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I that at the killing was the result resultfamily resulti
i i 1 family feud of long standingIB standing
IB wife had been living with her herMr herIf herMr
If Mr Herring since her separa separaomher separaI
I I omher IIi her husband some months monthsThe monthst
I The Herring e family f mi1Y objected to to5k tocoming o oI
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l i < J i fed kedhe dhe he continued to come armed armedtime armedL
L I c time t ne and also made threats
> ring g he h would wo ld continue to come as asas asJ6M asas
J6M as his children remained there thereme
r J e wine me to the Herring home again againijday againyafternoon againy
ijday yafternoon y afternoon of terndon and while there the thewas theeI thedel
del eI was renewed resulting in infi inf
f fi ii receiving a load of buckshot in inb inbreISt inI
I breISt b nstand and another in his back as ashorse asf ashorse
f t horse dashed off from the gate gateIth gateII gateth
I Ith Ih resulting alm almost st instantly instan l Her HerJasper Herk Herj
II k is in Jasper prison awaiting com comtriai comI cornilrsent
I i ilrsent t triaL Both parties areciti arecitim are citi citit
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t i i From Cypress ypress Lake Recorder RecorderFriday RecorderFriday
2 Friday p m September 3rd Ev Evifything EvJ
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q ifything is moving on nicely nicelypway nicelySJmday nicelySinday
SJmday pway school was fine Sunday af after afterat afteri00 ter terliiieoaatLeona
liiieoaatLeona i00 at Leona M E church After Afterky Aftery
ky 1 school the Womans Foreign ForeignSociety Foreignary
c aditeionary ary Society was held of which whichLiBt whicht whichmembers
LiBt t members were present presentHenderson presentJenderson presentHenderson
Henderson Colier and Miss Belle Bellefoseley Belle08eley Belleio
foseley io eley were quietly married at the thejeaie theGme thele
jeaie Gme le of the brides parents after afterwhich aftertw1 afterhieh
tw1 which hieh ch they left on the 1030 train for fortker fortm forher
> her future home We extend congrat congratMr
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I Mr and Mrs Henry Holtzclaw vis visJlted vis1ted visd
Jlted 1ted d Evergreen I ergieen last Sunday SundayHiss
Hiss Ava Wilder and Mr Simeon SimeonWilson Simeont Simeontlson
< t Wilson tlson Miss Josie Boatright and Mr Mrfywere Mrwere Mrw Mrwere
w fywere were visitors at Evergreen also alsost alsojBt al alSt so I
jBt st Sunday SundayJ
0 J Tfc and Mrs Thos Law visited her herne herme hee
ne e folks Mr and Mrs Legett last lastfenday last5mdav lasy t
fenday 0 5mdav fl y
ter 7 thud Revels has been quite sick but butsj butrecovering bu bui t t
sj i recovering at this writing writingfr
fr GUI Wilder left last Thursday for forkra86ville forJkiueVille fo foGainesville r
Gainesville to visit one of his old friends friendsere friendsafter friendte s
te ere after which he will go to Brooks Brooks4TiHe Brookswhere Brookstrllle
4TiHe where he will take charge of the theBrooksville therOOksviUe therooksville
Brooksville school at that placeY place placeBartow placeBartow
Y < Bartow Law had the misfortune on onfife onis onreturn
li fife is return from Fernandina to fallfront fall fallJranthe fallifrom
front Jranthe the west bound Seaboard train trainSew trainJt trainie8r
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Sew Jt Lake Ogden Monday night Aut Au AufastSOth AuJOIt I
fastSOth JOIt t 80th being instantly killed We Wev Weour We9tctend
v 9tctend tend our heartfelt sympathy to his hisfeereaved histll6reaved hisa
a moved mother and relatives relativesThe
The farmers farm rs are busy harvesting harvestingtheir
their r bounteous crops at this timeSchool time timeSchool
School 1 is still progressing nicely itX11 it itBjmallbut ittrnaUtbut
Bjmallbut X11 but we trust it will w l1 hold up u >
Mrs Holtzclaw and Miss Ruby visitedoar visIted visitecwr visItedscl1oo1last
wr school scl1oo1last last Friday evening
Our teacher has just j t finished reading readingwflDtgh
P1 A hough h the Bible or New Testament Testamenljp8 Testament1orning Testamentmorning
vv jp8 morning he taking a chapter t at atome a
I time ome e most of f the time timeI timee I wonder whatether what
1 ether ber teacher has done the like likeBest lik likBest 7 7Best
Best wishes toall toallEVANGELINE to all allEVANGELINE allEYANGELINE
EVANGELINE WILDER WILDERt
t Editor of Cypress Lake Record for
the theweek week ending endi g September 319Q9 1909
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A very pretty wedding took place at atKJence atN atthere
there N KJence enceof lce of our fellowtownsman fellowtownsmanTownsend f fellowtownsmanTOvn5end I
1ToWnsend Townsend Tuesday a a ternoon of ofeek ofweek ofweek
week eek Mr James Albert Breare Brearew
w ayo to and Miss Mary Ada Townsend TownsendW3 Townsendthis
if W3 this city were the happy contract contractrties contractI contractrtles
I rties The bride is the daughter daughterand
V i and Mrs G W Townsend ownsendld ownsendldDW oldafld old oldrespected
afld DW ghly respected citizens of LiveL Live LiveThe LIvePak I
Pak The groom is the son so of Col Colf I
f George e Breare deceased of Mayo MayoMr MaolIr RlayoMr i
Mr Clarence Hart of Mayo acted as asman asman asman
man and Miss Mattie McLeod McLeodthe McLeode McLeodice
ice e of the bride was brides maid maidwere maidwere maidWere
were in attendance from Mayo MayoIrs MayoLang
Irs ra Lang the mother of Mr Breare4r Breare Breareaod BresreMrs
4r and Mrs Green Mr W V J Geiger GeigerClark GeigerClark GeigerClark
Clark and Sears Many of the thes j js
lb des s large family connection were weret wereAt
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t A At t 2 oclock sharp Miss Estelle Cobb Cobbm CobbCousin
i Cousin m of the bride began the wed wedrch wedmarch I Imarch
march rch and surrounded by their theirthe theIrQs theirieii
ieii Qs the Rev R V Atkisson pasof pas
f of the Methodist church in fittingand fitting fittingP4 fittingand
P4 and beautiful forms joined them thembonds themthe themthe
fc the bonds of Holy matrimony matrimonyhappy
I Tbe happy couple have gone to Jack Jackille Jackf
r f J lie for a few days Mr Breare is isrmcipal isPapal
Papal P clpal of the schooKt schoo t Steinhat Steinhatspd Steinhatin t inhat inhatI
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ANOTHER NORTH POLEMessage POLE POLEMessage
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Message From Peary Says He Nailed NailedFlag NailedIlag NailedFlag
Flag to North Pole PoleNew PoleNew
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New York Sept S pt 7 7The The followingdispatch following followingdispatch 1 1dispatch
dispatch was received here today todayIndian todayIndian todayIndian
Indian Harbor via Cape Ray N F FTo Fro Fro
ro the Associated Press New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The Stars and Stripes nailed to the theNorth theNorth
North Pole Signed PEARY PEARYPhiladelphia PEARYPhiladelphia PEiwPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept 7 7Admiral Admiral Mel Melville Melville Melville ¬
ville when informed of the text of the theAssociated theAssociated theAssociated
Associated Press dispatch from Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant Peary If Lieutenant Pearyhas Peary Pearyhas Pearyhas
has telegraphed the Associated Press Presshe Presshe Presshe
he has found the pole I believe it andsay and andsay andsay
say bully for him himWashington himWashington himWashington
Washington Sept believe in inholding inholding i iholding
holding the whole matter of the claim clai
of the discovery of the North in inabeyance inabeyance i iabeyance n
abeyance until adequate proof is sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted JJ declared Prof Henry Gannett Gan Gannett Gannett ¬
nett who has a worldwide fame as a ageographer ageographer ageographer
geographer and an author of scientific scientificworks scientificworks scientificworks
works
In n Trouble TroubleRev TroubleRev TroubleRev
Rev G P Sauls S uls who has been mak malring making making ¬
ing this county headquarters for the thepast thepast thepast
past several months is now in serioustrouble serious serioustrouble serioustrouble
trouble A few days since he procured procureda
a marriage license to wed one of this thiscountys thiscountys thiscountys i
countys highly esteemed young ladies ladiesand ladiesand ladiesand
and the preacher was about to pro pronounce pronounce propounce ¬
nounce them husband and wife when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the father of the young lady objected objectedand
and gave ave as his hi reason that he believed believecRev believedRev believedRev
Rev Sauls had a living wife in Leon Leoncounty Leoncounty Leoncounty
county The ceremony was never neverfinished neverfinished I Ifinished
finished although the reverend gentle gentleman ¬
man declared there was no truth in the thereport thereport thereport
report Investigation followed and as asa asa asa
a result Saujs was arrested last week weekand weekand weekand
and in default of bond is in jail charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with an attempt to commit bigamy bigamyFrom bigamyFrom bigamyFrom
From reports Sauls has been married
twice His first wife died several years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago He afterwards married a young younglady younglady younglady
lady in Leon county Coming here a afew afew
few months ago he passed himsel off as asa asa
a widower and until this trouble ro bl came cameup cameup cameup
up he stood very high in the section of ofthis ofthis
this county where he resided We Wehope Vehope
hope there is some mistake about thismatter this thismatter thismatter
matter as we hate to believe a man manengaged manengaged
engaged in preaching the Gospel of ofChrist ofChrist
Christ would attempt to violate the thelaws thelaws
laws of God and man
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DEVELOPMENT D VEI OPMENT OF O THF TIIFMIND TIIFMINDLecture MIND MINDLecture JUNDLecture
Lecture Given by Rev Sam J J White 11htteTuesday WhiteTuesday hlte hlteTn
Tuesday Tn day Night NightAccording NightAccording I
According to previous announcement announcementRev
Rev Sam J white gave his noted notedlecture notedlecture notedlecture
lecture on the Development of the theMind theMind theMind
Mind at his tent on Tuesday night nightThis nightThis nightThis
This was one of the best lectures lecturesever
ever delivered in Live Oak A large largecrowd largecrowd largecrowd
crowd attended and was held spell spellbound spellbound spellbound ¬
bound for one hour The lecture was wasfilled wasfilled wasfilled
filled with eloquence and andJood good moraladvice moral moraladvice
advice Rev White proved prov provhimself himself tobe to tobe tobe I
be a good impersonator impersonatorA
A very befitting befitting solo was sung by byMr byMr byMr 1
Mr C H Noble He has added tothe to tothe tothe
the service greatly by his beautifulsolos beautiful beautifulsobs beautifu1solos
solos
NATURE TfcLLS YOU YOUAs rorAs 1OtAs
As Many a Live Oak Reader Re del KnowTow Knows KnowsToo
Too Well WellWhen 1lellWhen VeilWhen
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When the kidneys are sick
Nature tells you all about itThe it itThe itThe
The urine is natures calendar calendarInfrequent calendarInfequent calendarInfrequent
Infrequent or too frequent action actionAny a actionAny tion tionAny
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney kidneyills
ills
Doans Kidney Pills cure all kidney kidneyills
ills illsLive I ILive ILive
Live Oak people testify to this thisE thisE
E S Tullock Howard street Live LiveOak LiveOak
Oak Fla says I first used Doans DoansKidney DoansKidney
Kidney Pills when living in GreenvilleTenn Greenville GreenvilleTenn
Tenn and at that time they cured me meof meof meof
of a severe case of kidney trouble I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was not bothered again until I came to toLive toLive toLive
Live Oak The drinking water here herehad herehad i ihad
had a bad effect on my kidneys and the thekidney thekidney thekidney
kidney secretions became very irregular irregularin
in passage I at once procured DoansKidney Doans DoansKidney i iI
I Kidney Pills from the Suwannee Drug DrugCo
Co and they corrected the difficulty difficultyI
I am glad to give Doans Kidney Pills Pillsmy Pillsmy Pillsmy
my endorsement endorsementFor t tFor
For sale by all dealers Price 50 50cents 50cents 50cents
cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo BuffaloNew Buffaloi
i New York sole agents for the United UnitedI nitedStates
I States StatesRemember StatesRemember StatesRemember
Remember the name Doans Doansand Doansandtake and andtake
take no other I 102tThe 102t 102tThe 12tThe
The contract for the erection of a aCatholic aCatoolic aCatholic
Catholic church in Fort Pierce has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been kt to a firm of contractors in that tbatI
city cityi
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PREPARING FOR THE REUNION REUNIONLive I ILive ILive
Live Oak Board of Trade Will Help HelpEntertain HelpEatena HelpEtertaia
Entertain li Confederate Veterans VeteransTuesday VeteraasTuesday VeteranTuesday
Tuesday night a call meeting of the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of Trade was held in the city cityhall cityball cityhall
hall The object of the meeting was wasto wasto wassto i
to appoint committees and look afterraising after afterraising afterraising
raising the necessary funds to prop properly ¬
erly entertain the Confederate Vet Veterans Veterans Veterans ¬
erans and visitors during the State re reunion reunion reunion ¬
union here on October 20th and 21st 21stThe 21stThe 21stThe
The attendance was not very large but butthe butthe butthe
the enthusiasm was there alright andit and andit andit
it only took a few minutes consultation consultationto consul tion tionto
to find that t t every dollar do ar necessary necess was wasforthcoming wasfortbcommg wasforthcoming
forthcoming and Commander Tison of ofWelborn ofWelbom ofWelborn
Welborn who was present was author authorized authorized ¬
ized to proceed to order and buy what whatever whatever ¬
ever was necessary as cash to pay all allills allbills allbills
bills > ills was w s at his command commandBefore commandBefore
Before adjournment the following
committees were appointed appointedTo
To Solicit FundsCol C A Hardee HardeeD
D 0 Henry and J W Blume BlumerogramW BlumeFrogramW BlumeProgramW
rogramW H Lyle and F R RtfcCormack RMcCormack RMcCormack
McCormack McCormackDecorationL McCormack1ecorationL tfcCormackDecoration
Decoration 1ecorationL L F < Harvard A H HLewin HLewin HLewin
Lewin and G PotsdamerReceptionCol Potsdamer PotsdamerReceptionCol PotsdamerReceptionCo
ReceptionCol F W Butler C W WRodgers WRodgers WRodgers
Rodgers and W L Redder RedderDWELLING TiedderDNELLI edder edderDVELIJING
DWELLING G BURNED BURNEDC
C Griffin Lost His Home and Contents ContentsBy
By Fire Wednesday Morning MorningFire
Fire on Wednesday morning at about
1230 destroyed the residence of C CGriffin CGriffin CGriffin
Griffin manager of the Western Union Uniontelegraph Uniontelegrarh Uniontelegraph
telegraph telegrarh office in this citytogether citytogetherwith city together togetherwith
with all al the contents contentsThe contentsThe contentsThe
The fire was not discovered until al almost almost almost
most the entire building was in flames flamesanditwas flamesand flamesand
anditwas and itwas with difficulty the familyescaped familyescaped
escaped They saved absolutely noth nothing nothing
ing of value valueMr valueMr valuerGriffins
Mr Griffins home was in the northernpart northernpart
part of the city out of reach of wateImains watemains
mains therefore it was impossible fmthe fothe
the fire company to be of aFsistance aFsistanceThe
The origin of tlje fire is unknown unknownLoss unknownLoss unknownLoss
Loss on dwelling and contents aboul
1800 with about 800 insurance
J L LEE LEEATTORNEYATLAW LEEAMORNEYATLAW LEEATTORNEYATLAW
ATTORNEYATLAW ATTORNEYATLAWLive
Live Oak Fla FlaWilt naWin Flawife
Wilt practice in all the courts cogrtsOdce courtsOffice COtIrtIOOiee
Office second door oor Parshley building
REPORT REPORTOF I IOFTIE fQ
OF OFTIE Q THE TH CONDITION OF TUEFIRST Til TilFIRST DEFIRST
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BANKAt
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At the Oak fo tbe SIB State C of Barak at atdole t the tfceESSOUBCES theclose
dole of huiBee Seyiem 1 11900 11900RESOURCES 19J8
RESOURCES ESSOUBCESLoass RJSOUICESLoa RESOURCESLou
Lou Loa aadDfeeowft aJIIIl Dieeounta1177310 Dieeounta1177310Ovmdrafts Di 10178 Tn K KOverdrafts HOnrdraftJ
Overdrafts seemed aad sasecared sasecaredUSBoad B16 IS ISU NU
USBoad U So Doads o de te8ecweckc to aecwe circ cicculatioa latk tioL 45M 5 5PreabuMoaU OS OSPre 8 8Prnl11IIMCIlU
PreabuMoaU Pre c U8bes S toads ie ds dssecstitiel SIB SIBBoad SN SNBonds
Bonds BoadOther securities fie etcBadag 2l1M 2l1MBA1rbttr N NOther
7 NM
BA1rbttr bt bouse e farait fVlime an4 6xture tures 7eM 7eMOtkerrealtate M
Other Otkerrealtate real estate owned 5979 541967 541967DmefresnNatieIBaaks 61 61DaefremNatieMlBaaks 67IefNm
DaefremNatieMlBaaks > IefNm NatieRal Buks nott notreserve not notreserve
reserve t SelVe assets 22 2224 46 63 63from
Doe from approved reserve reserveChecks reserveagents
agents 9158 915619 915619other IS 1 1Cbtcka
Checks and other cask US iteauu item 11K I1 N 67 67Notes IIN
Notes N cf other National Banks 409 4 i 00ai 00 00Fractional
F Fractional ctiouI akkeele paper currency carrescyalckete
alckete 1 ai okel and ate atecurrency ceta 129 9 9LAWPOL 9LAWJUL 99 99LAWFUL
LAWFUL MONEY BBSBSYB l I YE IN INBANK INBANK INSpeecie
BANK viz vizSpecie VI
Specie S 5067 5067Legaltender 7 58 5eLegaltender 58Legaltender
Legaltender notea uotee 4483 44300 00 li51G WSWW WSWWRedemption 5 5Redemption so soRedemption
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Treasurer 5 per coat ce tofcir tofcireuJatio of cir circulation eircalatiea ¬
culation 2125 2 > 00 00TotaI toTotaL X XTotal
Total 3K826 78 i 71 1
LIABILITIEScapital LIABILITIES LIABILITIESCapital UABILITIESCapital
Capital stock paid iR 5000000 5000000Sttrptas 50000 00 00St1rplus 00Stirrplua
Sttrptas fund 22500 00 00Undivided 00U 00Undivided
Undivided U profits pexpeusee tees expenses aad aadtaxes d dtaxeN
taxes paSi Daaik 7867 70ihtioiia1 46 46National 46National
National Bask B sofas aptee BOte eatstaadlns 4250000 4250000Individual 42 48000 OO OOIBdividual OQ
Individual deposits d ts SUBject to tocheck tocbeclc
check M 144300 1 1490490 1490490Certified < < 300 90 90Certified 90CertIfted
Certified cheekCashieracucksautstasdiagf96 checks 8049 8049Cashiers 80 40 40Cashieta
Cashiers Cashieracucksautstasdiagf96 Cashieracucksautstasdiagf96Bonds checks eMcksootstudi oatetaBdiag > > g 57795 57795Bond rm 99 99Bo
Bond Bo ds Borrowed 30000 00Bills 00 00B813 00BOIs
BOIs payable faotediiigcertificates inck dhEg eewicatea ce of f
deposit for f < < mosey mo ey borrowed 10000 00 00Total 00TotaL 00TOtal
Total 307826 S2G 71 71STATE 71STATE TlCover
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STATE OF FLORIDA I ICOUNTY
COUNTY OF SUWANNEE f fI fI fI SB
I S a B Conner Cashier of the abovenamed
bask do eo solemnly o nnty swear that the above statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief beliefS beliefSB
SB S B CONNER CashierCerrectAttest Cashier CashierCerrectAttert CashierCerrectAtteet
CerrectAttert CARY A HARDEE HARDEES
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Directors DirectorsSubscribed DirectonSubscribed DirectorsSubscribed
Subscribed and aware SW < < R to before me this 9th day dayof dayof dayof
of Septemberl S9ptem 19 19SEAL 1901 1901SEAL 19wsm
SEAL KARL BARDIN BARDINNotary BARDINNotary BARDINNotary
Notary Public
Notary Pubic State of Florida My commie commission commiesion commieeskin ¬
sion expires February 121912 l2 1912 1912A 1912A
A Pleasant Time TimeLast TimeLast
Last Friday evening September 3rdMiss 3rd 3rdMiss SraMiss
Miss Fannie McClellan of Welbornentertained Welborn Welbornentertained Welbornentertained
entertained about fifty of her friends friendsin
in honor of her brother rapt apt Frank FrankMeClellan FrankMcClellan FrankMcClellan
McClellan of Miami and Miss Mary MaryBothwell MaryBothwell MaryBothwell
Bothwell of Live Oak The evening eveningwas
was enjoyed by all present Delicious Deliciousrefreshments Deliciousrefreshrrients Deliciousrefreshments
refreshments of lemonade and ice icecream icecream icecream
cream were served s rved during the evening
There was music and games until a
late hour when all left hoping Miss MissFannie MissFannie MissFannie
Fannie would invite us all back againsoon again againsoon againsoon
soon ONE THAT WAS THERE
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