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NKW KM I.WI'IUSK, Mm?1 ll MAUIbOS KbCOKUKR.Bn!il:,l.I . C)SSO..irATKIl June 25, IU. Malison. Florida. VTS BLISIIED WEEKLY. U M 1UT COLUMBUS B. SMITH. FJItor. mane Knuirii " ; , ' hf.M-flfe write n .nl' ne ulc of ihv Pt'r i f rf in vmtt items lmt ivi eerv it-m o. w. Wt ifiKt ivt thr n :. r,t every rnntri'i- ft nulOicnlinn. but thai wt- nmv Know thr .rrnon(icnc-U authentic. Al' nonvnu. u rom .u-Htion wilt 'irul homo -iie w.U Addif nil crttTimiinir!Hnn to Tilt. SW KNTF.PniK.--M j1iun, Florid THUUSDAY. JULY 23, MS. For Sale -ToThe Craft. By the consolidation of the Vnd;m Recorder with Hub paper I am enabled to offer for fale a complete m wj-pHper plant, coi Bii-ting ot Country Campbell Cylinder riewspsrer p'ess. C it. P. Gordoli jnblwr. 10xlVqnniTltip of b"l ar.djob am' displsy tvpe and everything uectiisiirv to the "publication of a news-' turner. Also eieht or leu bundles o( white news, In unbroken packages, just ssfroni the mills, size Clx.lG. if you know of iiovone who wants a iwwcpaper butfit at h moderate cot refer them to " THE ENTERPRISE RECORDER ' Madison, Fla. EJitor Johnson of the Apala cbicola Times has fiarured it out that "it takes 9 90 to buy what ffj 11 would buy before the 'Diniiley bill was adopted and tho trusts beo-an their work of exploiting the American people;. An . income of &90 now is no - tter than an income of G11 Shis year of prace 11)08, s ten years ago." A STRONG TICKET I The democratic party has donned ils fiifhtinK clothes. It scents victory iu the air of 1009. It has' chosen two. capable p'adiators to lead .the tight. The thunderous demonstrations at Denver differed from those of other years in that they were inspired by harmony and not by strife. The outbursts of en thusiasm were not of the sort manufactured to stampede the delegates to or from any man. They testified rather to' the revivalof nape," the discarding of differences that had rent the party hopelessly asunder, and to the deep rooted, virility ot democracy. . . Mr Bryan is at tjie very n.od tide of physical strength and mental vipor. The immaturity' tint was charged a:tint him in otiier years can no lender be urged. Nevera meau antagonist, tie has developed and crown through years of travel and study until he 'has beco.ne an adversary worthy of the strong est man's steel. In the present campaign he cannot fail totae advantage of a condition that militated largely against his success in 180(5. The ticket nominated at Den ver is a trood o:.e. It combines many elements of ' strength Both of the candidates- are splendidly tquipped mentally. There is going to be a fight in and a good one. Cincinnati Enquirer "America is the Ileniamin of ihe family of nations," is the way the pope expressed it to a body of college students' from the United States. The pope blessed them andsaid: "America is young yet, but the Father al ways loves most the youngest child. In every family there is a Benjamin, and America iu the family of nations is the Benja min." Exchange. greatest Florida voted 10 solid for the injustice ever perpe trated on a sovereign btate. at Denver convention. Lake City Index. Now what is'the mat ter with Tom Appleyard? Tell us about it, Tom,- so that others may see and know how our dele gation so grossly Imposed upon a sovereign State. Tom Appleyard seems to have a distinct ' crouch." and it is evident that he is not pleased with the way things were pull ed off in Denver when the demo crati: hosts met and nominated a ticket. Forget it, Tom, and jro to work r-ottinrr in your very , Hon S. J. Hillburn of Putnam county is out in a card stating that he will rot be a candidate tor the speakership of the House at the meeting of tb2 next legis lature Karris of Duval seems al this stage of the game to be in the lead, but as the game is young yet and the coatest hard ly on it is not worth while to concede that the Duval states man will get the honor -without op position. Nb matter how much one may have doubted the democracy of the Times-Union in the past, it must now be admitted that our greatest State paper has enter ed with apparent sincerity into a campaign in favor of the democratic ticket. The "great and good" Is doing great and good work for the democratic ticket and its open and un mistakable course is being most favorably received and com mented upon by its many readers. Tht Lonfly Stitop 1 : I ,. foTii fi'i ; There are few I . world tlmi) thmp live I In the high tnc.-d.ns of Sierras. All .n;. '. " y i sheep, teeing no out I of the year but tho t and perhaps an oTash.i . ' 1 - 11 ! , caBlotml-travolor. Pro!..' - y ,; f - i j tilde di lea up tho y !"''" ' ; far t hrv are sa!;l to no veil .o.ni i when tbey do enco'inter any on.' One of these strange inou is ii l'-'i'".e from the Pyrenees. A loan, dark vis Hsefl. rapK"?1' f'-How. tie Is now and tlieD overtaken by somo wnnderor li the mountains. Alone the trail beloi-.- , bhn bis sheep feed. Ills mongrel cmne ba'njrs ut his heels. He may r.iso bis Bllck In mute salutation; he imiyfilotKh l, tvlthnut n Bl-'ii. Yet this imcouih iK-lng one talent- lie ran c.irvo. ! llis aiuiiseiiK-nt is fiirvilij quaint j hh.ip hiiokles out o( bone. Every herd Una Its bellwether, uliollt whose nec'ii j limn; a lell. The bi'll (lepcndH from n , "leuther collar. i;:d It l the buekles of tbeso collain that this old Ilasipie Bhep- herd and sve of those ofl;er Sierra j Bhuphepl! uiak.'.in tin-course 'of their; lonely days. Sometimes a buckle rep repents a summer's work, for some o tbein are very elaborate Some are ti the Beinblance of 6aluts or angels Borne have the monograms of the Bhe? owners or of the shepherds In curious designs. All are patiently cut. bit by bit. with the pocketkulfe of the Bhep herd. ExcbaoRe. rr rvi rcf Tiifci a r mm. i ,(,N. , , , vr TO THE CO'MtH THE GURhehzy' H ll IK ,. S. U.ii.l. f. -. Jrnl jittr.i iiini.''(ri3i'; .'(I (-curve N iti.-i ji liHnti,, IS'.'ll '1 I..t I.I V UII II II H I. . .I ,. -t and nardest licks success of the ticket. for ll:e For the past six months on an average ot thirty saloons a day have gone out of business in the United States. Let the temper ance hosts praise God and take courage, and let the man who wouldn't live in a dry town" get out his slate and pencil and gure out where be will live when a few more years have passed. Exchange. We are almost letripted to adopt the scheme of a Michigan editor to iret some of our mer chants and business men to ad vertise. and we think we would do so if we could convince our self that tlie scheme would work for us as well as it did for b-m . Here is what the Michigan man printed and the result thereof: "The business man of this town who is in the habit of hugging his typewriter had better quit or we will publish his name."' The next day thirty-seven business metl called at the office, paid up their subscriptions and left be hind them thirty seven columns of advertising avd told the, edi tor not to yay any aitentiou to foolish stories. Think it would work in Madison? Some people see to think that the executive committee will refer the matter of electing a congressman back to the peo ple. This might be a happy solution, but suppose it should be done, would the people have any assurance that the defeated candidate would not again enter into a, contest, alleging fraud, irregularity etc ? If is possible that Florida might furnish the unusual spectacle of a contest in the lower House of Congress between democrats. AH Georgia Is waiting1 for the message of .Governor Smith statin? his reasons for his re moval of Hon. Joe Browne from the office of Railroad Commis sioner. The legislature of that State has called upon the gov ernor for bis reasons and the worpmor is now preparing the . message which will be trans mitted to the legislature within a few days, i - And so the people must wait mother week with bated breath lor action by the executive com ir-.ittf-e in the matter of a Con- rre&Miian from the Third Ihs trict. So be it. We are willing to wait a mouth if nc-f.l be, al ways provided the committee will do the right thing and give -ertirii-;il f ncii:iir..iiiOtl tO 111-- v him whom the pooi.le t! district selected in tin; primary r.l June ICth. , Any.other action Vy tli? committee w ill be .lia i , re.seiUrd by the People of ti e At the last session of Congress which has recently ended, ap propriations made by both houses amounted to tbe stupend ous, appalling 6um of one bil lion , eight million dollars, six teen thousand ne pb9 were created, and it will cost the government thirteen and a halt million dollars per annum to a the salaries of the new officials. Contracts authorized for future work will require further appropriations of near ly fifty milliou dollars. This country of ours is a great insti tution, yoj bet. Extravagance 6eems to be the one thought of legislators, national as well as State. i That extra session talk will not be hushed, and now it is slated that the call will go forth from the executive othce within the next few days call itisr the solons together for the purpose of enacting legislation imnortant in the eves of the governor. It is to he regretted if true. We can see no necessity for a 'meeting ot the legislature at this time. The legislature of 1 3 X) is only a few ' months o nod it 'stems to us that there is nothing so pressinrr that it can not await the convening of the next legislative bo!v. Florida cannot afford the iui:ry of an Lax observance ot law is a serious thing, and is pretty apt lu treed UiacOiu UUU all i.e. fui one, jre Hesitate to oeneve mat actual fraud was committed anywhere iu the Third district at the last primarp, but we are obliged to confess Irregularities in many precincts. However, we think that where the spirit of the law has not received a Very severe wrench although its letter may have, it is unseemly, undemocratic and altogether wrong for a defeated candidate to kick up 60 great a fuss. Let us have peace, gentlemen. Advantage of White Hair. "Mo?t people regard white hnlr as a misfortune." said a hairdresser. "They niourn over Its coining ns a sign oi vanished youth, and they try first one thing and then another to withstand this touch of time. I think they mnke a mistake. Paradoxical a9 It may Bound, white hnlr, when It arrives, say. la tho hire twenties or ftirly thirties, renlly helps Iu kcerHng a person young. Ifs true, anyhow. A man or woman whose hair turns white before tlie wrinkles arrive Is a subject for con gratulation, because for many years be or she will appear about the same, and If only proper care Is. taken of the complexion the Jinpresslou of youthful Bess will continue I was almost going to say Indefinitely. Then, white hair Is more often than not extremely be coming. It relieves t heafy race and Blvet an added tone to the most lr' Ituelle one. People don't realize t!ii that's all. If they did. they wouli I content to let nature take Its couBX. Exchange. . nm- p. . i-ir ru- Ti-t..l. w A ; 1. 1 W n.'..T,i.l ltk. . SlHtcilif lit t ft 1 iK-ill-f. .1 Sil'.'.-rlW.i i oi juiv. r.s. C'HMk T A P , - T '. "All T.1 K CI KlOiin.A I m;ilv ' I M-W, t. V(H( I'll, ( ,i.,u.r .Iu, . . .'. m.i.Iv .-.v. ai it, ,( i t . i '.he Li-t ..I l; t, , WALMVuUlll, ...,' . orn to :h fi.rc t.ivllii, 1 . L. VANN, N, l.:u P ; ex: M I. 1XO, PROFESSION 4L CAROL c BLACK ASH AttOVIK :t-Lviv Court!. Practice In ali ti Mate. Prompt attention tivw . IcCtions. I"" iro Iiif-nnuic W. F.rPAn!tAMOr.li, Tbere is no getting around it the chances of 'democratic success and the election of Bry an grow brighter each day. All the most prominent labor lead er9 have recently declared for Bryan, and many of the leading negroes, even, threaten to leave tne republican party. mere is less strife within democratic ranlcs now than there has been tor many years, while with the republicans the opposite is tru'-. We are not too sanguine of democratic success, bat to us ii looks like the ticket has some thing more than a fighting chance. ' How Difforont Raoat Bear Pain. Slonnlng and groaning as tf she were being tortured to death, a colored wo man sat In the accident ward at Jeffer son hospital. "Don't wind dat bandage so tight, doctor." she hogged of an In terne who was skillfully putting a bandage on her foot: "you'll stop de circulation, sore." Wondering what dreivjful calamity had befallen the suf fering woman, a visitor asked anoiher frrr v'.-i .-i 1!. uviirer n'lt'l her tie fcaid LoUiiiij but a llhi cut uu the bottom of her foot. "Colored peo ple always make a irrent disturbance over any physical injury," be added. "but the Italians are the worst. The Bight of a little wound seems to npset them entirely, and they come In here shrieking and crying, accompanied by anxious friends and relatives also shrieking and crying, over the sllgllfer.t cut or burn. Americans and Germans teem to bear pain with tbe most forti tude, tnd In general women do better tian men." Philadelphia Record. Thert it one preparation known today that will promptly belp the stomach. This it Kodol. Kodol rliccsU til classes of food, tnd It does it thoroughly, so tbst the use of Kodol for t time will without doubt help tnyona who hst etomsch disorders or ttomacb troubles Tk Koilol today and contlrue it for tbe thort time that ll necessary to glva you complete relief. Kodol it told by w. B. Davis. OfhVe over Alex s-nith'eei- r. ooi.rs: 8 to 12. 1: ; to i: . TKLErll" K "3. . pOLUMBUS SMITH ATreat. 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