Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00584
 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 31, 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: VID00584
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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The year 1909 is practically now a matter of history and

Year of 1910 is upon us, bringing with it bright promises of

prosperity. The good prices of te products of this section

have in a measure offset the sort production and as a

people are prosperous, and in this general prosperity
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Is highly pleased and again offers its services

in the further development of this a n


As well as they who follow other callings, to happy to us

when in need of money, and to one and all we offer the services of


in which we pay 4 per cent interest and will give you hack your

money at any time.




is the gratifying figure at which our reserves now stand, having

made the greatest gain of any bank in this section of Florida.

IF YOU NEED MONEY or if you want to deposit money, will

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All Florida LIA Worth Its Priew.
A good de of talk is going the
rounds of t ress these days about
S"itig things," that great
-,. dealiR land played on the market
produce what is claimed it will,
and is ot rorth the money asked for
it, etc.
Now, let us take a look in'o this
land matter a little, and see if we do
not find things some different than
have these pessimists. As a general
rule, land on which colonists are locat-
ed in this state, is being sold at from
120 to $30 an acre, with a lot in the
colony town thrown in. Any man can
make a living for his family on five
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a', n h offer thatI l" medicine

"fll m PaN guarantee that it
When a medicine iffsets a suceusful
treatmt mn a very large, majority of
mes, ad when we offer that medicine
*ow own perusM guarantee that it
wil cupt the user nothing if it does not
.qedI relieve catarrh, it is only
eMsminMt that people should believe
k or at least put our claim to a prac-
tical test when we take all the risk.
These are facts which we want the
people to Wiubtpntiate. We want them
to try Rexall Mucu-Tone, a medicine
prepared from a prescription of a phy-
dcian with whom catarrh was a speo-
dalty and who has a record of thirty
years of enviable success to his record.
We receive more good reports about
'Rezll Mucu-Tone than we do of all
other catarrh remedies sold in our
store, and if more people only knew
what a thoroughly dependable remedy
Rexall Mcu-Tone is, it would be the
only catarrh remedy we would have
my demand for.
Rexall Mucu-Tone is quickly absorbed
and by its therapeutic effect tends to
disinfect and cleanse the entire mucous
membraneous tract, to destroy and re-
move the parasites which injure the
membraneous tissues, to soothe the ir-
ritation and heal the soreness, stop the
mucous discharge, build up strong,
healthy tissue and relieve the blood and
system of diseased matter. Its influ-
nce istoward stimulating the muco-
eeis, aiding digestion and improving
nutrition until the whole body vibrates
with healthy activity. In a compara-
tively short time it brings about a no-
ticeable gain in weight, strength, good
color and feeling of bouyancy.
A e urge you to try Rexall Mucu-
Tone, beginning a treatment today. At
any time you arn not satisfied, simply
come and tell us, and we will quickly
return your money without question or
quibble. We have Rexall Mucu-Tone
in two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Re-
member you can obtain Rexall Reme-
dies in Live Oak only at our store. -
The Rexall Store. The Suwannee Drug

Automatic Smokeless Device
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 cola 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 aT! pals to the provident and the fastidious, the
Perfection Oil Heater, with its new automatic smokeless device, de-
cisively leads. Finished in Nickel or Japan in various styles.-
BMy Dealer Everywhere. If Not At Yours, Write for Descriptiv Circular
to the Nearet Agenq of the



Below we quote a few prices out of
a great deal-more in proportion.
Dogwood Tomatoes 7c
Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib 6c
Prunes, per Ib 12c
Uneeda Crackers, per pacA age 4
10c Goods in N. Bis Co 9c:
6 Bafny Pet Cream 25c
24 lbs. Town Talk Flour 5c
12 lbs. e' 45ei
Black Eyed Peas, per qt 12c i
Meal and Grits, per Ib 2c
6 Naptha Soap for 25c;
2 ib. Pails Snow Drift Larl 25c I



All persons are hereby notified that
the shooting or discharging of any kind
of fireworks within the fire limits of
th2 City of Live Oak is hereby prohi-
bited. Any person or persons convicted
of a violation of this prohibition will be
fined or imprisoned. By order of,

acres nere, anu nave at least xu ani K. t. MCNJILL, MAY
acre left each year, or $250 from a five-
acre tract, which is an average of Chal. and Glue.
about 100 per cent on his original in- \ \iI. II.1\\0!%t.I, l i, k \\i!i aIi
vestment. Of course, this statement ltvrially to I,- u i. :rriti ot ,lrdit
carries with it the proviso that the gluie.
"man work., instead of putting in his -:
time standing around enjoying the' .tic'.
pleasant weather and telling of the big ,, ,,, ,,, ,,
fish he caught. ,..
Remember that this man is out only vEmerNn. !. \.: M;,.rr'h !'. :'. i
a hundred or two hundred dollars for; ,.nwi ,i .. .wn -hi ,-th. r,n ii,,
land, and not more than a thousand T,,iahaew Mt r.inldn. hanr d i t n.itf, t.f tl ,
dollar t make nit put in shape for t h land ar i,f. tc,tab c'
dollars for having it put in shape for i the land dlwovv th-scri. iwd frd. i>.if j. .]rL -

cultivation and building him a first-class
house-and it pays him 25 per cent as
his interest the first year.
Land in the North and West that
will yield $5W0 worth of anything net a
year is held at from $2-0 to $300 an
acre, and usually land that yields as
much as $50 igr ss a year brings $50 an
acre there. It requires a great deal
more costlv house to live in, stock must
be ft i in the stall six months at least
out of every twelve, and the fuel bill
is about twtnty times as great as it is

circuit court, at l.1tr t itk. t .;i i 'i a ,- i
Faibruary. ,"' '
('lainant tinal.tn :li wittri --t
A. J Fultch. if Emers,:-i. 'ia
\. I.. MLNic Tirs. if O'HBr,-i. F *
('ha'lie Futch. of F-F't'i. r'.a
W. M W\

";th-crilh.- tor the I>'tmotrai(, $1 00

A Handsome Wommai

Evr woman may not be bai
every woman shM
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A Fair Complexion

is crthKeeping
If your complexion Is worth keep.
ing at !l, it's worth keeping well.
That's why you should use

a delightful preparation of the highest
efficiency in softening, soothing, heal.
ing and preserving the skin. Renders
the complexion fresh and free from
blemish. Keeps the hands soft and
white; absolutely pure, free from all
grea'- or oil -and will not soil cloth.
Sold with the Rexall guarantee-
price per bottle, 35c.
LIVE OAK, :: :: FlA)II)A

No oil heater has a higher
efficiency or greater heating
power than the


Oil Heater

(Equipped with Smokel Device)

With it you can go from the
cold of the Arctic to the warmth
of the Tropics in 10 minutes.

The new

('omplainants Solicitor.

Notice of Application
Under Section 8 of
T id nit ,'. r LILtiUi4,


f(r Tax Deed
Chapter 48S,

Srpt 17-a.

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Noties inh rehg V M- Ct the q fl d Cin
ty Cummldi5"sMif "S m aw huk.
will om Ji ldwSB. 1 t. a.
ids fer w m thebabr med eM ai e6,
y Couart Cmiin B&' nslbl
Said rumkir wse ehdi 4Ahi abstrodhf
betwem thist. and ec tw Mf the
ruts:&Wd be d ldbNi bala fer #a fee
fnom the rsb; amdt hias hui B Nm b
brushtha. t mamrebsuin toM the fomro dw-
Contaetors to furna b ood In te' onof
m500.0, with two or more sw ad rnBl4 i
The first monthly paymt to be at the rIar
meeting of id Bard in Mrchl. sd eh
month thereefar.
The Bosad rarm the right to rjewt an aad
aU bids. A.M. MoatLT. inama.
J. W. BaYOk. Clrk-
This. December. 9. 1q9.

Notice is hereby given that the Board ofCounty
Commissioners of Suwane county. Frida. wil
receive bids for the county convicts of .id omaty
for the year 1910. on Monday, January 10th. 1M.
12 o'clock noon.
Lessee to furnish clothes. food. medial atten-
tion. and to give each convict the amount do
money at the end of his sentence that the law re.
Lesse to pay for cash convict from the dat, of
sentence to the end of the term. or to the end d
year. according to which is the shorter.
The Bard reerving the right to rject any and
all bids.
A. Mo. K m Chairman.
J. W. BRYSON. Clerk
This. December 9.1909

Notice is hereby given that I the undersized
a guardian of the persons and etatueaoftCa-
houne Yancy Byrd. Floseie Byrd Guaae Byrd.
Chas. Brown Byrd and Clyde Byrd all infant
under the age of twenty-ne yera a the 31st
day of December. A. D. will apply toHon.
J. N. .: nner, County Judg. ed Sawanee county.
Florida. at his o le in the emrt haain tie city
of 'ive Oak. Florida. at the ho r of tn e'dow a.
.. for an order authorI'r me as uech grdian
to sell the right title and interest and lease fora
term of years, the turpentine in the pine timber
on the following deribed lands, together with
the lease hold interest of any buildings and ap-
purtenances thereon. to-wit: Ne of sw4 and
s5 of sw% and w4 of se4 and ne% of e%. mse-
tion 3. township 1. range 12 south and east; sw%
section 10. township 1. range 12 south ad east
n and n of sw%4 and s4eof sw sad ow ofw
se% and ne of seY section 16. townshbip 1. range
12 south and east: nu and n0 of sw and ne of
se4. section 17. township L range 12 south ad
east; e'l of seV4 of sw%. section 27. township 1,
range 12 south and east; w/ of nww% ad nw% of
w. section township L range 12 south ad
east; w of ne4 and nw% and si. sectio 5,
township 2. range 12 south and asW- s4 of ne%
and nw. and un, of swI4 ad ae%. setio 9.
township range 12 sooth and ena: of nwi
and sw% of nw%. section 16. township 2. range
12 south and east; nwV and W. section 17. town-
ship 2. range 12 soth Mad eat; E anad ew of
sw%,, section 1 township 2. range 12 south and
east; wtof 5e% and ar nd aw% of sw% and
0i of sw%. aetiom 19. twbship 2. range 12 soth
and ast; entire section new% dof section
25. township 1. ran 11 south ad w ast.
Guardian's Attorney.

Partition ,Sale.
Pursuant to an order of the Judge of the Circuit
Court 3rd Judicial Circuit of Florida. in and for
Suwannee county, in that certain cause wherein
P. W. Warren is complaint and Delia Small
and Henry Small are defendants for partition of
the land hereinafter described, we. the under-
signed commiasioers will. on the inst Monday in
January. 1910. in front of the court haose door in
Live Oak. Fla.. during the legal hours of sale.
sell at public auction to the highest bidder for
cah, the following described property, to-wit:
Beginning at the northeast. corner of the sw'4 of
ne, of section 24. township 2. range 13 south and
east, thence running south 210 feet: thence west 106
feet; thence north 210 feet; thence east 106 feet to
point of beginning, containing one-half acre in
Suwannt~e county. Flokrida.

Citizens Bank


Presidence Phone 162.

I'tMone 109.




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o'f Notice is hereby given that A. 1, Ry'son. pur- 1
.,1.dl l.te above is the name of a German i chaser of tax certificate No. 25. dated the 2nd day i
* ,ilr ic al, which i one f thv f June. ,1r. has filed .aid certificate in my office, I
.at. chemical, which iS one fo the tan i ani has nmade application for tax deed to isiue in
, \;a!u.ible ingredient,, of Folev's Kidnev o,"""ance with law. Said certificate embraces LIVE
"l," n I the following described property situate in Su-
! h,. t'rntwdy. Hiexametlhvklntett tramine is; wannt, county. Florida. to-w:t: Lot S.-c. '2
Sr niz by T .S range I E. 41 acres. The said landbeing as-
Tr'c~IgiZe~li by r icz tt I4, an zses-wed a' thedat* of the issuance of said certifi- T E
aui! oriti's as a uric acid s lt \nt and c ate n the name of unknown. U'nless.said er- I&
feaf:. hhall I*I redeemed acordinx to law. tax
antisptic fur the urine. Takre Folev'" d tii wil issue thertnn on the 17th day of Jan-
d y Remd l | '" .V. A I. 1,MlI. i
Kidncyv RemeLy -oonl s y\ou not.ce wi:t,- n ,t official signrture and seal this the
an irrtnulariti s ani avo avo a serious :t IthIday flentber. A. D.. 1..
maiatav. l"orilda ,Rook and I)rug (Co. 'i c.r ,-i;. ,ai court. Swannw county. Florida. Leai pi

LEG A L NOTICES In ('irtrit 'Court, tate of Fat llorda. jWill pr
LE L I Naicsy Jo .ner et al.. c,.mpiainant., vs. James
HI,%krdl v al., dtvfndant,,. Third Judicia'l I.1\. I.
('Circuit. Suwannee ',ount.v-In Chancery.
S.I(tll'T. T, t:nmma toward. ,,rte of tit, defendants- -
d S. ;rLan .-a ainvlle a etin'"
S Lan t ain iIt ailpeaPrr' by afidavit aLppernded to the bill
D_ NOee. It. h.. f filed in the above state cause that th. nrsidenc,-
N o ti .t !s h ,rela c ei a n a J', sv ioh T. M atl 4V. a'f .. .. .-.

general practice i a
Federal Courts.
I'ostoffice Bulidlif.
'PaHOsF No. 19!
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Pa ptrs

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carefully and F
in all the Sta
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York, dentist. Phone 4I54

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office rooms formerly e n
Dr. L M. Die.

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IN II0 WINTER -W ai"of

T e e ew k asd riebuid mud Awvaike hb xrlidmotlI
afe w Iith the liUf onf thbIRin &-
tic. Othwisetei fI ie Oak
wBI IaO thesaye'dma U"mfwt PO
monolaw inac an Pe ses mra deUr and
We have just received a Beautiful Line of the Fl"a f teofstfsc
workcanatheoexpMme"of efoern6te
nem Style Skirts and Suits. The new Skirts are of 1"1mdtb" ,
S, rPassed at regular sesion of "counl,
a UPrur n ,.u cPiom and will hp wnm PYpl11 K this 13th day of De ember 1909.

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Attst:-A. H MLvaWEl%
Be it lemd, bi dto *r -i:
theft d cIn OI noiw.:
F-rtb: Thatr its opr is
soay dth t t in of IM;-

K o ^1 Ve" J Yr J1 gV J.E. .Woon, PrK. of Cou l. bdythe within aaid ao
Aively. Our stock embraces all that is new in. the t*'s:-n "H. the^ Isla' b- es
Be it resolved, by the city council of certain sidewak a the, ui -
styles, shades and colors for 1909-10. % o, e ok, .: s. ,
S First: That it is expedient and ne. Oak1 Floda, e xtaft a'bW
essary that the following described street 110 fet sad ben g
sidewalks within aid city shall be r* that certain t IN f8 lf e f7
moved and rebuilt by the following Mboui d urthbyeladr dT.AL
It wil be pleasure W"0fl "-:" ^z
be a plear named owners of land abutting the astby Laud d 41W. R ln
It I asu re same. That is to say that certain aide- Vlabii m etMd a t Lw i
walk on the north side of Third street D. W. Hinwy, a id i t
within the city of Live Oak, Flri by H. M. Weod. S
to us to have you call and see our new line of the extending from the o main line of the constrc, od.p-o o
Atlantc Coast Line Railroad's track thick- built o .
latest and most popular line of skirts. 'tothepropertyofC. H. Brown the bitni :
West thereof and abutted by the and The p modsname b ,i
of said Atlantic Coast Line Railrd, asuowmvnlsbew li
Sincaded within the "Y" lying north of waft as hirehr M I A
stidtreet, n sidewaIk to be'c0 0ao fis lUtAmWaNWa
IIIT O AK strted of tiial stone tiing, of prirn Mh d is mwmil
S LYOI M IIINEI II Lk uniform sie ad tobesix feetin width. pn r o his
Owner of the abutting property i At- wi the city f irU OI d llM
I I1 mo|1anI I8 fi lantic Coast Line Railroad Company. sa.e mk ede pvrP Mo i O
I The persons med in'the raitie S d am&suand ped ,4iu
as owners be required toremove and f m m ." 0 a
_____ rebuild said sidewalks as hereinefore tie for the ust of sed kb la
specified within a period of thirty day ..xpemes of e-in F 66 Me ..
after service of copies hereof in Ac- iu-md at rqLar aNOWaOf
eordanee with the provisions of this this 13.day of d ceuar U
resolution. Otherwise the city o. Live J.L& WOo,
._ ^ Oak will have the same done under P dt a Cy dL o &
-.4p provisions of law in such cases made Attest:-A. IL Iv.fty Ci l Oa .
Sn ta iand provided, and will enforce aens
/ t against abutting properties for t Beithreel s.by the dl mid
I 0v voreh". of such work and the expeMe of en- the i
7 .'. .*4)fo rcings the samet: .L1Ik
Passed at regular session of coauncil,U tha fth5
a FLOt DA S AND l08K COMPANY this 13th day of December 1909.t
"4 ..i J. E. WOOD, Pres. of Council. by the oflowin named mM
X AS F E-4 Attest-A. H. LWnm, Clerk. a btti het s Mraa e T i
XAIS GOODS AND FIREWORKS 25% DISCOUNT, certain sidek t n t
-- Be it resolved, by the city councilof Vanburen street in the city O
-ROM D J r7 1 1 the city of Live Oak, Florida: Oak, Florida, extendirs alo l
ROM december 27 to January 1 we will sell Toys First: That it is expedient and nec- street 79 feet and beiug btted It
S and Fireworks at twenty-ive per cent discount i essary that the following described that certain lot 79 feet by d 10 a7
a Fp -. sidewalks within said city shall be built bounded north by land of Gr$W, u A
SWe will have'Toys on display all the year at the -~ i by the following named owners of land by home piece of C. A. Groove'i
SI n abutting the same. That is to say that by Vanboren street and wrt byf
lorida Drug and Book Company s store, and alter January certain sidewalk on the north side of of C. W. Roge, and said lot b s
ist they will be sold at 1 price. Vanburen street in the city of Live owned by Mrs. H. L Robiul. Sb l
Shey ill be ld at regular pne. Oak. Fl rida, extending along said sidewalk to be constructed of colwr
uy your Toyst s weekw ehey are ch eap. street 309 feet and being abutted on tvo inches in thickness, boilt ontIMwI
Buy your Toys this week while they are cheap. the north side thereof by that certain foundation, and to be five feet ainm |
When wanting anything in the line of Toys, don't ,i lot 105 feet by 309 feet bounded north The persons named in the r@oht -,r
-4 by home place of J. B. Barton and land as owners be required to build id sl
buy until you see CO O K. "' of D. G. Bardin, east by Pi chard, walks as hereinbefore specified wtli
buy until Y seeO O K south by Vanburen street and west by a period of thirty days after servi of
-0 Ohio avenue and said lot being owned copies hereof in accordance with the
4 by Mrs. A. D. Mays. Said sidewalk to provisions of this resolution. Othwb '
-0, be constructed of concrete, two inches i wise the city of Live Oak will have the
l l6 iJ illlllrlII II 1iil lltl l llll l{l11 in thickness built on stone foundation, same done under provisions of law in
Si i and to be fie feet in width. such cases made and provided, 2 dl
SThe persons named n the resolution enforce liens against abutting proper
CIT nl i 'r F. K d sa 00 b a e as owners be required to build said side- i ties for the cost of such work and the
'InY m~(IIJ P( I s. J.F. Kinkaid, salary ... 7500 fireman be allowed $5.00 per month, thealks as hereinbefore specified within expense of enforcing the same.
J H Anderson, salary ...... 40 00 fire chief to be allowed $8.00 per iod of thirty days after seneice of y Passed at regular session of council.
Live Oak, Fla., Dec. 13, 1909. J. F. Kinkaid................... 8 75 month. I period reof thin accorty das ce with ther o hif s 1ath day of December 1Co.
City council met in regular session.' A H Lewin ......... ...... 41 90 A motion was made that chief and provisions of thia resolution. Other- J. E. WooD,
'ol present, J. E. Wood, president IJ. C. Lyle....... ......... 4 60 chairman fire committee to purchase pise the citv of Live Oak will have the President City Council.
of ouil; Aldermen S. J. White, J. B. P. Mosely...... ..... 6 50 necessary fire hose at once. same done under provisions of law in At,,: A. t. LEWI,
SBarlay, D. L. Byr.d, F. W. Butler, i W. H. Lyle........ .. 2 00 A motion that Capt. Lye and C. W. suh cases made and provision,, and will City. Clerk.
W. kogers and S. A. Hinely. E. J. Harris ......... 10 -0 Rogers present to bond trustees item- enforce liens against abuttinj prper-
Minutes of November meeting were Dr. L. J. Efird. 2 0 ized bill of street work and that the ties for the cost ,"f such work and th. Th.rc- !* \ n, further bu.ie.sscuun-
d and approved. 4 city be re-embursed for same. expense of enforcin the arne. i'l adjourrd. J. E. WooD.
The following reports were read and made councilman A motion that the city put down 10- P'aSed at regular ^.oin ,f co,,ci;. Att, t. -. I t.r.s.
*I, lfL ourrruahai, Hinely that marshal and chairman of inch well at water works, and that su- this l::th dlay of Itct.iher 1 -".
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Published every Friday at
ot. 121 Conner St., Live Oak, Fla.

Subscription Price:

Telepwne .4

Entered at the Live Oak Postoffice as
second-clans matter.

m ftheldwM ibeday brg No
with LikBg "grad stud phys" be.
camehehsgm tiotwdncd n cone
gresai bil to provide for the pay-
ment to the State of Florida of nearly
one minion dolka, cotton tax illegally
' collected by the Government from our
people baek in the sixties; and also be-
canse e has reintrodueed his measure
to levy an import duty on Egyptian
and other long staple cotton coming in-
to this country in competition with our
Sea Island product. That the ends
soughtto be reached by both these
measures are much to be desired and

would be very helpful to the people of
Florida will not be denied, and this

being true, we should be glad to know
Our Live Oak Christmas might well in what other way Mr. Clark could
serveas a model for the rest of the move toreach them. He has done the
country in those respects in which only right thing possible in the prem-

there is such urgent need of reform.
I: he was no lawlessness or rowdyism
Sort mentioning, no drunkenness in
Sight, barring a mild case or two, and
thmmuads of people of both races min-
f ged on the streets in perfect good hu-
mor aand in the true Christmas spirit.

Judge Reeves doubtless felt that he
was blessed: above all men in the
. ChruLtas gift he got by the with-
* dnrwaof Mr. Blount from the sena-
toealrnes, thus leaving him as the
S ly West Florida man in the field for
* thlt a Judge Reeves is a man of
Strong character and ability, aid to be
my popular in West Flrida, and the
withdrawal of Mr. Blount may improve
his prospects for getting in the second

The great world-question that has
ied unanswered down the ages in
i tmdsrous tones, "Who struck Billy
-Patton?" has at last been side-
tr-fe d by the more momentous query,
Am"her is Dr. Cook?" The season
beig Christmas and Doe. being in deep
roble, our guess is that's he's off n:-
a drunk, and under such circumrp'ices
yom know how hard it is to fi-. a fel-
bw lsow eime when he vants to lay
lw and has the price to pay for the

The returns ar,,all in from the late
SChristmas fasities, and the number
mother forms of crimi-
hdvlneDaee in the States most given
to Osch expressions of Christmas hilar-
ity is perhaps full up to the average.
Idkctmon to develop and train weak
sad primitive brains, sobriety to keep
dow am the lawless instincts and im-
pulses of human nature, and an admin-
istration of the criminal law that will
make it in fact what it was intended
to be, but from which it is at a distance
too vast now to compute- these in time
will give us a civilized Christmas free
from bloodstain and debauch. But how
klog, Oh, Lord! how long?

The withdrawal of Hon. W. A.
Blount from the senatorial race last
'week was something of a political sen-
sation. Mr. Blount publishes at length
his reasons for the surprising step he
has taken, and those reasons in sub-
stance are that his health was suffer-
, uing under the strain of the canvass he
was making, and the constant personal
appeal to voters to support him had be-
come intolerably humiliating, putting
him, as it did, in the attitude of a sup-
pliant beseeching favors. He was not
discouraged by his prospects, but sole-
ly for the reasons given he preferred
to withdraw to the seclusion and inde-
pendence of private life to which he
had been accustomed. Mr. Blount will
suffer no loss in the high opinion of his
fellow-citizens by this step, and his
statement of his motives will be ac-
cepted as absolutely true. His second
reason for withdrawing is really unique!

ises; if he had done less it might have
been charged against him with some
show of reason that he had not been
sufficiently prompt and alert in renew-
ing his efforts to accomplish the work
he had inaugurated at a previous ses-
It is not disputed that the cotton tax
-which Mr. Clark seeks to have returned
to our people, was illegally collected,
and nothing but the arbitrary will of a
republican majority m congress stands
in the way of repayment. Mr. Clark
is appealing to the sense of justice in
that majority to do right in the matter,
and he is making material headway
along that line at each session of con-
gress. That is the only ay to win,
and if he persists m his endeavors it is
reasonably sure that he will win. But
if he does not, that will be the end of
it and the people of Florida will never
get back that million dollars illegally
taken from them under color of law at
a time when there wasn't much justice
for the South m either Federal legis-
lation if administration. But war
- judices having nearly disappeared in
"congress, Mr. Clark's bill, or one like
it, ",ill become law and that money
will be returned.

As for the proposed tax on foreign
long staple cotton, which now comes
into this country, duty free, to depress
the price of our Sea Island staple, it is
practically certain that every Sea Is-
land cotton grower in the South warm-
ly endorses Mr. Clark's bill; and as
protection against foreign competition
is the fixed policy of the Governmeut,
republican consistency demands that
that bill shall pass. Our congressman
is appealing to that consistency with
some prospect of success, and the more
he hammers the better that prospect
grows. The whole history of congress-
ional legislation shows that v ry many
measures, hopeless when in'roJuced,
were finally and after the lapse of a
number of'sessions, enacted into law
as the result of persistent effort that
refused to become discouraged, and
that is evidently the spirit in which Mr.
Clark is working for the passage of
these two bills.
It is unfair in the extreme to charge
him with "grand stand playing" be-
cause he is sticking to his purpose with
such admirable tenacity, and the peo-
ple of this district are sure to resent
such unfairness by re-electing him to

The recent controversy as to what
editor had been longest in continuous
service in Florida seems to have been
settled in favor of Editor Harris, of
the Ocala Ban er; and now the ques-
tion is, what editor in the entire United
States can justly claim the proud dis-
tinction of having been longest in the
harness. An interesting contribution
to that question is the following which
we take from the last issue of the
American Press, and which will be es-

bT thm beee thas F
mmde Ihv bem bnm so of tt t"
the habit has becMe a subject for jst
sad mah fippmant dad ia saidodar
tak, Thebesutyabout a good re.
hita is that it ean sustain fracture
wranble without losing either its
life or its virtue, and if the rsolutor
keps at it he may win out in the end,
aad that will be worth the pain of al
the previous fracture. The very par.
pose to make a good reoutimn, even
though the will shouldprove too weak
to keep it, shows that you are worth
saving and are on the right road.
Keep on fighting your' besetting sB.
Keep on making good resolutions, pro-
vided you do it sincerely, no matter it
you do break them, and some glorious
day you'll find that they have reached
the sticking point at last and you have
been redeemed from the degrading
slavery of habits hurtful to all that
was best in you-and, perhaps, drag-
ging you down to hell. All the truth
and honor and virtue in the world to-
day; all the high, strong manhood and
pure, noble womanhood; all that makes..
lile worth living, were achieved-t-nly
after tie failure of innum rible good
resolutions made by ourselves and our
ancestors, and if discouragement and
indifference had resulted from such
failure the world woulI have been a
moral chaos today. The more good
resolutions registered tomorrow in
good faith by strong and weak alike,
the less of sin and sorrow there will be
m the year 1910.

Ex-Governor Broward sends ort
word that his candidacy for the United
States senate is a sure thing, no mat-
ter what may have been rumored to
the contrary, and. with his usual, but
sometimes mistaken, confidence in the
dear people, he says that if the vote
were taken now he would win easily
over all competitors. The ex-governor
is a formidable man anywhere you put
him, and he is going to make a stren-
uous campaign to realize his highest
ambition, but we hazard the prediction
that senatorial laurels are not for him
-at leasi not this time.

The South loses a sturdy friend and
advocate, and Mississippi a most loyal
and devoted son by the death of Sena.-
tor A. J. McLaurin, of that State.
which occurred last week. The dt-
ceased statesman, starting from an
humble beginning (he called hi.rself a
hill-billy), woi his way steadily up-
ward by force ot strong ability, dogged
determination and an ambition that
never faltered or relaxed. Hie achieved
the highest honors that his State could
bestow upon him, and he deserved
them. "Old Anse" had a marvelous
hold upon the confidence and affections
of the plain people of Mississippi, and
they deplore his death perhaps more as
that of a personal friend than a public
servant. The legislature will elect his
successor a few weeks hence, and ex-
Governor Vardaman is among the can-
didates for the place.


.lllpe \Wall Maks Pertinnlt Remtarks
to Jlror., in iTnipa;t.

"What we need is the judicious ad-
ministration of hem!p." said Judge J.j
B. Wall in the midst of his address to
the grand jury yesterday on the car-
rival of crime which has been preva-
lent here. It was the opening of the
"I regret," he said, "that there has
been so many cases of homicide here.
I do not know what is getting into the
people. While I was away from here


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Lost Your


Don't you take any interest in meal time ?



food fail to tempt you ? Have to force yourself to
eat, and even then your stomach rebels at taking

You need something for your liver. That orga
is liable to get out ot order at this season. We aMe
a number of good liver remedies that will set you
right and make you feel hungry again.
The surest and best cf these is Rexall U9ls
Salts. It will stimulate and regulate the action f
your liver and bowels without griping. It never fab
in it3 results and is pleasant to take. Sold with thM
Rezal guarantee. Extra large package, SOc.

wannee Drug COi
Live Oak, Florida


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at at Cook's prowpty at tree p.
ad cdremw u. SSaturday.

wm Sath Fla.
syrup at S. P.

who has rooms at
uz916' b has gone to
& IVraisLt to relatives.
ad" is p.t-nt medicines at

STean Johnson, of Alton,
!I iLive Oak, thd guests

Hd blak books at Cook's.
f Newberry, who has
d visit to Mrs. P. .
to his home Monday.
Iwareu at J. M. Stnckland's
*,e Hemfing. of Welboin,
triends in this city the
it a st week.

do silver with every pound
at S. P. Maya'.
rldlil *who is a student at the
bi S lqorYaieal school, is at home

LU 4WeKIdmd's u the place to buy
nld ware. oct-8-tf
m l L Haddo.k, of Lake City,
M p rd relatives here for a

ol .p I b J uls, records,

iE4qr fd fsMiy, of Colunbus,
uiRr cty mo a visit to his
lr. .Ge Lycs and wife
iyare keIt pbg books, get your
kk5l al t Caok'.L
SMBi I House of Port Orange,
'-)em ri% this city for several
^ aMr.n e C. G. Barnett
^*|N Minis retired to her h, me
P. t^l^~fB BW^ lRWK

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Robert ready, whohasapositi, nat Wantd--Six yem9 hdea to be
Madioo, spent m Christmas i this city tyrand for BmnK YMut be between
the guest of his awut. Mrm. E. L Me- brhtem Bd tirty yn of A e, wol
Carther. educated, hethy and of good chuse-
Buy your drugs and books, and have on Ster orinum radi Scthe Hoolal-
your prescriptions filled at Cook's. o dosta, Ga. i
Uncle Dan Tedder, one of the most
revered of Live Oak's citizens, contin- H. Lee wren f In i
ues to be very feeble, and is still con- spding the week in this city, the
finleto his room, guest of F. R. McCormack's family. .
A $10 dinner set given away every Mr. and Mrs. B. Lucas, of Tampa, W
Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p. m,, spent Christmas in this city with rda-
at Cook's. tive. Mr. LIcas returned home Mon-:

J. L. McGee, a prominent citizen of
St. Francisville, Mo., is in our city the
guest of his brother-in-law, Dr. T. S.
Andersoi and family.
For Sale-Five fuUlbkood setter pups.
If sold at once, $3.00 each. Address
P. 0. box 39.
Miss Nina Connell, of Valdosta, Ga.,
after a very pleasant visit to her sis-
ter, Mrs. James C. Lyle, has returned
Buy your enameled ware from J. M.
Strickland and save from 25c to 50c on
all purchases. oct-8tf
The Baptist Sunday School gave a
Christmas entertainment at the church
Friday night to a large and apprecia-
tive audience.

Wanted-All the
can get for the year I
handle the Vrgina-C
Co's. fertilizers. All
at cheapest possibi
credit. Give me yo
W. S Hodge.
A. H. Masters mad
to Ocala the latter pa
Mrs. Masters and lit
companied him as
where they will vis
parents for a few day



When wanting Watches, Clock
Jewelry and Diamonds.

Finely assorted line for present
for Old and Young. qEngrai
og and Repairing a Specialti
e will be very glad to sho
you our line whether you wis
to buy or not. v q


Live Oak,


credit customers I
1910. Also I shall

day, but Mrs. Lucas will remain for a!
longer visit to her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. Curtis Grubb.
CoL and Mrs. Ed Warren, of Swain-
boro, (GL, are in the city for the holi-i
days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
F. Smith. Mr. Warren is very much
impressed with our city and may decide
to invest in property and make this his
Syd L. Conner, of Quitma, came
down Saturday for a visit to homefolks
and Mrs. Conner and the baby b'.,
who are here on a visit to her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Grubb. Mr. Con-
ner returned to Quitman Sunday after-
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lawless, of Daw-
son. Ga., were in our city the latter
part of last week visiting Mrs. P. E.
O'Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Lawlesm s -


doe- not depot with u&a B u
wanthim to. Our iwstitutim'
the farmer, the business man and a
others who ant a safe place to keep.
their earnings or who may need an oc
casional loan.

We are fixed to take care of all such,
and invite you to make yourselves at
at home when in our place of business.


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^ They Carry Everything in the Uudertaking Lin.

3arolina Chemical brated their twenty-eight wedding anBALMING A
I kinds and gradesi niversary by taking a wedding journey vw -" w-w- w w w
e price-cash or and they were en route home, after ...
our orders early, having visited all the important resorts N ATURE TELLS YOU
Sin Florida and have had a most enjoy-
le a business trip abletrip. A M;, X a iva )Oak leader Kmows
irt of last wetk. The many friends of Mr. S. A. J. T' %ell.
ttle daughter ac- Home, wno lives about two miles south
far as Williston, of Live Oak, will sympathize with him When the kidneys are sick,
it Mrs. Masters' in the loss of his companion, who died Nature tells y.) all about it.
s. early Sunday morning. Mrs. Home Tlhe urie is natir,-'s calendar.
had been in very poor health for sev- Infrequent or oo r,iouevnt action;
eral weeks and her demise was not un- A urinary trouble ellss of kidney
..... expected. She was about 66 yearsof ills
age W d beside her husband, leaves a Doan' ilJidney hii cure all kidney
R I) large number of relatives to mourn her ills.
death. She was laid to rest in theNew Live Oak people testify to this.
SHopecemetery Monday, Rev. T. A. E.. Tullock, HowardSt., LiveOak,
Cox read theburial serves. The Fla, says: "I first used Doan's Kid-
Democrat extends sympathy to the be- ey Pills when living in Greenville,
reaved ones. Tenn., and at that time they cured me
The holiday trade in Live Oak this of a severe case of kidney trouble. I
year was the largest in tho history of was not bothered again until I came to
the citv, and Friday was the banner Live Oak. The drinking water here
day of them all. It is estimated that had a bad effect on my Kidneys and the
S; the receipts of the merchants Friday kidney secretions became very irregu-
was many thousands of dollars more lar in passage. I at once procured
than the receipts of the same dat- last Doan's Kidney Pills from the Suwan-:
year. Extra clerks were employed by nee Drug Co., and thav corrected the
Seery sture in the city ana in spite of difficulty. I am glad to give Doan's
V- that fact the customers could not be Kidney Pills my endorsement."
y waited upon, and the rush kept until For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
midnight. Notwithstanding the fact, e o s i f r t n B
W *New York, sole agents for the Unitea
W that the town was crowded with people states.
ih from all parts of the county, only one tte s.
Remember the name Doan's-and
arrest was made during the entire day, take. no other. deoal-a2
which speaks volumes for 'ur county
on the prohibition question.
-"~ixie" is Supreme.
S IR)WARI) IS ('ONFII)ENT. 'lie Bailtinore Sun says: *Songs
mnay come and songs may go, butj
i Will lIInI for Senate and Feels Sure 'Dixie' goes on forever. It runs away
of Hletion. with 'Yankee Doodle,' drives 'March-
R D ing Through Georgia' Lac', to the!
S. woods, gives 'My Country 'Tis of Thee,'
X. .Alu,-u.t4ine, UvC :>s. De:4pite as-
s e ete a 'Hail Columbia' and certainly has 'The:
I srti,,,s Lb;v others t<, th, effect that he i
Orlda. will nL, tie in the: race, foSrtr ;ov- Star Spangled Banner' lashe I to the,
Smast. It is the liveiiest sumrival of
erneir Natlo!evn B. KBrv.ward stated thi;,
rn, mninr unqualiihediv that he i,, areadv t he ('vnferac. and canrn.t ,e i l'ed
'or suppressed. (t;atn,~rg;l t,,e'.her i:-
iri th t-contest for the [Uniteil States h
i Ifrcr-s in the S,,.:th. i t :. invaded th,'
SSen:t:e. This greatlv cidi!r' .s the.
1 0. !North, overruni the U:'li',n. captured
Ioliticai atmosphere when it is taken o r c
t tOria atnl l .. the ('ontinent an i made ail the world
into, r,,nsideration that the Hon. W. A. ;,
ut t P aa, s w r. a. n sit up and list-n. 'Dixi-" has in it the'
Biounit of Pensacola, has withdrawn. I J I "l_ Ihe race for the seat will be between o tin le of thoe bhan r,n u. the
fiddle and the bl^A ..! ;ie bu/lc, the
Senator Jas. P. Taliaferro, the present
incumbent, and Governor Broward, Mr.-
Claude L'Engle. of Tallahassee, and


beat of thedrum, the whi df t6
fife and the swiag ad tirudtr dt i
full brs bhnds. Wrbe be uniltaob
old veteran oees the Ima N tn gm t
filing by, aod the old OMftg u
claim 'And we go ufec M'l IIW
'Dixie' is the m of the mslbr, ti
song of the danties heart the tM
of the South unconqoefl "

Foley s


What They Will Do eir Yu
They will cure your baca hbe,
strengthen your kidneys, cor.
rct urinary irregularities, build
t) the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre.
ve::t Bright's Disease and Dia.
bates, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitute&
Fiorida Drug & Book Co

P. L. Tucker spent Christmas with
his parents at Palatka. He returned
to Li'e Oak IM nday.
Miss Corinne William4, of Oca'a,
who was the guest of her sister, Mn,.
F. E. Th~mnaon., eft M%,nday for De-

Land to

attend the State Teacherb'
before returning to htr

Health is Youth.
S ad. i vknt- Bring Old Age.
:i!~ii.t taIi t iiiorniug be

c i 1*, !- U I a tuc%. fl, P ious-
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Havingpurchased a Merchant's entire SHOE Stock at way below FACTORY C
will place the Entire lot with additions of hundreds of pairs from our regular
sale at almost and many at Actual FACTORY COST. q High grade Shoes tor 4
Women and Children, new, clean seasonable Shoes. Each pair of shoes on sale at t!
prices will be taken from the box, marked in plain figures, arranged on racks so 3
can wait on yourself. Don't Miss This Chance.
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All Shoes at These Prices
Will be Sold for Cash



I Lot Calf Shoes,plain and cap, lace and
bhch all leather worth $2 and $2.50
SalePrice $1.47
SLotKid Dress Shoes also Kang and
Kip Shoes for work, regular 2.25 and
$2.5 values, Sale Price ... $1,67
1 Lot Assorted Styles and leathers in
Shoes for dress and everyday wear
worth2.50and $3.00for__. $1.93
1 Lot High Shoes and Oxfords in patent
leather, box calf and kid, extra $3 and
$3,50 values for .. $2.23
2 Lots fine grade dress and street shoes in
patent leather, kid, box calf and velours
calf, regular 3.50 and $4 shoes. Sale
Price -- -..... 2.67 and $3.17

I Assortment of small Boys' everyday
dress shoes worth $1.50 sizes 9 to 13
for .. $1,.07
1 Assortment same as above for larger
boys, regular $1.75 shoes, sizes I to 5
for ....... $1.27
1 Lot assorted styles for dress and school
wear, worth 1.75 to $2, sizes 3 to 6
for M$1.47

I Lot patent leather dress
$2.50, sizes 1 to 5 for

shoes, regular

How About a Box of KNO-TAIR
Hose for His Xmas Present.

Are Your Hose aMSheeras1 ThR



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Mide tostadthe u trogs a
they'reline amd aherf.
TME L,(40 Ti mW3EL 'A E T o Y
Mlen',; and llomn's J.IIe.Like,
Six AlKs SI X muliths.
SixPrice o

"The luaraud Hose of Qulitv"
sTom.W ga-t adL Asn I





Put up in a Fancy



Infants' and Children's

I Lot Infants turned sole shoe made of soft kid regular 60c

value for.

I Lot Child kid dress shoes in soft kid worth 7

Sizes 2 to 5


I Lot child shoes for dress and school wear, worth $1.25,

siz. 6 to 10

No Shoes Wil e

at These mP


1 Lot vici patent tip and 9i
kang, cvma shoei wathll
cutA ofords worth 1250 san
Price --------
1 Lot vid patten tip drs sbo
and eteaslo soles, worth j
SaklPrice ----------
I Lot Women's fine dress Sh
styles, well worth 2.25 and
S Lot vici patent tip dress sho i
styles, worth up to $3.0k'
Price-.... .. .... $--:
1 Lot 3.00 and 3.50 fine kid ritl
tip, extension atd single soles,
dress shoe. Sale Price----


- 43c 1 LotMisses shoes in kid, pact 91
sorted styles worth $1.50 size 11
75c and 85 for---- .. $1

1 Assortment misses shoes for dri
school wear, regular 1.75 and $2
Sale Price $1

I Lot assorted styles for girl I0
from 13 to 5 size, regular 2.25 Mi
values- $-


1 Lot child shoes in fine kid for dress wear, assorted styles

sizes 8 to 12 worth 1.50 and $1.75. Sa!e price


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t.7 Whme shgost up in
mi toi see if St Nick
jil r-ad he had.
SMrlIkeI 1 abbedt one
l0lret lubsd wrapped
sld r bed into her
rglar. She

ebwt e eet. every-

AtUA^W r WNU 'm rin.
itD t ai o nltruder. I found
| I I 0 1 fttnl.
Ml him-in the wasbbowl.
to I dvattae of the ocwcaon
4I0 I4 uila that it she actually
pa OIM liver Christnas present
- ill tn amtl.'

IOhIas llao Pile Ointment
S ar blind. Bleeding and Itching
~~ It aborb the tumors, allays
at onea, acts as a poultice,
i i t ret laeft Williams' In-
Ple O0ntment is prepared for
ll IHtelbg of the private parts
dCrugists, mail 50c and $1.0Oi
.i Wf' Co., Props., Cleve-
Shn ee Drug Co.
Joyce, Claremont, N. H.,
"About a year ago I bought
ftl Foley's Kidney Remedy.
a of a severe case of kidney
oareveral years standing. It
S a grand, good medicine, and
recommend it." Elorida
I ruCo.

Tar wmemi. R mki mma
Fley's Dm7and 'T iona&-
stitut. LFwdalb oomSn Co

The Thermor''tr.
"How's tb" iherowim ter. lwiN' '"
"It's shioplp. sure 'thi~ tr samw a
't was wa hour agp."--Judge.

After exposure, and when you feel a
cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
and I ar, the great throat and lung rem-
edy. It stops the cough, relieves the
congestion, and expels the cold from
your system. Is mildly laxative. Flori-
da Book and Drug Co.

The Vatican.
Eixclusire of If uiintg, the' Vatican
rouuilds e'tler I t.'li ;l'le.s,; the build-
ings cover ilrinl,'i ;li, d oiie-half acres.

Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
and safestecough remedy for children.
At the first symptoms of a cold, give
as directed, and ward off danger of
croup, bronchitis, sore throat, cold in
the head, and stuffy breathing. It
brings comfort and ease to the little
ones. Contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs. Kaep always on hand,
and refuse substitutes. Florida Book
and Drug Co.

Jena s Rtaainj3 Roms.
The sialll G(;erlmatn university townl
of .Iltna has .sewen free readiill rooms
with inewsjipears and books.

Tar and Canchalagua
For the complete cure of Coagh,
Colds. Asthma and.Bronchiti. and all
lung complaints tending to consump-
tion, Liverwort, Tar and Wild ('herr)
have for ages maintained an estab
lished reputation as a standard
Cough Remedy. It contains no opi-
um or harmful drug, can be given
with safety to children. Price $1.00.
Sold by druggists. Williams M'f'g.
Co., Props., Cleveland, 0. Suwannee
Drug Co.

S4tUiP Ie'l1e | l% hai l l their lil t
in ma.kiing jiroImisef s ;ii| isr 1i.i ?
in breakili Ihlici,.

Mott's Nenloe Pills
The great nerve and brain restore
live for men and women, produce,

Whg Swame"of the CEOmtt
Tb kmz- reebeumta et tb h
Wqic Ietoo ra~slmi a mystery. It
hb bm A aertd iat she was b mly
tramsportod a the Henritft to the
Cape rea'r river. North Carnlama, wher
ftlton himself aIes;rty am .1813 bid
augslaed the tl lullkm 44 a Ion .r
narigation comnpuy. Anothewrauthor.
Ity. Mr. J. Fvni ur RIulluk. utateei
that the bat wIm lwras ikett u when fur-
tber lonifmliit IImIlir(veuwa.t- roiered
her antiqumated'i shalw mod( couxtI'urtlkf
uneqlual to the irt-am;lsed traltk uio
the river and tha; the *rllw" of Ibe
bull were u".*d under the wharf in
Jersey ('htr. whee tOe Flever Aundry
built ummitor% duriii the *itli war.-
Allce C'rary uteilff" iin centuryy .

Regulates the bowels, promotes
easy natural movements, cures con-
stipation-Doan's Reiulets. Ask your
druggist for them. 25 cents a box.

Wanted It White.
Booker T. Washint,, ,,ona a tour ot
New England formIl :i habit of Pea
ing Washington pie. WVa-hiigto.ii pi
is a two layer c;ake wi li c .l stard 'i1:
ing and covered wil wiiIe i,'ing. I,
is served in pie sh:; .-l litee. "-Sto ping at a n tilr li, t..\i. \\V'ishin,
ton called fi.r !,i !;: \. lt \wa:
er bro llght hit : I' t.' li. r
bled ii. but lthI ; .. i
stead et Wli -'w-.Ao .
it Ve r. lhi r :* i 1
< :l i : "' \n I *- I!..o i : : i. .. :I
ed **ne \r ,

T"so~ I* the ftwn at.~

troah-4r. aanat the "so
am bwft bob b = n
soebywfe ama uI ftOn
Ifhtafrb to %2 v. .
~~1)1?n.Udd BrsbL- eL

Ow Dnler Dub, rbt guL
Suwannee Drug Co., special agents.

The lextmt.
The se tat.'an i nsdmeit kwbkk
ba been m seot'ery tl polar ePIra
tUm4 was aed by Arbkoi arsnUounls
asfor backg a x 9W TkAruikouIs
strumest had a fad=m oItts-OlIM f'i
elin. inches The modern ausmm
which is small e onob to he cmonies
gently held in the baud, was hwvnteH I
in 1730 by Thomas G~odfrey of Phits
deiphia and Captain adley '-f tb
British Dary.

New-The Peerless-best ever mdt.
No. 3 (Hand) $30.00 hulls 5 to 8 br-.
els beans per hour. No. 4 (2 Hpower)
$65.00 hulls 15 to 25 bushel No. 2 for
cow peas only $25 00.
N. L. Willet Seed Co., Augusta, Ga.

Don't Forget
on FO

Baby won't suffer five minutes with
cr.oup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Elec-
t:.e ()Oil at once. It acts like magic.

The Baby Kangaroo.
One of the rarest sand mist urnanrin
zoo babies is the kangaroo. It takes a
most observant and careful Keeper t
discover that there is one at all. for It
is microscopic whetn Hru. twiug ou ly
one inch frdIn tn the t hel exItren e to name in those building specifications
tip of its little tail. nal ewarlance 11 the following brands: .
resembles aii earthbworun. and at is tour Vul nite Cehnent
or fire mouths iwture it i r seen ot t rwendooing
-London Paper. AeC xP t
Apex Paster
SB. P. S. Paints
Her Heart was Broken Pastico Wall Finish

strength and vitality, builds up the cause her complexion was bad and
system and renews the normal vigor s could find nothing to clear it up.
For sale by druggists or by mail, $1 Ladllea: a bad complexion is caused
per box. six boxes for $5.00. Wil- ;)y an inactive liver. An inactive liver
ianiRs .M'f'g Co., Props.. Cleveland. will be put in perfect condition by
Ohio. Suwannee Drug Co. taking Ballard's Herbine. The un-
( qu~ lu;il- liver regulator. Sold by Su-
e atinc, Drug Co.
An Effort to Elucidate.

"Falber.'" Nid litllr l:oolo. "what is
a political trickster?"
"I can't give you a deiuitiou that
will cover all varieties. but in general
terms he is a 1eumlwer ,t the opposition
who su<'ceeds in having his own way."
-Washington Star.

A Hearty Appetite
is what most babies have, but is of no
benefit to them if they have worm's.
Be sure your I,alby is not troubled
with th:e Surel symptoms---alwaas
hunllry,. rinls under the eyes. uIlot
gaining in weight and t\vllow (cni

Wants the Real Thing.
"You're rich enough to own an auto-
mobile. Why don't you buy one?"
"No." said the old man. "A burri-
cane counts chealwr an' srees wore
nat'ral-like. .u' a earthquake's 'biui
due in this s. ittlemice t. I'll .jest wai'
fer tt iii." .\thiula 'tConstitutiou.

nlfaeall kq:% 'A0iln OIdw
U: k.-4 3 aite'j-\ III il U m.

specify the above you're
kind of goods that'll give

satisfaction with the
commensurate cost.

North fw la


her Co.

Jaob Sek (al, skA.. Alli
vi, IL, writes: '*ftl .
mottklIwasa sfer a mp
arid#atrouble. Deft
4t1m asv treated by sw oa t .: : U '
NWd tried eterl Mirest kblmq*

S-e be I"

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horses, Buggies, Mules, Harness,

Whips, Robes.

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danger of viies or

trash winding about

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Come and

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Carload Farm -Implements Just Received.




H. H. BROWN, Manager.

3xchria Irkditor s as


S A recent dispatch from Hazlehurst,
S k., iAm the following about Sam
Faekler, well known in Florida news-
paper ireles and who was at one time
S*- tuapora'ily employed on the Democrat
ia thi city:
-. S. & Fackler, editor of The Hazel-
hunt News, has secured the services
of Charles C. Clark, a theat'iical man-
Sg4, aer, well known in the East, to re-
S rse the mem ,ers of his theatrical
o: company, which will play the remain-
der of the season in South Georgia and
S florida, presenting the play entitled
"The Ups and Downs of a Country'
Editor-Mostly 'Downs' -that was
taken from the popular hook written
by Mr. Fackler.
This company will play in all the
larger cities of Florida and South
Georgia. This play, as it is now pre-
sented by this company, has betn
pronounced by critics to be one of the
| best of recent years. It is said to be
doe of the first plays written th t de-
picted newspaper life from beginning
to end. The author, Sam Fackler, an:
old newspaper man, has recently revis-!
ed and rewritten this play. The music
for this play was written by Mrs. Wj i
Straten of Crystal River, Fla. I

2V30 Thrilling Stories.
In every family there is a constant
demand for stories good, thrilling
stories of adventure and heroism. That
The Youth's Companion supplies this
demand is attested in more than half a!

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SSaturday. Jan. Ist, 1 p.m.
will give a DEMONSTRATION of

Stump Blasting

on tL: farn of W. J. HILLMAN
who has kindly granted permission to make this
demonstration on his property.
SEvery Farmer
and all others interested are invited to attend.



SWILLIAMS' KIDNIEY PUJ of the face, espeee~i
Have you neglected your Kidneys? Too frequent a dehluej
jHave you overworked your nervous If so. Williams'
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pain cure you--at
;in loins, side, back, groins and blad- Williams M'Tg.- 0 .
der? Have you a flabby appearance land 0. SuMwaa


| SAW YOUR 1Ei !


/ DR. BAILEY has a
splendidly equipped

Dental Office over
the Suwannee Drug

Store. He is always
in his office on Friday

and Saturday and
4j can save you almost

Half Price. Terms

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