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s 31, rili-iso. ao MADISON, FLA.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. 1909. 31 A ZEIS. ,,ines County Commissioners. Madison, Flo., Jan. 4,lt09. ve Board of County Coinmis rcet tins day. for the purpose inwiog tlie jury for 1909, and .,ns:ictony other business prop. . paling before them. 'i members present. Board filled to order by the chairman Joinutes of last meeting were and approved. f.e pa''llC1' 'lst was esamined,and I the exception of raising S. T. Lllougb from $3.00 to 5.W per jb, the list was continued as it ill. il.nn colcptprl from the Iiecris. AM) O.w ,tB Books the following named i,Ds lo serve as Jurors for the ,jli)09 to-wit: (names omitted.) frit (or tbe hire of the County JicU for tbe year 1909 on motion , opened, and the following were tiii received! and amounts sta. . ! u follows. Jily Bros. 115.35 iper capita jteyetr 1909. ikwIiBg Park Naval "Stores Co. S.I'M. i L Bridges Co. 20.25 per 1909 together -with a run-Lrs for the year 1909 to. motion, deaf and dumb Simon was put on pauper list at 62.00 t.er month from date as was also IV.er Irvine at 2.00 per month from date. Petition to put Elizabeth Cone on pauper list on motion was laid over until next meeting. Petition to make change in llell ville public road near tlie town cf Madison, was laid over uiuler the lules until next meeting of Board. The following bills were a ed and paid to-wit; M A Williams, soan tor jail hv -lit-riff C E Da,-ii salary for l&ONa. rounlv A'tv i;iM)n on col luxes H's .J.jry of inquest in Hrnoke I,.-,, c.ie County Judtfe holdintz imuvt t.Ver F I. Sheriff lioldintr inquest over Frank Si.eriff feed hill for mrnlll of I)t.ei;tlitr Sheriff wood for jail a-id com. on finis .l Coulilv Ju.liit cost in KoJiters est Sheriff " First National Bank "Road Engine nol and interest U0S7 J. P, Martin, County Judge, pre sented report of occupation license issued for month of Dec. which shows amount collected for State, &8.00; for ounty, $2? '00; and same was ordered Sled. Tbe following named persons were appointed Road Commiss-iou- the I prov 1UI 141 !ihi id ao S7(i 740 o 1 U) HI 75 W wu: t bid or proposal M pay fl 00 4 per month for eaid convicts , if oy competitors tid. E. McLln. Secretary of the T. : liridjjes Co. being present, wasi nested to retire from the room Jetbe bii were b;og consider-' ';,flr which Com. Hye moved' tbe bid of T. E. Bridges Co. 122.25 per capUa be accepted, said C'ouipany be awarded tlie Ivictsof Malison ounty for tlie 1999, motion duly seconded carried, and contract for Madi- iCountv's convict for 1909 wa . tided tlie T. K. Bridges Co. for bid price aforesaid, the following bills were ordered ,ii, to-witi bt-Titto-Recoruer stationery S 2Hrt M-onEWtric Power CoJlgliH ch A- j Sifc 'W Rudtll work on San Pedio cau, eway 183 '.& "fciwutt) bridge work SOti jeflcoat work on caui-ewaar ll!0o$ I '. Bishop " 101 I bthop insp bridge work 18 U . v Sinclair lumber on road 4 2V r, Mirtin Clerk bal on audiUR4T!Ktgc etc 131 SIS i-ti Dixon burv ing pauer 3 (W ilnjelnsp bridires AUmhu ork on road 2 l Ihle K. c ar.d Vn Co fundt 17 W On motion T. V. Dale Co. Treos. s orderpil to transfer 11500.00 'hi tbe Fine it Forfeiture fund to 'i Road 4: Bridges fund. 11 Eoad Commissioners for the r 190$ were ordered paid up in '-!' J". W. Dale, County Treasurer, Mtnt Jor and bis Books were ex jaed and checked up by the Board found correct, showing a credit I'M different funds as follows. deoeral Revenu' ,1.5 r'M and Rorltiture 8,002.50 lndt md bridgea .67 ! Total cash in Treaaurv S 8,1L;2 There iieing no further business 4 Boai i "Was ordered paid up in ) od adjourned sine die. ! T.Z. Maetin, Clerk. ' Madison, Fla., Jany. 6, 19C9. The members of tbe oew Board of -nty Cnrcmissioners met this dy. J. K. Willlsmfl, Blakeley ;kod,N. W. CampbeU, J. P. )lor tod L. E. Moore, organized T electing I,. E, Moore Chairman 'ttiserang Urm. hereupon Chairman Moore took 'tcUirand called the Board to "4 the following proceedings - Utt ueetinar of the old Board f rtsd. Haven justice of the peace was x- appointed him subject to your tended over districts No. Hand 12, poval there being no justice in either of those districts. ' M. II Hurst on motion was al lowed j 1.1.00 for temxirary relief. W, II. Tedder, Supervisor cf Registration salary for 1909 wos llxed at $ 175,'JO. T. 7.. Martin as clerk and county auditor was allowed 4'COO.OO for the year 1909. There being no further business on motion Hoard adjourned unt,il their next regular meeting. T. V. Martiv, Clerk. Very respectfully submitted. K. 11. RCAVK, Mayor. RUN-OVER LOOALS ! The Weather. For ilie wpok ending SuikI")-, Jan. ICt On motio'i the action of the May. , District U W. T. Holt, J. !Plant and C. F. Martin. Districts. II. A. Wood. LF. J Surles and M. C. Dre, ijr. Districts. W. J. Palmer, H. S Moody and Laney. Districts. W. I.. Hen'krson, S. M. Maddox and Joh PickJi-s. District-. J. D. Sullivan, J. D. McCul.'ougu and W. N.Webb. Mrs. tV . L. Parramore and Mrs. P. S. Cogens, as a committee of the ElizHbetl) Harris Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy came before the Loard and stated that they were about ready to erect a .Monu ment to the Confederate Soldiers in Madison and asked the Board to enclose the .public square in -front of the Merchants Hotel with a neat substantial iron fence like the one around the court" Louse square and give them the privilege of ert-cting the said Monument on the grounds within the aid enclosure end to convert said public square into a .public park. Thu ladksof tbe town Obligating on their put. after the grounds ate enclosed and the Monu ment erected,to beautify the grounds with lawns and shrubbery, aud later on to put in a fountain and wment pooL The Board took said proposition under advisement and instructed the Clerk to write to the different agents of iron park and lawn fences, to submit prices of fencing and bids to put a fence around said square at their next regular meeting in Feb ruary. Unon motion It was ordersd that the Clerk get someone to bring the road eneine and machinery from GreenTille and put iu tbe County barn. T. W. Dale, county treasurer notified the Board that there was not ..,ffir.ibnt fnnda In tbe Road A Bridge and Fine 4 Forfeitur! funds to pay thm nil tstandinflr obligations of tbe old Board and bare sufficient funds on hand to meet present bills. It thereupon ordered that said Treasurer Dale borrow from lbs General Rerenue fund a remcieni sum to supplement Road Bridge Fund to pT off U uUtndln obligations and bills current. .v..i Tri f W. M. Urooaman ior v ya vue - Wester Com. the minutes Justice of the Peace district No. 4 .i I . r,n annrOTAa. isno 00 on motion appro-yed v. . - s Bond of J. F. Bouthau, consianie Par,. , lt.frir.t No. 5 for 1500.00 approyed 'Pw conild.no. theiwtpoJ On motion lurlsdictlo. of G. B. Proceedings Town Council Madison, Fla., Dec. 1, 1908. Council niet in regular session. Present W. B. Davis, L. A. Fra leifjh, E. C. Hassell, Walter Bun ting and D. II. Yates. The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. The Carnival Commitbee reported that they nigned contract with the Barkoot Amusement Co. for Carni valommencing Dec. 2ch ending Jany. 2, .1909.' The action of tbe committee was ratified fey the coun cil. The following bills against the town wre examined, found cerrect and oidered paid. W A Ltele street work is tie board nod salary ;J!8" 71 W II Butler salary 2.". 00 v' 11 hardware bill 3 CO Tom Sail M) lumber for town 14 8.'i WBrdlaw Wilfou ealary 4"i U0 J C Madray Uxing market 3 UU West Disinfecting Co for disinfec tant 2:1 00 Madison Electiio Co iijjht-s and water SiH 07 Total oo9 23 Ordinance No. 06 was introduced and referred to the Oordinaoc? com mittee. Upon motion Council adjourned, to meet next regular meeting. S. P. GitxFFiK, Clerk. Jan. 5, 1909. Council met in regular session, Present: Walter Bunting, W . IJ Davis, h. A. Fralcigh, E. C. Ilnssdl and U. II. laies. iMiiiuies 01 jusi meeting read and approved. Upon motion the Clerk was in structed to notify the Tux Assessor to complete and turn over the tax booKS to the Finance Committee for its approval, t.t once. fhlinance No o. eutltleut "an Ordinance to amend Sec. 6 of Or dinance No. 43 entitled an Ordi- nrtacribinff the method of procedure in the trial, suspension, removal or expulsion from office of any officer of the Town of Madison Florida," was introduced by the Ordinance Committee and put upon Us passage, resulting as follows: Yeas: D, II. Yates, E. C. Hassell, W. B. Davis, Walter Bunting, L. A. Fralelgh 5. Nays: None. So Ordinance No. 57 was duly passed and referred to the Mayor for his approval. A communication was received from the Mayor relating to the re moval of Night watchman Wilson and temporvy appointment ot II. M. Willis. Same was ratified and approved. The following communication was received from the Mayor: Madison, Fla., Jan. 5, 109. To the Honorable Town Council, Town of Madison, Fla. Gentlemen: I beg to report to you my recommendation of the ap pointment of Mr. J. H. Demon to fill the position of Night watenman of the icjwp of MsKJltoa,--! Ute or was appro veil. The following bills agairst the Town were examined found correct and ordered paid: II M Willis salary $ 9 00 SP Griffin " 37 SO W II Butler " 25 CO F.nterprlse-Recorder printing 175 W A Dale street work mule board clary I?1 Wnrdlaw Wilson salary 37 CO C B Ashley Pound rent 12 00 Electric Power Co hunts and wa ter 4"i7 4o W B Davis salary . 00 Walter Bunting ' C 00 D II VateB " 0 00 S C Hassell " 00 L A Fralelgh " fi CO TKMPERATCRt: maximum, ( ' Total $815 24 Upon motion Council adjourned. S. P. Gnimx, Clerk. Just Received, Pratts Stock Fool Kti English Rock Salt This is tbe time of year to look after the health of your stock. You will find a large supply of both at Moskujy's Druo Stobg. St An Excellent Snewii The stockholders of tlie First Na tional Bank of Madison met in their banking house on Tuesday and o well oleaied were thf-y witli th re sults of the past year that practical ly the same old board of Directors was re elected, who, fiftor the stock holders meeting, held their meeting and re-elected all the old officers as follows: L. A. Fraleigh, Pres. ; T. C. Smith, Vice Pros,; W. M. Bur ton, Vice Pres. ; and J. W.. Wads worth, Cashier. After declaring t ie usual dividend, No. 24, of ten per cent., they charged off 43500.00 from the Furniture and Fixtures and Premiums on' bonds, leaving the comfortable sum of tloOOO.OO in the surplus Fund and if 6829. 15 as un divided profits. Considering the ex trcme hardships that all lines of busi ness have suffered during the past two years this is a most excellent showing for this bank and r'flc-ctH mucli credit upon its management. Mean minimum, Highest, Monday, 7i' Lowest, Fri & Sit 12 0 RAIN CAM.! Monday night .."2, Tuesday .22. Tra- Suii'liiy night. Total .74. Stockholders Meetlne Notice is hereby given that tae regular annual stockholders meeting of tbe Bank of Greenville will be held at the office of the Bank in Greenville, Fla. on Monday January IcUh for the pu.-pose of electing di rectors for the coining year and transacting such other buiuess as may legally come before tbo meet. ing. M. A. McDowell, Cashier. Attention. U. C V Members of Camp Colquit, No, 1544, are requested lo meet in the court house at Madison on Tuesday, 19th inst., (Lee Anniversary) for the transaction of such business as may come before them. Elizabeth Harris Chapter, U. D. C., will pro vide refreshments for the veterans. THEODORE RAN DELL, Major Commanding. , LIVINGSTON, Adjutant. 2w. Dlvideal Notice. Notioe is hereby given to the stockholders of tbe First National Bunk of Madison, Fla,, that divi dend No. 24 of ten (10) per cent was declared by the Directors on llth Inst., payable to stockholders of record ot that date, A Dividend check will be mailed to each stock holder. J. W. Wads worth, 2w Caskier. Eoro to .Mr. und Mrs. Clnrlle Kuntiuf on Wediiepdny of last week, a girl. T. C. Smith and , W. S. Ovcrtre were registered at tbe PuvjI hotel in Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. M. P, Jell B .n nnd children, u3 MUs jinna Price, who were tbe guflfsi of Mrs. McC. Thann, returned to tbeir home In Jaelisouville lust Saturdny. J. H. Den?on is now illllnjr, t.e poai- V tion of Night Watchman of the towa, f he having been appointed by Mayer Rowe last week and confirmed by the Town Council. Mrs. Albert Fralelgh left Sunday for Jacksonville where she will be tbe guest of Mrs.F.S. Hodges for a week or lonu- M' -,A 1... Gi.il. T mo JTTn in. VI ' ' o uuve jj uui.u.i p a .vr- w that Mre. Fraleigh will be tbe reclpwi- of roaoy social attemioHS while in ibM,-' city. Ola Sanders returned 'from St. T.ouif Saturday nigbi and two carloads of toe horeea and mules followed him on Mra dy. The stock la now on exhibition at tbe sale BUbles of the Fraleigk-I.ioee-Shelfer Compaiiy. Ola says h had a very pleiisunt time in the western metropolis but would have enjoyed hiir.fflt more had it not been eo cold. Tlifi ladles of the Votidiiifu met lt Wedneedav and elected the following ollicera for the enuing enr: Gutirdiau, Mre. KHtie Wadsworth; Adviser, Mr. Lllla Ellison; Clerk, Mrs Lvira Yates, Uauker, Mis. Uertha Baker; C'sptaia, Mrs. Maude Coffee; Attendant, Misa Rucliel Martin; Inner. S., Mrs. Annie Williams; Outer S., Mrs. Minnie Hof ton ; Managers: Gordon Wadsworth., K. F. Vaim and Sbellie P. Vann, Pliysician, Dr. D. H. Yates. Mrs. Minnie Vann, District Orgaiizer of the Woodmen Circle, was elected delegate, to Convention to be held at Tampa in March. Elizabeth Harris Chapter, V. D. O., . whs delightfully entertained by Mrs. W. It. Davis at tbe New Year's meet ing, there ws a larife attendance ana the members were full of enthusiasm. A fnvoribIe report was given by llvi Historical Committee. All arrange ments were made to entertain the Veterans of Camp Colquit on tbo 19th, t hie annual affair beici,' one of the most, pleasant of the entire ye ir. The mem bers of the Chapter are very grateful to Mr. Edward Adams for his getierorjf donation of oce hundred dollars 10 tlie monument fund, and offered a rising vote of thanks to ti.e generus donor. After the election of officers Mrs. Davir served a delicious salad cmirse with hot coffee. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. McC. Tharin. It was pleas ant to have visitors with the Chapter who added greatly to the delightful octashn. The following olticers were elected to serve this year: President: Mrs. W. L. Parramore; lst Vice Pres ident: Mrs. T. C. Vann; 2nd Vice President: Mrs. McO. Tharin; Record ing Secretary: Mrs. George O. Davis; Coresponding Secretary: Mrs. A. E. Fraleigb; Treasurer: Mrs. J. J. New mac; Historian: Mrs. D. O. Smith. Registrar: Mrs. Alex Smith. STOCKHOLDERS NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of tbe Citizens Bank of Madison ill be held at Its Banking House in Madison, Fla., on Tuesday, January 19th, 1909 at the hour of 2 P. M, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transacting of such other business as may come before the meeting. C. L. MORROW, 2w. Cashier, In spite of the panle Hilsborougk county for last year showed an in crease over 1907 of over half mil. lion dollars in assessed ysluatloas.