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A Cordial Invitation
i -!i'iidt'd to .ill t m.ikr iiv of our unnv;iM'l
I'..! -ilitifs
We are tud willing to afford to every
. .i.-i..ii!.t ACC OMMODATIONS EQUAL to those ob-
'...i.'i.lble eIsewhT".
Our officer will be liapp to discuss ony
....liking business uit.'i prospective customers, and
we desire VISITORS from out of town t make this
tiiik their lieadnuartrs when in the city. ..
First National Bank
Madison.
L. A. KRALFJGH.
President.
Florida
.1 W WADS WORTH.
Cashier
Locals and Personals.
1 l-.ir lr Mimi:"- 'i'l ,,r:' k
C ( Carroll. .; I !-
..lv I
1'li.n !M
- ' V
.Quality
This is
Truly the
Gift Shop
litis ivinarliahle eoi it'relie;isivet:ess of our lis
flays anil their stil'.i'It 1 U-iiuty, quality anl value
:;rovC! it.
I'udoulitedly ycu iue join;: to luy some gift tlii.
month or next for M-tue wedding or graduate so
permit us to state tint you are cordially invited to
examine our pd. whether you come to l.iuy or not.
We Km low that k.uvUoiner. more exquisite and
More, cleverly worked designs in (iold. Silver. F$t:is
and Cut 11 lass are not to U found aiiywru-'t'e nor
their prices I lettered
YOUR VISIT IS REQUESTED,
SHELLiE P. VANN
Tc-'.evhor.e Exchange -Building.
sV.TSXTT: li'i.'C tv'"t-.-.;-J.X'.T ' V'sTiC: Sv.'ic iOXCt .iXc voC X -
ummer
Time!
The ood old summer
time is here and the
Boston Bargain House
Is tlif pi new buy your siniiiiier
CLOTHES, HATS, SHOES
And everything in the Clothing line to kee; you eo.I.
Miss Kibe H."t'-' r.'liini.'.l NiliinliO
fr.uii TiiIIhImm c. l sIi. vimI.mI f.-w
.lay, n ut whs ores, lit at tin- il.mce given
in honor .if the i'tinit ! 'lie r.ls Mnmf
in tin- I'hihuI ( it y
Ladies ami Ccntl.'in.'ii I.i-t'ii t..f. H-r
ynu read When ynu want fresh
oysters, phone l The M.i.livni (.U'rk
Lunch
.In- Hm.lv. Hirn-y Byrl Le. Williams
ami Mr. llHiigherty fiinntil :t party rum
Vvr t)nk who ient a sti'.rt wlule m the
rily Suiuliiy evening, n i.t k i r , ii the trip by
autoni. iliile
Fur any pain, fmm tup In t.ie. from any
OHUse, apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
Pain can't stay where it i used
Mrs. C. A. Hardee nf Live Oak arrived
in the city Monday mi a pleasant visit of
a few days in her sister. Mrs. T. C. Smith
Itchiiii. protruding, (deeding cir blind
piles yield to lean's Ointment. Chronic
cases soon relieved. tinnIK cured. Drug
gists all sell it.
Rev. Curtis Cruhh. of Live Oak. was in
the city Sunday and Monday, in connec
tion with his duties as rector of the Enh
copal church.
NOTICE Williams Brothers are p.juip-m-iI
to do all repairing and building neat
ly and promptly, and at reasonable rates.
Let them know when you need carpenter
work of any kind.
A quantity nf hrick has heeu placed on
the ground in front of the Presbyterian
church, preparatory to placing a hrick ve
neering nn the church.
Mnved: I have moved my pressing
rooms to the vacant building next to the
Express office. Pressing and cleaning
done promptly. Hats cleaned on short notice.
0. M. Mxktiv tf.
J. R. Rutherford, of Lee. was in the city
Monday. Mr. Rutherford will leave in a
few days for Chicago, where he will enter
the Chicago Colli ge of Medicine and Sur
gery, and complete his course in this line.
Ladies: Moseley carries in
stock Dustdown for sweeping
your floors, 25 cents per can.
Full supply also of Old Dutch
Cleanser. 4t
Cordon Carroll, of Honierville, Ga , was
in the city Sunday on a short visit.
Judge S. B. Brewton, Mayor of Hines-
ville, Ga derived such splendid results J
from the use of Foley's Kidney Pills that
he wants others to know ahout it. He j
writes, "I have used Foley's Kidney Pills
and feel that I have obtained great bene- I
lit from them and I hpartily recommend
tliem to any party suffering from kidney '
troubles.'' For sale by all dealers.
Hun. D. H. Mays, of Monticelln, was in
th? city Monday afternoon, in the inter-1
ests of his candidacy for re-?le . tinn to the
United States Congress
Bob Paterson is better qualified :
now to serve you as Tax Assessor I
than he has ever been. He husj
made good and will appreciate your )
vote,
CITIZENS BANK OF MADISON
- - FLORiDA
MADISON
V 4
Capital Sofl.OOOtHi
Si rplis $l.0OO ()(i
A. Livingston. Jr . i",,,,,
M C. Drew & J. j. H.irn.
C. L Morrow, Cashier
Real! -
Reflect1
Resolve!
IF YOU NEVER LAID
YOUR CORN BY
You Would Never
GET A CROP!
If You Never Lay
YOUK DOLLARS BY
You Will Never
Get On Top!
A
SH1 j.tlty
Coll'-crjnr,,
Mute
Sixrdily At
Favorohu.
Rates
Every
Accommodation
Consistent
With Safe
Banking
Methods
Extended To
Our
Patrons
1'-.-'.'--"'" ACT'.
wwssi""mn ! n
.. .-..I'. ... '..i ,'4,.ti. .-.f ,f.r .,!
There's no denying the fact
We have the most attractive display
of TOILET Articles in the City
We have carefully selected and
h.myht a splendid variety of
CluCk: Fiower-in-lh-3Bonle Perfume
Brushes, (V.r.t!w and Hand Mirrors, Dainty Powders. P ic."
Puffs and B-xes. Perfumery from Domestie and FoHin '!..
k vs, in hi '.'very article t suit tli taste of the most ex v
We n.si (: i 'rial and assure the Indies of our appr- i n.
Ilosoiey's Drug Store
.Madison.
Florida.
vLIitaiul see us, because we can and will
s:;v you money on "veryth'njf you buy
Boston Bargain House
MADISON. FLORIDA
For A Democratic Victory
I 3uunu ucniukraia nun io rdtnonai
ax To Grind Should Be Sent To
The National Convention
The democratic party has a fine oppor
tunity to win a national victory this year
if no mistake is made at the Baltimore
convention. The best way to avoid the
making of a mistake that might cost our
party the victory is to elect as delegates
men who are sound democrats without
any ax to grind. The interests of the
Florida democracy will be in safe hands
if the following well known democrats
are sent to the convention. These gen
tlemen favor Harmon or Underwood, but
will be governed by the instructions of
the primary and use their best efforts to
promote harmony in the party:
For Delegates National Democratic Con-
' vention, State at Large.
Vote for SIX
FRANK E. CHASE
Send Your Next Order For
JOB WORK To This Office
a
E. S. CRILL
A. W. GILCHRIST
FRANK HARRIS
EDWIN D. LAMBRIGHT
B. S. WILLIAMS
For Delegates National Democratic Con
vention. Third Cong. District.
Vote for two
FRANK G. RENSHAW
MILTON A. SMITH (
The Home of
Quality Groceries
The Rush find Crush
YOU
Frequently See Here,
Is Due To The Fact That
Feople Get Hungry And Know That
Quality Groceries Are A Sure Antidote.
Madison Grocery Corn y.
"The Grocery People"
Cut this out and save for reference on
lection day.
Sheldon Baker left Sunday for Atlanta,
where he has entered the Southern Col
lege of Pharmacy and will pursue his
studies for the next several weeks.
Misses Agnes Parramore, Luis H
and Wtlna Smith left Sunday mornind
Atlanta, where they are enjoying V
opera this week.

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