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The enterprise-recorder. (Madison, Fla.) 1908-1933, March 18, 1909, Image 5

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IT'S EASY DOING BUSINESS
with a bank, once you've placed your ready
cash in its care. Its officers honor your
checks, keep a close watch against the forg
ing of your signature, and, by the method
of your paying bills by checks, allow you
the backing of their splendid business repu
tation. No business man should fail to
seize the fine chances to advance himself in
life. The First National Bank offers its aid
to an appreciative public. : : :
The First tfafcioija) paijk.
Capital Surplus and Profits: $100,000.
REMEMBER
Pt DAVIS,
the jewel, '
Has, as usual, the tin
est and largest stock of
fine GOLD
in Town.
Jewelry
Bracelets'
Clocke Chains
Watches Pins and
NOV ELTIES.
All gootl and guaran
teed, and engraved
FREE of charge. : .
TOWN TOPICS.
Oir 'Phone 76.-
Clotblng, the best bt Taylor's.
Mrs. Matt Thornton returned from
Jacksonville last Saturday.
Morgan (registered) stallion for ser
vice at Bevan Bros, stables. .See S.
Alex Smith, owner.
J. J. Newman has returned from a
very pleasant visit of several weeks to
bis old home at Lumpkin Ga.
Messrs. Redden W. and Phil Parra
mors returned Saturday from their
plMsure trip to Hampton Springs.
K you have meat hogs or beef cattle
to sell, oall and see me when in
town. A. T. Home, corner store, Pope
block.
AIodzo Rowe left Sunday for Jack
sooyille where ba will probably accept
y mploynient with a business house In
viBicny.
Fair Warning: Before buying, see
tbe pretty lot of Spring and Summer
clothing for young men at Smith Mer.
cantile Co'e. .
Mi4 Willie Hinely arrived from
Tallahassee last Friday and is visiting
her sisters, Mesdntuee Claude and Char
lie Morrow.
Miss Clara Coggins Is expected home
to-diy from Monlicello where for gever-
tl weeks past she has been the gi'ust of
tbe Hisses Maya.
We offer our ubub! ten per cent, dis
count on ice coupon books bought for
cash from this date to April 1st. Madi
on Electrio Power Company.
Mrs. P. S. Coggins Is expected to re
turn from Jacksonville to. morrow.
She ba been the guest of Mrs. W. S.
Jordan in that city for a week past.
Tbe meeting at Stonewall will not In
terfere wltb the regular services at
Baoeon. The pastor will be there to fill
Meappointmenti on Saturday and Sun
iy, Prof. W. B. Cat, Supt. Geo. W Ted
derandMr. MoLeod, member of the
School Board, are in Lake City this
eek attending tbe annual meeting of
tbe State Superintendent's Associa
tion. Wanted: To buy, for cash or trade
country meat, bams, shoulders and aides
1m, beef and pork either dressed or on
fat, eggs, chickens, hides, eto. Address
Greetville Vellow Pine Co., Green
y'l Pla. - 2t
Tbe Fox lluptera, a local club com
K9ed of Claude Mcrrow, Jamea I.
Smart, Walter Overatieet and others.
otbuey Tuesday morning and chased
big fox to bis deatb a few miles north
t town. Tbe dead animal was brought
town and exhibited at Davis' hot
James E.'( Hardee who spent last
ek at Miami in attendance upon the
ooual sessloa of tbe Grand Lodge,
Koight of Pythias, extended bis visit
'itb&taeotion of th Stale to Rock
lhjl where he was tbe guett of bis re
Ulivee for several days. Ue returned
fcoms yesterday delighted with his trip.
T. C. Bradford will begin a
ttoetinj at Stonewull church on tbe
'ub 8unday (28th day) of this month
Ev"ybodv will be pleased to barn that
e ie to be asslxted by Rev. J. L. Mor
fili who, during the psslornte of Mr.
E'aJtord in town tive years ago, won
tbe heartland stirred the consciences
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LADIES
If you appreciate a 'pretty
and durable shoe call and
see nine of the very latest
styles in Colonial ties, Sail-
or ties, Pumps, etc. We
can suit you.
Smith Mercantile Co. .J
Out G1b,ss
I will sell my entire
stock of Cut Glass at
Cost, and Spectacles
at Half Price. : :
R. DAVIS
JEWELER.
Madison. Florida.
l tlile entire community.
Xew lints at Tnvlor's.
Mr. Redden V, 1'arramore left yrs
terdav for hit; hum ! ut S'jiiiinrllIJ, X.
J.
Velvet Beans for sul. E. O. Hassell
& Son. 3 11 4f.
Joseph Gordon Ilinely of Live Onk
spent Sunday in the city ns tbe guest of
his sister, Mrs. Charlie Morrow.
Fair Warning: Beforo buying see
the pretty lot of Spring and Summer
clothing for young men at Smith Mer
cantile Co'e.
Mrs. S. A. Hlnelv and children of
Live Oak are up for a visit to the lady's
pxrents, (.'apt. and Mrs. Theo. Randell
at Sampala.
Col H. J. McChII, the well known
attorney of Jacksonville wag tbe guest
of ills daughter, Mrs. C. C. Carrroll a
few days last week.
For Sale: -1 2 horse power Gasoline
eDgine and feed mill. Cbeap. Apply
to G. W. Walker. 4t.
Miss Kathleen Roberson who lias
been the attractive guest of Mrs. Matt
Thornton for several weeks, returned
to her home In Jacksonville last Satur
day. Col Randell H. Rowe returned Sun
day night from Miami where he spent
last week attending tbe ancual session
of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias.
He reports a most pleasant trip and says
that the Knights of Miami aooordrd
moet" royal treatment to their visiting
brethren.
Fresh garden eeed at .Smith's drug
store
About the middle of April Pastor
Ixiwe of the Methodist church will be
gin a revival service iu that church
which will continue two weeks or loo
gor. The pasior will be assisted by
Rev. Swepe, a noted evangelist of Mis
souri, who will be accompanied by a
splendid gospel singer. Due ootice of
the exact date of the meetings will b
given letur.
' Taylor, the clothier, next door to
post office.
The opera house wss well filled last
Friday night, the occasion bt ing the
presentation of the "Union Dpot" by
looal talent under the direotlon of Miss
Melick. The piny was freatly ei joyed
by the large audience and the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy, under whose
auBfioes it wss given, realized quite a
tidy sura which will help to swell tbe
monument fund.
Buy Shoe3 at Taylor's.
Mrs. Ernest Bradley and little Annie
are spending the weok with friends in
Lake City.
Saed Irish Potatoes, com, and a full
line of fresh garden seed of all kinds at
Smith's drug store
Mr. A. Y. Hampton, proprietor of the
Hampton Hotel, Hampton Springs, Fla.
ws a business visitor to our city last
Saturday.
Mrs. Jack Briggs returned to her
home iu Jacksonville last Friday after
a visit of several days to the family of
Matt Thornton.
We offer our usunl ten per cent, die-
count on ice coupon books bought for
cash from this date to April 1st. Madi
son Electric Power Company.
Mrs. L. A. Thann and daughter,
Mies Bessie, of Atlanta, bave been the
!guest9 of Mrs. McC.Tharln for sev
eral days past. The ladies are en route
to St. Auguetine and other points on
Uie east coast,
Mrs. Ellas Whltner and children
bave arrived from Memphis, Tenn.,
and will be guests of friends and rcla
Uvea here for several weeks. Mrs.
Whltner is tbe fortunate possessor of a
most magnificent voice and as she ie
very obliging it will be the good fortune
of Madison people to hear ber eing fre
quently during ber stay here.
Mr. and Mrs. Scuolfield, lovingly re
membered as the sweet Gospel singers
who assisted in tbe recent meeting in
the Baptist church of this city, were
guests of Mrs. Alex Smith several days
last week. They were en route to Val
dusta where with Rev. Martin they
are conducting a meeting tbis week.
The Wednesday evening prayer meet
ing at the Baptist church last week was
made a service of song and praise con
ducted by Mr. and Mrs. Scholtield and
their splendid voices were again beard
by many of our people.
Rhode Island Red chicken eggs. 75
cents per setting. S. H' Hadden.
Tbe rapidity with which our school
Is it rowing Is, to any tbe leant, remark
able. For the post two weeks we bave
been enabled to report from eight to
ten new stuneuts each wieK, and this
week we are intormed by Prof. Cate
that ten more students bave arrived
from other sections of the state fori
course f study in our Normal. If tbis
tiling keeps up and it surely looks
like it is going to additional school
room and dormitory facilities will be
come an absolute necessity. Tbia school
should receive tbe fostering care ot
every citizen.
Sewing Machines -1
i Of the Best Makes.
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I Am Selling $65.00 !
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If WALL STREEF ARITHMETIC.
Machines for $15
and $20 Cash. t
Call and see them
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10 mills make orie trust
10 trusts make one combine
10 combines make one merger
10 mergers make one magnate
1 magnate makes all the money
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The Original Step Toward Becoming a Magnate
is the Step Toward a Bank's Door to Lay by
U YOUR FIRST SAVINGS.
!i CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON,
MADISON, FLORIDA.
Wishes to Aid You to Become a Magnate
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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.
t A OLD BANK BUILDING.
LiiOet etyles in shirts, at Taylor's.
J. B. Urinson, jr., will come over
from Monticello Sunday oo a ylslt to
his pun-nts.
Subscribe for the Delineator. Twice
us bijr ae formerly. April number eiven
free to Dew subscribers. . 1 1 00 per year
Fred Sanders, Aeot.
MisseeS. A. Kandell, Willie Hinely
and Lulu Hardee will fro to Hampton
Springs to-duy to be guests at a house
party given by Miss Viola Hampton,
Just received at Smith Mer. Co. a
pretty Dew line of Spring and Summer
dress goods. Call Bud take a look.
Misses Minnie and Guilda Jonee, who
were guests ot Mrs W. B. Stewart for a
week or more, returned to their borne
at Mulberry, Fla. on Monday IbsL
At ber borne a few miles south of
town Mies Lill Armstrong entertained
qu:te a parly of young folks from the
city Monday afternoon. As Is always
the rule at the hospitable Armstrong
lioiue tbe guests enjoyed tbe afternoon
immensely.
Ur. and Mrs. R. O. Wltherspoon with
two children arrived last week from
their borne at Anderson, S. C, and are
guests of tbe gentleman's brother Mr.
Knox Witberepoon. Tbe dojtor ctrne
especially to see bis slBter, Mrs. S. J.
Edison, who Is so very ill.
In preparation for tbe revival meet
ing at tbe Methodist ohurcb which will
be held some time during April, the
Met.liodist congregHtlons will bave oot
tHxe prayer meetings at the homes ot
various members twice a week during
Hie next few weeks. These meetings
will begin to-morrow night and at tbe
snme hour of the eveniug prayer meet
ings will be beld at the parsonage and
ut the residences ot He v. T. C. Bradford
snd A. W. Venn, thus affording the
members of the congregation an oppor
tunity to attend a meeting In their own
neighborhood. Until further notice
these meetings will be held on Tuesday
and Friday evenings.
Spring Shoes at Tavlor's.
Mrs. Wash M. Ives of Lake City ar
rived Saturday ami Is tbe guest of bur
sister, Mrs. Ida W hitlock.
The many friends of Tbos. G.Perry
were glad to see Lira again on the
streets lasst Ssturday after a long and
painful Illness.
Miss Lizzie Taylor and ber gueet, .
Miss Jessie Taylor, ot Macon, returned
Saturday from a delightful visit of a
week to Mrs. V. Preston Thomppon.
Services will be beld at the Episcopal
church on next Sunday at the usual
hour, and on every Wednesday after
noon at tour o'clock nntil further no
tice.
Miss Sadie Wbitlock arrived from
Macon Ga., Tuesday, being called from
ber studies at Wesleyan college in that
city because of tbe serious illness ot ber
youog sister, Esther.
Next Monday evening at 8 o'olock
there will be another delightful enter
tainment at the school auditorium,
Mies Agnes Parramore, assisted by Miss
Foye, to be in charge. Mitt Tarra
more's piano pupils bave made remark
able progress and her many friends and
patrons appreciate deeply ber untiring
elTorts. Her program will, as elated,
be supplemented by several reading
and vocal selections from Miss Fove'e
cltsees. No admission fee will be charged.
We enjoyed a visit Tuesday morning"
from Mr. O. V. Caie, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., a most interesting old gentle
man who is paying a visit to bis son.
Prof. W. A. Cute, bis grandson, Prof.
Walter B. Cate and bis great grandecn
Master Methtra Cate. It is rather un
usual to find four generative ot a fam
ily represented at one lime but this
condition ncw exists with the Cate
family in our city. Mr. t'tite will re
main in our town for-several weeks or
until warmer weather makes It oomfor
table to return to bit borne at Cbatta
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