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THE 'ifYttlf ft r II Your Bank CON SERVATIVE BANKER in making: loans must know to a certainty that his applicants or sureties are responsible and worthy of credit. Likewise, the prudent depositor should know the character and the standing of the bank with which he deals. The business reputation of our directors and the experience and ability of our officers with a record of fifteen years of successful business is sufficient guarantee that the interests of every depositor will be carefully protected. The First National Bank . Of Madison TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76. J udge Carter of Live Oak win a pro fessional visitor in the city Monday. Fleischraann'a Yeast received at Dl al's Grocery Store freBb twice t week Col. Jos. A. EdmoodsoD, a prominent legal light ot Tallahassee, spent Sunday in our city. Wanted: 100 dozen eggB eacb week. Highest market price paid, chbd or trade. R. V. Dial. tf T. C. Vbdd left Monday afternoon for busluess trip to Palm Beach. He will be away aeveral days. Mr. K.BIItcb arrived from her borne at Qtiiocy Saturday and will apend some time ith ber tiater, Mra. Matt Thornton. Strayed or Stolen: White tetter bitch with one black ear, black spot on hip. Any information will be appreciat ed. J. W. Miltord. V W. B. Davis went to Quitman, (in., Monday afternoon to officiate as umpire m a game of baseball between the teams of Quilman and Tbomaeville. . Mrs. J. T. Vaun and children return d Saturday from a trip of several weeks which embraced Ocala, Terra Ceia, Rleotra and other pointa in South Florida. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency and invigorate the whole system, told by all druggist. Mies Josephine Dozier who, since the cUelng of the school a t Pinetta, In WUICU Mil, wan wnviroi , i " . u . . ... o r. 4..:fn ...... ci.l.... tUOg Mrs Q. tr. onilio. itni. wt ruuay for borne at Arcadia, Fla Mrs.GrautWbeeler and Misa Ruth left last Thursday for a summer visit to their home la Ohio. The professpr re mains in Madison and will continue his work in the summer school uow in eeseion. Lost: A black leather pocketbook, about 4xrt inches, witb two pitted clasps. No money of any importance but some receipts of no value except to owner. Kinder will be rewarded by returning same to this office. Ernest E. Bradley has bought the Thornton home next to the Lines House, Mr. Bradley and family will take possession some time next mouth, at which time Mr. Thornton acd ramily will move to their new home in Jacksonville. If you are pot satisfied after using according to directions two thirds of a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 'Cablets, you can have your money back. Tbe Table's cleanse and Invig orate the etomtcb. Improve the diges tion, regulnt the bowels.' Give them a trial and get well. Sold by all drug- gists. n.ev. v.t.. uonoiev leu raonuav ai ernoon for Jacksonville where he will Drobablv remain for several weekf. Mrs Conolev ta vat with her aUter. Mrs. T. Z. Martin. It was a pleasure, greatly ' enjoyed by large numbers of our church goinir neoDle. to hear Mr. Conolev preach twice during hie stay in , our twn. He filled the pulpit at. the Method 1st church Sunday morning. Try Dr. G. B. Williams' Liver ami j Kidney Pills for Constipatioo. Mr, John Mumford of Lebanon, Tei.n. spent several davs in town this week. Wanted: Pencb Seed. Will pay SI per bushel for same delivered at mj house. W. H. Dial. Mrs. J. V. Reeve entertained lant Friday afternoon at Bridge Whist In honor of Mite Agnes Parraraore. School books and school supplies of all kinds at lowest prices. .Call at W. L. Tooke's store and get v. hut you need Mrs. Albert Zlpperer and children returned Tuesday from Jasper where they bad been visiting relatives for sev eral days. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McCall and the bovs went over to Quitman Monday af ternoon and will spend a few days in that live Georgia town. Mra. P. S. Coggins entertained at enrde Tuesday morning in honor of her guests, Mrs. Hinson of Quincy aud Mrs. Kandell Walker of Valdoeta. In honor of Mrs. Randell Walker if Valdoeta and Mrs. Hinson, of Qninry, Mrs. Randell Pope entertained with cards the married ladies ot the city Monday afternoon. For Sale: 8000 stock of dry good- , notions, shoes and furnishings. Mutt sell at once at wholesale. Stora best stand in town of Perry. I mean busi ness. G. K. Battle, Perry, Fla Next Sunday, 2Cth mat-, there wi 1 be services U the Catholic church her at 7:30 o'clock, p. m. Sermon by Falter Breannhali, whose subject will be "Hon nest, pharasnical and christian." Kveiy body invited. Lame shoulder Is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles aod yields quickly to the free h 'plica tion of Chamberlain's Liniment, 'ibis liniment is not only prompt and effect ual, but in no way disagreeable to use ?iold by all druggists. Mrs. Imogene Par minora end dangh ter, Mibs Agi.es left yesterday for Bos ton, Mass., where they will spend sev eral mouths during which time Mies Agnes will further perfect ber musical education at the fumuus Bunion Cuu servatorv of Music. Ileer drinkers and others who suffer with Brigbl's Disease, Diabelis, Back Acbe,urany Kidney or bladder Trouble can be cured if tbey will take ttLOuUiNt Blood a.vk Kionev Tablet, 80o a box, mailed by The Bloodine Co., lac , Boston, Mass. D. G. Muitb, special ugent. The Georgia and Florida Hallway in advertising a Sunday excursion Iroui Madison to White Springs via Valdos ta for next Sunday, 20th last. The train will leave Madison at 8:20 o'clock in the numiug, arrive Valdoeta at 6:42, leave Valdoeta al 9:10 and arrive White Spring at 11 o'clock. Relaruiog traiu leavea White Springs al 6:20 p. m. and arrive Madison al 9:12. The round trip far is $1.75. George R. King ot New Orleans spent a day or two iu tb city this week. Mr King is the traveling representative uf tb "Dixie Motoring" magazine, a pub liuation which Is doing its level best to stimulate a .healthy Interest In good road building throughout the South and Incidentally to encourage the use of motor cars. H called upon all of our automobile owners and business men in the interest of hi publication ANNOUNCEMENT OF Pt- DAVIS- THE JEWELER, 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. JEWELER ) i ; you la what wc WjtiKl like cur Bunk lo be. . would like you to make your (lejiOaitoi y to Lave ,ou talk cv r your fluunuul ailik's with us to let us help your business mattcra. We try to meet ourcJs'.oiLeta' wants (tome tiujes it is very inconveuiuit to do this, but we submit that no financial institution has stood by its customers any better than wc do.) Iu fact we want to be of use to Our Bank Should be Your Bank CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON, ii e MADISON, FLORIDA IUsSSSSlSSSSIStSt) ii.aaae For .Sale: A second hand erjuare piano. Cheap. Apply to C. B. Smu h . Mre. Kandell Walker of Valdnsta with her children is visiting her iiMUer.Mr. P. S Cogu'iue. Call for J. I.. Took who will repair Hnd p u. in order your machine at a reurouMUle price. Mibs Lill Armstrong is at home again after s pleasant visit ofsever.il weeks witb friends and relatives in various1 South Florida citien. Mra. J. R. Kelley and little Dolores' returned Monday from a pleasant visit of two weeks with relatives at Lute butler in Bradford county The new home of Robert Davis on the crest of the hill across the lake la as suming shape and give promise of b ing a very cozy and handsome building. Mines Nellie Moody of Greenville and Eloiee Grlflln ot Valdonta wbo ho been visiting Mrs. S. P. Griffli, for tl pint two weeks, returned to their re spective homes Monday. Co!. Randell H. Rowe went to Jack- onville Monday afternoon to be present on Tuefdav at the meeting of the Sta e Executive Committee ot w hich he is t'i number from Madi-on county. When Br.oimiNE Rhklmatk.' Lin mktu' has cured so many oases of Kheu inatieiu, why do you sull'er with thle terrible affliction, it relieves all pain In stantly, ili: and Wc a bottle l. G. Smith, special ageui. Major M. C. Drew will improve the building in which is located thCltl.ne Dunk and E. C. HusHell I Son's store, tiy raising the ceiliog of each several feet The work is Iu charge of W. H. Diivia and the material Uoo the ground for the improvements. Marshal W. A. Dale pranced down the streets Moi.day u.orning hif gonial fice wearing a floe imitat'on of the .mile that won't come off.' and li ijuirlng of all with whom lieruef'tvhere ii the ceusus taker?'' He ought to Imve Kr.nwu and probably did, but just f .r got It -tout the time for tuking the onsiiA hi.d passed by, but all the I'linc he wanted the world to know that the population of Madison had h-eu thai morning increased by the arrival of a BIO ItOV at Ills home. BUI is the proudest und happiest man In town .ltd if receiving the cungratulalioue of hi. frlemla modestly but with beaDtlng countenance. Whisper It gently work has actunl'y commenced on the passenger depot of the S. A. L. railway. We've been wait ing for it a long t'i me. Once or twice the Railroad Commission has ordered it hut for some cause the order wna not obeyed. Several months ago Superin lendent Witt prom'sed at tb Board of Trade banquet that a depot should be built. Something els happened and work was again delayed. Some weeke ago' the material for tb buildiog was hau'ed ber and put on the ground and it was expected that work would begin Immediately. Then came the ntws that tb master builder bad stuck a nail In hi foot and was laid up in the hospital for repairs and nothing could be done until he had recovered. But all those troubles are now paat. It is a fact that the work of construction actually began Monday afternoon and a sufficient force of workmen is on the Job to insure its completion within reasonable time provided -something els doesn't hap pen to delay the work-J k m 1 "FEN OLE" No Insects No Germs No Disease w Where FEMOLE is Used. I FEN0LE is the only Stainless Insect Destroyer, (t Germicide and Disinfectant. It not only Kills the Insect, it Kills the (!enn. it ) TREVENTS Disease. Per Quart, ."" Per Gallon. $2.30 Per 5 Gallons, $12.50 Per 10 Gallons. 22. V) Tharin & Leslie Sole Distributors Madison, Florida Write or Telephoe I s Regarding Fenole 'I DESIRABLE CITY LOTS I have a few building lots left in PARK PLACE. Buy a lot, build a home a,nd stop paying rent- P. J. PARRARflORE Mi&.,. 1 COLE STEAM EXfilXES are right up to the highest standard of effi ciency and durability. Every part of a Cole Steam Engine U made la our factory consequently we know what material goes Into It. We know It will pull a certain load and we know from the past that it will last as Ions' 43 any steam, engine made. We repaired steam engines for fifteen years before we started to manufacture the Cole Engine. Consequently we have profited by the mistakes of others and, in the Cole Engine, we have overcome all of the weak; points of other engines. If you want an engine to pull your gin, saw mill, grist mill or do any real work and stay on the job buy a Cole Engine. Write today for catalog. I. D. COLE MF8.C0., REWIU.M. rWactaren sf eatfata, Ballot, Cars Nlut ss Saw fldls.