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Open a bank account with this bank. You will avoid the care and anxiety of guarding your own money, and will ex perience that happy feeling which comes to those who know that their possessions are safe. Don't trust to luck. Put your money where it's safe. The Firsl National pai)k Capital Surplus and Profits: $100,000. REMEMBER IFL- DAVIS, THK JMWMLKK, Has, as usual, the fin est and largest stock of fine - GOLD Jewelry in Town. : : Bracelets Clocke Chains Watches Pins and NOV E LTI ES, All good And guaran teed, and engraved FKEE of charge. ' : TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76. Clothing, tbe best fat Taylor's. Mr Myrick of Sirmons was in rnadl on Monday on business. MlBf EugieVann left Friday for an extended visit th Jacksonville aiid Sa vannah. Morgan (registered) stallion for ser vice at Bevan Bros, atablea. See S. Alex Smith, owner. J. P. Morrow of Ellaville spent Sun. day io Madison with hia mother Mr. RanJell Morrow. Frank Webb ome in Monday on the Valdoeta Southern and remained with bil friends and relatives several days. Hunter of this countv B aleter of Mr. S. J. Ellison spent lust and a part of this week with her bro wner. If you have meat hogs or beef cattle to sell, osll snd see me when In town. A. T. Home; corner store, Pope block. Mr. Wllkerson. daughter and sevfrnl friends, all of Valdoata, came over last week and were the guests of the Mer chants Hotel. Mies Jessie Taylor, who during her visit here, has made many warm friends will return to Macon the hitter part of this week. Mrs. C. D. Tuten was called to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. C. A. Brooks Sunday morning In the Hum burg neighborhood. Judge Martin and Mies Carlena Mor row, who have been quite ilr at the home of Mrs. Randell Morrow are both convalescing rapidly. We offer our usual ten per cent, dis count on ice coupon, books bought for cash from this date to April 1st. Madi eon Electrio Power Company. The next montnfy meeting of the U. D. C. will take place at tbe reeidence of Mrs. I,. A. Fralelgh, instead of with Miss Fonda as formerly announced. Dr. Wash Ivee.wbo bBS been so faith ful in attending tbe bedside of bis little niece Esther W billot, came over again fiom Lake City Saturday and remained several days, Tuesday's prayer services were held at the homes of Mecdames Densoo, Begge, Livingston and Yates, and were led.resDeotively. by Messrs. uowe, tw land, McDonald and Wheeler. Vrs. P. S. Coggins and Master P. S. returned early this week from Jackson Yllle. While there P. S. underwent treatment for serious fbroat trouble and is returning greatly improved lu health. Wanted: '-To buv, for caab or trade ' countrv mnftt.hnme. shoulders and sides also, beef and pork either dressed or on feet,egi, chickens, hides, eto. Address Greenville Vellow Tine Co., . Green- , villa Fla. V 2t Its v. CurtisGrubb continues to give his charge here delightful lentcn eer vices every Wedneaedy afternoon., He . tlioVreaohHd ao unusually beautiful and earneat sermon at his regular Sun day morning service. Among the prominent people registed at the popular "Merchants" we noticed the following: Rev. Curtis Orubb, 8aturdy and SundsT. I A. Palmer, Man. Sou. Bell Ex. of Valdosta, Men day, J. C. Mrrlck and D. O. Stokeley of Slrnioaa Monday. New Hats at Taylor's. Albert Z pperor's little 6on continue! very ill, we Hre indeed sorry to state. Velvet Kenne for ealo, K. O. Hassel & Son. 3-11 4t. Mrs. W B. Cute le't Tueclny morn, ing to visit rl iiives in Kustie, Florida lor several ilave. For Sale: -1 2-hiirse power Gasoline engine Hnd feed mill. Cheap. Apply 'o G. W. Walker. 4t. C. T. Carroll of Monticello wag a guest of bis eister Mrs. C. B. Smith Friday and Saturday. Mrs. C. B. Smith Is serving as local reporter and society editor during the absence of the sure-enough editor this week. Mrs. Brown and MissEvah n Brown of Nashville Tenn. arrived Monday and are the delightful guests ot Mrs. L. D. Lowe this week. Little Nonle Wailsworth and Mips Maude Tooke have both been quite ill for several weeks. Their many frienda earnestly wish them a speedy recovery. Cl "n Pickioson who 'e the efficient employ' nf the Hnrby Livery Co. at Greenville came home to spend Sunday. More than home folks however were glad to see "Gate."' Ernest Thompson, a promising young artist who. with his s'stor and mother, hasspent the winter in tne home of Mr H. F. Willis, went to Jacksonville feat urdny remaining there several days. Prof. W. B Cate and Supt. Ci W. Tedder returned Fr'ilav night from L'ik City where they had spnt sever al dave In attendance upon the Con v?ntlon of Puhlio Scluol Principals and Superintendents. Little Mian Esther Whitlnck is Mi seriously ill, and is interingly watched und nursed by ber eklllful and faithful physi'.'inn, uncles, Dr's Ives and Davis besides loving friends and relatives. Esther is a remarkably attractive, tal ented and ambitious little girl, and the whole town eagarly hopes for and uwaits her speedy recovery. Cut Glass I will sell my entire stock of Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half. Price. : : R. DAVIS JEWELER. Madisou. Florida. ieeeeeeeeeeeee t c t ft ft ft ft Si: ft ft ft ft ft a ft a ft ft e a irus Do You Subscribe to the Telephone System? If so you are entitled to use your phone in and out of season. You are entitled to kick and kick hard if you are being neglected hv the management. You are even entitled to permit any one to use your phone if you know that they are financially unable to subscribe. Rut there are many who per sist in using there neighbor's nViones vear in and year out. Thpse are they who are generally the most vigorous in railing at the system. It may be true that they will continue to dead-beat ii imnose.on their neighbors wi -' and lower their self respect to the end cf time. But we hope not. This is intended to open the eyes of the merely careless s to imposing on ourselves an! their neighbors. Respectfully. Madison Telephone Company Buy Shoes at Taylor's. Mr. Willie Dickinson of Olympia was a visitor la Madison on Sunday lust. Taylor, the clothier, next door tu post office. S. D. Morrow made a flying business trip to Greenville Saturday, returning the same day. Mrs. D. G. Smith bad as her guest Saturday and Sunday Messrs. M. L, Kaine and Sim Smith of Valdosta. Mr. and Mrs. .las. Smart left Monday afternoon for a protracted visit to the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beasley of Jacksonville. E.rly this week B. B. McCall and family moved to tbelr out-ot town home where they will luxuricate in the sim ple life for several months. We offer our usual ten per cent , dis count on Ice coupon boons bought for cash from this date to April 1st. Madl son Electric Power Company. Tbe Ladies Aid Society of the Bp tiet. church will hold its regular month ly meeting neit Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. H. B. Morrow. Tbe Indies of the Baptist church held a prayer tervlce Wednesday afternoon at the chureb. H was the regular March "week of prayer" occasion, and an ingathering was held for the Home Mission cause. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carroll moved Monday into their new and beautiful little cot'age borne. They nru justly proud and happy and the many friends of this popular young couple congratu late them upon tbeir good loitune. The Epwortu League service at the Metbodial church on lasi Sunday after- noon whs attended and enjoyed by an unusually Itirge number of young men md women. N-xt Sunday'a program will he muinly by the young men, aud promises to be unusually interesting. The oottage prayer services are being well attended and greatly enj.yed. Tuesday evening services were held as follows, MetbodiBt parsonage, led by Mr. Sam Morrow; Rev. T. C. Bradford led one nt his home. C. B. Smith led at Mrs. A. Vi.nu's aud Mr. Willis, at Mr. Ilrtini lion's bouie. Mrs. J. McC. Th'ino and M'ss Besaie Thiiriii. who were ilelaved in their Dio jected trip by the recent illness ot the latter, expect to leave to-day for St Augustine, Pablo and other pointa After an absence of about six week they will return to this place, wher they always And ao increasingly warm welcome awaiting llietn. WALL STREET ARITHMETIC. 10 mill3 make one trust 10 trusts make one combine 10 combines make one merger 10 mergers make one magnate 1 magnate makes all the money The Original Step Toward Becoming a Magnate is the Step Toward a Bank's Door to Lay by YOUR FIRST SAVINGS. CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, MADISON. FLORIDA. Wishes to Aid You to Become a Magnate oeeeeeooo1,",lt',0l',,",' It 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. TXT". ZLj, Tooke. 'PHONE 47. A OLD BANK BUILDING. Georgia & Florida Railway. MAIN LINK r.fl'cctive Jan. 10th, lOO'.t. ARRIVALS From llazli'iiurst. Douclas, Nashville, Valdosta From Douglas, Nashville ami Valdosta From Nashville aud Valdosta DEPARTCRKS For VaHosta, Nasliville. Dmmlus, Ilazlehurst For Valdosta, Nashville and Douglas For Valdosta and Nashville, 11:40 am (3:20 im 6:10 iiui j 2:25 pro 6:30 am $ 6:10 am f Daily t Daily except Sunday S Sunday Only J.M. Tirxer, A. Pope, General Manager. 1 raUlc Manager. jjirt y m. m -.B3iS'. f Sewing Machines Of the Best Makes. I Am Selling $65.00 3 and $20 Cash. j Call and see them f "W. 'XOOlTO n In Old Dank Buildinff. Spring Sbota at Taylor's. Born to Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Conway, on Sunday 21t. Inst, a tine baby boy. Miss Clara Cogaios returned to Madi son Saturday, after a several weeks vi it to the Mltoe? May of Monticello. Ilr. A. L. Blaloek made two brief business trips recently, one to Quitman hut week aikI one to aldosta I uesday of tbis week. striiv.3: One black Berkshire male lo(j, one vear old and well grown. Will pay for Information leading to recovery. Morrotf A Peek. The following were among tbe new ..mil. o enter tbe Normal tills week. Mis. Carrie Hollv of Maricn count V. W. Walker of Alnohua county, Frank Walker of Alachua county, and B. A. Hammons of Marion county. Kev. T. C. Bradford officiated at a quiet borne wedding at Cherry Lake, rf.md.v morning at 9 o'clock, th hap I nr iviuntA being Miss Io.ie Hurrell of Cherry Lake and Mr. Rivera of White ' Snrinra. Florida. They left Sunday af ternoon for White Spring. The En- terprise Recorder extends congratuia tions and beet wiabw. Mrs. Wm. A. Cate was called to Grand Ieland, Florida Tuesday 02 ac cojot ot sicknes ot her daughter In law, Mm. P. M. Cate. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. J. CONWAY DENTIST, MADISON. - FLORIDA. Office Phone No. 101, Residence Phone No. 34. C, BLACK ASHLEY. Attornen-at-Law Practices In all the Courts of the State. Prompt attention given collections. Fire luauratioe. D. B. CASWELL, XDElsTTIST1 Office over Smith Merc Comp'y. Pbone75, 2 Rings.