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nTlTV- fffk't! J-a'v " Jiffy JJ:L-V.'0" - - 0 : ' L TIII-NO. 42 MADISON, FLA.. THURSDAY, JUJNE 17. 1909. imeortant. Resolutions I ti,e recent meting of the '.j of Control resolutions of an ' ruDt nature to many people of ' ii mil elsewhere were adopted solved That tbe president of nfvfrsity of Florida and the ' lent of (lie $tate College for ' m be rf quested to prepare and published In the next quarterly ' 'j i ihort history of the said ' uiina' nu" tbeir predecessors, rjst Florida Seminary, tbe '.Florida Seminary, tfc? Flori 'i!e College, tbe DeFunisk Js'or. Lxhool, the South Florida Mili- Institute, the Florida Agricul- nd Mechanical College, !' nivTsity of Florida, and Icrida Female College, to tlie lit of grad ' . of earb of said institutions, ' g year of graduation and the ' tsce of graduates; the men Horlda Agricultural and Me chanical College, "Florida Female College, "University of the State of Florj da. 'Said diplomas to be Issued for the degrees conferred by said abol.slfed institutions by the university a d d college, as successors of sa'd abol. iahed Institutions. Provided, how ever, that the expense incident to 'he issuance of said diplomas shall be paid by the praduates applying iui me same, "Be it further resolved. That TV Slcdd and Dr. Murphree he r.rtuest. ed to draft the form of diploma above provided for." Sun. i. published in the Bulletin of the Jiersity, a;;d the women in the ! un of the College. solved, further, That the Dip- j be issued by the' University of Iitolhe men graduates, and ' iflHa State College tor Wo- ' '. 'or.tue women graduates of the . mug predecessor institutions of 1 irg, abolished by Chapter 5,384 of Florida, to-wit: ist Florida Seminary, Vest Florida St-minary, .Florida State College, 'utli Florida Military Institute, Florida State Normal School, 1 Florida Agricultural College, J. Proceedings Town Council. Madison, Fla., June 1, 1909 . Council met in regular session. Present: V. B. Davis, L. A. Fra. leiuli, E. C. Hassell, Walter Hunting The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. The following bills against the town were examined found correct and ordered paid. .S. P. GrifTia for Interest on Bonds 75 00 W A Dale, street work JH Oo W A Dale fixing tnirket 19 50 W A Dais percentage and salary 53 23 M Bunting fixlogpipe Jim Deneon salary O A Davis fixing market Ttiaria and Leslifi Hardware oi.l W H Butler salary Msdison Electric Co. lights and water. 5 00 4.100 7 50 3 90 C5CK. 373 00 Upon motion Council adjourn ed. S, P. Griffin Clerk. Monument to be UnvelleJ- ' The figure of the Confederate sol dier to complete the Confederate monument in this city, arrived from Italy last week and on Friday and Saturday Mr. Moseley, of the Mar ietta Marble Company, completed me work of placing it in position at the top of tbe shaft. As soon as tbe figure was placed in position it was covered with a cloth or veil which will remain until next Wed nesday ?fternoon, at 4 o'clock, when, j undr the auspices of Elizabeth Har ris Chapter, U. D. C., the unveiling ceremony will take place. An elab orate program has been arranged for the occasion which comprises an ad dress by Col. Knox Livingston of Iiennettsville, S, C.. It is hoped by the ladies of tbe Chapter that an im mense crowd will he present from all parts of tbe county and that the day will be a gala one in every respect. Especially it is hoped thatevery Con federate soldier in the county will be present to witness the unveiling and to take part in the exercises. Having seen the monument in its complete state we have no hesitancy in stating that it is very handsome, unsurpassed by any in the Slate (with tbe exception of tbe Hemming monument in Jacksonville) and something of which Madison and Madison cuunty may well be proud. We hope to be able to print a cut of it in next week's paper. Kemember the date next Wed. nesday. June 23id, 4 o'clock, p. m. Laymen's RaI1y At tbe Melbodist church to-night t 8 o'clock will be held a rally of the male members of that church ard of such others as may choose to attend . It is earnestly hoped that every male member of the church will be present promptly at tbe hour named . The purpose of the meet ing is to perfect an organization In tbe church in line with the great Lay. m"ns Movement now in progress throughout tbe entire Christian woild. Short addresses will be made by Columbus Smith on tbe ''Origin andPurpo:e of the Laymen's nlove ment;" "Needs in Foreign Fie'.ds," by Pastor Lowe; "Needs in tbe Home Fields," by S. D. Morrow, after which Hon. Ii. W. Partridge of Monticello will speak on "Plans of Procedure and Organization-" Members of the other denomina tions are cordially invited to attend this meeting. , Pinetta Pointers. Tbe farmers of this district have begur. shipping watermelons to nor thern markets. There was a large crowd at the un veiling of Hoverign Fryers monu ment, at Mt. Horeb church on Sun day last; The day was enjoyed by everyone. Mrs. W. H. E. Terry bas return ed to Atlanta to be treated for ap pendicitis. We hope that she will soon recover, and be able to return home soon. Misses Jonnie Mae and Ruby Cow art after a pleasant visit to their $1 A YKA.K gram parents, liuve returned toitheir home at Nocatee. . - , , ' . ' Miss Lula Owens of Boston, Ga.. is visiting relatives here. T Mr. Frank Cuaistaiu and family of near Quitman have been visiting relatives here. ..'- Mr. W. D. SuUey, J. A. Gray and a crowd of children went fishing on Thursday, and bad a very pleas ant time, - Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Owens expect to leave tbe 1st of July for a visit -to their old home in South Carolina. Don't If Yon are Worth ?50 000 Real This. This will not interest you if you are worth fifty tbousnpd doll art, but if you are a man of moilerale means and can not Morel to employ a physician when you have an attack of diarrhoea, you will be pleaded to know Hint one or two dofes of Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure it. This remedv hao been m use for many years and is thoroughly reliable. Price 2j cents, for Bale by a. r. .Moseley A W. B. Uavli. NOTICE, Beginning Monday June 21st ami ending August 31st, we will opea nt 8 a. m. and close at 3 p. iu. On September 1st the old bouis of from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. will be restored. First National Bask of Mauisoh, By J. W. Wadbwohth, Cashier. Cmr.KNa Cask ok Madison, By C. L. Mokkow, . Cashier, . . . . im A Walk Over If m shoes mw m Walk Over Shoes Walk Over $ Walk Over A Walk Over Shoes le- Shoes m Shoes -'- Walk-Over Shoes are made in every shape, style and leather. They are not the best shoes in the United States but they are the best in Madison and a trial pair if you haven't tried them will convince you. Our Stock of Shoes for men, women and children is complete, every size, style and leather, we ask you to come in and look them over, if it is style, comfort and durability come see Taylor. Taylor's Big Stock of Hats, Shirts, Und rvear, Neck wear can't be equaled in, Madison. ' Clothing for Man or Boy. Pants for Papa and Son. See Taylor for everything to wear next door to P. O. Come in to-day. - - rL t5iJ Jb r!dl?rjb 3 jX&ir IDoor to Post OfSice.