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OL VTII-NO. 15
VTII-NO. 15
MADISON, FLA.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1908.
$1 A VfcJR
A Democratic Rally.
WnstiinKtor. Dec. 8, To consider
,ni tor insuring party auCCcis in
j2 prominent Democrat from
... gut' r gathering In Wasb-
iton to-dsy to taite pan in a aes.
?a gf tbe National Democratic
Cbirn William & Liller d
jire that a meeting hss not been
jlled In tbe interest of Bryan or
y oilier possible candidate. lie
In'.ined tbat it is tbe purpose of
l8 Jengue to maintain intact tbe
viniiation now existing and to
Wthcn the league ao as to elimi
,tetb woik of reorganitation at
'ie bcglning of each campaign.
The Democratic party, wLih
-.sppohited over the result of tbe
ctioti. lift' much causo for ela-
in,"8ali Col. Liller. "The party
Mw united njjro thoroughly than
t any tiuio siuce 1892. Its ricent
fot has not dampened the entliu.
,a cf its " mherit, but awakened
i,tb to the n ce.bity of proper or-
Inus'.iOQ and a ritnr'n to tiuo aud
ndiincutal Democratic principles.
c oruanizatiori of clubs will be I
- - - cr t - i
Uied everywhere from now tn."
Leading Democratic clubs all over
e country have sent representatives
liberally. The sessions will occupy
morrow and Thursday.
Chief Harris of tbe Tampa Ore de
partment has compiled figures for
the Southeastern Tariff Association
whiob shows that Tampa's fire losses
during the last ten years' have aggre
gated 11,383,297.71. '
Th Florida Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
meets In Miami December 16, and
will be presided over by Bishop
Chas. B. Galloway, one of the
grandest men in tbe South.
Last Sunday's Daily Tampa Tri
bune was huge. The write.up of
PoU county alone embraced 2" pages
and was splendid.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
1387 acres (cultivated and wood
land) near Madison, Fla,, known as
the "Waddy Thompson plantation,"
Possession .lanur.r.y 1st. 100.1. En
quire of I'. .1. Wiurox.
13 Uroidwav, .
9-3-08 . .,y Voik City.
NOTICE.
All poison are tn)y forbi Id n
to bunt, fhh cr. In anywise trespass
upon my !ands, enclosed or unen
closed. Trespassers will be prosecu
ted to tlie lull extent of the law.
T. F. CALHOUN.
COMING
FRIDAY, DEC. 11
One .Wight Only
THE GREATEST BORDER DRAMA IN YEARS
Dead wood Dick,
-sm or
The Scout of Ft. Meade
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RUN -OVER LOC4LS
The Weather.
for tlie week ending Sundy, Deo. 6.
TKMPRRATL'BC
Mean inexiunum 73
Meaa minimum, 63
Highest, 1'bursday 83
Lowest, Sunday 48
RAIMFALI :
None.
Mitt Clara Cogglni returned Monday
from a delightful visit of several days
to Miss SA. Randoll at Sampala.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Tjornton and
their little daughter, Gladys, spent
Sunday in Lake City. The lodge o'
Elks in tbat city held their annual
Lodge of Sorrow on Sunday at which
Mr. 'J'borntoo, as Exalted Ruler, presi
ded. Little Gladys bad a place on tl e
program reciting "Rock of Ages." Mr.
Thornton also rendered a baritone solo.
. Wood's Liver Medicine in liquid form
for injuria, chills and fever, retfulnlet
tbe liver, kidneys and bladder, brings
quick relief to biliousness, sickliendiirhe,
constipntiou. Pieafant to tke. Tk
21 .00 bottle contains 2i times qiiatitily
of Ibe 'Oj !.. First d se brings relief,
iold by fi. K. M-e-.-ley.
REPORT CF THE CONDITION
FIRST mmll BANK,
AT MADISON , Ff.A.
to llu "5i.it.; "I I liriJa. ttl ih" Clo l Buii l ,
Nov. 27lh, IWiS.
REPORT TO TUB COMPTROLLER Cf
TUB CURRENCY.
It I NO I Kt'F.H.
I- .ip "ri-l .liro'u ,,.
0 ctilr.ifl", kci un-d .utu iitiM-'.'urrd . ,
l N. ttf'ul- lo s.;rf.rt:iriuhitKm,,,
Pri' iiiiuins on L. N. homl
Uoiul, sf'.urnitfs 'lc.. anil premium.. . fct.:W.S.(W
Kur ml urr.u tin livlun- tt.Z47.4S
Dnt iriirii N.itl'Mial Hanks ut rciNe
aji.i.1-) T.iu.ia
Dili; frunl ilMirtiviil rcsrrve '
mm
Cfifi k .nj ollitrr ta!)i it.mf. ry6.,tt
'Nute 'f otlur Natiunal Hunks.. lft' .'O
r m Clonal paper curttni:), nuk
civ and reins 137.S4
iiw i si moiuy rvrrc in kutl, is
Su;iii',.c 7 Rk0
l;ai timlirl notv JC.tsO.UU
Kcilcmption fund withU .S.Trr-
rer 16 pr crnt. ol circulation) 8,760.00
4O.120.J3
Total ada.(n.4
I.IAB1LIT1KT.
Capital stoik paid in .... 75.Xi0
Surplus Jui.il r 16,01 00
Undividtfil protiu. less exprnbes and '
t nail IS 2.7K
National Hank Notes outstanding. ... 7fi,ssl,OU
Dividends unpaid
Individual depsita subject
to check.... tl62.2T7.12
Time certitic.itt-n ol deiiosit. Ufll.00
Cashier's clieiks ouwlapd-
in, lH?,fttl.70
BitU ;:iyal'lr, including certiniates
ol dcpoiit fur money tHjrroivtd.... IK, 600.00
To-al $;VW,u:i),4V
STATt OK KI.OniDA,
C'ourtv of M-idlM'ii, .
I, J. W. WAD.-WUKlll, C'avluer ol the above
nunii'd hank, do M-.li rimlv SMtar thru the aoove
s'atrinrnt ii. trat to the lx--t of inv k.iow ltiii.'e ami
btlirf. J. W. VAl? UlM M, t .i-luir.
Snh.rrihrd anl sworn to bef ire Mir tlii?- t!i "lT
ol Uetcai'.wr, !!(.
JSeal ' A. I.. VANV, Notary I' .l.lic.
C'iKfivrT Attest :.
wAi.ri.il ni"N fisii.
1). 1...-.VI I H.- ;
.L. A. r a.W.KItiM.
. llueclois.
Proceedings Coonty Commissioners
Madison, Fla., Dry. T'DH.
Tbe Board of County (. oininis
sioners met this day in irtmlm-'MH
ion, all embers pit-gcit Jlnnid
was called to or1er by the cluurunin
and minutes of last meeting weie
read and approved.
On motion Lucy Ilnynes, auix-r,
was raiard from 11.50 to 2.00 per
month.
The following bills were ordrrtd
paid, to-wit i
C W Sinclair, himbcr 1 10 W
T Z Martin, on auditing llOOu
R P Henry, lumber 42 rt.'
V W Goodman, j pcOst
Constable cost
V H Dial.naili for bridge
VTKat rent of election bomb
Electric Power Co lights cKdf jail
M Bunting repairs at jail
A D Stanton feed of prif oners
deputy sheriffs election
' cum on line- collected
cost lil To Jt ulifc; court
Cnjuilge biil:. aujin.v d
Witness Co judge co'irt
IvtOjo Ashley . e ir, j p.f .
(J W r.,y,le lli liher Or Olj
O C l and bridue work 1 !7 16
C II M.iddoj wrrk Iw.t '- 111 .".: !. 0
T .1 Shaiv wura on II n I't rrv, i'i,i:
l) K Iaii vvurk ri Moil .:..! Mire '-' 'i
J W M (ioodman w.rk (,n II., kv Cre. . ... J I !
1 ? Ii ;w insp liridff w oik " , I . '.V
! i A Williams tir: i'ond !
Town .1 Mailisun 1 i l A H t i.vn :.v. . .In :j
T W D.ilc Ccirl on di i v
"E. J. Vunn, niuniigir.g tnisvi: C.
Madlsi'l) Count) HoikIs cttine lie.'n.i
ibe lJoiini an l stall tl t! tit l e li. d oi'
III n 1 oUlIiCKl.t funds to trikf (;p ' In
one bundled dollar bond, a nl lie
commend d that the l;0"rd draw o.n
I iVl
41V
i iji
12 V,
7 5;
S?i
15 im
Ji !''
7 "1
5 if
r.i
J214.1MHU
.. 78iiMi'i!liond ot tljat amount, wheieuptAi.
s.a si
Hond No. 13 forlUO.OO wks i.
CAlled in fur p iyuivnt.
Bond of County olliccra wtrc :.
proved as follows: j
A. D. Stanton, sheriff, .),000 0U
H. rutiersiii, Tax As-
ecsaor, 1,000. oC
S. J. Ellison, Tax Col
lector 44,000.00
W. II. Cowart Justice
Peace 500.00
W.D.Wriltlii,Jtice Peace 600.00
T. W. Dale, Co. Treas., 24,000 CO
J. P. MaiRa, Co. Jndye 2,000.00'
T. Z. MarUli, Clerk Cii;utt
Court 2,000. tO
G. 15. Haven. Jus. Peace, 500 00
I. K. Baldiee, Consuble, 5lO.0U
W. II Phillips " vHiO.Oo
J. 1, Martin, County Jud, pie
so n Lei I Tepftit of occupation license
Usuvil for mouth of Nov. which
slmvvs am. unit collected fT St;tc,
240.."0; for comity, 12.' "2; ami
same was ordtfiuil file I.
Tax CoUcctnr prfstntctl icport '
t.iX'S cnlle-oied ilurini' tiiy inoiKh of
November ng follows:
t.enet.ll Ki-ven"ue. . .
s. hiwl
Koadv mill Unlives. . .
l-"ine :ird Korf, Iture . . .
i'ouiity Bonjii
Toll. ;. ...
JS37
anuo
Total Oils. linn. ' t IM
which was receive I mil Ordered
filed. ,
T. W. Dale, county treasurer,
prcsenltd bis books aud accounts and
made ertilenient with Hie county for
the month of Nov. Same wm
checked up and found correct with
the follow ir.ii bni tnces to ci edit of
lie dinYion' funds, to-wit:
General Revcnu' f5. l-'tt. Ul
Fine and Forfeiture i.V.Tl
Knads ard lirii'is f.03.4S
Total C:ill in Treasury .....i.S S J.5
v4'hicb was orib red rcporttd to the
"vtaie Auditor.
The clerk was ins'ructel to ad
vertise fur scah:d bids fcr county
Couvic's tv be received up to Dec.
31 nex!-
Tliere b- i:i li" further bushiest
0 lit-s l i i r. IkiuM mil Jiirnen unin
tli' M nd-.y in J:
V . '.. M nri, Cl rk
PEF0HT OP THE CONDITIOR "
OF TIiK
Citizens Bank of Madison.
MADISON. FLORIDA.
AT THE CLOSe OP BUSINESS, NO
VEMBER S7tm. 1903.
RESOURCES
L'H.na an i" Dis its. 8.00
Klin. It it re & Fixtures 4.7sf(3
Dvurtli ifU 201111
i'-hni hiind Htid durj fnnn
HhiiKs .-lOliOOi;-
13.S34 If
A Thrilling Story of Western Life
30 PEOPLE 30
Concert Band and Orchestra.
Traveling in our own private Car.
Everything new, clean, moral and
!P-to-date.
I Under a mammoth water-proof pavillion, with seats for
pOOO, including 200 folding chairs.
DON'T FOROET the DATE
One ISTiglit Only.
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ENDORSED ON THE BACK
with your name, checks paid to you can be deposited and
' immediately credited to your account as money, inai it, u .
It you have a r
i 7 BANK ACCOUNT
If you have not, you must hustle around and get the
V, .nun t"mm u-imo fripnd wTlfi lifls: and he mav not be always
taOU IV"1 fwaw j w -
2 able or willing to oblige. Why not have a Bank Account of
4 your own? Start one m Tilt; iK5i xnaiiwimai-. nnnu, ,
? - - . . . ot. :1 Tkn o,4 i
$ and be independent, ine process is very siiupic. u
vantages are many
1
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
X
I
X - ". X JmM' s i.
Tot.il
LIABILITIES
Cilpitlll SkicU pi-Ill III r'.0 f,ri 0(
-i)i lns Vun 1 S Of.0 (W
UinlrVlwirniilie (N'el) ... r2,337.7f
CVrtil Clieeka.. Ifll.TO
Od-hicr'a riit i k. . 94 00
Time Crtillciites uf
Oe"ui!-lt 7'iG 25
IndivduiilUe oil8 lCC.imi.09 109,14ft HI
KILLS PAYABLE NONE
Total ,.2.13,531.10
STMKOK l-'.OUIL).,
C uiiiy if Mrtiiisor
1. L. M-.r.-rrw. C...ii-r' of the'
above num-il Hunk, ki r sulnmuly nwt-ar
UiHt Ih al) 'V- BiiiWinrtiit U true to tli
lii-stof my knjwl dre mul Uliaf.
C. L. MOUKOrt',
, I'uslii-r.
Siilw.-rilxvl ntw? sworn to li-fore nifi
tli a Ii ii.iv i( L cimbfi l'.l.ix
A. I j. VANS',
(SKAI.i N.llHIV 1'jlillf.
Corr.-i-i At'p.!.
K C. HssiLL,
It V . .In ii.. - ltir .vU.rf.
.1. W. llu K, )
3NTotice.
COLD STORAGE
NOW READY.
The Only Way to Cure Turk.
Firwt. salt pork wiHi plain salt
by rijliJiin on and sprealinprout,
say 12 hours, then apply to hams
and shoulders as follows: Salt 10
lbs. , brown sugar 2 lbs., salt
petre 2 ounces, red pepper 1 ounce
to 100 Jbs. of pork; rub and
apply freely. Sides resalt. - If
killing is done while weather is
cool, say frosty, .meat may not
be stored for four to fivodays
after butchering, but' if wtrm it
should be stored within 12 hours.
Do not cut off chm bone, . as this
ruins the ham, and in storage
they cure as well with; chin
left on.
Time tobe stored: Thirty days
is sufficient When taken from
storage wash in warm water,
wipe dry, sew up in canvas or
homespun hang up jnd smoke
every third day for two weeks.
Use green . hickory wood for
smoking. ' .
Salt .furnished at a reasona' "
price.
Madison Electric Pov'

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