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Frank Mays, the brilliant
iditbr of the IVnsa:ola Journal, NEW KNIKHIMUM-;, F."l..l'li."lied 1WI .MAOISO KKCokPKH. E-lal'lishcr! CONlHIMDATE!) June 1VW Malison, Florida. is beeping new worlds to con quer, and has bought the Dis Hardware patch, the ouly morning daily of Mississippi's metropolis Meridian and will conduct its affairs in the future. We are rPUBLISHED WEEKLY. Rlferrl It thr M.li ' I'""' Offer ..Srojl !:.. Matter June A 11', Aii "1 ..mn J. glad to know that we are not to tO LUMBUS B. SMITH. Filtor. 1fSit"cTi,itiol. fi.oo rr war. Advert: ra ii. iti-lr kitnv ii "ii .U'nlic.it:o-i. Cnrre.oni oli-t w II rle.ie write nr. f.nlv "lie si.li- nf tl f pa; i -H . I.mf in V"" ilrms.l'iil ivr eerrv iter-, newt. We inu.r I'.iw- I'u- nun. of ever" roMriS or. nnt fur I...I.IK .it "in, t it th ii'i'irii knw I rfespornlenctii. authentic . Al1 aitoi.wnou nvnMc.iuoio. ." ill home f .rie a:e t.t"'i A Mr. is .ill -.."-'vmiraonn. 1' lllli NEW EvrFHI'lll-K. M.n l',,,ri.:... lose Mayes from the Florida Journalistic field, as he will continue to direct the affairs of his excellent I'ensacola Journal.. We wisli h in unlimited success with his new venture. Every Description TITL'IISDA Y, Ol.TOl'Kl! 1". l:-. For Sate-To The Craft. Tiv the t'lrpiil idut inn nf 1 ho Mml ts-on JtccorfliT with II. is piimr I ;rn fualileii to ofrr for1 f ill h com plr-ti' tiMr-i'iiP1''' plant, rursixt ir. i nf Country f it ; (l j-1 1 ' 'y 1 i ruler np've.rti'fr press. (' X. V. 'Gordon jollier, 10x1 i.t''.;in '.i! i f-rs ol ho iy and job hih' il! il iv 1 1 ic bimI evrrj tln'.tf necp.-siiry to tlie pul,Ucai:R of i nnf pitpfr. Also piflit or Jn huri'llw of whit netvp, in unlirt.Pii purls".";, .. :ut s from the mills, fiz9 ").v";. Jf vu know cif Hnvoiie nliu want a tie". s;..ipf r oultit Ht h moilHrntf po-t refer tlini to TIIK ENTERPRISE liEC'OROF.K. ,! Helicon, I'la. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS There will be a 1 ir";e number vf Presidential Electors on the ticket to be used in the Novem ber e'ection, and it behooves democrats to bec-nne familiar '.villi the Ilryan t'ector. who are as follows: For Presidential Elector.-: II. P. BAILEY. P W BUTLER. KOB'T E DAVIv GEO. C MARTIN. SAMUEL PASCO The e-Jitor of this paper has been appointed to receive cam paign contributions for the ben efit of the democratic ticket. Hood democrat.- should be will ing to contribute their substance for the good of the party, t un tribution from oi e to ten tliou- im1 ilnll.-irs will hr received and faithfully accounted for. Send in your subscription. If you ft.el that you cannot afford ten thousand do'lars why send in a dollar "every little bit ad ded to what we've got. makes a little bit more." The baseball champion-hip having been decided the com. try may now give its undivided at tention to the matter of electing a president The Tampa Tanes is respon sible for the Ldlowing truthful pointer: "A town is juciired oy its newspapers more than any and ail other of its other ir.s'.i tutors, ar.d quite riglitly. There is r.o duty m -e imperative unon the j'c-i't'l.' of F.orida than a liberal asd s c.r.t support of their newspapers. Te patrons get their :r.':.rv o.iCti twice- in direct return vi red".i:.g ai.d ad verti-ir..;-. ar.d aain in the im pression and '.r. Suer.ee the live newspaper ha- aad makes upon the outside world. " Only three week-s until the election and thk.cs continue to look promising for democratic success Teddy declines to "ar jrufy" with Bryan which tf " seems an admission that iJiiiy Brvan has put the , si Tenuous Teddy deep down in a hole. The result of the election in Georgia last week must have caused cold shivers up and down the backs of the managers of the g o p t hat is, if they ever had anv rp.il idea of carying the State in the November election, which we have never believed. Brown was elected governor by an overwhelming majority. Taylor county Is at l;st iegal ly "wet" and our sister town cf Perry will overflow with the product of the open saloon just a soon as tfe "wet goods" can be ordered and received. The county commissioners last week granted the applications of two firms for permission to sell win key, wines an! beer, ar.d it is said-that other permits will be granted soou. We sympa '.'.ii::? with the gond people of Perry in their misturtuue aud yive I hem about two years iu which to clean out the whiskey shops of their town. STOVES HEATERS, Cooking Utensils. THARIN&LESLIB For Chronic Diarrhoea- "While in the uruiv in 1SC3 I was tuli- en witli chronic diarrhoea," fays Uei. M. Kelton of South Glbfoo, Pa. "I hve since tried many remedies but without any permauent relief, until Mr. A. W. Miles, of this place, persuad ed me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy. one boltla of which etoppsd it at once." Kor Bale ty w. B. Davis and D. (t. Smith. The total value of imports at tin port of Jacksonville for the month ol September amounted to $10,071 and the exports were valued at $G1,- 217 20. The merican Bankers Asso ciation in anual convention at Denver last week placed itself od record as opposed to both the guarantee of bank deposits and postal savings banks. Deposi tors in Madison banks have the guarantee anyhew, 6ince they are of the safest and best, and the officers, stockho.ders and directors of our bankiog institu tions are of such character as afford a guarantee to all depositors. A. H. D' Alemberte. chairman of te Third Congressional Ex ecutive Committee. and who has lately gained considerable ooto riety treatise of his partisan action with relation to the WaisKeboe controversy, is a - candidate for Slate Auditor and will ask the appointment of Governor Gilchrist when that gentleman has Keen inducted in to the executive office. The present Auditor, Ernest Amos will continue to hold the office for a year or two yet, however, bis commission being for tour j-ears. The announcement that "this factory will close if Bryan is elected." has come at last. We were afraid that perhaps the present campaign would end without such rot, but with the declaration of a manufacturer at Hammond, Ind., that ruin would settle down upon the country if Mr. Taft is defeated, a familiar ring is given the po litical struggle. This fool or knave takes himself seriously in his announcement, but no right thinking man will pay any at tention to bim. However with this announcement the cam paign may be said to be on in earnest. Sanford Herald. Cold Weather Advice to all Is to beware of coughs and colds on the chert; s neglected they readily lead to pneuoioni, consumption or oth er pulmonary troubles, just as foon as tha cough appears trest it with Ha lird'e Horebouod Syrup the s tandard cure of Amerio. Use as directed perfectly harmless. A cure and pre ventive for sll diseases of the luniri Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. For fle by w. B. Dtvls. All persons are hereby forbidden to hunt, fish or in any wise N trespass on my lands.enclosed or not enclostd without written permission from me. K. E.WEST WEST BROS. 10-15 8-5 m. Where Bullets Flew. Pavid l'arker, of Favette, N. V., a ve'erm of the civil war. who lo.t n foot at Oett Jbbuit,', buys : "ins uuud Kiec- tric Bitters done is worth more than live hundred dollars to me. I epent much money doctoring fur a bad case of stomach trouble, to little purooEe. 1 then Pried Electric Bitters, and they cured uie. I cow take tbem as a tonic, and they keep me strong and well." 50c. at all druggists. M. E. Henderson, a practical can- ner from Georgia! ii endeavoring to organize a company in Gaines, ville to operate an up-to-date can ning factory. J. K. Williams, the town marshal of Newberry, Alachua county, diopped dead while attending a coudciI meeting in that town last Tuesday nlgbt. FOR SALE. 1387 acres (cultivated and wood land) uear Bladisoo, Fla,, known as the "Waddy Thompson plantation." Possession January 1st, 1909. En quire of F. J. Whitok, 180 Broadway, 9-3-08 New York City i : NOTICE. OF EI.KiTION. !' '.c iiu-riK r.f Mli--l, t. i. '.u.c.f hwr,.'.v. UK I I KNOWN. Tli.it I, II. CAY CR AW. Foltl). fii-ntaM of M.,e..( tl:v Stale ol H i:ul i, lio h.-ri ii i"e iM-uct t:.:U it GESEKAI. M.LC'TIOS Wil: K I tl.l in M.t.Ii-nn tt.v.n, utf r-f Fl'-rid.i, rii Tut -tl.ij inr.":( u- ttillry t u tirst Son.i.iv in N'l.iuiliir, A. D. tht .-.ml Tucsd.,v btli.tf tin: TMIKI) OA C K NOVEMBER hor!':' i- Prt-idcr.Til E.t-tt Fur IttpreM.nt.i'.iv fn.r.i thi :lrtl Cr'B'Muiial )lct of Kl rl l.s :i, tl.t sjxtv lirst Cui.tfros u the I'nittil st.itt-s Kor Govtrnor of -l:t St ,t- nf r 1'T.d.i I- 'ii Secretary ( U of tl.c utc nf HI -j-d.i. For Attonicv-Citncrai of tin- st.ue M I- loriii.i, I- or Com(itroile:- ,i thi- St.it,- of h lorida. Kor 'l'rea".irt-nf thei.itf of Horida. ForN'iptrintiLiVm of Pul'la IiistrucCt'n of tie St l, of Fiond,, For Comiiii-fii .Kr i t A jni l-.urc A ti. sutc i.f t-lorula. V(lT two l'.lt IV r, O , ". .prv sine -f f: oi i . Tor It. r C' - - if- tor'hvo Vleinoir." i.t id. It .... tl (" of tht sciti 'A Florida. For Com.tv Juditc Ko-Shtiiff. Koi Clerk of ("iron! ( ou-t Ko- f ontv ..( f . . I. i'. :..i ' For Co.ifty .'j(Krmttiideni nf 1 For County TriM-ii'ir For Coumv Sc-- ii or. t' or Five I ' 1 1 y 1 1 V t'or:ioi is . jor er- ForThret- M,niicrs of t!.t Liiumy Hiaru oi lul"..i: Instruction. For Justice of -he Ptact in and for th following Justi. e Di&uKu, u: Sot. 1 11 8 " .IS .1 8 4 6 10 For Constable in and for t!ie followinaj lustite Districts, vi. . PROFESSIONAL CARDS, C. BLACK ASHLEY, Attome't-at-Lai Co art of l:u "ite '.I Floridi of Kcpresfi.tn. 1'istr h uoii. Practice; in a'.i the Courts c: tate. Prompt attention gives '.tctions. Fire Ixuiurauc J, J. CONWA DENTIST, MADISON - FLORI& Offiue Phone lo. 101-Kesidence- Phone No. & Nni. 1 t 4 S 8 10 II 11 Is TE-.TIMOW W'MrninK, I have hereunto ,ct mv hand ani a( US. fmd tht Orea, Seal of -he Stale of Florida, at Tallah see, the fapiul, tin. the tirst day ol bep-.emk'er. A. D. Id. II. C'LAV CRAWFORD, SecreUrj of Sute. To A. D. STANTON, t Shenff Madiiou County. Watson Electors, State of Florida. 1). L. M:Kinnon, I T. J. Bell. f At Larfre. L. II. Cahoon, 1st District. V. R. Peterson, Jr., 2nd Dis trict. Henry Bush, 3rd District. A Voice From Automobiles Take no chances buy a real Ford Runabout and take a drive, one ot our Society Fords will create happiness for the whole family. You run no risk when you run genuine Ford Automobiles For farth er information see a. S. COLEMAN, Agent, MAOSOW. . flowOA. REMEMBER R. DA. VIS that J ewe Left, Has, as usual, the tin estjand largest stock of Fine GOLD Jew: in Town. : Bracelets Lockets Chains Watches Pins a, NOV E Ltl 'All good and guaran teed, and engraved FREE of charge. : -J Pmetiles Cut Glass I will sell my entire stock of Cut Glass at Cost, and Spectacles at Half Price. : : R. DAVI&J JEWELER. Madison. ? Floru' 30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction Guaranteed or money refunded. Tor trie KianeysTTJiaa , ana Rheumatism. relieves BACK-ACH! Otr AT MOSELEY'S DRUG) STORE.