Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00578
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: September 24, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00578
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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FALL 1909








Everything that is new for

Woman's Suits, Skirts and


1909 Fag Wear is here in d thatis desirableand f, A #Wlortof

Dress Goods

new fabrics, which are even finer than last season, and
colors for 1909 are more varied than any other season,

the color tones are rich and ditdve. Styles and
asd each style sem smarter than th other







Our counters are laden with a most

Nice Line of

up-todate line of Men's and Boy's Cthi for fall wear, at all prca. Special it
SUITS, well made, and made for rough wear, at very reaonabe pr-ce

Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings and Notions

Everything to wear and to eat. Prices always right. The public is invited to inpect our stock compisin a
most practical display. HIGHEST MIKET PRICE PAID FOR COTTON.





HWa River and White Sprinng
^ Mbr d Will Soon e ('ompletedl.
. Democrat has been reliably in-
pid that arrangements have been

Sons and l)augilters of (ontifleracv.
We are pleased to note that on last
Thursday there was organized in our
city a camp of united Sons of Confed-
erate Veterans and also one of the
The cvoiall fe'atullr no ontndero-d hb such

Full Worth for Every Dollar Spent Here in

Peted to extend the Suwannee River .
lute Springs railroad into White organizations is helpful to any commu-
n| W hite Springs railroad into White ib ^ ', .
and that the work of grading nity. Not only is the social feature
Ss bei hed a fa L ad-good, but it is a patriotic move.
W. being pushed fast as othe- We hope that every son and daughter
L. Tedder, president of the in the county will become a member
s Ited a few days since that it and that the officers elected will push
hb completed into White Springs these organizations to the greatest pos-
4-tr than the first day of next sble success.
and a regular schedule ofsible success.
O d a ssreg ar trains ut on It is not the purpose of these organi-
d listener train e put on. nations to engender hatred for our
iWrt of this road-ive oak to Northern brother, but we do wish to
P is about 18 miles. Work

a distance of about 9 miles- terest of a cause and privilege which
tthe distance to White Springs we believe was right and which was as
ofcm are running over it daily. dear to them as their very life-blood.
S? of completing the road on The state organization, with its vari-
te Spngs ill take but a short ous campsof sons and daughters, could,
ad, passes through a rich accomplish a great good by inaugurat-i
ITaroad, passes through ti a richnga movement to ave a true history.
that will bevery much benefit- of the Confedracy made a part of the
~th ^w ^1 ven1ry "ci curriculum in every school and college
will furnish facilities for thecurriculum in every school and college
ttin the state.
tf farm products a timber We do not think it right that our
atdd ction as a plato the ofdes children should be taught that our fore-:
f that section as a place of fathers were rebels and traitors, and
Swel as to increase the that by such teaching they should come
property it i secr likey to dishonor the memory of such gallant
e t roadwns wit spvery likely heroes and patriots as Lee, Jackson,
r m towns !will spring up. 8 Johnson. Davis and others -the great- I
ht. wity nrove a good thing est soldiers, the greatest statesmen;
trcity and our sister city- and the truest patriots ever produced
king a connect g by this country or by any other.
the G. S. & F. at White y"A SON.
adi the Florida, Seaboard, At-
Wt Line and L 0. P. & G.
S this l itv It ;in liimel that S-.hnnl Olnend Monday.



Furnishings of every kind for every room in
in every house. Especially liberal inducements.
Trying this store first saves many steps....

Dressers, Beds, Mattresses, Pillows, Tables, Rockers, Chairs,
Washstands, Springs, Rugs, Curtains, etc. We carry an im-
mense line of Furniture and 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.


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A L. Me)*y, J. W. Carr aid

Mthe samon of Cogpm War-
to ine aer Chapter law, aw
mn, the rate of interest they
b x, "ad the da o their ma-
b p the flowing rew
Sby thes board.
| M This board hI ascertained
the Ma nt of Coopon Warrants
ry7 to be ismsed and sod to pa
mttamdiea iidebtedua of this

ip forty-two thousand doars; and
Whereas, The board ha decided to
Sthe rate of interest that id
ruatb shaol bear six per cent
p =aum, and payable semi-nnually;
Whereas The board hasB ascertained
that itean pay di thooand dollars
S the prcipalof said warrants each
year, m aditio to the ia te
a all of aidwarrants; tere
Removed, That this board issue for-
tytwo thoumsd dollars inCoupe War-
ramts, bari interest at the a rtat
ix pr cent. per anuam; Mid intent
payaleb miannuailly on the first day
of Jarnu y and July of each year and
the pandpol payable one thau idol-
braan the first day of January and
fie thoand dollars n the first day of
July, of each year for the next seven
Te clrk was ordered to advertise
for bids, not below par, for September
The following en onp atioo
rvapeproved a=d siged byeboard:
,i=-Cawrw P Diert, Enoeb
W. Hut, M. Steves, Flemmon P.
i Guilford J. Lee, James Andew
eiso., James Eglish and Mandos
V. Clhytoa.
Widows-Harret Roberta and EHia
both Poter.
The clerk was ordered to notify Sea
board Air ile railway to havell rail-
d crossings between Falmouth and
Chmbu repaired.
The clerk was ordered to notify the
Atlantic Coast Line railroad cmpan
to hae ad railroad crosais between
Live Oak and O'Brien repaired.
The clerk was ordered to have re
port otState Auditor published.
The following accounts t tb
county were approved andordered pid
Wnitesses criminal court......... $1 7
P L Hurst, clerk's cost 10 cases 30 1
J H Riekersao, useriff's cost
10 came ............................... 78 2
Jee Lewis, repair'g 2 bridges
4th ditrict......................... 6 0
CLRaines, repairing bridges
and opening new road st dis 78 5
Geo Grooms, right of way........ 25(
P L Hurut, clerk's cost, not in
cases ................................... 24 1
J H Rickerson, sheriff's cost,
not in case ......................... 59
Fl. Book and News Co., ledger
for treasurer........................ 4(
H E Carter. salary as judge 3
months ............................ 250 (
J H Rickeron, 1 barrel lime.. 1 2
J T Clark, repairing well C. H.
yard. ..................... ........ 7 (
J B Johnon, county aty Aug.. 12 I
The Board adjourned until the fir
Tuesday in next month.
A. M. MOSELEY. Chairman.
J. W. BRYSON. Clerk.

her ea. e q I 0m
Th foawt eo s an-ssi the
eouy weueapoiwa to
A&B4m apfm r-" ,
rao a"Pl lp a-p r 1TTC
ItC ls .... ........ ....4 '.- m
GeoD Bmard & Co, sppies
frC H........................ 34
First Nat Bank, ive Oak inst 5788
WitnmesM criminal court...... 9 00
Live Oak Bank, interest ......... 58 67
Cities Bk Live Oak, interest 2767
J H BRickenr, feeding prison-
era August....................... ... 6560
J H Rikeron, sheriff's cost
state vs Grooms.................... 279
P L Hurst, clerk's cost said

case .................................
00 McCollom, 3 mo services as
county soiitor ...............
Live Oak Pub. Co, pub'ng Aug
S D Huggins, (up of regis'tion
J H Riekersn, com on col. ....
G B Lord, c as treasre.....
W H Gornto & Co, repairing
closets court house...............
J N Meeks, on assessment 1909
J A McLeod, com as tax col.....
J H Peavy, reparngC H roof..
J W Bryson, auditor, carbon
and express........................
P L Hurst, clerk's cost crime co
AN Bonds, road and bridge
work 4th district................
Bennett Driggers, tending Lu-




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Live Oak, Fla., Sept. 7, '09.
The Board of County Commissioners
of Suwannee county, Florida, met in
regular monthly session and was called
to order by the chairman.
Present: A. M. Moseley, M. J.
Cheshire, H. A. Thompson, J. W. Car-
ver and J. J. Dempsey.
Minutes of August 2nd, 3rd, 4th and
23rd, were read and approved.
The following named county officers
filed their reports with the board:
County judge, county treasurer, tax
collector, sheriff and clerk of the crim-
inal court of records.
Fire arm bond of Joseph Long was
approved and license ordered issued.
And bonds of C. M. Futch and A.
Drawdy were rejected for the want of
of sufficient sureties.
The Board of Trade of the city of
Live Oak, and the Camp of Confederate
veterans, each appeared before the
board by committee, and requested as-

distance for the state reunion of Con-
federate veterans to be held in Live

Oak, October 20th and 21st, 1009; and
the commissioners ordered that the
sum of one hundred dollars be given
them out of the general revenue tund.
Pension claims of George W. Clark,
T-.- I? 0A-n Ta^kn W rA'mnkall

1 5

16 50
1O 00
27 12

6 00

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General Revenue.. $......
School ................. .. .. .
County Road............. .. ... ..........i
Outstanding Indebtedness and Interest
P a uper ........... ............... .. ... ...
Polls ................. ...............
N o 1 ................. .... .. .
No. 2 ..............
N o. 3 .... ............... ....
N o. 4 ........
N o. 5 ..... ..... ..
No. 7... .
No. S...
No. 9.....

10,7 78

3, tgs G4
243 21
1,42 15
2:' ,1 14

adlre. H. A. ThebaO J. W. Co-.
r ad J. J. 1 e d.j
Th bead vfei te NJ A is cmp-
am- wie iar PwP rrofflmini
sad imputed e dlb, madift t"t
se aof them ware aseedi repairs, p
pointed the srif and elerk cirei
court ewrmitte to ase e estimrt
from competent persons as to cost of
Wedded rpair.L
The followiag clims against the
county were approed and orderedpaid:
MJCheshire, 2 days and 20
miles as county commiswolnr$ 10 00
H A Thompson, 2 days and 18
miles as county commissioner 9 80
AM Moseley, 2 days and 24
miles as county commissioner 10 40
J W Carver, 2 days and 30
milaaa county coMmiiaoner 1100
J J Dempsev, 2 days and 58
miles as county commissioner 1380
M J Cheshire, 1 day on roads
S 1st district.......................... 4 00
H A Thompson, li days on
$ roads 2nd district ...... ......... 6 00
) A M Moseley, 1 day investigat-
ing pauper application....... 4 00
5 J W Carver, 1 day onroads 4th
1 district ............................... 4 00
J J Dempsey, 3 days on roads
7 5th district........................... 12 00
J W Blume, treasurer for ap-
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trouble peruir
di, that well-km a'
me Thousands d O
been benefited. W mk ui
chances. Get Cardm,
remedy, for womaq of AllSl&



Mrs Luzania Morgan, Sneedvil, TIm, u4t
years I suffered with the turn of ik, ad dI "
without relief. I had pains all over my dw gi
ot sit up. At last I took Cardui ad maw a
I have told many ladies about Cardi adl ad
vme. Try it


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With Lve Oak Maiif'tu ring C

Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric
Lights, Power and Turpentine

A, ,tto tuDa.t. In.lcurtd Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished t
Residence or Business Houses at a very reasonable m :
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufa'e
S.4 j ing purposes.
15,43 3 3, 443 1' Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have
2, 41 491 67 cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
s,s21 14 l.%7 40 a oer prompL1'
1.,2l 79 24 76 Wewill ive you good prices on low grade ceiling aIk
1,6 1.1, ( flooriPg. Come and get our prices.

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113 16
195 44

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25 1,4
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.J. W. l:RYSON.
Clerk t ircuit ('lurt.

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An Institution of the First Rank, A ('lI:eve without a paranel in the
supported by State and Federal South, ff riiqT ,ie% r,-ar.i uiplom
Funds. for Florida Young Men. in the f',l.,wii::r ,,.parrncnts: *
Thorough Courses Leading to Degrees I. A ( ',l; e f .iheral Arts.
of B. A., B. Sc., M. A., M. Sc., & LL. B. 11 A School fi Iniustrial Arts.
I In Arts and Sciences; Agriculture- 111. A School( I of ie Arts.
Chemical, (ivil. Electrical and Me- l A Shool ,f Expr--sIn.
chanical Engineering; Law; Normal A Schvi for l, achers.
Schnoi; Graduate School. No Tuition. (the! J expenses ven
Expenses Exceedingly I .w. low. Fur further ::,'urnation -
For Catalogue write to ire.
A A UMiran.oon A dU II It FA..,-i- C...: A DoU _


A. McLeod, Tax Collector in Account
Suwannee County, Florida.

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ravile bridge 3 months......... 20 00 p rOpnaonIor veterans ...... iw w
SD Lasitr, tending Branford TJ Lyle, keeping clock Aug... 4 75
bridge A ust..................... 1000 The board adjourned until first Mon- |
G Helton, road work 2nd dis- dayv in next month.
trit Augt ........................ 27 0 A MOSELEY, Chairman.
J Corbett, rd wk 1st dis Aug 59 58 J- W. BRYSON, Clerk.
k E Wriggleworth, printing
and paper............................ 1220 Disagreeable at Home.
Is H t, rd wk Mrd dis Aug 16 67 Lots of men and women who are DR T A BAILEY
I B Hawkins, damages to two agreeable with others, get "cranky" "T A.
buggies on roads 4th dis to be at ,home. Its not disposition, its the
charged to contractor ........... 4 85 liver. If you find in yourself that you Will have his office over Suwannee
m Dunn. janitor August ...... 2000 feel cross around the house, little 1 Drug Store in readiness to take
The board ordered $250.00 transferred things worry you, just buy a bottle of care of his practice on and after
from the special road fund to the Ballrd's Herbine and putyour liver in
m You and everybody around vou 7 Tr
S road fu de better for it. Price 50 cents Friday, September 3.
Warrants were issued for the follow- per bottle. Sold by Suwannee Drug
ng amounts in favor of the following Company. His former prices will be main-
named paupers: trained
Lettie Stewart $2.00, Abram John- T. C. Williams, who is well known in /aine
son3.00, Elizabeth Sessions 5.00, An- Tampa, writes from Chandler, Okla., Crown and Bridge Work $5.00
drew Jackson 3.00, Tena Howard, 3.00, "that Florida is a better state than all and up.
Winefred Fulwood, 3.00, Caroline Ro- the West and is the Paradise of the;
sia 3.00, Pink Ferguson 3.00, Ida Ram- world," and also remarks that Florida Plate, full set of teeth, $5.00
sey 4.00, Mary J. Rateliff 3.00, Sallie ought to be better advertised in the! and up.
E. Henderson 3.00, Amelia Key- West. Filling 50 cents and
west 3.00, Frances Hugg 3.00, I Fil ings. 50 cents and up.
M. A. Truluck 3.00, Lizzie Kirk- Have you neglected your Kidneys? Gold fillings, $1.00 and up.
land 4.00, Arthur Crews, 4.00, Anthony Have you overworked your nervous ____
Best 3.00, Ned Smith 5.00, Adaline system and caused trouble with your
Smith 4.00, Lula Gray 5.00, Spencer kidneys and bladder? Have you pain Guarant
Ll Spe in loins, side, back, grolns and blad-
Jackson 2.00, Ananda Bariley, 3.00. der? Have you a flabby appearance
The board took recess until tomorrow. of the face, especially under the eyes?
Too frequent a desire to pass urine9
Live Oak, Fla., Sept. 8, '09. If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you-at druggists, price 50c.
The Board of County Commissioners Williams M'f'g. Co.. Props., Cleve-
met pursuant to adjournment and was land. 0. Suwannee DrugCo.

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have jus received a car load of Tennessee Mules, bought from the h riRs 4
ers of that State. They are good farm size, sound, healthy and ready fo







need a Mule or Horse, Buggy, Wagon or Harness, come to our Sales Stable-we can fit you out.


izell Live Stock Co., Live Oak Fla.


dorse the acts of their fathers and
grand-fathers by organizing a camp of
Sons of the Confederacy. Her talk
rendered the sons even more enthusi-
astic. Mrs. H H. McCreary, of Gaines-
ville, and Mrs. Stephens, of Lake City,
were both present but made no public
Commander C. Seaton Fleming was
then elected temporary commander and
a temporary organization was perfect-
ed by the election of Col. L E. Rober-
son, commander and John H. Wallace,
All the sons present joined the camp
and they urged all the rest of them,
both in the city and surrounding county
to join at once and be ready for the as-
sembling of veterans in a reunion ca-
pacity which ours at Live Oak on
October 20th and 21st.
The next meeting of the Sons of
Veterans will be at Live Oak, in the
court house, Saturday, September 25th.
All come out and let us have a rousing
meeting. JOHN H. WALLACE,

a m. the meeting was called to To e nappy
3BW. W. A. Tison. C. Seton You must have good health. You
Sdvision commander united can't have good health if your liver is
Ii rate Veterans was pres- not doing it's duty-slow but sure pois-
dg invited to address the oning is going on all the time under
such circumstances. Ballards Herbine
,proceeded to deliver a beau- makes a perfectly healthy liver-keeps
ea and patriotic speech, pic- the stomach and bowels right and acts
Causes, intervening events as a tonic for the entire system. Sold
M f the four years strife be- by Suwannee Drug Co.
to Federal Government and theI
Showing clearly who Orlando not only claims to have the
6 gresor and making special champion ball team of Middle Florida
of the bravery demonstrated but now claims to have a pair of cup-
Sad women on each side, and winning young lady ice cream eaters
rKb numbers of active soldiers since they recently devoured a quart
.i lay, showed that the Confed- each on the proprietor's dare-warm
PSruinedasbrave a little army of hearts but cold stomachs.
women as ever lived. On con-
h is speech he was heartily ap- "Can be depended upon" is an ex-
Wlby both sons and the old veter- pression we all like to hear, and when
were present. it is used in connection with Chamber-
Ssther Carlotte, of St. Augus. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
iiM commander United Daugh- Remedy it means that it never fails to
S Confederacy res cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
the Confederacy was present complaints. It is pleasant to take and
the sons an eloquent and equally valuable for children and adults.
Stalk, encouraging them te en- Sold by Barclay & Groover, druggists.

Most Live Oak People Have a Weak
Part and Too Ofte It's the Back.

Every one has a weak spot.
Too often it's a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden twist.
Dull aching keeps up, day and night.
Tells you the kidneys need help-
For backache is really kidney-ache.
A kidney cure is what you need.
Dean's Kidney Pills cure sick kid-
Cure backache and urinary ills.
Live Oak people recommend the rem-
L H. Cone, Ohio Ave., Live Oak,
Fla., says: "When I was 18 years old,
I had a severe fall, and from that time
qn my back was very weak. Severe
pains often darted through my side
and kidneys, and any aight cold I
caught always made my suffering
worse. My kidneys were also disor-
dered, the secretions being unnntWol
and at tunes very scanty. A friend
finally recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills to me, and procuring a box from
the Suwannee Drug Co., I began their
use. They took the lameness out of
my back and regulated the passages of
the kidney secretions. I feel that I
owe much to Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other. 12-2t

Destritive fire at Alte.
Friday morning about 4 o'clock the
whistle at Altnsounded the fire nar
and soon heavy volume of smoke wa
to be een ring. Byp oe we ea
that the power hose and machi
shops of the Dowling Lumber Co. have
been destroyed, eontaiinakB of some-
thing like S,000 ad maew~d ti
closing down of the mammoth electrical
sawmill and paini mill there for a
period ottwoor three moth A de-
ectiv wire is supposed to have eared
thbehse, ad it required oic ert
to prevent further d ti -Mayo
Free Press, Sept 17th.
Reppaty Hap
Are you ju baely getting aftad
by the aid of crtche or cae? Un-
es you have lost a imbor have a de-
formity-if your troubles rhnm.tia
hmbago, sprains, sti joit, or any-
thing of like nature me Balka's Soow
Liniment and in no timeyoue ca throw
away your crutcbesad be as well as
an e. Price 25c, 50, and $1.00.
Sold bySuwannee Drug Co.

A Palatka man has devised aplow
for clearing land of scrub palmetto.
It is drawn by four mules and leka
two acres per day, thus reducing the
cost of clearing land from about $60 to
$15 an acre.

Notice. Mott's Nenrie Pills
Editor Democrat: Please announce The great nerve and brain restore
in your paper that the district confer- tie for men and women, produce
ence of the East Florida District of
the Congregational Methodist church strength and vitality, builds up the
will meet at Emerson church on Thurs- system and renews the normal vigor.
day night before the second Sunday in For sale by druggists or by mail, $1.
October. Parties coming on the trainsix boxes for .0.
from the rlorth will get off at McAlpin per box, si boxes for $5.00. Wl-
and com fromi rom the south get off at liams M'fg. Co., Props., Cleveland,
O'Brien. If those coming on through Ohio. Suvannee Drug Co.
will write A. J. Futch at Emerson, -
Fla., he will have teams at the station Work on the new railroad from
to take them to the church. Work on the new railroad from Mari-
A. J. FUTCH, anna to Blountstown is being pushed
President of Conference. rapidly. The grading crew have finished
L. C. SMITH, Secretary. their work three miles south of Altha.

If you haven't the time to exercise Most disfiguring skm eruptions,
regularly, Doan's Regulets will pre- scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due
vent constipation. They induce a mild, to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit-
easy, healthful action of the bowels ters is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes
without griping. Ask your druggist you clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear-
for them. 25c. 11 skinned. 11

Thmhagreair.,ts a atra o

of the poi t m meht su hthsmeb
and tbhey rwprttyadjoe)a So
neWreaatheVY rVpwt, ae MiWg
Mom Pak~b and the vda" m" tw
qontdmhefor a Mg t r'TW kw
- ave girm goodeapow thaUb

evoteirp markt.~hW ad hpuuitl
to an powng fa nbsiial Mi w AA

wmare in what is WbeI wbbhG
dawn o the grates* reaufty/
Country has eversem. -DsL-3gga

Nota minute ould be liot wra
child show symptoms f crQ e.
berlain's Cooh Remedy gve a
as the child beeomm hOer, or -m
after the crmpy cogh apb &
prevent the attack. Sold by Burd
& Groover, druggists.

The Aradia board of trade ba kbe
sending mch literature to rthem
stats radvtisin tt stiam a a W.
dueer of fruits ad vedetables.
eotly nyay n mwin have bere -
ceived and a rest many arthm
people are expected to settle in tat

Have Ya a Baby?
Then watch it clly. And abovea
things don't let it fer for any lug
of time with wonr-thatis fatal If
it's complevim get yellow and psy,
if it is listless, cross or peevish, g~
thin, suffers with flatulence gie it
White's Cream Vermifuge. The oah
cure that never fails id has no bw
effects. Sold by Smannee Drug o.
Fish shipments trom Punta Gord for
the wee&k eMd Monday, August tk,
amounted to 8 soid cs and 2 bar-
rels, aggregating 2,800 pounds
Stops earache m two minutes; tooth-
ache or pain of burn or scald m fve
minutes; hoarseness, one hour; mn -
cleache, two hours; sore throat, twelve
hours-Dr. Thomas Electric Oil, moo-
arch over pain.

fHorses, Buggies, Mules, Harness, Whips, Robes.


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Horses and

Mules for





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Coederates Perfect Organi.
-CL Roberson Elected Com.

t of a call for the assemb-
llrganization into a 'regular
~t i Sons of Veterans in this
a number met at the
on Thursday, September
the purpose of said organize.






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tedsms 34
btved at the U"e Oak Ptodlia Is
moosE-cch matter.

T6 ma who aialwau siiou of
bIsa mudy gives god can fI
Alsltobeciof him-


The Taahasee True Democat myl:
"tit irunMred that Tallaha e isto
have a newapaperto advocate the cae
of the whiskey interests of the state in
the fortbehcoming election."

Says the Douglass Georgia Enter-
prise: People who get mad about what
the papers prit about them ought to
think of the things the papers know
about them and don't prmt, and be

Hon. W. B. Hare, editor of the De-
Soto County News, is being mentioned
as a possible candidate for railroad
eomm ioer. The editor of the Dem-
ocrt has known Mr. tare for years,
ad we would be delighted to support
him. We regard him as one of Flor-
ida's purest and best men.

The St. Petersburg Independent in
speaking of the death of the great finan-
cier, E. A. Harriman,'said: "In child
hood poverty prevented his getting
m och to eat; in the mad scramble fo:
millions he took no time to eat; in ok
age, when surrounded by all that mil
U"io eould give, nature exacted thf
pelalty and be could not eat. And s
.* E H. Hirriman literally starved t
death with the choicest of the world'
luxuries set before him. After all
What was his "success worth?"

m bmw watw I

shr" Pbufii a2
bak g"tum bhub -
tht wa th IGN
am'sermfy. AW
Sd theuido pal 4
Unlesb d amiglu
boes* werk they arn
We toward aImand I

HerB is sme mighty
adrvie from the G
"Parmts am do mUoc


a t" o in mo f msa 6th
MdNL_" rM' st m' omdo
ra vo tabc as pa" bmabot 4t tms~ omick
ML WUtordo% will ga in be ma
inl Two at the endhbt a rf hom P-
ip bb *k wbite Vm tmu d tbm ae hm Jacku- I
r varmA do rift urb the AM aa adidsu dai
n to w PrtTal aus hmeis bo, th agb few
d tot INK hbobit" k ahia OIwillbeasue
I WbI to dim toydhmm do tk ide that Juka-
g d CAM Til&isaho higheme.
ar trained Of the two Jackwoill candidate
boud to g.ami- Saukx Ta ewrr.as n ly held
povr. o n Is aa h bis lfe ife mHe
-a saminilea thestatebosd of
god *helt h betore hig election to the United
States Snte elev yon ago. Five
tomaevorl Sam:e ddemed fmer Govemo
JemdwL and John N. -C Stockton of

tbhe a ol Ife of their children. Notb. "--"-' "`. ....... itio..-
J*Me soovi le, tfo his present positkn. ,
iig wil spoil a child's fatuare e reer oog rn for four
ready as unfair critiim of ter, r. Broward was governor for four
and nothing will do more to help make em,ond before that time served the
the teacher's work a s es than the people of Duval county as sheriff, and
ee that she hases the n pod will Ua a representative in the lower branch
d cooperation of the parent& Ever of the Florida legislature. I
S. Mr. L'Engle has never held any pub-
sensible father and mother knows this
s le father and mother knows this lic office that we have been apprised of.:
and acts accordingly. t
and at aordingly.On just what grounds he will base his
Claim for election to the senate we
The little remnant of Confederates have not been able to learn, but he is
in Florida will hold their annual re- bright, witty, original, and will lend
union at Live Oak October 20-21. Live spice to the campaign. He has been
Oak is preparing to give them a big re- connected in a business and professional,
ception. The division sponsor is Miss ;way with several publications, and un-'
Mac Robertson, of Live Oak, and the til the time he went to Tallahassee-in
division maid of honor is Miss Vivian 1905-to become president of the print-
Evans, of Live Oak. Major General, ing house doing the state printing he
Magill has issued general orders for the has claimed Jacksonville as his home.
assembling of the division at Live Oak Judge Reeves was a member of the
at the time named above.--Scala Ban-
at the time named aove. Bn state senate of Florida for eight years,
and was circuit judge of this circuit for
State Senator Zim, of St. Augustine three years. He has lived the greater ,
is almost persuaded to enter the con- part of his life in Walton county, but ,
gressional race in this district. Sena-; came to this city to make his home
tor Zim is a good man, but he is going five years ago.
5 up against a hard proposition when he Mr. Blount is a native of Pensacola,
r tackles Congressman Frank Clark in and has lived here nearly all of his life.
d this congressional district. If Clark is He has served the city as city attorney,
as strong in other parts of the district 'and has been a member of the state
e as he is in Suwannee county he will be senate from this county. He was alsoi
o renominated by an overwhelming ma- a member of the constitutional conven-
O jority. His fight on behalf of the far- tion of 1888, and was chairman of the
s mers for a tariff on Sea Island cotton first commission to revise the statutes
I, made him' hundreds of new friends and of Florida, as well as a member of the;
supporters in Suwannee county. commission to remodel the state capi- i


Con yma pick do vinw?

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here; a aveae cotton crop bg*ia the AtbiV-4
a good price, awd asy other god
tinUl too aUmerom to moatiB, It iTe -c h
looks like proepty is here, and ar o Ihe
tostay. You can't keep a good country Iveer 2M, m0
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Florida Drag and Bme


Don't think because we added Drugs to our boiar s t
handle Christmas goods this year. We expect to haw a no
and a more complete line than ever befor.
Dolls, Toys, Hobby Hors,
Wagons, Dummy Hors

Three Thousand Lbs. of Firews
We have just ordered about 3,000 pounds of Firvwurkta *.a
more reasonable than ever before- Wholerial KUttUi |I
wanting anything special will please give us the ordler It oi
our final order goes in, and we will get it for ycu.
Boys, be sure to put in your onler for a n I
LOWNEY'S CANDY, sold only



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DODD in fall styles

Shoes and Oxfords.

Finest stock

ever had.



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New Fall

are EX-


have Style, Fit and

Comfort; all leath-


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It "beds w pore1t
Wear the RED
CROSS. Absolute
comfort, all tyles.
Its sole is flexa~ble,
bends with your
foot; this prevents
the burning and
drawing caused by
stiff soles. It rests
and relieves your
foot in a way no
other shoe will do.
Your feet never


Just a word to you:
We have received
the New Fall Shoe
and Oxford StylIt-.
Some rather EX-
CLUSIVE pattturn
in stock right now.
Probably won't I
duplicated. Sc, if

you w a n t son-
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mid hnfrm

jbym woasa bud-

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Sof Va"osts,
Wb ther-in-law, H.

Brt aden eed at

ji. ,ed the Rouse
reletri plant, anad

Dm4ro Dshwms ad Niagaa Gr
S ab a b bL .

PhI Ora swt and juicy, t 3 a
Coe t, b ad ftl of mik, Sc.
BumEa- ripe, Se adMn.
Sie"h Peuk, 3e a daem
CauBIlria Pecbk, 4 a 4aen.m
Fie fruit and good seleetiks Buy

Mis Marie Taylor is visiting rela-
tives and friends in Jacksonville this

Swee Mrs. Alice Armstrong went down to
special present for Mr. 0. 0. McCollom and children Crystal River Monday to visit her
hrr at Cook's left last Friday for a weeks visit with father, Col. N. Basco and family, r
the c with s relatives at St. Petersburg. turning Tuesday afternoon.
ilsft the cash with us a:
Snewal subscription j 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any Quite a number of new subscribers
Case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. I as well as several old subscribers have
Sreidence, on Pine! Mrs. Dan Hair and daughter, Miss passed cash to their credit on subscrip-
SIb completed, and is Maude, returned the first of the week ton the past week, thus showing their
plbome and commodi- from a very pleasant visit to friends atappreciati of the Democrat.
Watertown. 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
tl all Imas orders are There will be a big line of express case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Sleaving your special wagons and hobby horses Christmas at' About the first thing a prospective
1 Cook's. purchaser of city property asks is:
.i "How about the purity of the drinking
t handed the Democrat Mrs. C. T. Ansley and son-, Marion, water and what kind ot sewerage has
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one day last week to returned last week from Live Oak.
Sof the county news to where they had gone to visit relatives.
SShe was accompanied home by her sis-
W. H o n ter, Miss Blackburn.--Brooksville Argus
W. J. Haister, of near
allers at the Democrat Fine quality of rice at 5 cer.t per
the city recently and de-;pound at Ma'ys.
for another year's sub- Mrs. R. V. Atkisson returned home
Democrat. Saturday from Atlanta where she
Set have room for Xmas'spent the greater part of the summer
F re will make room at with her son, who resides there, and
who is one of that city's most promis-
ing young lawyers.
|,a well known and prom-
Sof near Houston, was Boys leave your order for a nice box
lioness visitors in the city of Lowney's Xmas candy at Cook's.
SMr. Brown handed us a Euzene Oberdorfer, of Atlanta, Ga.,
Shis subscription to the Southern Manager of the Fidelity &
SCasuality Insurance Co., of New York,
man has closed a deal for was a prominent visitor in our city last
t ear Clearwater. We Friday. Mr. Oberdorfer wa. years ago
mlsn that he has a little a traveling salesman anti made this ter-
At South Florida fever, but ritory often, and waz wel! acquainted
aot have it to such an ex- with all the old-time busines.- nin.
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f iat U enously of moving Absolutely free a handsome piexe
of jewelry at J. B. Evans'.
l1 Live Stock Co., have a The Woman's Missionary Union will
tim mules they are offering entertain in honor ot the teachers of
Plde. If you have a horse our town at :he Public Library on Fri-
l don't suit you in every day, October 1st at 3 o'clock. Let
M a trade it to them for each mother make a special effort to
ple ae you. Large num- attend that we all may be better ac-
r y to select from. quainted with our teachers.


tches, Diamonds



ta e the best selected and most up-to-date stock
mable. Our prices are within the reach of all.
Sa eall. We are always willing to show goods.

tstClass Watch Repairing

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

paving Done to Your Order
; f and Jewelry purchased here can be neatly engraved

M I 1 -1 A-

your city ?"

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w a w .^ .. riuitU 'e

I. Joles was i Jaeam & a
fer days this wek a a combmel a .
am ad pleare u i
. Nic lise tobacco adc ci at & P.
T. A. Flether, of Lafayee county,
was the guet of hi brother. Uncle
Wash Fetcher, the firt of theweek.
Leave your orders for Xias presets
at Cook's.
Dr. G. B.' Smithsok, one of this
county's leading physiciansand a prom
inent citizen of Welborn, was in the
city Monday.

"Ya m beAw e"
bwd I. *I .

"lIt a n eto l kI b t I dti'tInML w
did with it"
"We have so reo d of paymst,

we must insist that pyea p tha aml
But it might have ben a dirff.MtginayHdtkt
been paid with a blank chee No amlr
or dispute when the canceled cbh I r ikl
ter pay your bills bat once-with a cheekdt tibbl k

The aCLs

A State, County and City


C'. C. Cook, proprntor of the Florida crat. We need the many NOW. The
Drug and Book C k-ft' Tue ay for a price is $1 a year, cash in advance.
asmnesi trip to Cedar Kevy. and oLher
point, on the West Coast. lie will be Mrs. D. G. Bardin and children, who
abst nt from the city fhr e\cral days. have been spending a few weeks in
Te ('hmasg, will k' North Carolina, are expected home to-
The (Chis.masgood., will "w at Cxk sI
this year. morrow.
It a u;d be a gret thing for Live There will be the largest line of Xmas
Oak if tie Suwana e Sprirs water dolls than ever before at Cook's.
could be furnished the city for drinking Raymond Kellutr, of Alton, has en.
purpo.,s. It would be a splendid ad- tered the commercial department of
vertis-mtnt, and well wortn tne cost the' Southern Business College for a
of puttin-; it in.

John McDaniel, an old Live O)ak boy
who was for a number of years a mem-
ber of the Democrat's force, but now
of Salt Lake City. Utah, in bending a
remittance to the Democrat, says: "I
receive the 'old sheet' every week and
enjoy every line in it. 1 am getting on
rine here. Little cool now-first snow
ui the season fell last week."

complete course.
Wanted-Position as strographer by
young lady. Best of reference fur-
nished. Address "S." care of Demo-
W. 1.. Tedder will soon commence
the erection of a handsome residence
on his lot on Ohio avenue. This is one

of the
! ity.

F esh liui N:-Rional Hi-:.. (' o! nyv I
Crackers at S. P. Mays. Santa Clause will have his head-
r quarters at Cook's this year.
01r. a:,d Mr-. Jores, of toiurnbia
county, r.'ar White Springs, are the Mrs. C. N. Hildreth, Sr.. entertained
prouu parents of a little daughter the Earnest Workers at her home on
which arrived safely at their home Ohio avenue Tuesdav afternoon. The
Sunday, Sept. lth. Mrs. Besie Jones. attendance was good and the afternoon
the mother,. i the iiy daughter ouf MIr. was very pleasantly and profitable spent.
and Mrs. A. C. JOhnson, of Pine Grove, There will lie Xmas toys of all kinds
and the grand-parent, ur. about as at Cook's.
happy over the arrival of the chid as
are the parents. Contractor Hughes has the contract
Three th,,usand pounds ,Ire orksi for rebuilding an addition to J. A. De-
ordered for Xmas at Coo. s. Berry's residence, a few miles from
town in what is known as' the Tiger
J. F. Townsend, one of the most Lake section. Mr. DeBerry has a
popular "knights of the grip" in this splendid farm and is a successful far-
section, was here Monday calling on his mer. His farm is one of the best mi
friends, the merchants. He was ac- that section of the county, and his
Scomipanied by Mrs. Townsend ai.d sis- home, when completed will be a very
'ter, Miss Bessie Bishop, of Greenville, commodious one.
neices of our fellow-townsma i, W. T. ,

prettiest building sites in the

Clark. 'i h.- ladies oapart,- for home'
a few days a wh. whiit' Yr. Townsend
went to DoM':.y, ':,' Mayo Free
SThe state unit m examination is
Over, and though a little hard, every
applicant stuck faithful to the work.
'The results were as good, or even bet-
:ter, than could h-ive been expected.
Those receiving certificates were as
Follows: Misses Ella Mundy. Margaret
M. Lewis, Sallie Scott, May Ward,
Nancy Johnson, Ruby Philips, Mrs. W.
G. Blanchard, Messrs. A. A. ight,
SOttie L. Carver, Horace Hurst and
: Cary Koor..
Fruit iars cheap at Mays.
C. S. LeFevre, of Luraville, was in
the city Monday looKing after business
matters. Mr. LeFevre has decided to
retire from the mercantile business,
and, commencing October 1st, will
offer his entire stock for cost and be-
low, and will sell the whole or any part
of it at that price. This stock consists
of about $6,tM.) worth of tirst-class
merchandise, a very complete and up-
to-date stock. See the advertisement

t*or sale or trade a large number of

lateresting (anm of Ball Mn AI-
ternoe-Lire )k vI. 130m
Last Monday there were two gm
of ball played on the local dW m -I
Live Oak vs. Chickasaw Idii. TUh
first game wascalledat3 r m. T7h t
one was a very pretty gaiae Udb"
Live Oak held the visitors dm s a
goose egg until the fourth whn
they. made 2 runs. From that
was the visitors game, aad abi
Live Oak put up a splendid gaum, tt
never was a time whr they had a
chance'to win. John Caamdl pitah
for the locals, and his twirlif was
good as that of the Chickasaw piter.
The fielding and batting.of the vimtr
gave them the game. C. D. Btckwdl
did the umpiring.
The game st night was not a very
interesting one. The ChickLaws fur-
nished the lights for this game. The
size of the diamond was reduced, ad
the ball used was a large leather one.
The visitors were used to playing ball
by artificial light and proceeded to oake
the score 13 to 1. They might have
made it 20 to 1 if they had felt like it.
The Chicksaw Indian team were not
all Indians. There were three or four
full-bloods, however, and they are very
fair ball players.

Ed Porter, one of the city's promi-
nent business men left Tuesday after-
noon for Jacksonville where he will en-
gage in the automobile business. He
has secured the agency for the Reo
machines, and will put in a full line of
these well known and popular automo-
biles in that city. He is also thinking
of putting in a branch business m this
city and carrying a numberof machmes
here. Mr. Porter is a most excellent

horses and mules, wagons, buggies and gentleman, a good business man and
harness Mizell Live Stock Co. understands the automobile business
Mrs. M. K. Jones entertained her thoroughly, and we predict for him a
music class of over twenty last Satur-'very successful business.
day afternoon. It was a happy gath-
ering and the time was spent in games Piano instruction thoroughly taught.
and music. The surprise game that Special attention given to ethnic,
their teacher had planned (the blind- school of velocity, harmony and musical
folded musician) was a great success. history. Fifty cents per lesson. For
Refreshments were served and they all particulars address
went home happy with the promise MRs. M. K. JONES,
that their next party would be a Xmas Live Oak, Fla.
tree and a real Santa Claus. Phone 2. Box 43.

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Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000
1. Itlliil:, PIreident. S. .. HINELY, Vk-e-Preident.
St'. I). BLAC(KU EL. ashierer.
S' "i de ends in great measure whether


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1` Vimrd: l nd sC a mtmemrs:

I write you this open letter -because I desire to

tell you something that will interest you, and at the

same time contain information that will enable you to

save money.

We feel that we are in a position to do


Our buyer, Mr. C. Rubenstein, has just returned

from New York, where he was for several weeks se-

lecting and buying our fall and winter stock of goods.

Hislong experience as a buyer on the markets, and

his experience as a salesman, enabled him to make a

splendid selection of the choicest goods, and his ex-

perience was also very valuable in that he knew the

market value of merchandise, thereby enabling him.

\, g
to buy at a great saving, and this saving goes to you,

dear friend and customer, on every put chase you make

at our store.

These goods are now arriving and are tor your


Tailored Skirts and Furnishings, and Staple Dry Goods

is the best and latest on the market, and the prices

are right, too.

Our new line of Gents' Clothing, Hats, Ties,

Shirts, Collars, etc., are the very cream of the market.

In Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes we have a

splendid new stock in all styles, and our entire line i,

larger and better than ever before.

We invite you to make our store

a visit and in

aspect our new stock.

We think it is well worth your time, an(

it is a pleasure to us for you to call.


You are always welcome.

Yours truly,



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Pm.!d by t Ceb rnd~Sptrbrl UINS.
AftwL-L & LEWI. CiN. urk
L A. H. Iwia. C WtyCiatbthfdt OIflj
Oak rPdo. drebqy crtify that te abouam
frwing OrdimmrnAL No.79 um mob* i'm
b7 the CitCyucmaa the Mth daotof r.
No. ad the- Le isreby awtiOd tW t o a*
a bis awoaL
Witasmy.hwd and they se id city ths
1tmh day ateptember. A. D. 190.
A. EL LEWIN. Ctr yCl
mnedn and approve by m thkI 14th da at
Soptmber. 12. IL K. McNEIL Ma&M.

Ordinue No. 80.

A, Ordinauce Prowidi for the Lay tf TaxM
for tbe A. D 1U0 for aiWeipal Purpo
fwr tme t of Lie a0. Florid
Be t ordained by the Mayor wad the City Con-
crait ethe O a d t he Orty ive Oak
Soetre L o rt m d mipao l 1m a11 ,
eqWl aBd =mifrtm te taiM a to Wr t*
alat cxMerM tb Cityd LI"0 Oa.lrbn-
da. fortyar A. D. 190 thmrasl beWd
iad elected pam ad at d the raduad pr-
@m=l prpty within the incrpmarr miteat
aid cty, ford r, a tax a 5 4 sills a the

dol-a the dIa
SB tiEa. Fr providiangifo th in frt dt
Fsd rive Hndoad Ddokw br dd e imlDo
batod Caotr leOI rf tkriti idy ir the
Fme d Pdatew t b 6 th. M thl b levied
van edullidisl emuap ad at dte mel andpe
eml property with the incopmate eat
idCatrm forte yr A. D. 19k a ta l o 74
mikl teb door.
SBtle.4. ThIsOrdinne srall bemd ade-t-
andM roa u by th Mayd .e
Itrodme by Aderma S. J. Whit abd ~WOd
a t molaniniadai of the Ciu t Cuail hldp
sW .fombarethe A. D.
htwo kamdtdampo it pompbye hete Coocfl
and aprwmd byF te Namr.
Septmsbw 1th. 1A 1" rd^i



Prmesat of the City Council at t City of
Live Oak. Florida.
Attmst-A. H. LgWIN, City Cek.
L A. H. ewin. Cty Clerkat the city of Live
Oak. Florida. do hereby certify that the above
md fmorego OdiMnane No. 80,wM duly paead
by the City Conil of the city of Liv Oak. Flori-
da. on the 13th day of September. A. D. 19 and
the me i hereby wtified to the Mayor fcr h
Witnsed my hand and the ealof the saidcity,
this 13th day o Septmber. D. 190.
City Clerk of the City (fLv Oak,
The forecoing Ordina No. 80 eoamine ad d
approved by me this the 14th day of September,
A. D. 1909.

Mayor. City of Live Oak. F

Ordinace No. 81.


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An Ordinance Proibitin the riding of bcy- aDt L .
cie upon the sidewalks in the City o( Live Oak.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of DR. A. S.
te City of ive Oak. Flida: DR A S T
Second 1. That fromanm after tlhe paem e
and approval of this ordinuanee it shall be unkw-
ful for any peron to ride a bicycle upon any Aide- DE.
walk within the City of Live Oak. Florida. en- '-.
structed of bauds,. bb or plak, or of briek.
rock. gravel cement, artificial stone tiling or
other hard surface material. Ph 10
Section 2. That y pe violation a P e 109
the proviioM of Section On of this Ordinance
shall, upon conviction therefore, be punished by a E R Bv
fine not exceeding 100 dollars or by imprison- T E ROBE
meant in the ity prion not exceeding 90 days. L
Section 3. That thia Ordinance shall go into
effect immediately upon its puassw by the City
Council and approval by the Mayor.
Passed by City Coonil of the City at Live Oak. ATTORNEYS :- AT,
Florida, this 13th day of September, A. D. 1909.
J. E WOOD. Will do general prat b
Present City Council. Federal Cor"
Attest:-A. H. LEWIN. City Clerk.
L A Lewin, City Cer of the city Live Postofflc BuelM.
Oak. Florida. do hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Ordinance No 81 was regularly passed 'Paous Noa I
by the City Council on the 13th day of September. LIVE OAK. l
A. D. 1909, and the same is hereby certified to the ..
Mayor for his approval.
Witness my hand and the seal of said city, this
the 13th day of September. A. D. 1909. J E W O D.,
A. H. LEWIN. City Clerk.
Examined and approved by me this 14th day of *
September. a. D. 1909. A TOT NEY, A IA9.
Noary Pub&.
Notice. Legal papers carefully lNd r
Sale of County School Interest Bearing Coupon executed.
Warrant.. execute.
Nwnce is hereby given that the Board of Pu- Will practice in all the S (
lic Instruction of Suwannee County. Florida. will
on the 5th day of October. 109W. sell and issue to Room .. i.,.n in t id4M,
the highest bidder, or bidders, for cash. uix per **k
cent. interest bearing coupon warrant on the IIVE .Ak,
Common School Fund of said County in the aggre- -
gate sum of Twenty-Two Thousand Dollars. Said
warrants t- be issued so that so much thereof J I LEE
will fall'due each year from one to twenty years.
Inter-et payable semi-annually on January Ist
and July l.-v t each year. Sai warrants will he ATTORN0'i -T.LAW
issued in sums of $1'( $.,ia. $1.0t and S5..0.. as
desired. No. warrants will be sold below par.
Chairman of I'arl.
J W. (O'HARA. Secretary to Board. Will orarlc.*e n all th ,:,r'.

Evergreen Church.
Everything is moving along nicely in
this section. People are gathering their

Notice for Intention to Apply fior a-
that can come and help us is invited. A new enterprise has been started in Final Dischar,,e.
Mr. Miller is a fine teacher. Dade county which promises to become Stat .f Florida-Suwannte Cjunty.
onder whL o that cr lo t i Wpnear Cn a large concern. The product, a new Nt,ee is hereby given that the undersigned a.


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] m"I asm ast J tle m mayl r /S --m--m
I Sept. 15, '9. (9" nommdItto a B l*w --
Sep a15 s i. a m We will gve absolutely free your
-e.al aomding oe. -* M m Gold and Gold Plated Rings, Lod
H te A Sinettsa es. __ a On Cash purchases of $10 we wi
w Florida division ___
ans, wil be Webo Nots. piece of Jew ry is warranted to
ih., Wednesday am eIo show w d,
Wi and 21 next All Gus Jerpigan was a prominent visi- / or show winow.
rmy or navy, tor in town Monday.o Fr.ee Delive
veterans (who Don't fail to examine Mrs. J. I. Mor- _- -.v
o the floor) and gan's hats-the only millinery store in
Cfeder are ean- Welborn. She carries a line equal in
It The long-ex- style and quality to any city in Florida.
--n- of Live Oak P. W. Warren paid Jacksonville a
i and theirzeal business visit last week.
Sin their city as The material for Messrs. D. E. Mc- LE
Eel tion for public DonaldandP. E. Lown's new plant- 7 1 lV E O A
it e sotem sent the Welborn Novelty Works-has ar- ;
ai anticipating a rived and building will begin at once.
welcome and a happy Thos. W. Hart, who was injured by -
ibved comrades. a runaway horse last week, died at his +. -
is entitled to one del- home in White Springs Saturday night F l t
S "uemnberu, and one from his injuries. Mr. Hartwas about U III S I
fration of ten mem- 70 years old, and was a captain in the
t eery camp in good Confederate service, serving in Lee' CFc, Ca & D n Rea dy
d to two delegates army. He leaves a large circle of
are selected the relatives and friends. Almo every family has need
will at once report Mrs. J. L Morgan has returned from of a reliable remedy for colc or
0 those of alternates to a trip North, where she personally se- diarrhea at some time duin the
pi elected the largest and the most beauti- year. +
in errears are most ful line of millinery that was ever Th remedy is recommended
ited to remit theirdues, handled in Welborn. She has also se- by dealers who have scld it for +
Sapi, to this office at cured the services of a professional many year ad know it value.
t eatitled to represen- trimmer, who will arrive Oct. 1st. It has received thousands of
.. convention. James Adams, son of T. W. Adams, % Mnoaial f hom sat peo" p
ati companies. have has secured a position as salesman for it has been pracrbed by phy-
redced rto of one the McLeran Mercantile Co. rcians wth l t mod atifadory +
o*r the round trip, plus Welborn school opened Monday with resu .
. r p an enrollment of 70 pupils and with t has often saved i( before +
eral com ndi rosect of 0 more to enter. medi.aie could have been sent for +
itus cc..ral commanding, g prp,1 o1 u m"ore 10 enter. [ a "
in announcing the Mrs. W. B. Zackery left Sunday for or a physician v.lnmono d.
-- announcing the It onyc ,,-,3 a uort Ca
S Miss Ada Mae Rob- Mrs. J. I. Morgan's millinery line od to r much ,
r; division maid of certainly is a credit to Welborn. It is t U
fs Evans of Live Oak. beyond a doubt the finest line ever
re grand-daughters handled in Suwannee county.
mi .re Confederate sold- Mcssrs. Geo. Miller, A. J. Miller and FFLOWER +
k llbe honored offi- A. C. Selph were visitors in Live Oak S E E D FIELD
ia s representatives of Monday. e v L OR R TBE
writ tbat courteous con- Capt Frank McClellan leaves Wed- I V MAsI L o R D n R
th that courteous con- Pt' r -We will ship any sized order mie day as re-
i bamre loyalty which nesday for Ft. Meade and Key West, ceived. TeSted Seeds Oniy-peciz in
in hood demands. on a business: trip. BURPS, "The Sees Tht Grow."
tommandes are expect- A. W. McLeran, Jr., visited Jack- IA/ALTON SEED CO.,
ofworkdoneintir sonville and Pablo Beach last week on 7 South Oen St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
pit of Work done in their Poultry Supplies. Bamedias Incticide.dM
iaends during the past a combined business and pleasure trip. Write for Cataog.
iaittms appointed at the Ladies! if, you fail to see Mrs. J. I.
also present their re- Morgan's hats while in Welborn you TA
miss a treat. Don't send away for, WHY NOTTRY POP-HAM'S 1U
jr general commanding hats when the latest New York styles
qpt the death of two of can be bought at home. ASTHIA REK DY
Mf during the past year, Miss Allie Belle Spencer, Miss Maude eand Ptive Relief in Ever
L H. Spear, chiel ot ar- Cason and Miss Fannie Powers left c ase. Sold by Druggista. Price in.u.
SW. P. Johnson, aide- Tuesday for Thomasville, Ga., to enter ,Tril Pack&e by Mall 1 0c.
e beloved comrades will Young's College. WIII LS IIFC. }, RoL C--d--, O.,
i at our future reunions, Miss Freeda Hackney will leave Mon- I
SWre once faithful at- day for Tallahassee where she enters Noticw.
lithe veterans in their re- the Florida Felmale College. The Pine Grove camp meeting will
ties will also deeply feel Prof. Griffon Hall arrived Sunday af- convene Oct. 19th. at 7:30 p. m. Tent-
ternoon to take charge of Welborn holders are specially requested to be
Col. John L. Pennicy, of school as principal, there in the beginning and stay, if pos-
SNo. 10, of Pensacola, has Rev. W. A. Tison filled his regular sible, through the meeting. Every-
td chief of artillery, vice appointment in Palatka this week. o i xti s.,t
J. H. Spear, deceased, to Don't forget that you can buy the 'h. ,-:. an Trustees.
it 8, 1909, and will be latest style millinery at Mrs. J. I. Mur- ---- IS
1Mscted accordingly. gain's Welborn Millinery Store, and T, te.
of camps will please save expressage and have the pleasure The State Ex 2 utlve Committee of pU
o to their camps, of selecting personally choice, the F. E. and C.U. of A., Florida divis-
thee orders totheircamps, of selection psonal your choice. ion are requested to meet at Live Oak, WC
Beers of the division are Welborn business men are to organ- Fla., at 10 o'clock a. m. on September
SImist in every wayv in ize A Business Men's league. 24, 19W, for the purpose of discussing 10
a large attendance at Judge t. B. Olliff is contemplating an formulating plans for marketing th
The press of the state building a two story brick store on the th We hope to avr a full del coation
P_..te state We hope to have a full delegation ..

Oi to lend us their usual sight of his present store building. from every county in the Sea Island OU
Sand publish these orders. The Crescent Telephone Company of cotton belt with us, as we will have a d
4f White Springs are making arrange- full report from the manager of the des
Sea Island Cotton (Co.. of Savannah, Ga.
ROBERT J. MAGILL, ments to install a local telephone svy- Sea Isl ottonf CUo
1W General Commanding. ter in Welborn. C E. PLEDER.
. He. LOVE, Friends of Win. Moseley are glad to (C m'n Com. Oil
1Gen. and Chief of Staff. see him on the streets again r a 1hre ca a sci cunty in hi
I. Gen. and Chief of Staff. I h s-" :- a h.reiv call a. sgeciai county !Yweting

Pitrlns Of a. 44 to tkOvae 45O0
1give $1 worth lcdlcy, & on ii
be ult a rmwaeg dp Swe thefwlyn&ayi

ery to any part of the city



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Cotton Factors





Sea Island Cotton a Specialty

Fertilizers, Bagging and Ties

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the motto of giving the
blic their full money's
rth. That we live up
this is attested to by
e continued increase in
r business. If yo'i are,
sirous of not alone se-!
ring the lowest prices
Lumber, but also the,
ghest quality for those

Fal Seed Catalo
mesdy, vr mth fllaet
tfoautl o about all
Seeds fM r the
Farmn n Gden,
Graes and Cve"
Vetch A lfaa,
Seed Wbet, OMtL
Rye, Barley, etc.
Aho tells al! about
VegetaHe & Flower Sees
that CUI he planted in the fall to
advntage and prodt, and about
Hyacinth% Tilps and other
Fowwing Bub, Vetablt and
STawbwy PlantW Poulry
Suppels and FRtten.
vB hrmTr a rudeMftr Obftld
haves th l c t"l. It ti Inlvalable In
Its hb!1.':,!.ts au a r-'t Ll s td t7factory hFe or
c1 :*. Cataloi MOW fri oN
re.cut. Write tortH.
SSeedsmen, Richmond, Va. C

-- long selige of Continuelld ever.
??riaB's Colic, Cholera and' The Warren-McNeill Naval Str..
remedy is today the best Company here moved into their new
LMrine in use for the relief store and are making some very txttln-
isin imusrtvetnt ts within thf t to\wn
bowelcomplaints. It cures sve ivemnts wh th t
Brhoea, dysentery, and limits.
7Miss Enima McClehan. \hvo hia; b-en
en at the first unnatural Mss Emma Mclelan. ben
I the bowels. It is equally a tecigscho rtur- nda
children and adults. I't evening.
Sold byv arclav & The young people enjoyed a Tacke. '

of the Farmnrs Union to meet with the l f' d
aiv.e nanme committee. I hop .v.ry prices, you will nd deal-'
ocal in the county will b reprnt d ing with us atisfactor
a: this important meeting. ing w us batisfactor
tto the minuest detail.
G. 11. D,,R,,., Pres. to the minutiest detail.

The L. & N. railroad has [ a (-,n-
tract to tiet-rov! th wati' tH rattl war i,:- w ta o tF o d
,North Flori'da
it Per1~ac i tll 2 fTtI TL n rk
--- ri

We Give Aw

WUit every Cm r







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in indiidUoi bm ub.
ject"UmT"Sun im the Pa.
ific. TO tohe ffifty

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On your Stove or Range is an Absolute G

antee of the very


That skill and money can produce.

is used and by the most skilled workmen.

of high grade Southern grey iron, no scrap.

what you are looking for.

Nothing but the best mi

All cast parts are


"square deal

If we would sell you a piece of gi

that was'nt worth the money you paid for it, you would not give








any more of your trade.

If we sell you a SUPERB Stove or Rai

we expect to sell you other goods; therefore, we are going to giveT
you a "square deal" by giving you the best value that money caa

buy in the way of

a Stove.

This illustration shows our Princess

Superb and Reservoir.

Oven Stove.


This is the latest production in a Square

The castings are smooth and the construction is per-






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i ig Grade

inos to Be

yen Away

f Ballots Up to

by. VYoti Pretty

ively looday.

epa'ative piano voting con-
a mberw of Live Oak merch-
o the Democrat started last
, and already there is consider-
Met in the contest.
ktk Grade Pianos are to be
if-me to the most popular
Sin LiveOak, and the other
SAm popular young lady mi Su-
om ty residing outside the city
lba will be on exhibition here
days, oe of which will be on
r the show window at Mrs.
Fi'We, and the other at the
hMiar Co'L. store.
rtk. ruei of this contest the
Wd wherhnts will give 100
Sewery dollar's worth of mer-
i d or eh.
"tet will open Monday, Sept.
will close December 1, 1909.
my eash purchase at the fol-
owms votes will be issued:
,'te, Shoes and Gents' Fur-

i, Fresh Meats.
Hardware Co., Hardware.
Democrat, Subscriptions

C.. W. Bache, Millinery and Dry
Wtte, Groceries.
Them.b s Drug Co., Drugs.
for depositing votes will be
at ech of the above named
whrm vote may be deposited.
of any of the above firms
from entering the con-
Al woceties, clubs, etc., are
hited from entering.
wi be counted Tuesday of
r k by the pair Hardware Co.,
i vote of the various candidates
in the Democrat.
buy if you want to win a High

Rules of the Contest.

This C=pm may be cut at The Demo-
rat OMe* at Or of th store
oMested th the Contest.
Not Good After October mt.


Adm ...... .............. ............
Good for Five Hundred Votes.
Only one Nominating Coupon counted
for any one Candidate.

How the Vote Stands.
The result of the first count of the
votes, Tuesday, was as follows:
County Outside Live Onk.

Lora: Lanier, Roesburg........
Hattie Brannon, Rossburg...
Stella Cobb, Pine Grove........
Ruford Bell, Welborn...........
Mary Bonds, Suwannee.........
Live Oak.
Kate Crouch ........................



Daniel Tedder Chapter, U. D. C.
A local chapter of the United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy was organized
in this city on Thursday afternoon,
September 16th, at the city hall. The
ladies were efficiently aided by the
State President, Sister Esther Carlotte,
of St. Augustine, the State Secre-
tary, Mrs. McCreary, of Gainesville,
and the State Register, Mrs. Stevens,
of Lake City. Several Confederate
Veterans were present and offered their
loyal aid and encouragement to the
chapter in its future work.
Talks, in which were set forth the
object of the Confederacy of Southern
Women, were given by the visiting la-
dies and by CoL L E. Roberson of this
city. It was unanimously voted that
the Daniel Tedder Chapter should be
the name given to the organization, in
honor of oneof this section's oldest vet-
erans, who is now living in this city.
The following officers were elected
for the coming year: President, Mrs.
D. O. Henry; Vice President, Mrs.
Charles Blackburn; Recording Secre-
tary, Mrs. James Lyle; Corresponding
Secretary, Mrs. J. M. Price; Register,
Mrs. W. H. Lyle; Treasurer, Mrs. L.
P. Cox; Historian, Mrs. Eugue Carter.
Eighteen ladies signed the application
for a charter, and more are expected
to join at the next meeting. The fol-
lowing is a listof thecharter members:
Mesdames W. L. Tedder, George But-
ler, Charles Blackburn, 0. O. Williams,
James C. Lyle, J. M. Price, L. P. Cox,
Eugene Carter, Ross McCormack, Will
Lyle, Dave Henry, Cora Lyle Stevens,
Blanche Goronto Smith, D. 0. Henry,
Jack Taylor, T. S. Baisden, J. H. Bras-
well and Miss Ada Mae Roberson.


Northern cities,
latest 1909 Fall

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S909 l ats are mw re y.
Our opening is ogon
every day, and our t ry
best pattern Has Dress
SHats and Street Hats are
ready at all times fr your
inspctiont Our Trimming
Depatamnt is in cdart
an expertof year d atual
epetie C in som of the
and can pleaseyou in price with the very

Ladies' Tailored Skirts and Waists
Separate Skirts will be very strong this season, and we have broh tout Ia grad
collection. We want you to see them at once-note the new style, thene ui -
and make selections before the line of sizes are broken. Also a bemuil hd&o
Ladies' Waists in the latest Fall Styles. We are making a specialty of is
and Waists, Tailored Suits, Tailored Waists, Tailored Skirt and DriMe in any *

Full le of Ladies' Readyt er Wm ts Rul Id FiIshht
In Dry Goods we have an excellent carefully selected line in Mohairs, Voaik PRa
ma's, Ginghams, and a wide and varied collection of new fabrics. Ginghams for
Children's School Dresses. Best values at each price awaiting your all



INy g lady or girl in Suwannee
I ei ible to entry, except that
wm above mentioned have the
to diminate anyone who, in their
di may be undersirable as a con-
b attache of any business house.
mited may be a candidate, nor
riediate relatives.
I differences arising during the
t are to be referred to the above

Tampa-Havana Lumber Co.,
$100.000.00 Fire.


The Tampa-Havana Lumber Com-
pany's mill and novelty works in Tampa
were destroyed by fire yesterday morn-
ing. The loss is about $100,000.00 with
insurance of about $50,000.00.
C. H. Brown and Thos. Dowling of
this city are largely interested in this
comnanv. and Live Oak people are in-

irI adjustment, who alone are to deed sorry to learn of their loss.
Idwlions. We understand the mill will be re-
Id any candidate desire to with- built at once.
I from the contest the votes cast


lhtndidate will be thrown out The orange growers of the south-
at counted for any other candi- western section of Manarte county
have organized a sub-exchange and ap-
plied for a charter.
Nominations made by mail shouldlid for a charter
ie to any of the above tirms. L. P'richard, of White Springs,
a Democrat will give on yearly has purchased the Telford House at
ptiona-$1.00: White Springs. paying $14,lQ0 for the
uacription ..... .... 500 votes. property
tbscriptions........ 5,000 votes.
Absaiption... .. 10,00 votes. otice of Appliation fo: Tax ed
SUnder wSection of C chapter 4\ W,
"AbMp Truw itn;,n snai,-ctan ,IA v,_-:..


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" hLd S id ly Novelty and Richness Characterize Materials Employed

FLOSS in Designing the Fall Costume for Particular Women to.

We invite your critical inspection of our New Fall and Winter Stock of DRESS

TRIMMINGS, Dress Assessories in the New Novelties, Suits, Skirts and one-piece D

1 IEAIY FOI YOl SUIT ? FALL SUITINGS: A plentiful variety of newest weaves itDY FOR Ylt

We are showing the newest cre- and colors. Scarcely two weeks since they arrived, and in our Skirt Depatuebg
nations in stylish colors in their newness are such varied and charming designs as will complete with the mt*
sivre assortment of Dln
3 LADIES' SU ITS appeal to every taste. And we have many in ONLY one stretS it
Space does not permit us to in- Dress Pattern of a kind. No ONE else will have one like city, made in the sm
numerate the many kinds. We YOURS. We know you will appreciate THIS feature! Osed as t SRT O
invite your inspetion.we will guard

Handsome Prunella Cloths, high lustre Trimmings and Assessories- well this fall.
LADIES SUITS weaves, in Catawba, Wistaria and all the Handsome Novelty Bands, in shades to
LAD ES tU T $ 5Beautiful Serge Suitings effective, All the new Dress Fabrics.
$10 to $35 with twilled self stripes, inreseda, moke All-over Jet Net, now so much used,
P1 D fe At Mgray, catawba and the new popular colors. also Jet Bands; the new'narrow Novelty PerfeC ArlIt I
Benglines, in this season's shades, silk Braids, to design in braiding creations as
poplin in elf stripes, also plain, in great your own taste suggests.
BOYS' S TS variety o colors, new for fall. Jet Buttons, Jet Trimmings of all kinds. Dkys 1Knis
BOYS SUITS er and Ptrte
Our Fall Styles in Boys' Clothes ART DEPARTMENT We are owingthe most complete a- All sizes and latest coWL
will please the most fastidious sortment of Art Embroidery materials
boy and his mother. See our ever seen in Live Oak, and in the New Designs. Our sales and the interest already shown have a pair for every bo.
SBoys' Suitsatonce by or customers evidences the fact that we have struck the keynote in this line. EVERY boy come and m.
See our yard-wide Bleaching, the 10c grade, we're selling at 8c per yard. One Dozen H it
# Fine Petticoats Homespun Checks, worth 6 1-2c, our price, per yard, 5c.e oI na

A big assortment of SAMPLES Splendid values. School hi-a @j
on Sale at Factory Prices. them

AGENTSMail Orders

McCall Patterns. SOLICITED


Local and Personal

Return your books to the Library to-
All Library books should be returned
to the Library tomorrow.
Cotten, is bring fully as much on the
Live Oak market as it is worth in Sa-
Preaching at Baptist church next
Sunday by the pastor at 11 a. m., and
7:W0 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Miss Eva Hildreth, after a three
week's visit to her sister, Mrs. L
Council, at Americus, Ga., returned
home Monday.
Wanted-Help on shirts and waists.
Only those experienced on first-class,
high-grade work need apply. Mrs.
Ray, Dress-maker, 122 Peidmont Ave.
Rev. John A. Wray, wl.o has been
visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Wray,
of Nashville, is expected home tomor-
row. He will be accompanied by Mrs
Wray and children who spent the sum-
mer there.
You can get a handsome piece of
guaranteed gold and gold plated jew-
elry free at J. B. Evans'.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barton returned
home Wednesday from a few days visit
in Jacksonville. Mrs. Barton also vis-
ited St. Augustine where she entered
her daughter, Miss Haffie. in the St.
Joseph Academy.
M-f amu MrU Trvin Hutchinsnn nf

Chas. Rubenstein left Wednesfay for
a few days visit at Quitman, Ga.
Joe S. Roof came up from Dowling
Park for a few hours Wednesday.
Col 0. 0. McCollom, our very able
county solicitor, left last Saturday for
Sumter county on a visit tQ relatives
and friends.
Mrs. C. A. Hardee and little daugh-
ter, Moseley, returned home Wednes-
day after a very pleasant six weeks
stay in the mountains of North Carolina.
Cotton, corn, potatoes and sugar cane
are coming into this city pretty lively
now and our merchants and cotton buy-
era are paying the very top of the
Go to J. A. Jenkins for repairs of
wagons, buggies, log carts, guns, re-
volvers, &c. Horse shoeing a specialty.
All work guaranteed, prices reasonable.
Shops located near Suwannee Ginning
Co's. Gin. tf
Mrs. T. B. Dowling, son and daugh-
ter, were in Live Oak Tuesday, the
guests of Mrs. Joe Roof. Mrs. Dow-
ling was en route to Sweetwater, Tenn.,
where she goes to place her son, Ossie.
in school.

Eld. A. B. Cargile and family, of
Dowling Park, will be at the Advent
church at Peacock on next Saturday
night and Sunday. In addition to the
organ they use the violin, cornet and
cello in church music, and always have
large crowds.
Florida seed rye at J. M. Strickland's

Just about all Live Oak tlartits who
spent the summer in the mountains

Mrs. J. F. Harrell and children vis- company. They will also visit her son, I Lyrm m CU
ited relatives at Fort White yesterday. W. H. Haddock in Tampa, who is one i The time i mu Mr
Communication from Dowming Parkof the faculty in the Tampa Business series of entertaiameb i*
and Falmouth were received too late forCollege. under the auspw 4
this issue. Correspondents will please i Club will comfmesee.
send communications so as to reach us e. The first of the s 1
not later in the week than Tuesday af- There will be a meeting of the the latter part of ktea.
ternoon. Daniel Tedder Chapter of the United, After receiviug t0
t Daughters of the Confederacy at the and hearty support of
For Sale-The celebrated Fenhollo- city hall Friday afternoon (todav) at Ifinal arrangements iM
way spring water. I have the exclu- 3:30 o'clock. It is especially urged'June by the Club comli
sive agency for Live Oak, and will be that all chapter members be present, i this attractive course f
pleased to have your orders. Can fur- j as there will be important business to i It is gratifying to k aw
nish it in bottles or dinijohns. Put up be discussed. All ladies desiring to join zens of Live Oak wst 5
the day order is received. B.P. Mos- the chapter are cordially invited to; in the way of divertsim
ley, Live Oak, Fla. come and add their names to the list of ways stand ready to d s [
I will sell my entire stock of Buggies, applicants. and in giving their libl
Waggons and Harness at Absolutely METHODIST CHURCH. they have done to thi, m U
Factory Cost, less freight, for cash or I.v R v t-i ,nn I that they have mad&s oWiA

credit. Here are a few samples prices:
South Georgia Buggy, $40.00; A $57. 00
Wagon for $47.00; and a $12.50 set of
Harness for $9.25. I am also selling
the Tison & Jones top buggies for $65.
B. P. Coachman.
Mrs. G. F. Haddock and little daugh-
ter, Merle, left yesterday morning for
South Florida. She will first visit her
son. B. B. Haddock and family of Lake-
land, where Mr. Haddock holds a cleri-
cal position with the A. C. L. railroad

A Big

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Your complexin u a aS
Preaching by the pastor.
Sunday-school 9-30 a. nm. temper is rendered mimmir~
Junior League 3 p. m. ordered liver. By talb Qa
Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednes-i lain' Stomach and Lve r
da'y, 7:-30 p. m.can improve h.I
drs. Atkinson has returned and will can improve both.drgi
preside at the organ next Sunday.
A cordial invitation is extended to all. The shenr f A, ,A hac 6a
The sheriff of Alachua

The Florida State Educational A.so- i
eiation will be entertained this year at
DeLand, and the meetings will be held
in the auditorium of Stetson University. i

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of Dr. Mar-
e their Unier-
fare and enery,
is te o be foand o
New YeuCmt of
to ebi fair to r-
S d coatinue the work
Rts founders,
tw law library, pur-
Lawyer's Co-Operative
olksM its popular rep-
1.i Utley of Jaekaon-
Sanrriving and are be-
s ddves for use at the
fUiersity, September
books are in place the
s the Florida Reports,
&rpamne Court Reports,
Reports and State
iyTer'is Reports Anno-
iTak Common Law and
New York Court of
sM seihusetts Re-
H Bgortts and New Jer-
ho to the National Re-
lrtenm North Eastern,
Sth Fstern, Atlan-
lSothern Reporter, the
bimf atih Reports, the Cy-
Ilw and Procedure, and
amnhred or more of the
bioob and books of refer-
i all a library of more
d a library and with a fac-
of men who have demon-
Staeu by years of sucees-
fwork in Florida, and in-
of the leading members
im bar in charge of legal
pleading and practice,
and practice court
wh sEhool should command
B and support of the bench
to State and should bring
w:bll every young man desir-
prepare himself to
Ilirn Florida. The prospects
moie for the coming year
Mkiht, for there promises
Sly a large junior class to
fthool but a strong senior
an unusual condition for
in its opening year.
Chas. H. Kicklighter suc-
PM JT. Hochrtrer (resign-
i -oJ r of Mechanical Engin-
Prof I oaf or Kicklighter is a
.- ld the Georgia School of Tech-
|pi post-graduate of the Uni-
Wisconsamin. For three years
If itraetor of mechanical and
&l4Aineering in the Georgia
$i Technology. Later he organ-
luhmegie School of Technology
lliy College, S. C., from which
ihe eomes to us. The presi-
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the man or the worthiness of the thing imitated.

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The Original Remedy to Kill the Dandruff Germ and Up to Dae te Ody Ont a Ds k

Others have tried to imitate it, but without msaea. It stamdr alm
the peer of all hair preparation Ued as darted. eispidid -
moves the dead acarfsakin, which is so u 't Id am d ek
further accumulation by killing the D nff stps fr hif
and brings both scalp and hair back to Boma1 beath Uli com-
pletely atrophied, the follicles take on new ife. manifested by a
strong, vigorous growth of hair.

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I have just tried a bottle of
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satisfactory, as it h eatiely
removed the dadruft from my
hair and started my hair to
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] follows: "For two
S handed the highfoo Fortwo of the University Extension work.;
t ta e and students of The University intends to put more
Cotee and hass n h stress on the training of teachers in the
Cd hs own im- future than it has done in the past and
sell teacher and disciplinarian.
M taher and disciplinaria, the young men of this State will find
ly reluctant to part just the advantages here to meet their
Joids A. Thackston succeeds Dr. respective needs. Teachers taking the
P. T m (resed) as Professor course at the State University will be
. loesm (resigned) as Professor
and Pegogy and Direc- recommended to positions which they
tle Normal School of the Uni- are qualified to fill and the president
Sate Superintendent Martin will render any assistance he can to
.t Crolina writes that "Dr. county superintendents and school
m one of the most able men boards in securing principals and teach-
ffwn is one of the most able men
J Carolina. He has made his ers.
ITna. He has m e his The work in the agricultural courses,
Ik fel throughout ths country in the various branches of engineering,
lcrteAhers' meetings." Presi- and in the classical and literary w(,rk
tatNormal School, Minne- ffred will be conducted by men uf
k writes that "Dr. Thackston is aoerewi
1rmet man in the field of edu- great skill and superior education.
hm d manwin thd e rfienced of eu The outlook for next session is 1.x-
Snd uthis wide experience, both ceedingly propitious. Already nearly
lm bld South, seems to me to tit all of the rooms in Buckman Hail, th,
Sirably for the work in your University oritor, have en en
0 University." Dean Balliet of Uversity d or ory, have The exens
TYWk University speaks as follows: gagedfor another ar. The tensi'l
i improvements in this dormitory build-
Sekston is one of the best ing, and thw ner buildings whhl
students we have ever had in arI t O er ct tin th e ulniveritc
e ooare to 1e erected on the PniMersitv
Prtment of education and is a
rtm well-equipped n an. s a campus within the next few months at
Swell-equipped man. e a cost of $40,O each. together with
Mother man in the University thr i ovements on the campus ,
b We could recommend quite s other improvements on the campus,
*w for ourld ommend quite sh and the establishment of the law school.
S fsor your work." Dr. Thack- combine to render Florida'. leading in-
ih also completed a book on the stitution of higher education the pride
and method of teaching math- itizn of the commonwealth.

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Why suffer from severe head-
aches, have fainting spelt
and be fretful? Your lver
needs attention. Tryt1b81b
the great liver reg tor.
CURES Cowutip~Am- BMw
Iass, Chblls aMd Fever ad
all Uver Complais.
Mrs. E. C. Morrison, Hous-
ton, Texas. writes: "I have
suffered for years from severe
headaches, dizziness and
fainting spells. I received
no relief until I tried Herbine,
and was completely cured. I
nm it alwava."

Nwo ber, A.D. IM.B htwe.the al bhms md
ale, in fromt f theo Mrthmdmor at LUA o
SuwawamM Coatr. phFlor e. earftr at
lie uter, ad mell t toh er ad t b u bie .
for eah the foawF desrd Iand to.wit
The NW f SEW W~; the N% ot the SH of
SEZ% ofSW%1 oa SectSa &Tw ep 2Sotna
Ra 13UEat AlotheN% NW of Serton
t. Tow5 SoutLmkRMW iEat. Adofid
lnds beiw lyt tand ua in Suwamme
County. Florida and being lndb ordered by aid
decree to be sod to atisfy the ram Purehaier
to pay for title.
sept.24-it Special Master.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un-
der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws
of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Minnie G. Howdl
purchaser of tax certificate No. 22, dated the lst
day of July. A. D. 1907. has filed said certificate
in my office. and has made appliation for tax
deed to Lsue in accordance with law. Said er-
tificate embraces the following described property
situated in Suwannee County. Florida to-wit:
N4 ojf 'w of Section 2, T. 3 South, L 13
Eat. The said land being ammed at the date of
the it. uance of such certificate in the nameof
Hlir redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue
thereon on the 'ith day of October. A. D.. 1909.
Witness my official signature and seal this the
2nd day of September. A. D.. 19s.
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County. Friday.

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The dierence tbewtt'w a 5 o'clock
tea ad a German Kaffecklatscl is
enmouas. The tea la a pleasant go-
ueaeyplum meeting, where we bal-
sU ou teacups In hand perilously
h-aleappe by our multitudinous poe
NnlDaS a gnMfted by the trill sau-
eW O which a top heavy pie, of cake
Iads an tecure resting uplce. We
may ejoy a variety of creature cow-
oret augmented by Ices and cups on
Iftee occasions.
Not so the German Kaffeeklatsch.
That is a ponderous affair which you
take sitting at tables. Coffee and sa-
rrles mark the beginning of the meal
followed by numberless cakes which
the Germans know so well bow to
make. This Is followed by some
reamy preparatloa or a beautiful do-
vice made In lee. This again is su
needed by the choicest fruits.
The Kaffeekanne is meanwhile still
busily plying its trade. There is a
well known German song which ends
with the refrain, freely translated:
"Thank you. thank you. hostess mine.
I never drink more cups than dine."-
London Queen.

The Fairy Hounds
In some years stoats appear to be
more numerous than in other, and
they are seen not nr ones and tw(s.
but in dozens, bunting together in
small packs.The late E. T. Booth of
Brhtos. wbhe soo9t! in. E.:,.st

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for Girls and Boys, made in the best leathers, along lines that afford
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LoTnmn one asItmn. met a pack or
stoats which attacked a terrier he bad
with him and wou!d not be driven off
until be and the dog between them
had killed more than a dozen. Stoats
will hunt together from scent and in
full cry like a pack of bounds, one al-
ways keeping the line and followed
closely by the others. This sight has
beea recorded by different observers.
who have also seen weasels hunting in
the same way. There is a popular no.
tion in the west of England that hares
are hunted at night by packs of little
fairy hounds, locally called "dandy
dog," and these are said to he wea-
sel, which the west country folks call
"fairie," pronouncing the word
varyr" and "rair." Some of them de-
elae that they have seen and watched
the chase with awe.-London Graphic

Poetic Justice.
A man whose soul had been tortured
tregpetly by the remarks of his wife.
who takes a fiendish delight in setting
a prkie on the handsome clothes worn
by other women, one day found sweet
comfort In the Incautious comment of
a woman in a crowded car.
"Oh. yes." said that observing other
woman, "the bat looks well enough.
but It Is cheap. It couldn't hare cost
a cent more than $6."
Thereupon said the man to his wife:
"Why do you always pick out the
most expensive clothes for especial no
tice? Why dpp't you look. at. some-


c~mg eneap once Tn awille? Then
are cheap things worn. There is a
hat in this very car that cost only $6
The woman just behind us pointed i1
out a minute ago."
"Well." said his wife. "you are the
last person on earth who ought to fee
proud of it. It was me she was talk
ing about."-New York Times

Old English Flint Glass.
Large quantities of lead and potas
were introduced into the constituent
of the glass which In 1;73 Is de
scribed as being clear. beavy and thick
as crystal
A great Impetus was given to th
manufacture when the edict of Nante
in 1MS5 drove the skilled artisans fro[
France. Many of them came to Enj
land, and the fame of British glass
grew until It was ,considered superic
to that of Bohemia
From 1736 to about 1761 we hay
but few particulars Then Michael F
kins. formerly a potter. became proi
Inent as a maker of the hic0est cla
of enameled tl:.s. whicb haq twIeo
very scarce It has an opaque wbi
body. beautifully painted In enam
colors with figures. flowers. etc.
fact It much resembles a glassy pore
lain. It Is getting scarce. too. and f
pieces are increasing In value.-Lond
Suwannee Democrat, $1.00 a Yea

Going Out of Business

Will Close Out My

Entire Stock of


at Luraville.

Commencing October

Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Notions

iee. a dMt it a day .-lam
"A kteker" answered Mr. s B
Bauer. am the fellow who a
twice his value and who is tAyingt tfI
feed. What has the horne got to kkk
about r-Wahingtq .Star.

"Every time, tbe tbby looks into my
ace be mile" amid Yr. Meektolt
"Well." answered his wife, "It ma
not be exactly polite. but it ahowsa h
uha a MO of humor."-ixehaae.

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Our wew Fall and Winter Stock tej
complete, and includes a great
such goods as you need every day.
special attention to the following:
75 pieces Prints at--- 5c, 6c and l U
100 pieces Checked Homespun at 5 1-2e to
50 pieces 4-4 Bleaching'at 8c, 10c and U1
100 pieces 4-4 Yellow Homespun at 5e to h
15 piece Mattress Ticking at 8c to 1eq
S 15 pieces Cotton Flannel at 8c to 12 1-k
25 pieces Dress Goods, which include
latest styles and patterns, at 8c to
SLadies Ready-to-Wear HI
SA nice selection of medium goods only, tlM
to $1.50. Call and see what we have to
e We also have some Special in
I Summer Dress Goo
Sto closet 25 to 100 per cent dieount A&
see them when you come in. Remember tal
h. are headquarters for
SFamily Groceries and Pr
"Ideal" Flour, highest patent, at $6.50. Other ood bM
S per bbl. We are in position to ve youw
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