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REMEMBER IR.- D -A. "V I S Has, as usual, the fin est and largest stock of Fine LG0LD Jewelry in Town. : : A HAPPY NEW YEAR to our friends and customers, and we wish that it may be crowned with goodness all the way through, 'and may, peace and prosperity attend them. : : : : : : A HAPPY NEW YEAR The First National parjk. Capital Surplus and Profits: $100,000. Bracelets dockets Chains Watches Pins and NOVELTIES. All good and guaran teed, and engraved FEEE of charge. : TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76. Russell Vann handles Arnold Bro'a itainRles. Call at his store for prices. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellison ot lover, sees spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ellison. 1 oat: A pair ot Pointers. One white tnu liver spotted. One liver and white ticked. Reward if returned to R. F. McCullougb, R. F. D 2, Box 53. Mr. and Mrs, Osward Griffin and baby girl of Nebraska, are Rueats of the gen tleman's brother, Mr S. P. Gritllo. Osward once lived among us and has hosts of friends who are delighted to gee him again. Messrs. C. K- King end Lipscomb, prominent citizens of Perry, were visi tors In the city this week. Lost, Dec. 24th, lady's gold watch (Elgin movement) and fob. Initials on watch: A.J.D. On fob: .D. 15.00 reward for return to S. P. Griffin. Mr. Pete Blackburn and interesting little daughter of Tallahassee were t! guests from Saturday until Tuesday of I the gentleman's brother, Rev. C. Fred Blackburn. We have on hand a largo supply of fourteen inch flower pot, with saueers, sad are going to sell them out for ."0 cents each. We have smaller sizes also which we will sell at cost. li. F. Mo'eley. tf Ollt Grlf? SS I will sell my entire stock of Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half Price. : : R. DAVIS JEWELER. Madison. Florida. E. W. Carroll of Montlcello has been the guest this week of his sister, Mrs Columbus Smith. Land to Rent: One, two, three and four borse farms to rent 9 miles south west ot Madison on Sampala Lake. For particulars apply to Theo, Randell, Ebb, Fla., R F. D. 1. Rev. L. D. Lows, the "new" Methc dist. pastor, will arrive with bis famll) from Miami to-morrow and on Sunday Mr. Lowe will make bis tlrst appear ance before a Madison congregation. A Tampa jury gave Mrs. AValtei Strange a verdict for $3,000 agains' Mrs. Gertrude Weston for the alien, ation of the affections of Lei'liir. bm1. CtturSstinnias Is Comie And we are prepared to supply your wants from the Largest and most complete line of HOLIDAY GOODS ever brought to Madison. Crockery, China and Glassware. Dolls, Toys, Pictures, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Leather Goods, Doll Go-Carts, Baby Go-Carts.' Wagons, Velocipedes, Etc. Inspect our Line. Select your presents early and have them set aside for future delivery. B. R- MOSELEY, Druggist- ? TNTotice. COLD STORAGE NOW READYr The Only Way to Cure Pork. First, salt pork with plain salt by rubbing on and spreading out, say. 12 hours, then apply to hams and shoulders as -follows: Salt 10 lbs., brown' sugar 2 lbs., salt peVe 2 ounces, red pepper 1 ounce -to "100 lbs. of pork; rub and apply freely. Sides resalt. If killing is done while weather is cool, say frosty, meat may not be stored for four to five diy.3 after butchering, but if wrrm it should be stored within 12 hours. Do not cut off chin bone, as this ruins the ham, and m storage they cure, as - well with chin left on. ' ' Time to be stored: Thirty days ' is djtfneientt When taken from, storage wash in wrrm water, wipe dry, sew up in canvas or homespun hang up and smoke every third day for two weeks, Uee' green hickory wood for smoking. - Salt furnished at a reasonable price. Madison' Electric Power Co. ' ' ' 'i L:, . - ti, 'Vi yji AS 1 Ureak a Large Bill and the Change b gone e so ri: ft FINE. WORDS GOLDEN ADVICE to the bu$in :: nan, uvgir.? h'm toir.a". ? '. 2 changa to rtv-i.-ngth ::i his nr.r.ncht; :-.: bv paying ail Irlls by chock, have '' f:'cv!y fiudic :-;.'.".uU!g r...:COUiltS ehV;ua:le 1 and to ' t before you know it. THIS BANK ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT Known everywhere as SAFE. ' PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING It is famous for giving a Square Deal to Every Man Has more customers than ever before in its history and wishes very much your banking business. MAY WE HAVE IT? The Bank that always treats you right. ! CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, i MADSON, FLORIDA. ma.-ch ti succ-s with thz si-k-n-.; L;on oC the br.nl: at his back. fany r i,v the in:.r.rin oi c-s'i o i 1 ig e:ur ,ut l y name of the b:i'k o:;iy. Sea the advant:.:;e. ' MS "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes cost you but $3.00 to $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." t Get Ready for Christmas A visit to my store and inspection of the Beautiful Line of Holiday Goods now on rHrln V will ftOnvillCe VOU that it will not be necessary to send away for your Christ mas Gifts. Here you will find suitable gifts in j ewelry , china, cut glass, toilet arti- cles, books, silverware and a wonderful variety of toys 5 and games for the little folk x Come and iee what we've got" Drug: stci-o. UOUi Uif.L C lUi IVSV4 fcHl MAIN I.I NT. 1'.;:. ;tiv.? !.". I'' i-. f hA. 1 1 b V ay, FIRSTS KVi QNAUBANKj ARRIVALS F,-. ni ! V nz'a. N'i-!.v;ilr, V .1 Fi-.'i'i N .!: !: ' a:v! VaMysta l-'iuui N".i5!ii.u- ami V.iMes'-i n::rAttiCRr l .iv V.'l s.-sta. Ni-hvil'i'. I) itsji.is, Ili.ltbuist For Yulh s'a an l Na-liV.M.- Fill- V;lldnst:i and N (tall Villi', 11: li) am " ."):':.") pin j fi:10 pui t 2 : "J "i pin 0 :i' aiu S 0:10 am Daily f Daily except Suu.lay , Sunday Only J. M. Tcrner, A. Pope, General Manager. Tea 111c Manager.