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vantage of every opnortuuity to speak a jjooil word for your town and county. Let the out side world know that we are on the map and tell everybody you see the advantages of living 111 If you want a first class Piano or Piano Player our section. Tell them of our i climate, our lands, our crops, '. our schools, our clam lies, tell! '.hem of everything good that we have, and if you U:u' anything j.id keep that to yourself. T!i - customary Tluin!;'.'ivin I'rocUiuatioii hy the President fl id not make lis appearance un til last week for the reason, we suppose, that "Jolly Mill" Talt forgot all about it amid the pleasures of his thirteen thous .ind mile jaunt around the conn try. Mut it came in time and our governor after seeing th president's proclam.ilioij prompt ly proclaimed fur himself and now we can all be legally and propi-rly thankful today lor the i'ood things whicli we hav enjoyed during the past year. "It is currently r u m ore tl," says the Jacksonville Finriuiiii, "that Mr. Pleasant A. Holt is engaged to manage the wet end of the Statewide prohibition campaign," which is equivalent to .siying that particular end of the said campaign will be well managed so far as persis' tent and everlasting activity is concerned. Holt is a wonderful campaign manager, but we are sorry to see him place his time and talents at the disposal of the whiskey crowd. Hi WRITE TOftlrf? CALL ON F. O. MILLER. 49 WEST BAY STREET ! Jacksonville, Fla. If some of the large planta tiotis of Madison county could be divided up and sold off as small farms to a few families ot intensive farmers from the west our county ivould be greatly benefitted. What we need is the small farmer who reads.who studies agricultural methods and keeps pace with the pro sreas of agricultural methods and improvements. The great trouble with us natives is that making a living is so easy we don't put lorth all that is iu us We merely scratch the soil and then sit down anil wait for the harvest to come. Id his address at the educa tlonal rally held in Live Oak Prof. George M, Lynch of the State University, effi; c i i v e 1 y brought out a strong point which ought fj induce some very ser ious thinking ou the part ot the taxpayers and those who ap point the teachers in our public schools. The professor said. "Und.r our system, now in operation, incompetent, inex perienced, irresponsible boys and girls, with no higher motive than to earn a few dollars, are vested with the sacred responsi bility and power of training the youth. We need better teachers in our country schools, men and women of culture, refinement and intelligence, earnest, coc scientious and quick in the dis charge of duty . When we se cure these teachers we should pay thera decent salaries and protect them from the personal whims and will-o'-the wisp ideas of the human variables, the accident of ballots some times places in charge of our couuty schools." A Hair's Breadth Escape. Do ou know that every time you have u eolith or twld mid let it run on thinking It will just cure itself you Rre inviting pneumonia, consumption or wme other pulmonary trouble? Don't rink it. Put your lungs buck in perfect health and stop that rough with Bal lard's Uorehouml Syrup. Price 25o, 60c and (1.00 per bottle. Sold by W. 1). D wis. News Notes from Lee Mr. Geo. I'onder. entertained erowd of young people out to the eiinrgrinding which they" enjii) el very tmk'li. Mien Huh Fearnstdc came Mmnlity to assist Miss' Viva Culli-un in the school here. She wt.s oi.e of our former teachers. Miss Adule Clayton, the teuelicr at jMuecdoiiia spent the day with Miss Mubcllc Frier Sunday. Misses Gwen mid Kuby Ilorton from Mad.sun came down Sunday to vibit Lillian Haven. Miss Annie Smith, a student of this school, left Friday on a visit home for a few dnys. Mr. Ilardie Hoyttle died Tuesday night, Messers Henry Haven and Tom Warren attended the show in Live Oak Wednesday night. Quite a crowd of people left Thurs day for the show in Madison. The cuoir practice meets at lr. Mickler'a Tuesday night. Mrs. Deaty and children came home Saturday. She lias been vinit.ng her parents near Valdosta. Mirs Vn'a Calhoun made a business trip to Miidisou,coiiccriiing our school Saturday. - No 71110. REPORT OF THE CONDITION" OF THE - FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT MADISON, FI.A. In (he Sulc of HoriiU, nt the Close of HuMms November Kith WOO. AS CALLED MY THK COMP- T ROLLER -IIKMOI "KVKft. Lhmiis mid di.roimts SjAI.HISfW Overilni ft., secured and iin.ccim'd UOw 11 I . S, HoiitU to Kt-cure circulation .. Tn.WHI I HI 'miliums on U. S, honds 2,i!W.O0 Itoud. securities, etc Sfl.H.ul iMtrmlutv.Ana (ix hires 4,1111.111) Due from Niitioiial lUnku (not i'ckmvc ilenls) J2II.KH.I3 Due from approved rvcerve iilfents SS,olft.2l Checks and oilier cw.li ilemr.,.., 1.87H.21 Note of other Vjtloliftl MilliHs.. n,.Jlo.l)ll ela. and rents ,'. TO.aO I.Hwf ul money reserve, in hank, vir. Specie lll.lOT.IKI l-ual tender noeei i,o.hi,wi lledemptlon fund witlil I rcas- urer (oner cunt, ot circulation) o.fwi.in Sl.HSl.OS Total.. .... ;s,ins.7o I.IADIMTIKH. Capital stock paid In 7n,(Xin.0O Snrpl.ii fund IB.UUU.UO Undivided iirnliti., less expenses and taxes paid a.otn 1)2 National Hank Note outstanding.... 75.UIIU.UU Individual dclHislu. subject to chec k J176,ai6.4S Demand Ccrtlticales of Deonit .im.t Time cerlilicalcs of deposit. 1.5dd.D Cashier's checks outstaiid' inn S.IHSM4 2(W,I2.I Bill- payable Kl.OUI.OI) :i8,W.76 STATU OK FLORIDA, County of Madison, ba. t. J. W. WADS WORTH. Cuhierof the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the ahove statement is true to the hesr ill my knowledge mid oeiiei. j. v . AwDunin, cinmer. Subscribed and svorn to Before me this 22nd dav ot Nov. ISM. tseal A. L. VANS, Notary Public. Co kct Attest: I.. A. KHALKHiH, W. P. KNIGHT, J. k. HAKDKB, , Directors. 1 The Mystery Solved. In lowu u liusbittid whose uiarrled IITo vis not one ciintlniioiiH round of IjIIss sutldenly dlsiipieni'P(l frtitn lininc. .Several weeks liner a HeiitliiK body wns (li.sciivered In the liver. The fen I urea were Imllslincnislinlile, hut Mrs. Prlnjilcy Itlcntilled the bojy ii that of her husband, nrnl it was burled with appropriate ceremonleg. A weeli after the funeral Mr. ft'lng ley suddenly came home. He had been to Cnniiila to escape conjugal trials for awhile. "Mr. PrliiKley's home now, Isn't be?" said n neighbor to the wife. "Yen." "Weren't you surprised when he came bnclt alive?" the neighbor asked. "Yea, I was." returned Mrs. Prlngley without much Interest, "but If I'd stopped and thought a moment I'd 'a' knew he'd been back. Ue'i Jcs that contrary!" Lipplncott'a Magazine. Hit Wif.. The Junior clerk bad put in an appli cation for two weeks' leave to attend the wedding of a Tery dear friend. The office malinger sent for Mm. "It must be a very dear friend," snIITed the Indlsnant manager, "to make you want two weeks off. Who Is It?" "After the ceremony," Btammcre1 the blushing clerk, "she'll be my wife." New York World. In th Excitement. "So you confess that the rate at which you traveled was the means of placing several persons in serious dan ger?" "Yes," answered Mr. Chusglns. "The policeman who was chasing us very neurly ran Into tliteo baby carriages." -Washington Star. Not Becaut of Tl.it. "I believe," she complained, "that your love Is) growing cold." "Well." be bitterly replied, "If It Is you needn't feel that It Ik doing so be cause you haveu't mnde It hot euough for me." Chieiigo liecord Uernld. Th Touch Tht Hurt. "j'lin iiiultiinlllionr.Ire gets angry ev ery time iinybody upplleg to him for a little money." "ex. It often happens tuut swollen fortuneH are very sensitive to the touch." Washington Btur. What's th Anwr? "Time Ik money.' "Is that so? Then why is It that the follows who have the most time on their hands have the least amney?" Cle vela ml Leader. Two Point of Viw. "Oh. John: Don't you think my new gown la a perfect dream?" "I've had seveml uightmnres won dering how I'm going to pay for It," Boston Post. Happy Day For th Farmer. These aro in tanner bllmsttil davs. The corn mint yet tie husked, 'tie true; Tne hoss he' had the Iuck to raise etlll lined mod and attention, too: A hunilreu dullea claim lit care: the chores must mill be done at nicnt: Th sheila need patchlnii here and there: he mill nets up about daylight; 'Tl time rnr him to tore the fruit away on cellar shelve once more. But they iiavn murted up the ,t,iv down at the corner irrocery toru. He ha not 'thrashed Mi buckwheat vet the. cows mum still be milked and fed HI rheumatism when It wet oft maltea htm lon to lie In bed; He has to plow th srround for wheat and fill the Kitchen w.'ied with wnou; Hm pant need patching on th seat, but stilt he deen: the season good. 1'h darkness that once cam o lata b- glns nl els o'clock one more. And ihey have atarted up th tov down at th corner grocery store. -Chicago Record-Herald. FOR D Pay Up Your Subscription ! To Every One Paying up their Subscription to The Enterprise-Recor-der--and to every new subscriber paying one year inadvance-during the months of October and November, we will send free, for one year, The SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST. The Best Agricultural Publication in the Sou th published at Nashville, Tennessee. Subscribe To-Pbu ! And Get Two Papers for the price of One. Only $1.00 per year. IK Madison, - Florida. ;