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' !, F i ' I !.!,. ' I I ' M .i m I'.. .1 - . .OLI.'r-.L'S 55. SMiT!!. Fiitor. A 1' ''ill- ;i e-n-. C r.f l. ,.. it -. , 1 .1 ? it w, " ' Cn tl ' i' t ' Al' HI. '.vt i n -1 I.! '.11 : I . 1. t .,(' Uft.,,. t'j ici ' Ma,..,..!., M..ri.'.a. K !it., a, I - . . TUUKtdUV, A I' GUST i7. for Sale-To The Craft Tij" tl.d iiiFdlkl.-.i ion of Hie Yrulitmn ;;or'!i'r wi'.li this pi.;jcr I am funt.ipil lo dlfHr fot B.i.w H cnniilctp n-ivsiinpcr phint, consist itig oT Cum. try Cuwput'! J " !li.drr ce.vf pn'er jirc'f, f P. CtiTihin jublx-r, 1 0 k J , (j ' : n '. i t i . of Iv.ily m1 j b iir.f" i!ii)Uy tvpe fn'l'v'ylhlnJ., eetvf-H.iry to th 'publication of iipbb Pt. A Iro eijjlit or ter. l)i:ocle ef tfhite riotvs, in unbroken pnckngi-. fl s from the mills, size QJufill. If vou fcaow of kdvoda who wnntsl newspaper -!fit nt n meliorate coet r-for them to ':, THE ENTERPRISE RECORDER, Y.ailiton, 1'b. Taylor county is to have a 'saloon, maybe, several... The fast issue of the Herald con-i tains the petition to t he county commissioners for the issuance . a saloxa license. Taylor .- co-inty has always been "dry" . Ariel this new-departure is not Hished bv man v of the citizens. I - j 'nee more has the Quincy )inal changed hands and this , .iie has changed its name as , elL What was the Journal is .-, oow the Moonl J. II. Tbomp- iSon and G. E- Maddox are the ew.editor and business manager respectively, and they premise to give the people of Quincy a jrval live newspaper. fsujeess io them. William Sherman Jennings arid T. Albert Jennings are both snaking appeals through the State press ,for campaign funds. T.Albert won out over William Sherman in the recent primaries ,j?or national committee'man, but William Sherman, always with ftfs eerve, 's keeping in the lime light of this campaign anyway, for be is related to the Peerless Itadecftud who knows what might be in store for William Sherman should democracy's candidate win "--Havana News. Brother J. E. Pouud is having &is paper, the 'Perry Herald, printed from the office of the live Oat Democrat at present. It will be remembered that the building and the entire plant of the Herald was destroyed by Lre at Perry last week, Nothing ieing saved of the outfit except iae office desk aud the subscrip tion list.-. We are glad to know that brother Pouud had insur ance which will lessen his per sonal Joss. The fire was ofip cendiary origin. Every living soul should strive always to'bring happiness and sunshine into the life of some one else. He that scatters brightness and pleasure to oth rs, gets the real enjoyment roin this life. Even the pleas ing little smiles we leave behind j.s here may live always to cheer ap a pleasing reiiieu.bra nee -of ns after we fire gone.. There is no calculating the good even the cheery little word of greet ing does all along down and through the joirney of our life tine. It always as easy to V' polite and cl.teiful as it i- ;o -o .toss and ugly. Bring . ; ill 'i r. r to heaven every a.. liye-i-y l.:rg food, g go'.J.j Tn:e Dvnccrr-t. ! r A r f.wCN C0.M"MJ5L'Hu j. 1 -, . 'ti with the vol icy of p.. . :i I., f Co;;' r'bmions to the de:ne ii.U;.: campaiga fun J, Mr. Bryan l as spoken as follows: "There are very few demo crats who coul.l not afford to make a small contribution and jl.lie people will never be able to control the government until they take on themselves the luinJeu of supplying campaign timds. As long as a few men furnish themoney fo finance a campaign, those men will exert an unaue innu'jnce uoou me government. -''It seems that we have reach e'l.the end of crporate contribu tions and this is a ..step in ad vance, but the indiviilu.i's who control these favor-seelnog corporations may. still dominate politics by furnishing the sinews of war. The de:mrcr.tlic party has struck at this system by limiting contribulions'to '10.000 and providing for pub'icity Vie fore election. . The republican party has so far refused to join us on this proposition., but pub lic' sentiment may yet compel it to do so I have no doubt that the democratic party will receive contributions from more indi viduals than ever contributed to any campaign, and there is noj reason why the entire sum neces- j sary shoal:! not be supplied by contributions by the masses. If every demo:ratic paper will take the .natter up and lend a helping hand we will soon have money euough. in the treasury to provide for legitimate cam paign work and that is all we want." Mr. Bryan is right, but the great trouble about popular contributions lies in the fact that people are' not used to them. The general puMic has never been called upon to contribute to a campaign fund. The mon ey has always been supplied by a few rich individuals who could afford to make the contributions. It has never entered ihe minds of the common people that they should help raise this money. Jfr. Bryan, however, has seta re standard. II? believes in ibe people, and not the special interests, controlling elections. He thinks therefore that the, people should furnish the viotfl ey necessary to conductthe campaign. Peusacola Jojrnal. If Bryan is to be elected in November every democal, north south, east and west, must do his whole duty. MrjBryan has repeatedly stated tKat no cam paign contribuhcyos will be solicited or received from the Trusts or other 'tainted" sour ces. It requireg'a large sum of money for the legitimate cam paign erpenes and the only source fromwhich this money should coma ig the people who are to be bnefited by a govern ment of, fr and by the people. Stirring Tppeals have been sent out by tifjse in charge of the demoeraic- campaign asking campaign contributions from thi peoj,ie direct. Because we detnocras lu re ia Florida will have r.f trouble in carrying the State ljr democracy and I'-ryan is no ;eas)u why we should not conti fiu'.o- df our means to as sit j :-j bringing other and doubt- iui fiiMes into the democratic fold. jThere is a splendid chance lor till, flection of the drmc-rafu- tiCt.eS. l.-jt it will take ti'o.-iev tn plis-h it. If every d i M,i(J;-on county v :;o ...id the ..list . ihii crat cunt; tit. 0 i : e d ol aggrey i v uu'kl hi 1 1 d i:i yon ,m will, .-.e lliUi i . ( Ut 1 corn 1 the . A lib has just been received, and orders promptly filled. :) : : : unarrano All your needs r - . 4-1- at the TH ARIN ciLESLJI the editor of this paier, and we will acknowledge same in these columns and see that your con tribution goes to the iroper par ly in charge of that epartment of the democratic campaign. The first number of' the Sun- ford Herald, R. J. Holly, isanag ingeditor, has reached our ex change table and we hope its visits will continu indefinitely. It is a handsonely printed, well edited, five column quarto, : and boosts the "'Celery City" to a finish. Holly is an experienced newspaper man and if he is giv en proper encouragement will iuyiisti ihe peop'e of San ford; wfth a newspaper of which they trfay be proud. Governor John Johnson has been re-nominated democratic candidate for governor of Min nesota. The nomination was against hfe expressed wish, but like a good democrat when his party called forbitn heespond ed and accepted the nomin&t'on! Yon Yon son is of the kind of timber lrom which presidents are made and in the course of time probably four years from uow -we will find him at the head of the democratic hosts of the "United States. Cherry Lake Dots- As I Liven 't seen any dots from ! our precinct in sonnairue I thought I would write a few. Cotton picking is the order ol ti e day in this section. Farmers report very good cops. - Protrude. 1 mooting eloso.-l at CI:, r ry Lake Tuci-lay night wliic h well ftttet.d.-d, buving lec-aive l i... niea.heiK. . A nuieli iiiM-.l- 1 rain f. M i i ,.' last which wis very K-i.- it-. i f.it mors. '0 thV trc .t for :, l.r J cr r: A A IS A ;; ' J ' SOLID CARLOAD We are Agents for the AND CHATTANOOGA CANE MILL'' in the Hai . vare line can be supplied Hardware Itorc of Mrs. W. ,R. oii'-.-'i! awt two dauyhteru, 3Ii.--s 1 ..: hill and Mrs. I. N. P,.irre!l vi i' 'rs Lee Hfiriiil "iil!ty. M.ss Ona llnnel! . i .use her i'hool at Onk Grove Friday, ftnd will return heme for a weeks' vaca tion and will then c..;:unonce tiiteh at Green Covu S" -gs. Miss Kiltie Uegisti ieturnod to her home t ilarney , 1 s. , last Sat urdav after a tuost i ;. ait visit it (''jerry Like wit'i fiiends. relatives and eie a flying ..lay p. m. ; who Ins been ' ' . I-...-, rrt uti . .: l,i CalOin.a of Lis t.iany Mr. T'-.eo. I.'.!,.r t. ri i to Cherry l. ii.. Mr. Ellis at. ;,- i '. in nf '"' t el l in.- I... uiurh t... 1 1 frii : Ms. 1. Car.'.- v,1,-, ! part. I '-, ' ' . Soutl...',;, f- ; to lit-r learn . aecou1 1 1. it little Hn, 1.. vi.sitii.g btr -. IV, It ' j (-turned ; '..ii'iiey , '.-., Sunday V lis- t'i'.hrr ami brother, li.- .I-! W. ;1 a-.d C. T. Southa'!. s Tk la. .. .das S i-'ir t.'e. Imve 100 tlsCl .-t v.i.;'; prt-J-.-.lii..; I... .ds fur a i,' e;.i)a j oitailoo ul It. I.aislo ; : on l. l-.ist Co!,-t . A V;.':e rrom X'i' ' i 'io cha. 1 - . aiia'e.. e (1 ' . : . It -a I. . ; : .'i:r.i.. . I.' I V :u I - I Ac if. v.. J y I. it.:;. mi- tr OF I for yai : c will be famous if- ,1 PROFSSSIONF.L CARDS, ), BLACK ASrLEY, Allonun-at-Lo F'ractlccs in all e Courts o! r: State. Prompt atti.tion givs,i.' lections. IPii-o Iiimrnnco, 1 (pBUMBUS B.SMIT" at ro i: m; v -T-1. . vi WIM iinitMtcr lii II IhP -i..i.l pf tl.p atr. ;;.'.v :..': . ..; t; , .i- j; j. con V-Vj Bi-IN'lIST, MADISON. - FLCWO'- Oface ? 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