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, B. II. McDowell went'to Jackson--villo Friday on a combined business and pleasure trip. Dr. J. O. Phillips of Luther was here Saturday. , iA. J. Pettis was transacting busi ness at Boyd Wednesday. Jim Stokes, who has been working at Carrabcllts for several months past, came home Saturday to spend this week with his folks. Mr. Neal Campbell of the Harmo ny section of the county, was a bus iness visitor here Monday. Tat Padgett of Jasper, arrived here Saturday and on Monday began to work for the Greenville Yellow Pine Co. Rev. II. B. Perritt visited Lloyd Monday. Miss Foy Singleterry of Cairo. Gi., who has been visiting -Mrs. 6 D. Baggett, left Friday to visit friends in-Jacksonville. Mr. Lotheridge, a prominent saw mill mau of Mississippi, is here and Las been looking over Borne of the laige tracts of timber lands near here with a view to locating in Flor Ida. He seems to be well pleased with everything, aud says that when be finds a suitable location he will move his family to jre?nville, Mrs. Jack Townsend, nee Miss Tbeo. Bishop, came up from Lake City Monday to spend seveaal days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. Bishop. , Owen Bozeruan of Monticello spent Sunday with R. L. Stanley. Quite a number of our people took advantage of the cheap rale to Dowl ing Park Monday and visited that popular resort. R. M. Wood, J. S. Tolar, II. S. Griffin and Mr. Beville spent Sunday at Tallahassee with friends. Josh Wilkes, formerly of Green ville but who is now connected with a Jacksonville wholesale house, is speeding this week with his brother, H. T. Wilkes. Mr and Mrs. Giles Fowler and daughter, Miss Anna, left Thursday for Jacksonville where they will spend several .weeks. They were followed on Friday by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fowler and family. Before returning home both families will visit Pablo and spend some time -there. . The store ol A. R. Garner has been completed and that gentleman will at once fill it up with a first class stock of groceries, He will also run a baker shop in connection. A photographer is one of the latest arrivals here. lie has pitched bis tent near C. Bush's store and will be ready for business in a few days. . T. J. Reddihg nnd L. J. Porter were transacting business in Mad. son Monday. Mrs Ida H. Redding visited .Mad ison Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Redding of Madison spent Sunday here with relatives. Little Miss Louise, Robeit and Lorine Edwards are visiting relatives at Lovett this week. Twenty-Five Cents is the Price of Pec. The terrible itcniDg and smarting, incident to certain skin diseases, is al most iDBtuntly allayed by applying Chamberliiin'i halve Price, 25 ceots. For sale by W. B. Daria and B. F. Moseley. 'MadisonidDS certainly pay their taxes, as only a half col umn tax sale advertisement for 1908 appeared in the Madison Enterprise-Recorder last month, while rauy columns ', are to be 6een in the papers of other counties. Jacksonv i 1 1 e Me. tropolis. Of course we pay our taxes. .Our lands are too val uable Dot to do so and land own. ers are too prosperous to Allow their holdings to behold for tax es.' The delinquent tax list In .this,omty is.r tbfcfisUYt6t"we" have noticed in any of the State papers, and we'd like to remark alsothat the list of this year is" considerably longer than for a number of years" past. Here's a pointer for intending settlers: If you are looking for a county where land is cheap and good, and where the people are pros perous, come to Madison county and buy you a farm. Hon. G. B. Wells, an attorney of Plant City, is out io a lengthy argument in which he asserts that the prohibition amendment if adopted by the people in the election of 1910 cannot become effective until 1913. We are not a constitutional lawyer and don't know whether the gentleman Is correct or not in his construction of the fundamental law, but we'll bet our old hat that doz ens. of lawyers all over Florida may be found who will argue just a convincingly that the amendment, if adopted, will be come effective at the date set by the legislature in 1911. At any rate Governor Gilchrist hasn't been heard from yet on the proposition and as a constitu tional authority he has them all beat a city block. Go right ahead, you prohibition advo cates, and don't allow this little opinion from the Hillsboro coun ty lawyer to cause you to let up In the fight. Editor Crawford of the Pen sacola News truthfully and for cilby says that "ao great move ment for the upbuilding of a community can beget sufficient momentum through the initia tive of ? single individual, to guarantee its success. Co ope rative action, cohesive deduc tion and the entire dynamic of thecommunity should be brought interplay. A spirit of oneness must obtain, petty differences must be overcome; idiotic jeal ousies submerged, a spirit of self-abnegation must assert it self, all elementary, abracada bra must be squelched and the en-ire populace act as a single person in every matter affecting in aoy way the general welfare of their city and community." In other words, if you would have prosperity, sure enough, get together and stick together like a leech in the interest of the community. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the test and Surest- "It fifTorda u.e ilen6ure to etdte that I consider the preparation known as Cbaiiiberliiu's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Kennedy the hest and surest of good results of any I have ever used In my family," save P. fc. Hernngton. of Mount Aerial, Ky. Thjs it the universal verdict of all who use this rtme.1v. Its curps are so prompt and effectual thpt people take pleasure in recommending it. Kor sole by V. B. Davis nnd B, F. Moseley. COCAINE and WHISKEY, Habits cored at my SaDalorinm Id a few Yea ran return to your borne Id 30 days well, free, ud happy. I bare, made thee habits a specialty for 9b ypara and enred UiousaDds. pnpp Book oo Home Treatment p-nt rnLL, Address UK. B. M. KUOLLtl, 103 M. MTOr 8trat, AtUata,4it. .... .. , Overlodff A Tjnltefl States aeiiator bad been inveighing at dinner against long speeches. "But, senator," ald a congressman, "yon enn't neense me of ever having made too long a speech, can you?" The senator smiled. 'Terhaps not," he said, "and agajn bnt did you ever hear about Uie tem perance lecturer? No? "Well, you must know that there was a temperance lecturer In Maine who visited Ellsworth and 'lectured, lie hit out pretty bard from the shoul der at these so called moderate drink ers, and at the end of bis reninrks an Ellsworth man took him aside and said In an aggrieved tone: "Look here. Jim, I diii a moderate drinker, as nil the town knows, and to many people It Is going to seora as If a good part of your lecture was pointed straight at me. Wbat did you want to do It for, Jim? You never saw me with more on board than I could carry.' "'What's that?" said the'tcmperance lecturer. " You never saw me with a bigger load than I could carry, did you? "The lecturer frowned. '"Well, no,' be said slowly, "but I have seen you whenT thought you'd done better to go twice for It' " Dr. Mabia and the Llvtrymtn. A literary pilgrim, says the Satur day Evening Post, once made bis way to Summit, N. J., to pay bis respects to Hamilton Wright Mable. At the station be sked the liveryman who bod been In service there for thirty years: "Can you tell me where Dr. Mable lives?" - "Never beard of blm," replied the liveryman. "Surely you mnsf continued the pilgrim. "I mean Hamilton Wright Mable." "Shucks r responded tbe driver. "Ha ain't a doctor. He's a reporter for a newspaper." When told of this incident Mr. Ma ble put tbe seat on it by saying: "And Just to think that I subscribed for a wooden leg for that liveryman!" Holy Land a World Center. It used to be a fancy that the Holy Land was the center of the world. Io a sense not then meant It was indeed centrnl. It occupied a strategic posi tion. Three continents converge here all the continents known as the an cients Asia, Africa and Europe. Con tiguous to Palestine on the south lies E?ypt and on the north Syria. Or, tak Ing a wi'ler view, on one side of it were India, Tersla, Assyria ana Baby lonia, while on the other side of it were Egypt, Greece and Rome. A babe among plants the land of Jesus was in deed little among the geographical tribes; but, like a babe, It was mon arch of tbe household of lunds. From Its central antnge tiny Tales tine saw through the march of centu ries the procession of these mighty em piresAssyrian, Babylonian, Medo Persian, Greek and Roman, being it self during much of tbe time a center of influence and determining force that have helped form the character and history of tbe civilized world. Ex- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ' of a reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some time during the year. This remedy h recommended by dealers who have sold it for many yean and knbw its value. It has received thousands of testimonials from grateful people. It has been prescribed by phy sicians with the most satisfactory results. It has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned. i ii oniy costs a quarter. v-an ou afford to risk so much for to ttle? BUY IT NOW. ; i CUEDITOHS. Meat Prii)Ui)g Creates a good impression among your correspon dents and helps to give your business prestige. We do Neat Printing : : : : at Reasonable Prices : : : : Enterprise-Recorder AH cr-JtM's i-.u , distributees nl ll per sons h;ivn. cl.irn or ilcrjisnila airamat the etu:e of J J. Andiews, law ol Madison County, Flori da, .iec-nd. r hereby required to pn ml the nmcdulv sulhentir.ited, l' the iinderMnned as atlmimi-lrauir of s..id tune, within six month! from the d.ie her.... .1 required bjr law, and any and all persona iiiilehtrcl to .aid estate re hereby required to pay the .line to mi da '"'"j. Administrator KsUtc of J. J. Andrew, deceas ed. Madison, Fla., June 8 1W0. , GUArlDI.VS'S NOTRE Notice Is hereby fflvpn that I.n. W. ltuth erlord. uuirdlnn turNem TIHuttierford, mi nor, will ol Friday, July 2lrd, lwm, or as soon tbcrearter as may b convc rib-nt, appiv to llou Jus P. Martin, C'oun'y Judite ot Hadlson couotv, Klorlda, at bis oltlce In the court nou ol s ild county and State, tor authority to si-u at public or irlvate saie the undivided one-half liitrr-sl or said minor In the following-described lands, to-wlt: 1 be NK14 or the S 4 and tbe Nva-j ol the KEi, Section 8Ji. Township K North Katies Kast, containing (to acres more or lt-. slid lands lying aid being In the coun ty 01 .Maduou, f lorida. - O. W. HLTHKnFOHP, June 24. 'OS 5w liuardlan. NOTICE FilR PUBLICATION. United S-.aies Land CXJlc at Gainesville, Fla. July 8rd, 1U09. Notice If hereby plven that Afa J. I.oper of Madison. Florida', who, on June . 104. made Homestead Entrv, No. S13UI, (Serial Number SAi ftr t ne 8 of SEM. feet Ion 80, Town ship north. KnnK" East, Tallabitssea Meri dian, has Bled notice of Intention to make final fue year Proof, to establish clslmtothe land atove lesoilbed. before the Clerk of the Circuit ( butt at Madleon, Florida on the lltb dav of August, 190. 1 htluiRiit. names as witnesses; H. B olbstm, N. U. Hughey, W. S. Tiurnett and T. J. Gibson, all of Sladlson. Florida. HENKV 8. CHLBB. rleglster. N.jTK'E cF APPLICATION FOKTaX DEED UNDEKSKCTIONS ITS A S75 OF THE UENKHAL STATUTES OK FLORIDA. Notice li hereby given that A . W.shackelford, purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos. 1, a. 8, 4, . 7, dated tbe 1st day of July, A. I). ivhiT, has filed said certificates In my office, aud has made ap plication lor tar deed to Issue in accordance with law. (Said certificates embrace ibe follow lug described property situated in Madison countv, Florida, to-wlt: NWj offE1, and tiE of NK4, Hec3. and BWH of NW 14 Sic V4, t ownship 1 souih,, Hange 5 F.at. NEVlof SWii, Section l Township J south, KunK'e 1 Eat- The said land being assessed at the date of tbe Issuance of such certificates In the nstne of UuKnown, Llswortn Trust Co. Unl.Bi SMld certificates shall be redeemed ac cording to law, tnz deed win issue therton on lhe Cth day of Augu-t.A. D.1WS. Witness ur ortlclal signature and seal this tbe sth day ofjuly, A. D. 18H9. (Seal) T. Z, MARTIN, Clerk circuit Court. Madison County, Florida, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. J. CONWAY DENTIST, . MADISON. - FLORIDA. Office Phone No. 101, Residence Phone No. 34. C. BLACK ASHLEY, Attorney -at-Law Practices In all the Courts of the State. Proispt attention given col lections. Piro Insurauoo, D. B. CASWELL, Office over Smith Merc Comp'y, 'Phone 75. 2 Rings. There is one -way to save your Piano and that is by EXPERT TUNING Drop me a postal sod I'll call. All work guaranteed. J A S. M. II A L L PostOtflce Box 24 NOTICE OF lXTENTIOr." LETTEK8 PATENT. ''V Notice t hereby given Uit t,t , i ' pplv to the llouoiable Alb-rt v ,' t-rnur of the St.-ut- of r lorida u -Ki '.'"''..', Ida, on th loth dny of y, A. t) , Patent iiM'orpornt.nif tV..- I i if NINO COM PA N V, of Lee w Uj promxed rhiirtw, the orminj: oi'i."1.' i fiir in lh flHi,.-. of the Secreurr ," SUte of Klorida. 01 i-Ut, , , 'F.nvB " H. ftVK C'.STKItKUVr, ARTICLES OF INCOKl'ortATlov r, LEE I NIOX GIXMSG COii?A? 1; OF LEE, FLORIDA. 1 The nnderiiKned hereby n..oeiat ,w tocether as h coruoratioti uril,r (i i ftlu State of Floriau, with nj utiJcr V."'.' 81 proposed charter: U .- ARTIC LE I. The name of the corner:, linn ih.lik., V.MDN GINNING ( OMt'AXY ,,V C'' shall have it oltice and prnicipil ' "t in lh. Town of l.VliuU, VX , In tuch other placet in lorida u .,,;'"( be established. " 1h ARTICLE II. The trenersi nature of the busine- arletl by the corporatinn shall , opeMte Ginneries and Warehouses fmik- i ' ' and Storage of Hea Islann Cotton cv ''' liny, uiui, .isniinnnieana farm ot j evrv description and kind, -nd toirmj iif1 HKaihst dainairc and Ics bv fire, for iuT fit or on behalf of it bailor's. To isiut . receipts and make and collti-t cliarv,, f to esUblish and operate tlns anil rn t Drotit, to buy, sell lease, own, ,on ! Kaite real property, and tc improve toc 1 make contracts of any kind to f arther iu r- and nusiness, to borrow munev aad to h sarrie by notes, morlttaifes, bonds and ouv'i lions upon the property of the rariaruv?' rent-rally to egerclsesuch power as rat, l' tident to the purpose of the business old,, , ration or other busimss of a like r.atur, i7 have, exerci&e and enjoy all the rights pow privitecea ircident to corporations otruvj!;1 eaisuiit; under and by virtue of the Suit n ' ' ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corporation , TWO THOUSAND KIVE UlNDHfu EIGHTY DOLLARS, to be divided Hundred anu Kifly Eisjht Share, of Tea Iv each to be paid in Inwful moncv of the V Statea, and when fifty per cent, of hid ci stock shall be subscribed and paid (or 'n. thia corporation ahall be authorized la uu business. ARTICLE IV. The term for which this cort oratioo iluji -shall b for Ninety-Nine Vears, ARTICLE V. The business of the corporation stitll hi dueled by a President, Vice-President anaiy. tary who shall also be Treasurer, and s IW J lirertors to consist ol not les than Uir.r, more than five of it Stockholders. TheHi -shall be elected annually on the Hecond f of March of each year, and the oAcen k) elected annually by the directors. Coin elected at lhe first annual election ?hall be the business of the corporation sh ill be con by the followlr.e cfticers: H. F. Kve, Pru J. F. Strke. Vice-President, W. B K,e, y lary nnd 1 reasurer and H . F. Rye. . T. W. B. Itye, C. buickland and J. T. lono, It. tors. '- " ARTICLE VI. The hitrhaat amount nf Indebtedness e-r II to which the corw.tli(,n.can at any trotr.. itse.t shall be i-ojr I'hcun.aatl Dollars. ARTICLE VII,-"- The names and residences cf the stiVscnSt Corpnrntors and the amount suli&nbed bXe.: as folio: Fla., II. F. Rve. J. I . btokea, W B. Kve, C. Strickland, J. T. Jones, i H K 1-.''. Hi. Madison, Lee. " lailison, " 1-ee, ' Lee, II. F. RYE J. V Si'iKES W. II. KVR c. rfntii. klasd J. T. JONES State of Florida. County nf-lndilon1 On this dav personally appeared bedvt a F. Rve, J. F.' Stokes, W. B. Kve, !. Km andj'. '1'. Jones, to me well known and kiO---me to be the persons, who substrintd to lw 1 Ifomjr charter and severally acknowlt-lir( Ihey signed the same for the uses and (jr;. therein mentioned. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set ffltt. and seal this the HVth day of May, A. D IM. G. 8. HAVEN, Notary Public lor Slate ol Floni. My Commission expires Sept. 1st, IW. NOTICE OF IIS.JHARGI. Notice Is hereby trlven that six month- ' date the undeTrMifW-d will mjke final tw her tccoutita ns Hdmln-trfttilx ol thf w C. . 8tiudi'8. dpcraspd. and tliar nucb time apply tofjie coui.ty .itbU'ew ison I nuhty, Vlorldu, lor her (Itscharsefc adtalulslrairlx. KAN'NIE E. PATTERMiY Adniinlslratrl tstaid of C. w. M Ce-aaed. June 10 .' rcB-nBiDEBflesuTS ampl Latest Model "flanirer" bicrcle furnished by us. Our a entt evtry"' l MUtY i;KJl I Kr,l until you receive and approve af yvir btT" to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a cent Ac posit in advance, f-rrpay J'W ' al.ow ItN lAS IKKG TK1A L dmins luch time you may nde the bh-.: put it to any tet you wish. It you are thet, not pcricctly RAtisfitd or do ,fc keep uSe bicycle ship it back to us at ourepent and yau wU mt b: tmi riOTflDV PDIPTQ w unih the highest grade bicyclei it i poifihJtte--rHblUllI rniUL at one amall prottt atwve aclual laciory cost. iih--to $t$ middlemen'i profiu by buying direct of us and have the manufactarff.I ftutee behind your bicycle. 10 XT ItHV a bicycleora piirof t!refroB'ir t amy pric until you receive our catalocuea and lean our unheard Prictt and rttmarkafiU tpuxi cflert to riUtr URttnta YOB WILL BE ASTONISHED "iS, 'Z'bZ"t 'i itnv frtcn we can make you tlm year. W e eel) the hu;heta;rade bicycle lorieci tlian any other facturv. We an matured with li.oo nroht atove tnr BICVCLK DtAl.KhS, yru can sell our bicycles under your own turn H-: our pncei. Ordtw filled the dav received. ... i KtCONU HAND HH V( LK. We do not rMnilirlv Ksnrf. tMvmd hind tnm Daually have a number on hax.fi taken in trade bv our ( hman rrt.ul aioret. The tK" promptly t price nngng from S3 to 0H or HO. Descriptive bannin lists mailed rflHtTTD tirfllfrC "Kl neia. imported roller chain and uvdtu. tun VUA.Itlll-DAHIVLdi equipmcat of all kiud at kaf tin utual rUd Prutt. w e-v- v - KM M mm 1 '(M (17)U IIEDGETHOMI PUIICTUnE-PHCOF m ( SELMSEALUiQ TIRES toCr l ' - J intfefu rm iDgthctrtoecape. We have hundred of letter from tie. f I f&edcutomeriUDf thattblr tire havonly teen pumped J DODlTWlWK.TIlllWlwrciMu. iiKjwiiiUDVIIWICinig 1 L ., f wnnl n rrritnfftrv tir h mi net i. r miatitiff atulitiM rwinv I 1 revni bv rrrrml layers u, peciadly prepared fabric on the C 3 Tt Irraa. Tbere(ruirpncoitDeurcie Kperpir,mitlur li r 7' , ndrertiaiTJir Duriiorw.reniak.irji ttspecuii factory nrice gular retail prtct of thtst tires is ar 0art tut to tntrodtuM w mtli Milytmasampitpotrtor&JWWutwUTtordeTftASt. RO MORE TEOUELE FROM FCXCTUCES NAILS. Ticks or Gtua will not let the lr out. Sixty thousand pair fold last year. Orer two hundred tbouaand pairs bow Id sue, BrlittlPTIOi Madeinall tires. It lsllelT aud easy rwlioj, very dura bleand lined irjairle with special ouauiy oi ihuki, viihb nrrer uceuir.i s.l.tr rnbtM V ponoiora strip" ". "lsortns str',. 1 rt"f . s itimlia. the rider oT ooly it toper pair. All orders shipped same day letter Is rrceitred'. We ship " prmnrsl. Von dooot pay a cent until you bare examined and found them strictly as rep t We will allow eisvsta dlseount of J per cent (thereby suatii-e the prscc v-S-oaP" T n.t end aVUU. CAJ.lt VTIIU OtwDUft sum! enclose this advertisement. Toa n'''. radios; ua an cwdar aa the tires may be returned at til U expense if for any K mot satis factory on examination. We are perfectly telisble and money sent to us as s bank. If yoti order a pair of theae tires, you will Cod that they will ride ""''", car tetter, saaat snfirer and look tner than any tire you have ever sssed or area at s"ir know that yoia wiil Has well pleased that wnets you want a bscrcle you will(i V-c want yoss to send ua a trsal order at once, hence thu remarkable lire oner. , , y - rr F r-- f'.i-y donn buy any kind at any price until 7a. ,a i ' lr (C J i,4L.tJ J Medfethora Iuncture- Vravt tires on arprc-el alia ... the snecial Introductory price quoted above; or write lor our b-. Tire and uidry S tesenbea and quote all atakrs aud kinds ol tires at about ball tSe i pties -vn a -. , r -ve- tr 9 t'T bul write us a postal today. sX Hut 1 .- - c-f Ft ' L. s."' a. - af- iit or a pair ol tires from anyone until jrcu know e nrw s skVis we are rnakicg. It ooly cusia a postal to kara eerrytliu. iislMJ' , . f Sfopn ate. aasssiasria !' " " ! L t..eli J UIUIL l. idea..., I '