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 2, 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 )
 Notes
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: VID00566
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
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Other version: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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LIV OAK, FLORIDA, UDAY. JULY LT 1.


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.Speaminmt Gum. Suwan-;
Ca
S. BHall, of O'Brien, was in
ainesm Monday.
^ ^ the popular milliner at,
i' Emporium, visited rela-
awbnville Sunday.
O&h Mercantile Co., Wel-i
l oats, etc.
, t, of Lake City, was here
Spart of last week the guest
SIm Bardin and Mrs. Kim-i

Is tobacco and cigars at S. P.1

l Heary and Miss Rie Porter
- a party of boys and girls
S paick at Peacock lake,

-t9 of Jackomville, has!
t &lWIC Seweing Machine i
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Fresh ine NaPtima Blimt Compy
ckenr at S. P. Mays.
C C. Cook left Sunday for absiraem
trip to Stesvle and othe points i

Buy yoar dr& s ad books amd tave
your pescriptios filled at Cook's.
Dr. Armstrong, the Eye and Nerve
Specialist, an be se at ive Oak the
second Thursday in July. Office, Hotel
Suwannee. One day ily, July 8th.


learn about the How.
ARD-the one Ameri-
can watch that has real finish and
adjustment real fiueuess.
The HOWARD is the finest
practical time-piece in the world
for daily pocket use.
New exta-thin model HOWADt
is the irst American thin-model
we can urextne ras a time-keeper.
Every HOWARD is adjusted i
its and price-ticketed at the
fctory-$35.oo to 150.00. Price
IS lever cut.
weA aI u0*M- ln W-da-r ---ct

A fvV W of d&Wamum-f.


There were three Masonic picnics in
this section of Florida on Thursday of!
last week and they were all well at-
tended. There was one at O'Brien, one
at Welborn and one at Day.
Buy Crown stoves, best made. So(d
by Cash Mercantile Co., Welborn.


Mrs. Dr. White and children left
Saturday for Asheville, N. C. where
they will join Mrs. White's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wood, who are
spending the summer there.
Wanted-Board in private family by
couple. Address F, are of Box 369.
Contractor J. D. Handcock, who has
has been up in Georia for several


K J* alk b am Ntkumen weeks, was at home the fart of the
b-aJit -1 .- Hat- --
fLg R. R. WATCHES week to vit h fmi before gog
aM j | M,. wet ... to Patka where he has a contact for
L^ WL =a I--raiftd md W& putting up a buying.
ls o a Mow %t a Nice adice glass free with your
M tm t nv t m.lM in J..jb WA m. M d first prescription at Cook's
Ift ~ t-Ma w PMM f Godw? Cut prices tobacco and llktds of
1b WN CAN FIT TOUR aTS roceneiflour, etc.. at Cash Mercan-
LB 4iw a all J. D. RADFORD ta~ie. webon
|W-V o ttighW td JEW EL E Ed Mills, travelin freight agent for
1' *". LIWvI OAtK. PLOIODa ,theS. A. Lraiodwas in the city
----- Sunday to visit his mother. Ed is one
MM& -i he ad bS hoe for men of the many Live Oak boys who is
*b KHuhrvww SASu :3S" making good in a very r sonsible poui-
In tn m aAhot t
t1 dar"A ase imI box paper and tablets. tion with a big corporation.
n... *.. A L..k SNWW DnW Co.n rim n n rxma Mrra (ti. rn Wikhnm


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6 a bi tPnva mots

mb~m lame Ding c.
boft's btord Ex.
SCab.n is t 2-aoune
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P. W. Wtrrn. a pri-mamt citizen of and get ice water Free to all every
Saturday. Don't have to buy a drink.
Wdbora. *'u m th ciiy Mooday.
Mrs. L L. White and little daughter.
CMapt' a) Ma Hitna retu dLaua Frank, left Tuesday for Way.
from tlher vwt toGtsi Saturday. cnm Ga., where they will spend a
S or tdumia "166 will cure any couple of weeks visiting relatives, after
cas of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. which, they will go on to Waynesville,
Mim Eva Dowing, of Dowling Park, N. C. to spend the balance of the sum-


Ein( wril oave the latter ws the guest of relatives in this city.
1 ak for Atlantic Beach th latte part of last wek.
i w m little daugterI Ate oolue free-a h& me piece
ile da~r before go* to of jewelry at J. B. Evans'.
MN ed North Carolina. CoL


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Porch Lanier was in the city Tuesday
and made the Democrat office a social
visit. He sas crops arefairly good in
hi section of the county-Robrg-


h e r Monday. Mrs. S. Surrency is at Luranvlle this -a m rau 5 Iew Iy. K came-
; privatefweek visiting her daughter, Mrs. just i time to ave the con crop.
i private family byo Wildder. Mrs. Will Tedder left Wednesday for
l F, cm of BMiss Thelma Bothwellof Live Oak the mountains of North Carolina, near

mq d into the room in is the guest of Col. C. A. Stephens and Asheville, where Contractor Hughes
-_f family this week.-Jasper Banner of has just completed for Mr. Tedder a
9 i recently vacated Liberty. neat and commodious cottage on land
L T. Morgan, a gen- he purchased several years ago. Mm
I Id li.d and thoroughly You can get a handsome piece of Tedder will spend the remainder of the
IMb hage of the abstract guaranteedgold and go plted jew-summer there.
11 bhe pleued to look after ery free at J. B. Evans'. I


0 b the abstract line at any

I=- in best leather and at
Se Mizell Live Stock Co.

OMt "cut much ice" with
ba-auee county just now
b Vub are full of huckle-
SfLbm-rtie* and plums, and
hbd of crops of melons,
SfIgs,. etc. At some
hl t feel a little pinched
e ulad stnke us. but not

b" of hor, t or 7atftie.

W- Vhillams. df t'ala. ahK)
S OI.st 'f hrr istrr. Mrs
ay. Iturila f,-r K r.-

tMesIs at tt nor-
/w ,Silha,---awo


Mrs. R P. Radford and children, of A. -. bMasel, Ixormer I C1Le iLI
Lake City, returned home Saturday af. of this city, but now of Welborn was
ter a very pleasant visit in Live Oak a Prominent visitor here last Friday.'
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rad- Mr. Stansel is in the merantile busi-
ford. ness. and reports trade very good. He
says his little city keeps on growing
Col. Can- A. Hardee returned Tes- an improving and gets better all the t
day morning from a business trip to time.
Perrv.


Mr. Arnold P. Mickler and wife are
here from Live Oak, Fla.. to participate
in the celebration of the fiftieth anni-
versity of their parents. St. Augus-
tine Record. J une S.
Rev. S. B Roers. of Gainesville,
Sec-K tary of tht State Board of Mis-
suons. n.,ird th pu;pi't at the Baptist,
church in this 'it\ oSunday in the ab-
snce of the partor, t;Iv. John A. Wray.
Thr eicebrated Rku 'il Wagon at a
bg barainm Mztell live Stock Co.
Mss Annie White left Saturday night
fur knoxvilio. Tenn. After a short visit


.ati noiLo n wit wu uesuay mourmu
for Live Oak. where he has accepted a i
position with the Seaboard railway as
yard clerk. Nat is an industrious young
man and we wish him success. r er-
nandina Recood.
Nice pound paper at 25 and 35c a:
pound at Cook's.


Dr. Lon Dixion, who has opened a
dental parlor in Jacksonville. was in
the city Sunday to visit his family. Dr.
Dixon is one of the best dentists in the
State, and is said to have a finely
equipped and handsome office in the
metropolis, where he is enjoying a good
practice.


REMEMBER!:



Our next interest period begins Jly 1
all deposits made in our Savings Deprt-
ment by Saturday, July 10th, wi draw
interest from July st. Nothing
i i grows like interest i
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The Citizens Bank of Live Oak


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"


DESIGNATED


STATE, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORS


Toilet paper at Cook's.


Lot in Live Oak Monday, Jane 2th
purse containing money. Finder plee
return to Democrat office and get re-
ward.
Mrs. R. E. McNeill and two interest-
ing children leave today for a two
week's visit at Tifton, Ga., to visit
Mrs McNeil's sister. Mrs. Paulk


We? sane Emm amw nu ir51
gow pbw *Mfeby J, L L
Wand-Tbr rem,
I-f-t for rk
private m p-mL 4
F. aem fS W
Mim Ids Phtt lmsu Iiaihiu.
view inr shuthd with &o h
Buim Codv. aMnd Idt f t d.


e tuomm to wact a Pusm as iom
WANTGD-A first luad white bad raphb with the Dmfhg t LI Mf
Good uk" wWa steaft mamenL 1.


White barber shop, Live Oak, Fha
T. S. Bade mand family wet out to
Suwannmm Spring YM ay and epmet
to spend most of the .mmmer. Mrs.
W. R. MeGregor and little daughter,
Summer. of Sante Fe, are with them.


Fruit jars cheap at Mays.


Just received a nice line of tablet
and paper at Cook's.
Mrs. H. E. Carter and little sO Nd-
som expect to leave Monday for Lynch-
burg, Va., where they will sped a
month or six weeks the guest of Mn.
Carter's parents.
Wanted-Three rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, for light housekeeping;
private home preferred. Addrem,
F, care of Box 369.


Just received a eeimI"tp *am*1
Cook's.
Itf _tt--_'a--_ ta p hll;
eola Jorl ka tit toow at m- |
Live Oak's boved a imbm:
Jon A. Wray i prving emd
the =mt attactie qmhku tt -
held anetia here for a h tr
large crowds are attag the

The Miimoay U mni w Mt at I
the Libary OB Waeday, J at
3: o'mclck. Acorl iitvitUmbat.
tendedto allto aMtrd t- moi3g.
A special mual pramm ir tM
leadrhip of Mr. L T. MapBs w
be rendered, aLo i gIod td
the Unio and its pl rpoa t ma
lady m Lre Oak aid atk bI
work by their praoaatbi1m- .


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THE NEWLY
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meant a veritable gold mine in
FURNITURE BARGAINS.
We are superbly stocked to
meet the most exacting de-
mands of the couple who are
just beginning housekeeping-
and are naming remarkably
low prices.
YOUR INSPECTION SOLICITED


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-M ei. M Howlav ReL i omon Waler .and very hro UItC. They attend meet I /

On MMog l PRM nAH. n^w Yowng, Waller andW
1w s 4 Yans, EUis Mo eley, Clude Goff, tingB of the lodge ranm or shine. That .
...... .. att..... uO a'aWl Smith, Ran W owla.i
Cdlad Sam Aur, ,ay Ho.. .. --.d., the ay to me a "e of "y- BA"1 w l sconu
e~. i nmih d i Ho fdlW thing. !,, to Live Oak until in August, at whie
S' a Te Syooi folks en IMged in fnny Mrs. Bell has returned to her home
pl ndple ntc ation 'till after visiting among her friends atl will open an Anticeptic Ofce similar ty
CONY COIKSPONDENC Ilte hoar. But as! S h thi hav e Newb tr
toomeaNdgo. Theaw d Howes and Alden owes t- hehasin Jacksonville, and it Wlill be
ito omeandgo. ,The last fond word

Cl ln Dot. Irw spoken, the last good-bye was tended church at Friendship last Sun-e none in the State, furnished with all
The .rry pit.pt of the little rain sid (for that time) and each one took d(lay. J
d t o of t th o home, de- S. Jo o visited at Cyd ast equipment. All work will be done JN
f- s a.r. e hed every side glaring tey had spent a most enjoya- Sunday, the guest of Mr. Howlae i and guaranteed in quality and workg
th s day. And the good o a mer r ble Sevening. d We t Aow a dt
tl Aherel e et old ammave SIL. g. Prices will be very close. Allin need
the is awoderfy ine. C th ave rains VTier Lake o eal will do ell to wait for the open
haes co'w e sine tBure rnins We are having some good, refresh- W
M d g. T j w ing rains and crops are looking fine. office, if possible. Watch this ba
The ihool at Clayland is progress- A. M. Moseley, of Clavland, was at Our protracted meeting begins next office, if possible Watch this space
im nudy. they certainly have a full Newburn inspecting the roads last Mon- Sunday. v as to where and when it Will open.
m Theen i erollment of 70 day. q Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Adams, whoa
pop. The lrge attendance has made Singing school at Rossburg closed have been visiting their parents, Mr.
it e ary to have an assistant last Saturday. There was a large and Mrs. M. V. Mills, have returned to
SWaller Howland is now in charge crowd of visitors present to enjoy the their home in Perry. ____________ ______
Sthe mall "d" The pupils are closing exerciseas Dinner was spread The people of Tiger Lake are having
&ig wry cod worak so far. Thoae on the grounds and all things taken t some nice fih frys ad picnics
Sthel roD for the fintmomthlare gether the day was pleasantly and pro- Warren Milhs, son of Mr. and Mrs. V O ak ni
Sow Mr Seasly' room-Jee fitablesPent l M. V. Mills, is teaching the school ats
G at Hart, Mae Howlad, There is to be a picnic at Rocky Sink diersM V. Mills, hv t eae turned
o IBm, HoiStisMon, Delia Stin- next Saturday. Let every one come Wonder what young man carried his MANFLAC' URER8 OF
ma, B fTflm and Hqh Goff out with well-filled basket. Weare best girl out driving Sunday afternoon'
Nb Hrwhm'm rn-Mary Hart, anticipating a pleasant day for all. ud had to lead his hose homeT Ti o
lte ma m.Ti T where many Sunday school at Wesley Chapel was The Sday school of Tiger Lake isSlr Ioa v i
di ayodld i, but did not quite oganited last Saturday. Mr. Johnson --nm nicely under theuperin- Lights Pw r and p
sbs d obo roll Hope they wili was e etted superinntedent and pIr. G. taent ip of G. H. Dorman.
im Mr B A Hoes is bible teacher. n
Therretafew ay ao ooh mg w boWht h~ Electric Lights inanypart of the city
l h, eh nhe more than fifty pupils and S y, ad was at is bet girl's evidence or Business Hoses at a very re
t-_ --i ui--:w- vice. It was re- tWere are yet more to come in. house next morning by sunrise to cary Electric powfr-Day and night current-for
=k aI m ton Jack r i "Doan. Our Literary Club rendered their first her out driving. BEES. a. ....r.


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Tm fr Ma HorM ad many other program last Friday. We have a nice
Oieah e to ig for us. program for this week. Come out to
NL Mqie JahoM who has ben m see us
vWt t& family of J. P. Howland, We had several visitors at school last
as rotaM to r home in ModticeDo. week. Come out to see us again.
1Ip hu b lO bek left Moday to Quite a number of people from Or-


For sale. "Vhoes and retail Ice-out of City orders bm ;
My house and lot in South Live Oak. cial attention, and all orders promptly filled.
For terms and price see W. H. Gornto
or write me. CiAS. O. SAUNDERS, We will iv you good prices on ow grade c g
800 East Second South street, Salt n Co m and get ourwrics
Lake City, Utah. g C and et our price


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We Invite Your Attention to Our Latest

Official Statement as Made to the


Department at Washington


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No. 6055


REPORT


OF THE


CONDI TION


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THE


FIRST


NATIONAL BANK
OF LIVE OAK


To Comptroller of Currency, Washington. D. C.,
at close of business Wednesday, June 23, 1909.


RESOURCES


Loans and Discounts $
Overdrafts .............
U. S., County and City Bonds
Banking House and Fixtures
Real Estate....
Cash and Due from U. S. Treas


Total


161,282.74
541.84
65,650.78
7,680.00
5,979.67
66,630.99


w307.766.02


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Capital Stock (fully paid) ..........
Surplus Fund ............... .........
Undivided Profits (Expenses
and Taxes Paid) ....... ........
Circulation ........
Deposits
Bonds Borrowed
Bilis Payable


Total .....


50,000.00
22,500.00


9,303.15
42,500.00
143,462.87
30,000.00
10,000.00


$307,766.02


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Buggies Mules, Harness,


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Whips, Lap Robes,Etc


HORSES AND MULES JUST RECEIVED


Call and See Them.


onm't forget that we are headquarters for everything in our line.

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


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