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i i; i 1 .Sss. May Day Shoes (v FOR Mee9 Women and ChMdree Js.y. jt 1L 1 ' 4- Bring your feet in and let us fit you up with the right Shoe that will give you best wear I and solid comfort. Dorothy Dodd Shoes for Ladies. King Quality 'I 11 T T C 111 C ttfjvuw v. --. - B and Smith Special for Men. Also the best Shoes on the market lor tne jsaoies, nuuren w and Misses. Remember w iTd MITH CO. eljr ttttrrurisf-Srwrifr. new ENThi'i:i: . u.. HAKISOX H, . n4.i! Ihi. lON'NIit.ll'.VI I I' ,' . !'.. MaJison. FloriJa. r. 1. 1 ! t ' ' 1 M-iln Ju l J.V, I ' i rl ,.,r.. A : ..I V..m SOLI'MBIS B. SMITH. EJitor. I U .1 t i. Y, . . .1 r:l-.l- rl'il f'iv . .' i'.. , . , !. ,' n li , l 1 - r . ;.i ' IC . A' i-i v no 'I' 'M-' .nu i!i -n i , '.n,l h.,n i . c w..-ii- Im-U-i. Mn, 1'. i-i.-vi .,l:rvk I I HE NEW I.N I'l-HI'RIE, Mmli .i.-... Klori.U. TIU.'HSDAY, MAY 1;'10. Thank Heaven, the comet Oid not liit us as hard a some folks seemed to think it would, and the predicted annihi'itioD of old earth failed to materialize. For the next three weeks there will be something' doing ia the political game in Florida. Tal iaferro will not turn loose with out first putting up a mighty tight and Broward is determined togive him a fight which will ikee,p him busy. Most of our editorial brethren who souu'ht political honors in ihe recent primary found what they were looking for. We con gratulate them upon their suc cess and their people upon the good sense which they displayed in tromioaling them to the offi -ces which rtliey sought. -The friends of "good roads" are not discouraged because of ibe ' defeat ot the bonding issce ialstrt edk' primary. Madi son county people are too loyal . to a principleand withal too progressive to submit to a de feat without making another ef fort, and we believe that ninety jpcr ..cent ot our people feel the ''necessity of an improvement of our public highways. Some way will be devised to bring about the desired end. Right here we pause to remark that no senatorial district in all '. lor ua. will le more capably represented in the next legisla ture than the Tenth District whicn is composed of Madison county. In Charles K. Davis, our Sen;t.or-ekcl, we have a man who is the ieer of any man who will wear the senatorial t-ira. Au'v'ressive. brainy and conservative, he will make him self a force in the deliberations of the State Senate and may be depended upon ;l all times to give curelul and conscientious consideration to every matterof State which may arise. We be lievo he would make an ideal presiding officer, his talents and training rendering him especial ly titled for such a position. Suppose we nominate him now for the exalted position of Pres ident of th Senate? Do we hear a second: Claude L'Engle didn't get there, but he received enough votes to cause a second primary between Broward and Taliafer rj. The all absorbing and im portant question uow is: Where w 11 L'Engle's votes fall in the s 'cond primary: Taliaferro and B oward will both go after them red eved.'' The democratic precedent ,which has obtained in Congress- wna' matters for many years was not broken in the congress ional race in the Third District this time. Mays is re-nominated .by a good, safe majority and swill again represeut this district in the Congress of the United States. We think a whole lot -of Cooper Griggs and accord to ;him as much ability perhaps as ;is possessed by hin successful opponent, but it is no use to try to oust a good man from Con gress when be has had but one .ierm. One dead policeman, a wound, ed policeman, a dead saloon keeper and a wounded woman was the result of a midnight row in a Ja:ksonville saloon last Friday night. The laws o f Jacksonville require that all sa loons close at midnight. This siloon was in full blast at two o'clock in the morning. A po liceman called and remonstrated with4tbe proprietor who thought Lis "personal liberty" was be. ing interfered with and the shooting commenced. The may or has issued orders to the po lice department to enforce the closing ordinance. A case of locking the doors after the horse i stolen. It is very evident that the people of Madison county don't want hard roads bad enoogh to issue bonds to provide the mon. ey with which to build them. We hope and believe, however, that some method will be de vised by which we will ultimate ly procure good roads in a man ner satisfactory to seme of the people, at least. One thing at least was defi nitely decided by the recent pri mary,, and that was whether or not a State Convention of the Democratic party in Florida should be held The voters of Florida overwhelmingly said"no convention for tbeirn and nominations will continue to be made in the good old primary way. According to the unofficial esti mnte compiled by the United States omus bureau Monday tor 1910 the new census will give Florida total population of 695,541 an innreaneof 167.990 inc the census of 1(H. Card of Thanks ric:ise alWiw me space to express my thanks to those who supported me for County Commissioner and I r every kindness shown me in any way whatever. I will ever feci grab ful toward them. Willi kind feel ings toward all. Respectfully, A. A. WfcTHINIiTONj (Prom t lie I.utstoo GlobO 4 Large Boulder Fell in Front of a Passenger Train Going at Fifty Miles an Hour. AND IT WAS ALMOST MIRACU LOUS THAT KVKRYONE OK THE TWO HUNlRED PASSENGERS WERE NOT CRUSHED TO DEATH When you rend mien startling head lines in tbs dnily papers, did you ever stop to think how many lives are being crushed out daily by stones in the blad ders of hundreds of human beings, be cause no remedy was ever known to oiedl.-sl science that would remove tbem until bloodioe was discovered ;od since bloodine baa been found to be a specific lor thi terrible affliction, if fcaa bad the most pbBQotneD! sale throughout the Cast and WmiI, ot any remedv aver known. TbouiHH5is of buttle having been sold in a single dsy in many of the large cities. if yoa are suffering with stone in tbe bladder, aching (wins over hloe, buck achav sediment os deposit in uriae, irri tatioo of tbe blscMer, pain in urinating, rbeueMtiam, uric-sold in tbe blood.sud den stoppage of lb urine, highly: color ed or asilky white urine, pass btood or mucca lo urine, reteution of urine. straining after urinating, thick or atug glsb urine, scystiti inSamatien of bladder, catarrh of bladder, or bowels, pufS see under eve, voracoiua appe tite, thirst, gall etones, gravel, para in uretlr7ak swollen aekles, di mooed vis ion, specks before the eves, scanty urine,, frequent calls, mouth dry, bll lousaess, dribbling, lumbago, weakness. lose f flssb, imgular heart action, ulceration of the bladder, skis pale wasy and dry, tad odor of perspiration, dont delay, but send to your druggist and get a bottle of bloodioe at ooce; if be does not kep bloodine, you can aerate a aix weeks' treatment, six bot tics, tor 82 TjO, or single bottles &H trial bottle and booklet lOo, from Tbe Blood ine Laboratories Boston Maaa. D. O hoith. special agent. A Living Skeleton Is tbe final condition of any child lhat has worms if It lives. Think of having sometnuig in your stomach that eats all you take as nourishment. Nine tenths of the babies hav worms, may tie yours has. Be certain that it has not by giving it While's Cream Vermi tuge it expels all worms and is a tonio for the baby. Price 25 cent, Sold by W. B. Davis. Court House Monday, May 23rd. 10 O'clock A. M. '? ' N. B. BROWARD . CANDIDATE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR Will address the psople of Madison County. Yoa are invited lobe present. SAVED Bf THE KING. Mm Incident In the Career ef Helbein, the Palwtsr.- There happened sr trffarf la England wMcb might ftava teo fatal to Hoi beta if the king had net prelected him. Os the report of bis character a noble ma of the Brit quality wanted one day to aea hies wbea h was drawing Igur after tbs life. Holbein in an swer begged his lordsbip. to defer tbe hertor of his visit te smother day. which tbe aoblemao taok for so af front He broke opets tbe door and very rudely went upstairs. Holbein, hearing tbe noise, left bis chamber and; meeting the lord at his door, fell Into a violent passion and pushed him backward from the top ef the stairs to tbe- bottom. Considering, however. Immediately what be bad done, he escaped from tbe tumult be bad raised and made the best of bis way to tbe king. The no bleman, much hurt, though not so much as be pretended, was there soon after Mm, and upon opening bis griev ance tbe king ordered Holbein to ask pardon for his offense. But this only Irritated the nobleman the mora, who would not be satisfied with less tbsn bis life, upon which tbe king sternly replied: "My lord, you have not now to do wltb Holbein, but with me. Whatever punishment you mny contrive by wsy ef revenge against him shall assuredly be Inflicted upou yourself. Remember, pray, my lord, that I can whenever 1 please make seven lords of seven plow Ben, bat I cannot make one Holbein even of seven lorfls."-"Llfe of Holbein." ANNOUNCEMENTS rOK COtrKTV TREASURER. I lwrebpaimeuiMi im iali randidnlc isr election In the Hm ot C"uuty Trtuurcr and w ticitthe auppoftol chr democratic voter of SImIi -nat'ountv. I U tk thra method of ttiauluuK niv friend for putt Ltvor. Hcspcetfullv. T. W.bAI.E. I hereby annewutt m candidacy for h oir of County Trettsufvr and caaneaUv reqtut thefup po,t of democrat In the ttMri primary. Thank ma; my friends for pul favora and proinUinir, electro, a f:,ithf.V nd cimxrivntloua difcharair of ' tlie dulmof the orVe, Very rripectf ullv, JOHN V. DAVIS. I'OR .MKMBtR or SCHOOL BOARO. nifrTiuer S. To the democratic Votera of diatrfct i' I liereby announce iavelf h ciMididute for Mem ber ot cl e School HMrd ot Madiaon for Dinnii No. 3. thanktotf the people for pift an. -port ami hoping to receive the same again will aav If elected I nill faithfully ulacharKe ,nv duty. My iclrrrst ia your iiitereat and 1 want Ifood achools. Yoora trnh', .1. H. LAMMONS. I hereby announce at a canciil.it for meml'er of School Board from Diatrlct No, 3, proini,inr ,fc elected to promote tbe beat iittereat in the chioi in oar county. The aupport of all democrat 'n the diatrict wilt be appreciated. ). h, WHITTV, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DleTHICT NO X. I im acanrlid:ite for County C-mmlantonrr tor Di-trict No. S, aubject to the action ot the demo cratic primariea. If elected I pledge my beat ei fort, for the intereat ol all the county, Rettpectfully, LKKIIARRELL We hereby announce the candidacy of W. H. B.' Terrv for member of the Rourd of County Com mla.lonerk from Ointrict No. ti and belicvinft m hia eminent Stneta for the ponition appeal to the voter of the district to support him in the coming primary. MANY hillEN'DS.