Title: Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00579
 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: October 1, 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: VID00579
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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Everything that is new for

SWoman's Suits, Skirts and

Dress (

In al the new fabrics, which are even finer than lat season, and the col r ts are rich an d~marl S
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Our counters are laden with a most upto-date line of Men's and Boy's Cthing fal war, a lpi~a.
of BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS, wec mad and made fI rough war,at very ra9M p

Nice Line of

Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings and Notlons

Everything to wear and to eat. Prices always h The public is invied to ct oW tr d s br a
most practical display. HIGHEST' MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COTTON.




via; FnIt-atters
I-P to ClutmGrowers.

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I t from Bowling Green
in the Tampa Tribune
Swas stated that Government
the poe food kw are
S watching the shipment
a that they may not be
San unfit condition for
lit, this thing of shipping
tre fruit to the north-
markets will be practi-
of the past It is believed
P ions of the pure food
be aof great benefit to the
it of the 6th from the Tampa
: "We have sent out a cir-
SMoeiatiom to report all
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is the salvation of the orange business
in Florida, and would hustle to get in.
AU we can do is to keep hammering
away hoping their eyes will be opened."
-Punta Gorda Herald.


All of the Property Bequeathed to
Mrs. Harriman.
New York City.-A hundred brief
words, weighted each with approxi-
mately $1,000,000, and containing in
their entirely the last testament of E.
H. Harriman, make his widow, Mary
Averell Harriman, one of the wealth-
iest women in the world. It is, per-
haps, the briefest will on record, for
the disposal of an estate of such mag-
nitude. All his property is left to Mrs.
If the estate measures up to expecta-

wo roe uctober m we e-
t he G ver n nt tion, Mrs. Harriman, according to com-
pr' wit the Governcment in-omon estimation here, is the wealthiest
l reV t the pernicious ship- woman in the world. Mrs. Hetty
n immature fruit." i Green's holdings have been estimated
Ster matter that should be of
* to the trus fruit growers of at $40,000,000; those of of Mrs. Fred-
to te its fruit growers of erick Courtland Ptnfield, whowas Anne
S Mananed i M letter writ- Weightman of Philidelphia at $80,000,-
IWO IMrer M. E. Gillett
SCiru E t 000, and those of Mrs. Russell Sage at
S Citrus Exchnge, to likeamount
i-.-.,.like amount.

f..I. dams of this city, and
a iS eas from many sections
lt 'inlamr to yours that the
b smd M ion men are doing
fitthley know how to defeat
iiid, Unt W +.........

As a result of jumping a switch at
Winston and the engine turning over,
last Saturday evening, Engineer C. P.
Cnppens, of Sanford; Express Messen-
ger Will Rapson, of Jacksonville; Gol-1


Full Worth for Every Dollar Spent Here in


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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dia 4r*y gMi kstop in usd e
i N Kerm itile'sline, at Welborn.
wfl gumaIts. bscnits made
th* Mr eted Town Talk wr.
pvqar d y M folk enjoyed a
Fiday night at Mr. adMs. F.
Wa s.
Bi I thfr. BdoL, wh inthecay
ir= om lahy in the Denwcrat's
-rh esst, s loved by all who
SHeir k,ad w ea setly beg all
hrhsiutss to support Mir Rixford in

tby. Fruk P. Jernian, pastor of
Uo.L IL ekrteh here, was ate itor
la Live Oak Monday.
h Iam warly the Deocrat lst week
hi Miss RIxford Bel,'s nu uas
U0erd, in the voting contest. We&l
TAa'e ppe are very mueh interCted
| Ft como ot mad ahop the Democrat
w pet tMin Rixford's name correct

Mu.. Koian's proleSo bal hat trim-
rw ayi tow orders are crowding her
owal to Atlanta, and advice the lames
to aome early and select their hats
Miia Loise Sparkman, of Tampa, is
vTbtr Mis Ruth MeLeran. Miss
Sproman will leave Wednesday for
S .Talahaee, where she enters the
Woman's College.
The Cash Merantile Co., Welborn,
la., do not claim to be the biggest
tegI in town, but they are the peopk
V aro e handling the real articles and
Cutting the prices that others follow.
J. T. Kemp was a prominent visitor
in Live Oak this week.

c o .' h, for Ute ote ti-m yi StoMt" Ida Hart
bmrm bv n salsom eforT. DdivT oLa
lIhdw& C960 u mresiond toW Nt a htumal hPsL
Strd" ere Hi hL BSdtati-Haw the Chtaulr W
I 3 .J.. and, em o Colb=ia eBut at Kehe's Bar-Ray Howland.
i'. -a peep..Bm 61., w- Q rtt..-D- .', Cry Ma ErM.
id "a rtin WoM Monday. Radiation-A n iamdet of the War
d LaeoA, take this advice and rush -MarioJolmm Efd is Moaley.
Sar to Mrs. J. J. Morgan's Wl dget DIailogoe-Se On a Raibroad Car.
Syor hat, for they a oig as rfut a Reitftion-My Doie-Annie Femwx.
*tat pretty trimmer can turn them Recitation-When VacationComes.
eat '"Good)bye Song"-SchooL
Tb Cash Mercantile Company of After the program Prof. O'Hara
to Wdbo has mad the most rapid prog- gave a good talk which was much en-
Srm ofamy new firm ever opened up. joyed by all present.
Tbey opened their new store last March It is needless to say that almost every
with a I of fancy groceries a n e cried, pupils, teachers, old folks,
SSeuber the nrst they had creased young men and madens, but how codd
their stock of groceries and added a they help it? Saturday, Oh! what a
Sfd lie of dry goods hardware, stoves, blue day it was, school was out.
hrnes, farming implements and wire But we hope to have as successful a
Sfeacing. Col A. D. Hemming, who term next year. Doubtless each little
Sbeing oae of the best known men in heart of the pupils will rejoice when
SSm ane county, has the buein in school time comes again, especially if
Scharge ad a surely doing a wonderful Mr. Sealey be their principal, as they
Sbusine ssfor the new enterprise. Last all seem to love him as he does them.
ts Saturday there was hardly standing Mr. Sealey enters college ;or a see.'
e oom in their store, and CoL Hemming ond term in a tew days and Miss Walls
had to secure extra help in order to Howland will teach a term in Lafayette
nd wait on the customers, county and will open school in a few

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One look at Mrs. J. I. Morgan's line
of millinery will convince you that she
ca supply you in the latet styles ob-
taimle in city and will trim them free
by professional as well as an artistic
F.ank Webb, the popular salesman
for Groover Stewart Drug Co., was in
town Tuesday.

NMesrs. Geo. and Thoiras Hawking
wentto Live Oak Monday to attend
the funeral or their nephew, Mr. Cap
CoL W. L. Rogers visited his wife
Miss Jessie GrigsLy is visiting her

ecusm, Mrs. J. I. Morgan.
Miss Florence Buie spent Sunday
with her uncle, G. B. Smithson.
The Cash Mercantile Co. of Welborn
has the largest stock of rice ever re-
ceived in Welborn, and they say the
storms that destroyed all the rice in
the southwest will not effect their
prices, which are below all competitors.
Mrs. P. W. Warren and two pretty
little daughters, Mable and Elmina,
spent Saturday in Live Oak.
Mrs. J. P. Hatch spent several days
visiting Dowling Park this week.

Friday morning, September 24th
awed fair and bright on this part of
be weseru hemisphere.
This was the day of all days for the
bayWad school, which has made won-
drful progress, for the past four
month under the efficient management
f Mr. I M. Sealey, as principal, and
imr Waller Howland assistant. The
acuity had gotten up a splendid pro-
ram for the day. In the morning the
pupils had their regular lessons in the
school rooms until the noon hour when
ll gathered at the church grounds un-
er the shade of the beautiful oaks,
where a table had been built for the
occanm and a most delicious dinner
was served. There were more than
mu hundred present, besides pupils and
When the inner man had been satis-
fied with the many good things from
the table, all assembled in the church
buiking which had been beautifully
decorated with evergreen and flowers.
A snow white curtain was hung across
the church in front of the rostrum; at
the foot of the curtain was banked
beautiful evergreens. Soon after all
were assembled in the church, Miss
Walls Howland played a beautiful
march on the organ, and the pupils
came marching in line from the school
building proceeded by Messrs. Low and
Marion Johnson. dressed in uniform
carrying their guns. All marched in per-
tect order. When Messrs. Low and
Johnion reached the end of the aisle
next to the rostrum they stopped cross-
ing their guns over the aisle forming
an arch, and the pupils all marched un-
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days-success and good wishes to both.
The honor roll for Clayland for the
last month.
Mr. Sealey's room- Hattie Hart.
Della Mims, Daisy Tipton, Israel Bax-
ter, Andrew Bird, Phill Goff and Ellis
Miss Howland's room -Jessie May
Goff, Mary Hart, Louise Howland, Geo.
Baker and Groover Ross.
The writer feels that we have failed
to do justice to this subject, but all this
would have had to be seen to be appre-
ciated, but it was too good to keep
from the public. Success to all.

Falmouth Notes.
The cotton gins are running full blast
Mrs. McCall is spending a few days
with her sister, Mrs. G. V. Knight.
A jolly crowd is going to Baldwin
Sunday to spend a few pleasant hours.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet in
the afternoon on Saturday before the
fourth Sunday in September, and will
be pleased to have all the members

I)owlina Park.

We are having some sickness in this
community, but we hope they will soon
be up again.
There will be only about one-half
of a cotton crop gathered here, but
we have fine corn, cane and pinder
crops and everybody appears happy.
We regret very much that our school
will be suspended next Friday, on ac-
count of our "knotty" cotton.

A Banquet

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benefit it has beenlo.
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Mrs. Rena Hue, of Pierce, R trWed Ce ui a
wrote: "1 was a sufferer from All Mlor Of f alt ah
pm in my side and legs, could not leep, had ehwtim
"I suffered for Years, until my hueband limited o
CuduL The first bottle gave m reief and v I m a
Try Cardi TwiU help you.


Will have his office over Suwannee
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.

SPlate, fuil set of teeth, $5.00
and up.
Fillings. 50 cents and up.
\ Gold fillings, $1.00 and up.

Work Guaranteed. i

Live Oak Mannlnfturing C

Lumber, Shingles, lee, Electrik

uIr am UIUW i LUe VLUI Iai Iae 111i an yLu iaj vL Jiuv juu U'vui J uv yvu n i
were seated, good if you couldn't eat. What good' Lg ts. Powe and TUPn em t
It was indeed a beautiful sight to see can food do a child when as soon as it Electric Lights in any part of the city furnis I
all thoselittle "tots" marching in, each enters it's stomach it is eaten bv Electric L
one knowing his place, as if they had worms. That's the reason your baby Residence or business Houses at a very reasonable
been trained soldiers. It all proves is ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin. Electric powtr-Day and night current-fcr manu
that their teachers have done all in Give it White's Cream Vermifuge. It ing purposes.
their power to train them in the way will expel the worms and act as a tonic Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders haw
they should be. for the child. Sold by Suwannee Drug cial attention, and all orders promptly fi!ed.
We feel and know, if there was one Company. cia attention, and all orders promptly ied.
that failed to advance in their studies, N We willgive you good prices on low grade cc&ii% I
it was no fault of their teachers, for NItce. flooring. Come and get our prices.
they certainly have been untiring in, To the Farmers anu LatIorers of Live
their efforts. We feel and believe that Oak and V icinity: __________________
As I have been prevented at one
every pupil and parent will ever re- As I have been prevented at one
member them kindly and have asoft time on accountyf ill health frommeet- UNIVERSITY OF FLO1IDA FLURIDA State COi ai
spot in their hearts for them. We dare and at anAINESVILLE, FLORIDA FOR WOMEN TAILAIAKSStt. I
say none could have done better than notice being too short. I have a strong 1 An Institution of the First Rank, A C.lee without a par i
these two young teachers have done. oictation o tr aa an will give supported by State and Federal South, offering derrtt. ,anddipli
This is not a "big blow" about our inotlce that I will be at the court house Funds, for Florida Young Men. in the rfllo irg urpar:ntents:
school, t's pupis or teachers, but si n Live Oak at 2 o'clock p. m.. on Sat-i Thorwough Courses Leading to Degrees I. A ColIlu~ <,f Libral Artt
school, it's pupils or teachr, but sm- urday. oct. 9th, for the purx.se of or-! of B. A., B. Sc., M. A., M. Sc.,& LL. B. II. A School f lrt!tusilrrial
pie facts, and genuine heart-felt ap- ganizing a local if the Farm.er Union. In Arts and Sciences; Agriculture; II. A :chwl oif line Arts.
plague for honest ork, welldone. The Meet me promptly. chemical, Civil, Electrical and Me- IV. A Sch(xl ,f Expre-is .
following is the program which was. chanical Engineering; Law; Normal V. A School for 'leachdr
well done from start to finish t. School; Graduate School. No Tuition. Other e-nwes
Chorus--Dixie-school. Oranizer ftr Suwannee Cunty. Expenses Exceedingly Low. low. For further infrrratio i
Opening address-Miurrvxo f. For Catalogue write to dress
OpRetitation-The Little Helers J Feel languid, weak. run-douwn ; A. A. Murphree, A. M., LL. D., Edward Conradi. M. A., Pk I
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NAKE TR S A BY. They Catch a "Sucker." swindler, who took the "roll" and dis- A STRANGL DISCOVIRY.
MAKE T Several Florida people and at least appeared. It is reported that one
Sld Steps on Monster and one Tampan have received during the Floridian, residing in Polk county, was Ma's Head Vawt Nine Hndred
bm= By Climbing Post. past year an alluring letter detailing "touched" for several thousand dollars Under Earth's Srbee
the sad plight of an alleged "Russian in this way, but his name has been Ma y City. P-At a depof
upon a six-foot diamond- nobleman," dated at Madrid, the writer withheld for publication. The Tribune 9 feet below the suae of the eart
itHluake and getting out of the claiming that he had fled from his own has seen one of the letters, which came
d th reptile by leaping up on the country with a satchel or a trunk full to a Tampa man of means, and it tallies r emoda in c eloa Mpedtrik
head of a man was ~wvr at Mlsq
&F a cyprem fence post was the of gold, to escape political persecution. with the descriptionsprinted of the let- Hill Colliery a e daysag. T h
iad unpleasant experience of After hiding this where no one else ters received in other places. ier ertn hane wys T e.
Joeph, a 13-year-old boy at could possibly find it, he had been ar- The most conspicuous victim of the a t hat on a m ud
recently. rested by the authorities at Madrid on swindle-that is, of those who have re ef. Worknm driv a in I
l bl was going through a dense advices from Russia and thrown into told on themselves-is William A. Mof- t a p atoverwich
just at dusk when he stepped prison. A few incidents involving a fatt, a prosperous farmer of Anne waste has been ao fporilatw .
Sbrush and directly upon a pretty daughter and a love story were Arundel county, Maryland. Moffatt t is believed to be the ad oa
r. He saw the big reptile imme- woven into the letter. The proposition swallowed the bait, hook and tinker I believed to be t he of -
and, screaming for help, leaped was for therecipient to get together a the firstigulp. He went to Spain with of a lly minded and wTe M
t ypress post in a barbed wire few hundred dollars or a few thousand, $5,000. He is of such a generous na- tried ll b sent to a Phibd
bak of him. He made the top according to the reputed wealth of the ture that he couldn't bear the idea of museum.
St) poet all right and easily stood victim, and come to Madrid to get the making all this vast fortune himself, -
it a it was broad. The snake prisoner out of jail. Then they would so be let several of his farmer friends A Shaking Up.
sad the lad claims that it struck get the satchel or the trunk and divide in on the scheme to the tune of a few may all be very well so far s the
as he leaped but that the fangs the booty. hundred dollars each. He met the trusts are concerned, but not wv a it
i t Wauld his trousers. If this letter failed to bring a re- "right party" in Madrid, the confiden- comes to chills and fever and maaria
S kboy's cries for help were heard sponse, another came in due time, re- tial friend of the "unfortunate politi- Quit the quinine and take a real cre-
AC J. Dupont and some other neigh- citing that the writer was still in cal prisoner," and gave up the $5,000. Ballard's Herbine. Contains no arm-
Sland they immediately went to his prison and that he had been unable to Then he waited for developments which ful drugs and is as certain as tax.
Mitmee. The snmke was later killed secure assistance. If a trip to Spain didn't develop. If it doesn't cure, you get your money
Stf 's found to measure over six was out of the question, would not the Moffatt had a terrible time getting back. Sold by Suwannee Dr Co.
li legth although there were but dear, kind American go to New York back home. Being unable to communi- i
:t Attls sad a button on its tail. city, to an enclosed address, where he cate, he was, for a time, an object of As It Slhad Be.
hL was still on top of the post would be met by a distant relative or charity in a strange land. The Madrid President Taft will travel 14,000
U1 help arrived and was badly confidential friend of the writer, who police laughed at hire. They "thought miles.
i kd as a result of his narrow would receive the money and make all the Americans were too smart" to be He will shake hands with 1,000,000
q',.-Ex. the arrangements for the release of caught with such bait. ,When Moffatt people.
-- -the prisoner, who would then secure! returned to Maryland he was penniless, He will kiss 10,000 babies.
Capest accident insurance Dr. his treasure and see to it that his bene- heart-broken, ragged and hungry. The He will devour 5,000,000 railroad
S w lM' Electric Oil. Stops the pain factor was remembered with one-half, friends he so kindly "let in" refuse to sandwiches
l heals the wound. All druggists the money. Such safeguards were pro- speak to him. He will make 5,000 speeches.
al it 15 posed that the susceptible victim' Although this scheme has been oper-1 He will refer to our glorious country
Couldn't see how he could be defrauded ated for two or three years now, not 50,000 times.
Robert Hloe Dead. on such a fair proposition, and it was one of the guilty parties has been He will find the same oysters, pickles
Ne York, N. Y.-Word was re- this second letter that always "landed, caught. The New York detective force and celery at 50,000 public banquet.
SeI in this city of the death of Rob- the sucker," if he was "landed" at all. has employed every agency known to He will listen to 20,000 speeches of
ttbMe, who, since 1870, was the head Many of these letters have been re- its sleuths without success. The story welcome.
O t rm of R. Hoe & Co., printing ceived in the United States, and it is reveals the truth of the saying that He will listen to 5,000,000,000 whoops
: I" manufacturers, in London. Mr. probable that many of them found "there's a sucker born every minute." for Taft.
vDeeloped the present huge double- dupes who were so ashamed of their Tampa Tribune. He will repeat, "Pleased to meet
.W pl press from the "Hoe cylinder" gullibility that they said nothing for 'you, sir," 1,000,000 times.
tI NM. He also perfected presses for publication. The cases which have "I suffered habitually from constipa- He will say "I'm durned glad it's
A ki colors. The Hoe company has been published substantially agree. tion. Doan's Kegulets relieved and over" 50,000 times during the first
g. plants in New York and London. Going to New York with the money strengthened the bowels, so that they month after getting home, and then
Vl^ dlath was the result of acute kid- asked for, the victim was met by a have been regular ever since."-A. E. settle down to regular hours for wind-
tL- ble. smoothe confederate of the Madrid Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. ing the clock and going to bed.-Ex.

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wankee. It the powes m f FM
will get into the Ctrms Bmac l
will be beywod the reach that h
of swindlers.
Mott's MeMrs Pil8
The great nerve ad brain rres
tive for men and women, prodva
strength and vitality, builds up the
system and renews tke normal ipor.
For sale by druggists or y mall, $1
per box, six boxes for $5.00. Wi-
jliams M'f'g. Co., Prop., Clevelad,
Ohio. Swannee Drug Co
S uwanmee DeOase $ a.s ToI.

Horses, Buggies, Mules, Harness,

Whips, Robes.

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b ia udoftheo aw: "Co-
i Ctfaeir shadow before."
Mm Cmam rype dog in their
S WAot lkg Lnted of
ir children, they have but
to blame for the unfavor-
,oo tey make on Ill lsenI

1 i ti iome thdtor agao tuns
irtfere.itoohls better half. The
.iwimr h aiP take up th work of
NiFrst profsiog that of teaching the
I id hbow to root and is e-
i a h ties of pricipal of the
Wgradd school-Havana News.
ibm re an some who allow theu
LAa to wag about their neighbor
ik~* tm msh, ad if ti i gthold
iaiSted morasl of scandal roll it
titbsr toaues like abeardoeaa
l of hmo,. Many a poor soum
boeba imparwi eby Iinwl by tal
b,,ts of which was niL-Gauinme
| h EDsvatw.
seeralof oar exchanges are no1
if g same good artles on temper
miMC and state-wide prohibitioaL 01
j elam pages they are roming dis
egr advrtseommt of whiskey. I
~gs m question withwuasato whotha
Jmprbibitios articles will kill th ef.
-dt theads of the ads knock ou
^f prohibiobti tiiments. Thereads
Spay is aoey an md take his choice
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ia t .al tot t ma th itdl r nd,
"ilttimt ^witA dba t brad vha iynemiPb d him and Cook T0ePM
,, Antas Ari,,t s ad h. i It." I wt U md "g,6r& enouh fo er ,a A rfred wh
Sist ue to& at, asI ratm, the doctor heis d &lUth day to (h* m PI wt
(kbesm)nmkat whole world W ." dvataUe of the man who keeps his of the tte pst, abol t
-L k City hidL toWp. But b latest move a mu- adiioa .tMof d Hot wmba aNO&
t .rpeee of stratoy. ~ n* nde a'ip, "r IPnlera
M ok w -e-,- the "oidett- hMtead of becoming angryover the repliB Bar 1. Iq uls BY
-?" It is jot abot the right tim d ck" accusation he places him- otrave letnmd a the dy o d d1 o d
owwtor ut forwaud teldtUt l the W of apologig f tforWM & to Cahorma. I I ab w "r am
a thtI fair ri animdhaels P ofPf lanhiwghem Malitne o tripoutofNew York we carried ".a$I ? I "l
br e t cost on this fll which i tht PCy shoUid think him a faker. more than 1,000 p~eg en, ad if you He W -
a n r-falimet ign of an ununaUl HBre a h avinw pledged Whitney and would put 50 on that ship today tere'd "N .-M u
acoldwt r." the Eskimo to silee on his su8ese, be a hollor that would reach Wasuing- ,"BM-YL"
Sandinfers that Pery has thus been ton amd make trouble for somebody. To b6] in K-I_"
misled. He absolves his rival for tak- show you how crowded it was aad what
Itis aorg to those whoa ing his stores for the same reasonthat 'crowded'really means, three days out Sawsuae Dhmo *,
working for better highways in the he had purposely created the impres- -_i_
stat to note that the newspapers of sio Pery obtained But while he is __
Florida, aaot without exception, ar thus explaining and apologizing for --i-iim--i mh---
lending their influence to the good pery he is, with the skill of a chess
roads movement In almost every expert, depriving his opponent o01 what
issue of every paper printed in the seems to be his main evidence and nul- i
state there is some reference to the lifying it in advance, since if the stories
I Mtaof good roads, and this eon- pe'y heard from Whitney and the Es-
tinual urging of the matter upon the jim were deliberately misleading
attention of the people is strengthen- through Cook's own orders the charge
ing pbhli sentiment constantly and based upon those stories must collapse.
steadily. If honestly and intelligently -From the Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch.
teed, the money of the people-in rea- X-,s G o__
seable amount--cannot be employed WHAT IS FAME ?
more advantageously than in the build-
ing of good roads. -Tampa Times. The Charlotte News very truthfully Don't think because we added Drugs to our bahosi t
reminds us that "after all men are but handle Christmas goods this year. We expect to hwa, a i
small factors. Trains on the Harriman and a more complete line than ever befo.
None but the initiated know the ac- lines halted two minutes during the
Survey requires in the printing office. funeral of thelate president of the road. Dolls, Toys, Hobby Hores, lP
SThe average reader who detects a mis- Offices were draped in crape. Soon W Vo [1mmm [ y
I spelled word or a letter upside down this will be taken down. The live Har- W gOHo
9 feels that his mission on earthisnot riman directed the greatest railroad -AND EVERYTHING ELSE NICE FOR PR
B -eeompished until he has called the at- system of the nation. That system
tention of the overworked editor to the rests two minutes in his memory. His Three Thousand d Lb of Firei
glaring defect. He does not notice the place is filled by another-by Judge. o
thousands of letters that are in place, Lovett, a man with an early history We have just ordered about 3,000 pounds of Fireworki,
r or the multitude of words correctly not unlike that of his predecessor. Lov- more reasonable than ever before-Wholeale and Retail
Sspelled, but his eagle eye is glued onto ett was born on a farm. He neversaw wanting anything s)eial will pleae give us the order ati
i the one that is out of place. So it is a locomotive until he was 15 years of ourfi ordergoes andwewill itforyou.
with ordeeds. Man does a thousand age. Three years ago Harriman took Boys, be sure to put in your order for a ni
t good deeds and no attention is paid to him from Texas to New York where he LOWNEY'S CANDY, sold only
r them, but if he makes one mistake it is became the strong man of the com-
flashed all over the world. A lifetime pany; into the hands of Judge Lovett
t ,may be spent in bumding up a reputa- the reins of power now fall. When
ri tion- that may be wrecked in a moment. Judge Lovett drops from the active list, A T C OO
,I The world is a harsh critic, exacting another will take his his place. Indus-
!to A fault.-Exchange trial progress is not dependent upon

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nt some-

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her pgCt

pmnseed at

ideam up
qpot the day

bohm PeC-e

osed a very
I at Pinemount

I who has
ther home


left Monday for
goes to enter

11'aO for a nice box
diy at Cook's.
I h charming wife
tf Welborn, was
i's et-of-town shop-

woman to cook
Lw mau and wife.
Swannee Station.
d near Pinemount,
dl most highly re-
S.that section, died
thart disease, Sun-
wm d Monday in the

room for Xmas

Coed Dlawwe sad Niagara Grape
X5 a sm% a beodat.
Fi Or~f s, sweet and juiey, e a
Co uta, ftreh and fll of milk, 5c.
Bammae, rip, 2ca kadoe
Sickle Pest, 0m2 a dosem
California Peaches, 40 a doen.
Fine fruitand good selection. Buy

wdlt was thKC (Mr

Joe Shoemaker made a business trip
to Perry Tuesday.
If you wish a special present for
Xmas, leave your order at Cook's.
Mrs. Joab Blackman, of Rixford, was
shopping in Live Oak Tuesday.
P. M. Lanier, of Rossburg, was
shaking hands with Live Oak friends
J. B. McDaniel, of Lee, manager of
the Lee Ginning Co., was trar:sacting
business in Live Oak Tuesday.
There will be Xmas toys of all kinds
at Cook's.
Mrs. H. F. Dexter and daughter,
Miss Boo, returned home Friday from

cat twhisi r
Editor Hgh Sparkman, of Perry,
was in ot city the fist of the week.
Fruit ars cheap at May.
C. R. Home, of Jasper, was a isitor
to Live Oak the latter part of lst
J. 0. Oliver, of this county, paid the
Democrat office a pleasant call Satur.
Nice line tobacco and cigars at S. P.

E. J. Arnold, of O'Bnen, called at
this office Saturday and left a dollar
for subscription to the Democrat.
Col. Ira J. Carter and other legal
lights, of Live Oak, are in attendance
upon circuit court at Perry this week.
J. A. Holland, of Alton, was in the
city on business Wednesday and kindly
remembered the Democrat by renew-
ing his subscription.
25 yards of checked ginghams, only
$1, a rare bargain-hurry-quick. C.
B. Olliff, Welborn, Fla.
Mrs. Eva Wilkerson, who has been
at home in Live Oak this summer, left
Friday for Jacksonville, where she
goes to resume her duties as teacher
in the Duval High School.
Miss Marie Kalil and little sister

Atlanta, where they had been for sev- Maggie, returned Monday from a ten
eral weeks. days' visit to friends and relatives in
Hon. W. H. Mobley, of the Pine- Jacksonville
mount Mercantile Co., at Pinemount, Leave your orders for Xmas presents
was attending to business in the city at Cook's.

; wll make room at. The many friends of Mrs. Will Bry-
Sm r Fine quality of rice at 5 cents per son will be glad to know that she is
pound at Mays'. deemed convalescent. Miss Jones, the
1 of Mrs. Ray, the Mrs. Calvenia Davis, of Loyds, is in trained nurse, returned to Valdosta
P dresmaker, Pub- Live Oak and will spend several weeks Monday.
a typogrphical error as the guest of her son, C. J. MeGhee A lot of Sweet-Orr overalls just re-
Lr Ishrtmkerd n- and family I ceived; best made in the United States.
Zw. Itshouldhave
S of "shirts." Mrs. S. Gornto is entertaining her C. B. Olliff, Welborn, Fla.
l nof mother, Mrs. L. Presley, of Valdosta. Miss Ella Smith, of Newberry, was
Shrgestlineof Xmas Mrs. Presley arrived Tuesday and ex- in Live Oak the first of the week, the
dme at Cook's. pects to be with her daughter for sev- guest of Miss Blanch Wolfe. She left
Leslie Burrus are re-,eral days. Wednesday for Tallahassee to enter the
ient of a baby girl, Beautiful line of framed pictures, Florida Female College.

their home Tuesday
IlSeh, of Gainesville,
r and christened the
Ir Shabeth Burrus.
hi, of Dowling Park,
a m Live Oak for
lIday. Mrs Hall was
i JJaeksonville, where
uslt of Mr. and Mrs.
Sfor several days.
Swa the guest of

with glass, 8c, 12c, 15e and 25c. C. The Live Oak Lodge No. 1165, B. P.
B. Olliff, Welborn, Fla. 0. E. met Wednesday night. Degree
Dr. A. D. Puterbaugh, of Branford, work and other important business
leaves this week for Holder, Fla., came before the lodge and an interest-
where he will engage in the practice of ing meeting was the result.

his profession. Dr. Puterbaugh has
been identified with Suwannee county
for many years where he has friends
by the score, and while we are sorry
to lose the genial Doctor-the Demo-
crat wishes him unbounded success in
his new field of labor.





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

,lass Watch Repairing

and all repairing fully guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.

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

Three thousand pounds of fire works
ordered for Xmas at Cook's.
Mr. Keene. one of Lake City's prom-
'inent men, was in Live Oak Monday
for a few hours. Mr. Keene was on
his way to Dowling Park to viait his
aunt, Mrs. Dobson, who is reported
quite ill.
For sale or trade a large number of
horses and mules, wagons, buggies and
harness. Mizell Live Stock Co.

Dr. Jas. A. Bragg, of Kirksviile,
s Mo., desires us to state that he will re-
turn to Live Oak about October 1st.
and will open up an office in the post-
2 office building, for the practice of Os-
5 or 6 doses "tilii" will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
SR. R. Brown, of Kirkland called at
; the Democrat office last Tuesday
: and handed us a V znd said that when
that ran out on I is subscription to let
him know. Many moons will fade away
before Mr. Brown is notified again.
v Fresh line National Biscuit Company
SCrackers at S. P. Mavs.
Contractor W. H. Goodbread is
i nearing completion the handsome resi-
3 (ience of )r. McRae. on Pine street.
When completed this magnificent home
will rank among the very best in the
i c::v.
A. P. Jordan, the talented editor of
Sthe Punta Gorda Herald, was in Live
SOak Saturday, in the interest of the
Pure Food Commission. He was an
appreciated caller at the Democrat
Agate dish pans. 20c and up. Bar-
Sgains in all other agatewar,. C. 1".
O ()lifTf. Weiborn, FLa.
H Mr. and Mrs. r ,. ( Edwars and
- baby arrived Friday from Silar, N. (.,
-- ...L k- v h ^. -iv ., iT *> i n,, v n rn.it ., ri

i ll" -iMP I

rangemlenta? yw
ing your aout, dit
newone? If soit ld e
sider this bank when you t
change in your banking o OeL
Ist s the beinni of oar next intA t
quarter. All accounts opened by the 10th
will draw interest from the 1st.


of Ik

R. Starling, of Dillon, is a new sub.
scriber to the Democrat.
A. P. Arnold, of O'Brien, was a busi-
ness visitor to Live Oak Saturday.
O. B. Dees, of Mayo, was attend-
ing to business in this city Saturday.
The Christmas goods will be at Cook's
this year.
Mrs. Sid Hinely has as her guest
Mr. Hinely's sister, Miss Hinely, of
Mrs 0. Williams and Mrs. Gee.
Butler visited relatives at the Park last
Santa Clause will have his head-
quarters at Cook's this year.
L. L. Ramsey, one of Mayo's pro-
gressive business men, was in Live
Oak Saturday.
Mrs. Alice Armstrong went down to
Alton Friday evening and spent the
night with her sister, Mrs. Culpepper.
The Daniel Tedder Chapter U. D.
C. are planning to entertain the vet-
erans and their friends one evening
during the encampment.
W. L. Mitchell, living on R. F. D.
No. 4, made the Democrat a call Sat-
urday and left a dollar subscription to
the paper.

M. T. Smith, of Welborn, dropped
into the Democrat office Tuesday
while in the city and left two pretty
new bills to renew his father's sub-
scription-H. Smith.
Mrs. D. G. Bardin and children, who
were expected home from North Caro-
lina last Saturday, stopped over in At-
lanta for a few days' visit and ar-
rived in Live Oak Tuesday.
There will be a big line of express
wagons and hobby horses Christmas at


Killed MarshdI fBwkn W Who Was
Trying to Awet Mit.
Swinging from a Ub ia ten t of is
shoe repair shop at PwJ y, T~y
county, the dead ody of Cfa.q n-
dersn, colored, was found rb B-
day morning last a mob s. ie-
posed the death' penalty au
ment for the bulet be atiltoth
heart of Marhal Hawkis of Prn
Saturday -aht
The plaee of the ncbmh was aa"mt
at the spot wherenM ralf awkivM
sin, the oflt havi b ia tb .a
of placing the neg ad amiret wiu b
he met hisdeathat the haadie the
man be meat to m a PiMom .
The negro'a body was alwed to bug
untillaate in theday, wy it was tak
down and shipped to IUve Oak.
The killing of the Perry oicr o
curred at 8 o'clock Saturday uIt.
Anderson was wanted for a minor
offense, it is said, and was in his shoe
shop when the officer went to areat
him. awkins was at the dor of the
shop when the negro appem ar ued
with a shotgun, and before the ioier
could defend himself he was not at
close ranges, the whole load taki(
effect in toe side of the face ahead
and producing almost instant death.
Anderson escaped for a time, but
was caught several hon later, and at
2 o'clock was in the hands of the crowd
of men who pursued him He was re-
turned to his those shop, Mad in trt of
it, a rope was placed about his reek
and he was swung into the air. Bl-
lets were fired into his body ad he was
left swinging.
The excitement incident to the mur-
der and lynching has disappeared and
Perry is quiet again.

Don't wait until all Xmas orders are

sent in before leaving your special
The teachers of the Suwannee High order at Cook's
School were entertained by Mrs. H. A.
Blackburn at her home on Ohio avenue J. O. Harrell, R. F. D. No. 1, was
one evening last week. Mrs. Black- among the many callers at the Demo-
burn was assisted in entertaining by crat office Monday paying subcrip-
her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Airth. tions to the paper.
Building next to Citizens Bank now, Jack L. Ross, of Tifton, Ga., for-
occupied by Singer Sewing Machine Co. merely of Live Oak, was in the city the
will be for rent atter October 15, 1909. guest of Mrs. P. E. O'Neal and family
Apply to Dr. C. W. White. oct-l-3t for the past few days.

Mhe a/ll ?ii//nery and Ready-to-wY ear


of the

JLadios Smnnorum

A State, County and City


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wnere tns?v nave i.een un a VISIL LO rela-


* o. all .00"M

cs pii p>x r '

so tl I.. 6..t.

tta .Wat aUb Wt W "Mintt

ia playr. There,.. wns e y r Ma
tie gam as yt, ly glry, bat er.
tin rich mabki member of the
fashionable Dora baW begin to lure
sta from other dl ubs offers of
money or "obs."
The foow'tiw 0to-m of profemsioal
baseball, however, was laid whn the
Atantics, the Eckford, the Mutual
amd the otbr ack teams of &Bookly
began plyim an the id Uniom
grounds. TMhi area was a fenced
brain, edin winter u a skating rink,

~lj s the -ki.Miki "m theu
bed theb e bedmelmareh i
Sl um, brri the doctor am ad
witmot wvmm or ammtioam. The
rly f bo he m left w a s older of
a aeal which he was keeping for an

Dr. Cook, who waasleepim theboat,
wasu suddy awakened and saw a few
,d awaya bear sing about. Fi
aoly it pushed its a O in inquisitive
fahkm ipto the boat where Dr. Cook
wa lying. The explorer was scared,
but be seized a runner of a sled and hit
the bear. This frightened the animal,
but it returned and was about to attack
when Dr. Cook shouted loudly and ad-
vanced upom it, flourishing the sled run-

ner as he went. The demonstration so

impressed the animal that it turned tAil
d fled. Later, it was killed by the
Eskimos. After this Dr. Cook never

In 1862 the owners decided to make it remained aione.

comtinuooly profitable by taking it
into a summer baseball park. Experi-
entally they charged a regular ten
cent fee at the gate. They found that
spectators were wiping to pay even
when they imedthe price to 25 cent
Half of tbe fees wet to the ground
owme& half to the l)b 'So cam
the appetite or gate receipts, and
"biums" had entered the game.-
Colser's Weekly.

swltty C'mer WIth SNow.

When yo see that kind of a weather
foeast, you know that rihumAisn
weathlr it hand. Get ready for it
now by getting & bottle of Ballard's
Saow Liaim et F6tthing made for
rih ntim, eh ilbia, frat bite, more
and stiff joints and mm*ea, all aches
and plai. s .U 6 sad $1a bottle.
Sold by Suwanee Drug Co.

The Speier's Dugmme.

At the afternoon seion of the Pro-
hibition Convention the delegates,
among whom the women greatly pre-
domistM. were extremely wtheitic
over the cold water ismue; and every
resolution in furtherance of the prohi-
bition cause was upheld aggressively

mand nanimomly,
Toward the end of the session the
speaker of the day wu annonmed.
This gentleman had recently return

Williams' Indian Pile Ointmen
wilt cure blind. Bleeding and Itchin,
PPile. It absorbs the tumors, allay
itching at once, acts as a poultice
gives instant relief Williams' In
dian Pile Ointment Is prepared fo
Piles and itching of the private partU
Sold by druggists, mail 50c and $1.D
Williams M'Tg Co., Props., Clevi
lad, 0. Suwannee Drug Co.



from abroad, where he had been re-
cupWatingfromhis ardos work in be-
half of Teprafnce. Smilingly ac-
knowledging his trmultww reception,
this peaker at oce plunged into the
pleasant evemt of his foreign trip.
In the miCt of this interesting nar-
ration, a lady delegate from a rural

district sprang to her feet, her eyes
"I protest against such goings on as
this!" she cried, glaring at the narra-
tor. "It's a shame. I-"
"Sit down!"

"Let him proceed!"
"I won't sit down!" declared the ir-
ate delegate, sendiug a scornful glance
at her fellow members. "I say it's a
shame, a disgrace and a deplorable

thing for that man, who passes as an
apostle of Temperance and a hater of
ginshops, to stand up there and delib-
erately tell us that on his way across
the Atlatic he spent many delightful
evenings in the ship's saloon!"-Brook-
lyn Life.

Hoarseness in a child subject to crc

is a sure indication of the approach of
the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is given at once or even after
the croupy cough has appeared, it will

prevent the attack. Contains no poi-
son. Sold by Barclay & Groover, drug-


1lVling te Support Her.




MvAeemr', Sale.

Notice b hereby iven that under and by vir.
toe of a Anal decree of forelosure and sak made
and enteredby the HoB. H. Pame. Judge of
the Cbait Court of th ThMd Judicial Circuit of
Florida. in and for Sawannee county, in a certain
au spending oathe change rideof maid court
wreriunJ. C Crawleya s pblianmat and I. F.
Hay and Fannie A. Hays, hi wife, are defand-
sata, I wVLon Monday. the ht day of November.
lW, the am beingta leal saira day, in front of
the curt' oeM door in Live Oak, Suwanase
emuty, Florida during the aI l hours of mail
offdrfor ale and mll to the hithett and bet bid-
de for caf k the foUowing deribed real prop.
rty. situate in the County of Suwaune. State of
lrida to-it
The southwest quarter and the west half of the
southeast quarter and the southwest quarter of
the nerthwat quarter of Section 8. and the
southeast quarter of Section 34. all in Township
2 South. Rasge 11 East containing 440 acres of
lad. mnr or less, and ao the following personal
property: 25 head of stock cattle marked crop.
split and upper bit in each ear.
Special Master in Chancer.
Humphreys & Harrell,
Solicitors for Complainant.

Master's Sale.

Notice ishereby given that under and by virtue
of a dnal dcrae of forecloure and sale made and
entered by the Ho. B. H. Pahner, Judge ofthe
CIruit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit of the
Statof Florida, in and for Suwannee County. in
a crtain eaue pending in aid court on the chan-
try "id there. wherein Mn. P. E. O'Nalis
Camplainant, and J. L. Rao is Defendant. I will,
a ]Menday, the Ist day of November, 1909. the
amne being a legal ale day, in front of the Court
Boes door in Live Oak. Suwannee Conty. Flor-
dring the legal hours of ale. offer for ale
siafnto the highest and best bidder for cash.
the folloin described personal property, to-
One moving picture outfit complete. inchlding
one Edaon P. machine, one Columbia phono-
graph. 100 cairs, and all took, fixture, and ap-
purtenanes threat.

Special Master in Chancery.
Humphrey & Harrell.
Solicdtws for Complainant.

Master's Sale.

Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue
of a final decree of foreclosure and sale made ane
entered by the Hon. B. H. Palmer. Judge of th
Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, of th
State of Florida. in and for Suwannee County. ii
a certain cause pending on the chancery side a
maid court, wherein R. N. Wade is Complainant
and Sm Hunter and his wife, Sabelia Hunter
Hattie Hunter. Lake Sharp. Mary Sharp, a mir or
Ruby Sharp, a minor, and Claude Sharp, a minv
are Defendants. I will, on Monday, the 1st day .
November, 1909. the same being a legal sales da:
in front of the Court House door in Live Oak. Su
wannee County. Florida, during the legal hour
of sale. offer for sale and sell to the highest an
best bidder, for cash. the following described re
property, to-wit:
The west half of lot three, in Pine addition
the town of Live Oak. in Suwannee County. Flo

Speiul Master in Chancen.

L. E. Roberson,
Solicitor for Complainant.

Sherif!i Sale.


Two young lades boarded a crowded

street car and were obliged
says the Washington Post.

to sta



them, to steady herself, took hold of

what she supposed was her friend's
hand. They had stod thus for some
time when, on looking down, she dis.


Under and by authority, of an Execution issue
ut of and under the hand and seal of the Cowu
Judge's Court in aid of a stresss Warrant
ents du* in favor of Barrett Lodge No. 43. F.
M. a corporation, etc., and against J. I. Ru
for the sum of twenty-fi;.e dollars (2'5.01) da
ges and the further sum of three dollars a
eighty-ninc cent.0. 13 ,9) as costs and my f
hereon, I have levied upon and will offer for s
and sell, in front of the court house door in
city of Live Oak. Florida, between the legal hoe
of sale to the highest biddcr therefore for cash.
Monday the first day of November. A. D. is
the following described personal property, to-
One large Graphapiione and Home. 12 KRect
for same Machine, more or less. 4 Electric Fj
and one Oak Table. or so moch thereof as
satisfy said sums of money.
This. the ?&th day of Septerpber. A D. l199.
C>AeriffS Ciu ur'nr Mic utw Lvl..wul

ti -k itl

TT~L-l) r,~Pta) t r L

Crk Ch e t Compt bsewaME W. WA

Notice of Appication for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 48,
LawM of Forida.

Moeti is bair tl trht Mine GW lWABr
dcer e tTxCrStes Na 6 ItA5ahd IKl
datda t Ju6oy J .l A. D het Sk d
mid ismrt et mina yice and ha made a-
piia fartu dMd to iMaceaamcndrwithk
lra. 8 aridertiae bNe the foflowin de-
sribed poprty sitad in Sl m ee o ae mato .
Florid, to-wit Ne% of BnW% section 8, tw-
s 3. oatk. nage 15 at. 40 CTe': W% a of3l
A. w. nh6 south, ranw 1 cl est, 40 acres;
w of sw%, se. 17. towrahip. I outh, range
14 eat t40 acre; nw% of n ee. 25. townhbS.
oAth. mage 14 at. 40 re; and Ma n by Panrs-
ley.s by Wara, w by McCleilan section U.
township 2, aouth. range 1S east The
aid land being aeswad at the date of muanaof
such certifeots inthe name of Unknown. Untes
Mid certicata shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will isme thereon on the 25th da)
of October. A. D. 190M.
Witness my official signature and seal this the
22nd day of September A R 1909.
Clerk Circuit Court Suwannae county, Florida.



;ice of Application for Tax Deed
rnder Section 8 of Chapter 4888,
,aws of Florida.

Notice iereby given that Minnie G. HowelL
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 13. dated the Ist
day of Ju,A. D. 106 ha filed said certificate
in my ole, and has made applicati for tax
deed to iue in accordance with law. Said cer-
tificate embraces the following deacrbed prop-
erty sitmted in Suwanne county, Florida to-
wit: Lot 7. Block 12 Railroad Addition to Live
Oak. section 2 township 2 soth, range 13east.
The said land being ssseam d at thedateofthe
baneame of mdih certificate in the ame of W,
G.Hair. Uni said crtificateshall be redeemed
according to law. tax deed will muthereon on
the 5th day of Oeteber.A. D.,190
Witness ay official signature ad seal this the
22nd day ofeptes ber.A. D. 901
Clerk Circuit Court Suvannee county. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un-
der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws
of Florida.

Notice is hereby iven that Minnie G. Howell.
purchaer of tax certificate No. 2, dated the 1st
day of July, 190. b filed sid certificate in my
offe, and h made application for tax deed to
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lugprimdi wa*l aB-
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a law without the a aprw s th May W.

L A. H. Lwni. CityCletrkofthte cityrofLWi
Oak. Fborida. do he*ebyertifythat theabemamd
foregoing Ordinancmme No. 7 wa rwlarly pasd
by the City Coauncil m the Mthday of8e ber,
190 and the amiba isheeby certifd totbeMaor
for h approaL
Wit my hand and the seal af aid city t
13th day of September A D 190.
A. H. LEWIN. City Cler.
bxamiedi and approved by me this 14th day of
September, 1909. R E. McNEILL. Mayor.

Ordinace No. NO.

An Ordinance Providing for the Levy of Taxes
for the Year A. D 1909 for Municipal Purposes
for the City of Live Oak. Florida.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and the City Coun-
cil of the City of Live Oak, Florid
Section L For the prpoae of securin an
equal and iform rate of taxation and to pay the
current expe ao theOCity Liv OakFlori-
da, for theyear A. D. 1909. then saD helvied
and collected upon and out of the real and pr-
soal property within the incorporate mits of
id City,forsaid yr.ataxof ; $.4 mis on the
Section For providing a sinking fund for the
PForty-wvn Tbousand Fe Hundred Dola'
boded idebtednessof the City of Live Oak.
Florida dated Febr t 106, there shall be
vid and collected upon adoutof tbe ral and
peraoal property within the incrporate liita
of id CitY.fortheysar A. D. 119. a tuaof48
ml on the dollar.
Sectioo. For providing for the pyrnat e
the annual interest upo the Forty-aser Tbao-n
and ive Hudred orsh boded nde*t*dnw
of the Cityof Live Oak. Flrids id lunde the
iusa df FdUbr M. 10t thber abe lrved
and colaectd upo aid out of th rl radlper-
onal property within the corporate lBits of
saidCity. forth year A. M08 a taxof 1
milb on the dollar.
Secti C4 This Ordinance shall becae effect
ive linmmmiateay uoM its pm e by the Council
and app'wed by the Mayor.
Introduced by Alderman S.J. White, and aned
at the reguar-sesion of the City Council held

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e in sccoonmcs withm rw. oBM cTm SWiODr.&l-
embraces the following described property ituate J. E. WOOD.
in Suwannee county. Florida, to-wit: E of President of the City Council of the City of
nw of Seection 19. Township 2 South. rage 14 Live Oak, Florida. L
eat.20 acres. The said land being s-ased at Attest-A. H. LFWIN. City Clerk.
the date of the issuance of said cerdficate in the A. H. Lewin. Ciot Clerk of the city of Live
name of Mary Hightower. Unless id cer Oak. Florida, do hereby certify that the above P
tifieate shall be redeemed according to law, tax and fregoing Ordinance No. 80. was duly passed
deed will iasue thereon on the 25th day of October by the Cv Coundl of the city of Live Oak Flori- Ole.
A. D.. 1909. da, on the 13th day of September A. D.1906. and store, the t
Witness my official signature'and seal this the the ame is hereby certified to the Mayor fcr his were frme*
22nd day of September, A. D., 1909. approval y r C J
J. W. BaYSON. Wittessed my hand and the seal of the said city, York. Cb
Clerk circuit court. Suwannee county. Florida, this 13th dayof September. A. D. 1909. hours of the
A. H. LEWIN. Practice i
MLaster Sale... City Clerk of the City of Live Oak, Fla.
asers eThe foregoing Ordinance No. 80 examined and celle.tly
,Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue approved by me. this the 14th day of September. of exainrtl-i
Jf a final decree in foreclosure issuing out of and A. D. 1909. aWd txeatm *t
under seal of the Third Judicial Circuit Court of R. E. McNEILL.
Florida. in and for Suwannee County. on the Mayor. City of Live Oak. Fla
chancery side thereof, in that certain cause there-
in pending, wherein A. Lee Humphreys is coin- R L
plainant, and Mrs. Lucilia Tummond et L.aa re ()rdi nD R. W S,
defendants: said final decree being in favor of the. 1.
complainant therein and ordering the lands hem-
mater mentioned to be sold to satisfy id final An Ordinance prohibiting the riding of bicy-
decree, and appointing the undersigned Specia les upon the sidewalks in the City of Live Oak.
Master in Chancery to execute same. -eon
Now. therefore, in pursuanceof and byauthority Be it oLined by t lord C Council of ffce
of said final decree. 1 will on Monday. the tst day the City of Live Oak, Flid
of November. A.D. 1909. between the legal hours of Section 1. That from aind after the pam e office rooms
sale. in front of the court house door at Live Oak. and approval of this ordinance it shall be unlaw- DT. L
Suwannee County. Florida. offer for sale at pub- ful for any person to ride a bicycle upon any ide-
lie outcry, and sell to the highest and best bidder., alk within the City f Live Oak. Florida. con-
for cash. the following described lands, to-wit: d of bards, .lumber or pln or stone lin or DR. AD SA '0
The NL of SEt, of SWV ; the Nkt of the S1, of rock gravel ement, artifil t tiling or .
SEL4 of SWki of Section 25. Township 2 South. other hard surface material.
S range 13 East. AlsotheN'1of NW, of Section Section 2. That any person violating any of
2. Townwnip 5 South. Range 13 East. All of said the provisions of Section One of this Ordinance

lands being. lying and situate in Suwannee shell upon conviction therefur, be punished by a
County, Florida. and being land, ordered by said fine not exceeding 100 dollars, or by imnprion-
decree to be ,old to satisfy the same. Purchaser ment in the city prison not exceeding 90 day.
to pay for title. Section 3 That this Ordinance shall go into Phone 1I0.
A. E. L LIE. effect immediately upon its passage by the City
sept-24-At Special Mlater. Council and approval by the Mayor.
Notie ofA.......n. Te Pamssed by City Council of the City of Live Oak, EB DIR
Notice of Avplication for Tax Deed Un- Florida. thia 13th day of September, A. D. 190. E.A
der Section S of Chapttr 4888, Laws President City Council. LWE
d of Florida. Attest:-A. H. LEWIN. City Clerk.
.1 A. H. I ewin, City Clerk of the city of Live A
e Notice is hereby gnven that Minnie (. Howell Oak. Florida. do hereby certify that the above and ATTORNEYS -:-
purchaser of tax certificate N".. '2, dated the Ist foregoing Ordinance No. l was regularly passed |
n day of July. A. D. 1907,. has filed said certificate by the City Council on the 13th day of September., ill o general -
in my office, and has made application for tax A. D. 1909. and the same is hereby certified to the Federal
t deed to issue in accordance with law. Said cer- Mayor for his approval.
T, tificate embraces the followingdescribed property Witness my hand and the seal of said city, this 1 'ostOlff
r. situated in Suwannee County. Florida. to-wit: the 13th day of September, A. D. 19)q.
N'(, of sw"1 of Section 22. T. 3 South. R 13 A. H. LEWIN, City Clerk. ',P O I "
East The said land being assessed at the date of Examined and approved by me this 14th day of LIVE OAK L
Y' the issuance of such certificate in the nameof September. A D. 1 H
u' HeirsofC.P.Jolly. Unless said certificate shall be R. E. McNEII. V. Mayor.
rs redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue
nd thereon on the 25th day of October. A. 1).. 1949. -
1 Witness my official signature and .eal this the \ Not ic. D
2_nd day of September. A. I).. 1919.
to JW. BRYSON. |ale of County Schtl Interest Bearing Coupon ATT I
ir- Clerk Circuit Court Suwannee County.Flrida Warrants A
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Pub-
Ilc Instruction of Suwannee County. Florida, will i r9
Sheriff'ls Sle. on the 5th day of October. 10 sell and Issur to
I the highest bidder, or bidders, for cash. six or Legal papers carefo
Under and by authority of a Tax Warrant .- icent. interest bearing coupon warrants ,on the exec d
sued out of and under the hand and seal of lion. Common School Fund f sid Cou nty in the agrre-
A. C. Crom. Comptroller of the State of "loriia. gate sum of Twenty-Two Thousand Dollars. Said Will practice in all t
I have levied upon and will offer for sale andti sell warrant to be issue so that so much thertef
the following real estate, and personal property. I will fall due each year fron,m one to twenty ycar. i koom Lc0r,
ied between the legal hours of sale tothe highest and I lnter.t payable veni-annua'ly (n January 1st 3
ity best bidder therefore for cash, t-wit: All the and July Ist each year. Said warrants will be i Ah
for right of waves arid tracks including -spurs, side issued in sums ,f $'ll. Col. $1 (ri and .I, IN, as ----
A. track. used depots, and all other tixtu-es l' I desir,l. No warrant. will he old below par.
.l, lo hgingii thereto, frnm the city f Live Oak. Viri- IC H. IIlINS im- ds.,.to the Suwannee nrer where said Flvrida ('harma. ,,f la!lt i
and Raailwaycr.,;sthesame. forthefumof ih.e,- l,)) J W. ()'HARA. .S-ecrt.tary t, Ikard.
ees waermvn the Stte of Fr.rida. i.: PlaintifT. and the I_____ iTT RSFY'A
ale Florida Railwav (',ni,any ar De)fer.dants. wil .l. N T
the sell in fnnt of the curt house dtir. on Monda\. i \tlcf limp Ilitlhnlloll t .l 11. I i .
urs the first iay of,i Nvem br. A. I). :.. tor so much le Oak.
on thereof as will .satisfy said sum. of moneiv and m\ Final I .li'lcha'e..
Costs th.ereto. Wt] prct.ce in all tb <-
wit: Th Sen'.tember'-*. 1oW. Sat ,,if Florida -Suwannee County) in all lo'
Sirs J. H. RI('KESf' N Nw,,'ce .is hrety given that the undersigndj a&; nd t __d
a,,.s Sheriff. Suwainne cvui:y. Flr:da. administratrix of and for the tate of the late W. i
will 14 Araang uciA W.1n the .h1~yo

1 1'tn. Sarrllng. afce-M3. will. on the 24th day of
(n ia otce (If ttl tbruary. 1;u0, file with the Probate Court uf
( irda Nt t d l SI Notice is hereby invm to all twrms o -h^, : the estate lof W. H Starling, deceased, and th

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Ow Cou iod wet h th Art isp

rthe lyeei,
prepared to

afteraoona isu:


fJ council make
Public Library?
tIbi question the
4ver present need
,discssion among

because it has
to ask for an
the needs of the
*te benefits which
iving from it, to

open to the pub-
| two years, quite
popeed the experi-
lgve demonstrated
ability to support
SA fully equipped
Between 800 and a
ry patronized show
'i0pply by private
unselfish women
Snceasing efforts
iJ y possible and are
l 6the funds, by one
iaotmer, to pay the
I. Noose denies that
is getting pleas-
the use of th<
Is appropriation front
I.n the library board
i wMh they could de
p.9 t expenses. Thi
ikb and more shell
at to mention neu
~anxe es which musl
from what is col
fee to associa
idations by individ
miOs interested in th

am1=4660 Cmanbe
It ha no equal a proemnthie

Giv A

With evety Ns6 f

Ferdiliws Seebs.&

und c us for C Sa Thna.ti We wil givmalt fr=e y a of r

I Quiny wAhmtm M of thd A
Always ea p ithrady. Gold Gold Plt p atd Ri.ngs, Lt e. d al -
On Cash purchases of $10 we wil give $1 wwth of JeCwe, ntil
Meebar of the Daniel Tedder Chpter of Jewelry is warrant to be st as rcpc Sak j
of the'. D.C. Ourshow window. .
The Daniel Tedder Chapter of the U. Free Dy part of t -
D. C. met at the city hall last Friday.Fr Delivery t-any parto

Mrs. J. D. Gardener, Mrs. W. U. Har-
rolon, Mrs. C. E. haile and Misses
Rie Porter, Janie McGehie and Sallie
Porter applied for membership.
Our president, Mrs. D. 0. Henry,
said that each member ought to.have ai
copy of "The Prei id(ng Officers." This
book is instructive, anJ is invaluable,
not only to the member: of the U. D.
C., but to men's organizations as well.
These books will be ordered sometime
in the near future, and will be on sale
for twenty-five cents apiece.
Plans fur the reception to be given
the Veterans by our Chapter were put
before the meeting by Mrs. Charges
Blackburn and met with a hearty ap-
proval of all.
There being no further business the
meeting adjourned to meet at the call
of the president.

RIE PORTER, Reporter.




i buinens proposition it
tows to support a pub-
l it pays to maintain
-iV the streets and keep
Sto do a great many
aSld to the comfort or
oplre. We want in-
B who appreciate these
Uve Oak and bring
b~ w to live. A good
Ij reat attraction to

| considerations the
pI the education of
be worth while. If
w. a book the pleas-
dheh the children get
Uke it pay.
that our council will
i matter under con-
Sview to assisting an
is doing so much for

a ridden mishap or ac-
br6lain's Liniment can

l.to take the place of the tatives of both state and civic organi-
S who cannot always be nations proceeded to the Presbyterian
Smoment. Then it is that church, where the body lay in state,
SLiment is never found viewed by hundred.. Rev. K. E.
oew of sprains, cuts, I Clarke conducted the services, his text
1i esChamberlain's Lini- being "Know ye not that a 'rifnc. and
the soreness and drives great man has fallen this day."
Sold b Barclay Brief services were heil at the ceme-
d by Barclay & terv and a company of national gIuads
tired a salute~ ais thll asket was 1i.weret.d
I- into the grave.
bhI editress of the Florida Hiludreds of ;distinguishted men frTin
Ift hewailk th ; indir;im Minnesota and ot hr states atten'ied.

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the title "Professor. "used
I with every backwoods
Ai the Lakeland News:
'Winbst this blow aimed at
Uri d inlienable rights of
I,,ehclastic Prufessoress.
A who teaches the young
Imtoshoot at the letters a
Sjust as every lawyer in
itUmwonel, and every man
06 for office in this state is
Iah't erase their titles
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List of jurors drawn for the Oc-
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One Dollar bottles guaranteed.
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joining his mother. The cortege was
escorted by state militia and represen-

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High Grade

nos to Be

yen Away

of Ballots Up to

by. Votiag Pretty


cooperative piano voting con-
*a amber of Live Oak merch-
the Democrat started last
and already there is consider.
in the contest.
iKih Grade Pianos are to be
tmy-one to the most popular
diy in Live Oak, and the other
*st popular young lady in Sm -
coonty residing outside the city
Pi ao will be on exhibition here
Sdays, one of which will be on
ki the show window at Mrs.
ram, and the other at the
adwarOe Co's. store.
to rules of this contest the
merchants will give 100
r every dollar's worth of mer-
sold for cash.
eontest opened Monday, Sept.
d will lose December 1, 1909.
l peory cash purchase at the fol-
hous votes will be issued:
Wh te, Shoes and Gents' Fur-
SByd Freh Meats.
Sair Hardware Co., Hardware.
Ievwaee Democrat, Subscriptions
M' C. W. Bache, Millinery and Dry
SI. L White, Groceries.
SBown-Thomason Drug Co., Drugs.
SBoes for depositing votes will be
fId at each of the above named
dmS, where votes may be deposited.
Relatives of any of the above firms
n prohibited from entering the con-
tt. All societies, clubs, etc., are
amo prohibited from entering.
Vote will be counted Tuesday of
"ek week by the Hair Hardware Co.,
IA the vote of the various candidates
ammeced in the Democrat.
Get busy if you want to win a High
Grade piano.

Rules of the Contest.
Any young lady or girl in Suwannee
euaty is elligible to entry, except that
the firms above mentioned have the
rigt to eliminate anyone who, in their
opinion, may be undersirable as a con-
No attache of any business house
presented may be a candidate, nor
Ny immediate relatives.
Any differences arising during the
Otaest are to be referred to the above
tts for adjustment, who alune are to

raider decisions.
would any candidate desire to with-
. draw from the contest the votes cast
for such candidate will b,. thrown ou:
ad not counted for any othlir candi-
All nominations made by mal .,houkl
be made to any of the above lilimis.
The Democrat will give 'on vcarl:
Of0 subscription...... -01 votes.
Wve subscriptions. 5.)tI v tes.
To subscriptions..... lo.1)O votes.
The above proposition applies to old
hbecribers renewing as well as on new

Thi COmB may be eat at The Demo
et o w ata Aftheo re-sI
coMutbed with te Contest.
Nt GoMd After Oobedr fst.


ror ......... ... ........ .... .............. ... .

Good for Five Hundred Votes.
Only one Nominating Coupon counted
for any one Candidate.
How the Vote Stands.
The result of the count of the votes
Tuesday was as follows:

County Outside Live oak.

Rebecca Brown..................
Fanny Dalryple .................
Hattie Brannon, Rossburg..
Stella Cobb, Pine Grove......
Lora Lanier, Rossburg........
Rixford Bell, Welborn.........
Estell Buchannan ...............
Jeese May Goff..................
ilUie O'Neal........ ... ......
Fannie Chancy ....................
Docie Hingson ....................
Agness Wallace ..................
Mary Bonds, Suwannee........
Maud Lanier .......................
Anna Smih ........................
Live Oak.
Myma Hankins....................
Kate Crouch ....................
Mamie Goodbread .............
Eunice Peavy ..................
Janie Robinson....................
Mary Bothwell....................
Berth M ills................. ...
Annie Barclay ....................
Mrs. W. C. Starr.................
Elizabeth Braswell .............
Jenie Blackburn..................
Blanche Wolfe ................ ..
Callie Hankins ................
Eugene Hill........................



1909 Haha a t w 1
"Kl- B tnou O ureob h
ever da, ad my ow
bwt ptltl, H
atHats and Strc It0b ae
L adie Ti red at Sl tbci
ispction. O TrT4puL
Departmet in cle i
an expert of yeandacl I

Northern cities, and can please you in price w th w r v
latest 1909 Fall Styles.

Ladies' Tailored Skirts
Separate Skirts will be very stro his sma, tad we have we
collection. We want you to see them at o ae-note the n i^
and make selections before the line of im brajSm
Ladies'Waists in the latest FaU StMleL Welo r
and Waists, Tailored Suits, Tored Waists, TaikMed t



DaImage by Flames Will Amount to
Forty Thousand Dollars.
Lake City, Sept. 29. Yesterday
flames were discovered issuing from
every window of the Perry building, on
the corner of Marion and Orange streets
which is in the very heart of the busi-
ness section.
Markham's store was completely gut-
ted and the flames next leaped across
to the millinery establishment of Mrs.
Crowley. Her stock was entirely de-
stroyed by fire and water. The next
store in the path of the flames was J.
D. Crabb's notion store. It was at this
point that the fire was checked, but not
without considerable damage to the
stock of goods.
The fire was one of the most severe
that has visited Lake City in years,
and the damage is estimated at $40,000.
Had the wind been blowing from the
south, no power on earth could have
checked the flames before the entire
block was destroyed.

Belnchville Iht%.
Editor Democrat: We people are
very busy picking cotton and gathering

Rev. (;. J. Wiggins filled the pulpit!
at Beachville the third Sunday in Se-
Stember, and preached three interesting
:, mions.
1 here is aomle sickvntrss i,: thi. com-
muinty now. Mr. G. B. 'a.son and his
son, ('. B. Cason. iting among the
number who are not feeling well.
We wonder what young man got pa-
pers from the County Judge at Gaines-
ville the other day? He must be plan-
ning t o back to Alachua and bring
him a lady to Beachville.
M. T. Cribbs and family visited Mrs.
Cribbs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.

Fill Lie of Ladies' bd*to.#ear brmss r l

ma's Ginghni and a wide and varied r cfhmtM
Children's School Dresses. Best values at e raicmP aw
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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 eve
shown you. :Our samples for TAILOR-MADE Clothes
are now out for your inspection.

Men's Suits, $12.50 to $25.00

Boys' Suits, $4.00 to $7.50

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Oct. 4

This will be our initial MONDAY
SALE we have introduced with
the view of making MONDAY
SHOPPING at the Ladies' Em-
porium of special interest.........

Read our anMinceoent each wee as we win continue
these Special Monday Sales from week to week.

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Onelot Fine Smc
chiefs we picked u1i
bargain and to give ytt
to share in on ourgood h
offer these values, worth
25c. Monday ONLY for,
each .. -........ ..

On each following Mon- A Handsome Premiu
lDay evening, at eight rILP Call at Our Store
o6'clock, we will give FE FULL INFORMATI^

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One lot extra heavy Bath Tow-
di, 40x inches in size. Don't
mira thi umsual offering, on
Iale for Mondty ONLY, ,

These Mond-y Specials will be on dis-

play in our Window Saturday. Inspect them. We
will have many other good things at money-saving
prices in addition to these Monday Specials to offer
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m tOInM

To make

Monday ONLY, at per
Not more than 1 dozen to a

Read announcement of our Fall Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Opening elsewhere in this paper.



SLocal and Personal

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I. Pek La a proimet farmerof

ii lb iwos' Umpariam.
D- Uh Sheoo opened
pMtemdaa of about 00 pupils.
trtrl will be greMtly augmented

" I lw y opening, read a.u nce-
ftr t rmaday, October 7th in this

i'$N*t Vilima, of the S"themr Bust-
'Ciert visited homnefolks at Dow-
A P la t week, returning to his
R oday.
r F Jewelry at J. B. Evans.'
i- nCbm B3lckbum left Wednea
for Sara ota, she having bee
ther an account of the death o
Whittle ephew.
Ws atted-Help on skirts and waistA
those experienced on first-cla
work meed apply. Mr
DIe, m aker, 122 Peidmont AvI
^ Mn S. B. Connor and Mrm McCa
expe to entertain the Eame
orlken Tueseday afternoon at Mi
O r' ridece on Ohio avenue.
you can! get a badiome piece
[t dtolsd dgd plated je
SMrs. S. S. Sanford and children,
,arespeaingthe week in c
t6 guests of Mrs. Sandford's1
t Mr and Mr. P, P.Mays.
Mri Howard Mays and Mrs. Bus

T. C. Williams. of O'Brien, was a they knew absolutely nothing about the Items From R. F. I). No.8. Laid to Ret.
buees visitor in the city Monday. profession The farmers of this community are I The body of Mr. M. J.
M* sna'r Idood handkerchiefs, 29 Col. Fred W. Butler is in attendance very busy at present gathering their wa murdered at Perry ti
cents pet dozen at The Ladies' Empo- upon circuit court at Perry this week. produce. i was brought to this city, iW
rium. Oil grain plow shoes, only $1.35 a We are glad to learn that Mrs. A. J. fo burial and Moday
Oil grain plow shoes, only $1.35, a Bass is improving from her illmem Ithe presence of a very lg
See display inourwindow Saturday genuine bargain. C. B. Olliff, Wel- Mrs. B. M. Holland and baby are'relatives and frierys, au
of spe oeis for Monday's sale. born, F.Mrs. B M Holland and baby are! relatives and friends
ofT hpcod bforon, Fl very ill, but hope they will be up in a in the city cemetery.
The LadiMe Emporium A set of tumblers and a large water few days. The funeral seeer a we
Specially selected patterns of im- pitcher, all for 30c, "see." C. B. Rev. D. B. Sturkey will leave Tue'a by Dr. R. V. AtkiMeon, pad
ported madras for shirts and shirt Olliff, Welborn, Fla. day for Petersburg to assist Rev. Baze- First Methodist church of this
waits 3 cents per yard at The Ladies'; Florida seed rye atJ. M. Strickland's more in conducting a meeting. The unexpected death of J
Emiii. R. D. Bass visited relatives at excellent young man was a a
I We have the largest and best line of O'Brien Sunday. to his relatives and friendly
See the new viyella cloth for baby' crockery in this market. Can save you M. and Mrs. John Edwards are visit- M. J. Hawkins was the nm i
sacques at The Ladies' Emporium. 40 per cent. C. B. Olliff, Welborn, Fla. ing J. J. Sullivan and family. Sheriff and Mrs. John w ashL
J. L. Barnes and his accomplished Mr. Ricks, of the firm of Agner & After a week's stay in Live Oak, merely of this city, but now d
daughter, Miss Ruth, of O'Brien, were Ricks, contractors, of Perry was trans- C. M. Bailey was at home Saturday verness, and lived here until a
s among the visitors in Live Oak on last acting business in Live Oak Monday. night and Sunday. years ago when he moved to
Tuesday. D. F. Jenkins has improved his gins To the broken-hearted wife,
bThe Earnest Workers held another by building a new cotton house. mother, brothers and sister I
Se So uh very enjoyable rreeting this week with mother, brothers and sisters w
Night school is on again at the South- very enjoyable meeting this eek wth Prayer meeting will be held at the tend heartfelt sympathy
-erm. A great number of boys and girls Mrs. Westmoreland as hostess. The residence of Frank Jenkins Sunday
Scan better their condition educationally ladies are very busy now getting ready evening at 4 o'clock. Everybody is in-
)f by taking advantage of this evening for their fall Bazaar, which they ex- vited. Hickory Silk Item
school pect to hold sometime before the holi- Prayer meeting was well attended at The farmers of this neighbors tA s f
days. C. '*M. Bailey's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. through gathering corn and mth i
at 6 dosee "666" will cure any Letta Jenkins is organist., say hat they will have plenty of lm
cme of Chils and Fever. rice 25c. On account of the illness of Mrs ). L. High and daughter are on the iny for the year, atd t.t prospec
N, John Moody, the kindergarten school sick list, we are sorry to say.y that the vear ail i hav ,rre rav to
Mrs. N. Barcoand children,of Crys- will commence on the llth of this We learn that Prof. H. F. Hurst has to
e. tal River, passed through Live Oak month instead of Monday, as formerly accepted a position in South Florida on i
Friday en route to Alton, where she announced. A meeting of the patrons teaching chol. RED BIRD. Mr-. hillips, of I.ae City., r visl
2" is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jno. will be held at the Presbyterian church c.ing her diujhtr, Mrs. tav):Ki.s of
*t Culpeppcr. 1 on Friday, Oct. 8. III8'rl'ect le )ite-stiol coniIn ri'l.
For Sale-The celebrated Fenhollo- If you are a dealer in medicine and lesan ita nutyWtion andeinu flence, 8o uar ,l-vr 'alaith.lft, ht 1
of way spring water. I have the exclu- you have any old hard stock on your itait. When the liver fails to he llt
ofive agency for Live Oak and will be hands of Patent or proprietary medi- secrete bile, the blood becomes loaded chazg. his school.
w_ ve agency for Live Oak, and will beines that you can't sell, just ship it to with bilious properties, the digestion Mr. Miiier's singing school at Liik
ple to have your orders. Can ur- us by first freight and mail us a bill of becomes impaired and the bowels con- ory Sink school hoi e is progrtuI
of nish it in bottles or dinijohns. Put up lading with a list of what you have nicely. Mr. Miller met his classI at
ur the day order is received. p. Mos- shipped, and we can very soon turn it stipated. Herbine will rectify this; it, Inchol hMruse Suna m nisn # 61
ley, Live Oak, Fla. Into money for you by seli:ng it at a i'ves tune to the stomach, liver and'
pa- O small discount, as we get daily injuries kidneys, strengthens the appetite, Ithey practiced until noon. They 9
Dr. B. S.Rowell returned Wednes- m and wide from me icine deal- clears and improves the complexion,t Mr. Rhoden's 'and practiced in tl
ers wanting most every kind o fuses new life ad vigr to the wholeafternn
sey day from Jacksonville, where he had medicine there is on this earth, at a infuses new lif and vigor to the whole'afternoon








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Tedder Chapter of
V. D. C.
Chapter of the
Sof the Confederacy
tVity hall on Saturday
p, All who desire to
or members of this, The
kOapter, U. D. C. are
ir membership at this
Some in before we
lr', and are fully or-
WWe in as charter mem-
e are entitled to the
l who are Southern
'B rive the names of
e, uncle, grandfather,
SIouther woman who
rot her loyal service or is
aWt of one, is also enti-

lmokt bL e tri. Thee an
thrs that eed it, aho a dem aa

Tiny DiMdt Hmw to Cham.
Detfate yemsnnhiOchotIM
stood law have bees pt lato *gl
thue has been a P t trying t am
imtlp~s m the prt a. the oo man
ufaetre to damp their methods to
make them omfrm to the law.
The Quaker Oats CaOm ya is a con-
spicuous eceptio. It was admitted
that Quaker Oats was as pure aad
clean as possible ad that It was aI
Ideal food.
It is so cheap that any one can af.
ford it and so nourishing that every.
one needs It The result of last year's
experiments at Yale and other points
where food values were tested is that
Quaker Oats has been adopted by
many persons as their food on which
they rely for adding vigor and endur-
ance of muscle and brain.
This splendid food is packed in the
regular sise package and in hermet-
ically sealed tins. The latter espe-
dcally adapted to hot climates. 4


all true Southern

M&s. D. 0. HENRY,
4D aiel Tedder Chapter, U.
p R3 PORTER, Reporter.

4l Dragged to Lair in the

b. C.-Dragged to its lair I
by an enormous black UNIMENT
r a ad through bracken CU
a distance of more than ITPO
ofa mile, and yet not Bri Sps Cors,
but none the worse for the Stiff Jotns and a the l is
m ae for a few bruises and that F h is Heir to.
which time will quickly heal, G. W. Wallace. Cripple
*ltrlig experience of the lit- Creek, Colo., writes: I
so ofWilliam Lines, a C. i have used yor liniment
in a severe attack of Rheu-
l motive driver of Revel- matism caused by cold and
a few days ago. exposure to the weather.
.th child lives is due to the de- Two applications relieved
and good bushmanship of me and I recommend it
chief engineer for a highly.
Klootnay contracting firm, PRICE 2Sc, 0c, $1.00
is train at Revelstoke in B LRD
give immediate and effective SAOW
Be saw the bear come out of UNIMENT CO.
amn pick up the child, St Louis, Mo.
hW yards from the railroad,
hpkig "up the hill with the lit-
siming lustily. Sold and Recommended by
Y hL r witnessed the unprece- Sj LANNEE DRUG (COMPANY.
l Cution and forthwith fainted
upon coming up with the
Ita captive in a densely wooded Have your Eyes treated at
I atked the animal with no
weapon than a hastily J D. RADFORD'
1*a nd after a fight managed,
tONboy, who is now in the
General Hospital somewhat
injured, but not so much so
pmusnent and complete recovery
.o problematical. The case is
anything approaching a parallel

them last meeting of the di rectors
Sfporid Fruit Exchange, held in
a the information was given that
ls than 2,500,000 boxes of the
Scrop of Flonda will be handled
IH the exchange.
a Mg man named Elliot who was
.r with the Indian ball team was
p iPin Daytona as a dead beat
| stealing a bicycle but escaped
.ing out of the lock-up.
a1ple stalk of sugar cane 16 feet
.b|th grown in the Everglades,
ieed north by a Chicago man
j.b Louisiana and Cuba cane can-
uIl it neither for size or value.

We have now a nice selected

line of

Optical Goods on

hand, and prepared
to give you the best atten-

tion possible.



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1910 Reo Two Cylinder Touring


$1,000. 222

horse power. Top extra.

The New

Touring Car

1910 Four Cylinder Touring Car, $1,250. 30-35
horse power. Top and wind shield extra.

REO-The best Car on the market for the price. The best for

A 11910 Reo Single Cylinder Runabout $00.

Top $25 extra.


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tht nar Setoq, C6.n~odabk,
*Vime, :for b feet

Wl fllf the hl and on account of their DURABILITY will make
your Fall and Winter




tr are thoroughly dependable and strictly High Grade Shoes
ior^k miBoys, madein tthe betleathers along lines that afford
comfort and eseto the feet. Let your fet bring you to our store.

We Will Fit Your Feet With Proper Shoes

A Webster Dictionary FREE With Every Pair

Let Us Fit Your Next Pair




WMll CoQe Out My





Stock of





at Luraville.

Commencing October 1

Dry Soods, fats, Shoes, Tinware, Notions

Hardware, Etc., at and Below

I am goin out of business and my stock of merchandise is thrown upon
what t will bring. You can save money by making your purchases here.
Art pick of this immense stock of merchandise. Remember, your choice of


the market for
First come gets
goods at COST


C. S. LeFevre, Luraville, Fla.

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SOur new Fall and Wintr Sto e-
complete, and includes a great
such goods as you need every day, H
special attention to the following:
75 pieces Prints at ..-.... 5c, 6c I
100 pieces Checked Homespun at 51
50 pieces 4-4 Bleaching at 8c$, l0ea
100 pieces 44 Yellow Homespun at e6i
15 pieces Mattress Ticking at 8c to.-
15 pieces Cotton Flannel at 8e to 12-l
25 pieces Dress Goods, whih
latest styles and patterns,at 8e
Ladies Ready-to-Wear
I A nice selection of medium goods on)&,
to $1.50. Call and see what we have
We also have some Specials in
Summer Dress G
to close at 25 to 100 per cent &iwim u-
see them when you come in. Re"mwbeiab
are headquarters for
Family roerie and
"Ideal" Flour, highest ptent, at $6.50. Other gwd
per bbl We are in position to give you low p
us. Highest market prices paid for bile and Seed
and Eggs. Watch for our next m~"wwem- ot.

McLeran Mercantile
Welborn, Florida
SThe Store That Sets the Pace)

John B. Stetson Univel
UNCON IIEY, f D.,tL. D, LL D.i, Pi
49 Profeumo ad imtucton College of Ubenl MAt
17 University B dimp College of Law
28 Acre Cau p College of TecoCMi-
581 Students LAt Year College of BudrM
$25W .M Eadowa Preparatory AcAi
I1,w Volmnmes sa Lbry NormAl d MaodMbl
Sr,,.N Ppe OrgM School of Minhril
1I Large Labortorie for Science School of Mule
'aurpaed General Equipmtnt School of Fine AC
VWl4 grriis hr 1meg mlmi u. CareduZ .dMuu:wa asuud
*nuu sad see Wuisut acn Forauhnw Iv mNIori. v I
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It will pay you to see me when you come to the city to do your trading.


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