thing to consider in depositing mouey in a bank is
spfiirity. The capital and surplus are the depositors
protection fund. The
government superintends and examines this hank. Our
stockholders and directors are responsible, well-to-do
business men. This
has been established over 14 years, during which time it
has served the banking public faithfully and built up a
large and prosperous business. The best service possi
sible is none too good for our country customers and
the people of
My business has increased
to such an extent that I have
been compelled to add to my
repairing department anoth
er shop-devoted to CLOCK
and JEWELRY repairing
and from now on I will turn
out work promptly and every
job GUARANTEED. Gather
up the Clocks, Jewelry and
Watches and bring them on.
I have full line of WATCHES,
CLOCKS and JEWELRY. Don't
forget SPECTACLES. I know
what I am doing when I fit you
to Glasses and my price is less
than half what others charge.
Call in and see me any
how. I like company.
STATEMENT OP THE
ii CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON.
Our 'Phone 76.
Kinder damp this week, eb ?
GloyM for everybody at Taylor's.
Earl Wilson of Cairo, Ga., spent last
Friday in town.
Seed Irish Potatoes, the best varieties
at Stnitn's OrUK store.
J, C. West, one of the prominent bus
iness men of Greenville, was a visitor to
our town Friday.
Vim. Ivey, the paper bov. Ladies
Horns Journal and Saturday Evening
Mies Kathleen Robertson left Friday
afternoon tor Lake City where she will
visit friends for some time.
Fleincbmsnn'i Yesst received at PI
it's Grocery Store frtsb twice a week.
Henry L. Parratnore, a popular young
traveling man of Jacksonville, was in
the city en business Saturday and re
aaioed over Sunday.
All persons indebted to the late C. B.
Ashley, will call on me and make set
tlement. Chas. E. Davis, attorney for
Mrs. Cora P. Ashley, administratrix.
The names of Howell Yates, Ruth
Wheeler, Wilna Coffee and Florlde
IUndoll grace the Honor Roll ot tbe 7th
and 8th grades for the month ot Febru
ary, they having made an average each
of more than 05 per cent. In all studies
See tbe nerv Btyle collar st Taylor's.
To-night is the lime for the holding
of the regular monthly meeting ot tbe
I Board at Trade, and It la hoDed and fx.
pected that every member of tbe organ
ization will be present aX tbe Council
Chamber promptly at bslf past seven
At tbe opsra bouse to-night the Mad
Uon Orchestra will favor the music
loving public witb one ot its choice
ooneerta. This organization deserves
the enc?urngement and support of ev
erybody in town and we hope that tbe
house will be filled to tbe doors.
Harried at tbe home ot the bride's
parents at San Pedro, in this county,
I nyuev. Dr. Mickel, Mr. J. P. Hannah
of Poley, Ala., and Miss Trudie Hunter
Feb. 23, 1U10. Tbe beat wishes ot all
follow the happy couple to Ibeir new
tome. Florida loses ons of her fair
daughters but wbat Is our loss Is Ala
The first announcement of county
candidates sppears In this week's pa
Pr, the candidate being Hon. J. Ellia
Blanton who aspires to represent the
Tenth Distnot (Madison county) in the
nennte of Florida. Mr. Blititon la an
xperienoed legislator and with a strong
following throughout the county will
make it interesting for his opponents.
The handsome drug store ot Daniel
G. Smith baa been rendered even more
attractive by tbe installation ot a beau
tiful cold drink fouotain. the product
tbe artistib conception and akill ot
ine American Soda Fountain Co. The
Pparatus embodies tbe latest Ideas and
Improvements known to the nianufao-
, 'jurers of such tbinga, and is indeed a
pine ot beauty to vari cole red marble,
plat glass, richest wood, band'
oaaaly oarved. and rlenmina silver.
To properly appreciate its beauty ons
must view it, and Mr. Smith will heart
'17 eloome all visitor.
Overcoats at Taylor s
Alonzo Rowe ot West Lake waa in
the oity Sunday.
Early Seed Corn a fresh supply at
Smith's drug store.
Mrs. W. A. Hamtnerley of Tampa is
visiting Mrs. D. II. Yates.
Mies Hiiffie Ha a of Greenville epnt
last Friday in the city with ber sister,
Mrs. L. C. Ruter.
Par-a-elt-a-eide cures Itch in 30 min
utes. Price 50 cents. Sold by D. ii.
Mrs. J. R. Kelley and little daughter
Delores, bave gone for a abort visit to
relativea in Bradford county.
Reward to anyone who can find better
clothing than that at Taylor's.
Capt. W. D Griffin, one nf the ooun-
ty's oldest and beat citizens, was a bus
iness visitor In the city Monday from
bis borne at Greenville.
Lost: Red and black spotted sow,
marked swallow fork and underbit in
right ear, swallow fork in left ear. Re
ward for return to Willie ehackleford
Mr. A. E. Patteraon and family have
moved to town from their Moseley Hall
borne and are occupying tbe Tbomas
cottage near the electrio plunt. We
are glad to welcome this estimable fam.
Uy as residents ot our town.
Shoes? Why yes at Taylor's.
Now that "the ice is broken" we
naturally expect that tbe candidates for
county offices will "full over them
selves" to let tbe people know their de
sires and we predict that next week
several new announcements will nppear
in these columns.
Mits Nannie Campbell who has been
the attractive guest of Mi. -a Stevle Dial
for several weeks, left Friday afternoon
for ber bom in Fayetteville, N. C , go
log first to St. Augustine where she will
spend a week visiting snd viewing tbs
sights ot that ancient city.
Mr, NT.D. Wi'.son, who lives and farms
In tbe Ebb neighborhood, ws a caller
at our sanctum lust Saturday and re
newsd bis subscription for this paper.
Mr. Wilson is enthusinstio because of
tbe agricultural content Inaugurated bv
the Board of Trade and will enter the
sonteet on the corn proposition deter
mined to capture the cash prize.
Mrs. N C. Bevnn was the charming
hostess of the Berean Clasa Thurrdty
afternoon. There was a short business
session and election of officers which
are aa follows: President. Mrs. J. .1.
Newman; Teacher, Mrs. N. C. Bevnn;
Assistant Teacher and Class 'Reporter,
Mrs. Al. Venn; Recording Secretary.
Miss Dickinson; Treasurer, Miss Aunee
Parramore. A pleasant feature of tbe
afternoon was a literary contest in
rhyme. Delightful refreshments were
served by tbe hostess.
We have in prospect an engagement
ot tbe celebrated Svhubsrt Symphony
Club and Lady Quartett Company of
Cbirngo, and it i expected that they
will be secured to give one othsir de
lightful entertainments sbout "the 13tb
inst. Tbis company gives a program of
tb greatest variety, consisting ot lady
quartettes, mandolin and guitar club,
string, violin and vocal solos, amusing
readings. In tbe Sch cherts w will get
a musical entertainment that is enjoya
ble from tb first to tb last not a
leng, dull, olasaical affair, but a bright,
interesting program ot mvsic'l choicest
AT THM CLOSaT OF BUMI AsTSS JANUARY Star, 9fO
Loans & Discounts
Overdrafts - - -
Madison County School Scrip
Furniture and Fixtures
Cash in Vault and due from Banks
Capital Stock Paid In
Undivided Profits (net)
Reserve for Taxes,
A. Livingston, jr., Pres.
;j M. C. Drew, Vice-Pres.
J. J. Harrell, Vice-Pres.
C. L. Morrow, Cashier.
Underwear at Taylor's.
Walter Southall of Quincy was in the
city last Friday on a visit to friends and
Loat: My old hat and found a new
one at Taylor's.
R. E. Wilson of Cairo, Ga,, spent last
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J
R. Wilxon, at Hamburg.
FreBh boi! full line ot Garden Seed
juat received at Smith's drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Southall ot Quin
cy spent last ireek with tbeir home
folks In the Hamburg neighborhood.
A dollar will buy 100 cents worth at
Bayard B. Shields, one ot Jackson
ville's prominent young lawyera, waa a
business visitor in tbe city Saturday
having business In the county fudge's
Lost: A gold buck! and locket
watch fob. Monogram on locket, "J.
J . N." Finder will be rewarded by re
turning to J. J. Newman.
Aborn Harris Smith, jr., arrived Sun
day night from hta home at Dillon, Ga.,
and will spend several weeks with tbe
family ot bis uncle, Columbus B, Smith.
Later be will visit his uncle, Samuel
B. Smith, at Hampton Spring.
The I). P. C. and H. S. 9. club bave
returned from tbe hunting grounds in
the vicinity of the mouth of the Audita
river where the members spent some-
tking more than two weeks in ijtieat of
big game. Ves, the boys report fair
succe s but that ttey didn't bave the
great big lime usuhI on their hunting
trips is evidenced by the fact that none
of them are talking much. Ordinarily,
before the hunters have been at boras us
long as they have from tbis trip "Bui
lv" Gntlln baa talked to everybody in
reach about tbe quantities of game kill
ed end the many hairbreadth escapes
ot tbe party from death and annihila
tion. This time, however, "Bully"1 has
been strangely quiet, from all of which
we are forced to conclude that there
wasn't "much a-doing" this trip.
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Willinm
H. Dial gave ber friends a delightful
guise of Whist in ber lovely home In
honor of her daughter and tbe three at
tractive young laities who were her
boue guests. The decorations of
crim-on cameliaa and violets blended
beautifully witn tbe vices of southern
emilax that draped the mant?la and
windows of the spacious parlors. The
refreshments were elaborate and re
quired painstaking efforts to make them
soeffictive. Mrs. Dial in a becoming
gown grscioiisly presented to ber gueats
Miss Campbell of Fayetteville. N. C,
Miss Munford of Richmond, Ya., and
M'sa Robertson of Jacksonville. Mix
Dial looked "as pretty as a picture,'
standing within a decorated alcove in
tb reception ball serving punch from s
bowl decorated with cherries and lus
clou bunches of grapes The game
was good naturedly contested. A nura
ber tied for tbe prize, Mrs. Taylor whs
the fortunate possessor, a handsome belt
pin. Mis Mary Burton kept tb score
of tb nine table. Tb hostess presen
ted tb four young ladies tb benorees
witb bow of exquisite design witb
pins attached on which waa inscribed
tb date ot tb pleasant fu notion. Tbe
we maid of tb home, Miss Elisabeth,
assisted materially Id keeping up tbe
prestige ot house so wall known for
Buggies, Wagons, Surries and
I have opened up a place of business at Bevan
Bros. Barn and have on hand a good line of Bug
gies, Wagons, Harness, etc. I will appreciate
your business and will assure you of courteous
treatment and fair dealings. Take a look at our
line and get our prices before you buy.
A GUARANTEED WAGON FOR $35.00
All prices reasonable, for cash or credit.
J. J. NEWMAN
(Jail Al The Stationery Ste
And Examine our Line of
Illustrated Post: Cards
Madison Views- Six Handsome Photographs of Mad
ison scenes for five cents. Latest Ideas in Post Cards.
A full Line of Stationery, Writing Pad3, School Books,
Pens, Pencils, Ink, School Tablets, all kinds of Medicine's,
etc., etc. Your close inspection cordially invited.
Sewing Machines A Specialty.
W. L. Tooke.
'Phone No. 47.
Pant for papa, pants for son, at Tsy
lor'a. Monday night's trains brought fifteen
sdilitional students for entrano at tb
Normal. It is fact that tb town is
becoming congested witb pupils from
other parte ot tb State. Hardlv a
hoot in the town but has on or more
boarder who are her attending tb
school. Many mor could b easily
persuaded to com if w could provide
them witb accommodations. Tb mat
ter is Important. Some provision must
be made. Hurry up the dormitory. .
Fine Clothing at Taylor's.
For Disease of tbe Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such a
eczema, tatter, salt rheum and barber'
itch, ar characterized by an Intense
itobiog and smarting, which often
make life burden and disturbs sleep
and rest. Quick relief may be had by
applying Chamberlain' Salv. It al
lay tb itching and imartlng almost
Instantly. Many case bave been cured
by its uas. For sal by W. B. Davi
and B. F. Moelr.
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