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Of G-restt Interest To Tto.e Fanner 600 Tons German Kainit, 12.4 per cent., just arrived. 100 Tons of the Highest Grade Potash Kainit ever imoorted by anv local dealer, Analysing 16 Per Gent. For some time we have been studying the soil of Madison County with a view of finding out wbat is most needed to make good crops, and our experience lias taught us that the soil requires more Potash, hence we have imported One Hundred Tons of the Highest Grade Kainit kowu. See us before it is gone. We cannot get any more Wire re icing American Make Plows, Plows, Single and Double Five Car Loads just received, the lowest. See us. We have all kinds, and our prices are We cany the famous Syracuse Plows in .single and double, dust received a largo shipment of genuine Stark Dixies, Georgia Ifacketts, and all kinds up-to-date Plow Goods. Kemember we sell everything in !0 DRY GOODS. SHOES. CLOTHING, HARDWARE, FURNITURE AND STOVES, And we have Bigg Sales E3very Isty.. aOiO U a tS3 0 i 3 elieuble Store. m:v kn ikhi'iiim:, v.M.it-ii-ii, .i IAIHSIIN HI-.l-OKPl.H, IMal.li-li. .1 Isilf,. l'OXSOI.IHATUI) J.iih-Si, !'... Malison, Florida. flJBLISHED WEEKLY. tl.tercl it Hi" M .. irc n.SMWv' m M lll.-r Juni- V5, IH01, nii.fi r A. t ol M it. h J, IK COLUMBUS B. SMITH. Editor. l-''vi't-rriplioi. i.oo jmt 'vnr. Ailvcrli-nu fair' I, ti'twn on .'tpiiluiilinn. VrT-MMirtilrni Will )lr;im- wtiU on .n l v oiu Mile of tin pHptr Bj lirirl in your item., 1ml (live tvvry ilnn 1 rwwh. W'v must have till- Nairn-of rvrrv cnntrilm r, not for (Mihlirulion, hul tlint wr may kn.tw llu orresprmilcntct authentic. AC tnrmYinrnie rom muTiicitioiio will timl n home i Jw want? banket Add ret. iili ronnmini'ution to THE NEW IiNTKHPHIR, Matlihon, Kloridn. THUKSDAV, .JANUARY 13. 1910. Looks like "Cannonism" is ro'mg to pass out. Uncle Joe lost out in Congress last week and the "Insurgents" are very jubilant over their first victory. Let the good work go on. What are you doing, or wbat are you going to do to matte Madison better and greater dur. in (j this year ot 1910? There is i";itozeo of the town or coun ty who cannot do v something along this line, and if every man will do his part we will be enabled at the close of the year to present a fine showing for the inspection of the world. Our neighboring town, Val-I dosta. over the line in Georgia, got six thousand dollars each' for twenty-year public utility! franchises the other day. That is the way for towns to do busi ness. We h;ve never been able to understand why valuable franchises should be given away 'tree gratis for nothing" and then the receiver of the valua ble present be permitted to treat the paying public just as lie pleases. We want to thank the people of Madison and Madisou county lor the very liberal support and patronage which they gave to us during the year just past. The business men of the town have been kind to us in the mat ter sf advertising and job work patronage, and the people of the county are having their names enrolled on onr subscrip tion book in large numbers. But there are many families yet re maining in the county who do not receive the paper, and it is to them that we appeal now. You need to know what is doing in county affairs. Yououjditto keep posted on what your offlci als are doing, how your moneys are being expended, what is do ing a'ong industrial lines, and last of all, you should know who are the men who will seek your votes for the several offices to be filled this year. Let us have your dollar and in return we will send you a copy of this pa per every week for full fifty-two weeks. You will help us and thus enable us to be ol greater service to you. We want one thousand new subscribers for this paper by the first of May. Will you be one of tbem? That Tallahassee youth who last Friday night stopped short the wild careers of two would- be desperate posloftice robbers, did something worth while, and withal rendered substantial ser. vice to the State, the United States and the Post office De partment. He is fully deserv ing a Carnegie hero medal, u medal from the city of Talla hassee and most of all, substan tial recognition from our gener ous "Uncle Samuel.' The Miami Metropolis says "there were tweuty.two names on the police court blotter when His Honor ascended the bench Monday morning, all of the rle-fe-idants charged with being drunk or disorderly.the outcome of New Yen's day aud Sundays arrests." Not a single arrest was made for drunkenness or disorderly conduct New Year's day or the Sunday iollowing in Orlando and a careful perusal of the records show only thirty arrests for drunkenness during the year of 1909. During the last year Orlando had open sa loons there were over three hundred arrests, while under prohibition rule there were only one hundred and 6ixty five all told this year. The proportion of drunks and disorderly cases in Mayor's court before and since prohibition went into effect in Orlando is about seven to one, and yet, some will tell you, pro hibition doesn't prohibit Reporter-Star. An arrest for being drunk and disorderly is of such rare occurrence in Madison that when it does happen it is liable1 to excite considerable discussion. and save at least five times the cost of the paper each week tliroug-lj the business advan tageslget from the.n." Said the other: "I believe you are right I know that they pay me well and rather think it is not good taste to find fault with the advertisements after all." The men have the right idea of the matter. It pays any man with a family to take a good local paper for the sake of the ad vertisements, if nothing more. And if business men fail to give farmers a chance to read adver tisements in the local paper they are blind to their own in terests, to say the least of it. "You never trade with me." said a business man to a pros perous farmer. "You have never invited me to your place of busi ness, and I never ro where I am not invited; I might not be welcome," was thereolv. Busk County News. Claude L'Kugle has started out on his second tour of the State in the interest of bis can didacy for the United States Senate. His bitterest enemies cannot charge Claude with be ing a victim of the "hook worm" disease. Two farmers were not long since discussing their local pa per. One thought U had too many advertisements in it. The other replied: "In my opinion the advertisements are far from being the least valuable part of it. I look them over carefully Wsrren-Blalr. Miss George Barnard Warren and Mr. Jim T. Blair ol Pinetta neigli. iiorhood were qoietly married at the home of the bride ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Warren, on Sum! Jn. 9th at 4 p. m., by the Rev. W. U. High. Mini Warier, was handnnmoU dressed in pure white silk and everv- thing to correspond and Jim w.. equally no wuicli mad a very baud. some coupie on the floor. A'ter the ceremony the bride and gmom re turned to the home of groom where nm naa every thing in line shape to welcome any bride. The attendance were Dr. and Mrs. . W . Barnard and grand daughter Mis. Fay Griffin, Mr. Frank Rioard Mr. Jack Barnett and Mi Cor. bett. Barnard we wish you and Jim happy .'uture. fi Lee News. Dr. Mickler and Mr. Hugh Darii made a business trip to Madisoi Monday. Mr Leon Krier left Wednesday for Norman Park, Ga., where In will agnin take up bis studies. Mr. W. II. Haveo Is at bone again. He has accepted a position at Capiiola. MiHses Nora and Helen Frier re turned home Wednesday. They lm a very pleasant visit at Tillmans. Georgia. Mr. Wright and familr of Ella- ville moved this week into the lies house. Miss Ilab Pearnside returned Moa day from her home where the has ben enjoying the holidays. Mr. Marshal Horton iumit tlie bolidaye with hia parenta near here. He returned last week. He it a stuflent of the business college at Macon, Ga. Misses Mabell Frier nl Reita Woodard returned Frldav from Palatka where they have had a delightful visit with their friend and relatives. Mr. and Mra. Adamson of Dav. Fla., are visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. Johnston. Mr. Austin Williams left Monday for Live Oak, where bo ill visit bis stater. Rev. R. jr. Hacker filled his regu lar appointment at the Ba n t i s t church here Sunday. The Meanest Man In Towa is the one who alwava wear. . fr.m.n u oroaa and disagreeable, and Is short and sharp in bis answers. Nine cases out of ten tfe not the poor fellow's fault, it' hie liver and digestion that make blno feel so miserable, be oan't help be in disagreeable. Are you In danger or getting into that condition T h . . start at once taking Bnllard'e Heroine orrouri.ver-thesaf,,, ,re and re. liable vegetable regulator. SolJ by W. 11. Davis.