S ** 5 **
L" A. m&.IaOW
FALL DISPLAY OF LADIES
in Ladies' Tailored
Suits and Skirts, q
A splendid line from
which to select from
the best manufactur-
ers in the United
States, and made es-
pecially for us. q
Every arment in the
latest styles and col.
ors Lades Dress
Goods In all the new
colrs and shades;
SilWs, Woolens and
Fancy Cotn Stripe
with trihmings and
buttons to match.
SITS, SITS AND DRESS
W. B. Corsets in all the New
Late Styles and Shapes at
CORRECT FALL F.'SHIONS FOR MEN AND BOYS
FALL IS HERE AND
wt' ,i n nounce our
re(alinIess to show all
tha latest designs and
styles tn Men's and
Bo ,s' Clothes, as de-
,retd dt)h the. world of
l,,!,t Ne\ ,.r have
W1, tl()P'vVd' sa season
vvith ,s Ittractlve a
isIpla) (ts we now
have. C The S. & M.
I-IPP O WO -L EN I
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LIV *;C ~j.
. i ri
...aI..-wr ii i
"s'i r W m **
y taiwimi I a7 Id.
a# a WK 7"m
be was ,is a ays MtM
a not a him to b* I
of hidm t h Spmo hesm wrt.
: hen, he etook e of the mvn
1i on open to him, and we a g St,
f &d, muor t ho oar ret S wd t
b many Laksd frie& Sahe*w
dtriou oad reible, a e is a trse
i ay ote which hi not oprem.
pl-iUnetting by had Bide w. aia
tan o high ie to ples, f theis pri
d tifty, mcyi to o a nie me t tet
when he feels like quitting work, he
wMl be able to do o. This oef app
predates honorable and coucintiss
Seployees more than most aytt
ede, and while it has been fortaMt is
attracting and retaining sch, we r
epect to have one more atifaetry
B al respects than CoL Joa A.Greub.
More Daville Pred.
JicobSchrall, 432 South St., D .
ile, Ill., writes: "For over eibghte
aoths Iwasa afferer from kidey
mnd bladder trouble. During the whok
.-nie was treated by several doctors
and tried several different kidey pills.
BSen weeks ago I commenced takia
dley's Kidney Pills, and am feeha
be, tr everyday and will be Md to
t ll anyone interested just what Foey's
ideyl Pills did for me." Florid
Book and Drug Co.
By a vote of five to one, Lakeland
Wried a $66,000 bond issue for public
I aprovementa onday.
Mrs S. Joyce, Clarmont, N. H.,
Srites: "About a yearago I boouht
two bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy.
SIt cred me of a severe case of kidney
trouble of several years standing. It
'. mainly is a grand, good medicine, and
I heartily recommend it." Elorida
Book and Drug Co.
By the explosion of a locomotive be
qging td the Camp Lumber Co., at
White Spri last Friday, J. H. Da
vi, the engi was killed, and Wil
bwly, the tremp, painfully hurt.
Walton Cmty's Big Corn Yield.
Saturday was the day for the report
Shield of corn grown in the contest
h agurated by the Breeze last spring
bk which premiums aggregatinu $S
we offered for the largest yields ol
Scrn grown this year, but only one re-
port was submitted, and that by A.
W. McCollough, who sant in the fol-
"Before me personally came Wm.
Currency and D. B. files, being by me
Srt duly sworn deposes and says that
they measured up ninety and one-
fourth bushels of corn off one acre
grown by A. W. McCollough."--De-
The above is the name of a Gei
1 p umavu I
06 ib =a wpow ora
9 m t pow t9wLivoThei
You may -"seaS *. dpm6r1 no-o m wr *-sad
o" rm aa -e mb bw amep"" o f w
""%as toos b"li.4 me.. .44Aw"A ,su.ojhi6usbra Cs 9 hW
'5"., 9w ewt1.- --_-- umntp Awe mad thau rn.lwa
The perfnws hseusptil uA~b. a m ta )am
%mm em 4"m
31A3A3 OSt AITa
"e ad o aW i ml t6a
saeft aI hl bhe lawMd her ap gs. aM n i The frm i de aW the
am. Am or ea rp~Vren to bhad i pee ppw sl thb e as
came to be hued a as l enb I ifta tM emwt~l w r say h mbeek s
oa or ovr aty ste or tres oft eor gFo of1 P*Nm psw riir s rates I
City of UvLe Oak. rnf4a. pard I ka *t th 110e Pesater ItlUo in t1
rwk. gravwl or othe her bae u rf alt s t Ok. ra to t av his
tecral. ay le4d d Smter M the mW wk ore ayr Owr the papuse of
3.500 pounds, na ewws hrb d wa e MIta si e r ur hagg ep tor
slats of an ar'ril which ru onet t carr-iag tr er or tnisportatto.
dtvd4l, sad aw i-re. roAfrm wor ao ad u) pIrs Tvela the promv
purationt k t olatlag t vw p srovtess of li** I l t' *NIsar ai upa C 1
this wctie shall apc** re n vMk vr'tUM tfIfbe p albed by a M
therefor. he pulabhed hy a e of mng *in ~ *ds 25 pr t taprt t
exceding ~ms ee or by taprianrm( It t ('Cty prisr I r a pured ot o-
in the city prioa sot .iee M ug t1 ea s4 days. or by both sech seb
ninety days. or hv both a d I a U implrasmtem t M the dltcrtifo of
priasemeft at the dlwrrti, of th.(e Mayor Proldd. howwvr. that
Mayor. any hac-km maa for thd purpose of
Section 2. Aay p ermn. firm or c*r f ast'itn any pasmtMer to or fr)m any
poratioa who shall run or operalt or poswnr rain arritfti at said depot.
cause to Ib run or operated any lg may *lave his said d ack fwr such time
timber or turpentiln cart or carts onl as may t. ncMesary therefore.
wagon or wagons, on or over any of kSetion 2 That this ordinance shall
the public streets of the City of Uw So laIto fwet immediately upon its ap-
Oak. Florida. shall keep the portion of proval hi thhe Mayor.
such street used by them in as good J E WOOD.
donation and repair u the portion of President of City Council.
the same street. or other streets of Attest
said city in the same vicinity, aot A H IE WIN. City Clerk.
Used by them or kept; and any such I. A H Lewan, City Clerk of the City
t person, frm or corporation who shall oI Uve Oak. Florida, do hereby certify
tal, neglect or refuse to repair amy that the fore(oll Ordinance No. 82
l street or streets. damaged by such wu regularly ped by tWe City
carts or wagons, as required y t Couscl1 on the tbh day of November.
provisions of th seeton, within 10 A. D 1. and the same is hereby
days after such damaIes shall have certiled to the Mayor for his approval.
been done, or such repairs be needed. Witness my hand and the seal of the
t shall upon conviction for such neglect, saI City. this sth day of November,
t failure or refusal. he punished by ne A D 1H. LEWIN.
Snot exceeding $500.00 or by llmprin- A Cl r
ment.not exceeding ninety days. or by lerk
both fine and imprisonnwnt in the dir- Examined and approved by me this
t creation of the Mayor. the sth day of Novrmtwr. A. ) 1909.
chemical, which is one of the rrany
valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney
SRemedy. Hexamethylenetetramine is
recognized by medical text books and
authorities as a uric acid solvent and
antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley's
Kidney Remedy as soon as you not ce
any irregularities and avoid a serious
malady. Florida Book and Drug Co.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
ibles, Test ments, etc., for sale at
the printing office at Dowling Park.
Section 3. Aniy person. firnm fir cor
portion, not a resident of the citv of
Live Oak. who shall hav dlriamani
any street as described in Si~.tii,n I
of this Ordinance in the 'it rf I.;v,
Oak, by a violation of Sectito n :2 of thix
Ordinance. may be required to Oive a
good and sufficient hond. cor;nditiiivil,
to remunerate said (ity of .i\., i aK,
for such damages sustained, i ln !.*r th'
provisic ns of this ordinaryr ', s;'ai, '*,,n'
to he fixed by the, .Ma~or ;inr l -ha;il !n
sufficient to con er a'l ~.-s!h l ii :..It z
Section 4. l'U n 'h. f.,!;, '
person, firm tor ('rpol, ;'li; ', it**'
such Lond, it shall 1,. the,' i ; 1\ 'h".
Marshal to attach an\ :i.i a!:,. i'';.'
erty of such person, ti:Fi ,:- (.irrl iA)!
tion. sufficient t(i seciur. t1'). ('; if
Live Oak for such ldar;aia.'- ';i .-l i;i
der the provision of this ar"
Section 5. That this or i ai,ti,. .ti
go into effect infi ,l- i;to!i ,'' ,i ,,4
passage by the (C)uncil an Il ., ';( .i i
by the Mayor.
Passed by the City C(',on ti ; ;l
day of Novemlber. A. l'*(1'.
.1 F \\'()() )
President of c'O (', II ;
Attest: A. H. LEWIN.
1, A. H. Lewin. Cit. (',1 ,,' r,
City of Live Oak. Florida. ldo, ',r.t
certify that the forevtnn (r,:;anl.
RE Mr NcKriLL .
Ordinance No. 83.
An ordinance reqwlring -ho s and cir-
4 Ij'l Wih. lia i 'a l dtri!.s or ox.
T! I,, r'r i:I rhf ''''Ife s 'It the City
f !.i-, l~torid.t to) pay. a lctt
_._LU55W ---ao- r
ud(5-" a~ril .1WFasd saW. edm5,
'"~~- e" of awUadJ~ll
Is teL w nd
Kr5.in&3TL Guardian.s Jw
L am 8 as ib arrd ask 9% ad Wi o
ownI3L :L law trr
,w a d a am
ow W Sew out" im sot atrta
to mft L v~wlow 11 M& wd OwL
I gewfta' Aumma
Poumt tom a wr tf Jadnlof the Cireit
Omi J delml Cetiratef orid in ad for
aWANMIl mAa-dusda thIfor partioa" of
St Mrdw.ifUtarb w the uder-
d amdimltm wla. m the Ia Monday i
: ., ob( thkA cO ur th dO n m
S s aiethe lm o hiurmat o se
mMa a a m o the hiaht wr for
5 e pwI. ase powprt. t.-wit
H-- m-thet urneroft a waof
mi utBMmi ras 13 e math m
** *-hLs ga, t barat Ml fa Mee
d I Br- n acti en afasalf awre i
SWM iM4. rV61b6
R. L. xCNM LL,
L F. P.AMnL.
J. L Jei"I.
5tM of Appletiot for Padi .
WbmiOnM the UIA dy of Juo MI the
-ml ial was e vi l i tl Criminal Curt
S ibmdforSt waamms county, Forids, of the
ftm f bribery sdW a ws sMtaad to the Sate.
rmt of thel ato Flord to be mplraleat
e er for tseried of four (4) yeam
New. tbher)n. meticis he iventhat on
Mua th- si lr t dayd o Dwee 1er. I will
rI the ba ofi Pudom of the Stae of
mi t tleC OSWt the Statein the ey of
lMhMue (I) forpwdm for mid offmu (2)
Sof the puai bmet that wa
esead ma (2) for c ne other rell a said
bomd4 o Puor- mr d it expedient to rnt.
ive Oak. Fa.. NaRmberi 1909.
Legal N ice.
The -adr ied a Gumdia the estate of te
fU li namd ua to-Vit Verml William,
Ro rt Wda May W s ad VYa Will
bl ImMt gives notiMte t h e will apply u
suhe Guardi to Hom J Commr. Coauty
Judge f Savnaus county. Frli s,rat his o a
ti theo rt bo of mid cat am the 14th day
f DNember. 1M,. for authority to ed the un-
dividd e"inth intestt of eah of the above
namd mima in adw to the sth half of south-
et qourtar of motuwt quarter, amd sothast
quarter of southwest quarter, aud uthwest
quarter ofsoutMat qartr of aetiona ; north-
wet qart of orthst quarter. Ite ten (10)
aerm on ths~ idend the ntrth half of north-
st quart ad southeast quarter o northwet
quartr of section all In township 4 south,
of runs14 eat. ia Suvaaw county. Florida.
T. C. WILLIAMS.
Gardin for abovo amed minors
Bill of Complaint
In Circuit Court. Third Judicial Circuit of Flori-
da. in and for Suwannee County-In Chea
Alice Hammond. emplainant, va. ShermanHam-
To Sherman Hammond, defendant-Greetd
You are hereby commanded ad required to aV-
pear to the Bill of Complaint exhibited against
you in the above styled cauae on Monday. the 0th
day of December. A. D. 1909: otherwise the alley.
rations of said bill will be taken as confessd by
and against you.
It is further ordered that this notice be pub.
lished in the Suwannee Democrat, a newspaper
published in said county and State, once each
week for four consecutive weeks.
This November 18th. 1909.
J. W. BRYSON.
[Seal] Clerk Circuit Court
In circuitt Court, State of Florida.
th r7 f
Cnes in Sulwmnawaiif
< S B mrr i, Ihrb l, --Ii
.ftM... .a.. ..t i 4
i dbor uk Sawa
C M. 5
catrt P olI 4 P AMby
UWAKfh, hNF Ca
For Sbale Swamee Dr aQ
M E. BROOME,
ATTORNEY & COUNSuLOAT
UVIV A. : W n a, .
WW pnecthn aD ne mates aoIfts
hi alttios gives to comC e ite,
f Rest.at. A buariness n
DR J.W.* WSI,
PHYSICIAN AND SUI
Offices up-srs over J. C.
store, the two front room of
were formerly oc cpied by Dr
York. Cals promptly
hours of the night aswe tl a thi
Practice anywhee in the eo .
cellently equipped offices forA
of e;,minatiuUo of internal
and treatment for same.
DRW. m, McRA
Office, second floor Lewin bild~'k
office rooms formerly occupied I,. ,
Dr. L M. Dixon.
DR. A. S. YORK ,
Citizens Bank Building
Presidence Phone 162.
Ive OW1, Vf
L E. ROBERSON,
ATTORNEYS-:- AT -:- LAW.
Will do general practice in State ad
tr .,r ;i.r. ire'-rl!inio:3 a Narissy Joyner et a.. complainants vs. James LIVE OAK.
;.. '.i, frr f al':r ~. ,t -ac('h tax. Howard et al.. defendants. Third Judicial
l. It ,n:.!.illi. iiiC h Miaor aild the T Circuit. Suwannee County-In Chancery.
To Emma howard. one of tle defendanta-
, (iroeting:.j E. W (
F, .i',, It appicring by affidavit appended to the bill
.., ..,i i I tiled in the a)bve stated cause that the residence *
r uf Emma Htward, one of the defendants therein
'' ll\ i. >il i.%,"'t Ir nani-md. is to the complainants unknown, and that ATTC
,i \.: ', .: I: I; i there is no)peron in theStateof Florida the ser-
v' ;e of subpoena upon whom would bind said de-
S i.. ftendant. and that said defendant is over the ae Legal papers
.: .. .'. 1, 1 ;,;(rT l'" f S('h of twenty-one years; it is therefore ordered that
;*'a,.' ii' '1 ;,I. Lt i '. (4'., ,'f l.i\,. Mid nrn-resident defendant be and she is hereby
required to appear to the bill of complaint filed in
o h a1 ",' ~ id cau.e on or before Monday, the 17th day of Will practice
(,r .\!.! I*,.. I(,: '.th s0 i h;(h ,;ara'. ,r January. A. ). 1910. otherwise the allegations of
$, i bill will be taken as confessed bysaidde- Room
fendant LIVE OAK
S ., r '. i l Cr It is further ordered that this order be published
';..l ;t.,:,i '.i ,h the once a week fur eight consecutive weeks in the
Suwannee Democrat. a newspaper published in
,' .,' : ( -I'. (: ,nty a.d State.
,!. .. Th. N..u"Jr lo th, 1909.
II; $.')*)'J. W. IRYSON.
.-l Clerk CircuitCourt.
..:'lI .I :ic l, iKR.sON,
.I' t::, S<'licitor for Complainantis.
tU l' S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. O
*';., :i H.- Nov. 6,.1909.
at ;l ; No twice is hereby given that Murry Willis. of
('Brien. Florida. who on February 12th, 1904,
-A t-AL'#- k- -,-
PHoni No. 190.
ORNEYA T-LA W.
carefully and promptly
in all the State Cortn.
3, Lenin Building.
J. L. LEE
Live Oak, Fla.
Will practice in all the court.-.
fice second floor Parshley building.
DR. L. M. DIXON
I V'P Al NITlrZ
A .. ..
For the Holiday
Why not an attractive
piece of Furniture ? It
is the most serviceable
branch one could
Every one of the family
would appreciate such a
Our stock is com-
ment. : : :
and let us show you
Iam d"WW-0, MIL
Wi b 4Ua
Sanitary Leather Couch-
es, Draperies and Cur-
tains, Orkntal Rugs,
Ladies Desks, Ranges
Stoves and everything
in the Furniture line.
Never before have you had a better oportuit of selecting useful
presents for the Holidays. We hav large and vrid assortment of
everything in the furnatu line.
showing the greatest stock of Rcking Chain and Easy
ever brought to this city. incluJing all styles and kind.
We' carry mn ,toc,'k all styles of Iron
Beds; the kind that gives satisfactory
service, with ,r without brass finish.
Live Oak, Florida
THE STATE EDUCATORS.
In Aanul Sesion at DeLand, Dec. SK
-Prtgrm for the Occasion.
one of the very finest n the S'4a'. ,',!
be the headquarters' ,, t ..h... *M' ,,r
The manager of this great '.. '*r
has fixed a rate of $2 "' :' !., '
Putnam Inn and a 'srt : ",' ,...
hotels and boarding h,... h .,, ,,.,:
.I! ,I ot, 4" '"' 5r the
DeLand, Fla., Dec. 6.-The official rate of from $1 to, $1 :*-' r ia. ', '
PWIramofthe Florida State Educa- All the railroads of hr.in r.. i -- ,
tioM Aoeittion has been announced, a rate of a single far- 1lu% .' t. '.r "a:
Prof. P. A Hathaway, principal of the the round trp. Twcke ts a- ar'
Diul bih hool, Jacksonville, is Dec. 2t;--2., and will ... '*'
PsMid t of the association. Dr. Ed- ...- 1i.,;.. rl..1.i .. i.,-.. ,, i -.
~~ anti 's~
*..'I')' *r ~ ~hf,~ ri~ ,r an
O hl% a. rh
o v str ic"t O hioV1140
ff F%," ,4
.r.ir:n. taken every morning be-!influenza, and when It was take
r':* .a, asr will keep you in ro- time we have not heard of a dstal
h L. \:')iiu to ward off dis- case of pneumonia. Sold by Bard
. i ',. .* con.,l)'paion. hili')us- & Groover Druggists.
-;i' T.a '. r skiu. lit er and
*- ** ':. a' i, puriti. es the
i : I* A S!\
Tt. e wut astUr' k-* .j ? o all living
tbJ~~~~~~~ie~~._: irLtCbI it.IVl~t~ fwt
_ _.. ____ __
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Iam"Iwl lby TIrI
ICV I op-" s
THE CHRISTMAS MAS
With al its
wil fmnd rIn
ft"d on ths I
~S. AlL t
A g S f )L
A' v uIb' Vo
& N w V4I t "Im)Os N.4 'k F
* I ,
* 6 f
b h. w Ic. t.s raw o mw 4 w a b____________
? t rm La ( take d row Ana wal m e. *PAD IT4 = Tw v U
TL wh rw~l) -I cr hw rr ___luCr Cn
Gifts G LU "4%z- m -
St 4E IP mW w -bw kw s m so
I Ure a, W Yfa *and aw larve" &ad "UAW 40 has we& l, tmaC FS
be- .- -r __
A .1 0 f .0s r a .&,7 -f -. a'
0 1 A p A 1 %4 # tai. o. as! ,% ad
Give Ha A GOWN
I ., 4 -
pw C *4 -
Nothing makes a more acceptable
gift than some of our high grade
Nickle Plated Ware-something
good-We would especially call
your attention to our line of per-
colators a useful present that any
housewife will appreciate. tP ice
'Zi1-%4 it :4 I4 41,14 1 -;.F4
lP.Kkett Sciampro 2t) tob Sk
The one gift every man wants--a good Razor.
A initn'.i appU)lrtiation of a gift depends on how useful it is to him-not how much it costs.
Y'our choice e Razor arid Genuine Horse Hyde Strop for $1.00
No. 11400 I.N nard Bros. No. B200 Chatt & Morgan No. B300 F. Banister
Imported Extra Hollow- high-grade Razor either square "Fine as Silk" Brand etch-
Ground, round or nick point, nicked or hollow point. ed in gold letters
EVERY ONE ;GUARANTEED SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK
YOU NEED IT
IN ItM)R.n AND Olu1'T
Kee.p comttents icy cold or
steaming hot for dayn
When baby cries at night,
don't go to the bother of
getting out of bed to heat
milk. Don't put yourself
to any trouble at al. Just
keep its milk in an Icy-Hot
Bottle and baby will always
find it warm and sweet.
Your wife will appreciate one of these
Alcohol Sad Irons. Price $3.50
The Boy That's a Good
Has a keenm fr ad Theikteudl7*
Too lowKIN&M sMsw
won Pu' @Y 1P
be ~ jSr=l
AD a b qimL b.
t_ o7 -mow ow- I -- (
Am bWMA 00" mmbe gosf
wel S bg* u b&hinbe
S- -- -C he rr __ tL3L (I-bc
- P om e o '.at
-- o w ba w
In your mind a more
or om tIh Wqu-w be- -
dmmm -I M MMWAW --- -
.. .r Iy~--r=P:,~'~"C7r.IreJ! '21~r:
I '' '' `
~~~F~PI &Awoo 43mabC~e
4d a NO
t IN i -
*, s-.%qor% a A ui % ocn% ouMoamt mt
f t i I I N i, 1 .4 -. I ,
: ..*to $,^1 (n )
'Is f-.C ^S
N 4 I .; i m I i
owl's I&-. A t fu
In Tyu mind a mms& lasting CM
or osm that would be af -**a
nx'e. PrIcc $10 with. 7rcords
4b WO bra Nei m'
The Boy That's a Oood Shot
S~,, eand a *n. Tha' th.imesie kd f a- ay youw
as, well in&
is Beautiful Rayo Lamp
tsm ea m ss. An mpWMptu danee may be gotten
up at a moment's notice and here ycu have the best
echee~t of the country to play the dance music. Or
you may wish to learn a song and what better instruc-
tor can you have than one of the Peerless singers to
phrase a song over and over again if need be. The
possibilities of this wonderful little machine for in-
struction and amusement are endless.
HAMILTON RIFLE, $1.35
A good lit le rifle, and hard to beat at
Will delight all
lovers of a first
class lamp at a
E3et r lvptlc>r"
caof Isititr"bUir 4mIt
The (Cabirit Made oi heavy, solid oak throughout. Corner posts are made with fluted mouldings.
tone quality, eliminating the metallic scratch so common in the ordinary type of machine.
The Motor Of special strength and construction, unusually durable.
'lurn T'lai'e Ten-inch diameter, accommodating any size disc record.
St.and ;tri Analyzing Rteproducer(Sound Box) --insuring the most perfect reproduction of any known sound;
til-t ia Ith automatic needle clamp, permitting of the instant releasing or fastening of the needles.
S ..-i ., ..puil:ttor l'ertittiing the ready adjustment of the speed to suit the individual fancy or require-
nIti 1t1, u uch H for dance music or speaking records.
11-1 i, r. cyd 4'411 inches in length. with a fift*efn inch flarI bell
t. to ,l.1. and eiorated with guld stripe*
Finiashed' in a lp*eutif .1. deep,
tI;MINGTON RHVI.E IL 06. 980
Mumnething good at a very low ctmt to Vwu um O nw&wW. the .ie W sbmwI e
THE DAZEY CHURN
A very acceptable
f i 'A f
for your wife or mother
Neat, Clean and Durable.
1 Galon, Price, $2.50
A eaj acceptable Vlft.
FAMKERS BIT AND BRACE P4BT
Cowtasnfaingj SBru ead 4)n. Mi- h4-M -14
?4- 16 IL14U1 aawr bit; Irrwwvw be
packed in a set w d buo xwai th n. Sa.
11'ric Each $1.76,
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
I ., s%~
w i -
We are go to mark our Clothing 1-3 off.
For the next two weeks men's suits, men's
pants and boys suit&
1 alturdly, Dec. 11
W have a few overcoats that we are going to sell cheap too.
Look at the prices and see if we are not selling them so as every-
body can get a Xmas suit at their own prices.
$25.00 Men's Suits at $17.50 $16.00 Men's Suits at $11.50
S 22.50 at 15.75 15.00 u at 10.50
20.00 "at 14.50 14.00 at- 9.50
18.00 at 12.50 150 "at 8.50
We have a few Suits we will cut to $6.75
5 Dozen $2.00 Hats This Sale For $1.00
/MEN'S PANTS BOYS' SUITS
i $7.50 Pants it $16.&0 $ )'.m0 SU-t s .....at $ 5.50
6.00 ,( 4.5 0 .. at 4.50
^ 5.00 At 37 5.00 .....at 3o.
S4.50 ",--, t 3.50 .. at 3.50
4 4.00 ,* 3.00 a.. t 3.00
3.50 -V- ol 2.75 ------- at 2.75
We have a full line of Xmas Ties, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs and E erything for Men.
1 WOusr Stw'lk is % coplltc (of Hats, Shoes and l,
4&A m%.a aB ____ a
Whom 1-m- Wi
,- K B --^. 1 0 11 0 4-1
^llwb llllll r ^^^^^^B ^^^^^^^^ ly^^^'L ^^^^. ~ w^^^ ^ ^^ a j ^^ ^ j a K *^ Jf^ ^^ ^
^*^H^.^^^ ^^^w^ ^^f ^^ ^( ^a ..
1b4d, lU brak it up
H AS ALWAYS LIII
edutioH of the Very
jer of the Nation.
in the New York World, ro-
Ng's History of Virginia,
: "Na other lad with
relatively so small h
wh(d so many great men i
time, asieahuetta excep.i
y the except unless it be aJ
d at or chmney-corner hiat o-
Swwould not disparage Mama-
bat in the roll of men of the I
das m our political and al- I
Sbe and every other State ,
lre the primacy of the Old I
our fine old neighbor jut
the Potomac river. i
ssgqe American citimse be-
all foreigners have been
t belteve-that the pilgrim fa-
th Bradford and Carver re-
he pwitan fathers of the
I hEndicott regime, made
America when the fact
dd more in that behalf
Se4her twelve colonies cn-
sHery, "the forest-born Do
whmoe thunder shook the
f the eas," rst proclaimed
;Jeerson, the aet po-
Sthe world ever saw,
te Declaration that asserted
and then "the world's
M threw his sword into
mad achieved indepedece.
Vimi a set about to make te
It ishe did with the aid of
Hamilt and Ellaworth
of New England. But
L invented by Patrick
S e g ep ason o w and proposed
d t been oacepted by
ltAhTt e aad even then the
-limti was a house of card, to
i apart at the slightest rude touch,
ItJMm Mahall, another Virginan,
M-ited it in the concrete of his im-
p.hble decisions as chief justice of
t United States supreme court.
Ad when the tremendous test came
tt tried every soul in 1861, Virginia
ve to the South and to history RoT
It E& ee, 8toewall Jackson, Joeeph
L Johst, J. K B. Stuart and Tur-
w Aihby, and then in her lavish hos-
atyr she gave the North George H.
tums, the one undefeated Federal
ap ndear of the war, and by many
larded as endowed with more genius
fI arms than any of his fellow" on hia
Mls It is almost certain that had he
bem of northern birth he would havr
beM appointed commander-it-chief.
Masachusetts is the mother %,f a
peat number of great men, but in thAt
rpect Virginia is first. Washingtiu
nammee Democrat *1 a irar.
te Is 6
Io *E'r '
After owam a tV
-O s- wn 48, sb. # I. S
ad Ter. tmpu mi "*po ad ham
cuq~rn.mu. wsftwb do m
year o.e. Ib msMW 4ar" ~&4
do Oak WA dt"u.a
.1u I .. .lot
IFOleY l N.O a 6 to h t* *
MW be bS ymmo P6006Upt*,.
ma 6eet OW id d ".* f.
rop bruecet ef b...4 ctsoe
the hot aw~e ol ftof bovelloww
being. toWie~mam saw *.I-
owa Ceatamum S, sa.. .
hamfwldriqI h k alwave 4
madrefus uu**~wiow% "..b84..
um Llrn Ca
It It' st S. 'I
bab 9. at, se. I ., *
mi ~oaosIn u v'l u~~
Colds, Asthma s6d4SWOW't 1 0.414 S
nag cOmplwt. elogo" IQ.1ts 'B "e
tom, Ukweeu tsad U Odd Uep
have, for softmastala*4 4a. OI
lisbted reptalke as a as404
Cough kos4)11 ow
Um or fharful drw '46 -
with safety to ebldroft 1 *I
gold by dre"Wo %1 a1. U
C4, Prop, ('hwh.t a...
Is thlb. t i) a .l 4 l %
mo MoMO i f fw
"--m er, r
4w "M s o a- b----e
'ep 4 -a o a 00 4-oft a "
4m-" -a m 4 -f t "am
is %pw h o adve nov
y~lO %b, ,d eL lineie of Optkal Oood s
bu w vrsa' w-ew'ihad, and preparap w
r~~t- i k wlU rLWw Irw.
"V "0"t giw e yh i the e be tat
lk u'._bmhobesgUiIs tjoa peei~ -I~ tesbld
-*~i Of w Y 3u6-QA
;CQL4"~1hfand, and preared`.%
9sewIus tkLy Co. r.'WamaSlmtJ
*e .anEW l~l)
a 0 A 14" 10'I:. 01lUteu
hvq%4 Itifedtag sad Itching
*.... 4t0 'be. U1UorS, allay
't c ..'.. J v 44-0 & s poultice.
4&64 vtWO01 ~ Williams' in-
*'ah 1. "'tt't:!Uvt i prepared for
#,is% 4 A',r%!v jtr the p rivt@ parts
4,6 1 t .vssae.,. stall SoI cad $1011
0, tew Mfg o ('4Props.. Cleve-
a- ", Siw Bes [mq Co.
IJVB OAK, FLA.
AI& OGI to W et$
#a 4w *.% *d I fb* *P4 534
Pow 6. on0 w ban ob. 0 W 1-4
*Ro.wmppbw*#. %,"4b4re s
t fee wt.iS 0 h
4 o 04 0)4 .0 ft 11-4 1 b
w~ esi *.-h' t ., .
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It ) -4 ILc,
soov ), 0 0 4*ee
I aeq t.ft 10v,.4
a* 4 i t
S6 #. t
HIMMII~ 44P M41"%.15
Metes %pmbe nf
The greet marve .ww woo,
tiw. frotwee a@14. *%---. 0-1 M
strength sad m 1a'tl Cb'i, .%i %-
System And rv h IN %, 1 1 %0
For sale b drsaska4 to # lo sei i01
per box.. On boe. fUpt w
Ilanw w,( 11 co
Ohio. Suaisee I'rI '
TIM14iar h .ha .
lug 34 A* 0.
tre s u u t v .II
**.Sl-. ''i 'a*
flave us "get busy"
cn the estimates of
that new buying -
have us submit fig-
urI on the cost of
the building mater-
ials that will be
1 N ov* 4& hViS rr for viu. you'll be
A4001W "t the b, wt etimate obtain-
11.-q *. 06-i 'rma a.
A 040a ,It A~poot 1
oid ad orwm ow
UMPLTE LINE OF MODERN UPT'OMTET MACMIMUYC
BY C 314O t WL SAVE YOU 10o14y.
,,; *AV 6 %& IU T t lTAIL9 SAXI 11 L
00.01 Wolo fm thi MARKET, A 14 0Ab.I
W on 0 011& MAC HI1 (RY INSTOCK
wa A4" C All I ISAVdIS OrALL KINI)4
1LI'milk Afo 1016.1, yppulss
*1'91 Ou CATALOQUIL AI5
"Il UP..AL) ,%s AVOL oul ps fts
69 64IWb$ q&.yAw5 1bAk1 4 AT
A M,61 4, A 9.0 -4. k ose go GAOSIAM It
W % *ia. c e I t Wa* s Tt eW A*V.
Horses, Buggies, Mules. Harness,
I I I AI
1 r-~ ~e
IL POIRMM~r%%J / J X 14 I ai i ,t ii 'r I AL-i I / 1
beg.mad mre In I i k'tm-
adUS Nmm Uewum hs ema.W.w -.w ow e
ODUGH IMP m *9 EM no* ow 0 h
ad a"db a whe a-ke ds bm mOf r o wsit
CrOUGH WiJ?. 11t' ,n -t'"'
and ebeam fewe inb& pe b Os
trouble. give a b awd aOwwisr pe
Wtk the bear h
RUATE MEE U EWE P101
THE LEWI SKAN DIUM OM. PYOLA FL.
FOR COAT and PANTS
Our Eighth Semi-Annual Ma~TodOrer
Suit Sale will start
Tuesday, December 14th, 1909
Cot and Pats, $13.50. Vet S12 5 xt
Ct and Puts $19.00. Vest $3.50 E*I
TAKE YOUR OWN MEASURE inM"toI
SEND TO-DAY '"WIMCf*s
'.in I -I
Character Sketeh Prepared sad i ad
at Historical Meeting of the
Daniel Tedder Chapter U.
D. C., Nov. 2i, 1909.
Character Sketch of Jefferson Davis.
His life was gentle, and the ele-
ments so mixed in him,
That Nature might stand up and
say to all the world.
"This was a man."
death. iesdiftX a 1
to the' harlea 1Of
to hli fIrut'lls ,l
inig aSM' l% IIa OI
rci t cu It i it ,i(
tI.% h't h. ii-
I I I I i'l 0.
Jefferson Davis was born in iFanir- ..
view, Ky. His father moved later to ,a,.. ,
Woodville. Miss., hence she shares ,,
the honors of this noble man Hit ... ,
entered Transylvania I'niversiti at I .. .
Lexington in 1820. He was considered r,,
the brightest and most intelligent h(\
in school, and by his classmates tthe
handsomest and most courageous lad .
At college he was much the ,auwi a.,
he was in after life; always a\ and
brimful of bouyant spirits, but lth
cut the smallest tendency t(rl,
vice or iinioralit). ie had Ithit in
nate refinement anid gn'ntl*ner, that
characterized hinm ihiough Hif. HI
was always ia gentlhl'aii in ithi I ..h
est sense of the word. From i!ith tii;it
m ;ral tone and il \\e;v'i\i> deic\ n it
of conscience which (c'l!airii l i/ l ti
In 1 -24 when ithe w';s s.i'. i t t. ,t
appointed to a caidetshi i ;t, \\estt i' i
Ly President Moiiioe ic ,hinat -d
in l 2h and 'a. as asignetd t, .:iir ad
second lieutenant in tihei tii'dr Staito s
Cavalry Command at P'o'rt 'l'f ri
then in Michigan Tenritri. hiiow in tihe
State of Wisconsin. He was second :::
deutenant during Black iawk war.
nti n fl.. *,,ict. ,nm nt)l in ea %in v h ohir )I_
t-111all, '11 .
-~ I tl
END d ft an* to lha thft we~
pump WNNW lift b
- M0e mu" bad
Y Ll ad pwOW ow mammW Wtp d
Gua Omso -ft u -il
,v" 44 tow soea tms(s Mom ob.e
beh oevlvwvoq she am tw %rtwm I
am *%*-to bowvs iOW hu
W04 e a4 ow" a 4@Wr31 mftw
coo s cat tpm o-
Wi owl e 4 mjii se oan tive
&M IlkAssi 4f g rbuis@ha*ft peo
ilIt 696e4 1kti6 hL ho"sly lVerlwtl~y
1 0 a er 44tu a ruots
,si sh. ', -txi 'make!
gar b b fha
Tl re*losove 'I.. ,
i I.? i 6h I ;I Ad'
NO I I~J IS to m i
ad ft m tl
ss; as repasaMBte t atMI
tu b at Co r be h*d tams
Peer o the geatst ia tMN HM aW
the Seate, eve though th)er w
deats th Mae day& As Seeetary de
War he had proven himself the ablst
the coatry has ever had, and had In-
trdrwed reforms which are even now
blesta the department and the aer.
vce. which have refused to honor him
SAs a popular orator and able de-
S'ator he had few equals and scarcely
i ay superior. even in this land of
orators, and as a chivalric, stainless,
S'bristlan gentleman. and an incom-
paratle patriot, he won the respect
and esteem of all who knew him. and
nab left behind a record of which his
, *,, ., n. 4 ,)t a d tel! ,,.oplie are justly proud.
!** ~, .lhint to r Isides all this he suffered in the
,,, ,, r '> uli.nion rem of his people, went to prison for
S' !' '' ':. '' h,',' bi, had indignity put upon him. was
h. ', !.' l,'o,. slandered, maltreated and
'" '" ;''' -racised in the land he had served
''' :.ihftilly, all for them.
\r wonder then that the people in
Si uthland loved Jefferson Davis,
", they felt the deepest interest in
Sh th. concerned him, as he spent the
w' irng of his last days in his home
-i i( the (;ulf, that they watched
-~ *-' ,r .ih breathless interest the news of
'"'" .i c'hl'kness. that there was mourning
S.. *, :i;:act' and cottage alike, when the
** ,, ;A,.-s lashed the tidings of his death,
,1.' that immense crowds attended his
Sr fneral. that memorial services were
"' i': : h,.l,! and eloquent eulogies pronounced
in ever. city, town and village in the
.... h t,'i South. and that now the people are
*,. i I '11 hei profoundly interested in everything
t..r'h i % ur Mr concerning his life, character and
I .. ."l '. lli ,Ial 1 th r death.
: ,. t Ki hnntln and In a speech delivered in Atlanta dur-
*. ., -,1 uin 1 Hi SinL the visit of Mr. Davis at the un-
.. **, nrars ,t' the' Spoilt- veiling of the monument of his friend,
... -I n,- tha In 'he oWhite B. H Hill, in May. 18S6, the gifted and
l",,*<,- ,- .nf.ef*-rav ahiIh Ithe lamented Henry W. Grady in his own
S. h 1 i ,,t I(htlw
', i.t, .o' *'u! thhh h- i pr json Davis, as the uncrowned king of
S:..tl t i',-1ey .auid ",uI! his people.
. ,. .. 11oni (' lt h iiM iht Thank God he is no longer un-
S. ',1 1. i t l Ir I crowned. His people have crowned
I. i. t 1111 p. 'l tthim with loving hearts and redeemed
S. ,,' itlo. confident. it i by the blood of that Savior in whom
S.* .. s,, ** *lailtl Phe. ,ttre f he humbly trusted he has come off con-
1 I it t>I. t noi call s e
rin. % Ih ti l |l
Live Oak Nlai
1, l i t I l '
I 1 I "I, .A.IPA
,. i .:'- ir *
*. .11 ,Atk 1 1
., I e'.
uame and sem
and they will bM'w
pie of CxbWhea m
LUver Tablet. sa m
does not n pw p
stubbon, s L 4-
Depend onit alwq
the modft drMpi
Large, Medium tad S1
amm sw M
Ermery BU|m mI
ma lu^^srr hm'
Livr Td %Nsa
Baralsy & Greover,
Lumber, aMingles, lee, tleoleo
Lihts, Power and Turpentia
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished
Residence orusiness Houses at a very reasonable I
Electric power-Day and night current-for manufh
Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have i
. cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
We will ive you good prices on low grade ceilh
floorirg. Come and get our prices.
SAV[ YOUR T!fEM!
DO IT NOW!
SDR. BAILEY has a
Dental Office over
Sthe Suwannee Drug
wo ms Il
MCIAL OfGAT nTY
LIVE OAK AND
i t $ $4kSS I. im V14104%
Personal and Local
SJt received a nice lot
ims. Pure Food Grocery.
Dogwood tomatoes, 7c. Pure F'ind
SA good variety of fancy fireworks at
Rev. F. I. Watkins, of YoMkum.
x Tas, will fill the Baptist pulpit Sun
Y dy morning and evening. Everybhti
hI price any inducement ? If i call
a t the Pure Food Grocery.
S Boy your fireworks at Santa (14,'
We regret to learn that Tom lByrd.
Strmerly a well-known turpentine ,p-
Srtor who at one time lived in Livr
: ak, died in Lake City yesterday of
tuberculosis. Hewasa brother-in law
Sa Jak Green, of this city.
Bet granulated sugar, tc&. i'Ur
h od Grocery.
Fireworks, wholesale and retail at
hata Claus' Store.
Mr. T. S. Baisden, a well-knrown and
pblic-spirited citizen of Live oak.
b the city for a stay of several
Sad has established headquarters at the
popular Aragon. Mr. Baisden, ahu i
P well and favorably known in th.s ,it s
is making his headquarters at the Ar
Now % ow & '* .A
oke "Im I o ft
Stgea. wmst.E4 oloo
jarksmIw so va .1
I .rt'.e' ~
o~r a*htv 1 4
M? fal-I V
with frlfioh 1 h,%.
YiiV *,I 't.#
wli eft Y
I hkt* 0
n ho. .
rralh Iw. 4
1 Wit P
I tis I .I V-
Ari .Ii 'fl 05'
taf hr f ho .
hatdr It'.# ra *
her '**tKg 't;
t '.tf it at I I
frit-i P urr U-0 1
1,1 ~ *
Ii ~- .0 *'t,
,1 I ".
?wae meaY urn thsuanl dollars
*.r"h 'f'IreVoVASat Coo'is.
kow aE.w.Aw. tans of Jaswr's prom-
ft. "'qj mm w" attending to
Oki .*. Oak Mondav.
T' 'mIsmaners a wlboard
1'4trtk~o l werq in session
Ir.n~n I'ee Kindle, imperson-
* e*d.r,. entertained our peo.
t 'fr v hall Tuesday might.
K m aiv ian artist in her prof.-
O-kf "wot"I her audience to ters
Aid 'te at mWill T71&i.p.4a.ta..
CoL Jno. Hamr ata -
visit to LkJe City Tuebt. 1
Karl BanrSt pent S~ R M
day with his Brother in La r
T. S. Sistruk, of W M
buwiess visitor to Live 0 T
Mmi Chrtine Mya, of Mm
is in our city visiting Mr. amdnia
Mr. Garminy MayNa of Jwp
viutig Mr. andMn. P. &
first of the week.
a ...... aimOU etle, Mrs. Jno HarrelaWd two chlem
S f, ,h kind Live Oakhas ever rspant Mo: and two e i
h o way one gentleman ex- pt Moday ad Tuay ib
S way me geintleman ex- White visiting relatives.
..- 'm,..If The ladies under
A-s'-. ,.pces this lyceum course is Rev. R. V. Atkiaon, pastor ef
,-o .huld congratulate them- Methodist Episopal Chabo w i
. I.1 t rw tuccss of this, their the pulpitn Suday for the tt lb
* d "-*4c")* fore conference. He mi In-
.~ ',mral Jpace in this paper l y for Lakld m -
,, ,he Pure Food Grocery nual co hId t am
SBro. Atkisom has served Ic
,, .4rxj Amusement Company faithfully and well for the pma
.. .in m the city on Pine' yer, and wtrut that he 4 i
y an night this week, with us the coming year. Shem
re kpt their promise to be sent elsewhere, the lose t k
,;*,. a rgnod show, full of church ad city would be rpestla M
ertraining features. The Atkisaon and hise Wiusb h aily
. 'a* hwn good despite the made for themselves a ph is
4 0, n ,rt of the time. and to- hearts of all our people, ad W W
S .~j~hlutlew be a record- wevoicethesentimentof the
*r1A respect. The snow is of 015 people, whe we wigh -
. ad 6 t for the patronage return. Dr. Atkiuon is a vusg.
ma s rupukous amusement minister and pastor, and his work
has been of a very high ozder.
Saturday, December 11, at 8 a.m.
.- ..- -
NO FAKE SALE. NO FIRE SALE. NO CLEARANCE SALE.
Or any other Unhonulide Salt. Olld Shop.Worn 6oods.
Just to Introduce our new stre
, jf(,,,% .# 'n "alAr Saturday Morning December II, at 8
I ,. ,' K, ..,,, i rw l ine of merchandise at Factory Cost
50c Fleece Lined
Apply to f. unert
PtAIIS EIKh iP IWtMNI IM*JPI tW0JM
$1.00 Fine Colored
I __ I I -
Apply to f. Kut.
%4kI I I--w
to Fit and mahdet isi p&*'
FOLLOW TEH CH-at3%lb
Rocherter Fine all wl \,. I,2
S1 r I
01 s~ -I ,4 1, %4 l. 1.( Ifr(Ir"I
$0 Pure i i Vo r
t Fine Ladies Tailored Suits
', O I must go at $14.98
. j ai~ Military Capes, must
A4644 L I
---- --- --
1$9*00 Pure Wool worsta P I. I
104r 1 Mak I a I at
N I I I I A f A I Itecd
____ Ii __
Lerad him City
P aquite t and ykr-
m.1 JE N more is lead
the cityB by a ecs vote, while
mis Peavy is leading the out
1*veateby a small margin.
?w fto Grade Pina am to be
awayr-one to the most popular
U the most popular young lady in Su-
.W r county residing outside the city
'Id "U Oak.
e pianos are now on exhibition in
/ tft Ot, and they are beauties. One
satt Hair Hardware Store and the
S w at XNM Bache's Millinery Store.
JI.asd me them
SUndkr the rules of this contest the
'rfd-igld merchants will give 100
-Mal fr every dollar's worth of mer-
odt- tolmd for cash.
The cotest opened Monday, Sept.
Wf and will close December 20, 1909. I
On every cash purchase at the fol-.
awg homes votes will be issued:
8 J. Wh te, Shoes and Gents' Fur-
W. Byrd, Fresh Meats.
air Hardware Co., Hardware.
Swannee Democrat, Subscriptim
Mr C. W. Bache, Millinery and Dry
R. L White, Groceries.
Brown-Thomamo Drug Co.. Drugs.
a a s a-sev 66..
Rco &znk-Cykndkr Runabout $500
Two paseeneo'rs.h viihra o s:nvsa' ow t !.r41o !.tT %*V'.A
Automatic windsho-ki. Vr evro ',itI.bNre.w
3-40;i m uorl with in*() 1 Ir~! %*, If-elp 6 1 I msA' Alo T w,~
speeds and rv\r'.r h ;Lanio a, % gr a 'P ro- a r t ; *. a.,: 1.
11, hClCuc 1#A if i r rhtrr 71Iq art vr.. s I, a 0 *
rtar lri? &%., I t an mw.' -t, .f a 4..
tubular. % !P r, w t r i nw rg.. Tei'. 4 ,n*,
Ccalmelv ir L Is I )atieq .1 A, e q :L
oil himpp. horl', a j. C 4 ." '. *.
Runabouts witl bcon Ex tun ir I ;',c Ok.A Lcz. It h.
rtwo more Car Loads arn Comming.
U 6 -
i IThe merchants interested in this con- 1 :
te shave, for good and sufficient rea- I,. \I i..
m decided to extend the time fur j,1, N* .
elSng the contest to December 20th. (;', ..
and all parties interested will plea, T
tUke notice. Aa,* l
S The contest will close December 20th rrnr -,
S rtad of December Ist as published Lizz ie :,
he wtofore. RuH,H ,
DBoxes for depositing votes will be ;lhre,'.- ;.,
if ad at each of the above named' M!i >'.
1 w I1 whr n vote may be deported. Rubi ,u.,.
Relatives of any of the above firms TVI'.:, ..
Wr prohibited from entering the con- Rii., I
.tet. All societies, clubs, etc., are
'ullo prohIbited from entering. ,.l H,
Votes will be counted Tuesday of K,. ,.
ch week by the Hair Hardwar 'Co., y,. ,.
.nAd the vote of the various candidates s ., ,.
announced in the Democrat.
Get busy if you want to win a H11lh ,
Reo Two-Cylinder Touring-Car
'ie pa&siengers. 20-22 horse-power. Two-cylinder horizon
m,,tur. 4 3-4x6, with automatic positive gear and gravity
t' in Two speeds and reverse, by planetary gear, with multiple.d
.r&! .!! vct noiseless chain drive. 96 wheel base. 32x3 1-2 Michefia
.aa. hai,.t, ti es with Goodyear rims. Half-elliptic springs min ft,
,.t*' n rtar. Front axle I-beam section of high-grade forging. arl
:' ,'uiar. w.th roller be rings. Three large )rakes; trans.mispm
., ;A.Sio,:r!e capacity, 12 gallons; water, 4 gallons, with very
. -:,, hrm. tc,,ls. and tire-outfit. Speed of thirty-five to forty l
, .r I,. :achab!e tonneau. Top $50 extra. Automatic windshield $
The Best Machines for Sandy Roads on the M at '1
Them Before You Buy.
S..liatird.e is at Lake City
S, .';:.r:!ance upon court.
' .. ;.,v,*.r has been on the
.. *N: 't e rt,'rretl of her
,.,. I,. I ., Park. was the
.,.r ;' .*:,i. V ,. Joe Roof, for
*. ',q b4u4 oet k.
> V .... .. .i,ric, wiho has
;'"<,;: fi.-" s,:.veral
:,I; vl r, ,'i: ar.d will
r. *': ". receiv-
r'.tm', :',,-s of jewelry and
: .... 'c *.; his
"" 4a:' '.-iu Ak:'. save
', ... -r ,v-:. :,f Mrs.
,'. IlJ.4,hter. ,t the Con-
;\i',c' the usual
'* '" ,- \. liilreth.
'. "'.m'd much I
: a,:L'!.t ion of
,*'. r closed.
Woodmen or the World KlCti
The following were elected i
the last meeting of the Wood l.
serve for the ensuing year: J. J .
Leod, council commander; J. L K
banker; J. P. Lamb, clerk; 0.
Byrd, watchman; W. H.
sentry; J. ;V. O'Hara, escort
Wright and I. E. Beatty, auIF
J. E. Wuod, deputy organizer. -
Vote of Thanks. .
At a regular session of Lirt
Lodge, No. 1165. B. P. O. &, a
of thanks was exLended to Dr. L-
Carteret and choir of The
St. Luke, in Live Oak, for the
icent memorial service on behalftd.
Elks. rendered Sunday night,
ber 5. l'.'. E. J. HABi^
Rules of the Contest.
Any young lady or girl in Suwann.,
county is eligible to entry, except that
'e firms above mentioned have the
Alht to eliminate anyone who, in their
49p*0oR, may be undesirable &a a cwn
No attache of any busine hs huM
: wepe ted may be a candidate. n ,
aSy inmediste relatives.
Asy differences arising dur~n t*,
Ltestt are to be referred to the
i for adjustment, who alone are ,.
re under decisions.
Should any candidate deeiire tu a it
draw from the contest the vtr.t c&'
S 'for uch candidate will be thrown ,, :
and not counted for any ot -r car.,.
Allnominations made by ma:l hA. u
be made to any of the above firms
The Democrat will give on >r.ar)
One subscription 5l votes
t Five subsriptions..... 5.u vot w
Tm subscriptions...... lo., \.'
The above proposition applio :., ,
subscriber renewing as well a- ., ',.,^
How the Vote Staadi
TN[ PUR OOD G
1 ;4 ,
, ., I~.1P'n
* U'am~a'.Ulab I imm
'4' .' I,
Beflu'w we quote a few prices
a great deial more in proportion.
Do),gwoxd Tmaturs -
Best i;ranulated Suar, per lb -
I'ru:.es. per lb -
Il!deeia CracKers, per pac age 4
I')c ;iouoG s in N. Bis Io -
6 Bafn; Pet Cream -
"4 iis. Town Talk liour -
12 is. *. .. ..
Biac, Eyd Peas, per q. '
SlItal and G(ril:, per ib '
. Nap:ha S.,ap f,,r i'
:2 .b. P'a;ls Snuw l)rift Lard nib
o- L r :L:
\..' : ,-' t- "_. ., .... *,* ".' LV :*fn-3ot dir-.l ,
,a I ., 8L ^*t b Sl@
:;t .\i.[s.. .a s$" atM K "
.: 1 .. : *, : r tbSiw ^d *
.. ..,, ... -,: rm tb aad
; '., .- :.'-' < le
The result of the count of t 1 v ,;ri
Tumday was as follows
Ceuty Outmide I.iic link
Eunice Peavy ...-,-.. "
Hattie Branon, Roueburi
Qaflm Vkj pi" I .
4rd of CL*
Of GAWa I
A store brim full of Xma NomIM aId Phl m Mtchun diw l the w am. The quMuas "What Sha
I Select for a Present" can be sd M"m a ta o ow s W aid at a .artial sauVi. We wll offer at special
low prices during Decembr m erchanM i wn der pn (d ow Ped-WcWr garPants, as well as D3o,
Toys, Little Notons, Hawefa ath Li'm M Spr C tak haiew, SM Cam, Traveling Bags, Cmbas
and Brushes, Gloves, Haac rchrfk Hwm04M M d ml Iay ao mecrus to meatis.
IM web u\ S uM hal M a. M l liMtd toehment a MON
VOLLS~ im, to i mWa 5, Me k VW IY SAVI ato w0 ho Xmas toys
Little Notios Siis C ots Ebroldery
At Small Cost Skr and
Many Styls to
I Pacge Paraoo Fancy Work
wfreHarPlnstAt s leX t from.
or crimped Ic. 1Haauim Ti- Handsome de-
iPaper Extra Good rep (otum Pr ri $1.25 to signsin batten-
Brass Tolet Ptns 3c. ."l. 0 ... berg and Mexi-
I Do. Extra Grades at s; w 00 can drawn work.
Pearl Buttos 5c. Holiday Pr Sofa pillows,
I Cake fine Tolet in wol.aorted laundry bags,
soap 5c. .4or ,,t white, table scarfs to
30 Bals best Sewing 1ai~i-'ui Irust r l plush, be embroidered
Thread 19c 10.98 t $ ). velvet, plain and alsoreadyforuse
2Lchade la Scurl.d Bear and a great big
stI- aS, !ur'l Hear adt
5c. serc in all the assortment of
IM5c. il l .... .. l lR th various designs
1 Genuine Sterling ,. k;itllllg ( olor, ous d
Silver Thimble, in "\\n1i
individual Xmas Box ally good for holiday
35c. 7.4gifts at very low prices
Hand Bags I'mtin lla. 1 lJ a Idies 72LadiesWaists
In Undressed Caf. citepr. K lar ,J LA r. l *,tt ii. si m d e New in white, beautifully
Walrus, and Ict Bucadd. A 1'4r l, t Xm ,,a P, i v ,,* w" cu made and well worth each 1.25
great Xnus assortmcn ,frt~ A rw* r 1 to1 .50.
6500o1.2.00 "* S 98 HoHlday Price. --- 75c
Gloves .11lli ( ,I\ .t tw I'rlctus Hats and Caps
Nothing better for ;I a i and Youths. We have just
than a pair f (;-l ... .,, VI**~* \t t a big shipment of as nobby a
than a pair of l S. ; f head wear for small boys and
can help you her iln .ar ,, ,.'h ever been shown in Live Oak,
A~l1n. bA ,. ,wr"' lltl save you money on every Purchase
m II ii I1r m
be' C- sL Ie bus hi
am obftft kb OMIOM ad to wp
rz- L YLIa CI eta wmvooI C
- brcrI( II
-~ -- -
~Ua as~L Laws bb #
tcr ClrL1 ~ L- deg wima-wso I(
~~ -- I r
- a s- _
op me s p pe
k boom b---_k 0 it ob I
dti 4a0 fE -w
qspt; b- w- MP I '
Yb. Farm. I'd.I~
Thpepleead Ad= a 110
by the *mdo q
srtthmthso a d of a*~
WaemON df t 6 wo
the fam uba sso dm
*~hr )grq Iqra ~ meII i
ww LIamlwt dmis oa o N its ww ,
K ~gstyaalon be W .me ae69ido
TM ArrFuagments have O b*WY mW
""wI sete to alish "toosUwe(,
~;l~oinutiin whm ho BMmrs
*g bthe pwK few an WO wA o
Ilmi41bing r a ipift ad hoc
it auk f r the weft@ of IM ko ew,
IE4t -'* pkll of atablWn a cma- w i r
-.-..tstwty hu long km w of our
, o Amgements have Dow eI wo
fletwd to mud"M~ this nivemir owrr
the only question which rmai. Ito Cb
digerm,ned is where shag it be, krait
There are many competitor for ut
Shoor of securing thiu awMttuta
Some communities have offered wto
Wmte several thousand acre of la nd i
der to secure the institutium, wui
otherr places are offenng still vther w-
demenmt. The true place for Ita
amiversity is m or near Atata. ad i
our people will give the matter t at.
station which its importance demaaa
we can secure it for oourlvr.
The first efforts will be directed tou
ward theIutablihmi t ofjtA M umr.
ty,but afterwards it is propsd by
Stih Farmers' Union to etabldi bmi b
aademies min sch Mtomam w il M
tify such a step, and there the tuis
S ill he edunatnd with a view to mW
Ie w f -d o
To do 40- a.
b~ hs- ~-0
0 w isto
- E -~b
ad 000 d NN 1
79 to #ag* hI~
w Now0 t -to#o
ow~ a omma.o o
dMW IM We 000 0 Or V
6"som -d em -0
a bwe" a" *w
lb. a.W IWo
ibi -wft*0 l. ft -
as ~ o~w #,s
be w e Ci40
lb god "=we 04 vime o~
(IIbwe op" 00 t at amYILC
II IH 4mb CI Wpw some~r
IV a" ,* w *90
404 6 -on e a -
ow pwwo 60 4 0 4d own
eF -1 i.
ill~l -- ei-...
pmI" @WON#mow go
Soso_ b *b ae
S- CS bcsr
I YIs e-
"m e t WOMe OWN**
1---too now* -
ob s o:
'a t-oam man
40 bmolde a o 4
~I LI~l) ,Ad swim
and Retined in4
respect, the oldest
n Minstrel Show in
Presented under a mammoth
watr proof Canvas Theat
*4 Wem4 MR In
,-or 5 --
v Iu Now
bEWA. av a p"ai a
I'b W1t. Sb e-l.- CI
Ih w bF wwww5w cqwe"
"gas wo fea6 o. The -r two
be 3cS 'hz4 s~w
bo *i b '-Or
*rg o WI % %4 D 6" '.
0.rr Ihr *s4
660 I4 Qf F1a 1-
b L lo 0o.* -W .M .4 -
'OWSk PON CVVM bt~h 41AWO l
I fleoral lb* S I 1 .45
IW bums .4-
myw 1Ioftio abo F,. ~
- .. ui it..f
1 IrIr 4Iwd of
040W 6 tOM6OS
I" O -400*6 1..*& 6A to lim
bhue ," b~~ %O.ts944M
C1~ ~~ .1I1Y*)Ly *e1 b
cb p lamej I'e d Io
of ad o ot*$*"a
1" %, %foa
-a U U
SWedi lUy Stmrt, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
10 TOll CORISTMAS
Mail Order Facilities Ui
'niimAWd AMortment Holiday St
Books L&t Novels, Bible
I'unr,a Lthw Novelties, Fanc
Cut Glhw Hand Painted Chi
Fmmerd and Unfraned Pictui
Toy). Dolls, Games, Etc.
K'IDAKS AND PHOTO SU
Golf and Tennis Supplie
OFFICE Furniture, Sectional
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Capital $75,000 -:- Surplus $35,000
I K% MoIok%, 1'wb.ekk
S. A. HINELY, Vice-Presddso
'. II IIL.%('K WELLS Cashler.
dba -- -
EibSi h ibk Cggr Less.
Evw~ir ir S(IE~ (I hi I r n Ie
We vagoing to ingr efr kmbUM&&dam k aub w ago Oqucklyt, we w
evvy article in theQb AT CO1 0 LM~ O CA3K sW As IDVW 10~~ c tb~ib
aawdlensedccd baora h PM hmmA n i u minky Io buy at ku &
som inechatit woul to POT y a. Ow id& baswd NOi khe @ 0
, Shoes, Hats, Notions,
and many articles too luemor
khwd"I., V"wtoco ImamIsMWmulyIn a uof tbeseoofdM.
Our goods are all new-We haw o o ld Mw m o t m.
from our stock before It h pkd owrPri to @ PM r c .
CaIa*sce a d
Mnre what you wish
Sake-Kwa You angm AckuII at &W or Le
Live Oak. FIL
A HOMIB1l6 MURDER
% segre Cats eAmtbern's JNPlee
Vein With K nmr-Om im. 6 6'1a
_~7u __-_ __ ___ ~__~,_ _
be 4RAM" *a (11
tea -li J
I rise gI 0fs.,.
OnToMdIy aftemom in the tW" ,
Mrxten intet oIp- t-O fIha4. be*e
Azi e Butlr and HrulI Aha, hl
ownI, beeauneo ivohd h a prr 9 ,,. ...
Iat ome trivilMttar w t "riB l.,. .Was
&waruar mrd eat Alr's M ,, I., h
omrwa the jqdumfrW bmt o.
dcs of which died almost S -. P.
Ie ieriff was telephone C- %4
I y of the crime, and in r very <
to hhad Butler sfely b dJh tihm dtb a ,
Btler had been detained at the sc w o -4
d his crime by other darkul wh.I"'" "<
bwr the sberiff had been teldphoeid"'-"- '-
* 'I. "*
A neronamed Price was alsbu arit f"
Nsed aan accessory to teM ctr 64ltau; Savt.*
dplacedin jail On Saturday they ,, 1' aftI ,
wll be given a preliminary em be- "'"'
fore Justice Leslie. The principal, wt *'
uodeltUal, will plead uelf.defm !'u'
It unposiole to get much mfo.r a "" '
tim about the factsor the real cr "''
Of the trouble in this cae. but f m *,' o-, 1 I
what wehave heard it is one of ta Id '. .
Mot cold-blooded murders ever caw l,. 0e .. "
fitted ih this county. '. .4 a
SWe hav, just rei ved a Beautiful Line of the
1 SkAirts and Suits.
The new Skirts are of
a \.r. \ prtty. dclin and will be worn exclus-
.ha;'ei l ;i, colors for 1909-10.
"Doan's Ointment cured no (it
ecaema that had annoyed ni. a k hi
time. The cure was petrmaea'
Hon. S. W. Matthews Comm Lsoir ,
Labor Statistics, Augusta. Mt
carried, at the home of the bnde',
father, Mr. John Robinow, about two
M rest of this city on Sunday. l ,
Mbwer5th. Mr. James Johnson and
4.. '1 '
It will be a pleasure
,u call and tour new line of the
latt andt most INlpular line of skirts.
new in the
0 4 .-
I Am f- .,--
9t %, If s.
(**e 0 ; ~:
to, Usc tol ha\'i P
0V 138 on 1.0Ulf MN s
~tmne at tOak* adUW
NgS~eb m -- F_
;-' IPAW INA W INI S
U&aIN S (a Pe -
14 0 U" 0 "e" 0-oao-so40M40of to
yU'~~~~- -y ib III rl CwI b- S
Ow n Ib nw-. -
assigrnnso Imn gsme mn ft
'4M IW Is ai La u odM
oft O d wIMM* 4b O 40pow IM dPMto a o
u5* bib I-I-- UI.EIL "' *
~~iW~lIsa b meL~I I lr "IL" Llm of
*d& old ad Ans 6 ofof -t va u
311111i1L "Nat $11410ML OR NO rrM s
0, W" S LS do i __ to to 6
I smaUu s a Ambpi* ~~of _
mm aS" p ss W- __
me NS llo
dMI -N III euW ANAM
1E~b s ofti .-
ua Isaft bW a ftsm mPa 4 sob w
fflpwe obbob Pon IM -- 00 ad -i- (m d -sf
*8f Iott m. 5 &m um 4 % d .W k ame AmW P"
adto IIN d s OB 0d*UPdob
I mus" *M ...e M Id at to 40 "
~adebwS 15 ""f
____ & -" Ae. w -
8%qP*WPIA" Is MrIE
a 4"11" K d W w0=0"be 1.* 44 &MEO e,00 W
=I b d*MWab s tW-W A W-0 etosoPstat" I I -st
TW M fumf go so %f 0 Of 1601OW40 16 lbow" t~w
'66 we n a Pa em so 6 W"" to qt
-- Lr-krY IIII r~*O ~IIow U"I II)e ~
*An r I n 10 M &MNIE Mo a"M"cj A
UmIP~JL --m Sw
r~~ IhwrI r p
At Cs ags L 'sphofL hw.. Who emwdarn
Le w e om" U sob aminjmdaagd anutm.
10b 00 i d saqdmeofI IalON& to no the pow.
too& 1 i ga fiprsutt i asmCoIY
a gapLb___ pb I lnWengld la
I & am" 4d ib sqowve urnDuke. Contv Netput
to 4d i.W the it 6 *A tatbe&i bm to be a
- q 18 L r of a fthof imabb imirab cod emiulae, ad"
- ID g- U P" i ind "ft Pa t01 howatm dmo mf
a ON***to as oflthe bebt dweft
Friday He would Mmab a
ha* u.M IuiOo P 1Wt jr EIUW, but heis. Oth*x.
P W. to boo isf -M MA atubohe is to be pO
Og ~a v inOma State k& RpOMU, Wd he'll be
,t a whas to be PuOW b iw n no emportat wrak tAft
I *a W we Ob *a -" em y (or rather, trying to rqibm~
be 4 catnow", ftwI1kW a rates, during the ...ht
*A pm 00 The Twm Iqd Os,
f A 6o W There"3 tL i wodaily pQ'4MY dm
ot a a" a ofor the t.edwr on my woloftj
%soo-n to hp 0r vw me lmor to be worki*g twedmr
vwm ow mq mmd prim- badn. very nie lY ii Yin Pt-~
,qa, ot boa A -m of re-election of Sena O Takdam.
*" Nhow t i paNL gm North
on TA N OW sonda The president's menage to eq
it .. a dinah! m ml 1to boo sent in Tueday, couamined 17,mu
iow to bb ft bPt Big Big is too prolix. With td& "
It U, W mt at time myat inwg comment we dismissed a
III I *E1_ in iin ln lul III 101. iiiiii ___________
*- U__ -_ __ __
B it Itb
If so, you d
the new Hor.
ery made wik
Not a comrm. rl hy wartu k ue a..
tgt gauu I lisk WOit I mm O
strong u that of tw, !'.ewui *.- .,
in the old way.
Stop darning d ( quit, -.,rt -,-
with hole in tih ue. i. h t I fI -.
They will uurpnw you i-e t e *.
them. Only 2S
We have the Inter-
Woven Hoiaery for
Men, 4 Pairs in nice
1,1 (14 %.v
aind I )itl
HRPFI T'" SLIPPERS
leik f soloe
I#,I* I -
I I at~iIkIA t-hi~t '.
lIka Htim1 s1I'44Rr111rr
I .. I.
11bed- b room
MLoppris will make a verve
wuwfai i C htrOmas Pres-
(#)I M&4 in Black,
hvuwn. Gmv and Navy;
Slu. 3 to 7, price $1.50.
Mad& &nlo w cjts, Fur
Iboud in BlAck, Red,
B6t and GvCtv, sizes 3 to
8. pfcc 51'2$
i WikF hail I udllisw I I
losses aid Childres's file
Button or lace, in
patent or kid; made
of the very best
Our Walkin shoe
for children is
*" 0" 0 #* U" 40 somp **- *
Iddh ad ho 11
111111-t-I'l i t 1%
sI* bw b
5-, .0 CP
Iin Toyin* I* *wf
I W i J k aom il
I amI no too w 1"mPoo*
a% ont as.eft il oft P
b vftbw 00 S ffih.Am
d~ Iko Ndhft 6W I WIN #4A
L i gre
Nf A m, th' R- *oa I
inmling nothing but 1m on
dw buOv I, w O &V
Pa among the
Christmas presats ro
White in this mie.
p se of Bafedad' but-
eapaled waBn fm J. M.
dw VICI wh a at ch"k
| esave from 2e to IM -
|.LPalaer while ban pn-
I th nect tam ot derli
the Praes with a vi,.
eaie of onveran tiem with
ad others stated tat be
-1lp1bahlityrba be a a
mItoa the primaris tl
gtspria.-Mayo Pm Pre
W a'ms, white wool drss
liakita je t bkttor, fiaey
k6, piaeca for uChristas p
a, 'mwato. AUIwr. t
w oNL MrS, C. W. Bbc,
Uam p CmLowbkmb
do PON Id bw Oft.b N
n" asom 6b ou* ow
hqe 16 pl 4d an"
after eow a mo
J" """was i k.
Ce w41 h bma 6 "No 0
we is W e gie -ewsa
prlowatalJ A j wbo
IL L N~wi odba'a
. & il 2A. A, A.- -
SI No b tw 'bomb dlbup
SW4 bmr w
bme kmidit i r sow
0,46 G* boalwo -. pomdm
*mw I tS w tj t9p
oft1 a i elftv frl
m **o- -
W i e ls"bf
*-# # w
W Ow oft taft Ilavoul
5.r -n U. !j .'-
*IN o0 a- qsto #*soft so1
ew w r Yta
bw .a on"*a N&No
So PMW OW Sop 0 on* ;*wa
44 "WNW" so a (- f mI
" maw kgw*A qwa tswam
OwI Asmwo Sw"M 0o w
ft ot iso"4 Im imto4a
@lo ea *so~m6
alle PON a" WP1 if Pe
~wonofta I S
its b F U,
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China,
ARE you puzzled about what to give
decide. My cases gleam with beautiful
suggestions to you and allow you a careful itin.I '*
giver is judged by his gifts, so it is nec',,%%ar '
Getting the Best
elect a store that has a REPUTATI )N ftr il.a'
where I help you.
Gold and Silver Handled ParasIs.
Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets, Mani-
Mne and Desk, Shaving Sets, Military
Wemw iW a o lw aotaln
00a4 uwie yWs I mmsolp s"at
4 hOWI swphmodb ,
N (Ill1'l10$HR SOf [IV[ OAL
lk flL I
6 0 & a a A b n eft 0 L
WILSM & THOMPSONN
Wy r hav to boy
('OFFINS AND CASKETS.
* Tey t'ry Rvyte in the Undataking Lae.
o Ein&LNO A SE'ULTT.
wm9ww vww mwmw v'-w
viS. r ob I sumt po tatto
. '4lv.. 4't wl.ro Ftod
w t re1 5' J
.ofar Je %' a ilt
C '. *
A r, 4 g t v
4-, -'r to'*asP 4, *s oM If 1 t"r
Ihty) 1 01 1:
D I&fMl In 1
4 .. lL) qF. sflj
P'4 nt M..
I I ~ *~ a Pe r,
at WSe '.
P eGrif reoid last Mmday a
u mvJmle pm t fham is brtht
b-w, L. 1 JohAnm, who im y
th whea r Toem andOMKeszlWi
Sm at a ems thatsqaVtA.a
hly amd ib a nis wdl th pe-
ermi. Th am wmewedmwuInd
by Georal Bsito Juaaes bri the
wr wem Meaxil was fird .ftm
Prndh i, ad was secued rafter
ulderabMe expose aod trobe by
Mr. Jehos Itis a beatif Cme,
msde of cow and bofaI o I orm and th
hlil is mide of a deer's foot. Mr.
MeGriri pr his present very hih.
mmber the basr mdi Therdy
at ilmr 's tore m Howard strt.
Liv Oak relctatt is Sfidir a mm
ready market s than for sometime
pat. A number of sales have bea
mad and thn isa rood demand for
amr-in ridence property. Farm pop
erty isali demand sad bring a
btner price than ever before. Prop-
erty that sold last ear at from 38 to
I is trianing from $10 to $1250 per
. New settler are ecomingiand
' bian farms and farm land with the
intention of making Suwannee county
Sheir h me.
Four elegant Christmas presents
Sivea away at Wolfe's.
J. E. Lowe, a successful farmer of
the Pine Grove settlement, planted
I 1-16 acres in sea island cotton with
ierd furnished by the Government
agent. Mr. A. S. Meharg, and picked
and mold therefrom $175.00 worth of
cotton and aced. This was certainly a'
grand yield, and demonstrates what
can be done in Suwannee county with
prwpr seed and cultivation. Mr. Lowe
fIlliwed the instruct ons of Mr. Me-
har, as near as possible in the plant-
ing and cultivation, and he is well sat-
isfied with the results.
:,Where A Dollar Gets
fn,.,t.l, u.,uids good clean Rice for only $1.
*, ,.r. ".l-ri is roasted Coffee, Best Yet, $1.
,., I..' c grade Oil Cloth; per yard 15c
(quart Galvanized Water Buckets, 15c
Sl.ra- I, quart Galvanized Wteor Buckets, 18
no' ms Sh p^I
66a murr~ au
Theiy4mk f Shsuh=
a ichsa yet a ydm
er--a an C.norta
Wumw to $4.50.
Make viour Purvhws
I. A. EIIIE.
St 4 f
I hAPI-4141 11tr #,e, $; i
a t bo soe t a r
Afst's MIrd Ows I d I
-mo -s awwo t o ofto
Im" Its 0 6 P -0hO
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is of Its resulting It o arw p-ai
can be obvlated by estt, r't.iw
Wla's Cough Remed au ;t no'*
cares Itlufnehsa. 1I rIt m ree,.o oas
tendency of the'4 9Ijta4e *..
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Worth, &&a tt o hin ho we we,
how the mmmit hoppmet m
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the Ocmdlha I hla .am. o, s i
got of therboa, md do W Ow
by and I got be& n iw in ,owi
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pretty uI se1mm Ole's be ad I
waLked a&damomd a Os hp.
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the mother S.Mi U we -mftw
- let, ai ther a om fob Ub
k44 amuw a^smy i b q
muster W' peet t' m a"
many perss d1* 4 tb..
fected with a Inr-t.IvI 41.l,.1
an attack of infiu-sas % 'k,
can be proupel r"r'i., 'i *a. .
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be sed. mmbkhg.
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trabe ill pwturg
those B; oamoltof
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a p.111.tha" p
Tbm arwea* tweo
We have urm aebfr
td" wee= -mpb~
god pulmat god
&o ame sad a sa
Time We bayem
that belogs to an
tdowe who irt b ckw
Wamba. Day' m
Studnts enter at In MF
work for their Neek W
wish to better yawr prad~
Addrss SOUTHERN U
Iidal Attention is Called to
Sm of Ladies and Mis
t vk &pIrow Being offered at 1
qW hve i.a ood stock, and will be pleased to I
TJyo cal and se them when ready to buy.
qG. rady kr the cold weather now and avoid
t ur sh on.
Se our Scial Number
The bet cloak we have ever off
at the pri.
q Wae ge a
ftu stock d Dress Goods, Staples,
contantly coming in, and can s
imL rm*C I bw- 6 bb IL, bOWK
V's '-- lhb ioave lia bow
am hboo 60 Oa1 go d1
49 60* b.* fw
hey are un
have had a
successful year and want to save our friends
noney as a Xmas gift See a fewprices below
kar Rmid-- lk-&I
,it alr it corw see
aftpg Ise =rIrJ
*ly but Mhm 10t.
ad C-- *0r w~ raI is
da *tosol pa.u
old am tvwo w h tomm
fib ow aft d
rr siwllI 1rrr
- p lr d .
hu an Wd buy yorm
Mubji Dfr&orkera d
TOa Pic obacoo fAom
my dawd kt mt eOPV
wy bssbat Iw iv save
NowIsbthe tiithidawI vl to w
m dw" d dwi amu~
A. S. STANSEL & COMPANY
k~&at t6e DsmoeWsts WAiMa
Irt O~ndewkame IY Mto
;7I4 =to tD msraM OI asre
i rt Ink t IM L J.Bkwa
he Dmserat's ~sthmionatomat
L ., l.1, -e of the h lWA ume
i*'OmWNu i n two em mo an
ITo Vskldb wobwn toh
QmAwsp h b
Tu o ry sickwith ty f~q~.s k
Hawk* who is Ce ?mom a a- w a *mm 0
Wese Ia '&.r
Put ridted her m*wWOOM10Ch ~b~dMI 000f
101h y this week. t.wm I .maw #
w .7 hsel was visitor m to"; an tW fp amwob
T ,A. I dwx of White *priqs, yw bm W mhetre s' 4
IPAt aObowhs m WelbornSuawk, ttow.. a- aut' paqdw -#w
I L Mcbid hu strtd to wuqk hun ed 6n O .
a MB twoetory shop buying oe tvm pe 's" O6" woo's
V Kra.Beide& Li r avisitim we pe- lhW'9' 0 It'fire of to I k
T. .0k, Mr. ad Mn. W. H. Muotl eyt"ftg ~ -, 'C *" '' *
Xrs. W. L Daughtry and chilii&. Iu.k"I V u
L$Ikhmd, aremvistiangher paPfht a, I *
,hr Y.4m.V 1 .
md ms. R. I Crver.
A-7"".'VftJackeoni of f 'a It'. a
Webb, of Valdosta, -P
T.W. Botbwell. of Ivr I tax.
V** mms. J. W. hA 1.. *
Memley. *-L IC .
-Ge Gfit and Oebu '-eve r .
msUaftNe a ssIw 4day l ow ,. .
UMhere bothr, W. K MYur I,
IL RItgh, dfGaemwiie. *aem
mmuft. ow W .R'
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S .4 s P*. v t
i 40* -'
r ~ ~~ a e'
I" ** y* f *'-E
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% .9 t
'' leased the Welbom Rice
until January 1st, 1910,
will commence cenin
Sc(n Friday, Nov. 26,d
Clean Rice each Friday
4 ', rafter until Friday before
t: latmas, and will clean on
ih rsday. December 28
SJ. F. Carver, Welhr, Fla.
Si I EIIHAMY'C
_ ?^y^ l llIIIiIsI i
%% lo.. a
r -L~rr~ ~lyo
vm SON a hi soigond
me- e d 0 be dh" IpO% A)*WaS
birsm b d o kk Xe I" G"
f Um. Good. Now Here
Over a Thousm d dollars worth of Fireworks.
O)ver five hundred dollars worth of Dolls.
(wer five hundred dollars worth of Exp
Wagons Hobby Horses, Carts, Etc.
Sil Lmw M Os Over two hundred doh
w* 4d Lwmy's C Cemadr at both staors. Beads
-'"eadeaI om wuth oi Toy Horns, Drum4
Web Im r wd Cm., Ptur, Games, Books, aBi,
S W Olb Wtoo nuaf
S-W m r m yornel afd be conovtc
thr SANTA Q.AUSSTOREb Wadquartersfo Xmasgoo
If it i~ ('hritmas Goods or Fireworks You w
Do't Buy until You See
Ctetmas 6oods and Fireworks
WAITING VPR OerS VONI
Beehre Rtallu, MWi n 00 1WI.
Tippm Is mwf
RomGaG, Dee. --Vumq the 4
wM uWt &Ww to pm b* bp1, 11
tilo kbPbty God qe t. t e o
omms.dehis to L Wow ? rm
a most etamarm sd i n I"
NZ okal 061"64laa shq m b "e
futed for t waty-bw 8Y&. No .
ggfferd from tabsiftuhe fw mvrs,
yhar, but beiev th" U.Prwa tu"
am fsting he wilnbe d Nothe
oy is that food simpy fwroimkb fi
for the diasm Althsqb be efuwt
Mri&ad beg Weto at, he arbW he
willnit dsowtil thO Vr W" Iei,%
comsnm hhrim He my*hei&be*
gry mWd hu no dwrt fwr flow arrl a 1
awit such timeaG w a( Wtor".
store his appetite.
Tippen i very week sad matt
leave his bed ad his death a &e111
A woli vedwas
On last Thusdvay the Suvem"*um
tyUnioa mt Wit the KrIIIS mqa*
Notwithstandig the ouwm) ewu ow,
there Were a guCO mat lairo roet.
seated and we hWd e mir St aw tra..
M. S. Knight with us.. sta do 0 .
lightosarmy hoe" uf esOMMO 0.
realize that our pnredwe% am. r
great work,IWd Weego, No*e
State uinses ssetot O h W .
good things. Store fi we i aa
have them. So brthre. ,. aw .**&
up to a mrelia eof d fI .e q as *
Unionmsa Wd h e1a V ; *'. k
ladersanre ea bhm t4 w,
mat. L~t's PAW by them 6 -,
M4yWtoamWi to the cW 4h-V .V.&
dewimthat tb I'mu be heW a
pushed mytm. bt h w
that bgdRTv of Oat N .OW *0.A
to be at tWhad eofahm ."m i .,
O- a I *%f *be 5
60 atem to 1 4mas t., ?
k~ l ap
4* "4' .
P, ,?1- *
the t to*.*
o4Ii t t5
~b *w' ,stak
4W k 4ita g.4"'A-I% I'1o 5 4p 4.I
ow pvmom Am woo so wisve, a w
4 awo.ow a No""% M ad I
* 4 p ass I 5
V g 4 00 # lisimm" 4 14 is
a.. t *4 so* 0, roo" t
Fitted with the Latest Improvd
for B kmitix of the s
SPKCDA S ANO WGLASLS A
DR. B. S. ROWELL
OPITONSTIST AND OPTICIA
I 'WU '1? WAtIMAL SANK LIVE OArk,,
ha~.,. h- Wg
14 l8w %Poe 1 ,4 IV.
46 ), OW ; *' -
p tv" 5aV,% I ,
6 M! 4.. A
sko4, ,* "ft a- so*.
I & r
Ot yom u take any interest in meal time?
ted tWd to tempt you? Have to force yourself to
t anJd even then your stomach rebels at takMi
0 .1% *-*-_
%I", vrtd kT ethin bfr your liver. That org
o heib e get out ot order at this season. We haW
* i,-unwr J ,t!
a I 0 1f,' ...x
: ".Unry again&
I~w -c bemt cf these is RexaU lUW
jolts -ICate ard regulate the ac(a O
You i n -4 bowc'3 w.:hout griping. It never 66
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