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70L VIII-NO. 48 (Continued from last week.) proceedings Town Council. Madison, Fla., July 7, 1909 ml, wherein, pursuant to law .jid resolutions together with tl e Col owing notice of election, to-wit: j Xotick ofElf.ction. I Submitting to the qualified voters H the town of Madison, Florida, the Question whether or not bonds of said i jffn shall be issued for certain pur. j OSl'9. j Whereas, The town council of the jwc or .uaciison, state or rloridn, .regular meeting held on the 4;h 1 .y of May, A, D. 1909, passed the ' .lowing resolutions which were du. V entered on the records of the said .,,wn council, to-wit; I KeJoIved by the Town Council of he town of Madison, State of Flor- in - '' First, That for the purpose of rais. ii.g money to be used for the txten- jion of the mains of the water works, Ion and that may hereafter be .'tablished and operated in the Town if Madison fiom'tiine to lime as may 'e deemed necessary by the town t'ouncil, coupon oonds of said .town k' excil and issued to the amount l Five Thousand Dollars, j Second, That for the purpose of uieing money to be used in erecting jr siding in the erection of a dormi jiry and such other buildings in con lection with tbe public school build, c gs situated in the said town cow filled the Florida Normal Institute, )r such additions . thereto, as may, jrom time to time he deemed neces sary by tub town Council for the (wintenanee and efficiency of any Lhool or school that may be estab lished and conducted tuere'n, cou jxm bonds of the said town shall be Executed and iesued to the amount If Fifteen Thousand Dollars. Third, That for the purpose of sising money for constructing and aiaintainiiig a sewerage system in the own of Madison and r e q u i r i n g roperty holders to connect there- kith asMall b directed and provid- d for by Ordinances of said town, oupon bonds of said town to be xecuted and issued to the amount f Twenty Five Thousand Dollms. Fourth, That all the bonds men oned in tbe foiegoing resolutions ihalf be made due and payable (30) hirty years after the date thereof tod be in such denominations as the lown council shall determine, but jo bond shall be for less than One Iundred Dollars nor more than J ive Hundred Dollars, each to bear Interest at the rate of six per cent, ter annum, said interest to be paid Lnually.at the ollice of Ihi treas lirerof the town of Madison, on the itoih day of September each and ivery year, the town hereby reserv ing the right after five years from the date of said bonds, to call in and pay any or' al of tbem before ma turity with accrued 1'iterest at such ("ume and under such regulations as ay be prescribed by tbe town coun ted, at which time interest thereon to cease. ' Fifth, That upon adop'i'on of the foregoing resolutions, or either of jthem by the town council, the town council shall as soon as practicable, 'name and appoint a day for holding an ejection in iatd town at which j the question shall be submitted to the qualified voters of the Baid town, whether or not the bonds mentioned j in the foregoing resolutions, or cith er of them shall be executed and is. ; sued by the town council. Passed by the town Council 4th !Jay of May, A. D. 1909 Now, Theitfore, notice is hereby jgiyn that on the Gth day of July, A.JJ. 1909, an election is hereby . colltH and ordered to ba held In cni.l town of Madison Recording to law and thebrdinanees of snid town, at which tiale the question shall be sub. mitted to The ouaiilied vntn-o r,i ii,i town whelher-or not the bonds mcr.. tioned in the above resolutions shall be issued. The form of tbe ballot shall be, i For Water Works Mains. Fur Bunds. Against Uonds. For Dormitory and Public School Buildings. For Uonds Against Bonds. For Sewerage System. For Bon ! s. Against Bonds. The following persons are appoint ed Inspectors and Clerks to open and bold said Election and make returns of the result thereof, according to law, to the Town Council of the said town of Madison to-wit: C. M. Kenney, II. M. Willis and L. H. Patterson, Inspectors, and R. D. Rowe, Clerk of said Election. Madison, Fla., May 4th, 1909. , L. A, Fraleioh, President of the Town Council Attest : ' S. P. Gkiffim, Clerk of Town Council. Approved this 13th day cf May 1309. R. II. Rowe, Mayor Town of Madison. Madison, Fla.. June 3rd, 1909. Were duly published in the En. terprise-Reeorder, a newspaper pub. lished weekly in the said town of Madisoa once a week for five (5) weeks, next preceding tbe said day of election as appears from the affi davit of the Edttor and Publisher of said newspaper now on file among the records of the town council, and whereas, pursuant to said resolution and notice of election an election was dHly held in the town ot Madi son on the Cth day of July, A. D. 1909, and a certificate of the result thereof by the inspectors and clerk cf said election was duly returned ard delivered by Ibera to the town council of said town. Now Therefore, Be it resolved by the town council of the town of Mad- Florida, that said resolutions of the town council of May 4tr, A. D. 1909, having been duly ratified and made effectual by a majority of the qualified elector of f-aid town, who voted at the said election held July Gth A. D. 1009, the bonds nieBtioii ed in the resolutions aforesa'd be ex. ecuted and issued and that the same be disposed of and the proceeds of the sale thereof be used and applied according to the provisions of the charter of the town of Madison, be ing chapter 4313 laws of Florida.ap. proved JuDe 2nd 1893 as amended, by chapter 6070 of the laws of Flor ida approved May 10th, 1909, for the purpose set forth iu the resolu tions above referred to. Be it further resolved that the whole of the sum of 145,000.00 in bonds be issued or as much of each issued as the council deems necessary to carry out tbe intent of the said resolutions. Upon motion, ten per cent of each issue shall be in the de nomination of 100.00 each and the remainder for f500 00 each or as near as practical. , v On motion it was ordered that a correct copy of the minutes and re cords above set forth relating to the execution issuance of bonds for ex. tension of water mains andjJormitory or other such building in connection with the public school building no MADISON, FLA.. THURSDAY, situated In said town, now called the Honda Normal Institute, und for constructing ami maintaining a sew erage sjstim iu the town of Ma lison be without delay prepared bytLe clerk and the same after having oeen signed by the president of the town c mncil at.d countersigned by the clerk, with the seal of the tjwn at tiched, be delivered to the Mayor of the town of Madison, F.orida. On motion, a committee consisting of two, namely, L. A. Fraleigli, president of the council pnd Walter Bunting were appointed witli instructions of prepare the form of said bonds and to ascei tain and report to the council as to the cost of printing and engraving the same and report when the same can be delivered. Upon motion, council adjourned to meet Tuesday night 13lb. L. A. Fraleh;h, President of Council. Attest : S. P. G RUTIN, Clerk of Town Council. RUN-OVER LOCALS, Mrs. Tom Crawford of Ocala is visit log her sister, Mrs. J. B. TbomaB. We are headquarters for everything that's good to eat. Leslie & Waring. Mr. Mizolle, ot the Mizelle Live Stock Co., wb a visitor to our town this week. Try a mild sugar cured "Majestic." Every bum guaranteed. Leslie & Waring. L. A. Fraleigh, B. B. McC'all, Ola Sanders BDd R. S. Coleman erjjjyed an automobile trip to Quitmuo Tuesday. Mrs. Albert Fmlelgb and familv re turned to their plantation Tuesday for a stay of two weeks Mifs Clara Cog gins accompanied them. Judge J. D. Beggs and son, Jim, of Orjando, were visitor!" In the city this week, spending a few days with Mr. T. J. Heggs and (anally, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Leslie have again set up housekeeping and are now occupying the cottHge recently vacated by Howell Waring, Id tbe northern part of the city, near the cemetery. Come to us to purchase your feed corn, oats, hay and ''Stafolife." Fra. leijfti-Linee.Supller Company, Mrs. Charles E.Davis is expected home next week. Mrs. Davis has been at a BHcitarlum in Kirkeville, Mo., for sev eral months and we are glad to learn that she has been materially benefitted In health. The pipe organ of the Baptist church lias beeu installed in that building and will be used for the first time in public service on thetecond Sunday in August when Key. Tribble, president of Colum bia College at Lake City, will occupy the pulpit in place of the pastor who is now enjoying his vacation. The orgaD is a very beautiful one and was built by the same people who furnished the or gan for the Methodist church. It is somewhat smaller thai the organ in the Methodist church but lacks nothing in beauty of appearance or sweetness of tone. Sladleon nisy well be proud of having two such magnificent Instru ments dedicated to the service of Ood. How to Get Rid of Flies Ten or fifteen cents worth of "Quassia Chips," to be had at any drug store, will rid a house of flies for an entire season. Cover the bot. torn cf a plate or a tin lid with the drips. Cover with water and add a little molasses or sugar. Place near the window. The same chips can be used over and over again by adding water from time to time. The flies are very fond of this sweetened quas sit water and the least sip is fatal to them and they usually die within a foot or two of the plate. For stores, groceries, meat shops, etc., there Is nothing to equal this. Quassia chips are not poisonous to men, women, children or anything except flies. Ex. JULY 29, 1909. L'Entle a Candidate. Tbe St, Augustine Record says: After n stay of two days here get ting out printed matter for his cam paign, Mr. Claude L'Kiglc will start immediately on a tour or the State in behalf of his candidacy for the Unite.'. States Senate. He has decided to oppose Senator Tallrferro and will speud the next several months stump ing t' e State. In discussing his campaign with a Record representative he said he in tends to demonstrate to the satisfac tion of the people of Florida tbKl a poor man can run in a primary. lie starts from Pensacola on a railroad tour of tbe State a:d will spend 2 1.2 months traveling by rail, distribu ting his literature and meeting as many voters as possible. He expects to follow the railroad trip with an automobile tour, or rather with three automobile tours of the State, cover ing 9,000 miles in the auto. lie vis ited several auto manufacturers re cently while North, and arranged with one concern to supply him with an automobile and machinist for this trip absolutely free of charge, his only expense being subsistence for the mechanic and the fuel consumed by the auto. The manufacturer expects to be repaid by the advertising the machine will receive from the novel trip. Mr. L'Fngle stated that he would start at the Florida line in the vicinity of Per.sacols iu the auto on October 1st and intends to spend six months on the rod, traveling day and night as the occasion de mands. He will carry literature In the car with him and will distribute the same wherever he finds a voter. He intecds to dash into towns and run the machine to the most conspic uous spots, thereby having a big ad vantage over the speakers wt o will he anchored to stationary platform. He contends tnat tbe machine will at tract the crowds wheiever it stops and his audience will assemble with out expense to him. He has figured that be will travel fifty miles a day and will have ample time for his treb. le tour of the State. He will stop at farm houses and make the acquaintance of every voter, practrfally making a house to house campaign iu the country, presumably kissing the babies and winning the parents to his political views. He intends to tack up his campaign liter, uture himself, thus saving another big item of expense. Mr. L'Engle is known from one end of Florida to the other and he has many adm.rers among certain factions. He is energetic and origU nal and his candidacy will Inject some ginger into the campaign. HAND US YOUR ORDERS FOR PRINTING THE WORK 13 THE BEST lTIIE PRICE ISi RIGHT ft .i JOB'l r $1 A V 1MB Stetson College of Law The Steon College of Law'atD Land, Florida, was organized is. 1900, and has since done distinguish ed service fur the legal education o'. Florida boy?, A great many of th graduates of this department arc , holding places of distinction in the legal profession in Florida. Among them arc an acting United States Dis trict Attorney, a number of count? prosecuting attorneys, county judg es, and young men eminently sucT eessful as counsellors and attorneys. The Stetson College of Law has the finest Law Library, with one ex ception, in the State of Florida. The institution has expended thousands of dollars in building up this library of legal references, aud young inou who take Jheir Law Course at Stet son' are given an opportunity to learn hoar to use a Law Library. A glance at the Faculty List in the ' new Law Bulletin will be sufficient evidence that the University author ities are determined to -increase and - - '1 strengthen the teaching foroe fr.tn . '..37 year to year in the Lw -School-und to keep this department of the Uni versity to the fore-front among the Law Schools of ;he country. Requests for Law School Announ cements should be addressed to Stet son University, DcLand, Fla. Greenville News J. S. Tolar is spending this week ' in Jacksonville, Mrs. R. N. Greene has relumed ' to ber home at Chattahoochee after a pleasant stay of two weeks with relatives here. Her sister, Miss Laurie Allen, accompanied her home and will be her guest for the next three weeks. ' Mr, Wiukle, a prominent saw mill operator of Boyd spent Sunday here. - Miss Ilaffye Stripling, who for several months past has beec visiting her grandmother, Mrs. K. J. Hays, returned to her borne in Live Oak; " on last Monday afternoon. Bob Tipton came up from Jack sonville Sunday to spend several days with bis folks. John McLeod spent Sunday will, his mother at Sirmons. Charlie Harby visited Madison Saturday. Mrs. II. T. Wilkes went to Quit man Monday and will viit relatives there for' several day?. Mrs. K.J. Hays is visit ing ber daughter, Mrs. J. 1J. Barton, c Live Oak. Miss Pender arri veil Saturday from her home in South Carolina Green ville, if wo mistake not to visit her brother, L. A. Pender. She is a guest at the home of J. It, Fcwlcr. Miss Vera Lewis who for several weeks past has been the guest of Mrs II. S. Grillln, left Friday for her borne in Jasper. She made many triends among the young people dur. ing her stay here and all wish for ber return at an early date. Mrs. N. T. Willougbby left Fn--day for Reidsville, Ga., where she , will spend some time with relatives. Mayo only played two of the three games of ball they were to playT Thursday's game remlted in a score of 9 to 3 In fayr of Greenville. On Friday Mayo again lost to Green ville, tbe score being 5 to 3. Quit, man did not come Saturday as was expected. While at his work on last Friday afternoon Mr. Fountain, an employ ee of the Greenville Manufacturing Company, received a very painful wound in his side, tbe wound being made by a piece of flying limber that was hurled from one of the ma chines. . : , I. 1 !