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VOL 7III-NO. 25
MADISON. FLA., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1909.
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Services at the Baptist Church.
Xlii) i.rjtr.ieted services at the
jiiptial church am being attended
dv hint conurcg.iiitins. Freaching
; MrVi9 are held every pjornina at
ten o'clock d cvHiihijr at 7.30, and
Use C'Hitimii! during the bal
ance of Uli" Wl'ek lln'' unti' furilier
notice.
Scripture to the support of his ssser
tions. He is almost pleiisinp speak
er and illustrates his sermons with
apt anecdote and story which fastens
the attention of his hearers. .
Mr. ami Mrs- SchcMeM have cap
tured the hearts of all M.vii.-on with
their splendid singing. tHdnrn ua.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Scholfield
Gospel Singers at Baptist Church.
Tlie Kvnngellt, Kev. T, T. Mar
in, is a wonderful preacher. He
'low not follow the beaten paths but
'launches forth into heretofore ucdis.
' overed paths of scripture and his
'knoileilge of the W rd is both
'wide and deep. He bus, in the
ourse of his preifchinK here, made
'icme startling propositions prop
'sitions which united many of Li
Wrers to sit up mk! take notice and
bonder if he hadn't made mistake
mi he baiw't fahVl yet to brine
Our lown been vi.-iled by two
such singers. Their hearts are in the
work and this fact adds to the rich
ness and purity of their voices which
blend in perfect and sweetest liar ;
mony. Under the direction of Mr.
'Sdiolfleld t e large ioir of local sin
gers has developed into a well train
ei and efllcieat haeri of gospel tin-;
gcrs. !
The meeting will continue througu-l
out the week a4 you are missing!
great opportunity if you fail to at i
tend the serv.cet regularly.
Killing at Parrot's Tie Camp.
Last Friday afternoon at Parrott's
tic camp loia'id neir Ilo.iewell,
about four miles south of to"n, Rob.
ert Scott w?s shot and killed by Al
fred Hutchinson, both negroes.
Hutchinson was woodsman for bis
employer and in the course of bin
duties became involved in a dispute
with the negro Scott concerning tb
number of tics which said Seolt had
cut out, Scott claiming some twenty
r more tics in e xcess of the number
which Hutchinson hn'1 given him
credit for. Angry words were ex
changed but no blows, and finally, it
is si Hutchinson went rf and
coming b:iei with Lis gun fired a
load into the body of Scott inflicting
a wound from which he died Satur
day afternoon.
Dr- Yates performed an autopsy
upou the body Saturday and located
the bullet which caused death.
Immediately after the shooting
Hutchinson dissapearedl and it was
Utought that h had made good his
escape, but Sberirl Stanton apprr.
ker.ded him lnt Saturday afternoon
and has him now securely lucked up
Wi jail.
Minutes of School Board.
Madison, Ha., hb. 2, lfJ0'J
Hoard met promptly at 10 a. in.
Full Hoard present, minutes of last
meeting were read and approved.
Letter was read from Hon. V. M.
Hwlluway, State Superintendent u
ging atlerdance upon the Superin
tendents Convention at Lake City
March 10-18. It was ordered that
the Superintendent ami at least one
member of thu Hoard attend.
A new well was ordeied dug at
Shiloli school.
Notice wns givcu to the Town o'
Miidison that the appropriation of
flOOO.OO by the Town Council will
be necessary to maintain the High
chool for the !Tm of ten months.
Settlement was had with the
Treas urer and nil bills paid.
Bonrd adjourned.
W. J. B I.ANTON,
Chairman.
G. W Tedder, ,
Secretary.
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William Jennings Bryan, the
past W3ek, lias delighted audiences
tTainpa, Sutherland, St. Peters
burg, Lskeland, Winter Park, De-
iLand and Jacksonville, and bnsbeen
greeted by immense crowds at eieh
city. His fa mo lecture, "J ha
Prince of Peace,-" was gwenst sev
eral places.
The celery crop is now being
moved from Sanford to the markets
and the growers are tecciving satis
factory returns.
NOTICt
All persons are hereby forbidden
to bunt, fish or in any wise trepas
on my ktnds,enclosed or not enclosed
without written permission from
me.
E. E.WEST
WEST BROS.
10-15-6-5 ns.
COLD STORAGE
CLOSING.
Our cold storage patrons
will please take notice that
all meat now in our cold
storage rooms, or that may
be received after this date
for storage, must be remov
ed on or before March 2Cth,
next. On the 21st our ice
plant will be shut clown for
its annual overhauling in
preparation for the summer,
and any meat remaining in
the rooms at that time will
be at the owners risk of
damage. If you still have
hogs to kill that you wish
us to store, kill them NOW,
while there is still time to
get themeat properly cured.
For the liberal patronage
you have given us this sea
son, we thank you, beleiv
ing tnat it has been to your
profit as well as ours.
Miiiso hlectric ! ower Co.
They have determined to keep on
drilling in Key West until lliey
strike fresh water.
NOTICE.
All persona are hereby forbidden
to bunt, fish or in anywise trespass
upon my lands, enclosed or unen
closed. Trespassers will be prosecu
tea to toe lull extent or the law.
T. F. CALHOUN
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THIS GRAND 4C6.00 PIANO WILL BE GIVEN AVAY
To the 3Iost Popular Lady in Madison County, on MARCH 1st GET BUSY TO-DAY.
Any Lady will be proud of such a Fine Instrument and it t
will cost you ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
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. Instructions For Voting,
For every Penny you spend with me on or
before MARCH 1st, you are entitled to
vote for any lady you wish. Our Goods
are cheaper than ever before, and all you
have to do to vote is to ask for the cou
ponssay you want to vote.
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VOTING COUPON.
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Our Line of
FineCloihifig,Sh33S.Hat3,Shirls.
Underwear, Dry Gaajs,
Umbrelas, Truiks and Bags
Are Cheaper than ever before.
COME IN TO-DAY !
SPECIALS.
For 10 Days I will sail a3 an Advertisement:
$3.50 American Girl Shoas, 3.15
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2.50 American Girl Sho33 2.25
$5.00 Walk Over Shoas $4.50
4.00 Walk Over Sho33 3 60
3.50 Walk:Overhoss ) 3.15
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