Title: Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00573
 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: August 20, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00573
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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g Bwers of Oklahem IBys 12,-
t::0M Acres of SUwamne Ad.

SToeday the Union Inveatentt
Lee Humphres, presi-
a dJ. F. Harrell, seaetary, of
dtyt, sold to S. E Bowers, of Okla-
laCGty, Okla., 12,000 acres of Su-
T- eo county lands for a considera-
I dlf about $40,000.
,I r. Bowers, the purchaser of these
^ is a very prominent and sccess-
al estate dealer of Oklahoma, and
I ra id had experience in handling
-~ lands purchased from the Union
t Co., are known as cut-over
B and lie about ten miles mouth and
H-haat of this city. This entire
b hih and dry, and good, aver-
m land; will produce well, and
bIthm' a few miles of the Florida and
Siotie Coast line railroads.
-We im unthat it is the intention of
,.dprchn er to place this property on
Ikmlurket at once in 80 and 160 acre
i"ria oa easy terms, and to sell to ac-
'trlettrs only.
qhkou t the Western States there
ehOrmeds of good, industrious far-
Sw~o will be only too glad to pur-
S d tme lands, but you will have to
m," and Mr. Bowers propo.
to do that very thing. It is his in-
we understand, to bring s
'r of western homeseekers here
Mst fll, and if he does, they will buy,
.d- tWe entire property will soon be
I eyrmted into vast fields of corn and

i kIS aa splendid and valuable prop
Sty, ad in a few years will be wort)
|, ma times its present value whether
*.. in cultivation or not. Lands iu
thi msunty are advancing in price ever)
a.g, ad will continue to do so for year

Mr. Bowers is in the city and will b!
AI for some little time looking afte:
'- ip: perty. He is a wide-a-wake, pro
wmmive gentleman, and the Democra
1 Ijmmd to know that he has become
SrwuNd in Suwannee county prop
S, tand hope he may decide to mak
Stcity his home. We need just suel
a to help develop our county.

W. H. Lyle Reappointed Superintend.
eat City Water Works.

Live Oak, Fla., Aug. 9, 1909.
The city council met in regular
Present: R. E. McNeill, mayor; J.
KE Wood, president of council, and Al-
dermen Hinley, Barclay, Rogers and
Minutes of July meeting were read
and approved.
Reports of tax collector, marshal,
sanitary inspector, superintendent of
water works and treasurer were read
I and aDnroved.


October 20 aNd 2l the Date Fixed for, Civic Committee of Woman s Club
Confederates Reuaioum a this City. Favor Better Water.
A meeting of Joseph E. Finegan, The members of the civic committee,
Camp, Confederate Veterans was held Woman's Club, are pleased to note in
in this city Wednesday and the date for last week's Democrat an article by one
holding the State Reunion was fixed for of our leading physicians advocating
October 20th and 21st. the importance and great benefits Live
The following were appointed corn- Oak would derive from purer and bet-
mit:ee on arrangement: W. A. Tison, i ter water.
chairman; D. G. Harvard, L D. Lan- We hope upon investigation by com-
din, J. J. Dixon and S. P. Mays. potent engineers that the city will find
The next qteeting of the Joseph E. his plan feasible and that we will have
Finegan Came will be held on Septem- the good water of Suwannee Spring
ber 16th. at thich time the division, brought into our homes.
commander of the Sons of Veterans, All over the country there is a battle

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The following bills were approved Hon. C. S. Fleming, of Jacksonville, on against consumption.
mnd ordered paid: Iwill be present and organize a Camp of The health of the individual man,
North Florida Lumber Co .. 16 31 ns of Veterans. The division conm- woman and child depends on the state
R E McNeill, salary............. 375 mander of the Daughters of the Con- of the public health.
Live Oak Publishing Co.. ..... 33 33federacy of St. Augustine, has also Good water and municipal cleanliness
.......... 158 le been invited to be present and organize are the important factor in any city to
Suwannee Drug Co.............. a Chapter of the Daughters of the Con- secure immunity from disease.
uwanne H Darug Co................. !fedracv"
Hair Hardware Co.................. 13 78 e Therefore, let us all work together
J H Anderson, salary ...........40 00 These two organizations go hand-in- for the things that will bring health
W T Stokely...... 10 00hand with the Confederate Veterans or- and beauty to Live Oak.
J. T. Clark, salary.................. 50 00ganization, and it is to be hoped all C. B. FARRELL,
J. F. Kinkaid, salary .............. 7500who can join will be present at the Chairman Civics.
Fred W. Pope, rock......... ...... 115 56 meeting on Thursday, September 16th,
Standard Oil Co 10 50 and assist in organizing. A Renarkable Egg.
J.A.Jekins ......................... 1585 Live Oak proposes to do her full Believers in the unusual will be inter-
M. L Burett & Co............. 82 60 share in helping to entertain those who ested in a wonderful egg which has
Jno Clark Co ... ............... 85 061attend the State Reunion here in been brought into this vicinity from
W. H. Lyle, streets ..............254 65 October, and the city council, board of! Alabama. Several days since when
A. C. L. Ry., freight............... 290 12 trade and other organizations will take Rev. L. B. Crawford was over there, a
B. P. Mosely ................. 208 63the matter up and assist the committee i gentleman told him of an egg laid in a
First Nt. Bank, interest........ 60 00of arrangements in every possible way. hen's nest in his poultry yard. The
We all want to show the Old Confed- egg was given to Mr. Crawford, who
$1,558 04 crate a good time while here, and we brought it home with him. The inscrip-
On motion marshal was authorized to are going to do it, too. tion, "Lo, the time is near at hand,"
advertise for bids on No. 1 timothy is in raised script letters on one side of
hay, No. 2 oats, No. 2 couf. Cemetery Working. the shell, and is very legible. The
W. H. Lye's time being out as su- Please announce in your paper that meaning of this is a matter of conject-
perintendent of water works, on mo-
tion he was reappointed at a salary of there will be a working at St. Gilead ure. Whether it is a warning or merely
100.00 a month, cemetery on Thursday, August 26th. an unparalleled incident, it is certainly
Eaiz0 a mtonoa. sEverybody invited to attend this work- interesting to those who have seen it,
Equalization of 1909 taxes was taken ing. Respectfully, and has attracted a great deal of atten.
up.A. PGE. tion in this locality.-Mountain Hill
Council then took recess to meet Au- A.cor. P respondence in Hamilton (a.) Jour
gust 10, 1909. nal.
J. E. WooD, A shark nine feet ong was caught -n-a-
President C(ity Council. at Fort Pierce, which had been feeding Two thousand people attended a fish
Attest: around the dock for sometime, fry at Punta Gorda.

After goia thwmkiq It
;ape, Presidt Taft i
missions for the app
er of supervisors for the
imeratioL *'
Each ce-ns supervisor wi
tremendous field fore od
umder him. The supunm-
eeive a salary of 2,000 md
will extend over eight or t
The states where the 111Y-
divided equally between the
and Republicans are Virxgbi
Carolina, Georgia, FloridA
Mississipp, Arkanma L i,-d
Texas. In most of the iat"i
sors are appointed in each
aldistrict. President Tat,it it
laid down the rules, eepecd iH
where a division has been
tweea Democrats and
that supervisors shall not b aet
tisans and that no attempt Ihmt
made to build up political inE hm
of the census patrage.
Among the superi aors
the list included:
Florida: First district, Hwmy
Bishop, (Republican); Secoa d
L Lesuer Gauken
Third district, Tbomas T W

Sea Islau Cotto MarkeL |
The Savannah Mornan News
Icrop accounts remain about the
There have been rather m ar
Splints arising from the
I rains, but it is generally tho t
it will require a spell of dry w tlm
develop actual damage result.,
The first bale of the new Fruidaiw
was received at Savannah from Sumri
- nee county on August 7, classed fh
I, and sold at auction for 24c. The ift
Sale of the Georgia crop was reei
on August 12 from Clinch county, -W
classed fancy and sold for 2SJe. QrlNO
Sof both bales unusually good forwl-

City Clerk.


A Grt Meeting for Live Oak. Chamber of commerce e Extends Invi-
Rev. Sam J. White, Florida's State station.
lngelist for the Christian church,
ba pitched his tent in the city of Live Probably Tallahassee will be the first
Oak for a series of meetings. He will city in Florida to entertain President
be misted by his brother, Rev. R. A. William Howard Taft, and right it
Whte, preacher, and Mrs. Chas. H. should be, it being the Capital City.
NeblNs as singer. It is unnecessary to The Chamber of Commerce is doing its'
qak of the White Bros'. ability as part, and now let's every one in the
Iaehens or their personalitity as gen- county pull for his presence.
t$ n and associates. They have been By motion ot Mr. H. F. Gaulding,
b w midst before and proved them- the Chamber of Commerce has extend-
UIWS worthy of the utmost confidence. ed to President Taft an invitation to
S primary object of this meeting is visit the Garden City of the Land of
I doa you good and make a strong plea Flowers while on his Southern tour.
Sthe union of God's people. The Certainly the nation's executive will
port of every church in this city is not overlook the opportunity of visiting
rdi y solicited. Surely no one can this section when he comes South.
Wd to miss even one service. Room The Savannah correspondent for the
SIllal-come. Savannah News, in reporting the invi-
tation, suggested that "gopher soup"
Died. be served President Taft in lieu of a
OR Sunday morning, August 7th, the "'possum banquet." This dish may
6Ith angel came to the home of Mr. I sound awful to some, but to "those
Od Mrs J. L. Tucker and carried who know," there is nothing better,
Wiy little Ruby Thelma, the 7-months- and the President has but to get a taste
M baby, who for some time has been of it to call the "Billy Possum" null
.'.iiiwg the pain of death. All was and void, likewise "Teddy Bears.'
:e for her that loving hands could Gopher, or Gopiierus Polyhemus, is
,i.4k but the good Lord saw best to call symbolic of Florida, having been made
lbhome. The remains were laid to so by the late session of the legislature
1 .i Philadelphia cemetery. A large in the form of the Wiggins Gopher Pro-
bof people were present to pay section Bill. Therefore it would be fit-
1[i t gad tribute of respect to the tingly in season to give President Taft
,"ld eae. a taste of this Florida relish.
|Inte funeral services were conducted In his schedule of visits, the Presi-
? fneral se we n d .. frm Mohilh Ala to Atlan-





We will offer for cash any suit in our store

for $10.

These suits formerly sold for $15,

$18, $20, $22.50

and $25.

We also have

another lot of summer suits that formerly

sold for

$10, $12.50 and $14, that we will

of er during this sale for $5.

Also, our en-

tire lot of Men's Odd Pants at one-half price.
These are the greatest clothing bargains you
have ever had offered you. It is customary
with us each season to sell out our entire
stock before receiving the next season's goods,
thereby assuring our customers that we never
carry anything but new and up-to-date goods.

l This Sale CommencedlThursday,
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mm. H. W. Odm. Od h.ldkr. a e
ta reati c at BemviAk Mr. ppm a r &Xa mm Owrft
and Mrs. Odo had the mifortm to key Ads Not MU in AbL m
Iom their mrddem in Live Oak by kee
Sfew wks o. Mort all of their Bin0iMOL- AIL-Il new m
household g ordsg r- &d other are wa Wd oate
were ao burned. They have our sin- the
ere sympathy in their trouble. uller prohibition bill which pemd
Mrs. Sallie Caaon and son Roy are the house of the Alabama lgislatur
visiting Mrs. Cason's sister, Ars. Hall, afew days ago and which will reach
of Trenton. i the sente this week. The measure
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g- im;mr-- ... .. vuici De 6, --00 16e S ur aceUt me at=mcnu 0u
homeIweek with her sister' Mrs. Hattie
X. Manly is confined at home her iste Mrs.Haie newspaper makers all over the coun-
Swim e;tmaed fever, and at present Bovd. try. It is aimed at the men who sell
Sdthf is reported to be very sick. Frak Beach is visiting relatives and papers with whiskey advertisements,
SMrs. W. R. Moore visited Lake City friends at Trenton this week. and it is pointed out that many maga-
an d it.in poiMted ostethat many Maga-
Stis Mr. and Mrs. M. Boyd visited Mrs. j zines and newspapers would be barred
S r. Levy Kennedy was in town on Boyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. from Alabama. Inquiries have been
b Uain Monday. Crawford, Sunday. They spent Sun- received here by various publishers as
: Cotton buyers and the ginners are day night with Mrs. Boyd's sister, to the general purport of the Fuller
preparing for the close approaching Mrs. Sanford Beach. bill, which may become a law at almost
otton season.Elder G. I. Wiggins filled his regular any time.
W. 0. Kennedy, our popular tonsor- appointment at Beachville Saturday in answer to the various queries, in-
S al artist, visited Jacksonville on busi- night and Sunday. formation is being sent out from Bir-
ne; m this week. J. T. Crawford is on the sick list this mingham that if no amendments are
S Crley Mosely, of Jacksonville, is week. but we trust he will be better tacked on to the measure in the senate
spending his vacation visiting his par- soon. the Fuller bill will prevent the sale in
ata, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mosely. J. E. Odom and family spent Sunday Alabama of all newspapers and maga-
Miss Bell Mosely has completed a with his sister, Mrs. Zonie Bibby. zines which carry whiskey and beer ad-
i ueessful school term at Little River Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lacquey and vertisements. The newspaper dealers
and returned home. son spent Sunday and Sunday night usually preface what they have to say
Lawrence Mosely, of Tampa. is visit- with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cason. Iby declaring the law is very drastic,
ing relatives in town this week. COTTON PICKER. and information is given out that ar-
P.'W. Warren left Tuesday for Eat-
W. Warren left Tueday for Eat- rangements are being made to test the
o ton, N. C., his boyhood home, for a N~wlurn News. law in the event the b,ll is passed.
pleasure trip.
Mi Gaw Pickett, of arrabelle, e are having some very warm days Publishers outside of the state have
Mins Gaw Pickett, of Carrabelle, ^ ^ ^ ^ .^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
after spending a month in town visit- now, and also some showers. been informed that no effort would be
ing relatives, returned home Monday. Mr. Wi. Johnson was in Live Oak made to stop them from sending any
Mrs. M. J. Beathea was in town on business Saturday. and all magazies with whiskey adver-
Monday shopping. G. W. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. tisements, but that the news dealers
SMonay sopping. Themselves would be prevented from
Jimps Collins, of Hagin, Ga., spent Roberts, G. A. Howes and sons, B. themselves would be prevented from
Sfew days visiting the family of Howes and C. Johnson were among selling such papers and magazines.
a few days visiting the family of J. W.
Bell, his cousin, those who were in Live Oak Saturday. The news dealers say the bill will work
Miss Edn Bell, after spending a de- Regular services were held at Wes- a great hardship upon them. It re-
lighttul visit with friends in Boston, ley chapel last Sunday by the pastor. mains to be seen what the publishers
Ga., returned Tuesday evening. The sing at Rocky Sink was well at- outside of the state will do.
J. W. Morgan, who received a pin- tended last Saturday and the youn
ful iujury by a horse striking his in- people met again on Sunday. Disagreeable at Homne.
step, is rapidly recovering. Miss Stella Williams was shopping Lots of men and women who are
Rev. R. E. Parnell left this morning last Saturdayy in Live Oak. agreeable with others, get "cranky"
for Warsissa to conduct a series of G. B. Howes has been appointed as at home. Its not disposition, its the
,: meetings, rural carter on route No. 1 from New- liver. If you find in yourself that you
Miss Bessie Carver left Saturday for burn. feel cross around the house, little
a visit to Mrs. P. Q. Cason, at Apa- There is to be a Sunday school picnic things worry you, just buy a bottle of
laehicola. at Clayland next Saturday. We are Ballard's Herbine and put your liver in
Raeford Carver was in town on busi- anticipa ing a pleasant day. shape. You and everybody around you
ness this week. AI MUS. will feel better for it. Price 50 cents
C. B. Godbold says that he has the Beachville Itenim. per bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug
finest corn crop on his plantation he Mrs. J. A. Cason and son are visiting Company.
ever produced. relatives and friends at Trenton this
Uncle Dan Tedder, of Live Oak, vis- week. PROHIBITION VICTORY.
ited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Godbold last Brother Wiggins preached a beauti-
week. ful sermon yesterday and also Satur- Dislnsaries Driven Out of Eilihteen
Rev. W. A. Tison has returned from day night. South Carolina countiess .
Palatka, where he conducted a success- Miss Alice Dorsett, Mr. Ben Fletcher,
ful meeting. Miss Stevens and Mr. Roy Dorsett spent Charleston C., Aug. 19.-The
The W. 0. W. are making extensive the day with Miss Grace Atwell, Sun- h eld in twenty-one of the so-called
preparations for their picnic, Aug. 26, day. held in twent-one of the so-called
at McLeran's park. Frank Beach left Monday morning for "wet" counties of South Carolina for
Uncle Billy McClellan, our big heart- Trenton, where he will remain with his the purpose of allowing the voters of
ed justice of the peace, was in town brother for a few days. each county to choose between prohi-
this morning on official business. Wonder what young men walked over bition and the county dispensary sys-
Mrs. Jennie Bothwell, of Live Oak, to Lochaway last Friday to visit their tem indicate that the prohibitionists
accompanied by her son, Master Theron lady friends and had to swin the river have won victories in eighteen of these
Rice Bothwell, visited relatives in town coming and going ? counties.
this week. Wonder what young lady and gentle- The election was without excitement
Berry Blanton was in town Monday man were out gathering "pairs" or special incident in any county, and a
morning on business, last Monday morning. small vote was polled. The majorities
Jim Cason, of Lake City, is visiting Gee. Timmerman has gone in the for prohibition, according to the pres-
his brother, Jessie R. Cason, near town table business of late, I believe. ent returns, which are in most cases
this week. Say,[boys what is the matter with practically complete, range from 14 in
Phil Lowe says he can't keep Wel- our debate? Have vou let Carlo bluff! Calhoun county to !82 in Orangeburg
born sand out of his shoes, you all? RED HORSE. iountv. The largest majority for the
A. C. Selph (Sunny Boyv) paid Ray- dispensary is in Charleston county,
mond O'Cain (Fatty) ten dollars for a Bie a Bister. where it received 1,525 votes against
four dollar pig this week. St. Peter sits by the heavenly gate, 305 for ohibition.
Welborn needs a bank, and the peo- his hands on the strings of a lyre, and -
pie of Welborn should go after the he sings a low song as he oatientlv F al

bank and get it.
Welborn needs to advertise. If she
desires to grow she must advertise.
The Rev.B.R. Mosely of Melrose and
the Rev. B. C. Collum, of South Caro-
lina, doing evangelistic work in the
state, are holding a series of meetings
at Mt. Pleasant and report great suc-
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Godbolt were
prominent visitors in town this week.
Walter Dennard, of Taylorville, spent
several days visiting his father and
t *a 11t -I v' yi

waits for the souls of those who expire. 1 second-hand bi
He hears in the distance the chorus' second-hand 1-4
of song that swells from the foot of 1 b-18 reversible
the throne, and he smiles as the music 1 s ant ds b
is wafted to him, and sinizs a lay of his For sale at a ba

There is room in this region for a
million of souls, who by sorrow and
woe are bereft; 'tis for those who have
suffered, tAe melody rolls, but the
kicker must turn to the left.
There is room for people wh,), when
they were young, prsisted in sowing

horse wagon.
disc harrow, new.
harrow, second-hand.
rgain. Cash or pro-

I also have a tine lot of 1S-inch sea-
soned pine wood at my place in town.
Quick delivery, $: .,(I per cord, 16 feet.

You can for a limited lIeriod purchase
from us the medicine you need under
l).itilCv U'rit?,tn rrul. i.ntp i t Ai .,ind

mother, Mr. ana Mrs. WV. E. Uennard. oats, yet boomed up :heir i)own with purchase price if yu are not entirely
G. E. Hawkins, our county surveyor, sinew and tongue, b. uti e kicker must satisfied with the benefits receive(,i.
visited Houston this week. go to the goats. Suwannee Druz Co.
Mrs. W P. Moore and Mrs. W. B. There is room for the peple who
Zachery were among the ones attend- pointed with pride to the beautyv ar.d W. W. Whilden, a former engineer
ing the Sunday school picnic at Beulah, growth of their town. who kept sing- on the A. C. L., has .-ued the company
Friday. ing its praises aloud tiil they died. but for $45',(0W for injuries received while
An interesting hall game was played kickers will nltease ;arnmhi brown ;il ri omtn...,

'CViim NtePr"
r, i m Mn. B J. Wrrell, of Jiek-
i, u rsilmd home Sunday after a
it wvut to relatives and their old
Lum homs. Mr. Worrell holds a
On of trust at the city hall in


It fl Help YI

Mrs. W. W. Gardner, of Padunh, Ky, ttisd Oi
q think Cardui is just grand. I have been Uih it irwd
I am 48 years old and feel like a difart wmmman, m
taking it. I used to suffer from bearing dowm n a
and sleeplessness, but now the paui e a all gone ai 1i
I highly recommend Cardui for young and old." TiT


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1 DR. T. A. BAILEY will discontinue his
/1 to Live Oak until in August, at which
will open an Anticeptic Office similar to tho|
. he has in Jacksonville, and it will be
none in the State, furnished with all
I equipment. All work will be done
J and guaranteed in quality and wor
Prices will be very close. All in need of
will do well to wait for the opening of
J office, if possible. Watch this space for
Sas to where and when it will open.

Live Oak Manunfturing
Lumber, Shin les, Ice, Electir
Lights, Powe. and Turpenti
Electric Lights in any part of the city furr,
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonlllj
Electric power-Day and night current-for mad
Sgholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders hav
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
We willgive you good prices on low grade cril
flooring. Come and get our prices.

Sh~g r nt&chi nery a In M1 I Suppl i es ceri
We have te largest -mad
plete like of rn[Y M

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Horses, Buggies, Mules, Harness,


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Call and See Them.

Don't forget that

we are headquarters for everything in our line.


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




Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons

Live Oak, Florida

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I Irmeat in Their Honor Designed
by Dixie'" irl.
S/Atlanta, Ga.-The design for the
u momentt to the women of the Lost
Gme has been completed, and is the
rk of Miss Bella Kinney, of Nash-
Sile, Tenn. She is only 22 years of
S e, and has achieved fame as a sculp-
The design for the proposed monu-
m ent is very beautiful and elevating.
STb central figure, of heroic size, is
b g tM goddess of fame. At her right the
living figure delicately featured,
bdtiful, but with an expression of
ax ite sadness, represents the self-
jCaiking southern woman of the war
the. Fame is represented as placing
a wreath upon the southern woman's
head, while she supports, at her left, a
Sand emaciated confederate sol-
S e, to whom the southern woman is
xteding even in death, the palm of

It i believed thai replicas will be
eeted and placed in all southern cap-

da. Dr. Conradi's ability as an educa-
tor has been attested not only in the
superior reputation he bears from the
University of Indiana, and from Clarke
University, one of the most eminent in
America in psychological and pedagogi-
cal research; but, in actual service and
its results in the State, has Dr. Conradi
made good his reputation. He is now
busily engaged in the heavy corres-
pondence attendant upon his duties as
The great number of communications
indicate a large enrollment in the Col-
lege next term.
Many improvements are now under
headway. Several acres of the campus,
hitherto lying idle, have been graded.
A large part of this land is being set in
St. Augustine grass, and the remain-
ing portion is being prepared for sod
another season. The road which curves
by Bryan hall has been improved and
extended to meet the main thorough-
fares of the city.
The contract has been let for a new
steam laundry building. The new laun-
dry will be in operation this autum
when School opens.

Professional Cards.



I'hone 100.

Live Oak,

Fl. i

DR. W. M. McRAE,
Office, second floor Lewin building in
office rooms formerly occupied by
Dr. L. M. Dixon.


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.

The place for the Student
with Limited Means

Everything taught that belongs to the business whoo
Telegraphy a specialty. $90 pays for Tuition fiw
months, board and lodging four months. Corresponw
dence solicited.

K. M. CLAYTON, Pres.

Florid State College for Women.
The Florda State College for Women,
STallhassee, in its School of Liberal
Arts, has made some valuable additions
to its faculty. This body already
Rtrag in an able corps of instructors,
hs secredthe services of Dr. C. B.
Bod of South Carolina, to till the chair
d Greek and Lattin. Dr. B. C. Bondu-
S t, the former Professor in this de-
p tment, a gentleman so highly es-
teaed for his scholarly attainiients
id Christian manhood, is in ill health,
ald cannot continue his work. But the
i Collage is exceedingly fortunate in se-
aring a gentleman of such fine ability
IS Dr. Boyd. He is a graduate of
W Offord College and afterward did
i Palate work at Vanderbilt and at the
SUniersity of Missouri, and this year
lived the doctor's degree at the Uni-
Sverty of Wisconsin after'a year's resi-
dire there. In each of these noted
I Unities he won distinction in his
.Ntamrch work. Dr. Boyd has also had
a ril and successful experience as a
I tbr of Classics, and comes with the
StaPtation of a scholar and excellent
rof. A. E. Chrislip, now of New
Yak, but whose home is in West Vir-
S has been appointed to the Dean-
ip of the Normal School and Profes-
t af Education in the College of Lib-
1al Arts. Dr. Chrislip graduated in
S t Peabody Normal College and in

Active at S7.
This would not be unusual news if
men and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and joints limber with Ballard's
Snow Liniment. Sold by Suwannee
Drug Co.
Where lie Was Atraid.
Little Tommy and his mother, re-
turning home in the dark, passed a
large tree recently blown over. As
they went by he grasped her hand with
all his strength and backed around
against her skirt, facing the tree.
"Why, Tommy,' she said, "are you
afraid?" "Well," gasped Tommy,
"mv front jacket ain't, but my back
jacket is." Delineator.

A Weakling%
is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often it eat-.,
the worms get all the nourishment from
the food, the child gets practically
none. White's Cream Vermifuge gets
ride of the worms quickly, easily and
with no had after effects. Price 25
cents a bot:tl. SOhi ,by Suwannce
Irug C'o.
Al sent Minded.
'*Wilkin- is the most absent minded
cuss I evet'r mnt.'



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Federal Courts.
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P blshed every Friday at
Pf S1 Conner St., Live Oak. Fia.
S 8uscuription Price:

Telephone ;14

ntsred at the Live Oak Postoffice as
second-class matter.

Alabama it seems has about succeed-
*a drying up the damp spots in that

The county commissioners of Suwan-
i eomnty have reduced the tax levy.
iBO-Orlando Sentinel.

S.There are five candidates for United
tL Senator now and several coun-
SJet to ear from.

.;Tb Democrats of Florida will get
short end of the division of the cen-
memeration pie.I

B. McFarlin is "making good"with
the Quiny Times and is giving that
old town a bright, newsy paper.

The sentiment in favor of supplying
S ve Oak with Sawannee Springs watei
k as nearly unanimous as any question
W this nature could be.

i The battleship Florida will be th4
q oms of the navy and Florida mus
live it a silver service worthy of
queen.-Tampa Times.

One hundred thousand dollars spen
NA 1new buildings and public improve
MDts in Live Oak for the past yea
Sot so very bad after all.

The Tampa Times grows better ever
'Ay. It is one of the best daily news
papers in the State and is doing a great
work for the hustling city of Tampa

The Norfolk, Va, Tankmnrk says:
"Pity the poor editor who is rash
enough to tell the truth! His only
friends are Mr. Consumer and Mr.
Good Citizen, both of whom are regard-
ed as jokes by the 'public servant' who
run things nowadays."

There is not a desirable dwelling
vacant in the city. There may be a few
small cottages vacant, but the better
class of dwellings are all occupied and
the supply is nothing like equal to the
demand. Twenty or thirty modern
homes in the best residential parts of
the city to rent at from $18 to $25 per
month would be taken in a day.

A company composed of Walter Ray,
of Martel, and other well known Ma-
rion county capitalists will build a line
of railroad from Ocala to Dunnellon.
It will be called the Ocala and South-
western railroad. Walter Ray, who is
connected with this railroad is one of
the best business men in Florida, and
has made good in every business he has
ever undertaken. He knows no such
word as fail.

The Philadelphia Record says: "We
make the suggestion that the prices
may be high because people have been
spending money pretty freely. Every
producer is getting as much as he can;
if the customers are 'easy' he gets good
prices; when the customers buy spar-
ingly and only the cheaper things, the
producer has to cut prices to get rid of
his goods. If the great masses of the
People cannot or will not pay high
prices for things the prices will probably
come down to what they are willing to
pay. "-Savannah News.





If Luther Burbank's efforts to pro-
dCee a seedless watermelon means that
he proposes to make it all heart, here's
smeess to him and quick returns.-
Washington Herald.

The Bartow Courier-Informant, one
of the best papers in all Florida would
like to have an opportunity to support
Attorney-General Park Trammell for
United States Senator.

South Florida is grooming its gifted
:on, Hon. Park M. Trammell, the pres-
eat Attorney-General of the State, to
enter the spring primary for United
States Senator.-DeLand Record.

If "Claude," the "I" of state press
fame, goes a hunting for the senatorial
toga in an auto would it be out of place
for Broward, the "I" of drainage to go
hunting for it on a dredge?-Orlando
Reporter Star.

James R. Garfield, son of the late
President Garfield, may be nominated
by the Republicans of Ohio to make the
race against Governor Harmon. whom
the Democrats will probably nominate
for a second term.

Mr Taft's msaaerr to thp eo nntrv

The government wanted to rent a
piece of land near Washington for the
purpose of making tests of flying ma-
chines. The land is practically worth-
less for any other purpose than flying
over; but when the owner ascertained
that the government desired the use of
it he raised the rental 300 per cent.,
which would be at the rate of 10 per
cent. on about 1,000 times the value at
which the land is returned for taxation.
The spirit of this particular land owner
is all too common in many parts of the
country. As soon as the owner learns
that his land is wanted for any sort of
purpose, he sends the price sky-high.
If the tax-levying authorities could fol-
low up such incidents and make the
owners pay taxes on such valuations it
would be a good thing for progress and
the public funds.--Savannah News.

Gradually the anti-tee pass low is be-
ing emasculated. We have already
seen railroad commissioners riding free.
An act has been passed permitting po-
licemen and firemen Ito ride on street
cars free. Another act has been passed
permitting railroads to give passes to
former employes who had rendered
faithful service. Now there is a pro-
position that Confederate veterans shall
have free transportation. At the next
session of the Legislature, so it is said,
a bill will be introduced to restore the
half-rate privilege to ministers of the
Gospel. And so it goes. Savannah
Morning News. The day of freak leg-
islation is fast passing away. and in
Florida, as in Georgia, the anti-free
pass laws will soon be repealed along
with a "lot" of other needless and un-
necessary laws.

One of the newspaper squibs 'whkih is
going the rounds of the press i> enti-
tled "The Perfect Man." It emanates
from the fertile brain of a North ('aro-

After all, there is some degree of
relative matisartio in the knowl*e
that Georgia is not the only state in the
Union whose legislature has contributed
to the merriment of the public during
these sultry midsummer months, when



he murcury is hovering in the neigh-
borhood of bloodheat.
There are others.
Indeed, most of the states seem to
iave chosen humorists to represent
hem at the seats of legislation.
And if Georgia is after the palm,
rhe New York World is kind enough to
say that the old Empire State of the
South will have to bestir herself.
The metropolitan newspaper adds:
"How can Georgia hope to compare
with Oklahoma, where a hotel may not
use any receptacle for food which has
cracks visible to the naked eye, nor
cover any bed with a sheet less than
nine feet long; where Senator Lan-
drum's bill protects the feelings of the
aborigines by forbidding the use of
wooden Indians as cigar store signs
under penalty of $50 and six month's
imprisonment? Kansas will still be a
few leaps ahead with its acts forbid-
ding drinking on railway trains and the
running of motor vehicles at illegal
rates of speed except by a 'political
chauffer,' who may 'run an automo-
bilious band wagon at any rate he sees
fit compatible with the safety of the
occupants thereof.'
"In Illinois a bill was introduced 'to
establish a new mathematical truth,
viz, the squaring of the circle.' A
Western legislator has endeavored to
make it unlawful for any druggist to
sell a patent medicine 'unless there be
affixed in a conspicuous place in his
store an affidavit stating that he has
tried one bottle of the mixture and ex-
perienced no harmful effects there-
from.' Another has sought to have it
declared under pains and penalties that
every hotel menu should be printed in
English, another that every saloon must
have a red light in front with the word
'danger' inscribed thereon, while still
another act provides that 'it shall be
unlawful to discharge any rifle or re-
volver in the public highways unless to
kill some wild, ferocious or dangerous
beast, or an officer in discharge of his
duty.' In the Lone Star State it is
solemnly enacted that 'the skies of
Texas are as blue as the skies of
Italy.' "
The foregoing inventory shows that
Georgia is not alone in the effort which
she is making to entertain, by statutory
enactment, the great masses, who must
be amused even at the expense of the
time-honored traditions which have ded-
icated the law-making power to the
oracles of sober wisdom. Atlanta

Under the terms of a law which went
into effect in the State of Minnesota on
August 1 last, it becomes a misdemean-
or in that state either to sell or to give
away cigarettes or cigarette papers.
For some time past there has been in
progress in the Middle West a crusade
of the most persistent type against this
recognized menace to the youth of the
land, but the Minnesota statute is the
most drastic and radical measures which
has yet been enacted in the wake of
this movement of reform.
Laws of similar purport but less
stringent in character have been opera-
tive both in Wisconsin and in Indiana
for some months.
On July 1 an anti-citarttttv law went

s.. A*. g o tj I JVUII ------ --- -
about the new tariff bill somehow re- lina editor and shows not only the qual- lnto effect in Iwa.
minds one of that cheerful party who ity of verse, but the state of mindi In Mississippi a law intended to reg-
aeets you the morning after and in re- which prevails today amonr, the Tar ulate the evil forbids cigarette smoking
spouse to your anxiously inquiring look, Heels: by minors in public ,laces.
says "Oh! brace up. You don't look There is a man wh7 r,,.v.r: ir.n.a To a limited -xtent the cigarette has
o---bad!" Nor smokes. nor chews. nor w-ar- also been the subject of adverse legis-
S, Whorvr Karrb,._h r i'.. -no.rr ;r nation in Nebraska, Illinois and Michi-
And shur, ai'..n rfui r- ara.
Do you favor supplying the city with H. -. -: ;an.
One of Chicao's htading philanthro-
water from the celebrated Suwannee There is a man who never n hca adin ,ilnthro-
Springs? Don't you think it would be A thing that is not right: p st has announced that he will make
a paying investment? The cost of pur-, Hi, wife can te! Jut w, ret no donation to colleges which to'erate
.ttg down the pipe would be trifingp au At morning, noon an r. n: cigarette smoking by students.
Ati down the pipe would be trifin aer h
compared with the benefits to be de- H.-a e 'ar Admiral Shroder ha uri-ntly
rived therefrom. recommended that cigarettes ,t not
The Gainesville Sun learns that Col.: carried among the supplies fr Amcn'ri-
W M T roomor of .Jacksoni',ll,. ,n ..n.. .n .,..i .. I.

VV M I 'V/I' Vi V 4 A 3M I N i I X i /1
Congressman Frank Clark may not templates making the race for Conress
.1 k. 1. .._ templates making the race for (-rss

can Iina vt~,cessl. -
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During the past few months, has made it necessary
more frequently, which also insures new and let
You will find a nice variety of all reasonable god
department just now. Among them we note the 1
late arrivals:


Pure Irish Linen, 36 and 90 in. wide; Lineae
at 10c, 15c and 20 a yard.

A nice lot of Laces and Embroideries at popular
Mosquito Nets and Canopies at lowest market prices. We
have a few lots of Dress Goods, Staples, Ginglams et.,
which we are closing out at special prices. Call and seethg.





A new lot of Shoes just received, high and low cut, quite a
variety to select from.

New Flour at low prices. When you need soe

Fancy and Family (irocer
Fresh stock Fancy and Family Groceries received weekly;
best the market affords.
We will pay the highest market prices for Eggs, CQhickk
Side Bacon. We also have for sale 40000 Shingle
10,000 No. 1 Florida Brick.
Lime, Cement, Plaster, etc., furnished on short notice.
A large stock of Nails on hand; when you need any, get our prlA

McLeran Mercantile Co.

Welborn, Florida


Stiff Jddk
IAM ask
SSplim mse

Try it To-day NOS
Get the V 2c,5
Genuine. and $1A
Refuse all Per

Sold and Reco-nmended by
Suwannee Drug Company
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If you don't say this is the best offer ever made
by the "Best Paper in Dixie."

The Semi-Weekly journal, Six Months w AL ,
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The carrier and Patron, Six Months

The Woman's World Magazine, 6 Mos. i


DEPT. 19

The Semi.Weekly Journal


John B. Stetson University
LINCOLN HLZLEY, Ph. D, Uitt D, LL D, Preidet

L-'1C ( -



'm wbx MMB

and Local

was in Live Oak

returned Sunday
ivt in Atlanta.
y. Register returned
awveek's visit at Jasper.
"e of Clayland, re-
a business trip to

I bswo and cigars at S. P.

,ld e, of Valdosta, is visit
aiter. Mrs. S. M. Gornto,

dit dsb
Is W ith J.

spent Sunday in
L. Edwards and

S'gW Simmie and Edith Bar
bone Monday after a sev
&ivtt in Madison with their
i. B. Moore, of Welborn, i
w* week-end with her sister
Grffin.-Lake City Citizen

tl Tisited the home of Mr
PLary McCullers Friday after
jlgfta fine baby girl to glad

L Lee, of Jasper, was in th
i barsm Tuesday en route t
"ifa where he is engaged i
d t his profession-law.
O is ae of the best Sea IL
ma serketa in Florida. Th
p* possible prices are pai
rekudts and cotton buyers.
.tup fies of horses or cattle
ik at all drug stores. 8-1
ae, a well-to-do farm
a the Live Oak R. F. I
i a the city last Friday ai
Ia mbseription dollar with tl
SL RE McNeill and children r
ilme last Friday from Jaspe
p they were the guests of Mr
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. \

l6dues "666" will cure ai
IdCiks and Fever. Price 25c.

L NcCll, of near Welborn, w
Yp l day looking after bu
He reports his cott
r H ioe extent by the excess
A ayup in spite of that fact
a good yield.

A IM y night a party of you
iPrWd at the residence of b
tt. Nelson, on Shelby stre
i*d a urprL, pound par
lt delightful time. Games
ihilW were indulged in. Th
i t twaty-five or thirty prese
L tta Beatty, of Tampa, v
t i the city for several we
ait of her sister, Mrs. J.
Intoned home Saturday. M
i a most pleasant and enl
lhdL, and made many friends

Rgra, one of thecity's whi
went down to Melr
part of last week, return
8"Y afternoon accompar
l4 e and children who
Ytiting Mrs. Rogers'

-One or two furnish
itght housekeeping. Add
,l thL office, stating price

ht*k Ferreira has move
0*, whtre he goes as engi
Stbord. The Seaboard
(tidld their terminal to
teessitated this mov
t Mr. Ferreira. His far
ul be here for an ind
i,--Lake City Index.
Brown was at home
.mdy, looking after bus
10d to visit his family.
his railroad company
lplete their line of rai
into Tarpon Springs.

at s
and ii

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of thb
off or
r Co
s and
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e Tl
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n peri
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L D. Prie was mguar the guest
mm SOprUPii at Week
toe b eomi in right alongnow
s finding a ready market at a good

B. Cubbdge,of St. Augustine,
Mtered the conuerLal department
e Southern Business Colege.
A. S. York spent Sunday at
Butler with Mrs. York, who is
og relatives and friends in that

Dr 6 doses "666" will cure any
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Tucker, with the S. J. White
in and gents' furnishing store, is
n his vacation and spending a
of the time visiting relatives at
;ck taking is over at the Suwannee
Iware Co., and we know those who
e engaged in the work are mighty
that job is over with for this sum-

1. Fred W. Butler has joined the
serted Men's" club, Mrs. Butler
children having left for Anniston,
Where they expect to spend a
th or six weeks.
ent Lewin has returned to Tampa
r a visit of a few days at home.
s "making good" in Tampa, where
olds a good position in one of the
ing dry goods houses in that city.

he weather for the past week is
to have been the hottest ever ex-
enced in Georgia and Alabama.
h, t~ WU uyqo ale,% ^1-4

See our line of



Plated Silverware
Every Piece Warranted.

Beautiful Hand-Painted

in many very pretty pieces.
Extra values.


Clocks, Jewelry. 4
Special prices on Diamonds.

J. D. Radford's


Fine quality of rice at 5 cents per
pound at Mays'.

iv wav wa, awiso quite notice- Hon. J. N. Stripling, one of the lead-
Sin some sections of this state, so ing attorneys of Jacksonville, was in
have been told. the city Tuesday on business.
(\11A .an tv at L ..J-.a .. 0 -^ -'

vu can ge a nanusome piece o Postmaster Hildreth is off on his va-
guaranteed gold and gold plated jew-
elry free at J. B. Evans'. cation, and is enjoying a visit to his
family, who are spending the summer
Sid Hinely slipped off last week and in'the mountains of North Carolina.
went to New York with T. S. Baisden
and D. 0. Henry, who are there buying Fruit jars cheap at Mays.
goods for their mercantile establish- Miss Bessie Ingersoll left Thursday
ment-The Worth Stephens Co. Sid for a few days visit at Falmouth, the
may be there buying horses and mules guest of Miss Mamie Hodder and other
for his sales stables, but we don't be- friends.
lieve it. Mrs. Gee. Davis and children left
Scholarship at Stetson Law School, Tuesday for Talula Falls, Ga., where
DeLand. Fla., boys unable to pay full they will spend a few weeks enjoying
tuition. ,Write for information, the pleasures of that popular Georgia
Chas. Rubenstein left Wednesday for mountain resort.
New York to purchase the fall and We are giving away solid gold and
winter line of dry goods for the Guar- gold plate jewelry. J. B. Evans.
antee Store. Mr. Rubenstein is going The city council is hard at work
to put in an immense line of goods in equalizing the tax assessment of the
anticipation of the best business he has city property, trying as near as at the
ever enjoyed, and the patrons of this possible to fix the assessment actual
popular establishment may expect cash value.
some rare bargains. .





J. B. Barton. president of the lCti-
Strayed. -From the range of Millard zens Bank, and Mrs. Barton returned
Boytts, near Noble's Ferry, two red Sunday from a ten days visit in St. Au-
steers, three years old; one frosty) gustine, Pablo Beach and Jacksonville
heifer, three years old; one brindle cow where Mr. Barton was combining busi-
and one dark yearling, unmarked, be- ness with pleasure.
longing to cow; all others marked crop
and two splits in one ear, and under Nathan Surasky, of the firm of Su
slope in the other, and branded with rasky Bros.. of the Globe Store, lefi
"J. R." Finder please notify J. J. Tuesday for New York where he goes
Rawllins, Live Oak, Fla., R. F. D. No. to buy their fall and winter stock of dr.
, or this office, and oblige, J. J. goods. The Globe Store has enjoyed
Rawllins. very good trade for the past year and iU
Snow going to put in a larger and bette
Dr. Armstrong will make his regular stock of fall and winter goods than eve
professional visit to Live Oak, Sept. 9. before. watchh the Iemocrat for their
Office, Hotel Suwannee. All head- .. .rt;....,,.,, ,,h ,,th ),n,, ,

We Do Not Adv

Merely to make a noise, but wish to keep our nama
paper as one of those progressive inatitutionw ts
lend its aid to the up-building of all things that make for t
good of this community.
We need you to make us make this strength count in
our claims that new enterprises and new people will find

opportunity and welcome in this city.

The Citizens Bank of Live Oak






Crminal Court Proceedings. The Stetson Normal School.
Criminal Court of Record adjourned The Stetson Normal School and Teach-
last Friday, after a four days' busy ers College has issued a buletinannounc-
session. ing courses and faculty for the coming
The only casetriedandnot reported in year.
full last week was the case of The State The University has 49 professors and
vs. Ed Bibby, charged with stealing a instructors; 30 of these devote the
cow. At the time of going to press that whole or a part of their time to the
case had not gone to the jury, but it was work of instruction in the Normal
given to the jury last Thursday after- School and Teachers' College. The in-
poon, and they were out but a short structors in charge of the professional
time when a verdict of not guilty was subjects are men and women who have
reached. This case had attracted con- had years of successful experience in
siderable attention and was pretty public work.
badly complicated. There were a large Courses are offered leading to the
number of witnesses for both the state degrees of Ed. B. (Bachelor of Educa-
and defendant. tion) and L. I. (Licentiate of Instruc-
Sentences were passed Friday morn- tion); and then there is a Kindergarten
ing on the following prisoners convict- Training Course which leads to a dip.
ed at this term of court: loma.
Bertha Mattox, convicted of assault! Special courses are offered for School
and battery, sentenced to pay a tine of Principals to prepare for State Certifi-
$25 and costs or three months in jail. cate; also for Primary Teachers to pre-
Hardy Brown, petit larceny, sen- pare for the Primary Teacher's Certi.
tenced to pay a tine of $25 and costs or ficate; also special courses to prepare
three months in jail. teachers for First Grade Teacher's Cer-
Zeke Boyd, wantonly killing animals tificate; and during the Spring Term
of another, sentenced to pay a fine of special review courses are offered for
$100 and costs or six months in jail. all Florida teachers.
Motion for new trial was denied in this The booklet recently issued is beau-
case. tifully illustrated and contains a great
Case of State vs. J. L. Goff, charged
with arson, was continued. number of views of the Stetson Uni-
versity buildings and campus. The
Slideals of the institution, as set forth
Hlton-the first page will appeal to every
S on the first page, will appeal to every
walhnV, A A,. 17 S ,,inda. naht t I. ..



dU rVtl lle.lll'-L m11Cll Lilt ilf r I UIn
ache, nervousness and eye troubles go -ommence coming in.
1i. Wiimbrlv, another one of this!
C. H. Tedder, the well-knwn lum-
couiitv s pron'~ssive farmers, who re-,
berman, has returned to the city after, s prorssve farmers, wh re-
S1 -- i abPout threv miles west of the
a very pleasant vacation. He visited there miles of the
Scitv, broug-ht u- a I:neroTus sample of
Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mis-us sa e
sorLhunm mniola;-'.-s; which he made a
souri, and was most impressed with the sorghum mlass.s which he made a
few t d\v ag. Mr. \\imberly plants
interest displayed in this state by w-f M. ,y
sorghum for fecd, and only made up a
pie at all points where he stopped. He srhulr td n n mad u, a
few\ gallons of nlassets fr home ust.
looks for a great tourist season all ovtr r
but i:> n fiihty finte andi we believe i is
the peninsula and great activity in land t i: l ad we blie it i
and timber circles. Tampa Tribun. f a tth st Florida syrup.
H, H rep',rtz hi- cotton shedding pretty
Absolutely free- a handsim,' pi'cI' badly a'nd is afraid his crop is not
of jewelry at J. H. Eans going to turn out very good. But he is
Mrs. R. A. Gray. ,f Havana, wife f prepared ti iivre well anyway. His
Edior Gray of the Havana News, left corn and cane cr)ps arte good. pinders
for Winter Haven Tuesday to visit her l int, and hgs; to make meat enough to
parents, after a few days visit here the. run him for another year.
guest of Mrs. McCormack and he editr i, the l.mort spnt
other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gray for- lat Sunday at lrcen Cove Springs he
merly lived in this city where Mr. Gray gunt o" Mr. an.ti Mrs. F. I. ruLobtr:,':.
wasconnected with the Iive Oak Pub- It wa. our t:rst trip to Gretin I~.e
fishing ('. Mrs. Gray was very pop)u;, Sring, an. w wert v.ry n:ucrn I lar in this city and numbered her pried to f.p.di it uch a ,pret an.i a.
I friends by her acq'uaintanes, and they tractivte itt l ci although w. ha
Were all delighted to sete her again. heard a g.trea dtal (f i s nara

,eIonI,, Ag. it. -J-1uuJ ,II,,L teacher and patron in Florida, and this
Miss Very, the charming daughter of booklet ought to be read by all who are
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Helton, and Mr. interested in education. A copy can be
Jno. Fleming, surprised their friends had by addressing a postal card request
and parents by leaving church at Mt.to Director A. L. uhrie, DeLand,
Pleasant, where they ostensibly went Fla.
to attend, and went to the residence ofl
Justice Hamp Havird. and were quietly The mango trees around New Smyrna
married. The young couple will make are again producing a fine crop of hon-
their home at the home of the groom's ey, and several fine apiaries have been
parent, Mr. Chas. Fleming. 'located near there.
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O slu Monday morning Deputy
marge arrested Loonie Tay-
a jogging camp in Leon county,
:l wanted here for murdering a
p at the new phosphate mines,
Br ataord, on June 23rd, a full ac-
d i of which was published in the
Demi rat at the time.
S O r, after committing the crime,
' 3 ipped out and went to Georgia.
S rif Rickerson kept pretty close on
his trail, and when he crossed the line
and went to work in Leon county, the
S shnif soon had him located, and on
b t Friday night, in company with
S Depty Harnage, started after him.
The sheriff, however, happened to a,
very painful accident and was compelled
to return home. In jumping from a
moving train near Tallahassee he was
thrown against a barbed wire fence,
and his leg so badly cut as to prevent
S him from continuing his trip. Harnage,
however, succeeded in coming up with
Taylor Monday morning and arrested
him, and he is now in jail.
Taylor had stated that he would never
be taken alive, but Deputy Sheriff Har-
aage was too sharp for him, and had
him before he had time to make any
Taylor is a bad negro, and the crime
he committed was a cowardly crime-
shooting a negro to death who was fast

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

; A Lack of (onfidence.
A minister, frequently away from
home, was in the habit of getting
some one to stay with his wife and
small daughter in his absence. Once,
however, he went so unexpectedly and
hurriedly that he had no time to make
such provision for them. The wife
was very brave until night came, when
her courage began to fail. After ex-
hausting every reasonable excuse for
staying up, she put the child to bed
with the injunction to pray especially
S for God's protection during father's
absence. "Yes, mother, we will do
that to-night," said the little girl,
"but the next time we will make bet-
ter arrangements." The Delineator.
A colored brother, writing to the
bishop to send a preacher, said: "Send
us a bishop to preach here Sunday. If
you can't send us a bishop, send a
sliding elder; if you can't spare him
send a stationary preacher; if you can't
spar him, send us a circus rider; if you
can't spar him send us a locus preacher;
if you can't do no better why send us
an exhauster. Ex.
Baby Morphine Fiends%

are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium and
narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir con-
tains no injurious or narcotic drugs of
any kind A sure and safe cure for
disordered stomachs, bowels and fret-
fulness-splendid for teething infants.
Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.

The commissioners of Volusia county
are having the county roads widened to
thirty feet, and will make them all
hard surfa o eo aU oown a: rsCsiblo

Just a Scores of Live Oak Hi


i" .,

The old St. Cloud plantation found-
ed by Capt Rose, State Chemist, is to
be cut up into small tracts and colon-
ized by Federal soldiers, mostly. This
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Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect the aching back,
Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely
Doan's Kidney Pills relieve backache,
Cure every kidney ill.
Many people in this locality recom-
mend Doan's Kidney Pills.
Here's one case:
N. L. Parrish, photographer. Her-
nanda St., Lake City, Fla., says:
"Some time ago I was suffering from
pains in my back and sides, often so
severe that I had greatdifficulty inget-
ting up or down. There was also an
irregularity in the passages of the kid-
ney secretions and this caused me ad-
-ditional annoyance. I had often heard
of Doan's Kidney Pills and at last pro-
cured a box and began their use. I am
glad to say that they acted just as rep-
resented. The first few doses relieved
me and further use resulted in a com-
plete cure. I have not had a sign of
kidney trouble since and for that rea-
son highly recommend Doan's Kidney
Pills to persons afflicted as I was."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's--and
take no other. 13-2t

iS one of the most attractive spots n
in Florida and was once a profitable su- PILES: PILES! PILES:
gar plantation. A State Tuberculosis Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
Saitarium will be located at Naroossee. will cure blind. Bleeding and Itching
Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays
itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief Williams' In-
NATURE SPARES dian Pile Ointment is prepared for
Piles and itching of the private parts.
Strteke Rse Fro Grier Sold by druggists, mail 50c and $1.00
v hi- a fortunate provision of nature Williams M'f'g Co., Props., Cleve-
it is. that deprives the rose of mental land, 0. Suwannee Drug Co.
suffering; for how poignant would be its
grief to discover. in the height of Its
blooming glory, that a canker fed at its Down in St. Andrew's bay, with ten
heart, and that its beauty and fragrance feet of water over its roof is a pre-his-
were doomed forever. Nature always
spares the suffering; she is a veritable toric building of large dimensions. A
store-house of pleasing rewards, for Mr. Massalina says it was shown to him
those who seek her aid. In the years
gone by falling hair and grayness have by his father when he was a small boy,
cast a gloom over the lives of thousands nearly 60 years ago. He also states
of young women, but thanks to the in-
vestigations of scientists the true cause that he has counted seven windows on
of hair destruction is now known to be a side. Strange as it may seem, infor-
a germ or parasite that burrows into.
the hair follicles. Newbro's Herpicide mation regarding this building has nev-
absolutely destroys this germ. thus er reached beyond local boundaries, al-
p1rmitting the hair to grow as na-
ture intended. Sold b leading drug- though it is clo to a great shell mound
gists. Send 10c. In stamps for sample i that has been visited by thousands. A.
to The Hoericide Co., Detroit, Mich. A. Calhoun, of the local paper, has just
One Dllar bottle. guarantei. learned of the building and believes
Suwannee Drug Co., social agents. That it and the shell mound have some!
S connection. He has organized a searching
The drink bill of the United States is party, and with Mr. Massalina as guide,
$1,410,236,702. All the corn. wheat, will make as thorough an examination
rye, oats, barley, buckwheat and pota- of the building as the means at hand
Spa-l will allow. Manatee Record.
toes put together will not pay for it. w allow Manatee Record
The liquor traffic costs more each year
than our whole civic service, our army, Be sur and take a bottle f am-
navy and Congress, the river, harbor berlin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
and pension bills, all we pay for local Remedy with you when starting on
government, all national, state and your trip this summer. It cannot be
county debts and all the schools in the obtained on board the trains or steam-
country. In fact, this country pays ers Changes o water and climate
more for liquors than for every func- often cause sudden attacks of diarr-1
So hoea, and it is best to be prepared.
tion of every kind of zgvmrnment. Soid by Barclay & Groover, Druggists.
New York Tribune.

A railroad from Quitman, Ga., to
Never can tell when you'll mash a Tallahassee by way of Monticello. is
finger or suffer a cut. bruie. burn or now said to be an assured fact. When
scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' completed it will be leased to the South
IElectric Oil instantly relieves the pain Georgia railway, which will guarantee
quickly cures the wound. 7 an interest of six per cent. to the own-
A splendid flow has been ,obained -
from an artesian well at McCall. De- Dvsentfrv is a dangerous disease, but
Soto county. The water runs over a can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,.
pipe fifteen feet above the ground. 'holera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
-- been successfully used in nine epidemics

.,,, O.,, l(I.s Ll' I\ i\1tiT of dysentery. It has never been known
Tar aud ( anchalagui to fail. It i equality valuable for chil-
Constipation causes headache, nau- I',, h o:. ,: .i:.- Coih.s dren and adults, and when reduced
sea, dizziness, languor, heart palpita- ,. ,
tion. Drastic physics gripe, sicken. l'old's. Asbllma a aiil 1ro ntiigs ai all with water and sweetened, it is pleas-
weaken the bowels and don't cure ,', co,'* ai' ",:uind iito -.iinip- ant to take. Sold by Barclay & Growv-
Doan's Regulets act gently and cures ti.,i. Liu.iwort, Tar and \\ild ('herry er. Druggists.
constipation. 25 cents. Ask your f, a. ,:,r d a ab-
druggistlished uta a t Tampa is to erect one of the largest
ilished l ',.[)t la aS a standard,
Lakeland and Plant City are moving Couch i.::.!. i' ,>tira;i.- ino opi- and handsomest school buildings in the
in the matter of completion of a good um or hari, ,,,l dr'u. can le given South. One entire square of property
hard surface road between the two nir salT to childr-'. Price $1.00. has been purchased on which it will be
places. So;d bi dugist. Willia'us M'fg. loca
Co., Props.. Cleveland. 0. Suwannee
Don't let the baby suffer from ecze- Drug (o. In buying a ciiugi medicine. d',n't be


Raymei staMey, at Jasper, Laib
Life Drig Stem lM Satunday.

Jasper, Aug. 15.-Yesterday duri
a severe electric storm that pmsed over
this city, the home of Mr. Mitchel
Griffis was struck by lightning and his
grandson, Raymond Stanley, instantly
killed. Mr. Griffis was on the front
porch, fling a saw. Raymond had gone
out on the back porch for water. When
the crash came, Mr. Gnffs immediately
went to the east side of the house,
where he found the lightning had struck
the building in three places. and when
he reached the back porch to his horrow
found his grandson lying on the floor
dead. The current had passed across
the room over the threshold of the door
and across the floor of the back porch.
Raymond was fourteen years old and a
bright promising boy. The interment
took pace at Evergreen cemetery, Rev.
G. F. Scott officiating.
During the same storm the steeple of
the Methodist church was struck, the
current running along the wires con-
necting the electric lights of the church
with the parsonage, tore off part of
the ceiling of the back porch of the
parsonage and then the wire caught on
fire, igniting the ceiling. The pastor,
Rev. G. F. Scott, discovered the fire
before much damage was done. Mrs.
Scott was severely shocked. This pas-
tor and family had just returned from
a summer trip and but for their pres-
ence the parsonage would have been
burned to the ground. The damage to
the church was light.



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in a severe attack of Rheu-
matism caused by cold and
exposure to the weather.
Two applications relieved
me and I recommend it
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Nbtice of Applicatioafer
der Section 8 of Chap=e
of Florida.
Notice is hereby given tt
chaaer of Tax Certifiates q
the 1stday of July. A. D., IMS
ficates in my office ad ha
for tax deed to issue a
Said certificate embruas dt
property situated in Sol --
to-wit: NwL4 of seL Ma Il&
township 4 south, r M I
S' of sw ,,section 7. townS.
80acres;w 4 of sw4.ae. l. l
ast. A) acres. Theb d d
at the di t of the istaagi4 1
the name of UnknW.
tificates shall be redesr M
deed will issue therete a
September. A. D.. 19V.
Witne. .'i) otfic l siguitUm
12th day of August. A. D.. M

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Under Sectie 8 i
Laws of Florida.
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cUnder SecthoM a t
Laws of FJlrida. i
chrar a hxrmx gn
mid certiCfeats
ptixboo fort=ax b teB
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nonthreast iu ae, a
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of Augut A. D.o I st
Witness my ofaikuWr
2th day ofJuly A. D
clerk Circuit Cowt

Legal NtL^
Notice is henr M l
designed as tGuu
John H., Charlie A,
Intosh, minore, aad &W
C. T. McIntoh, 1
wili make apphicatin fo
Conner, County J o
county, Florida, ou t
August, A. D. 1909 at
County Judge in tbh e
county, for authority 6
right, title, minteret ni-
minors in and to th
northeast quarter of
township four (4) ull-k
(11) east, contain
of land, more or ew -
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Guardian of the Estae di




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is g fMdhg the

e Cobom was in Jackson-
r ad Thnsay.
a prominent citizen
iba visitor In our city.
SL. Dixon was down from
SSuday to visit his family.
rk of Cordle, Ga, is the
br daughter, Mrs. Dr. J. M.

Hb pipes. Suwannee Drug Co.
i rown, of the Hair Hardware
Bade a business trip to Wa-

Gi Hutchinson, prominent citi-
~lujanville, was in the city the
do week.
J. F. Harrell is expected home
bo a few days visit with rela-
Bt Fort White.
W. A. Tison, of Welborn, was
ie prominent visitors in the
SM. Gorto, of the Hair Hardware
labb his wite, left yesterday for
Ga., to spend his vacation.
L, Ballentine, now of Mayo, but
a citizen of this county, was
t visitor in Live Oak yester-

Hjdge has returned from the
where he bought the fall and
dklt of goods for his mercantile

I Jewelry at J. B. Evans.'
,i- will be preaching services at
Adent Christian church next Sun-
slTnit and evening by Rev. Cor-
i Dowling Park.
,li. Debora Dixon and her little
t, of Guyton, Ga., are in the
or rseral weeks visit with Mrs.
'a sister, Mrs 0. 0. McCollom.
S0iC. F. BHore, of Jasper, one of
jilia attorneys in this section of
iki s ad a most excellent gentle-
I, wasia the city Tuesday en route
i fro Jacksonville, where he had
t a business.
l i hMe National Biscuit Company
Oim at S. P. Mays.

1* 9seses'~ Asswls ha i. Dme
a Uv. k, qt 14,.1 s .
nr t.J We Give Away
and daettiM ma

grade. b. A nwat of work to be co- to
ered by ech grade per month-Prof _f S_ _
L B. EdwardL
what Wo'titutes a good recitation- We wl give akoltdy free your cie of any article you may d
Mr. Gifford HaJL AGld Hallold MW R.3 I .ref, Pimo d ewat to &g Vd d
10 p. m. Social relation that Opsf
should exist between teacher and pupils On Cahpurchas $10 wCwlive $1 worth 6f Jewfy, and m Oi
-Miss Bele Wiggis, J. F Fountain piece of Jewelry is warranted to be jst as re noted See the Jew y a d
and Miss Floy MeCalL
Social relation that should exist be- r showW.
teen teacher d -. N Rog Free Delivery to any part of the city
ers, Min Dola Haddock and Miss Belie Yl
Moseley. _... __.
Whispering-Miss Ruby Allison, W.
T. Dukes and J. P. Hodge.
School incentives-Miss Jennie Creek-
Co-operation of teachers-By the As- LIVE O AK :: : FLO RIDA

All who are interested in theadvant- : :
ment of education are earnrstl" r -'

quested to attend and take part in the

Improvements and Extensions Are1
Continually Beiun Madoe.
Since the advent of the resawing
machine at the Dowling mill, which
saves much work of the circular saw,
lumber is turned out much faster than
formerly. To keep the mill supplied
with logs at all times, additional tracks
have been built through the timber
lands and another locomotive added, so
that there are now three of these en-
gines. More men and teams for get-
ting out and loading the logs have also
been added, and to accommodate the
former, eight new camp houses have
been built. These are light, and can
be "toted" to and from the cars by a
dozen husky darkies.
Every square foot of the mill is now
utilized and it resembles a huge bee-
hive. But the arrangements are such
that immense quantities of lumber are

6. Earnest Workers were enter- turned out daily without any hitch or
ld'r Tuday afternoon by Mrs. Dr. confusion.-Stark Telegraph.
i Tomason. It was one of the
mjoyable meetings of the season, SCORC(HING HEAT.
as very well attended. Refresh-
I were served. Dallas, Texas, Recorded 114 )egrees
ob line of Buist garden seed at Several Death%.
Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 1o. Three
Did, at Alton, Wednesday, Mrs. deaths, two at Little Rock and the
l ee Sullivan. The remains were other at Jackson, Miss., were caused
i to rest at Lake City yesterday, and today by the intense heat wave which
$W oecompanied to their last resting continues to hold this section of the
SPlb by a number of relatives and south in its grasp.
Sihll. Mrs. Sullivan was a very At Jackson, a record breaking mark
P ilr ad beloved lady, well and fa- of 105 degrees was established; at Lit-
:' W y known in this city, and the tie Rock, the mercury climbed to 101;
ShBorat joins in extending to Mr. at Natchez, Miss., it soared to 105; at
b van heartfelt sympathy in this, his Shreveport, La., a mark of 110 degrees
* Irt bereavement. .,ii W th Ti, r


was recor UIU. lUI V U 111, Aex., ex-
perienced no relief and the mercury
)SS Isoared to the 113 mark; at Sherman,


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Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000
ST. S. BAISIN, President. S. A. HIXELV. Vice-President.
'. 1). BLA( KW LL. ashierr.
Sdopo'nds in great measure whether
s or not %ou can do a little more

-- iu degrees was registered, ana te diac ea at some tne aunag me
h te Contest for the M)ot popularr I same mark at Palestine set a record for year.
Colored Teacher. 'the last twenty-five years. All records Thi remedy 6 recommended A
were broken at Dallas, when 114 de- by dealers who have sold it for
Following is the official count of agrees reached in mid-afternoon. many years and know its value.
otea cast in the voting contest now It ha received thousands of
a oat Cook's for the most popu- Stripl.inw:-la.ck wel. timomas from grateful people.
Sored school teacher in Suwannee t been prenbd b ph b
.Mtat : Jasper. Aug. 18. --C Col. Joseph N. py har b hy -P
SL Hopps... i Stripling of Jacksonville and Mrs. Elllans wth the t factory
Washington... .. .425 Blackwell of this city were quietly mar- I h o s
^ Washington. .. .42.) i5 .t has of5tea aved life before a
L Moore .. tried at the home of the latter at 9 It has oen s l ave b sent fore .. .
H.8. Howard. ... o'clock last evening. Rev. George F. ,medicine dR have T INTEREieT
S .I.inne ...2. Scott, pastor of the Methodist church or a phs :,i, ;moned.
in Baker officiating. ('ol. Stripling is well known It ou c t q r so much for so L IVECO A
iLFporrest.t .........: throughout the state as a lawyer vt ,, O ;t
I Hollowav 1 great ability. Mrs. Blackwell has re-
~t Staford ... .......... sided in Jasper for several years. She-
. Winner will be given absolutely has always been closely identified with -
Sa beautiful phonograph and rec- every mnlement that prrtaided to the Special Sum m e
Contest closes at 10 p. m., Au- ton socially and religiously. She ,s-Spa
I*K s11 sesses all the gifts that pertain to ideal
Si your votes in promptly ,, womanhood and has a large circle of
sutbnyour votes in artmptly to. saln ot
tAdll each week. friends that regret to see her leave the
cit. e The bridal party left on the
ColK- Nobody
Southbound train at 9:30, sailing on the c~o MW os. 609-11. 13 Pranl
Notice. Clyde liner today for New \ork. In a aa Sinm 3Will preare vou fr a pos.on aBoo
TUl _will be a public working at few weeks they will return to, Jackson- t a cIgRthet .o'es"Willprearraposton as Book
ill be a public working at fe es they i In ra yem n e rather Bank ilerk. or Telegrapher. b
D cemetery August 2th for ville, where they will reside. om d s oWar ar young men and women are graduates of
For oale ea bw Ts d our I se and responsible positions. A Special rat
tk eq i.;.- .... t .s... --. .. .. t u .. .,u. and u n w-L.. .... ..-. L I .,

than "k-p the wolf from the
floor Look out for the future
by !aying by a li'le now, putting
into the safe hands of the Live
Oak Bank's nmanagement. having
4' interest on it placed to your
credit (that con.:punded every 3
months) and sleep at ease
o' nights, eat :.our daily bread in
sweet contlnt. .Ask any ques-
tions -re u ke--glad to an-
-,At r 'ihem..

Ir Cours.........e at the
r Course at the

kiln St.. Tampa. Fla.
keeper, Assistant Bookkeeper, Stenog-
lany of Suwannee county's brightest
this Institution, and are holding high
e of $105 for a complete course, tuition,
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Are one of the things we bank on in our store. Theyderwt
the heat right where you want it, directly under w t is ag
cooked, never diffusing it throughout the "kitchen. ve r one
is guaranteed both by the Standard Oil Company and our-
selves. If it does'nt give you PERFECT SATISFACTION
your money will be immediately refunded x %x x

"New Perfection"

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From August






to August 28,


The Southern Cotton Oil Company, of Savannah, New York, New Orleans
Showing what can be done with their SNOW DRIFT HOGLESS LARD and WESSON'S COOKING OIL in the making of Cakes,
Cookies, Pastries, etc., and all kinds of frying and making of Mayonnaise Salad Dressing, which means the saving of butter, lard
and oil. Our products are purely vegetable, odorless and tasteless and healthful, United States inspected and passed under the Act
of Congress June 30th, 1906. Our famous experts, the Misses De Lettre, will conduct the demonstration and will serve free cakes
and cookies of every description, and will explain the uses--what our products will do. Also giving. FREE Cook Book. We have
won gold medals and diplomas from the Jamestown Exposition and Florida State Fair at Tampa. Also from the leading fairs held all
over the United States for the purity and excellence of our goods. Indigestion and dyspepsia are done away with by using '

Snow Drift Hoglcss Lard & Wcsson's Cooking Ol
Costs Less and Does More than any other Lard, Butter, or Olive Oil


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