Title: Suwannee Democrat
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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: September 10, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00576
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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'invites you to become one of its customers. If you are already doing
Swe thank you; if not, read the statement below and ope~ an accounts
Make it a rule to accommodate every farmer worthy of credit, most es
: who deposit their tunds with us when not needing the same.


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R E S O U R C E S
Loans and Discounts .---------------- $183,327 16
.U. S. County and City Bonds ------- 63,999 34
Bankwig House Furniture and Fixtures 7.680 00
Cash and Due from U. S. Treasurer.. 52,141 21
Real Estate Account -. 5,979 67
TotalResources ---- -------- $313,127 38


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The resources of this Bank on the 1st day of September of this year was just Eighty-
one Thousand One Hundred and Six Lollars and One Cent more than on the corre-
Ssponding day of 1908, one year ago. We have over One Thousand Accounts on our
Books. Does not the above facts convince you that it will be to your interest to do
Business with the First National Bank?


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Fto murf i C circumstance. at this important meai g.
V. .N.t ly hu the rop bee ct sbLhort Rsqwduy
iymg t lBsat .me-thal, but the G. H DO r
B|inects have alWo feted it to PaLE! PILE! PILB!
u atint, I whaat tt Of theOrAs- Williams' Indian Pile Ointiment
M i t will Barely bring ft haiSdwe will cure blind, Bleeding and Itching
Spie. to thoe whoareable to hod it Ples. It absorbs the tumors, allays
On me stated Wedneday that he itching at once, acts as a poultie,
to h .e a_ i gives instant relief. Williams' I-
Sd eighty acres, and that it woud dian Pile Ointment is prepared for
id yied a ble to every seven acres in the Piles and itching of the private parts.
6 etire piece, while up to the 1st of Au- Sold by druggists, mail 50c and $LO0
Sgut it was one of the finest patches to Williams M'f'g Co., Props., Cleve-
befoupd in the county. He states he land 0 Suwannee Drug Co.
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n finds them all in about the same condi-
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l m"b"Last, only 7yeiarsof ae At present they are paying $1 per
at a Ie m her." i bundred pounds for picking, which, ow-
"V w Mare do you want for theI ig to the wet conditions, growers claim
t-mr adA. jA rally amounts to about $1.50, but they
'#h stk wyq. I am a poor man' compelled to do it or let the staple
l gl hard lhck. You ean stay i the field.
IAlacha has been paying 5 cents for
Sdot felowhbe wooidhaw thebstplein the seed, and 21 cents in
*ll m Th the lint, while it is rumored that the
iiMa a 'slh aaad the Tucker interest in Gainesville have
a Tbh Cly, wh-rb ty hey beating this price, paying 5j cents
l o w JudaC.aLJaesaM dinthe seed and ashighas 25 centsin
S tMw hld for horse l- the lint for some really choice cotton.
P Cotto buyers in wagons are now be-
l^I 4A"O ba% .Rant was sat ing attered all through, the county,
the rtyv4ve other poom -: mad it is md they are picking up every-
e y jail, ad adl sweat it out thing they can get at the.presentprices,
l h be iksemrt '"ighOr p f" for it is beleived that the great scar-
b n bMthadtHnRmt wassentupre-'dcty of the crop will compel it to go as
SySfo and Wp d high as 30 cents before the season is
^ f t ate parover in Florida. -Gainesville Sun.


-~ belai'sA Colic, Cbhoera and
ibll~a Rmedy is today the bet
am mdicine uin me for the relief
Ibowekoaqdahita. Iteorea
mkbeo dymot and
1ji0 t at the AiMtuatal
s be bowel Itiseqoafy
t for dwcludn a!d adult It
s cr Sold M by Barclay
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sth a B-iness Cellege Notes.
S:h fai trm bids very promising at
Bth New students are com-
i s y week. Those who have a-
iti the lat few days are:
SSeweAl, Jaeksnvie, short
ilputct; Mee ws. B. Prie,
i M C.raby, dty and H.G. Hil-
s.l F.D. No. 3, city, telegraphy

1. W. W. Watson, of Trenton, re-
t" d his three S O to complete their
v drndal studies. A great many
n are expected within the next

SMr. Neaso Andrews, a very aged
| f coomitted suicide in Tampa bv
-1t g himself in the mouth with a
Oi: AI The reason assigned for the
" at was that he was tired of life, hav-
1. livedd man's allotted tUme.


St earache in two minutes; tooth-
8mh rpam of burn or scald m five
aote; hoarseness, one hour; mus-
"dAul two hours; sore throat, twelve
Abm-Dr. Thomas Electric Oil, mon-
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BIG CORPORATION FORMED.


Land to Be Developed in An Eas-t
Coast Section.
DeLand.-Another big naval stores
caperation is to oe organized in this
county, with a capital stock of $60,000.
Merans. D. B. Paxton, G. A. Powell, S.
B. Wilson and D. P. Smith, incorpora-


toast The company will be
the Rogers Naval Stores


known as
Company,


taking in about 15,000 acres of the
finest land in the county and as fine as
there is in the State. This means many
towjan&d of dollars of new money for
Vousia county, for the naval stores
products of the tract itself will sell for
an immense amount in the markets.
The incorporators are all capitalists
and successful business men ot Volusia
county, and they are to be congratu-
lated on acquiring this fine property.
The land is located between Lake Helen.
Lake Ashley and New Smyrna, the
Florida East Coast railway traversing it. |
CoL Paxton, who has been in the
woods in the naval stores business for


Don't waste your money buying plas- 0 aval, so 1 took UT lamI
ters when you can get a bottle of Chai- y houaerwok 8in thmmy twi
berlain's Liniment for 25 cents. A A A
piece of flannel dampened with this
liniment is superior to any plaster for
lame back, pains in the side and chest, I
and much cheaper. Sold by Barclay & '
Groover, druggists.
TheBank of Palm Beach wasper-'
manently organized and the following
officers elected: A. P. Anthony, presi-
dent; E. M. Brelsford, vice-president; d
L P. McCord, cashier. The bank be- :7
gins business with a capital of ,000. DR. T. A.
Most disfiguring skin eruptions,
scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due Will have his o ice
to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit- Drug Store in rea
ters is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes A care of his practice
you clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear-
skmned. 11riday, Sep
A negro boy about 16 years of age
had both of his legs cut off at Tarpon %1 His former prices
Springs. Four negroes were riding on 4 tained:
a train and one of them shoved the boy Crown and Bridg
off, when he fell beneath the,train. Crow and Bridg
It is thought he will survive. and up.
Disagreeable at Home. ., Plate, full set of
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hLo of men ana women wno are
agreeable with others, get "cranky"
at home. Its not disposition, its the
liver. If you find in yourself that you
feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, just buy a bottle of
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver in
shape. You and everybody around you
will feel better for it. Price 50 cents
per bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug
Company.

For Sale
I second-hand buggy.
1 second-hand 1-horse wagon.
16-16 reversible disc harrow, new.
1 8-18 gang disc harrow, second-hand.
For sale at a bargain. Cash or pro-
duce.
I also have a fine lot of 18-inch sea-
soned pine wood at my place in town.
Quick delivery, $3.50 per cord, 16 feet.
JACK GREENE.
Not a minute should be lost when a
child shows svmntoms of eronn .Cham-


many years,.will have direct charge of berlin's Cough Remedy given as soon
the naval store plant. He has been the a the chiid becomes hoarse, or even
most successful naval stores man in! after the croupy cough appears, will
this line in Florida, and the company is prevent the attack. Sold by Barclay
fortunate in securing the service of one & Groover, druggists
so successful in working the pine tree.
He is an exceedingly well preserved Go to J. A. Jenkl ns for repairs of
man for his age, straight as an arrow; wagons, buggies, log carts, guns, re-
and in vigorous health, given him by volvers, &c. Horse shoeing a specialty.
i All work guaranteed, prices reasonable.
his long service in a business that con- Shops located near Suwannee Ginning
duces to anyone's health and vigor Co's. Gin. tf


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diness to take
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will be main-

:e Work $5.00

teeth, $5.00


< v Fillings. 50 cents and up.
Gold fillings, $1.00 and up.


Work Guaranteed.









Live Oak Manifturin


M ANT FA CTVR OF


Lumber, Shingles, le0, lee
Lights, Power and Turpex


Electric Lights in any part of the city furn
Residence or Iusiness Houses at a very reason
Electric powor-Day and night current-for mI
ing purposes.
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders 1
cial attention, and all orders promn,,ly l!'ed.
We wive you good prices on low gade a
floorig. Come and get our prices.


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fort BNews ldhsmOf Omakamet. eWle th Rlr a
Tke Gansv 7le C5 t w tia The people of thatcity
Netwshlt iT ; uf a .W a-ll a .
belraoee rf jo wa the city of tnh
edrN editor, a firt e-$ prirt. Oak getting anew depot, UaMoWJttoaM
I ag riestaol sm in the gbost ean- tnal ftheuaih Ciod m t thefor tb
ing of the w4r a nd we pv-tioeem pIeme To o*a ertib baowl-
for t~~he Nw der ha ent edge thi Rf td Chaeman Mu
loon inr d, around aneebempoenilt but for athe r
The G large S notes the fatowns ke until the people of thet tye-
int both the Pa tka od never figt proved them to get a m e Or thab-
mg the relestsblishing of saloon : Putaomeousty. That's right. If the officials of the Seaboad that the depot
salon is to remain in Florida, confine. would have been built bat for the W^
it to the larger cities. Towns like i pal to the corwmbW and the aseer-
Gainesville and Palatka should nvrtionp"^ troe. whfl the nlevoed
again permit the license for the sale of i com nies got ready to build the depot
whia ey within their corporate limits. there, they paid no more attention to
it he commission than they would to
three jack rabbits. Tampaisin the
We presume former Governor Brow-same boat, when the Seabravd, A. C
ard is ready to qualify as a candidate! L, aid Tampa Northern get ready to
for United States Senator, in accord- build the union depot in that city they
nce with the Pensacola News' stand- will do it, and in the interim, snap their
d-money and lots of it The P t fingers at the Railroad Commision, and
Gord Herald pulies a rumor the people foot their bills for junketig
thoed erad pubrecshent a made $ tours to Tampa.-Inverness Chronicle.
the e r-governor recsntlyma 0 The Chronicle is somewhat in error as
ot olf Evegldes land, and the St. to its statements regarding the condi-
Agustine Record published an inter- tions which brought about Live Oak se-
viewwith him in which he stateddefi- rinthenewunion depo Thetruth
.nrte thathe "uld be a cdndfr nn e ew m. epo
tey thewuldbeacandidatefor about this city's experience in the fight
senator. The pleasure of knowing that frhen depot is a follows and
oar eigoveror has made a small for-, d b a of yeas The-
Idates back a number of years. The
tune seems tobe about all the e- first realdetermined effort was made
pal" have got out of the Everglades some five or six yearsagowhen aco-
up to date, but perhaps our times mittee from the old board of trade was
coming. leter. We shall see.
Teloeg ter. We shall see. -Starkappointed to appear before a meeting
Telerp.e -of the Railroad Commission, at which
..... meeting, officials of the different rail-
It is not an easy thing for a man to roads entering this city were present,
separate himself from the thought and and at this meeting the (officials of the
activity and purpose of the community I Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line prom-
in which be lives, and to pursue an iso- ised the Live Oak Board of Trade eom-
ated, diwc eeted and selfish part. mittee that if they would withdraw the
He can't do it. deed; and if he tries matter from the Railroad Commissin
it he wll only reducehimself to a cipher they would build the depot, and that
or stumbling block. The community work would commence upon it within
will get on somehow, for it must; bat if three months. This appeared fair and
it have many members of this kind it the Board of Trade withdrew their ap-
will be unpogremive. Man in isola-peal to the commiamion The result was
tion is of little consequence, next to the railroad companies broke every
nothing. His association with others, promise made. LastJanuary,after wait-
the inspiration he receives from others, ing nearly 4 years, the Boad of Trade
Draw out his powers. Out of the ac- again took the matter up with the Ral-
tion and interaction of currents of mind, road Commission, which resulted in the
affected and even directed by variant commission, after a hard and deter-


r I LfI the chronic fault fider views or opinions, comes the whole
i ok As in the actions of others progress of man, of society, of the hu-
~li ru1a mhimuelf. Ima race.


mined fight, (in which Mayor McNeill
and Mr. Letcher were the leaders for
the Board of Trade) ordered the


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new union &ot bet fwd

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wwo a gmt b* is dh =off* od r so
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LEARNING FMOE A 53930. Ai em


We ran scram am n m ti eetr
day who camn amtbw d ar wruti, te
whohas kept his e ye qs, m em
reached some priy di
that ought to make si Mo e r wUl
farmers rather ashad at tU-nL ka
ays The Ralieh (N. C.) ulru iw
Farmer.
When he hauled ctto tio the-M
the other day, this m at p kuho
price per pound the n i wWO t n
have beeo getti, bi-s tihe b r
said it was ahot the biht astL he
had see this m sm I? b rap gn
never lets a bIe s at lm tIM e lr.
but keeps it huA, Mld wAr hie i
his cotton be ahrlw ayP Iu b thn i
nert to pt good mgi- a .
"I have asra Motid" sa* te el*
darkey in tar tg om, *that ry-
thing that looks ad eam wo m o l-
terwbatit isfetdMh m e my.
The good tbagiag tt I put m my
cotton coats twety c t a bale e tra,
and I believe I mutmsM pt $2 a bae
more on account of tt -aeaso
bagging, not to say anything of the
better price I get on account of keep-
ing the cotton dry and under shelter."


WOMAN.


It takes a hundred men to make an
encampment, but one woman can make
a home. I not only admire woman as
the most beautiful creature that was
ever created, but I reverence her as
the redeeming glory of humanity, the


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SCHOOL


OPENS


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


that you will find in the


city


this


season,


well made up in all the best selected pat-


terns
cuts;


and ma
in size


largest. We
need of Boys'


SCHOOL SHOES for SCHOOL CHILDREN
We have spared no pains in selecting our Shoes for Boys, Girls and Children this sea-
son from the best factories. We have the strongest and most complete stock of

BOYS', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES


different leathers for school or dressy wear.


V '.


Boys'


School and Dress Suits


iterials, and in all styles and
's from the smallest to the
ask your inspection when in
or Children's Suits.


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^ F11 rALL BARGAINS,


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BRemmabbut~fo as eaaa r

Imaf good price on K U best Oatin........ 6e yatd
raket asd Hie fame Reumaut bet Gihans..... 6c a yard
with pmreent codi. Renata bt ambry...... eyan
Most all you need at the old stand.
"66 GEO. WOLFEL
1 "666" will cure any! GE WOLFE
ikaadiFever. Price 2.
and Fever. Pri 25c. R. H. Haddock, of Lake City was a
o time tospareifshevisitor thecitySunday
[ in her best "bib and -
ithe five hundred old Mrs. Nellie Airth and two sons, Wil
klers meet here in Oc- lie and Henry, are m Atlanta this
g eret busy. week.

of rice at 5 cents per Mrs. Geo. Westmoreland and two in-
e teresting children went to Madison
th h t Saturday for a visit to relatives.
B the optican, has returned .
adk where he had been to MFresh line of Buist garden seed at
Tork where he had been to Mavs.
ip graduate course. He is'
pared than ever to look Mrs. Geo. 0. Adicks and little son,
if aeR m his line. ~ Geo. 0., Jr., are in Lie Oak pleasant-
r n ly visiting relatives. Lake City Index.
"Jinrr 1f T.ALa P(t i oo'ti-


W. .L MeMey. e d 'VOM .aie"
fr b nbin w oe t a th. ty 1Ta
day.
Mr. & F. Joml and two soM, d
JackasOile, wn in- the ey lIat.
week, uert of M. K Ja esad
family.
.J. J. Jobm C. Murphy and P.
.L Harris are amomg those who have
pad their mubsriptima to the Demo-
crat this week Tha yo.
Miss Lillian O'Nal, has returned
home after a most delightful visit with
relatives and friends at Hastings, St.
Augustine, Daytonia and Jacksonville.
Mrs. E R. Bozeman was in the city
shopping Saturday and made this office
a pleasant call and renewed her sub-
scription to the Democrat for one year.
The Hair Hardware company have
just received a car load of ranges and
stoves from one of the leading factories
in the United States. See their page
advertisement in today's Democrat.
Fruit iars cheap at Mays.
A. J. Ross Was in the pitv Tndi.,,s


oIB~ a eMl yv ccom -\ Mu A da M ae R wh ha w no U1 1 Vum y
SLily were in the cist Ada sae toberson, who has with a load of very fine cotton which I D PC
te to Dwing Pr relatives fend at he sold at a satisfacto rice. He
te acote a position a Jasper for the past three weeks, re- says the crop in his section of the
1h .a c p e a nv a s it. .. h. m hisas c t p ... ..
ia the Present Truth Mes- turned to Live Oak Saturday. county is short; little if any betterthan
SYou can get a handsome piece of a half-crop, but is a very fine quality. Mrs. B. P Moseley returned homi
who holds auanteedgold ad gold plated jew- W. P. Creekmore, one ofthis county's Sunday from a two weeks visit with
kdryibm who holds a lucra- elry free at J. B. Evans'..th
Ihb with a Jacksonville firm, well known farmers was in Monday and relatives in Georgia.
i witterh a Jrtksonvlle rst eek. Miss Annie Hemming, of Welborn, left the cash to paj~ for another year's Mrs. W. F. Smithand hildl.re.
Fh. ltter part of last Wd fromeek. accompanied by her sister, Miss Crace, subscription to the county news. Mr. turned home Sunday night from a
p*"eAt t *""<"> for s agh o n r nhto tlle n ams- Mr turned home Sunday night from ser
t sto Atlanta for a fr Passed through Live Oak Saturday en Creekmore reports his daughter, who eral weeks visit with relatives and
mute too Williston, where Mie Annie
Wiliton, where Mi Annie has been very sick with typhoid fever, friends in Georgia.
Shas accepted a position in the schooL .to be convalescing.
STJe Sam" appears to be Mrs. Port Leavengood, of Ocala, the Miss Eliza Neal entertained with a
t about puttingon accomplished wife of the able manager F. Schargus, e baker, who was picnic party at East Lake Friday ee-
ma delivery in this ity. of he O Banner, left Tuesdaynager for omerly a citizen of this city and con- ing in honor of her guest, Miss Pear
Abould be looked after by her home after a two weeks visit in ducted a bakery, but now of Gaines- Burke, of Live Oak, Fla-Chattanooga
ritie n Li Oa and ther s Lee ville, is in the city and it is very likely (Ten.) News.
j to 'lang-fre" from want Mrs. Lee C he will move back here and again en-
a at this end of the line. Free Jewelry at J. B. Evans.' gage in the bakery business. He thor- Nice line tobacco and cigars at S. P.
is -Sheppard returned Sat- Dr. R. V. Atkisson, who has spent roughly understands the business and is MaoV-
bom Live Oak, where she his vacation in Atlanta, returned last a hustler. One by onethosewho moved Joe Roo has disposed of his stock in
r later, Mrs. E. L Wilder. Friday to his charge--Live Oak, Fla. away from Live Oak hoping to find a the Suwannee Hardware Company and
,Mttipied home by her lit. While here the brethren used him "better" place are finding their way resigned his position with that com-
SBinie Lee Wilder, who will pretty freely and to the profit of those back pany in order to accept a place with
ral days with Mr. and Mrs. who heard him.-Atlanta Wesleyan Best soda water in town at Cook's. the Dowling Lumber Company as mam-
Imd. -Lake City Index. Christian Advocate. ager of their mercantile establsh-
Hon. W. M. Bennett, of Dowling ments. He went to Dowling Park hla
I Lola and Blanche Collins en- A new lot of fountain syringes and Park, who has charge of the Dowling week and assumed his newduties Mr.
i a tew of their friends Thurs- rubber goods at Cook's. Lunber company's realestate in this Roof is an energetic and progressive
Ip Mir Pearl Burke, of Live Piano instruction thoroughly taught and Taylor and Lafayette counties was business man-a hustler from the word
i, who is the much admired Special attention given to technic, a prominent business visitor in the city go-and the Dowling Lumber Company
l Mi Elizabeth Neal, being school velocity, harmony and musical Monday. Mr. Bennett until recently are to be congratulated upon securing
fte Masic was indulged in history. Fifty cents per lesson. For had the managemeinpf the mercantile his services.
tehour, when the jolly crowd particulars address establishments of this company, but
itothe lawn, where a water- MRS. M. K. JONES, was compelled to resign on account of 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
i mw enjoyed. -Chattanooga Live Oak,. Fla. the constant and increasing demand case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
.ws. .hone 82. Box 43. upon his time to look after the real- Call at the democrat office and pay
estate interest. your subscription. We need money so
IIIaIllnlllllm cIIIII IiI I lllt lllt-llllll l lIlilltnlf111 P Prof. and Mrs. T. J. McBeath and very badly that we wouldn't refuse
& daughter, Miss Edwina, who were in to receipt you for several. years in ad-
Sthe city last week the guest of C. T. vance if you should feel inclined to
DD McDaniel and family and Col. 0. 0. pay that far. The postoffice author-
D O rD *j McCollom and family, left Saturday for cities at Washington. have made some
Mavo where Prof. McBeath has accept- new rulings that not only compels as
S5 ed the position of principal of the Mayo to keep up with our subscription ac-
: high school. Prof. McBeath is one of cunts and limits us to a cash basis,
Florida's best teachers and we con 'rat- but also hits the man a heavy blow
S* ulate Mayo on her good fortune in set who takes a paper out of the postoffice
; curing so able an instructor for their and then refuses or neglects to pay
V th ~ himlnrln Ihigh school. for it.


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pndcee our
we must insist hat Y iW
But it ht have m a
been paid with a bank c fek -
or dispute when the casnced ~A .
ter pay your bills but onme-with ea*M


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



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kne here, and all repairing fully guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.

tlgaving Done to Your Order
htches and Jewelry purchased here can be neatly engraved


SA ten cent box of candy for five cents
! at Cook's.
s N Miss Elizabeth Neal entertained with;
a picnic supper at East Lake Friday;
Night, in hunor of her guest, Miss
Burke. of Live Oak, Fla. Those
Spsesent were Misses Pearl Burke. Manr
SK-rr. Nona Kessler. l.ulu Collins. Ruth
Si'r-niTttp, Ruth Kessler, Blanche Wel-
d (o. Anna Burnette. Blanche Colliin.s.
SElizabeth Weldon; Messrs. Albert Neal.
RotLer Eames, John Travis, C'harles
Huih-,s.L. John Orr. James Barrett.
J,,rin c',!i.n.. Fran" :Daverp:,or,.r (harles
N: N.r WI I!Lor:;. The 'hnr.pronies
S Mr:,I. N,'al andi Mr. -r:.
- t,! -Za i r.n. "l im s.
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sorry to e this mare toeMt utJ
but wish for th mr bi h, w
happier in ther new howme M t
tmned to Tampa ad lwas agemaged
byhisestimable wife sad cd lm i
needav. The Desoent, ra ineameI
the good people of I~ve Oak,
sorry to lose thi tortexeed t
but wish for them health, wealthk|
happiness in their new home at Tai~k' ,


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e. the skii ugw watr most oe
*M bis sd wai of about the
W d&pt*s te daniage or swerI
SpWdlr owin usein oreity. W
A ut kno where our sewerlage go
j' it- atr our drainage wells. In
sik might be mentioned of positiv
tel ato the dagers ad damage
t inLtber p aees by the drainage
well qstm both to thetown in which
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T fact dirates two things: (1), th
werare good Ind and (2), that
vir good mento cultivate it. Inm
ag& kao l way our town is well su
W itead we are proud of the thri
ud iautro of our farmers It
rgly through their votes and thi
Me in that iave Oak, the capital ci
of the cominty, as a such a fine co
h of e-the bandsomest structureth

fMtoour friends in the a country 4
~. their part inhelping usto build l
rtheouoe Certainlywe do! Tholy
that ou xnress or ograt tude in st

This ae ndame to say that some

to teouth of us who have hadmti
eveerin their families, feel thatt
areIklt is largely due to pollution
Sorntaineaetion of their drinking wa
by r dramrge wells. Let us ap
lb.godage rule of love and rei4N
howeofthisfearif not of an act
'j itirprt We can do this only
,~ cottihs in a good sewerage syst4


I- urtbeamore, there are certain qi
Stmin r own town that are in an
itary condition, and must ever
a inao, till we have the proper ase
Sage to car off the filth.
Iwr- I are but few places as large
this that do not have a sewerage s
te. Why should we lag behind ?
I Ths next question is: How will
',~~gt tt senwerage? (Answer):
m making our wants known to the prc
qffdal in a earnest and serious n

It will take some money to sewer
eYy, nad I don't blame our city cc
A .or dwtrutees for not going a
a heirow initiative and having
S ait di. The people must ask
S tBht, d showthat they are wil
fr r aminefmuilmnn to send thP nP


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IidrNto y tty attr lav'a l
*scx, ie-c- of Ivg thr
:t athat-I I ve yet ived hi Co-
H^Is &feiMe, moch b typhoid fever,
.amrlt fever and pnedruoia re aa-
*B le vTirolst here than in other
p- the death rate being much
Lwer.
Naturally, Live Oak is a very health-
ful location; our boys and girls, our
men and women, are strong and robut.
If I may refer to our medical frater-
nity without including myself, I wish
to uay that this city is fortunate in
baying an unusually strong corps of
physician. They are practial and
they are men who devote themselves
to the study and practice of their pro-

Of course our lower death rate must
be attributed to the unusual skill and
ability of our physicians, as well as to
the healthfulness of our climate and
i location-a splendid combination for
any town. Respectfully,
SJ.. W. EST, M. D.

1 Notie.


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ThM Pine Grove camp meeting wi
convene Oct. 19th, at 7:30 p. m. Ten
hoders are specially requested to I
the in the beginning and stay, if po
sible, through the meeting. Ever
body cordially invited to attend.
W. C. BEAN, SR.,
Chairman Trustees.
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HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.

Wbm It Is IV"d DuM u, It Gm
Jazrilmut .


Hair prepamtlons and dandruff cures,
S a rule, are sticky or Irritating affairs
that do no earthly good. Hair. when not
diseased, grows naturally, luxuriantly.
Dandruff is the cause of nine-tenths of
all hair trouble, and dandruff Is caused
by a gWm. The only way to cure dand-
rum is to ll the germ; and, so far. th'
only hair preparation that will positively
destroy the germ Is Newbro's :Ierpiclde-
almolutely harmless, free from grease.
sediment, dye matter or dangerous drugs.
It allays Itching instantly; makes hair
glouy and-soft u SlL Destroy the
ease, you remor the effect" Sold by
teadtan drogM gts. Mad e. It sta Mp o f
NO Th BLM~K


One Dolar bottle guamnteed.
Suwannee Drug Co.. special agent


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It is said that the immediate use of
kerosene is good for, or will cure, the
bite of a rattlesnake. A small girl at
Millville, complaining, went to show her
father what had bitten her, when she
was again bitten on the same foot by a
ground rattler. Kerosene was applied
and the child was soon all right, again.
The father having heard of an ox which,
while on his way to the bay, was bitten
by a large rattler, and by the use of
kerosene was enabled to continue his
travel and 'entirely cured. thought to
to try the remedy in the case of his lit-
tle daughter. We didn't learn the
amount of kerosene used in the case
mentioned, but were it a case of our
own, a whole bi- barrel wouldn't be a
bit too much. This remedy is worth
remembering and in the absence of bet-
ter known remedies, might be used to
great advantage. and even save life.
Don't forget it.--Ex.


Hoppity Hop.


Are you just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
less you have lost a limb or have a de-
for.,ity-if your trouble is rheumatism,
lumbago, sprains, stiff joints, or any-
thing of like nature use Ballard's Snow
Liniment and in no time you can throw
away your crutches and be as well as
anyone. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.


While tearing down an old brick build-
ing on Florida avenue, Jacksonville, last
Tuesday, preparatory to putting up a
blacksmith shop, a negro workman
found an old relic in the shope of a can
of what is known as "grape shot."
These shots, fifty-seven in number, are
about the size of a walnut, are in a can
about 6 inches high and 4 inches in
diameter with a heavy piece of iron
packed down over them likeawad. The


You must have good health. You
n't have good health if your liver is
; doing it's duty-slow but sure pois-
ng is going on all the time under
:h circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
akes a perfectly healthy liver-keeps
e stomach and bowels right and acts
a tonic for the entire system. Sold
Suwannee Drug Co.


-Vohisia County Rcoard.


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geed t iatlnoadhadp.m
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Obe s ona thept i ae of Le 'e
Lm Ener. hrs pubic ifc togeth e
withhis a&ilitynd the deepiatart
he has always takes in this matter, we
feel that the organization wM make
no mistake in choosing him forloal
cowader. No organization can suc-
ced without having at its head a man
who feeb a vital interest in it It is
partly for this reason that we suggest
the name of CoL Roberson as com-
mander. There may be other men just
as good who would take an equal inter-
est in the success of the organization.
To say the least, let's have a good at-
tendance on that day; let's organize a
strong camp and select the best
officers possible. We have the mater-
ial and we have the patriotism, lets use
them. A good strong organization will
be of great help to our town and to our
county.
Let us not miss the opportunity of
hearing State Commander Fleming and
other distinguished speakers on the
16th. They will interest us and we
will all be benefitted.

To Be Happy


Florida SoiL'.


Perhaps the most attractive feature
peculiar to the soils of Florida is the
ease with which they can be cultivated
as compared with stiff, heavy soils of
other states, while quite as fertile.
Another is that the greater part of the
farm labor and tillage can be, and much
of it is, performed during those months
of the year when the ground further
north is frozen. Still another peculiar-
ity is, that fertilizers can be applied to
greater advantage, because the fer-
tilizing material will remain in the soil
until the stimulating chemical ingredi-
ents are assimilated and absorbed into
the earth, and are not carried away by
washing rains as they are in broken or
mountainous countries, ad also because
the porosity of the soil enables the at-
mosphere, through oxidization, more
readily to aid the fertilizers in the
work of decomposing the minerals of
the soil, thus setting free the food ele-
ments they contain for the use of the
growing crops.--Florida Quarterly Bul-
letin.
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Theit watch it closely. And above all
things don't let it suffer for any length
of time with worms--that is fatal. If
it's complexion gets yellow and pasty,
if it is listless, cross or peevish, gets
thin, suffers with flatulence give it
White's Cream Vermifuge. The only
cure that never fails and has no bad
effects. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.


Sanford's new electric light p!ant will
be ready' for operation in about three
weeks. This plant is said to be one of
the most complete in Florida. One fea-
ture that is worthy of note is that poles
and wires have been eliminated from


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he principal business street, the wires
being run from side streets.


Notuie.


There will be a local Farmers' Edu-
cational and Co-operative Union of
America organized at the court house
in Live Oak on Saturday. Sept. 11, at-
2 o'clock p. m. All farmers and labor-
ing men of Live Oak and vicinity are
invited to attend and take part in the
organization.
G. H. DORMAN, Organizer.

The Miami city council voted for a
levy of thirty mills for this year. This
is divided as follows: General fund 10
mills, repairs and internal improvement
fund 10 mills, lighting city 4 milis, ;n-
terest debenture bonds 4 mills, sinking
fund 2 mills. The expenditures for the
year are estimated at $43,669.92.


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think of bow m*d c aM hM
spared moter. Say, yf fm M ^ .
lubberly hulk, did my o to 2mIt f
thiak that you wes oeo a lMte. .
feeble ehild! Did you ever thikk |f t |
much trouble you were to ym w* rW 70
and how camcOm-hi wty-' -o.e.d WUltMlll
toyourevery need? Do your stiM i sz
pect this to continue throh lie --
Alas, no! Her yeam aar em md.mr
But a few days more and thei rw La
of life will have been run. Apprete
your mother while she is bern. boys
Help her while you can. Rmemn er ^
that one rosebud of your affect is Id 4a=
worth more to her in life than a woie n i
coffin full of blooms wha the hart j
has ceased to beat and the ye are
glazed in the unseeing stare of death
-Ex.

The coming season Florida will hI-
vest her largest citru crop Th Upr w S
ent estimate is 6,000,000 boXa, but this -
estimate may be a little h. But It
it be that number, with the Cttnm a-
change and the brokers h imn g a 6iw
per cent of it, the distriboim wi he
much better, and this mem beUr
price for all the grower. The r otoso
will hb readyv tn move rlierthanrmJ


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S ubome, wU be da
.at o &rsteder:
a there iosM of
Smtbiir way back
Durant nd ameof tbeS,
S reported at the
SHer tory is a remark-

j week," shesaid, "that
of the destruction of


d It came from Mrs.
l whlies at Durant. She
ear the message direct
SGbot and itincluded the
Wb aght-and the state-
i the corporate limits of
jdIbe affected, but this city
b gmeral wreck and ruin.
-mmMe,' it was said, was
byj Mr. Van Sickle's son,
i Sikle As son as the
W p"nnP'*sted among the
Hoy Ghosters' locked,
p ufat avcIt- t and I and
lb wr deeply alarmed. I
ewver, that I would stick
d go down with it, comes


otoman, the Van Sickles
togive another warn-
SThis time, it sound-
jOd I quit my $9 a month
tothe country. With me
p direction, went about
some of them givi'
bad, others selling out
al eald get on the spur of
tad joiing the saved.
we found the Van Sic-
m-- twety others, huddled
pl~y r". We found but lit-
but, by Divine di.-
pinbby, the Van Sickles
sa irs count where our
be atidf" fr casuh. It
m laux of people that
na and things boomed
.wh io. The Methodist min-
advised u that we were
di that we ought to go back
we were carried away by
of Van Sickle and his
I am sure that I was hyp-
tim e being.
m y eightt come, we list-
|WvN prayers and exhorta-
Stm noiseof the destruction of
I "w heard nothing alarming.
wr we found out that the
j et Ibe destroyed, we began
bt the Van Sickles said the
e -amge had been misinter-
that it was yet to come.
khrd that the Six Mile creek
Sbee destroyed, and Van
S 'See-the Lord has de-
th bride, so you cannot re-
l doomed city.' Did you ever

Sattox said that she and her
puss were the first to leave
assembly and that about 35
popl are there yet still under
of the Van Sickles. "When
they told us we were going to
hit I shouted Tampa wae
for'me and, if it sank, I
'k with it. I spent all my
ut my position, and am back
all on account of listen
atl fakers."
S'obws who returned with Mrs
Ir* Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Wright
!near Ybor City. The latter
ac'tiag a small restaurant or
venue, when she received the
and sold it out for a mere pit
order to be relieved of any in
doomed Tampa.
WOan went on further to tel
O the men of the sect at Duran
found out just in time to pre
eboing with another man's


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PAM-ALA

AN EXCE4LUNT AI)VURTls.%ER.
GoT. Giilcbrist Telk Westerem of
Floria's Advantagei 4


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Governor Albert W. Gilchrist, of
Florida, has been out to the Seattle
Exposition, and has been royally treat-, |
ed in the different states and cities he. 'J
has visited. /
Recently in Oklahoma City, Governor LIV E O A K
Gilchrist was shown marked attention L
and interviewed by the newspapers of f. ,
that city. In the Oklahomian of recent -
date Governor Gilchrist was quoted as
follows: T A
"Yes, Oklahoma City is a hustler THAT BA
and your young state is a wonder. It
has marvelous natural resources and
has made an amazing growth in popu-'
lation. However, speaking of general
resources, old Florida can also go some
in thdt respect For instance, DeSoto,
the county in which I live, ships 100,-
000 tons of phosphate a year, 15,000
head of cattle to Cuba alone and hun-
dreds of cars of fresh vegetables.
From my home town 7,000,000 pounds /
of fish are shipped each year, and De-
Soto is the greatest orange county in
the state, besides its large shipments
of timber and turpentine. Around Tal- can be secured by purchasing
labassee immense quantities of oats,
tobacco and cotton areraised. There o u y
Sfnot much cotton farther south, as ,
white labor is too expensive, and there Buildlng M materials
are not many negroes there."
An incident of the visit of Gov. Gil- for the savig you'll makecl
chrit to Okahoma City was his meet- ,
ing with Mrs. Milton Bryan, of Shaw- will be Suff e .t to ffl a good
nee. Both she and Judge Bryan are d sa Not alone
members of well known Florida fam- ous,,a .t figur, .
ilies. After a brief chat with Mrs. y save on the
Bryan, the Governor gallantly present- YOU wi also save material y
ed her with his scarf pin, bearing the Ion the st of repairs, etc, for
seal of Florida. our products, though
Gov. Gochrist is a son of Gen. Wil- ur p CtS, tU rasn
liam Gilchrist, and his parents were able in cost, are uttrcey c in
natives of South Carolina. Gen. Gil- quality.
christ was one of the largest slave
holders in Florida, as were other rela- _
tives of the Governor. As a result of
the war, young Gilchrist was compelled
to start life at $15 a month. But he IT Vi la
"got there," and is today worth about 1rth Fln
a million dollars. He has served in the t l i da
legislature of his state, having been
speaker of the house of representatives Lum ber Company.
in 1905. He has held all sorts of mili-
Stary positions and is a veteran of the -- .-
Spanish-American war, having served
as acting major in Cuba. I 9
One of the ancestors of Gov. Gil- C ins
Schrist was a grandfather of George m e
SWashington, and another a grandfather ( Wra a Dine" Rem y
of James Madison.
The Oklahomian cays Gov. Gilchrist Ao- every family ha need
was driven about Oklahoma City With of a relble remedy for colic or
I Dr. John Threadgill and I. M. Putnam. idiahea at some time during the
The Governor was ret-rning from the j
Seattle Exposition, where ho delivered 1s remedy i recommended
the "Dixie Day" address: on the 24th by dealers who have sold it for
of August. He stated that he had -y' ears and kAow its val e.
heard so much about Oklahoma City m it has received thousands of
that he decided to sto off and see the t.-nmonials from grateful people.
' town. Leaving there .,went to l.itt t has ee re bd by phy-
r R(Kk and Memph... It has been prescribed by phy-
r Rc'k anti Men h4 .
n .,~- ;s with the most saisfhctory
e Iaillit, '1 ..
- Means ;,o ability to do a good day 's It ha, cfen s~v~. li e [cfor-
- work, with .ut undue fatigue arnd tuo r'- ." crowd have been sti fur
tind life worth living. You cannot have u a physician summoned.
1 indigestion or constipation without its It onlv costs a quarter. Can
t upsetting the iiver and polluting the you aford to ri.k so much for so
. bluod. Suchi a condition may be bett little? BLY I NOW\.
. and quickest relieved iby Herine, th .


0t .. est ll\ r i 't, a o i riti le r, um ia
ever kntwn. Sold t1y Suwanne l rur Co.
haven't the time to exercise J s, hs
7 Doan's Regulets will pro- n t L s, hs be
ipation. They induce a ild, elected as an honorary vice president of
*Opaion. They induce a mild A
i the Lincoln ,', ni\vritN Endowment A,-
4"taful action of the bowels ti .he mioln l an ritv onfUwment ,
sociatu giping. Ask your druggist .
SMem.orai university, which i, coated
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r Dr. Cheatham of Havaua.
L H. Cheatham. of Havana.


at Cumbeiland Gap. lenn. Ihe uni-
versity is a memorial to President Lin-:
coin, for the mental, physical, and in-
-... .. l -, .- .. ..Ic!2. 4 -o nlrLnr fn,'-.n


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LIVE OAK. FLORIDA


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


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d'.*od in i great mirm m
or not you can i a a htf low
U.& -* kepo te n vigl Iris
Look ott for I thtime
bi lalaiag by a PI'ti. r w, pol
kiuto the v 'j of t he l k
Oak Rauukhi iuaaaaftucS
4 (verwit on It pie W l I
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LIVE OAK BANK


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UNIVERSITY OF FLOIDA
CAIlESVILLE, FLORIDA
An Insttu;tion ,f tihe Firt Rank,
suppo-te S tate and Federal
Funds, fr F!,rrida Young Men.
Thorough tourss Leding to Degree
of B. A., B. Sc. M. A., M. Sc.,& LL. B.
In Arts and Sc',ien'te; Agriculture;
Chemical. i'!'.'!. F:ectrical ard Me-
chanriui Enl:nneerin: Iaw; Norma!
School,: raiuate >chool
Ex..:er:.-cs Exceedingly Low.
For 'ata!ogue write to


FLORIDA St le R
WoR WOMth TIM l llNmn RA
A C og itbrta aft
South, offrie( v Tnrw '-
in the foUowui( 4 a :
1. A Colere of ti0 l ArW L
11 A Schoolof lad~stl
I'l. A Schoo of Pme Ars.
11. A School of Expri .
V. A School for TedchM.
No Tuition. Other )nxpamn r
low. For further informMir
dress


eWegiutvefr y csd
Gold and Gold Phtcd Ri a~, L*ck P. d i CI
On Cahputchasesof$10 wtAflgive $1 w&d 7s
piOc=d Jn y w is ar ad to berwg ats
our show window.


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T.S. BAISDFA, President.


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ai" t eran


agkls tw 9o11 ls
I*~ Y at lt Apo the dpmrvin
[.*ita h re toahe roin whit
iWi at A good. Agodsy-
iumpl s wIed not 1y be @o



iAbPr, M jb agint c: It) mi
i warto 1"ter, wmost
WNaW we& d" of bout the
b t ar ti. drainaeo or sewer-
.i0vo pm3 w sein ourcity. W
wou, knWhe our ewerageu n*
%-qli^^ i t 'ou*r drahwae wells. In.
am m ht be mentioned of positive
i o the dagers and damage
~dfa im polaee by the druinage
Wlqip, both to the town in whicl
*W;-W* waft icatoM ad in the Bur
[uA nusta as well nas in adjoin
~& ~iawasasirf thirty myile away
flsm of the best agricutur
is^^^l-~- isi ^ f -ta tirul-* n'
M*rk a pt thsastaterpitl, b
.,: my valeq of nr cruPs to exce
d her mty in the stat
*Aat inaes two things: (1), tiB
I god ad SWd ( e), thatdI
a tn- to cultivate it. In
wamy ou tow is wer st
W we ae pvodofthe thr
11tk of off fu It
.m000 trm vota am tii
Ust M O lk, the carter,




lm ike ol f inve U atod bueel
.lM-t ctWam we do! Tb


Sma e to aty that asomn

A o uylrsiwo htave hnud mt

dnot m their ter foset t

ind ta vels o Sewerageo




A, am iit qhe meiesd ow wi


Om Dlokr bottle guaranteed.
Suwannee Drug Co., special agents.


It is said that tne immediate use of
kerosene is good for, or will cure, the
bite of a rattlesnake. A small girl at
Millville, complaining, went to show her
father what had bitten her, when she
was again bitten on the same foot by a
round rattler. Kerosene was applied
and the child was soon all right, again.
The father having hearJ of an ox which,
while on his way to the bay, was bitten
by a large rattler, and by the use of
kerosene was enabled to continue his
travel and 'entirely cured, thought to
to try the remedy in the case of his lit-
tie daughter. We didn't learn the
amount of kerosene used in the case
mentioned, but were it a case of ou
own, a whole big barrel wouldn't be a
bit too much. This remedy is worti
remembering and in the absence of bet
ter known remedies. might be used t(
geat advantage, and even save life
t forget it.--Ex.


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Bte *-I. l|ilii sdim he
faW aftw kt ]La td

ob k do not irerevbawdnie
~ 'L~tI blk ya 1"d bs ow
I| s, smb a tykr feaverh,

has, theu d et tm e bin oumu
BIM -thre dath rate being mwLk


ai&r preparations and dandruff cure,
a a rule, are sticky or irritating affairs
that do no earthly good. Hair, when not
diseaed, grows naturally, luxuriantly.
DVndruff Is the cause of nine-tenths of
all hair trouble, and dan:iruff is caused
by a germ. The only way to cure dand-
ruE i to kill the germ; and, so far, tht
only hair preparation that will positively
dWtroy the germ Is Newbro's :Ierpicfde-
aleolut0y harmlen, free from grease,
di-mit, dye matter or dangerous drugs.
It allay itching instantly; makes hair
loy and'soft as ilk. "Destroy the
a yo% nmm the eCet"' Sold by
4fiV d&Wgtot maend Io. in stamps fo,


sewage? (Answer):
i l w~SW ts k known to the pi
: lMis an bm mzest and serious

It ii take some money to sewe
S &W, ad I da't blame our city c
*t h d tmtes for not going s
*l L w iitiatve and having
o4me#& Thpeople must as


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Naturally, ve Oak is a very health-
SlocIation; our boys and girts, our
m a women, are M strong and robust
It I may refer to our medical frater-
t without including myself, I wish
to say that this city is fortinate in
biaf an unusually strong corps of
Ouyiciams. They are practical and
they are men who devote themselves
to the study and practice of their pro-

Of course our lower death rate must
be attributed to the unusual skill and
ability of our physicians, as well as to
the healthfulness of our climate and
loeation-a splendid combination for
any town. Respectfully,
I J. W. WEST, M. D.


Notice.


ThW Pine Grove camp meeting will
convene Oct. 19th, at 7:30 p. m. Tent-
holders re specially requested. to be
thre i the beginning and stay, if pos-
sible, through the meeting. Every-
body cordially invited to attend.
W. C. BEVAN, SR.,
Chairman Trustees.

HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.


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To Be Happy


You must have good health. You
can't have good health if your liver is
not doing it's duty-slow but sure pois-
oning is going on a1 the time under
such circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-keeps
the stomach and bowels right and acts
as a tonic for the entire system. Sold
by Suwannee Drug Co.


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- a Mobamntth 'ie am aid


asMUI d whr i Ciad
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L L Rtgmbin pi& m ukd
with hs Mlitand athe& pd wo s
o mitamke in him fad ldo Ia







Nttorg.nization cantsue
td wfithat v at its hr i a m



who f vital interest ha it. It is
the name of Cotltep Roberson as com-
der. There may bed other men jtmt
Sgood who wo take int qu matter, we
feel in that the oroaiitio. wo make
To say e leastlet's have im a forlocal
temmndaer. No organizay; ltion cane- 1


partly for this reason that we sugmatgest
the name of Col. Roberson as com-
ial ander. There may be other men just
as good who would take an equal inter-
est in the success of the organization will
To say the least, let'shave a good at-
tendance os thatday; let's organizes
strong camp and select the best
officers possible. We have the mater-
ial and we have the patriotism, lets use
them. A good strong organization will
be of great help to our town and to our
county.
Let us not miss the opportunity of
hearing State Commander Fleming and
other distinguished speakers on the
16th. They will interest us and we
will all be benefitted.


The coming season Florida will har-
vest her largest citrus crop. The pres-
ent estimate is 6,000,000 boxes, but this
estimate may be a little high. But let
it be that number, with the citrus ex-
change and the brokers handling a large
per cent of it, the distribution will be
much better, and this means better
price for all the growers. The crop
will be ready to move earlier than usual.
-Volusia County Record.


*


Florida Soils.


Perhaps the most attractive feature
peculiar to the soils of Florida Ls the
ease with which they can be cultivated
as compared with stiff, heavy soils of
other states, while quite as fertile.
Another is that the greater part of the
farm labor and tillage can be, and much
of it is, performed during those months
of the year when the ground further
north is frozen. Still another peculiar-
ity is, that fertilizers can be applied to
greater advantage, because the fer-
tilizing material will remain in the soil
until the stimulating chemical ingredi-
ents are assimilated and absorbed into
the earth, and are not carried away by
washing rains as they are in broken or
mountainous countries, and also because
the porosity of the soil enables the at-
mosphere, through oxidization, more
readily to aid the fertilizers in the
work of decomposing the minerals of
the soil, thus setting free the food ele-
ments they contain for the use of the
Sgrwing crops. -Florida Quarterly Bul-
letin.


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Hoppity Hop.
Are you just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
less you have lost a limb or have a de-
fornnity-if your trouble is rheumatism,
lumbago, sprains, stiff joints, or any-
thing of like nature use Ballard's Snow
Liniment and in no time you can throw
away your crutches and be as well as
anyone. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.


While tearing down an old brick build-
ing on Floridaavenue, Jacksonville, last
Tuesday, preparatory to putting up a
blacksmith shop, a negro workman
found an old relic in the shope of a can
of what is known as "grape shot."
These shots, fifty-seven in number, are
about the size of a walnut, are in a can
about 6 inches high and 4 inches in


Have ou a Baby?
Thei watch it closely. And above all
things don't let it suffer for any length
of time with worms-that is fatal. If
it's complexion gets yellow and pasty,
if it is listless, cross or peevish, gets
thin, suffers with flatulence give it
White's Cream Vermifuge. The only
cure that ne\ er fails and has no bad
effects. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.

Sanford's new electric light plant will
be ready for operation in about three
weeks. This plant is said to be one of
the most complete in Florida. One fea-
ture that is worthy of note is that poles
and wires have been eliminated from
the principal business street, the wires
being run from side streets.


Notice.
There will be a local Farmers' Edu-
cational and Co-operative Union of
America organized at the court house
in Live Oak on Saturday. Sept. 11, at-
2 o'clock p. m. All farmers and labor-
ing men of Live Oak and vicinity are
invited to attend and take part in the
organization.
G. H. DORMLN, Organiz-r.


The Miami city council voted for a
levy of thirty mills for this year. This
is divided as follows: General fund 10
mills, repairs and internal improvement
fund 10 mills, lighting city 41 milis, in-
terest debenture bonds 4 mills, s.nr.ing
fund 2 mills. The expenditures for the


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DON'T
letyouralf to be min le.
Why suffer from sever head
acbes, have tUintng ape
and be fretful? Your &a-
needs attention. Trvy Heue
the gropt liver regulator.
URES C > abrrM lPi i

Mra .. 0. Morriaono, Ho-
on, Tex&a. writes: "I have
eafered for years from severe
headaches dilin aWad
tinting spells. I received
no rele auntill tried Herblae,
ad wag Oompletelyred. o I
ne it always"
PRICE G -

K a Sw wUimt Co.


Sold sad Rsca.~asi by
st WAVNIKE DRUG CVILAXSY


I


misa aht coa~ -'and
in i idual wbo. Sub
jaet, "U"cSam is do Pa.
cificw To the frat fifty
Ipcam o a1


O the,.
Lu. as tttnl
It so*~
cure yo.-a.

kn& 0. neur


aed*aes fa Sny, you v eiwm`

rethink trmt hiwere othe arv ttln ,
thi~kkf how mU& thsy Ipred moter. Say, you vsigByB p
luherwy hklk, did you eve optp t
thibk that you were once a litter psay.
feeblechild! Did yo ever thimkow
much trouble you were to your motur
and bow unpl abigtyheministr ed,
to your every need? Do you still ex.
pect this to continue through life?
Alas, no! Her years are numbered.
But a few days more ad the strand
of life will have been run. Appreciate
your mother while she is here, boys.
Help her while you can. Remember
that one rosebud of your affection is
worth more to her in life than a whole
coffin full of blossoms when the heart


A.
Notice of Applicatinfor
der Section 8 of
of Florida.
Noticr he bre r* ie that o ,.
cbhaer of Tax Certikate Mo.l
the ltd of July. A. D. t
fiate in oQ ad w
f dor x dMd to Ws ino
sd certificate mbM M thne
property itoated in Sauwm
to-wit: Nwatssm sleMaai
township 4 soutb, range
S% of sw.Bsmct 27. towb b
80 aams;wi of swve.i,
b at, s0 acre The sid In l
at tlhe deof the n aainrced
the nam of Unkuowa.
tificatesshall be issneMd
deed will iame thereona m '
September, A. D.. 1%. M
Witness my official sasatwead
12th day vi August, A. D.I. M
Clerk Cimcuit Court, Suwameell


SI


Notice.
ale of Suwannee County Witae
pon Warruant


Notce ia here give t tha
Commiasi.oe of Sowanme C.m lM
oo the th day of Octber. IM -
ids foe aix m r cet inta'rt ob
rnts, irued on the O6utsm -lj
and Intest Thereon wPod of t
aggreate suam of Forty-two T
ad falii due M100 onthe fntAV
aad Won a the fit day of J*b
the nea ren Foam
SBidklamts to be imed te o
bidder; and intent oupom rm
the8r dayi f Janua Jau"ema *1 1
Bids belo par willnot be sc-i
Warrants wil be iMoed in d
$100, $t00, SiOO. St600. au did.
A. M. MOSIDY.
J. W. BRYSON. Clerk.


Notice.
Sale of County School Interesrt
Warrant
Notice a hereby given that the
Ik Ina ruction of Suwannm Coe .,
oathekh dayof October, H19 d
the higbWt bidder or biddem, in
cent. iteret bearing coupos
Cemmon School Fund of said Co
gate sum of Twenty-Two Thousaid
warrants tube iased so that a
willfall due ech yer from oneto
Intent payable senmiu-annually oM
and July It each year. Said
ikEmed in sums of 1100, $600, tSLOW
desired. No warrants will be moMllW
C.. H
Cbair a de
J. W. O'HARA. Secretary to Berd_


Notice of Application tor Ta
Under Section 8 of Chapts*
Laws of Florida. I
Notice is hereby given that Alex Il
cha of Tax Certificate No. 2 L
latday of July, A. D., 1907. has M d
tifcate in my office, and has mde
for tax deed to issue in accordLance
Said certificate embraces the foUowik
property situated in Suwannee cWW.
to-wit: Nw' '. Section 1V. Twnsh.ip 4
13 East 160 acr. The said land bei.
at the date of the issuance of such
the name of ist National Bank. Carai, i .
said certificate shall be redeemed
law. tax deed will issue therein on lL
day of September. A. D.. 19.
Witnea my official siKrature and sea t
Ifth day of Augu.tt. A. D., !9A. ls
J. W. BIBYsOK
Clerk Circuit Curt. Suwannet GCunt. #b.
Notk-e for Intentiou to Apply I
Final l i wharge.


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wear noo 4hi~


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0 to my for titl.


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has ceased to beat and the eyes are
glazed in the unseeing stare of death.
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PAM-ALA
WOE W Iae mlml

w we .w_ MA
a^ rwidow i- blem am
the 'bo8 ro ft or v4etae 1a
wvic was PMb- O t b to pmrod ue
STobne, will be of amd ray namesdif dife
w tti world, t Chills and
arre ade: Fever and Age, etc. In1l
Three widows of Do on-l m 'edyUw
flthair way back vy useful, but dang&oui
andoneof tten OI MLrraIAa is
l reported at the PAM.AL
story is a remark- olgb an4 drnut tLA


ad. fima
ift: Twe
"m ksois
lever, aud
th.parLths


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We Give AwI

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we Wew abn A K-- i-yfcrly c m Y.aofany u
God and Gold lfted ins, LstPliuaia
On Cash purchases of $10 we weilIgvc gin $a I


0


Iwk," she said, "that
t the destruction of
it came from Mrs.


g at Durant. She
the message direct
and it included the
bt-and the state-
*it corporate limits of
Sfected, but this city
wreck and ruin.
it was said, was
Van Sickle's son,
A soon as the
ted among the
o Ghobters' flocked,
2it1ment and I and

that I would stick
downawith it, comes

the Van Sickles
to give another warn-
This time, it sound-
Squit my $9 a month
1t countryy. With me
reaction, went about
N e of them giving
.A others selling out
M get on the spur of
IlLimB the saved.
O, w found the Van Sic.
a wnaty others, huddled
We found but lit-
o but, by Divine di&
l/-;U, the Van Sickles
Sblcah county where our
S Uatfied for cash. I
sI t inlux of people tha
xrww nd things boomed
l dl. The Methodist min
lrisd us that we wer
I tt we ought to go bac
M were carried away b
ims of Van Sickle and hi
m a sure that I was hyp
tiigt u being.
y eight come, we lisi
l prayer and exhorts
Ik rie of the destruction o
tvheard nothing alarming
:n we found out that th
0bs destroyed, we began
i the Van Sickles said tl
Imlrspge had been misinte]
It it was yet to comr
Illthat the Six Mile cre<
I Ia destroyed, and Va
L'kee-the Lord has d
pi *g so you cannot r
i)bea cityy' Did you ev
66wln"9


AN EXCELIENT ADVERTISER. PiCCC of Jew y is warranted to be just as rr
our show w uw.
Gov. Gilchrist Tells Westerne, of o
Florida's Advaatages. Free Delivery to any part of th1 ct +.
Governor Albert W. Gilchrist, of
Florida, has been out to the SeattleX I t" '
Exposition, and has been royally treat- | 1 2 / / N l
ed in the different states and cities he 1 / '
has visited. 1
Recently in Oklahoma City, Governor m LI V A : -
Gilchrist was shown marked attention L Ei0 A
and interviewed by the newspapers of T1`57 IPP "
that city. In the Oklahomian of recent "" 'I ~ 7 U' '
date Governor Gilchrist was quoted as
follows: im au
"Yes, Oklahoma City is a hustler THAT BAG ?W" M "7,
and your young state is a wonder. It
has marvelous natural resources and + "
has made an amazing growth in popu- MARSHTALL & COMPANY
lation. However, speaking of general .
resources, old Florida can also go some +
in thdt respect. For instance, DeSoto,


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I a mid that she and he
I~m were the first to leave
OIembly and that about 3
ii are there yet still unde
S the Van Sickles. "Whe
told us we were going t
it I shouted Tampa wa
Sfor'me and, if it sank,
* wiit. I spent all m
SWposition, and am bac
1IIK all on account of listed
Ikeism."
bs who returned with Mr
lrUM. Hall and Mrs. Wrigh
rt Ybor City. The latt<
a small restaurant o


the county in which I live, ships 100,- 1 A 0 I
000 tons of phosphate a year, 15,000
head of cattle to Cuba alone and hun-
dreds of cars of fresh vegetables. i
From my home town 7,000,000 pounds I R A B
of fish are shipped each year, and De-
Soto is the greatest orange county in
the state, besides its large shipments
of timber and turpentine. Around Tal- can be secured by purchasing
lahassee immense quantities of oats,
tobacco and cotton are raised. There of us yor
is not much cotton farther south, as .
white labor is too expensive, and there Building M materials
are not many negroes there." .
An incident of the visit of Gov. Gil- for the Saving you'll make
christ to Oklahoma City was his meet-
e t to nCity was ohis meet-will be sufficent to fill a good
ing with Mrs, Milton Bryan, of Shaw- wul be suffccnt to ff a good
nee. Both she and Judge Bryan are sized sack Not alone wi
members of well known Florida fam- on te f,
ilies. After a brief chat with Mrs. you save on the figures, but
Bryan, the Governor gallantly present- you will also save materially
ed her with his scarf pin, bearing the Ion the cost of repairs, etc., for
seal of Florida. i p.
Gov. Golchrit is a son of Gen. Wil-our products, though reason-
liam Gilchrist, and his parents were able in cost, are unexcelled in
natives of South Carolina. Gen. Gil- quality.
christ was one of the largest slave
holders in Florida, as were other rela- -
Stives of the Governor. As a result of
e the war, young Gilchrist wa. compelled
to start life at $15 a month. But he I rth Florida
"got there," and is today worth about
Sa million dollars. He has served in the Nh Fl
1 legislature of his state, having been
Speaker of the house of representatives Lum ber Company.
in 1905. He has held all sorts of mili.
r tary positions and is a veteran of the -
Spanish-American war, having served
ras acting major in Cuba.
e One of the ancestors of Gov. Gil-:
5 christ was a grandfather of George
r Washington, and another a grandfather C Chla & Diumr ea Remed
n of James Madison. .
o The Oklahomian says Guo. Gilchrist Almot every family has need
s was driven about Oklahoma City with of a reliable remedy for colic or
I Dr. John Threadgill and I. M. Putnam. diarrhea at some time during the
The Governor was returning from the
k Seattle Exposition, where he delivered 11h remedy is recommended
n- the "Dixi IDay" address: on the 24th by dealers who have sold it for
of August. He stated that he had r:,. years and know its value
Heard so much about Oklahoma (Civ It has received thousands of
t that he decided to stop off and see the e.;nonials from grateful people.
'town. Leaving there he.went to litt t has b pre d by phy-
er Rtok and M\lemi hs. It haseen prescbed y phy-
-- 1 ... A .. i4 f--. t n ,r


on


lle, when she received the Heallth
aUd it out for a mere pit- M-eas t, ability to do a good d:ay's
tir to be relieved of any in- work, wiLh -ut undue fatigue and to
$oPd Tampa. find life worth living. Youcannot have
.I- Uwent on further to tell indigestion or constipation without its
men of the sect at Durant upsetting the ii'er and polluting the
rd out just in time to pre- blood. Sucti a cond.:in may be best i
p with another man' and quickest rc!icved by Herbine. thCe;
best liver regulator that the world hai
-. ever kncwn. Sold y: Suwanne Drug (,.
UM9't the time to exercise .
-Doan's Regulets will pro- iJohn P. t'uthn ot Eis, iha be
They indu3 a md elected as an honurary vice president of
L n They minduca a mild, I ( o
action of the bowels the Lincoln Univ'erityv ndowment Aa-
Ask your drugist Jsociatiton, and auxiiier:v of Lincoln
t. 11 Memorial university. which A located
: at Cumberiand Gap. Tenn. The uni-


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It i:as cfen Sav.( life C[f'r
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ur a physician summoned.
It only costs a quarter. Can
you aford to r- so much for so
little? BUYL I NOW.


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FAMILY CONTEST
d:'eonds in great measure wbitLr
or not you can do a Uttle mae
than "keep the woll from 0bw
.oor." Look out for the fate
by laying by a P'tle ow. petda
iuto the ,s" .:ands of tih Ue
Oak Bank's L..nagewent, belll
4 '- inerest on It plaret o Im
credit (that coupou4ded evry
months) and -Itwp at ae
o' nighbr, .et yo:r dally bread
swe tions '.* r ou ike lhad It a
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CAINESVILLE, FLORIDA FOR WOMt T~UAIMI M
n Inlstltution t, tie First Rank, A Collge without aatgtsm t
supported >by Statt and Federal Suth. offering de -wi nd--
Funds, for Filrida Young Men. in ~ie following dsIartMi
Thorough Courses Leading to Degrees i. A Coi'cv of LAwrW Arun
of B. A., B. Sc., M. A., M. Sc., & LL. B. 1 A Scboo of Iluastw A
IN.1 A ebuht of Foo Arns
In Arts and S.:en.t:es: Agriculture.: A SchAol of txr Ar'.
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iakturer of cheap stoves never cuts his price to the cut


Sl THIE QUALITY OF THE MATERIAL. Of course, this m
i~ l stoves at a low price, but remember, you're getting a low grade,
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YOU CAN'T


YOUSEDOM GET

something for nothing
and the so-called


a cheap ran-


where that's


" cheap"


stoves


are


as it should b&


it's


dear at any price. Our
PEARL SUPERB
SRANGE is made of
two thicknesses of
: steel, INTERLINED
W WITH ASBESTOS.


Anyone


can see


the


*importance of this!
Asbestos being a non-
conductor, confines the
heat in the Range.


insulated at


thin, flimsy
or a cheap a


is used, and uas
sequence a lot of b
instead of do* pV
baking as it ah
escapes into the m
A good system of
sulation means a i


ing of fuel.


YO


CAN SEE THAT!


I OUR PEARL SUPERB RANG


YOU


KNOW


EVERY


PIkDJ


as well


as we do,


of casting thi


that a cheap s


ove


goes into a


or range, made of
cheap material and
poorly mounted,
will buckle and
wjp, leak air, and
eat up a lot more
fuel than it ought
to.


Stove


or Range is


as perfect as it can
be made; sm-,Othe
as velvet, plea-ing


to


the t'yV,


ly polished


its higher
a~ s*)me


NICKEL w,'ork you
have seen.


Come and let us show you our line before you buy. We can prove to your entire satisfae-
tion that the life of SUPERB STOVES and RANGES is from 5 to 10 years longer thas


j lmoit any other make. If )ou can't come to Live Oak, write us a postal card and say,


1, "Badime your new 1909 StLve Catalogue, with net prices."


We will save you money.


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FPAT .IN- LAW. ANOTHER NORTH POLE. PREPARING FOR TfiK R ?UNON.
illtd-Fatal Eading of Messae From Peary Says He Nailed Live Oak BeN d Trane WI N I
gmlily fed. Flag to North Pole. Ratertais CIcaest vetesas- m
was shot and instantly New York, Sept., 7.-The following' Tuesday night a call eet of the A
|rrrai, his father-in-law, dispatch was received here today: Board of Trade was held in the eity
about five miles "Indian Harbor, via Cape Ray, N. F. hall The object of the meet wa
in Hamilton county. -ro the Associated Press New York: to appoint committees and look after
tio obtainable, it The Stars and Stripes nailed to the raising the necessary fds to prop.
tbe killing was the result North Pole. (Signed) PEARY." early entertain the Confederate Vet
feud of long standing. Philadelphia, Sept 7.-Admiral Mel- erans and visitors during the State r-
had been living with her ville, when informed of the text of the union here on October 0th and U2st.
erring, since her separa- Associated Press dispatch from Lieu- The attendance was not very lrge, bat D
mb husband some months tenant Peary: "If Lieutenant Peary the enthusi-un was there aright and C
IB ring family objected to has telegraphed the Associated Press it obly took a few minutes comtdittion
to their home, and it is he has found the pole, I believe it and to find that every dollar necessary was
omtinued to come, armed say bully for him." forthcoming, Cand ~n Tio, of
S aso a thats Washington t. 7.Welborn, who was present, wa author-
Sad also made threats Washington, Sept. 7.-"I believe inized to proceed to order and buy what-
rwoold continue to come holding the whole matter of the claim ever was necessary, as cash to pay all
b M children remained there. of the discovery of the North Pole in bills was at his command.
the Herring home again abeyance until adequate proof is sub- Before adjournment the following
committees were appointed:
I!nh and while there the mitted," declared Prof. Henry Gan- To Solici Funds C. A. Hardee,
'a renewed, resulting in nett, who has a worldwide fame as a D Henry and J. W. Blume. ca
a load of buckshot in geographer and author of scientific Program-W. H. Lyle and F. R.
ad another in his back as works. McCormack.
dDecoration-L. F. Harvard, A. H.
ashed off from the gate, Trobl Lewin and G. Potsdamer. I,
lmst instantly. Her-i lu Tr l Reception-CoL F. W. Butler, C. W. "
SJasper prison awaiting corn- Rev. G. P. Sauls, who has been mak- Rodgers and W. L. Tedder. c
tia. Both parties are citi- ing this county headquarters for the Bi
p g standing. past several months, is now in serious DWELLING BURNED.
I trouble. A few days since he procured
Cypress Lake Recorder." a marriage license to wed one of this C. Griffin Lost His Home and Contents
p. m., September 3rd. Ev- county's highly esteemed young ladies, By Fire Wednesday Moring.
B moving on nicely, and the preacher was about to pro- ba
asool was fine Sunday after- nounce them husband and wife when Fire on Wednesday morning at about
La a M. E. church. After the father of the young lady objected 12:30 destroyed the residence of C.
bkoel the Woman's Foreign and gave as his reason that he believed Griffin, manager of the Western Union
telegraph office in this city, together
Society was held, of which Rev. Sauls had a living wife in Leon with a the this city, together
were present. county. The ceremony was never The fire was not discovered until al- o
Colier and Miss Belle finished, although the reverend gentle- most the entire building was in flames,
are quietly married at the man declared there was no truth in the and itwas with difficulty the family
escaped. They saved absolutely noth- a
o f the bride's parents, after report. Investigation followed and as ing of value.
Itay left on the 10:30 train for a result Sauls was arrested last week Mr.Griffin's home was in the northern
home. We extend congrat- and in default of bond is in jail charged part of the city, out of reach of water
with an attempt to commit bigamy. mains, therefore it was impossible for
From reports Sauls has been married the fire company to be of assistance.
d Mrs. Henry Holtzclaw vis- From reports Suls has been married Therigin of the fire is unknown.
t e. last Sunday. twice. His first wife diedseveralyears Loss on dwelling and contents about .
Al va Wilder and Mr. Simeon ago. He afterwards married a young $1,800 with about $800 insurance.
I, Miss Josie Boatright and Mr. lady in Leon county. Coming here a -
W visitors at Evergreen, also few months ago he passed himself off as J. L. LEE
y. I a widower, and until this trouble came
Ia d Mrs. Thos. Law visited her up he stood very high in the section of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Mlulh, Mr. and Mrs. Legett last this county where he resided. We Live Oak. Fla.
hope there is some mistake about this'
Revels has been quite sick, but matter, as we hate to believe a man Will practice in all the courts.
i Office second floor Parshley buckling.
SHiliB at this writing, engaged in preaching the Gospel of O
a Wilder left last Thursday for Christ would attempt to violate the
Sto visit one of his old friends laws of God and man.
Altr which he will go to Brooks-1
h ea he will take charge of the DEVELOPMENT OF THF MIND.
hiDe school at that place.
1b Law had the misfortune on Lecture Given lby Rev. Sam .1. \White
t~ao from Fernandina to fall.l Tue'l~ a Niht. i r n r
S^west bound Seaboard train According to previous announcement
.4k8Ogden Monday night, Au- Rev. Sam J. White gave his noted TA
Seeing instantly killed. We lecture on the "Development of the
wIW heartfelt sympathy to his Mind" at his tent on Tuesday night.
p![i mother and relatives. This was one of the best lectures
ever delivered in Live Oak. A large
ahrrmers are 'busy harvesting crowd attended and was held spell-
|lomPteous crops at this time. bound for one hour. The lecture was
M l still progressing nicely, it filled with eloquence and good moral
advicee Rev. e W hite proved himself to
bat we trust it wll hold up. dbe a good impersonator.
str.daw and Miss Ruby visited A very betting solo was sung by
ShetFridy evenj inig. Mr. C.H. Noble. He has added to t
hrhjut nished reading the service greatly by his beautiful1
Bible or New Testament
i g taking a chapter at a solos. C
r1t~ofthe time. I wonder what
has done the like? NATIKE TELLS O, Y .
. Best wishes to all, B


S of Cypress Lake Record for T. Well.
week ending September 3, 1909.
rr e


Breare-TotuwiMll.
A T pretty wedding took place at

*l Tuesday a ternoon of
Mr. James Albert Breare
and Miss Mary Ada Townsend
Wity were the happy contract-


When the kidneys are sick, i
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action:
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
ills.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure ail kidney
ills.


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CoUnTY or SuwAxf (n
L S. B. Con=rM. Cuhr of tbih rnmiM
ank. do Mimnly swea that th dabs immmt
true to the bert ot my kuwWd d IbYh
S. B OMWL Chbie.
Correct-Attest: CARY A. ARDI
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D. E BYRD.
Subsribed and sworn to before me thie std
Sept mbeat 195.
[ ..] KARL BABDIN.
Notary Pube
Notary Pubic, State Flofrida. Mylrm
o expires February 12,1912

A Pleasant Time.
Last Friday evening, September 3d,
Miss Fannie McClellan, of Welbon,
entertained about fifty of her friends
n honor of her brother, Papt. Frk
McClellan, of Miami, and Miss Mary
Bothwell, of Live Oak. The evening
was enjoyed by all present Delicioo
refreshments of lemonade and ice
cream were served during the evening.
There was music and games until a
late hour when all left, hoping Mi
Fannie would invite us all b again
soon. ONs THAT WAS TaHB.


Olaate dd~ir~-~-
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Theabove is4 4
able f~as~
gottou odm bin b
"Mte Ekim
gr~nng rawa, abuO~kl ~
thehemds offsI w
you have.wt *r0 N O
of theaebooky ya em,.
bysimjl cumlliag at dm


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Your Boy for Schl


le have just received

he finest and most

complete stock of

loys' Clothes we have

ver had.


We have also received our Men's Fall Line of Clothing,
the best and most up-to-date patterns we have eve
shown you. Our samples for TAILOR-MADE Clothes


are now out


The bride is the daughter Live Oak people testify to this.
Mrs. G. W. Townsend, old E. S. Tullock, Howard street, Live
respected citizens of Live Oak, Fla., says: "I tirst used Doan's
The groom is the son of Col. Kidney Pills when living in Greenville.
Sreare, deceased, of Mayo. Tenn., and at that time they cured me
Clarence Hart of Mayo acted as of a severe case of kidney trouble. I
an and Miss Mattie McLeod. was not bothered again until I came to
of the bride was bride's maid. Live Oak. The drinking water here,
Swere in attendance from Mayo, had a bad effect on my kidneys and the
ILWn tho manthor ri Mr R'r,, i .... .... 1.. r .. r r


for your inspection.


Men's Suits, $12.50 to $25.00

Boys' Suits, $4.00 to $7.50


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| After three wees' hard work of our Mr. Harvard, asssted by Mrs. Harvard, among the best mto
l ncddg New York, Phildelphia and Bthmoe, in search of good things for our customers, we ave ga
I GREATEST COLLECTION OF GENUINE BARGAINS ever brought to Live Oak ^


From among our immene Fall Purchaes, we have just finished marking and arrang-
ing for YOUR INSPECTION a big lot of MILL ENDS, running from two to ten
yard pieces, which we place on SALE at ONCE. These consist of all kinds of Cotton
Materials, suitale for MEN'S and BOYS' SHIRTS, LADIES' DRESSES, WRAP-
PERS and KIMONAS, and specally good for CHILDREN, as they came in pieces
of two to ten yards so o i t t o ,o to t t 0 t t o


Don't forget
sellRIVERS
PLAIDS

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All these are New, Clean, up.to.date Patterns. Consider these values and F


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Yard-wide Madras and Percales, best
quality, 15c value, two to ten yard
pieces. Sale price, per yard...............


Beautiful assortment of Ginghams and 4
Cambrics, worth 12 1-2 and 15c. Our I
Sale Price, per yard ....... .. ...................
Regular 10c and 12 1-2e Ginhams, in a great
variety of patterns. Our Sale Price, per
yard .... .. ........................ ....................
10c and 12 1-2c Cheviots, in solid colors,
checked, plaid and striped patterns. Sale
Price, per yard .............. ........................


10c


Oc

8c

8c


Ten Bundles, comprising 2,000 yards
price, per yard


3-4 Book-fold Percales. in a pretty assort-
ment of patterns. Our ,ale Price, per
y ard ...... ........... ............................ .......


Cotton Suitings, in asserted patterns,
fine for Girl's School Dresses. Sale
Price, per yard ............. .................
Regular 15c Cottonades for Boys' Pants,
in a good assortment of colors. Price,
pe r y ard ...............................................
Best Blue Demies, splendid 1.5c value.
We offer at Sale Price, per
yard ................. ...... ... ...................


of Apron Check, at the very low


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Besides this big shipment of Mill Ends, we have received our regular fall stock of Piece Goods,
Millinery. These have been selected with great care by conservative buyers and are dependable
Remember, our CASH Policy enables us to give you the Best Merchandise at Lowest Prices.


Ready-to-Wear Garments and
for Quality, Style and Price.


Yours for


THE


a Money-Saving Opportunity,




NES EMPORIUM


SLocal and Personal

Msttr Jno. Hildreth is in Jackson-
s3Jfif this week visiting relatives.
Jde Carter has a smile this week
a tkt o t come off. He is expecting
S t t m dm and boy home today.
.Dr. Efird is expecting Mrs. Efird and
Slitt so home today from their sum-
Wr's outing in North Carolina.
Col F. W. Butler, returned Tuesday
S ro a few days visit with his parents
at li o14 home near Eustis, in Lake

S Mr. ad Mrs. W. H. Dowling, of
Sb-" o, r min Live Oak Sunday vis-
I!q Mr. DowHing's parents, Mr. and
.M T ho. Dowliug.


'-" 1t in b National Biscuit Company
I CWmk at S P., vs.
1 I @ W r' State uniform examination
,' k kdd t at the high school build-
4 i. this week. There are quite a num-
-hl of apphclnts for teachers certifi-


The Boand of Public Instruction met
in regular session Monday.
The Chickasaw Indian base ball
team will play the&the Live Oak team
on the local diamond September 20th.
A fine line of perfumes, toilet waters,
face and talcum powders at Cook's.
Mrs. McCollum, of Tampa, who is
spending the summer at Suwannee
Springs, was in Live Oak Saturday,
the guest of her friend, Mrs. C. J. Mc-
Ghee.
Jno. Crandal, the popular night clerk
at the Suwannee Hotel, went over to
Perry Saturday and played with the
Perry team in the game of ball -- Prry
vs. Chickasaw Indians. The score, was
4 to 4.


Major Geo. E. Porter has gone to
New York and Philadelphia on a com-
bined business and pleasure trip. He
left Jacksonvillle Saturday over the
Clyde line for New York. and expects
to be absent several weeks.
Biggest line of writing tai, .: and
box paper in town at Cook',.


Mesdames Pike Maddox ard l.vnman
uvrsiwms will nrun to Live Oak over Helvenston, two of Lake C'itvys mst
L O. P. & G. and Florida railroad charming young matrons cn-, Uio r
qpImb2er3t on account of the game last Saturday and spent ti;:,. ia.- v ih
d bll here on that date between the Ars. Helvenston's sister. Mr- .Ii.
bi kasaw Indian team and the local graswell.
uHun. W A. ''ison, ,,f \V .-:, >...-
DIuring an electrical storm here Sun- mander of the Suxannee, Co,:itv t:;
d afternoon a valuable horse belong- of Confederate veteran., was in t.
ig to Rev. A. J. York, tied to the city Monday and Tu.sday arran.;
ibi g post in front of Dr. Brown's matters for the State ruh!ii,n ,;" *t
rdice, was struck by lightning, and Confederate veteran.i t, t i h ; ;'
instatly killed& thiscity October 2, and -1 .
Have our picture framed at Cook's Mrs. n () Henry ha. iI ,


Mrs. T. S. Baisden left Wednesday
for Santa Fe to visit her daughter,
Mrs. W. R. McGregor.
Mrs. W. H. Randolph, of Tallahas-
see, is in our city the guest of her
daughter. Mrs. Dozier.
M. A. Adams, one of the leading citi-
zens and merchants of Day was a prom-
inent visitor here Tuesday.


Miss Sallie Porter returned yesterday
from Dowling Park where she had been
visiting Miss Florence Willard.
' Capt. W. J. Hillman and &Ed Porter
were among the prominent Live Oa'i
visitors in Jacksonville this week.


The Board of County Commissioners
were in session Tuesday and Wednes-
day.: They had a very busy two dais


Miss Hathy Barton, who has been ~e 'Vn.
with her grandmother, Mrs. Hayes at Dr. Anderson and Col. J. E. Wood
Greenville for several months, came attended the Woodmen picnic at Ma li-
home Tuesday. son on Thursday of last week. They
J. Kalil. proprietor of the Live Oak report having had a fine time.


Department Store, made a business
trip to Jacksonville the tirst of the
week. returning Wednesday evening.


Miss Carmita Grubb returned the
first of the week from a few days de-
lightful visit with the Misses liamp
tons, at Hampton Springs.


Mrs. E. P. Mills, of Lakeland, and !
Miss Lena Lewin wil leave Saturday
MiSs R):,a Mills, of Ro.ssburg, were in for Newark, N. J., where she wiil i
Lhe c.it Tuesday th, ,uet (of Mrs. P. spend the winter with relatives and
E. O'Nvatl. friends.
("'vle tyrd. oie ,f Live Oak'i bright- Wanted I mprovtdl farm in Suwan-
est and best b %vys wili leaxe Sunday nfee C!unty. Price and title must be
for Atlanta. Ga.. t,, a';ati enter the ril it. Apply to U'nion Investment
e,:orgia Technetlv.r (\'ilee. This is "'. l.ive Oak. Fla.
i.,,it'.- third tvr!; at t-reat clhe. lEarnest Workers held another
Avo,ii Otx ru..h and niavce ,,r dresstse v'ry pi-esant meeting Tuesday after-
n rn wvith Mr.; E. P. Groover. Mrs.
Mnade n,'w. avl,'-mati,' sUItt, Tul' C. T. McDLtaniel is to be hostess next,
'Frocks. Elabrate ,,VII, and dainty Tu-sdlav.
lus,-.* (y ;,vT--t.,, hizh-grai. [Dr. lTrible. president ,of ('lumbia:
- .- lt i Mr-. ; i. l)ress. i, e e fI lake ('itvy, ti'ild ;he pulpit
rar... 1 Pent ..,. a t he Baptist church in this citv Sun-


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In recent years ciet *
proved that the value of foodi
ured largely by its purity; r1R
sult is the most truingeat
laws that have ever bee bm
One food that has stood Wt
nently as a perfectly cleam IllA
food and which was u p0l
the enactment of the lawl8
could possibly be is Qua ro
conceded by the experts to Mbef
food for making strength 1f
and brain. The best and rChUuI4
all foods. The Quaker OIt 0l0W
is the only manufacturer o 410-1
that has satisfactorily solved i LBC '
lem of removing the husks i* I
specks which are so anDoftI M
other brands are eaten.
For hot climates Quaker O I
packed in hermetically w98
keeps fresh and sweet anyvhrwM


Have your Eyes treated

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.'l!' r e ,v u-',nly o.i e hid h received by
h,. h[,,ari of 'oriantv C' ,m nis siion r ^ it
.hei N;e finll [Tn.,diav for the
"*' J'I- 'tyU o n warrants asiv-'rti^-,(i t.q
.i, ini ,n that day under seled bd.ds
to, i:,_ htest and tb,-st bidder. This,
:,;. ;vas from the citizenss bank. fi IWe have
ti-,> c:ty. and there being b.At the one
'!i;,, -ttnc (t'urCntv Cormmi.sioners line o[f
,i.'flen d it best to readverti.e and Mr


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BLEACHING at
Se Per Yard


DrmmeaS' am.
pb, lat gar-
OWtti at wonder-
full Brga Prices.


SEE THEM.


RIBBONS


Special lot of SI .
Ribbon, all coar%
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Omner,"' he ;aid, -I fourki
118 everywhtre bvwxominr
in business and the I~rk,-


Governor Liilchrist sad that the o!d
order of things in the south was under-
going a mighty charigt. i':articulari\
with regard to ,\kt men.
oWe no longer scck to brinL up cur
Womenfi as W\e used to. he s3ai. In II;l-
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BilB time. /lp plais thi &wwk e& t WtB
-- d t, Stemb lM We thMAk t
Roek Hill N"ovt who did come for their inteet d


The farmers are bPtqtheria their
acorn r tthin va Brac Voyles has been on the sick list
W. & Eloyd, of thelLk river for some days pat. \ALxUS.
to wai tart ft the by net oihn-
ay. We hops the t mon itoe will
spae a ltt of Bro. M"Jr ", this Behville Items.


HBrma Brock sad i. P. Jolhs have
beea tt oat tis ia thi pat of the
tmot4 fa ntt thue fiac
II SL rv is --teapkt&g
asrn t bk* in this put of the


SR Hwoay ad Jerry Blntoan hav erected
!Y r t a W mi4 and M Pagil bupiMN, six
sahaltmile siout of WUborn, on
,glelial ~Oe of their farms. They have a nice
f mwaehm aee o timber to lst them a good
~~ "k Sueeess to the Mr. Banton's.
nunnRUM G. R, Sumner says the picnic at
U Oak Pl Hill was a mad success. He
i-l a s b he went and ah he saw was three
ca out from under the house, grant-
ed as good a tosay, nothing doing hee
a** be daytodis tay, my brother.
^a b--a t Sumner, of near Emerson,
s ,^ died taMr y night September, &d,
'm The i at 8 o'deck. He was sick about two
,i te local wmekamWore his death. He leaves a
S-aiGma wif s sW AQve china, one of which is
ma GmwgiL We oin the deep sym-
i e C.. I pPhy a his wife and children, in their
t-J j htii,' sad bereavement. e was a Methodist
el-s is it- preacher, and died believing in his Sa-
iu. NwRrn. Z.

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i U Hooka, of Tam-
ibtia M* u..iHooks' We had some nice showers Sunday.
left for their They were very beneficial to the gar-
idens
have pushed Mrs. J. M. W. Clark has been stay-
ad e ard all promise ig in Live Oak for sometime past.
to. n one page of She has her baby there for treatment.
easily for Welborn, It has been having fever.
at nothing could be Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Roberts returned
tn a Weborn page. to their home in Tampa, Tuesday, after
lmey after a pleaant i a pleasant visit to relatives and friends.
eter, W. B. Zachary left The protracted meeting is in progress
for Atlanta, Ga., her at Rocky Sink. We sincerely hope.
much good may come as a result of
Keete left Saturday for these meetings. The meetings are an-
to be'premet at the mar- nounced for Tuesday and Wednesday.
ir riend. Miss Keefe Saturday was quite a pleasant day at
o nor. Rocky Sink. Theie was services and
seed cotton shipped afterwards dinner was served on the


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Ime d Mr.
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'Baptism of the Holy Ghost,"
"Birth of the Spirit.'


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These are two great subjects which
are clearly taught in the Bible and vet
they seem to be so confused in the
m nds of the people that they are badly
misunderstood. On next Sunday night
the pastor of the Advent Christian
church will speak on "The Baptism of
the Holy Ghost," and the following
Sunday night, on "The Birth of the
Spirit."
All who are interested in these sub-
jects are cordially invited to hear them.
hose who are not interested are also
invited, that they may become inter-
ested. Electric fans to keen you cool
while you listen.


A local branch of the Farmers' Uni<
has been organized in Ocala.


Every Saturday

willil OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS in SHOES


Collections from broken lots, arraigned in sizes so you may
secure any size you need
0
SFor Men, Women & Children

As an inducement for your patronage, and to keep our
stock clear of odd lots, we decided upon this plan. You
will save money by seeing these lines before buying.


We are showing all the new shapes
FALL FOOT WEAR. Among our lines we


and styles in
are agents for


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(& Son, Howard & Fos-

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Offices up-stairs over J. C. 1
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were formerly occupied by


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The farmers are busy gathering their
corn ad cotton. We are having some
bd water on cotton.
Ms Sweat, wh is teaching school
nearDowling Pak, was visiting her
faher sad mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Sweat last Saturday and Sunday.
W. M. Timmerman made business
trin to Live Oak last Saturday.
Miss Gracie Atwell, who has been
visiting her father, is now back in this
community.
W. M. Timermnw a and G. F. Tim-
merman, of this community, were vis-
iting friends at Wilmarth ast week.
Rev. C. B. Cason preached a beauti-
ful sermon at Bro. J. A. Cason's last
Monday night, and received in three
members.
T. W. Sweat was visiting in this
community last Saturday and Sunday.
M. J. Sweat was in the city this
week, courting.
G. B. K sn had an ice cream supper
at his house last Saturday night and
we all enjoyed a nice time.
Frank each, who has been visiting
relatives and at Treton, is now back
and he reports cotton awful sorry in
that part of the country.
BlACK EYES.


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