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Suwannee Democrat. (Live Oak, Fla.) 1897-current, September 10, 1909, Part Two, Image 12

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I GREA GREATEST rEST COLLECTION OF GENUINE BARGAINS ever brought to Live Oak OakBe OakFrom
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Master Jno Hildreth is in Jackson Jacksonvjjb Jacksonv Jacksonthis
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Judge Carter C er has a smile this week weekthat weekthat weekthat
that wont come off He is expecting expectingthe
the madam and boy home today todayDr
Dr Efird is expecting Mrs Efird and andlittle andI andlittle
I little son home today from their summers sum summers summers ¬
mers outing in North Carolina CarolinaCol CarolinaCot CarolinaCol
Col F W Butler returned Tuesday Tuesdayfrom Tuesdayfrom Tuesdayfrom
from a few days visit with his parents parentsat
at his old home near Eustis in Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county countyMr countyMr
Mr and Mrs W H Dowling of ofStarke ofStarke ofStarke
Starke were in Live Oak Sunday yis visiting yisiting yisicing ¬
iting Mr Dowlings parents Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Thos Dowling DowlingFresh DowlingFresh j
Fresh line National Biscuit Company
3 Crackers at S P Mars MarsTeachers MavsTeacbers MaysTeachers
Teachers State uniform examination examinationis n
is being held at the high school build building buikliug buildt ¬
t ing this week we k There are quite a num number number numher ¬
ber of applicants for teachers certificatee certifi certificates certificates ¬
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Excursions will run to Live Oak over overthe overthe ovethe r
the L 0 P G and Florida Fk > rida railroad railroadSeptember railroodSeptember i ilroa ilroaSeptember d
September 20th on account acco account t of the game gameof gameof gamof e
of ball here on that date between th thChickasaw the theChickasaw theC e
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C Chickasaw Indian team and the local localteam localteam 1 1s Dea l
s team teamDuring teamDuring teamDuring
During an electrical storm here Su Suday Sun Sunday Sunday n ¬
day afternoon a valuable horse belong belonging ooJonging bek beking ¬
ing to Rev A J York tied to the thehifching thehifching t
hifching post in front of Dr Browns Brownsresidence Brownsresidence Brownresidence S
residence was struck by lightning Ii and andinstantly andinstaItly a ainstantly
instantly killedHave killed killedHave killedHave
Have your picturesframed pictures framed at Cooks Cooksand Cookand s
1 and you will be pleased pleasedJoe
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Joe RubensteIn of the firm of Tur Turner Turner T Tner ur ¬
ner Rubenstein merchants of Inver Inverness Inverness Inveness r ¬
ness was in the city the first of the theweek theweek ti tiweek e
week We understand they intend intendclosing intendclosing int intdosing end
closing out their business at Invern Invernand Inverness Invernessand ties I Iand
and it is likely they will open up again againsomewhere againsomewhere a ax
x somewhere in this section of Florida FloridaThos Fk > rida ridarhos
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Thos Mitchell of Marietta Ga GaWoodman G GWoodman L
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Woodman of the World organizerGeorgia organizer for forGeorgia forGeorgia
Georgia and Florida made his hisvisit first firstvisit firstvisit
visit to Live Uak Tuesday and was pres present present pr prant es ¬
ent at the meeting of the Woodmen WoodmenTuesday WoodmenTuesday WoodmTuesday en
Tuesday night The Woodmen of ofWorld the theWorld thec
c World are quite qt1itestrong strong here and there therewas therewas the theg re
g was a fairly good attendance out outreetorganizer to togreetQrganizer tQgree
greetQrganizer gree Q er MitchellH Mitchell Mi ll llJ
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The Board of Public Instruction Ii truction met metin metin metin
in regular session Monday MondayThe MondayThe
The Chickasaw Indian base ballteam ball ballteam baUteam
team will play thethe the the Live Oak team teamon
on the local diamond September 20th 20tht
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A fine line of perfumes toilet waters watersface vatersface watersface
face and talcum powders at Cooks Cookss CooksMrs CooksMrs
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Mrs McCollum of Tampa who is isspending isspending isspending
spending the summer hummer at Suwannee SuwanneeSprings SuwanneeSprings SuwanneeSprings
Springs was in Live Oak Saturday Saturdaythe
the guest of her friend Mrs C J Mc McGhee McGhee McGhee
GheeJno Ghee GheeJno GheeJno
Jno Crandal the popular night clerk clerkat
at the Suwannee Hotel went over t tPerry to toPerry toPerry
Perry Saturday and played with the thePerry thePerry th thPerry
Perry team in the game of bill baAPPrr baAPPrrvs Parry Parryvs y
vs Chickasaw Indians The score was was4to4 ys s
4 4to4 4to4Major to 4 4Major
Major Geo E Porter has gone t tew to toNew toNew °
New N ew York and Philadelphia on a canbind com combined combined ¬
bined business and pleasure trip H Hleft He Heleft HeJ e
left Jacksonville J Saturday over the theClyde theClyde th thClyde e ee
Clyde line for New York and expects expectsto s
to be absent several weeks weeksBiggest weeksBiggest eeks eeksBiggest
Biggest line of writing tablets and andbox andbox a abox
box paper in town at Cooks CooksMeedames CooksMe6dlunes CooksMesdames
Mesdames Pike Maddox and Lyman LymanHelvenston LymanHelvenston
Helvenston two of Lake Citys most mostcharming Jn06tcharming mos
charming young matrons came over overlast overlast r
last Saturday and spent the day with itn itn7Irs h
jlrs Irs Helvenstons sister Mrs J H HBraswell HBraswell
Braswell BraswellHon BraswellHon BraswellHon
Hon W V A Tiaon of Welborn com commander eommander ¬
mander of the Suwannee County Cam Camof Camp Campof
of Confederate veterans vetera veterxu l was in incity the thecity thecity
city Monday and Tuesday arranging arrangingmatters arlaagingmatters arranginmatters
matters for the State reunion reun Oft of t the theConfederate theConfederate e eConfederate
Confederate veterans to be held heldthis in inthis inthis
this city October 20 and 21 21Mrs 21Mrs l
Mrs D 0 Henr Henry has had as asguest her herguest herguest
guest for the past six weeks Miss Julia JuKaHedges JuliaHedges Jul
Hedges of New Orleans Miss Hed Hedges Hedges ¬
ges is an oldtime friend of Mrs MrsHenrys MrsHenrys
Henrys family and is the daughter of ofthe ofthe
the Rev Southwood Hedges of New NewOrleans NewOrleans lrT
Orleans Miss Hedges left for her herhome herbome 1er
home Saturday SaturdayDr
Dr A D Puterbaugh Masonic Masonictrio dis district district ¬
trict Grand Master was in the city eityMonday ci
Monday night and visited the Masonic Masoniclodge Wa1ee Ma flc
lodge e of this city There were degrees degreesto rlegr e
to confer and Dr
Puterbaugh had a agood agood
good opportunity to to observe the work workof x ork orkof
of the lodge and to lend his ft 5 assists assistance assistanceand race
and offer instructions inst tions His H visit was wasgreatly wasgreatly
greatly enjoyed by the members oflodge of the thelodge thelodge
lodge
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Mrs T S Baisden left Wednesday Wednesdayfor
for Santa Fe to visit her daughter daughterMrs
Mrs W R McGregor McGregorMrs
Mrs W V H Randolph of Tallahas Tallahassee ¬
see is in our our city the guest of her
daughter Mrs Dozier DozierM
M A Adams one of the leading citi citizens citizens ¬
zens and merchants of Day was a prom proment ¬
inent in ent visitor here Tuesday TuesdayMiss TutWlayMiss
Miss Hathy Barton who has beenwith been beenwith beenwith
with her grandmother Mrs Hayes at a t
Greenville for several months came e
home Tuesday TuesdayJ
J Kalil proprietor of the Live Oak OakDepartment OakDepartment Oa OaDepartment k
Department Store made a business businesstrip businesstrip basin
trip to Jacksonville the first of ofweek the theweek theweek
week returning Wednesday evening eveningMrs
Mrs E P Mills of Lakeland and andMiss andMiss a aMiss
Miss Rosa Mills of Rogsburg were werethe in inthe inthe to
the city Tuesday the guest of Mrs PE P PE PE
E ONeal ONealClyde ONealClyde ONealClyde
Clyde Byrd one of Live Oaks bright brightest br ht htest ¬
est and best boys will leave Sunday Sunda y
for Atlanta Ga to again enter enterGeorgia the theGeorgia theGeorgia
Georgia Technology College This TheClydes is isClydes isClydes
Clydes third term at this great college collegeAvoid eoUegeAvoid collegeAvoid
Avoid the tl > e rush and have your yourdrese yourdresemade dresses dressesmade dres s S Smade
made now Taylormade suits Tub TubFrocks TubFrocks Tu
Frocks Elaborate gowns OM and dainty dealt y
blouses Only firstclass aifhgrade aifhgradeworfc
worfc or ork solicited Mrs Ray Dress Dressmaker Dressmaker Dr Draker ties ¬
maker m 122 Piedmont Ave AveMiss AveMiss
Miss Douglas who 110 has charge of the themillinery themillinery th e
millinery department of the Ladies LadiesEmporium LadiesEmporium
Emporium returned to the city cityfrom Sunday
from Atlanta She was accompanied accompaniedby accompa accompaby iced
by her little neice and nephew Katie Katieand Katieand Ka Kaand
and Douglas Calhoun of Atlanta w wwill who whowill whowill ho
will be the guests of Miss Douglas and a d
her sister Mrs rs Pichard for several sever al
days daysIt
It is i reported that Maj Porter Porterroute en enroute enrwte
route from Jacksonville to New York Yorkon Yo k kon
on a Clyde line steamer lost his pock pocketbook poeketbook podetbook k ¬
etbook in Charleston S C on Mon Monday fonday f ¬
day where he stepped off the steamer steamerto stea steato mer
to mail a letter At the postoffice he betook hetook
took out his pocketbook and after afteropening Ifteropening aft aftopening er
opening it to get some stamps placed placedon it iton iton
on a writing table leaving the building buildingwithout bu buwithout buildii buildiiwithout
without picking it up Upon U poll return returning ii iito
to the boat he missed it it He returned returnedimmediately returnedimmediately retn retnimmediately reed
immediately to the postofike only to tofind tofind
find it had disappeared The book con contained eonaiDed ¬
aiDed 80 in bills and a certified check checkfor cheekfor the ck
for X10470 10075 The Major had change changeenough elm n8e i ienough
enough left for incidental eXpen expenses expensesand I Iand
and upon reaching re reacbis > New York be will willnave willi williAae
nave no trouble m > a getting whatever whatevermoney rrhate rrhatemoney Miefermooey ver
money he needs Deedsc
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Miss Sallie Porter returned yesterday j
from Dowling Park where she had beenvisitingbliss been i ivisiting IvisitingMiss
visiting visitingMiss Miss Florence Willard VilIardCapt j j jw
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rCapt Capt W J Hillman and 3Ed Ed Porterwere Porter Porterwere Porterwere
were among the prominent p iTnent Live Oak Oa i
i I visitors in Jacksonville this week weekThe
j t The Board of County Commissioners rs i
were in session Tuesday and
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day da y They had a j I
session very busy two days dajsn dajsDr
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Dr Anderson and Col J E Wood t
attended the Woodmen picnic at Ma MaJi Ji
son on Thursday of last week They
report having had a fine time timeMiss timeI
I Miss Carmita Grubb returned the
first of the week from a few days de ¬
lightful visit with the Misses
Hamp ¬
tons at Hampton Springs SpringsMiss SpringsMiss Springsboss
Miss Lena Lewin will leave Saturday
for Newark N J where she will
spend the winter with relatives and
friends friendsWanted friendsWantedImprooo friendsWantedImproved
WantedImprooo Wanted Improved farm in A Suwan Suwannee ¬
nee county Price and title must be beright beright beright
right Apply to Union Investment t
Co Live Oak FlaThe Fla FlaThe FlaThe
The Earnest Workers held another r
very pleasant meeting Tuesday after
noon with Mrs E P Groover Mrs
C T McDaniel i is to be hostess
next nex t
Tuesday TuesdayDr
Dr Tribble president of Columbia
College of Lake City filial the pulpit
at the Baptist church in this city Sun In
dap morning and evening and preached preac hed
two t able I
wo and eloquent
sermons sermonsThere I IThere
There was only one bid received b by
the Board of County Commissioners
at a
their meeting on Tuesday Tn y for the
county coupon warrants advertised to
be sold on that day under sealed bids
to the highest and best bidder This
bid was from the Citizens Bank of o f
this city and there
being but the on one
bidder the County Commissioners s
deemed it best to readvertise and Mr M
J B Barton president of the Citizens
Bank was allowed to withdraw his bid b
It does seem that so good an invest ¬
ment as county bonds or coupon COu
warrants bearing G per cent inter ¬
est ought to be
attractive en
enough ugh to
bring out bids from more than one of o
the financial institutions
of this county countyMETHODIST eounty1ETHODIST count y
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Rev R V AUciSBOB Pastor PastorServices PaltorSeniees
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Sunday See afeo that your QUr children childrenare chiklr ea
are in the Sunday school Visitors V Visitorsstrangers 5itors and andstrangers udstrangers
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