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VOL IX-NO. 23
MADISON, FLA.. THTJRSDA"Y, FEBRUARY J?, 1910- $.1 A 4K RUN-OVER LOCALS. Overcoat at Taylors Mix Florence Bowman, an attractive toung ' Newberry, 8. is the pintol Mrs. narne morrow. For Rule: 30U0 bushels Florida Saw) PmouU, all new crop, hand picked, touud and briiiht. twu & Hall, Lowell, Florida. lest. Archer Smith of Champaign (hipped , carload of meat hogs to Jckfonville lilt Friday, tbia making tba fourth cur ilhogs that ba baa abipped this winter Mr(. William II. D al one of the en- thutuxtiv members of the Cacd Club, ipeued tbe doors of her elegant lomn Hunday afternoon tor a Rume of Five Hundred which wag benrtily enjoyed by ill present. Shoe.'-? Why yea - at Taylor's. Rv. w R. Ivey, pastor of the Bup lilt church, left Tuesday mornmir for Jitkeonville where he Is attending tbe siMtiuK of the Laymen's Mieaionary Movement, a movement which ia world aide in its soope, embracing all the eviDgelical cliurchea and baa for its purpose the evangelizing of every na. lion during tbe present generation. Tba enrollment of p'iplls at the Nor nil bat passed tbe four hundred mark nd still they come. Pofeaaor Cats ia sf tbs opinion, with good reaaoo, that Wore romy weeks have elapsed tbe Ivs hundred tusrk will be resebed and MMed. And dow tbs question of ao SDamodHtions for tbe pupils becomes Bort and more perplexing. O, for some tbiliutbropiit who will build some dwelling bouses in the town. Tbe members of tbe County Demo cratio Eiecutive Committee should bear 1b mind thnt next Saturday, 5th inet., il the date set fur the meeting of the Kioimittt-e which will be held in tbe court bouse at Madison. At tbia meet icg preparation will be made for the bolding of the primaries in this county nil it may be said that the meeting of lie committee furinully opens tbeeam psfgn. It is now up to the candidates to "gt-t busy." Tbe body of Miss Glsdys Smith ar rived here, from Central, 8. V , on Mon day Ihbi and was interred In tbe f imily (round in Oakland cemetery tbe same sftsrooun, Mies Gladys was the daugn ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith of Kampala. She was attending school at Central and on Monday of last week while standing before the Are in ber room her clothing became ignited and be received burns which resulted In nsr death on tbe following Friday. The etrsaved family has tbe sympathy of tbsir many friends. Xext Sunday morning st the Meth edist church there will be held a servioe ander Hie auspices of the W. C. T. U. nd Mrs. Florence Ewell Atklns.Nation 1 Orguiil.er and Lecturer of the asso ciation will speak to tbe people of Mad ison, hi (be evening the lady will lecture at the Baptist cburcb. Mrs. Atkins is highly spoken of by tbe press Ms lecturer of magnetism and ability, tolding her audience with ber elo tusnce from her opening words to the slow. A cordial Invitation is extended Is everybody to Attend these eervioes. FreBh anil full line of Garden Seed just received at Smith 'a drug store. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fonda enter tained with cards on Thursday evening io their usual hospitable manner in bim. or of their guest, Mra. Singer, of Phil adelptia. The decorations were lovely hotbouee plants. The entire lower floor wbs thrown open for the occasion. A two courae tea was served which ad led to the preside of Mrs. Fonda as a splen did Housekeeper. Punch was served in he dining room by Mies Parker, the bowl being surrounded by crimson ca melius. The muaio was a charming fea lure of the evening as the -.iiiglijc of 'Miss Fonda, Mra. lteeve and Mr. Thornton delightml the guexts. To-night at the Council looms the regular monthly mwtmg or tliu Board of Tracis ill he licit) at which it ia earnestly b'iped every number of the orgiiiiiziitioii will be present. The mat ter of a real room for the benefit (if our county people when they are in town is to be dually detei mined, report of the various committees will be beard and acted upon, and otbr inlre-ting and Important matters discussed. Tbe Board of Trade san be made a useful or ganisation If tbe members will but taks tbe proper interest Bd attend the meetings. Let all be present to-night at the council chamber, 7:30 o'clock. Mies Robertson has met with slgual success in ber dancing school and on Valentine's Dsy, Feb. 14, she will have a masquerade ball, opening with fancy dancea by tbe pupil under fourteen year of age. Ticket will be on al at Davis' drug store at an early date and all save tbe pupils will be asked to pur chase them. Fifty cents each is tbe price and this Includes supper and the privileges of the floor. Hiss Robert sou is sparing no effort in perfecting her pupils In her art and e understand that there are various remarkable little devoteea of the Terpslcborean art among them, Naturally seeing be lieving and both the children and their teacher are eaxioua to be put to that test. So remember, Valentine night at the opera house. Fifty iTents admission, and all dancers requested to be In fancy costume, and masked. Having closed bis school at Cherry Lake lifter a most successful term, Joeeph J. Dickinson, principal, bus re tired permanently from tbe teaching profession and will hereafter devote bia time and talent to tbe practice of law. Mr. Dicklnaon expects to leave to mor row for Sacford where, in partnership with hi brother, Charles P. Dickinsoo, he will open up law offices both at that place and also in Orlando. The Messrs. Dickinson are bright, energetic young men, will equipped with profound knowledge of the law, and we predict that before many years have passed (bey will occupy cooimanding positions at tbs Florida bar. We deeply regret to lose thetn as citizens of our county where they grew up In manliool, and we congratulate the cities of Sanford snd Orlando In securing tbetn as citi zens. May unlimited success attend you, boys. Your Madisoo friends will be sl- ways pleased lo bear of your progress nd prosperity. Financial Statement of School board. Jan. 4, 1910. nieajPTs: Dec. lfl J. Ellison, county lew ITH.B'I polls 3U.0O 217 HO Deo, 1 S J Ellison, county levy 194. 1W Polls 4U.00 234.16 Total 1451.90 EXPENUITURS: 341 J V Matheny, teaching 40 00 Hi I'artia Muhley, .. uo no 343 Lula Wyche, .. 25 00 344 El he' Johns. .. 40 00 345 Mapglc Mae Perry. . 3n 00 340 Roaa tstroiul, .. Mi O 34S Lma Wyche, .. 25 00 IU9 VV HCai. .. 4-, on 3W Whittle I'lckiuson .. 1ft oo' 3 1 W li Young, Ho 00 3fi2 Eva Towtmend, .. 40 00 353 O V Mrl.aln. .. 17 40 3o4 Frances Faglie, . . 35 Oil :t.r5 N lair. ,. 40 00 3uU J J llickinann, .. 85 CO :s57 Cora "iebbins, .. 24 5o 3f8 t'allie Harnett, .. 45 00 3'tf H II llouhton, .. 25 00 Iiil Mary L Harrs, . . In no 302 Agnea Apthorp, .. 40 00 303 K t w arren, . . 40 00 .114 VI ra Calhoun .. 75 00 305 Pauline Conksey, .. 20 00 SOtl M (i i onald-on, .. 35 00 7 Adele Clayton, .. 45 00 308 Mattle Jarvia, .. 35 00 3U9 W J Itabb. h mling, 17 70 370 L L Henderson, teaching, 40 00 371 belle Flowers, .. 35 00 372 Llzsie Kumett, .. 85 00 373 Irvle Sweat, .. 82 bO 874 Ma tie Starling, .. 8500 S75 Jennie Wanton .. 35 00 376 Lillian Barnett .. 25 00 377 Virginia Green, .. 20 00 378 McLeod Bros., furniture, 8 85 379 H A Wood, hauling, 32 60 380 Henry Anders. n, hauling, 41 70 381 Z T Terry, fixing well, 1 00 382 W 3 Hlanton, expenses and Hoard member 14 00 383 Q W Tedder, expenses 1510 384 C H Smith, printing, 13 60 385 Citizens' Hank, interest 12 55 380 Q W Tedder, freight and ex. 4 00 87 J M McLeod, Hoard Member 7 00 338 S H Sloan, Loard Member 4 00 3Mi T w Me, treasurer 16 71 3U0 U W Tedder, salary. 100 Oil 391 Rebecca Alexander, teaching 25 00 29 George Grubbs, hauling, 1 25 30 liauk of Crtenville, freight, 17003 Total 2101 09 I oertify that above report is true and oorreut. W J lilanton, Chairman Attest: O W Tedder fecy. Photography. Come and get your picture made. I have Just got a nice supply of ev erything to make a photograph and for tbe next thirty days I will make the regular $4 a dozen cabinet pic. tures for (2,50 a dozen. Come and let rue show you. C. T. LY'EXS. Hamlet had melancholy, probably caused by an inaotive liver. A b'd li'er makes one cross and irritable, causes men Ul and physical depression and may result (lis astrouslv. Ballard's ilerbine ia ac knowledged to be the perfect liver reg ulator. Ifycu'r blue and out of sorts get a bottle to day . A poitive cure for bilious headache, oonatipatlon, Chills and fever and all liver complaints. Sold by W. B. Davis. .Lee News, Mrs. Baker of Madison visited fi lends ami relatives Sunday, Mr. Moye Whttty returned to Madison Monday where be will take up bia studies again, Mes'lames StlUra and Haven spent part of Monday in Madison. Miss Ilah Fcanif-ide spent a few days nt her home near Madison l:iit week. I Mrs. G. V. Uutlierfotd tr-'tn Madison spent Sumlny with Mis. Fate Rutlierfonl. Miss Minnie Johnson of HaMwin. Fin., Is vitsiling her sister, Mrs. Will Wriulit. Miss Miibclk' Flier spent Sunday with her sunt, Mrs. Williams. Mm, llaulinan who baa been vik. ilinj; ber ilmightcr, Mrs. Sulliviiii, returned to lier home in Alaliumi liml lViday. Miss Willie McDttniel spent last week with Mrs. Wright. .She and Mif Minnie Jonnson spent Sunday with Mrs. McDaniel near here. Mrs. Ben Ponder ia very ill now. Notice to Contractors. Notice Is hereby given that tne Board pt County Comoiinsioners will meet oo tbe lotb lost to consider bids for en larging jail at Madison, Fla., and invite all persons interested to oll at Clerk'a office in Madiaon and examine plane and specitioationa for uid building and a ibmit aealed bills accompanied with oertitied check for not lege than 10 per oent. of bid by 12 o'clock, noon, Feb. 16th, 1910. for consideration by the Hoard. Ily order of the Board. Feb. 2, "10 T. Z M aiitih, Clerk. United States LanJ Office. Gainesville, Fla., Jan. 25, 1910 Peraons who have sent money lo tli6 Land Olllce for which they have received no receipt are requested to inform the undersigned, giving the date tho money was sent, amount snd how. (Money order check, ex press or registered mail.) IInMir S. Chuiib, Hcgistor. Siiiki.ds Waiiiikn, Receiver. Ladies. Call at Moseley's Drug Store. I have h few piites of elegant i tuna left over from ray Holiday trude. 1 am M'llltii: at cost. I can )li"c you in prii i! ami (ioihIs. Tax Asscssois Notice. Notice ia hereby given tli.it I will vim I each pitrinct in this county for tLii uriiMe of nH.i8itig !Stto and County taxes for the year 1910. I will lie hi the ililT rent precincts on dates named below. Let every tax payer meet me and make returns as the law directs. Look for me as follows: Oak Grove, Feb .3 I'd, 14 forecoor L'liem Lke, " 4iU, ' forenoon Madison. February 5th, 1910,. Moselty Hall, 7i.h, " Tuten, 8ik, " Greenville. " 9th, Hamburg, " 10th, Hixtown, " I ltd," Reactful y, Robt. J. Patkkmon, Tax Assessor. NOTICE ! No meat will be received for full Month's Storage after January 15th. Cold Storage rooms will be clos ed for annual overhauling on February 15th. . Madison Electric Power Co. MADISON, FLORIDA u Oup Stock is Now COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT 8 We Want Your Business. We GUARANTEE Everything we Sell! t If DmrmrTTann -ha k nhnar "Rneev. such as vou see in catalogues and newspapers for Forty to Fifty 'l W ML eVTA J KJ UU W ' i" a ' I Dollars, come to see us and we will supply your wants, but remember, we do not guarantee a thing, but ti it yrrin Vvrnr OTn T.TnE Vehicles we will stand by them- REMEMBER, we will sell you just as jll J" W UUJI vi w - B Cheap a anybody and are here to Make Good any defects- I raleigl-ILii-ries-Sln-elf ea? Oo'y.