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Jo examine our state ment of condition. Teople who intrust their money to a bank should know something 0 its financial strength. Xhe annexed statement speaks for itself on its strength we solicit your business. "The Old Reliable" No 71HO. Report of the condition of The Plni v,,i.i 1 Uk ., Mdi.0, in ,he s.,,1", Florida at the close of business February 8th. Ifi. u c iw U K.'. it n m . M.. liMni Rod discounts Overdrafts, secure J nd uniicu'rVd.'.'.','." l. S. Honds to secure circuhtion Premium on U. S. bonds.. Bondt, securities, etc., and pretni jm,'.,' r umiture,Rnu ftf ture. Due from National BanliV'Cnoi'rriiJiV 13S,7',9I S4.XJ .. 76.(io.iiO . S, ttO.no .. 4.UU.IX) Due front apprlved rVserve Checks and other'c'aih'itemc .... "uieiniotntt .-National Banks.. Fractional paper currency, nick- elt, and cents,, Lawful money reserve in bank, via I'Ciral tend'er notes.'."'. .iiuu wmn. ,a. i rea- urer(6per cent, of circulation) 8,750.00 M.770W 15.U7.tl HU.H 0 0U irw.ni 7.1I1.W l.liO.UO Total MAHILlTlr.rV. Cpltal stock paid in Burplus fund Undivided protit., lesa e'pen'e"anil' taxes paid National Hank Notes outsuridirir '.' " Dividends unpaid ., Individual deposits subject to check JH4.0ll.tl Demand Certificate of ucuos it !."vs) no Time certificates of deposit. .,;lltt.M Cashier's checks oulstand injf Mi. id Total H5,W 51 75.noDOO 15.UU0.00 T.SSD.ll 75.ISK1.IH) tW.OO 17:I.WM Jai5.WJ.Sl STATK OK KI.ORmA, lountv of t t.li..,!, s, 1, J. W. WADSWCJK IH, i ,.!, r nf the above named hank, do .olemnlv s've.ir tint the n'"ve Statement is true tn the o( inv kn -ule 'ife mil belief. - J. W, WADMAOIITII, Ci-lucr. Subscribed and sworn to byf . re incllu Mth d- v Of Febru. rv, 11HI9. ISeal A. L. VANS", Notiry Public. COHHtCT Atte.t: T. C. Mil TU, C. II. AMIMV, J. E. IIAKDKK, Director!, The v. F i r s t N a t i o n a 1 B a n k Madison, Fla. REMEMBER FL- DAVIS- THM JMWKLMH, Has, as usual, the lin est and largest stock of Fine GOLD in Town. Jewelry Bracelets Clocka t Chains' Watches Pins and NOV ELT IE S. All good and guaran teed, and engraved FREE of charge. : Gut GrlB.SS I will sell ray entire stock of Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half Trice. : : R. DAVIS JEWELER. y Madisou. Florida. TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76. . Clothing, tbe beet bt Taylor's. Mr. Clate Dickinson of Greenville ipsDt Monday arid Tuesdity incur City Freeb garden seed at Smith's drug tore, Mies May Moore rt Madison Fit., is tbe guest of Mies Crissie Caruthers. Tampa Times. Taylor, the clothier, next door to post office. Mrs. Cbarles Beggs and ber son, Dixie, of Pavo, Oa.', are visiting Mr. md Mrs. T. J Beggs. Rhode Island Red chicken eggs. 75 MDts per eettlDg. S. IT Hadden. Lust week four or five new pupils from various portions of the State were enrolled among the students of the F. N.I. -j Wanted a new pair pants. See Tay lor. Miss. Cora Harby, one of GreeDvllle'e mostafractive young women, was a Silent of .Mrs. T. C. Bradford Neveral data lust week. If jou have meat bnge or beef catllt to sell, call and see me when In tn. A. T. Home, cornar store, Pope block. Mr. B.X. Tucker returned to Mscli. on for good, early last week the Quincy brinch of tbe business' having been dosed out so il Is understood. Toil want to vote? See Taylor. 11 r. Earnest E. Bradley of Madison a popular "knight of the grip," was Id Ibecily several days this week greeting old friends and patrons L:ike City Keportsr. he-flie doctors do not seem to bit Jour cafe and you are getting diecour. gei', titke a trip to Panacea snd be cur Frank Koapp, maoager. Panacea, Florida, A double hedge of privet was planted Prof. Cate on the K, N. I. campus l't Saturduy outlining the walk to both entrances, (This hedne will add Ptly to its appearance without doubt. . Tts Senior Kpwortli league will hold regular devotional services at the Methodist oVurob Sunday afternoon. Mr- C.BN"tlith will lead thia meeting. j AH the voting people are cordially In- "wo- T. P. Blalook, Secoretarj'. Mr.. Mu Thornton left Wednesday 'T Jacksonville 1,i-a ahawiii i.av s . ,1(it of some length, tod receive epecial i "iil treaimeut. rier is!.-r Mrs. j wiggt of Qulnoy will remain with f'-. ! Tkornton't little f0lkt during U-t :r u. er sUenee. I I LADIES I J If you appreciat ? a pretty I and durable shoe call and see nine of the very latest or ties, Pumps, etc. -We can suit you. Smith Mercantile Co. f f .1 i r i lii Xetv Hats at Taylor'j. Hon. Robt. Mil'inorof EllayiUe was in Madison Monday. Spring Shoes at Taylor's. Fred T. Bluckburn of Live Oak spent several daje in .Madison this week. Corne to my shop to get harness and shoes repaired. Next door to Hardee's store. R h. Power. 4w Master Clyde C swell, son of Dr. Caswell is ill w ith pneumonia we great ly regret to state Nonet: All parties Indebted to Mrf. .las. P. Mnrtin will p!e:ife settle nt once with Mies Xoole Eduiondson. tf. Mrs. Jenkini of Atlanta Ims been the gueet of her rooMipr, Mrs. T. P. S!orn during the Baptist Meeting. Town Registration Eo)ks nre now open Bt Venn Bros. Store. A. W. Vnnn. Registration oflicer. Bev. J. D, Cbspmnn pastor of the Vjilo!la Baptist churcu came over Manday and remainsa until tbe olo6e cf the meeting. Have your looltlng glasses fl.o-d. Old mirrcrs cleaned and re-silveyd. Xew ones made to-order. Pike reasonable Drop me a card and I will call for work In the cltv. Jsee W. McCall. Save an ext hange: "If we were to an. ..nr ri,t vou could get this paner thirty days for the price of three beere, every descendant of Adam would know that meant 15 cent. But if we were to say that It would be sent three months for the prioe of a gospel hymn book, half of them wouldn't know whether we had raised the subscription rate or were giving the paper away) Buy Shoes at Taylor's. A. B. Lanier spent Thursday and Friday last in Jacksonville on business. Latest styles in shirts, at Taylor's. Columbus B. Smith Is expected to re- lurd to-duy from a ten days outing at tbe mouth of the Aucllla river. Fair Warning: Before buying see the pretty lot nf Spring and Summer clothing for young men at Smith Mer. cantileCo's. Mrs. Jack Brlggs of Qulrcy arrived Monday and w ill be a guest for several weeks in tbe borne of ber slater Mrs. Matt Thornton. Fair Warning: Before buying see the pretty lot of Spring and Summer clothing for young men at Smith Mer cantile Co's. Miss Lillian Armstrong spent several days In Madison last week, in nttend- ence on the Baptist meeting. Wliil hers she was tbe guest of Miff I.ila Tucker. Mrs. Carlton Duncan a handsome matron of Baleigh, S. V. was the guest of Mrs. C. B. Smith Thursday and Friday of last week. She was en route for Tampa and oUer attractive Florida cities. t' Panacea Water is creating a sensa tion by curing seemingly hopeless cases of kldm-y, bladder, stomach and bowel disordirs. Good accommodations re'ms reasonable-hunting and fishing good. Frank Knapp, manager, Pana cea, Fla. The Choral Club of the Methodist church was re.omanlzed Saturday af ternoon, at tbe residence of Mrs. Ida Wblllock. These young people have Mrs. Whitlock as their directess, and are responsible for all Sunday School music in the MethodUt church. These young ladies are In the lead for the i40.00 Piano to be given away March 1st by W. M. Taylor: Mies Agii6S P.irramore, Mies Agnes Long, Miss Olive Sloan, Mr. C. H. Burton. Miss I.nui'e CoM'ee, .Mi .-a Rjeliel .Martin. The observant- or Arhnt Day was pnet-ioDed here because a gift of trees which have been promircd, had not vet been received. All desired tree have now been secured, and Arbor Day ex ercises will be held at the College Tues day afternoon tiest at 2 P. M. A suit able program will be jjiveh and the presence of our pf ople is desired and ured. mi i r e rr It mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm PAY BY, CHECK Have your Money in our Bank and pay your bills with Checks 1st. mm mm mm mm mm mm It is convenient V 2d. It avoids keeping receipts 3d. It pleases the receiver 4th. It requires no change 5. It gives you a business air 6, 7th. It gives you a financial standing Tf Aof n Vl icstt rto n stii-J 4- VA7a ' I ' fl - I'm IH 1,,, r. nn 1.a,iai,ai. rmhII . , .. 1 1 . . . . Tit noui;uui UU31MC35, iiuvvcvci Biiiiiii, J-cpusiL your mm salary every week and draw the money as you need it CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, i! . MADISON, FLORIDA. irjs;ee0e e ' C:ece0eaatei$,ac f L 1V Sewing Machines f Of the Best Makes. I I Am Selling $65.00 and $20 Cash. 1 . Call and see them "W. 1 Toolro ! In Old Dank Building. New Stationery and Cigar Store Located in old Bank Building. A Select line of School Books, Fine Stationery, Blank Books, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars and Tobacco. All goods will be sold at low est possible prices. 'PHONE 47. IN OLD BANK BUILDING. r,,, Georgia & Florida Railway. MAIN LINE Effective Jan. 10th. lfiO'J. ARRIVALS From Hszlehurst, Douglas, Nashville, Valdusta 11:40 am From Di uglas, Nashville and Valdosta i!:20 pm From Nashville and Valdosta G:10 pm DEPARTURES For Valdosta, Nashville, Donelas. Hazlehiirst 2:23 pin For Valdosta, Nashville and Douglas G:30 am S For Valdosta'and Nashville, G : 1 0 am f Daily t Daily except Sunday Sunday Only .1. M. Tl RNKR. A. PCU'E. Cjienrral Manager. Traltii Manager. ?1D3.00 Piano free; see T.ivlor. Itartow has a City Library and a live Lbra-y Aes elation. Wish it a- !fdi8JO, Irih Potatoes, corn, and a fu 1 lice of fresttK irdeo fted of all kinds at Kii.iih's drug store M.ss Theo. Binhoi) of Greenvil'e cm over Saturday to attend the B intift meeticir aod remained several dayi as the guetl of Mru. A.D. Stauton.' The brlok work ltj steadily taking ine In the alterations being made ut the Methooist Church the prepara tion to the inBtallation of tbe handsome ninnoriran. It will in all probability, by present icdlcatioiwgo in on or about March 1st. Hid vou nolics several drunken peo ple on tbe -street Saturday? They were not the rssular oil topers. 1 hey are lUves to drink and will order and drink it till they die. Bat the ones who are getting It are not all ordering ,t. It's not nr duty to prove it. Tbe charge is beard oa every band. It ie the duty of tie towa and county of ficer to disprove it 'if tbUPcba-ge it lalw Kroest Erndrey and Matt Thornton were among the .fadison drumuitis who cttme in home for Sunday. Miss S. A. Randell who hii. been vit -itlng her enters. Meeilames Hardee and Hlnel.y in Lie Oak returned to Madi son Sunday to the delight of t tie society set. The ladies of the U. D. C., under the directing of Miss Melick of Ohio, will beijin practicing early next week for the "Union Depot" w hich is somewhat ontheorderof the "Deestrlct l-knle," recently given here. It w ill be all home talent and wtil take place one week frouVeit Friday, 1 be recitil which was to have been Riven by the clatses of Miss Vivien Fove last Monday was post poted for various rensoqs to next Monday. It will be given at 8 o'clock at the College Aiiditorum and will consist of voice and piano muslo and dialect rend lugs iuies roye is very aonous to us?i6t m paying for dumbbells etc. used by the physical, culture classes and plaster casts etc br art classes, and it be hoove all public epritedjeitizens, espec ially all school I Dttrons ta i witb ber id thit oodertakicf .