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1 A IRAK i , .lAK u'AR'' 10. , . 1 : N b m n is- n of Present FSsciric Plar.t EsktivD To City Buying Cams. I 1 i Mi.' ::. Ml I 'I', i mm coo hit jail mes IMTS AH 0 ill PB!S0;4EI!S REEB Voik Suppcu-J To Have Been Cone By Exparts fs 3uililt;e Time Was Taken. M! Pris i oners ire Still St Liberty. ,11 I"1'1 k, lit : p. a.. .1."). I 1 ,n regular session. W, H D'tvis . niter r f I 1 i-Sell. I). II '.lip, f I. ,i...utinT un'f I'ljininiiii'M" J!" "' o i1ii,i-i''"v,;''' . , ,AiSo. Or. Wrodowa UK OHinance Couim'tUe, en. d , Oiilin'"'1'1' lo 1 '"moW u-nrunoiiui-e rules autl regu- imw for ibe prevention, control munigeiuenl of contagious Uis .(,indt" piovi.Je penalties. Ami mid Mif was put upon mniee wlih U, following result: (tfD.II. Viw, W. . Davis, E. ButeM. Walu-r Hunting and L. Fraleicll. NV. none. r- d Ijv the piesidcnt, counte , i !,v the eh tk nnd ordered ,ii u i i. 'ie M ivor for bis ap n' ii. 1 a approval oi same to n. :.e liook of Ordinance. (it full 'Wins ngnicst the a tv' jv maraim-d . found cor tMku ui iiH'.t p." Ml: Jit ii. 10,11 i.nlii'P (h'.rv. ;Kiili-riif''-lv'"i'ler, printing '.IT! I 'I.. J.... ,l,,.r t'oruish- n.aiket i,. salary, 51 1: b.nnitorv. Power ( d, , si ivi-' Mad bull Kit (. MM' Pu . liylif. .lii'i 1 1 . 00.00; W. II. IP 25.(.'0; J. 1. Ciiilliii. I G. P. iintVni. fr 508.90; li. T. Uriltiii f.i: scw. -at 3,U64.16; W. A. L:.le. Mi'my. 10.50; W. A. Dale, httvet wi k and mule bourU 112 !.6ii. On motion cmiiiiil adjourned. S. 1'. CkIvhs. 1'p.rk. r.ii'.lin.: Vi l-r.t ; '"'i ;!i'.' li 'M ii..; i ill; fui' ;! J'..::j ,-,.r- 1 A. r:..i.li. I':'.- . , i 1 i ui : T. '. 'i.i'.!i. V i I'r.-i lent ; .,. , , , vv M ,. , .. ,... :. 1 ' ' tn'"-J'- W I ' ' . i 1 . ' ' I I Ml ' I I'M l-'IH Ull'i j.I. W. Wad-awordt. Ci-i.i..,-. W;l.o.l.s..r one and .. f.ovK p:.n j pa.ativ- natcments of laH ytutnl liiok.! iitto '.lie Madison county jail Miiiiiii -s and the y ar In f..ie wt re j and I'ln rated all prifconeit. cot. lined j rend dIiiiwiiij; a lart1 iiicn ase. in li-' tlitji j 'I' pusits an 1 i.'.in'i:tl liiiaiiie.ss in p! lntl( l 3 ,.f tni- l:sfur Jeiini'.niv. wviy lu., jiriic .iti:;, 'l.iJI: i; l3-ii i U :.': Fralri,, mi ir ..:Mil.;ii W) ,HU jiy, HM: . i2.'.; Walur I -.'r. ;-M:i.iiM,n Kit . 1 - ; M:tdisnll ins onall pox (, Kiililand, '.. 12 50: I.. 1 1 HO; K. '.i'; I). 11. Yatt-s ;. 1 i:ivis. btiiniy , n!.;iiij, salary, i i Tower Co., Madison, Ha.,. Ian. 12. it'll. Council met pursuant to 'all rrecent: K. C. li.vsell, W. '. Davis, I). II Talcs, L. A. Kr,i,cinli, pres., and Walter Hunting. Dr. C. II. Smith, president of the Madismi Kleeirie l'ower Co. nppe.nred bi-lure tlie 'Council at the rtnuot of the Heard, for the purpose of di"'j.issiiig the ndvitaliility of 'he town l"i.i'i(.', the Klectiic Lulit iind lee plaut from faid company, and after di: cun-intj the uialter it was iuoe I .md finrifd that a cnininiU' ut one lM nppt.inted fur lh pill 1" -f "f ii:' -anting the r seM n'i vnim of naid plant, an 1 ;lri' h'- h- ' '", " '' 1 '" employ an i x p i t on .. :'' li.ht iiimi linn i e to :t"o'. i:'.U! in ! . ' i. -' favor o f t h e y e a r just eiiilt'l. Dividend No. 2fl for ".5"(l was declared, 15,(100 left in the sirplus fuu.l and nearly 112,'joo as undivided piofits. This with the banks eapilal ot $7j,"(l0 makes it, one of the larist hanks In middli Florida and the only Nation al hank in Madison county. We understand thai the I uinets of the bank for die year ending was so satisfactory that the uirecto.s last in. Confined in ibe jail wert- four pris'-nets from Taylor county and two from Madison co'inly. The Taylor county prisoners were J. V. Rose, held on the cliaige of bigamy and N. W. Vadgc't charged with murder with .). K. Johnson and II. I. Padgett as accessories. J. A Beattv for murder and K L. Dixson for selling mortjiaged the I property were I ",",,,!, .1. Ii. .Minson and II. T. Padgett helievinii that they ivoulo he cleared of the eliaige nyaiul them when they bad their trial, leinaine''. in the jail. The job was evidently doiiu by experienced hands as but a frw min- ntes win cousmued for tin; entitu jnli utul willl'iut enough noise to at tract nny attrition wha'soeyer. L'p to the time of g"ing to prew none of the prisoners have been re-captuicd. CITIZENS BANK PROSPEROUS The CitiJtcns Hank of Madison ,, ,.,i,.i u.r,na of Jheld its annual meeting I ' lomdsome two story banking houee j "vening in he ollices of the ins I on thcr lot at Southwest corner of ""l1;"'1 iu.nge a.,1 Kutled,,. streets. We matters whi"b came up for consider i ... .,c .li. i .... i t ntioii w; the election of ollicers to , will u;ivr ueil': iu o., v...., . .... - i as mi,',, S we cm the full resniien oi um oies.io, ,mo- dir. i ;oi-s being re-i lei ted. Uepurts siiow that the year j'ls' .: s,-, w is o::e of the nio-', pro!-per. ,11- Hi the !ii-t'" of tie' n.iiik, I'lie ,u I ,!y he ii in operation a j pai lieulars. NEW COURT HOUSE IN QUESTION ' if ln;i! ling a new I Ma lis a . onMV i dis.m- I. 'i'le i- :.,! t: . :.r-,di ..i. i walei-. fTi.'l.:,;i ; Ma lioii Klectr.c at the inn; vi.lue f - in.e. iilioii the j n si t' ' ' appoint"! W. li i x i ".i n i i too with I iie in-' ; '"' " pol l his lilldll.gs as e i' : a hie. On ii'otioii etiuneii a l.i-'u: ie S I. t, nn hn. Wl.i The 'j'l'. si ion ei ant house fi ir being i'i-''a!!v are many who ' et.un -l.oii! I , j Ibis ! . ' -''I l-uiali::-. v.!.i '; :ie war ,i,d t' -!n ; to KiM.,1- a l i w i I .: ' . .11 i t bi Ii , ; i,ii-m ; I. ' en it ha- j. b i- .li-.i I' M is 'II '': iolllll if tin I e I . s 'i 1 1 ' I . ' ,11 'A . A lb 1 I ii ptie'. J7 ."lO'i apital . i -. a ill lhat d iois in .'i.'l pei' i .Vi.' '"'. Je ol'ief .11 in I he. st ile ll I'lel'.Ilj' eh " ""Ut . d. Villi ltd . . '(''I'll in I at UK! nieei ARBOR DAY. M4fcSuwiii'u, I, nt W. M. flol- ;iy bus iss:.i ii t,,. annual sugges ve 1 1' -j. i;tn ; ' . ,. observance of i'lw iJ.ii in tin public schools -''iiji'iu'i ;.,. S .... and is qui'.e :xi"iis lliai Hit- .i o.'i'MHs w ill Had ffady veipoi,.-!- b, ,,e lea: .he: s a:,d a .nis in having I out by their Superintendent : following np- Keeit.ltioll. " I'll'i 1 I""'..,; Window." Song. "1 he Tiee's S; ii'. lieeilatioii. " I'l"' '-M-' Addl'S -llib'd I" I'"' by some tci'o ii olli 'ial t i Son;.' "Ail. or !' " ' -i.-nl II! l I ill ( pi :.iv to I !. in" I i : l!.e I i. on '.:.- .' o ; ( . ,1, "A- ol.e : a la .v ' '!"' ' uinri. eonveiii i.'l ' '' : to ih" iie-ei,i on". ' j T lie .u li' H ur I "i - in isionel s ale I ii-1 a, fcs ' lieve III doiic , u ' ! undertake wcli . an I i I n It in In sd iy niniil. Hie surplus was ii!-rcased in l.'."'''i and undivided I ioliis h I'l at 'i.: '" I be bank has ., I,u:f pae ad in lilis Sssiie - read it. earcfilliv . a " i , w i i .ng .!'..t ' w .1 'hey li'il My Siipa i iiii !peet;ve stliu.;s ''-) niukis t ' wi uic itiiulieis; Tall'.ih.'is,i.,. li,, I,,,,- Klin "To tU Teaclu-is of l'ublie Schools WilWmoloilii ials of Florida; "AjjaJn I liavf the pleasure of in ')'(Mtlitle,liii to tlio itDDl.rt. weofolwving Arbor Day. Nutbefirtt Friday in February bm Arbor Uay in the history of Ism, cordially yours, "31. .11 HOLLO WAY, "SUte Supt. Public Instruction." Tbe follnwim. ti, ..- nMiN by the department of edu- of the Slate tor the obser T,M of Arbor Day in the schools; wo8 "Florida." ScHpture reu.ling. Involution, KtaJing inter ,i c... c t.. t. t - v e,Bl CUUCilll' 'e-il.nt. I lWiK( "Scope and Purpose of 4,bor Day. " H, selected. Jsly. "Historic Trees." 'ii-tion. uei." "The Cry of the CARD OF 1 1!,V. X5. i '-To the D'-i.icua'ie vt'is of. the State of Florida: 1 he icturns from the primaiy el".Hon of today show positively Mint I !:ave eaiiie'i my home county by more tlian 2,' )0 majority, and indicate tnit'l'I have not a mnjoiity through, at the State I have a very large plurality. "I desire to extend my hesilfclt thanks to my home people f'-r the magnificent demonslratioii of tiust in me, and to my friends throiig'iout the Slate for their great anil unsel fish efforts in my behalf , and to say to them and to the other voters of the State that if the complete returns shall show that a S'cond primary will be necessary, I shall continue ...0r.tile to the end, vigorously, and, I believe, with the assistance of my friends, successfully. 4 (Slgred) W. A. tiLUL. i attfntiON CAMP COLQUIT U. CV n ' - .t . Tii. numbers of Camp Uuniuu o 1541 aie lltrtit'' rt,l"'stL'1' to meet in the Court House. Fla ,at 11 a.m., on January 2.th. Important business to be transacted. Fail not. Tiifcoouiti; K Asi'Ai.L. Adjutant Comman.ler. A. LivisofrosK. surprise us to l ami v li'"'' "f '"' "' n.piesi. lor bid ,. ;; .recti,,;, of a new- county l-l il"l b li'. 1 1 II.'. C,,i,, are "-at. announcing the ,.!!.. of Ms Lola M;i.--iciile vi. i,.,. lo Mr. Win. Turner Hmke which occuii-ed on WuliKS'lay, !'' wD,ber ien'.eighlh, nineteen hun dred and ten, in Jacksonville. Mr. Durkc is well known in this county, hnvina made In liouiu in Greenville for some tnue. wneie n was engaged i the lumher b,incss. DANCER FROM S ' ALL POX OVEH r . 11. Vat,-, Special City I'iiy.sieii.n, Hi ii , onv, I's Uiu'i Willi -m 1C,. I -i U. cord. M l epoil.r ves'erd-iy a't, na I. Mali I that I'e 1 I would b- did to have i'-j-iole him a- saving "There i-, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON CARD CLUB ENTERTAINMENT. On Wednesdiiy evening, the band some home of Mr. Mid Mrs. John Fonda was thvowu open for the en tertainment of the "Wfducsday iVfternooii Ca;d Club." This is sliietlv a woman's club but at any meeting the hostess may change the. In h ir t the evening mi 1 invito the husbands of the members, Fiom absence, several of the tuaribd men w, I e mail Ie to nl tend and const! I i,i I v ill 'III, -loic- lliell.b. e ol nis el'- i 1 1 ited being an ! al'cl'. .,, '. ti.-."is!,,'i e-i'-L vv;- h le-r -i -J., II Vri'i,,; the .lilV.r ui. en .mi li'iion -, 'l Hi ra o.", Ib ll r,y. .Mi al Mr. ir dla .v lb ins'iii Mrs. 1-onda It eeiv.d h I ii'leti rnc s! atl in lively lro"l;ed ill soft en urn silk, dain'.i'y g o nil nr. d in ".old, and its-istc 1 by her !,.) . Miss I'm iter, in pale gr:l .-n.-l Mi-s l-'onda d-i'i.tlly ailii.cliti" in p-thsl p-.nk, ,..".e.l wtihp'arl l assiaiente.ie. I'lie large par ois. or e.tily dee ii i with polled plants and cut iils, tlllt'l with er'id lab! -. s.ir. ii,, led by li an I- iine, W"l! ,;iien. ',i,,l gi'M.i men. lie of an cci' iiigly j'l. i,1 1 v ii'i nit-: " inlliaili.il I'l mi , . jus shiist'iliilos, i'. i sP.e : ll'. th il on t ! .11. i.i!!-' : i I 1 l. ii,:. I, pal , :i'" . I wmim oeiil Dr. W. I.. I .tic. I I. -.,.,1.1 l.'.ot',.. Mi. ( Acconling ' th-report of the of fieialsof the I'uiteJ States Mint, tlmt institution during 1910 sent out more than $11 1,500,000 in coin, of .!,.. .mount about 105,000,000 ...in 1I. Three million dollars in pennies and live cent ideces were coined. ISeside the money intended for UM in this country il.OOo.O'JO pieces wcre coined for th- Phillipiiw Islands ( and 1, "00 ,000 for Costa Iiica. FREE! FREEH FREE!!! Teeth extracUd painlessly for the nesttliii-y days at my el'ice. abs.,ln. Iy no danger fr-eu tins d tv ( in anyone ' oiiti acting a ca-e oi small no in' visiting Madison. There has been no new cases now for over a week and those who have had it are rapidly improving. The bit nation is now well in hand." No one infected with the diea- is ailowed upon the streets. In no house where there is a case of small dux is a person allowed to leave ibe house under penally of arrest ami heavy line. There nr.; now but five con ales- cent cases in town and no further spread is ex peeled . gam, , w;,c; aM.ri', high -OH' ! ad.' l o p 1 '- : : glV"l. 1 ' i rule of '-!"' cl ab. that p i. il-, I have a pi.'e e. La'.'' 111 th ii.ii however t h" cards were W II" ' s the .Mill w ; I e b"l!lg shall e Vi'll-illUtel IN WILL CONTINUE TO TEACH MADISON The many friends of Miss Mary i." Moore, the directress ol the primary department and model school of the Normal will be gian 10 know that she has declineJ an offer recently made to accept work in an other state mid will remain in her present position another year. Plank's Chill Tonic : ,.r,.nto,t Lo cure nialnrla. chills ever, cold and la uripne. rnee J,ie umi ia tt ... i,t - i p,u, . . ...s- W. Y. l'AKU..MOKK. ,j0jUr bottle. Att yuur diugkibi. uttracted by the dining room, where -an l, r the ni Unw glow o. many can lies, the thoroughly well deserv e I icputiilioii ef the. hostess foi housewifely skill, was unquestionably maintained in the delectable rct'i esb. rr.euls lavishly p-otYcred . and more than ctii'iyed. terminatlDg what will most certainly be quite a "red letter," evening ill the history of the "Wednesday Afternoons-" MR- CWYNNE VISITS MADISON- Among tlm guests registered at the Merchants Hotel on last Sunday were Mr. Harry Taylor, of Green ville and the lion. Clifton Owynns of Tallahassee. Both -h-'0 gentle men have many friends to welcome even so short a stay as this biief business trip of theirs. Smne fifteen years have elapsed since Mr. (Iwynnfl has stopped in Madison and he c pressed himsidfiw very much impressed with the many imiiTt.T'-niei.ls. especially in the resi Jtiutiftl portion of 'fhc U.va.