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MADISON HKCOItnl R, Kslublisli.il IWt. L'ONS(l.ilATHI June 3.1, 1WM. Malison. Florida. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. II Mtet JuntSS, wn, til Ollifi 1 fcoi' n.li'i Ai't "1 M irdi ! COLUMBUS B. SMITH. Biltor. 7KnhnTiiitioi. ti.oi, piT vcar AilM-Mi'inti 'in inailwJinown nn ;imlic;ilion. Cnrrflt"i"l"l-' U'pU-asv wrnt on only one nidi nt I In lir. iltrii l in vmir ileim, bill nivi- cv.rv itim "I m. Vc mii-1 liiivi- the natnt'ot i-vi-rv rnntnbu not for imMicittton.lmt lliat m.iv knn tl esjioiulini", is .i itlicntic. AP nnor moiis com iiv;itin. will tinil ;t home r Iftv w.lc b.isK:t. filrrsn ill i tctnii!iiinir:itions tn I HK NhV KXTRMPIUSK, M tili.on. Floridh. TIICRSDAV, JfLY 1U0I0. The death of Chief Justice Fuller of the United States Su. preme Court which occurred last week brought sorrow through out tlie land. Justice Fuller was 11 years of age and bad served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court since lH, beina appoint ed to that high position hy Pivsi knt (irover Cleveland. He was a democrat and on of the brainiest lawyers this country j as i-vt.-r proilucid. Tli'.1 moving picture people u iiu Imught the ri','hi lor mak ing pictures of t iie "'uig light" ari l paid a fortune for the pri vilege wish no .v ID it tlii.-y I'Jiln't ,'n VI) so e,Ur'' The Ijigcillisof :he country are fal;inr over e.icli otlu-r in jsiihrg orders that the exhibit of t iif picture will not lje allowed tlierein and it is thought that they will lie barr ed throughout the country, thus materially re hieing the profits of the picture promoters. A sailor man has appeared who claims that lie ascended Mount McKinley and tiiere found the copper tube and records which Ir. Cook claims to have left there in proof of his ascent. Maybe so. The statement of the sailor man is being investigated. Perhaps some day it will bs proved that Dr. Cook also reach ed the north pole, but until in disputable proof is found the country will still believe that Dr. Cook is the greatest fakir of the century. (July one of our near-by sister towns as we have observed, shows up ahead of Madison in finances as displayed by b.'uk statements. That town is Quiticy where something more than half a million dollars is on deposit :n the banks. As far as we can gather from the reports ot the oanks as pu Dlished in the news papers, Madison cau show the largest deposits of any town between Jacksonville and Tal lahassee. If we have overlook ed any banking town in tlie ter ritory designated we will ac knowledge correction. Rioting throughout the coun try raaked the result of the great prize fight .between Jef fries, white, and Johnson, negro at Keno, Nevada, on the fourth of July. The negro put the white champion down and out in the fifteenth round and in so doing won for himself the title of un disputed champion of the world to say nothing of a comfortable fortune of more than jne hun. dred thousand dollars. The ne. gro population in some parts of the country felt somewhat 'cocky" and boastful because of the victory of their race repre sentative over the white man and made themselves obuoxious tct the white people ot their communities with the result that race riots flourished from one end of the land to the other. COST OF BAD RODS- It is a matter of tremendous import that in the United States bad roads are directly responsi ble for the loss of over a billion dollars a year. The saving of this stupendous sum constitutes an economic question of vast importance. According to the United States Agricultural De partment, the average cost to haul one ton of farm produce one mile is 23 cents; similar ser vice on European highways costs S cents. The chief business of the ma jority of the people of the State of Florida is to raise cotton with which to clothe the people of the earth, and to produce corn, vegetables, truit, pork and beef with which to feed them. Those having the interest and welfare of the state at heart are in favor of pursuing a policy that prom ises to the Florida farmer the greatest material prosperity and the highest degree of comlort aid happiness. The buildin ot good roads, the improvement of our public highways, the bet terment of the means of com munication. of travel, of trans portation throughout the coun try districts, will in a thousand ways add to the profits of farm ing and contribute to the com fort, dignity and well-being ol all those engaged in agriculture. Looking tn the future, we see the tinal triuii.p!'. of the good roads movement. We see throughout, tin nation bi tter public llioroughiarts. And as our public highways snail im prove and Dually attain the proper degree of perfection, we see a corresponding improve ment in the conditions of farm life. We see further that good roads have brought to the farm, er greater profits, drawn him nearer to the town and city, placed him in closer contact with the commercial world, giv en "lis children better schools and superior educational ad vantages, enlarged and extend ed his church privileges, given him better opportunities for moral and intellectual culture, brought him innumerable addi tional comforts and placed with, in his reach luxuries hitherto unattainable. Citizen Reporter, Madison town and Madison county extends to the guests within our gates a most cordial and hospitable welcome. We are glad toiwu'e you with us, farmers of Florida. We hope that during your short stay yc u will enjoy every moment a id that in your deliberations you will solve the problems which confront you and devise means whereby the future will be filled with happiness and prosperity to you. Madison county is one of the great agricultural coun ties of our State. Here our soil yields abundantly all that is required to make life pleasant and happy. Our own farmers ar progressive and energetic. Our business men are liberal aDd enterprising. Our people are hospitable and kind. We all recognize in you the producers of our State and know that in you rests the future prosperity and progress of our common wealth. With your co-operation we can achieve great things for material progress. Without it our State and country will de cline. Town and country are one, inseparable, each depend ent on the other. We need you, you need us. Let us work to gether for the common good. We have received a copy ot the latest catalogue of the Flor ida State College for Women, located at Tallahassee. In the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Music, the School of Art, the School of Expres sion and the School of Home Economics the courses of study h?.ve been arranged on the basis of the group system. This gives a wider choice to the student in the selection of courses, The erection of the large administra tion building, to be completed by September first, one of the largest aud most commodious college buildings in the South, assures ample facilities for the increased number of students that enroll every year. A cut of this building appears as a frontispiece of the new cata logue. Minutes of School Boarl Madison, Kla., July 6, 1910 Hoard met promptly at 10 a. ra full Hoard present. Minutes of lust meeting read and adopted. Mr Henry Mathers appeared le foie the lio.'inl :md asked tint his children he allowed to attend Su tnnns School . On motion same w:i gi aiited provided the Ti'ii;t.'is eon scnt'.'d also. The Superintendent wis au'hoi:. led to ol'i'.e-r 70 I :iii.i,l deslis. Tne Tnis'.ces of l'inetta s-huo ri'ioite'! tliat they tan s. ll the old building for I0o mel secure a lot worth 1011 if the li-.anl will creel ii snhahlc building on said lot. tin ninlion the Superintendent was au fiorized to get up plans and p;eill. cations for a building. Superintendent was authorized to advertise for bids on new build ings at Midisou and Pinctta, said bids to be received till noon Aug. 2, UUO. Settlement was had with tl.e treas. urer and all bills paid. There being bo further business Hoard adjourned. W, J. Bl.ANTOM, Attest: Chairman G. W, TlDDKR, St c rotary. WANTED. I want to buy 500 to 1500 acres of Timber or Timber and Land. Price must be right. Tf interested write and describe fully. E. J. Thomas, 6 30 3t Flint, Ga. A Col Jen WeiJin mean? that man and wife Imve lived to n gnod old Hg and comequently bavekept healthy. The best way to keep bealthy Is to see that your liver doei it'e duty VS dyn nut of 368. The only way to do tnli U to beep Ballard's Herbine in the boue anil tike It whenever your 1 ver gets inactive. 50 cents per bottle. Sold by W. B. Davis. I w 8392 PURS LIGHTEN YOUR . KITCHEN CARES. PUII ALUMINUM WARE SAVES MONEY. MCALTK, TIMC NO TEMPER lavi "Good I M omnia l la Bullion tiaoDV J houMMflVM who have I I found kitchen urn. f let so in iht only ware thai will not 1 break. Klf of run. I nor Koreh me I nn dainty pood 7 X X"Na. "V a , ' I I IT'S WORTHWHILE TO INVESTIGATE NOW ON EXHIBITION VTHARIN & LESLIE, Sav Good Bye" lor. ever to cook, no rroublet by throwing way your old rutt ing, corroding end calinj iron, tin and enamel uteniib. Re place lhi-m with 1892" Sr.. Aluminum War. A Fire Fighter's Astounding Story CF THE UNPARALLELED MERITS OF "BLOODINE" i,.. i f am J 4 .i.1 ' if v . rw U 4. l m. -1. ..Ttu.. 'J., i . i m J m vi r"'j) m my HARRY A. GLAZIER ENaiMI WHICH MR. OLaVCIBR RUMS. Sins of Danger. Bickieht, 3lte(tiM and faenrlnrhe, "tk before tbt avet," irreKtiUr heart rtion and Over trouble, Tb leverlty of the rly vtnptom drpendinff upon the mount of poioii which the kiiatyl bavt ftllowtd to ccauiB la tbc ayttero. SYMPTOMS. Aohlnf Pin Ovr Rlp, BftokftOfe), Bd tmnt Of Dnposlt In Drto, lrrttaUoa of tho Bladdor, Pain la Dtinattn. RbaiimaUam (ado old la blood i, Sidda BtopaaK tJrlna, Hibly Colored or Milky Wblt urut, aa biooo or Maoni la Urint, Rt toattoaol Ort ne, 0110101011 Aftor nnnaUot:, Tblok or Slufrg-tan Drtno, atoo In tbo Biaddor, OyatliLa (iDflammaUoa ot B lad der , Qatarrb ot Bladdar or Bowala, Pati noa 7odor Byoa, Voraolooa ApDatito, rbtrat. Oall Stoao, OraTel, Palo la Urotba, BwoUsa akloa, Dinned V tat on. Soooba Batoro tbo Ely. Bnanty unaa, Prwqaant vaiia, moato ury, uiiuoaanoaa, unDDiine, XtambaKO, Woaktaoaa, Loaaot Plaab, Irros olar Ha art Aotloo. Oloeratlon tt tba Blad dor, Bbtn Palo, Wftxy aod Ol ft Bad Odor NrM rVllWIUVHi SISFLS TEST FOR KIDIEl' DISEISE. Pill a bottle with urine t ttt It tUnd for twelve houn ; if there 1 a eliment or cloud- IntM of any tind yuu hive bldnry or bladder trouble, and you should commence taking Bloodine lo-dty. Dual wait until the dUcaac m too far advanced. BToodtoa com toe 1 battle for the oaoal r.aaiat. nuii oratm aitae. t-arge tampit oottia ty eaau ioe, A Prominent Pirfmnn ot Maiden. M1&1-. wrluit Miir. ?fith. ipov test winter I bi rf a eve re cold and it&tt'ira on my Kidnevs. ctunrif the moat exctuciHtint DHio almost everytimrl attempted to move ; I b4 tried eyreythtna; imiisia ble to jet relief, witli no uceeaa. until 1 wit aoV iaed to) trw "Bloodine " whlcb to mv (real siirprtie, eave me reuei a 1 moat from tne am doe, and before I bad taken one bottle I wta completely cured. " Bloodine " la a wondertul. vitalizina; tonic. If the blood la Impure, com plesion bad, appetite lost, atrenirtli gone, iod the whole ayatern la upaet by an accumulation of buutfte, it it time to try r' Bloodiac " to4f. Blooelne Cured rfamerrbii at tha Kldaav. IfAasHPritn, Vt., Sept, a, ioa Thi RLvtmutCo i Boiton, Mua. Oentlaman : I racetvad on of your bnriki, yav terday. I have been a great euSerer lor thirl y-thea weeka. pauinc bloody water, have been to the hoa pital, nave had frmr differeot ductora. They cailta 11 most everythina, and I got no better. PImmmdi me a aamplt bottle of your Bloodine for which 1 cloae ten cenii ia atampt to pay for aame. If it will do m any good I will tike it the reat of my life. Sifaed, MRS. OCl'AVIA I. CAKKENIKL Maihwtbi.d( Vt., Sept. 14, iota Tku BLOonrve Co.. Bovtoa. Him, Gentlemen I received your trial bottle of Blood ine. That waa not enough to do much for me, fori am very bad and weak, patting qaite a lot of olooi, Now, if ynu think that Bloodine will help me, fna may send ma one dollar a worth, I think by the time I take that I can tell if it will do me anv Signed, MRS. OCTAVIA K. CAKfENTER. MAtetinaLo, Vr, Oct ai, 1904 Thi BuwmwCo. Boaton, Mau. Der Hira: Ple4ae aend me aia bottlea of BloooV Ine. It I tat done me a world of good ; it haa topped the hemorrhage; and I am feeUog auach better. Respectfully, s. Blrned, MRS. ScTAlA B. CARPENTIaV We will forfeit i.aUthaonriaUotbeaboJ tettere, praviae geBuioaweae, cannot ba produtea. ) Bloodine Liver xm (kroou: CoMtipaaoa, Sick Haaoacb. ud Ui D. G. SMITH, Special Agent. $40.00 Handed to You and a good position with the accept ance. Big corporations make ad vance call for office help. Bookkeep ers and Stenographers wanted. Must have a large number by early fall. Draughon's Practical Business College Macon, Georgia The largest Business College Company in the world. 37 Colleges in 16 States. Established 22 years. $300,000.00 Capital Stock. 9,000 Students enrolled annual ly. Over 100,000 graduates in good positions. Home Study Course. Write for big Catalogue.