Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00580
 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 3, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00580
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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Suits and Skirts. q
A splendid line from
which to select from
the best manufactur-
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States, and made es-
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Everygarment in the
latest styles and col.
am. qLadies Dress
GoodsInall thenew
cols and shades; ,
Sl:, Woolens and
Fanc Coon Strpes hm W. B. Corsets In all the New
with trimmings and Late Styles and Shapes at
butons to match i Popular Prices.


we announce our
readiness to show all
the latest designs and
styles in Men's and
Boys' Clothes, as de-
creed by the world of
fashion. Never have
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Xqpt of iSpt. of water works
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Were real and approved.
The foUowinT bills were approved
$ad ordered paid:
Citime Banka.......................... $ 1600
............................ 20 00
FiSt Nat. Bank, interest........ 60 00
L O. Mfg. Co........................ 186 10

M. L.Burett & Co................
W. H. Gornto & Co.................
B. P. Mosely.......................
Live Oak Publishing Co...........
W T Stokely...... ....................
J. F. Kinkaid board prisoners.
J. F. Kinkaid street ...............
J. F. Kinkaid, salary ..............
J H Anderson, salary ..............
J. T. Clark, salary..................
A H Lewin ............................
S. A. Hinely .....................
J E Wood.............................
CW Rogers ....... ...........
J M Barclay ............ .............
SJ White ..........................
F W Butler ..........................
DL Byrd ...............................

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Ordinance No. 82 introduced3by F. I-
W. Butler ptuoanditmember frtof ___ity,__counc.il,
W. Butland member of city Those present: J. E. Wood, S. J.
In re dto hackmen and drayenWhite, J. M. Barclay, D. L. Byrd and
having their teams around unionC Rhot R e.K UUhlRS
.L C. W. Rogers. .
was put upon its first reading by se- The call me ing was for the pur-
ti.L By vote of council it passed its p ordinances Nos. 83 and C k MI
kiS eadng. y ~pose of passing ordinances Nos. 83 and _______________
&*reading. By two-third vote of 84. As^ o^ ^^^ ^ hi^
oweil the rules were now waived and Ordinance No. 83 introduced by F. ay ve 6sad
aid ordinance was put upon its second W. Butler, a member of the city coun- oa l ane co at
redn by title ony By voeof cous- & n^ ^ u d na t a icma e rhi i
. itrpassedigb itsle oodly. r teading. B cil, reouiring shows and circuses giv- year. of
cOit passed its Mcond reading. By.,^^ year. _^. __
It pyssed voteo con rulesg By iug street parades to get license, was y
two-third vote of council the rules wen put upon its first reading by sections. y dea Tdeh remedy 6 rea d
further waived and said ordinance was but upo n its first rd by sectnts for.
wt upon its third reading a.d final By vote of council it passed its first many years and bow a value. r
pnt e upeu ing tirad ryecion s.. ipn reading. By two-third vote rules were I t nrec wived s vmnalu.
r~~~~~in~~~~~~~fI hpn'edh AtosInn. ,'H as received thousands 0
pallsg e, being read byloctions. Upon now waived and said ordinance was put, .%tm A frorn fateful people.
elaR of roll the following vote was re-
de As WieBacay upon its sec' nd reading by titles only. It has been prescbdbyphy- (
odutled: A ys-Woed, White Bary By vote of council it passed s second scins wilthe ot isactory
a Butler. Nays-no reading. By two-third vote of council
Ordinance No. 82ws o declared results .
Orgllnance No 8d wr decr the rules were now further waived and It ha c' -n saved l fe before
r~ularly passed and ordered certified said ordinance was put upon its third medicine c'uld have been sent [or
to the mayor for his approval, reading and final passage, being read, phvcicul'n sunmsbned, f
Clerk was instructed to borrow suffi- or a pay1 fi:necL
Cle t to bby sections. Upon call of the roll the It ony costs a quarter. Can
eint funds to meet obligations. following vote was recorded: Ays-J. y a^ord to risk so much for so
Motion that marshal be instructed to g. Wood, S. White, D. L. Byrd, J. it? BUY IT NOW.
a* parties having placed byeicle track M. Barclay ar C. W. Rogers.
on north side Bryson street in eastern Ordi lance No. 8 3 wer. e now declared -_-__ -__-_
partof the city and to have them to regularly passed and ordered certified N TC
phae suitable crossings or remove to the mayor for his approval.EGAL N O
stImeUCture. Ordinance No. 84 introduced by S. J. L __
There bein no further business coun- ,^^y ^ ^ ^
SThea r being no further besines cor- White, a member of city council, pro- Legal Notice.
l adjourned.E. WOOD, hibiting hauling of heavy loads on the The urdersignednasGumrdianofthe estateoflthe
i Et WoD l stie.ts, was put upon its first reading following ramed minors, to-wit: Verml Williams.
President City Council. Robert Williams. May Williams and Vem Wll -
Attest: by sections. Fy vote of council it aimas, hereby gives notice that he will apply ua
tw-hr .such Guardian to Hon. J. N. Conner. County
A. H. LEWIN, passed its first reading. By two-third udge of Suwannee county. Florida. at his office
SCity Clerk. of council rules were now waived in the court house of said county on the 14th day
City Clerk. e of December. 1909. for authority to sell the un-
and said ordinance wa" put upon its divided one-ninth interest of each of the above
All M ting Cit oncil. named mmors in and to the south half of south.
Call Meting City Council. second reading by titkl only. By vote west quarter of southwest quarter, and southeast
Live Oak, Fla., Nov. 16. 1909. of council it passed its second reading. quarter of southwest quarter, and southwest
quarter Of southeast quarter of w.ction *; north-
Council met pursuant to callof mayor By two-third vote of council rules were west quarter of northeast quarter. leuw ten (io
orin e No. acres on s uth sidle, and the north half of north-
to repeal ordinance No. 84 regarding now further waived and said ordinance west quarter and southeast quarter of northwest
hauling of heavy loads on the paved was put upon its third reading and final quarter of section :. all in township 4 outh,
of range II east. in Suwannee county. Fl,,rida.
streets of Live Oak, and to pass such passage, being read by s 'ctiuns. ULpon r C. WILLIAMS.
1 Guardian for above nanied minors.
ordinance as might be deemed neces- call of roll the following voCe was re- Dated. November ,. i14.
sary. Ordinance No. 84 was introduced corded: Ays-J. E. Wood. S.J. \White, -..
by S. J. White, member of the city D. L. Byrd, J. M. Barclav anv.i C. W. Bill of C'omplaint
council, was put upon its first reading Rogers. Nays none. 1t. Circuit 'Court. Third Jud:cial Crca-r,,f Fl,,n-
d,~k'l I, m a d for Suwannee C',,unL in a,
by sections. By vote council it passed Ordinance No. 4 was now dvtlartd 1,'
a ......% I :' a t. s. Sherman, Nar
its first reading. By two-third vote of regular passed and ord-,rcd certirie to ,,,,l.!.a'i r.,ii.t- ,-.,
council the rules were now waived and the mayor for his ai,,rona. !, ...... ,., ..... .
said ordinance was put upon its second There being no fur'hv- t,.ri -s Cui:- '' .' ,l .,.','-'
reading by title only. By vo e of coun- cil adjourned. ,.,.,;0.' \ i, :. .
cilit passed its second reading. By j. E. I tOlD P.. I',urkn,'. ., il AI'Ql j ,',
two-third vote of council the rules were Attest: A. H. LF.W:N, krk. :h. : .:i .... ..' -.,:,. ...
t 1 j j j,, ,..!l r..- '! n t :> a' -. !>* i, t. .. .+.'. a e .A .'I .II,-,
now further waived and said ordinance ,i ,' ,- ,, ,.,, ..., A.. ,.-,<.., ,. .
was put upon its third reading and final A remedy of gelr ne irlri for "
passage, being read by. sections. Up on e, t r a n J to, f'ud)sN
_e~n _?on the treatment of (ofp ~t5 i,::',.-.t,-. ; .,-
call of the roll the following vote was' .
recorded: Hoarseness, \\hop;i;,r ;Cough.
Ays-J. E. Wood, S. J. White. D). L. Croup, Sore Throat anid other li tirit (u,,rt..t l, ,t Ht'il.
Byrd, J. M. Barclay, C, W. Rogers and Bronchial Affections. Bear Branartd t *A! *'l ..
S.A.Hinelvy. Nays-none. Ordinance cu 1a dr i .,..,. !.C! C' ,
No. 84 was now declared regularly Rb- ateoch e n25c at dru StSa T o ; 'K -: o
passed and ordered certified to the Rebate check in every ack- ,b> aiavit a;p.iack,,- i. .b
for hi approval. age..:i'tld in a t.he *.,.. u ., t r,.,.T
mayor for his approval. age. 21-tf If Fnima H 'ar I. onf oi ut- t'ria"- ,r.

J. E. WOOD, Pres. of Council.
Attest-A. H. LEvIN, Clerk.
Call Meeting City Council.

People who know say that partits t,
Alabama hunters are continualv iriin,

navte. l. i. to he crr ;-ainran. P A rd,..
tu ere is n- tr-: i the Suife..ae r l ur-a- 'ev
of suhlwuauoxim wh'rn fibtn,.a~d i
fe'ndant. and that sald tifwe'lant .: iu r tr~ ix t
of t~oen*'-"'e .arb,: -*as tht-i'efore t-rdvred lh,

aid at dw mr sA
and nomt ft M

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ebro mati i mi dtuu adt

Putrt to tMr dI dta

tosbeinu outub the Thd u Judi mi ic u
puieaM rtopw tefardo& L

ourtlof the Stof ibilMWtl 5M&hW C
of September, I IMwi mid SAM d eeW u-I
Thi faO thebc iitht mM
and P. T. Me ,]Mptmm, t. we odA&.
ants: sad whesuin th.%sdeluIUUUiW vu ad
Speil Mastermin Chamyto ex er ideem,
ande misr caiu*tre, I w&dla sMimAthe
6th day of icem nr, AD. betwem teerI a
hours of ti, ra i frt of the mt abrem do
at Live Oak, Suwann e' otsty. i.de oSw for
sale at public outcry ad to the high&t and
bet bidder for ca. the ptmMal p ty ia
id final decre in foe e raid t bo bamd,
said. peoaml prety binB as foe1. .wit: ;
Oa" r y borm h amm jrMt ol om aU d
'Geug"; re bay haorn nab ran od
mnamd 'Scott" oe havy twhaorAm Stdsbakr
wagou: ao; al of our mcmhiy. we ad
ble mil nOw located on the tad J W.
Spearing, in ti MwMa prt to the Lity ULive
Oak. better known the al ty work. ex-
c pt t te ginM ad boil"r pwrca Md Wof Maby
Punrchan an to m for title.
for A.K. LESLIE.
speew Iur.


Notie is hereby tha t the aduroiws
Lve asmiestid heoole tsouwr for tear-
on ffarmlrnea urm, 0P,- m.fm t ar~ft sm
Or the bth of the SthPat. rkdn ur wt he
wof at *Te Mks Chb of I -" Oa(k. Vuni
Inubjet o tethis i-I-a to yd we
mml estam adtINe ectbuadidw *Wowa.
Mi to furni mi e & bhe mmr.Na ob
res Gfm e mswo muhes. of 68 ow-
~adasorr ai m md Y um rooad
13- 18rM mu gs m 11
rbcipm91" o1 m .blw ohe f SUPPWINt
haI*a to w c a dLive Oak. uauass
Pb.r Nole. w hereby fthwd r = I
mdinigne will an TwoodU. thew 40=4fD-
1. 1 o. aPb ai to the Ite IHe L
mle @1 toe Thed JndkiJ *LWC&t eAI Oof
lride for hw e apmvl .4 ,(t propme Wr
di Vrportion. T P. A135.
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Notice is hereby given tha lMum sWill-t
)OBnen. Vioris w ob o rt n I t. Iv
aw l*Homestmd rawMy No 3LIX osroi
Irti9i)fc w14 o swC Ser~ f~hms l
Sjoth. PRang, 14 9si ErsTa. taamm m N
lied note of ktiswtumt o own G a V. -
prtof. to estaWhuis clim to th had *brw-
wnibed. before the Clork of We tvraut 'tr,
Live Oak. FkIs on the Ikd 4W of I tw.r,m
Chadomt rmam as witfl?
J. N. Barsott. of O'brwe. Phet
John COMM.
H. IL D.,
J. R. Johna.


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Notice of Applicatwn for Tax I rhv
Under Setion 9 of Cha er 4PO I)
Law5 Of r~i R. A
N oei h is bomb, g e theU l w* ; K .4 I
purchr Of Tea Cactise it IeW 11 1111" t01 0t
d&Y 1 July.& D. M.1 ho. NW raw 4d
in my 3 Of amd has waf tsmaw m IW WA
deed to mean in werudaee w, Int W ne
cikate embrma the fbaiw dmnha" o p
arty uatued inm Sumw vowe, ea mrfb Ue b 1, equ
wit: LA* 7. Blak 11 UdrmWei AAdmumtoto La
Oak. *fttue M. Lowrhk2 .uu thm voss Wr
The aid land bIngl s mmw e at OW 4110 00
isaumn mof ouch (r.rtAkato iO WAe of
G. Ham.U'nkluW d =to l a1 be
acenrira to law. tax 4"l lilt iue thrW im
the O-Wh day 4 Nof ewmh'r A 11 L'M I[ E R (
W itne s my -Avriatl rw tury andW m e the Iu '
2rnddayof. ,,rtnh 11; A I ;o:
j W h kYWO
rierk Circuit Cmr S;,& iv- @v F'kiv.lATTfa.S

Notice I, hereby glv-o that under su I" t* r.vF
of a inal ibeorer I4reenjv 4 MW Vad .* ',.
and enteromd b) thr Hln.rumN ftau H I'alH'. r
Judge of the Imrd Judicka1 ('1miit 4 -r- f 'w
'Statt of Florida l in anm Iihr #A@ ,n C .xi, .1
nee. on the 7th ia) 4 4f ,t-t-r m 4 1,
ClerLA1'Ir '1.ir au w elI' [ lt lau .'1 .1 ,V 14&n -
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prevents smoking. There is no possible question about it.
This means greater heat-power, a more rapid diffusion of heat
and a sure conversion of all the heat-energy in the oil.
In a cold room, light the heater and in 10 minutes you'll have a
glowing heat that carries full content.
Turn the wick up as high as it will go-no smoke-no odor.
In everything that appeals to the provident and the fastidious, the
Perfection Oil Heater, with its new automatic smokeless device, de-
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Kno-Tair Socks

25c, 35c and 50c. Also
A Strong Line of the Best 10c and 15c Socks for

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Men in Live Oak.

Everything in Shoes for Men, Woman & Children


Mien's Satin calf,
Bluchers -

Men's box calf

plain and cap toe
and vici cap toe

SMen's Kang Calf Plain Toe Bluch-
r and single sole .. 1.98

Men's Clover Calf, Plain andcap Toe in
Black and Tan colors,$3 Shoe 2.50

Woman's Vici Patent Tip Blucher in

singe or tension
for---- ..

soles, $2 values

One Lot of Broken Sizes Woman's
Fine Shoes running from size 2 to 5,
regular $2.50, $3 and a few $3.50
Shoes, we offer as long as they

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Infants Soft Sole Shoes 25 to 50c

hild's Kid Shoes Patent Tip Lace
size 2 to 5 -----...-- 50----

Child's Kid Shoes, Pat Tip Lace, size
5to8--.-- --__.-- 75o

Child's Kid Shoes, Pat Tip, L*c, at
81-2 to 1 1-2--.-- .-..... 9g

Misses al Leather Kid, Pat Ti Lao,
Extension se, size 12 to 2, 1,19

Boys' Solid retthr Calf Shoes, Extra
Strong and sevicab, worth up to
$2, Size 3to7-------- --- 1.50

The Public RoAds. of the work that has been done inside and it would be so much better; and neither
Editor Democrat:-Allow a little of sixty days, myself, and that without then if you would cme together as one hea
in your paper to say something any help, that has been done in the taxes.
County, and yet people complain of man and sa we will ave our convicts our count
0 the taxpayers concerning the road bad roads and high tax. Well, no won- to work our own roads and you help
pqstio, as I see so much on that ques- der, when so much money is given for them and see that it was done right, it l)
ea nowadays. They tell me that we nothing. Taxpayers, why don't you would surprise you how much better
y over $6,000 annually on the roads come together and say that we will roads you would soon have. It would in sprain
k 8awannee county in the way in work the roads in the old way, our- be an honor to your county in the sa- cles, lum
wheh they are contracted to be selves, before we will suffer any such ving of thousands of dollars besides. of these
wtked. thing to go on. As it is now, in many places you can't others P
Now, Mr. Editor, I have traveledI Let every 'nan oi road age come to- tell a public road from a private road. timely u
Wr almost every public road in the gether and work, say one day in the Study this thing out and see where Bone Lir
We ty within the last few months, and year, and we will have much better it would save you money. As it is, see druggists
otside the towns I could do every bit roads and lessen taxes considerably, how many whose duty it is to work, doi package.

work nor pay taxes. I write
r so much said about roads and
Yours for the betterment of
nger and Suffer~t Lie
is, backache, contracted mus
bago and rheumatism. Some
ailments are easily cored and
permanently relieved by the
ise of Bear Brand Nerve and
liment. 5~c and $1 bottles at
s. Rebate check in every
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(Branch of Florida Drug and Book Co.)

Opens Friday, Dec.3rd at 1 O'clock, p. m.
With a FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR Stock of Xf1AS GOODS and FIREWORKS. Visit Santa Claus Store, Dec. 3rd.,
Friday Afternoon and Night and Get Our Prices
Don't wait until the Presents are All picked over, but buy early and get first choice. 4 SANTA CLAUS STORE is

the only store in the State Handling nothing but Xmas Goods.



Over a Thousand Dollars worth of Fireworks.
Over Five Hundred Dollars worth of Dolls.


Besides over Two Thousand Dollars worth'
of Toys, Horns, Drums, Work Boxes and

Florida Drug & Book

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Publsbed every Friday at
N eo. 3 Conner St., Live Oak. Fla.
Stbserlptiou Price:

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entered at the lire Oak Postoffice as
second-clas inatter.

Senate Taliaferro will be a candi-
date for re-election, and the indications
are that a very strong fieht will be put
ap inhis behalf. He plays his first
Scard in the game by announcing his
Sprpos' to get a government survey of
Sthe Eveglades and have Uncle Sam
Srelaim the land and make it fit for ag
rieultureas in the case of the ari
' ad of the West. Not a bad idea
, provided Uncle Sam will do the world
Without settingup any claim to th

S- --- wa g a the-

lStanM l o~ South. Udwin co uty,, ..
AlI, contiguous to IFest Florid, a
ftr~ar~ b tt c spmctfee the foru-on f much a cse example
sad bestir heel to do li.kew. e. Ors
wilde esl with its rich agriultu admittedly one of the best agrical-
.. ..te wi th S ts. ric- taural counties in the State; we have
resources practically autouched. tCap- l e .coe .' e S, w e
ital discovered it; great bodies of land e od e d
that can be bought on reasonable
were bought up and nubdvided into m cen w ed mo e n, eq*&UY
farm; they were quickly settled up by term e d more people, espo
colonies of thrifty and indtrio i- more farmers, if we are to have more
production, more trade, more general
migrants from the North, and now ti t e, ore geer
Baldwin is one of the banner agricult- prosperity; Columbia county points the
ural counties of Alabama, and growing way-whynotfollow?
S. The esteemed Citros County Chron-
Down in Osceola county in this State The esteemed Citr Coty Chron-
the colonizing plan has been tried with ile, its last isue, after a warmly
swch success that that county is now appreciated compliment to the Demo-
booming beyond any other in Florida crat, sayt: "The Democrat has done
and new people are going there in more for Live Oak than any other pa-
droves. Marvelous changes are taking per ever published in the county, and
E place in Osceola, and it was the colony we learn that a daily edition will soon
Splan that started them. be published." With reference to this
rI~~x~ h* t__ act?. tha nt> tha mattpr n 0



Last Monday the people of Alabama
voted down the proposed constitutional
*uMadmwent for Statewide prohibition
i~f the lquortraffic by a large major-
ty, but as the State is already as dry
as a bone under statutory law, the
te tlat Monday only means that if
Ssme future legilture wants to re-
Seaor modifythat law, it will not
be prevented from doing so by any
I ustitational provision. Thousands ol
, Alhaamians who believe in prohibition,
SAt wuo intensely dislike Governor Co
ar and protest against the extreme
Sty stringent anti-liquor laws for whicl
Stey bold him -responsible, will un
btedly never vote to elect a legis
U rethat will permit the salons in
ht Stat e to reopen. It remains to b
Sem if they are in sufficient number
.o preserve the existing status, c
modification of it short of th
saloon, or if the out and out whisk
traic crowd is in the majority
i cannot be told until the next leg
re meets two or three year

And in out neighbor county of Co-
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wv nav e Ato a uiaL Lt i 1Uao.aLu vi a
laily edition of the Democrat is under




umbia they have als inaugurated is advisement and when the time is ripe,
)lan with the promise of early and itwillmake its appearance. But in the soil-proud of their vocation and
large success. An Illinois syndicate saying this we are committed to no carrying into it the most approved
has purchased a large body of land date, exact or proximate, for we really methods of modern agriculture. The
near Lake City for colonizing purposes, don't know, and must be governed by future of Florida depends upon the til-
and G. L Colburn, representing the the progress of events to "say when." lage of its soil, and we can grow rich
syndicate, addressed the Lake City The daily can be launched on very brief or stay poor as we improve that tillage
board of trade the other night and note, as t mechanical facilities of or adhere to ancient methods. It
said: the office are ample for the purpose would be easy enough to find ten am-
"Gentlemen, the opening of this and there would be no delay in waiting bitious farmers in each county in the
large body of land at the door of your for new or more material. State who would be glad to take the
city will mean a great deal to you from agricultural course at the university if
a business point of view and we want -their expenses were paid, and it ought
the cooperation of the people of your Jac onville is to follow the exce!e t Iot to be difficult to find the means for
city. We have just settled up a large example of Pensacola and pay the ex- itt to p e di t to fd the means for
colony over in Alabama, and the class penses of ten farmers to be selected t vil se have done a
of immigrants that we located on the from Duval county and sent to the h
lands are very desirable to the natives, University of Florida to take the ag-
being an industrious class of Germans ricultural course there, to the end that Create ot develop in a ooy tne desire
and Swedes and the colony is in a flour- they may learn farming as a science to read good, healthful books, maga-
ishing condition. We do not sell our and return to their farms to put their zines or papers, stimulate his appetite
lands to the "scum" of large cities, newly-acquired knowledge into prac- in that direction, and the problem of
but try to locate a class of people that twice. And wouldn't it pay every coun- that boy's future has been largely
will improve and develop the country. ty in Florida to do likewise? The ex- solved. It is practically certain that
Our syndicate is backed by men with pense wou'd be small, and public-spir- he will grow up a decent, intelligent,
millions and we are going to spend ited citizens of means might well af- law-abiding man, hating all lawless-
thousands of dollars in advertising this ford to combine and raise the money ness and rowdyism and crime, and
tract of land, as we do other tracts in view of the large and continuing equipped with the mental edge and
that we are now colonizing. This is benefit that would accrue to them and mora stamina to give him adequate
no experiment with us. All we ask is the whole community by locating in resisting power against the temptations
for you people to stand behind os in each county, as object lessons to in- to the numberless fcrms of vice and
our statement of the value and produc- spire 11 the rest, ten high-grade, up- wrongdoing to which the modern boy
tiveness of this land. This, I feel sure to-date farmers-scientific students of is so much exposed. Our educators

s' would make it a spee i
courage the reading h t
pils, for thereby they
safeguards around their
potent than statutes,
save many of them frin
and ruin ahich so mse
weakness of ignorance at
.There are signs of ri
r suit in reckless wor
something worse, in saen
paper sanctums of Flmnd
and to such of the
danger of losing their
selves in this way, we
strong, sensible paNrM
Scott County (Miss.)
"There are some edewia
sippi who are not very p
their vocabularies when v
say something mean abosts


their editorial columns.
for instance, as plugugly
Sspittle and braying jacks
Sto persons they do t lin ;
odorous, trash, sloppy,
s.ushy, slander, as applied
ments not congenial to
They are the last resort of t
Thinking editor, whose taste
Serty-stricken as his vocabula y

here do yoursocks wear out?
Is it at the U

Toe or Heel?

If so, you need
the new Hosi-
ery made with

Not a coarse, clumsy article, hut th? fin-
st gauze lisle with a toe and heel as
trong as that of the heaviest sock made
n the old way.
Stop darning and quit wearing socks
with holes in the toes, by using these.
They will surprise you. Come and see
them. Only 25c.

We have the Inter-
Woven Hoisery for
Men, 4 Pairs in nice



Assorted colors.

Suitable and useful Xmas-






Fine Silk Ties in all

the latest


and Patterns.

Silk Umbrellas.




Bed Room Slippers

for Men,

and Children.


--Fur top, leather soles
and heels, nicely made,
fur trimmed.

House or

liss s and Children's fine

Button or lace, in
patent or kid; made
of the very best


Slippers will make a very
suitable Christmas Pres-
ent--Made in Black,
Brown, Grey and Navy;
Sizes 3 to 7, price $1.50.
Made in low cuts, Fur
Bound in Black, Red,
Blue and Grey, sizes 3 to
8, price $1.25

0 I tR F -trtf4. I

dress Gloves



Our Walkin shoe
for children is
made tofitthe foot
rtrtI i. 4-

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e I DWpluaed this wek

P-141 rft
liiin variety, Cheap in Price.
gosab~ t Snta.
The old Stand

re.urned Satur-

S B. Ow s, a priem at torpatine
opeatr of Oak tl Fl., arrIed i
thbi city SstWay fr a ftesda trifL
to Mr. and Mr. Daniel Tedder and
Don't fail to visit Santa Claus store
Friday afternoon or night. De. 3rd.
Mrs. Roy Helton and two children
went over to Jasper Monday where
they expect to remain about ten days,
wia;,ine Ur UHltnn'

a. M. icanas Fresh lot of Bermuda onion seed ll andwife. y, / in d iO O/ u or f@ ow(O
J. E. Harris took sets at J. B. Evans'. a
ksonille the latter N. Hildreth Sr. of this city w Fresh line National Biscuit Company S s n vdia ti of
knenvnlle the latter -t.C N. Hildreth, Sr., of this city, who I Crackers at S. P. Mars.
had been visiting his daughter, Mrs. L
aV. Granburg ani little son, V. Gran-
S stlodom in G.GoCoaail t AmericusG, Ga., tu aburg, Jr., retuorme Sunday after a ten 2nd ete on the par of Mo pm i .
ng but Xmas hom To y days' visit to Jacksonville and East.
who has been Save money, buy your Xmas goods at Coat points Mr. Granburg says the
visi revt ve, reSanta Claus store. canal was all right and that he had a THE CITIZENS BANK
Sin thi city Satur- Miss Ethel tee Sadler, who was the glori a time C
BE guest of Miss Maggie Baisden last Boys' "Knickebocker" Suits in sizes
S and field sd at week, retired to her home at Lake 16 and 17, just received at S. J. bite's LIV E OA K F A
y i and field seed at City Saturday. Miss Naomi Hampton, of Hampton
Moe and Miss Vra Freshgarden seed atJ.B. Evans'. Springs, who was the guest of Miss *lm l l: ^ I1sI. III::I .i.I.
Moore and Miss Vera armita Grubb the latter part of last
n, were shopping in Mrs. Palmer Kosemond, of Lake week, went to Lake City Saturday L .., A.. -QAL- 1~ .L & AN A 1,
Fday. / City, after a pleasant visit to Dr. and where she will be the guest of Mrs. F.
Christmas presents read Mrs. Juan Efird returned to her home F. Bardin for several days. SEE
White in this issue. Florida grown rye seed at J. B.
olJ. B. Evans has a fresh lot of Ber- Evans'.
who holds tortha Fan-muda onion seed and sets. When yOU have to buy
Se days was visiting thee Dr. A. D. Puterbaugh, formerly of
,daday.- E. C. Arch1 ell, of St. Augustine, Branford, but now of Hernando, Citrus r 0 A A
SId Fontin P passed through Live Oak Saturday en county, was a prominent business visi- COFFINS A N D CA SK ETS,
Is e c Fountain Pens, route home from a business visit to tor in the city Monday and Tuesday.
ta, etc., for sale at Tallahassee. Dr. Puterbaugh was a resident of this .
Am at Dowig Park. f C.ont for v ~nd njod dt i ( They Carry Everything in the Uudertaking Line. ,
ee at Dorwling Park. Xmas goods, wholesale and retail, at countyfor ears and enjoyed a splendhe U dertakng
Saiden, who is attend- Santa Claus store. practice. He is not only a good and
lilFa Female College and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hall, of successful physician, but a most excel- EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.
mtL for Thankgivng, re- aed through Live oak Dowingatur lent citizen, and while a resident of ,-,r-v ,v 'o r -
Mome for Thanksgiving, re-Park, passed through Live Oak Satur- SuaneecontWhlda umerof_____WWNoWwW____W____wW________
a'Ue** Mond y mormng. Suwannee county held a number of = ,,
R~ha eeMond y mormng, day en route to Brunswick, Ga., for a Stions of honor and trust. The
eseled ware from J. M. short visit to friends. They returned Democrat is sorry the Dr. moved from u I I,: T, !.: I : : Bechiville Brieb
1d Dm from 25a to 50 on Monday. theoDr.ryo
ad save from 25c to 50c on Monday. our county, but we are pleased to know We have been havitl some cod
oct-8tf Five thousand dollars worth of Xmas he is doing well at Hernando where he weather for the put week.
N. Hildreth, Jr., and child- goods at Santa Claus store. owns an interest in the only drug store The people have beun togrind eae
Ai z May Bothwell, who were J. J. McCaskell a prominent young in the town, and is also practicing his and the yo fols have se IS
the latter part of last business man, of Free Port, Fla., spent profession. We congratulate the live times. Mot everybody will osL
virtilc Mrn. Joseph Gregory, re- Sunday in Live Oak, the guest of Mr. and progressive town of Hernando on plenty o syrp nd me to spe
Sunday night. Karl Bardin. securing Dr. Puterbaugh as a citizen. The young folks have reorganized t
Debating society and will meet eve
lllfilllfllnu ti ll' > ii iijtlll l lii llllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiii~i U1mb a r ; Saturday night except before the flr
:b a g i and third Sunday, and then it win b
SBostonianSoes (for ) on Fri4y night. Everybody rememb*
i. Mail Or ers = $3 re $4 C t t the dates and come. The next subje
on allgoods Ifilled same day $3.00 and $3.50. witl be, Resolved: "That Paper
o | w be Reo|d "T| pe| filed $3.00 and $3.50. More Benefit to Man Than Gualm*
Ias i der." Come out and hear them. Lai
Sen'Brgan Shoes, especially invited.
left at $1.10. Miss Clara O'Harvited her parents
ad J at Falmouth Saturday and Sunday.
Thirty-six inch Sheeing Mrs. Ella Beact spent several days
s at5 a yard. Goodqual- in Live Oak this week the guest of her
'it Checks at 5c a yard. brother, P. M. Odom, and family.
S ( l i __ Wonder if a certain young man has
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Slips-harness, Bridles and got his potatoes dug yet?
S Sadds Mrs. B. Canon and daughter spent
Saddles at cost Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Arr

Silverware, Silver Toiletware, Blnks and Comtorts
School is progressing fine and every-
from 50c to $4.50. body is delighted with the teacher.
N =ltiMiss Irvie Swet spent Saturday
and Novelties. Make your Purchases with her parent She was accom-
TODAY panied byher friend, Miss NonaPhilips.
_CH R Most everybody around here have
r A A gone into the picture business. There
will soon be more photographs than
W.lIg n d- dlUg diig d4: J:-l....g. |.i>++. I+ LL Lll I anything else.
Wr Don't forget the debate. Come and
2 learn something. Come one, come all.
S\i.imn-Sken. Well, Xmas will soon be here, and
ARE you puzzled about what to give ? If you are, let me help you to n Wdnesday afternoon Nov. 10. we will a'l have to hurry around to be
Soo at the homle of Mr. and Mrs. ready tor Santa Claus.
decide. My cases gleam with beautiful presents. I shall gladly make O-'()~ er Skeen. took place a very beau- 'CRY BABY."
tiful wedding. Mr. B. F. Wiggins led
suggestions to you and allow you a careful inspection of any article I have. A t.. th, marriage altar Miss Mamie Complete line of bed-room slippers
Seen where they lighted their faith for men, ladies and children, in all col-
giver is judged by his gifts, so it is necessary that .'ni buy the best. To be t= each other for life. ors in f.lt, will make a suitable Xmas
S The bride' is a member of the M E. present at S. J. White's.
S,('hurch. South, at New Hope, and is -
Sfe one of our most active girls in church Arrangements has been made to es-
w r'k r tablish a big racing plant in Pensacola
"u1' Ve ,r11zr 1,m it the sun of Mr. fur winter meets.

2R'harl Wigins. a prosperous farmer
,of I'ne G (;rove. c,,O.muni t'. and is a
select a store that has a REPUTATION for Handling, oniv the BEST. Th,:t is l miolneioe oman. isa i P
~m(Mie mtl viSunt man. Pnei2 I rice.

where I help you.

Gold and Silver Handled


Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets, Mani-
cue and Desk, Shaving Sets, Military
Brushes, Powder and Salve Jars,


Rings $20.00 and up.

Diamond Brooches $15.00 and up.



Lockets $10.00 and up.
Cuff Buttons $10.00 and up.
Bracelets $15.00 and un.

May ~ our j,3V., Ier many and your sor-
rows ftew. as you -ail over the sea of
life, is :he wish ,of your pastor.

Cabbage plants, best winter varieties,
Flat Dutch. Wakefi.-Ids and Sure Head
and Savoy. 2.7c per IN; $2.p, per 1,'00.
oct 6-2t Live Oak, Fla.
1 I..,1 *>. II'D lII% :

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Buy Where A Dollar
Most Value.


2' pounds good clean Rice for only $1.
i pounds roasted Coffee, Best Yet, $1.
Best 2)c grade Oil Cloth; per yard 15e
S quart Galvanized Water Buckets, 15c
10 quart Galvanized Water Buckets, 13c
Best Cups & Saucers, large size, set 40c
& I & 1





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To all persons subject

Indigestion, Cons tipon,

burn, Vertigo (blind staggers)1:|

plexion or other symptoms of a To


It is the Surest, the Safest, the most Speedy and Complete
Liver Tonic and Regular in the Whole Field of Medicine.

It is a marvelous remedy. Its invigorating effect on a Torpid Liver
dose brings improvement, a few days' use cures the most obstinate ease.
restored almost in a day.

is little less than miraculous. It acts instantly. 1
Tired, weak, despor.dent victims of a Torpid Li

A RIANT RE ORD IN ARIA It cures Malaria, Chills and Ague by destroying the disease -IM
the system and driving them out of the body. Where Malaria i
valent it is a faithful guardian of health. It puts the Stomach, Liver and Bowels in such fine condition that the malaria |
cannot exist.
Every home should have a bottle of this great Liver Tonic and Regulator. It stands for health for the whole family. i
chill season is here, arl all those who are Constipated, who have a Torpid Liver or Digestive Disorders, will surely have trN
with that arch enemn (,f the race. BE PREPARED!! Get into condition at once by taking HERBINE and you can defy

For Sale at Suwannee Drug Company

PRICE, 50 CENTS Per Bottle.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co., Sole Proprietors, St. Louis, Mo.

A GIGANTIC CONTRACT I lowing address by having it printed on pounds of salt, 20 pounds rice, 50 pounds I
cards and distributing them broadcast: butter, 10 pounds cheese, 25 pounds of
To Be Let by the State for the Drain- Any one who drinks three glasses of I coffee, 10 pounds candy, 3 dozen cans
age of the Everglades. whiskey a day for one year and pays tomatoes, 10 dozen bananas, 2 dozen (
ten cents a drink for it, can have in ex- cans corn, 18 boxes matches, one half
Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 29.-Within change at any of the firms whose name I bushel beans, 100 cakes soap, 12 pack-
the next month Florida, through the appears on this card, 3 barrels of flour, i ages rolled oats-all for the same
board of trustees of the Internal Im- 20 bushels of potatoes, 2,000 pounds of amount paid for the whiskey, as above
provement Fund, will let a contract granulated sugar, 1 barrel crackers, 1 stated, and get $15.30 premium for
that will probably be the largest awar- pound pepper, 2 pounds ot tea, 50 making the change in his expenditures.
ded in many years by any Southern __ ..
State and one that will result in the
completion .f the great Everglades FINANCIAL A M
drainage project within a compare ively
short time. J. A. McLeod, Tax Collector in Account With
The board has issued official notice) C
callmg for bids upon contracts for the i Suwannee County, Florida.
digging of over three hundred miles f -.
canals. It is estimated that the total
amount involved in the contract will be -:
upwards of $3,000,000. : = I
The proposals must cover the exca- H'N1) ,o-..,,o>tt,.. nti!d.
ovation of 300 miles of lineal canal, ran-
ging from 40 to 100 feet in width and I --
from 6 to 10 feet in depth. 'Ihe trus-
tees reserve the right to contract for General Revenue.................s$ 5,:394 21 $ 4.548 15 $ 846 06
School ........................... .. J 18,879 7 6 15,917. 90 2,61. 86
more or less excavating, but not for School 18,879 76 15,917 90 %61 86'
more or les s excavating, but not for County Road .................. .... ....a...1 2,697 0W 2,274 14 422 94
lesa than 100 miles of canal. A time Outstanding Indebtedness and Interest 10.788 44 9,096 05 1,692 391
limit will be set upon the work before Pauper............................... 1,348 55 1,1:7 13 211 42
the contract is entered into with the Polls...... ........................ 2,255 I 1.1( () 1.155 (00
successful bidder.No dvan pay- SPECIAL SCHOOL DISThICTS-
sucesful bidder. No advance pay- No.......... 6461871 419 93
mental will be made, but the contractor No... 243 1 26 53 16 68
will be paid as his work progresses. No. 3............. 192 15 173 1 18 99
No. 4......... 23 3 201 14 29 491
Notice of Dimilution. No. 5 2 749 175 47 225 52
kTNo. 7 ...... 71 o 0 17 86
Notice is hereby given that the firm No. 7 1" 1 70 _0 31 86
of Sutton Lumber Co., co posed of L. No. 9 ....... 2 175 41 25 77
B. Sutton and R. E. Warner is dissolved,
.- .- .... _..,i ? -" I*" '!.: m .,I 17 I 7 < )41 r S I o.

aid R. E. Warner retir ng trom said
firm. L. B. Sutton will continue the
business under same firm name of Sut-
ton Lumber Co., and will assume and
pay all obligations of said firm.
George A. Wood, a railroad man was
aecidently killed at Maratho on the
East Coast extension by the south-

As a~ppars f *n r.oorils this ;Niivermlwr1 .

Clerk Circui

IFor Permanent Relief Take

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45-49 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Mail Order Facilities Unexcell
Unlimited Assortment Holiday Stationery. 1
Books, Late Novels, Bibles.
Purses, Leather Novelties, Fancy Goods.
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China.
Framed and Unframed Pictures.
Toys, Dolls, Games, Etc.
Golf and Tennis Supplies. 1
Sporting Goods.
OFFICE Furniture, Sectional Bookcases



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

S. A. HINELY, %Uice*-PrYtdI

C. D. BLA.CKWELL. (Cashier.

S.,,'.,,lowwn in T,,.on ipasrP whbetbl

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BA ISDFNE. Prmtident.

S/ 1eqrpbhbtlmomr Min Forida
L"t6rt g ir ww about eomig to a d, and it Reslt of the ehd* t K attl" at Sx.
t h"a riulted in the production of a lar- waaee Sprte^, Nwv. tSI.
,ir '.. : vi+: ov 99 aot f most a x o d- .
for h- it. fentifltlt tbin k r before. Its-m i % iA 1 cPrt
tIeM L of strati t the eltitivato of ~ae C.. ......... : 7
f i ty- idthemakhgpf ine syrup are not R.TL ..... D s 8
emhukn^ od M upon wit-more capital d MW O. obmo 8 472
J. P. t b ......... 4 1 4
but being in bet- system. The prevailing price of good L J. McCa 7 6 444
c rs post, I believe sealed stuff is about sixty cents p*r Sberwod MecTier 8 4 4U
lict better vice tlla in which there is good money. Total Live Oe 1 20 i 18 I57
ole. I weigh 173 It i however, so far generally made Jp ........ 20 18
I-ld am ready for the only aS a side line by the families ofl The above shows Live Oak's victory
enterprising fdrners. There is noth-1 in the second contest with Jasper. The
s w ere made by Con- ing apparently more fully establishedt first match was played several months
Sa Metropolia remor- than that a istrict mill and boiling ap- ago which was won by Jasper, but in
oo jut aa he and paratuo on a large scale would be a ith first contest C. D. Black II did
about to board the profitable ente priae, and it is difficult not play. In tais the second contest
rs steamship Mer- to perceive wny it is not undertaken in Live Oak's team being strengthened
toe Bltimore. evtry township. by Mr. Blackwell, was sure of victory.
cminon," continued the The chief difficulty alleged by those Jasper wants another match soon and
my opinion will be a who have considered undertaking it,'an effort will be made to get Jackson-
ow I believe great oood but have refrained, is that there is no ville to join us and have a contest be-
for our State and assurance that a plentiful supply of tween the three, and if Live Oak can
Yl Being a mem- cane can be ha 1. It would seem, how- succeed in arranging such a match it
ttee on merchant ma- ever, that it would require no great ef- should create a great deal of interest
I will of course, have fort to form an organization of far- to the lovers of the game.
o and say with reference mers in almost any neighborhood that
on as may be proposed would result in a guarantee of enough LDaner anid .,inlerini, Pie
jbject the upbuilding of cane to be delivered to a central mill to in sprains, backache, contracted mus-
merchant marine. Our keep a considerable establishment in cles, lumbago and rheumatism. Some
"aMe should be encouraged; steady operation during the season. of these ailments are easily cured and
iltil we take our rightful' It has beesi done in southern Georgia, others permanently relieved by the
| world's commerce on the and as the cane can be more easily pro- imelv use of Bear Brand Nerve and
as a Democrat believing duced in Florida than in Georgia, there Bone Liniment. 50- and $1 bottles at
ia the doctrine of 'equal would seem to be no good reason why druggists. Rebate check in every
d d special privileges to the project would not be even more: package. 21-tf
oit at all in love with any successful here. It is to be hoped that
Smack of 'subsidy.' the matter will be practically tested in With the object in view of placing
Wa member of the commit- Hillsborough county, which has large the full control of local politics abso-
l buil dings and grounds, areas of land especially suited to the lutely in the hands of the white citi-
HU will use every proper rising of cane. Our natural resources zens, the White Municipal League has
*Wrm appropriations for the should be longer neglected.-Tampa sprung into being in Tampa with a
St mitable government Times. [ membership of over one thousand five
tlb cities of the district 1 V Woman Understa hundred.
Only a \\oman ('Ha I 'nihlesttand

t1m" I do intend to make a
dksmined effort to pass a
to the States the money
t&h levying of a direct tax on
in the 60's. If this bill
mI nearly $1,000,00i would
if*da, and I have every rea-
ftlt the Congress will en-
l',tieo at this time. Our
isBentirely just in this mat-
I am confident we shall be suc-
|f the members from he South
tnke an united effort.
i Dhd you say politics? It
S ito t&l politics yet; besides,
now getting matters in
to do something for my
Let politics rest until
j time arrives, and then if
o boys really believe that the
't survive unless the seat I
lli to fill be turned over to
Ii I try conclusions w th them
the people. "-Jacksonville Me-

a. nd Camcalagua
2,creomplete cure of Coughs,
.B.i Athnma and Bronchitis and all
i1l.6Uplaflnt tending to consump-
I, liverwort, Tar and Wild (lerr)
0l for ages maintained an estab-
1|U reputation as a standard
itl Remedy. It contains no opi-
I or harmful drug, can be given
by druggists. Williams M'f'g.
Props., Cleveland, 0. Suwannee

erteen blind tigers were rounded
ST Sheriff Houstoun and his depu-
Sat Tallahassee.

the troubles pecular to her sex. Nerv- A remedy of genuine merit
ousness and overwork cause much un-1 for the treatment of Coughs,
necessary pain. Bear Brand Female Colds, Hoarseness. Whooping-
Remedy is the best possible source of
relief to suffering women, and gives Cough, Croup, Sore Throat and
quick relief. $1 per bottle at your other Bronchial Affections, Bear
druggist's. Rebate check in every Brand Cough Syrup. 25c at
package. __ __ -druggists. Rebate check in
Word was received here last weeklevery package. 21-tf
that Jim Neeley who left here last sum-
mer with his family and father-in-law, j
Alsobrook, for Texas, was in jail for a
charged with assault. From the re-' 2 5 aw ing
port received it seems that he came
home drunk and began abusing his lit- Boys and girls can win big
tle girl when his wife interfered and pzc inm the great drawing
he urned on her and beat her up fear- i contt n by the manu-
fully. About this time Mr. Alsobrook coni s given y
came in and Neely assaulted him with facturers of
a gun knocking him down, and break- S.I "Liberty eBl" ShoeS
ing his leg and several of his ribs, and -t]c iboes for ca
otherwise injuring him ;o seriously
"- Ask at our for the bookklt t alingl
that his 1I fe was dispaired of. And yet the o f1P or nd~ r is..
whiskey injures no one but those who
drink it, we are told. -DeFuniak Breeze McCULLERS BROS.

Mott's Nervine Pills
The great nerve and brain restore
tive tor men and women, produce
strength and vitality, builds up thi
systt-i! and renews th, normal vigor
For sale by druggists or by mail. $1
per box. six boxes for $5 I)0. \'il
'iai',s M 'I' (' ., I Pro',.,; C tlvel;nii
Ohio. Suwannee Drug Co.

One train of freigl:t cars buindl for
Fort Myers tr'm I.ak land c,,nt;ain,'l
ninety-thrce cars. They vcre sent to
Fort Mvers t l. used in handli., the
I fr. it croll.

Live Oak, Fla.

To the Public: Notice is hereby given
that by mutual consent the c,,-partner-
ship heretofore existing Lb, a!d be-
tween J. B. Barton and C. B. McLeod
in the city of Live Oak. Florida, u der
the tirm name of the live Oak Furni-
ture Company, i disl\vtd. the :said C.
B. Mecle. d having purchased the fur-
niture Ibusincs ifrm the said .1. I.
8;art,,n. All accounts now d e the said
Lve O )ak F',rnitnre (Company are p ;v--
alte to the o'i MedeI.,l. anid
lro, iijtd.tedn,.,ss *4 f -arit 'lir't *',I m i

tdf" bm ad after tN-4
November IM.:


toe VW Uline Mair"ib
Dutte, MateM bhit 10 a botL W lW'
bro's Herpckidt Aprti ,. and ba to
use it for ntlrn baldness. Tb hatr tol-
Ulel In hi msp wre maot n e a" l ta
26 days he had hair all over e bi .
On Julyl2 he writes* "adteo6ymy
b au thick and luxuriant as am em
eould wtsh." Newbro's HerpldeMdewr
on an o!d principle and with a newr .
covery-destroy the cause and 7n wN
move the effect Herplde destroys the
germ that causes dandru~, f fall bat
and Bally baldeeM so that vltwn =jk
cause gsoe the eff eunt Ctll f;
Stops falling hair at one andI a ft.
growth starts. Sold by I IIl.
druggist. Send 10c. In stamps for
to The Herpiclde Co- Detroit. MIa.
One Dollar bottles guaranteed.
Suwannee Drug Co., special aentl.

We have now a nimce lecea
line of Optical Goods o0
hand, and prepared
to give you the best attex-
tion pmsible. Eyes tested
free and all work guaranteed


W'l'iains' Indian Pile Ointmen I
v0i, cure hlnd, Bleeding and Itching
;'ils. it absorbs the tumors, allays
ilehing at once, acts as a poultice,
,ive"s instant relief Williams' In-
'iian Pile Ointment is prepared for
Pilrs and i'chling of the private parts
sold by druggists. mail 50c and $1.0,
NVilliams M'f'g Co.. Props., Cleve
land, 0. Suwannee Drug Co.

Mmadle your Repairs

Or are You Leaving it go

until the last moment-when
Winter will swoop down on us
and make you regret your de-
lay? Take a hint from us-
Get busy now with that now
building or repairi.,g you're
going to do. Wt're prepared
for you with the s'.ock of
LUMBER ani "Right" prices
that will please.

North florida lumber Co. UW DR OO.


Horses, Buggies, Mules, Harness,

Whips, Robes.


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Sold on a Guarantee that c

made on any other

Stove Manufactured.

Our Guarantee to Every Purchaser of

Cole's Original Hot Blast is:

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heat day or night.
q 4 That the feed

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door is,

and will

remain smoke and dust proof.

Come in and let us show them to you.






H. H. BROWN, Manager


Hustling for Evidence to Justify that
4-VCet Pamwenr Rate.
A force of over twenty auditors con-
nected with the main office of the Lou-
isvile & Nashville, headed by H. R.
Cutter, chief auditor of the entire sys-
tem, are in Penacola, although this
fact as not generally known. The men
are working in every department gath-
ering statistics. S me are riding
freight trains, checking every loaded
as well uas empty car, others are on
passengetrains doing similar work,
while many are at the freight and
union depots searching for information.
None of them will talk, and it was not
expected that they would.
The cause of this exodus of auditors
from the Louisville office to Pensacola
at the present time and the activity of-
the system is to find out the business
now being done over the P. & A. divis-
ion. This is due to the proceedings
brought by the Florida Railroad Com-
mission to lower the passenger and
freight rates on the division, the hear-
ing of which is now being conducted at
Louisville by U. S. Commissioner Wil-
The company is endeavoring to prove
that the business done over the P. &
A. division does not justify a reduction
in the passenger rate from four tc
three cents.
When the force of auditors will com-
plete their work is not known, as their
arrival and the work thev are doing is
shrouded somewhat in mystery. Pen.

sacola Journal.

Welborn Notes. J. M. Morgan made a business trip Rev. R. S. Gavin, a prominent Bap. The n
Miss Freda Hackney left this p. m. J to Cpitola tniweek. tist minister of Birmiugham, Ala., who mat dM
for Tallahassee after a few days visit t is now assured that the Welborn has been holding a series of meeting s M H
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. J. bank will be open for business, April 1, at Lake Cit*, was in this city Monday fat that I
Hackney. 1910. and Tuesday the guest of his old friend hi pFrp
Fatty (Ravmond) O'Cain was in town and schoolmate, CoL Ira J. Carter. a.ghbit
Mrs. J. T. owe returned from Jack- this week shopping. He purchased a Monday night he filled the Pulnit at the dio
sonville where she has been visiting postage stamp from our postmaster, Baptist church and preached a very placed W
her daughters, Mrs. I. Farmer and Mrs. and a box of red flag abe Pse ma men t
Mrs F. Wmnlter B. Zachary spent Thanks- Sunny Boy Selph is getting sweeter
s. WltrB. ZacharyspentTaks- every day now. He's grinding cane. i
giving with her brother, Dr. Ramond O'Cain is grinding O'Cane
Tison, of Live Oak. and making molasses this %eek. Special Attentioni
A. W. McLeran left Monday for Val- Dr. G. B. Smithson left this morning i
dosta on busmess. 'for a visit ? to Boston, Ga. CS o l o i
Miss Fannie Powers is at home for a Dr. T. J. Hackney visited Live Oak
few days vacation. on important business one day this, Stwlk of ladies ai
Miss Annie Hemming I ,,t for Wil. week.
liston Sunday. Miss Hemming isone Mr. .ernnin left last night for Ten-
of the teacher in the ilistn igh nesee, his old h( me, where he goes to
School. sell his farm and other property and
Mrs. A. H. Powers and children re-
turned to Jacksonville after several' permanently turn to Welborn to locate
weeks visit with her parents. Mr. and Arrangements havoc been perfected Wh e g ol
Mrs W. H. Ogden. for a party of Cleveland, (Oiio, tourists ng a1
Prof. Gifford Hall spent Thanksliv-to spend the inter tr ctive PriCe.
L I- VD. .* t sente inerbee"tr __ rie

ing with his parents at tO 'rien.
Miss Fannie Smithson spent Thanks-
giving with friends and relatives.
Andrew Miller was in town on bus -
ness Monday.
Mrs. W. I'. Moore and M!s \"era
Beel were in l.ive ()ik' Fritdav.
Maxie laisby s vi,,:tpgh hi-;, ints
for a few days.
T. A. Stub,is ;s hnft- t,-r a ;'\ layvs.
T. A. Adams a.,l dtaughbttr. Miss 1.,l-
lian, u ere in twn h'n,!,pi; r Mondlay.
Paul McMulh'n, a 1:' y-:tr old ,on ,of
C. WV. IMcMultlen, rin away from home
la.It 'Ihurlday and i- causing hi.< parents
considerable wu-orry a!d u easinest It
is thought he is near ElHaville.
It is rumored that p; rties from .Jzck-

Su.lmuinee Dentocrar, $1.00 a Year.

RICE Cleaning

I have leased the Welborn Rice
Mill until January Ist, 191o.
:;,id will commence cleaning
Rice on Friday. Nov. L2, and
will clean Rice each Friday
thereafter until Friday before
t'hristmas, and wiil clean ,n
Thursday, December 23.
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offered I

ojWe have a good stock, and will be pleased t
you call and see them when ready to buy.
(jGet ready for the cold weather now and a
Rush later on.

See our Special Number

The best cloak we have ever of21
at the price.
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Millinery, Ladies and Misses Re;
ments, Dry Goods, Hosiery, Clothing
wear for Woman, Misses and Boys.
lines mentioned will at sight prove t(
est and most complete Assortment
Each Department stands ready
Showing of Dependable Merchandise,
prove by inspection of Quality The


$1,6-- to --.----$4.50



ady-to-wear Gar-
for Boys, Under-
Each of these
Sbe the strong-
shown in North

with its Superb
every item will
fact that we


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t Loug Cost Suits for Misses and
M WoMen cut to....$7.48
-$16 Lon coat Suits, all
"ia Mjad colors,
-~~,-::--$- 10.98
sa~~ad $25 specially handsome
laetra valuescutto$18.98
itome of the handsomest
tirbon here, cut to $24.98
One t l Suits, sizes 13 to 16,
ma d colors, Special $4.89

Little Fellows Coat,

Short and Long.

Iym Fto Il

a Difi 3 mI IWtI M iI.

10 yards 36 inch,

close woven


Homespun .------.. -------... 59e

10 yards Riverside Cotton


thread, good and strong for _
10 yards medium weight Cotton
Bleached for -


Flannel 1-2

10 yards Extra Good Grade of Outing Flan-

nel assorted patterns for-. -
10 yards 36 inch Bleaching for


Best grade Calico, all Standard Brands at

per yard, only

All Wool Trico

the 35c grade,


Flannel in assorted

for the yard---



Complete line of Window Shades




to $1.00

7-foot Shade with






Some Bargains in
Coats and Skirts
One lot Ladies Cravenette Cots ex-
tra long, assorted colors, worth up
to $6, cut to--.----------
Mi Covert and oad h Coats
assorted colors, worth up to ,
cut to-..-------- ----$ .98

Women's Long Coats, in


colors, worth up to $12.50,
cut to---- ------$8.98
One lot Misses and Women's Wool
Skirts, fancy and mixed, in gray,
brown and blue, $5 values
cut to.----- --------.$2.98
$5 all-wool Panama Skirts, in plain
and striped, cut to------ 3.75
One lot Women's Voil Skirts, worth




cut to--------. -$4.98



Special Bargains,

$1.50 to $3.

Boys Pants 25 cents to 90 cents

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and Materials in great


dean speccilly selected for XMAS
HAY Gifts..
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Numberless Inducements to purchase a
New Fall Hat, awaits you in our Millinery
Department- The assortment of Tailored
and Fancy Effects in Ladies and Misses
Hats awaits your coming. Exceptional b r-
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for WOMEN and CHI
4 pair in a Box, price $1
Box, or 25c a single pair.
Looks Like Silk, Feels L


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Will Exhibit in the city of Live Oak for one solid week begiminH

Dec. 6th, Ending Saturday Night Dec. i


See the Big Minstral Show. Change of program each night

Palace, $20,000 worth of Electrical Effects in Moving Pictures.

Floreans Electric


the mysterious Flying Lady, a Hipnotic Act that gets them all to guessing.



the feature Show, the Big Hippodrone, the only one under canvas.

We have it

with this Company.

Come and see it.

The FREE ACT will take place every

Day and Night.

Prof. Kennell will make his Dive off a Ladder 105 feet high.

Come Out Arid Bring The Children.
All Shows are High-Class and moral----Don t think this a Street Carnival. It is
company of good Shows joined together, making it one big, jolly week for every a1

Will furnish the music at all times. Remember the date, M 0 N DAY, December 6thM


Big Days and Nights.

IaAT M FV T nd not counted for any other candi-: I;i:iuth-Su nitrate and Pepsin pre-
rlI fl 0 U fl0Ivon date. n vd ly a process which develops their
All nominations made by mail should greatest. i.owci to overcome digestive
be made to any of the above firm. di-turhance.
Two VWIuIbt WatChdS to Be The Democrat will give on yearly Rexall [)slspepsia Tahlets are very
GllVAway By tiltDemorat 1lbscriptions-(1.00: pleasant to take They soothei the
Md Two Af Wd \ 'One subscription..... 5J00 votes irritahle. weak stomach, strengthen
STwo of Weborn's Five subscriptions..... 5,000 votes andl in rigorate the digestive oraas,
Merchants. Ten subscriptions...... .... 10,000 votes,relieve nausea and indiesrioni. pro-
The above proposition applies to old niote nutrition, n ai ring alboat a fe;,I-
Commencing last Monday a voti subscribers renewing, as well as on new ing of comfort.
latest was inaugurated by the Nwsubsr tion If you give Rexall Dyspepsia T'rablets
Dmocrat and the Cash Mercantile' Now s the tia e onafo trial we will retun n y our
o pany and Malory & Moore, of girloryoung lady to get an elegant money` if you are not satisfied with
WIO watch free.
Vlborn. In this contest two valuable, the result. Three sizes. 5 cents, 50
i-karnt Elgm watches, 25 year guar- First Count ut Votes. cents and $1.00. Remneuher vou can
atued gold case, ladies' size, will be Iobtain Rexall Remedies in Li Oak
nawta y-^nde t t tlar'ies'~ Result of the votes, counted on last
gim &way-*neto the most popular oTnly at our store-The l-Y;dll Store.
mg Jladyreaiding m Welborn, and r Swn at Welborn.Dru .
Belle Newszome 1,$9 he Suw-anneer D~rug CuI.
t otberto the most popular young Belle Newsoe 1.49
Pearl Mo-zelv 55
bdy residing outside the town of Wel-
born and in Suwannee county or the Annie Hogins m 200
V~ illie Everett b4)0
western part of Columbia county. WR
Under the rules of this contest the Ruth Knight 300
ndersigned merchants will give 100
votes for every dollar's worth of mer- ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR A,
clandise sold for cash. GOOD STOMACH
The contest will open Monday, Nov.
A, 19A, and will close Fet 1, 1910. This Offer Should be a Warning to
On every cash purchase at the fol-
lowing houses votes will be issued; Every Man and Woman.
The Cash Mercantile Co., and Mallory Tle ntwpalerr ;11d tiitiiial i ii-jj
A Moore, Welborn, Fla., and subscrip- l,ha,,. dl t 4h nsa, rk eiatit,. to
tis to the Suwannee Democrat, Live a famous inilionairn'. tf-r 0of a ii-
Oak. Boxes for depositing votes will lion dollars for a tw 'rt1Ah.f
found at each of the above-named This gre:t niulti-nillion,tire was too
phees. busy to worr, about tht. conditions ( of
Relatives of any of the above firms his stomach. He allowed thids ep rl,-_
r prohibited from entering the con- ia to nin front had to %ir ,Iil in
tet. All societies, clubs, etc.. are al- If er i 1c e nl j fi
the *Lid i! l,eca~ie jlc; iu' Ii;,It IL it- ~ I"t 'ti~pyn
l* prohibited from entering. l. T 11^ A zr LOm plw on
prohibited from ng :ortufle should screrba. a vkarui'ini4 to ~WAY,~,V
Votes will be counted Tuesday ot Jvv Vay e
weekbyD.G B h nthbyDs.. EVry 0 S | % ho 1 t with l J p
U& weekr by Dr. G. B. Smithson, Vlath K,~ ..~.~~.1- ul i~

ret Mallory and A. J. Hembree, at "- .2 "La l
--' everything he owfs f>; a n ew

If your complexion is worth keep


BaUy won't suffer five minutes with Regulates the bowels, 1T
c'roup if 'ou apply Dr. Thomas' El easy natural movefmm#A
Sstipation-Doan's Regulets
trick Oil at once. It acts like magic. druggist for them. 2 ce* I




DR. BAILEY has a
4 splendidly equipped
4 Dental Office over
theSuwannee Drug i:
.4 Store. He is always
4 in his office on Friday
4 and Saturday and
.' can save you almost
.4 Half Price. Terms
Strictly Cash.
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We are going to retire from the Mecantle B and in order to dispose of our stock Puckly, we w~la sel

~vryarticle in the Store AT COST OR LESS, FOR CASH, and will sacrificeeverything to do thi

We have

a well selected stock, bought before the recent advance in prices, hence you have an opportunity to buy at less than
Some merchants would have to pay now. Our stock is a well selected, high-grade line of

Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

Underwear, Dress Goods, Groceries, Etc.

and many articles too-numerous to mention,

It will pay you to come many miles and lay in a supply of these goods.

Our goods are all new-We have no old shelf-worn stock to offer you.
from our stock before it is picked over-First to come gets First choice.

Call at once and

secure what you wish

Cash Sale----Remember You can get anything in stock at Actual Cost or Less





Live Oak, Fla.


la Alabama aaiast the Prohibition
Ameadmeat to Catittiotti.

- kmianham, Ala., Nov. 30.-The
Mtsn of Alabama yesterday declined
ta body prohibition in the organic
1e of the State, as they rejected the
matitutional amendment prepared and
Mi tted by the last legislature.
The opponents of the amendment
woN the victory by a majority exceed-
,lg 000, and the result is accepted
gtrally as a rebuke to Gov. Comer,
o has been an intense radical in
M leadership of the prohibition forces.
It is agreed that the result of yester-
ay's election will cause a modification
Of the present drastic temperance laws
whn the legislature meets, although
it is not expected that they will be re-
The large towns went heavily against
te amendment, while many of the
country precincts voted in favor of it.

Just as Scores of Live Oak People
Waiting doesn't pav.
If you neglect the aching back.
Irinary tr(oble,; diabetes, surely
Doan's Kidnt-y Pills relievv back-

New York, sole agents for the United
RememLer the name- Doan's-and
take no other.

Dogwood Tomatoes at the Pure Food

Notice is hereby given that I the undersigned
as guardian of the persons and estates of Cal-
houne Yancy Byrd. Flossie Byrd. Gums Byrd.
Chas. Brown Byrd and Clyde Byrd all infants
under the age of twenty-one years, Oa the Slt
day of December. A. D. 1909. will apply to Ha.
J. N. Conner. County Judge of Suwannae county.
Florida, at his office in the court house in the city
of Live Oak. Florida. at the hour of ten o'clock a.
m.. for an order authorizing me as such guardian
to sell the right title and interest and lease for a
term of years, the turpentine in the pine timber
on the following described lands, together with
the lese hold interest of any buildings and ap-
purtenances thereon, to-wit: NeV4 of sw', and
s of sw% and w4 of sei and ne% of se,. sec-
tion township 1. range 12 south and east; sw1
section 0. township 1. range 12 south and ast;
n't and n4 of swV and seV of sw% and nw% of
se6 and neV of rsea. section 16. township 1. rane
12southand eat: nt and na of sw andneW oi
seV. section 17. township 1. range 12 south ad
east; *% of se4 of swki. section 27. township 1.
range 12 south and east: wt of nw% and nw% of
swi, section 33. township 1. range 12 south and
east; wi of ne and nwa and sk2. section 5.
township 2. range 12 south and east: s, of neL4
and nw and n% of sw', and se,, section 9.
township 2, range 12 south and cast; :. of nw',
and sw of nwti, section 16. township 2. range
12 south and east; nw' and ski. section 17. town-
ship 2, range 12 south and east: ELt and se4 of
sw1,. section 18. township 2. range 12 south and
east; w' of net and nwtw and nwk of swL4 and
eti of swt. section 19. township 2. range 12 south
and east; entire section less net of ne' section
S25. township 1. range 11 south and east.
Guardian's Attorney.

Partition Sale.

Cure every kineyv ill Pursuant to an order of the Judge of the Circuit L j
Court 3rd Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and forV
Many people in this loca:lith recon- Suwannee county. in that certain cause wherein
S K P. W. Warren is complainant and Delia Small
RIend Doan's Kidney Pills. and Henry Small are defendants for partition of
H s one ca the land hereinafter described, we. the under- h
Meres one case. signed commissioners will. on the first Monday in to us to have p
N. L. Parrish. photographer, Her- Jnuary. 1910. in front of the court house door in
Live Oak. Fla. during the legal hours of sale,
nanda St., Lake City. Fla.. says sell at public auction to the highest bidder forlat t a d
"Some tie ago I %%as suffering 'i cash. the following described property, to-wit: atest and m o
Some tie ago as suffering from beginning at the northeast corner of the sw4 of
pains in nmy back and sides, often so ne"' of section 24. township 2. range 13 south and
es t. thence running south 210 feet; thence wet 106
severe that I had great difficulty in feet; thence north 210 feet; thence east 106 fet to

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$10.00 Men's fancy suits
15.00 suits, hand tailored (heviots
and Scotch Mixtures price
16.50 Men's Suits, exclusive designs.
newest shades and styles duringg thi.,
sale .--

20.00 Men's worsted( sL.its, lha(lndsome1ly
tailored, h and! finished in blue aind
lack, price


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$1.50( quality Wilson Boms. Mn's 1l I
get' shirts, (c ls attal c('
1.00 quality uil adras 4r ,.-rcat-l shirt ..
cutl's attache'(, pri 75c ( in lity 1n n 's iiiadtra- o(w pIr(;tii
shirts. d(lts;rail pal t rt .- <- ttI':-
tachIe(ld, i'ic'
5c (lu;nality Tal'i l Ipr, sal I'
75cr (iualitTv latl&, Iinens, sale IPrlce

$3. 98


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$6.00 Men's Shoes, best makes, all style
toes, price ----- ...- -- -----. --. -----. $3.97
4.50 Men's Shoes, best makes, all style
toes, price' ....... 2.98
3.00 Men's Shoes. best makes, all style
toes, price .... 1.79
2.00 Men's Shoes, best makes, all style
toes pri ce 1.19
l-:Iy S 1,('hoe included in this sale


Im. k-.~i. vc ach -le
12 "!T1(,\\v(l. ext VX large, I)ice thSCe
15;c kW'-.Ihidail(m' colored bl l)OPltS. ex-
tra lartge. pieeach 9c
25(- To~vels gULa !afltC&(I lure I-C IK-ie. airi
(W hem 'i)st.it ched bot riders. price 21 e
()Iur flitic -to(kl\ (t' fine table linens, white
aid ma lutch, all go( iflthis

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$6.00 Boys' suits, all sizes and kinds,
price ....-----....-------. ---..------.......----- ..$2.98
4.00 Boys' suits, all sizes and kinds,
price ----------------------------...............................---- 1.98
3.00 Boys' suits, all sizes, and kinds,
price ------- -- .-- ... ---. -----. 1.29
Boys' Overcoats included in this sale

S;.oo \ ,i andl 'Panama Skirts in all th
n w '1,lors and black, sale price


$2. 681

Hsarkrerchiefs, Big Line,
worth 5 and 1Oc now 3 1-2c

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$1.00 boys pants, fine cashmere, double
seat and knees, size 6 to 16, price ....
75c grade boys pants, cashmere and
worsted, double seat and knee, size 6
to 16, price ........- ... ...- ......-
50c grade boys pants, cashmere and
worsted, double seat and knee, sizes 6
to 16, price -........
$3.50 Ladies' high and low quarter shoes
in all leathers, price .....'.
2.50 Ladies' high and low quarter shoes
in all leathers, price- ..
2.00 Ladies' high and low quarter shoes
in all styles, price
Misses and Children's shoes at less
factory cost during sale.





20c dress linens in all colors at 11c
35c Wash Pongees at...... 17c
10c quality check Nainsooks 6ic

Bleaochings, all lri'nd, yard
wide for 7c.

The Most Gigantic Money-Saving Opportunity Of

75c quality, 8! and 42 inch
worsteds, guaranteed to 1
and all colors, price ........
50c quality 36 inch suiting
of colors, all new patterns.
13rillintine. 42 inches wide,
now at ....... ....- .. ...
Suiting worth 90c a yard ,pri
Ladies Shirt Waist Pong.ee
Lawn, Embroidery work.
now ...
Amoskaeg Gingham, worth
Check Amoskaog, worth 10(
A big lot of Mercerized W
worth 25 and 35c, now

Men's Und e rwei
Quality fleece Liz
per Suit.

Other Big B
in our hou



fcred in Many

The above Prices will surely convince you that this sale is i ist as we advertise.
RUBENSTEIN CUT DRICE SALE --December 1st, 1909 to January 1st, 1910.

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The best goods at cut prices will prove all we claim, and more.

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LIVE OAK, Florida.

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G;t hew, d Sey, r; ~For egantt ( aiuism pestsai m "
&sof- 1 U e. Oak W_-byi. imn away at W l -
SW mff i rm. WilW Kaml as ruadI Am heIo bor y mt ,ue
a .kA at& L P P M. poitioawiith the YMdle wo ^ hG.Im a eSt uml ui
Mr. ad Mn. Rui mphrey, of eeryCo., ad as aeeepted a POS thM we. It h a im
Brnated, ce up Tmausy foria few with the Soothera Bsiness Coie aC Ua g r U m
days' Vit to r tle teacher of steeoraphy. abom" iat_ et
m line of chocolate candies at R.L Nic line red mated sweet potatoes mmi ad minstrel iatertiu t aad
White's -finet that grows, at the Pure Food tbrf acts, ad aid a the pict.
r T. J. McBeath, of Mayo,was Groery. re divrity there wi be ie
in Live Oak Tueday, theguestof Mrs. Mr. Wetmoreland, Mr. and Mn. thin to plae all leitie taste


d~iet oto thb
-sme s being a
~sd~rftfm some wme
at an and give it ra hk

0.. McCollum.
Freh line California canned goods at
S. P. Mays'.
Mrs.B.B. Hughes, of Monticello,
is in our city the guest of her son,
Contractor Hughes, and family.
Red pepper and sage in bulk for mak
ing sausages, at R. L White's.
Buckwheat and maple syrup at S. P.
Mrs. Sarah E. Dunn and little daugh-
t ter, of Waycross, Ga, spent Thanks-
giving in our city, the guests of Mr.
Dunn, train dispatcher for the L. 0.,
P. & G. They returned home Sunday.
Fruit cake, pound cake marble cake
for Xmas at S. P. Mays'.
Mr. Jordan, a prominent business
man of Boston, Ga., was in town a few
hours Wednesday. Mr. Jordan was on
his way home from a iew days' visit to
friends at the Park.
Nice piece of silver with every pound
of Hero-coffee at S. P. Mays'.
Mrs. W. J. Robinson, of Dowling
Park, accompanied by her two boys,
were in Live Oak Tuesday, en route
home from Jacksonville, where they
had been visiting relatives and enjoy-
ing the carnivaL.
Every customer at Wolfe's gets a
chance at Christmas presents.

Mr. H. F. Dexter and her daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ed Porter and Miss Ruby
Dexter, arrived home Saturday from a
stay of several weeks in Atlanta. The
friends of Mrs. Porter will be gratified
to learn that her health is greatly im-

18-inch seasoned pine
per cord of 16 feet.

wood, $3.50
Phone 245.

Will Kennedy, Misses Maggie Holmes,
Lois iggins, Logan and Susie Kenne-
dy went to Houston Tuesday night to
the sugar boiling at Mr. Sam Kenne-
Finest assortment Cchristmas cards
at Wolfe's.
Buy your Xmas fruit cake at S. P.

Cheapest place m t town to boy your
groceries at R. L White's.
Capt. C. B. Willard, who has bee
managing the Dowlinz Park hotel, at
Dowling Park, has ac-epted a postit
as manager for a large plantation hear
Greeville in Madsn courty, ~and~4
move there in the n v few days and
take charge. CaDt. Willard. as aat.

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I punrchased the pronrrty for L. A.
Mrs. Laura K Taylor gave an inter- Thompson, of New Jersev. t ho, with
testing talk on India at the Second Ad- his family, will spend his winters there.
vent church Tuesday evening. Mrs.'The Democrat congratulates the owner
Taylor is president of the missionary of tHis plantation upon his selection of
board of the Second Advent Church. Mr. Thompson is to dot
See has pent the last year in India, hunting and fishing and will spend the
and those who failed to hear her lec- greater part of the winter in thatrec-
ture missed a treat. reaction, and in Captain Willard he will
SThe new grocery store-The Pu:e have a congenial companion, a gentle-
Food Grocery-is the place to buy pure man who not only loves to hunt and
fancy groceries. The best on the fish, but who knows exactly how, and
market. can show you as good a time with gun
and rod as any man in Florida. Be-
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. sides, he will look after Mr. Thomp-
Homer Fryer, of the Rossburg settle- son's interests on the plantation as
ment. will be pained to learn of the closely as though it were his own prop-
death of little Bessie, their baby erty, and give a strict account of ev-
daughter, which occurred Sunday erything entrusted to his care.
night. The baby was laid away Mon- About 500 of men's and women's
day afternoon in Philadelphia ceme- .. ~, &p T Wk;t'a

tery. The Democrat extends sympa-
The Pure Food Grocery, M. L. Har-
nage, proprietor, has a splendid stock
of fresh staple and fancy groceries.
Give him a call-Parshley building.
T. D Dexter, who is attending the
Georgia Military Academy, arrived
home yesterday and will be here until
after the holidays. He was taken ill
with fever Sunday and it was feared
that he had typhoid, but he was clear
of fever yesterday, and no doubt will
be able to be about in a few days.
Phone No. 151, Pure Food Grocery,
for quick delivery.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Fox, of
'Spokane. Wash., Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Kyle and Mis Rebecca Kyle, J. Lee
Ensign, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hyde, of
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard P. Hopkins and little daughter,
Irene, D. M. Lewis and A. E. Wrig-
glesworth, of Live Oak, who formed a
merry party that spent several days
last week on a cmp-hunt on Econfenia
river, returned Sunday evening over
the L O., P. & G. They report an ex-
ceptionally good time. The members
of the party from Jacksonville, with
the exception of Mrs. J. W. Hyde,
made connection with the S. A. L,
and returned home Sunday evening.



Help Yo'

Kt W. W. Garder, of PadmKy, tried m
Think Cardui is just rand. I ha been um itf
I am 48 years o!d and feel like a dilret woman, ra is
taking it. I u.,d to suffer from bearing down ai,
=ad sleeplessness, but now the pains are all goe ad I
I highly recommend Cardui for young and ld Tiy

Mrs. Hyde went to White Springs and and walked out the fint
will visit friends there for a few days. fourth month into a
The peculiar properties of Chamber- a salary of $5500 per
lain's Cough Remedy have been spent ix month in klai
thoroughly tested during epidemics of ing and shorthand, ad an I
influenza, and when it was taken in a position that pay$ .U i

time we have not heard of a single
case of pneumonia. Sold by Barclay
& Groover Druggists.

Why Educate?
Because themind is inactive until
educated to do something. The cheap-
est and most profitable education is
that which trains the mind to do some-
thing. Every person should, at least
be dslff staiag. Thoand of young
people a throw out a the word ev-
ery year abb to arn a livelihood.
A few moths spot in a school of
traibig wll proe worth many time
the expeditore of time and money re-
quired for the training.
Listen! One young man pent three

These are only two dt the
people we have prepared
goodpoitioa. Dosit pyq
CATE! Our students a I
We have more call for or
than we can supply. Do yn
good position at good Maimf
do, come and let us n yi y
vice. We have on specl
January opening. Everyt l
that belongs to an ptoA*sl0
-oe -Special ppat
tho who are backwad in
branches Day and niht
Students enter at any time
work for their needs. W bD ~
wish to better your prLs sf
Address SOUTHERN Mta
COLLEGE, Live Oak, Fls, L HI

moths in our Telegraphy Department, too, President.

Just Received Another Carload




Third Carload







Our business is better this fall than ever before.

and Wagons than we had ever hoped for.

We are selling more Mules, Horses,

But we are prepared to do a big business.


We have six

Sales Stables in Florida and therefore buy in large quantities.

We keep one buyer on the market

buying all the time.

He is there to take advantage of every good bargain offered.

For this reason

we are in a position to sell Mules, Horses, Buggies and Wagons at a lower price than parties who

must buy in smaller quantities.



They are

in fine condition, sound

as a dollar, and are well broke.




We Sell for Cash or Time or Will "Swap" With You.

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fuum ulug ILI, UMtl at, 1%. 1j I" U1 LC Z

relably. SPriwee r ceats per btte.
Sld by Suwannee Drug Co.

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^S4 Item".
i in nicilylv
Cklra O'Han
&w.e is very

at this
as tea-
good at

L riws filled his regular
at Peachville Saturday

Sweat, acco npanied by
ppis. Miss Nonie Phillips,
Sfoks Saturday and Sun-

d the young folks from this
is the show at Live Oak last

of young people enjoyed a
at Mr. N. N.. Lacquey's
Lacquey and Mr. J. S.
wife spent last Sunday with
iNm. LC. Sweat
i Mrs Sanford Beach enter-
Isl mmmu w ol fols lot Sunday.
lawlwm Iscquey was the guest
iI w65t last lt Sunday.
Jlwm Odom called on Mrs. M. J.
INy afternoon.
i byi Gilly, who has been spend-
b9 days at Tampa, has returned

t Gore Timmerman is anxiously
Mg e arrival of an enlarged
*of his lady friend.

A Hearty Appetite
Ipat most babies have, but is of no
t to them if they have worms.
sure your baby is not troubled
them. Sure symptoms-always
they r in g s u n d e r t h e e y e s, n o t
ig n weight and yellow corn-
A few doses of White's
3s- -

Bauar Net Week. y l ^ \
On Thursday of next week, Dm 3
the 'arnem t Workers of the Ml PI _=Mtns you f
church will hold a bazaar at the store makes you an easy victim for organic
of J. C. baisdfen, on Howard street. diseases. Burdock Blood Bitters purl-
Sis not l a* a bdkerchief sale, but' ties the blood--ares the aue-.
*tire wilkt AI y beautiful hand- builds yom up.
:lile articles f r sale suitable for
brsltmas preseos. These Earnest
Workers wil hob the sale all day time dwnear for the ha-
Tursday, but these who go early will zaar, the Earmnat Workers of the
t the cboice of these pretty and use- !Methodist church grow more entho-.
ful articles. There will be an abun- astic, and a mot oyable ad proit-i
dance of their home-made candy. able meeting wM held at the pMarm-
Lou't forget tuis bazaar. age Tuesday,, with Mrs. Atkio nas!
hostess. The bazaar is to be held next
Thursday at J. C. Baisden's store, and
Her Heart was Broken the ladies willhave ca sale all kinds
because ter coniplexi(n was ad and i of home-made candies, as well as
she could rind nothing to clir it up. handkerchiefs and fancy-work galore.
Ladies: a bad complexion is caused The ladies of Live Oak would do well
by an inactive liver. An inactive liver ta go early and make their purchat s
will be put In perfect condition by before the articles are picked over.
taking Ballard's Herbine. The un-
equalled liver regulator. Sold by Su-
wannee Drug Co. Suwannee Democat, $1.00 a Year.

The Truest and Best. I W$ Dtewlp n
-,,, -. .. u .I. n ..r WW 1 n ra, ,ih r& 1A,

i nre rls a ma lu or wtou
Who wears a mile all the year round;
He's as bright as bright can be.
The' he's feeble you may see.
He's always kind ad Wweet
To all the children he may meet;
There's dewdrops and daisy, so to speak.
Violet and buttercup 'plup and sweet.
These just a few of the mrry fairy band
Who always cling to his hand;
And winding up. I'll confas
Of all the merry fairy band he's the truest and

Health is Youth.
Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age.
Herbine, taken every morning be-
fore breakfast, will keep you in ro-
bust health, fit you to ward off dis-
vase. It cures constipation, bilious-
nt-ss. dyspepsia, fever skin, liver and
kidney complaints. It purifies the
blood, and clears the complexion.

Next week will be one of rare en-
joyment for the amusement lovers of
Live Oak. The famous Maryland

rau 3ccu tl ug
now rady, rive the fullt
inOmatia about al
Seeds or t6i
Fa&M d Garcn,
Gramse and Clovmn
Vetchui AIInk
Seed Wheat. Oat.
Rye, Barley, etc.
A lMteWldAabout
Vegetale & wer Seeds
that an be planted in the l to
advante and prot, and about
ymtoi eT s Ml dot A Aa
lowrltg Bus, Vtab4tlnd
Stawbrry Pasts Poiulry
Sep*. and FulS.m
hT hrnMr lm 6Buigr sMoMld
h a thato. It li Invaluble in
ets hlpfulnw ad suotfriVe Idea for
a proftabln sad SCtory Farm or
Garden. wI tsd L on
reqUt. W rAlrt.
/ Sedsmnw MRhmond, Va. CV

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Doat you take any interest in meal time? Des
food fil to tempt you? Have to force yourel to
eat, and even then your stomach rebels at taking
You need something for your liver. That argan
is liable to get out of order at this season. We have
a number of good liver remedies that will t you
right and make you fed hungry again.
The surest and best cf these is RexJall U9
Salts. It will stimulate and regulate the action o
your liver and bowels without griping. It never hi
in it- results and is pleasant to take. Sold with thi
Rell guarantee. Extralarge pa oge, 5.k

Suwannee Drug



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Remiatered under the Fitted with the Latest Improved Instruments
State Laws of Florida for Examination of the Eyes.


Houns: 8 tu 11:3 A. M.. and 1 to:.W P. M.


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Mic haels- ster n

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Michaels-Stern Garments

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WE like to startle you with phenomenal values, more
goodness in fabrics, more gracefulness in style lines,
more adeptness in tailoring than you are accustomed
to. That's how we always have and will continue to
win our trade and hold it. We expect to win your
patronage by displaying to you one of these swagger
Michaels-Stern garments that have been so faithfully
tailored as to represent the exact counterpart of a
custom-made garment as produced by the high cost
individual tailor. The Fall Models of Michaels-Stern
Suits and. Overcoats are ready for your choosing; you
have but to call, state you. wants, try on as many
garments as your fancy dictates, and we assure you
of the selection of either a Suit or Overcoat that will
fit both your purse and your ideas.
Come and visit us just as soon as you can. Our entire Fall Series of Models
is ready for showing.

$10.00 'O $25.00

Our line of Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Shoesi

Are of the very best.
and can fit anvbodv.

We always carry a full stock of the goods



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Saturday Morning, Dec.

Our entire Stock will be on
display for your inspection.



Lowest Cut-Prices Ever

Offered at Any

Prices cannot be mentioned on account of some goods being deayed enroute, b
will be here in timefor the opening of our GREAT CARNIVAL SALE.
Come and see our display of New Goods-all of which are included in this Great Sale-Cossting of a Big la <
Men's Fine Suits, Boys' Suits, Men's Pants, Boys' Pants'
in Knickbockers, Biggest Line of Shoes ever Displayed in

any Store.

Big assortment of New Goods in our Dry

Goods and Underwear Departments.

cles and all that'(

All the above arti-

in our Store will go at Lowest Cut-Prices.

About 2,500 yards of 10 and 121-2c Outings
during this Carnival Sale for

Your Special Attention.

Your Special Attention is called to our new feature:

this Sale with each $10 purchase, at Sale prices,


we will give a $2.50

Beautifully framed Picture, FREE; Your own selection from a large
nikanurdA fginwrtmpnt

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