Title: Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00574
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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 27, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00574
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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State Supelrhatdt BHlloway Isse
Streug Circular.

Ta1 l Fha, Fla.-Hon. W. M. Hol-
loway, tate smperintodent of pubic
instrwtio, who, in the pat, habeen
gretly annoyed by the frsn lest
practices of certain negro applicants
for teachers' certiieate, has iued to
the county superintendents of public
instruction the following circular ltt
in which he wields the "big stick" in

a farm of this character has ex- true Rooseveltean fashion:
eral years. The farm has been To the County Superintendents of Pub-
ld by Dr. Ennis, who first es- lic Instruction:
id the same with the intention 1. On account of the fraudulent
N it for experimental purposes. practices in connection with the uni-
has crowned the efforts of Dr. I form examinations of applicants for
Sand this procedure of treatment teachers' certificates in this state, I
p white plague has been proven- have this day, by tittue of the author-
lt and best method. Out of ity vested in me under the provisions
Lidit h. Dr. Ennis has n~succe of setinn .74 of the GenemIl Ct*atant

forty-eight, areeord that has
the medical fraternity
the world.
of having the work carried
Sgreter scale, and possessed
thropc nature, Dr. Ennis
the state board of health that
deed the property comprising
to the state, shoua the state
thereof thoroughly equip the
pd conduct it m a mannr that
e benefcial to the greatest
of unfortunate people suffering
tis most dreaded disease.
proposition has been accepted by
ard of health. In order to pro-
-ple ground upon which to con-
and equip a farmof adequate ac-
tion, the people of Kissimmee
viianty have given acknowledg-
of their desire to deei to the
W ough property adjoining the
tract, which consists of five acres,
e upa total of 100 acres, the
to revert back to them should
be ever used for any other

state will accept these kind of-
and the farm will consist of 100
As soon as the properties are
l assembled by quit-claim deeds,
Hi preparations for establishing and
pmg a farm on a wider scope will

' The farm will be located in what is
ewB as Hendon park with a front-
e slang the beautiful, broad lake by
i name.
He farm will be established and
attained with money from the state
bard of health funds. The health de-
p rtent, by an act of the legislature
f lB, receives its funds from a half
il tax on all assessable property in
te state. Some months ago the funds
d, by the economical efforts of that
popular and able official, Dr. J. Y.
Porter, state health officer, reached a
mm exceeding $160,000. By an act of
th recent legislature, $60,000 of this
ley was ordered transferred to the
pemion fund in order to make up a de-
eimcy in that department Owing to
Other act of the legislature, the
hard of health will be compelled to
py out approximately $13,000. as a re-
I t of the recent epidemics among
ahes in Duval, Columbia and Marion
mMties. While the withdrawal of
th amounts will weaken the funds
Si the health department, yet no seri-
Shandicap will be suffered, and im-
irrements under contemplation will'
carried out as planned.
He method of treatment of tuber-
SMW at the farm in Osceola county
consist largely of outdoor life.
twill be erected, and in these the
pts are to reside. In order to
te psible dampness, the tents
.* 1e boarded from the ground up-
to a height of one or two feet,
it is most probable that the floors
be of wood. The partaking of
Swill be lessened to a mini-1
d the welfare of the patients
rt almost wholly with the cura-
rties of the outdoor life,
Sthe balmy salt breezes from

of the State of Florida, revoked the
certificates of the following named
teachers: Besie Watts, Gainesville;
S. K. Kelley, Lawtey; W. A. Ro-
chelle, Gainesville; J. C. Jones, Mon-
teocha; H. C. Williams, Newberry;
William Madison, La Crosse; S. A.
Tillman, St. Augustine; Anna P. Mc-
Elvin, Gainesville; Lucy Murrell,
2. Each county superintendent of
public instruction is hereby requested
not to admit to any future examination
in this state, as applicants for teach-
ers' certificates, Wilham Madison, S.
A. Tillman and Anna P. McElvin; and
if by oversight any one of these per-
sons should be admitted to an exam-
ination, and a certificate issued to him
or her, as the result of such examina-
tion, said certificate will be promptly
revoked by the state superintendent of
public instruction.
3. Every applicant for a teacher's
certificate in this state, shall be re-
quired to take the examination in his
or her home county, unless he or she at
the time of examination shall present
to the examiner a written permit from
the state superintendent of public in-
struction, entitling him or her to take
examination elsewhere.

4. A reward of $100 is hereby
offered and will be paid to any person
who shall produce sufficient evidence
in any court of competent jurisdiction
in this state, to convict any one of ille-
gally securing or attempting to secure
the questions to be used in any exam-
ination of applicants for teachers' cer-
5. Each county board of public in-
struction is hereby requested to offer
a reward of $50 for the same purpose.
6. Before the negro youth of this
state shall be permitted to be instruct-
ed by a class of thieves and scoundrels,
the state superintendent of public in-
struction will revoke the certificate of

O Or *UtRnIMIa

SAere arm-A State In.
itis in OseeO Coanty.

Spbs now being worked out
ud Florida miset to the
ithi a short time, an example
Rand matintainif a full.
m, in the var, heart of the
ooik of the peanimua,' for the
Share aware of the fact that
SOsceola county, near Kism-


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lgureo ef AgrsiCihral Departmeat
S ow Seves llB De ar CrNp.

Washingto, Ang. "Bilios pone bil-
Hons the farmr bs aga pled up his
wealth," says Secretary of AIcukture
Wiison,ia hi amal report. the
crop year o( 19 tie total vah atim of
farm product was $7,77&8,0000, the
biggest in a history, as Se-
retary Wiliom ti
"It is a real tangible wealth as it ex-
ists at the time it leaves the hands of
the producer. It is about four times
the value of the products of the mines,
including mineral oils and pfeeious met-
als. From these agricultural products
the manufacturing and mechanical m-
dustries that use the agricultural pro-
ducts as materials draw 86 per cent of
their total materials, and these iadu&-
tries use 42 per cent of all materials
used in the eLtire business of manutae-
'The farm value of farm products
this year is $20,000,00 above the al e
for 1907, and $3,061,O0,00 above the
cenus amount for 199.' During t
last ten years ae wealth oi fat
the farms of this country ha feeand"
the fabulous awont of I0,U ,M M
"Greatest of all crops is iia nmm
The value of this crop is (1,(054 KOL
This is enough to pay for the Pasama
Canal and fifty battleships.
"For the first time in the history of
the country's agriculture, the vale of
the cottaa crop, including the seed, has
apparently exceeded the value of the
hay crop, $621,000,000, which hf here-
tofore held second place for a 1ng
series of years.
"Wheat is 1.5 per cent above the 5-

year average in production and 23.3, """ w ariner wto n thatL "gu, out
above that average total value. The fur of her girl friends went along
value rWas i 620,000,000, which wasnever The next evening Farmer Wilson told
approached nearer than $66,000,000. his wife that he had never had harvest
"The e of the farm prts hands that did better work than the fve
"The value of the farm products efi.
the dairy cow, are getting closer to girls. The second day farmers came
1800,000,000, an the egg and poultry from miles about, saw the girls at work,
produced on the farm are worth as and that night many of them went to
much as the cotton crop, seed included, Beatrice and other neighboring towns,
or the hay crop, or the wheat crop. To where they hired fifteen young women
the farmer who has averaged 20 cents to work in the grain fields.
a pound for butter that he has sold, 3 Word was passed down toOmahathat
adtl 4 cents a quart for his milk, and young women could have employment
about 1i cents for each egg, and even in the harvest fields of Gage county.
to the consumer, who has paid prices An employment agency published this
much above these, this increase in val- ad:
ue is striking.'" Wanted-One hundred young women
to work in the harvest fields. Wages
Flora F t ad P e N $3 per day. Board and washing.
lorda fruit and P ue The next day that employment agent
To the successful operation of the did business. He was swamped with
Florida Citrus Exchange, which is be- applicants, all young women, school
ing rapidly organized all over the or- teachers, stenographers, college girls
ange growing section of the state, noth- and girls who had been working in fac-
ing is of greater importance than that stories at from $6 to $7 per week. All
the members of the various sub-ex- they wanted was to be given a trial.
changes and associations should be kept The farmers gave them the trial and
in close touch with each other and with they made good. They remained with
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tion of
of health
help, bu
pert in t
Clark c
cases ar
watch t

Omraha, N
harvestt that'*
throughout Southern
bra"k sllnpfes
the women of the I
crowding the me mB
hMrand m M~aE
in all of the repestabe avoOti
When the Nebraa s mallgraain
opened there wm a gsea orta. 4n5X
malehelp. Even three dolMa a i .
with board, lodging and washin;
.jt attract thecityman. A rlsmmm
of college students went to the reae
of the ripenig grain, but the sp, r
was far less than the demand. PkFr
mers became despete. price of -
wbeat kept on scoring and theVy eou
not afford to let the grain g back intd
the greun. Out in Beatrice one day
Henry Wilon, a farmer lving im
miles south of town, needed four -me
for gathering and shocking wheaL & me
ofred idle park lougers$S.2perday, Wu
they declined to go to wrk Stepig -t() ,n
at a hmeh counter betoe going hoae, _
Mr. Wilon told his troubles to KMis :i
Jesmette Allison, a waitress.
"Why don't you hire girls?" she
J. W. O
"They would not go into the harvest
feld and they would not do the work if
they cold, responded the farmer.
'"rythem,"venturedthegirL "Give One Ha
me the same wages as you would a man
ad I will go. Beside if I do not do
the work of a man I will not charge Montg
you a cent from pol
Not only did Miss Allison ride home persons
.Lh iPa ... 117:le A 1-% F'_l k-- ,--I. 4


Preident Kaight, of Flikordt
lnterestingly of Big Meetes.

President M. S. Knight, of the Fusr
ers' Union of Florida, came p fuis
Lahe City and is spending today in t b
President Knight talked interest
of the big convention of Sea Island ot
ton growers and dealers to be held i
Valdosta on September 17. He aid it
Is to be a convention of growers, sip-
pers, dealers and manufacturers cow

neevauarers, aateacr ad ce te orougydoos ou the farmers until the harvest was tin- bined, and said he expected it to be t
every teacher and close the doors ofbj h
every negro choolouse in ori. on every subject of interest to the or- ished, and many of them still continue greatest meeting of the kind yet heL
Yours very truly, gamzation. In no better way can this during the stacking and having, receiv- Mr. Knight said a large delegate
i be done than by subscribing for the ing from $1.75 to $2 per day and board, would be here from Florida represent
(Signed) W. M. HOLLOWAY'. official organ of the Exchange. "The ing the Sea Island cotton intact
State Superintendent of Public Instruc- Florida Fruit and Produce News." In Ero Suwannee. throughout the State of Florida, sad
tion. point of factit is the duty of every
point of fact it is the duty of every Editor Democrat: Will you let me that he expected that Georgia would
Sewman-Hodge. member of that Exchange, to himself tell the "sister" churches, (I'm so meet Florida here with an enthusiastic
M e. .as well as to the organization, to sup- sure they will rejoice to hear) that Bro. delegation. Valdosta (Ga.) Times.
Married, on Sunday. August .nd, at port its official organ which as its j Hurst held a short series of good'
the residence of J. W. Powers, near mouth piece is part and parcel of the meetings at Suwannee Missionary Bap- Notice to Cotton Growers.
Falmouth, Mr. George C. Newman, of exchange itself. We don't think the tist church, closing Tuesday night, Au- 1 am putting up gins in Live Oak
Lancaster, and Miss Sallie Hodge, of matter needs further argument. gust 17th. and solicit your patronage, assuring
Hahira, Ga., George T. Meeks officiat- Subscriptions for the News wil be While there were n, additions, we you of the best service I can give. I
Received at the office of the IDemo- fell much comforted with the evident have had long years of experience in
ing. The happy couple left immedi- crat and promptly forwarded. The presence ,f the Lord's spirit among the the ginning business, and will run the
ately after the ceremony for Lancaster. price is one dollar per year. visiting brethern as well as the mem- celebrated Fos gins. I am sure I can
where they will make their home. bers f our individual church and sur- please you.

Mr. Newman is a well known and
prosperous farmer of this county, and
the bride is a highly respected and re-
fined lady of Hahira, Ga., and loved
and respected by all who have had the
pleasure of her acquaintance.
May peace, prosperity and happiness
attend them through life.

Not Ie.
The State Executive Committee uf
the F. E. and C.U. of A., Florida divi~-
ion are requested to meet at Live Oak,
Fla., at 1' o'clock a. m. on September
14. 1l09, for the purpose of discussing
and formulating plans for marketing
the present crop of Sea Island cotton.
We hope to have a full delegation
r cx..- r o i i tk ,i It A pn 1- nd

rounding community, and we hope that
the results may be to the upbuilding of
the Lord's cause at this place.
We thank our friends for their chris-
tian assistance in this meeting.

Frindl fio Iriuking on Train.
It remained for Mose Johnson, a ne-
-- -- I X, L. t +L

Thanking you in advance, I remain,
yours to .erve. W. FLETCHEI.

There will be a local Farmers' Edu-
cational and ('o-operative Union of
America organized at the court bouse
in Live Oak on Saturday, Sept. 11, at
2 o'clock p. m. All farmers and labor-
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ndred CaseU|s

oetry, Ala-W*
legra i Bta-
ftm in swlr
are dyig and fr
is almt a a t L
the tate ad tSo
h h sbeen haiirl
tDr. N. Mamsa the
he service, isll
*onty, where muo tie
e reported .
r health o&Mcer have bei
to isolate all the cas a-
hem, with the view to-lit
whether or not they are l

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'~qu rad Ault

1 Yom uWat

SPine Grqve, was

will elomeaoc-
th county next
msrd a position as
'limb~ high school uad
i w r there next Satur-

ill report having seen a
m ring six feet six
hd been killed by some
i two mile south of Wel-
sake had fifteen rattles

'.HUI and her beautiful lit-
&W, Eri, from Largo, ar
SHill's parents, Mr. and



E W. ]elL
SI. wise and children of
p. visiting Mr. and Mrs.
this week.
~c M jeran, of Tampa, ac-
J'her charming daughters,
i~IUiia&d Eloise, and son Wil-
ikibf the family of Hon. A.
ISina this week.
H W. ll and her daughter,
i.lt*4 Mrn. Jennie Bothwell in
list Sunday.
psrai J. W. Carver, W. H. Ogden
K-J4.hesMre were in Live Oak
*Ir- attending a special meeting
laty oommiuioners.
A A.A. Keefe paid Olustee a visit

(,F. Griffin and her children
WM r. and Mrs. W. R. Moore.
ohln. and Georgia railway
r mcia coach Thursday, Aug. 26,
r p Springs to Welborn to ac-
r elnnte the Woodmen attending the
Woodme picnic here.
S. W. E. Tion and her little son,
Muter Chrles, of Live Oak, accom-
P aledby Mrs. Banon of Tampa, vis-
ited)Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tison this

Horace Stephens is filling the place
SoMar ahallR. M. Carver, while Mr.
Carver is in New York buying his fall
Slie of goods.
Miss Edna Blume, of Live Oak, vis-
ited the Misses Hemming for a fe4
4ays this week.
Jack' Thompson, one of Suwannee's
prosperous farmers, was a prominent
visitor here Monday.
Louis Paschel, of Jacksonville, spen
several days in town visiting his sis
I tere-
' Ladther Stansell, of Carvertown, wa
i a business visitor here Monday.
Mrs E. B. McLeran, who has beel
visiting White Springs for the pas
L' week, returned home this morning ac
c eompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Mays, o
DI' i I. ;. ,

Bjyi~teil-t.. cifnhaad
lmIb w se bA f to over-

Lvrjtim bty; if it Od not bea
iL 'Rev. L W. IE.tza er,
Iu-lu eay- of the Sabbath sbeoob
SB Y. P.U. societies of the rtate,
mra ben aid delivered some very i-
trut lectures which we hope will
Wof dmob benefit to all who beard
ti. Br. Entzninger is a zealous
worker, and we hope success will crown
is efforts. The meeting at Clayland
as been pnCted. We are expecting
Rev. i. l. Hacker to come and assist
Rev. Mr. Pe mtk. "Uncle Bob"
hacker, as he is ikown here, is always
i welcome visitor. He was once pas-
tor of this church, and is still kindly
remembered here.
Mrs Caroline Ross, Mr. R. W. Price
and Miss Joanna Lamb, of Live Oak,
are visiting friends and relatives in this
Messrs. Ray and John Howland who
have been in Valdosta for the past two
weeks, have returned home to the de-
light of their many friends.
The school at Clayland is still pro-
gressing fine, the average is keeping
up better than ever befo i in its his-
tory. The teachers are working hard
to make the school a success, and the
pupils seem to appreciate their efforts.
They have quite an interesting pro.
gram for commencement. Those or
the honor roll for third month are as
Mr. Sealey's room-Dewy Fewox
Phil Goff, Arthur Hart, James Mims
Hattie Hart, Mabel Howland, Delh
Mims, Nonie Stinson, Della Stinson an<
Daisy Tipton.
Miss Howland's room-George Baker
Grover Ross, Ida Hart, Bessie Hart
Ada Hart, Louise Howland.
So you see the honor roll is growing
We feel there is going to be something
very interesting at commencement-
come and see for yourselves.
Wonder what's the matter with Aur
Hannah, she don't write more. Corn
again, Aunt Hannah, and tell us tl
news. With wishes to all,








rahers' bWAumAtim to'Be
at Uve Oak, Sq. I1, 19W1

'orm= sumuum at 10 a.
Iadevotiomal exercises

Unifewmity of work in the scboals; a
Number of recitation per day in each
grade. b. Amount of work to be cov-
ered by each grade per month-Prof
L. B. Edwarda
What constitutes a good recitation-
Mr. Gifford Hall.
130 p. m. Social relation that
should exist between teacher and pupils
-Miss Belle Wiggins, J. F. Fountain
and Miss Floy McCall.
Social relation that should' exist be-
tween teacher and patrons-J. N. Rog-
ers, Miss Dola Haddock and Miss Belle

Whispering-Miss Ruby Allison, W.
T. Dukes and J. P. Hodge.
School incentives-Miss Jennie Creek-
Co-operation of teachers-By the As-
All who are interested in the advance-
ment of education are earnestly re-
quested to attend and take part in the





Live Oak, R. F. 1). No. 3.
Mr. Editor: -As I have not seen any
notes from this section, I will drop you
a few lines.
The farmers are making preparations
for gathering their crops, and they are
expecting to rank first among this sec-
tion of Suwannee county in the output
of cotton.
We are glad to have Miss Ida Un-
derwood, Drew and Ollie Bass back in
school again.
J. Perry Hodge, teacher of the Pad-
lock school, filled Rev. T. A. Cox's ap
pointment Saturday night and Sunda3
at Mt. Zion church. Mr. Hodge is ar
able speaker, and gave the people E
nice lecture.
We are sorry to note that Mr. A. P
Hurst will leave Saturday morning fo
Titusville, but we extend to him ou

age. Bt
rapidly, for udati -w it 3
Nearly all woi wftr e or
form of female troubd It aied .t
Avoid the pain-treat yourself at hab
Cardui, as thousands of other woum
Begin at once and give Cardui a hir t


I w Hedp You
Mr Katie Burlison, GoreviUe, Ill., tried Cu W
"I suffered with female troubles, and was so sick I c
on my feet. Finally, I began to take Cardui, aa
menI Now I am able to do all my behou lk ad
better heath than I was before." Try it.


I)iiw1 able at Home.

Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky"
at home. Its not disposition, its the
liver. If you find in yourself that you M
feel cross around the house, little !
things worry you, just buy a bottle of BAILEY
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver in DR. A. A
shape. You and everybody around you | ri 71
will feel better for it. Price 50 cents Will have hisoffice over Suwannee
per bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug Drug Store in readiness to take
Company. care of his practice on and after

Rev. J. B. Culpepper and his son, rd
Burke, have literally taken Mulberry Friday, September 3
for Christ. Never in the history of the
town has so much enthusiasm been \ His former prices will be main-
manifested in a revival. Fifty persons tainted:
were added to the churches this week Crown and Bridge Work $5.00
and a large number are coming forward .a B .
daily. At the close of the temperance and up.
lecture Wedneaday, delivreed under the Plate, full set of teeth, $5.00
auspices of the W. C. T. U. by Rev. J. Pand up.
B. Culpepper, more than five hundred. and up.
men marched down the aisle and donned Fillings. 50 cents and up.
the white ribbon bow. Some of the Gold fillings, $1.00 and up.
most prominent"blind tiger"men in the
city were eager to pin on the insignia 1. ,
temperance, virtue and truth. These W or k Guaranteed.
same men donated large sums of money
to assist in defraying the expenses of / *
n the meeting.

Dr. H. W. Tribble, formerly of Vir,
* ginia, but now the president of Colum-
y bia College, Lake City, will occupy the /
n pulpit of the First Baptist church of' .7 \ 7\ 1 \



this city the hrst Sunday in September. !
Pastor J. A. Wray makes this an-i
nouncement in advance, that every one i
may have an opportunity of hearing Live
this distinguished man, and extends to

*"." ",;y, best wishes. Mr. Hurst was teaching the public a very cordial invitation to
The Union Manufacturing Company our school at Macedonia, but he re- come out. Services morning and even-
expect to start their gin this week. signed for a better position. ing.
Messrs. D. E. McDonald and P.E. Oddis Hurst spent last Sunday with "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for
Love have purchased machinery for his friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. years. N' appetite, and what I did
novelty and general repair work and Thos. Z. Hurst. eat distressed me terribly. Burdock,
expect to erect a handsome new shop The young people of this neighbor- B i uubrv m J H Wl-
ker. Sunburv, Ohio. i
building on Railroad avenue. hood are going to have a "good old
Rev. Frank P. Jernigan and family time candy boiling" at Mr. R. D. Bass' For Sa le
visited Lake City Tuesday. Saturday night. I cannot be with you I second-hand buggy.
Hush! Listen! Who said that the boys, but remember your old "Pod." 1 second-hand 1-horse wagon.
Welborn State Bank was soon to be Horace Hurst, of Padlock, spent Sat-, 1 6-16 reversible disc harrow, new.
organized ? urday night with his friend. Mr. B. M. 1 8-18 gang disc harrow, second-hand.
Cotton picking has begun and cotton Holland, of this section. For sale at a bargain. ('ash or pro-
wagons are a familiar sight on our Robert Hawkinsmith is rebuilding his duce.
street& crib, which was burned sometime ago. I also havt- a fine lot (of 1,-inch sea-
The Seaboard has inaugurated a Bob is a genuine carpenter. soned pine wood at my place in town.
Jacksonville, Welborn and White Extending our best wishes to the ed- Quick deii erv. 5.7 per cord, 16 feet.
Springs package car. which is proving itor and his many readers, I will close. ,JACK (GREENE.
very satisfactory to the merchants in "THE MORNING STAR." i
both towns.

W. B. Zachary is relieving Robt.
Silas on R. F. D. No. 1, Mr. Silas hav-
ing a very sick child.
Mrs. W. 0. Kennedy was a visitor
in Live Oak Monday.
SThe meeting at Mt. Pleasant came
to a close Sunday night after the most
successful series of meetings in years.
Among the Welbornites to return
from Baltimore and New York Thurs-
day were Hon. A. W. McLeran and

Mrs. John ('ulpepper, of Alton, was
Piellllounlt. in the city ytvsttrday en route home
The Pincimount Literary ,Societv met fromi Knoxville. Tenn., where she has
Aug. 21, 1. 9, at :31, o'clock p. m. been spending several week:.. Her sis-
The president and vice-president both' t.r, Mrs. Alict Armstrong, w!il remain
being absent, the meeting was called in Kncxvile until abou'. Septemrner
to order by H. M. Hiilho'ise. the secre-: th before returning.
tzry. The program was carried out
very creditably to the members pres-! Go to .J. Jnkinz I,,. repairs of
ent. The recitations Aere simply rine. 'wago;ns, buggies, log carts, guns. re-
In the debate the querv was: Re- '4)lvers, &c. Horse shuelng a specialty.
I I .. All ork uarntr;1f t rlrih', ,.ion, .t;i,

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Oak Man ifturing


Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electrd
Lights, Power and Turpentih
Electric Lights in any part of the city furniuh
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable I
Electric power-Day and night current-for manM
ing purposes.
wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders ha re
cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
We willgive you good prices on low grade cihi
flooring. Come and get our prices.

"MAu'Si coMix
'veerthi no i Muhi na "i Sppl e Cdrr'd ia stock
We have th largest aWi Uo
P1et. Iie a of MmCHiNfiRY Wd
6 ~VE you %E.I- $# o0R

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Horses, Buggies, Mules, Harness,

Whips, Lap Robes,




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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1M| hooting at Every White Man In the ('ontest for the Moi
S,- Met and Everything He Saw. Colored Teacher.
S"Meo., La., Aug. 24.-Angered, it' The following is the official
SIbdieved, because two of his friends the votes cast in the voting cc
i1 r gently been shot by police offi- going on at Cook's for the mn
'lin this city, William Wade, ne- lar colored school teacher in
.% t"a y an amuck on the principal county:
f hOM street of Monroe with a double Bertha Washington.
b sreM shotgun, shooting first at J. L. Hopps........................
Wy white man he saw and then fir- J. L. Moore .....................
Si ih dceriminately at every object be- Benjamin Baker .............
ho khim. The fire was returned and Claude McKinney
L s u n, finally fell dead with a bullet R. H. Howard..............
O (oh his heart, but not before Celia Forrest...... ...
ty-nine men, three of them mem- Maggie Holloway ..........
hi of his own race, had been more or Rosa Stafford.......... .........
i seriouslyy wounded. The winner will be given
Wade's body was publicly burned af- free a beautiful phonograph
*tgit had been cut down from a pole words. Contest closes at lo p.
a which it hung for an hour or more guest 31st.
-Ir he was killed. Send your votes in pkrom
..counted each week.

I, J. Will Yon Appointed Secretirv
of Railroam (Commission.
H om. J. Will Yon has been appointed
S*Aretpy of the railroad commission,
t~ exceed S. E. Cobb, whose resigna-
: ti las been accepted, to take effect
S Lpmtber 1st.
Mr. Cobb was appointed January 1st,
i AW, to succeed Hon. R. C. Dunn, who
4 at that time succeeded Hen. J. L. Mor-
- pa as railroad commissioner. Mr.
Cobb resigns as secretary of the board
i *oder to give his entire time and
attation to his business interests in
a Jackmville.
l Hn. J. Will Yon is a prominent
-Ja, on county citizen, well qualified
tO #ll the position. He is active, ener-
getic and attentive, and will give the
Sbod good and valuable service.

tYb Coalfercie for Edu.cation in

Last counting returns all
Aug. 31st.

Strong ('amp ()Organized at I
Wedulneslay Night
C. H. Dame, of Ocala, Sta
izer for the Woodmen of the
sisted by Dr. T. S. Anders ,n
a camp of the Woodmen at
Wednesday night with 1
charter members. The folli
cers were elected: Con. Co
Blanton; Adv. Lieu., G. W
Banker, J. E. Hamilton; Ch
Ried; Escort, J. L. Penningt
man, W. G. Whittle; Secret
Goff; Physician, Dr. T. S.
Managers, J. C. Brock. W
I house and C. I. Sealey.

t Popular

1 count of
)ntest now
lost popu-

....... ..625
.... ...450
........ 300
... .....300
.......... 250
...... ....200

. ........ 100
... ... ....100

Professional Cards.


Phone 109. Live Oak, Fa.

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


The Presbyterial institute


A safe school where parents may feel that "
their son or daughter is receiving the beet d.
advantages at prime cost and enjoying
homelike influences. Sepa nte do ori
for boys and girls. Large faculty and per- :
sonal attention. Write for Catalogue to :r

Clement A. Sydnor, Principal

iand rec-
.Aug- PHYSICIAN AND SUR6EON. i|^______________
Offices up-stairs over J. C. Baisden's .. -
ptly to he store, the two front rooms of whihj Notie in Bankruptcy. TTT T
were formerly occupied by Dr. A. S. yT
York. Calls romt answr all In the District Court of the United States for
I vots promptly answere a the Southern Listrict of Florida. In the matter
teis by hours of the night as well as the day. i of John L Pennington of Suwannee county. Fl-
Practice anywhere in the county. Ex- ida. Bankrupt. In Bankruptcyy:
S cellently equipped offices for all kinds Tothe creditors of John L. Pennington, ifGlass whe you an
Pinemount, in theounty of Suannee. Flori aGlass w r you can
of examinations of internal diseases and Districtaforesaid. Bankrupt.
r.J. and treatment for same. Notice is hereby given. That on the 21st day f tal Pbett
August, A. D. 190the said John L. Pennington g .-. was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and the first
Pi DR., L. M. DIXONmeeting of his Creditori will be held at the courtGla a t r ic
Pilleltoulit DR. L. M. DIXON house in Live Oak in the county of Suwanue.
Florida. in the District, on the 8th day of Septer- i
her. A. D 1S09. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
DENTIST which time th said Creditorsmay attend,provej 8
their claims, appoint a Trusteee. examine the .
te Organ- Bisbee Budding Bankrupt and transact such other buinews as
World. as- inay properlycomebefore said meeting. X 9 ...
u organized JACKSONVILLE. FLA. RefreeinBkruptcy. 8X10 1 -- 0e
o nIm FA Dated at Lake City. Florida. 21st day of August. ,
Pinemount A D. 1 i. 10x12 10k
t~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~A ,. -yr.----- \r---- __A1

owing offi-
m., J. D.
V. Greene;
erk, R. D.
on; Watch-
ary, W. R.
P. Hiit-

TALLAHSSEE, FLA., Aug. 23, 1h9.i -
To the Executive Committee of the Making Hlay vOn the Sherman. i Kai.i
Conference for Education in Florida: Ralch.
Gentlemen: A meeting of the Exe- Editor Democrat:-This is to inform
. lvoe Committee of the Conference \ou that one Winder Surrencyv. ur-
I N Education in Florida will be held in merely of Live Oak, Florida, is nuw at
*t auditorium of the Duval high large in the western part of Kansas.
I" building, Jacksonville, Florida, having escaped from the above men-
I September 4, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. tiA,,, city n ,lulv 17th of the rfse.nt
tindCtVo uy17t f- h Setn

Al business of the most vital charac-
1W h to be transacted at this meeting,
NlM attendance of the committee i
Sarnestly requested. ifa
. M. LYNCH, Chairmo
(? -*.-ID

b reary.

v'tou rM V

hay on t

When last seen he was raking
he "Sherman Ranch." niiles


Will practice in all the courts of the State. Spec.
ial attention given to Conveyances. Collection.
,f Rents., Etc. All business promptly attend-
ed to.



Will do general practice in State and
Federal Courts.

'ostutfice Buildii
',PHONE No. 190.

T. J. LY]

from Crawford, at $20.(00 per month
o.r last st Practical
action. for Leest
the first 'ATCHMAKER AND
Your Order in that35ar'sxperie
s oume qspEkd stock of Watches alw
can be neatly engraved his s revic,,
state. I= rwnnn


Notice of Application tor Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4M8,
Laws of Florida.

Notice is hereby given that Alex Lee. pur-
chaser of Tax Certificate No. 235. dated the
1st day of July. A. D., 1l7, has fiied said cer-
tificate in my oftce, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following described
property situated in Suwannee county, Florida.
to-wit. NW: ,.Sectuon 16. Township 4 iuuth. RanRe
13 East. li\' acre The said land wing assessed
at the date of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of 1st National Bank. Carmi. 111. U'nles.
,akil certificate shall be redeemed according to,
law. tax dedi wili issue therten on the M)h
day of Sept-mber. A. D.. !109.
Witne&. my official signature and seal thi, the
ii'th da) of August. A. DI.. 19-A.
Clerk Circuit Court. Suwannee GCun:.. Filonida.



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NSti'c to creditors. letgatwes. distributo,rs and
all uthr rn uing aim, or demand, Special prices on quantity lots.
"" against the .sttt< uf Jhn Wefnky Clark. late of
jsawannetr o,unt,. Fllorida. are hemreby called upun
t;o ,revt-nt 'uch claim. ,,r derrnarnids u tr at Lura-
F'LORIDA. .:He. Florlda. ulth!r. inc ear from the Iirst pub- (1(\ \
icati,,n ,f thi. ro:icc. All iclair. or demands to
bt. duiy trr iriJ. b .)ah W. S. CLARK. 0
LAJrmr.,.irat.,r i .17-t, uf J. '' CIrK I eceed.
Nrir' tor leH ]1nti:ioll to AIpl tor it i N lter Bn
irum rn P'Final l1ik'har'ge. .fai,.'f wanne (County Irterw' Bur~ngWA

rL-,'i Warrants.,
Ntc... r:.r.t,,-r, K cnr, trat h _r.drgnt .. N r,otice is hereby given that the Board ofCouy
adrrninmtranx ,f a for te c.-:ate of the iate W CmmilonIr of SuwannW County. Forida. w
H Starting. 't-a.d wil. n t.e 4th day of the 7th day of September. 19%. receive emld
February .. ., i the Probate Court of Bids for six pr cent interest baring coupon war.
.aid Cour.-:v .r hr:a ac courts and o.chrer of I rant issued on the Outstanding lndtbedl
'!e estate of AV H -tar,!rg. deceas.d. arnu there- and Interest Thereon Fund of the County, in the
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M m IingPswe or B mramWW "n d to a du 1t w

esoose Marw tv &V W b" ?"M
l, &di 1dhrt week. In sefg Attft thim kbm to ewt
MaII OO A o o eranes be always demanded gold in A sw l&ght tses ianer eM, &aNw
"' payment. A few daysbefore his deth hWoi her t, d sk e piaeJ n-
k kCt EIo he dnrp his treasure, amountinto conogly. Shewants the btther
some $16,000, which he d buried un- isfor he own-thi preeiou pmrt of
B h-b-i M -ry Friday at a dortep ad st it to the beown e. Si or w el hppWor
13C Omm L., iUve Oak. Fl bank for depoitE chan iserabe, she cavs the little thing
Consider the cue of Daniel Baker. with the best that is in her natme.
Subscription Price: Is there anything adder in all human Her axiety leeds her to seek port 4
S:F B O DOLIAR PR K. experience ? in prayer. When the child sickens and 1
:_ He would have gold. It was the her hert-strings are wrung, sheap-
rd ho. 3m4 abiding, the fixed value. I was the prCiates her helplesses as never be-
r at the ULve Oak PostoBe as standard of all wealth. Nations might fore-acd she prays
actadelas O matter. rise ad fall, wars be aged and oa When these children grow and scatter 4
or lost, appalling catastrophes claim abmd she knows how the tempter
toll of life and property-but the gold can harrass them, she prays argi
al"to advertise in the Democrat, would be the same, the constant friend, Even if a poor wretch goes to the gal-
.______nt. the faithful servant, the devoting, un- lows, he is not friendleo so long as his
changing mistress. Give him gold! mother lives.
-" "i 'Ptesperity" is making Live And DanieltBaker worked a whole I should not be surprised if we shall
0k Ih ktdqurt1s again., life-long-for gold. As fast as he got find in the Great Hereafter that it has
.: -- it, he buried it. Not a grain of it only been God's love and mother-love
"TheTn Tribune says the pass- should g to the betterment of human- that have kept the jarring elements
wad at Wdbom i "egsi ." ity, to the alleviation of suffering, to from wrecking human kind.
--- hisown pleasureor benefit. Thisgold, I should not be surprised if the earth.
The Adr er,pubihed at' Boni that might have done so much for rela- ly lever that moves God to pity and
af, Ii~ mOhes c county isalmst solid tives, neighbors, friends, went-into a protection is called motherlove in 4
1w J p Reeves for United States hole in the ground! Heaven.
S8l He even feared that some one might What makes the chief happiness of 4
.a .t see it and derive whatever slight pleas- a good father and husband? Isn't it (
S TvgMn are havin a hard time nr might come from gazing upon the the sight of mother-love beside cradle
if i n Pea acola. The authorities ae glittering heap. beds? 4
i anm earnest effort to rid that Gradually, we may well imagine, "When oing hbi m light pled
d tfer. Daniel Baker's aspirations and inter- on litt goldhmibds
e- s ets followed his gold-into the hole in To "k th* Shebud--O to k. 4
If you want to iereae your business theheg Ta e hk m who sweetbW oe."
Sthi fall and wiate, plant a good ad- His mental perceptions were cramped What makes the wrinkles in a sor-
veti aatin the Democrat It will and contracted into the space occupied ring mother's face? It isn't ber
ot w r.L by his buried treasure. The impulses own personal grief for what the world
?- ""~ iof his heart were but in the one direc- does to her, but it is the carking care
ThW Times-Union, in answer to a tien-downward. The stars had no and blighting strokes that her unhappy
qstion from the Madison Recorder, beauty for him. Nature's changing offspring heap upon het heart
stt that Jacksonville has 97 churches panorama escaped his notice. Het Giddy girls disobey, and run over
and 110 balon,. reached the point where he could see their mother's cautious advice, but

Share being circulated in Put- He became a mere shell of a man; he prayers of a poor, neglected, wrinkled-
Scounties by the liquor had the outward form, but all that was faced mother had kept them from
I' M it asking the county cpmmis- best in him had been prematurely plunging into a hidden abyss that was
Siasm to all wt and dry elections buried-buried with the few pieces of covered with deceitful vines and flow-
+? TB goli coin that was all in all to him. ers.
S The "*nt" bale of cotton shipped Now, all that was mortal of Daniel The saddest grief that evei comes to
i w BMaford, this county, to Savan- Baker is in a hole in the ground. a good mother's heart is the ruin of ,
"h Ga., a few days since was grown But the gold ? Ah, no. He rescued her child, either girl or boy. There is
i lab yette county, says the Mayo it in time from a hiding-pjace where a hopelessness, a humiliation, a shame,
t." PMPL someone might find it, when he could that is head on the poor woman who
Shard it and watch it and love it no would perhaps give her, life to bring
If the ciilervice rules apply to the longer. A premonition of the rapidly back th lost character of those so
I mM enumeration pie to be handed approaching end came to him as he dear to her very being. Nothing can
Sout it will cause many applicants from pondered one day of his wealth-wealth hurt a mother so much as the lapse of
Sthi district to hanker for "pie like that had not benefited a living thing in her own offspring. Nothing can give
mother used to make." all the world. He hurried to the spot; her so much pleasure as their good
i with feverish hands removed the con- name and good character. O! children
S Yesterday died at midnight; it has ceiling sod; dug it, piece by piece, be good to yourselves, that you may
Gone into the measureless past. Today from the unresisting earth; counted it Tspare and bless the mother that bore
- is the living, pulsing present, to be over-yes, it was all there, every you.-Atlanta Journal.
taken joyfully into our hearts and made ounce of it-and took it to the bank.
S the most of. Tomorrow is a wonderful Sixteen thousand dollars' What good NDORSK CON(GRESSMAN ('LARK
I opportunity yet unborn, things might not that money have ac- While some of the state press does
,, complished! Now, he must say fare-
not approve of the manner in which he
i Holmes county has caught the good well to it. But he would at least place t al w the ecp in o h he
rds fever and will hold an election it in a safer place. He could not guard did it l with the exception of he
to determine whether or not $75,000 it himself much longer and he would Clark's position on the tariff bill; that
worth of bonds shall be issued to build delegate others to the duty. ..

hard roads. Good roads are great fac- The next day, Daniel Baker died. LV,,, I ,, LGU VLL
Soled and interests she has to protect. Clark
tors in building up a county and there He had suffered and toiled and returned to conress b the
are none who will dispute that fact. planned and schemed a whole life-long latest majority he ever received.
for what? To add to that buried storeYo mart he Gniti
The race for congress in the Third of old. ou mclaring for revenue only, and the
district will be between Hon. JI F. C. And at the last. what could be said declaring for revenue only, and the
di t will be between Hon J. F. C. him? A wasted life; a life profitless principle of taxing the people for the
Ggg, ofApalachicola, and Congress-totself to humanity; a life that benefit of a few, but from the single
man Mays, of Monticello. Mr. Mays centered its every thought and inpir farmer who would like to have all the
hu made a splendid record in congress, i potatoes to sell without competition up ;
although serving his first term, and the tion and purpose upon-t o
gh serving his first term, and the- A hole in the ground. Tarnpa Trib- to the largest communities, self-inter-
Democrat would like to see him re- i ests will hedge around all the protec-
turned. ___i tion possible. It was the same when
South Carolina, in the early history of
If you have merchandise for sale, MO)THERSS A .untr, wanted a high tariff
tellheo the people about It through the Some time ago I heard a preacher against C'acutta cotton. The day may
ohms ofm the Democrat. In sav to his congregation: "Two funer- come when the North will be crying
them to come to Lie Oak to do theals in yur place esterdav. Those free trade while the South will demand
tradingwho died were lovel in character and tariff for the protection of its 'infant
Democrat in Suwannee county know, precious to their families. Thev were industries. Crvstal River News.
you are in business and that you can lamented by the mourners as the -
supply them with what they want. went along the streetz, but I will haz-
ard the assertion that more tears fell What a splendid thing thoughtful
As a number of people from various last night for the living than the dead." kindness. Peola shl nd m ne. on
sections of the state have recently in- Said he: "I would risk my judgment thernselv's, lavishly at times. This is
quired of the editor of The Sun as to n the truth of the following declara- their right if they owe no man anv-
Congressman Frank Clark's health, we tion, namely, that more tears, moreyou feel t
form an association or be one by Yout
take great pleasure in informing them prayers and more sighs went up to Godform an assoc
that Mr. Clark appears to be (and says from dark to daylight from anxious self to help the poor boys and girls t
he is) in the very best condition physi- heart-sore parents on account of wav- attend public school. So many would g
cally. He has already opened his cam- ward childrer. than for all other troubles but they need suitable clothing an
paign for renomination and is "taking in this world beside," books. An idle, ignorant class of youn
p frmericans will influence Your childrei
in" the picnics in the country districts, Look about you and see if the preach- A an wi h
where he is cordial received b the pr tnmint w-uld pay in dollars and cen:ts fct
where he is cordially received by the er snoke truly' Examine. into vou,,

Our Mr. A. W. k

them market paret ain rur M infaf

disefor the fall and wintr. We

that our new stock will excr any we

brought to this market by way of

and general eOuxcellece. Or prie

satisfactory as compared with pwramt ,

other market ctditiom. Our dit

'fully up with the tia,. and we w g 4

such merchandim u wiHll 1w ata


Our rnw pods w"

arrive. We invite your earul

inspection when ready to buy We om,

fully supplied with all kin. r( tM

immediate wants, and will be ied to i

at any time.

Yours rpwctftlly.


Mules and Hord

Farm Mules, Turpenti

I Mules, Logging Mules

Farm Horses, Driving Horss, Hnm
Horses, Sadd Hones

Now on hand and fir SaI r a

Mizell Live Stock


I busdutoo&

For Pamurat n -e -flr

Ac thedifteLy O th Liveir. It willcure
pseWd 4 JpJvnL substaito, Aib
wearyI ~O~j4tna~; U~ObL hha ada;".tr .!111 t
pomd Of ~A 161
tjL,9L~pod1y. -Try a t i., to-
o Avoid ANl Subd

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s9Ble section of the county,
idy Monday.
iandall, of Mdison, Sun-
Ssprings, as the gust of
SMrs. Sid Hinely.
miel, of Peham, Ga., was
b aunt, Mrs. S. B. Con-
ty, at Suwannee Springs,

rgct a handsome piece of
ddnd gold plated jew-
B. Evans'.
ia greater inquiry now for
istyr farm land than ever
la number of transfers of
ibbneen made.
S. B. Conner and fam-
---mnnt three weeks' stay

Live Oak will soon
mail delivery.
W. S. Sullivan, of
the city Monday.

have free city

O'Brien, was in

Mrs. James Register spent the latter
part of last week at Suwannee Springs
J. C. Baisden spent Sunday at Su-
wannee Springs with his wife who is
there for a few weeks.
Col. Ira J. Carter and family re-
turned home Wednesday from a three
weeks visit at Meridian, Miss.
Mrs. C. T. McDaniel and children
have returned from a delightful visit
with relatives and friends at Fernan-

hiring, have moved back K J. Blume returned Sunday from a
to delight of their friends in two weeks trip to Baltimore and New
York where he bought his fall and win-
ter stock of goods.
*liv away solid gold and
jeelry. J. B. Evans. Geo. Wolfe and son, Herbert, have
Sthe Florida railroad and returned from the northern markets
G. hrs increased greatly in where they have been to buy goods
i pasenger departments. for the "Wolfe on the Corer" store.
aAsure sign of improved The new union passenger depot in
iMma- this city is nearing completion and it is
|Mr, formerly of West Lake, a beauty-thanks to the Live Oak Board
ld Joquerque, N. M., in a ot Trade and the Florida Railroad Com-
l Democrat ordering the mission.
to his address says: "I Dr. Armstrong will make his regular
laut the Democrat. professional visit to Live Oak, Sept. 9.
ie prominent Live Oak peo. Office, Hotel Suwannee. All head-
ited here this week were D. ache, nervousness and eye troubles
the grocery dealer, C. J. overcome.
i d Mr. Letcher, the hotel The cotton crop in this county is not
ki manager of the new Su- going to be as large as was expected a
I betel in Live Oak and the few weeks ago. The continued rains
i.ha.-Lake City Index. hanv damafdi it tn a pnnaidrathlp xY-

i h tobacco and cigars at S. P.

h coning to town pretty lively
iMtire is considerable rivalry
ils buyers, and as a result the
at getting the very top of
)price for their cotton. Live
oi the best cotton markets
ea try.

tent, but just how much it is yet im-
possible to tell.

Capt. Hillman returned Tuesday to
North Carolina after spending a few
days here looking after business mat-
ters. Captain and Mrs. Hillman will
probably remain in North Carolina for
several weeks yet before returning



ratchcs, Diamonds



ihve the best selected and most up-to-date stock
unable. Our prices are within the reach of all.
r us a call. We are always willing to show goods.

kst={lass Watch Repairing

Sphere, and all repairing fully guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.

ving Done to Your Order
S and Jewelry purchased here can be neatly engraved

i a the Corner
5- -* IM l litejat ........................ 5e
kft le t irweA torH 1 wat A- ir ......... 10c
jt to relatives. Fia new Amarictan Baserdes
Ia Moseley left Matn ary prt has a written stuante
lddaysvisitatMado foro yer.
pent part of lat week la ts bet Clico ........ 5 a yad
springs with Mr. and Remnant best Outigs........ a yard
ner. Rmenants best Gingham..... c a yard
6" will c Rmats t Chambry....... 7 a yard
nad Fever. Price 25c. Most all you need at the old stand.
ai, a prosperous farmer GEO. WOLFE

Free Jewelry at J. B. Evans.'
Ex-Sheriff John Hawkins, of Inver-
ness, was in the city Monday to visit
relatives and look after business inter-
ests. He reports everything moving
along nicely at Inverness.
All members of the Woodmen of the
World are urged to be present at the
next meeting-Tuesday night, August
31st. One of the state officers will be
present, and it is hoped that all who
who can will be there.
Buy your soaps and perfumes at
C. H. Dame, state organizer for the
Woodmen of the World, was in the
city Tuesday en route to Pinemount,
where he goes to organize a lodge of
Woodmen. Dr. Anderson, one of the
state officers of the Woodmen, will as-
sist in the organization.
Absolutely free-a handsome piece
of jewelry at J. B. Evans'.

Mrs. B. H. Bradley and son Frank,
of Bartow, who were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Conner at Suwannee
Springs last week, accompanied them
home and are being delightfully en-
tertainedthis week in this city at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Conner.
R. H. Carver, of Welborn, member
of the board of county commissioners
from that district, reports the little
lady that arrived at his home on Sat-
urday morning, August 7th, doing
nicely. This is child number 22 for
Mr. Carver. fifteen of whom are now

Chas. Bonnell, who has charge of the
grocery department of E. J. Blume's
store, accompanied Mr. Blume on his
trip to Baltimore and other northern
markets and assisted in buying the fall
and winter line of goods for Mr. Blume's
popular store. Mr. Blume and Mr.
Bonnell returned Sunday and report
having had a very pleasant trip.
Ed. Porter has returned from a trip
to the north where he completed ar-
rangements to put in a large line of
automobiles. We understand he has
purchased several car loads of the latest
and best known cars to be shipped at
the earliest po ,sible date. The cars are
all standard makes and especially al-
alted for use on iForida roads. The
old auditorium building will be fitted
up flr th purpose of storing the cars.

M. V. INlit p LtW Wke we.
tioa ib nportd qie
Mim Hdle Wolfe went to Dowlig
Park Tudam y mn to pd a week
with MIm Lotti Mama.
Special lie of toilet waters and face
powers at Cook's.
R. H. Carver, of Welborn, left Tues-
day for St. Petersburg to visit his
daughter, Mrs. H. L Wilkinso and
rhe weather has been delightful for
the past week. In fact with the ex-
ception pf a very few days we have
had very little hot weather this summer.
Miss Loyselle Brown was the charm-
ing guest of Misses Calie Hankins and
Evelyn Conner at the Springs last Fri-
day and Saturday.
Miss Juliette Smith, of Tampa, and
and Mrs. McCielland, ot Woodstock,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
.McGee last week. They are now at
Suwannee Springs for a few days.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and children, of
Madison, are at Suwanne Springs, the
guests of Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Sid
Hinely, who has a cottage at the
Springs for the summer.




Mayor Heath, of Branford, was in
the city Tuesday.
Hon. Geo. Hawkins, of Welborn, was
among the business visitors in the city
Mrs. T. P. Alston and children have
a cottage at Pablo Beach and will spend
a month at that popular sea side resort.
Have your pictures framed at Cook's
Miss Virgie Register, of Jasper, came
down Sunday and spent the day with
her sisters, Mesdames Roof and Mc-
Fresh line of Buist garden seed at
Mrs. John Hawkins, of Inverness,
came up last Saturday to be with her
daughter, Mrs. M.L.Clegg, who isquite
Stetson University at DeLand has

. ,

N. C. Im is tih g ft Itr. Q
F. Haddock, this wek.
Mr. and Mrs. oi MeCu^
Homerville, Ga., are ia the l tc A
guests of Mr. and MR. P r
A nice lie of dr gm atCi :sk
R H. Haddock and his i w..ll
Verdie, of Lake City, fram bM
of this city, were viAmtr Ie th
latter part of last week.
Marvi Butler and C. B. lari-en
two of Live Oak's promiuinm
men left Monday for Ceg, ad,-
from there they will nm m atri
Seatle and other cities in the far wt.
Miss Corrine Williams, who ba bee
attending the Teachers' Training SSol
in Knoxville, Tenn.. retired this weak
and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. F.E
Thomason. Miss Williams s accept-
ed a position as first grade teacher in
the Ocala hi h school

taken a powerful hold on the best
homes of Florida. See announcement The Mizell Live Stock Company have
page 4. had built, adjoining their sa stables,
Miss Maggie Baisden, one of Live a very large mule shed in which to bet-
Oak's most attractive young laides, is terhandle their hours al mue. The
the guest of Miss Ethel E. Saddler, of "re ming arrangements for bi
Lae C business this fall and winter. Busiwa
Lin their line is opening up owand they
Fine quality of rice at 5 cents per have now quite a lot of stock on sale.
pound at Mays'. Buy your books at Cook's.
Little Miss Aleve Haddock returned ..
home Sunday from Welborn where she Rev. Sam White, who is con ting
a very successful tent meeting in this
had been visiting her sister. Miss Ottis, avery succesfultenthmeetng in thi
who is teaching school near that place. city, assisted by his brother, Rev. R.
who is teaching school near A. White and C. H. Noble, is doing a
She reports a nice time.
good work. The attendance at the
A protracted meeting will be held at meeting is good, and the able and in-
Tigar lake commencing on Saturday structive sermons are listened too with
before the first Sunday in September. marked attention. Interest increases
The pastor, Rev. T. L. Peacock, will each day, and with the co-operation of
be assisted by Rev. C. T. Anderson, of the christian people of Live Oak and
Lake City. Everybody invited to at- vicinity much good will be accomplished
L. D -IF IIL "& } "--J tLa-




Fruit jar, cheap at May;.
H ii. \V. R. Dlorman. of Houston,
statc lecturer for the Farmers I'nion,
was one 1f the principal speakers at a
big picnic at WWorthenrngton Springs
last Saturday. Today he is to leave
for Leesburg where he will organize
the first Farmers Union organization
in that county. Mr. Dorman is ding
some splendid work for the Union and
his ser, ices arc :n demand al otr the


by Rey. White and hils fellow laborers.


nan i- kir4.W. you :.i t tat
jur P'1rch Furnit,-re I: th,
nii thlt I,- urcti

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Shades, Set-

tees, Hammocks and Porch Chairs

The Newly Married

~,:lut. will 1 able to -.stretch-

The Citizens Bank of Live oat

We Do'N

Merelyto make a ie,bmt b iu t
paper as one of thee
lend itsdaid to the w 4bid ABd al
good of this community.
We need you to make us make tki r
our claims that new enterprises and w
opportunity and welcome in this city.

RT 171 A IT

P*VY: *'-


iit lbmaw in the near

^. y *ft fret than any other State.
t l drs b athe dtevt some of the
L .s I ndtries du into the near

.*: ha berpie phProminent poltioh
A' M ae tcberl ad upenmine pro-
^ ^^ihytetm aof the country. -Itha,
Sthe State will make per c ent of its
So imi aret than of cy their lStandte.
hih tlkdthe finest standsof longleaf cut over

ill bor e development of theura
ON- N f t idb neB daring the put few
|e ) bu beowphefwn*Al While the
S rpfltur manyl development in certain
/ mattid the State will make permanent
' -- aMo idmaeme are"s of cut-over lnd,
thebolk of nds now being cut over
Wf ant be needed for agricultural pur.
podes'for many years to come. In the
A MtimCle the timber producing pogsi-
iltieB of such lands are being de-
S toyed by repeated fires, turpentining,
and reckler lumbering. The oppor-
timity-to organize and adopt plans of
forest management should not be de-
. iayed until the forest lands have all
been cut over.
.. Many States have temporarily de-
veloped at the expense of their forest
interest and have realized too late the
dasAtro effects of wasting their for-
at resources.
The report of the Forest Service ex-
S amier in Florida lays particular stress
6 the importance of a strong forest
policy forth State. There should be
S a Commisson of Forestry to have gen-
Sral mupervision of the forestry inter-
I^ts of the State and to appoint a State
F wdter. It should be the duty of the
Sb t Forester, under the direction of
the Commission, to advise private own-
S en I reference to forest management,
to bring to public attention the damage
done by forest fires, to formulate and
pat into execution a firewarden system
to protect the forests from fires, to en-
courage more conservative systems ol
lumbering and turpentining, to invest.
gate tax and grazing problems, and ii
general promote a healthy interest ii
forest preservation in the State.
The forest fire problem in Florida. a,
" in other Southern States, was found tc
be a most serious hindrance to the per
| petuation of the forests. The practice
i: of burning over the ground annual:
destroys all possibility of a young(
.: ~ growth of pine to take the place of the
^ mature timber when it is out. More
over, fires injure the standing timber
Smespecially where the trees have beel
boxed, and destroy the vegetable cov
; eringofthe soil. It has been demon
strated that repeated fires decrease th
'value of the forest for grazing pur
In order to check the annual fire evil
the report proposes a forest fire las
for Florida which shall make it unlaw
ful and punishable by fine or imprison
ment, or both, for any individual o

corporation to start fires on land nc
their own. The proposed law als
makes every owner liable for damage
resulting from the spread of fire fror
his own land to that of another. Ther
are many other important features i
the proposed law, such as the appoint
ment of firewardens, the use of spar
arresters on locomotives and engine
and posting of fire notices.
The report furthermore recommend
the establishment of State forest
from tax lands and by purcnase, as ha
already been done by many States i
the country.
The forests of Florida have lasted
longer than in many States, perhai
because the State has been more gei
erously endowed with valuable growth
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Frank ('lark Will Go With Presi-
dent Taft in October.

Congressman Frank Clark, of the
Second Florida District, has accepted
the invitation of the Business Men's
League of St. Louis and the Lake-to-
the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association
to be a guest of these organizations
during President Taft's visit to St.
Louis, and his journey down the Mis-
sissippi river to New Orleans, which
will include the week of October 25th
to October 30th.
The President of the United States
will also be the guest of these two or-
ganizations, and Congressman Clark is
informed that all expenses, including
accommodations at the best hotels in
St. Louis and New Orleans, will be paid. -
-Jacksonville Metropolis.


MK 7 May See Bat It Take. Goml to

When James Watt saw tho steam
causing the kettle lid to Jump up and
down he aid "There must be power in
that steam that it can lift such a
There ,was.
Millions prior to him had seen the
same planomenon and regarded it au
an unc:plained mystery.
Recent scientific research has put its
Cnger on the "cause" of Dandruff, Fafl
Ing Hair. and consequent Baldnem, and
har t-elerthed a tiny germ which eats
the life from the roots of human hair.
Newbro's Herpiclde destroys this
vrm and consequently restores the
.air to its natural state.
MSCl by leading druggists. Send I1e. in
tamr for wnmple to The Herplcd o.,
'et aot MWh.
One Dollar bottles guaranteed.
Suwannee Drug Co., special agents

Wrong (in the Estinmate.
The editor was dying, says an ex-
change, but when the doctor bent over,
placed his ear on his breast, and said:
"Poor man! circulation almost gone!"
the dying editor sat up and shouted:
"You're a liar; we have the largest
circulation in the country."

Tar and Canchalagua
For the complete cure of Coughs,
Co!ds, Asthma and Bronchitis and all
lung complaints tending to consumnp-
tion, Liverwort, Tar and Wild Cherry
have for ages maintained an estab-
lished reputation as a standard
Cough Remedy. It contains no opi-
um or harmful dru., can be given
with safety to children. Price $1.00.
Sold by druggists. Williams M'f'g
Co., Props., Cleveland, 0. Suwannee
Drug Co.

Jacksonville expended $150,('0 in new
buildings during the month of July.

When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is a
natural craving and relish for food.
When this is lacking, you may know
that you need a dose of chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs, im-
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels. Sold by Barc!ay & Groover,

A movement is on foot in Tampa to
construct the finest autu race track in
the world in that citv.

eu Constipation causes headache, nau-
pS sea, dizziness, languor, heart palpita-
n- tion. Drastic physics gripe. sicken,
h. weaken the bowelis and don't cure
,. Doan's Rewulets act rt.ntlv andi cures

mi-ne neeua i 0 si Lprservatiu ona 1. 1-
tie [ ul te pr rvr luxl .t constipation. 2. cents. Ask vour
not been so apparent in the past, but druggist. '
those who understand the present con-
ditions in Florida and in other States
I Several grocers have been arrested
should be alive to the necessity of tak- a l 1 b ie n
j in Jacksonville for uoing business on
ing some action to cut wisely what for- Sun av.
ests remain, and provide for regenera- -
tion on lands that have already been If your liver is sluirish and out of


ta^^^^r 4w^^^ ^^^RrC^*

This bmoao remedy emr (aila to
Wiene pai both demdtand in-
I Iz I

Dysentery is a dangerous disease, but
can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
been successfully used in nine epidemics
of dysentery. It has never been known
to fail. It is equally valuable for chil-
dren and adults, and when reduced
with water and sweetened, it is pleas-
ant to take. Sold by Barclay & Groov-
er, Druggists.

The Day of Reot.
"*And now," said Mr. Fishback, of
Billville, "let us be thankful for one
day of rest, and get ready for church."
"Yes," said his wife, "run out and
chop some wood, and milk the cows,
and light the fire, and make the coffee,
and wash the children, while I bang my
hair!" Atlanta Constitution.

Be sure and take a bottle of Cham.
berlin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip this summer. It cannot be
obtained on board the trains or steam-
ers. Changes of water and climate
often cause sudden attacks of diarr-
hoea, and it is best to be prepared.
Sold by Barclay & Groover, Druggists.

During a severe electric storm which
passed over Perry Monday afternoon
the Blair cottage, occupied ;y Prof. W.
E. Bell was struck and slightly dam-
aged, and both Prof. and Mrs. Bell
were severely shocked. The lightning
played all over the house and their lives
were probably saved by jumping on
their beds. -Perry Herald.

In buying a cough medicine, don't be
afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from it,
and relief is sure to follow. Especially
recommended for coughs, colds and
whooping cough. Sold by Barclay &
Groover, Druggists.

Mr. Gillman Williams of Crystal
River requested a friend going to New
York to look out for a cottage for sale,
something cheap, as he wished to take
his vacation in that city. His friend
wrote that he had located a cozy little
six story cottage that could be bought
for $719,t0) cash.

Bahb l orphine Fiendsl
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 C',.

Governor Gilchnst has pardoned M.
Henry Cohen, former major of the first
battalion of infantry. National Guards
of Florida, and reinstated him in his
position from which he was removed
bv court marshal ;oPvral mnthc ane

Ta: .1vowa duh T.
Taz( L0 ona f

No free lieswe toop ma iW
SlaeiMd to Confederate vtam.
No near-beer place allowed to O
outside of an iunorated town.
No license to be aiedin incorporated
towns of les than 2,500.
Any man convicted of violating pro-
hibition act cannot secure a near-beer,
Williams' Indian Pile Ointmen:
will cure blind. Bleeding and Itching
Piles. It absorbs the tumors, llays
Itching at once, acts as a poultice.
gives instant relief Williams' In
dian Pile Ointment is prepared fo(
Piles and itching of the private parts.
Sold by druggists, mall 50c and $1.00
Williams M't'g Co., Props., Cleve-
land, 0. Suwannee Drug Co.

Keeping Up His Reputation.
A friend, who lived in another city,
had repeatedly promised our children
one of his fine dogs, which, as he never
lost an opportunity to remark, had an
unusually long pedigree.
One day, as I was returning home,
the children ran to meet me and one of
them cried, "Oh, sister, Mr R-
has sent the dog. Do come back to
the stable to see it. It has the longest
pedigree and it just wags it too cute."
-The Delineator.

s8od ad km ---ld by

Hmeiht acoln, Ituoaped
in ididual bOm. Sub.
ject,"Uudc Slm in te Pa-
cific To the firt fifty
purchmen of a


we ill premnt m Of th e
Sruhtnvte puzzle.
The Pro-phy.lac.tc Tooth
Brush i too well-known to
require introduction by us.

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bay mkan st elmew _
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Ma l Tie uIu a lij

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Theym dm H rdwIey


The Hair Hardware Co.

Notice is
designed as
John H., Chark
Intosh, minora,
C. T. McIntoeh,
wili make p
Conner, Comta
county, Florid,
August, A. D.
County Judge is
county, for
right, title, i
minors in and t
northeast quarter
township or) foI
(1n) east,
of land, more or
Suwannee coon

Guardian of the

Notice of Applicat
der Section 8 of
of Florida.
Notice is hereby l.
chaMr of Tax C Irtii
the Ist day of Jb A. Dg
ficates in my oa a
for tax deed to --
Said certificate rk
property situated oI
to.wit: Nw of %ti
township 4 south. 'No
S'I of sw .t4,ectim
80 aCeT6;w% of aV'4.WiS
Eut. 80 acr The M
at the dat!of tbhe
the name of UnkaMOa
tificate shall be vdA -
deed will iaue them- 0
September. A. D.. 190.
Witness my offcidl -
12th day of August. A.DS
Clerk Circuit Coart. 9m

Notice of Applicat~m f
der Section 8 oft
of Florida.

Notice is hereby ive Stwt
chaser of tax certicateV N
day of June. 1905. bhas
office, and has made
issue in accordance w !ii
embraces the following
in Suwannee county.
nw', and n: of se '..m 0
range 13 east. lr the
sessed at the date of thW
cate in the name of
tificate shail be redeemae
deed will issue thereon 0
A. P.. lI r..
Witnei mV officiall ig
2th day ofJu!y.,A. D., .
Clerk ,-ilrcui court. SnU

s ot"&t
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Notice of
Under Se
Laws ofFi
daYof J*LA.
in my a. aeM
deedto ikmIs
amty ti .d in
Wit: I*tUh 3
h Im of9 -'f i
hosa, UW=
the ib db Of
Wiem e my
aeb day of jib. L
Cl2th ayrm*r ,Z

Notice of
Lasof O
Notice i
ehamuw t4(
daed the If of
Demmadia Ou
weed aa.wb
Pfaia.~ krbS
law. 8rudg Uzi

-~tO PMti *
<&*k br~ikj
ar. 38*S

H4i womw 6
said artiffata
w, tua dudVal
Wit.m.. 4j d
ktBr dayiOfib L Ci
Clark Cheat emu1


lIn atkealtim.""

Sunday for a tiWo
iacroes and viciitV
interests there.
sad supplies at Cook's.
car of stoves on the
,zy until you get our
Hsr B hardware Co.
SLewin was the guest of
ho, 'at Suwannee Springs

HIiekler, the efficient cash-
Bank, was a visitor
Wiams, of Ocala, is in
an extended visit with
rs. F. E. Thomason.
rtop, of Lake Lity, is
i her sons. B. W. and Roy
iad families this week.
inm't received the Home
isl for one at Cook's.
kie Dickert left Monday
where she will enter
iuu for the coming season.
siehine repairs and hay wire
i6brdwre Co.
SiTedder, representing the
O e Co., made a business
land Dowling Park Mon-

B lothwell is being charm-
0 this week as the
friend, Miss Freda Hack-
h ba in Welborn.
Sand comic post cards at

r1 and accomplished daugh-
pOrlie, are expected home
[i from an extended trip to
, Alseville, N. C., and other
r resorts.
~Iy wire just receive The
ihL The Hair Hardware Co.

ma. Bruswell entertained the
lKers Tuesday afternoon in
rmim g manner. Mrs. Jas.
Jd Mrs. Jas. Cox assisting.
lfrIments were served.
Sl AIg patent medicines at

3. Rockwell and Miss Irma
in been in Live Oak the
km returned to their home
, Ga,. much to the regret
here. Miss Rockwell
lmnashb for a short visit
t home.
In mt, 219 Parshley street.
6dW or p. o. box 625.
*md pencils at Cook's.
m Lee, pastor of the Ad-
ei church, has returned af-
i9ahks visit in Georgia and
P his work immediately.
1MY Sunday at 11 a. m.
I. Sunday school at 10 a.
aLat4 p. m., Prayer
Tumday 7:30 p. m.
wood in any length
iiwe. E. G. COBB, City.

iLGr b left Monday for a
t with her sister, Mrs. S.
k Qutman, Ga. She was
SMiss Lucy Oliver, who
s guest of Rev. Curtis
r~ il for several weeks.

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Cotton baskets-all sizes. The Hair
Hardware Co.
The board of county commissioners
met Monday in special session to ar-
range for the issuance of the county
bonds, and get all matter pertaining
thereto in shape for disposing of them
at the next regular meeting of the

A nice line of pipes at Cook's.
Tomorrow (Saturday) will be a big
day at Lake City. The merchants and
business men of that city are to give a
grand free barbecue and prize contest.
Brass bands will furnish the music, and
nineteen prizes are offered. United
States Senator Fletcher, of Jackson-
ville, will be the orator of the day.
Quite a large delegation from this city
and county will attend.

Mr. and Mrs. Espy, who reside a few
miles from this city, and who enjoy Su-
wannee county farm life, presented the
editor with a fine mess of peas, new
sweet potatoes and some very fine pears
yesterday. The potatoes were very
fine and smooth, and the peas could
not be excelled. They all came in
mighty nice for dinner today. Thanks.
Prof. Ira Yorke, principal of the Os-
cilla, Ga., high school, who was mar-
ried on last Wednesday to Miss Mac-
William, of Quitman, Ga., were in the
city this week the guests of Dr. C. S.
Brown and family. Prof. York is a
brother of Mrs. Brown. They are ac-
companied by Miss Lillie Coulson, who
will be a pupil in the Oscilla school this

Smoke and drink at Cook's.
Dr. T. D. Bailey has leased the office
rooms, second floor of the Suwannee:
Drug Company building, and is having
them nicely fitted up for his dental par-
lors which he will keupy permanently
after September 3rd. Dr. Lock, a
nephew of Dr. Baily, is expected here
today to look after the details in fitting
up the offices, and it is very likely he!

- Miss Oliver will go to will assist Dr. Bailey in the practice'
lichmond, Va. here, and he may make this city his
~, home.
Sof tablets and box paper hom .
I Full line blank books at Cook s.
h a d... M The Ladies' Emporium has been an
.BAche and daughter, Miss ,
M lve the first of he exceedingly popular place this week.
Ieave the first of the e in
sara and eastern markets The ladies are very much interested in
l and inter the Demonstration and Cooking Lessons
100k After buyingthe conducted by the Misses DeLettre, who
Stime in the mountainsare experts in this line. They do all
Skinds.of cooking, frying, baking and
ore returning home, making of maynaise salad dressing, de-
' y will oe in charge f monstrating th u of now Drift
Mrs. Bache is away. .m n, ,,,
SLa ill, of Newbeand. S. n. nknl.
Hllof Newberry. S. C., (il.

1m spending a few weeks
dfit, Miss Eugenia Hill,
I0fr the Florida Railway.
Shre last Monday. She
6lm fnft^ P-0"' ..... t ...

Courteous 1

Prompt +
Service +
treatment ++L nnn Pur* nr 4



+ Sea Island Cotton a Specialty

Fertilizers, Bagging and Ties
+ l,

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

North Florida

Lumber Company.



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Co*i, Q era & Piant Reaen

Almost every family has need
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at some time during the
This remedy is recommended
by dealers who have sold it for
many years and know its value.
It has received thousands of
- ,fimonials from grateful people.
It has been prescnbed by phy-
siaans with the most satisfactory
It has often saved life before
medihne could have been sent for
or a physic.'in summoned.
It on[." cot? a quarter. Can
vou afford to r:. \ so much for so
hide? B'Y .il NOW.

Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000

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Summer Course at the

Nos. 609-11. 13 Franklin St.. Tampn. F-Is.
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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lyon, who have We will give absolutely free your chce ol any article y
geto e or M then ms n ets buyingry Gold and Gold Plated Rings, I ke~, Pins of al kin, etc to the m
are expected home Saturday. r On Cash purchases of $10 we will give $1 worth of Jewdry, Jnd so. a
By your drugs and books ard have pice of Jewcry is warranted to be iSt as rqpeMr t See the Jcw y a
your prescriptions filled at Cook's. our show window, '
Mrs. Antonette Clark and daughter, Free Delivery to any part of the
Miss Vesta Clark, have returned to yto any part of te city
their home at Cordele, Ga., after a de-
lightful visit with Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Price. i
W. H. Goodbread, contractor and
builder, who has been in Jacksonville I
for the past month doing contract LIV E O A K, ** .. FLO R ID A
work, returned home the first of the /
week to look after business matters.
Fresh line National Biscuit Company
Crackers at S. P. Mavs. .. ... ___......_ ..
Miss Dicie Bouldin will leave Sunday UJ '
for Gadsden, Ala., where she has ac- LO P+ K ILLS : m- + +.*
cepted a position in the Herzburg-Love- +
man Dry Goods Co., one of the largest
mercantile establishments in thatcity, Highest Chaacter M ARSHALL & COM PANY *
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Estero Community Piles Up Numerous
Claims-The Head is Ostracised.
Within a few days there will be filed
a bill in Tampa asking that Judge Wall,
of that city, appoint a receiver for the'
Koreshan Unity, located at Estero, Lee
county, Florida. A well known attor-
ney of Tampa at the present time rep-
resents over $50,000 of claims against
the property held by that body. These
claims run from $570 to $8,550, and in
one instance even a greater amount,
running into five figures.
Some three weeks ago there register-
ed at the Tampa Bay hotel two attor-
neys from Bristol, Tenn., who went
there to engage a Tampa attorney to
protect their clients' interests at the
Koreshan community, near Bristol,
which as has been published, will be
sold at sheriff's sale for the benefit of
creditors. The followers of Koresh at
Bristol, waking up to the tact that the
creditors would absorb everything of
value in the courts's decree, sought to
protect themselves by attaching the
property at Estero. It is understood
that the best they could do was to get
a third mortgage on the Estero hold-
ings of Teed, as it had already been
"blanketed" twice.
Followers Lost Faith.

Dr. Cyrus R. Teed, the rounder of
this peculiar sect. died recently and
when his remains laid on the bed in his
room for three days and refused to
show any signs of life, or Teed did not
appear in spirit and take off his coat
and get down tb work at his desk. his
followers lost faith in some of his teach-
ings, particularly that which applied to
his resurrection. Even after they had
gathered up his remains with a sponge
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Teed as the pre-eminent head of the ings on the street. Afterwards, when REV. WR. LAMBERT. Credit
Koreshan Unity, went to Tampa, says he Doweyized a few hundred thousand We rqIt
the Tampa Times, and is located on to his private needs he set up a fine Former Reddnt of Gainesville show. thro
Florida avenue. These two Dersons re- office and did business, so we are told, ered With Rottea Egg& hve "i ted
fused to assume dictorship, with six in what was virtually a vault. A citi-
others, of the community. They be- zen of Tampa, who was a reporter on W. R. Lamber, State Superintendent Ing
lived that the people who put their the Chicago Record-Herald and put on oftheAntiSaloon Leagueof Louisa rop, to wbkdy
money intoTeed's handsand hadworked Teed's movements, says he got an au- !had a nasty exepriene recently, we are titled
in building up the Koreshan colony, dience with Teed by filling his private ialoned. One night he was return heing
should be given what rightfully be- secretary with champagne until he got!alone to his stopping place from the s
'longed to them. They rebelled and left to the pink alligator stage, when he all oonhere he hadna town delivered an tpped t
Estero. Others followed until they was admitted to Teed's sacred pre- Isa on e ture i artown m that
have with them a majority representa- cincts. He further said .that although state Comig toa dark place along of our court ,
tion of the property values. Teed taught celibacy, there were some the street he was bombarded with rot- near
Since their leaving it is said that it babies in the place, cooing softly. Teed, ten eggs by whiskey sympathizers bawas
looks like those still at the helm at Es- it is claimed, said they were divine in- Not having a pistol, as temperance lec- Braford
tero are trying to starve out the residue aspirations, or some other tomm:'rot. turers do not tote guns, he whipped out pr office to
of the misguided followers of Teedism. One of the wonders of Teed's teach- his pocketbook, which he was carrying he went teM
It is claimed that there is insufficient ings is how he could separate families in his hip pocket, and started to cock Savannah. b
food placed on the tables at the sepa- -how wives would forsake husbands it and fire. The rotten-eggers took tonee oty,
rate mess halls for men and women, and husbands forsake wives-and take their heels in a hurry, without waiting produce tik I
and that some suffer indignities at the their all and turn it over to him and do for consequences. The pocketbook was A ,c
hands of the "big ones." It is also re- his bidding forever afterward. At Es- not even loaded.-Brooksville Argus. pardonabe
county i
ported from Ft. Myers that Koreshans tero you meet with men and women ofc A Pretutoio. The a
are applying to the county commission- more than ordinary intelligence, men county,
ers for aid, and it is a matter of fact and women of prepossessing appear- All that's good cannot be gotten in a pen, will
that one man committed suicide at Es- ance. The wonder is, how did Teed day. But while we wait on the move- country, and
tero two weeks ago driven to it through hypnotize them? meant to have our town supplied with icial to that
tero two weeks ago, driven to it through not envious
financial wory. the Suwannee Springs water, I wish to g t 1eno rt,1
HAPPY RESU'LTS. suggest to our people, both in town fail to beneft
anted to iic Estero has been a thorn in the flesh Have Made Manv Live Oak Residents tion, they boil all the water used for The mi kwsi. I
of Lee county ever since its existence. i nthusiast. drinking purposes. This purifies water by the
Teed and others assumed Lo dictateI so far as any disease produeiag germs Ito remind th-
i No wonder scores of Live Oak citi- are concerned Boiling alao has the' towll fard pr
' politics and when they were shown their te towars kneW't
places they put up independent tickets zens grow enthusiastic. It is enough advantage of causing the precipitation ui fl sh ort
places they put up independent tickets, piis j
and made a strong ight all through the to make anyone happy to find relief of all lime and magnesia in the form f Plet i their e
s dti r u t after years of suffering. Public state- carbonates, thus freeing the water of Free 'ress.
county. The community stirred up; I tee ., 4 terof FreePrem.
trouble e all through the community, it is said.ments like the following are but truth- two objectionable costituents. Fevers
"Victoria" Gratia, who has remained. ful representations of the daily work are most prevented, especially typhoid, \.m atioH fCr a
in Tampa. i t funds. Friends done in Live Oak by Doan's Kidney during the dry weather immediately a d
have given her an asylum. he is a Pills: following a wet spell, such as we have javy vacation aY
womaneof ine education andsqueenl Mrs. J. J. Dixon, Sixth St., Live just had, hence I make this precau- department hotl
bearing. She waste wife of a wealthy Oak, Fla., says: "It is now some time tionary suggestion just at this time. aroar, are to he
bearin. She was the wife of a wa since I used Doans Kidney Pills, but tW W Me a ni ,,a
citizen of Los Angeles. Teed was nro-,ce I used Dan's idney J. W. W WEST, M. 1).
S Iwilnvrorewattedifr Sim fn -ri-hV

selyting in California, and she listened wll never orget what they did for
to his finely painted picture of the ideal me. had kidney disease for a num-..

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