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M I? yji i4 ft I 1 of your financial interests is assured if they v are intrusted to us. Our methods are careful and conservative ' and our resources abundant. Open an account with us. An active bank account is one of the best means of establish ing credit with your business associates. The First INJafcioijal paijk Capital, SurplusJmc'Profits: $100,000. REMEMBER TR- DAVIS. Has, as usual, the tin estjand largest stock of fine GOLD Jewelry in Town. : : TOWN Our 'Ptione 76 TOPICS. at . G. at- at Bracelets Lcckets Chains Watches Pins and NOVE LTI S. All Hood and guaran teed, and engraved FIIEE of chaiye. : OULt GlP SS I will sell my entire stock of-Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half Price. : : R. DAVIS JEWELER. Madisou. Florida. Court next week. Walk over shoes at Taylor's. Col C. E. Davis spent Monday tendlDg court at Perry. Ice Cream fresh every day at D, Smith's. R(vs. Fletcher and Williams are .riin the Leanue Conference Lloyds. Taylor sets tlia style In Madison. Xext door to post otllce. Asron Blanton is now a member of tie Enterprise Recorder gang, having set in to work Monday morniDg. For Sale:-Sed Rvo and Early Out?. Apply to Fraleigh Lines-Shelter Co. Rev C. Fred Blackburn left Tuesday for Moyds to attend the Epworth League Conference of the Tallalmssee District. Breedlove'e ice cream. all B.vors.fr.sh everv dav at Madison Drug Co. Porter Plant and M. M. DeLaughter will leave thia afternoon for the Gulf Coast where they will spend about ten days hunting nod fishing. Watch f-.r lie big 10O TUno deal. e Ta lor. Mise Csrlena Morrow.who is teaching school at Concord, in Gadsden county, pent Sturd-y and Sunday with her mother, Mre. Randell Morrow. Rings Little Liver Pills (or bilious ness, sitkbeadacbe. They keep you well. 25 oenta. Try them. Sold by B. F. Moieley, J. W. 'Wedeworth, cashier of the First National Bank, returned Monday night from a dellgbtfutouting of sever al weeks which was spent principally in New York State in the vicinity of Buffalo and Niagara. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup always brings quick relief to coughs, colds, bcarsenees, whooping-cough and all bronchial and throat trouble. Mothers specially recommend it for children. Pleasant to take, gently laiative. Sold by B. F. Moeelev. Drs- Armstrong & Barrows, Scientific Opticians and Opthalmolo-tlsts. Do you want a hat? See Taylor. L. A. Fraleiirh spent Tuesday iu Jacksonville on business. Breedlove's ice cream, all flavors.fresh every day at Madison Drug Co. B. X. Tucker spent Sunday in the city with hid latutly, reluming to Quincy Mdr.dny. Scliloss Bros ., flee clothing at Tay lor's. Rev. V. K. Ivey, the beloved pastor of the r.'iptist church, tilled the pulpit of the First Uaittist church in Jackson ville last Sunday. LOST: Smith & Wesson 3J chl!bre revolver.o-inch barrel. On road between Madison and cascade. Reward for re turn to M. M. DeLaughter. 2. We extend a cordial invitation to our frie'ids throughout the county to vis! t our office when they are In town attend Ing court next week or at any other lime. For Sale: A small iron safe. Cbenp. Apply st this oftlce, tf. . The members of the Methodist Baraca class will enjoy a social gathering at the Merchant1. Hotel to morrow niaht as guests of the class president. Ola Sanders. Pine and nak wool- del verec! prompt 1 . TelepL.tne our orders to R. B. Bishop for D M. Dens. Rev. R. V. Atkinson will attend r e Rii-mcm C a orial st the Merchants hotel Friday night and will deliver a talk to the members. Mr. Atkinson is one of the ablest of Florida's ministers and is ptstor of the Live Oak church. Russell Vano handles Arnold Bro's shingles. Call at his store for prices. Albsrt E. Frslelgh and Theo. C. Smith left yesterday for a trip to tbe Woat. urhifh will emhraeg the titles of St. Louis, Chicago and other points. Mr Fraleigh will purchase in tne siock markets a lot of live stock for the trade of the Fraleigh-Lines-Shelfer Co. SAjMtttf-'-'"""" YOUR CHECK BOOK a 0 o eo oo e Will give you constantly at hand the means of paving your bills without the possibility of error in making change; and the cancelled checks, returned to you by the bank each month, 'give -you positive and indisputa ble receipts for all bills you pay. To transact all your business through the bank gives you prestige and stand ing in the community not possible in any other way. Your regular and frequent deposits in this institution furnish A BASIS CF CREDIT that will enable you to take advantage of business op portunities that may call for more ready money than vou have at your command. In making loans, all bank ers must give first preference to their depositors, and thev are always ready and willing to help those whose steadv deposits and thrifty habits show their ability and determination to help themselves. With a growing account and established credit at the bank, and with a check book in your pocket, you can virtually MINT YOUR OWN MONEY ;i CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, no MADISON, FLORIDA. e aa a i . m oo a ' oe it "O-no HOMC OFFlCt AND LABOBATORV AT 513 WEST BULD'O., iKW)irviI.LE, FLORIDA Dr. Armstrong is a graduate from three ot the leading American upncai . 1 1 i . ii irnnun Vjitahhsbec. uuefTH KOU well - Eye specialist in Jacksonville for the . , ii I 1 1 i r r all fnrms of compllcaUd eye trouble w th success and by the system of Ophthalmology nd Neurology we are able to overcome tnaoy chronio trouble. Dyspepsia, Catarrh, Nervous Exhaustion Head- .K nv.mnll. KnilDSV. Hi'StOrlS. aiiihnnt rlmcm or oDeration. Cross eyes stratghUned without knife. JDr. Armatrong vrlll prsonsllV make a proteeeionel visit to Madison the nrst Wedpeday after the Brat Monday of achnonh. Ofllce Merchants Hotel, Free, a $4C0 Piano by W. M. Taylor. Mies Adele Clayton of Live Oak is the guest of Miss Barnard Morrow. Found: The latest styles In clothing at Tavlor's. Miss Joaie McDonald left Tuesday night for I.lovds to attend the F.pworth League Conference. Plank's Chill Tonic for malaria, chills, fever. coMs and lugrippe. Price 23 cents. All dealers. .'Ini. Hunter Paltirj"n lias accepted a pisiticn with W. S. Overatreet fr fall and winter. He will be dWitflittrt to see his friends and serve them at a, I times. . Looking: ror Clothing? See Taylor. School Buiird met Tuesday, so did the Town Council and on Wednesday tbe County Commissioners held their regular monthly session. The official proceedings of each body will nppear iu this paper later. Wanted: To buy syrup, sweet pots toes, chickens, eggs and other country produce for cash or tre. Greenville Yellow Pine Co., GreeDville, Fla.. Cone mile west.) f 9-24-Ut. The Phllathea Class of the Baptist Sunday school will hold ita monthly business and aocial meeting with Miss Lula Hardee on r.ext Monday afternoon a- 3 o'clock All members are urged to be presn' and a cordial welcome will be extended to all well wishers. Farm to Rent: My farm to rent IQfKi Ah,ut 8 relies nor'hwest of town on Greenville road, containing 130 acres. Apply to C. B. Ashley tor te'ros. Mrs Olive B. Dickinson. 8 -CO. 4w There was a good attendance of t! m.mh.r. nf the local csmD of Woodmen of the World at the morning service of tbe Method! st church last Sunday. Ibe pastor, Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, deliver ed a masnificeqt sermon .which was greatly enjoyed by the Urge congrega tion. w SCHEDULE OFZTHE Georgia & Florida Railway. Valdosta Southern Division. DECEMBER 13. 1907, CENTRAL TIME, n. in. a. m. u. tii- G.45 ). 4" 12.0 a. m. a. id. p. iu. 0.50 6.f0 7.4.' a in n. m a. m 1C.04 10.04 3.05 a. m. a. m. 5.35 0.3.5 a. m. a. ni . m. 6.50 G.50 7.40 p. tn. p. ru. a. rn. 1.50 1.50 6.40 5 3 1 p. ru. p. m- ni. 4.00 4 30 9.30 4 25 4.57 10 00 4 32 4.57 10.00 4.45 5.20 10.3.0 5.00 5.35 10.55 5.10 5.48 11.10 5.30 6.15 U.35 n. tn. p. m. a. ni. Lv Macon G. 5. & F. Lv . . Montgomery (A. C L.)' Lv SvannaU (A. C. L.) Lv Brims' (A. C. L ) Lv Jacksonville (G. S. k V.) Lv Wavcross (A. C. L.) il i l lui , Ar 4 2.5 10 35 . IB 4 25 p m I a in lp m , Ar C 15; S 05 6 15 p ra i m p ,m . Ar 14111 50 1'41 Noon'p miNooa (Valdosta Southern Divis (Valdosta SoutBein Divis Lv... . VaidoNta, Ga. Briggston, " Clyattevllle, Olycnpia, ' ' Pinetta, F'.a. Hanson, " Ar. . . . Madison, " . .. rl'2 40 9 25 12 40 p tn! A 9 00 amp ml am . .. Ar 10 30 0 05'10 30 2 4 i' a im p in a ru ...Ar 8 15 3 30 8 15 7 45 2 58 7 47 7 35 2 48 7 39 7 20 3 35 7 26 7 00 2 15 7 11 6 48 2 00 7 Oft .... 6 251 40 f6 40 . a m Iu tn a ra Dailv Sunday only. Tdephone Stations: Valdosto and OlympU, Ua., Pinetta, Hanson and Madison, Fla. A. Pope. J. M Turner, Traffic Mumger. General Manager. Augusta Georgia. Augusta Georgia. THE GUIDE POST X fr HE Largest Bank in Madi3on County-the Old W est Bank in Madison County are two Guide Posts that should direct the man or woman looking for a strong Bank. Thirteen years of safe and con servative banking through good times and hard times is our record. During the recent panic (conce ded to be the worst one in the history of the country) this Bank issued no Clearing House Certificates, re stricted no payments of money, nor did it require the 60 days notice of withdrawal of money in the Savings Department in any instance, but paid out hard cash in each case, a record to be proud of. We invite your account Deposits made in our ' Savings Department up to the 5th of any month draw 4 per cent interest from the first FIRST NATIONAL BANK .aD30T. FLORIDA ' i ! B, F. HOLTZENDORF, Conimer-.-i! Agent. Douglas, Georgia. Florida's Higher Educational Institutions- University of the . State of Florida Gainesville, Florida. A hiM.-orarU InatitUttOD for VOUnK ",-"""- - nffarinrr T.itrrV. ScleUtittO EO- uineerinjcAgrioultural aod Pedagogical Courses. r. t- . . i . .. . ..All AnitinnAa lftrl oratories; thorough instruction, both theoretical ana practical, cnroiu. pervialne and dlaoipllne; high moral tone vr- ..t,tAM aVa.ivu tn Plnrida itu SM milltu " rtthpr (Tntnus very low. For cttalogue and Information, addrest ANDREW SLEUU, President. The State College for W omen (Florida Female College.) Tallahassee, Florida. A College for Women, without a par allel id the South, embraclr g a t'ollega ot Liberal Arte; a Normal School; School of Industrial Arts; a School ot Fin Arte, offering instruction in draw ing, painting, piano, plpe-orean, violin, voica-culture, elocution, and pbyaioal culture. Forty Florida counties and seven stats represented In the enrollment last session. Fine new dormitory, with rooma for one hundred and sixty girls, just completed. Plans for other extensive Improvements are slreadjr mde. For further informalioD of catalogue, ""'U t0 A. A. MURPHREB. President. American Girl shoes t Taylor's. T J. Dickinson eft for Ds'sod last Friday morning, He haa entered for a law course in the law ueparimeoi ui Stetson University. rv,n in lsd.es tod see tbe WOO Piano that is to be given away free by V. M. Taylor. Mrs. Frank Msrtlii use accepted a inn ith the Smith aieroaouie vo. for the fU and winter and will be pleas ed to see and serve ber many friends there. i rwr l small cbukr red cow and --r - - yesrliug, marked staole fork right, crop and uuderbit left. Branded 2 or 22. 1 small yearling, red wnn wnue epotonfaoa. 1 yellow halt Jersey oow with whiU noae. 1 yenow nener eaai uomarked. Notify W. F. Frier, B. F . D. 4, Madison, Fla. Do you want a MOO Piano, free? See Tat lor. Msj. M. C. Drew Is at home again from a. most pleasant summer outing spent principally in the mountains and at the watering placxs ot TeonsseA. If you are sufferer frorn piles, Man Zan Pile Remedy will bring relief with the first application. Guaranteed. Price) 50 cents. Sold by B. F. Moeeley. Kelt Sunday morning; the local camp ot Vroodmen.will attend service at tbe Baptist church when Pastor Ivey will preach a special sermon. Let-every member ot tbe camp report promptly at tbe Forest at ten o'olock a m. from the Forest the members will g m a body to the Baptist church. Taylor, tha Clothier, ni t door to post office.. - one imj ooij.