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I M I a The First National Bank Of Madison A. Livingston, jb., President M. C. Drew, Vice-President C. L Morrow, Cashier J. J. Harrell, Vice-Pmident CONDKNSKO STTMMHT 0 THK CONDITION of rum ttijens -gemh of JpaMsmi, MADISON, FLORIDA a KMHomnto to tmi ooM'rou-ea tr rum oi.os o aiemee ! Capital, Surplus and Undivided profits $100,000.00 'vTotal Assets ... 400,000.00 I Welcomes and appr e c i a t e s your business whether large or small and believes its ex tensive resources developed by nearly fifteen years of con stant, considerate, conseiva- tive accommodations,' a splen did endorsement ofits most i satisfactory service to the peo ple of Madison and vicinit'. 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 Total , taio LIABILITIES Capital Stock - $50,000.00 Surplus - - - 5,000.00 Undivided Profits (Net) - 17,171.97 Dividends Unpaid - - 1 30.00 Bills Payable - - 20,000.00 DEPOSITS - - 243,397.57 Total - - - 3'57,599.S4 f 337,599.54 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS Deposits June 30th, 1910 - - $215,397.57 Deposits June 30th. 1909 .- - 157,666.67 Increase - - - $87,730.90 TOWN TOPICS. Our 'Phone 76. A Toast- 'Uere'. to tbe unspoken word! It iiev ? er starts a quarrel ; "jit never hurts a friend it teverdoes a a wronc: ItAnever bring unhuppiness It ever 1 I wine the laurel . . . - ..i.h lhair .That vioiore ...... ' speech sod grow thru' silence strong! Here's te tbe unspoken word! It hue the .treoatb of twenty ! - a . (,, i, .flmnl. in business it is . a nnwer indeed; Patlenc. walks beside It love goes band f in hand with It, k ,.A Krava and haoDV are the souls '? that bold to it Id need." n it. r. r Williams' Liver and If Idnev PiUs for CoDStipation. "n. i. h nm in Sunday spend i ' . . . u borne log several clays with bis friends here '. - c iih maria a business trip to I jack-onville Sunday returning Tuesday. Vv...i ion i1,i.n eorcs each week. VVHUWU. - Highest market price paid,' cueh or trade. R- V. Uiai. n t Tlnmrlck a prominent attorney of Moiittcello was registered at the Mer nhantalat. last week.' f... v. v Atkinson .nd Master Bob. erf returned to Montioello Monday after Ma days visit to Mrs. C. B. SmHh. For Ssl:-An excellent well Improv- . .. , i A.t nt 9ft0 arrdfl. led bemmoca iuu .-. Jo.i.12 00 Deraore. W. P. Thompson ? Messrs. Jim Morrow end Wm. Waters f ctmt to Madison last Wednesday from A Dunoellon to attend tbe funeral ot Mr. ITrhn Waters. A ti,. MiaaeaLlla and Hswl Tucker kturned by uto from Quitman Tue. j' - .frooon. having been brought ovei by .ever.1 Quitman young people. Harry and Uroy PMmer spent Bun i. ritmn making the trip in an a v. Thev brought Misses Beggs od Fraleigh bon Sunday even in Bloodin Tbe World'. Tonlo il the . .-..! .nd bod builder. Fre-sam- r u k mail for 10o. Addrees, Tbe ,..-- T.o.RnatOn. Mm. D. UIOvOlu v i -i .v Smith, sneciai agent. Mr Aaron Mead, prominent oitixon ..." lut FrldT for OI Ut wumvi - .... . month' Uit to Ne York oity .nd oth. .!r.!. ,j interest. Hi. Interesting wlf.lstth. Merchant during hi. .b . atoriMsft. eft.id 'to git Ch.mbjrl.io'. Oo-y EUmody. -Ther. i. no d.nger from It, ...a i. .ur to follow. Etpomelly '4111 LI (Olivs , . . : noimmmiW tor wg h,in cough. 8oW by .11 druggists. left Tuesday fur ' GrouVillo wber eh. will visit Mr. Jo. .. ...- Rldine' ffav. a plooio Muaiun. r- n.,,1,. I - rwUrday n, honor w mim IT IT .- ...!. Ellison. In. young I KJITUW " ladies will r.tnrn Home huna.y in m. RarMlna Mttomobtl. , mm Ad'P.:m of ph.mp.IW '1 wn the guest of Mis. An- VT 73 .. f.r a. Orn -i.k wii UfeTin nJ rr.l.igb. Try Dr. O. B. Willianis' LU-er Kidney Pills for Billiournese. Mrs. Rnndell Walker and children re turned Saturday to ValdosU. For Kent: A. four-room cottage. Ap ply to Mrs. w. w. wnitiock. r. Dr. J . C Ellie of Perrr was ao inter- itlou and Icterebled visitor toour tov . Saturday. Get J. W. McKlnnon to insure your property attalnst loss by Are. His com parties are Hronc and fsfe. 4t Mies Mnxie Zip;erer left last Sunday for Jennings to spend reveml weekb with ber sister, Mrs. Dess. Mrs. Ebb Harris of Live Oak is s auestofber sister, Mrs. Alex Wade having come over one duy last week Mim Htlen Beirffe left Mondty for ValdosU where i be is now vlxiting M!b Clvds Thomas. She will return home early neit week. Vpit Sundav there will be services in the Catholic church here at 8 o'clock d. m. and Mass Monday morning at i Catholics and non-Catholics are invited to attend. What will vou take for th it Couirl vnu have Bill? I don't want it, but If I bad it I would tnke Elo..dine Cough Checker. . 2a bottle will cure you. U G. Smith, apevial agent. Mn J. B Brinson who has bad . de iioM.fnl trio to Quitman wher. aha vi.it ed Mrs. Hubert Groover, and Huston hraa mi the oueat of bor unule. r. Jim Smith, la expeclea Dome to morrow. ! If vour liver is sluggish .nd out of tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti pated, take a dose of Uhamtienain s st.maeh and Liver Tablets tonight be fore retiring and you will feel all right in tbe morniDg. Sold bv all urugaiais Marshal Dale la busy trimming tie oak tree, sround town. Seema to us the sound of the grass cutter would be pleasant .bout now. Our streets .re a waving sea of yellow, preny duukh rrnm an aesthetic Doint of view but anything but attractive when Uoomts to civic pride. t. ...ra and take a bottle of Cham- wi.in'aColio. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you whensurtiog on your trio this .ummer. itcsnnot oeouwiu ..i twu-d the train, or steamer U VU - . ri....nf water and ollmats orten .,.HHn attKQke ot diarruoe., and mum r . . it. la ha.1 to b. nreoared. Hoia oy .u liruggwia. n., - -t ..... i.miari who have enter X nun v. .a .. tha oonteeu Inaugurated by the. Board of Trade for tha best acre of .... A hat u ra of cotton, are remind QUI If WIW 'ww- " ..am- ed that thay ara expeo1"- to BOl"3r " u a .. I'uilaaa to tb aata wnco voot Duaru r ex peqt to (pithe the corn. Eotrlea for th. cotton oonte.1 win oe i- 4.1 a..i.Mr let. and if there oe any ...... ih eouiilr who baa not vst enured the cootrat under tha rule, of thaooousthamatfdosooo or o... tbe .aid data. Th. time for entrl'a in - .aat eloeed May let. .nd ID W w-"- though aavaral have aweo. w k. lima th. mansger. ot tn. amuv ! contest dcW th.t .trios ju.u - constant, demwd! a cloea adlierwnce ..i- .rfnnted for the contest .t .nrrlnat on Dy US ira"" aV harvaeiiDar tneir w. w.r LOW ViVUW V- - , , th. Board will aaad a mailtt.' W Fleischmann's Yeast received at Pi ll's Grocery Store fresh twice a week. Roval C. Dunn oassed through Sit- urdav en route for Waynesville to join Mrs. Dunn. See J. W. McKinnon for Fire Iusur ance.' He represents some of the lead ing cotnpanlea. U-4t M iat Hattie Lou Dickinson went Olympia Saturday and will remain there several weeks with relatives. Georee Brinson who baa been visit mtr relatives in Quitman and lloKton for some time came borne latt Sunday. S. E. Cobb came up from Jacksonville Saturday and spent eeveral das with Mrs. Cobb scd the boy at Mr. Wit. Burton's borne. Sheldon Baker and Eddie Uassell lift last Friday for Savannah whence ther took .hip tor. business end pleasute trip to Bltlmore, New ork and other Enatern cities. Eloodlne Liver Pills cure Sick Head aches, Biliousness, Dizziness, Dyspepsia and Constipation. 25o a box, mailed by Tbe Bloodine Co., Inc , Boston, Mas. D. G. Smith, special a;cnt. C. O. Terr? of Bethune, S. C, who will be rjleasantly remembered as a former employe of the Smith Mercan tile Co . was in town last week anU ex prosed bis appreciation ot this paper by a renewal. Handsome cards have been iBSued by Mr. Sidney Archibald Hlnely for the of Miss Julia Willie Hinely to u. Vans Kandell, to occur on the 25th inst. Both are well known and popular vurilsnn voi.ntr neople and their wee ding, which is to be a brilliant church affair, ia the absorbing topic ot our ao- cial circles. Died at bla home on the AroberSnr h ni.ni.rion on Tuesday. th inst,, Jc) 0 w.tr.. after a brief illnees. Deceasi d ..A hMii a cit r.ei of tbla county an of hi. llf d was greatly esteemed by a targs clrole ot friends and acquaint ....... The funeral was nem weo day, Interment being in O.kridge ceme- tery, Rev. W. Whitneu omciaviua; vtai over to mf house and play with me on Monday-my birthday, and a win all trv to find a moe timeoa me Am I'm nine.' TLis wm tbe invitation which brought Joy-to two score mm hearts late last week, lor "a party n-v . ia. (ta attraction as Ion? as th bu man heart is young-. Tbe little hoatw for th oocaeion weeSere Sheldon Smiib j.i.ahiar of Mr. ana Mrs. i. j SmiU, th tlm Monday afternoon, 15th i... mm Hva toaeven. tne Piaca vu lawn la front of their bora. After all .i .t. hut aaaembled and tsa given biiVH .u.i. hiri.hda remsmbranoes to Karat). tbejr spent a merry hour in "rt-taillng si... nnlTAV " thm DMl 1UDUVF.1I m " Viola WhitloA, being presented wlih a h of at.tion.ry. Cream and cke in .K..n4.nnaaMrved th. children at ublee pl-ced adw M"" Wlln. smith, Mono Motf M. tiaaltb id eerrlne- Other game. wer. pl.ved and A kuaa aura .OOKeU eauo euira was presented with a pretty aoovenir r tbeoooasion. in ov -u. Inuaneaa of WO little uuaira. .i.ndtheal fresco feature 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 PARRAJYIORE Maafe. mi f'afl COLE STEAM ENG1IES are right up to the highest standard of effi ciency and durability. Every part of a Cola Steam Engine Is made In our factory consequently we know what material goes into it. We know It v. HI pull a certain load and we know from the past that It will last as lon 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. I. D. COLE MFG. CO- IEWRM.6JL nuatKtarai f EifUas, Balkn, Cars BUIa sal Saw Hills. . J Fire Insurant? S- J. W, McKin non for a policy In a go4 company. vi.. I. Ellison who lit been in Greenville for several wek ia exp-cied Sum to-day. at- .nd Mrs. Rrbert Cobb returned from thir bridal trip v.trday and are domioiled at th Stroud Houee. Mr. .id Mr.. J. B. Kelly and Dolores went to Maoclennr Monday to attend the funeral of an iotimat" friend. The) returned here Tuesday night. Mm J. W. Reeve wm the hoateea 'i',..uUi mnrniiu for the card olub Th. m.mWa met at 10 u'cluclc and at car tb asm seaionable and refreshing eatable were served. - Little Mleee. M.rshlea Cottinghani and Madelio. Hadden returned r'rldn from a delightful yleitto W. T. Citing ham at Dongla.. Ga. Tbev were mei In Valdust. and accompanied borne by fcJwln Hadden. Raar drinkers snd other wbo suffr with Bright". Dieeae. Wabeli. Kc ai.a ..raav Kidney or bladder trouoie cao be cured If I hey will take Blojdine . r,. irmftV 'r.LRr. SOU a QUWV .... muiia h The Bloodioe Co., Inc , Boston, Mass. D. O. Smith, .pecial 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 k Aitr work nromntlv and every job GUARANTEED. Gather up the Clocks, Jewelry and Wofohoa xt brinir them on. . r heir, full line ot 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 cnarge. Call in and see me any how. I like company. Davis, JEWELER V 4 i Wraleiirh 10-Smp.nil all oomblaed to mak. it a party long to agent. MUIM4VSI - - ihm.th.tf.r, returning hom. on tbe meaeure th Una ana yiu i - i aor. be remembered. UQAI M" i.