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Ft DAVIS, rum JKWMLM, Has, as usual, the fin est aud largest stock of You Often Hear People Say of a Man Fine GOLD iu Town. Jewelry Here's golden advice to every business man and woman bank every dollar and pay all bills . by check. It simplifies book-keeping and in creases your financial standing by putting at your back the strength of the institution you bank with by hinting to the world that your every dollar is plus two. For the shortest road to this financial credit, try the services of The Firsl National pai)k, MADISON, TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76, Received by eiprees s new lot of La dies t7 00 Trimmed bata. Oo'og at 4 00. T. J. Ni Co. 2U Burr Raodf ii is spending the week In LiyeOak. Try can of Spanish Peppers. Leslie 4 Waring. . . . Fred Hardee of Tsllaba&see spent Monday In ttie city. ' Prof. W. A. Cate spent Sunday and Monday in Jacksonville ou basicess. Call ou Fraleigb-Llnes-Sbslfer Co. for corn, hay, oats and "Stafollfe." Will Stanley left yesterday for Moo- vtrcllo after having spent several weeks bere, - Try a mild sugar-cured "Majestic" Everv ham euaranteed. Leslie 4 Wariog. Will Taylor and Walter McDsniel left Tuesday afternoon for an outing ct few days at Atlanta Beach. For anr thing in the feed line, such as com, buy, oats and "Stafolife" vail oo Fralelgh-Lt net-Shelf er Company. Little Mibs Gladys Thornton has re turned from a delightful visit of several weeks with relatives in Jacksonville. O. H. Rutherford aocompauied by his cousin, Rufus Rutherford, of Lee, left Saturday for Atlanta to attcud col lege. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalctck returned Monday from Yaldosta where thpy bad visited their son, John Blalock. for a week or two. For Sale: Twoor three Jersey cows wllb first calves; also, my dwelling aud lot Bnd tenant houses on Sessions bill. A. L. Blalock. Col. Knox Livingston srrlved from his home, BeniiettsvMe, S. C, Tuesday afternoon, and is the guest of bis broth r, Mr. Archie Livingston. E C. Has6ell and little daughter, Willie ire spending the week at Hamp ton Spring. They went there last Thurf day and will return to-morrow. j "M8jecticnre not as good but (be best on earth. 'Phone Leslie A Waring. Miss Emma Akard.one of the popular -teachers at tbe Normal leave to day fur her boaue in Tennessee. Hnr many frlei)dewill be glad to welcome her hack in the fall. On neat Thursday, July 1st, the good penpleot that section of the county will assemble at Pine Lake and have a big picnic ' Everybody la invited to -corns and bring baskets filled with good things to "eat. Watermelons aVe plentiful these days tod tbe pnoe Is considerably lower than ft was a week or two ago. Jauies I. Kmart shipped several carloads of the fruit to tbe northern and westers mar ksls during the past week. i Tbe Town registration books are now open at the store of Vann IJros. It you bars not registered and want to vote in tbe bond election" of July tib, you'd better visit Al. Vann without delsy and get your name oo tbe books. C K. Nelsoo,; the urbane represen tative of the Ballard-Snotv Liniment Co., of 8t. Louis, ww a visitor in our city this wefc. He was a pleasant oall r at this office and rene red the adver tising contract of his coai; any with this FLORIDA 'Phone 114 for a Majestic." ' Hal Stoy of Jacksonville spent Sun day in.our city. Putdy Kelly has been in JacKtouville several days this week. Mrs. Sydney Hinely returned to her home In Live Oak Monday morning. Breedslove"s Ice Cream fresh every day at the Madison Drug Company. Mis. C. H. Iilshop has gone to White Springs where she will recuperate for several days. Mrs. Fannie Livinraton leaves to day for Brunswick, Ga., where she will spend some time with relatives. Mrs. O. W. Rutherford snd son, Wal ter, returned home Sunday from a viait to relatives and friends in Quitman. Come to us to purchase your feed com, oats, hay and "Stafolife." Frs. leigh-Ltiiee-Sbelfer Company, Miss Nell Hinelr will leave to-dny for Tullatussee where she will spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Royal C. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Coleman are re joicing over the coming to their huoue of a fine baby boy. The youngster ar rived Saturday. Misses Edna and Clyde Catledgs ars expected to arrive from Jasper this week for a viait of several days with their aunt, Mrs. C. D. Tuten. Mrs. Theo. Leslie snd young eon, Sl, are in Albany, Ga., where they are bav ing a delightful visit with friends and relatives. They will be gone all the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Parramore left Tuesday Afternoon fur Jacksonville in response to a telegram annnuueing the death in that city of Mrs. M. R Murks who was a sister of Mr. Prranjore. A communication from one of our county citizens on Go-jd Roads which was intended to reach us in time for publication this week, ua banded in too lute but it will appear in th ee columns ueit week. We are headquarters for ever) thijg that's good to eat. Leslie Jfc Waring. Sheldon Briusoti spent Sunday lu Monticello with hi? brother, J. B. l b. it is, be was tbe guest ol Ins brother out spent most of his time in that city with a cerUlu charming young laiy who recently visited bere. Dr. Yates has bought from the Fra leigli Lines alielfer Co., one of the new Ford Touring curs recently brought bere by that company. The doctor is now well provided with automobiles having a runabout for his practice and a touring car for family use. A'e erred last week in staticg thi t tbe pioniu at Lee on July 3rd was to be a Sunday school piculb The fact is that tbe picnic is a celebration by tbe public school of that town. A cordial iuvitatioii is extended to ail to be prevent and a good time assured. See tbe police In another eotuinn. From all reports Madison cnunty Is to be blessed with abundant field crops Ibis year. From all sections of the county come reports that tbe crops are tbe most promising for ' njaoy years. Especially Is this true of grain crxps. tbe corn crop being aiiusually large and Hue. Most of our farmers ars looking forward to tbe harvest seas"n confident that tbey will be able to fill their barns and cribs with corn and hay and have potatoes, sugar cans and meat in great quantities. Bracelets Clocke Chains Watches Pins and NOV ELTIES. All good and guaran teed, and engraved FREE of charge. : OlAt GrlB SS I will sell my entire stock of Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half Price. : : R. DAVIS JEWELER. Madisou, Florida. "Phone Leslie A Waring for Mnjestic Hams. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Horns on last Sunday, a fine boy baby. Mies Pearl Hataell bavs been spend ing a week with friends in Greenville. Morgan (registered) stallion for ser vice at Bevan Bros, stables. See Sevan Bros, owner. Frank Coles, ths popular bookkeeper for tbe Hardoe Co., was a visitor in Lake City last Sunday. Mr J. J. Jelks of Quitman, Ga., spent Sunday in our city as the guest of his daughter, Mrs. A. L. Blalock. Mrs". C. W. Seville and child left Tuesday for Richmond and other points In Virginia where tbey will spend tbe aummer. Dr Armstrong's next visit to Madi son July 7th. All eye trouble, head ache, nervousness overcome. Office: Merchants Hotel. 4. Misses Hattie Lou Dickinson and Helen Beggs returned Saturday from a delightful visit of several days with friends at Olympla. Mrs. Archie Livingston, jr., and tbe children will go to Lake City this after noon for a two weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. John Vinzant. Misses Vann Wilson and Josie Ms Donald have returned to tbe city from a most pleasant visit with friends and relative in tbe northern part of the county. All members of the W. C. T. V , and others interested in the work, are re quested to attend the meeting of that organization which will be held in the Btiptlet courch to-rnorruw (Friday) af ternoon at 4 o'clock Trv a "Majestic" Ham and cor.vir.ee yourself. Leslie k Waring, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Tuten spent Sun duy among tbelr old friends at.d neigh bore In the northern section of the county, htt?ndingcbur. h xt Shiloh Mr. Tuten eajs he baa never en better t.rops than they have up lp that country this yeT. Corn crop Is a huge one and In fine condition. Io ' Our Fourth at Rubicon," Wo mnii's Hotue Companion for July gives the Hctual Fourth of July experience of a town that bas abolished loy cannons anil firecrackers. Ths substitute works, and works finely, and will work In any other town that r ill v wants to do sway with power-posked faces and multilated fingers. "Bible Day" will be observed br tbe Macedonia Baptist Sunday aohool on nextSi tirday, a fine program bavin; been preoared which embraces au ad dress by Pastor Iyey of tbe Madison ohurch on "The Bible Fund." A pleasant-Ante is assured to ell who will at tend tbe exercises. If 'cut flowers from the florist's or trnnleii are placed ss soon as possible in cold water In which a little mild sosp has beeo dissolved, making suds, they will keep freeh muoh longer tusn usual, and will even freshsn up wonderfully if tbey have already drooped, Also, if one w-.ehes to keep roses in bud for some lime, a soft thread should be tied snugly smuud ths bud, and when ready for use, even though several days after picking, 'be rose will be found as snug a bud ss when first tied up, and more over, will not shatter as soon ss ordl nary. Womsn's Home Companion for J uly. - S S e e ee e ee ee ee ee ee rr ee e e ee e e e e ee ee ee ee ee e ee ee ee ee ee ee e ee ee e "He has money in the bank," and the people speak of him with respect as one who is g-etting" along in the world It's a good thing for your standing to have money in a bank, and it is easier than you think, especially as the CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, MADISON. FLORIDA is desirous of your doing business with them and will aid you "in every reasonable way Capitol $o0, 000-00 Surplus $lo,000. 00 c5 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Georgia & Florida Railway. f 3 Dally P. M. t 1 Daily A. M. Effective 2 50 6 15 Lv (1) Hazelliurst Ar 12 43 9 40 4 17 7 42 (2) Douglas 1114 8 11 8 60 12 SO (3) Broxton 1 2 30 8 15 5 05' 8 30 (4) Willacoochee Ar 10 29 7 26 5 52 9 15 Na-hville 9 42 6 38 8 00 11 25 (5) Spark? 11 25 8 00 7 00 10 17 (6) Valdosta 8 30 5 30 8 30 11 40 Ar (7) Madison Lv. , 6 30 4 00 CONNECTIONS 1. Southern Railway Nos. 13 and 15 North; Nos. 14 and 16 South 2. Atlantic Birmingham dc Atlantic Ry. Hot. 2 7 4 East, Nos. 14 3 Weal 3. Flizgerald, Ocilla dr Broxton Ry. Nos. 2 and 4 also 1 and 3 4. Atlantic CoartLine Ry- N". 90 & 96 East; Nos. 91 St 97 West 5. Georgia Southern fe Florida Ry. Nos. 2 4 4 North Nos. 1 A- 3 South 6. Atlantic Coast Line Ry. Nos. 46 and 180 East; Nos. 185 and 189 West, 7. Seaboard Air Line Uy. Nos. 77 and 79 Weat; Nos. 76 and 78 East New Short fast twice daily line, all Western Florida and Gulf porjts via Seaboard Air Line Railway and Madison to Macon, Atlanta, all points beyond, East, West, North via Hazeluurst and Southern Railway. Close connections at Madison, quickest time, man sleepers on night trims, all connecting lines. Through tickets sold, baggage checked, all information at all tickets officers. J. M. Tibner, General Manager. We sell the celebrated Majestic: Hams. Lfilie ii Warlna;. Miss Jean Patterson is tbe guest of Mrs. W. M. Burton this week. Col. Clias. E Dnvis left Monday at- terDom for Jiickaoijville where he had protes3lon:il business. For sale nt a bargain; Fvwr grsdd Jersey milk cows wl'.h young calves. V. P. Thompson, R. F. D. 1. tf Miss Fannie Smithson of Luke City is attending the summer school here and is a guest in the home of Miss Nonie FMmomlson. Professor W. J Maloy returned last week from a very pleasant trip to points in South Florida, lie Is again at Moselej'j f ru4' Sto:-e. . Quit the Drug Habit. You ran be cured permanently. Writs for purlieu lira best treatment koown and Is guar anteed. Address Box 223, Do "ling Park, Fla. 4. At her home about two miles nortb of town on last Friday Mra. Rleanor Pinson departed this life in the "2ad Year of her age. Deceased was one of the old residents of our oounty being the widow of the late W. H. Pinson and daughter of John Gandr, deceased. I'he funeral was held at Piney Grove church on Sunday, Rev. A. N. Wood. wrd being in charge. 8be leaves two unmarried daughters, twin sisters, MUs Georgia and Mlas Florida, and four sons. Our sympathy Slid condolences are ex tended to the bereaved family. We saw a letter last week from the president of a Business College say in if he wanted to move to Madison acd join forces with our school. The present uuildiogisto small to accommodate another school but tbe county School Board Is willing and anxtoua to enlarge tbe present building, or bcild another one, provided tbe town will build a dormitory. A business college added to our present eicellect school would mem a great deal for Madison and we sin cerely bops that tbe president of the college may be induced to move bla school to our town. ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee f.U ee ee ee ee -ee ee ee ee e ee se se se ee ee ee ee e e ee e e ee ee ee ee S3 May 1st lyOU f '2 Lailv P. M." t i Daily P. M. excellent road, new coaches, pull- A. Pope, Traffic Manager. For Rent: My store formerly occu pied by W.S. Overstreet. A.E.Fralelgh, Col. Pvandell Rjwe spent Monday in Lake City on professional business. Flace to buy your school books at lowest prices, is ut L. Tocke's store. Key, Curtl Crulib conducted seryi ces at tte Episcopal cburcb lu-t S'Jnduy iLOrcUg nnd afteroooc. Mrs. S. E. Cobb and son, Sain left vssterdny for Talluba?eee after a very pic aeant visit of several weeks witti relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thornton and their infant son of Tampa, are guests of the lady's grandparents, (.'apt. and Mra. W. W. Whitlock. The summer school being conducted by Professors W. A. Cats and Grai t Wbeeler started off with an enrollment of ttiirty-tive and others are expected to come this week for the summer course. Will Celebrate the Fourth. There will be a picnic in tbe Grove at Lee, Fla., July 3rd. An exercibe on "Fourth of July" will be given by pupils of Lee school at 10:30 a. tn. Refreshments will be sold to raise money for the beueQt of the school. Everybody come and bring well filled baskets. Salue R. Shileb, Teacher. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tbe Best on the Market "1 have used Cbamoerlaic'a Cough Remedy and find It to be tbe best on the market," snys E. W. Tardy, editor of Tbe Sentinel, Gaiusuoro Tend. ' Our baby had several colds tbe past winter and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy al ways gave it relief at ocoe and cured it io a abort time. I always recommend' itwben opportnnity presents itself." For sals by B F. Moeley & W. B. Da-is. rir.