Title: Suwannee Democrat
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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: July 23, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00569
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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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY M1 IWL


rnal and Local

h Mio Alberta Drew is quite


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Gum. Suwan-


WV. H. Lyle left yesterday for a
s visit at New Smyrna.
i University at DeLand has
powerful hold on the best
ld Florida. See ad, page 8.
| 6 doses "666" will cure any
(Chils and Fever. Price 25c.
SMathis, one of Hamilton
si leading citizens of near Marion
was among the business visitors
city Tuesday.
keeps flies of horses or cattle.
sk at all drug stores. 8-13
SAlice Amstrong and Mrs. John
of Alton, have gone to
Tfm., where they will spend
or six weeks.
Mla get a handsome piece of
i i gold and gold plated jew-
fWattJ. B. Evans'.
SJ, White has rented a cottage at
Springs, and his wife and
n v ed out there Wednesday for
or six weeks stay.
t'. many friends of Miss Vivian
hlwi be pained to learn that she
i$ sick and is suffering from an
"k of appendicitis.
4 L L Dowling and children, of
SPark, have gone to the moun-
Ub North Carolina, where they
q *pd the remainder of the sum-


.if Adamson, a prosperous turpen-
.Wp ator of Day, accompanied by
MfR and child were in the city
tl y en route home from a visit
S Springs.
anving away solid gold and
lld jewelry. J. B. Evans.
ilhb. Callie Hankins and Eveyln
C -returned hbme Tuesday from a
I 's visit at Savannah the guest of
ULnie Lawler, who accompanied
fhla e for a few week's visit.
l Lawler formerly lived in this city
S b avery popular youg lady.
I. Hunt and son, Charles, of Bran-
tm* were in the city Monday and
if y on business and made the
lcra!t a visit. Mr. Hunt says in
.10 Branford section of the county the
.* aOd cotton crops are good.
Absolutely free-a handsome piece
I jw*ry at J. B. Evans'.


A ritual feast of eight or ten days
SMtceted meetings under the leader-
S 1 Rev. SamJ. White, State Evan-
,olP of the Christian church, will bc-
, At t. Olive next Saturday night.
VIN dy is invited to attend these
. .ltllh We expect much good to be


Walter J. Bryson was a business vis- Mrs. W. F. Dennard, of Taylorvfle, A. S. Stand, e of Webm's at-
itor in Jacksonville Saturday. is in the city visiting relatives. eitizem, was in the city Moday.
A full line pipes. Suwannee Drug Co. Mrs. K. M. Clayton is spending a Fruit jars cheap at MayL
Mrs. Jim Lye entertained the Ear- few days this week in the county within
est Workers Tuesday afentertained the Earn-oon homefolks. CoL J. E.Wood returned home bit
est Workers Tuesday afternoon. Friday from Lafayette county, wir
M. A. Adams, the well known citizen A nice line box paper and tablets, he had been to visit a sister to is i
and merchant of Day, was in the city Suwannee Drug Co. very poor health.
Tuesday. Rev. C. A. Ridley, Beaumont, TexWas, Wi Kennedy and his accom
J. N. McLeod, one of the leadinghas received a call from College Ave. bride returned Sturd from tir
J. N.uch MortWortdTeone of the leading 16"Us
citizens of Marion station was a busi- church, Fort Worth, Texas.-Florida y and are at hw for the
ness visitor here Tuesday. BaPtrt Witness. presnt at Mrs. Sessions' Mr. Kw.


H. H. Brown, manager of the Hair LastS saturday was a very busy day
Hardware Co., made a business trip to with Live Oak merchants. There were
Perry Tuesday, returning Wednesday. lotbuyiof farmor town and w.e
1buyiag, too.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure anyi
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Fancy dress and comical skating by
the Piccaninnv RnioLda t the Siratinr


H. M. Parrish, a woll known business,
man of Jacksonville, was in the cityI
several days this week the guest of
Mayor R. E. McNeilL
Mrs. M. K. Jones will leave tomor-
row for Jacksonville, where she will be
the guest of relatives and friends for a
week or ten days.
W. F. Osteen, of Chiefland, has en-
tered the Southern Business College
for a combined course in book-keeping
and typewriting.
Come out tonight and see the Piccanin-
ny Brigade at the Skating Rink. You
cannot afford to miss all this fun.
Mrs. A. Masters, who has been visit-
ing relatives in South Florida, has
joined her husband here, and as soon as
they can lease or rent a suitable dwell-
ing they will go to housekeeping.
Vote for the most popular teacher in
the county at Cook's.
Chas. and Harry Blackburn have re-
turned from a very pleasant visit at
Sarasota, where they were the guests
of Mrs. Chas. Blackburn's parents.
Mrs. Blackburn did not return with
them, but is expected home in the next
few days.
You can for a limited period purchase
from us the medicine you need under
positive written guarantee to refund
purchase price if you are not entirely
satisfied with the benefits received.
Suwannee Drug Co.


Mrs. F. R. McCormack and children
will leave today for Tampa, where
they will be the guests of Prof. and
Mrs. L. M. Hatton for a few days'.
They will then go with Prof. Hat-
ton and family to Pass-a-Grille for a
month's stay at that popular gulf re-
sort.
Don't miss the Piccaninny Brigade at
the Skating Rink tonight (Friday.)
Miss Lorena Martin, an attractive
young lady from Hilton, Ga., who has
been visiting her brother, Ambrose C.
Martin for the past week, left on Sun-
day morning for Live Oak, where she
goes to visit Miss Edna Blume for two
weeks. Miss Blume will give a house
party at Suwannee Springs for a week
in honor of Misses .Martin, Bird, Wolfe
and Hemming.-Jacksonville Metropo-


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MONEY HAS AN EARNING


POWER


One of the first things a young business man ought
to learn is the earning power of money. Every time
you save a dollar and put it to work in our Savings
Department, you increase your earning capacity. A
dollar sent means nothing to you, but a dollar


Rink tonight (Friday.)


Cold drinks and cigars at Cook's.
Geo. Porter, Jr., has completed his
cottage at Suwannee Springs and Mrs.
Porter has moved out for the summer.
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nedy is again at his post of duty at the
nostoffce.
Lum Williams, of Day, was in tihe
city Monday looking after business in-
terests. Mr. Williams is operating a
saw mill near Day, and reports demud
for lumber fairly good, with slight ad-
vance in prices. He has a fine bodyof
timber in Lafayette county, and is well
pleased with his business and location.


Wall paper at cost at Cook's.


ner sor, MrU. hnarlton Biackwell is The delegates and visitors in attend-
her guest this week. anwe upon the Famers' Union State
Nice line tobacco and cigars at S. P. convention in session in this city last
Mays. week, who called at the Dmcratofic,
Reports have it that the Live Oak expreW enthusiastic laguagethbir
people, who are at Suwannee Springs 'Ur of the kind and awm
are having a fine time. The water is treatment received at the hands of the
fine-just right for bathing and fishing cte f thi ct
is very good. Drugs and books at Cook's.
Our old friend J. B. Gardner is now Mrs. M. K. Jones delightfully enter-
manager of the B. Deutser Furniture trained the R. D. C's. at her home in
Co., Leesville, La. J. B. is a hustling the western part of the city yesterday
young man, honest as the day is long (Thursday) afternoon. It was the last
and capable in every particular, and is' meeting for the season and was well
"making good."0 attended. Delightful refreshments
Box paper and tablets at Cook's. were served. The R. D. C's. will meet
and reorganize in September or Oc-
Winder Surrency and Howard Bais- tober.
den left Saturday for the West, where;
they expect to spend at least one year.! Two prizes will be awarded at the Pic-
They go to Kansas City, Mo., first caninny Brigade skating tonight at the
If they fail to find employment there, Skating Rink. One for the best skat-
they propose to keep going until they ing and one for the most comical skat-
do find work. We glory in their grit. ing. Be an hand and see the fun.
but we are afraid they showed very Live Oak merchants report collee-
poor judgment in leaving Florida. e t 4kA


SLIJUi InAR { i1r 1 is LU a uiL IUte yea.
Don't miss the Piccaninny Brigade at Last Saturday one firm reported some
the Skating Rink tonight (Friday.) very heavy collections from farmers
Mr. and Mrs. Willis, M who recently sold their melon crops.
and Mrs. J. D. Radford. Mr. a MrMrs. The melon crop in this county as. not
Geo. Butler and Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. very large and the yield was only fair,
Geo. Butler and Mr. and Mrs.P.B ,. ,
Loachman amd families are among the yet several thousand dollars worth were
Live Oak people who have rented cot- sold and the money came in at a very
^ c.o -iopportune time and was a great help
tages at Suwannee Springs and are en- opportune time and was a g t help
-'. ,.!.. to the farmers and also to the
joying the pleasures of that popular re- eha. mey coe i igt h
sort. merchants. Money comes in mighty
sort. handy along about now-just before
J. Hungerford Smith's Standard Ex- cotton picking time-and if more mel-
tracts and Fruit Colors in full 2-ounce and vegetable crops were raised
bottles, 25c. Suwannee Drug Co. ons table crops were raised
here for the northern markets it would
C. P. Beatty, with the Armour Co., be a great help in bridging over the
in Tampa, and wile, who were guests summer months.


of their relatives, CoL and Mrs. J. E.
Wood, for several days, left last Fri-
day for Williston for a few days' visit.
From there Mr. Beatty went on home
and Mrs. Beatty returned here Monday,
where she will be the guest of Col.
Wood and family for several weeks.




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work for you or are y" cBMftId
self by keeging it in the grmw&
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QUARTERLY, ON TIME D3O


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our Porch Furniture is the
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Njw12S ~mw BL. ULve Oak, Fla.
kt, g wiptlaa Price:
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itfed at tbe Live Oak Postoffice as
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SAderte it the Democrat.

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|. Vaq tbib fair to become the
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It~f imgratifyigtthpei
pbd ttmm icoty dhilMbedy
ef Psakt to mlen tkuh te prem
with what eatbaiutic favor the -aa
II arfawmcitBe-HXL S. J.'H1-
ba-rm-i benig received a a poWbh
4asadate for Cougres from this dis-
trict TheNews, being somethingof
a judeof hmn nature, is also cer-
tain that theme expremios of confide
aad flttering tebmm&al to his emi-
nont abilities cannot be other than grat-
ifying to Mr. Hilbarn himself. In fact
we know them to be, for this much Mr.
Hilburn has not hidden from us. But
as to his candidacy, that is another
matter. Mr. Hilburn does not say that
he will not. He don't know. He is
not unmindful of the kindly and flatter-
ing enthusiqm with which his possible
candidacy is being received in the vari-
ous counties of the Second district, and
he may give way to what appears in
some counties to be a popular demand,
but-Mr. Hilburn is a busy man, and
he is a comparatively young man to be
as deeply engrossed as he is in a lucra-
tive law practice. To give up this pay-
Sing practice and enter upon a career of


SDb A MJRAL
Jfar Ftm the Sec-1 mwoy Wto.
w tt obm tb fltumm.
T.W.T1 snttagcuat d the Vio
oew., wiBhesfterbe a Attie mm
psieoer absd telf whatbhewNWd
do ins e the building should be di&-
covered o fire.
Monday nigKt, before retiring, in
company with othergvests of the hotel,
a general dicusiom arose as to the
best means of escaping from the see-
cod floorof the building in case all
means of escaping by the stairway were
cut off. Mr. Thomas said he would
jump out of the window. Shortly after
retiring Mr. Thomas fell asleep and he
had a dream, and in this dream he saw
the flames fast eating their way into
the first floor of the Viola house. All
chances of escape were cut off except
to leap from his bed-room window.
Without a moment's hesitation he
jumped from his bed, carrying the
Mosquito net with him, and as the
e angry, fiery flames entered his room on
Sthe second floor, he leaped from the
Window, mosquito net and all. When
f he struck the ground below he awoke


Urs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony f r
years. Read her letter about CarduL. She writes: "I isd&
even years with female trouble. Every month I would my #
ai with mv hadt and hack. I took 12 bottI eof Cmr .AI


Sd statecraft means something to a man with blood running from several slight =e& Cardui is a Godend to suffering wome" T y I
whose fortune has not yet reached the wounds on his back, to find it was only
Sy Oak merchants are enjoying a point of his earlier ambition. It means a dream. In his flight a gentleman oc- AT ALL DRU 8T
WuM a pite of the fact that a sacrifice. These are conditions which cupying the same room was awakened.
hiupoudtobethe"dullseamo." Mr. Hilburn is evidently weighing, and saw the ghost-like object jump
S- Should he finally decide to become a from the window. He aroused the
w' ae a minge the Suwannee andidate his name is one around which other guests, and a searching party
SWhite Sprit afiroad, and the Democratic masses could rally with was just starting out when Mr. Thomas %A.LA/=aI / I a ,i j L Wa lk
il a be com pletedI into perfect aMssurance that he is a man of was discovered slowly coming up the
&. ata That looks good to us. the people.-Palatka News. stairway, carrying the mosquito net.1 4 = I 1
W77 7B ,. .."Except a few slight bruises and cuts I NO TIE 1 1
? 1 ad h r sso= is over Live Oak merchants tell us there has he was not injured. I
b fa noe s ow gai forward been less meat and corn shipped into It was only a dream, but Mr. Thomas
0 Wai*ieta. In a few weekit will Suwannee county for the past six says he is not particularly hankering i __
4 aft time n.Ther is -. months than for the same period of after another such dream. In fact, he J
iS eMmt The farmers of this county have quit is something in a dream, all reports to TA THE PATONS f D T I
____ _-,__ ...._ the old-style one crop practice and are the contrary, notwithstanding. v ATO
H I l_ t ae th Stt now giving more attention to the corn! r
yp is go*~ to have the State tp^ ^ alth of Mrs Mar E. Tyson. 7 -------------
crop than ever before. The state agri- -__th_______.__ar___E._Tyson.
ad t o py races, anyway, and culture report for 1907 gives Suwannee Mrs. Mary E. Tyson died at her home .1
Sglad of it. The Iemfo- C county credit for producing 276,230 near Rocky Sink church, July 9th, at 2;
a b eeer 'a State M Coty bushels of corn, and the 1908 crop was o'clock p. m., and was buried at Mt. T A AI will i nn hi vi
a sll asa sbtog believer in DR. T A. BAILEY will discontinue his viss
bl^ otporsie very much larger and was estimated at Gillead cemetery on th 10th inst. She
the most pros e and 360,000 bushels. The corn crop was was nearly 74 years of age, her birth. to Live Oak until in August, at which time h
ft inteh_______ sufficient to run the farmers and plant- date being August 4, 1837. In early will open an Anticeptc Office similar to the O W
: ....1*BIB! ~ ~ ers until this year's crop can be har- life she joined the Methodist church wl open an Antceptic Office similar to the
'bs city eoueildid a very wise thing vested, and they had enough to spare1 and lived a Christian life for many he has in Jacksonville, and it will be second to
man he has in Jacksonville, and it will be seodto
W k wha it had kerosene oil put to pretty well supply the local demand,. years with them, when later she united n i t ? i i
^ te standing water in the city. In fact we know several farmers now with the Baptist church, and in the none in the State, furnished with all modea
rEuat vy rains had filled all who have old corn for sale. Besides 'year 1898 she united with the Second. enuipment All work will be done painlesy,
pas Wad they had become the the corn crop the farmers of this Adventist church at Peacock, of which l
plges fo mosquitoes by the county for the first time were able to I she was a consistent member till her and guaranteed in quality and workmanship.
_____-___ supply the merchants with home cured death. In early womanhood she was r i n w k
B '-- ,meat. Thousands of dollars that have mamed to W. J. Tyson, and from this P ces will be ve close. All in need of WoA
.:A State tax rate for 1909 is 71 heretofore gone from Suwannee county union they have seven living children will do well to wait for the opening of thi I
the am rate that obtained last annually tor corn and meat have been and twenty grand-children. She was i t o
An efAfort is oing to be made kept at home and the result is the the daughter of Mr. Allen and Malinda office, if possible. Watch this space for notice
A bard of county commissioners farmers and planters are today in a Ammons. Her mother still lives and r an hn i ill n
I. comty to reduce the county more prosperous condition than ever is over 90 years of age. For twenty as to where and when itwillopen
hbt if it cannot be done the before. This year's corn crop will be years she suffered from obesity, her
SFtateand county village willbe larger than las tyear's by nearly 100,000 weight growing slowly till the end .TK ^T r PW- T T rTT '
kas it was for last year. bushels, and there will be enough meat came, when h., weighed over 400W ,
made to at least supply the home pounds.
atrelser Gcroom and Attorney market, and while this change in the I wish to thank all who assisted me (
Trammel are down atFt Lau- method of farming has been going on during her long anrid severe illness, I Yll rl f
thU week looking after the there has been no let up in the produc- iW. J. TysoN.O. ( i ftill C
wOk beingdonethere. From tion of cotton. This year's cotton crop MA- -FUTI'ERS OF
Mraumta thwe is plenty of water will be as large if not the largest crop I "Suffered day and niiht the torment
R that section of the State not- ever made in the county. Diversifica- of itching piles. Nothing helped me Lumber, Shl-tgles, Ice, Electric
i the fact the dredge boat tion of crops has been the means of until I used Doan's Ointment. It cured Ightsl Power and Turpentine
bmn at work near there for many bringing about a great change and to- me permanently." Hon. John R. Gar-
day the farmer is the most prosperous rett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. 2 Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished f0
I ......= and independent man in the county -a c -nA
Bness coditions are improving condition that should prevail all over Next week's i.sue of the Democrat Residence or Business Uouses at a very reasonable rtts
Sl Live Oak and Suwannee the state will contain a copy of the laws enacted Electric power- Day and night current fer manufactuir-
along in Live Oak and Suwannee the state. b h atSaeLgsaue h ~an
K t, an we auppos the same con- --- -- 'by the last State Legislature. The ingnurposes.
p adwll overthe State. The Live Oak is the best little city in the publication of the new laws in each Wholesale and retail Ic-out of City orders have
prevail all over the State. The V lsl n ealIe oto
Oa4 bank have plenty of cash for whole country. county inothe statefenableswalltthehciti- cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
Sto become familiar with the st attention, and all orders promptly ld.
loca Imgtiua$. business enterprise,1'1'
if we are not terig upon an era Hon W. A. P, utes, and it is a capital idea. We will We will ive you good prices on low grade ceiling ani
rs oted bsines activity al maaon de W.. ount, f rensacola, endeavor to mail a copyv f this issue o flooring. ome and Rt our prices.
k w ted bsaiiness activity all has aboutmade up his mind to enter the paper to evvry ta. payer in the ---------------
the race for United States Senator. counlv.
Mr. Blount has taken an active interest I
TW. wholesale grocery houses in this in politics and is well known through- B.APT IR ( 'H.& A A
report business improving, and col- out the state. He is one of the leading John A. Wary. Pastor. MA L S C O M P A N
L ifr. hive Oak has two first- lawyers of the metropolis of West Flor- Rev. D. A. Geigci will preac h Sun- <5 4 r, .. S',T,,. ,ATLAN fp (. A.
Mholesale grocery houses and they ida, and has represented his district in day. ^ Eerythi ng i M ^ e Mi 1 Sop) t'd Stock
Wy sliding up a splended business in the legislative halls of Florida for sev-- Sunday School. 9. ;.t. e r^ We Ml e" s carreet ind S tok C0e
ietionofthestate. Low prices, eral terms. He possesses the ability B.Y.P.de ,3.A. ',C)k. e n- W | Pletve the of Jarte and ltU. r
ipt service with unsurpassed facili- and training to make a ,reditable rep-. Md prayee r eetin.l \e s 1 :*L i}S gtd *M BUT'
for quick freight service to all resentative in the United States Sen- d ___ e vi 7 i uck. R NC OUSE. OUR OWN OFtICE KECOU
in Middle Florida and South ate. MFTHOIiiST ('HW' NA TNOUSN. o01
Re. .V trade winePs.o..r... .....E i R. A,'. E vtkRn. sto


Of course you do. on tl
misery, and be happy a
If your illness is eWa by fmw e t
can quickly get the right remedy to get mvi
CarduL This great medicine, for women
lived or cured thousands of ladies, suff
you from some female trouble.


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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.


Horses,


Buggies, Mules, Harness,


Whips, Lap


CAR LOAD OF


HORSES AND MULES JUST RECE


Call and See Them.


Don't forget that we


are headquarters for everything in our line.


We--


sell at wholesale and retail and can suit you in price and style


THE


HINELY-STEPHENS


COMPANY


Horses and Buggies, Mules and Wagons


Live Oak, Florida


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COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE.


s of Interest Gathered by
Corps of Pencil Pushers.


Our


Sinks FromU Lancaster.
i war Democrat:-Not seeing any-
S( i your valuable columns for
woome from our community, I will
s -joa few line- to let the good
p l who read the Democrat know
60 we are still in the "Land of the

OW school at Lancaster has an en-
*b t of fifty-three pupils and is
i l along nicely under the efficient
iiment of Mr. S. P. Sessions. Mr.
I N6 is a seld-made Suwannee
f0ety boy, and the old adage, "A man
S litlkout honor in his own country"
I' Ut at all applicable in this instance.
i 6 farmers are about through lay-
b bly their crops, and some of them
b w beun fodder pulling, although
tme Mrs are bad on their fodder.
LWte Louise Howland and Fed Ag-
w bad fever last week, but we are
M to report them well at this writing.
J. P. Howland, Sr., was feeling quite
isd last Sunday. Hope he is bet-

D yn EUllison, the little son of Mr.
i Ol. J. H. Ellison, is on the sick
tI' Wet wek. Hope he will soon be
t lb to take his place in school.
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tive by W. P. Hillhouse, J. L Penning-
ton and J. A. Wallace. The decision of
the judges was in favor of the affirma-
tive.
The following officers were elected:
W. H. Mobley, president; R. D. Reid,
vice-president; Miss Avalue Blanton,
recording secretary; Miss Hattie Rob-
inson, corresponding secretary, and J.
A. Wallace, seargen-at-arms.
The program for next meeting, Sat-
urday July 24th, at 7:30 is; Resolved,
"That education is more valuable to
man than money." Speakers-Affirma-
tive-J. L. Pennington, W. H. Goff, J.
A. Wallace and R. D. Reid. Negative
-W. H. Mobley, A. D. Wentworth, W.
R. Goff, and R. S. Varnadore. Every-
body is invited to attend.
E. A. Blanton, of Tampa, stopped
over with us a day or two this week.
W. H. Goff has returned from a short
visit to Live Oak,.
Prof. Wentworth made a visit to Live
Oak, Friday.
J. L. Pennington made a business
trip to Live Oak, Monday.
Mrs. L. H. Davis, of Naylor, Ga., is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D.
Blanton.
Dr. I. L. Blanton has returned from
a business trip to Blanton, (;a.
(MIss) HATTIE ROBINSON,
Cor. Sec.


Platt Station.


6. nsu ma uu me iamny oi mr. We have had some very heavy rains
T. & Apner, were invited over to Mr. lately, but they are stopping off now
J. P. HowImand's one day last week to and our farmers are busy pulling fod-
t *. Of curse they accepted the cer. The crops are in good condition.
evtIon gladly, and did full justice to Kit Goff lost his old family mule re-
tll, and enjoyed a few hours of cently.
SMw conversation. Henry Williams was a visitor at the
CeIlAgner and Mr. Sessions have home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Landen a
ilt"d Dowling Park two consecutive few days ago. We are always glad to
Sday afternoons. Wonder what the have such men as Mr. Williams with
ion ? US.
Dowfing Park has been almost on a The singing school at Orange is pro-
uIb ilJ since the hotel andpolwr
sMie ce the hotel and pvol were dressing nicely under the leadership of
Sbut it is waking up now. The Harry Brown. We have a nice ehoir
Pd will soon be finished so the people now.
f ejoy bathing to their heart's con- Mrs. G. W. Goff has been quite sick
trt, and we understand the hotel will for the past few weeks, but we are
I rmbuilt at an early date. When glad to know she is improving and will
*Mar te done, pleasure .,-'kers will i
t ind a re done, pleasure k lace toillson be able to take the trip to At.
Sy find a more enjoyabk plant to be under the treatment of Dr.
lea off time. Holmes.
We learn that a man arrived at the A. W. Moseley was up to sme us a
d last Saturday evening with a gas- few days ago. We are always glad to
Ihl launch to be used on the Suwan- have him with us.
I river for pleasure trips. Boys look Mr. and Mrs. Luther Golden are the
*84 the girls and see that they enjoy happy parents of a fine ten-pound buy.
Awm trips on the water. The good sisters of t'layland church
If this escapes the waste-basketl have made up money and arc now re-
Jly come again, pairing their church. Th

school last week.
Theadore Baker called at our school
one day last week.
The basket-supper was the attrac-
tion Friday night We were successful
enough that we will have another in
two weeks. Everyone seemed to en-
joy themselves very much at the sup-
per. Supt. J. W. O'Hara was premnt
also CoL J. P. Lamb. CoL Lamb ad-
dressed the audience on the subject of
"Education." Mr. O'Hara's subject
related to the sub-district and the bene-
fits to be derived therefrom. We ap-
preciated having these speakers with
us, and we thank them for the timely
words spoken.
Supt. J. W. O'Hara visitedour school
last Friday and seemed to be pleased
with the work. Our school now has
over sixty pupils. We have a fine
school and all are working hard.
We thank the committee who gave
us so much assistance and helped at
our basket-supper.
Protracted meetings began at Wesley
Chapel Saturday night.
Mrs. Roberts and children, of Tampa,
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quite a pleasant time. He wiH W oi G Bold aW a u.
services there agampin on Saturday ewtLm mali
the second Sunday in Aqask whai
there will be several more to be hap S== lS
tied. Thepeople of the mrr t
country are specially invited to m0 0 lL W. 'L &
and bring well filMled baskets and t'ls P a
have another good time. *
Mrs. WeleySila4 of White Sprag S,
is visiting the family of her mothe, J .* ita ok
Mrs. Laughinghouse, this week. &NW J_-__
Bum A W MM
---- ~pa bi| ft a -- -- 4 ^
Falmos U Note. SmW M
The patrons of the school met at the k e r gMto
school building oe day lust week andIGO t h ~
cemented the cistern and put a new Ow e d -d -W
cover on it and put everything in shApe dniys'11=
so there wil be no more trouble ab Wen bIs do
drinking water if the rains keep co w e aIe g- b a m.
* a -WEKIn B** >9 --
ing. vwig at M
Alex Page and Perry Cannon were Urday migh t .
the guests of Irving Hall last Saturday. 0t
Miss Nora Ammons was a visitor to pAl embeeA dt RW. I
our school on Monday. CMo ZMit .ig l
The Peacock school is progressing With beet a to n td o
nicely and the pupils are getting along readers of the Democrat, I -
well with their studies. There will I %
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are visiting ut nie winne or r parents, neIraitw[ uc *a pUuu UUWI Sau Alm
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carter. speeches on Fridays and everybody is DO IT NOW$
All are invited to attend the basket- invited to come out.
supper at Newburn school house Friday Jese and Perry Cannon were busi- Live Oak People ho ld Nit
night, July 30th. Girls bring a pretty ness visitors to Live Oak one day last Until It k TOee Late .
basket and all your pretty smiles. We week. '
shall try to have an interesting pro- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall spent the The aPal dth-sat from
gram. We hope to see many present. day Sunday very pleasantly the guests disuea m sei due in m aet m to t
Come and spend a pleasant evening, of Mrs. A. Cannon. that the little kIdy s m i
We wish for as many patrons of our Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cannon were the ally ne ted tIthe" be ui
school to be present as possible, as guests of Mr. Cannon's sister, Mrs. J. oam The 5irpto0M gl9
there are matters of much importance W. Hall, and family, one day last week. to chrounk disord and the
to be discussed. A hearty welcome will Irving Hall and s ister, Miss Ollie u KradUmdly into thegrop I
be extended to every patron and any Hall, attended a very enjoyable candy betes, dropsy, Bight's dis ,
others who may come. pulling and singing, a few nights since, or some other serious form of
(Col. J. B. Johnson, of Live Oak, is at Mr. Cook's. "0." compw*
expected to be with us on the 30th. If you suffer from tckace
Mrs. G. A. Newlan and children vis. Beachville Briefs. aceo dizzyfels; ifathe kift
tiomm ar reflrof DIW ^B
ited relatives at Rocky Sink last Wed- It is still raining here. Cotton is natural in appearance, do
nesday. looking bad and shedding its fruit rap- Help the kiMnu k at c do
The W. O. W. met Saturday after- idly in consequence. Doan' KiaHelp P eareet tl
noon, and from reports the camp is T. P. Camo and daughter Pearl. of Dn skdm-y irw a n y d
growing rapidly in numbers. Watertown, spent Saturday and Sun- n fal OvaMW i Zi
ALMU'S. day with his brother. J. A. Casown. of w pM p o ea Mo v M
Bacheville. Here I cm of may m t
Middleton ltem%. The protracted meeting ckled Sun- H vcma)
Miss Minnie Sauls, a pretty and ac- day night. Elds. James Lee ad G. 1.. Mrs. T H Muma Dwal St. LI
complished young lady from Live Oak. Wiggins preached some tinte 'rmon u ;u 'ity. -. 1 w as
is spending this week with the family large congregations. j 5bacs d h o yt
of W. K. Nobles. T. W. and MIss lr itSweat spemt^ T ^ for ts I
J. D. Summer, who has for the past! Saturday and Sunday ittl their pa- vr ihadm t m o ftw om iso n
four months been employed by the "ra Mr. and Mrs M wWe& saw Ia e ..
Street Railwav Co., of Jacksonvile.' These young ptple art te ra mg wh b ho iu o. 4a &
has resigned his position and is visiting am we ra lma,. wb 4, 1ii ".ricw bu&. I bain Umt r aw I -
homefolks in this community thi week. them back ay Utat Uti rma d) Sted Am q
u /* ^ i .^ Wtxider wnu .tx taw ix )&;ways rMited. IV%*& w ppn VA& dtl
Rev. G. P. Saul& preached an inttr- butting mt i certain y.ap Kmn's f. i
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