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ONE Y DEPOSIT IT When You Have a Surplus, With $$$$ $$$$$$ $.$$$$$$$ $$$$$$ BORROW IT When In Need, From The First National Bank Of Madison. To Depositors We offer the best security with liberal rates of interest on time deposits and savings accounts. To Borrowing Customers We furnish the "needful" at all times on personal or other security at prevail ing rates and on easy terras. TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76. Local Sea Island Cotton Quotations. Corrected Wednesday of (fauli week. d ude No. 1 25 to 21 i Gn.de Xo. 2 24 (o 24 M Grade No, 3. ...No quotation. C. Fred Hamilton for fine fruits. ( I.nrlle Gibbs cf Lee was A business vintnr id tlie city Tuesday. For Sale: Three nice farms, near town. Apply to R. S. Mclntyre. 4t Mrs. John T. Vann has Issued cards for an "At Home" tb: afternoon from 3:10 to 0 o'clock. Just received a beautiful lot of lute style Dorothy Dodd Shoes Bed Oxford at the S.ith Mercantile Co. Miss S.V. Kamlell goes to Live Oak to day for a visit to her sisters, Mes dames 0. A Hardee and Syd Hmely. W. O. Clement arrived last week from Milltown, Gb., and has accepted a position with the Citizens Bank for the winter. Charles E. Davis lef Saturday morn ing for Pablo Beach where Mrs. Davit and the children r spending a few weeks. He ret u reed home Tuesday. There ure more than twice its many boarding pupils now at the Normal t'mu that institution has ever hio) at this time of the year before, and others are coining everv week. The many friends throu .hout the county of Mr. John CowsrL, whose home Is. at Pinetta, will be pleased to know hnl he i now cocvideecent from an nt t 'i'k of pneumonia contracted two weeks Prof. Walter Cat inform its that Mir L'mms, Aksid will arrive in the city loud and will aijain enter upon the duties of a teacher lo the Normal. The many friends of this popular young lady will be glad to welcome her attain. The old veterans who attended the Confederate re-unlon at Live 0..k Inst week speak In terms of highest, praise of the cordial hospitality extended to them and their cnmrad?s by the good people of our Bister cltv. Especially do they compliment Col L. E. Kouerson on li is uiagnificent speech which was delivered at the Wednesday evening session of the Veterans. We huve heard more than one say that the speech wns the llnpst they had ever heard along the lines upon which it was Inld down. cms v mm YkM lis heralded as besf I Lasts lonrtcst I feREOl hrnnnmirnl albnaksTWOrJ For Sale by Madison Drug; Company. Cnne grinding will soon be in order. Fresh Oysters Tuesdays and Fridays at Hamilton's. Alex Smith left Monday fur a trip to the gulf court In quest of fish, game nnd a good time generally. M Iss Eula Haesell left Monday for Green Cove Springs where sha will teach in the school for several month. After a delightful summer spent, in the hills of New Hampshire and In New Vnrk, Miss Clara Coggins returned home Tuesday night. Go to W. L. Tooke's and examine those New ftoval Sewing Machines nt 815 nnd 820. They are burual na and now is tlie time to get one of them. Dr. ami Mrs. Conway went up to OreenvUIe Saturday, the doctor return ing home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Conway will spend several days with her parents at Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Newman who have been nt Asheville. N. C, for several months, returned to Madison Monday night and expect to set up hoi:sekeep ing in the Belote house within a few days. Mrs Koyal C. Dunn, wife of Railroad Commissioner Dunn, is quite seriously 111, her sister, Miss Nellie Hinely, hav ing been telegraphed for ut Madison, ar riving Sunday. Two other sinters from the above city arrived Monday. Dor Ida. Hon. Livingston Vanu arrived from Washington last Saturday oo hie annual visit to his parents, Judge and Mrs. E. J. Vann. Mr. Vaun Is connected wiih the Interstate Commerce Commission ol the general government and hns a snug berth In the legal department. He will be in the city several week. Mrs. L. A. Fraleigb nnd Mrs II. V, Wuitnell left Saturday for Monilclln where they attended the annual meet ing of the Woman's Home M ssionary Society of the Methodist church in Florida. While i that city SI ih. Wuit nell was the guest of Mr. nod Mrs Charlie Carroll and Mrs. Fnileigli was entertained by her friend and former ( lues mate, Mrs. Will Carroll. Don't forget that on TliHiiksgiviua night the Madison Orchestra Is gojtig to have a tiddlers convention, to which every fiddler in Madison county is cor du lly invited and expected to attend. Adveilibing matter will be sent tl rough out the county in a few days, The b' st tiddler In the county will secure lis a prize a tine violin. Rosin the how, fel lows, nnd g"t ready for the contest. Special trains wei run Sunday to and from the camp grounds at Hanson and a great Dumber of our pcop'e took advantage of the opportunity thus pre sented to 'ittend the services. At the morning service Key, MuLeod preachKt and in the afternoon Rey,. Whitnell ol the Methodist church here filled the pulpit to the satisfaction of a trmneml oils congregation- The meeting is well under wav and is proving a ucceba. Rbv L. li. Uridgers, a wonderfully sweet singer, i in uhurge of the music and Waller Whitlock operates the organ, The meeting will continue throughout the week with three Bervi ce dutlv. Next Sunday will probably be the last Sunday on whih the meet ing will be held and large crowds are expected to attend on that day. It it probable that special trains will bt operated again on nxt Sunday by the Valdosta Southern. The -Whole Family ' In Trouble! The man who was too economi cal to buy a clock sent his little boy to get the time from a neigh bor this rainy weather. In his haste the boy ran over a $4.00 stand of bees and in ten minutes looked like a water summer squash. His cries reached his father, who ran to his assistance and failing to notice a barbed wire fence ran into that breaking it down, cutting a handful of flesh from his anatomy and ruining a $5.00 pair of pants. The old cow took advantage of the gap in the fence and got into the corn field and killed herself eating green corn. Hearing the racket, t! e wife ran out, upsetting a four gallon churn full of rich cream into a basketof kittens, drowning the whole flock. In the hurry she dropped a $7.00 set of false teeth. The baby, left alone, crawled through the spilled milk into the parlor, ruining a brand new $20.00 carpet. During the excitement, the oldest daughter ran away with the hired man, the dog broke up eleven setting hens, the calves got out and chewed the tails off of four fine shirts. IR. DAVIS, Jeweler, Sells Watches & Clocks. Redden R .ndell ie spending the week in Live Oak For Sale: Seed He. Address W II, Davenport, Hanson, Fla. !l I iJ-Ht Mrs. W. H. D.ivU returned home last wefk from Jacksonville where she hud trisit d friends for several weeks. Prof Vill:Hin A. ''ale l in South Florida for n much needed rest of sev ernl weeks. He is visiting Ins sou in HillBhoro county. J he Enterprise Recorder and the Southern Agriculturist, two impers both one year tor the price of one 1 Send In your subscription now. This offer will not last forever. V Next Monday.boys, you can LI'.CiAL LV get down vour gun, whistle to your cog and go to the fields nnd forests in search of quail. If you hnvc ten shoot ing them before now you have been violating the law. Mr. and Mrs. Kale Mava ami son Dannltte, left Monday in wagons and buggies for a trip to the gulf coast fisheries where they will stay a couple of weeks They went plentiitilly pro vided lth lliiiius necess-iry to tho com-, fort nnd enjoyment of camp life. Writing of u recent inill nery openim' ocjaeitn In Live Oak the Democrat of Unit city pays the following high and deserved compliment 'o a Madison nr ifxiiiz:ition i.f which wo ar all proud. Tlie Democrat b. , "In epealilog of this beautiriil t'lsplay, a credit to the Ladies Emporium, the managiMuent of endi of thrse I wo department", and to our city, we must nlo (jive due credit to the ''Madison Orcestrn,'' iIk best in tins siction, mi l among tlie very heel In the Stale, w hn rendered a program upon this jccBsliill, theeipnil nt which I us been seldom litened lo in Live Oak. Madison should he Ju-tiv proud of this organization of inu-icl.-ins, nnd we hope to enjoy the plensuu. of theli music on ir.any other ocohh i.i-rc." YJie(ie(io-(-issii, t-.-j WE SELL Buster Brown's GUARANTEED STOCKINGS FOR MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD The Best-Looking, Beat-Feeling and Best-Fitting, as well as est-Wearlng Stockings made. IET US SHOW YOU r. " Smitn Meicantile Cr. Madison, Fla. i : 0 o a o an - mm E NOT ONLY ACCEPT YOUR DEPOSITS KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFELY and render you every possible ac commodation that the best banks in the country can render, but we will give you every sort of as sistance in your business affairs. We make your business our business, if you will let us. CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON. MADISON. FLORIDA The centrally located Bank The Bank for ladies to deal with The four per cent interest Bank The progressive up-to-date Bank The Bank that wants your business The conservatively managed Bank ) OS V ) i ;j 0 est M James ('. Sharon of ijuimy ppent several days in the c t.' this week. Fresh OvsterB every Monday. Thurs day, Friday and Saturday a'.. Xicts. per quart. Thorie US. K, H. Hishop. The first frost of the season fell on MoDday morning nnd was BUlliclently heavy to nip tet.der plants. Mrs. Kandcll Pope reached home last Thursday from Henderson. N.C.. where she litul been vi.-lling her mother, Mrs. McXnlr, for several weeks. D seems that MadUon U to have n flood of circuses this winter. The firs' one coiues on i,ext Wednesday uiiil John Itobinson will be here with Ills bl tented show on the eighteenth. Edward Everett Hale, Kellogg Dur laud. Mnrlou Harlmid, Kate Uouglas Wiggin, Anna Kalherine Green, Alice Brown and u dozen others are all con tributors to the November '(trat.' Home Companion. Archie Livingston, jr , is ngoin nt his p'ace in the Citizens Bunk alter an e. . forced iibseiico of several wuek sutler ing w ith ulcers. Arch is a clever boy. very popular, and his ru appe iraucv cn the sceue ol action w is cordially appre ciated by his nianv friends. Mr. W. T. Illnir who lives in the Pi netta section of the county, received the sad inlellliictice on Monday, 1 St h itist , of the death of his sister, M:ss Emily J-iw llhiir. which rcurred nt her borne in Suwnunee county on that dale. ))u I'u.i-eil wns oM years of age and had lived a ustdul life, a id hi r death is deplorvd iy a Inrgo circle of friends snd relatives in this county We Want Your Jobwork You will want) ui to have it when you see our samples and hear :: :: OUR PRICES :: :: Call at this office tvhen in need of anything in the line of POINTING Without d uhf finlfport never hns een such a croud of people Ms were ere to see the Mighty Haag ILclroad Shows. Both in the altprnnnn and veiling the tents were crowded with enplc, and in the afternoon hundreds 'onto not secure ucKeo n me m-m-l vairon was dosed long before two1 'clock. Every train durinit the d.y irouplit people to see the show, and long before time for the parade to iiiuke 's appearanue on the streets they were crowded with people anxiously awiit og It, and not one was disappointed, ,s Mr. Haag hns spent plenty of time nd money on hi street parade, mnk ng It seconl to none. Never in the bls ory of Gulfport have there been as many pretty girls, funny clowns and gocd muslo in one parade. The Gulf port Times is sure It voices the senti ment of the people when It ay, give us more show like Haag. Gulfport (Miss ,) Time. Madison.November 3rd. Met". Thsrin Is at home this week af. tcr a very aucces(ul trip on the road. Just receive 1 s beautiful lot of at style Horotby Dodd Shoes ai.J Ox for. Is at the Smith .Mercantile Co. l(v. L. V. Moore, presiding elder of the 'fVlahassee District, paused through the city Monday afternoon en route to iiiw uituip .Heciing at, lli.nsou. Dr. Armstroi.gV nel yleit to .Msdi Hon vill he oi) tlie rirst Wednesdav in November. Anyone subject to eye trouble, headaches or nervousness should sec him. ifluc nt Merchants Hole;, One day only. :u. Tho "iig moguls'' of the Cieorgia and Flcnd.i Hail wh.v spent last Friday In the city looking ,-ifter the atfiirs of the Valdosta Southern end of the line. In the party were Mr. Turner, general iniinaifer, Mr. Pope, tratlic manager, Col Wilkinson, vice president and oth e s. The Mighty itaag Kailroad Show which exhibit at Madison on November :lrd, are the only shows hacked bv southern capital, owned by a southern gentleman and ur-naged by southern brains. Mr. F.rnest Hang, owner of the show, Uvea in Shreveport, La., where the winter quarters, of the show are, auo the piss word in Shreveport is ' let us go out to the Haag Shows winter headquarters." Remember when at tending the Mighty Hung show you ure patronizing the only southern show, lo'inenihcr tho day and date. The next meeting of the Board of Trade will be held one week from to night and It is iuv.J upon every mem ber lo he present . The Boar I of Gov. eruors of the org luizat.iun ni"et weekly everv Moi.day night end it is highly probable that there will hesomc reports to he mode hi the general meeting which will prove of unv.t interest. Let. every member I cnieuiber the time n ml be present, and those who have not Jet en rolled are cordially invited toattend the meeting, and give their i.i.iiici for mem bership In the organization. ; The editor of this p iper got a rather rough "joil" one day this weea. We have always rather prided ourseif upon our plain handwriting, ai d especially proud have we been of our signature. Having occasion n fw days ago to write a letter in our t apnc iy as secro tary of the board of Trade we used blunk paper therefor, the lionrd not having jet provided Itself with station ery. Sunday we received a reply to our communication and it, wa addre sed to "Cambe'l II. Hunt. Sec.,' etc. Just how our correspondent ni'niiged to I make that name out of the letters of our name Columbus H. Smith we are "finable to determine, hut the fuel that he dec'pheied our niimo as lie did ef fectually kiiocke I some of our conceit out of us, and we no loticr boast of our handwriting. How to Cure a Cold He as careful as you can, jou will oc Hsioually take cold, and when you do, get a medicine of known I'e.b.nihly. c ne that hn tin established reputation and that is certain t.i etr-ct a (piick cure. Such a medicine is Chamberlain's Cougb Remedy. It has gained a world wide reputation bv Its remarkable cures of this most common ailment, and can al ways be depended upon. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to healthy condition. For sale by W. B. Day Is and B. F. Moseley. f!