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VOL VIII-N O. 47 proceefllnesCounty Commisloners Madison, Fla., July 7, iyQ9. TLe Board of County Onmrs jioners met this day m tegular ses (ion, oil members p-esent, Board waj called to order by the chairman Jlinutes of Inst meetings were read and approed. Petition to put Hannah Edwards on pauper list on motion not grant- efli On ruotibn Obediali Bird, pau per, reduced from Sfo.OO to 3.00 per month. Commissioner Williams reported that Blue Spring bridge is In Lad condition and Hamiltdn county own. jog one balf of said bridge' the clerk wis instructed to write the Hamilton county board to- appoint a committee sod set a day to meet with a com mittee from this board at. the said bridge to confer in regard to repair, icg said bridge. Commissioner Taylor moved that a 2-ruill levy bo made for general road and bridge purposes, and two dollars be assessed against all male persons subject to road duty be tween the ages of 21 and 45 years a commutation tax, or 5 uajs work required on the public road each fvar when (aid commutation tax is jot paid by any persoil subject to pay the same, and that the "general levy funds be -equally pro-rated be tween the five "commissioners dis tricts, and ?11 commutation taxes collected in each district be retained and used on the public roads of the district in which collected. Vote was,, yea ! Commissioners McLeod, Williams and Taj lor. Nays: Com missioner Campbell. J. P. Sessions came before the board and peked the board to lefuud to liiui t30O paid on estreatrnent of the appearance bond of Lonnie Ses. ions, and after bearing attorney Chas. K. Davis in support of his re. :qiiest, upon motion board toot the matter under advisement until next regular meeting in August. The bills were taken '.tp and paid is follows: Electric Power Co. lights at Jail lor Jure I 12 0J E J Vann,lrustee,co;n on dU CO bonds I un.'s W I K B.ih'ree, work on ro:td 4 11 S.ile, work on road Sims ,ti Wlsenbaker, lumber I K Williams, insp ariiles E B Edw.irJs, work on road I. C Wilson, wnrk on roiil G D Purvis, work on ro:td II A Wucd, wurk on rtud 0 W Yc-uru, v.-urk on ro.iil L P YVniUivortri, work on road N V Cjmpltll, work on roail Converse Urie Co. triilyeon Hi Aucilli Win C Smith, on Dims catisew iv contract J P T:i)'l..r, Jetting and retv hriilc work Jyt U'.illwcr, work on ro.id Grubbs - Anderson. wirk on ciuseuny W H Porter, lumber and nmleri.il for ro:iJ A W Wood, repf Itiver Six brie RS Milntyre, read work 1 A Williams, road work t J P.ttUTson, on assK times ll'vN A D Sr.mton.fetdinx prisoners Jure A D St .nton, coin on tines collec td B F .V iseky" disinfectant by sheriff i-E Muore, recg roaj work 5 J Ellison, on col taxes 1W8 C B Smith, printing to date BMcLeod letting and insp roads TW Dale,rectf and dis Co funds Duncan Smith, wora on roads "obert MiGill, work on road Ath fVjiK , work on road w 8 Rurriett,' work on road DB Unmet:, work on road Will Jones, work on road B'ijTEt Ildw. Cc. shoyess for road 1000 4 VO 0 00 J""' 7 no ti 50 15 75 41m UTS no Si 1 Jin IV :1i iW CI 00 t:'5 2.1 i 'Ji !' !t'6u 10 (' 6t5) 8 no 4 eu Ksi m :7 5o 2010 a? 8:' Utio ao 8&0 a to 15 75 s50 10 60 On motion all road commission i ordered paid up for six months mice for year 1809. v ' j AXNVAL REPORT OrTHE TRUSTEES OF THE BONDS OF MADISON COUNTY, -.. FLORIDA. Receipts: " 1. Cash on band as par lst annual . report Sl.MS.M W 2s. Cash per T. W. Dale, CO. Ireas- . urer, taars trorn B. -A. I, ivy, . Co. fn,(lW7 "t-1. Cask fi aim S.I. Ellison, lax col. 4SJ 82 4W.10 ""UK. Cash from T.w. Dale, CO. tresa- urer, tuxes from Val. Sou. Hj, . . 'or llaJ c'l from B. J. Ellison, tti col. Dee! 1 ... .2 . 7! Mo 28 (H M.07 - IfW.M mi m 7 s 810 H iHs.itl i Apr. fj. .. J 1. lor 1. . .. ., i Cash frora T. W. D.I., co. iMasurer, ikies Its W . V . lei. Co. t 'est Coast R. R. Co. W Vaj Son Ky to. m.U 157.CS Inlv 4 r ,.h i i i . I ling July 11, ril -'i n-t P-iil hr.i N.mm- crU. I Hank, Maili jii i .n ii, H :T and vs 'for I I . i ll..ii.l IV. . ii. ii l ily 17. fi'li, Viniu,, I Mi-. Jv-i,- 2-ICjti Ti I'. M' Oinnis, I'.r llmids No. IS f..ri i .l--(i'. - I i r Jim witl, i ... i . .. July ; " .in l ir-,1 National Il.mk, Ma.li. J"'". H i., Intvrct ..,ii,-i No al fi'.i-i ll,,nd o. j, , (Sim V (i.nhvr :l ' IM I ( inen B it k f:linn, 21KJI-.S I. ri.l.-, II..IH1 r,. r,4 ,., .,i wi,, lu'ertst to An, i, Urn; Voucli n 4 pt. '). Paul Hirst National Pi, k, Talla- 101 (7 '--icirw., j.,r ri'imis Nos, "anffl, each for JV ivi-h in-tcrt-sl on Honri N'n, :'4 10 uly 1, f.ii.&ii, and on Hr.i i' ,, 0 to Aunmt K, tri, t:t 5 Vouch er 6 Dec SS. Paid First National Hank - l M.i.l ion, coupon from II. md No I'l forfllio.lnne 1, Vn-icller Jan. 1. 'lid. paid ysi Nati .r: ,1 lli.,,k of M.idison, couiv.n N'n. fmn, Bonds Son 120, Itft a, ijj l!iO 17 Jan. id. oucner 8 Paid Jessie C. MrOirinis, T.,l:a. 18 00 na-se , Ha., Bo-d No. u (ur ill"! with Intere-t from Jane ,t 'I to Jan. 11, 'OH, VomcIkt H Mar, 6. Paid First National Hitik of Tn. Iahas.ee, Kla., for Bond No. for Slisj and Bonds N'os, $4 arid 4U. each for I'iC with interest on iSl to November li, 'i. and inter est on Bonds I m and to Sept, 14. 'US, Vouchers H) (1;, li) 02) and 1(1 (31 Mar. Id, Paid Citir.ens Bank, M.idison, , Fla., Hon-! N'o ft) with interest to Julv 1.1, t, Voucher II June 1. Paid First Nutionjl Hank, Talla hassee, Fla., for coupo- from Bonds 118, 114 and l:S iur IH1 (interest JIMIli and from Ilonrls S, 8, 4H, m, and W for JSisj each (tlNiMMiind from Bond W, called in to be ianl .Msv 15, 'UW ('."(. 7.'i Voucher 10 1U8B7 100 76 'June 2. I'.ud Cllirens Bank, r.f Midi. on. .' 75 fla., coutronK from Bond &7 fur JO "I, Voi):r 14 June 8. Paid First National Bank, Talla hassee, Ha., for Bom! 05 cilled in to be paid Mav 11, W, Vouch er 14 June H. Paid Citiwns Bank of MaJison, Fla., for Bond IK urd inte-est to .March , 'W, Voucher 111 Paid First National II. ink, Talla hassee, Ha., tor Bu i.l :JS and in ter st to date (called 11.; Vouch er III June?. Paid First National U.ink, Vadi son, Fla., for coiiions from Ji'ind W for (jV'l and fro.n Hon-!- :B. iff, Sn 117, lit ant! Ill-for llii each int. injure 1, 'ilV, 'ouclH-r 17 June 24. Paid irst National Hank, M idi snii, Fla., for Bond 1 -J a fnr faiM drawn to be pud May 15. 'IN, w ith ll1 months interest, Vouch er IS Ml 17 Jane 2-j. Paul Chas. Munroe, Tallahus.ee, fla,, couon n Iroin nun.i- y. n, I! ami 15 for rlKl e.uh 17), frian Bonds Vs and iil.1 for (jiM each 'i'ill.isl) couixjn 1H 5 17;, Vom. her m June 2tl. Paid First Nation il Bank, Talla haNsee, Fla., couiion 'S2 iroin Bo-4- Stl, K.'fifiv and til for Jlisj each, A'oucher 'in June 2H. Paid Miss Jesnie McGinnis, 'fat - l inassee, ria., jor min i H, ror $Kll, diavvn to le paid April lu, 'ny, V outlier 21 Bono Total Balance on hand i s.K BtliiiHi M17036 A II of the Bonds heretofore called in for nav- ment have been paid except HoQils 'J and IJfl of fltfj each called in to be paid A il'u-s K li, as they have not been presented for payment, totaj pnncinal and intere-it, f'i.H, and :ill interest cou pons due luiw 1,' lWl. have been p il 1 except th'ise nf bonds 41, ST, 47, Island IL'5 of IlKlea.h, total, :t0.tl, still oulMniiUinif. wnicn t?.'.ia. ) tlt'l'icteil from cu-h on hand $1.H1;1 IVI; leaves jlisl ir air linst which we recommend that two rive bun sired Donds and one 01. e hundred d'li.ir bond 1h drawn by lot and called m for p iymc-it. I h.-re will theri be oulstaiioliiii bon.U nut cilled in for p.ivrr.cnt 21 of ene huiulred slnllars and seven of I ,I..U,r. I Hv 'n.nn.ool Hundred Dollars. ltc.-pecltully .Submitted. A. LIVINGSTON, b. .1. VANS, Tnl-Nis. Bv F. J. V A N N" , M m, 'J', ..I w j M.idison, Fla., Je.lv : 'OH. Board a'tjourncl for J inner. A FTF.IINOOX SESSION. The E 0 te r 1 1 v i so - H 0 co r J r was 1os ignnteJ as the Dewr-papcr wbicb will do the county printing until other wise ordered, Dud it -as also ties, ignated as tlic paper in w liich the Sessions Laws, enacted ly the Legis lature of 1909 shall be printed. County Judge presented leport of occupational license issued for the month of June which shows amounts collected therefor for State: f6.00; county: f3. 00, which was orde.ed liled. ' T. W. Dale, county treasurer, produced his books and accounts aud made settlement with the coun ty for month of June, and on being checked were found to be correct, and the following balances appear to the credit of the different funds, to wR: General Revenisr-.. Fine and Forfeiture., Roads and bridjea... f'.ULS.Sl . . 176PM 1S18. Total cash in Treasury t ft,sl.t7 which wu ordered filed and certified to State Auditor. On motion the further expendi ture ot money for putting pine itrw and ew dut on the pullio roadi wu suspended. MADISON, FLA.. THURSDAY, JULY 22. 1909. MADISON COUNTY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION FltlUAY AND HATl'KUAY, AlOt'ST(lAM) T P ItOGRAMMEi 'FRIDAY, A. M. Invocation, Dr. E. P. Mickel. 9:30 Methods of Securing Cooperation of Patrons J. J, Dickinson. Discussion Miss Adele Clayton, W. H.' Bailey. 10:15 Methods of Securing Order in the School Room H. B. Harrell. Discussion Miss Eva Townsend. . i 11:00 The Teacher Outside the School Room- Professor W. B. Cate. 11:30 Lecture Professor Charles Lane. AFTERNOON 2:00 Libraries for the Common Schools Miss Sallie Shuler. Discussion Miss Nita O'Neal. 2:45 The Importance of Making School Rooms Attractive Miss Edna Plant. Discussion: Miss Robin Graham, Miss Marion Kerr. 3:30 Corporal Punishment H. K. Crews. Discussion Miss Mae Morrow, Miss Bertha Getch. 4:00 Address Professor Charles Lane. 8:30 Humorous Lecture Professor Charles Lane. ADMISSION: ' Public 50 xntt, Ttocfori 25 eeuU SATURDAY A. M. Invocation, Rev. L. D. Lowe 8:30 Question Box, conducted by Professor Lane. 9:00 Agriculture Professor W. A. Cate. Discussion B. A. Hammons, 9:45 Grammar for Beginners Miss Whittie Dickinson. Discussion Miss Vira Calhoun. ' 10:30 Address Dr. Tribble, President Columbia College. Teachers Attending both Dajs may Count Friday as Taught The Public Cordially Invited to all the Exercises. S. J. Kllison, tax collector, pre sented report of taxes collected for the mouth of June as follows: General Revenue, J VS &4 School a-'W M Roads and Bridget, ti tit) Fine and Forfeiture, 136 ;fl County Bonds SH ) Polls 158 A J'nilO 06 South Georgia Railway: General Revenue . fHHt1 Sclionl SOU W H.m.ls an.l RridirM 74 tf7 Fine nnil Forfeiture 14 S8 County Honda iU'-'l l'-3l Wvst C'o.i.t Ruilway: General Revenue $ W 5t School HI &' ltoads anJ Uriilkfes 6" 'M Fine and FOilI. Hurt- lii"7 County Ilcn.ls 'H.17 41i -I '.'estern L'-ion Tcleifrai'h Co.: General Revenue f (' School :''1'11 Hn.uU ami Ilri.ltfl.s 0 17 Fine Rntl Forfviture 1-4 County Bonds... 7 11' 04 Total Collections for lune , J7JS1 60 Same was ordered credited to the different accounts and tiled. Board was ordered paid up to ami including this date, and adjourned until fiist Monday in August when they meet to hear complaints from any person who is not satisfied with their assessment of property as fixed by the Board. T. Z. Martin. Clerk. RUN-OVER LOCALS. Try a "Majestic" Ham and convince yourself. Leslie & Waring. S. D. Morrow, the well known con tractor, commenced Tuesday the build ing ot fine residence for Mr. J. D. Burnett near Cherry Lake. Mr. R.L. Floyd, a young gentleman pleasantly remembered as a visitor to our town a few months ago, waa in the oltv again tbii week (or i short vliit to his oouslni, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Davis. Strayed or Stolen 1 bay mare mule wtigbt about 900 pounds, d years old. Left my lot near Blue Spring Saturday or Sunday nigbt. Take up and notify W. Ii, Meroer.EIUTlllefFla. 2w Mr. and Mrs. J. P Shaw spent sev eral days la Jacksonville this week. "Majesties" are not as Rood but the best on earth. 'Phone Leslie & Waring. W. J. Maloy left last week for White Springs where he.with Fraok W. Webb, has bought a drug store and will coo duct the business. We wieh him good health aDd prosperity in hie Dew borne. We haye just reucived a car of Amer ican wire fencing, all heights. Cull to see us or write for prices. The J K. Unnlee Company 2w Mayor Rowe this week advertises for bids fcr the bomis authorized by the receDt election. The issue will be forty five thousaDd dollars bcHring (j per cent interest. A cliur.ee for some of our capitalists to invest their idle money. Mis EimtiB 15. Akard arrived Tues day from her hoihe In Tennessee mid will be an Instructor in the summer school here for the balance ot its term. The many friends of thepopulur vounj; lady are delighted because of her re turn. Byre Belnte has gone on a trip which will embrace m iny cities of the country. He carries with him samples of the to bacco grown by the Florida Sumatra Leaf Tobac.'o Co., In t-iis county, and will try to create a market for It. We certainly hope be will meet wltli suc cess. Tom Gibson was the victim of a pain ful accident Sunday afternoon. He wa?t driving with bis wife and child near Oak Ridge cemetery when Alex Smith came aloDg in his automobile. The team of Mr. Gibson became frightened and'the buggy waa overturned catching Mr. Gibson under It and painfully bruising him. The buggy wis alm&st completely wrecked. Speaking of watermelons, Mr. J. J. Jarvis of the Cherry Lke neighbor hood, holds the record so far aa we know. Last Saturday' be brought to town a huge melon of the 'Blue Gem" variety which tipped the scales at an even 65 pounds. He presented the mel on to the editor ot tbia paper and it furnished a Sunday feast tor the family and a few ethers betides. Thaok you, Mr.Jamt. Hay your shadow never growleM nor your melons smaller. Si AL , . i. T. C. Smith made a fl icif .but flip lo Qulncy Tuesday, returning 'Wist1 iicsday. 1 We are prepared to nrint jour etatirrt ery in tlrst cIiihb style and at reasons'.-. prices. I.et us have your orders. Fcm S.U.M A double-barreled bji merits! shot gun. Excellent bird R no Will sell cheap. Curroll Smith. r.. ninulu r.l T it'A nulr inonr C M, day In the oity witli his sisters, Jle ilniueii Charles and CI mule Morrow, .loe doesn't come to see us very oflear ' these days but bis visits are always a pleasure to his many friends. m i , , as, luiou nno uvnu m . i v southeartern part ot the county Sunday. and save that the crops around Hlgdon and Lee aud throughout that ectira -section are as fine as be ban ever seen, tVio inllnn prnn Ivmrio paripr In Hv nrnia- ' . ieing. Plumley Dickinson finished bis busi ness course at Mssey College in Jai'Is- ' sonville last week, graduating we irt told, with distinguished honors Titer young man will return home io a few days for a vie.it of some time-with, bier family and frienda. Try a mild sugar eaud'-'Majestic4 ' Every bam guaranteed. Leslie A Wering. J. E. Hardee left Tuesday niorninjf ' for another trip In the interest ot tun tobacco crop. He will be joined few days by Albert Kraleigh anti tsv siether they will visit many cities of tts Haet snd West dieplyhi( samples and " takinrr or ters for Madison oonntv rrrnass tobacco. Panacea Springs is becoming a fav orite resort with our people, and Mad ison now has quite a colony there enjoy ing the pleasures of the resort. Desldev those already mentioned Mrs. T. I.. . Drinson, Miss I.iilie Dale and Mr. T. W. Dale left for that point Monday and. wl'l spend it week cr two. The Hoard of State luBtitutioneiiivit bide for the furnishing of fresh beef foi the Hospital of the Ia.'aoe at Chatta hoochee. See the notice under the head of Legal adtertiseuiects, and then, if you are in position to comply with the requirements, send on your bid Bt lbs proper time. Theire might be sonra - -money in It for you. ' Rev. L. D. Lowe will leave to-day tor Mount Pleasant, in Gadsden county, where a Sunday school Institute foa the Tallahassee District will be belli during the remaining- days of the week. Mr. Lowe ia on the program for a pa per and diecimeion. It Is probable --that the editor of this paper will ac company him. Mrs. E. K. Whitner Is planning to entertain the public with a concert at the opera house on the evening of the swiniusi. .tnew nn i uttrantne pro gram of both vocal and instruinentul music Is being prepared in which her cIbss will Htsi.it, us well as some of the tie-t locul talent of the town. One half of the proceeds will be given to th Cemetery Fund, admittance Ti rents, children 2." cents, at.d reserved seat 6t' cents. A full house sliuild lie as'tirecE for the cause is a worthy one and Mrs. Wtiitner's reputation as a singer is too well known to neeil comment. She h;tr on may occasions generously lent her charming voice vhenever culled ujorj to do so. She has aided the choirs of our churches in a pleading manner peculiarly her own, ami we regret to know that she will be leaving the place soon. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone. For the first time In the history ot Madison pipeorgnn music will be beard at a church service next Sunday when the splendid instrument built for tbe Methodist church by George Kilgen & Son, M. Leu is, will be put into service. The organ arrived from the factory last week and on Monday Mr. Staub, tbr organ builder for the factory, arrived Id -the city and Immediately proceeded' " with the work of Installation. He as sures the committee that the organ will ' be ready for service on next Sunday,and i on that day under the skillful msnlp latlon uf Mien Agnes Parrumore the- muslo for the usual services will proceed -from tbe fine instrument. The organ for the Baptist church arrived at tha asm time and when Mr. Slaub com pletes tbe installation in tbe Meshodlst church ba will at once proceel to place -the Baptist Instrument , to that bv Sun day week that congregation will also have a fin Instrument for aery lea.