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Suwannee Democrat. (Live Oak, Fla.) 1897-current, September 10, 1909, Image 4

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secondclass matter matterNorth matterNorth matterNorth
North poles must be plentiful Cook Cookfound COOkfound Cookfound
found one orie and now Peary has found foundanother foundanother foundanother
another anotherEvery anotherEvery anotherEvery
Every oW soldier in Florida should shouldattend shouldattend shouldattend
attend the reunion here October October20th October20thsand r 20th 20thvand 20thand
and 21st They can not very well wellafford wellafford wellword
afford to miss itThere it itThere itThere
There are only twentynine telephones telephonescompanies telephonescompanies telephonescompanies
companies in all the great republic of ofBrazil ofBrazil ofBrazilil I
Brazil and the total subscribers number numberless numberl numberless i
less l SS than 10000Experiments 10000 10000Experiments 10000Experiments i
Experiments are under way to har harness harness barness ¬ I
ness the mighty currents which sweep sweepthrough sweepthrough sweepthrough
through Hell Gate off the port of New NewYork NewYork Newr
r York with a view of turning the power powerinto powerinto powerinto
into electricity electricityWith electricityWith electricityWith
With farm products bringing satis satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory ¬
factory prices and turpentine again selling sell selling selling ¬
ing at figures that mean diamonds and andautomobiles andautomobiles andautomobiles
automobiles for the operators operatorstis tis little littlewonder littlewonder littlewonder
wonder that prosperity pro rity is now smiling smilingclown smilingdown smilingdown
down upon Florida FloridaPaIatkaTimes FloridaPaIatkaTimesHerald FloridaPalatka Palatka Times TimesHerald Timesiferald
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The Lebanon Mo Rustic very truth truthfully truthfull1 truthfully ¬
fully says not for a fraction but for theState the theState theState
State is a maxim that will apply just justas
as wellto ell to a community as to a com cornmonwealth commonwealth commonwea1th ¬
monwealth Many towns have been beenruined beenruined beenruined
ruined or seriously injured because of offactional offactional offactional
factional feeling Any place can be bebuilt bebuilt bebuilt i
built up and made to prosper when its itscitizens j jcitizens I Icitizens I I
citizens intelligently work together for forits forits I
its welfare What a change would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take place if the chronic fault finder finderwho finderr I ItJ
r tJ r who picks holes in the actions of others otherswould otherswould otherswould I
would only reform himself I
Mr P B Bowielate Bowie late of Ocala has hastaken hastaken I Itaken
taken chirge of the Crystal River RiverNews RiverNews RiverNews
News and d will w t e3lt t as well as manage managethat maDaoOthat managethat
that paper in future futureEx Ex Mr Bowie Bowieis I Iis
is an able editor a first class printer printerand
and a gentleman In the broadest mean meaning meaning meaning ¬
ing of the word and we predict predictsuccess predictsuccessfor success successfor successfor
for the News under his management managementThe
The Gainesville Sun notes the fact factthat factthat factthat
that both the Palatka papers are fighting fight fighting fighting ¬
ing the reestablishing of saloons in inPutnam inPutnam inPutnam
Putnam county Thats right If the thesaloon thesaloon thesaloon
saloon is to remain in Florida confine confineit
it to the larger cities Towns like likeGainesville likeGainesville likeGainesville
Gainesville and Palatka should never neveragain neveragain neveragain
again permit the license for the sale of ofwhiskey ofwhiskey ofwhiskey
whiskey within their corporate limitsWe limits limitsWe limitsWe
We presume former Governor r Brow Broward Broward Browand
ard is ready r ady to qualify as a candidate candidatefor
for United States Senator in accord accordance accordance accordance ¬
ance with the Pensacola News Newsstand Newsstando Newsstandardmoney stand standard standardmoney ¬
ard ardmoney money and lots of it ThePunta ThePuntaGorda The Punta PuntaGarda PuntaGorda
Gorda Herald publishes a rumor that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the exgovernor recently made 50000 50000out 50000out 50000out
out of Everglades land and the St StAugustine StAugustine StAugustine
Augustine Record published an inter interview interview ¬
view with him in which he stated definately defi definately
nately that he would w u1d be a candidate cam l1ate for forsenator forsenator
senator The pleasure of knowing that thatour thatour
our exgovernor exgove or has made a small for fortune fortune fortune ¬
tune seems to be about all the pee peepul peepul peepul
pul have got out of the Everglades Evergladesup
up to date but perhaps our time is iscoming iscomin iscoming
coming later We shall see seeStark seeStarkTelegraph Stark StarkTelegraph StarkI StarkTelegraph
Telegraph TelegraphIt
It is not an easy thing fora for a man toseparate to toseparate toseparate
separate himself from the thought and andactivity andactivity andactivity
activity and purpose of the community communityin
in which he lives and to pursue an iso isolated isolated isolated ¬
lated disconnected d and selfish part partHe partHe partHe
He cant do it it indeed and if he tries triesit
it he will only reduce himself to a cipher cipheror
or stumbling block The community communitywill
will get on somehow s for it itmust must but if ifit ifit ifit
it have h ve many members of this kind it itwill itwill itwill
will be unprogressive Man in isola isolation isolation isolation ¬
tion is of little consequence next to tonothing tonothing tonothing
nothing His association with others othersthe othersthe
the inspiration he receives from others othersdraw
draw out his powers Out of the ac action action ¬
tion and interaction of currents of mind mindaffected mindaffected mindaffected
affected and even directed direc by b variant variantviews variantviews variantviews
views or opinions comes the whole wholeprogress wholeprogress wholeprogress
progress of man of society of the hu human human ¬
man race
The Suwannee Democrat in its exu exuberance exuberance exuberance ¬
berance of joy over the city of Live laveOak LiveOak
Oak getting a new depot amongothers amongothersthanks among others othersthanks othersthanks
thanks the Railroad Commission for the theimprovement
improvement To our certain knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge th3 Railroad Commission sat sataround sataround sataround
around like bumps on a log for several severalyears severalyears severalyears
years until the people of that city cityforced cityforced cityforced
forced them to get a move on them themselves themI themselves ¬
selves The assertion as rtion was made by theofficials the theofficials theofficials
I officials of the Seaboard that the depot depoti depotwould depotwould
i would have been built but for the ap api appeal
i peal to the commission and the assertion asser assertion assertion
tion proved true When the railroad railroadcompanies railroadI railroadcompanies
I companies got ready to build the depot depotthere depotthere depotthere
there they paid no more attention to tothe tothe tothe
the commission than they would to tothree tothree tothree
three jack rabbits Tampa is in the thesame theI thesame thesame
I same boat when the Seaboard A C CLf CL CL
Lf L arid Tampa Northern get ready to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build the union depot in that city theywill they theywill theywill
will do it and in the interim snap theirfingers their theirfingers theirI
I fingers at the Railroad Commission and andthe andI andthe
I the people foot their bills for junketing junketingtours
tours to Tampa TampaInverness Inverness Chronicle ChronicleThe
The Chronicle is somewhat in error as asI
I j I I to its statements regarding the condi conditions conditions ¬
I tions which brought aboutLive about Live Oak se sei securing securing
i curing the new union depot The truth truthabout truthI truthabout
I about this citys experience in the fight fightfor fightfor fightfor
for the new depot is as follows and anddates andII anddates
dates back a number of years The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
II first real determined effort was made madei madesome
i i some five or six years ago when a committee com comj
j I mittee from the old board of trade was wasappointed wasI wasappointed
I appointed to appear before a meeting meetingof
of the Railroad Commission at which whichmeeting whichmeeting whichmeeting
meeting officials of the different rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads entering this city were present presentand
I and at this meeting the officials of the theSeaboard theI
I Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Lineprom Linepromised Line prom promised promised
ised the Live Oak Board of Trade com committee como cornmittee
o mittee that if they would withdraw the thematter theI thematter thematter
matter from the Railroad Commission Commissionthey Commissionev
they ev would build the depot and that thatj thatwork thatwork
j work would commence upon it within withinthree withini withinthree
i three months This appeared fair and andthe andthe andthe
the Board of Trade withdrew their ap appeal appeal ¬
I peal to the commission n The Theresulfwas Theresulfwasthe result was wasthe wasthe
the railroad rail ad companies broke every everypromise everyI everypromisemade
I promisemade promise made Last LastJanuaryafterwait LastJanuaryafterwaiting Januaryafter wait waiting ¬
ing nearly 4 years the Boad of Trade Tradeagain Tradeagain Tradeagain
again took the matter up with the Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road Commission which resulted in the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission after a hard and deter determined determined determined ¬
mined fight in which Mayor McNeill McNeilland
and Mr Letcher were the leaders for forthe forthe forthe
the Board of Trade ordered the
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the Railroad CorAinfffiiimiii ComMiIIItI ComMiIIItIwork ae Niiftlt Niiftltwork I Iwork
work should c coauMMt CONti or > oe dill dilltime w fty i gtime I Itime
time This order of tkidtomCifr tkidtomCifrmission tIN bdd bddmission c cmission
mission has be been cwriid fit Mfc < Ie t fik e eter i iter III IIIter
ter by the railroads railroldlchanges taoipt ifcWft ifcWftchanges e echanges
changes were consent eon conaentedtebytie ntld U tee teeof iy tbe mi Pwdof miof
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lieve Live Oak would have ever If tot totnew 11Mnew iMdnew
new union depot but for the fcUrmlmi fcUrmlmifight dtttraiIMifight dotarhedfight
fight of the Board of Trade tad ft ftorder tM tMorder thorder
order made by the RaOrotd Railro d Cm Cmmission e emission CMwmission
mission Having been in tiw hefrom fefct fefctfrom IPtfrom
from the start to the finish ti ticrat tAt n ncrat Daae Daaecrat
crat knows the Railroad Railroadwere Coawaf Coawafwere ConMdeelu ConMdeeluwere
were a great help in th the > natUr JIItterwe and aadwe andwe
we think they deserve our thaaki thaakiLEARNING thubLEARNING tbaakttLEARNING
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day who can neither raid nor writ tot totwho Mtwho bitwho
who has kept his eyes open aad hu bwreached hureached JIMreached
reached some profresefve p ogresen cMctatfrni cMctatfrnithat c eJMIau eJMIauthat
that ought to make some S IM t tl f tit wUU wJJtafarmers w wfarmers wUUfarmers
farmers rather ashamed of ofsays ofsays enweiyaa enweiyaasays
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thing that looks nice and good M i mat matter Matter t tter ¬
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cotton costs twenty cants a bale extra extraand extraand extraand
and I believe J sometimes sometim8lgM get 2 a bale balemore balemore bslemore
more on account of the neatlooking nitlookingbagging neatlookingbagging neatlookingbagging
bagging not to say anything of the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better price I get on account of keep keeping keeping keeping ¬
ing the cotton dry and under shelter shelterWOMAN shelter41011AN If IfO
It takes a hundred men to make an aneiicampment anetlcampment anencampment
encampment but one woman can make makea
a home I not only admire woman as asthe asthe asthe
the most beautiful beaut ul creature that was wasever wasever wasever
ever created but I reverence her as asthe asthe asthe
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But we have received and opened now for foryour foryour i ij
j your inspection the most complete line of ofs ofBoys ofA
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Boys s School and Dress Suits Suitsthat r t tL41
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1 I oTi that t0 you will find in the city this season seasonWell sea seasonq on onwell
q t Well made u up p in all the best bestt selected pat patterns patterns ¬ i c cS
S c J terns and materials and in all allstyles styles andcuts and andcuts F Ft
i t cuts in sizes from the smallest to thelargest the thelargest thelargest
largest We ask your inspection when in inneed inneed in inL
L need of Boys or Childrens Suits SuitsSCHOOL ui ts tsr I
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J We have spared no pains in selecting our Shoes for Boys Girls and Children this season sea season season ¬
son from the best factories We have 7 the strongest and most complete stock of ofBOYS ofBOYS 4
Ever shown in the city Made in all the different leathers for school or dressy wear
o Made to stand wear comfort and style We fit your feet and save your purse when whenyou whenyou
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