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Our 'Phone 76 . New Hats at Taylor'e. 8. K. Irvine of Live Oak wsa In town Sunday. FENOLE, Disinfectant and Insecti ' clJe (or aale at H. R. Stephens. C. B .Ashley made a professional-visit to Quiccy Thursday and Friday ot last week. Morgan (registered) stallion for ser vice at Bevan. Bros. Mables. See Bevan Bros, owner. Mrs. J. T. Vann returned Sunday af ter a week's visit to her mother, Mrs. Armstrong at Pinelaud. Come to us to purchase your corn, oats, hay and' 'Stafolife." leigh-Lines-Sbelfer Company. feed Fra Rev. Cbaa. Conway, of tha House of - Representatives spent from Saturday until Sunday eight with Dr. Conway. For inv thine In tha feed line, euob (com, bay, oats and "Stafolife" call on Frtleigb-Lines-Sbelfer Company. Plans are under way in U. D. C. cir cles fur the observance of Tag day In Madiion, for the benefit of our city park. If you have meat bogs or- beet cattle to sell, call and see me when In town. A. T. Home, corner store, Pope block. . Mra. T. 0. Bradford and Wallace re turned Monday from Pinelta where they accompalned Mr. Bradfo d to h.s appointment. The Men's Bible Study Class meets very Tuesday evening at the Metho dist church. This Claris un demon i national, and all men are heartily wel come. Rev. P. J. Bresr.abao held two servi ces Sunday for tbs Catholics. Mass sod sermon at 10 o'clock a. m. and sermon at 4 p. m. There was also a Mass at 7 a. m Mouday. -. Miss Cora Stebbina and Mrs Stebblns of Hickory grove, were in town shop pine last week, Miss Stebblns being at home on a vacation after feeding her Vear'a school teaching !n Soutb Flor ida. Air. and Mrs.T. C. Stnltb and Mr. D. G. Smith went Thursday to Panne Springs where they ill spend several weeks. "Tebo" has been quite ill for many weeks and we heartily wish him a speedy oonvalercetice. Seving Machines Of the Best Makes. Am Selling $65.00 , Machines for $15 and $20 Cash.- -5 t Call and e there S s In Oia JUanii;uut3diiig. Latest styles in shirts, at Taylor's.' Carroll Smith spent SldcIuj and Mon day in Tallahassee with hi father. Miss Hazel Tucker ard Kathleen Thomas are expected home Tuesday, from Nashville, Tenn. Misses En! and Otha Sale relumed Sunday to Cherry Lake. Mrs. James Wycbe has the care of He well AVarinu's little family. The mid -week prayer meeting at the Methodist church will be led by the Epworth League of fleers ne.it Wed nesday evening. Mrs. B. I). Vt'adsworth with Misses Thoe. Barrett and Kathleen Sullivan arrived Friday from Hampton Springs where tney had made a ten dus visit s' trayed : One black mare mule, 7 veirsold. Branded on right shoulder with figure 'T Take up and notify C. V Martin R. F. D. 1, Madison Fla. Misses Vann Wilson, Delia Martin and Willie Sue vile returned Tuesday after n delightful visits to friends and relatives in Monticellj and Pi d hook-, Jtfferson C'ojnly, Right Rev. E lwin G. Weed, Bishop of Florida, will conduct two services at St. Mary's Episcopal church next Sun day, May 23rd. Morning pmyer and sermon at 11 o'clock, evening prayer, sermon and confirmation at 8 o'clock. As ajnounoed last week, Rev. Ivey Monday to hold a ten day meeting tor bis friend and former class-mate, Rev. R.Wells of Jennings. Rev. Wells will till Bro. Ivey's pulpit for bltn here uXt Sunday, at boib ni'irniog and evening service. Services were begun Wednesday even ing antl will continue ihursday and Friday evenings at St. Mary's Episco pal church. These services will be coo ducted by Rev. Curtis Grubb, Rector, assisted by Rev. Walter Cayell of Lake City, s o clock is the hour and all are ordlally Invited to join to tbs worship An especially interesting service will be the "Junior Congregation, tc be held Sunday at tha Methodist church at 11 a. m The choir will be composed ot the Junior and Boy's Leagues,itnri there will be sweet singing by the boys alone, The sermon will bu pnrticulurly te children, and all children are invilej to attend. While on his rounds delivering groce ries Tuesday morning, Torn Leslie's borae became UDmnnageuble, anal after running some distance, the seat wag overturned, throwing Tom out near Mrs. Frank Martin's home Ha was taken in to Mrs. Martin's, Dr. Vutes summoned and, it was discovered tbat be had received a painful but not serious scalp wound. He ie now none the worse for what might Lav pruyed a grave accident. After a brief but painful attuek of cholera infantum, little Mirk the eluht month's old baby of Mr. and Mra. Ed Dobson, of Hupawell iire:ilhd his .'ant early Tuesday morning. Mrs. Ilrvanl ot Poly Ala. a relative of Mrs. Dobn.n was summoned by long distanoe plioue and arrived Tuesday night. The little b tly was laid to rest Wednesday in tt.e Mitdisou Cemetery. Mr. Dobeon Is s machinist for tbs Sinclair Lumber Uj. and he has been in Florida only a very short lime so tbey were comparative strangers, but the hearts of all tbe com mualty went out to them lo their sud daa bereavement. s and I ES. guaran engraved charge. : fct Gla ss .vill sell my entire stock of Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half Trice. : ; R. DAVIS JEWELER. Mailisoa. Florida. Buy Shoe- at Taylor's. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holton of Cherry Like were visitors in Madison Tuesdav, Breedslove'a Ice Cream fresh every day at the Madiscc Drug Company. Mrs. L. W. Glass of Jacksonville is expected Saturday to spend the summer with Miss Nome Edmondson. Rey. L. D. Lowe expects to leave early next week and will be away five days, attending District Conference at Carrabelle. Mrs. Cary Hardee and little daughter who have been atSaropala several week with Mrs. Theo Bandell returned Sat urday to their homa in Live Oak. The Epworth League will be led nest Sunday by Miss Gertrude Plant. Hour, 4toSp.ru. All young people are in vited to attend. Strangers and visitors especially aie welcome. Miss Micta Fonda returned Friday from St. Augustine where she tpjnt several days most delightfully . as a del egate to the State Woman' Auxiliary ot the Episcopal church. Mrs. It. L- Lofton, an attractive Ma tron ot Hazelburst Ga. is with her hue band w ho is one ot the conductors on the Vuldoeta Southern. While bere. she Is making- ber borne with Mrs. Frank Martin. Aa there was no especial business to come before the Pbllathea clnss of the Baptist cburcb, the May meeting was called i ff for the 8. 8. Pic-nic. The next meeting will be tbe regular Juns meeting with Mies Eula Hassell as hos tess. Or. Mickel is away this week attend ing closing exercises ot Palmer Co' lege, DeFuuiak Springs, at which be is to deliver the Commencement ' Address, but will be back for his regular ap pointments next Sunday at Mudison and Pineland churches. Owing to tbe absence of Sept. C. B. Smith at Tallahassee and Asst.. Snpt. S. I). Morrow, the Method:st S. S. was conducted by tbe Pastor, Rev. L. U. Lowe. After (be lessons, be led a tilt sen minutes Bible drill, which interesting featuie is to be rfjfularly observed in the future r A letter haa heeii received by an old and valued friend of this paper from a member of the Palmetto Guard. Charleston, S C. This company whs stationed hers in liOl, and though many years have lied, the w riter liui still many pleasant recollection ot Madison and the hospitality cf it citizens. The bandeome Itjq ferr.-e placed around the park square, the cost of which was met by the County Commis sioners and that of its ereotion by tbe Town Council, ts now complete and it adds womlerfully to the attiectiveucss lit that part of town Next In order Is for the women to give a lawn fete to start a fuud with which to keep tbe park In order. Who will be tbe oue to undertake this? With Mr. Coleman as phafleur, Vt'ul den Bevan, Walter Wade, Tom Is!i and lien Waring went Sunday to White Spi inga for a days ou'lng. Just as they bad almost reached their luteuded stop plug pleoe. having entered the main street ot tbe town the auto came to a gentie stand-still. Tbs beak was one Impossible to repair on such short no tice, so tbey returned on tbe afterneon train of tbs same dy. I department. We ' solid t the email' savings of men, women and children, taking pleasure hi giving them interest FOUf timCS 3, Year. If ytu do not give'us jrour bonking business it U your fault, for we lose no opportunity of solic iting it and will appreciate fully having you a patron. No Time Like the Present Give us your Account today CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, MADISON. mt -,)seseeeeeee) Georgia & Florida Railway. f 3 Daily f 1 Daily Effective P. M. A. M. 2 60 6 15 Lv 4 17 7 42 8 50 12 30 3 05 8 30 5 52 9 15 8 0i) 1125 V 00 "10 17 8 30 11 40 Ar COVVHCTOVS 1. Southern Railway Nos. 13 and 15 North; Nos. 14 and 1C South 2. Atlantic Birmingham & Atlantic Ry. Nos. 2 7 4 East. Nos. 1 A3 West 3. Etizgerald, Ocilla 5r Hroxton Ry. Nos. 2 and 4 also 1 and 3 4. Atlantic CoastLiue Ry. Nos. 16 i- CO East; Nos. 91 97 Went 5. Georgia Southern A Florida Ry. Nos. 2 A- 4 North Nos. 1 iv 3 South G. Atlantic Coast Line Ry. No. 46 and 180 East; Nos. 180 and 189 West 7. Seaboard Air Line Ry. Noi. 77 and 79 West; Nos. 76 anil 7 East J. M. Tcbner, A. Pope, General Manager. Traffic Manager. Wanted a ce pair pants. See Tay lor. Archie Ltnler and Sheldon Baiter were visitors to Pinelta Sunday. Call on Fraleigb-Llues-Sbelfer Co., (or corn, hty, oats and "Stafolife. " Born to Mrs. 1. N. Steely of Williama burg Ky. on the 11th met., a handsome son, naater Hugh Childress Steely. lira. P. 8. CoffglnB and vaster P. S. Jr., returned Tjceday from Valdosta, where they have been Ysltlr:K several daya. Mra. Jesse Con way and Mrs. J D. McDonald will leave Saturday for (ireenville to spend several days with Mra. J. T. Phillips. Miss r.ila Crooks of Boston. On., who cumbers ber warm friend hereby the score, arrived last Thursday And will be the guest ol Mrs. J. P. MtCall for several week. Mr. and Mrs. Walden 3ev.m were among those to go from here ti Elliiville Sunday when the death of Mrs. Sevan's brother became known. Our whole community sjrupathi. e aitburs. Be-.uii In her sorrow . All members of Madison camp No. ICS wooumau of tbe world are requested to meet at the Forest on Sunday June the C t at 3 o'clock P. M . to take part in decorating Dead Sov. graves. T. L. Brlnson, Con. Com. It baa beon the coed fortune of the i-h'oir ot the Baptist church to secure Mra E E. Wbitner of Memphis, Tecu., as leader and trainer, and tbe beauti ful music tbey render attest ability along that line. Mrs. Wbitner Is peculiarly fitted for leadership, herself singing any of the parts and ber quick ear rfeadlly detecting the slig.itaet flaw in the rendering, besides - being gifted nltb murksd executive ability. 'At 5 p. ro. Tuesday IStb, Int. the pint of little Walden. son of Mr. and .tra. Jatnes Bevan was released from its tenement of flesh, and returned to the tender care of The Heavenly Shepherd. His illness was brief but severe from the first. The proCoundeai syinpathlea of all have gone out to the sorrowing parents, particularly to the loving mo ther who is herself q-iite ill. May Ood romtort- thaua. - bolh.v Tbe. little body was laid to ret at lbs Cemetery at o'ploclc vTedneeday afterneon. FLORIDA. :: May 1st 190'J t 2 Daily P. M." t 4 Daily P. M. (1) Hazelburst Ar 12 4:; 9 40 (2) Douglas U 14 8 11 (3) Broslon 12 30 3 15 (4) Willacoochee Ar 10 20 7 26 Nashville 9 42 6 38 (5) Spark? 11 25 8 00 (6) VaUloata 8 30 5 30 (7) Madison 6 40 4 00 Clothing, tbe best at Taylor's. Miss Mary MorgBQ of Valdostn was a guest ot Mrs. J. D. bbaw Monday. For Rem-; My store formerly occu pied by W.S. Overstreet. A.E.Fralelgh. Mrs. Dr. J. H. McCall os Quitman ts spending eeveral weeks with ber eon Mr. B. B. McCall, having arrived early last week. Mrs. W. M. Taylor with bsr babies, left Wednesday for Baltimore, where i4r4, Taylor will spend the summer with her outber. "Children. Du'' will be beautifully and appropriately observed by floral decorations, soegs and recitations in tpe Presbyterian Sunday School next .Sunday. Judge Martin spent from Friday to Monday In Hamburg, then went to Valdosta Monday to see his physician about his eyes. He was assured that they are iteadily iinpro 'lug. Mrs. Lillie Edmondson bha as ber boarders tbe following attractive young -ladies, all new Normal Students, Mlsa Havnes of Lakeland, Miss Scott of Soutb Lake Weir. Mies Smith of Bradford an Miss Howard of Live Oak. The Presbyterla- Church will not bold their usual annual serlee of servi ces this year till fall, probably tbe later part of November, at which time It is expected that a meetiog will be' con ducted by Rey. J. L. Bachmati, D. D. of Tennessee. Mri. W. L. Parramors, who after it tending tbe V. D. C Convention atSt Augustine spent several days in Jack sonville visiting Mrs. P. J. Pkrramore returned last Thursday, bringiug witb her little Helen Fraleuh who has beea in Jacksonville fur two weeks with Mra Will Mitchell. While returning from Hamburg Sun day afternoon, Mr. J. W. I,oper and Mis. Eita Morrow had an exciting run away experience, ending in both being thrown from tbe buggy at or near the country home of Ola Sander. The horse mas badly scratched by a wlre fence, and tbe buggy left a complete wreck but fortunately the parties them selves suffered nothing worse than the shock ot the accident. Happily for them, Mr. and Mrs. Handera bad driv en out to their place and they provided means for the return of tbe young peo pit to Madlsoa.