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 17, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00577
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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U11 OAK, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTRmUBu 17, Io.


THE


F


ARMER


SThe First National Bank of Live ak


invites you to become one of its


customers.


If you are already doing busineM with m


we thank you; if not, read the statement below and open an account with us. We
make it a rule to accommodate every farmer worthy of credit, most especially tho
who deposit their tunds with us when not needing the same.


Statement of Condition at (lose of Business August 31st, M
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Loans and Discounts -_


U. S. County and City Bonds -
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures
Cash and Due from U. S. Treasurer
Real Estate Account .


Total Resources


E S


S $183,327 16


63,999 34
7.680 00
52,141 21
5,979 67
$313,127 38


L I


A B I


T I


Capital Stock, Surplus and Profits
Bonds' Account .- ......
Bills Payable--.. ...................
Deposits -------. ---. ---. -..
Circulation ----. ---.-- --- -


Total Liabilities


E S


S iqo1m w0
150,UI 84
42o500W
$313,127


m


Growing


All


the


Time


The resources of this Bank on the 1st day of September of


this year was


just Eighty-


one Thousand One Hundred and Six Dollars and One Cent


more


than on the corre-


spending 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?


Saving


S


Department


We will pay


Savings


ou Four (4) per cent. Interest on money left


Department.


Check on it when it


I rlflir


suits


We do not


require


any


notice


with


of


us in our


withdrawals.


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e 8Bodl Bson d- Om awe tb quisrluMrmio, present, C. s emjd nan e d sikae-s
irhMoo W.E Ogdenand W. L tbhamryeth-rdidi Im t tdh
~'h& bea Ndy fa
S rd by the board tt W. A. Crmpas
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i Emnu the. 4
grrnus a Xgih
While HMi Prue Kimiore of EDt
Wmd, I., Wu omaw dwn ittar
TuMd y As rti dl eto
ae the ka .
Amos Itty d Vodpotk Awh
uarsimg a rafntios hoe, wM
kicked jut south of the corn cnb.
While Harold Green of Besolah,
Mis., was escorting Mis Violet Goof
home from a church social Saturday


a
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. oB B H, coroiai welcome to all. thme reign.
S Holloway, teacher .. 35 J S. L:. ,astor. Bill looked up, and his voice shook
M M Hollowly, teacher ........ 35 wh io h
vx:;h indignation whe"n het rvplled':
R L B Thomas, teacher .......... 30 ell. wh'n th' i I in t you sa i
CT Forrest, teacher....... 3.... Not a minute should bl, lht when a s El ba ip I didn't yo "
F A McKinny, teacher ........... 30 (0Eb
Sallie Harris, teacher .......... 25 child shows symptoms of croup. ('1ham-
Annie Moore, teacher.. ....... 5 00 berlin's Cough Remedy givtn as soon A tlowi':g well has -itn .s'nk near
W R Moore, teacher ...... 25 001 as the chiid becomes hoarse. or .ven LIauderiale and i.-babldhngover the s.r-
Roea E Stafford, teacher ........ 25 0 after the croupy cough apptar. %ill face of a six-inch pipe. This is Lrood
Lottie McDaniel, teacher. ....... 25.00 a t ews to the ,people (f this. section, for
M L Smith, teacher............ 25 prevent the attack. Sold I l;.Lrcial it \will now solve the irrigation ques-
& Groover, drugg~L.si tainl when the progress of tirainatge and
Total ...... ...... $2567 27 agricultural activities shall make irriga-
* The following accounts were received Suwannee LDeW crat $1 a Year. ti a actor in the success of the far-
from special tax school districts, ap-rs.
proved and ordered paid.
Live Oak No. 1.
First Nat. Bank, Interest ...- 98
J L Moore, teacher .............. 10 W / ( '", 0 '
Total ..................... ...1. 1~6f//I / // l
r1AmnqPV and HqUll Nn- "- ': I /


Of comre you va. |^ I ll

If your
Thisiser, a
can r quickly get te fl --F
Cardoi. This great mwdlelu, 6 sr-
lieved or cured thouad d0u a
you from some female trou


For Wom'slb


11" e f x iIer JIrM Soo L4I# I -
: 1t0tbe-e COO. | isarrhoh.o I night a svage dg et upon them ad
Sthe board rderd that | __ bit Mr. Green four times in the public
be notified to return Abouslicad1d y. su
00 received by him to
M etsl at the Little River Sink, Soseph Tutt of Grimmelburg, Iowa,
houml claimedd on the roofe of his house last
Ordadr tht the dividing line be- SHIPPING CORN. week to firm a leak and slipped and
bin BIS anM SAMe eee Ocity fell, striking on the back porch and
41661 4 uthe t x Hastings Furers Are Seadi ng Ot causing seriouss injuries.
ik bitip ti totw booW ho s..s
WI mM ia the boudr dred that Con by the Car Load.
m I edbr be appoitd super so Don't waste your money buying plas-
Ctnt calaoo. Hastings, Fa. Hastings is now ters when you can get a bottle of Cha-
Upo motion the board ordered an shipping corn. This grain is leaving berlin's Liniment for 25 cents. A
1io m Mt until I o'clock the station by the car load and the e l ne .
At o'dok the board met purut total product will represent a very sub- price of nannel dampened with this
t dijnumment and was caedto order stantial sum. A few years ago Hast- liniment isisuperior to any plaster for
S iriman C. H. Brinsaon, W. H. Og- ings, like other sections in the state, lame back, pains in the side and chest,
Z and W. L Melnnis were both pies- imported feed of every kind, but now and much cheaper Sold by Barcla
Sthe fields produce a surplus and for the Sold by Barcy
The tu nr's report was received, past two or three years corn and hay Groover, druggists.
n ed, approved b the board. hve been shipped from there by the
Pol lit ft tax coetor, J. A. M- car load, but this year the volume is Well Equaipped.
Laod ws u and d approved. much larger than in the past. A Methodist bisho was recently a
Od4ed' thte petition from Su- The corn cro has opened up a new A Methost op was recently a
n- eab ool asking for a suspension industry at astings-a grist mill, guest at the home of a friend who had
i li sd ook be granted. operated by the Floiida Vegetable two charming daughters. One morn-
Ord ed that the board will furnish Comany. This is a great convenience ing the bishop, accompanied by the two
t the Harion school the material to to the farmers, as they can secure .
the amot of 90.00 providing that their meal fresh as needed. H. B. young ladies, went out in the hope of
60 patrus wold forfeit one month of Wilson has also built a new grist mill, catching some trout. And old fiisher-
titma to make it over the former which will grind corn, rice and sugar man, out for the same purpose, wish-
Sf allow ng M $55.00 to each cane. ing to appear friendly, called out:
: M.obowig amounts were received, Stetson News Notes. "Kethin' many, pard ,
-riodlad ordered paid: Prof. Litceld Colton, of the The bishop, drawing himself to his
P'rof itchfien l Colton, of the de-
N~ t. a S, interest...........$ 16 52 ot full height, replied: "Brother, I am a
~Oak1 6 0 tthe summer at his home in Worcester, fisher of men."
Work on wel... 13 00 MMas. One of his favorite summer di- "You've got the right kind of bait,
Sem. of Bd..... 7.60 veo is mkig fine furniture fr all right," was the fisherman's rejoin-
w. ann i a, mli ofhis new home in DeLand. He was rjo
L NuptB MW21 5. mb U te-n der.-Success.
S lt printing 25.. 100005 ed in the Boston school of t der.-Success.
'r ~" .......... 00 nolo and at Columbia University,
e G .,a r .....6 .... 00 New York city. He is Stetson's fam- Disagreeable at Home.
T-W a ,t er %, .............. 00 osfoot-ball coach. He has recently Lots of men and women who are
N. 8Iodg teaeher............ 00 brought himself into great prominence le e, ,
A. N teacher............ 40 00 in the work at Stetson University by agreeable with others, get "cranky
7mAlj~m teacher.' ...... 3 0 designingand making complete spec- at home. Its not disposition, its the
Ilf tcher.... fications for the new men's dormitory liver. If you find in yourself that you
O' tea ...........mow nearing completion. He has also feel cross around the house, little
Stcher ....... 00 designed and prepared specificationsworryyoujustbuyabottleof
1 1a Adam teacher........ 35 00 for a number of the homes recently Ballard's rbine, anut byo a lier of
Martin e tt teacher 12 days 21 00 built in DeLand by rothe members of the halld. YH and eve ybod around yo
KR Albitto, te er 2 mo ... 70 00 t. lifand heautif will feel ter for it. Price 50 cents
Srdl Cmes, teacher days.. 49 00 he a itonemore tof impaf than any per bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug
I* Rd teach er ............ 4 other half dozen men in "The Athens Company.
sa .Go. tek ..... .......... of Florida." His work in mechanical
Maudoe Creekire, teacher ...... 40 00of ii
WT DM t teacher....... 40 00 drawing and shp work brings him into ip to the Jury
r^ close personal touch with all the boys
lwn e olfe, teacher ...........3500 cl me t Stetson for m eh c arts There is a great deal of real, honest
BeeH "teacher..... .3500 ".who come to Stetson for mechanic arts .
ren eg, teacher......... 00 courses, and through them he is mak- justice dispensed in our country courts
SWarm Xi teacher......... 0 00 ing his influence elt throughout the throughout the land," a prominent law-
Jole Botgt, teacher ......... 40 00 sa The professor takes great pride yer said the other day, "and this I am
Alow Hurt% teacher ............. 35 00 t .. ....ugh -
S teaher.............. in the rapid promotion of the graduates at all times willing to maintain, though
RWll ekyd, teacher ........... 00 of his department. One of them has I cannot help laughing, sometimes, at
WSPH nod teacher .......... 00 recentbeen put in charge of the Erie the manner of it I happened into a
SD torth, teacher. ......... 4 raila round house, the largest rail- court house in a little Blue Ridge town \
VAc etworth, teacher ......... 00 road round house in New York city. once, just in time to hear the judge
V. A Re teacher. ........... 35 00 Another is engaged in an important charge the jury.
G W. Rllad, teacher .. ........ 40 00 railroad mining survey in the far west. ou 'pear to be up agin it, boys,"
G La n, te archer ................. 40 00 Still another of 'the recent graduates he said. "These here two lawyers has
ertha wkllias, teacher 2 0 00 is at present engaged by the Bond muddled things up terrible; the plaintiff
Sells Wil teacher........... 4000 Trustee Company of Jacksonville in ad the defendant air pretty well-
YBe WRie s, teacher ............ 4000 king a new set of maps of the city. matched for bein' the meanest rogues *
erd, teacher mo..... 60 00 min the country, an' all the witnesses is
Bele Hawkins, teacher........ 40 00 notorious liars. But vou heard what
OttieL Carver, teacher.......... 20 00 Outing Party. was said-do the best you can, and 1
Ciford Hall. teacher 2 mo...... 80 00 Welborn, Sept. 14.-Dr. T. J. Hack- recollect that t's pretty close onto din-
Ottis Haddock, teacher............ 35 00ney and family and Chas. B. Godbolt ner time."
Jho A Holhes, teacher............ 70 00 and family left Tuesday morning for 1
Do Newom, teacher ...... 35 00 Stewart Springs, which are located on Itching piles provoke profanity, but
R E Lee, teacher.. 35 00 the historical Suwannee river, where profanity won't cure them. Doan's
AR Carver, teacher24 days.. 4200 they will spend several days camping.
Colored Teachers. Fishing will be the principal sport, and, Ointment cures itching, bleeding or
Lillian Roux, teacher ............ 25 00 both Mr. Godbolt and the Dr. are ex- protruding piles after years of suffer-
Arty E Patterson, teacher .... 5 00 pert trout men. The doctor carried mng. At any drug store. 11
uFannie Rus, teacher 25............... 00 the old feather bed that he always --.. ..
Ida E Brown, teacher.............. 25 00 takes on his trips, though he did not lie Didn't Adverti..
A L Manker, teacher............... 25 00 authorize the reporter to say anything .
E B Booker, teacher ............... 25 00 m regard to the broken jug. We think Billie Taylor, a well known farmer,
B J Baker, teacher.................. 30 00 that perhaps the ladies' presence caused was in town a few days ago to get
- DorC Wilson, teacher 25 00 the little instrument of iov to be left some goods he had ordered from some !
P A Stokes. teacher................ 25 00 at home. concern north. The goods were at the
Chud B M~inny, teacher 2- --. depot marked C. O. D.. w.ith privilege I
L. S. Selmore, teacher....... 5 00 Advent Chlristirn 'hir'h. of examination. Billie was looking i
rit......... over the stuff and checking up the bill
aity Wshtoke teach er... 00 Beginnin next Sunda night, the when one of our merchants came up
leeal King, teacher ........_ 2 00 evening services at this church will and said: (
K D Wilson teacher ............ 00 begin at 7 o'clock. Subject fur next "'Why. Billie. I would have sold you
JL oore teacher ...... .. 00 Sunday night, "The Spirit Birth." A that stuff tor le^s money and saved you


DR. T. A. BAILEY

Will have his office over Suwamn
Drug Store in readiness to take
care of his practice on and after

Friday, September 3

His former prices will be main-
tained:
I Crown and Bridge Work $5.00
and up. ,
Plate, full set of teeth. $5.(X)
and up.
Fillings. 50 cents and up.
Gold fillings, $1.00 and up.


I Work Guaranteed.

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Live Oak MaiiiifNi11iiii ('
MIAN *FAt'TT71RF: 1'. V^
Lumber, Shineles, Ice. Electrk
Lights. Power and Taurenti
Electric Lights in any part of the city fumrniWId
Residence or Business Houses at a very rear;nable M
Electric power-Day and night current- fcr mandulmM
purposes.
\Pholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have
:ial attention, and all orders promptly ii!Hd.
We will ive you goodprices on low grade cdinr I
loorirg. Come and get our prices.

I 11,Oll 9WAqy~f# fm~li jmq a ~. w -N,^. --Am


UJNIVEtKMY U ULOIIDA FLUtRIDA State LULLB
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA FOR WOM[N -TALttAftAft.
An Institution of the First Rank, A '.L, r '.t a ;..'i a
supported by State and Federal South. irtt-ri;i tier.- ..'I PMi
Funds, for Florida Young Men. in the ,llonlr ,1; i."" .r '
Thorough Courses Leading to Degrees !. A (', .i ..'.i ,' At .
of B. A., B. Sc.. M. A., M. Sc.,& LL. B. il A ~chui .f I rialial Ar
In Arts and Sciences; Agriculture; Ill. A -chool ,:' -. '
Chemical, Civil. Electrical and Me- 1V. A SchI f :.; r.ir.T
chanical Engineering: Law; Normal V. A Sch,,Al r l t at r .
Schoi: Graduate School. No Tuition. f)th,-r i \!.r:.-r v
Expenses Exceedingly I.,ow. low. Fr furtht-r ,:.,.a t'
For Catalogue write to dress
A. A. Murphree, A. M., LL. D., Edward Conradi, M. A., Ph. .
President Priden(


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Irem Fanie Elis, of Foster, Ar, fned o g I%
ja BRead hereer letter about Cardi. S write: I'
seven years with female trouble Every month I wMM
die with my hcad and back. I took 12 bottle d ( ~
Cared. Cardi is a God-eend to afftering w T
AT ALL DBUG STOl


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TAM V


of thetad iswt
Oda mea ttrot
S poniy, Pfr the
Jt the worst is yet to
of meats, poultry egs
=my be expected to co-
t upward for at let
igh the price of steaks
of beef might go, none
HLgunts would venture to
rare some of the prices in
. ets as opposed those
S New Price. Old Prica
.............. .. ... 35ee 83C
K ^.. ...2.......... 18cto22e
Ise Ik1
W...... 12e 10e
................... 3c 28cto Uc
......... ... W3c etoae
to the packers and big re-
sit two reasons worked to-
W about the sudden boost
te cold weather and the
fip of cattle at the stock


water, they declare, has
double the demands for
the prices. More-
'xqted that the demand
wIll continue to increase
meit two months, while it is
that the receipts at the
wil increase to a percepti-
Consequently, mercilessly
man, the prices will con-
steaks might be pur-
alow as 121 cents a pound
Round steak in some
sw sold'for 10 cents a pound.
IT IN THE amU.


d l the cae a b een cowa
yPr by dsentlte rescue
the noted EuropeAn *ki
h t lar w that dandrff is the
eatsllem of the sanp, caue
Idl- dutrolta the vttalty IE
rtla Thr hair becomes Ufele
k i, tfal out. This can be pre


ifs Heldee ills this dandrufl
r utoir the hair to its satern
4s aburncy.
bi now ued by thounads ot
i StisMl that it the mo0
M hair preparation on the mar,
:Ir asi& dragst. Send tl. I
Shr ample to The Herplcide Co.


Msle Drug Co., special agents.
unique request was re-
S-ewspaer in the neighbor-
rom an appreciatee()
: nd me a few copies of
hh has the obituary and
the death of my child a
t w o. You will publish the
bot my niece's marriage;
Yo .would mention in your
if it don't cost anything,
goig to have a few extra
to sell Send me a couple
aqin" of the paper this week,
time is out you can stop my
s. tim are too hard to waste
e newspaperr"


pIIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
]you neglected your Kidneys?
overworked your nervous
|a d caused trouble with your
sad bladder? Have you pain
S side, back, groins and blad-
lae you a flabby appearance
especially under the eyes?


Full Worth for Every


l ... .
aly set ta net nowt werie.ore
coao adn th oeid s wee it~,m~.
aent ta the some ofe
otoope u o -Ndoe o i icateiB
COmE* ia ki, n( averygood
QPhtly. The qiry Was mIlrmrL w
nay, uad exW ehoiee, and cootetioa
show* mae little adnam rom the
week before.
Crop eeoonts do t now indicate
azythig better than a nodprate yield.
Report from Florida, while ibrerlare !
are not at al bright. In ame retion
the crop is mid to be all open, a the
outlook forp very short aop. Re-'
port from Georm are better, some
counties reporting good proects.
Sales for theweek, 797 biea
The folwing prices were based on
factors' quotations and are revised:
weekly on Fridays:
ft ney eridm ........................... 22% to28, !
Fancyr FGe ias.................... ... 22 to 21
Extn MeaGor s.... ..... 0 to 2
Chteim Geam ad Florid............ 19
ExrtiatanGei ad Florida ...... 16 to 17
Plm Geaw iland ids ...... 14
Comon Gemg and Florid ......... 12
-Savannah Morning News.


Sothern BWtAiae Cw l a Mw
The "Southern" hs bo n,4
first one implement them ate -.
til now it stams am$ the t b
ea s hool in the s It dsr
of students is rwi eve
despite the number im Mad
getting out into the co-muu re vr
The demand for well pim d 9 ar
help greater no th eer
and this cheol, having a ke-M-
. W"k a km e
thisfact, is ankng "tharmhm
the guide to lad it u 8tdtau to -e
cee. vaery young pearas rei s *

ed by theidof tiutn mwant t .
competent ofA. C.d ext m ftro



Palatka to Wadorcetad t iA. L
_rningfromSt. Augstins to ab
Junion were put.into the
deutet. 1 egive the
wope. An Emtom rat BThi m Icio
dents in. All forms rued byh raflm
are in use in this depmrtent
istaught to perfectio ad. N e
the South can foe feSd tgreter to
unity for the study of the Tlera
Thisnt t iss basod n it matl
and we certainly recommend it to
young person in Florida and Sork
Georgia who is desirous of enter the
business world.
PILES! PILES! PILES! .
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind. Bleeding and Itching
Piles. It absorbstuy tumors, allays
itching at once, acts as a poultice,
Seivoc instant rpliof Willlamr' Ta-


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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 all 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.

The Live Oak Man.
Mary is back from the Msshore.
With a lovely cat of tan;
Johnny is bck from the country,
A freckled and fat "little man;"
Mother is bck from the mountains.
Looking on life a a joke.
And father is back in his office-Broke!
"Can be depended upon" is an ex-
pression we all like to hear, and when
it is used in connection with Chamber-
lin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
D a- it~lT m a the+MX ; *.: 1- 4


uc v i. t means IIL iL never tans to KILLED BY TRAIN. SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
comlins liable a fors hilke and Will Simmon Deaf and IDmb Negro, Begins Its Next Sesion Monday,
Sold by Barclay & Groover, druggists. Instantly Killed Sunday. September 20.
A driver and two mule wee drowned Will Simmons, deaf and dumb negro Every preparation has been made for
while attempting to ford Haw creek. bo who had been working at the Byrd the opening of school next Monday.
The man had been sent from Espanola st was ran over by the Coast line Every boy and girl in Live Oak should
with a load of lumber,- and was return- south bound passenger train at 10:40 be ready to enter on the first day. Do
ing to that place when the accident oc- Sunday morning, one mile north of not wait. Send the children the day
curred. town, and instantly killed. school opens. Keep them in all the
-- He had been walking along the rail- year.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and road and had stopped and was sitting Those children who were not present
Diarrhoea' Remedy is today the best on the rail with hi back toward the ap- to take the final examinations last
known medicine in use for the reliefproaehing train. The engineer gave spring, will be given a chance to take
mnwn meiiet in ue oi ure the usual alarm, but Simmons did not them next Monday.
and cure of bowel complaints. It cures move. The engine was reversed and We understand tht some who failed
griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and the steam brakes applied, but the train to be promoted last spring, wish to try
should be taken at the first unnatural could not be stopped in time, and Sim- the examination again. All such will
looenes of t~ bowels It s e l mons was struck oy the engine and be given an opportunity to do so.
losenessof the towels. t isequal y his o beneath the weels. We advise, however, that pents re-
valuable for children and adults. It his lifeless body was placed upon the quire children who failed ouwight on
always cures. Sold by Barclay & train and brought to this city, where it the last year's work, to take that work
Groover, druggists. was identified and word sent to rela- over again without making any effort
tives of the unfortunate negro, who to take examinations this falL It will
W. E. W f Wahula hs u came for the body Sunday afternnon. be far better for the child whatever
u m warren of Wauchla has p The accident is verymuch regretted he cause for the failure of romotion.
.up more than fve thousand cas ll I by the train crew, who used every ef- Let all the children come next Mon-
vegetables since spring with a small fort possible to prevent it da L B EDWARDS
home canner, for which he is finding L
and appreciative home market.-Flori-
da Fruit and Produce News. NOTICE. Hoppty Hop.


Editor Democrat. -Please announce Are you just barely getting around
Have Yon a Baby? a meeting at Suwannee Missionary by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
Then watch it closely. And above all Baptist church, September 18th and'
S19th-probaly longer. Services Satur- less you have lost a limb or have a de-
things don't let it suffer for any length day 18th at 11 a. m., and and 7:30 p.m. formity-if your trouble is rheumatism,
of time with worms-that is fatal. If and Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. lumbago, sprains, stiff joints, or any-
it's complexion gets yellow and pasty, Dinner at the church Saturday 18th. thing of like nature use Ballard's Snow
if it is listless, cross or peevish, gets Everybody is cordially invited to at- Liniment and in no time you can throw
ifitislistless, cross or peevish, g tend and to our sister churches and
thin, suffers with flatulence give it eir pastors, e and hp away your crutches and be as well as
White's Cream Vermifuge. The only wrk or the Master. anyone. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
cur that never fails and Sod by Suwannee Drug Co.


P111t a desire to pass urine?
iam s' Ksidney t plls rine? effects. Sold by Suwannee Drug Co.
' Williams' Kidney Pills will
I --at druggists, price 50c. Thep telephone connection between
" M't'g. Co.. Props., Cleve- Key West and the mainland was estab-
S0. Suwannee DrugCo. lished last week. The local end of the
So line is for the exclusive use of the
. Waters of Gainesville was Florida East Coast extension, and will
*1,0 for selling near beer. be of great convenience.


EMBER-
Go to J A Jenkins for repairs of Stops earache in two minutes; tooth-


iv tv -. ri *Z.1 Iva N*' 1 nams aVB
wagons, buggies, log carts, guns, re- ache or pain of burn or scald in five dian Pile Ointment is prepared for
volvers, &c. Horseshoeing a specialty. minutes; hoarseness, one hour; mus- Piles and itching of the private parts.
All work guaranteed, prices reasonable. cleache, two hours; sore throat, twelve Sold by druggists, mail 50c and $1.00
Shops located near Suwannee Ginning hours-Dr. Thomas Electric Oil, mon- W\illiams M'f'g Co., Props., Cleve.
Co's. Gin. tf arch over pain. island, 0. Suwannee Drug Co.


House


Fu


Furnishings of every kind for every
in every house. Especially beral indu

Trying this store first saves many




FURNITURE

Dressers, Beds, Mattresses, Pillows, Tables, Rokers, Chairs,
ashstands, Sprns, Ru, Curtains, etc. We ca an im-
mense line of Furniture an are in position to quote you the very
lowest possible prices and have everything and anything you
want in the Furniture and House Furnishing line. See us about
anything in this line. Call at our store and make it your head-
quarters while you are in Live Oak. No trouble for us to show
you our goods-that's what we are here for.


WILSON &


Everything


THOMPSON


in Furniture


. orses, Buggies, Mules, Harness,


Whips, Robes.


Large


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Number of


Horses and


Mules for


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PabbaheS evry 1r"Wat
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tbscrptpUo Price:
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stared at the Live Oak Postoffce a
sesoaC ela matter.

Advertiflsg s an investment
r im up o w boy in the way hb
odd co aad yoi need have no fer
t be ever be a member of tb
islatrme-Orb ado SfatineL
Get ready or a good fall busime
Th' merchants who advertise what h
hemtoe"will be the one to aptoa
t "goodWfil" bsis
Live Oak f wlentertain the Coofen
S rate Vte m emt month. Tbey wi
hdahMp ItabIpeople d and attn
u tr toML-Tam p Times.
If we we'e a voter min the Second, w
a ld be low to vote against a ms
Swois ahray ready to fight in t0
ope like Frank Clark.-Arcadi New

IEt to wrbe advertising as a mea
to eeer min baness we would p
"ciWftiaed adveriing. It is easier
keep a wheel going after it is start
t antostart it again.

Have you "'uncinariasis?" Tha
hook-woms. Well, if you have, yot
better tackle a dose of thymol (o
falioned thyme tea) and epsom sa
a&d get busy.-Lake City Index.
The =npioglicive business mar
S a detriment to any town. He is I
the train that moved so slowly that i
farmer threatened to sue the compr
for shading his crop. -Orlando Sentii


1a


SCHOOL


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OPENS


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


Boys'


that you will find in the city this


season,


well made up in all the besc selected pat-


terns
cuts;
large
need c


and materials, and in all styles and
in sizes from the smallest to the
t. We ask your inspection when in
)f Boys' or Children's Suits.


SOON


SCHOOL SHOES for SCHOOL CHILDREN
We have spared no pains in selecting our Shoes for Boys, Girls and Chilt!:.'
son from the best factories. We have the strongest and most complete -

BOYS', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES


Ever shown in
Made to stand
you buy Shoes


the city. Made in all the
wear, comfort and style.
at


different leathers for schM,l or ir, ,,
We fit your feet and save ,,'ir; 4rw,


aty kt (r a aaDoi l fbw yean ta :uple of at> 'A^HY=5 A
p&^MtlMn so''" id*i lBda~ltoaab k wCrBabold df te bB
Vat "'Ina- od to e& in&
i |time ad _der new &aa -e3
P00% w bas w 't "n A.a :
Iwir the ber a mahrth Oaae tion. f S
heare actively in the market and ..Don't go aroad boilK for ba h b sumnitoo atSLlAr
pIying fmI to 4ent, for sem Cot 'D a b tlm
Sa t. a n ofthmonstositom. Dotge t a bnh toib ko, tbse
to amif to qnity. This ia an oftist andthrwt ituinathetfa eof TWS m i
advane f r thWan lone cet a l m.t. he family at breakfus. Don't talk f t Lak o s t i
o mtytbemtpofte s m wr up .t thi l the 'good old ys of t fatLhe .' If itwig llbelied aft nm e rd a
lat year. tad i pries ho utp itwl wemlyknewthe trth we wouldcon- from a sieat AnPdpoa.s
aaDOit~b yef rop, t' frthat there arno 'goodolddays,.' Mr eha owhbsthd p n
bt^ bi ing the ggre ate s We r living in the mlimmIium .no. will apoti nth me frm the Ia
Smut dd teofi tst allgi, e be efl -st atdikw- to-o-"af ,dwut-- eS 3
Svr inwiirklrh ers couil be put bac tbeinthewin" l pwor e mg&ta t to ths
Judge BWeves, of Penascoa bh, a time Oliver Cromwell and sossed up fig elU t if rw wae taeheSd I
W=oWed M a ndm3 te for United to the nee k .they would come back gmrue lect po be t
Sttes Senator, ad will commence an ll wreathed in smiles and content- Alk ba C00 y being of ach large
active campaign about January Ist ment. Thetrouble with so many peo- p mo tion ad p imng ae oeb at f
SThe Jdge is well and favorably known pie now is that they are looking toward agentsr 1 a a tM, for
r m this county. He held a term of Su- the past and walking heavenward with j p senl wibr wl be i
B wannee county circuit court here sev- their backs toward God. When they ito" look aft the erpa rd wd re- .
ral years ago when Judge Palmer was reach heaven they will stumble over' ports, giving lectures, and at the ame
absent, ad met quite a number o ou the doorsilL"-Rev. Newell Dwight time fn*ing a1S the available infr- I
S -- who amed a very high *" m.mation po sie for the good of the ufar-
L people who formed a very high opinion H mers..
e of him. This is especially true of the -This work which has st begPn will
e Live Oak bar among the members of THE NORTH POLE. mean more for orid a gtkt
which there are a number who will be interests tan anything tt has boifI
delighted to support him. He is an It is a little bit singular that Dr. started here for eme time .andifeit
ospporeCook and Com der-Pey should meets with proper ea inemen fr=
honest, true and able man, against Ck and Commander Peary should the farmers,more extend e rrange
i whose character-political or peonal have made knowntheir discovery of the mente will probably be made tor them
c- -not one wor can be truthfiiull sid. north pole at so nearly the same time. -Gainesville Sun.
__________ If there are any other pole hunters The work being done by Mr. Meharg
i n t. ,oe z s... i s ,te fr t has proven of great value to the farm-
The Baimore Manufacturer's ee the frozen zones, it s time for them ers of Suwannee country. He has
Sto make known theirfinding. Anybody demonstrated the fact that with proper
e ord says that no portion of the country; can find th nth polenow. seed and cultivation the acreage pro-
mn is more in need of good roads than the i North poles wi become as common ducton of cotton and corn can begreat-
he South. Nature has not given thes,,,. ;o ". increased without injur to the soil.
'-'e-- n < na+--- mawa-ve as air ships in a few years. Cotton seed was furnished by the gov-
SSutern States natural roadways such It will not be many years before enent through Mr. Meharg to a num-
as are to be found in some colder c- some enterprising Harriman will run a ber of planters in this county, and
M mates and in the rocky regions where railroad up there, and there will be where it was cultivated as directed by
at agriculture is painful and scantily pro- Sunday excursions all for "one fare for ield orwill behis from one-third to one-hale
dctmebe from oneIehird to one-halfseconsofthe
to active. In the warm sections of the round trip." In the meantime the more than from other'cotton. And the
ed United States the hand ot Providence public will have to suffer the nauseat- corn crop, where it was fertilized and
has made all ready for cultivation of ig comments that will fill the papers cultivated under the directioenof Mr.
the soil at the least possible prelimin- fo th co extme ntsix that il ithep p Meharg8, has made a splendid yield.
athy expense. Feratleast possible prelimin- for the next six months regarding this The experimental work done in this
t's very exittnsle or no preparation for pro- transaction county has proven very satisfactory
t' very little or no preparation for pro- But then the newspapers have to and will be benefitial to the farmers,
'd during profits to the owner is stretched havesomething to talk about, and I and we are leased to know the gov-
Sover miles and miles of territory. Hav- ernminent will continue to work here.
It ove iesad tie of frory a guess the north pole ls about as inter- It means that Suwannee county farm-
ts ing provided the land for producing eating as Harry Thaw.-The Issue, era will have the opportunity of obtain-
crops, nature could hardly be expected Jackson, Miss. ing the very best instruction and infor-
to produce the roads for hauling them. mation upon all matters pertaining to
i is It is up to the man with the cotton field -- --- .--- ... agriculture.
like or the cane field to make his ways for Palm Beach county has something
one travel, and the task, owing to the more than any other countyinthe state The cornerstone of the new court
any greatness of the distance to be covered, gularly organized is chairmepublican partd G. house of St. Lucie county was laid on
e is an enormour.s one: It is onlywithin Skipper is secretary, the 7th by the Masonic fraternity.
nel. is an enormous one: It is onlywithin Skipper is secretary. the 7th by the Masonic fraternity.


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ompnthis weeks D
Tabresent FREE with
purchool Bkase.
play Saturday.


See our Candy achKhl
this week's Drm"c
present FREE wift wN|
purchase.


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School and Dress Suits


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*m noat Monday, Sep-

at Cook's.
display Saturday at

osmn was in Jackson-
the week.
tf Boist garden seed at

Humphreys was a busi-
t Jacksonville the first of

Specil at Cook's for 1 cent.
Grubb returned home
a delightful visit with

B ts and attachments

sad Moslin Campbell
for Groosback, Texas,
ork for the Mutual
ompny, who are re-
art house there.
Sat 15 cents a pound at

a,.of rice at 5 cents per

hILk, of Atlanta, Ga., expe-
Lr, has accepted the posi-
Idtrw er for the Lyon Mil-
nul is now in charge of
m- t Miss Ewing comes
*y highly recommended
4K lFcmmat and culture.
sloedwd in school at Cook's
u "666" will cure any
Slad Fever. Price 25c.
JUpr was in the city from
I lotady and while here
l dollar with the Demo-
Wu says cotton is open-
in his section of the
that the crop will soon be


r pictures framed at Cook's.
Sman, who for the first time
ela.ent to accompany a
to rice cream supper, was
l d to know how much
r afor her. He finally had
rtoii Ray's Arithmetic and
I dme gal. -four quarts,"
Shis way, believing he
problem.
kiLs and tobacco at Cook's.
Ili ng an excursionist from
tuty Saturday, Marshal J.
ad his arm jerked out of
~h suffered mtensely since,
at in a few days, though
am time before he recovers
Sis arm. Mr. Hawkins is
hst officials in the state,
mergetie, few wrongdoers
11'1U host of friends regret
which befell him Satur-
Henld.
t free-a handsome piece
h0 atJ. B. Evans'.


School Opens 20th.

You can and an the ordinary School
Books as wellasa agestock of Tab.
loet; hard back Compositio Books at
Sc, and ll kinds of tatioery ad
chap editions of School Books at the
old stand.

Odds andnds of shoes at Cot


WOLFE ON TIE CORNER


H. R. Dixon is the proud father of
another young Dixon.
Buy your school books at Cook's.
Mrs. L B. Sutton is visiting relatives
and friends at Old Fort, N. C.
Nice line tobacco and cigars at S. P.
Mavs.
B. P. Coachman returned last Friday
from a combined business and pleasure
trip to South Florida.
Buy your rubber goods at Cook's.
R. Z. Nelson left last week for Vans-
boro, N. C., and other parts of the
state. He will be absent for sometime.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Yesterday (Thursday) and today are
Jewish holidays and all the mercantile
establishments owned by them closed
yesterday and are closed today except
the Guarantee Store. One week from
tomorrow is another holiday with them.


Nn. K. L.Q^ -** *t
ra itf k
School &le aeah aSt Cos'a.
Mr. d B. Batrtere in
Jacksonville Fri ad Satuday of
la week.
For Sale-Floida roweedrye 6
ts a peck or $2.50 per bushel at
May.


Miss Hays, of Greville, was the
guest of her siter, r. J. B. Barto
the latter part of last week.
Nice line of Colgates soas,perfumes
and toilet powders at Cook s.
W. J. Dempsey has left the Southern
to accept a position with a n.ercantile
firm at Branford.
Lowney's chocolates 75 cents a pound
at Cook's.
We are giving away solid gold and
gold plated jewelry. J. B. Evans.
Miss Maggie Baisden will leave to-
day for TaTlahassee where she will at-
tend to 1909-10 term of the Florida
State College for Women.
Buy your lunch baskets at Cook's.
Rev. Collins, of Jacksonville, filled
the pulpit at the Methodist church
last Sunday in the absence of Dr. At-
kinson, who was in Jacksonville.
Pencils, pens and ink at Cook's.
Mrs. Joe S. Roof and little daughter,
Joe S., spent Sunday at Dowling Park
with Mr. Roof, who has charge of the
Dowling Lumber Company commis-
saries at that place
Good chocolate candy at 25 cents a
pound at Cook's.


I-


A nice present free with every $1 Rev. H. W. Tribble, of Lake City,
purchased at Cook's. will preach morning and evening at the
Baptist church in this city for Rev.
Rev. Sam J. White left Monday for John A. Wray, who is absent from the
Trenton, where he will engage in a city.
series of tent meetings. His stay here .
was enjoyed by all, and the people of Nice lne of Bibles at Cook's.
Live Oak feel that they are better by Capt. and Mrs. Hillman went down
his coming here torte good he and to Luraville Sunday after Mr-. Hill-
his faithful wife did in our midst. man's neices, Misses Pearl and Moselle
Fresh line National Biscuit Company Wilder, who are to attend the 1909-10
Crackers at S. P. Mays. session of the Suwahnee High School.


Butter milk on ice at Cook's.
R. P. Hopkins, of the L. 0. P. & G.
railroad left Saturday for the moun-
tains in Tennessee to join Mrs. Hop-
kins and little daughter, who have
spent the summer there. Mr. Hopkins
is in very poor health, and has been for
sometime and it is hoped a few weeks
stay in the mountains will prove bene-
ficial to him.
You can get a handsome piece of
guaranteed gold and gold plated jew-
elry free at J. B. Evans'.


See our candy "ad" in this weeks'
Democrat.
Will Denham, the popular city editor
of the Gainesville Daily Sun, who was
in the city the latter part of last and
first of this week, accompanied by his
accomplished bride, left Wednesday for
Gainesville.
Fine chocolate candy at 25 cents a
pound at Cook's.
Wanted-Position as strnographer by
young lady. Best of reference fur-
inished- Addre.ss "S "carp of Demo-


Mr. Rubenstein returned last week crat.
from New York where he had been to
buy the fall and winter stock for the Be sure to see the game of ball be-
Guarantee Store. Mr. Rubenstein is itween the Live Oak and Indians teams
one among the oldest merchants in this Monday afternoon. Joe Hinely, mana-
city, and he knows the tradeandknows ger of the Live Oak team, says he is
just what to buy. He says he bought going to have the best team that can
a very fine line and a very large stock. be gotten together in this county.
He found the market good and prices Second hand school books, cheap at
right, and is going to give his custom- Cook's.
ers the hpneflt of pverv harrain he


found.


I. D. RADFORD







fatchcs, Diamonds


AND SILVERWARE


Shave the best


selected and most up-to-date stock


able. Our prices are within the reach of all.
us a call. We are always willing to show goods.


SJust received a full line of Knicker-
bocker pants and boys caps for the
" school boy at the Butler Clothing Co.
In!
Rev. H. W. Tribble, president of Co-
. lumbia College will preach at the Bap-
= tist church twice next Sunday In the
morning at 11 o'clock, in the evening
at 7:30. Everybody welcome to hear
S the distinguished man of God.
Stationary all prices at Cook's.
E The city council was in session Mon-
Sday night and held a very busy meet-
ing. The matter of putting in better
fire fighting facilities was discussed.
It was stated by some that wi:h an ex-
penditure (,f i5,i)o in better equip-
ment a saving of "5.'u,, per ycear would
be made t, tle property owners on in-
i
surance preiiinums.
Bird cages chap aa ('ook's.
Just rece'veu f 'l line of Knicker-
bocker pants an, boys caps for the
school boy at the Butler Clothing Co.
Mrs. Alice Armstrong and son,
Eugene, have returned home after an
absence of two months. Mrs. Arm-
S strong has been in Knoxville, Tenn.,
Sthe greater part of the time, and Mas-
ter Luzene has been visiting relatives
in Marion and Levv counties.
Nice line of Lownev's chocolate fresh
at 7"Tc per pound at Cook's.
2 Mrs J. .1 Hailce and two interrstin'


Did


Occtdr torYou?'


"I paid that bi aee" m
"You mast be mistm."
"Inded, I am otmitan.k "
"Have you a receipt r
"It seems to me I have, but I don't rmmhrr
did with it."
"We have no record of payment, ad ialm s i
produce our acknowledgement in the way of an un
we must insist that you pay the countt"
But it might have been a different stry had the
been paid with a bank cheelk No chasee for -
or dispute when the cancelled check's pro i
ter pay your bills but once-with a check on d



The kCifs ba of i M

A.State, County and Citv
Depository

UI


BALL GAME MONDAY.

Live Oak vs. Chickasaw Indians on
Local Diamond.

On next Monday afternoon there will
be a game of ball on the local diamond
between Live Oak and the Chickasaw
Indian teams. This promises to be one
of the best games of ball ever played
in this city. The Indian team is made
up of big, strong men, and their bat-
tery is fine. Their pitcher is said to
have plenty of steam, and some more.
He is a full-blood Indian and can throw
a ball as straight as an arrow.
Joe Hinely, manager of the Live Oak
team, says he has an aggregation of
players that will give the Indians some-
thing to do if they score. He will
strengthen Live Oak s team with some
of the best ball players in this section
of Florida, and the game will be an in-
teresting one.
An effort will be made to have special
rates over all roads entering this city
for the occasion, and our merchants are
going to make some special cut-rate
prices for visitors in the city that day
Remember the date-Monday, Sept.
20th.
Game will be called promptly at 3
o'clock. This will give all an oppor-
tunity to see the game and catch the
afternoon Seaboard and Florida Rail-
way trains.


Chew gum at Cook s.


KRun Away.
Welborp, Sept. 14.-Mr. Thomas
Hart, of White Springs, drove over to
Mr. Will Cason's, who lives about two
miles from Welborn, Monday evening,
to swap horses, but not being able to
trade, drove over to Stewart Smith's
and succeeded in swaping with him.
Mr. Hart exchanged horses, and when
his new horse started he let out on a
dead run. The animal did not seem to
like the change of ownership, and be-
fore he was finally stopped, Mr. Hart
was very painfully injured, having an
ear torn off and being otherwise in-
jured. The buggy was completely de-
molished.
LATER.-It is reported this morning
that Mr. Hart is still unconscious, and
his people in White Springs have been
notified. He appears to be dangerous-
ly hurt. He is 7I years of age.

Piano instruction thoroughly taught.
Special attention given to technic,
school of velocity, harmony and musical
history. Fifty cents per lesson. For
particulars address


Phone "2.


MRs. M. K. JONES,
Live Oak, Fia.
Box 43.


CONFKDIRAMT DAT.

amp ( tom am at Ica sonmm
BeNlN Orda.
The Old Comfedrat of lkin
county are i adsim a t -he -1
i this ity today. The am-M- b
very o ad tihe O na M
entertain( the 01 C mf 4- -
erans who attended the Staeo I-I
here next mouth isber da n
There is alo heiogasad h as
the time of w to p arsaa d
Daughters of the Unid i
Veterans. MisstFetwritte of IL
'A iTI pu nt d *e Dui"
adm nm H. H, &ibrr
State Senator Mearcu y, df mi.
ville, are here to prfet 00 woro W
tio. We are a-- to knew t
quite a number of the lad thn
city will become msmber.
Another interest ftam to.
day's work is the tiiai
Camp of the SOBS of elt am B.
C. Seton f M. of J f.
Division Comman of th Seas,
here for that purpose, ad a good
strong cmp is being orgaiA
The Democrat omes to prms efar
the perfection oJ either of teIMI
nations, therefore it is iamu to
give the names of the ofe aor amy
particulars in this week's paper.

Netie.
Editor Democrat: Pleaq as-mum
in your paper that the district erl.
ence of the East Florda DINtriet
the Congregational M lherit d a
will meet at Emera dcher Tnw
day night before the mscmd 8Ddy in
October. Parties coau m ott
from the north will get off at a _t A l
and coming from the sot u ath
0'Brien. If those o mtrh
will write A.J. Futch at merger
Fla., he will have teas at the station
to take them to the church.
A. J. It a,
President of Confm nme.
L. C. Sulm, Secretary.

METHODIST C'HIt'IH.
Rev R. V. Atkilson. Pastor
Services at 11 a. m. and T:;;i p m
Preaching by the pastor.
Sunday-school 9-30 a. n,.
Junior League 3 p. m.
Mid-week Prayer Meetng, Wedne-
day, 7:30 p. m.
The parents should come with their
children to Sunday school and we that
all are there, nd begin in earnt the
fall and winter church work.
Strangers are cordially invited.
Tampa has received offial notice
from Washington that mal delivery
wili be discontinued after October I on
all streets where there are no paved
Walks.- Miami Metropolis.


isClass Watch Repairing

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

raving Done to Your Order
%es and Jewelry purchased here can be neatly engraved


children. of Gainesville, who were in
our ci'. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C T.
E. Htaik left Friday for a few days !
!i. oi ( rflatil- s, in .jac; s,.i ilt ift.f,l-.r
rcti~rning homne. I
SNice gradiiuatei nteiiicine glass fr'-t
wth yur ir< prescription at C k' .
Fruit iars cheap at Mays.
Mrs T. H. Randolph, of Taliaha:.see,
,who ha- been thet charming t-: ,:i
Iher daughter. Nrs. Dozier, a: M.;s,-,
Hathawav's. left Tuesday for a vi-it 2
to relatives in .Jacksonviile. The many v
friends Mrs. Rando!ph made while in 3
i nur ,itv will 1(,,'k- forwardr toi her m'- i


LIVE


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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA


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


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From the Northern markets, where he purchased
one of the best lines of Merchandise ever di played
m this section. Our shelves and counters are fairly
loaded down with the new goods and shipments are
arriving daily and are being opened up.


New


Fall


&


Winter


Clothing


Our line of new Fall Clothing is the very pick of the
market. All the new styles and colors at the very
lowest prices. In Gents' Hats, Shirts, Collars and
Ties we have an extra big stock.


Ladies Dress


Goods


This is one of our strong points. Our buyer tried
himself in making a wonderfully fine selection. We
now have all the new fabrics in every shade and
color to be worn this Fall and Winter. The stock is
new, just opened up, and embraces every kind, from
the very cheapest to as high in price as you would
care to buy.


Shoes


Shoes


Shoes


Our line of Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes are
the best brands now on the market. We can fit


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your teet witn almost any price 6noe; nt your
pocket-book as well as your feet. Also a new line
of Hosiery and Notions and Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishings. Come and look at our new goods. It
will be a pleasure to show you through our immense
establishment. _


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SURASKY BROS. PROPRIETORS


Lewin Bid., Live Oak,


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Seabodart n fr a- Y Blftbi
the northern partof tbhe i fts dpe
tis. of Geo fria rite ad i
ter of oL ind Mn. NiA BkLW;
Cryita veraud a niee ot HoM J. I.
Burco, former reger oft the United
States land office in thi city during the
Cleveland dminiWation, Aa a rei-
dent of Oala for a number of years
she was a social favorite and highly
esteemed. The groom is too well known
in Gamesville to need any introduction
and his work upon the Sun as city edi-
tor is a record of itself. The adventof
the newly married people in this city
will be looked forward to with pleasure.
At the wedding the bride wore a stylish
suit of tan, hat, glove, etc., to match.
Among therelations, guests at the
wedding were CoL and Mrs. Nic Barco
of Crystal river, Mrs. Armstron of
Live Oak, Mr. Warren Barco of Val-
dosta, Mrs. Allen of Crystal river, Mrs.
Syd Carter of Gainesville and Mr. and
Mrs. Knoblock of Martin.
To the happy couple, The Elevator
extends the heartiest congratulations
and well wishes for their future lfe.-
Gainesville Elevator.
Mr. and Mrs. Denham were visitors
in this city for several day of this week
and were guests of Mr. Denham's
cousin, CoL Ira J. Carter and family
and F. R. McCormick and family. Mrs.
Denham, formerly Mrs. Bishop, has a
number of friends here. She is a sis-
ter of Mrs. Alice Armstrong, of this
city.


Christian Church Organized.
An organization of twenty-five mem-
bers was the result of the White Bros.
tent meeting just held here. Rev.
Sam J. White remained over Sunday
to be at the first meeting. A training
class for service was organized and
every member became a Bible student
in this class. The fifty lessons outlined
for this class covers the greater part
of )he New Testament. Mr. White
expects to be back with us December
9th, at which time he hopes to perfect
a much greater work. His strong plea
for the Bible and the Bible alone is fast
convincing people that traditions, dog-
mas and human creeds are non-essen-
tials to salvation and causing them to
accept Christ as their creed, the Bible
as their guide, and Christian their
name. Communion services will be ad-
ministered every Lord's day.
We count it a glorious work begun
and much love and credit is due to the
one who has so nobly promoted the
cause in this city. May his labors be
crowned with continued success.


A far-reaching opinion, one which
will have great effect on bankruptcy
cases in Florida, has been handed down
by Judge J. W. Locke of the United
States court. Briefly stated, Judge
Locke has ruled that in bankruptcy
proceeding an insurance policy of the
defendants shall not be considered a
part of the assets liable to conversion
into cash.


Health


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Room 3. IAW
LIVE OAI,


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Will practice in al the im
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35year's
Good stock of Watcehfa
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LEGAL Ngl
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Sale aof owmun couty Ia
Pon waanBt
Nntie bimsh ,r ivWa.thrt.N
on the Sth day of Oetwba
bids for six Pwr coat
ran I, lmed am the
and Intat t Thaereo Fnd of
grat. ao PForty -twe
and falta& due SM a t6e9
and 4m Oon the fintdayrof J*
the next mern yeam
Said wurut to be si-d 0 4
bidder; ad interest eoo@ ?M
the ir daydof Jaumrywd M
Bids bekbr p wilm otbe Ia
Wurrats will be iwmd i
$.00, s600. 10, asUO. mdu i..
A.J. W. BRYSON, COS,
J. W. BRYSON.Clekr.


Notice.
Sale of County School Intest
Warrants.
Notiee is hereby given tht te
lie Intruetion of Suwau .
oan the th day of October, min
the highest bidder, or biddn,
cent. interest bear g --
Cm Bo School Fund .f amid
ste am of Twenty-Two
wnraB tobe mued m tdl a
wilfall de mch year fio M -
Interest payable aaiuf m
and July 1st embh yar.
isud in sums of 3100. m
deaired. Nowarrants will be
C. H.
J. W. O'HARA. Secmtary to am
Notice of ApplicaUton tr t1
Under Section 8 of ,CaiL
Laws of Florida.


Means to ability to do a good day's Notice is hereby given that Alr
work, without undue fatigue and to chaser o Tax Certifitea Nt i
1st day of July, A. D., 1W9, a .l
find life worth living. You cannot have tificate in my office, and ha -a
for tax deed to issue in c-ue
indigestion or constipation without its Said ertificate embrace the
upsetting the liver and polluting the property situated in Suw'an
to-wit: Nw .Sectio 16. Tow 4rae
blood. Such a condition may be best 13s st:, Se o Thc id 's Th m
and quickest relieved by Herbine, the at the date of the ismun at m
best liver regulator that the world has thenm flt Natinal Ban. Cld
id certificate shall be redelsd
ever known. Sold by Suwanne Drug Co. lw, tax deed will istse sm
day of September. A. D., 1909.
__ _, Witness my official signature and Md
19th day of August. A. D.. 199.
J. w.
Professional Cards. Cler Circuit rt.S
S Notice for Inteution to AnLi
Final I)isharge.
M E. BROOME, State of Florida-Suwannee County.
*V Notice is hereby given that the
administratrix of and for the estate t H
H. SUarling, deceased, will. on the SI-
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW. February. 1910. file with the PrObOt
ALVORNE A. CUNLORIT said County her final accounts and
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. the estate of W. H. Starling. deceaa Il |
upon on said date make application to'S
ill practice in all the courts of the State. Spec. for a final settlement of theaffainrsr0d
al attention given to Conveyances, Collection and a final discharge of the administers..
)f hents. Etc. All business promptly attend. SALLIE E. A. SESkW- i,
ed to. Administratrix ,f the Estateof the 'tlW.I -
NOTARY PUBnC STATE AT LARGE. Starting. decea-sed. a1n- *


DR. J W. WEST, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
l Notice tII creditors. l rgatees, distriba
all other pers.ons holding claims Or W1:9
against the estate ofJ,.hn Wesley CS .
PHYSICIAN AND SUR6EON uwannee cutv. Firda. ere
ffice ustrs er aisd's to present such claim. or demands to Bmt .1~
viii., Flor,,da. within 'e friom the
Offices up-stairs over J. C. Baisden's vil a,, Flor.<;a. within ,in*..ufr,,i tl r
store, the two front rooms of whi:h Ih eion of thi notIce. All c laI orf
*were formerly occupied by Dr. A. S. b y vened % La:h CL
York. Calls promptly answered all Administrator of o.-t;', f J. u. Cltd
hours of the night as well as the day. i
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Contest PAM.ALA -rU**
Sati an ot"herfafer 1e usI

a T. 1.. McEvoy, t9 the New Odes
G rade ftrl: "Feb. ,19 ,. I With every Ch p a ofi Sa


Sto Be ^"1^^"< FT ertirs, Ses, etc. to r
Slik amBwlovad" "PaAl wtmanI1akMh
li a AA Ping Pth. G We wil give absolutely free your choice d any artic you ay
*oaj Ir on W iOnm tom Gold and Gold Plated Ringws, W aket, Pins ooaflldetc, tothe ahs d Mii
-* On Cash purchases of $10 we wil give $1 worth of Jewery, and so on up
Sof Gainesville, has DIATH OF REV. T. J. PHILLIPs. pic of Jeweky is warranted to be just as epesented. See the Jewry on
-owber of Live Oak mer- O our show window.
Voting Contest, and one of Flonda's Best Known Method-
wtill give way two ist Minister Has Passed Away. Free Delivery to any part of the city
wlos--one to the most .
P1 o. o te most Died in Tampa, Wednesday evening,
Sthe most popular young seph Phillips. He died at the home of
county residing out- his son, State Attorney Herbert S.
f Live ak. hillps, of Tampa, after an illness ofritVA
several weeks duration. Durngthis
wiM be on exhibition here time everything possible was done for LIV E .F
one of which will be on his relief, but to no avail, and now an- LO A K :: :: LR D A
t show window at Mrs. other name is stricken from the roll of
fthe true and faithful servants of God, M M M\M M
and his beloved wife, in the sunset of_____
rules of this contest the life, and a lonely home, is left to at-
,l rcmants will give 100 test how sadly he is missed. It must "
dollar's worth of mer- be so. Yet m such a death there is '.++ + + +++ + +
So. csh. really no cause forgrief. Hislife work As +
he" cu o is now done, and well done. +ll Ilr I
tirwwil open Monday, Sept. The body was brought to this city,
|IiB loee December 1, 1909. his old home for burial, and in the fam- Ci ~c & DiI MARSHALL & COMPANY
Ix, h purchase at the fol- ly burial lot of his daughter, Mrs. S. a m I M A R H A L & COM PA N Y v Il 1
cash purchase at the fol- ily r.. j,_--,_-I++
''-- ..-, *ik ;...~. J. White, he was laid to rest Friday ----,,., ,, ,-
Svotes will be issued: afternobn. Almot evey family ha need
Sl mes and Gents' Fur- The funeral services were conducted of a relible remedy for clic or +
at the Methodist church in this city by diarhea at some tie diing the +
~esh Meats. Presiding Elder Rev. T. J. Nixon, ori + r"i +
wOcala, assisted by Rev. R. V. Atkisson, ya r.
m Co., Hardware. pastor of the Methodist church of this ; rIm I O L rl a ct rs
I DImocrat, Subscriptions city, who paid beautiful tribute to the by dealk who have sold it for + L Vl
memory of the deceased. I many years and w its value.
SW. Bache, pillinery and Dry At the close ofthe servicean unusually It has received an of PROMPT SALES AND QUICK RETURNS
large procession followed the boaiy moiop
S W to the silent city where the Masonic pop.
hite, Groceries. order, of which he was a member, per- It ha been pressed by phy- +
biauon Drug Co., Drugs. formed the last sad rites. aias wth tbh man ufacto~ ry
Sor depositing votes will be The casket was covered with beauti- result.
r ful foraldesigns wrought with loving IMt A sa i Cotton
ij neh of the above named hands, all of whichh spoke of peace, 'IthSl am m v Be ble a
M votes mav be deposited, purity and immortality. meacme i coud he bn t fr C aly
iu of any of the above firms The funeral services were in charge or a phyacian srwmm _A +
d from entering the con- G. Potsdaer, of this city. It only a a qut Can f rtili, Bing nd T
fro .eteingth "cn-Rev. Phillips was well known in Live i ounMlto ar-k =Ar |s orFertinzers, Bagging and T es +
iwc ies, clubs, etc,, are Oak where he resided for a number ofand T es
iliIe from entering. years. When presiding elder of this litie) BUY I NOW. T
pwI be counted each week by circuit he resided in the district par- ,--
rdwre Co.. and the vote sonage in this city. He was loved and -
respected by all our people. His life
rioam candidates announced in and his record will remain with us as a
S if you want to win a High owes to him and such as he, it is im- S E E D S t VE LEABLE +
possible to estimate, though it would Epy m PIL OR D R Log Distarce Phone S97 20 Bay Street, aest
to"w. ......bea grateful task to trace his influence We will ship any sized oXer ume day u re-ong Dista+. e Phone S7 2 Bay Sreet, +
through some of the most direct chan- ceived. Tested Seeds Only-specializing in T A TA T
I*s of the Contest. nels; to picture him in his various char- BURPEE'S, "The Seeds Tht Grow." A V A N N A H G E 0 A +
l a o g i,. i acters as minister for thirty-six years, W L .TON SEEPD CO .,
Slady or girl in Suwannee husband, father, neighbor and friend, to 7 ou O StJ SONVE. LA. I
r "Ib Islt to entry, except that speak of the sons and daughters he has S.. ..ni nt 4
Above mentioned have the reared to perpetuate his name and em- write forn aemeta, Instdelog..
..-.yo. ne. ..wbo.. intheulate his virtues. But it comes not _______
anyone who, in their within this brief article to do so.
y. be undersirable as a con- Below we give a sketch of his life -f ".^--" T H A T B A G Wod*s Dea*lphv C
Iand work: WHY NOT TRY POPHAM'S
ittNe of any business house Rev. Thomas Joseph Phillips was FallSeed Catal0
may be a candidate, nor 15, 1842. His parents moved to Madi- F SIeed aUalg
kLte relatives, son county, Florida, when he was five (;ives Prompt and Positive Relief in Every noW read. gives the fullest
ithrea ces arising during the years old, his father dying about three ase. Sold by D ist. Price .lO. inforaton about all
to be referred to the above years later. Trial Packge y Mail lOc.
ar ytoAtrd to the are At nineteen he joined the confederate WILUAS IF. CO., ps. tl, 0.Seeds o the
e, wo alone army, serving as a private in the com- -.--v-w.- -- -I A y _a A0
pany of Captain Holloman. Fifth Flor- | A L 0U B t,
l y candidate desire to with- ida regiment, and was with his army Notice.
the contest the votes cast in the Virginia campaign. The Pine Grove camp meeting will G" n Co s
indidt w il b After the war he attended school, Vetches, Alfal
ntd! for any other candi- ticient education to teach. This pro- holders are specially requested to be .. R L S d 1 II, Oit$v
fession he followed about three years. there in the beginning and stay, if pos- Rye, Barley, etc.


made by mail should He studied law and was admitted to Sble. trougn me meeting. iver.y- 1 i Also tells allabout
made by mailhould the bar in 1869 at Madison, Fla., but body corliiallv invited to attend.
g any of the above firms. hearing the divine call to preach, he \V. (C. RE VAN. SR. t &r
|Nuat will give on yearly entered the ministry in 1873 and was a ('hairnman Trustees. can be secured by purchasing Y[getal & I 1lowr Sees
$1.00: member of the Florida conference until that can he planted in the fall to
5 votes the time of death. For thirty-six years Notive to ttton Irowers. of US your advantage and prowt, and about
..... .... he has been in the active ministry, and, I am putting tp gins in Live Oak Hyacinhs, TuHip and other
.........5,000 votes.M atnHyacints. Tulips and other
S5,000 votesuntil this earnever missed an ap-and solicit your patronage, assuring Flowering Bubs, Vegetable and
.......... 10,000 votes. pointment on accountof iillnessorother-1 vou of the best service I can give. I Buildig M at rials Strawbery Plants. Poultry
proposition applies to old wise. have had long years of experience in Supplies and FertilMen
He filled many charges through the the ginning business, and will run the
estate, among the number being: Lib- celebrated Foss gins. I am sure I can for the saving you'll make h've r;i aerando It iiab irdn
ewingaaswellasonanewyo;k hthe sbh:v e ial. It 14 Inaiuable In
I erty and Gadsden, 1 year; Concord, 2' please \'ou. i. t:, r~- sn;~f:ee deultor
Sears; Union, 1 year; Waldo, 4 years;l Thanking you in advance. I remain, will be sufficient to fill a good a (,, .:aLiA. at ati. or F arm or
E T ( \CONTESTIT Columbia., v tears; Madison, 1 ear; yours rto serve, A\. FLETCHER. d ack alone will reuCst Writfor .
Alafia, 1 Iear; Plant City. 1 4ear P'lant o alonewi ues, WriteforI.
_City and Laitland, I1 valr; Newnan- Nt you sav on the figures, but T.V W OOD & SONIS
ville,2 years: Brnnson. 1 year; Mel- Th ,Sa:e Executive Committee oit
oupon ood for rose, 3 years; Live Oak District. 4 the F. E. and C.U. of A.. Florida divis-- you will also save materially U Seedsmen, Richmond Va.
COupon ood fo ear's; Dade' ity. 2 years; Apopka. 1 i,,n arc requested to meet at Lve ()ak.
Ten Votes 'vear: Oviedo, 1 year; Melrose, 2 years; Fia.. at 1,' o'clock a. m. on S'otem nr On the cost of repairs, etc., or
0brooksvile. 1 var; H rooksville and, 2.i 1i,4, for the purpose f iscussilour thou reason-
-'cbster. 1 year Potr Tampa an Gra. rmulati lans for market or products, though reason-
1 year: Hushncll. 1I years. the present cron of- Sa Island cotton. able in ost, are unexclled in
-.......... At the" t: me fV iit death he vas pas- We hlo t, I have a fuil t, i,
to,r at tht- .icthodist churches a-t Bush- fi m "1 \ e t.:nt in th S,: ia quality.
11t-11, \ivlio r h e b re%-ed i,, 4. 11, 11"1 11-Z. a s ;,e %Vi'! a
i"".....~ -- It'Ie was apt,! ,intt tc; this ch r;,!,\tht fC!." iu i rtp .rt lrm 'tn mana..tr ,,: W 1 ,t.
late lamented Kish 'i, C.h: .tL111:i .o ai1 (a'. ,V .: I : St n: a I
may be cast at The Demo- at the c nltrernce i in Tampa in lecm- 1 ..'.'r.
or at any of the stores her of 1',: 7. I,, was ais, a il Archn I P Id'.. .. ..
with the Contest. Mason ar was a t, .'er the : .tnii
I Iak laxire. 8 M in eiD" b'0 4 'L&-b.
SAfter October first. He e1.1ve' survri, i.i.,m. his i ,. :...I ,r i I 1 jee, '1 '"UCleSua ,e P
-.-. .. and the ai' wi chihi -.: Hf rblb rt <. o f i.,. .: I 1 ... To the .at i
AT Nr, rn"nN .. t Colb.:, ,,,. Tnmnp o n anv. purchumraa


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AS HIGH CLASS DEALERS DEPENDS ON THE

AS HIGH CLASS DEALERS DEPENDS ON THE CARS


use in choosing the lines we sell.


We are not willing to risk


our most valuable asset, by selling any but the best Steel Ran
We want you to compare Superb Steel Ranges with others and


our prices.
shown here


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The Steel


is one of the latest productions in medium


Ranges.


It is. strictly modern in every detail


body made of


steel, has. large pouch feed and substantial fire box; copper
voir, THAT HEATS THE WATER; has beautiful finished


Price $30, includ-
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Price $30, include
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can save.


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You can


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and get a better stove for your money, than you can get anywhere


else in Florida.
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OUR NEW FALL

1909 Hats e w ready.
Our opening is going on
every day, and our very
best pattern Hats, Dress
Hats and Street Hats are
ready at all times foryour
inspection Our Trmming
Department is in charge of
an cprt of years factual
exp~inc in soe of the


wn tics.and can plaseyou in price with the very
,900 Fa Styks.


dies' Tailored Skirts and Waists
s. Skirts will be very strong this season, and we have brought out a grand
"m We want you to see them at once-note the new styles, the me materials
Miks.weens before the line of sizes are broken. Also a beatiful line of
o' Waist in the ate Fall Styles We are making a specialty oft Ili' Skirts
its, Tailored SuitE, Tailore Waists, Tailored Skirts and Dres in ay styl

U f Lis' mTdy4 Wear irm ts and Ldie' ts
SGoods we have an excellent carelly selected line in Mohairs, Voi Pan
Gghms and a wide and varied collection of new fabrics. Gigh wms for
r' School Demm. Beut values at each price awaiting your call


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NIIGto be the tdw ott e day simi7
wherN eYw of Bdetmn'sale&
kt bmub.in bm are biag qmtt
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IL PROCEEDINGS. Beaehvlle Items.
OOk, Fa., Sept 1 1909. Everybody is busy picking cotton
eraM l met at 10 o'clock a. and gathering corn. Cotton crop short
jo od, et of but plenty of corn and pinders, so if
j srsirm j.. Barly. l nothing happens we will have hog d
iL Byrd, S. A.Hinley, hominy.
W fr te Mrs. Hattie Boyd spent Saturday
thepurpose and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
d bee raised after M J. T. Crawford
rof ert owne Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Beach spent
.S ia of-oewnery Sunday with their son, Mr. and Mrs.
parties were d : Sanford Beach.
ed $1,000 00; real J. T. Crawford and little 0. T. Beach
Share both on the sick list this week.
Lilenm, reduced $00 00; real Trust they will be well soon.
Bob Atwell spent several days at
4rwver, reduced $200 00; real Beachville this week visiting his
,,,. daughter, Miss Grace.
m B reduced $200 00; per- Frank Beach and Miss Myr Odom
o, reduced $200 00; spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sealy
of the council, the mayor Sweat.
tke tax roll for 1910 was, Sanford Beach has improved the
Scorrted b looks and comfort of his home very
S Pcor te much by erecting a nice chimney, and
no further business coun-! according to his statement it must be a
good one, as he says it drawed a pillow
P dJ. E WOOD, off the bed and up the chimney at a
President City Council. distance of eight feet from the fire
P i place.
LK i H. W. Odom and family are with us
Mty erk again. They have decided that they
can't find a better place, so they have
Moved back. We are very glad to have
Bihkery Sink ItOem. them with us.
bW1 in this vicinity are husy' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cason gave a
I i breaking corn and picking pound party at their home Friday night
, 1 all have very good corn in honor of his neice, Miss Grace At- I
t otton crop is very short. well. All report a most pleasant time.
rfI of death has again seen fit Those present were: Mrs. John Hatch-
S community and take from er, Mrs. G. B. Cason, Mrs. Hattie
M n. William Wheeler. Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Sealy Sweat, Mrs. Arra
asU very old and had been in Beach, Misses Minnie Boyd, Florence
OJN for many months. She Crawford, Myra Odom, Effie Barnett,
Iohmand and five children, be- Daisy Lacquey, Lilly and Florence Bar-i
of friends, to mourn her nett, Bessie and Sallie Collins, Pearl
and Veta Hatcher, and Ruth Sweat
Imam im,-,,,.,,,...,:,.. and Lizzie C.ason. Messrs. Sealv


Prepare


We have just received

the finest and most

.complete stock of

Boys' Clothes we have

ever had.



We have also received our Men's Fall Line of Clothing,
the best and most up-to-date patterns we have ever


shown you.
are now out


Our samples for TAILOR-MADE Clothes
for your inspection.


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RETEST CLE~O PG4tEBRAN vrbo to Live Oak #Atqxq
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Frlom ag out imnm FMR Puchaum we have jut h ~fited a gand smart
Igor YOURINSPE;flONabk~t el MILL ENDSaorumim kg w two to ten
Yardp whkh wp aSALEanatONCL Th ofd oLfCc~t
Materiasultabk i NMEN and BOYS! SHIRTS, LADIES SE&SWRAPW
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All these are New, Clean, uputoodate Patterns. Consider these values and


Yard-vide Madras and Percales, best
quality, 15 value, two to ten yard
pieem. Sale price, per yad...............
Beautiful amaortment of Ging4ms and
Cmbrica, worth 12 1-2 and 15c. Our
Sale Price, per yard.......................


Regular 10e and 12 1-2c Ginhama, in a great
variety of patterns. Our Sale Price, per
yard........... ...................... .............. ....
10c and 12 1-2c Cheviots, in solid colors,
checked, plaid and stped patterns Sale
Price, per yard ............. ...................


10c

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8c

8c


8-4 Book-fold Percales. in a pretty assort- y
ment of patterns. Our Sale Price, per
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Cotton Suitings, in asserted patterns, 10
fine for Girl's School Dresses. Sale
Price, per yard ...................................


Regular 15c Cottonades for Boys' Pants,
in a good assortment of colors. Price,
per yard ...............................................
Best Blue Demies, splendid 15c value.
We offer at Sale Price, per
yard ......... .... ..... ... ..............................


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price, per yard----------- .. ..... ...


Beides 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.


Agents for
McCatt
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Yours for


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Local and Personal

R: ev. Curtis Grubb filled his regular
p uawintm at Alton Sunday.
f NilM of Moaps and perfumes at
X- Lottie angum, of Dowling
ai Pin the city the guest of Miss
i HABWolte.
S, M. Jones will entertain her
. lar at her home Saturday af-
Sf i.- at 210 o'clock.
S ft" your prescription filled at
'COBsk'a.
Dr., D. B Cmwel, one of Madison's
dr td ts, Iwas a visitor in the
j l S^ A tofte week.
| '-. Uw B M of patent medicines at Cook's
1Sgky Bms. stores were closed yes-
sllad t~-y on account of Jewish
"' ay, bat Il be open tomorrow.
I Ib lla Wtllim, of Ocala re-
Wr, aiMd W Monday after a visit of
S'gsw l daS in this city with their
htru rs. F. E. Thomason.
Ar .. Jewelry at J. B. Evans.'
I W. A. Tison has been in this
several days arranging 'pro-
K *, te., for the Old Soldiers reun.
Stin MM here in October.


S received a full line of Knicker-
ptos and boys caps for the
byS at the Butler Clothing Co.
Pl.l W. H. Stone, who has been vis-
:n Mr. and Mr. D. 0. Henry of this
Returned to her old home,
Bayor drugs and books and have
I our sipticois filled at Cook's.


Mrs. Will Bryson is quite sick.
Suwannee Springs water would mean
a world-wide advertisement for our
town.
H. E. Barcus, of the Tedder Lumber
Co., was a visitor in Jacksonville the
first of the week.
Mrs. Willie Sewell of Jacksonville,
is expected in the city tomorrow on a
visit to Mrs. .W. H. Goodbread.


Mrs. L. M. Dixon is spending some
time in Jacksonville with her husband,
Dr. Dixon, who is practicing his pro-
fession-dentistry-in that city.
The Earnest Workers of the Methodist
church were entertained in a very
pleasant way Tuesday afternoon by
SCary McDaniel. In spite of the
rain that afternoon there was a good
attendance.
Have your dress made by one who
has learned# her trade, is experienced
and knows how. All the latest Octo-
ber styles now in. Call and look them
over. Mrs. Ray, Dress-maker, 122
Peidmount Ave.
Mrs. C. W. Bache and daughter, Miss
Florence, have returned from the north-
ern markets where they purchased
their fall stock of millinery and dry
goods. Mrs. Bache is an experienced
buyer on the market, and her fall line
of goods are all the latest and best.
Books! Books!! Books!!'. at Cook's.


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A. J. Home, who resides one-and-
one-half miles south of Live Oak. hap-
pened to a very painful accident Tues-
day. While standing on a wagon un-
loading a wagon load of corn in his
cnb, his horses became frightened,
throwing him to the ground with such
force as to break his colar bone and
otherwise bruising him up. Mr. Home
is about 70 years of age, hale and
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Col. Ira J. Carter returned yesterday Miss Elizabeth Taylor, of Madison, The state board of InfCI
from a professional visit to Gainesville. is the guest of Miss lMamie Goodbread. fused to entertain the
Don't attempt to ride your bicycle on Chief Haney, of the Jacksonville Fire the negro Caldwell for a
the sidewalks. If you do the marshal Department, one of the best known well is one of the three
will get you, sure. and most popular fire chiefs in the derers who shot down
1uth, was a prominent visitor in the;
Miss Bessie Bishop, of Greenville, city yesterday. His visit was in re- Superintendent of PuWblc
was in the city last week the guest of sponse to an invitation from the fire: Epps, in Leon county, two
her sister, Mrs. Jack Townsend. committee of the city council, and was Ison Edwards, who did tLd
Mi Haffy Barton will leave Sunday for the purpose of advising them of the
Mi Haffy Barton wl leave Sunday best and most practicable method of was hanged: Nel'o u
for St. Augustine where she will at- ttn a frear stem, nd short time after being
tend the 1909-10 term of the St. Joseph putting in a fire alarm system and
Academy. the kind. His advise and counsel imprisonment, and Caldwdl I
was also wanted in matters pertain- in the convict camp.
Miss Mamie Goodbread, and her ting to putting on fire wagons, with a'
guests, Miss Elizabeth Taylor of Madi- P id tire department. Chief Haney's Sheri Lan ford f BrY aaI
son, and Miss Dorothy Sewell of Jack- .visit here was worth considerable to i hr" d o
sonville, will spend the week-end at our city. He is probably one of the on August 28t, arrested
Suwannee Springs. best posted men along this particular John Garland, who wa
S fwann e line bf any man in the state, and it wasSouthCarolina for te
We are proud of our rapidly growing indeed very clever in him to visit our mitted eight years ago.
town and of our people, but let us not'city and tell our fire committee the -
become satisfied. If we do we will lag best and most economical methods to
behind and Live Oak will lose her place pursue to give us better fire fighting ,,
as the fifth largest city in the state. facilities. -
Bicycle riders ,had better not attempt, Candy! Candy!! Crandv t o (.q- t o too


hereafter to ride their wheel on the! "
sidewalks in this city. An ordinance If you are a dealer in medicine and I
was passed at the meeting of the city you have any old hard stock on your
council Monday night making it an of- i hands of Patent or proprietary medi-
fense and fixing punishment for those cines that you can't sell, just ship it to
convicted. us by first freight and mail us a bill of
The voting contest two high gradelading with a list of what you have
pianos-one for the most popular young shipped, and we can very soon turn it
ladv in Live Oak, and one for the most into noney for you by selling it at a
popular young lady in the county whoi smalll discount, as we get daily mquries

resides outside the city of Live Oak from far and wide from medicine deal-
will commence next Monday. An arti- e,, wantmg most every kind of -
cle setting forth the plan and where medicine there is on this earth, at a
votes may be had is published else-'small discount for cash. If you wish
where in tia's Democrat: to buy any kind of medicine, and you
where in tay's Democrat. wish to save money, write us for prices.
Major General Commanding Robert The Merit Medicine Co., Atlanta, Ga.
C. V., has named Miss Ada Mae Rob- We are prepared to supply the school
erson, division sponsor, and Miss Vivian children at Cook's.
Evans, division maid of honor for ti.e e High School opens
State reunion to be held here October Inxt Monda and it is hool opens I m
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EXT THIS EFFORT ?

Il thi effort at getting an edu-

SWhy all this spending of
W etion of buildings, employ-
Itechers? What is to be
is it to make a scientist who
into the world and by his
be able to control the ele-
bring them subservient tu
not this.
Produce men and women who
into the field of art, and


nachiiits. bu, hla: n ar, mnw *.at



womon will)f ~al;.i;~
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are its hftldath'fli son IVu
girls toudia yre are 'ndfZ i, :.viwtd s 4
our lanJ whou cv,.r wi!!,lr (,,,i
any h,,.--ht'r ~~141?
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i d l from marble, or draw :pa *-~t' I't ,'' ,,L ..... .
Iitee as gradd as those ofr ct t n :
Igo or graduated from our s,:uarin and
cl or a Raphael No, vr. Thn
Colleges ini .ny one r. Th,.n nowx
cofle .zI


Why We Are Stronger.

Tn(e C'd Greeks and Romans were
r- at admirers of health and strength;
;:.r :, 'ure's and statuary made th.:
,.:*., s ot the men stand out like

.\s : matter of fact we have ath.
ari .id strong men-men fed on
r;: ..*h making food such as;
k:: Ur O.-is-that would win in any'
:',:: wiLh the old Roman or Greek'
,'. *.i p.lO l "S.'
[ts a matterr of food. The finest :od
;," making strength of bone, muscle
dud n.:;ve is fine oatmeal. Quaker
Oats is the best because it is pure, no
husks or stems or black specks. Farm-
er.i' wives are finding that by feeding


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The Florida East (Cast Railway has
arred out o:n an extensivee campaign
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COMPANY

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Have your Evyes treated at Candies


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Jus:t received a largKe siMp.
inmert of loose Chockleti at
25 ca;Ats a pound.

A splendid assortnnt of
nice candy at 15 c nts a

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Mulbson~ a ,a bv hthir be-
Arwe I= tw Soiab (OUias
J. & sm aw ow To mil i rwa~
mine f10 time vow ad turning out
-o fine hneber.


'ewbem Notes.
e at Rocky Sink was well


W -a I60 to Jo"y taMwves very muc.
S-I-S-SL SS only two more d&ys 7 til
b- r tou gs .term wil doe. AU are
Ofsim w es, Settember 19th.
SC. C. Johnaon ad G. A. Howse were
C41 in Live Oak last Sturday onbuasiee.
12&** IMiss Stella WilM u was among the
'S E ?! s ahool tkteahwers who attndedthe teah-
S a' meetie t 0v k Saturday.
SX^r^B d tt Nw ir school wiU lcloseSeptem-
bh r th AU are invited to attend our
Qoatry meetit will convene at
Wthelw Cte nexi Saturday AUl are
fad h iatd to de and brif weU-flied
-^ e bde baskets. There will be dinner onthe
*msd t Unsem fig. ground for all-coe.
SsT. Willi an organied asinging csm
the "goat" b- In a in on rhuray, Friday and tur-
f eaoni, ari tmWn dy btre the first day in October.
aLM Bme uh, a Min town Mr. Will and Albert Johnson and
goe o a 'Bin Wbadley, Jr., were in town Satur-
it m fri to De an's ay on buses.
L J. F. Hil and little daughter, ypre Lake rde:r.-
S iv been visiting her Pa Fnay, Sept. 10, '09.
i b. a M. J. W. B, left Everything is running along smooth-
dlyorL fLargo her omn ly at the present writing.
L Waltun wa a business visitor i Scbo ii still progressing nicely with


OAk last Friay. MissBoatright as teacher. Everything
,Oh Stocktot age 80, an old is m perfect harmony and all striving
Le, wa town Saturday. for an education.
w1 rks every day and makes Little Pearl Wilson is back i school
S yar which is remarkable again after several days' absence,
Sde age. ci caused by sore eyes. She seem to be
m Jse and Lisu ie Camp, of better now, and we trust this alady
u -and M~i lKate Webb, won't hinder others from attending
iMpibrn, rnqI throh Wel- school
m -route to Hoffins Va., Herbert Wilder is on the sick li.
raioL We hope he will soon be well and able
B. L.odne of Suwaunee to come to school again.
Spimt farmers and bosi- Mr. Chesley Roberts leaves today for


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Brsford, Sept. I-As we haw not
leent anything frm this place in a good
whie, we thought we would m ena
few motes. Cotton market is ta i
i* our town, and the fu s
i na good lot ofUwte r.
=th yare reesvMg a o price. C
Messrs Newbern, Davi Cutting i
Cox, of Branford, and Mr. 0. P. Wil-
lias, of O'Brien, left here this morn-
i at 11:10 a. aboard the launeh,4
"Hamiltonio," for the mouth of Su-
wannee river and other intermediate;
points. We whish them a pleasant'
t n, d plenty of flh &ad game. I
yo sPeb eor of r m mrs
iting ereple of thistlce,
givw a oew i Xr. uB L B. I
NW=t a UASi M*la 4a'o i ght Quito a
uwuner were prpoanm, ad nl d a
very nice time da"cg and ayinf
es til 11 o'loek, wIei they re-
room and were aerved
with rfbti~ heotaL E st of ice
ream oa cae, whicb ey enjoyed,
after whbih they Ift for tbirhom.
4 a number of our boys an girls
tok troip down thge 4wanne mrer to
the mooth of Sttte&,t.MonWda, aboard
the It&ah "Elo ." We hope they
allu t er tri i
Miss NeSle Mctcah, of Lunville,
is vitin her relativeB of this place,
Capt. Bob Ivey aad family.
Two Misses Rowel, of Macon, Ga.,
are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Will
George, of this place.
SUWANNEE CRACKER.


Two Shck Theive. ('Caigbt.
Weltorn, Sept. W.-Monday mrningi


marenal nX. a. Carver received a teie-
phone message from D. G. Rivers to
look out for two negroes, named Hodge'
and Joiner, who had stolen a pock-book
Watainng twenty dollars. Mr. Carver,
found the two men leasurely taking in:
Welborn, and landed them m the Live
Oak jail.

The city council of Kissimmee has
passed an ordinance calling special
bonding election to vote upon the is- .
suance of bonds for a municipal water-
works plant. The date has not yet ,
been fixed. .
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uonecuons irom oroKen itos, arraigned in sizes so you may
secure any size you need

For 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
FALL FOOT WEAR. Among our


shapes
lines we


and styles
are agents


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"Ultra" Shoes for Women,

Ianan & Son, Howard & Fos-


ter, ad Beacon Shoes for men


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will f 14 nau iW"m of spedga
astoYak* pie Weare


LOW PRICES


Flour,


Calland 4euus wbgayou
our li. HJGHEST'MAWii-


PAID FOR BALE and


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Mules and HoA

Farm Mules, Turpent

Mules, Logging Muli

Farm Horses, Driving Horses, Harne
Horses, Saddle Horses


Now on hand and for Sale at


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The lTrading Season is now here and we are op.r
bits i .e'ss.


John B. Stetson Univer
LLNCOLN HULEY, P. D, Litt. D, ULL. D., Pretidt
THE FBEST SCHOOL "s No FOR YOUR CHILl
SEND THEM TO STETSON:


49 Professors and Imtructors College of Liberal
17 University Buildings College of Law
28 Acre Campus College of Techi
581 Students Last Year College of Busina
$250.00@.0 Endowment Preparatory Acad
15,00 Voumes in Library Normal and Modi
S10,000. Pipe Orga School of Mocha
10 Large Laboratoriesfor Science School of Music
Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine A
Seprate doiormiw fo ey amen d yos a womm. Cwr d adasmisrMi ad I
n Omia wad aot umm techie. For calo or view, for ifawioa. or for romS
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DeLAND, FL


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