching 9c
o10 best Sheeting, sold for 35c. Sale price 26c
10o best Sheeting, sold for 28c. Sale price 23c
Big lot of D1)rapery. Sale price from 4c to 9c


Birdseye
27-inch Birdseye Cloth, sold
price
24-inch Birdseye Cloth, sold
price


Cloth
for $1.25. Sale
f .... .. ..... .. 9 5 c
for $1.10. Sale
.. .. ................ .... 7 4 c


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6w-4-'#w


Table Linen


Table Linen. white, worth
Table Linen. white, worth
Table Linen. white, worth
Table Linen. white, worth


45C.
mk1h.


Sale price
sas price
Sale price
Sale price


Mec
48C
Wec


Shoes
One of the best and finest lines of Men's and
Ladies' Shoes marked way down, and you can
save from 50 to 100 per cent on every pair.
Hosiery
Most complete line of Hosiery in Suwannee
county going during this sale at wholesale prices.
Overalls


Standard Line Overalls, sold for 75c. Sale
p r ic e ---. -. -. --.-...... ...... .... ...- .....- ... .. -
Best Overalls, worth $1. Sale price ---.....---


Sale Commences Thursday, Au

Don't miss this Great Sale. A MIGHTY FACT, $20,000 worth of good, honest merchandise to be
goods are all this season's effects, and you. should consider yourself lucky to secure some of the
approval. Don't be misled by other so-called sales or fooled in the place.


89c


09ne. lot Men's Sul
'' -- ------ ----- -

One big lot Men's Sui
price ....... .......
One big lot Men's Sui
price ... .. ........
One lot odd Coats a
Pants that sold for $1
Pants that sold for
Pants that sold for
Pants that sold for
Pants that sold for $
Boys' Clothing at c<
Nc
Hair Pins, worth 5c.
Needles, worth 5c. S
Buttons, worth 5c. S
Hooks and Eyes, wort
Paper Pins, worth 5c.


tgust 5,

sold at BED-ROCK PI
am. No goods charged

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New Shipment of Goods mentioned below, in addition to this SPECIAL SALE
A New Shipment of Goods mentioned below, in addition to this SPECIAL SALE


be on display all next


week,


and we request the public to call


and look at our Special offers as they were
bought especially for your benefit.


A small assortment of Chemise, A 25 dozen more Corset Covers, I C
values from $1 to $2, all go at c all50c values,now to go at- 19


A large assortment of ladies' Waisti
bought for this sale at 50c on the dol-
lar. All run from $1.50 to $3 values


at special price this week, only


93c


of the Greatest Ladies'


Extra Special Goods for this Sale, and they must be closed


Underwear


Sales ever given in Live Oak.


We have just received a l6n


of Fall and Winter Goods. In addition to the above, we will put on sale an assortment of EMBROIDERIES tm
what is left of our SUMMER STOCK OF WHITE GOODS.

BELOW WE QUOTE YOU SLAUGHTER PRICES FOR THIS SALE


out before our buyer goes to the. market to select our ik'


at


One lot of 50 doz. Ladies' Gowns,
worth not a cent less than 75c, to
be sold at -------------------- 39c


Special assortment of 25 dozen La-
dies' White Petticoats, most of
them worth from $1.75 to $2.50,
to be sold at ------------------
A small lot of 15 dozen Ladies'
Gowns, worth from $1 to $1.50,
sale price --------------------
A lot of 25 dozen Chemies, in all
styles and designs, worth while
buying, to be sold at----------
Another big lot of Ladies' Gowns,
best value ever offered in Live
Oak, sold everywhere from $1.75
to $2.50, special price ---- ----


98c


720


69C


About 50 pieces 40-in. white Lawn,
well worth 12 1-2c and 15c, to be
sold during this sale at ------7 1-2c
About 50 pieces yard-wide Bleach-


inz, well


worth 10 1-2c


and


12 1-2c, to be sold at---- 6 1.2c


A large


Drawers,


assortment


of Ladies'


most of them worth


50c, at this sale--------------- 19c
One big assortment of Corset Cov-


ers, in all styles


98c


and designs,


most of them worth 50c, special
sale ..-------...---------


19C


A better assortment


Drawers,


of Ladies'


about 25 dozen, real


value 75c, to go at------------ 3h


A small assortment


of Gowns,


worth $2 to $3, special price. $1l.3
All the remainder of our stock marked
down from 10 to 25 per cent.
Especial attention of the gentle-
men is called to a line of Dress
Shirts, bought especially for this
sale; over 150 dozen of fine as-
sorted colors, not one worth less
than 75c each, all to go during


thissaleat, each------


Sale Begins Aug.


AND LASTS


I m


42.


2,


1909


FOR TEN DAYS ONLY


opportunity to visit our Store during this Special Sale, and get the benefit of our close buying.


Yours truly,


of


Watch next week's Democrat
for announcement of our Red
Letter Special Remnant and
Embroidery Sale .


THIS is one


ke


WILL BE CONTINUED UP TO


THURSDAY,


DO NOT MISS this


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Sand Local
A-
i ]my day in the city.
Thin of Welborn, was
in the city Monday.
u.W of Mayo's leading
b^ l the city Wednesday.
s 6e will cure any
gad Fever. Price 25c.
*ai a&l child are among
w who are spending the
N N.C.
a& Go. E. Robbins re-
y from a visit at Suwan-


Ice cream every day at Cook's.


A bc-a handsome piece Will Bell was in the city Wednesday
P J. Evansm'. from Falmouth. He reports crops good
SEan ... as a general thing in his section of the
C. j Neehee and children county and the people prosperous and
die Suwannee Springs happy.
j Uteiif bonw Monday.
Wore IMonay. Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Hillman and
S. L Lyle and children re- niece, Miss Ethel Wilder are in Jack-
* fr" a ten days' stay msonville this week en route to Waynes-
O M ville, N. C., and other mountain resorts.
way. told E .iold and Nice line of pipes at Cook's.
pJ"uYef J. B. Evans.
S. A and children have CoL Ira J. Carter accompanied his
ta mmthi visit in family to Meridian, Miss., last week.
Sfrom a m ths it in He is expected back in the next few
days, but his family will remain there
HM family will leave in a a month or more visiting relatives.


Al~llt.a GL, where they
two weeks.
imp at May&.
$* wim is making his head.
b J&fle M county, was a
B f r i the city this week.
B t D aeT and Mrs. J. D.
Sthir d children have re-
burm Springs
U l oith's Standard Ex-
Cibn in full 2-ounce
Drug Co.
Olmir, of Richmond, Va.,
guest of Rev. Curtis

SI Jame has returned from
wrb she spent a week
Visiting relatives and

IM et a handsome piece of
uMand gold plated jew-
Iatl Evans'.
f special announcements of
bi NMie, the Fine Arts, and
'-l .Arts at Stetson Univer-
FIs.
h Id flies of horses or cattle.
Ik at aUlldrug stores. 8-13
f Meldsdis in the county should
IM etingof the Joseph r ine-
|1 i this city August 18th.
piNMMe and help is needed.
9 CP haa has decided he could
i without the Democrat,
docash with us Saturday to
VWt M Im hereafter.


* "**66" will cure any
Sand Fever. Price 25c.


Sid Conner's family lett Tuesday for
Suwannee Springs where they have
rented a cottage for a weeks' stay.
Ther carried along plenty of fishing
tackle and their bathing suits fully pre-
pared to have a royal good time.
Sanitissue toilet paper at Cook's.
Mrs. Hardee and daughter, Miss Lula.
of Madison, were in town Saturday,
en route to Suwannee Springs where
they have taken a cottage for the en-
tire month of August at that very
pleasant resort.
The voting contest at Cook's for
the most popular teacher in Suwannee
county closed Saturday night. Miss
Blanche Wolfe of this city won the
prize, a graphaphone and twenty-five
records.
Buy your drugs and books and have
your prescriptions filled at took's.
W. A. Edwards returned Wednesday
from a months visit with relatives and
friends in North and South Carolina.
He reports business conditions very
good in sections he visited, but says
Live Oak looks mighty good to him
now, better than ever before.
You can for a limited period purchase
from us the medicine you need under
positive written guarantee to refund
purchase price if you are not entirely
satisfied with the benefits received.
Suwannee Drug Co.
Nice line tobacco and cigars at S. P.
Mavs.
Worth Dexter, who has been in poor
health and under treatment of a spe-
cialist in Atlanta for the past month or


Si returned home Tues- six weeks, returned home Tuesday very
*l Attta where he had been much improved and looking the very
01 A*y who are there for a picture of good health.
i*-fcm' vimt. \Strayed, about one year ago, two
1 0. MIWd asd wife will leave cows; marked crop-underbit in one ear,
I NUW York where they go' under-square in the other, branded on
1 6 1 tMd winter stock of hip with "K." Will pay for informa-
1 IM Emmawium tion. leading to their recovery. .J F.


ftISwmt tGumnSuvan
Ii #hft Ksutaran 'vtakiniCa

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lbM& j i a,t-Iher


ka a 18 Ira Hr.'&M l I


V11tm Wiirihas rmaigned hi, 1,,
I* rwda railroad and has
Plakin u c onotuctor A ith
P. & G.
Mal W~e medicine g lass free
110 We presriptian filled at


rinkik and smoke at Cook's.


( E Humphreys was in the city
Mna. from Branfi-rd. He says Mr.
Murra. a primmnent citizen of that
l(la','. ,a t ,t ing machine pass over
lIranfirl .'aturday afternoon, and all
,091ri ti' c,,nvict,' him that it wasi


f its our
Buggy its
bound to
be alright


If its our
Buggy its
bound to
be'alright


Arma Mnt, me of BranfMd's pro.
gIsW citimns was i Live Oak Mom.
day looking after wbmim intemta
and while h e deported the cah for
One yW'sbcriptiontothe Democrat
Toilet soap and perfumes at Cook'L.
The county tax sales was well at-
tended Monday and bidding for a time
was quite spirited. As a result very
little land wl be certified to the state
for ion-payment of taxes.
Miss Myma Hankins, one of this
city's popular and accomplished young
ladies, has returned home after a de-
lightful ten days' visit with relatives
in Jacksonville.


V BCAUSE-Our1 Buggies havte stood the tat of
| I |time-Have earned the reputation of bf
W Known as 'THE BUGGIES THAT WEAR"


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BkfCAUSE-Our Buggies are high grade Bug-
gies, sold at a popular price.
BECAUSE-Our Buggies have the finish, the
style, the snappy appearance that repeMst
a certain exclusiveness not offered generally


OUR SHOWING OF VEHICLES IS


THE


largest and most complete of any previous occasion,
and we want every man in Suwannee county to see our

B U G G IES

We further challenge anyone to question the indimsputable
fact that there is not a feature in the construction of our
Buggies, the durability of which is in the least doubtful.

Nothing Better Made. No Material of a
Higher Character. The Best-What
More Can Be Said.


Mizell Live Stock Co. I


LIVE


OAK,


FLA.


Itsa aph.
ure to Ih
in one of


SWe Give Away Jewelry

VWith every Cash purchase of Staple and Faucy iroceries,
j Fertilizers, Seeds, etc., amounting to FIVE DOLLARS,

We will give absolutely free your choice of any article you may select d Jcw -

SGold and Gold Plated Rings, Lockets, Pins ot all kinds, etc., to the value of 50 cMt. ,
On Cash purchases of $10 we will give $1 worth of Jewelry, and so on up. Evya7
piece of Jewelry is warranted to be just as represented. See the Jewelry on display in
nour show window.
4 Free Delivery to any part of the city



J. B. EVANS

.LIVE OAK, K FLORIDA
,m X 7r,' 7r. 7r x m x m m m m m 7"


METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev R. V. Atkisson. Pastor.


other than a lyvirmg machine have failed. Services at 11 a. m., with the .acra-
Sment of the Lord's Supper.
~e ~picEture framed at s.in service p. m.
)n Mn,'id th.e following members of' Sunday-school 9"30i a. nr,.
the S;uanne R, ifles left for St. Au- Junior League ",A) p. ni.


gutihne t,'ie they participated in the
state trotop- rifle practice: Arch Les-
lie. Albtwrt Johnson, F. J. Adams, F. E.
L.ehlie and R. A. Blackman. Our boys
arr g~1 shots, and we expect them to
A in out in this practice contest.
Buv yvur patent medicines at ('ok's.
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SMid wuek Prayer Metting, Wednes-
day.'. ). m.
Seats free an, a cordial wlcxmTe to)

S1:<(. ~LKS' I1VEIIWORT
Tar and ( 'anchalaguA
}-'ld,: tth r an!;'. Be 'IrC hii s of CaO:i hS,
Colds. Asrhnthi and Bronchitis and all


wv E.U a a t to %uu -. fin oili6aill;.s teidin,, to o''nJi;i-
day to hold a consultation with a local.
t0'!:1. Li.eruort, Tar and Wild Cherry
physician of that city who has a patient
I .', f o':' -a4,', n.au'.ai.:-d an estab-
..i.h u v..n. ot.im firt.tl t i ,.ase of tv- .. .. .. I


To Be Happy
Y,,u must have good health. You
can't have tgooi health if your liver is
not dun, in' duty -N:',w but sure pois-
onini is going on ai the time under
s;,ih circumstances. Ballard'sHerbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-keeps
the u-,oni:h and (bowels riht and acts
a, a tnic for the entire sstem. Sold
.', ,uwannee r [ir g .
Local branches to thte Florida Citrus
Exchange ha':e bet-n oriranized at St.
Petersburg and Largo. At the latter
place rift'.v tho.us.a.J Lo-x' of fruit are


phedgeuI.


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Washing

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Price, $6.00.
This machine will do a fmi
wash in 5o or 6i mimute, v
labor; will do a batch of
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THIS illustration shows Fairbanks-Morse
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pully and can be used for
running other machinery
^ by belt. If desired can
be attached to an ordinary windmill pump
as shown or to a working head operating a
cylinder in wells from 50 to 300 feet deep.


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well pumps.
Let us figure with you
before you place an order.
We furnish you with the &
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LIVE OAK, FL


HOHty Hop.
An yo jut barely getting around
Sthoaid of crmtchet or a cane? Un-
Siyehawe"sotahlimborhavea de-
in-y-if yo-t trouble is rheumatism,
k yrsimb tiff joints, or any-
Sdif Hk mtutre muse Ballard's Snow
L I tl ad 1 ino time you can throw
& y dueatchm andbe as well as
em. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
M by Smanee Drg Co.
Te asm ed valuation of St. Peters-
b hua pased the two million dollar
auk. -


Health
Mean to ability to do a good day's
w 6 witomt undue fatigue and to
i Mie worth living. You cannot have
hIeUoa or consemtipation without its
qott gthe liver and polluting the
WM4 Such a condition may be best
a= quickest relieved by Herbine, the
bet liver regulator that the world has
ever known. Sold by Suwanne Drug Co.
DeFuniak Springs has just held its
annual wool sale when 30,000 pounds ot
the "'iecy staple" were sold at 30.80%
a pound, which brought joy to the
hearts of the producers. It goes to
sow that those who raise sheep in
Wet Florida are by no means "wool
gatherers" in the invidious sense of the
term, but level headed, practical men
with the dollar mark in. their optics.-
Paola Journal.
Dyaetery is a dangerous disease, but
cam be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cbea and Diarrhoea Remedy has
beem .ccesfully used in nine epidemics
of dymatery. It has never been known
to fail It s equally valuable for chil-
d and adults, and when reduced
with water and sweetened, it is pleas-
at to take. Sold by Barclay & Groov-
er. Driggift
A fertilber factory is to be establish-
ed 10hl" The new concern will be
ko as the Ocala Fertilizer Co., and
he a capital stock of $2D,000.
hi byi a o*h medicine, don't be
fad to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remey. There is no danger from it,
nd r"ief wre to follow. Especially
,e e.d for coughs, colds and
,heI Ccough. Sold by Barclay &
Ow.r DrnUxtL
T Tractimn Company of Sanford, is
eXfb its lines to connect with the
Wi4 and Everglades railroad.
If yor liver is sluggish and out of
im, aad you feel dull, bilious, con-
ted, take a dose of Chamberlain's
~dse adl Liver Tablets tonight be-
h ... m aA a ull will fool \ki all rmVht-


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coet. The ablueahnbums a tu W %mded ti tbet
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THE BEST SCHOOL s 1NOS FOR YOUR CHILDREN
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49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
17 University Buildings College of Law
28 Acre Campus College of Technology
581 Students Last Year College of Business
$250,6.0 Endowment Preparatory Academy
15,0 Vohaumes in Library Normal and Model Schools
$19.W.06 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Music
Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts
Somme dormitories for youn mem and young women. Careful aidmnisrauroa and through sWupewioa.
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SA nice of Laces and Emabr
S Mosquito Net and Cmpme at W
have fewlots of Drum Gsmk a9
which we are eking out at peeW p-

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A new lot of Shoes just rece"vd,
variety to s=19
New Flour at low pricm. Wheni,

Fancy and Famill
Fresh stock Fancy and Family Gru
best the market affords.
We will pay the highest market pent
Side Bacon. We also ave fur male 0.
10,000 No. 1 Florida Brick.


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J. C. H 0 R N E R. Principal, Oxford, N. C.
LASSICAL, Scientific and English courses. Prepares for college,
university or the government academieA. Military training develops
prompt obedience and manly carriage. Academy fifty-eight years old,
with experienced teachers. Cadets dine with the principal and ladies of
his family, securing the culture of home life. Cultivates and educates.
Modern buildings, perfect sanitation, wholesome fare, no crowding.
Best moral, mental, physical and social training. Shady lawn, athletic
park, one-quarter mile running track, 3()0 acres. Ideal climate, helpful
environment. In the social atmosphere of refined Christian people.
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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, qUDAY, AUGUST R6. im.


,..OSSBY FIRE

Times Destroyed at

Ma, tkJapan.

HTEUNKNOWN

dof People Are Homeless
is Staring Them in the
Measures Ordered by


L japm.-Confusion still pre-
'U a result of the recent
m Ire. Thousands of per-
,hlomeless and hunger Is
uay of them in the face.
of relief has been or-
Sthe municipal authorities,
mudequate to supply all
-..Olide cities and towns are
sending in contributions
ia alleviating the duffer-
Al homeless and destitute.
Ber of casualties has not
jietrmined, but hundreds ot
RJ-OIu are crowding the

Estimate is that 20,000
p| destroyed, then includ-
the stock exchange, the
p vqnment edifices ana
While at present it is im-
m Mcurately to state the
are given roughly at sev-
yen. It is feared that
Ast iumrance companies will
'a result of the heavy losses
have to pay.

9THI UcLENDON CASE.

Railroad Commissioner
Appeal to Courts.
la.-That Chairman S. G. Mc-
mJpended member of the
ommision, will appeal to
Is the event he is ally
from office by vote of the
s mbly, appears no longer
Sany doubt
g Inerally conceded that the
Vinl follow the action of thb
m a vote to remove him.
'1MsU that his only recourse
it the courts.
Ial action by the gen-
bly, Governor Brown will
i ake an appointment to
UNnmcy on the commlsion.

M TO CHAIN GANG.

l ts the Famous Mitchell-Lin.
l Trial at Thomasvllle.
M ,le, Ga.-William K.
S member of one of the
liihent and influential fain-
tMhi city, who has been on
alleged aasault upon Miss
IdINMs, has been sentenced to
M ping for a term of twelve
pk th Ippeals court having re
e* isa for a new trial.
iIaot ot the court comes as
Blto one of the most sensa-
Mlab ia the history of Souti
| wlg to the prominence of
ff interested.
Is the state in years has
| Io0e Interest than thi, one.

NlSeS THE HOUSE.


t VOtN Tariff Report Has
k en Adopted.
Sl --The house has adopt
Ofreace report on the tariff
to 183. The Republicans
Geance in their delight
t tal outcome, and Chair
was the central figure ot
and congratulatory crowd


Republicans voted against :
It, two Democrats for it.
was the climax of an elev
SAtalon, conducted through
isve heat, but enlivenedl
tin or more speeches of more
1*y nature,.


TwO Boys Drowned.
OW. Ga-W'hilp in hathinm!


RACES CLASH. I

Alabama Town Comes Near Having
War of Whites and Blacks.
Rome, Ga.-Reports from Farill
Ala., a small town cn the Southern
18 miles from here state that the
community is quieting down after
Intense excitement, due to a
clash between the races.
The trouble started in the store ot
A. R. Wright, a leading citizen o1
aur\. Galveston Perkins, a negro.i
was ordered from the store by Har- I
per Wright, a young mian of 21. son
of A. R. Wright. At dark Saturdayv
night Perkins re-appeared at thi
head of a mob of fifteen relatives
Cleve Perkins, brother of Galveston,
knocked Harper Wright down witn
a rock, while he was carrying a mail
sack from the depot to the post office.
TLen members of the mob jumped .
on him and beat him, inflicting s(ri-
oun injuries, holding other whites
who came to his assistance at bay
with pistols. Finally the mob wa
dispersed by increased numbers ot
whites, who made them take to their
heels.

DROUGHT IN SOUTH CAROLINA.

The State is Now Numbered In Blue
Ribbon Column.
Colubmia, S. C-Every dispensary
In South Carolina has closed it'
doors-some of them permanently,
the others for a period of about three
weeks or a month.
The sale of liquor on the eve ot
the drought is reported to have bee,
large.
Two weeks from today every wet
county in the state will have a
chance to speak on the liquor ques
tlon, each for itself alone, and the
voters are expected to profit by the
fortnight's experience in prohibition
territory.
An especially stringent liquor law
has gone into effect, providing for
a fine of at least $1(o0 or imprison-
ment for three months, or more, for
the first conviction for the illegal sale
of liquor, and imprisonment for one
to five years without alternative fine
for the second offense.

Houston County Negro Lynched.
Macon, Ga.-A special from Wells-
ton, a town 16 miles from Macon,
in Houston county says Sim Ander-
son, a negro, was taken from a dep
uty iust outside this place and shot
to death by a posse of citizens. The
negro was caught peeping into the
room occupied by daughters of W. P.
Bell. Bell took a shot at the intru-
der, inflicting a slight wound. He
was caught and carried to Wellston.
An officer was on his way to Perry
with the negro when he was over-
powered by the posse.


A CRISIS IN SPAIN1


Bourb. Dy sty Stems to t



BATTLES IN STREETS

Revolution Within Her Borders anc
Battles With Outside Foes Stri. e at
the Very Vitals of the Spanist
Regime.

Madrid-Attacked by foes and dv
feated without, with revolution strik-
ing at its vitals within, the kingdoirm
of Spain is facing a crisis in its ti?
tory and the Bourbon dynasty is onu
the verge of falling.


KING ALFONSO.
Because of the almost unprecedent
ed strictness of the censorship and
the difficulty of transmitting dispat ii
6s, details are lacking. The ucws
which has worked out, however, indi-
cates the gravity of the situation.
Army Mobilized.
The government has commenced a
complete organization of The a~i.w
all offlcer.e- upon leave have hben i i
calle!. Martial law has bten p:o-
claimed all over the kingdom an '
newspapers have been ,rdlei i 'ti,
print only official reports n1iler pain
of suppression.
In Barceljna. Catlouaa and a i!;i';:,
other garrison towns, mniobs hav,- .
sei'z.'l tileh streets and aie bc i,-
fought by the military with artillek i
The i.i-iing of troops lo Africa ha'
been si ripid and heay that lib,'-:
soldiers left have beeu unabl, to, cp h
with the frn/.ied worknau no a:.
rioting because of sn iing of soli-it..
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to Ali lIca.
Coat Tailors Walk Out. Battles in Street.
New York-After a mass meeting Th-c wvorkmen have built barri
held here. most of the coat tailorsi in iiii
New York walked out on a strike i
places pitched battles ha'.e filled t,>-
with the hope of forcing employers tes ithblo he goferni :
to restore a 2( per cent. wage r. g wt oad. T o afw
duction, made during the financialIdteiined to adoit no half-wa
mneastres and has given the army (4-
stringency of 19o7. The number on
is variously estimated at from 15, ders t put down the revolution r
to 30,000, including about 5.000 wo- gardens of the means necesa or
the con;-eqUQIt loss of life.
men. aidss have betn thrown arouniu
Engine Turned Over. tb fiontie:- and no one is periimti-
Engine Turned Over. ^ ^^^
Canton, Ga.--News ha. reached to lease or enter the kingdnn excw-:
here of a wreck on the Louisville ani uut1 r the civostct crulin..
Moors are Victorious.
Nashville Blue Ridge local at Kot-I cr
lesburg. It is reported the engin- T d to the gravity of the ita-
turned over and lthe engineer. Amo> i tiL) L a great battle ha been to.,
Dobbs: fireman, and conductor were beven the Sanih troops and th-
!Mom~s This is now ofticiallN alhn'tted
seriously hurt. Several passengers oi.T i ir Tt
are said to by injured. froi .MI.tl-d for the first taeW. Th,,
w'ent tit the --ngagement was at 5isr
Spurned Love Causes Tragedy. Iniin>l>i/vd in Spain, in an k-ffrt I'
Danville. Va.-As a result of spurn pt the pT.ihc and dispa'che coi
ed love. Ben Russell. a farmer about ceni ht- battle were vigoruu,.
50 years of age, of this county, shout cenuso,'i
anti killed Mrs. Annie Tankersk-y., Tn tatsulites have beea fa: great
aged :31 years. and then emptied the er Than in anu engagement during
remaining bariel of the shotgun witti the Sp.n:.h-American war. and ex


ceed'un -sOillie LI the imost SUu
~gt.~ of tbw Russo-Japanese war.
I innnPpniv, Du.u ..na


which the deed waa committed, int!)
hia own head.


JErpFRIES8 POSTS FORFEIT.

It Looks as if the Two Big Ben
Will Get Together.
New York.-James J. Jeffries hau
posted $5,000 with the sporting editor
of a." evening newspaper to show his
willingness to fight Jack Johnson. He
declared that the fight must be from
20 to 100 rounds, the club offering the
best inducements to get the battle.
He also insisted on a side bet of
$10,000.
Jeff stipulated that Johnson must
cover this forfeit at once and that
when the men sign articles, after the
club which will stage the bout has
been selected, each man must post
$5,000 more.
This ,5.00{0 will be added to the for
felt to make a side bet cf $10,000.
Jeffries arrived from Chicago with
Sam Bertger, his manager and spar-
ring partner, on the Twentieth Cen-
tury lUmitqd this morning and lost no
time in getting down to business. He
went to the Hotel Albany and there
early in the afternoon, the money was
posted.
Jeffries will soon leave for Carls-
bad to prt in a few weeks of prelim-
nary training at the springs there.
Sam Berger will remain in tnte coun-
try to complete the details of the
match with Johnson.
Johnson says he will cover the for-
feit.


PULLIAM A SUICIDE.


PrMident of National Baseball Lea.
gue Shoots Self In Temple.
New York.-Harry C. Pulliam, pres-
ident of the National League of Base-
ball Clubs, committed suicide in his
rooms on the third floor of the New
York Athletic Club.
Standing in the center of the room,
Mr. Pulliam held a revolver to his
right temple. He fired only one shot
It went in at the right temple, and
came out several inches away on the
left side of his head. The bullet de-
stroyed the right eye. and passed
through the upper part of the left.
Although Mr. Pulliam's act was en-
tirely unexpected, some of his friends
said that at the time of his recent
illness it was known that he was sub-
ject to severe attacks of melancholia.


STRIKING PRESSMAN SHOT.

J. W. Stovall, Non-union, Shoots W.
P. Kreis, Union Pressman.
Atlanta, Ga.-The strike of the un-
ion pressmen of Atlanta, which has
been in silent progress for several
months past. assumed its first sign of
serious friction when J. W Stovall,
of 24 Buena Vista avenue, a non-
union pressman, said to be in the em
ploy of Foote & Davies Company.
shot W P Kreis of 329 Simpson
street, one of the striking union
pressmen, in the left thigh with a
revolver on South Pryor street, be-


tween Alabama and Hunter streets.
Krels was rushed to the Grady hos-
pital in the emergency ambulance of
Greenberg. Bond & Bloomfield. There
it was ascertained be had a com-
pound fracture of the left thigh. The
wound is not considered necessarily
fatal.
Stovall was arrested. He claims he I
shot in self defense.

Woman Arraigned for Distilling.
Macon. Ga.-Minnie Richards, a ne-
gro woman who lives on the farm of
Frank G(ill. in Hancock county. has
been arraigned before IUnited States
Commissioner I.. M. Erwin under the
charge.- of helping to operate a large
mj)on.hine establishment on the farm.
She w.t; closely Questionf-d but along'
with several others who have been
arranged, knew nothing of the still
and the operations close to her house.
The deputies hav, been puzzled in
the-ir efforts in r'acp the responsibil-
ity for ,perating the still.


Era ft iymi


OPTIMISM PBIn


FAme% O bM no, 0s
AMl Oftms Se 4gft

In isesry.

New York-Waeltr 3. ia p
Meat of o of tke -m m
mrchm dl. eamee m to Be M .
kas ret"r"M h we e iMMs t
Port of the puPriwqy of t Ve "
through vek w mak a yu Uo
at iAspeetott.
"Never in my life di I o e
opii u sow prval evTrywel "
among fter s, bakm, .raMld
mew and all othes. The cra we
booming, corn ma wheat mtay. I
think both of them will kave t
largest crops in history.
"But as to property, I ca spM
of it beyond the northwes th
not ao personally.
S"We sent out 100 mm all f Ow *
South to look over the ield, a W i
port on general buasiess Ma *6
Trial conditions Thos M report M
'Just come in. I never have mat aA
thing like this set. O every IaLO
they report prosperity."


COURSE OP TRUE LOVE.
Texa Farmer D Not Pi-I t

New York-Beeme the board of
immigration reftued to alow hs
sweetheart, Matilda Kwema, to
land In the UMited ftata H y
Thons, a prospero farms, of I.
Antonio, Texas, hu u)eid w ft
for Bremen on the v mel d u
she is being deponed
While Thons w toH umini. StO.
many, he mea the y e iw. .m
propcwd marrae. eo WM ew
and when it was tmd that f" p
malkte. would 6reur we" em
before they could be vMn ti
sailed for this coa nr. MISm s
be married r A i t t
tion authoritlwe s dW At p" 46
landlug o( iuamfrid w sem
and as they ave rwe I1Y
very strict. tb v wftod M sM S
mit Thou to marry ber tm. a-
she could cvter this c Ye V
therefore. purctuaMd trsUw-iIm
o the ishp ipus sbe ab t htis f
ported, and wbe they arrl 0 W-
many they *ill be MarretMi W d t 4
come to) this country to live as TM
Texa% farm


HIA"-N CftLi~gft


Ten Persone Kiled aW Siay V IN"
In Waoie-N
Spokane, Wash-To% perss we
killed and at 'east sixty ajuf i a
head-on ccl... -n of two eoetr
tatins on the Spokane ad & MaWN
railroad.
The wreck occurred at CoidwelL.
Wash., a nation between Core
d'AleDe, Idaho, and Spokane. A wes-
bound tra.n had left Couer d'AJM
i'?. 4:20 p. m. and just reached Cold
well when it crashed into a east-
bound train. Both were going at the
route of 15 miles an hour.
They collided without warning to
the crew or passengers, and the
coaches were crushed. Men and wo-
nmen were thrown from their seats,
scme being hurled to the top of the
coaches, while others were sent fly-
ing through the windows. Several
ccaches left the track, and passen-
gers were caught under the pile of
broken timbers.


JOHN WISDOM IS DEAD.


Made Famous Ride During the Civil
War.


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L'! b (dhostbil WwerOe red


sba hVa! mo -& h.,
o the rwtf a th0 es of
tMepkibmdrodrth of. WeBm fer

The bolmard onderitt Mrs. Jemi
Crocket be given $2.00 out of the pan-
per fund.
The following claims against the
county were approved and ordered pid:


^ *1-- m. Jurors inquest Isaac Telfair.....$
bl l purpowe of this meeting Jurors inquest Berry Love........
,to neve and review the ameess- Witnesses said case..............
o no forthuyear, andtheamemor J N Connemr, fees as county
| ah i this board that said roll judge insanity case..............
I wut e csq te, it was ordered that C S Brown, physician said case
t tmtsfo completing same be ex- FEThomason,
t' M Wkui th tie first Monday in next J S Kinkaid, citizen said case...
S Mth; ad it was further ordered that City Water Works, water 2nd
S thedrk give notice that this board quarter ................................
i' i be in sBmo to receive said books G S Goodbreid, error in assess-
Od to bear complaints and receiving ment for 1906 and 1907 .........
S testimony as to the value of any prop- J H Rickerson, feeding prison-
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aty as fxem dy Tne county assessor ot,
tama
Fire arms bond ofW. H. Goff, and
fire arm bond of D. Carpenter were
approved by the board and license or-
dred issued.
The tax collector filed poll list for
JuGe.
The county judge filed report of li-
ome for JMune.
The clerk of the criminal court filed
report of fne, forfeitures and cost for
JUL.
The county treasurer filed financial
Mport for June.
The following claims against the
0ty were approved and ordered paid:


5958


S JCbe, tt, road work lit di-
t June.............................$
The Hair Hardware Co., sup-
pls for Jailae ........
i D Lausiter, trig bridge at
S DmaordJum.....................
S J NMeeks, oassm'ment of '00
9 & W B Drew Co., carbon for

J H Ikam, sberiff's cost
UMoming jurors andmattend.
Sim U tna erimdi court
A Wrfgt worth, station-
S yf C. H....... ,...............
J Bllvaa, 1 broom ..........
+ Lie Oak Pub. Co. pub. June...
I HA heklbmrn, buckets and
S....................... .......
S The .Fist National Bank of
r Uv Oak, interest .....
J B J M, county attorney,
SMahM aMd June...................
J A MLed, eommiuons am
. tu toa ........................
J H Rickmon, sheriff's cost in-
:nh oa. ... .... ......... ..

J H Meod, painting Lura-
...br.. .. .. ....
L T Morgan, surveying public
r a d .... ..............................
J W Bryson, 2 affidavits for li.
S......................... .........
S J N Conner, 3 affidavits for li-.
e......e .................. ....
N LLacquy, road work 3 mo.
Ithk datrict...........................
A. N Bo"ds, road work 4th dist.
JuNe and recov'ing 2 bridges
Waker, Evans m& Cogswell Co.
s pphesfor county judge
Chr he Hunt, road work 3rd
dbtrmt.June..............
J W rym, auditor and Wun'es


The b ard adjourned until tomorrow.
July 6, 1909.
TW heard of County Commiusiooer
*1 laam- unmty. Fkwida, met pur-
rw to apM et and in regular
M sft imOa and wacalled to or-
1 b A. M. Mos.ey. chairman; pres-
1 A. &I MlMsk. H. A. Thompson,
J. V. Carmw. M J -'Chere and J JI

The Sn of W te buni ha uua
vWtlb ,JkGwi Yaft(uno. the
S=*a t thb shift be ti. s
ad to we- f rwe fur *oe

rds d" w" k. to "44t il,
MM 414 Of PO *,s IW4 At 14
d Ii-M- M-- r
IL. J. mw em apWas ted ,,.in
IM to som nfvtmf-wa) aMd ha
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erb. 9) UIV J .. ................ .....**......
C B Cheshire, building 4 bridges
1st district...........................
S G Helton, road work 2nd dis-
trict June.............................
W B Cheshire, building em-
bankment for approach to
bridge over Rocky Creek......
B W Helvenston, insurance C. H
T J Lyle, keeping clock..........
G B Lord com., as treasurer...
Live Oak Mfg Co. lights May
and June....... ....... ........... ...
and June..
Thos Jones, error assessment
personal property 1908 .........
P L Hurst, clerk's cost crim-
inal court ..........................
Floor Clean Co, Wizard Floor
Clean ... ..................... ......
SGeo D Barnard & C.. supDlies


600
370
200


4300

229

55 0

5265

2708


Courteo srcmnp
Stocks Servi
Courteous Treatment


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If the above will make you
a customer, we respectfully
solicit your patronage in
Building Supplies.
We carry everything a first-
class fully stocked establishment
should.


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2420

350


. .. ...... ..' irrv
for C H ............................... 86 85
Witnesses criminal court ........ 302 70
A M Moseley, I day and 24 mis 6 40
J W Carver, 2 days and 30 mils
as county commissioner........ 11 00
J J Dempsey, 2 days and 58 mls
as county commissioner ........ 13 80
MI J. Cheshire, 3 days and 35
miles on roads 1st district.... 1550
J J Dempsey, 3 days and 75
miles as county com. 5th dis.. 19 50
A M Moseley, 5 days and 130
miles on roads 3rd district.... 3300
J W Carver, 5 days and 100
miles on roads 4th district.... 30 00
M J Cheshire, 2 days and 20
miles as county commissioner 10 00
H A Thompson, 2 days and 20
miles as county commissioner 9 80
H A Thompson, 5 days and 110
on roads 2nd district 31 00
IWm Dune, janitor .... 20 00
The following amount were allowed
thte following named paupt1'is:
l.ettie Stewart $2.00), Abram John-
son 3.00, Elizabeth Sessions 3.00, An.
drew Jackson 3.00, Tena Howard, 3:.00,
Winefred Fulwood, 3.00, Caroline Ro-
aisa 3.00, Pink Ferguson 3.00, Ida Ram-
sey 4.00, Mary J. Ratcliff 3.00, Sallie
E. Henderson 3.00, Ednie Moseley 3.00,
Amelia Keywest 3.00, France8 Hugg
3.00, M. A. Truluck 3.00, Lizzie Kirk-
land 4.00, Arthur Crews, 4.00, Aitl.ony
Best 3.00, Ned Smith 5.00, Adaline
Smith 4.00, Lula Gray 5.(A), Spencer
Jackson 2.00.
SThe board agreed to payu anti-half of
Sthe coat of a local jail to ,e built in the
town of Branford. but not in exvv,'. of
one hundred dollars.
Conner Bryson was app inted County
Enumerator of thi- county under Chap-
ter 5609 laws of Florida.
SBoard adjourned to n i'vt lIt Mon-
day in August.
A M. Mtst.i.':. Chairman.
J. W. BYsoN., I'lerk.


North Florida

Lumber Company.


NIKID'UL KNOWLEDGE

Live (Oak People mouMd Learn to Ie-
teet the Appnach of Kidney
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Beet." Q
The three fol owIg psI*aM" -ine
be comidWe&S
(1.) BidstofQt U.,M WaM k M
bet the foMlm*i weight ofbe=fa
eachof thedaysofthe week, be a bbw
MW~innd: Mo&day, r,2O s Wed' W Ths
MWy, OlM poU r; t Its. L*
Said beef to bebutebe our betfar
the Hoepitl and delivered freMh.,
fu.) rdtonfMi nmcar loa tst M i
t river Junction, Fridi. freight pie- and sto af
paid. fatbeefcattle msfficient to pro-. do&H tpi
uce the above statedfmmmtof beef, Ad'a MMC ft
there tobe received by the Hospital
and butchered by its employes. The ak 4t,
(3.) Bids to furnish the amount of this d-A!
fresh beef specified under proposition dollar rs M
(1), but delivered at River Junction, par value of O
Fa., freight prepaid, in minimum car The capital se k
load lots, m improperly iced refrigerator shall be pid firj
cars. Bidders to specify whether West- a its Actual C ash
emrn beef, or Southern cattle butchered The c m rp t
in or ear the State of Florida. any buinss ud i
In making contract, the Board will of its capital stock I
reserve the right to vary the above and paid for.
stated quantities 15 per cent either
way. A bond of $760.00 will be re- T h te f .=
quired of the successful bidder, condi- .9..1exist"ll
toned for the faithful performance of,8A x m
his contract. Each bid mut be accom.' A
panied by a certified check for $5(600.00 The business of
as an evidence of good faith, be coodumeted by t
C. T. WHITFIELD, A presi kt, a viN
Secretary of the Board. tary and trea r,



Notice.
Under and by virtue of a fal decre of for-
cklosure and lalr, mde by the Judge of the Cir.
cuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida.
in and for Suwanne county., im Chnery, In that
certain caum wheria James Smith is ooonspia.
ant and Sma Piankuy. et aI an defendants ad
wherein the uademi ued Was appoiatUd Spoal
Muter to excutemid decree, I will on the fbtt
Monday in Septemer. A. D. 196, durnbw thel la
houraf m.in fmrt ofthe court howe der in
Suwannee euty. Florida, sell at pb0c auction
to the U iMgst and bet bidder therefer. for c".


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The symptoms of kidney trouble are the folowing dscribd property. towit: t
half of oth-west quarter of section 1 in town-
so unmistakable that they leave no ship 4. south of range 13 et. in Suwuanm
ground for doubt. Sick kidneys ex- county. Florida. J.. WOOD.
Special Mare.
create a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, -- .- .. .
full of sediment, irregular of passage Notice.
or attended by a sensation of scalding. Under and by virtue of the final decoe of for-
The back aches constantly, headaches ure and le madet by the Judge of the Circuit
SCourt of the Thir Judicial Circuit of Florida im
and dizzy spells may occur and the vic- and for Suwam county. in Chancery. in that
tim is often weighed down by a feeling m certain ase whereda McCulers Brothsers are
complaint and Aloso Mallr et al, a n do.
of languor and fatigue. Neglect these feMndant and wherein the undensined w ap-
Apoits ASp l Mat to mmeute maid weree I
warnings and there is danger of dropsy, will, on t he t Monday in z'ptember. A. D.
Bright's disease, or diabetes. Anyone o190,durintheW hour of aleinfroont of the
court howe door n Swanness county, Florida.
of these symptoms is warning enough "0 at public auction to the higbrest ad bt bed-
derthereorfor h. te folowint deibed
to begin treating the kidneys at once. prp rly. to-wit: Lotixin Block Vty. less a
Delay often proves fatal. strip fifty feet wide aroi south eWd in the city
Laf oLen proves aa. Oak. in Suwannee ouunty, ioria.
You can use no better remedy than J. P. LAMB. SiWcial Mter. 1
Doan's Kidney i'ilh. Herv'm live Oak
l)rn u il ra Notice of Application for Tax Deed
W. F. frel o Oi Av. Under Section X of Chapter 4f,
W. F. Waslin, formerly tof Ohioave., Laws of Florida.
Livte Oak, Fla., saym: I consider Notk, is heyb gv thatA. AL knina. pe.
D)oan's Kidney Pills to be the most chmser of Tax C*rfiat No. 1iW.4at the bWid
lay of July, A. D. 1x ha Afid iad ewt wA
effective kidney remedy in existence, 'in my office, a. d ha. m ew appi st a furu
They have been used in my family with dew to ,u, in aeodae with law. sad wC,
tificase embrace the foliwi g 4Uui Prop.
the very best of results, and I have a erty mituald in Suwana euuntF. IW& t.
wit; Loi,% Blok "'C'" Dsltuo's AdiantoLives
number of friends who have also taken Oak.ec tio tnu : MIsout. rae. 3Sm._
them with like benefit. 1 adlvibe every- Th, ?lbn use at,,? & th
mainguNee of s ertificte in thr Mm U Ms.
one suffering from backache or any known. Unleash said erfic"ae shaall be hd
tL g rcct>dino u> law. tax deed will ",e 'nrm.e ,+j
other syptoms of kidney complaint to the th day of Auu A i
procure Doan's Kidntey P'ills from the Wit nss m Uff c al nat wrend a >. .wt.
: be t .a) of July, AD
Suwaniet lDrug Co. and give then a S J ibN
trial." Ciik C- -uit Cwr;Su*ar.rf r.t; yo>ss
For sale by all dealhr.s. Price, Notice of Applicatiu f.,r T-p I1m,
cents. Foster-Milburn (o., Buffalo, L'induler Swtin ,,tf t hap;irr M.
New Y'ork. oile agent- for th.. United .aw. of Florida.
StaHts. p ,trt. *wtr is.t h:a J e. Tsr,, iP,,6,
ct hkaer If Tax r >' ca, N, .. ). a u
Renumnitier the. t':ti I.' lo'an% ;' and 't 'hhh 2r ilta. if Jji ) k ., : *
takt no to thcr. 2; 2 ,hc t, n f,, t ^t d .e %U 1 0 ,II b n t
.a .S A teltph%,n tne. i,n .. l. L / : .
twetn Ieesburkr andl Ocala j
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