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70L IX-KO. 4& MADISON, FLA., THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910. $1 A YL AR ( Farmers" Union Convention. The annual meeting of tlie Fanu ert' Union of Florida convened here jejterday in the court house. The fteers and many delegates arrived Tuc-S'lny and early ye:t rday. The Sute Executive Committee held a meeting Tuesday afternoon in the court bouse and outlined a program for the general public exercises which was cm ltd out yesterday morning as Mlow: 10:00 a. m. Devotional exercise. 10:15 Address of welcome liy May or of Madison. 10:48 Response by M. IS. Knight, State President. 11:00 Add rets by ex-Gov;rcor N. B. Broward. 1210 Adjournment. Jue meeting piomises to be quite in interesting session. State uillciale lor the ensuing year aie to te fleet ed and many other matters of itnpur unce disposed of. The Union, while not as strotg tow in point of numbers as it was a year ago, is said to be in excellent working condition and the indie. Uouare that much good to the farm tr in an educational way will result. lAmong those present we note President M. S. Knight, of Lake City, State Secretary - Treasurer Pumpbries of Mariaoca, Hays of Alachua, who baa been holding an important position in the Urion at Savannah, (Ja,, Mayor Eric von Ax eleon, of Laurel Hill, Walton coun ty, and who, by-the-way,s Is the nominee for congressman from the third district of 'he Socialist party. Peter Stanley, a well known n?ws paper correspondent's here as press gfnt. The Convention will be in session tbrolgh Friday, but the exercises of jeiterday were all that will be open to the public. Ex-Governor Broward was pres. ut yesterday and delivered a fine speech to a bi audience. . We understand that DeSolO coun ty is the banner Farmers' Union wunty Id the state in this conven tion; lby have a full delegation here . Plnetta News- Mrs. A. L. Leslie went over to Valdosta last Sunday to sei ber bus buJ, who is confined there in tbe Suatorium suffering from injuries mUined recently in tbe wrecic on Hie Georgia & Florida Railway near 4at place. Mr. W. H. Allen left last Tueo dy morning for Atlanta where be will enter Draognon Business Col fge tor a short course in book, keeping. Miss Florrie Leslie returned to ber borne in Hamburg last Saturday af tot week very .pleasantly spent with. her cousin Miss Mamie Leslie. Hit, snd Mrs. G. Owens left last Thursday for an extended visit to 'datives in South Fla., poias. The Revival meeting at Ocklawil 1 closed last Sunday night. We are informed there were eighteen mem. kri in all added to tbe roll of mem bersbip. Mr. and Mrs. James Cottingbam visited the lady's parents, Mr. and Mr. Jno. Cowart last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cornell and children visited relatives in Valdosta Saturday night and Sunday. W. H. E. Terry returned jtteek from Indian Springs seem HJ much improved. Mr. C, M. Slater after spending "era! days with bis parents Mr. Mrs. J. M. Slater left last SaU ""Vv for Palatka to resume bis du. 4 Engineer ou the G. 8. fe. F. ilay. RUN-OVER LOOALS. Try Dr. O. B. Wi!litiis Liver and Kidney I'illa fur Bilhuusness. The Five Hundred Cnrd elub will meet to morrow with Mrs. C. (J. Mor row us hostess at 4::;o. N. W. Campbell of I.ainont win u visitor to this olllce last week, leaving a 'renewal" aa token of good will. Misb Lillimi Ellis will leave Friday for Haltimore. Her friends here will anticipate with pleasure her return in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Handell Pope expect to leave next week for Lumy, Va and other summer resorts, They will Dot return until October. A. C. McLeod, and Mr. Kuundtree both prominent, business nin of yuit iiir.n epent Thursday in town, having come over in .Mr. Mel.eod's machine.. Edwin Hluloek of Macon, Ga., who hits beeo visiting friends in Valdosta arrived in Madison Monday and is the welcome guest of Crawford Armstrong for tbe week. Frank Martin went to Valdosta ye: terduy and brought Mrs. Martin home. She m rapidly improving and will, ii is believed, soon be completely recovered from tbe shock of her recent accident. Mr. J. B. Hardee and family spent Sunday in Live Oak with .Mrs. Track Parramore. 'J'bey made the trip In their automobile returning that evening and bringing Mrs. Parramore with tbem for a week's visit. Miss Kosa Glass, one of Madison's brightest and prettiest girls is now teaching in the Plnetta school. As Is her custom she came to Madison Fri day to remain over Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Dr. Lone. When Bloodinb Rhhjmatic Lini ment has cured bo many caees of Hheu mutism, why do you suiter with this terrible affliction, it relieves all pain In stantly, 25c and We a bottle. D. G. Smith special agent. A. Livingston affectionately known by tbe whole town ae 'Mr. Archie" has. been quite slclc for some time. Great was the pleasure of bis many friends to see bim Wednesday on tbe streets for tbe first time in many week. Prof, and Mrs. Welter B. Cate went Wednesday to Jacksonville where they will leeve via the Merchant and Min ers Steamship Line for Baltimore, Washington, New York and other points. They will be absent three Weeks or more. Tbe "Earnest Workers" of tbe Pres byterian church beld Its regular meet ing last Thursday witb Mrs. Vann as is their time-honored custom After tbe bus! nees meeting tbe dainty little hoe tees served ber guests witb figs witb s grsoioue hospitality which is all ber own. Beer drinkers snd others who suffer with Bright's Disease, Diabelie, Back Aohe.or any Kidney or Bladder Trouble ean be cured If they will take Bloodine Blood and Kid.nev Tablets, 50o a box, mailed by The Bloodine Co., Ine , Boston, Mass. D. G. Smith, special agent. Rev. Curtis Grubb of tbe Episcopal church will be from Saturday to Mon day at the Merchant's bote! as tbe guest of Mrs. J. L. Fouda. Bis services will be ss follows: Early communion at 7, and Sunday School at 0:45 a. m.; preaching srvicesat 11 a. m. and again at 7:45 p. m. A large crowd of young folks attend ed the plcnio at Ellaville Saturday from here. Among tbem were tbe following: Misses Nina and Mabel Stroud, John son and Willie from the Stroud house, MisBes Wynema Burnett, Rosa Glass, Gwendolyn and Ruby Horton, Ella Weeks and Uattie May Beasley and Messrs Don Weeks, Win. Dickinson, Ed Glass, Chandler Baker and Lyone. Our ice wagon leaves the plant every morning at six o'clock and every after noon at four o'olock. - Tbe morning de livery will be for all Ice takers. The afternoon delivery will be only those orders for which orders have been re ceived up to tbe time of tbe wagon leav Ing tbe plant, 4 o'clock. If you want ice in the afternoon send or telephone vour order before four o'olo:k. We want to satisfy our customers id every way and if you bsve complaints of the service please let us bave them. Madi son Electric Power Comp my. tf I Mrs. .T. P. TowiiMMid spent the week end in Greenville where she visited her mother. I Jim Nevan is being congratulated by his friends at the arrival of a spleudid boy who eame lset Sunday night. Kor Stile: Shingles and Augusta brick. Prices sutialHctory. See (.'has. C. Carroll or telephone number til. 4t. Mrs, If. M. Sutton and little son bave been spending some time at llumpton Spring. They are expected home late this week. (Sam Cobb of Jacksonville, formerly of this place is ill with typhoid fever, but Is doing as favorably as is possible for that tedious disease. Lost, Strayed or Stolen: About June 5th, dark brown cow with calf; duck legged, unmarked. Reward for return to Willie Johnson, !.', Pin. 4t Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Leslie and young son arc spending to-day in Valdosta where thev will visit Andrew Leslie of Pinetia who is still eonllned to his bed at thelJalcyon Sanatorium. S. It. Simins of Atlanta spent Sunday in Madison A pretty Madison girl who gave the. reporter this item was partic ular to Btate thitt this was strictly a business trip, so we are willing for it to go at that. rtev. snd Mrs. "T. C. Bradford left Monday for SuwBnnee Springs where they will visit their daughters, M fa ct amen Porter, Ulackwell and Ilryson who occupy a cottuge at Suwannee dur ing tbe beated season. The little Misses Alice and Nelle Car roll who have been fur two weeks visit ing their aunt. Mrs. C. B. Smith will return to Monticello Saturday and will be accompanied by Mary Frances, Sara and Katherine Smith. Are you tortured to death daily witb Eczema? Why nuffer when Bloodink Ointment will give you instant relief and permanently cure you, 50o a box mailed by The Bloodine Co., Inc., Bos ton, Mass D. G . Smith, special age it. Ma, George Porter and wife made a visit to Live Oak their recent home last week. Major Porter returned to Madison, Mrs. Porter remaining sever al days longer in Live Oak visiting ber eon and daughter, Mr. Edward Porter and Mrs. Airtb. yl Rev. L. E. Moore, presiding elder of tbe Tallahassee District, arrlvtd here Monday and is receiving electrio treat ment from Dr. Ystee. White here he is sleeping at Rev. T. C. Bradford's but is the guest of Mrs. C. B. Smith at meals. He will leave Fridsy for other appoint ments. Teething children have more or lese diarrhoea, which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is necessary is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of tbe bowels more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse tbe system. It is Bate and sure Sold by all druggists. Mlssee Lilla Fralelgb and Mary Bur ton returned borne Thursday after a Visit to Mr s.Sam Cobb of Jacksonville, during wblob visit tbey were delight fully entertained by their hostess, Mrs. Wm. Jordan, Mrs. Wm. Mitobell and others, and were the popular recipients of many attentions snd compliments. Do you bave the dark brown taste in your mouth every morning when you awake? If so.you are bilious and should take two or three of those Utile Blood ikb Liver Pills, eaey to take, never Bicken, weaken or gripe, 25o mailed by The Bloodine Co., loo., Boston Mbsb. D. G. Smith, special agent. Mies Mary Tucker, milliner for tbe J. E. Hardee Co., will leave Friday for ber home in Sandersville, Ga,, where she will spend a month with her mother after which she will return here Miss Tncker has made many friends In Mad ison who will be pleased to lesrn that ber absence is to be only a temporary one. Staryed to Death is what could truthfully be said of many children who die. Tbey bave worms, poor tittle things they don't know it snd you don't realize it. If your child is croes, fretful, pasty oom plexioned snd losee weight for no ap parent reason, give it White's Cream Vermifuge, you will be surprised at the results and how quickly it picks up. Sold by W. B. Davis. Iist: Iron gray mare, iilmi.t foir years old, brande.l of left cbnuMer, to poor to work. Finder return to J . E Williams. I.ee, Flu., and receive reward. M is. A. I.ivingsU n. jr., und children who have been visiting Mrs. John Vin .ftnt at Luke City, was joined this week by her sister, Mrs. Perkliis of Jackson ville, and both ladies with their families and their mother are visiting their aiiutB, the Misses Vlnzunt, near Lake City, it being the occasion of a rure and dellubtlul family re union, Hon. Knox Livingston who arrived here Thursday of last week to visit hie brother, was called home Monday by the death of hie wife's mother, Mrs. Well's, of Hennettsvilel. The Jeceiised was in jured by a fall several yenra auo and has since been a great, tliough wonder fully patient, sufferer. She had a stroke of paralysis and her passing was swift and peaceful. The Midison Motor Car Company Is the style under which a new tirui will do business in Madison, Messrs. McC Tharin and B. B. McCull have purchas ed a half interest in the automobile bus iness of Coleman & Wade anil the new firm will open up a new garage in the near future supplied ."lib automobiles of several makes for hire and sale. We wish tbe new company unlimited suc cess. Hev. T. C. Bradford on Ruturday last broke at one stroke a life time reputa tion for dignity and at the same time established a precedent both senseble and appropriate to this weather. He preached to his Saturday's congrega tion in his shirt sleeves. However it is fair to bim to state that he did so not from choice but necessity, having lost bis coat from his buggy while driving to II ickory Grove. It wae picked up by a negro and restored to Mr. Brad ford on bis way home. Accompanied by Mrs. Bradford, he returned to Hickory Grove Sunday, preaching at 11 a. m. Notice to Contractors The Board of 1'ublic Instruction will receive sealed bids for the erec tion of a school bouse at Madison and ono at Pinetta until 12 o'clock, noon, Tuesday., August 2nd, 1910. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of tbe county superin tendent and can be bad upon appli. cation. Tbe Board reserves tbe right to reject any and all bids. G. W. TEDDER, 3 County Superintendent. A Millionaire's Baby attended by the highest priced baby specialist could cot be cured cf atom acb or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it MoGee's Btbv Elixir. Cures diarrhoea, dysentery snd all derangements of the stomach or bowels . Price 20 cents snd 50 cents. Sold by W. B. Davis. notice. Tbe Registration books for Madi son county will be open at my office on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sat urdays beginning August 1st, 1910, and closing October 8th, 1910. Tbe district registration officers will open tbe district registration books on Monday, Sept. 5th, 1910. G. II. TEDDER, 3t Supervisor of Regist-ation. NOTICE. We hove just received a car of American Wire Fencing, all heights. Thc J. E. Habuks Co. DESIRABLE I have a few building lots left in PARK PLACE. Buy a lot, build a home a,nd stop paying rent- P. J. PARRAMORE PrcceeJinns County Commisloners Madisou, Pin., July 4, 1'JlO, Hoard of County Commissioners met this d;iy for the purpose of cqimlizing taxes for the yenr 1010. Present: L. K. Moore, J. P. Taylor, B, McLcod nin) J. E. Wiilimus. Board was called to order and read ing of ininut.es dispensed with. It. J. l'aterson, Tux Assessor, appeared and presented tax liookr for the year 1910, and same were txarniccd by the Board ami the fol lowing changes made in assessments, to-wit: Vaeuiit lot of Mrs. Jtinn 1. Smith in town of Madison, raised Iroui oOG to It 1000. Vacant lot of T. J. lej;gs, nortli of W. II. Dial's, town of MndUon, rnised from 500 to U0. Vacant lot of T. J. Ucggs, south of H. V, Moseley's, town of Madison raised from fr:!U0 to f 100. House and lot of Mrs. Delia Thomas, town of Madison, raised from 700..to tlOOO. ' Store hoiise ami lot of Mrs. Thco. Frabiji, lot 179 block 28, town of Malison, raised from 11250 to tlOOO. On motion John Keller was allow ed a reduction of 11800 on machi nery for the year 1009, and the tax collector was instructed to make rcj duction in accordance with said re duction, There being no further changes a be made on motion books were (with exceptions o' changes named above,) And there being no further busi ness board adjourned until first Mon day in August at which time they meet again to bear complaints from those who are dissatisfied with their asaessmtnts. T. Z. MARTIN, Clerk. Madison, Fla.. July 6th, 1910. Board of county commissioners met this day in regular session-with all members present and same was called to order by tbe chairman and the following proceedings were bads Minutes of last two meet'ngs were read and approved. Petition to have Mrs. Ranevr put on pauper list on motion granted, she is hereby allow, ed IG per mouth from June 1st. On motion Tom James and wife were pnt on pauper list at t4 per month trom June 1st. On motion Mrs. Sallie liizer was put on pauper list at 15 per month from date. . S. Armstrong camo before the board and asked for a reduction of 1600 on personal property for tbe year 1900, on motion granted. W, M. Wills came before tbe board asked that be be relieved from paying taxes on all live stock assess ed against bim for the year 1909 on account of said live stock not being in the county January 1st, 1909, which on motion was granted. Petition to BtraigHen and thro up and bridge public road across Fanny Lamb Bay was again taken up, and bids opened and considered, and upon motion J, C. II arrell was (Continued on page 8.) CITY LOTS 7 - A.