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Malison. FlorlJj. PUBLISHED WF.EKLY. i M utt-r hint- 2 IW", kr Ac. ( M in-h : f. C. MERCHANT forov n:ra Mil-' Him.vii -i JtWI, f .Mil! ll.H not fur tuibln att trt Mi ili-t ( till pill IT, i-f niMiftf rvvrv 'n:rthti luitllml wt-in.n hn.n t lit- l,Hi Oti ml, hut Crave ftPtfiidivH I'lllu-uiic. " -tnnm mono c JHvmi iltlon- A iM tiiul it li-iiut in ttf u Ivikcl. .(idr" n! nni'i)iiui alMiith if I KK K i KHI'lilSfc. KJ-COlt l-lt FRIDAY. APRIL 28, 1912. All pull for the County Fair. Vote for the ones you think ill serve you best next Tues day. The new bridze at Bellville 'fills a long: felt want." It is .ertainly a fine three span bridge and over its erection the people jn both sides of the river are 'ejoiml. - Jasper News. TtAfts FOH THE LOST CAUSE Today the. pages of memory are turned back and loving hearts call to mind that mag nificent army that rode forth to war under the leadership of Lee and Jackson and Johnston, and other matchless commanders. Let our thoughts dwell upon the subject for a moment- The birth of a new ration, the Southern Confederacy, the fight at Sum ter and at Bull Run, the fright ful struggle for existence, Chick amauga, Antietam, thh fateful day at Gettysburg, Sherman's march through the heart of the weakened Confederacy, the cap ture of Savannah and the burn ing of Columbia, the surrender at Appomattox, the death of the new nation and the imprison ment of its first and only pres ident, and the dark days of Re construction. Surely those were the days that tried men's souls, when, after four years of war, the South lay prostrate, with her wealth swept away, and thousands of her bravest sons sleeping beneath their native Hon. A. M. McMillan, a lead- If ;, f,nK. mouf thon thaf tn. agbuMr.es man of Peiwcola. I d wkhhe bitterness of the Watson Leads for Governor has announced his candidacy for I struggle dispelled by the lapse of 'be honorary office of president-, years we shouId pauseandghed a tear for those who died in de j fense of their country and for l tVirw. ul'Via pnHnrprl trip ravntres ai elector. The rensacola News if a few days ago contained a Highly commendatory article in f..,...., 4 , u:.. i: i iri T j 'oi war but have since McMillan has served his party answered the last roll call. wen ana in return, r.e win no ioubt receive a handsome vote ;n the coming primary. The special edition of the Gainesville Sun reached our office a few days ago and it was an issue that ihe University City should feel proud of- It contain ed thirty-six pages of ir.terest :iig reading, with a fall descrip tion of the many attractions around the beautiful Alachua .our.ty capital, a:vJ ha no doubt, been read and r-.v.id and laid sidc for :'uiuri inference by numbers of Gainuivillians and )ther :'rio:iJs :he Lltle t.itv. and that today in loving memory we should place a flower above their final resting place. It was Tim rod who penned those matchless lines: "Stoop, angels, hither from the skies! There is no holier spot of ground. Than where defeated valor lies. By mourning beauty crowned." (';.!.;: :.,.W cei'U. "vl.i.ri A ..; civ. tne I The Effective Laxaitve Tniee Like anil i Kuien Like Caui.lv. In cur espiTii'tiie m ti.e t.ari'lling uf niiis tutl meJiciiifs. we hflicve tii tt we lave neet bu-1 vxi'iet ience wilt, ni.y itiii'.'ty that fjnve audi -; -i r.i if', i ' ,ii -I) tr r r.r o Utiit?i. 11.; .'.u ill ' Till ! lK"i, 'I'llH IJfll.- .ill, r 1 1 III ' 1 1.- l V -t j '.ittlv i-:; : y to Sm:.. :. a i.ot sure o; c.-.-iidiite t'o.- repiv f270 up until at then he t : time. Ar.d that. jff.ee will pvj him only in Jie event that he ets it. This is in striking csntrast to the ex tenses in this county, no candi- i -.I., n he i -i-i Oecan-!' t:r,t,jt; e .'pent ruay night and '..re :since that too. when the iate havinj about $75 at the statvmcr.t- pent more than ;irr.e of filinyhis On next Tuesday the citizens jf Madison county and of the state will exsrci.se one of the greatest privileges of a free peo ple and wil!, by their ballots, determine who shall be their servants for the next two or four ears. It is needless to add that the people should study the can didates well before they mark their ballot and. that they should vote with die best interests of the county and of the slate in view. Personal likes and dislikes should be kept in the back ground, as far as possible, and the free a:id untrammelled vote of the citizens of the county and state should be recorded, at that time. O.'Jy in thU way will we have doae our f all duty. Sclf-playing pianos fur cash or on in stallment plan. Call tad ee them. W. 2 Tooke. ,r tuxe r ..t t'i" ..'nod i " f ' ; !...v.it;v . i-ut r.otir if tiuiiU. r l.iitii i.', It. xr... 'it-Kit jtiont! lliat He of'i-r tUni (c ci ah our i'ii x sit'.v t i iTsniiaS i;ii;irTthtcs . tluit, it tliev li .iOt tlicr uu'.ily sitiii-fy ou . you neeil lell a? uti'l we will Land Imck to jou every penny you paid v? tor tt.em. Therefore, iti trying them upon our i-commt-nil;ilin jou take no risk whu'evf i. UuxaU Oriteilim tas't like and are eaten like Mitody. They do not grip-, cause nunea. excenive loose. qlss, or any oiLer annoyance. They act so easi'.y that tliey may be taken at any time, day or night. They are particu ally good tor children, uyed, or delicate pet'Suns. They are put up in convenient tablets in three mzt s of package. Prices 10, 25c and 50c. Ueuiember Rexull Kemedieg can lie ohtainei in ,liis comaiutiity only nt the Madison Drug Company, ww naarirn .iiiimrj ttnw H" iiii in h'w pii iiiwwiin-niimwnwwnwriiiTrT inff Latest reports received from nearly seven hundred pre. t'incts in the forty-eight counties of the state, indicate that Hon. John W. Watson of Miami is far in the lead for govern" or, and that this plain, sturdy business man, who believes in good roads all over the state made by convicts, will receive the nomination in the first primary next Tuesday. vn I 11 m "Queen of Sea Routes'' Merchants & Miners Trans, Co. STEAMSHIP LINES JACKSONVILLE TO SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE and PHILADELPHIA NORFOLK TO BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE Steamers New, Fast and Elegant ACCOMMODATIONS AND CUISINE UNSURPASSED Throuil'i tickets on sale to and from principal point Send for Booklet L. It. Jones. Com'!. Ast. H. C. Avery, Azt.. S'-'trdnole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville. Florida. "Finest Coastwise Trips in the World." New Blacksmith Shop. I have opened up for business at G. W. Faulkner's old stand and am prepared for all kinds of blacksmith and wheelwright work, farm ma chinery being a specialty. Bring in your mowers, reapers and rakes, and have them put in order now; pre pare for the need of them before hand. Prices reasonable and all work guaranteed. W. G. Schenck. FOR SALE: A second-hand Fay-Shole typewriter, in good condition. T. C. Merchant. Red Inner Tubes Their superiority is recognized all over the World IN STOCK BY Corbin Motor Car Company. Madi8AnoriQa Phone 99 " ROYAL SCARLET BRAND Tiny Peas, Corn, Tomatoe, Sweet Crinkledv Peas, Crost i 7 BlackweU'i Pickles. Absolutely H Pure Olive Oil. Olives. Ketchup Sauces, Obelisk Flour. ' J BUCKWHEAT 10 cts. package. A. L. VANN PHONE TO 99 Georgia & Florida Railway. THE DIRECT LINE TO Augusta Carolina and Virginia Points, Wash, ington, New York and Eastern Citiet Close connections at Hazlehurst with Southern Railway trains for Macon. Atlanta and Points Ea and West Nos 7-1 No. 5 Daily Dally P M I AMI 4 15 75H SOU 9 2(1 10 4U 00 7 10 715 755 H 50 10 15 11 40 AM EFFECilVE APRIL N. 4 Nn.l4 21.1. 1812. Dp" Jjjf 7 06 Lv.. Auilusn . Ar 525 11 16" 10 48Lv.. Swainoboro ..Ar 15H ?a 9 :iS Lv.. Millrn ..Ar 310 tit 12 02 Lv.. Vidali. ..Ar 12 '.H M 1 10 Ar.. Hazlehurst ..Lv II 21 411 1 10 Lv.. Hazlthurtt ..Ar II 21 Sg 220 Ar.. Douglas ..Lv 1005 t 2 2.1 Lv.. Duunlai . Ar KM III 3 05 Ar..Willarrh..Lv tm 711 3 45 Ar.. Nashville ..Lv, 83d S1 4 50 Ar.. Valdoiu ,.L 7 35 S 41 8 40iAr.. Madiioo ..Lv! 5 55 4 If PM ' AMI PK No. a DOUGLAS TO BARPOWS BLUFF No. .10 1 No, :14 Daily Ex. Sun, P M Lv Douiilat I 00 Ar Broxton 0 27 Ar Burrows Bluff ... I P M A M 10115 11 IK 12115 P M SunOnl) lAJ4 I fos 1101 I lit! I AM C. C. CARROLL. Agent, Madison, Fli T. E. HARRIS, Com. Agent. Valdosta. G. C. H. GATTIS, Asst. Traffic Mgr., Anyuta. Ci II. C. McFADDEN. Traffic Mar.. Augusta. Ooruii 1 rv ? f I vr V H .1 J. B. HODGES, Of Lake City. Florida. Home Made Lawyer. n CANDIDATE FOR State Attorney He Will do nis Full Duty- A MOTHER'S CARE. A careful mother will not Hive herd a medicine without knowintf it pure.w tains nooplatea, and has healiniiaiulitf tive qualities. Such a medicine i F' Honey and Tar Compound for o ' whooping cough, bronchitis, and all Hons of the throat, chest, and luni!. B and safest for children and grown p , Contains no opiates. For sale by all era.