Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00575
 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: September 3, 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: VID00575
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

Full Text

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(of Kirklad, Killed Near

ed, r boot 71 years oage,
oimrby an excritnra tin on
SdM aemaru h be h e at
SOday night, and instantly
bt we n learn of the on-
n adeknt, Mr. Ford was wait-
Lt excursion train toreturnm
and was expect it to
t itdid hed int d e tting oa
did arrive, at aboot 11 p. mn.,
re no passengers to get off,
te train was running at about
mies an hour when Mr. Ford,
meyeight was quite bad and be
B ajdged the distance, at-
to cross the track, when he
I trOck by the engine and instantly
The eaineer was powerless to
the evident.
train was brought to a stop and
dad bdy put aboard and brought
afti. Voda themrenaina were
i .'fli M sip eeaietery*
Swd kept batch tKirland,
behn e cadictted a cold drink stand.
I:lam, to thir state from Georgia
f the death of his wife some time
T.M. He has two or three grown
: hin Geomg who have been notified
eti death.
jo far as we have been able to learn
Sbad no near relatives living in this
Welborn Aug. 1.-Married, at the
-ofd the bnde's parents, Sunday
lfAu, A 5th, at 9:30 o'clock,
sie, the charmindag dm ter of
i ad Mm H. W. Moeley, to Mr.
Collier, of Floral City. The
ad groom left ot 12 a. for
tfutre home, Floral City, and
riud with them the best wishes of
toof fhrimd&fora lon and happy
1To. U out of town attending
wm: Mi Ollie Avant, ie Lisie
w Mimes Bell and Berk Hawkins
o Mime Jenaie Creekmoore, of Live



Fell From An xeriates Tram ad
Instatly Killed.
Wdborn, Aug. .-When within five
miles f home, after *pendig the day
in Fermnadina with the crowd of ex-
curionists, Bartow Law fell from the
train at Lake Ogden Monday night at
11 o'clok and was instantly killed.
He was wini on the stepsand had
been admonished by friends to come
inside but not realizing his danger he
'onmWmd on the steps until in some
manner his hold gave way and he was
huriedtohis death. He wasabout21
yea of age and leaves a widowed
mother, whose only support he was.
His untimely death is very much re-
gretted by his friends, as he was a
hard working, honest boy, and was
liked by a host of people.
The Annual Re-union.
Maj. Gen. Robert J. Magill, com-
anding the Florida division U. C. V.,
has just been notified by the command-
er of Camp Joseph Wlne n, at Live
Oak, in which city the neteenth an-
nual re-unionof the division is tobe
held, that they have selected Wednes-
day and Thursday, October 20 and 21,
next, as the dates upon which the con-
ventionwillbe hed. The orders from
division headquarters oicially announc-
ing this re-union and all information
connected therewith will be issued as
son possible-Ocala Banner.
Live Oak is going to make every
preparation to show the old soldiers a
good time here. The committee on ar
rangements have a plan on foot to give
them a grand, free barbecue at some
one of the famu Suphur Springs re-
sorts near the, citybesides numerous
other attractions to make their visit
here profitable as well as pleasant.
Next Tuesday night every Woodman
.of the World in Live Oak is requested to
be on hand at the regular meeting. One
of the state offiers will be present and
matters of importance to the order may
come upW Let all who possibly can,
come out. Remember the date-Tues-
day night, September 7th.

.u( <-. *, 4 1'
Full Worth for Every DoIair &r



Furnishings of every kind for every ~w
in every house. Especiallyliberal idnucmt
Trying this store first saves many stps.. '



Dressers, Beds, Mattresses, Pillows, Tables, Rockrs, hairs,
Washstands, Springs, Rugs, Curtains, etc. We cary an in.
mense line of F turte and are in position to quote you the very
lowest possible prices and have everything and anything yo
want in the Furniture and House Furnishing line. See us bot
anything in this line. Call at our store and make it your mhed
quarters while you are in Live Oak. No trouble for us to show
you our goods-that's what we are here for.



in Furniture



But we have received and opened now, for
your inspection, the most complete line of

Boys' School and Dress Suits


well made up in all the best selected pat-
terns and materials, and in all styles and
cuts; in sizes from the smallest to the

We ask your inspection when in

need of Boys' or Children's Suits.



We have spared no pains in
son from the best factories.

selecting our Shoes for Boys, Girls and Children this sea-
We have the strongest and most complete stock of


Ever shown in the city. Made in all the
Made to stand wear, comfort and style.
you buy Shoes at


different leathers for school or dressy wear.
We fit your feet and save your purse when

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vliJ.r c'dma hpan ImB. idto s
I^ *iberkiam' cohe, viawarasad to ey tm U IMty t do

Diarrhoea Remdy i today the bet I hereby call a special county mea g
were of the Farmes Union to meet with tdi
|i .al Tirinr k i tn known medieiine ue for therebef above named eommitte. Ibopeevery
Sand cure of bowel complaintsL Itcure local in the county wib be represented
d dl 01^wwas a gripi0 g, diarrhoea, dysentery, and at this important maeetig.
is lom P-00-7. soald be taken at the first natural Respetfully,
Wfor, k: Wlmmu of the bowels. It i equally
Sva bhe for children and a ta It PILES PILU! PILB!
!Mr.ad always cures. Sold by Barclay & Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
kaSa fter ... Groover, druggists, will cure blind, Bleeding and Itching
_g 9a Piles. It absorbs the tumors, alla
trtLve CHECKER TOURNAMENT. Itching at once, acts as a poultice,
1010 ______ gives instant relief Williams' In-
r tt r F. B. hu W dian Pile Ointment is prepared for NI Mawe Jo T PL O|""
S4IV a eht s vI's F' lisbb~ur wins C ablp Piles and itching of the private parts after doctors amd ewythlaW el U @ hI
dw I iLt Chu.H- Agaain. Sold by druggists, mail 50c and $1.00 ag with numb spell ever rtie u v1 14 I
r.as vidtins IMs. H ar- Williams M'f'g Co., Props., Cleve- dsided to take Cardui 1 h1 v w %u 1
lGmra. Gn. The checker tournament for the land, 0. Suwannee Drug Co. that it has cured me. I Idvi ll b 1b M
IM dUL who i nning the championship of the southern states, long d fair trial."
0 ,i #d.or the a .f of played in Atlanta, brought together 'Notice to Teher. a log and fair tr "
Sth experts from Georgia, North and Sth ou are heeby notified that State Joh n em
3Y tm(B lt'irhl Oefolka.a Carolina, Alabama and Florida, and it Unifor examination for teachers will But hy afU at ilo? TIb Catn Oh t hlaw
Saio A ll. of L Oak who was one of the most successful tour- begin at the Suwannee High School AL --
r*i vral dsays v neys yet building at 8 o'clock a m., uesday,
SA, Cobbi returned home Sun- Yey was begun Thursday in the Sept. 7th, A. D. 1909. Each applicant
reading room of No.2 fireeninehouse, i requested to provide himself with
WFt about it? Who wait that tendered the players through the cour cap paper, pen, ink, certificate of rec-
0i 0the hiVes Friday right tesy of Chief Cummings. The first commerdation and an examination fee
rOt Bt 20! p. m.,ad i mlked mroudwas played through Thursday of one dollar. i 1i s^I
I,"& s cow n, order to treat the and Friday morouning and found the ex-
t P D in perts matching up for the second-day's Respectfully,
JI. L Mg left Sunday for play. Supt. Public Instruction.
,t Ga, to purchase an extensive At noon Friday the six leading play- u. I
KFfh era showed the following approximated Don't waste your money buying plas-!
fr s.KM.MeL.ranwh. o visiting scores:
P&~sot rl days White Fshburn, 825; Chadwick, 700; Black- ters when you can get a bottle of Cham- i A. BAILEY
ii uae well, 650; Hall, 650; Duggan, 575, Me- berlin's Liniment for 25 cents..
Ja &s m and Dr. Mosher, of Cormick, 575. piece of flannel dampened with thi
*tSpuM pned through Wel- When play for the second and last iniment is superior to any plaster for Will hae hi o oer S a
s rMi a ter to Jamaville. day of the tourney was over and the me. Will have his office over Su w
fil BflW Cvw retnued boe a ores figured, it was found that Fish- e ack pam in the s8 ana Drug Store in readiness to tak
IsJ- AX1SAitsla where she burn, who bad been leading since play and much cheaper. Sold by Barclay &
St VS bSI dS5. began Thursday morning, was easily Groover, druggists. care of his practice on and after
t iha gry Welbornites attend- first with the remarkable record of
babc uae rat Lske City Saturday. .808. J. Spriggs Hall was second with Most disfiguring skin eruptions, Friday, Septem ber
ZacQmaryof Atlanta, Ga.V.%7.Mt Friday, September 3
t rB^ of Wdborn, is visiting Forty-six games were played by each scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due! .
Sad W. B. Zachery for sev- contestant in the tournament, 28 on to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit- His former prices will be main-
& days. each day. Checker experts from all terms is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes ta;ed
i. B. Cates, of Rome G, .,vis- parts of the south were entered, and ou clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear- I
w p"amnts, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. the entire tourney was closely watched Crown and Work
Sthis week. by interested spectators, themselves skinned. 11 brown and Bridge Work$5.00
Hook, of Tampa, arrived more or lem expert in the great game. DisaWrable at Home. and up.
afternoon. Mrs. Hook and her Macon was selected as the next meet-
S i tte baby are here visiting ing place of the association for its final Lots of men and women who are Plate, full set of teeth, $5.00
T. J. Hackney. tourney, the date to be arranged by agreeable with others, get "cranky" Pl and up.
MlcCleUan, of Miami, ar- officers elected after play closed Fri- and up.
hinMuaind wil speod several day night. The officers are C. D. at home. Its not disposition, its the
h'ia parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell, of Live Oak, president, liver. If you find in yourself that you m Fillings, 50 cents and up.
L. MeClelan. and C. M. Farrar, of Haddock, Ga., feel cross around the house, little Gold fillings, $1.00 and up.
6L Mays, of Tampa, was a promi- Secretary. things worry you, just buy a bottle of ol i1 an p.
visitor in town last week. The final scores of the tournament Ballard's Hertine and put your liver in 1 --
Sfor the leading players was as follows: You and everybody around ou
N ewburn News. F. B. Fishbun. of Columbia, S: C., will feel better for it. Price 50 cent W Or k Guaranteed
SD.808; J. Spriggs Hall, of Atlanta, .667; per bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug "
n. G. F. Newlan and Mrs. J. B. L. N. Chadwick, of Newbern, N.C., Company.
B visited friends and relatives .629; J. F. McCormick, of Columbia, S.
Pine Grove last week. They re- C., .602; C. D. Blahckwell, of Live Oak,.
Pleasant visit. '.574; C. D. Dugan, of Atlanta, .565; Fror Sale
school is progressing nicely and T. J. Bennett, of Jefferson, Ga., .558; 1I second-hand buggy.
a good so far. T. J. Driscoll, of Atlanta, .552. 1 second-hand 1-horse wagon.
picking and corn gathering is 16-16 reversible disc harrow, new.
l~sit important occupation on the Stops earache in two minutes: tooth- I 1 8-18 gang disc harrow, second-hand. 1 7s Ti 7' TI'^ -1 1
a t pr sent. For sale at a bargain. Cash or pro- ------ -
C. Johnson and B. J. Howes at- ache or pain of burn or scald mn five duce. t p ....
id camp meeting at Winn last Sun- minutes; hoarseness, one hour; mus- I also have a fine lot of l1-inch sea- L k A i^
rof route No. 1 from cleache, two hours; sore throat, twelve soned pine wood at my place in town. I 1 s1y O a MIl aii ift u rin gV
patrons .. ro hours-Dr. Thomas Electric Oil, mon- Quick delivery, $3.-, perl cord, 16 feet. 1 1
ase ga h they are now JACK GRLEMh'

served regUoarly. arch uver pari.
Irene Johs is visiting the home Not a minute should be lost when a
J. W. Cums, tlb week. J1il, FRW, I.
Ii. fe' W. Caon, thisweek. Not a minute should be lost when a.
are sorry to lteat that Mrs. Rob- FOR Wchild shows symptoms of croup. Cham-
Ind e of her children are sick. e Florida l l rlt berlin's Cough Remedy given as soon
tey will. G. A. H be welaga were in t as the chiid becomes hoarse, or even
'5and Mrs. G. A. Howes were in to *l l!Mn 1
,Oak shopping one day last week. !after the croupy cough appears. will
of the patrons of Newburn school Pensacola, Fla. -The action taken by, prevent the attack. Sold by Barclay 1F
ted to be present Friday and President Taft in commuting to six & Groover. druggists
r assistance in fencing the' months each the terms of imprison- E
grounds. ; ment imposed upon W. S. Harlan, man- Go toJ. A. ,JenKins for repairs of iI
SJohnson and W. Whatley at- ager of the Jacksonville Lumer Corn- wagons, buggies, log carts, guns, re-
the W. 0. W. lpiuic atWelorn! pany; S. E. Huggins and L. C'. Hilton, volvers, &c. Korse shoeing a specialty.
week. We have not seen either of the company, who were convicted in All work guaranteed, prices reasonable. C
since the picnic, but if Mr., the Federal Court here three years ago Shops located near Sawannte Ginning
did not enjoy the day 'twas on charges of conspiracy to commit Co's. Gin. tf
he failed to get enough dinner? j peonage, was last night communicated! f
ted meeting will begin Sat- by Attorney General WicKersham to -- --
at Rocky Sink. There will be'Special Assistant Attorney General
on the grounds Saturday. Ev- Reese, of this city. F O
is cordially invited to attend. I The Attorney General instructed that
Voyle has returned home after ,the Supreme Court mandate in these
Sway for two or three months. i cases V filed immediately and the
sing at Rocky Sink is progress-, sentences be executed without further
'itcely under the leadership of Mr. delay.
SIt is expected that the United StatesO neW eek
school will soon be out. We have marshal will leave for the Atlanta 'Fed-
three weeks more until the pres- eral prison Monday with the tree pri..-
closes. We have all tried to owners named, as well as Dr. Grace and REGINNING
best that we could, therefore I C. Gallagher, two other otficers of the
|Fsal have many pleasant memories lumber company who were convicted at
e days gone by. the same time and whose sentences as
ALMUS. i imposed by the court were not lessened
S/ by executive act. Harlan is one of the
Luraville Note%. wealthiest and most pronuiir.;t lumber
in interestingg games of ball tooL-; men in the South, and is a n,,phvw of "M yj l l. "
on the Luravil" e diamond on Sat- LUnited States Supreme Courl JtLlic.
mi, the 2th, the first between Lan- nat ,,an- _., I .


%I.%% I F 't t(k.. <(W
Lumber, Shlinmlea, EI. ti",
Lights, Power and T uetlM
Electric Lights in any part (of the city furnki
residence or Business 1Houses at a very ryammUabl
electricc power-Day and night current f, r man*f
ng purposes.
XNholesale and retail Ice-- out ,,f Citv ,,ritrs hav
ial attention, and all orders promptly Fi!ltt.
We willgive you good prices on low KrA loorirg. Come and get our pricc .

1 The Presbyterial Institute


A A -aft x!h ul where etart.its may 'a'
trheir s5(ln or daughter is receiving the i -' m
Saldvantages at irime cost andi enjo.~l..
homelike influences. Separate dormitori.-
fu( i boys and girls. Lare facultv and iw,-


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Well-Bred, H


Fat, Branded Brood Mares,

Four to







Gentle, Well-broken, Well-bred Work and Driving..

No Brand.

Will Trade

as Well

as Sell.





-'" uo 'ol I
jms to IIIa Wto le I"
$, th*r way to 14t W b
"Oh awa d III N d R

amuet sam mh theis.ifyo the

h.i* dmr p by doieg away vith a ce-
drab part of the upeowyou nt
bow in theut th.d e don nat
Med toMRn much as he reqr
thie;aad it bedoe e uamaiauk or
evemewathsris so Inm wIw

rtt U s ftk PO rtooea Um auaot do so hame, tbhm be ea am-
|M4 atm. m ee I aI e of life'ms eSoaft
F.c or miof itsl oric

.rM:J 4a" is"

flmju~l lito wakegit a felony
|fitM eb4 tidM l-sdd Thu
SIMIttiw bobby oamtothe

iOsty Recr R ad says that
.LWb. of that ity nat to
aA" that was dght ad a

M w eg Othw track. It may be-

iin t, a d how be ha
Ek ua mot-a the l-S

.. is a srarnl ide abroad that

Irhtl Sat returning and the
dl of the entire country ar~ aa
imod. Te mere fact that the
0I Ie thinking better times wiBl
m0h to make the tumes better.
inm is always better than pe-

She b" s da Initely established that
*m4ied.r hbog can be produced
l market in Florida at aboat half
u IM east it requires in the great
bi*te ofd the West. That means
die profit to be obtained in allm
imI and other meat states. -Levy

ALa advatiement is to a merchant
sr much what sowing seed is to a
It may take a little time for
Ipu ts to become apparent, but
m a re a to come. The wise far.
Is ot agardly with his seed, nor
wi. merchant with his advertise-

.9toa Superintendent Holloway did
lraword too much. A man, be
|vLte or black, who would steal or
to be stolen the questions or an-
to be used in state uniform ex-
should not be allowed to
bi the public schools of the state.
hi kltter was perhaps stronger
asemMIary, it will nodoubt accom-
the prpoa for which it was in-
,ad if it does, that is all that

S rural delivery system of the
States numbers daily 20,00.000
M d covers 40,919 routes. Since
fnt inaugurated several year
it has cost the government $170,
SL But the money has been wel
dfor in overcoming the isola
of country life and in giving up-tc
ptal facilities to the rural di&
it has induced thousands of younr
to remain oB the farms.

SWith turpentine selling for nearly 6&
; the price of lumber advancing
day and the demand greater thm
i ply; croasties higher than the
been for years; the farmers o
couty blessed with the big
oru crop in the history of tl
; ew green cotton bringing i
ic on the local market; good crops o
cane, sweet potatoes and
of farm products: Dlentv of fs

Tbm are hundreb, yes t6wm
d f ntlm in thenwrthwat ad Vwt
wahm k@adwinnm, tm hehusmd Wd
bther, Jut brely earns a uppert from
year to year. The familyis compelled
to live in a very limited manner because
of a very limited income. The house is
small, its location not the best, the food
is anty or nearly o, the clothing
barely sufficient, the winter clothing
hardly that, and the fuel bill seems to
be always growing more and more al-
though every effort is made to get along
with the least possible until in the loni
ad cold winter months it is an almost
constant shiver. To this may be added
the doctor's bill
For such a family, and there are hnn
dredsof them, to come to Florida
would almost be like escaping from a
sort of prison life to freedom; from al
most penury to a reasonable degree o
comfort. What such a family could
ave in fuel, clothing and doctor's bill
would pay the food bill. ,



But think of the contrast in the two
iive! There more than half theyear
vot in four or five close rooms either
toohot or too cold; the sunshine a
rarity, one hour out doors for five or
ta in the house; dull, gray, gloomy
dkiu mud, slush, icy walks nature
covered with the pall of death, tres
like skeletons, and oh, well the winter
need not draw out the picture more
Here plenty of sunshine, clouds and
gloom a rarity, sunshine nature's great
remedy for bodily and mental ills, the
great cure and'the great preventative
of disease. It cheers, it stimuites, it
inspires. Compare the statistics of the
two sections, say here and in New Eng-
land, and see how many suicides there
and how few here.
All know that there is nothing so
helpful to health of body and mind as
an outdoor life and plenty of sunshine.
Here little fuel is needed; here but lit-
tle clothing and that the lightest kind,
is required; and it lasts longer.
Here, with a patch of sweet potatoes,
and the little garden twenty or thirty
feet square, a large part of the family
living can be had, raised in the off houn
of the husband, perhaps helped by wif(
or child, and this garden is not for on(
or two months, but for twelve mnonthu
in the year, for something useful caw
be growing at all times. But what cai
a man do to earn something? An able
bodied man, willing to work, can havy
no real difficulty in earning a living
t anywhere here almost. If he should,
not get the work he prefers at first h
will later on. .An effeminate sort o
e person might have some trouble to ge
0 along, but a man would not.
e And think of getting away from th
B almost continue clouds and gra3
gloomy skies, from the chill and disa
11 trous east winds, from being cooped u
half the year or more in a few sma
D. rooms, from the slush, sleet and ico
s. from big bills for wood and coal, fh
g clothing, for medicine and doctors, fro
the "egrims" and that long list of evi
which man in the north is heir.
Oc And think of the delicious climate ai
g living out of doors in it, the sweetest
n healthiest climate ever breathed I
ey man; of the, beautiful orange grov
of and the fragrant orange blossoms,
g. the mocking bird, of the stimulatii
he ozone borne on the perpetual breez
51 that continually sweep over this peni
of sula from the Atlantic ocean on the o
ll side and from the Gulf of Mexico on t
at other. Think of our splendid pine f<





thingg piles provoke profanity, but
anity won't cure them. Doan';
tment cures itching, bleeding o:
ruling piles after years of suffer
At any drug store. 11

Professional Cards.


oIe 109. Live ( k, FI.



Ice, second floor Lewin building in
office rooms formerly occupied by
Dr. L. M. Dixon.

)R. J. W. WEST,

Offices up-stars over J. C. Baisden's
store, the two front rooms of whi.:h
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.









503 Bisbee Building


'ill practice in all the court ot the Stat. Spw
ial attention given to Ceoleyaocesa Coectit
qf Rental. Etc. All buioum promptbJ attmdi



Will do general practice in State anc
Federal Courts.
Postoffice Building.

'PEONg No. 190.




Live Oak. Fla.

Will practice in all the court.
Office second floor Parshley building.

Mules and Hors(

Farm Mules, Turpentin

Mules, Logging Mules

Farm Horses, Driving Horses, Harness
Horses, Saddle Horses
Now on hand and for Sale at

Mizell Live Stock Co


The Tradinr Season is rmow here and w.,e are open

nW is iiim nlillmmwi


Gooa Reasons

Sr -youJ shold waotm A
the "Uttlt ,ilmat." go
r titotain sro, tobig
I r^. infl tu y.i. M All baby ailm-- .|
little and big can be averWeby keepia It la perct health
bt .be tl. rtPleas td o mta rGe t. od hr nl the wenI
b y .rw flow &- & La Lb oA les i t T .w ll a
bobieM wel. Ploma tto take. G Ir tns.uawo--, wa.
Iick stOmaeh2 ma~te sad 0 "ate bote at Syour drobC |

U" Oak M

Wuhm in Ty"

better tLI sml mo- elm

Imt pad yt ense tht by thmeh
eadoet The ral big broW gap
Poe=u am Ut t be inw
e ttere th a rib that othms ritl
not rdaws tb he lmt fat ithe fat

they take oa a air of -madm- in
tbeirtrehta wem s the trtb o the

on the othe oo

a somtWW end one-sided shooting
a rd oeorred in Palatlk om oeght
last week who H. Fkley Tucker,a
I romineet real estate and gaue
petone wasr ered from is Some by

W= Id& BeWd, a gifted and attractive
oplardy of t hat city, ad when on a
not tret, ognis five times at Mr.
STiker. Oe of the five bullets struck
Mr. Tueor intbe foreBead, but g.c-
Si en ma& a&&h woad.
M~r. Stker and YM Bond had been
,t eim friends for years and were on the
Best of termsia ad er strange act cn-
not beek wanted fo. ley TukerThe attempted
is the talOne of the five bullets strewn.
is the talk of the town.

Our Mr. H

Stem market prsorhr""w

dise for the fall and winter. W

that our new stock will excel any w

brought to this market by way of

and general excellence. Our price

satisfactory as compared with present Ta

other market conditions. Our desire sil

fully up with the times, and we will

such merchandise as will be satisfactily-

respects. Our new goods are now beg

arrive. We invite your careful conidertii

inspection when ready to buy. We are, aa

r fully supplied with all kinds of goods neeo

immediate wants, and will be glad to supp*

at any time.

Yours respectfully,


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IWolfe on the Corner
White pe................... .. 6c
1 quart Booseho Ammnia ......... 0c
Pne aw Am.eria Hamerle
GuI ............ ........... ....... $15.00
Every part has a written guarantee
for m wear.
Rimate bet Ctalio ........ 5c a yd
Remnants bet Otigs........ 6c ayard
Rmants bet Gigha..... 6c a yard
Remennt- best Chambry...... 7 a yard
Most all you need at the old stad.

Mee. Lizzie and Henrietta Ambroe
were guests of relatives at Mayo last

SJ. B. Evans WWe hope to see every child of school
age in Live Oak enrolled as a pupil the
of Tallaha ee, very first day of school
W. Helveoaton
i turned from a Mt. T. S. Baisden and children have
at Tallahassee and returned home after a several weeks'
sort Irida stay in Atlanta.
ta hbman for the Master Walker Helvenston, who has
I" stad to Wayeros been at Saluda, N. C. this summer, ar-
psunt of the death of rived home Sunday to the delight of his
w e a ell known and mny fried.
1 on. of that city. Mrs. Dave Bardin, of Live Oak, and
I, who has been in who, with her children were visitmg in
as xtaded business Tifto, Ga, ha gone to Mt. Pleasant,
ra New York Life N. C., for a few weeks' stay before re-

spMMing this week at turning home.
Utler and is more; 5 or 6 does "666" will cure any
with the company. cae of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
and cigars at S. P. G.W.Carter, of N.wburn, was m the
city Saturday and informs us that last
Sand children are at week some one entered his mokehouse
weeks' stay at Suwan- and helped themselves to his year's
i t ire, Miss S. A. supply of baeon, and did not as much
b dall carme in with leave a note thanking him for it
w 11 und some time
w l l somte Hope still "springs eternal in the hu-
SetUin to their man sI" If you do not believe
S that, please explain why we all anu-
Dr. H. W. Tribble ally expect to come bak from our va-
|~ h next Sunday, cations really rested and with some
services Dr. money left?
B iand CoAbsolutely free-a handsome piece
If ogr fat man hear o jewelry at J. B. Evans'.
tio er. Services 11 C. D. Blackwell, cashier of the Live
9. Oak Bank, who attended and took part

pi. home is to go up
I. Dr. MeRehasede-
I a modern home on the
. h recently purchased
Sd has let the con-
to W. H. Good-
roet calls for a seven
Sld is to be neatly
and have all the

ntsmned Friday from
ks had been with D.
Sfall and winter
is well-known mer-
t The Worth-
IM l HBary is still in
up a few purchases,
within the next
iSrs returned home
where Mrs. Bais-
Shad been for the
d they accompanied

in the checker tournament at Atlanta
last week, returned Sunday. Mr. Black-
well made a fine record. He was elec-
ted president of the association.
Mrs. H. F. Dexter and daughter,
Miss Five Cents, and son T. D., will
leave today for Atlanta for a few days'
visit From Atlanta Miss Five Cents
will go to Staunton, Va., to resume her
studies at the Mary Baldwin, and Mrs.
Devter will go with T. D. Ito College
Park, Ga., where T. will enter the
G. M. A. for his second year's work.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lyons returned
last Friday from St Louis, where they
spent about ten days buying the fall
and winter line of goods for Mrs. Lyons'
millinery store. They were delighted
with St. Louis as a market and feel
satisfied they found there the very
latest and beat to be had in their line,
and at prices equally as good if not bet-
ter than offered in many other cities.


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

lass Watch Repairing

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

vn Done to Your Order
adl Jewelry purchased here can be neatly engraved

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UrrO~gus dmmmtllLC;
Rule. ft

Mn G ac ao Or .aft.r a
v tpeamat sit to hr hw rhW, Mr.
J T. Carme ad white fr a few dys
lt week, has rnedbhom.
ruit jar ehp t MayS.
Dr. H. W. ib t-l of th
the plpit at t raprt tehoch
thi city, Sunday marims ad mi".
You are invited to atted rviee at
the Baptist church Suny at 11 a. m.
Ad 710 p. m. Dr. bb a very
able minister of Lake City will preach.
Why send your son or daughter to
college out of the state? See Stetson
announcement, page 4
Mrs. Ed Porter and baby boy arrived
home from Atlanta the latter part of
last week. It will be gratifyg to
Mrs. Porter's friends to ean that she
is very much improved in health.
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A one ne.ox perumea, toilet waters,
face and talcum powders at Cook's.
Miss Jennie Weller, of Palatka, me
last week and is to make an extended
visit to her aunt, Mr. J. T. Carroll
Miss Weller has many frieds.in Live
Oak who will be glad to meet her agin.
Fresh line of Buist garden seed at
Prof. Collier, one of the editor's old-
time Citrus county friends and neigh-
bors, but now a prominent citizen and
one of the leading teachers of Alachua
county, was a vi r in Live Oak Sat-
Mrs. C. W. Bacheand daughter, Miss
Florence left Tuesday for the northern
markets to buy their fall and winter
stock of millinery. Mrs. Bache is con-
fident of this fall and winter's business
being good and contemplates buying a
very heavy line of both millinery and
dry goods.
If you don't drop around and pay
your subscription to the Democrat, we
will be compelled to hunt you up and
ask you for the amount you owe. We
could not, under the rule and regula-
tions of the postal laws, extend credit
except for a very short period it .we
were able (which we are not) to do so.
So drop in or send in and pay up your
Free Jewelry at J. B. Evans.'
A Shelbinian pressed to repent and
confess his sins during a recent re-
vival, finally he got up and said:
"Brethren, Ifeel the spirit moving me
to talk and tell what a mean man I've
been, but I can't do it while the grand
jury is in session." "Talk, brother,
the Lord will forgive," shouted the
preacher. "I guess that's right," said
the penitent, but the Lord ain't on the
grand jury."
House to rent, 219 Parshley street.
Apply next door or postoffice box 625.
The large, bright red star which
rises in the Fast about 8 o'clock each
night, and which has been attracting
so much attention of late, is said to be
the planet Mars instead of the Star of
Bethlehem. The unusual size and
brilliancy of the star is due to the fact
that Mars is several million miles
nearer the earth at this time than it
has been in many years. Mars is well
worth the trouble of looking for and
may be plainly seen by looking toward
the East between 8 and 9 o'clock any
clear night.
Have your pictures framed at Cook's
and you will be pleased.

Col. Helvenston, of Lake City, was
in the city Saturday the guest of his
son, B. W. Helvenston, and family.
Col. Helvenston was in the mercantile
business in this city for sometime years
ago, and after closing out his business
here, he became interested in the real
estate business in Jacksonville and
puts in a good part of his time in that
city. He still retains his home in Lake
City, where his estimable wife thinks
she has the best friends and neighbors
in the world and where she is very
content to remain.
You can get a handsome piece of
guaranteed gold and gold plated jew-
elry free at J. B. Evans'.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Harvard returned
Sunday from New York, where they
had been for the past three weeks to
Sbuy the fall and winter millinery and
dry goods for the Ladies Emporum.
SThey were assisted in buying by Miss
Dougiass, the milliner, and in r. Har-
vard's opinion he purchased the finest
line and best and largest assortment of
fall and winter goods he has ever
bought. Miss Douglass, the expert
milliner, who had charge of the millin-
erv department of this store last sea-
son, will again have charge of this de-
partment, much to the delight of her
friends, and is expected here Sunday
i from her home in Atlanta. Mrs. Stand-
I iford, one of the most popular of sales
ladies, will be in charge of the suit de-
partment. She is expected here some
time next week.
Fine quality of rice at 5 cents per
pound at Mays'.

Seeing Prof. Edwards on the streets

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Centrally loatd *xel
equippeud-cMrative yuis~ *
this Bank off eovr cia,e U,
promptness and courtry to da

The Citizens Bank of Live Oak



CoL J. F. Harrell was in Madioan
Tuesday on business.
Mr. Harry Blackburn came over
from Jacksonvile Saturday night and
spent Sunday with the home folks.
Miss Eva Hildreth left Tuesday
for Americus, Ga., where she will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. L Coun-
cil, for several days.
Mrs. H. E Barcus and two interst-
ing littk daughters, accompanied by
Mr. Harry Mullerleft Friday of lt
week for a two weeks' visit to friends
and relatives at Citra.
Mrs. Ed Hawkin, who is tak the
short-hand course in the Southern si-
ness college, visited relatives at We-
born Sunday.
Mr. Tucker, with the S. J. White
Shoe Store, has returned from a two
weeks vacation which he spent at Pa-
latka with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Major Kirn, of Hastings, the
accomplished wife of the Irish potato
king of that section of Florida, was
the guest of Mrs. P. E. McNeal, of
this city, last week.
5 or 6 doses "866" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Col. J. L. Lee, formerly of thi city,
but who recently had an office in Jack-
sonville, where he was laying the foun-
dation for a lucrative law practice, has
decided that Live Oak is the best city
in the whole country. He has closed
his office in Jacksonville and opened an
office here again, hung out his shingle
and is ready for business. CoL Lee's
family are at Jasper, but he expects to
move them here as soon as he can dis-
pose of his property interests there.
Best soda water in town at Cook's.


The HRi SkooM wEM eo-a
Semptenker t- i
C. N. iYmd L I

Two wJho wee bk ie
ie eaty the sMt wL 5e n

Br.t be vi 1toli
bo paper m tos tM
Mine Lyeesb bms

daughter, Mrs L AL. h,
Mrs. T. J. MesBath e -
Seth of No r r p, c

DaM rs. Mis ikMb m
sidmd at Gnr Cw rL
route to ar MW AM ti-m eLm
Mr. Mcfesth h ss Li
a princiapl aof t IPt -ea d
Dr. ArMt -
profaioaal vast to UnOe J i
Offee, Hotlf nmmLQ A
che, nservooumes and eye t
M. C. HiaonC ad LL h em
Kirkland were au tCo e
ofarmen s the oy 5Mu ,
ina.aa had the{feE( Mk
to lO hias dwJLi smdM4
H i s s m o e i l h o f 6 d 9 S m a "
buildings, toew Ur with hb "ed
meat and pmoioM alw w T
lees was partii1 wo d ty he

Mrs. Dave Henry was the charming -w, Z- e am
hostess of the Earnest Workers Tues- The many frerms of Mm h s--
day afternoon. This was undoubtedly phry will rgret to tat ohas
one of the most enjoyable meeting thus ben in very poor heath lar .I l
far this summer. Besides the members Mrs. Humphrey ft r
Mrs. Henry had several visiting guests i Thomas.vill Ga. whLsl hase--tL
among them being Mrs. Port Leaven- the saitarium there for tCr mt.
good, of Ocala, and Mrs. T. J. Mc- We sincerely trust that her Uhem to
Beath, of Green Cove Springs. The not a serious one, and that se
society is to meet with Mrs. Eb Groover soon be restored to ihw r al
next Tuesday afternoon, health.



man is king, you'll find that
our Porch Furniture is the
kind that is necessary to make
the enjoyment of the porch
this weather complete. A few


uf our specials:

Porch Rockers, Porch Shades, Set-

tees, Hammocks and Porch Chairs

The Newly Maried

c,'ullle will be able to, "rtrvtt'
that dvliar the, fithot hbrr T tt,


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ad iss VastWe
t city Saturday.
ies Rie Porr at-
ke City Satur-

IL Hail, Jr., sad
mto Lake City sat-
dy with fretives

-far ad barbecue.
S and little son Nel-
MMs about the 10th
L ., where they have
i rnmmer with Mrs

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aldrmen J. M. Barclay, S. J. hue,
C. W. Rogers, D. L. Byrd and F. W.

Pli~lat laet Note'...

iumo.go, sprains, sun joints, or any-
thing of like nature use Ballard's Snow
1.iniment and in no t;mo vnll an thro l

D nIb I. T!:. 'hilathea c!a~s m et in business .*,........ L f.1 V JJVU I 1 "II
Council proceeded to take up equaai- Tue h eveig at the home away your crutches and be as well as
nation of tax rolls for the year 199 .- ,Tu anvune. Price 25c, 5c and $1.00.
but not having time to complete or e iC. ; Y I, f:r the purpose of Sold 6y Suwannee Drug Co.
again, a elUcrikw a t's'ditia for !he class. as
same took recess to meet again, Tlu.i- 1.;r. H. Broxn. who has so abiv
day 19th. J. E Wood, Presde.H.rxnwh has so ab
. Lewin, E Wood, Presid. el that ufih-e fur Ihe past few \il.lIAMS' KiI)NEY PILLS.
A. H. Lewin er. months. aves soon for Tampa, her Have you neglected your Kidneys?
future home. Mrs. Brown will be f!ave you overworked your nervous
Thursday, August 19h. missed bv all Live Oak friends, but .sys!ern and caused trouble with your
The city council of the city of Live doubly so by the Philathea class, as kidno'! s and bladder? Have you pain
Oak, Fla., met persuant to reces-. she has shown marked faithfulness. :il loi:is. side, back, groins and blad-I
Present J. E. Wood, president of sincerity and interest in each member d-.r'l ilavy you a flabby appearances
council, and alderman J. M. Barclay, since becoming a member of the class. of the face, espcciallyv under the eves?'
S. J. White, D. L. Byrd, C. W. Rog- The class, as a whole, trust that she Too freq!ient a desire to pass urine'
ers and F. W. Butler. will meet with as much success in her If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
Council proceeded to take up equali- new home in the same work as she has eurrp vou -at druggists, price 50c.
nation of tax rolls for the year 1909, in Live Oak. The Philatheas showed \\Williarms M'f'g. Co.. Props., Cleve-
but not having time to complete. same extremely good judgment in electing land. 0. Suwannee Drug Co.
took recess until Friday night, August Mrs. M. K. Jones to take Mrs. Brown's I
20, 1909. J. E. Wood, President. place as president. Mrs. Jones is en- The catch of red snappers at Pensa-
A. H. Lewin, Clerk. ergetic, works unceasingly for the in- The catch of red sappers at Pensa-
terest of the class, and has been one cola is reported smaller than ever be-
Friday, August 20th. of the most enthusiastic members the fore.
The city council of the city of Live class has ever had. and they feel con-
Oak, Fla., met persuant to recess, fident she will fill this responsible office Have You a Babv ?
Those present, J. E. Wood, president, quite well. Then watch it closely. And above all
and alderman J. M. Barclay, D. L. I Miss Rosa Wolfe was elected assist- th w it e. An a l
Byrd, C. W. Rogers and F. W. Butler. ant secretary, t, take the place of Miss things don't let it suffer for any length
Council proceeded to take up equali- Hallie Mardre, who recently married of time with worms that is fatal. If
zation of tax rolls for the year 1909,' Mr. W. H. Dowling, of Starke. it's complexion gets yellow and pasty,
but not having time to complete the Several other business discussions if it is listless, cross or peevish, gets
work took recess until Monday, 23rd of came before the class, and were de- thin, suffers with flatulence give it
August. J. E. Wood, President. cided upon, after which delightful re- thin- suffers with flatulence ive it
A. H. Lewin, Clerk. freshments, consisting of ice cream and White's Cream Vermifuge. The only
cake, were served by Miss Flossie Byrd cure that never fails and has no bad
Monday, August 2rd. and Miss Maggie McGhee. effects. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.
The city council of the city of Live The Philathea class is doing good
Oak, Fla., met persuant to recess, work here, and hope to build the class A cannery ha. been established at Ft.
4Thoee present were J. E. Wood, pres- up considerably when the warm sum- Mvers.
ident of council, and aldermen J. YM.mer days have passed.
Barclay, S. J. White, D. L. Byrd, This is not a denominational class, IHRIIHS' LIVERWORT
W. R ers and F. W. Butler. d though it meets at the Baptist church Tr and ('anchalagua
o Rers and Lyle, superintendent ever Sunday morning at 9:45.
of water work for 2,500, was accepted. Everybody invited to visit the class. l or the coniple (cure of Coughs,
Council proceeded to take up equali- REPORTER. Colds..\sthma and Bronchitis and alt
zation of tax rolls tor the year 1909, ln111g complaints tending to consump-
but not having time to complete same, 3Middietlon Itenm. tionl. iv took recess until Tesday, 24th Aug. Jon Dees is visiting his sister at ave for aes maintained an estab-
J. E. Wood, President. Sanderson this week.
A. H. Lewin, Clerk. We learn that Prof. J. H. Russel has ll'hed r,'putauion as a standard

Tuesday, August 24th.
The city council of the city of Live
Oak, Fla., met persuant to recess.
those present were R. E. McNeill,
mayor; J. E. Wood, president of coun-
cil, and aldermen J. M. Barclay, S. J.
White, C. W. Rogers, D. L. Byrd and
F. W. Butler.
The council together with the mayor
as a board of equalization resumed the
equalization of the city tax rolls at
which session the said tax rolls were
completed. By unanimous vote of
council, said city tax rools for 1909
were ratified and adopted as equalized.
By vote of council the city clerk was
instructed to notify through the mail
all parties who had given in their taxes
andwhose valuation had been raised.
That'there would be a session of the
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discontinued his school at Sullivan and Couih teminedy. It coutain~ no opi-
gone to South Flrida to look up an- uni or'hariiitul drug, can be given
other position. We regret very much .ith \ atyt. o c'hildrpn. Price $1.00.
to lose Prof. Russel and his estimable
family, but wish for them much suc- Sold bvy drisis. Williams M''g.
cess in their new location. Co., Props.. ('leveland, 0. Suwannee
Mr. and Mrs. Cadwell, from Georgia. Drug Co.
are visiting the family of W. S. Suli-'
van this week. "ro e
Rev. G(. P Sauls has moved to Tafla-
hassee. Bro. Sauls will be very much You, mu-st have good health. You
missed by his many friends here, but, can't have good health if vour liver is
all wish for him muh success in his not doing it's duty -.slow but sure pois-
new home. zoning is going on all the time under
Mrs. C. L.. Sealy and little Mis, .such circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
Kathlene Thompson \ isited relatives; makes a pertectlh healthy liver-keeps
near O'Brien Friday and Saturday. the stomach and bowels right and acts
.,lrs. C. M. Ederitield attended the: as a tonic for the entire system. Sold
Union meeting at Union church, near i by Suwannee Drua Co.
O'Brien, last week.
Rev. W. M. Sumner, who lives a[out Notie
thr,.. mi;./P d.-;.: nf 6 A 1- .-. v&Ar c loiice.

Hsuthe No Pole a iR U The
A.IJisihOik. A. fi PRICi

-I.m u A. d"I'=-t steIr Has x F

Mon ol a.d MF. htBt o f e ai
Th wDeya Avgf.,r I J au twelve d lic Hei 3 2 o wn$6., -
"R emea n tbiofthetyof Live tohe W way th the Elesme O bappi-' -w---- '-'-"d m

pllug Were J. K4c04 Dr. Cook is an bo__ the Danish bC00 "
sia id &Man= C. The bank clearings of Jacksonville Ext
. X. 19ar --LON&a taroute
to' like u wli i D Dr. w Cook's P r i3 n w s sen t 954.63 over July of l t year. Wl td bi
ad S Sft time to by-a- Ge Mt hio ad the..
mmuiset the woik took rucm until steamer, and remb as Mows: and remove t
A t 1Wth e have on board an American IW AR EPOWI R ha ot a
J. Wood, President. traveler, Dr. Cook, who reached the -
A. H. Le.wi'n," Wa North PoleArl 21, 1908. Dr. Cook f. D AP bm8 .-in.. t" soak atlt l
RA. arrived at Uppemnivik, the nortern- st at the ieydiwr 0~ The abo
i Ag. -- A 1t. h most Danish settlement in Greenland, To treat Dandruff, Tad Hair, fonad whid
o layftuge of. Lon an island off the west coast, in May with irritants or oil@ on. which pars- bo k
The council of the tyof Live Oak, of 1909, from Cape York (in the north- tiC germ will pst i som
FL, met pn t to recess. west part of Greenland, onBaffinbay. ter rom te ocean to prevent th e tm ytry a m
Ptet J. E Wood, president of The Eskima ux of Cape York confirm from ris i .a FREE tothet
coucl an aWe1n Je. n 1 BDr. Cook's story of his journey. cue tbthafa riht i StuCoZ If yoUhave o
J. White. C. W. Rogers, S.A. Himely The doctor started on his present ex- of the ft"wt1 rcaum of tMhe
Pd F. W. Butler. petition in th summer of 1907, sailing I trouble. eII;sebo .k t.,
Couil proceeded to take up equali- from North Sydney. C. B., on board You mut kill the Dludrua f a calling at our
nation of tax rolls for the year 1909, the schooner John'R. Bradley. Newbro's Herpide does this became It
not having time to complete the work The party was reinforced with Is specially made to do that ey thin.
took reas until Monday 16, 1909. sledges, dogs and Arctic equipment at i Wen the germ Is removed the hair OC
J. Wood, Presdent. Etah. Greenland, whence they sailed'hslO choice but to rume halthy
A. H. Lewin, Clerk. March 3, 1908. Dr. Cook's pran was rth and beauty n re e
to set aside all tradition by making a Destroy the cause, you remove t
Monday, Aug. 16th. dash to the pole during thole during the winter d b leading rts. Send e t
The city council of the city of Live months when the elements are consid- stamp for sample to The Herpldde Co.. .
Oak, F., met persuant to recess. ered the least advantageous for an ad- Detroit, Mich | EV M
Present J. E Wood, president of vance northward. one Dollar bottles guranteed. IS
c tufl, PM aldermen J. M. Barclay, The last news received from him was
S. J. White, D. L Byrd, C. W. Rogers dated March 17, 1908. when he was Suwannee Drug Co., special agents.
and F. W. Butler. I near Cape Thomas Hubbard. '
Council proceeded to take up equali- T.S. Baisden was down at Santa Fe!
zatin of tax rlols for the year 1909, Health the first of the week to visit his daugh-
but not having time to complete the 1Means to ability to do a good day's ter, Mrs. W. H. McGregor and to look j
work took recess until Wednesday,work, without undue fatigue and to after business interest there.
18th August.
J. E. Wood, President. find life worth living. You cannot have

A. H. Lewin, Clerk. indigestion or constipation without its lioppity Hop.
upsetting the liver and polluting the Are you just barely getting around !
Wednesday, August 18th. bood. Such a condition may be best by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
The city council of the city of Live and quickest relieved by Herbine, the less you have lost a limb or have a de-
Oak, Fla., met persuant to recess best liver regulator that th he world has for.ity-if your trouble is rheumatism,
Present J. E. Wood, president. a'id ever known. Sold by Suwanne DrugCo. .


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SNOW ga"Wl

toWit W4
reiebolo, Cu, teb:r kaM. d -
.nare Spreyo, Corin, e t th dm
severe atao tihe- the h
ajttsRm c dtQ by d tad so ie
that~edikldrt deed wiulte
September. A. I
0. W. Wallace. Cripple witam I
Creek, Colo., writes: I Lth1 d&YofAm"
have used your liniment Clerk Ciruat
in a severe attack of Rbeu-
matism caused by cold and
exposure to the weather. Saleof SuwmaweI
Two applications relieved Da Wa"B.M *
me and I recommend it Notice hweri
highly." CouiOMeitne7
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Wrmns, sr
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St. Louis, Mo bidd; ad We
the first day dofI'M
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Warante in I Im
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In the District Ctn
th fl tho I lk.. d d

an eight oduhamd-cha
in vidml u bom Sub.
jecto "LJcb Sm in the P&
cc. To the first fifty
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ida, Buakrpt. b
To the en"lma-d
Pimnemont, iti
and Ditictuft
Notice is herebh
Augst. A. D. 1 t
was duly adjldihma
meeting f his
housein Live Oakb
Po"da. in the Dt .A
ber.A.D 190S @tl'
hieh time the said
their claims, appoint a
Bankrupt and trna
may properly come

Dated at Lake Ci:y.
A. D. 1'9.
Notice of AppbtelM
Under Section 8 el
Laws of Florid .
Notice is herebY 9i 1e
chaser of Tax Certifi
1st day of July. A. .
tificate in my officeM
for tax deed to isu b
Said certificate
property situated in
to-wit: Nw''. SectiamA
13 East. 160 acres. T
at the date of the OWI,
the name of 1st Natio ,1
said certificate shall e
law, tax deed will iUm
day of September. A- .D.
Witness my official u"04
.'.th day of August. A. D.,
Clerk tCircuito rt. SLu

Notice tol. Ilnte fl'
Finnl Dww~II

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White formey
13 5 bqriaenss

i.aM qp from Al-
t the day with
.o syriuges and

dughter, Miss Rosa-
after a delight-
of Jacksonville, I
dto MiNes Goodbread's

d 1ifton, Ga., is in the
H la her bright little
,tl guest of her sis-
i d school suits at S.

SGroover and children
[Wedmoday after an ex-
relatives and friends

Lawlr, returned to her
Yesterday after sev-
bh this city the guest of
Will Tedder returned
rm North Carolina,
spent the greater

aengood, of Ocala,
abe businessL uinager
is in the city the
Mrs. Lee Cox, at

itioal Biscuit Company
,September 5th at
M m.,3:30 p. m.,
Evangelists R. A. and
conduct the meet-
I. Noble and Miss Mabel
special music at each
to all the meetings and
of candy for five cents

. Cranberry, one of the
mA Plomin*et educators, is
i~t few days the guest of
k eUaUs, Col. Ira J. Carter.
ah- accented a nsi-


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^WWe Give AAI

C om s.o & ,,. iGold and Gold Plated i Irret P al ki"P otc.. "
All n. a. On Cash purchases d $10 we willgive $1 worth f Jcw*y m and a
CoL J. F. Harrell left yesterday for pieces Of JeCWelryiswarranted to b t.efS as asr ed. sictc a
Macon, Ga., on a business trip. our show window.
Miss Josephine Briere, of Lake a Cite any a
Wlder, w eek.. y any part of the city

Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Hillman and
neice, Miss Ethel Wilder, who have T T
been at Waynesvillee, N. C., for the
past month, returned home Wednes- j B| E V A N S
day night. V
Miss Fannie Sheppard, accompanied
by her little neice, Birdie Lee Wilder, LIVE OAK, FLG
left for herhome in Lake City Friday,
aftMrs. extended visit to her sister,
Mrs. E. L. Wilder.

J. W. Register was down from Jas-
per Tuesday and Wednesday to attend
the annual meeting of the Suwannee
Hardware Co., of which he is a stock-
houlder and member of the board of

Little Frank Airth celebrated his
seventh birthday anniversary Wednes-
day by entertaining a number of h:s
little friends at his home on Connor
street. The little folks had a 'good
time all around, and all wish for this
popular little gentleman many happy
Messrs. R. P Hopkins and D. M.
Lewis, of Live Oak, came to Jackson-
ville Saturday and were guests at the
Seminole club until Sunday afternoon,
when they went to Pablo Beach, re-
turning to Jacksonville yesterday morn-
ing. They returned to Live Oak yes-
terday afternoon.-Times-Union, Au-
gust 31st.
The issuance of warrants for the ar-
rest of the keepers and inmates of the
bawdy houses near this city on Monday
had the effect of running them out of
the county. Should they ever attempt
to return they will be arrested, and
placed in jail if bond is not furnished.
A splendid riddance-their room is
worth much more to Suwannee county
than their company.

r College, at ake H-on. W. A. Tison, of Welborn, with If the above will make you
ViWat insMtitution ;s to be the other members of the committee
spoa m r the ser- appointed by the Joseph Finnegan a customer, we respectfully
l and scholarly gentle- Camp Confederate Veterans, were solicit your atronage in
here Wednesday and Thursday of this
week, conferring with the committee Building Supplies.
h & Thomson's advertise- appointed by the city council and board
y 's paper. of trade to make arrangements for the We carry everything a first-
Smeeting of the stockhold- entertainment of the state re-union of class fully stocked establishment
f1 mae Hardware Cor- the Confederate Veterans, to be held should.
IW at the office of the com- in this city Oct 20-21, inclusive.
B ening. The report The various committees working on I
avery good and the program of entertainment for the -I i
the past year. old Confederate Veterans reunion to be
r than the con- held here in October held meetings in t
rac, onidering the this city Wednesday and Thursday, a
of de lastyear, s- full account of which will be published
line. The old next week. Much interest is being
for the ensuing taken in the reunion by our people, and Lum b
,0. 0. Williams; one thing that makes it of especial in-ber Co
iheaourer, R. E. McNeill. terest just now is the approaching cele-
bration of Admiral Semmes' one hun-
ad Mr. Johndon, work- dredth birthday, and along with this
of the Government might be mentioned the fact that only
t, spent Wed- three people of the Confederate navy *
where Mr. Meharg areliving in Florida who surrendered,
addres along the lines with Admiral Semmes at Greensboro, |d |U | 1( 1 3
b some twenty-five or N.C., in 1865, viz.: Judge A. O. Wright,
e rme of this of Jacksonville; Ben S Herring of Tal- Colic, Cholera & Diant Reedy
to et up and lahassee, and T. J. Appleyard, of Lake -
th instructions given City.
because of the success ty Alost even family as need
demonstrative work The Jacksonville Times-Union of last of a reliable remedy for colic or
Actual ex rience has Friday contained the following veryhea at ding the
by him to complimentary notice of one of Live darea at some time g
Oak's prominent citizens: Hon. L. E. vear.
.s, p Roberson, of Live Oak, spent yesterday This remedy is recommended
wiad, prmincialof the in the city, coming here to trans- b,- dealers who have sold it for
Sto the city .Mon- act certain important legal mat-
spet the vacation at ters. Mr. Roberson is one of the lead- mcy years and know its value.
Carolina. He is ing members of the state bar. He held It hAs :rceived thousands of
ld spirits and is now the high honor of being state's attorney .( 'i::nias from grateful Deoole.
for.schoolopening. He in his circuit two terms. an4 u%,n lbe- has been prescribed by phy-
eCorps of trained ing urged to accept a third term de- scans with the mot sat~actory
tS prspectsarethat the clined on account of his desire to he-s w t
i Bigh School will be come a member of the legislative de- rets.
o e. t School will apartment of the state government. As It has often saved lie before
SStember: 20th, with a member of the last legislature he medicine could have been sent for
eers: Miss Virginia es cialy distinguished himself h hs phsan su one.
Maaret Lewis, Miss valiant fight in ,benalf of the constitu- It onlr caii a quarter. Can
E Mundy, Miss Ada tional amendment providing for the It only a quarter.C
Talbot, Miss Daisy question of prohibition to be submitted you afford to r:. so much for so
Hardage, Miss to a vote of the people in November of lde BUYC 11 NOW.
a nd Miss Nettle Swin- next year. He was one o the candi-
dates for .pake- ship of the ho',.se. and' ------- -r
U as we expected. Sid his defea tlor this position was doubt-
lMa here to New York a less due to the fact that it was the lack
with T. S. Baisden and of acq uaintance with the legislators.
Slbt he didn't stay with However, he made a Lta,,d race against
SVisiting great dry these odds, and should he be returned
ts and examining to the legislature next tim- it is (,no-,
and the various sit!le that he wa i it.eci' eand prove a ETere is
of dress oods to be very foriribl:i'e c in t ia folr the 'i- scarcely any limit to the
I i winter di not inter- tion of ir.-1': ;in o .r o f th ilou.e. po ible improvement in seeds,
but it takes time and money. We hbav
ood it as lone as he been improving flower and vegetable
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CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR. hesitate to state his position when
Interesting Coatest is Assured Be- "In speaking of the drainage work
tween Broward and T aerr.m in the Everglades he said the dredges
are doing very effective work and that
an immense area will be reclaimed. He
That former Gov. Napoleon B. Brow- has not changed his opinion as to the
ard is a candidate for United States advisability of draining the Everglades
Senator is assured in an interview and still bevieves that the State will
which he gave in St. Augustine a few greatly profit by the reclamation of the
days since, overflowed land."
toward is a factor and an important
ome m the political of the State, and it
will be between him and United States ACCIDENT AT DOWLINi MILL.
Senator James P. Taiaferro.
The St. Auguitine Record, in speak- Arthur Dowling Had His Foot Badly
ing of the matter says: Arthur Doin Had Hi Foot Badly
"Ex-Gov. Broward will be a eandi- Mashed Monday.
date for United States Senator at the
next primary. This question, which
has been dilcused by the State press Monday afternoon Arthur Dowling,
freently of late is answered. an employee of the Dowling mill, was
"Mr. Broward pent yesterday in the engaged in coupling log trucks at the
city and was interviewed by a Record mill, and dropped the coupling pole be-
representative. He was asked the fore it was far enough into the socket
question direct and he answered it as to be supported. The pole was upward
straight as it was uked, without quib- of thirty feet in length and of consid-
bling or beating about the bush. He erable weight. The end, shod with an
said that he intends to become a candi- iron clevis, fell on Mr. Dowling's right
date, but that it is very early to make foot, mashing the first two toes. The
an announcement or to launch the cam- great toe was amputated by a surgeon,
ain He will be found a very active but the other was cut off so clean that
factor when the campaign opens being amputation was unnecessary.
a hard fighter and a tireless worker. The young man is a cousin of the
"His business here yesterday was of owners of the mill and came here some
a private nature, and he had no inten- time ago from Live Oak. He is very
tion whateveiof announcing his can- popular and the accident is much re-
didacy until he was accosted by the gretted by his friends. -Stark Tele-
Record representative, but he did not graph.

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Milligan has a baseball nine composed
of pretty girls of the town.
9 Woosd Descriptive
Fall Seed Catalog
now ready. tires the fullest
inkrmat on about all
Seeds for the
F&bm and Garden,
Graes and Cloven,
Vetches, Alafa,
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc.
AL o tells all about
Vegetale & Flower Seels
that can be planted in the fall to
advantae and prozt, and about
Hyaonths. Tulim and other
Flow gri Bulbs, VegetabW. and
SStrawbery Plants. Poetry
Suppies and Fertits.
Iarcry hruw and Gur9,wr :M14a
have tbli c'utlg. It inva.usble In
its h'rltpfne-s sud sugeet'lve kIdeafr
a rrnflflkl end tUstfac ory Farm cr
G;-den. Catalog mailed fre on
roCuOet. riteftor it.
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Srpka e [IDv.
The first Saturday in October will
soon be here. We ask that every o
in Florida ve the inu n of that
day to the Florid Bat rp- f.
Arcada, Fla. ThL irrtit~tina Mfa

send us the en"rma o a wr
'good day. With mamyti isar ey
hmy day, beeam t te
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orthi. ad o$Qn t.mt e -.
oIt t mi ltiMo dbriaM
More tha Y twmty rL ae e b
tan w aituih W" we h-ved .
stanl amId Tor. to Wt h b

o aw aam,pee MWsm ebmw in.
with Whe m we
te Ra atd Sler f ybo'=

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sanitarium which we have nm -d
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