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f , 1 - Win. M- TOOMER, Candidate (or Congressman-at-Large. A Card. To the citizens of MadUor, ooun ly:. i 'hi Tuesday vuu will ny I your ballots choose two men to j represent you in th House of Kprsentatives next spring, ! 1 have endeavored throughout ! th" ompain now roininn to' a close to see as many ot the j citizens a, possible, ar.d to c. j quaint them withm,' reasons f .r! desiri.n; to represent the,n. Th 'fact that I am a voimr man without means, trying to make my way in life, has. however, kept me from making quit- as thorough, a cimoainas I wmild otherwise h.i'e tioui-. I wis,, to repeat now, o i the -ve of I he elect 'mo. a- 1 ha e .,tlii n njy aiiriojuc: m-nt ad on Mu!lli throuulloir. lite COtlDtV. 1 to elect ine to EMMETT WILSON i ' I, at 1 Vj t he !'K':. vor ,.r.d .i I' FIKST PRIMARY, APRIL .'id, the Democratic Electors ok Florida:--1 ii the coming primaries, you will decid", umonsr other 10" :;i '. '-r v Mrs. ' Mr. y. ( ' t :i) t .i:.d -!,.,!! L.:;ty. tt ;i:v : i.nfii v.vr. tfxh Reeve Entertained J.tCH 1,','rV enteriaim-d ;n Tuesday T. Cave II house t'lifst Kli.aheth liiarin of fiee, I have been fair and frank with you, both in public print! ..Jw ', i.'.',,., ;i on the stump, as to all the planks ot my platform, including Hundred Tin' n iiIaiiij ltjhii-ll T VlrtlI nil AllUIIVtil'pnL.:.'iT.M.i..n !H . . ....... . I I iDiru ixtitt attvi? oiTi'Drvntnr i ttt u i ii i u t, loom 1UH mc imimilli inii Llil.il HIIU lEjALu, luS ilding of NATIONAL HIGHWAYS, the PROPER REGULA TION OF THE TRUSTS, and the other questions of general pub e interest, THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, in its issue of Aoril 15th, says the Jluwiig: "Mr. Toomer is one of the best equipped men in the! tote for public service at the nation's capital." I have not made rtravagant claims, either for my ability or for my experience, but now repeat what I have said many times during this campaign hat, if you nominate and elect me, I shall give to your service, hile in congress, the best that is in me, and I will SERVE THE EOPLE OF THE WHOLE STATE-AND ALL THE PEOPLE WITHOT FEAR OR FAVOR OF ANY CLASSES. True to my promise made at the outset of the campaign, I ave not stooped to attempts to belittle or bemean my opponents, d such attacks as have been made on me I have not stopped to :iswer-FOR THE ATTACKS HAVE BEEN UNWORTHY OF ATTENTION. That these attacks have been made shows the des itration of my opponents and I am confident that such ungentle nanly tactics will merit just rebuke at the polls. I have visited personally maay places in all sections of the f'ite and everywhere my candidacy has been received with hearty .'apathy and voluntary assurances of support. The voters f vi- j Hardee. Those invited u meet ntly are convinced that their Congressman-at Large should be the iruets of honor wen- Mes- I gnified in his canvass for their votes and should have a .sane ' j ames.I 1. McC'ali. C'arv llar- latform such as that upon which I am making this race. 'd.e Max Ibarin, (,. D.ivis. If y;u choose me to ssrve you, I will be faithful to the trust I ( has, .Morrow, A, W. Vann. '. "J impose in me. Let me thank my friends all over the state tor c, Carroll, i s. Cogens, .v. L. at Uride luncheon i i .... t ... e i .... I hi ,, ,i , i ,l: Mil .'ii. v vi a v. mn nam matter ot vnnm vmi uui h.ivo m v.w,l., , . . - - - - .v w .tw..H0, LakeC ty. her u cum v. mi w iu.,u,iui ui iwv:m e.sen (.a Lives UL vv aSli. I t tl( In oulrmry vmi r.- toimi'a i i, o .it.i.ti ... .1. . it1-""- " j - '"" i v-.iiiTinj ji my cunuiuacy ioi ine i a I , ni f.i rii.-r ii,..,, .. ...... .u, ..... ... ,. in, and two of Five Jiving r nin and wer attractively decorated with rose, swett peas and oleanders, 1 he punch table was placed in the hall and was presided over by M s. H. W. Wliitnel!. The highest score in Bridge was iriad-J by Mrs. .1. P. McCall, and the highest score in Kive Hundred was made by Mrs, I'nndell Pope: they were awarded the prizes, pretty bar pins. The guests of honor were presented with beau tiful pins as mementoes of the morning. At the close of the game a dabty two-course luncheon was served on the card tables and coffee and tea were poured by Mrs. Kandell Pope and Mrs. Chas. Davis. Mrs. Reeve was assisted in serving by Misses Helen Keggs, Hazel and Lila Tucker ami K.llie if f r 'SbW 4S v " Mi;' . n ! it f I A t 1 i 1 1 -' ;jf .k: if 5 Candidate for Congress. It may be just what you need. PURELY The Surest, m T Ifsv. Bfller THui. Saleftl And best Thing To Put A Sluggish liver To Work And Keep You Well. VEGETABLE Insist upon LIVER-RIGHT. SO Cents Per Bottle.' . I "rVkX Calomel Morr f iOl Than """" XXKV Benellclal lT! OrAduli. For Children HARDEE & COODV, C5. P. KELLY U CO. DANIEI Q. SMiTH Madison. Florida.; eir cordial sunnort and. at the same time, assure them that all dications point certainly to my nomination and election. EMEMBER THAT YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR YOUR CHOICE OR CONGRESSMAN IN YOUR OWN DISTRICT, AND ALSO TRUST THAT YOU WILL "VOTE FOR TOOMER, TOO," 3 CANDIDATE FOR THAT OFFICE FROM THE STATE AT dee, S. A. Kartell, Helen Keggs, ARGE. Wm. M. Toomeb. Vann, D. G. Smith. T. '. Smith, II. M. Taylor, W. M Taylor. Kandell Pope. H. V. Wliitnell. Chas Davis, Vans Kandell. and Misses Clara Coggius. Kftiellar- J. W. McKINNON Madison County's Candidate Fop STATE ATTORNEY! of Ohio, city of Toledo, ( s. Lucas County, ( frnk J. Cheney mokes oath that he is partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney to, doina business in the city of To- . County and State aforesaid, and "'Mid firm wm pay the gum of ONE -A'DRED DOLLARS for each and every of Catarrh that cannot be cured by of Hall's Catarrh'Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. "orn to before me and subscribed in ' Presence, this 6th day of December. U, 18H6. ) A. W. GLEASON Notary Public. '"Il's Caturrh Cure is taken Internally " ,ct8 directly upon the blood and mu- surfaces of the system. Send for '"Denials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. 'dby all druiists. 73c lak Hall's Family Pills for constipa te your pictures framed by J. L ,Jle' Prices reasonable and work guar 'ed to give satisfaction. n't be surprised if you have an at f rheumatism this spring. Just rub 'affected parts freely , with Chamber- uniment anil it will snnn flisnn- pound for old clean fa Sold by all dealoM. Pay 5c per 'tin .ki. For my Watch sign next door to Post Office 3R,. Davis Watch Maker, Jew- eler and Engraver buy your clock from a clock lixer'that guarantees it. JJuy your spectacles at half price I guarantee to tit you. Huy your Watches, Jewelry, Dia monds and Silverware from n Madison Jeweler. The ChlCHKO Jewelers don't vote here, they don't, trrni hr, thev don't h- lp ,,! poor here, they iloii'lmiy tiixei. here, thev -lon't. h-lp our .cliools here, nor patToniw oor mefi-hant.n here, our farmer, nor iisbihi hi keeplotf up our Chnrche. , This is applicable to every citizen In the county, fall m an.l see, n,e any bow, I am nlways lini(hin. R DAVIS MAfLOK)bA. If you want to swap your old piano fo .new one. see W.L.Tooke. See J. J. Flynn when you wish tile side ! j ... ... ..... , i K fy- w Ula and Hazel 1 ucUer. $ Bill i spy ' " " ' ' vvi)1 ll" h DUTY.!" t h j I i! II j OHicc : no mini cini 1 iiior.-. I Pi yl 1 I mi limn should do J.ss. t!- S : 1,0N''T l''A1L TO 14 ';.V f J I VOTE FOII HIM. 1 Slfllt IT UBE lgj i i mi m m m mm m w r mr i i i FOLEYKlDNEY PILLS n FOR State Superintsndeal Of Public Instruction VOTE FOR A. M. C. RUSSELL 18 years county supovinfMn -nt If! years head of count; nch' ers' institute. 10 years manager fret' lk .-. tern. I year President Stale Teacher',! Association. Awarded State prize i State Fair Association two yeari in succession, for t.h best; system of rural s l)onis. HE STANDS FOR: 1. Free text hooks, coiny system, local addition. 2. Improvem tit of county ru ral schools. ;3. Hiffh stan'lunl for S.'at-.-schools. 4- Economical exin'tidi; tire of iblic School Tunds. i .r. improvement oi ev-j'y jpartment of PuMic Schools -.tie is ruimniir on HIS Platform. NOT on the demerits of his opponents." Calling cards, either printed or engrav ed, for sale at this office. i - uiu omce, walk.