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R. DAVIS. j rue ifwetfff, lias, as usual, the tin- j aoooooooooo6oeo000000000000000d' fA xiigniicsii,atsiiiiiiDcttll ct and largest stock of Pma GOLD Jewelry in Town. : : The National Day of Thanksgiving will soon be here again, when it behooves every one to be grateful for the goodness of the past year. We will be closed on that day to eat turkey like everyone else; but, before and after, we are here to attend to your Banking interests in such a way as to add to your thankfulness. The First Sfatioi)a) J3ai)k, Capital, Surplus and Profits: $100,000. T0WNJT0PICS. juf 'pnone 76. free: Pixno, at Taylor's. Hon. K. L. Milliner of Ellaville was business visitor in the city Monday, j.ot. of fun at the "Deestrick Skule" xrVuunday night. ,t. .1. Newman is at home again, hnv jt arrived from Asheville, X. C. yes rday. Ad'lress Box 207, Perry, Fla., if von .ivo for fale reasonable, one nice uUDg mare or horse. ' 2w. A. E. Fraleigh reprned Sunday from i extended etay in Montgomery, Ala , ,d otber cities. ' . Notiw: Big line of Children's slices Tr ;r's. CmTord McCall of Montlcello ppent Jeveral days in town this week with his Ltlier, Mrs. J. P. McCall. Lost: Pair gold spectacles at or near e store of T. J. Beggs fc Co. Return ) Mrs. Frank Martin sud receive Te nd. Mice Willie ilinely arrived from Tal- kbassee last week for a visit to her listers, Meadamee Claude and Charlie ilorrow. Ring Ht tie Liver Pill for bilious- Joes, sickheadnche. They keep you Veil. 25 cents. Try them. Sold by B. . xoseley, Mr. T. T. Crane iroui New York who r one of our regular winter visitors ar ived Ian week and is comfortably loca--d at lliu Merchants. A freih carload of Smith Mercantile 'o. 'Perfection" Flour just arrived. If ou waut good eating Thanksgiving get 'old reliable flour. Senator W. M. Girardeau of Monti. Jello, was in our city a day or two this me Senator has been very in 'rsotte time but is rapidly reeupera See Taylor, next door to post oftlce, jr fine Clothing. W. k. Thurston, a former citizen of r town but now living in Jackson lle, spent Sunday in tbe city shaking nds and renewing acquaintance with many friends. Bird hunters are complaining of the rydry weather and are hoping for 'in toon 80 that tbeir bird dogs will be u'e to smell out the wary quail. Not "c)i fun or snort in hunting auail in -fcaflry weather. Bring all the children to the "Dees- :ick Skule " Mrs. Honeyeuckle, tbe committee, iecher, Sisie, Buddy, the boy who 'Ms water, the giggling girl, Mike, 'gay and all the other "skollars' " create no end of fun when "skule" lies up at tbe opera house next Mon- hi sight. Bs Laxative Cough Syrup alwrrl pugs quick relief trf coughs, colds, rstHBes, whooping-cough and ali 'Whial and throat trouble. Motbers I'ecially recommend it for children, ftfcsant to take, sently laxative. Sold v B P. Moseley. Several wagon loads of happy young 'Ve went out to Diott Dial's plaota- 'i Monday night' and enjoyed tuem Te as only young people can. Cane 'oiling and sugar boiling was in full ""H and the clever host furnished "utities of syrup for tbo young folk "py au old fashioned oandy pul- i Bracelets Lockets Chains Watches Pins and NOVELTIES, , All KfJjil ami guaran teed, and engraved FIIEE of charge. : i-X- -I- 4 1 I will sell my entire stock of Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half Price. : : R. DAVIS JEWELER. Madison. Florida. Tnylor has received n big lot of shoes. Dr. Johnson, a popular physician of Lte. was a visitor In the city Monday. Russell Vinn bundles Arnold Bro's shingles. Call at his store for prices. Miss Agree Parram' re ppent Sunday in Live Ouls as tj e guest of Mrs, C. A. Hardee. Don't Ml to fee the "DeestricU Skule"' at the opera house Monday niyht, Nov. 3D. Mrs. Gary T. MoDamel of LhtOjI. 19 vl-itlng friends and relatives in to and vicinity this week. Plunk's Chill Tonic for malaria, chills, fever, colds and iagrippe. Price 20 cents. All deulers, ,'tin. M. D. Williams of Live Oak, well known and esteemed by many of our people, was a visitor in our town Fri day. Thanksgiving service will be held in the Episcopal church this morning, a cordial invitation is extended to all to attend. Misses SA. Randell and Lula Hardee returned Monday from Live Oak where they spent last week ad the guest of Mrs Syd Hinely. Every young lady who wants a nice Piano free, see Taylor. The greatest poem of Edwin Mirk baia, author of "Ibe Man vt'ku tne Hoe," appears in the Dee-niber istue ot Woman's Humn Companion. If yon hre a sulT-rr from pik'S, Man Ziiu Pile Remedy will bring relief with ths first application. Guaranteed. Prke DO cents. Sold by B. F. Moseley. Thos. E. Hardee, who for many mouths has been in the far West, ar rived laBt night in Madison and w 11 remain for some time visiting bis par ents, Capt. auJ Mrs, J, B. Hardee. Tbis bein a legal holiday tbe banks will be closed, Sunday hours will be observed at tbe post office and all the merchants will close tbeir stores so that all may enjoy Thanksgiving Day as each one. deems best. S. M Young, a clever young gentle man of Columbus, Ga., spent last week in our town. Here hs was met by hie friend, E. E. Jones, also of Columbia', and the two young men are now ''see ing Florida." They express themselves as much pleased with our town. To those afllljted with kidney and bladoVr trouole, backache. rheumatism, Pineules for the Kidneys bring relief in tbe first dae. Huii'ireds of people to day tentify to their remarkable healing and tonio properties. 30 dajs' trial i 1 .CO. They purify the blocd Sold by B. F. Moseley. Mutt Thornton Is confined to hU room with a badly sprained ankle. Stepping f om the train at Havana one day last week bis ank'.e turned and all bis weight was thrown on his foot, result, inu in a severe strain upon the muscles ! of the foot and ankle. We trust tbat be may soon be on his feet again. "New York girls are making for Christmas presents this year fascinat ing little rooster beads ill flannel of two colors," reports Womans Home Coc 4snimi for December. "E.ch bead Is cut double and wadded oo tbe inside with cotton batting. The roosters are lovirlaMy white with a comb and wat- Ltlee of scarlet. When completed, S r Cliantic'eer makes a novel ecg cozy to slip over the breakfast egg in the cui when cereal or tome otber breakfast preliminary is to be eaten first. Thaukfglving for Turkey, Taylor for Shoes. Miss Madge Burnett, one of Iiam bui'a charming daughters, w.,b in the city Tuesday. Knox Bunting left last weeit for An derson, S. C., vt:ere be will probably remain for some time. Prof. W. A. Cats of Columbia Col lege, Lake City, sptnt Midday in tin city the guest of his son, Prof. Walter IS Cate. Tl.ubktgiving to-day, Christmas r.m month later, mid then conies the Gain week. Surely Madisou folk have great things in store. Land to Rent: One, two, three and four horse farms to rent 9 miles south west of Madison on Snmpala Lake For parliculars apply to Theo. Rnndell, Ebb, Fla., R K. D. 1. Mis. J A Willis and daughter, Mies Elhel, left last Friday for tbeir home in Columbia, S. C, after a week most de lightful)' spent In Madison where thex were the recipients of many and de lightful social attentions. To-morrow night the numbers of the Methodist Bnraca class will be enter tained by Col. C. B. Abhley at his farm house mile north of town. Col. Ashley is engird In grinding bis cane iiii'l the boys are assured of a fine tiaie Two (luiihle ' :r n' will leave Col. Ash" Ipj 's olttce at C:'l ) o'd and n'l'meui bus of the class are r. quested to oieot at theoltlce at that hour and they will be trausported to tbe farm house. We were in error last week in statin? that the old building torn ilowu ti make room for the brick building of (.'has. Noegel, had once been ustd as a house of worship by the Methodial congregation. It was the Presbyteriim congcf gitton wul'.-b used it for thai purpose many yeBrs ago. It was also used as a school' bouse before the war and some of our oldest citizen; attend ed school there with tbe lte Col. John L. Miller as teacher. These young ladies are In the lead fo the 4100.00 Piano to be given away March 1st by W. M. Taylor: Mlae Olive Sloan, Miss Louise Coffee, Mre. C. II Burton. Miss Agnes Parramore, " Rosa Beggs. '' Agnes Long, Mrs. F. L. Paterson, Miss Goodwin P.egirs, Catherine Thomas. " Lill Armstrong. Renresenting the Jesee French Fia no Co., of St. Louis, Mr. S. A. Ledbetter has been in tbe city several days this week neaotiatiug with a coTmittee of Methodist church members for tbe placing of a pipe org m in tbe Methodist church. The deal was con summated Tuesday, the committee aod Mr. Ledbetter haviug agreed upon the style of organ, time of delivery, et . The orgun selected is' a handsome one in appearance and of two manuals. It will be manufactured especially for the church bere and it is expected that it will be iu opratiou by March 1st The placing of this order marks a long step In ths progress of church In Madison. We understand that the B iptist con gregation is negotiating also for a pipe rgtn and tbat one will be installed in that church at an early day. Mr. Led better is a most affable gentleman ami lie and the Methodist committee bad little trouble in closing a trade. -. t J. ? ttO ii SO OO nt 4 O OO CO l e oo trO oo oo ti o DEPOSITORS Like to fed that in brinm;? their business to a bank thov ar-3 helping to build it up; in other v. ;:s the:- arc givin?; something for what ihey re:oiv.. We want you to feel that wi.y iowa"d us. V.E ARE GROWING GROW WITH U3 We want your account; want to make ourselves useful to you m anything per taining to finance and we can handle to mutual satisfaction. CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, MADISON. FLORIDA. ; 'tMie',ti ft tot- :i'iiiii t'0wtOtHKtHiO0 .. fctD-ll oo oo oo I1 oo t-9 CO OA OO o oo oo oo oo OS 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo to oo oo oo oo o oo oo o- oo f oo to - V oo o CO "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes cost you but C3.CC Iz $4.00, but they are worth ten times that sum to any woman who values a stylish appearance with entire comfort. Smith Mercantile Co. "People's Popular Department Store." $ Get Readyiifor Christmas A visit to my store and inspection of the Beautiful Line of Holiday Goods now on display will convince you that it will not be necessary to send away for your Christ mas Gifts- Here you will find suitable gifts in jewelry , . china, cut glass, toilet cles, books, silverware and a wonderful variety of toys and games for the littl e ; c 1 -Come and &ee what we've got- ID.Gh. Smith's Dru-g" Store. Rev. IT. Mickle will hold morniri; service nest Sunday 'at Old Oakland church tbat being the fifth riabbatb. B X. Tucker cime down from Quincy Saturday nft-rnoun and spent Sunday with his family. The fienuenl vUits of th; tfent'.eman are greatly enjoyed by his hosts of frinnds. L'nion 1 h -..Lksglviug service at the Methodist cnur. li tbie morning at tt-n o clock. Rev. W. K Ivey. pastor of the Hap ist church, will preach the ser mon. It is hoped that ths capacity of the church will be taxed to accommo date the crowd. Wood's Liver nediclne in liquid form for malaria, chills and fever, regulates tbe liver, kidneys and bladder, brings quick relief to biliousDees,8ickbeadaibe, constipation. Pleasant tJ tske. Tbe $1.00 bottle contains 2l times quantity of the 50c size. First dose brings relief. Sold by B. V. m eley. The Weather. For the week ending Sund-y.Xov. 223, TE.MrEr.ATfp.e: Mean maximum, 74 Mean minimum, 45 e Highest. Thursday 81 Lowest, Suuday, 340 RAIXFALT ! None. FOR SALE OR TO LET. 1387 acre (cultivate.! and wood land) near Madison, Fla., known as the '-Wa idy Thompson plantation," Possession .lanur.ry 1st, 1909. En -quire of F. J. Wiutox, 130 Broadway, 9-3-03 1 New Ycrk City.