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REPORT OF THE CONDITION -OF THE l FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT MADISON, FLA. In th Slat ot Florida, it the Closo of Ru.intiu, Juno Will 1010. Am CALLKO FOff BY TH COMf THOLLMK. BEMUl'RCEM. . .... nnH discount! S;'.')X M7 T1 OrtrdrafU, secured and umeturnl 11 1V.H4 M S, Bonds to secure circulation 76,mK).O0 Premiums on V. S. bonds... i,u.O0 Bonis, securities, etc., nd Premium,,., an.slit.lM Biuikinshoust- lotFurnllure, ana (Uiur. . ",000.00 Duetrom rftuni owuu inoi recurve ujsnts) . i.m.iO Due from State And Private Binks ind Bankers, Trust Companies and 8lns Banks,... V- Due from approved reserve stents 10.7H2.1S Checks and other cash item l.StH. 7 Nolesof other National Banks., 1,36.00 Fractional paper currency, nick- elt, and cents 1(7,68 Liwfnl money reserve in bank, vli Specie 8.TIH.75 Ulil tender notes I.KJO.OO gedempiion fund withU.S. Treas urer S per cent, of circulation) 1,750,00 ai.779.06 ToUl 01,67i,H LIABIXITIKA, Ctoltal stock paid in 17,000.00 Surplus fund 15,D0U.IM Undivided profits, less eipenses and taxes paid 9,818.110 National Hank Notes outstanding.... 75,000.00 dividends Unpaid Individual depesiu subject ,o check flM.lW.04 Ormsnd Certificates ol Deonftil, ' Time certificates oC deposit. 3,000.00 Caihier's checks outitand- inn , W.aO 12,758.24 Villt payable Including certificates of deposit for money borrowed 88,000.00 Tola flUl,672.U STATU OP FLORIDA, County of Madison, si. I, J.V7.WADSWOR.TH, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear Unit the above bUtement is true to the best nf mv knowledge and Mirf. J. W. VVAHSWOKTH, Cashier. Subsrrild and sworn to oefore me this 1st day ol.l. v lull). tscai; A. L. VANN, Notary Public. CoRH'tiCT Attest: 1.. A. h RALEIGH, T. f, SMITH, V. 1'. KNIGHT, Directors. TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76. Adkus Stanton le visiting Mrs. J. L. Inglis Id Jacksonville. I have for eitle six tine young pups. Bret quality of pointers. JackTowueeod. Miss Maria Pfenning of Macon it vis itinif her cousin, Mies Elizabeth Taylor. For Sale: A second hand square piano. Cheap. Apply to C. B. Smith . The W. C.T.U. will meet at the borne pt Mrs. Caswell this afternoon at four o'clock, Mrs. C. B. Ashley left Mondny for Augusta, Ga,, where the will visit Mrs. Hwrence Aeb'ey, Wanted: 100 dozen eggs each week. Highest market price paid, Cnsh or trade, li. V. Dial. . tt Mrs. Alex Smith and children will leave to-morrow for Dawson, Ga.,where they will spend several weeks. For Sale: At a bargain. Sure Hutch Incubator and Breeder, in perfect or der. 200 egg size. J. J. Conway. Beginning to-morr;w the post office wil close at 5:30 every afternoon and oontinue this schedule through the tummer. The families of I. J. Beggs and L A. Fralelgh expect to leave late this week for several weeks of rusllo life at the iarm." Strayed or Stolen: White setter bitch with one black ear, black spot on hip, Any information will be appreciat ed. J. W; Milford. Little Misses Maude Yatel and Genie Bryan and Mster Diok ISryan are en joying a delightful month vtitli Mrs. J. W. Soutball in the Hamburg neighbor hood. t Little S, M. Leslie who has been vis iting relatives in Valdosta for uevenil days returned home last Friday, his mother, Mrs. Theo. Leslie, going over to that city and returning with tlin. yi. VV. Walker went to Plnetta Tues day morning In which villuge be will wiike his permaueut home, having bought a place there. His tools of trade uud household goods followed Wednes. ,lny. , When Blooding Rheumatic Lini ment bag cured so manv cnaes of Elieu uiatiam, why do you suffer wilh this terrible affliction, it relieves all pain In- "'aiitly, 25o and 50c a bottle D. G. Smith special agent. T. C. Vnnn Is busy theso days gath ering and shipping pears. Us has bought up about all the pears in this ysectlon and has a number of boys en gaged in gathering the crop which is jUI to be the largest for many years. Beer drinkers and other' who suffer with Bright's Disease, Unbelts, Hack Aclie.orHny Kidney or Bladder Trouble can be cured if they will take Bloodink Blood and Kidney- Ta busts, 50o bpx, mailed by The Blood. ue Co.,. Inc , Boston, Mass. D, G. Smith, special igent. ANNOUNCEMENT OF R. 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 charcre. Call in and see me any how. I like company. R, Davis, JEWELER 3. W. McKiDnon spent Tuesday In Perry on legal business. Try Dr. 0. B. Williams' Liver and Kidney Pills for Constipation. Born to Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Vates on Sunday morning last, a fine baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. C. M Kenney and Miss Dallie are spending this week at White Springs. Mrs, B. B. McCislI his as her attrac tive little guest this week Miss Lillian Davis ot Quitman. Wanted: Peach Seed. Will pay $1 per bushel for same delivered at my house. W. 11. Dial. Miss Glover left yesterday morning for her Georgia borne after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cozine. School books and Bohool supplies of all kluds at lowest prices. Call at W. I.. Toohe's Klore mid get what you need CjI. J. R. Kelly and family bavs tak en apartmenis at the home of Mrs. P. 3 Coggins and have set up lighthouse keeping. Lost: -Gold eye glassts in leather cise on which silver monogram F. S. CJ Finder by returning to this oHlcs will r.-ceive rtwurd. James McCall of Jacksonville spent from Saturday until Tuesday In town and was given the glad hand by his many friends here. T. C. cruitb, Mrs. Smith and children availed themselves of the excursion rates leaving Sunday for Augusts, where they will remain until late litis week. " Among those who went, t Pablo io enjoy the festivities of the 4tb were Louis Fraleigh, Will Ttylor, Jav New man and Archie Livingston, Jr. They wentdown Saturday returning Xutsday night. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous mutter, cleanse the System, cure constipation and sick headache. Hold by all drug gists. After being on the sick list for etv eral weeks. Kev. T. C Bradford Is out again, we are pleased to see. He tilled his Saturday appointment at Stontwnll church, Lee, being accoinp iiiied by- Mrs. Bradford, loth ieturn:n. to town Monday. Soreness of the muscles, whether In duced by violent exercises or lujurv, is quickly relieved by the free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. This linl uiesjt la equally valuable for muscular rheumatism and alwava afforia quick relief. tuld b,v all druggists. Mrs VI. H, Cunolf)', who for some weeks has bean visiting Mrs. Thos. Z. Martin, was called last Friday to Jack sonville by the news that Mr. Con. ley hud beeu taken ill while on his visit in Ohio and bad stopped over returning in Jacksonville They are both with relatives in that city at present but will return to Madison as soon as Mr. Cono ley is able to travel. Mrs. Frank Martin and Andrew Lea lie, who were injured in tbe rallnnid accident at Valdosta last week, are still confined id tbe hospital in that city Mrs. Martin was at first thought to be critically Injured but it was found that do bones were broken ber injuries being in the nature of severe bruises and probably internal Injury She Is get ting on fairly well tbougb Is yet suffer iDg greatly from the shock.- Mr. Leslie suffered a broken leg which is mending nicsly. A. Livingston, jr., President J. J. Harrell, Vice-President M. C. Drew, Vice-President C. L. Morrow, Cashier COWOsTWSaTO STATMMKNT OP TH CONDITION Of THM tti?cn0 Qctxxh of ipIaMsott, MADISON. FLORIDA Am KltOMtD TO THB OOMPMOLLM T TMST CLO0 OSSUIIHIS sUNM 30th, ltO RESOURCES Loans & Discounts - - $262,762.37 Overdrafts - . 320.84 Madison County School Scrip - 3,400.89 Furniture & Fixtures - - 4,314.52 Cash in Vault & Due from Banks 66,800.92 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus ... Undivided Profits (Net) Dividends Unpaid Bills Payable DEPOSITS $50,000.00 5,000.00 17,171.97 30.00 20,000.00 245,397.57 Total - . - 337,599.54 Total - - - 337,599.54 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS Deposits June 30th, 1910 - - $245,397.57 ) Deposits June 30th, 1909 - 157,666.67 ) Increase - - $87,730.90 Simp Irvine of Live Oak spent a few hours in the city Sunday. FleUchmann's Yeast received at !! si's Grocery Store fresh twice a week. Alonuo Kowe came over from West Lake Sunday and remained until Tues day morning. Call for J. L. Tooke who will repair and put in order your machine at a reasonable price. Dixie Beggs of Pavo, Ga.. arrived Monday and will be for some lime the guest of bis uncle, T. .1. Ileggs. We keep in stock at ill times a large supply of Bryan & Marsh 1G and 32 c. p. incandescent electric light bulbs. B. 1'. Moeelcy 4t Phil I'arramore returned. Tuesday from a delightful visit of two weeks in Atlanta, Lithia Springs and other Georgia points. Iteyond the closing of the post office and the two banks tbe FourLb of Jnl whs uneventful in Madison. We did not hear so much as the snap of one firecracker. Strayed or Stolen: About March, live nnik cows 3 red, 1 black, 1 light Jersey all marked underbit, upperb t and crop in both ears. Reward will Le paid for return or information concern ing. J. SI. Manning. MIbs Sadie Cromartie and little Ger trude Niton who have been veiling Mrs. Geo. A. Davis, returned to Pavo, Ga., Tuesday morning. They were ac compamed by Miss Maellne Davis who will spend some time io Pavo visiting reiut'ves, The world's most successful med.clne for bowel complaints is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has relieved more pain and suffering, aod saved more lives than any other medicine in use, Invaluable for child ren and adults, Sold by all druggists. Little Miss Eloise Caswell was the pleasant hostess at a child's party last ibursdiiy afteruoonJ.and entertained a large lumber of the little belles and oeaux of Madii-on in honor of her sixth anniversary, Tbe little lady was the recipient of uimy gifts from her guests and the afternoon was dulightfully s(ieut by all. H;s many friends were greatly di .ap pointed that Rev. Funk failed to arrive in oir town last Wednesday eight, uttil too late to preach. Mr. Funk was in ihe railroad wreck at Valdosta und w t considerably bruised and shaken up but suffered no great injury. lie spent Wednesday nliiit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. VV. L. Parramore and le(t enr!y Thursday morning tor his pastoral charge at Clearwater. Tne Fourth ot July baseball came was pulled off according to schedule but it Indeed a whole lot of beiug a bailie between the professional men and the business men. Both teams waie made up of mostly business men and clerks, aud so far as we remember not n siDle professional man was on either ie,ui. "liully" Griltln was the umpire and le made a good one, keeping the pUyersas well as the spectators m good iiuiunr by his wonderful decisions, t hat Madison people are baseball hung ry is evidenced by tbe big crowd which was present to witness the gam. The v-arue was won by tbe team captained br AUia Davis, the scora being Dine to one. why Should You Use To Kill Insects and Vermin To Kill Disease Germs To Prevent Disease That is the Reason Fenole is Used Ask us about it THARIN & LESLIE MADISON, FLORIDA i P. JD PAAMOJE &CO. t SUCCESSORS TO : JORDAN, ASHLEY A CO. ! HTSTJEA1TCE . We represent lending Companies in Fire, Life, Liability, T'l'Lu lu, jj Live Stock, Automobile Insurance, aivl go on your bo-Hi. Your interests with us ate always gii!raVl. We appreciate j our J business t P. J- Parramore lias entire cliac of the busiiuss at the same Ulire Yt. Li "9 COLE STEAM ENGINES are right up to the highest standard of eiH cleney and durability. Every part of a Cole Steam Engine is made in our factory conseijueiitly we know what material goes into it. We know it w ill pull a certain load and we know from the past that it will last as long as 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. R. D. COLE MFG. CO., NEWKAN, GA. Huitsctim sf EnflMt, Bslltn, Cora Hills ai hw NUli. .