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Title: The Chipley banner
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Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1904
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". Vol. XI. Chipley, Washington Co., Ma.] Thursday, March i7.tll.1904.; No. 39. .


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>:< +a a dyktlo'', ik : A: CAMPAIGN have been discarded by him to be ss +OmtOi fM ttf t/0 t d,
sunned-''In a rather tattered and dllapl'

i OF RECORDS. dated condition-by his former lieutenant

and henchman. John N. C. Stockton, who
YOUR) MONEY'S WORTH
In contentions for office between Dimocrats -' apparently Imagines that there Is yet a To the Trade.

.t reliance' upon their respective rec United States !Scnatorshlp In the once

.; THAT IS: JUST:: WHAT YOU WILL GET ords-as citizens, as Democrats and as potent but now moribund doctrines of t

IK! YOU DO YOUR TRADING AT t t public servants-s prI/Ctlofol1ylndJ pn. "Calllem Its abandonment by Its own .

sable. Hence the peidlng campaign isone l distinguished autnor furnishes abundantand -

essentially\ Involvlnif clvlo merits convincing evidence ftt Mr. Stock

Wa 1. KEITH &; CO.S.: the political fidelity and the value of the ton's error. Mr. Call will doubtless, sa -4IP" IT'StSTOVBS-

> publle services! of the several gentlemen. cure from former friends. and suppol't.ersmany

who aspire ta become the chosen candi- votes whlcb might otherwise have

dates of the Democratic party for the been cast In behalf of Mr.: Stockton Qr

We hive one of the .hapdsomest. lines of Spring offices which are to be filled at the ensuing Governor Jennings .

Good...consisting of DRESS GOODS, LACES,. < lections. The official record o'f Mr.'dtnckton's

EMBROIDERIES. rto. ever bought for the The four candidates for nomination to pnbllo service has not been much In evidence -

Chi plOY trade 'We did nof buy these goods Jo' the Uovornornhlp Brown, Urovrard He bas been a member of the

(: keep bull .tosell, so fOoie* get your share of* : Mays and Davis-and the four who seek State legislature, elaelA d'AS an Independent YOU NEED i

+ 4 them; Tbe prices are : t : : : .. the nomination as. United States Senator with:, the.aid of Republican votes. A .

4 all.'Jennings, I,8tockt. and Tallaferroeasily former president of a bank, he now fulminates \
'the attention against the of capital. We have them. A Solid Car Eleven
I I command paramount tyranny ;
<-: POCKET-BOOK? ] SAVERS of the Democratic electors of the b former railroad president he now oases Styles at prices ranging from' $7.50to
as the champion of ihe.peopl+ ugalnst the
State. This Is a good time to compare corporationt; n fre ment bolt*-rot Demo $30.00. We also keep a few of

notes and ascertain where those GOOD
And
SLOES
when It .
s comes to w- can .irlve you and .
seeker holder of office as an Independent
1UGGKR VALUES for LESS:: MONEY than now that one-half of the campaign j>eno< he now c.lalms to be eligible, a.

any one In town. Don't buy Shoes" until you v Intervening.t between the meeting of'the an organized Democrat., to the highest

see our Hue of : t : 's :. State Committee and the date of,the prl- office In tbn,gift of the Florida Domoc
racy. Can the Democratic+opleof Flora
marl'election has elapsed, Ida afford to elevate such a one t.o.tbe BUGGIESWfOONS

.." : ., TU Uukernatorlal flare Senate: of the United' Stairs? '
B ATTLESXE'SAlso.
S H :- Governor Jennings. has been a promt
Mr. Brown has been a useful and exemplary cent citizen of his county, and has twice

citizen and a good average legls' represented' Is In the legislature; servingone I .
von ran get at 'GOOD' VALUES laCOFFEE. term as Speaker of the Housn. TIll fiND
lator. Ills for the Governorship ,
1, candidacy
nomination to the ofiice he now bolds-
R FLOUR. TOBACCO and.
SUGAR I,1nit been taken seriously by only avery bna does, not fill-was partly the result ofa
all other Groceries from anywhere else f
us, as compromise betwoen( the adherents of "
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k In town Prove It. by soelngus before buying.W : ; few. Of the l9A-odd political newspapers two other much more prominent candidates .
in the State, only one l devoted and partly bocaus" of the circumstance *
that he was. related to a prominent.
to his Interest, and that one Is owned and
candidate for the Presidency [II J Is "roc.
1. KEITH & CO.F. edited by'his son. ord," as put forth In elaborate detail. by
Mr. itroward hag been moderately l sue- himself deals chiefly!! with his arts as .'
I' Governor and makes the most absur
ccs-iful as a man of business, but his political and fanciful claims of credit for thingsdone We would. be very' glad to show you
record, marred by his persistent. by others and foreondllionsentirely ,
- - remote from his official acts. Ills candidacy throJjjh our Store. Of course we
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&- ,, "'" affiliation with J. M Barre and John N. has been shown to .be utterly. 910-
C. Stockton, the "Three Friends" of Du lativeof the tplrlt of the State Constl don't want. to sell you ; we just
tutlnn. His pretense of devotion to the .
Ue sheriffof
F. BRENT WM. II. KNOWLES.. J. !S.: LEONARD, val county politics, was once interests'of the people has beellllXIIOI."db want you to see.
PRESIDENT. "ICZ-PBESI1 CA8IIIEBJFirst his county,. but 'was suspended from y the showing that as a legislator' Tie
his office( for cause by Governor Mitchell, opposed the el/lcLmAntof. railroad com- fff Give us a call. .
mission law. and that at Gover' or hn op- R
National B'ank" and his suspension confirmed Into permanent doeed'tho nayinent to the school fund of
: removal by a Democratic State Men- In terns t on amounts due the fund from,
the profited of the Indian war claims
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OF PENSACOL7 FILATransaetfi \ ate. lie has been a legluhitor, and as Ills perfunctory' declaration In 'a message
such participated In securing the ,,enactment that "State:; olllclal, to discharge

a General, Banking. 'BusIness. of laws whereby: the people of the olHce.properly the nut. duties only required and functions to give of every his i Harper & Coleman;

*w Your Bu.In' .. Solicited city. of .Jacksonville are deprived of the postlblo moment of his time, but his. best. .
__ attention and cannot give any attention
I : a right of self-government ha vehemently .
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< to private business matters. Is -
grotmnqne'y
D1JKKCTORBI Advocated the shameful schema contradicted by his proslln'prae- crE-IIPLEY: :: 1 x. ..
J' WM. KNOWLES W. A. BLOUNT }'. C. BRENT,' for the creation of a gigantic State political / tleo of spending the greater portion of

r'', .> ., ,,. W. If. lIVER P. O. BRENT J. 8. LEONARD.Here. machlng through the attempted es- engaged his ,time, away In an from elaboratn his post canvass. of duty. of while tho L +

.. tab'isLment. of the Infamous: dispensary Stat for voles. His olllclal Insincerity' At tirVl d10k ttrR.A;g:;::
and nun. been demonstratedby
2 abnmlnation. During the Spanish war his Inconsistency veto of the very appropriations for 3t

: T he was engaged In the dangerous and unlawful public Institution, buildings which hn bad .' ss
occupation of Hlllbusterlng,' and recommended In his message to Ihe letflirlaturn fir- I.A- -- IU 1.c6V'_- --- 11&IJ!'..----------V'1A 1
.; credit! .for which he now. claims asa I : I"
.' on this .record, collated Into book form by saving o(. the amounts thus vetoed to "

himself, be Is asking the Democrats of the violated He has juggled with and -iDRUG STOREi- S
openly the commands of the
4 Florida to choose ,him-A confessed law- party platform In making vacancy appointment
AM Look !
1 > breaker-to. b e their Governor, :wbollftehl..f .*, lie' disgraced hlmsell his -OF- -
his Stain and I its advocating
party, people by -
duty Is. to "sen tbab- tbeJ.aw..are, the establishment. of the atrocious 00.1

-I .. faithfully executed." dispensary nyntern. lie has. Insulted. the s. E. roEAdHY &
sacred of the lamonted Gordon
,.. Of the three opponents ft Mr. Davis, memory
his document.
by nslug portrait as a campaign -
.. "" Mr. Mays possesses by far the cleanest .. Ills Inordinate vanity Impelled
him to have his Inscribed In three "We out for business. ., +""
tecord. lie Is an excellent: citizen has name are
-WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINK OB1-
different places the rebuilt State
.' : Y{, : .been ao honored and useful represent' capitol. Tortured upon with. visions of thu How do these Prices strike you ? I
In li certain defeat. which Is In store! for him
I tine of his county the legislature a
,B. ggleliC! ,V ngoilS: '; .: : true and faithful Democrat, and was a be rushed into print with "open lett-rs'.1 1 l Davis Kidney Pill*.:. .,:.:.. ... !flu Vf' nal'* Saw Palmetto;; Berry. -
,. .. <. (j A addressed! to his successful competitor. Plerce's. Favorite Prescription 100 Wine .... .. .. ... ...... ...... 1.00
I "" t : !. prominent candidate; boforp the last /State: Senator Tallaferro who Immediately Plerce's Golden Medical DieDrake's !Saw: Palmetto Berry

I rueeMI3sii'dwlire;: Y convention ror'nomination to the. office he convicted him of misquoting the official cover! .. .. .. .. ." ... .. ...... 10 Wine .. .. ... ... ft:
t -: records of Congress) In a weak attempt to Hoods Saraapurllla. .. .. ...... 1 (1)) Palne'i Celery Compound...... 100Wlnlllow'l
now seeks. Ue would: no doubt make a assault. the Senator's record Upon this Narsaparllla ...i.. 1 COWlnslow's Kixlol Dyspepsia Cure ....u.:. flu)
i'. '; satisfactory and conservative Governor, somewhat extraordinary. "record" the Soothing\ Myrnp.... 2S Five Drops ...,. ............ loo
: : .. Governor will ask In vain for the. supportof .. ..... .... .
Pttiil t:; 4, and G-roccr1e! / Wampoll,1' Cod Liver Oil ..1. OO Wl-nrdOII .. .. M I
hundreds of fellow Damn- !
as would his truth-loving and tielf-ruspecling. Demo Scott's. Kmulsion.. ... ... ..... 101J Jal'I&neseOI1.....,.. .......:... /no 1
l 'j : crats who are not aspiring to the position unts. Liquid Pepnolds.. .... .. ... ... 1 00 DisWItt's Electric: Cure .... .... 25:
(Senator Tallaferro's record as an active .. ...,. (JIIWIt.t'lI White oil Liniment.
: Warner'safeCure.) 1 OOWarner's 21
but for obvious reasons his tlmefor such
WE TO !SUIT YOU IN OOODS AND PRICES."We I
GUARANTEE .. and loyal Democrat., and as a devoted and Sodium Phosphate., no Lewis'' Lightning Llulmttnt.... 21LawU
;' preferment In the case of many other. successful. oublic servant., la an' open book. Ilarter'H Iron Tonic. .. .. .. .... 1 00 Eye Water and Salvo .. sn
: ... worthy and eligible citizens-h s not yetarrived Recognizing:: : the right. of the penplo whom Lydia E.Plnkham'eVegetable ".Awl\ll'Lljfhtnlng Relief...... 21: i
.: iViGfLL:: : :: ON US; bni \ he ha to ably represented at Washltiaton Compound .... . .. .. .,. .... ,. 100 J( loan's Liniment. ....... ....'s& //10 -
lIe will"" carry his own county. to have an account of his stewardship, he Lydia:, I 13.!: Plnkham's Blood PuPorlA'r'.. Antiseptic and IlnalningO',1 I

which Is reported to be overwhelmingly and his sepporteraearly\ presented to the rlft..r..O. ...... .... .. 1 W J : .... ................ .... 25
," TItAPE public. a comprehensive review of his Klllmer's oo..1\ Wi) Mallard's Snow Uniment.: .. 2.'
: IIOLICrr:! YOUR D PROMISE TO GIVE} YOU that If Swamp
fur !Stockton a circumstance This
: ; and achievements. record
lurvlnes ..
; rstlles', Female Panacea. 1 (0 Mexican ust&na Liniment.. 21:
h r > : :' : .v ':, -' tree In Itself portends disaster 1.0.hili notwithstanding Its brilliancy and eftVc'veinim ,- Syrunof: I Flan.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... Ml Pain ICure..4.. 21 /
.. 'and >. .Prompt -;: Courteous Atierit /c.-: fReeplzctfu1Iy cau < Jet vainly assailed by his competitors, Dr. Mlles Nervine. .. .. ... .. BODr. .. .. .. .. ... ...... AO
; ,.;;- ." Dr. Davis, the leading candidate for bus It stands, now, as It did a.t. the begin .. M lieu Uflstorallve. .. .. .... 100 La Crvnle Restorative.,,, 111n)
'.' .'.., ( Governor; Is well known In every quarterof nine of the campaign absolutely Impregnable. Dr. M lies new cure for the heart.. 1 OODr. Aycr's Hair Visor .'. .. j..j.....100
.. .. Ills two principal opponent) have Miles Anti lain hue. .... .Plrker'"lIlIlr( liulaiim ........ !M)
the State to be a citizen without re- sought, with an almost vindictive: Ingenuity !>Shoop's! Uestoratlve..... ... 1 00 Ilall'H. lair 1tauAwer..J.J .... 1 (on)
proach, a Democrat of unimpeachable! to luduce the ".bile to believe In Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Cure., 1 OO Heart's Alimentary Elixir. .... J 00lr.Shoop'
M" 1 their counter assertions, but. with the! Cough Cure.. .. noPeruna Fellows' Compound Syrup of
; i ii fidelity; and as a public servant of the greatest. ease the Senator has not only i. 1 on II..M.. .... .,.... ... 1 /M

I BveJrltiJ .UI D twv people-as legislator, Speaker/ of the successfully overwhelmingly refuted n. U. ii.... .,. .... ....... .... .. .. 1 00 I1rpopbOIl. .. .. .... .... .. ... 12.
their slanderous! Imputation but has .. .... .... .. ... .... :. .
: Florida house of Representatives., as of S. S. 8. ... ... ........ I OO( Ha.iimet.to 100
: conclusively convicted pn" them of ilt..P P. .... .. ... .. .. Its
delegate to national Convention" and as misquoting. and falsifying the olllclal : :: _
records of Congress. and the other of au
Congressman for four successive terms- dial guilt of the very thing with which ... Watch this space and get aft the

i hac constructed for himself! a record thatIs 10 bud charged the eienttor. Taunted. Drug Store News and Prices. .
Invincible and unassailable.Official while absent from the State at his post ofduty (
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,with a disposition to avoid mm ting 1'i
.duty has thus far prevented extensive Us opponents In ouhllc debate and reputed S. McaZACHV & CO.

participation by him In' the active to lack the forensic powers which
Summon are not fit given for themlives It takes a, wldow.to act as If f he were they assumed to *fI! the Senator
.. to. associate with. puizlnd to datU over what being married work of the campaign, but he Is now snatched. from bIt olllclal engagementit
1 who take their whUVy is Ike.I v visiting, the several sections of the State one or two. brief opportunities'' to confront i ae
few men
r .straight Very keep that way themselves.When !i, When a girl says she perfertly adores a and Is everywhere received by the people .hem.. and fairly dHinollshed their con tentlons .
lir fair and tournament' of
man she means be Is good eoougb to flirt a open A woman puts an high. an estimate on a
a man can't make himself believe with. with manifestations. of ,approval and enthusiasm dlscutslon fn the pr".eoceof large crowds picture hat 84 a man does ,on H nomlaa- DR. T. G. YATES
'I, he has brains his mother can. of dellithted.feljow Democrats. Supported ,
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which strongly Indicate/ his Ion for public ofiice.
There Is more pride la having the other [
at the p iglnnlngr; his campaign by
Save your pennies and the stock, marketwill fellow wrong than In being. right your election as their favorite candidate In the only,97 of the political newspaper of the Yon can always" tell by how ripe a wo- With TWENTY YEARS
of pound
take care your self. Slate, the list of those whose editors and nan's lips are bow much a man would
EXPERIENCE .
It would be a t.errlble temptation 'o Women will, never r"IIpff'meo'. ability first primary. ,, managers. now advocate'' his cause \has like to see If any of It will com off. as an
... .. .l Candidate
Tb n ori
!tat out Insurance on one' mother-la till they learn all the.things that. ean be (;town to more' thanoo. Personally unknown It's. ml.ht7 queer how women will' goon
+. Y Uw.. .. done with plo.. .Mr.Call\ was the latest.of the candidates al the beginning of the campaignto trusting th..lr Instinct even after they. Eye Specialist

,yt1. "e-j _MU>4eiitrto' eonvlne" aws. (I I A girl 'Is. a mighty sight" liandsomer for the United States. Senatorshlp toen* a very of Florida Urge ,proportion his name, his of history the Democrats hisachievements have married their. husbands that way: .
right that she Is wrong.CUUOBBD .
o are. as when she Is. somebody than she Is WILL BE AT '
.. elite's ter the race but hell conducting lively and his features. are now ;
when she Is your I)"'''. A KAVUB11E REMEDY FOB HAKIBtIts
familiar to large number .
vigor quite as a as
much of hlsotd-tlme
wltb
+ ALie :uuu'r! seeks campaign with. him pleasant mete' mid prompt cures have '
It's funny how when the oflj CA were formerly unacquainted
and although. be Is nowover, 70 made. Chamherluln's Cough Remedy A fa. DR. 1LSQy S OFNGB
the man It. has uv cllmU up' oo Its own I spirit, 1111 has recently bttguu a more extended:
borgplcaLionarDardaSMaE'Llixi' conic with the mothers! of small children.It ,
than has heretofore
'' shoulders to find him. years of age. Contrary to expectation, he >er orul' campaign ,
COljUIt I&.N&DY' to visit far qtilokly cures Ihelrcoujfhs mind colds tail
been
possli, find expects as
"",. fiw mornings at: i Jlr J. O. t5m'fLhf't'- ', When a woman looks! well I hr mourning appears not now to represent' wbatwasonce as Is prsulble. every community In the prevents tiny da nicer of pneumonia or 6.her In 'le "' v
s, nit, v good citizen ofthis 'pl"t'e cum to for her. husband It Is a sign she l la, likely familiarly known as "Calllsm.\ and tI LIL'I'. There hits never been a doubt i ea serious eous.rluenees, tor sale by S.: K.McUeaohv .
c 111 s ore for a cou.b"mt'd..ne." Says Dr lo get "notber.one. to the final! result in the judgment of ; &u... From ELEVEN to SIX o'clock, : '
and adversaries ;
s 7' ._.., t:. .. Parnoll, or &hpINV'aI'e.' AI... -IF I -1.. .- a.* astonished both friends hosq whore supporting hint,.nd just T i 1
y y .wu'so 110"' ..... tu.t a could hardly ti.k Witllsnt f hxffer, a hrskemsn olson Dennl- by utterance coicerolrig "corpo- now every I ndlcHti-m points' to his nomination A woman, makes a fool or herself byiranRlne '
} 11..1.l "HlhK b.uL.aou&lilt the al<,nt 'bet Ohio was ooliriiwU 10 bis bed for see "trust ," etc., almost 'directly ? by a Urge. majority, at the first about things sheinivbtnot to. I First, Tuesday In Each
(.*< i no t him ,vS.. :lyotCnsmbMria' D'. oral weeks wltb Infl "'lna.nry rbeumatlRrn' aft powers ? primary. .and ..mTii: l-y not bragulng about things
:' thJ.h U'in'l'' ought .o.After \ Mont-h. ; .
nrvlievfl him h* mlicht .hrln< tit. boltlel i II sinto MHI w's drat store-A a bottle oft !
i i ladul his former
f In nomer-
wont t e her mind thata
was Whin bllo: s try a dose ofChi nab"rluln'sStfliuiuh a woman makes np
bl> t him then h imbwrl iln's l a'n U-ilm, at wblcb tams 1 .
irk i.nd tree sw
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I Ill mantle. the end, Liver Tablets. and re-llaw for thing Isn't.o terrible ar she thought. It. FREE.
1 ..'e.ibnrninq'oarrytng. the bottler to lb. I wss nnnbta .o ne h.nd or loot and in one one campaign s as apostle
wte e wherv be work sod ha told me It dxl j r week's time was able to go to work *. hip. of fan J.Llial'aut'tgouism.tn'thosewhorecalled nee how quickly s ttrnt-tilass OI| -to.d"le was before she knew all about It, generally lie Is permanently located as E. M. rAndersen's
Ntd'cille will correct the d 'Yursale she to look for somethingIse
Utever1t" for sate 8..K.MoUeacbjrAOa. disorder begins
gixxi than med'clne clam. / by '
b m more itny pvns Opilclau, la Pensacola. Y
't.hC. corporatloafsts" tt.K. & Co. ,
) seems to by UcUeaHay that Is. ?
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THE BANNERPUBLISHED Jennings in s The is of the V1in'MVti/
It was a Jacksonville effort this Governor attempting corn crop one t fA' .

EVERY THURSDAY.Subscription time, and it consisted of a telegram to discredit( Senator "Talia mot important on the Southern 1 f : 'EV'EARE:' AFTER '!:

sent to an alleged Demo- ferro before the people has practically fat-m. We say Southern farm. : Xfl

: $1.00 per year In a4'"anoe. cratic newspaper in Tampa an- asserted that the Senatorhas because many think that i it is I \ -tYOUR ':' ;

nouncing that the liquor dealers accomplished little or nothing better'to let the Western farmer : TR1t.DE-.

Entered at the ...,..to 1C1t'at Chlpley. Fla.. anpnnd .f' Florida! had organized and while representing the people of raise corn for us than it is for us. And guarantee you will make no t e

clUB milD, paattor made a deal with Senator Talia- Florida in the Secite.: ,, Hence it to raise it for ourselves. They mistake In buying from UI If It IstJpto.f }
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ferro's friends for mutual sup- may be well to Call attention to admit *e must have ,the corn; .
W. W. JONKS. Editor. / )ate. aria i StyJi lt qOO $ You-W&ijt
port. Of course there was not a the facts, as shown by the Con- but they say we can .raise! cotton \ ,

Adrortlnlnff ratcaturnlehedon Application, word of truth in tbe reference to gressional Record; Here is an and buy corn cheaper than we .AT REASON.A.BLE. PRICKS.. .

the Senator. The alleged "rumor" abstract of the bills introducedby can. ,raise the corn. This is a
mistake. It is false-infact' We carry a' .f"H line of pry: Good; Press ,
Senator in the and great
Thursday March ITIb. 19Oiii -*. was manufactured for the tbe 56th /

>:* in -ii i gtag, express purpose of injuring Sen- 57th Congresses: and ruinous in practi .;. .By persisting -; Goode, fclothlng Shoes?Hats, Groceries,. "

Total bills and regulation!, 39. in this have ,
is architec1-of ator Taliaferro before the peopleof fallacy many ':
Every, nan an Etc., and no merchant In town can beat ,
Passed! both Ilonnes........... .-.10.
l Ibis fortune or misfortune.. the State, and few will fail to' Paused Senate only............. .... '6"-- found themselves in debt and under -' .

.. .. detect its purpose or its falsity. K<-furred to Con rt of ()lalme.1 .... A mortgage, and finally sold .our IJrlcpp.: ,. p

Japan: seems to object to a large It bungling' and badly Read twice and referred ....(. .....16 out. .- _;

navy-for Russia, of course. was a raw, Indefinitely postponed ..... .. .... .. :3 .'. .. '.
'I bungled job, worthy only of the It will appear from the fore newspaper Wo al1Vft.pave a full line of <

,- ,,The director of exhibits at the stupidest of stupid would-be po- going that more than twentyfiveand I I The as a text boolj? '
: '
St: Louis exposition says there litical fake manufacturers. one-half per cent. of the has-been adopted in some of the c STAR": : ,;. ," -4--. .

I Another similar Jacksonvilleeffort public schools of Pennsylvaniaand
will be 1,200 carloads of exhibits. .
... ,whole number ;introduced passed ,
occurred a week or two Brooklyn. For a few min "
.Russia's objection to the"'open both,houses of Congress and be- BRANDSHOES
ago, probably emanating from utes each day, under the guidance
door" in Manchuria it is came laws ; nearly fifteen and
seems,
the same source as the above, in of the teachers, the pupils' "
that it lets the Japanese one-half per cent. passed the :
troopsin
which a wild and wooly tale of read and discuss the newaof the ,
Senate but failed to come in ,
too fast. up /'
contemplated "land grabbing"on day. At the .
present war news ,
the House nearly thirteen '
per '
;
and know they are the best"; : '
The ;latest lynching; occurred the part of the railroads, to I be cent.-pension and reliefbillswere ': adding! interest; the geogra- you .

in'Ohio, and it wasn't, for the pulled off when Davis is elected referred for settlement to phy lessons, and' the Panama, In .the DRESS GOODS and .CLOTHING LINE we have om "

usual crime, either; being only Governor was sent, or purportedto the Court of Claims i a fractionover I I canal matter is being employed' TREMENDOUS UAEOAINS. pt

for murder. be sent, to a Jennings paper at forty-one per cent: did not for the illustration\ of geography, COMA: S1ii1 I7:;. ti"sr.'

s *' Live,Oak, and reproduced in I physics and ommer.-e.: Intelligent -:, .
In making the of life reach a third reading on the cal '
voyage the same Tampa paper, which I direction in newspaper reading I .
we are all inthe same boat-a endar while only a fraction over I Ti Li Wells ft Broi : 1
contained the abovementionedfake. .will prove of benefit to tb few have to do all the rowing, five: per cent.,of the whole num- children in the schools where the ', .

while the others float. ber were defeated by the Senateby . . 00 (*x '
.. .. It is too bad that the intelligence indefinite postponement. innovation- has been adopted, _

Every week the chances for an of a long-suffering and unoffending "

overwhelming victory for Talia public should be thus -- IT SAVED Ills: .'LEO First NatioriaI Ba.lk
Oar School mod Otberwtie. P. A. Ltanlorth of l.aGrunge', On., auf ,
ferro: and Davis oji the 10th of insulted by such transparent attempts EDITOR MANUKA:-Please allow me a, fared for nix months with a triichttut run
May brighterand brighter. at political trickery but small apace In your readable. columns to nlmc sore!on his left; but writes thut "Miokl 01' Mtlrhtisnn: F'ln. :,
grows a ; say. a few things about the Chlpley! HighSchool. l hm'8 Arnica Wiihe wholly cured it In live
it is fortunate that Florida 'pos- ). On the 11th of March I had tile days For ulcers wounds,, piles, It's tbaboat ....... .903.
e. Cio of Bu.ln.P. 9tb.
) .Condeneed m< t .
The Hearst boom has receivedsome sesses only two or three publi- pleasure of visiting the school 111 company snlte In the world Cure jtuaritnteed. .
with .f. V, F.! the :Singing: Man and i'uiy29o. !Hold: :Uy tt.-E.: ; McO'.-uchy, severe blows in Georgiaand cations low enough in the scaleto the Deacon. No you foe' we were a jolly > Bills,Receivable and Bonds.....$107,
Alabama recently; and it may admit such stuff to.theircol- crowd. have been visiting the schools S. Bonds and Premiums.... 13,50000\ Surplus) Fund......, ..../..*"..,. 9,500,00
In Cblpley for tho last 18 and now,
receive a black eye in ,Florida be- I umns. after going) through the years several depart OUT OF E CCIUANGES! Fata tare and Fixtures.:.... ... ",".38 Undivided ProUts..........:..PJ 2,68368
ments of our High School. I am preparedto Cash and Due from Banks...... 135,719.70 Circulation ., ..... '12.50000!

fore" long. .. .. Stockton: Jennings et al. had 'a Prof.say J.that U. Purtlg our. school and his presided hotter half over, to by Russia's worst enemies are not the Japanese. ;Redemption! Fund..,.. .......... 635.00 Deposits: r,. ". ... ;,... .... '179.738.43!

Between the boll weevil in the little meeting here 'Saturday anther with tbe able corps. of assistants, They arevto bn found In Russian *189,801.77CgPBy 189891.77, '
Is...the best organized and the most progressive territory and paying unwilling taxes to '
cotton-growing sections and the night. They rehearsedtheir school we have ever had In the support" the Russian government. It latula Tbie Bank Comm.needHusin..e.. February 6..0:11.: '.
town of Olllpl y. The pupils are makliiir wrlsten agreement Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits.. f
graft.microbe in the official sec- "tale of woe," reiterating their morn progress and seem to DM more thor discontented element that may pre- .
.. the Czar from send and W, H. MILTON< Caaliler. m
ough. In their studies than ev r before. 'I vent lug men Hhlpsto
tions, the countrY'is being held charges against Mr. Taliaferro'srecord. am Informed by good authority that our the Fur East In numbers sufficient to -
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up at a lively rate. But their argument fell State Sutd+rlntmldent. Mr. Shoats, says overrun the disputed territory In a.short -
.. that' our school Icthe best in West Florida! TAYLOR
flat. The' people ,of this sectionare and second In the State:! so E lift my hat while.-Me ropolls. / stEAMiNaiNEs!
Senator Taliaferro is having and give three cheers for the present """ :_
a reading people, and know management the school. My opinionnow f .
easy sailing for re-election to the 'I.M that all we need to have the best The Chattanooga. Times says"Con+ TAYLOR
that charge they made
Senate.,' It is generally conceded every school In the State Is for all l the patrons pcrosi: continues to pass private pension COMPLETE
against Mr. Taliaferro has already to give It that mural snpuort which la .o rate i'f MILLS
bills at the of 800 to 300facn 'pen SAW
nomination ,
that he will receive the necessary to build up tirst-dass school '
been proven false. Theycan Raving find some experience In teaching sion' day If President Roosevelt has GINNING -.-:..
in the first primary. I know that the teacher.* need all the ever vetoed any of these 'grafting' measures .
4 & do nothing but flounder sympany and help In every'"waV they can the fact hasn't been noted In the OUTFITS a Newly.
The annual reunion of the First around the water is too deep for get Now I would like to a-k, bow many .
; of the "patrons have- visited tha school puollc prints. Urovor Cleveland l was tile :-- Equipped
Florida Brigade, United Confed- them and they will finally sinkon I during this term? It Is your duty to vlxli only President that ever had the nervtrto ,
your school and thus lI]io\v to your children protect the people against/ this easy, buts GRIST Boiler Works
held De-
at
Veterans
erate was May 10th. that Interested In their boo
)'ouaro
scandalous! form of loot.t .," .
help; and your presence! will be au Inspiration KILLS
Funiak last ,Saturday, and the -- "* ,' :
and uplift to both teacher and .- 6 Machine
old heroes. 'had a glorious time, Mr. Cooley, a Chicago; engineer piiull. The cadets of the Imperial Naval AClI.demy
I Now we think that criticisms are out and
too. who has investigated the Panama of order unless we know from personal of Russia were' so'elat.'d at being MILL Shops

!; knowledge what we are talking about promoted to tbo grade of jiildahlpnifn, SUPPLIES FoundryWlr
canal matter the digging of
says Ho I am In favor of retaining the present! 1 ,
Gen. Wood cables that the Jolo I according to a dispatch, that they drove
the great waterway: twill' cost not management of our/ school for( another. M .R......, ,
forces three months esti- term. around:: St.::: Petersburg "clad only In their ,WlreF.at.Fir.Prool1toofnfdpraYPumps. ouifrt deparat.re.V
ago less than $300,000,000; that it will Now one ortwo word about our county tunics." The Norfolk Landmark wonders .'IOtli ui k;It is Your Interest to Figure wits Ui. .
mated at 3,000 has been reducedby political outlook. Unless the Democrats
what. vJould have been the effect
not be used as much as'might be are on the alert In the primary we may '
him to 15. This is what make a grave mistake. If I understand upon their apparel If they had been promoted MALLARY BROS.3 MACHINERY CO. -
and that
the
expected, anything about the intention of the pri to lieutenancies. It gives '
might be called "cutting down" one a
govern-I "- :. MACON CA. .
ment will never get an marT.I' I'to be strictly n white Demo iflilll to try to In..alllno.av News "*
the estimates. and only white Democrats, -
... return on the investment. "The are to be allowed to.vote In said primary. s-!

"Why," the gentleman from revenues from the canal," he I ahead.Unions we Look are cautious out. My there opinion are breakers Is thatwe On paper, Russia ranked 'an the third DEKLE & co Bankers i' :..f
naval of the Dot '
world. In actual
I have some menus candidates whofulled power ,
'Nebraska asks, "if free silver be says, "will go. towards the cost ,
to vote orwnrk for the party In the service the Russian navy has shown thatIt
dead and harmless; should the of maintenance," which ..t1 aqs, II lust, oleetloiil and we want to earful Is not what It was cracked up to be. O11PL:,EY, FLfThis \. ,
In the selection of our officers. And remember
gold men object putting it into it seems, that the revenues will sober, and Now how( about those' other navies that
we! want only upright bank offers Its i services for the transaction of all branched of legitimate 92banking. .
the party platform?" Because not the cost of the maintenance honorable mn to till our county offices mvkasuch, Impptilnir showings on PIAI.erl' Collections receive prompt and careful attention,'and' remitted f a'
pay
'I and not men who would do all they canto It Is knowu that ,In some of them there for on day of payment at current rate of exchange.: : fit
by.now it.stinketb.. -At. Journal. _bill. But, are we going to under bring the onr domination county of ol Washington a whiskey again ring. I are many ancient tubs armed with obsu- l ... a'Y.i anllill your lIu.luo.&o--4' f) ,'

build the canal for revenues? I More anon, J. D. FOUBSTRB.!: : late smoothbores, but their names are .
Would-be, Gov. Brown is already quite as Imposing as If they'were of hljth- .

in mourning over his defeat eslefflcltucy.! -Mav. News. Gx9'rl

which will occur May 10th, :-i

judging by the big black<: border' manufactured Paper gloves In and Europe.stockings The are stockings being. | ONE' i HORSE i LOST !fI

which surrounds his advertising havo been carefully examined by exports,

matter published in a number of I Can Save" 1 I and they are loud In their praise of them. 8
Let no one assume they gay,:that,tbe' e .
the State papers., stockings, because\ they .are made of r A VICTIM: TO

paper, will only last a. flOw days for they -
Whenever a farmer is thinking'of will last almost' as )long as ordinary stock

voting for.Jet niafgs it is worthwhile You Money legs The reason Is because. the paper of One of those .
,. which they are .murte was, during th@)
to remember that he has
process of manufacture, rendered Into a
persistently and consistently re- 'substance closely....resembling woil. and 1 MHEAVY' DRAFT

fused to appoint a single farmer,' I Know It, and was wool.then-Herald.woven and treated ay ordloary /

or any one in any way connected

with agriculture place' on the Want: You to Know It,! A white minister:-1 was I conducting re- .Haphines.

Board of Trustees of the Lake Ilgloas services In a colored church In

City college, the purpose of whichis Just how much; I can save you'-depends on what you North Carolina recently. After exhorting .

popularly supposed to.>> be,, the want in my'line. I sell most anything you want l, in a lead bit I he q prayer asked and an ,old according'colored to deacon the RoanoUft to- -, WHY USE THEM ? .-

education of farmers' sons and the way of ews. this Is the appeal which the -

daughters along agricultural brother In black offered' for his. brother fLight
WHEN YOU CAN .
GET
I ISHOBS. i I
"* white: "Ob. Lord gib him de eye of de
lines. The lawyers and editors DRY GOODS. NOTIONS
eagle dat he may spy out sin afar off.
and others who make that f
up Glue bIll hands the gospel plow; wire i Draft Dcering
t board have made it a school for Hf\TS, his tongue told line of truth. Nail his

boys only, and the agriculturalpart ear to de gospel pole. Bow.his head way
GROCERIES
of it has been relegated to a FEED STUFFS. dawn between his knees and his knees BALL 1 NDRollBer

second place, if indeed it is that way down In some lonesome,. dark: and .
high in the curriculum. When narrow valley, where prayer Is much
The time to investigate; a good thing i is when the
waited to be made. 'Nolnt him
with the
fompared with the course in ,
proposition is made
you. 'Prospective buyers Will| kerosene liEf rof salvashun. and sot him oh .!
other schools of the country that,
do well to consult us before making purchases. Bro."-Times.:
like it large
receive appropriations '-' _
: 'for agricultural education, i I I The Scientific American |II responsiblefor ",
not much credit is 'reflected WIULIAMS. -iMACHINE.I : .-
on J. J. ; the statement that the..oroblf'm' of .
.Florida.-The Breeze. serial flight has been soV! !d, and the
FROM YOUR BUMItLE FIRM1,
' transportation of passengers and goods
? WORKING OVI:ltTIME. P. S.-Don't that I sell the famous "STAR5 through the air Is now assured.' The end
forget -
Kight boar are' Ignored by IUo e tireless STAR" Shoes '** is In.sight-one dollar passage between I H-veritt and : orne- | "
)'UI workers. Dr. I King's :SeLlfll 1'1Ih.x .. for men, wdmen'and children New York and Chicago:: with a. 'speed of ,
:M-lliont are at work,night and day.curinti ''
one hundred miles per hour, Yet It was f,
e in Itirettlon, biltniianevft. omtilpntlon, sick .
bemUchf, and all stomach, liver Rod bowel : only yesterday that the,foremost sclent CHIPI.EY: FLORIDK. /- B

trouble Easy, nleudint' (aft*, mire. Only ietf0lA. r..,..-. ..... "..".. ... ". ) Meta were assuring this wa all ImposslUllty. .-' : .
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<'" .' -m with;; this claim had been then c-of as baa done nothing, and. ing: ---- :1418 ami alt other trots and '

'TAL"AFERRO 1 REPLIES withheld from the State because, ai If each of us has done nothing, then Finally; I have called to the attention acts which impose any taupon.ans-the 0

1 have saM, before the State had failed how Is it possiblethat 'all of us bave of those of the people whom 1 J circulation of State Banks or !tate::

to pay the Interest on Its bonds, done anything? I will remind you have been aWe to address the facts banking:: Associations be, and the same

and the Government withheld} paymenton again that I have never claimed any; that as Senator :you voted against an ire hereby, repealed"

To t.be: .1/Cotsoiit; **OpenShowing' Lctter": ; QfGovQruPr .all of them to indemnify; itself results whatsoever not assoctatec amendment to the money Mil to strike The vote thereon Ii recorded on

t against loan. Act of Congress, providing with the work of my: colleagues and the word 'gold' and insert the words I page 1833, Vol. 33, Congressional tlecjrd ,

.T nlling'li&. .. for the settlement of the account you cannot credit the whole delega- 'In coin of standard valu.Y; in Interest and those voting yea were the
and this alone unlocked tll. ion with the accomplishment of any- payments (Congressional\ Record, Vol. allowing:

.. ', doors of the United States Treasury thing without giving dijo credit to 33, page 1829)-a direct and flagrant Derry (Xilltoa: Clark (Montana),
,
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the Governor has" Misrepresentedhim tor the payment to the State; of every each member for his proportionatepart ::; violation of the platform. Jiay. Culberson, Daniel! Ireltt! l i', Jones ,
'how, dollar due to whatsoever account or thereof.
,
.
(Arkansas
f" ), Lindsay:: Jilci-nory; McLaurln
and Garbled and Misquoted the Record fund: Referring again to the $$1S2,0' No member of the delegation has' Never So Voted* Martin, Money, Morgan, Pet-

; of bonds and the $248,1(8410( interest near complained that each and every : tis. Rawlins TallaZarro. Tlllman, Tur

in his, Attempt to.. Ii.jurethe, : Senator., thereon due the Government, you do other member has failed to do his par I I,,ay that you have absolutely misrepresented ley Voct. Senator MaJ1Irfs: atj- ,
not seen), to credit that payment will. in. any matter relating to the Interests! "
._- -' -- me, .unwittingly I hope, :ent on account of Illness, but was ,
m any way lessening burdens and lowering of the pt-uple I of Florida, but, on the before the people whom you have ad- pairedto vote jea. 'I
texea and lessening the burdens of all tstes.I: maintain that a debt I other hand, we have all realized w: Senator Jones, of Arkansas (chaIr- ;:
dressed. I assert
that 1 never voted
; so
Washington D. C., Jan. 26, 1004.'Hon. the people; ana while I did not say wherever owed Is a burden, and tha great satisfaction that: we have worked and that Congressional Record jian of the National De mantic Exes- I

W. S. Jennings, BO then, I do say now that,every dollar its payment, 'wr-ether to one creditoror ib full accord and. harmony In' Vol. 33, page 1820!: the same you cite, ; utlva CoramltteaX, offered the followng ;

:Tallahassee Flo.. of the total of appropriations for 'Florida another' lessens that burden In'the obtaining results. No member of t/i- shows that your statement has no amendment to the same brfl, viz. :
ita part in cum el' the debt paid delegation who have labored with the I tae Gold Standard bill (Congressiqt
My Dear-Sir: Joes lessening the bur-- foundation in fact., This page shows
Your letter January' 1, poatmcrU.- dens of
1) contend the treating! this suject so exhaustively, will sustain you in the asser- ty, as I have always done "That from and after the passage!
the reached me at Jacksonville 0 :you that Improvement : on every
ed 4th and I offer as my excuse,that it seem tion that 1 have not done my full part ::if: this act the mints of the

N January 6th. I would have replied ft rivers. and, harbors does not ed necessary in view of your unjq.ua Why, therefore, should you complain case Question are these Rt Issue.: The facts in. the states shall be open to the coinage of

at once but was, prevented by make new and. competing avenues of ideas on the subject Your reference to my interest in t Senator diver and; there shall be col-ed r'

!'' an untJsul '.reasur9' of ,public' ,business -I I commerce and'thus lessen' the rates First National Bank of TaVnpa would Stewartt of Nevada offered mrs of the weight of 412% grains troy,
the following amendment
.. ,' attention to which I r egarcUas of freight? Not Here for Buncombe seem to have no proper place In this : of standard silver, nlne-4enths! dne

I ot more ,Importance than 'Writing. political Do you contend that hfgh rates of discussion, and yet, let me assure you, ter In the section word G'interest, on page,' it 16 iei, line 5, at 13 provided! by the act of January i -.

letters. I avail myself,ot the freight'are not,. a burden' on all the As to your suggestion that I hare there la nothing whatever about It to strike out 'in gold coin of the proposedto 1.837: and upon tho sario terms and:

opportunity, now, however, and take people? -Introduced a bill, resolution 01 be ashamed of ,or to conceal., The standard value' and Insert 'in present coin mbjact to the llr.-ltat: 'ons and pros :-
Inform Do you contend that the amendment on any subject, or embody United States statutes provlds for the ions of law rsg't'rtlng! the cola 1':0
occasion to give ,you come money of the standard( value of the act o
i tlon about my record which yon scan* spent, either In improvements of this ing any principle in the Democratic: establishment' and regulation of :Motional July 14. 1870.' and I?gal tender quality; of 1 geld; and ..'
platform, you know that since I haV/1 Bauks and authorize the Secretary wherever the said coins herda
.: to need, and which will serve, kind or upon public bu'ldlngo', does Senator Aldrich moved to this pro:
BO sadly been in Congress the Administration of the Treasury to designate depositories lay vided for shall be received into ttviTreaniry
i hope to correct the'r.stoundng: statemints' not adit/ to the"prosperity of workmen has been Republican and both branches for ,Government money: amendment on the table and the nay certlllcot33 may be Jssuad'herpfor

you boast oJ: having made in I artlnnns and contractors does of Congress overwhelmingly so, Years before I came, to the Senate the votes on the proposition/ to ,table were In the manner now provide ,
eechei.l not had its way into all avenues of and I First National Bank nit follows: (See Congressional Record *
your recent publIc. s : am not here for buncombe or to ot Tampa was jy law. /t; '
letter In the order : Pride does not lessen! the burdens of wnlstle against the designated one of these depositories Cong'resatonRscord
take up your wind but to < Vol. 83, page 1829. the same you Page 15S3:: ; ,
of its statements. all| as well, as, add to the prosperity ol vote my: time and best thought and energy because it was located at a point cite.) Volume] S3, will ',show: ,thatTI. *Tot-

In making statement. 1 did, via., all?' to passing measures ot-benefit whore the Government was collecting Nays "-Bate, Berry, Butler, Chllton, 1d with tho other Denocrlt9or.: ; ,fmendnent

.., "Governor Jennings says I have done Do you contend that the elgl't dol. the people of Florida." Practically and disbursing large sums of, money, Clark (Montana), Clay, Cockrell, Culberson ''\ offered: : by SenatorJGneeThe ::

nctning since 1 ha>e- been in Cvn- stats a, month In pensions for the *:>rave every proposition contained to tl/ and it was as much for the convenience Daniel Harris Jones (Arkansas ;yea votes were as. follows: 'r'" ,

no.Intention to soldiers of the Seminole Indian./War Democratic ,platform has been before of the Government as for the ) Jones (Nevada), Kenney MotCnery Yeas-Bate, Berry, Butler,' Ch'lton,
thera cu
gross, was of 185658, who risked their lives in thn Senate, hi'one ,way or'another, bank Since I have been lathe Senate McLaurin. Martin Money, Mor Clark (Montana), Clay, Cock-

you injustice: Several gentlemen; ot the common defense, and the agod and since 1 have been a member, -ano the deposits have been Increased gnn Pcttus, Rawlins Stewart, Sullivan ,ell, Cxilberscn Daniel, Harris,

unquestioned Integrity: and veracity Informed ofttimes destitute widows of the soldiers upon every one of them you stat there just as. they have been increased Taliaferro, Teller TllMaan, Tur- Hcltfeld, Jones .(ArkacEnsr. Jones (Nevada -

me. both'beorlt and after the of that war, is not a solace and meat td the contrary notwithstanding, as I understand, all over the coun ley. Senator Mallory, bemg ill and ), Kenney, McCnery, A"Laurln ,!-
publication .of the Ocala Banner let. 1 have voted In full and try. This was no privilege accorded *
strict Martin
a comfort to them 'in their old "aga acco absent, was paired to vote nay on the Money, Morgan, Pet
tei, that you bed said as' much to and a lessening of' with the platform of the Democratic: the bank because of my connection proposition. tus, Rawlins, Stewart, Sullivan. Tal-
their burdens?
them, and I will give you their names party I do not pretend to be boianonsa with It, nor was It any special source ion understand, or ought to, that llaferro. Teller. Tillman Turley Vest,

Should' you desire it. While you dieclaim to attempt leadership to the of profit, for there has never been a this vote against tabling the ajnend- Senator Mallory was absent on ac

ever having used that lanaug3 Strange, Indeed. exelwlon! I of Democratic' Senators who time in the history of the bank since ment was equivalent to a vote for tL count' of illness but paired to vote ndr

Us substance or equivalent, your letter amendment. Would you have vote yea on the. proposition.Cast .
If
you do, your 'position etrango,
to my mind, is in itself the- eaulv-- Indeed. so stranea' that I venture there; differently No Such Vote.

abut of tbat language. I are but few, if any, in Florida who- will With the Democrats Always. You say that I voted against an

You devote much space to the Flor* agree with you. But I will admit that amendment to grade National Banks
1 cite the Congressional Record iu
Ida Indian War Claim. It is a slzn- your contention generally on this proposition according to population, and cite Congressional .
further pcoof\: of my position onthe
"pie matter and a plethora of words j is In entire harmony 'with your K.I Financial or Gold Standard bill Record, Vol. 31, page 2990,

and phrases will not mislead: the pub moat unacco-intable statement that, o : Vol. 33, page 1822: Senator Teller, as your authority. Page 2890 has no t

he. The claim had been\standing tor the$1.073,930.00 collected on account a of Colorado, ,offered the following reference to the subject, but deals entirely
ot the Indian War Claim, only $450: with proceedings! of the House
over, forty years.I The people ofFlorida amend,ui.ut to the pending.bill: '
I 833 is applicable to lowering: the taxes of Representatives. I do find, however -
know this and too "Uhe .O2le
they Know
.' ; p pf the United States
and lessoning the burdens of all tn< in an entirely different place in
when and by whom the provision for are In favor of blmetallsm and desir-
'
,
i people. You'say that .
by legislative the Record that Senator Nelsoa offered
its payment was finally passed throusa .. ous of fI.1, i International agreementwith
action, upon your recommendation, : the I'ollowlng'amendn1ert to tat
Congress. I have never claimed'the r- ; tLj great commercial nations oj s
this was applied! to,the8tate'wbnndedebt. Financial or Gold Standard bill:
the word' that will
admit of the
creditor myself.nor denied to others Do ycu, mean to nay that !: use "Section 10. That Section 6138 t>t
cf Goth gold and silver such
the'credit due them. You cannot go' there had been -recommendation at an the Revised 8ttftut.es )is hereby amend
established ratio as will maintain tin
further than I in commending tue and, no legislative action the State '4/k ed to read as follow:

earnest and intelligent efforts of Senator would not have been bettor off: to tiu: and parity the between efforts of gold the and Government silver coin; Section! S13S. No association: sill) i

Pasco. and other members of extent of the sum collected?' But hereby'! pledged to endeavor to are ,, bo organized with a leas capital.

both branches of ,Congress who tell mo, please, what became of tv secure $100,000, except that banks with a capital
preceded such an international agreement' as
.me here. 'I have stated( repeatedlY I difference between that sum you mention speedily as posotbJe." of not less than $50,000 may, witn
and the $1.073,930.60 Was tbe approval of the Secretary of <
; The vote this Congroasfona:
that on entering Congress In on was (
not paid to the people of Florida, Treasury, be organized in any place
1899. 1 foTt':10 ths"nsM Record, Vol. 33, 1820)
: files as a page yeas as
either In
I money; or by settlement o tbe population of which dos! not ex-
s result of their painstaking work, ran tbe State's bonded Indebtedness: to the follows: Kate, Berry, Butler, Chan- coed C.OOO inhabitants, and except that

valuable data wtie.' cvatriouted no government and the accrued Interest dler Chilton, Clark (Montana), Clay, banks with a capital of not less than

little to the passage\ of the measure, I thereon? And, If so paid does n Culberson, Daniel Harris, Heilneiv [$25,000 may. with the sanction of the

and indeed for my-part I even accorded -, that lessen the burdens and lower the Jones (Arkansas), Jones (Nevada) Secretary oC the' Treasury, be organ-
Kenney, McEnery McLaurln;
to you-the credit for the perfunctory taxes of all the people? : Martin, ized in any placo the; population 01
Money, Morgan Pettus
Rawllns Stewart
partyou played in taking the' The State owed the National Gov which does not exced 4000, InhaK'-!
Taliaferro, Teller
Turley Ti)
warrant home. emmnnt in bonds and interest $380-: tants. No association shall be organized : -
934.CC.; By, act -Congress, approved man Vest Senator Mallory was ab in a city the population of which,
sent on account of Illness
i March :2 I, 1839 (before by electionto yit but pairedto excoeds 60.000 persons, with a capital
'Some ,Pertinent- Quectlons.Are the, Seriate) the Secretary of the vote yea.Following less than S200.000..
this
Treasury has authorized and dlrecte-J Senator Pettus, o 'I fila Is the only thing can find

you taking especial prld3 in the 'to proceo.l for Jho collection l of Stato Alabama, offered this amendment: bearing any relation to tho subjectyou

fact that the Indian War -,Claim: was bonds-owned by the Government, (Congressional Record, Vol.'33, pal mention. You must, therefore,
1829)
collected during your administration? where there walt default on the port : refer to this, and you are again entirely '
"Gold coins and silver "
and* are you offering that to the people of such State in the payment of in f dollars c" at fault and misrepresent me.
ed by'the. United
terest. Under States shall be i The object of the amendment was
of Florida as something{ with which this Act the Attorney legal tender in all
General threatened suit. The claimof payments at the"nominal merely to change the law so that National
you are especially to be. credited? 'Do o value when
not
below the
the government was a claim inlaw Banks with a capjtal of ,U ,OOO
forget, or did know,.that Gov- fi and
you you Nf weight limit of tolerAnce provided -
and equity and payment could y could be organized/: In places with a
era or Drew, and Governor Bloxham, by law for the single coin, and when
have been enforced. On the other population of 4,000 or less where, up
and Governor Perry and Governor nand, the claim of the Stifle; was one reduced in wolght below such standard to that time, no National Bank was allowed

Fleming, and Governor Mitchell all I|,Iin equity only, and its payment; was and tolerance shall bo a legal with, a capital of less than $50-

exercIsed the greatest energy in urging' dependent upon the Justice of Congress tender( at valuation" in proportion to. 000. The amendment was of Interestto

this matter 'upon 'Congress, each ill I This suit would probably have their actual weight. the rural communities, and especially

S his day, and that all of them, arhap3.-l been brought had It not been for th Senator Aldrich moved to lay this the South, and was adopted without

( made greater effort In this direction \ provision Incorporated an. Act of U..S.. SENATOR JAS. P. TALIAFBRRO. amendment motion! on,that the.table, but withdrewthe objection or division. How therfore,

than you have been known ta do? Do Congress at tht:, !instance: ,80 there was 'a direct can you' say to the people,of Florida
realize I I through the efforts of the Florida dele vote. This was recorded on the following that 1 voted against. it? After the adop-
that if the claim
you was" not gation. This pr.Pleion-stayed the suit, have grown gray in the service ot has been a depository that it has page of the Record, viz, 1830, tion of the amendment as a part or

collected during either of the. Administrations sunpose! these t>rocoe .
I have named it was not the I been stayed Instead! of receiving tent, on the contrary, and regard it & amount of the Government depos Democrats was yea. (Following Is that bill. Would you have voted otherwise

.. fault of those'distinguished and much I JCU2.91G in 'cash Florida, without receiving being to the Interests of Florida as fit If you think that my sense of ,, the vote In l detail_ : ) Ticttut'-Bate. ? The vote on the passage of

loved' sons of Florida; and that* the I 'anything, might have: been well, to llr.ten to their wise counsel e or conscientious regard for du Berry;; Butler Chilton. Clark (Mon. the bill in Its entirety was as follows

l final collection of the claim reflects compelled to pay $380,984.60. and to follow rather than to pre would be warped by a connection tans), Clay, Cockrell, Culberson, Dan- (Congressional Record, Vol. 33. page

ito more credit upon yon than upon sume to.lead. Perhaps, if like some, a National Bank, you can easily lei, Harris, Jones (Arkansas), Jones 1835)) : .

them Couldn't Have Done Less. 1 had been enraptured with the BOUU disabuse your mind of that idea (Nevada), Kenny. McEnery, McLaurm, Yeas-: Aldrlch, Allison, tteverldge,

; In connection with thIs'Jndlan.. War of my own voice, or were given .to I i'i by turning- to Congressional Itecord, Martin, Money: Morgan Pettus Raw- Burrows Caffery Carter, Clark

Claim: why is it that you seek to have You contend that, In addition to the the peripatetic practice of useless I Vol. 33, page 1833,- where you ilns, Stewart, Sullivan, Taliaferro, (Wyoming, Cullom. Davis _De-
find my vote plainly recorded In favor Teller, Turley,STillman, Vest. Senator boo, Depew ElUlns, Fairbanks,
k oa ray that the aggregate; of the various payment of the Indian Star Claim speech-malting, I mfgit: have Introduced .
J of abolishing the tax on State Da.n-'s.; Mallory was absent and Ill, but Forakor, Foster. Frye, Geat, Hale,'
appropriations for Florida, viz,, proper, you "de-nanded and'procured, such bills, even though they I I paired to vote
r about: 94,100,000, "would lower the tax, in the adjustment of the mutual account had been already before the body and (amendment that follows) : yea Hanna, Hanabrougb. Hawley, Hoar,

and Jeseen the burdens of between tha State and the United were foreordained to die In the pigeon A Test Proposition. Kean, Lindsay, Lodge. McSrlds, :Me-
63 all the States the payment by the latter holes of Republican Committee: Voted to Abolish State Bank Tarf. Coma McCumber, McMillan, Mason,
people" You- must know that I Senator Pettus Immediately 1 offered
of $88,302.11, due the school fund i- I Nelson, Penrose Perkins Platt (Con
confined,fly remarks specifically to the State $35,007.02, dua the! Trustees The Delegation a Unit. "[; ctlon 9. That sections 8412 and another amendment as follows: necticut), Platt (New York), Prltch-
___.,_. ___.___._._ ._ U _, LL. '
: I ells' vid all .. _. "That nothing_; contained In this_ act_ aril. Oiiarlca. Ross. Scott.. Sewell.Bnoup .
mo iuijuub vuiiiouji/jitiua in me total I of the Interne{ Improyement Fund on u.__ ___ _.. n to. A ft A*'" "aA'''U V'*" *AD .ft.... n. m n ..
of the Indian War Claim viz, and to I account of swamp land indemnity, and You say that I have not gotten an actor-which impose rO-H any tax upon the shall be held or construed to affect ,Simon, Spooner, 'Thurston, Wet

be exact $$1,073,920:: The l language f9,320.31:.! dns tbe.goneral revenue funj appropriation for any pace or point circulation of state Banks or State the' present legal tender quality of sliver more, Wolcott.

of my letter, quoted in :yours Is plum of Florida on general census account, west of the St. Johns River. By your Banking Associations be,and the same dollars coined by the United NaY8-Dale, Berry, Butler, Chandler,

and unmistakable. mentioned that! and' further succeeded in collecting for reading of the record what have I got. are hereby, repealed." States." Chllton, Clark (Montana). Clay'Cockroll ; '

,the total appropriations obtained for the State the additional sum of 13. ten east of that river? I say that the I,I, I voted for that amendment to the The :yea votes on this test props Culberson, pan(el, Harris, Heit-

Florida was about $4,100,00): and Inen :24S. Of course :you did, if you ,used work of the delegation is the work of financial bill. sition were as follqws (Congressional feld, Jone (Arkansas), Jones (Nevada Martin
the word "procured" an meaning "re W'ltit Record Vol. 33. page 1830)) : ), Kenney, McEqery, McLaurln.
Laid: a unit and Is not bounded by nor J]I How does that comport year
ceived." The act provided for a set": circumscribed In geographic'' lines or charge, which jou"Bay you have made Yeas-Bate. Berry, Buller, Chilton, Money Morgan, Pettus ;Rawtln
This than
means $7
more -
V per capita tlement of the .mutual account and limits I say that I assisted in gee publicly, that I have not, during my Clark (Montana), Clay, Cockrell ,Cut) Stewart Sullivan, Taliaferro, Teller,
for every man. woman and' child that the bonds of the State held In the ting every appropriation west of they Congressional service, attempted to berson. Daniel Harris, Jones (Ne- Tlllman Tnrley, Vest.
*wpMNrt t te of Florida; an the cola Indian Trust fund should vada) Kenny, McEnery McLaorln
i be surrendered St. Johns River just as my colleagues secure the enactment of any law on ,
loetl of the"Indlan War Claim, pro to the Governor of Florida. You assisted! In getting every' appropriation this subject? Martin,' Money, Morgan, Pettus Raw- Would Your Have Been Different?
,
vided the affairs of State are adminis- I would nave been derelict In your duty east of that river. 'It IB true You were once prominently connected In B. Stewart: Sullivan Taliafurro Teller "(

tared wisely!! and honestly, should if you had failed to receive the money; yon add, that you are not dealing with I with a bank yourself. I understand : Tillman, Turley, Vest. Senator You have proclaimed that my votes .,,

neve,the effect of lowering taxes and but, even in that event, the Government what has been done by the Florida and surely you do not mean to say. :, Mallory was absent on account of ,> on some of these propositions were

lessening the burdens of all the peepie under the law, would have found delegation-that you ,are 'not a candidate that a connection of;*his Kind would ness but paired to vote yea -on tae wholly wrong. Would yours have

a way:: to settle the account and too I against the delegation. But let disqualify: a public 'officer: ftom the ,proposition been different? And would you have.
r State would have loss. 1 Senator McLaurln offered the follow- been recorded In the Gold ,Standard
no
Buffered
4 reiterate now that every: dollar me tell you that the record of the delegation faithful discharge of his official duties .
repeat, therefore that you could not is one and inseparable.. If ? lag amendment ,to the same bill Congressional column
of the Jodlsn War Clalm-U.073,390G6
very well have done less. system of reasoning be sound Record, Vol. TJ. page 183%): Referring to the Congressional Record
-ihonld ,.have the effect of lowering o !;! very one of tbe sums you mention your 1 quote tram your letter the follow "SecMon fl, That Section 34T3 n" ,(Vol. :U5 pore: IOS1J you say. : ...'
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find Mr. Fuller: letter In ft A WHISTLER STORY. OUR FIRST HUNT CLUB. WORKING OFF A GR.OUC"' ,
Tallaferro's. Reply. therefrom the following: r AMERICAN\ BEAUTY.

,"1 earnestly .but respectfully protest The Cllmnx of a Ulo.ev In Honor .r It W.. Orv.. ... f. r..n..I..a.. : Tho, Operations: of a e'urloa> Pbaae
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.1 bat taerfrpiatlorm seeking to uplift on behalf of these organisation: the Boccnlrlo: 'ArtUt. Away Back !., 1TOU. o< ......... Roitare -
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the"condition of the Americanworklhgman against that part of the pending bu, ,At the close of the cane of Whistler The year 171KJ 1 lit far back., but It Isinteresting John was '!rrool'htlud;. cross! and .
"calls for the creation 01 (S 5G9)) which proposes to place the anutust Uuxklu.! the former, finding to think that the mutterIngs found fault with his dinner Ills wife '

a Department of Labor in charge of a Department of Labor under the De himself very much In need of rest and of the coming war storm 't'relOt surveyed him calmly. ,
Secretary with a seat In the Cabinet, partment of Commerce. '*' It Is tile s ..m : 'h ..9S' "
so eugrOMHlug even tbeu but that
ivfrtaliou. decided to make a southern :yet
while when the bill "I know there la 1 some reanoh
you. to create a hope of the laboring people of this fur .
of
his the 1'pllu.yl"l1uI4'Ouhi
Venice sportsmen-
When he arrived In
Department of Labor1 and Commerce country that an independent Department trip. attention wore your'-your-wbot hull) I 'calllU"' Well L ,
American friend thoujibt to cheer, him tUtu thelj to a nysteiu
'was under consideration ",
voted for
an of Labor having a Cabinet on for your' unhappy frame* of ui'.ift site
little dinner In his honor; atlc oncunlzatlou) of their fort. 1InthlU:
amendment to strike from the tit< by giving a
: cer as its official head pay be creat
sold. 'Probably things, havegone
bidden several ,friendsof forces and then established the drat .
to which
(ftalics mine). the words 'labo: 'and I ed. This element of our citizenship were ,
thus disregarding ,the plattorm, an I comprising as it does the great majorIty tIle artist/ principally; Americans hunt club In the country, tbe triouces--''' wrong at the office but why should .r':
especially the Interests of the laboring of our population certainly wor and some few Italian During the! ter Hounds. Not that this was the beginning 70U'Owe borne to work off your ungt-r' 4

people of J:!:>r1da." thy of such recognition, and that, too,,, meal there arose a discussion wblcb I of the sport In Pennsylvania on mel Iit uot to blame IK the lllglJt- .

by 'this Congress:. left no ripening for Mr. Whistler to that eminently horse loving country est It's a curious trait of buiiiua nature h 1 1I

Misquotes! the Record Twtoe. This letter wag dated January 2' nue upon bin'' boat one of those keen. for fox hunting bud held r high place that when one b'UI-bI'f, >u whipped ,lie at,

1902 or at the time the bill was pend, Incisive vejtml; thrusts' peculiar to him. lu the pastimes of the people many a once! wants to turn around and wblp I I
Ton have here misquoted the flee Ing In the condition referred to. which left wounds extremely difficult 'year before. It was rather the IT!- somebody else. ; .. / ,. ,..

brd .twice. '. A bill to create a Depart When the majority thus voted down to henl. The wbol" company 'was I deuce that the sport had become ;sir 1m, "I suppose that trait wu :Tpft] out of ,
nentof Labor and Commerce the proposition to allow the Depart host I smiled that It needed .
waa n startled but the merely portaut synteuiatlzlng.so your nature," remarked John. t sarcas
thentunt5: < consideration. Tho' ment of Labor to remain an ludepen. seeming to notice only the brilliancy of :. that districts might bl'tboroutbly; tlcully. -l 1 .'

'"under. considerationwas; "a bill to dent Department of the Government, the attack Presently, however' the : bunted In turn uud conteutloiiK! rivalry "Sojndecd." replied his wife. "WbenthlDlt1l i I*, 4r4rUv ..
croatet1r Department of Commerce:' the bill was amended by adding to eta dinner IUIIK(* to an end and the foreign .and clashing dulvn IM* avoided. go wrong In tbe kitchen I am AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLI 426 ,

The in'. words"'Labor'and": did not appeal title and words "and labor;' and add guests took their Icuro. Then,the host All the early fox bunting rubs' hud, rather Inclined! to- scold! the ,'blIdJI..nIt ..' KtlamuM Canal C:., Sole MikcrtA.T3EVT

Its be title and-heace there could properly ing to the body of.the bill those word turned upon Mr. Whistler and In. A' their origin\ In the preexlttlng"owner, ;you reprimand me for extravagance, UNtflJUHT COMING IfiT
no;nptton "to strike JTom the title <-
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;Vordi that wherever the words "the Department voice trembling with suppressed! anger. ship,,of ,11 tM'lItl'r'or' lean ninnttrr of my luipulxe I la to fuss with the first ALL THE NEW SHAPES.,
; were not !in it. The mo of Commerce" appeared. There .
wan .
said bounds by owners., livery cou -
to'sUlke : prKnte pwrsoit I I meet. If I have been out
tiOn'was': from the body of not a dissenting vote nor single objection the We! Are Exctu Ive Agent '
"Jimrale, do you know that yon ,brutally slderuble Iniidoxyner KOiitU vkepttheiu cnUingand return houielnte-to> dinner.I .
the bill the words "Deportment of Lt to this amendment and labor """---" }
bor and Insulted me tonight/ ,.npJ, good dogs they were not feel very' much: Inclined to rate you
Pettus in accordance. It was made with by the Senator clean- was thus given as much dignity an "1'l'8." replied the artist thoughtfully."Well. always orthodox, cording to the for coining. home so .cUily. I've watched Campbell & .Untler.CCjNSTANTiNOPLE. .
Importance In. the
as possible now Department ." continued the "I held standard of the Belvolr and the
best Quant thissame trait In the ehlhircnWben .,
expressed wtshea of officials of great of the Government. It w -, "
and representative labor be my temper while then were others ot todny 'but nevertlieli hounds derived I" !sold Alice she always Oiidt .
organizations, seen, therefore that instead '
and for this motion I cast my vota voting against the interests of labor, 1' tbbn' our own countrymen present,' but from the bent Knicllsh nnd Eu accaslon to' shake! Maud on the sly If .

aye. (Congressional Record, Vol. 35, as you say I did I voted in accordance do you know'what I shall do 1f ever "ropean stock and continued by judicious you "})link JIui, be generally goes out It .... Perhnt* hv Fln.. Site For a
page) JOSl:/ '. with- labor's clearly expressed wishes I you rpenk to we like that agar?" ,' selection! of those1 wbo showed tad wakes faces at the !little girl nerves City ). lb. W rl". "

The words in thQ; body of the bill in and endeavored aa well, to carry ""'bnt?" he Instincts) by conformation suitable'' the- way. If the children come home Constantinople looks uiucb better

this connection were: I I into effect the tooth**,t l the Democrat "I'll grab thE nearest water bottle to tbe country In wblcb they were from school saying 'teacher was awful from the Tenter than It duet when view.
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"That the Department of Labor, and i ic party. and smash> If over your bend," called upon to work. Washington maybe cross' fodoy.' I Jump to tbe coiicluxlo', ed nxhoiv. The tourist Who touches at

the -office of Commissioner of Flab I Tue. r"" ;gf. the'C company sat quite quoted 'an one "of"the noutberners that the principal I bud ,been trltlcUlnti: : the !port, remain, 011 board and seen the

and,.Fisheries and all that pertains to I Let the People Judge. still, horror \iul dismay In'their hearts. who kept bound and hunted tlieuf too. the!' teacher. If you tell me' I'm not city only fiuiii the sea retains an entirely -

the,same. be and the same hereby ate, wblle their angry boat glared across Lafayette* moreover sent hl>! from 'economical. I know you" have- just Buffered different Uuprenftlou from that of

placed ,under the Jurisdiction and t have gone at some length Into the table at his jintaxonlnt. After, 'a'i France a splendid pack of .French fox from 'a slump Jn the stock market him wbo ,"04'.;uxliore._ Been from, the,

made a part of the Department o! these matters in order that the pea few aPl.'ondlilli r. Whistler'said In a tone |jound.. with ,junlltlen vrhlc-U Htlll! further and I _suppose ,after you'-and I water.' .cou tautllloJl(" U very beauti c

Commerce.: pie of Florida may judge as to whether of childlike Innocence: helped to complete the most .perfect have bad a little heated dlncjitmlon you; ful. Seen from the shore It Is the

ri The labor organizations were opposed I or not I have been: true and loyal "Tben I know what I'll do. V." never,1)| animal for Anierlcna fox bunting go down to tbe office nnd make thing aputlinwlH. At verytlilpx; that U Ulthy

to having' a then Independent Department to the principles of 'the great Democratic lay anything nice that to you again."- .the ArufilCHn liouiuJ. unpleasant for'}the clerk: "Y and foul. I do uot'miy that It 'Is unworthy

7' ;; of Labor placed In and un party in which' they have v, London Academy. From ,tlie' forniatlou of the. liloui-en- To be track with you.. Mary."' mild of.n 'vldlt. but I do say, that he

,'der tJie.;Jurisdiction of the Department interest. ? I have stated repeater ter 'Vox-": Hound clnl In 1TUU until todn'1If'lubA John, "I do not often thud you guiltyof who"..tny,. on board '{III take away .aulucbmorv"

I .of CORIm&l'ceanl1 waa to .see 1 that Senator it would,Pettus'motion not that I stand before them upon my too Coort.hlp.ls C........ ,have played the west 1m- ,working off'a grouch on me.Tell plctuifwine/ IUlprP llton.

< be 'BO subordinated, The Department ord. In their intelligence In their After ,the evening meal I.I. finished ",portant part In |preserving .the. sport me what you do luxtead." The site of Constantinople 1s Ideal.

,of Labor as it then existed was a sep I sound judgment in their!; sense of jus, tUe-"pidre"' may got to (bin club or cafe, and! regulating! Its, practice. Not nil Mary; smiled demurely. "I I ,wait until, There In probably nu flour: nlfe ,for a
arata. and distinct department of the i tlce I have an abiding faith. I leave while tie Indies betaketlivmaelves' to clul b" :of equal linpoitam-e. It In true. you go,out of'the house; then I run for city 111 '"tbe world. It la situate'oh tbe

Government and "created upon the requests them to judge as between you and me. the large, open bay window., Lamps but till! of.the same spirit.-Illustrated my room. Io<'k .the'door. throw 1I1.1t'on 8I>>1PO"1I1. Ia'tweeen ,the Medlterrnnc>

of the great labor organizations 1 have accorded fair treatment to you are placed near.: them and us you .wander ." Sporting' News tb..loUr.b. burrow my hend In tbe and the. Hlntt seas. 11. lieu between Ku-

of the country, which hoped eventually ,, and to all my opponents and while | through,, tbe'Btreets'you, plainly! ; see : pillow and hure a* good cry."-New rope nnd Asia for Scutari Is part,..of
to sea Jt| equipped with Inviting the closest possible scrutiny ,York Press.HEALTH'S. and Hcutarl In the
what it still into I everywhere at the height of:your:own Growth of tho Ha..... Heart Constantinople on r
ask
lacked vtz the for my record at least that that Asiatic ...hOJ'C'. It U cut off natural .
; :, right its secretaryto eyes and quite near enough for a bondibnkp A pclentiaif analysis of the growth of by
hare a place in the Presidents record be not misquoted that my DECALOGUE. boundaries Into 1
\ long'ovs/ of these groups of wo- I tbe'''' human bedrt demonstrates the fuct municipal divisions.for
'..Cabinet: in order that the counsel of i i votes be not misstated and that the won,pow=: guyly ,and .often brilliantly 'that' the Increase is greatest and moat / the, Golden Horn divides Stanibout.

,Labor might be heard upon all great i record all In all, from the beginningof dresspd.-HJtpkly!' powdered and bedeck-1 I I rapid durUjr the first and second' L Rise early retire early and fillyour the MolmniiiipJiin.. from Oalutn. theCbrl..tllll1.
years '
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questions! of law equity and economicsIn my service in the Senate to the wills divides
Ml with tbe"quaint old jewelry of the day work. city. So. tbe Bosporus
of life. Its bulk at the end of the second
which labor' has vital interests. present day be fairly read. country. ; 'i year being exactly double what It 2. Water und bread maintain life! Scutari' the Asiatic from Constantinople /

My duties here render It-lmposslbl Then 'by end by a young irnn appears originally was. Between the. second pure ulft and sunshine are Indispensable -, tbe EJrOf'lan) city; yet all
See What Mr. Gompera Says.' ble now for me to name dates and ,, these make
In font of almost every window and seventh jcnra It Is again doubted: to health. of places one great city
places for the discussion of political and converges with those Inside.' Inmost in size. A slower rate of growth then' .- 3. Frugality and sobriety form the under the general'nnme of Conllta ntl-

Honorable Samuel Gompers president I questions. I hope however to be in cases he Is the suitor for the hand sets In and continues during the period best elixir of longevity. nople. And this II'l'f'lItIt7o Is guarded
; of; the American' Federation o1Labord"wrtting Florida In a few days and you will of tbe dn : also by nature. It him the sea of Man
11 "-: of one u'jthtp\:. of the totwe. of maturity of otber, portions of the 4. Cleanliness .preventsrust: tbe-tieat 1
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Senator
--.."pro tempore, of the Senate Frye; preaIdent under find me ready and willing and prepared Evening,: after evening he thus pays body. After' the fifteenth year up to cared for machine* l'la t tbe.longest.B. ,mom close. nt bund, with fortifications
to defend
my record when his her nt ellluT end of tbla treat water. highway / -
to for
date of January 20 ;}903. and referring however respects family, standing the fiftieth the-nnnunl growth ,of the Enough Bleep -pitlra.vraafe attt>,
wherever
ever and
: ,to the then status of the bill ni, whomsoever: assailed. o, ours on till' sidewalk till the day arrlven heart Is about .001 of.a cuble Inch; strengthens; too much skew"e of ten .rendering" the city unasHalldble' .
tills protest: when, the mother of his adoredone I the Increase ceasing about the fiftieth had enfeebles by sea. It hits a peninsular conformation
*'... Respectfully )yours believes the fact of his courting! which nlno renders It, properly for*
The creation of the Department of JAS. P. TALIAFERRO. year C. To be sensibly; dressed Is to give
1' Commerce; with the provision for the her daughter' mtflU'lently advertised to freedonr to one's movements and tlflett. Inip-ftrnnble by land as Well" aa

,. 'subordination of the Department f TIME TO HEDGE the neighbors! as well as to the com- T.. D.a.... enough wnruitb to be protected from by oeiu .It hi I 11" If Fan' Francisco were 1"

,' Labor, will minimize the importanceof munity nt large: Then only the' doorsof In answer to u correspondent a newspaper sudden changes of tf' pern1ure. to tare batteries of heavy artillery allurotiml -

/ Labor's Interests- and mlnlmlzetnef I Bookmaker" Wooldo.II '* Lead Mover, the. IIOUBP are thrown open to him..., says: "Tbe deluge mentioned. In '7. A clean dud cheerful house makes her water front from India

I present Department of.Labor. Agalnnt I I r but Gave Good Ad v..,... Otto von Gottberg, In Harpers Magntslne. the Bible was threatened IIY the year A happy home. basin to. thE prcvldln. from the prenldlo r'

such a'proceedure, In, the name of I Il I I r Spverof turfmen were dl'fcusulng! the 1730 B, C. and began on 'Dec. T, KVjQ 8. The 'mind Is refreshed and Inrlg to Lake Merced nod ben across the
l American Labor, I enter by most sol. :' sharp methods of a certain IxtoUiunker B. C.. and continued 877 days. The ark neck of jM'nlnlOulatrom Late Mer.ced -
An Btera Drealc.. orated by distractions and amusement.
\ '* flt. ,. it !1.:1., therefore: to India hnslD.' With all these factors
"emn prot : rested on Mount Ararat on May 0.lu.s .
bin lendng.
I 1 who add to Income by money! "She's a girl utter his jg!.wn heartbe but abuse of them leads to dissipation
urgently' requested, that 1n the event I | \ He was conceded to be u bald snys/ ," f : ,but Noah did not leave It until and dissipation IQ vice: In Its favor no wonder that Constantinople ,,
Honorable Senate should I ban been looked '
that the ,, with. Dec. IS following. Any reader who always b;
man to deal "Yes. rind be'e'man
after mon
hef love
: 0. Cbevrfuluvss makes of life.
deem: it wise to enact Senate Bill Ideal sitE for That
i' bet'Sb Imagines that It would be an easy task upon ox nn a city.
"But I'll that I run borrow
ey. and love of life Is balf of )health. Ou
that the of Labor should have battled t
689 Department details over
so rums
to figure tlncwr from n Biblical umny
$1,000 from him on :;>iinl recognizance "But know
.niyvtH It's the
whispered on t
you the contrary suduesa and discouragewent '
as constituted be "eliminated for hundreds of
now' may
," sold one quiet that f be hasn't any money," account con find a basis f6r'bis calculations hasten did age; Byzantium no many
from it* provisions. I r In the.seventh and eighth chapI years Is not anrprlsingArgonantWISDOM
answered the crowd elmultnneously.
I "Done! "Well. It's 0' W ,
notorious fact that
"
vTnus. labor; having protested Ala. Do you gain your living by your
Genesis.
I tore of _
and us he,could only stake Imnn't any heart."-Homton Post.
through Honorable Samuel Qompers, Intellect? Then do not allow your\ arms
president ,of the American Federation one bet they'pooled against him aud legs to grow stiff. Do you earn OF NOVELISTS.. I
of ,Labor, and through Honorable H. Thinking: be bad a sure thing/ }w went Aa :!III--- your bread by your pickax T Do not
,
I Adam Invented all the different "
R, Fuller, representative of the Brotherhood off with ,accompanying committee i forget, to 'cultivate your whet und to way
to the" lender In which M younjc man can make a fool .
Locomotive : see money
of Engineers, the enlarge your thought.-Kreuih Medical
'Brotherhood of Locomotive- Firemen, 'j "Mr. Cusb" (Unit wasn't his nnmc) hi''llaid. r Review. of blniwir.-tl.. U lx>rlmer. t

the Order of Railway ,Conductors, the'' "these gentlemen have bet me lFN7EI .. -T.r I The man,who overentlmntes the foolishness

Brotherhood of Railway 'Trainmen and, $coo that I cannot borrow $1,000 from The Helodemra.The of'other IM hluixelf the biggestfool

' a tlfli( "'"Order .of:.. Railroad Telegraphers i you. I don't need thy money, but youI venomous! llzurd.4ielodermr : con
I and: through others who stood I'let me have It for a day and I'll. divide To All Our Subscribers ,ha tbe warm rone.between the''Cordllle- Tell the truth. live openly and stick I

for ,the interest of labor against allowing tlje bet with you," rail of Central America. and the Pacific to your friends-that'll the whole of-the ,

the words! referred to to- remain The committeegaiiped}. but the effectof ocean. It secretes a poisonous saliva best morality In the .world..-Surah
in ,the bill, thereby subordinating ii the- cool proposition was unlocked and has the curious habit -throwing Grand. '

labor to the jurisdiction the Department I for. I Instead or jumping: tbe cbance Itself on Its buck when struck, Ittt bite Every wrong bring with It Its own x

) of 'Commerce/ Senator Pet Mr. Cash buttonholed bin Interlocutor 2 Is'not always no dangerous as popular pun lull n tent. It may be' added that It

tan. on January 2/1./ 1902.,'(Congressionat 1 and laid: GREAT' opinion makes It. and after sererr painIt .frequently leaves U at the'wroag boose. 'e

"'I Record,, ,VoU 35, page 1050) movedto "Did yon make that bet?,.' often rapidly heals. *. Recent observation Barry Palo. "

;" strike: from the BODY of the BUI ,"I did" show jml"'the'sallrn Is sometimes With good huk one"can aceompllsn "'

.- NOT ITS TITLE, the- words "Depart "You bet $ OO that you could. borrow very polsonou.*,nnd somettaieii very InoffenHlve. anything, but good luck Is Just one of '

Tr 'ment, ot Labor and. therefore thafthe money from me?" The poison acts by;coagulntK the things tbat cannot; be arranged for,

You: representatives;will readily see of, labor ,did, hot' "'Thut'e what I did." : AIyIERIC N,1 log the blood and first Increasing then even by the cleywest people.-Fruntt*
; r ..R01.FMMER.
d, wish the Department of Labor cam "Then." In a whisper! "go and bedge." diminishing the Irritability of the' fort Moore. '

L Into the Department of Commerce, -New York,I're".. nerves. Really iwnnUtulJblnga-jan't go out. --1
,
");and, it must be,.quite as plain' to you They away disappear for a little while i,, '
" that the words "Department of Labor Where Tb....'. tWIll T.....'. a Wa,.. Rtilnln tho Llomlt. but they, must tome. batk. It's: only tur \
and' tad been eliminated iron: "One of those things wblcb go to "Do 't you think that tile Ideals of agly things that stay out after they* \I
,
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the body.of_the',,bill, as contemplated how that where there Is a will thereIs statesinanxblp are higher. DoW then had IbVlr day.-W. I). UfaW"m'- "

by the amendment ,of Senator Fettus, a wily Is well exemplified by. a 1NDIAI4APOLIII. INDo they used to bet** Blow lu fortuluK. iwlft In acting;
k the wishes of the representatives 01 happening In a certain southern city** I" "Sure they are. answered Senator- slow In ninklujs, wlft lu Working; slow
labor would' hare been met. and the said a well known former ralh-oiiV, .Le.dlng Aa.Ullur.1 ..........1.' the Nadlon IIdlteclb: on .11.101. Sorghum. "I've known the time when to -the itunimH. swift down the other

a :Bureau ,of.Labor:allowed" to remain In l, man. "A man Before his marring bud T C.orpa of Wrher. $tio0\ was considered- big money.' Now slope; It U the way oT nature and the

an, independent state. purchased n beautifully located lot In you'mrn't\ gets! man that amount. to of the .banian mlud. Anthony
way
The yea vote 'recorded on Senatot the city cemetery and paid $100 for It. t. anything to.look at less than 10000." Hope. ,

Pettus'. :amendment was! as follow.tConcrea.lopa awblle be married and ten i WITQIN' -Wnehirt too Star
some
Record.,"Vol. 35, pag105lth After TOE. NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER Why do people with .Immortal souls ,
or twelve years afterward died and spend their lIy_ In leaving, tiny oblongs -
Rwea11. !
cite)
same you : was burled ID'tbe aforesaid beautifully the Rio R.ella
; Bacon. Bate, Berry. Blackburn, Two for Price of One remartsbW. In of pantebonttl on other people ,
"I don't
located and his see anything
lot. grave was carefully i '
Montana) CocfcreU. Dub>ls with (Immortal! lOOul.whom they scarcely
Clark ( > '
tended for awhile by his widow. THE JIANNEI' the leading" and THE AMERICAN tbat mule, said the prospective" pur. and don't : "
Gibson. Harris.; Hawley, Heltfeld, county paper, FARMER" '" know ear a straw about?
Jones (Arkansas). McLaurin (Mississlppl When the ,big fair came off In, Chicago chanen: "except that lie's stone blind. Robert Hlcbens.. ,,
"
and all tbe world was en route to that Both One Year "Yes. sub. replied the mule's Proletor. )"'-
Pettns Rawlins
"
Morgan. ---r---
Mallory
); 'Tlllmanj Mecca the widow took a notion *sl>. m.t 00 "be blln In his eye but you'ilvs' A Itaee of Hacked ....
Taliaferro,
You; will see. 'therefore, that you must see that show, As a result: ot' along f 'for otter .se him feel fer you, wid his The Totutrait of tbe :nbara are one

the Record at cogitation: over ways and mellt.8be I" heels!"-Atlanta Constitution.Prodi of the most curious races of mankind
'doublymisquoted new.nbacrlhern ,
have This unparalleled offer la made to all and all old ones who ""
well as misrepresented me. had tbe body of her deceased bus- pay up all urreitrs and renew, bngluolov January. 1, ltM.\ Address: The men never expose their face to ,. u '
.. band exhumed and railroaded nfty With the Brt ... public view They always wear a

:.. '. ''' -. M .....Evldance 8t lf. miles away and rebutted at. a, cost of I "Do yon think It pomlble for n mob I cloth mask even when they are eating "

.*, ?. '.. about $i5 when abe 'sold the .cemetery THE : ,CHIPLEY BANNER, who In clever wltb the bm h.to innkr and Bleeping. It to said that only; done
lot for JiJOO and.. bad"It'good old 'a. living 'theme, days* asked" for'd-!
::If you need ari., further evidence ail white traveler bat ever ,seen, a
'" time'at the Wsf world fair. Somewhat Chlpley Fla. tonnged artli>t. i, '
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to the wishes af labor on this subject, .r Touarag unmasked. They think they
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"' turn. to, Congressional Ree of ,A financier, wasn't she?"-. I .Y..." renponded. the I."Y1Ipll"7nl-i. "'' are dishonored If their faces are un
you 0a4 .. .
New Orleans Times-Democrat. -- __---- eI be la n' bootbla t."Phlladclpb'a'.' Ret .
.' : ord ypl/35, page IJOlj where you will ",' f covered ,
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[ .....rIlL Theo Ne'wwate4 t..5&11I1'.

< Turning to his private secretary .1 Shortly after the expiration of THE BANNER. 1

the senatbr-elect asked : his term as Governor oi Virginia. | .. I 1

Have drawn my salary UP to General Fitzhugh: Lee decided to Church: Directory Sued Rcr LH+ from Itaamenla Rood Results In Every Cast I;!

? date?". t tf rest for a few weeks, and selected lit M.and E.3rd Church/Sunday;South.at U=.Preaching. M and 8;every p. m. "My wire bad a term stuck of Pneu. Dr.C.J. Bishop,Agnew< Mich.,writes:

"Yes, sir." t, Palm Beach, Fla., as the place, Q. N. Wltil4, Pastor.. tnonla which followed a ease of La Grippe "I have used FOLEY'S HONEY AND

"And have I. received a check 'ex-President Cleveland having so Sabbatb School IO a. m R.I. Miller, and I believe that FOLEY'S HONEY TAR In-three very severe cases of pneumonia ;S
'' that for a' few SuperJnU-ndent.: AND TAR saved ber life," writes James with good results In ',
*Iron: the man I am to appoint to' selected place Prayer Meeting. Thumdaf nights. every case
;! the postmaaterahip at Bell's Cor-!weeks'; sojourn. General Lee's Young Mco's prayer meeting Tuesday Coffee, of Raymond Missouri. ',

L ners?" emoluments as Goverhor had not night Everybody. : cordially Invited. .-.

"Yes; sir." been very large, and be vas not Baptist'Cbnrch-Pfeachlnif' every 2nd

"And does thai exhaust the of S' kjngan expensive hostelry. end 4lh Sunday. S. B. Kogvrs" pan tor. .
? ttubbath School 3 p, m J. U. Foil: cute
ficial places' I have at my disposal :: juperlntcneent.Pruver .

( ?" I- Meetlna Wednesday nights.Fovtofllce ; PNEUMONIA ;

"Yest sir." loan, evening Palm Beach, and, Directory

We w''l aft I registering at-the hotel be-
"Very well the 1. .
Office hours 7:30: a. m. to as: p. m.; except !
now go,dpwn! to the capital and Ii ing eaco.-ted with great attentiont /Hun lavs. .
suite"with tbs: notice oil the Kast-hound mall closed at 10SO ..m Irf
i, will l take the oath of office. t a West-bound mall close' at 0:3Ou.m. ,

dear: : The price of these roomsis Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a.m.. '

.#' ---.........., ,- .' .... one hundred dollars per day. andleaveeat2in.dully.= except/Sundays:
Mall from Orange llllIUayhead,1t. \, ,
.
late for to atteMpt '
"It -
too .me '
was '
Andrews arrives ate p.m., and leaves at .
to make any change; bc- a.m. dailY, except Sunday. t.'
,
FEMALE ',id.s, I was given to understand! tend:Sunday from 5:30 hours p.m.: 0:00\ to7:15.s. m.p.m.to 11:30 a. m., .. I ..

WEAKNESS t lit the rooms were especially Money Orders Issued at all hours when. '.
prepared for the ex-Governor of office Is open except Sundays. .
,
Ml 1-1 eo..P8'. J. M.: ALLEY P. M. f fI
POKTUKD MAI.., Oct.17..... Virginia. One hundred dollars
I _.....Id.r Wine ot CUni" < MIMH.OTto Half that I tumbled .
night -
c an/ doctor'. medlata.i 9qr nod per day! Our clubbing: LI.a.I .
and I know wheraof I peak. I.uf- and tossed, "thinking about
.rd for nln.montli' trllk ..apprawwlnumitrnktwn BANNKB and Semi-weekly Atlanta
wh.oU oomplvtaiy pro 1 the price of those rooms and I: Journal, per year sL.75BANNERand1'hrlca '
leafed miss( (Imin woaUlaboot(Iv'oaghbeak Cvondering Where I going to I -week New York
my and vldos and 1 would b.... was : .
bitudlarf hudMihMk Mr limb would let the I finally cone World per year. 91.65.
money.
wall ...> and I would feel mo week I BANNER: and Seml-wepkly TJmesUnon OJ
a eonld act tend op. I Btiuntlly <.ltduooBfK eluded that the only thingleft for and Citizen, per :year 11.60. t

th.<-help|,of.d for phyftioian I MMnad; bat to be Wine beyond of me .was to tjuit the hotel without HAS&KB: and Home and Farm. per year

.OanhU, oame.a Oo J-.ond to ...... I ois of time,.as it would certainly 11.25
J.1a'tuuig-e tar the baiter within m
......... .After je bebe.th the dignity of an ei.ioverjior -
wekhw.ubennngg Official Call For County Democratic -
', 1 i.I._ trnated the of Virginia to ask for
#onlee I oraallT lid and soon beoameregnlar Prfmarle
-: and without pain. wish inytbirg cheaper than the rooms
i : Oudal! lmplT wondarfpl and I Pursuant to the vail of the Democratic
that aU .enering..omen knew. of Itarood ':opt c a ly assigned to him, Ac- Kxei.-iitlvB Committee' 'of the State of
,94E r quaUUee.Traaeorar cart ing v I arose at an earlyour Florida county primaries are hereby.

h ...:."
,Fortlaad' JODOmJo x-cv.e to the office. I informed 'Crttidldiitrs txrttloaftflr ntlonnd.

the clerk that I bad banged my Section That prlmurlv accordancewith
v I the call made by thA Slate Dem. Ex. -
1 Periodical headaches tell of fe- p-; gram, and was obliged to Com. shall, be bad throughout: the county Y
male weakness. Wine of Cardui have on the next train, and that Washington, In each of the precinct.
cures permanently nineteen out of I bill of mild| county at the usual places of ,
every twenty cease of) irregularmenses I wished my at once. lioldluv elections, on Tuesday, Slay 10th "
bearing down pains jor *' 'Why Governor! exclaimedthe 11)01) ; and In the event any county candi
date for any county ofllcn fall to receive
female weakhesn. If are clerk 'your su den departure
any you
a majority of the votes cant for such olllce
discouraged and doctors have will prove.a great disappointn on said day, that a .second primary shall
failed, that is the best reason in t a1 expected to re- be held at the voting places and under
,e we you
the world you should try Wine of the sain" rules governing the first prim .
Cardui now. Remember that trainseveral weeks. ar on Tuesday Juno 7th; only tho two
s headaches mean femalo weakness. 'I am'sorry, too,' I said 'but highest I candidates ot the first primary f '> ', ., "
Secure '1.00 bottle of Wine oft shall lio voted for In Said second primary. :'I. ; : : '
Cardui A today. I must: leave on tha\.ten o'clock lSo'c.2. That those, and only I those, whore .: >.. (. ... :: ; J; :';:t .::
I to Democrats shall entitled
l I t a .> 1i deed was sorry e be to vote In "

II l 1 a c, bu t -there was that hundred said:; prlmarten.Sec.. 3. That. In said primaries Democratic 4 ea.. ,', t >. ''':....,:,'v"'I:; r '''r.'r. ., _
J
11Io dollars a day, which I knew J candlaat.es for the following olllces \ .j'i") ,
could not shall be voted for, viz.: One State Sena .::, '. ,.
pay. .
.y : WIN'ECf'J tor, one Representative one Sheriff, one '; I
.... '
"The clerk,"however, made ,no Clerk one Tax:<1 Assessor, one Tax Collector ; ; \
Treasurer Judge I ..........-:-- ....
move, and I reiterated my request one one County .. .

for my bill.]] one County, live Supt.members Public Instruction of Hoard OIIHXtirvnyor of \ / "'*'" ..... J

CAR un 'That's all right,' replied the County Commissioners, thrne mombers.of Cured of.Terrlb! Cured When Vary Low With :
clerk. 'Mr. I"Iaglerleft" orders Hoard of Public Instruction, one Jesttca Cough ... nf the Peace lu each of tbn-several.Iun- N. Jackson of Pneumonia
J ii as! soon as we heard that youw tli-n districts, ono Constable for each of Danville 111., writes:
several J district of i 'Mjr daughter bad a severe attack of) / J. \P. Bryan 'of Lowder 111. writes:
r : coming that there-was tote the A ... ..._ _. the county.CfU. Y.. "" ..__ __'" __ L__ t'..__ .._._ L .,. __ ___ .
V 4 hat law voters Ul the county ; wii juu a terrible cough on uc C' my uiuo boy was very low wiin pneu-
{ no charge as long:; as you remained shall also at the same time and In the t
tried
l \ J. J lungs. Wp a great many remedies monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave t
D ONES.. with us, whether one dayor same manner from their.select respective by majority precincts vote oneper"n as without relief. She tried FOLEY'S him FOLEY'S HONEY AND ffAR. '

six weeks.. We are sorry that County! Executive CommlttOBinau, from HONEY AND TAR which cured her. The result was magical and puzzled the

1 I I A1TOUNEY-AT-L.AW you can't rernain.' "-Success.AVKUTEO. their' respective product*. She has never bean troubled with .cough doctor, as It Immediately stopped the ).

J CliU'LEl, FLA. ... 1 .. become Sec. 5.a That candidate each. for person any of desiring the offices: to Ince." racking;cough and be quickly recovered. i

TUAnl\!:( : shall, on or before the Oth day of April!', ', 1,
1 BUELb COOK I' "Ju.t In the nick of time our tittle boy A. D. 1UOI. file his notice of candidacy
Law, WA ."\lcd." write Mrs. W. Wttikms of with the chairman of the committee, In SOLD AND RECOL EKDED BY .. .. 1I
_, Attorney
? I'.essunt City, ottlo. "I'nt-umonla bid which bli( shall state lri"wrltlnlthat: ha. Is {
'' '....: 'PLOnJOA.I : ....
C eIY. |played ..ltl halt,with him! sod! terrible a white Democratic citizen of Washington :i.-. '
I M1- I <3+'Omce: up.t.lr. la Well building. oouth let In t besides. I> Chlpley, Via. Vr BUMCK, Vernon Fla. ,f
I but be icruw worm every- dare At Icnffib omoe of (stating what olllce): 'that bn
c Careful' att Coilrcttets. all .matter, entrusted we tried Ur. Kin,,'. NBW Dlecovi rjr for pledges his' support to the nominees of) ,
to mv cam mida.Avent In-I I Convumptioiv, end our darling wit 4Vt"t.. these primariesund he .shall accompany rerelva IT the sum of $1.0P) each for their per zens whether they have paid their poll BO YEARS I
,l fur rwiponHlljte. time End 8teeted. He' uoyv .wiiiDd and we'll. F.v..r3'bftt1y .such norlcn. with cash' to the amount of diem service.Seo. taxes or not-but they cannot vote unless EXPERIENCE
uranco cumpanluaiA lou"bt |n JKm>*, It's the onlv sure cine for thn-sum assoMcd against candidates for I 19. Each Committeoman' Is chanted their poll taxes are paid as requiredby
Ciuli.,,rrrdrt. unit. \ nil long dlnentes. Onar. such office as he Is a candidate for: with the duty and responsibility of dullv- law.
I D. CA RMICIIAEL.Atturliey II nnuit-d by s.'K. MeOeucby draglfltt. Price /Set: fl. That the assessment. fee against acing the ballot boxes tickets. etc.. to fin For general: election the registration
MK. and 2L W, -'lY,.hil bwttieii tl".... candidates shall be as follows: Inspectors of his respective precinct for books will be opened August 1, 1\10ol.\) and A
hnw.e State Senator .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .Via: 00 the purpose of conducting these primaries stay open three-days week In every' f
a' -- I Representative .. .. .. .. ..,. .. .. 10 00 : each Committeeman Is also churned, election district until;Saturday: Oct. 8,
'f I ..Collection a Specialty. tier Easter ('o.tume.For Sheriff .... ... ...... .. .. SO 00( with the duty of carrying the returns of 1304: .
l'hlptpy.' { .'1" Clerk; \ .. .. .... .. .. ...... ......211 (X) said primary election to the court house PAYMENT- POLL TASKS.:
some time Eve expressed Tax Assessor. .. .. .... .. ... ..... 20 00 at Vernon. to be delivered to the Chairman I I In order to he qnallfted to vote In
McKiNNY: Y her opinion to Adam. She had Tax Collector; .......'....,..... 20 (00)( of the Committee., and shall receive primaries, poll taxes for 11)03) .and
L. Treasurer .. ... ..... .,. ..'........ 10 (00 for such said service live rents per mile muttt be paid on or before April 21), I
who
I' Iatl-ILaw- small respect for a man County Judun .. .. .10 (IX)() tor each mllit traveled as hUcomp"n u- : :: :;
.. Attorney: I co ldn Jt see' the necessity of a Supt. Public Instruction..... .. 10 oo tlon for such service.. Provided however !I WHO MUST PAY POLL TASKS.: .!

1,1 .Vernon, FlorIda.. of garb Surveyor ... .. ..r..... ,.. ..*. ft 00 If the Committeeman will not act us returning All main Inhabitants. who were 21 .
having
, woman '' change County Commissioners. (each).. 2 00 officer the Clerk or one of thn'iiisuKctors of age and under M years of age on or \
,, Careful and prompt attention given I at least' in the spring. She told :Members lid. Public lost (each) 2 00 shall, parfurni such service and torn December 31, IINH( : : :

to all matters entnisted, to my care hi rar that, along with a lot of other Justices of the Peace (each). .... receive the compensation a. above Indicated. Any one becoming of age ((21 years ) f
I Constables (each).. ., .. .. .... I an or after January 1, liKKl.!
things. At last -she shook him Sf'c.7. That candidates for County :S..c.14. That the chairman of this committee Alt State who has become a resident ..
Foley Honey T by the shoulder and kept him Commissioners and members of the School shall not accept any notices. of this and'count; on or after '! ,
liO'trd shall bo voted fur only ID the dls. candidacy or any axanssment (411'' before : ary: I, 1003. : : ;'
I f No 'o /"fes. awake long enough to ask f :
rfe.dure. :
for children.s+ '
that candidates 10
eructs they are to-repre the hour of o'clock a. m., Tuesday, PARTIAL JlXE: IPTIOi8.:! ,
.- I "Am eroing to appear in any sent. March 15th: 1004. 1 Persons under the following () : :
'1 Foley's Kidney Cure thing different tomorrow? Answer -I I Sec. 8. The primary tickets shall be .A. D. CAM rnELI.. will be liable for onn poll tux only for '
prepared by and under the direction of Ch'n I-tam. Ex..Com. 1B0.1 the bn
or cane :
as may
I makes kUntya and bladder right. mel"I this committee and thei-names/ of county T. E. OAIHttit: .Seo'y. Any ono who becomes//\ year old (
I "1 hope so," said Adam wearily. candidates. .hail{I be placed! thereon In alphabetical ing 1IK)2) wilt lie required to pay (1 for

0 AN FIFIR UkA JIVE "I hope you will appear in aI or counted order. for No allY vote person shall whose be allowed tint.Managers for Primary Election.Precinct count of poll tax for that year. Any
who become of ((21 old)
'I No. 1.-J (V 0 D'' may age years
differ ntlrame of mind. That'sabout name ls not printed on thu oHIclal ballot. Unwell .
calve In the wprld/ will be .
the moct haatlpa!: i I I' before Rnache, J T Illahtowcr. I any time during 11)03)
the Every voter shall place an "X" *l for poll tax:< for the year 1',103.>
only change you .can Precinct No. 2.-Z R Gilbert Samuel pay
the name of thn candidate of his choice. .
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of
Foley'sHoney and Tar make at present you I The, polls shall open at 8o'clock a. m., III ley. James Stewurt. State Any and one county becoming durlnlllKJ2wlll a resident be
know.-I No. 3.-T M T J Miller
' and shall clone at ft o'clock m. orsarllerattlfndlscrstlonnf Precinct Ellis ,
cures colds, prevents pneumonia. Judge. tho'Innpectore.Thu Jr., VV BColeman.P for the poll tax for 11)03.MORE ) .

I' ......nun"....-.....-.-..-., ."U""V".-...-..-"-, -"'.'.'Y-, In their ,-<.i.ln".:t." No 4 _W. ,W.. n_._.ln n.__r, 3'' W. ::
t discretion suspend the' voting from the Itmwn, U ;Porter. UlOTd.
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hour 'of 12. m until 1 o'clock, p. m., for Precinct' No. II.-\V A Emmons. Jno UlRturbances or strikers rre not
)U\ OISVILIB\ & MSIIV1II1H 11. K. TIME TABLE ([r dinner." The lusnector shall bo the Uuwtney, T J Krebb. Ii as grave ss an Individual, 'dlsordc-r of
!! i judges. of the qualifications of voters ando Precinct No. 6.=W YVentley. R Uarrln. syiitem.. Overwork, Inca or steep, ,
( all other matter pertaining to theeondlicllnj DIne Colvin. tenelon will he followed by'utter 0011.1 .
of 'the primary elections butin Precinct No. 7.A D Campbell, \VVV U ,
No. 4. No. 2. Nn. 3. No. 1 { ; urlofn a reliable remedy J
every case where the vote of an elector Jones, Jail T Bowen 'I'her '. nothing so '
13iWD'D 11:05 p m L".Penllacola.. ..Ar 5:00: a m 4:00: pm'1:22pm Precinct' No. 8.-W F RUMS, A Q Jones, employed. !! ,
Is challenged, the Inspectors khall makea cure clisord'TS of the liver or kidneys ;
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lard: a III .. .lflomntoD..Lr 9:33am: 2:30pm .
/ record) of the name of the .person chellenged Joe Howard. Kleotrlo 1 Bnters, Ii's a wonderful -
I 4:22pm .9:51\.10: .. .... .1\lob"e..J. ] ::30D.t I:2pm'8:2.'Ipm : Precinct No. 9.-.1 O Davie, E Singleton
,7:30pm: : ,. .N..w.Clrl..na... .. A"lOn"l P:3 m the rt-ason or grounds the challenge and eiroctive nervine and the greatest I
Nil whether It was allowed or over R Dlolnrray. around medicines: foi run down s>
' a 37C3tiFi. ruled. l'rl'tclocf' No. 10.-J W Brown, N W It dispels nervousness, rhpumatiBiu <
No. II. No. .. No.1. No.11.05pm t.c.9. Any Inspector not appearing at Plus. neurulgln and evpelsmnlnrU. !germs
12:33 pIII Lv.Peosgco'a.Lr 4:00pm 5:00"m the hour for opening of thepulls, the In. Precinct No. 11.-VV, A Sessoms, N' B Ma snd SHtlolnotlon guaranteed by: 3 :
IIU am 11:30 pillAr ..Montgomery ....v 11:13 a D1 9:3/S/ pm suecUir, and Clerk 'prcHont shall select\ Hays, J M Chestnut. McOwachy. druggist'
11:59am .1I:12pm .. .. .JJlrmll.b.m.... 8:33.m 4:05pm from the Democratfoelpctors present an Precinct No. 13-T E Gainer J M Por ,
1:30am 8:2O.m.. ....Lo.I.vlll.. ... 6:15pm 2:43am Inspector or Inspectors nil such vacant ter. E L Gainer.Preclnct.Nn.13.P. I
7:20am 11:59.111 ......Cluelnnetl.. 9tl0pm 11:'5 pm cy; and In tne- event Inspectors appear N UntcheneonJ B She-For that Tossy ,
_,- '1:20" m 1 1:10' n... u. "ft'''. '..- .. ... e."" nt at the appointed hour for the opening MoaUm, L If Duchan.DHr.Pr'clul.'t sake I'm always glad that t i'U"r w
of) the polls, the Democratic electors No. 14.-Jno U Anderson, A.J .
VBtti.hV4D11t/11111 a Wd, .suu.a ..a. Present shall select Inspecixirs and a Uay, J w Anderson. lasts forty days. ;
''t No. 21. I No. 3. I Names of !Statlone. r.No. 2. I No. 22. Clerk. to flll such vacancies. The Inspectors Precinct No. is.-L, T' Taylor, W U He-Why? .
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+I $ n', '9 w" AU ""r. I'6aasu/la 'I er. ....... V au t..upm--- asdnmlng their duties as such, make Precinct No. IB.-AK Register, n B She-Because I am sure
111/S/ ,. 713 .. UotJem 10 31" 606 ,,..... oath before an officer. authorized to administer Brown. :Mr.: J B Slnjfletary; never could make up her : I.
1 20" 71" "' Yole"ra 10 a7" col oaths, or. in-the absence of such Precinct Nn. 17.-1J: W Jones, Jas HDuftln. .
J32J .'. 713 J' Eccanbla IOU" 5/17" olHcer. the Inspectors. may administer the ( J II Uyftes! about a new Easter hat in
,h- .133.5 ,. 72. Mnlat: 1013" 543 .. oath to each other and to the Clerk that Precinct No. 18 --L C .Davis, J J Krontnlller time than that !II ;
133'J ," '7Si'. Harp 1023" 540.."' they will well and faithfully, and to the HtephAn/ Dyer, !I
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'J" 1250 ,1.1 731 ',- Galt City 1015 '527 beat of their ability, do and perform all. rrnclnctNo.il- I
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';, 1:50 '732 Milton 1010"' b20 of the, duties of thou respective olllces.Sec. A. D. CAMPBELr.t i
130 a m ". Good flange 4 M ." ,',' 10. The Inspectors and Clerk shah!i I I Ch'n Dem. Bx.Com.
I5J." ';815" 1I,1r.a 03- 43 .' commence canvassing the.. votes of theirrespective : T. E. GUlSCR: Sec'y.
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22. t' 'StO: iMilllgao "20" 411 precinct Immediately upon '
234 ,"t .S3d f' Creluvl'w UliI.'.. (10.)( ,- ,.; the closi of the polls and shall proceed Valaabl Matter C'oueernirnf. the frlniarlea tf
.... Land deaeral Klecllaa.
3In. 8M Deer S5. au"a as speedily as practicable completesuch and .
23 ::' 010 \ .." J\fOolsy U..ad 40" 3PS canvass, and shall make a trne return !' Prlmary-vTueiday, May 10, ,1001. .
403,': II 3., "' D" Yonlak !Springs:: 813 It 43 thereof In. writing enclosing the Second Primary-'I'uedday.Jllne71I101. fir .
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-< 411J ..J 94-i.' tI.l" '744. 231" original ballots. tally-sheets.. pol-lists ISG
.. (General Ell'ctloll-TlJellday,Nov s,1901.REoraTfATION : :
:; 440 ', 057" Poneede.eonl 1 '729'" 913 arm record of the challenged votes to the
600 ,. 1010 "1. West.v1I1. .717 '" 155r ,. County Executive 'Committee; to be delivered I D.s.ry. yosr teeM
6 Oi" lots' Car vlll. ., 12" 149'M .. ) by noon of the following day or The registration! bonks foe the primary: disc.. Th.yhrv.n.ver .
531 'R! 1039: .. B6nltal /13"/ 12'7 -. '- as sown thereafter n* U possible election will be opened .In each election }.Ildd-won't fall Dow.
60' 'O 194'( '" Ch1pl" 37" I C>> D'nr' I C Sec. II. The-CominktcH shall meet at djxtrlct In this county on March W. loot. '' Sold by all deal.rsf ;: )
630 .. Ito?, .. 'Cott.oHldale 618 ". 1238: .. the court hons?. In Vernon at 13 o'clock, and will bot kept open until the mil day xttoa reed Aarw1ost.ld .
1 700 .. 11\:: 'oIlirlall..a j 600_". 1314. "'. 1 m..on Friday. May 13th to canvass!! the of April, 1001. at which time! they will be .f M. .
730 .. It 4s- C'tpr"M 638 .. 114Sa.m '.' I returns from the several precinct. of tho clo..d. tr.M.raniiv t coO '
140 .. 11111 _.U Grand. Rldee 583 .. I 11123 ., first said primary. and to certify and declare I. The'registration hooks will not be reopened trolt,Mloh. {
' 'I" 13 Il3 ..' '.. 8aead. r 521" i 105 0 < the result thereof.. for the second primary.All .
815 .. 1215 O'D Ar River: Junction' L! 510 .. 110 20 a m .1 Hoc. 13. The Inspectorsand Clerk shall persons may register wbo are cult : :

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; . . . . . . . PoHt'.icnl .An n01l.nC01'UOn't.M. S NOTICE.

Under and by virtue c,f a.ducree of foredoM i iIMHHKI S
5--- S _. out ofsUl. circuit court In and fur Wa.hlni 455

Kor Ii'.,. *leruilor. For Sherrr. : ton ouunty. Florida. on the J3rd-day of Ffbniiirr S
OUR ADVERTISEMENT. I A.. U. 1404 wherein Alfred ft. T r 'flIs the emptaliianfc
Tithe
PRIZE Derancrati of Calhoun and Washington I hereby annnutioa that I am a candidate for and Mary H .1""" Har; 'n ion) .
Counties: the utBa-of Sheriff of Washington county uBectto I Marion B. Jeqjca. Battle Tsntnn, X arry *
I am a candidate for -State Senator from th. the action <>l 'the Democratic party. II mvmlnatud Jontm. Oraroo L. Jenk : Mary B. J ilm a.admlnlntratrlx .
Tweniy-filth DI.t". subject to the action of th. I will of cmirsc. resign my r.Unrad't..: : ol the estate of i. W. Jrnl.s ai, .
.----_----------- Dsmoerst.k; prlinarr lto.vo-r held te y 10th. 1"4. ,elected, will dmote my time anti talents to the the rauxatdeajts.. I will on 'ttir tonci rlAprtl
: and I TwapcctfuUr nupport. duties <4 the.Hoi. SollrlU/lir tlw .II of! my A. H. 1904, it bcl.nr the 4th t1I rf t.lmonth
-0 have lived all msr (lie In Calhoun county. h.vIne friends throuirliout the cuuaty, and during the legal SMUT of .!.. tuEitr t..
been born In the county In Iftn9 and ulncrmanhaod I truly Ton J. VTATTS. Vernnn.
sun. very the court nouns doer, at In WanMnaU i'
0 Clothes for your back; have at all tlmea upporteel the Dope. county Florida offer for sale and sett to <1. hut, S
ofatUj party and worked for Its MICCDSS never With this I announce myself a. candidate for eat and bent bidden for fnlhiwiiiir cie .

.. .. Shoes for your feet ; acrntchlnir a ticVot but always I loyal to tho party thv.nfliceof, ShorlfF of Washington count jr. subject crtbed property situated c'hw\h gtefl ontritj
and
partr numlnnea, l<> the actkm of the' Democratic voters at the Pin-Ida torwltt tats Vwntvet. thrrter and soTit s
CAMPBELL & BUTLER I ThankIng you In advance foP the support you primary election to be bald May 10th. If nntnl.naunl half of fourteen and aftean of blott Bj rnof snu.4.bm .
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'' may be pinasmt to iilvu. enC isMurlnv *t .
you and clotted shall dIscharge the duties of ..ht. tawnshipfour aouthol rangefrniri-t S
i ..-j J, the same will be auprejitud. I .. the offiOQ te the best iif ability and without'
S : my ax-st, according to pint filed-by JraJu and D n -
Will fit neat.
: ypa up ; Very ..ifully. S. \V. CL..:. (ear or favor. Yours trultooL.a".IU" mat In IKHH with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court at
niOllnt Fla., Jan. 27. :
1'O4. ?d. Hauo
Vernon Florida together with the tenements,
: '1 ; herertltanionts*and appurtenances tberannto bcIringiflir -
o. They have ribbons for ladles; ", Vor She Legislature. By'reqtifcatof several (rkmda I iierel>p mtnonnce or appertaining. The purchaser to pay
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'. 0 1 : -. tarn candidate for the Legislature I solicit myself" a candidate for Sheriff. .".". to the for deeds. -v

i S :. Laces for the babies;, 7( the support of ill whnTake part In the plimar_. fX)4.Dnmncratk primary to be held May the 10th. S o J. ft. WRil.8, S SS SSPe.Si.51
Ilniimlnate4anit" thatcan I
'J' < /",. Itroti fuvor ma with the nomination I tvlU lecteilil bnlleve Master la Chancery. ,
use my
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flit the Inbiruat of
the itftlca to the Mwnle snd
', 5- : Socks and ties'for' the brothers; ., : : best tested effort In the to primaries secure I the will election.work far If the I sucrose am de credit to """"U. 'vThsnlctnirayotr In a 4caiieahw NCTICa .,

Stockings for the mothers ; .,, SS of the ventlemaa ol your choice. W. your S support .. 1 am yours truly It. 'Co, Bel"." S.the County Judge'*. Court' of W sa1nyton S SIn .

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,. i : S To the Democratic Voter of Washington county Four years aeo 1 was steed try my map;t the mat.t- theeataUof G. W. :. '

h-tends. to for reelection to Khuriff'i ufficeireluned S
Groceries for tbe coofcs Aftc-r run deceased. .
; I many aolldtallona from some of my S
s frkinds, I hereby announce candidacy for as 1-thouilit I had had.lt lima enough for To all peramM Interested t > "
: my _
: Powders for good looks ; ;.:, ;,. Representative o( Washington' county subject to one airaln.time But: also, misfortune I thought has I would nut sat:: l Whereas the report, filed of 0:B. Thompson w..
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tins action the Democratic In :commissioner heretofore appointed sell'.
primary Mar by me to
Cologne] that smells sweet; : :. '. next. 1 ;to meet aa many of my constituents by ptinullern a feW political and araln onemiea ask and friend I am left- certain 'lands belonging fersaiii entail, shows that
\ .. possible before that times and. If honored by the election my .appt i' the follnwlnir described land* to-wlti Tho luirihwesbqUHrtor .
l < your vote* with the nomination. I that 'o Shrlf"a ofc erf tie southwest qnartrr et
S S Corsets to 1 look neat. :,; .. assure rot for past f.. do Ml mcww ,ou'I' section. -
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the pml
__ <. S Democratic banner of Washington county will h five township teem south, range fourteen "ww at: '
not again trail In,dust. 8. M. RODEHTSON.After than ever belure. a* tll.and epe. \ kit ftc.twn three and four ol block twelve and
taught how do

: : But that isn.'! all i ; ; '.' due ermHlderatkm. I have determined to .me Your to frkmd. C.. G, .- lota and nine one of two.block three thirteen tour, five and north ita seven half ol eight toot

S announce for Representative, .My reasonirl leer and lot". block f1 oen01 (interval, and S
S So give them a call ". ."" .-. S 0 ',., '.: '. To>ne the DemocratIc party supreme. By request of my friends I hereby announce eight block fifteen and south) ball of block eight; s-
I .. .- .. ., 2nd. To resent the action ol the President Inndliic My.U..dla.fth. l"rf'an.ubjt all of the east haJUif section eight townShip lour
** own us who have been south range fourteen west also Iota one and two :
S And see for yourselves ". forsorrlne.[ S 10th 1004. It I am nominated and etocuxt, I beliuvo hIOC1 eight northeast quarter of section we,
3rd. To put man out of office who S. declare that that I can Oil the office to the-txneflrof the aoulh. rum fifteen all wltu-'
S -.5 What lies on their shelves.. nuoplu and credit and Washingtoncounty. tf.IWu .w.
; the t Shim
negro l. and rnirht to be, on aa equal. social 1'a Mc16nrebyannuuhoemyiieiracandldat county. sold by
tooting with the."It_ .epttly. E. / to Mar" B. Jonka the administratrix foP
S I IDYL: BROWN, 4th. To wont for the man behind thq Joan and $710.00 In ca h. S
S S b.... forSherlir. How thnrBiore all persons Interested are hereby
Chtpley, Fla. To convince you ,that money l Is not my aim.S 1 subject t the action nl the Democratic primary mttlfteit tn show cause tefbre me at my office In
be the IV04. Thanking In
to May UOlh.
5, I pledge my salary to the public schools. If elected. you Vernon Washington cnuntr.'Plorlda.-on thq30th
Don't advance for the support you may be pled to day of March.A.. D. S
promiunoe thla a quixotic venture until 1VU4. why the said sum -
bear further. urive and assuring you that the aLmS b ahould. not be confirmed.
you me '
Asking a fair connldarationIwlura -1 -
._ ._---------_. I am .lVlt_ hand and official
you promise your support. I pledge my .Pprt. mjr aeal t.Ms
heart and my hand to the support of my party. Yoiirs truly. W. B. G"IRc [u.)t 19th day Irf February. t
S S CHAS. T. Am>E.11I 11. ____J, K. WiLLS. County Judge.NOTICE .
: IT SPEKKS FOR ITSELF. : This Is t notify my frlunds and thDhocr&trof -
for W..hln.tn county that 1 am a candidate rn: OJC SPKCfAn TAX DIST. 5
Clerk.
the 01" Sheriff subject to the action o th. '
I hereby announce my candidacy .to euccnext "rlmary. If elected Iran and will 'EI.ECTION. S S
S : ,' < ( oo : myself as Cleric erf theClrcnlt Court Washing ".Ith credit to mysull and for the benefit of :Notice hi hereby jrlTo'n that"an Hoctloo.will ne
ton county subject J ta the action of 'o all th.people of the ,un Thankingyou fo,'held..n the 22nd day of M arch 1904 In each of the S
primary to Iw held May 10th. ThankIng you your supnort I am. PVdal tax school districts herelnaltw 1111I1I,". fir
in a4vancefor y.ur support, lam. S Y""r truly. T: K. BttiB. the pnrlMiwnl elect trunara ( eachdiiitrict.
1hi .J.I
.__-. ----9 Yours truly W. C. LOCKET.t and to number ( I of S
f: To my friend.and all Democratic voter ofWashington peclal school tax to be levied for each jf the au" '
; 6f have decided to make tho race therffloaot' ".unti.1 t.this method of askIng rJi reani T\M\ District No. 3. St. Andrrwai -
.k iji'r : ] C z&T; .ILki.tLQJL ( % Circuit Clerk of WaHhinoron county offering my. you for your election foe myweU-. No. 3. Taint JVachintton; jist l No.
suit auhjeut tir the action' the M primary.. It SJrlt 0 your county. and assuring you tb.t 4, Mlllvlllo. and Diet No.*, Vermin. .
a. h-o- elected am sure I can give entire natl./lactlon to I "m be fully appreciated. And I If elected. I The following pursues are hereby appointed foi.
S S S my constituentS Thanking you In advance for will promise you to always tI to make you glad. pectnni and clerka: At 8t Andrew W. R. WU-
; Notice to Tax Payers. .!I 'E. L. fowling was In the city Sunday. Uoulfay.Robert S your.u PP'- am, yon used your influouce for Respectfully cox 1i.UG Brake and John Bturrock. Inapectoni. Sand
Brooks la now assistant depot .Yourn truly. J. J. WILL..r. S I J. C.5 Kisciukia.. JP S
S The tax books for the revenue Charlie Setterllnd spent Sunday' at Pan- agent. ------,-- -- Pumrojr '$rI.n. 6. W. Underwood and John McLmd. c

S >year A. D. 1903- will -be closed- sacola. S ; The colored folks are.having a Ma onl" for Vnx Assessor .. For County Jaa-. '. ''_-*'- MlllTilliv-. ln p Ht4T. V..McCIeUan and R A., Cnrt-r Wonley.Melvin" rk. and At S

Mr. A. Sesaoms, of Bonlfay was a visitor ball erected. Thank In jrthe people" Washington county for I noreby announce myself a* a candidate l. J, H.DafBn.- inSpectors and Wm. Prowo. clerk. ,
promptly the First Monday in hero Monday.ISilfll I Miss Codetta Martin vlsltud relatives at all past fav. r* anti promlHlnu to continue to dlachnrrr election to the office of County Judge ol- At Vernon F. P. Bruce John L. Jackwna and W.

S-S April 1904. Cook. Esq., fpont Wadne day at Flomaton the past week. tho dutkwof the office conHc-lenttoimly and ton county.-suhjcct t the action flf5 the coming B. t-ai>Bilu>n InanrcUink unit(;. j. Pariah et.-rlc.
to the bent of my "ability again announce mysella Democratic -nwpoctfully request liyordt-rol the nard of Public Instruction of
Uonifay was honored with a show .prlmarI
By order, of the Board, this the couuty caplt l. Friday night of last week. pn S candidate to succeed nysMf a. Tax A_. the support thereat I and, If rlncted. WaHhlnirton county Florida this Jst day M Feb..
Yours ",ry truly.w W. WJLL""& promise faithful discharge of duties 1904. .
SS W. E. Ilarper of CoMtondale wan here tb my i
March 7, 1904.J .,. Monday business; Homo few of our citizens* went over to eue 0 JOKI. k. .. I*, t. P.... O B; BOBH. .
: -W.' CBAVEY Wvsivilleon last Tui.sdy.v. I hereby announce nurfialf a candidate for the 5 5 JS .- ) Y Bee and Co.Sup .. Chairman. .
.., Judge Hathaway, of .Weitvllle, was a % I/. Uesaoms hud the mIsfortune office nl Tax Assessor, subject to the action of the 5 S S .
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TFor Treausarse. "
<'Attest: Chairman.W. visitor here AJonday.Postmaster) lose a horse on last Tuesday Democratic primary to be held in. Washington, *uity NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.S:
Ask the railroad what became county on May H\ 10)4.RepectuIly I noreby appeal t th Demncrotkl. voters olWaMtinkton S
sgmit of Departmenti1tItsZnlrlr. I
C. LOCKEY Clerk *
? Allay visited Marianna soliciting the support of the voters county nominatiun tvauccundmyaull
** **' *"_'_ '" "* his hst.un Isst Sunday night. of Washington I I Treasurer. TJiankinir all my friends Land Offloe at GalnusTilla FiSt, Feb. 8. 1904. f
--T--- n r Monday business. ottinty am.
on .
s ; '. Jule Brock wa-i over fiom Caryvllle on Your truly.: W t. SinOLBTaJlv. for past favor and solid tins-. ointianance rtotlorla hereby liven that thefollnwhiaynanulnetUer .
7 thrf Jolly) candidate
.Ant. now Mr. Dan (Ulllls of Westvllle, spent a. last bin.day to v lull home folks. sumo. I am. Very I. H. HOWBLL.. has Bled notice 01. his Intention to make
Comn often to your dour final proof, In support nl hln claim. and that said
I few hours hero Monday Kev IX A.Simmohs occupied the pulpitat My frlenda .. you are aware I was before you -.. m.d..brf"
proof will be
S tiM loudly arn'\'' you by ihrt hand Clerk Circuit Court at
Mr. Ilursch of 'Ar.. visited' Itaci.lxt church on last Sunday. two years aim and waa defeated In the primaries. r flnpt. Co bile Vernon. Fin., on March W.1W4. .ter Archibald
Columbia
: With' promise galore. Ol 7. lu.unclo"
S course some one had to be Inltr. I took It on
my
1'. .1. VVrlKht of the
S Cupt. bridge crew J. Galnrr/tif Econflna, Wa.. Hd. No. 3OdfW for th
\ relatives hero last week. I this mrthnd.of Infofmlnir the i thai <
part Just and because
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thevoters' .
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-S r. spent last Sunday with hunte folks. said But majority" I am a candidate thevffiaiol SuP pp' M of n X. awlS ol netf pieS ol aeX. Soo, 17,
V JiV.: Gilmore I la ppofidlng a few days Mr. W. A. Sossoms of' Bonlfay trans. so. a defeat ono time not i a, R.13w.s
S 1 II. J. Urett moved down to his tllt' en- alwayS'tnean di-faat forever! therefore Riraht Instruct| Washington ont). subject tn Tp. S
'. S ':.fcere acted business here fc'rlday. tine place near Clarkson. /last week. submit to my candidacy r nomination for action ol n. Democratic prln.r" and ,respectfully H. uamesthefllowiogwitrossegto prove hIs I

tiead vel'UWOIl'nt. > New Wm. A Sessions and Miss I-en Sessoms Tax AsstHwnr of WSHhinirton county In the Democratic ahlt the support .1 .. "nttn.tdence upon and cultivation salt p
Uarpcr &. Colept.o'a new ad Mr. J. R Donovan, .of Orleans o P. tiAfHEH. land. TUB T. K. Gainer. I. U Manhburn. E. (.
visited friends III last primary of May 10th; 1904. If 1.. noml- ,
Chlpley week
; : $) came In Friday on business. 5 ) Gainer.. Adam Gainer. all of Eomflna. Fla.
nat d
and will do
.5 S A. U. Adams Is having his residence elected mywhole duty. S S5 --
5- :"'' Jano A. Evan has bnen' commUslonodn. Sheriff Paul, of tlolru s county was In tfreuied to a nlr.n coat of paint, this weekC. Thanking you .atrteaiois. shown me In the roe County Cornmlev.lon.r. I W. G. lio"i..n.Registers

O"tWl1l\WI' IU t'la.nf towu a few hours HIIoLllrday.'Lnt. past. I urn. .l_ ___ ?___ S
I'. L"wlsluft for Mobile on last Hun- Your 'rlento WILLIAM Dow,. ButTe BAKMKH The many frlenitenf-A.lv. S '5 5 S
S (lhInIwV fnr.lhd. tha. Ar.iirainnTsts (*! A MAMItlnrt. nt. VViin n.ii.' was. n day nlitht to have an nuorallon oerfornied.iionlfay Harrvll announce. him as a.candidate I .far Commbvexperience NOTICE FOR PDBUCATION. '
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to Fenaacola'rb 8iiai.- vlslLr I In Uhtplry Saturday.Mr turned out another; largo dele- for Tax Collector. ., WI .-., flIS 1Jntrua. ..m m. UMI.I.CtLU.JIt- tan DepnrtnwntWthelnterfrr. I L 5-
S Ion last S ? 1 will make an efficient .m. Land Offloe at GalneBvllle. Fla.. Feb. 8, W4.-f I
ant to tke.Chautanqua
_ S March I II Riving us S
weather; 'no Ouer, to be enjoyed In this or IP-nit Sunday nlth friends here. myself acandldats for re-election to the S S 5 settler flied notice' of hl> Intention: is mnke
_ S iy Iss Mlna Carmlcbaelr from near Millers ofncunf Tax Colk-ctorol Washington county." My :1- At the solicitatIon of many and with Seal proof tn auppitrt of hla claim and that
any other country. Mr. '1'. A. Jennings; of rtnuacala, was. Ferry came iq last week ta attend record se nn oflicer Is before y... I have dl*. "e belief that I can be of rrlnd. I horns aid prool wilt be made before Clerk Circuit Court 5
S Millinery oponloita! are paw attracting one of th visitor here Tuesday.Mr. high school. S -. charged the duties of the office IMt "I''anel om- announce myself a* candidate for the office ofI at Verne,,. Fta..n nMch.! 1W4. via WilHm

the attention of tbe I ad leu." As a natural )tYiinlt Keitdry l Cordele Oa. A select crowd of young folk wenf on a sclentlously and If ., .< with re-vlaci:-'hiiii. I Ci.unfy Cmml.ie. lor, the Witirth' Cotnmls- B. Daniel,!of Wausau. Fl... Hrt. No. JniOofor the
nequnncB the men will have .to opon their < "f hay ride down to LevI. Vales, Jr.-on last aa heretofore continue to do my duty TltankInyou .I --... .-'. ", tn the action of the nest of awM, Section *M. '.. 3 N.. R. 13 w. .
traimacted bust'net"*, hurl Saturdey.County Friday night. In advance fur your support. In the May n"cr.tl primary. Thankinv ymt la advance He namea tile following_ to prove his s
U pocketbooks. primary, 1 am, I am; yours to continuous reeteenes u. and cultivation, of aal>k, -
ConitnlseloniT, A VV. VVeuks f .
-S J Is 'K'ood chance for wa Harvey Pate will leave this week for Yours respectfully 1 R. THOMPSON "pp S
There a :prospectors S L Dyie4S and, "! D. F. Cart C. 8. Carter. R. M.
to find what t"f'yar" looking for In ticway In town Wednesday afterboon' on busi! Senoia, Ua., where he will attend Com Peek J. W. Peel. all ol Waunnii. Fla.

r of Hill and other favorable conditions S inerelul College.Mlsne S S S S W.O. Roblnnon. S

ZuWashngtoucount. ness.Mr.. J. B. Williams a prominent merchant Claudia and Motile- l.rown. cf Hay. 0- \'leos'. m..kel Ed. fee paid. Reainter.

John NothlncTomliin! Stockton W. 8, of U rKctlV II 111, tninsuctoJ business Urucevllle, visIted relatives here on last THR NEW COMMANDMENTS. h&vein; I If yon want something finer I NOTICE FOR PUBtICATION.S S
and Sunday. .
Saturday .
here Frld" dprtiken to revie the Pubic make
N Broword.mid U. II BO a* to Juiet.rloup8U; -m
H. Mays
; iJntngs. ; Department of the
MIsS Cora Martin a temperance lee- Interior.
J. II tfarrlor left I It harmonlzn. with the urine I plus And And when yp'i hear: my 'phone-tali sound Land Ohms at f
charmed nlgbt with their ora_''. '>*'",S Ala., where be will sputid a few .week church on last Tu"dday night. prucMcet of the avostute U. O. P. ily beefeteak.wiii' come trotting; 'round ke la hereby given that toe loUowfaiK*atned S
decalogue' tat revIsed should bn made .
_I With friends. 1 an, place 1tC town, SAt settler Plan Wed wales of hla Intention ta "aka
_ S Onr frlena Mr. W. \V. oott. of Ho-'mi* S Mr. VV. :. Nichols Informs us that he part of the Kcpubllcannutloniil ploltfmu, 12 cents per final proof in support ol his claim aad that said
*' county S wo'unJ. rlltl&ll1"8" c i iuJMate. foreh.ctlol1 lion D. II. Mays candidate for Governor lia" disposed of his farm to Ueorge LMxon here It la; S > S pound... proof will be made before Clerk. Circuit Court at .

.St r a* ridprmsoutulrtrof- coun- S culled at tbe lIANNEBeanctuaI Mon. and will move to Ulountstown the latter I. Thouahalt, havo all other lode before S -For P.1.. Vernon.' .on March 19, 1'1040.. Thomas A
ty. Mr. Scott I la a RU.MI. man.T3d day afternoon, part of( this week. S mA. I McCullouvh. of B... Fla.. lid. No. 3UI19 toe UM
-I Pro Custls Hrown. of Westvllle was ': Six acre of land In the town of Chip- nwHofneHnwlDtaal4BMofaet4.. Sue. n,
2. Mix day rftialt thou work )] do thf i ippopln
S 'v rt weeu. I fey also RO In Section JO. and 2(1( ,Tp. 3 N.. R. 14 wt -

_ -colored farmer' Hoar vernon.vw 8 l In, townS hours hero Friday, making. a call' at the I Prof. Krown Is a candidate for County, pray (for, ami tl "on iD. the Rev"ntdlloY thou halt 'I I ,'r"ln "cLIO acrl'l Irk All Of the .above real Ho namre residence the followta upon witnesses and cultivation to prove ol said hlcontinuous .
called ar.tt. UA.YNKn oilicuuinlordored U.A..N.1IER ol1l.e. -
Tu-siAy. ttuperlntftndent of Public Instruction, 9. '.1 hou nhnlt not take the name ot the el'tl\t Is desirably locatedand will be land viz: Henry K. Harrull. 1. N. McDnnotJ.
.' tbe paper, sent to him. : Mr; D. J. Jones spent YVeitrt"nday at and we think he would make our county Lord in valiui>xccpt when It J 1M convenli'ut very cheat fOJ c.,>i. For 11.11 l I particutarscallon ;harl ta V. WaUer.Geo. w. Keller: all of Mash

''Messes. MeUlmsna; CaIn) and -Ifarclay, Vernon looking after matters ot Ic/al luttireat splendid olllclat. ", to charge hInt with' thine own CMS- l S A l E.NVlf4. la. .W.
of Lexington, Ky.. cam In Monday abd, to his clients .- S "l'dnPII", At ltlcTcl Shop. d. fee raid. ".'. S

S i i coin puny with Mr. R.C. Uornw of this ".!r. (Ueor e UndJick ClimB In from Gaterprlne S. Du... 4. Dishonor thy fattier and mother by : tf.- Chlpley, Fla'. NOTICE_ n VOtt_ '_ PtJBLICATlrjM."Department_ __ __ __ _.. S

S place. (e/eTTnoRdar for a' week's .hljija ) Ala., Tuesday and wui Hyond al I Il j There was plenty of frost to be seen KiihaMtutlnir an m pirn- for tho republic NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.A. ol-Interior. (

; ( t-Uo back woods.Our' l lew days vlsltlnx rela lvPII. '' .' last Tuesday morning. Which they ""Ia&lIlIb4' f' S S t 'Land Office atGaineovllle. Flaw Frb. 5. l O4i f
of the I nterkir.
n1t"frJend Chorlle Cotton totseveral" 5. Thiiu aualt not kIIt'ept! by wholesale D."arlmt NntloBla hereby given that the foUoirinr-named --
Mr. B. F. Shank,traveling re.presentatlvu We are sorry to learn that Mr. John Land Office at Mar. 14. 190*. f .tU"r.ba.
S years a resldflnt of Chlpleyi but' for the Montgomery Advertiser,. Martin i Is very ilck, but hope be will soon and then Y.llblloll T ijLIt duty and Notice Is hereby riven that the followlnfr-nsmed proof hteupportof Bled notice hlKdilm his intention and that to makefinal said
of Poncfd&Leon. t Is u' _ndIdatefor dnxllny. fe.- settler has filed notice of his Intention to
now ZIt Friday and Saturday here.Hon. 'I recover. m.kl proof will bm.de before Cleric Circuit Court at
treasurer of Uolrnes wuPfcy. .VVe hope' 10seiJ I Mr. T. '8. Everltt and wife spent the fl. Thm.tlh"lt'no.oommlt.a jwry with ,, final pmnf In support of Ills et.11 and thap Vernon. Fliu. on March 19,. I'm*, via Fielded A.
'suco.-flnful. J'.lI. E. Brooms candidate for ,I' trimts and bocotnn a corporationiproatiliittt ( .- proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at'V."n
Chfrl'e night with Elder J, W. Jtush and family McCullonvh. Bnnh Fla. Hd. No. :11II Th forth.
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"Hecretary of State a pleasant caller unless titers ,Inmoney fn..It. Fa.. on Apri U 1104 yin John K-xh>- .Mof
u3 .
1.1111. Saturday night. ow 1-4 and of wl-4 >ctlon 6 or. 3 N.,
New
J. L. Vlckers returned from ,of U for the aeK of owL
Mrt 14IuKsothe
at the Monday afternoon. Wo have been 'Informed that Mr. Uadl 7. Thou shelf tint st'ial ou a smell soile< \ ; _ OrteanaL'uesaar. tie.placed his duvKhter hut when y.tittett by force-that which b- n .awJ -S 18 Tp.1 N.. He names the following wltntaam te prove JOe
Mr. W. p Cooper of Lansrnu. MI.-L. Yules,Henr., killed a last Monday that R. 14 w ,
In th" bospltu.1 lor .tr atDj iit, and cfunesback pig bore others than Shalt cnnthiuoun residence upon and cultivation of said
to call It'henevo.
With tho fUsun m<< that sh, will 'be ,|'WfPMI' Friday In this vicinity. Hn |is 'In weighed :383 pounds* 1 lent aselmi leSIon. Ha namas the following-witnesses to prove his and. elm John R> Martin. Charles B. Waller,

well '6ared '. .unJ soon b. ruturucd' |o this "AcLloluokltlll for a louatlou ot a big S Mr.his W.brother P. llooin of Bush.! Ed Fla.llarllelcf.of visited 8. Thin slult not bear fal"a wILnp continuous land via: W.nmtdencxupon P. Rodin, Willis and cultivation Hambrlck.
health. \cement factory. Inlaw.lr.. Davis and George all of Vernon, Fla.
against mnvratla
thy .neighbor ascent : Gal. .G. RoMneon
WH are requested tnr anrtounciVby ,a'!I Attorney W. n.' Price, of Marlanua, Ohlpley.were very last Il1tllrday.We sorry to.learn that Miss durIng t.hlt campiilarn; then thou shalt fee W. G, KoninsoK.Kd. Keg-laieri, Ed. foe raid. -,V7. s ,RegIster. s
b 'came In Tuesday. ,evening and went Out call him .aid )
'lover of. sunshine. that there will an LllHw Roberta was Mick but glad to allanlArchl"c S
very
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Kast dinner at Il"alllllA''tIat..on Easter to Vernon Wednesday morning to attend learn that she Is Improving. S I Oi Thou slmlt not covet thyr plahborM NOTICE FOR PDBUCATION. I NOTlCFj S

_l Wiirfday..April 3rd. All nrw, cordially inS I tGsom4 legal matters We hud a thunder storm last-Sunday niion, hla land. his country unless you Department of the Interior. I : Nofke'is hereby riven tfiat bM. trill tie received

vited and requested briu well-filled. )!rs. VV. C. LiuUey and'MIss Ella Lock- night but not enough rain to bother the ; need them In your business or want to Land j Offlca at Gaiiieaslle'l Fla.. Feb. 15 1W4. i f at regular meeting ol this Board In June, lor the '

_ baskets, a,, of Vernon, cams up Krldayevenlug to faruiHrti, as- they are all busy this week ; 'lip .n.t. Notice I. hereby rfven that thefoltowlnsnsinedsettler letting of contract to build a steal wooden -
10. Thou Shalt not covet anytblnir that has Bled of his intention tn Stakecommutation irldjiB acroaa the main rnn n< HoTmMi creek at
: attention of our readorfl to attend the leefcuro and, baturdny they arln/lt.or planting their I n"
\V eail thu pre
_ crops. U toy nclvhtinrg. but muyoraanlzntrust p support i. ansi Ternon and the buildinaof wend .. "'.
,thn announcement Mr. 8. LJ. Uiivls for went ta tbe Cbautauqua, Two morn of odr neighbor girlsw.remarried ye a ,
I and take his that saId proof I he made before' Clerk CircuitCourt l cordlnii to plans and aceclflcatlon on file In omce--
County Comnilsslooor. Mr. D "ltI. Is a I I 1-; Mr. T. L. Joires orWal1"a.II. watt one"of last week. This la leap year and likewise asa at thy pleasure; at-Vernon. Fla.. on April 1 tn vim John of clerk of this board.. J. W. CMAT rr. S
S you till man reared In thn county thor* '1 t the visitors I here Saturday. While here weddings$ tire numerous. Married on and also hU pocketbook. .D. Johnson of Fla., Hd. 31**), for. the Attest- ChaIrmen.S .

S S ouahly qaallHed fort lift position nod will, h 2* paid u.'a pleasant call and left UII a Miiuday, March ti'b, Mr. Oscar Davts\ to S Y .. nH of ssX of kc\T 4 n.. H. U W. C. LOCK a v. CI. Sio'rzei.
muke-M Rood Commialoner. ) Miss Annie CheSnut and He name t. witnesoea to prove .
married
far know. ; *
on '
..sa at we amoleon bet.terotf. Thanks. DIRECTORY. continuous Id.n and cultivatlm of I .
We ask the voK>r' > consider his \\edneHdayevnolnir, March Olh, Mr Uen. up .
To the member tit the church Oranav BUI land vim 'J. C. X>uncan.Xthel Morris
Notice
1 S S Sellers MIsS la hereby (ivan that bids will be received
to- Alice llarroll both wnd-
;cl..m. circuit. M. K. Church Smith ando to tile general J. F. Wilson Duasan. Fla. .
call readers'attention to the -- : 3-i-- dings taking placn at Vernon. We heart out-llc. I desire ta sulirillt tile fnllowlnc schedule at a W.O. Robinson' t the next build regular 4 meeting ol this Board to let ,

-I announcement We out '1'. U. liIue.of' Vernon, ily wish both coupjHM a .long and bup;y monthly appulntmentet Kd. lee paid. ': IteglatotNOT1CEFORPt1BLICATIOr. contract Vernon and to Bonifajr ridim public across..Cpcrak Said contract on .

the people of [ ; lffe Who comes next? I IH N w Hopes wry let Sat. and Sun., 11 $ who offers hIs services to 3uqe I ] .
_ In the capacity 'of' : -r- Vsrnon. every 1st and 3rd Suik 7 p. m.Orange '! aa per speciflcaUuoa on file In office ci clerk uf this '
Washington county BUI. Ind Sunlit 7
every a. ra. an< p.m. Department I board J. W Cll "
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HIiprlnYatibJuet to the action of th" May \Vansau. Duncan every 3ttd Sat. 11 a. m. Land Oc.t G.i.I.Fla.a. thellter.1 A tteRt'balnna.. S.S
primary. lector Is familiar with thod Homo o{ the publ.lo- roads are being Bonnet Pncid. every 3rd Sat., 11 a. m. Notice thnfnllowlnffaaBtedsettler W. C. LOCKBV. Clerk.
n tus of tho oflle", having served a depot Always come to see ns and net our prices worked In this communltv. MIMI Hill. evsr3rd Sun.. 11 a. m.MUUr's has tiled notice. .Intention to make
tonsltler before you buy.-J. R. McUeachy &Po. S FVrrr every 4th Sst,11 a.m. final proof In support of his claim I and "
forul-oiiHlutoralfle.
snerlff tlnie. Mr. 1'. U. Home county snrveyor.dld S "NOTICE OF CREATION OB NEW-
uty Pleasant lirove. every 4th Sun, It ..A T t.
Po. proof will be tuada before the County *
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_ hi- avlkblue., i i Oo to J. R. McUeacLy A Co. If you wanta Home work la thla part of the county S last : Yours laithlully.W. -S Vernon, Fla. IW, via: K.Mathiaa. ELECTION D-l TRI Q. 5

'Ve i,e ttenton) to the nice while sblrtwahtt. They have the we k. .TA. PmiKca..Pasuir.TIIATTRIIHIUI.K of B.C 25S10. for tim
direct
yuu pBclttl I. "I\l ll-
S announcement of Mr. J. C. Sinclair who Roods.Mlssllattle. The weather Is nice and the farmersare 5- 5 -r a wX of s5 of ..1-4 Sec, Notice Is herebr riven that then taavra i ,
n1' 6 S petition with- the requisite number of eiirna
beginning to plant corn but continue Tp. 3 n.. R. 1] w. S ; .
Sheriffof .Washington county, has of the ITtlltNG.
offer for
some prettiest haul He names the following witnesses to srave hi.omtiuuous emoted to the board of county commits .,.
to the- action ol.tb Oemocra 10 fancy ha'ts ever also sailors and 10 gun no. CILI Washington mont:. Florida. as Vinn Ihlfcet
gulijoct you s"wi Mr. John J.'Tlller and the Haddock II..d by SALT RI1r.tJlIcanbe': nor resiclenmtipnn and clt..t.of said n->
votersattlie Marprlnoary. Wr Hluclalrt baby capo. ed br the only remedy In the world that land via A. I*. OrsnanUUI. 1-ctlon district ne estabisWslt it-ta considered
Itros. lost lot ..
ol funce Hoinethlnn- ..M"
a and ordered board
S been near by the that there be
well known, having a nays Fla. N an etec-
t Is sold Chipley
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very If yon candidates want our S.OOU ralls-at their farm a printed positive irunrantce Th..Ja.. ba
Irt this- county for several filip-port. In the valley ly Fla. hJ'tIJ "b"shwLto known and des' A
S stores operator and doubt will take us to J K. McUeachy( at Uo II andS dr! on tblt 8ih around every battle. Tout' will have your W. 6.Robinson, aa ptnvUed. Said ejection d to.1rict
p year- 'lie. III 4 nArlZ"tlc. no S 8e\ us.up to drinks. .- Wo hnvw been Informed that a large ,, money refunded In earn ana "er.- case fee paid. Register. to be known-aa Precinct No.20 described
: make ft good oillcvr.-if.elected. timber of stock cattle, have nld fromwlnt. when OK. UEr,DINU' SKIN KEMEIIY E. ant hounded aa follow, tn-wit: Beginning la the
I S v. 0ell.or J The- Mls"es Richardson can show you fnllK-vocurft- whether yon have beers '. 3rnCB. nralbeaHt corner section 16, tinrpihlv 4 north of
the nicest line of exposure In tbls'part of the county S range 13 west thence went
ready-made uadeowear afflicted/ on section line and
El Fir* Department ever shown i ID Cblpley within thu last two months. one year or tlftv. It U pleasautto .First Judicial Circuit of Flerlds. Circuit Court lines dividing sectlona 9 andlt.8auil lltoaotith- .

Cblpley Drumatl 'Club will onrender l I "Mr. John J. Tiller Informs tie that ho uss Doctor* prescribe U. of Washington Coanty.John west comerol said auction y. township 4 tI ..rf
.rbfr March 2 th. .Cheapest laces In- town! From IX hi.wld his contracted to carry the U. M. mall Everitt & Horn. A. Chestec range 13 west: thence nrrth on section line and
TneMlayevening.. *. at. le. per yard.. to tM In. wide at from Wanaaii in Vernon for four years 0-IS Chlpley.. Fla. ve. V Divorce, lines dividIng sections 7 and 8..5 and IW townnbipt S
',MWazel A an Intensely IntoresUuB chnolaadttorlum Sc.-per yard. At Miss Haul r, from the lilt of July John la prompt 5 5 v .- Laura O. Chester. \ ., 4 north nl range 13 west te towaahlp line dividing
drnini In threw aetavat the public very t.wnsbipwCsndR' thence went on said dividing
It ta ordered .ttie respondent, Laura ;
S for the benoHtel( tba Chlpley I tXVe I ) have" just' received n nice lh e of and will luolr well after tbat, part of -L'ucl TLX2OTIC. S Chester asd tha hereby required ap G townshipline to HoI_ creekl thencn down said

'tire department. i I j, May Held Colts an i pants for our sprlim Sam's business, .1. R. Thompson, Tax ColI ttnl'.alld 3. on the. t Monday In April. itOt. to the.bill filed Holmes creek to the mouth tIC Bard Labor creuk:

Those who will t"kft' part In this- play ,laud tummel'. .I'ade..r. R. McUeacLy & tt Is with regret we n.nn the dl'aLbCf W. VVIIIIarn Tax AmwHoor will be at the bsmtn against her Isi the above stated case. I, thencenpaaid Hard Labor crock :VarBjmiand
Walter Cook. W: W. liar"",. Mr*. Juley Malnor. wife or Mr. Iverson It Is further ordered that tMaorder be Mariatut public itiedi thence easterly
Messrs. the
following at time .hl
pUcen
mentionedcollect
1 ICo' tc along said public road to section lines dividing
Malnor whodlnd on the IILb. Mrs. Malnof wick a week for four consecutive .
I).J. Jones Davis irlliiell Cook; tht) tax ot 1003 and .. ih. leN section 9 and 3 S
north
The MIsse.fl.'rdeon are ready to fit a Chipl_ RAsinsiR. newspaper published la the 10 townshIp ol range 13 weatt
had been 'her
and Mi I"I'" P>rl. ol)1er) A Gpenll. yon op In new at)re shirtwaists. May Held confined to bed nearly six for llJOf: .. town in and Btate thence north on aecllna line snd Ihma ta point of
5
months She hlut
). skirts and ready-to-wear bans also fancy leaves a husband, two sons Nlioo .-. . .. .Marco. 19 S o of mutt thin herlnnlnr. The poUfnar place frthls new election S
S 'lie"urri to attend ? this drama IIIOW'I I colI8re. ; turen dMufrhiers. and a, I large number ot Hayhead .i siGrassy M.r-2nd 1') .1. .Il ,diet riot saaO be at the P Bill .not hone' In
S Interestlnnf from beginning tottnlnh. kindred and friends to mourn her death. Point W. C. said elvction district hemfey rstaWlsbnU
You are especially fhvlted to t.blt Mllll- r' S3St. ( 55 Cler*of Circuit This 7th day ol Mareot.1'_ '-
the proceeds will bn -speutIn a ( Andrew ...... ** :3' r.r Jr S S .J. CRAVBT.Ch'n S S
cause-to help equip lbs lIrft dftpartment.ithat I I I nrry Opening at th M8fS| Richardson's The coat of paint being placed on th'n. Mlllvllln-..,-;.;. 84 S Washington County Attest: J. r-JAC'II:80l_' ;

that wenjuy more protection from I I'Admlaslon tomorrow. Friday.They wlll'have a iticedispity'5 Tharp bltlldlnl,corner Mlxth- and l I Parker ..; .V.-: ., BV -----55- -SOld S : W.CL Loonier. JOHN N.LII01 -i-

S I of pattern 0' hate.), read1.-w-weu.r' road streets. Is) a great addition to Its all.1, Point; Washington..<5'i..Aprir -a papers. 15c. prXHandrwd. at the i .r Clerk.. A. W. \VXK.., .,. S
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