to have money is to save it. The one sure way to save it is
by depositing it in a responsible bank. You will then be ex
empt from the annoyance of having it burn holes in vonr
r pockets, and asiie frjm the fact that your money will be
1 xi f. u uu4. r : a j i . i
sate irom nieiv., mc uavi. vx bitvnijf tenus 10 tne establish
ment of thrift, economy, discipline and a general under
standing of business principles essential to your success.
To those wishing to establish relations with a safe, strong
bank we heartily extend our services.
Our 'Phone 76.
Gloyen for everybody at Taylor'.
Co'. lUndcll H. Rowe spent several
Jivi this week in Jacksonville on busi-
I.bI -A brimile Bull Terrier Diinnv.
4hout four months old. Rewnrd will be
ptlil lor his returr to C. II. Smith.
RrginnM W. Hours, a prominent citi-
ttoot Jacksonville, rpent Sunday in
the city a a guest of bis friend, B. D.
For Rnlet .7000 bushels Florida Seed
PeaDiite, nil new crop, hand picked,
wuDds'id bright. Rou & Hall, Lowell,
Florida. 1 6 8t.
Mil Jintie PhiH'p-!cCall came
overborn Live Oak Sunday night, and
pent a few day with her friend, Mrs.
J. P. Mo 1 1, at the Merchants.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith, Mrs. W,
C. Smith. Miss Stanley and Mr. V. N.
Tieknor. farmed a pleasant party of Al
bany. Gu., ivho registered at the Mer
Mim M'nta Fonda returned from
tyltiuil), On., Monday nuM. She was
ailed to that city where she spent
Sucdny to have clinrxe of ihe munio :il
the Ep'H'opnl service hi whicu a lartr?
class was coiilirmed.
, Mm. C'i'umlnis Smith pHRBPil through
MucHmjii Niturdi' en route to Momi
Hlo from .lai'kutiille here she ban
Ixvo innlcrt'ili'H surgical treatment at
ih I itj Sniatorium for two month
Pst. Willi the younger Smith children
lh returned home Tueadnv aflei uo n.
Emma V. telle, the five months old
imfnntuf Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Bishop,
Jied at i!,e fninllv home in this city last
We.lhefcduy iiiht, Utb inst., after a
linrtilliirvs, The litt,e body was tend
wly borne to Oak Itldtfe Cemetery on
Tliursdny and there laid to rest The
jounir parents havs the sympaihy of
tlinr many frienCs in their deep grief.
C n sm r
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
IF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
(-."'NO TO OTHIR MAKE."
worn W. l Douiiu .ho.t for the
tuI.rtL'.:.", nd th. ere tmr
tt.u. .tL'." ' "h rd. .ho.. In
comfort and durability. W.G. JONS8.
If --. u ," Hrd Ay... Utlca, N.V.
M could Uke you into my Urge f-c-
Brockton, NW, and ahow you
" '"fully W. L. DouUs ehoM ar.
yoa would realise .why they hold
rr,P. fit batter, wear lotif ar, and
ea WrMtor Tlua Uuu u' other snak.
IIto?5 boU""- T.kTw. auu.tli.ia.
i. UOr,ter,1'l- W .L.ioiilM,6rooUoa,
T. J. Beggs & Co.
Kine Clothing at Taylor's.
ieelerday belli a lejtal holidaj
Lee a birthday the banks of the city
Doll drawing at Mnseley'a Drug Sfre
Jauuarv 2(1, I o'clock, p. in. w
llod iv. biiaw i.f Ouim-v wan in tie
el'y a few dajs tlilx week iulroduciim
to the trade a line cf ciifurs which be
manufactures at. (juincy.
KewBrd to anyone who cno find better
cloihlug than tbt at Taylor's.
Before the beinnin)j of Lent Mr.
Reeve will entertiin the Curd Club
with a morning of Whist for her hout-e
guest, M rs. C'avel, of Lake City.
A goud aix.room house on half acie
of ground, in the corporate limits
of the tow ii, for e:tle i henp. Good well
of water. Inquire at this olllce. tf
lion Adrian P. Jordan, the versatile
editor of the fiinta Goida Herald and
also Suite Food Inspector, waa a husi
uess vi!lor to Madison Tuesday, regis
tering at the, Merchants.
C I'unly Kelly spent Innt Sunday in
Moiiticdlo. dubl why Iih spends hi
Sundajg in our neighboring town we
are not prepared to state, but we eur
inlee that nearly everyone who knoR
Hie genial young genlleiniui will not be
tiouoli d to fiud Hie reason.
See the ne v stv le collar at Taylor's.
I nder the auspices of the Cemetery
Aphocialinn .Vlrs Jes-iu Phillips McCa I
and Mrs. Klmihelh 11 1 lies llnnley will
appear at the opera hoiife next. Mou tsy
evening in a ueliglittul program ol
readings, impersonations mid mu-ic Wi
have eueu the piograni, the publieatioi
o whieli is prevented by lack of spare,
Hud we can ssxure all who httend ai
evening of genuine literary pli ascre.
.Mrs. VV. M. UurtoD entertained the
500 Card Club ou Thursday alVrnooi
in a most hospitable manner. A de
lighlful game w s enjoyed by the ladle
auii afterward a salad course was serv
ed by the hostess assisted by t.er Uuujtli
tr. The president, Mrs Fonda, wii
open the doors of her spacious parlor
very soon to au evening of Whist foi
the members of the CiirJ Club, in hon r
of her two bouse guests, Mrs Singer if
Pbiladtlphia and Mrs. liuwks of New
Sheriff Stanton was the victim of e
gr-ut disappointment last Saturday
Uurnig the holidays private caret the
officials of the Ga. A Fla. Ry , which
ws in lbs yard ot the railroadcoiiipa' J
here, was entered and robbed of several
articles of value. A few days later tlx
house ot a negro woman la town snffei
ed the earn" fata and one night Ih
week the rt. A. 1 depot was en tared,
several trunks robbed and an effort
made to blow the safe but without aval'.
The sheriff got to work on aeversl clue
and on Saturday reoeive I totio from
ibe chief of police at Valdosts that th
man be wanted was safe in jail of that
oily. Sheriff Stanton put off ovar t
Valdoata on the first train and when he
went to the jail to get bis prisoner to
return with him to Madison it was
found that "the bird bad flown" I
crawling through bole in the floor of
I he jail and making bis ttnnl eao ie
thiough the ventilator in the wal
Sheriff dtanlon relumed horr.t without
his prleoner but he is hopeful of yet
capturing him. The negro gave Ins name
here as Frank Tillman and It is Del e
h.t.ha is the roan who commuted tbe
several robberies mentioned.
Is making full and ample arrange
ments to furnish EVERYBODY
with EVERYTHING nice and
Ts Popular this season.
Remember, I have everything in
and a big variety of
Everything engraved FREE.
Don't forget SPECTACLES
are all at HALF PRICE,
also CUT GLASS.
Underwear at Taylor'a.
J. K. Hardee, one of our prominent
merchants, was a business visitor to
Jacksonville several days thlaweek.
Lot: My old hat and found a new
one at Taylor's.
Mr. G. II. Tedder is in Jacksonville
this week attending Ihe annual cession
of the (irand Lodge of Masons as dele
gate from Madison lodge.
A large assortment of 0, 8 and 10-Inch
ll-jwer pots with saucers, just received
at Moseley's Drug Store. 'Jw.
W.J.. Henderson, a sterling citizen of
the county living neir Ebb, was a hi -ness
visitor In the city Monday and
paid this olliai' an appreciated call.
All persons indebted to the late C. B.
Ashlev, will call on me and make set
t'ement. Chas K. Davis, attorney for
Mrs. Cora P. Ashley, administratrix.
Dr. Wash M. Ivea of Lake City spent
several il.ys in the city this Week the
guefi nf his brother-in-law, Dr. George
Davis. Dr. Ives drove from Lake City
in his Ford touring car.
Mis. Archie Livingston, jr.. and Mice,
tststie Taylor left .Monday morning for
Mann.tia , tu intend the wedding of
MissKihel Taylor well remembered
a fi rni'-r visitor to Madison and Ml
Frank Admna. The wedding ceremony
was ptrformed ve-Merdny afternoon nl
't 1'iuu's Kpl-cipal church iu that
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON.
As called by the Comptroller of the State at Close of
Business December 31, l!KW.
Furniture and Fixtures
Bills Discounted -
Madison County School Scrip
Cash in Vault and due from Bi
Capital Stock Paid In
Undivided Profits (net)
Reserve for Tuxes,
$ 4, 541. GO
COMPARATIVE STATEMENTS OF DEPOSITS:
September 1, 1909, - $151, 97G.fi.'
November 16, 1909, - 209,705. 76
December 31st, 1909, - 268,315.34
446 Oi!,iiooaii, -
'i SSSSSSTsS: Si.v'". SSS? 'SSSr-Siiv'
Vehicles and Harness.
Do You Want the Best Wagon?
See our White Hickory and Florence-
A Strnnp anrl Jvtvlih Riippu?
SS WII I I MIIM WIJ IIWII U ' '
Inspect our Taylor-Cannady. Har
ness of all kinds- Everything sold un
der a G-uarantee-
Call and see me at BEVAN BROS.
J. J. NEWMAN
I TheSeaisMpt Oyster Sys
What it is--What it Means to You
We are the registered agents of the Sealshipt Oyster
System, which embraces the cream of the oyster ship
pers in the very best oyster districts on the coast.
Under the terms of our contract, the oyster planter and shippers are bound to us to observe
restrictions cover?; the rowingr, shucking and shipping of Sealshipt Oysters oysters at
their best. : : : : : :
We demand that as soon as the oysters are taken from the ocean beds, they shall be shucked
given a quick wash with pure, fresh water to remove any particles of shell, and the solid
meats immediately packed in sterilized, air-tight steel containers and sealed.
Taste the same and are the same as the day they
were dredged from the deep.
We demand that theoyters be delivered at our store with this seal unbroken; i
journey from the sea coast. .... . A
As a protection to the public, our contract binds us to sell Sealshipt Oysters
only, and to sell them from a cleanly blue and white porcelain display case and
to keep them thoroughly iced from the outside as in transit
The addition of water is absolutely prohibited. This system enables us to de
liver Sealshipt Oysters to our customers as pure, fresh and full of the genuine
sea flavor as when eaten from the shell. They taste the same and are the same.
We pay for the solid meats only; we deliver only solid meats to you. We do
not ask you to pay full price for common tub oysters which are half water.
"Seaside Oyster Dishes" FREE Call at our store and get a free copy of our
-,ar hnnr "Spasirlft (Water Dishes." At the same time let us show you the
cleanly white and blue porcelain Sealshipticase from which we sell Sealshipt Oysters.
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