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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1904
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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I' : Vol. XI. Chipley, ,Washington Co., Fla.] :, Thursday; April 7th, 1904. No. 42, t

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.:... --- .. '. -- Queer Executive Method.. I This brief abstract of the salient facts ........xtTo.the-::_"" "" ...- -
g? A moat; remarkable Instance Illustrating In a very voluminous record discloses a

: EY'SWRTH the peculiar ofiiclal methods of Uor- i curious and somewhat alarming featureof
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Iy ernor Jounlaga Is embraced In the' following the Governor's administrative method -

brief history, condensed from the *, which caused Intense Indignation Trade.S

1 records, of a case of official dereliction on among the people whose Interests were

THAT IS:: JUST WHAT YOU WILL GET the t Dart of a certain Justice of the Peace, most tfirectly affected ,thereby and will
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IK YOU DO yOU TRADINO AT : i In which tho'Governor not only refused create a feeling: of apprehension among*

,; to obey the Constitution of the State, but tbe people of the State'at large, whose

took. much pal Ds to defend and protect an right to-a decent, lawful and orderly administration
!T1. I KEITH CO.'S. official whose conduct bad been. In a of the laws by those appointed S -IF IT'Si-

j collateral Judicial proceeding, denouncedby to execute them may in tbe future -

S a Circuit Judge as "reprehensible and be similarly disregarded.

i auspicious tbe extreme," and the official The record clearly 'Indicates that the

We have one of the ,handsomest lines of Spring Declared to be "unfit to discharge the Governor, while primarily entertaining a STOV5SYOU:
r' Goods, consisting of-DRESS GOODS-:: LACES, duties of said office:" different view' In reversing himself -

.... EMBROIDERIES, .4c..i'ver bought for the A* long ago as July leo charges and reached the. strange conclusion that no $
Chlplev trade. Wu did not buy these ;goods to specifications against this officer were matter. what offense an officer may have

&keep but to sell, su come .get your share of ptegeuted to the Governor charging him committed, br however corrupt ffo might NEED I .
them. The prices are : : : i t be shown be if the
with malfeasance! corruption and In cornpotency. to offense or corruption -

In thrt he bad unlawfully has been Judicially Investigated and
i corruptly entered a default against a defendant ascertained to be truo,-the executive Is We have them. A Solid Car Eleven _

: POCKE'IBOOKSAYERS I sued In his court In .a civil case; thereby relieved from: any duty In the v Styles, at prices ranging from.$7.50'-

and had enternd a judgment against a promises and should leave the corrupt. to $30.00. We also keep a few of .. '-
garnishee In the case, well knowing! that and criminal official to continue bin outrages -
.,, And when It comes SHOES we' can give you / those GOOD -
BIUUUR!: VALUES for LESS MONEY than the affidavit of garnishment: upon which upon the pul.lllcmOl' remark
__ any one In town. Don't buy Shoes until you tbe suit was Instituted was fulso, and well able process of reasoning and wholly out M 1 I

sef'l.our' line of i t : tAM : knowing that) no evidence whatever had of harmony with the methods of right-

been adduced ,to him lu support of the thinking people.. S BUGGIES

'BATTLE = 7 XE'S H1 plain lift's claim, and when no final Judgment S :
from which an appeal could-be A GREAT SKNiXTIOX.!: -
taken had been entered against the principal There was .a big sensation in Lcrsvllle. .
;.. Ind.,. when W.h, Urown or that place, who S .5.
Also, you can get aa GOOD VALUES In fiND
defendant. and had
; corruptly re- was exacted to 'Ule. had his life saved by 5-
COFFEE! SUGAR, FLOUR TOBACCO,'and fused wsoenterUntil jodJmentIMond- Dr. King's New j8'O\'ery for Consump:
all other Groceries from us, a. anywhere els? tlon. He writes I endured In8110.hleIIJOnlpB
r In town Prove It by seeing us before buying. ing thereby to prevent the defendant from ueihina. but. jour New 1 Discovery
i from prosecuting each appeal. 'I KHme Immediate relief and soon
I tnereurte efl-ecied 4 complete cure, tiimll.tr.'
Upon receipt of the charges, the Governor
eur.aof consumption, imoiimonlii. br.in. WOQNSWe
addressed a letter to the delinquent chlttS !* and grip are numerous. Its the
W. ffl. KEITH & 00.x
yw.. official; saying' *.' "Under the ConstitutionIt Peerle88 re i h rOubles. Price 60o and $1.00.( .
la the usual practice of office, when '
my : ; B. I K.!: McU chy & Co., drntglllt.> Trial would be glad to show
very you
8.. charges' are preferred of thl. character, u ttle free. j
X -.iiiV'" ---- lydaIflP to suspend the Officer\ so charged"and fur- through our Store. Of course we
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nish him with a copy'of the. charges and To don't want to sell you ; we just
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give him time to file an answer. In this catalpa grove, to consist of sixty-five It'
+' : F. C. BRENT, War II. KNOWLES,, J. a. LEONARD. want you to ,see .
matter, however, I have decided to send acres, will be planted four nSlles, from
raaeto6Ar.: : VICB-PBRSIl'EMT. CASHIER
you n pupy of the specifications and await I'ensacola by theLoulsvlllvaod' Nashville \ lC.' Give us a call. ...

; The First National lank vour answer; which.mu"t. be made withina foI II road. The ideals somewhat a departure ,

reasonable time, say twenty days from among :Southern railroads. and U

: OF ENS7tCOLjPC, FL3t, I this date. Without prejudicing or expressing an experiment on the part of the Louisville S S .
any opinion In the matter presuming \ and Nashville.. The catalpa tree :

Transacts a' General JEfcanklng: Business. that.you will file an answer, I bog will bo used In the manufacture! of crusa- I Harper Col man. rr. ,

S. Your Bu.ln ... Sol clted, to state that the charges appear to me to ties, for which purpose It Is very v+lu ,
be quite serious, and the many Irregularities able. Railroad met or prominence state

DIRECTOROl and apparent violation of the plain that a tie made of this wood will last four OHTPLEY" FLA.X .
>, Vftf. H. KNOWLES, \V.A. B1.0UNT, F. 0. RENT. statutory provisions tend strongly to times the length of any qther! klud, and 1'-'

W. K. I1YER D. O. HRENT J. B. LEONARDVVECARRY 8hoW that. you are not giving' proper attention for this reason It Is sought after by: all

', .: : J t.otbo duties of your ofllcaj It companies. The Louisville and Nnshvllla =. ::::X
L may not be out of place for meto. suggest now has some tins In use made of catu.'tpl.whIch _

that If you ,de fre to. resign rather thanto have given/ service for thirty-two .

,contest these charges. I will! accept! years. and show hardly any docnv. The .: S t
your.resignation average length of time Is about thlrty-llv--

There was no resignation and the subsequent years. The Louisville and Nashville' h is STORE .
,correspondence from tho. Governor commencud preparing: / the ground-- for the -DRUG{ -

4Lo'ok i HfZref.! makes no mention of any answer planting of the trees,and the'plan to will

: Hied. arrive from Dakota Ibis week. They are -OF- ,

..,. Here, tb?n,.wal a case In whUh: the being shipped to Fensacola by par ,I'a

M'. _____ Chief Magistrate, charged with the duty who wet recently In that city inter'e4Ung
S. E. IcGEACHY{ & CO.Our
of seeing that the' lawsare, faithfully the officials: In the question, and are as .

Z! : A COMPLETE: LINK OF--- executed," and who had, sworn to sup- large as can be conveniently' handled.. ,
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.e port the Constitution whose authority he The ccmpany owns what Is. known as the Prices Are low.

'. had Just Invoked offer to a c'ulprlt under Dubulsson tract, near Gould Ing, Jim
_, ;J3uggicfiiI; Lgo11E1. ," ." I charges which be, the Governor, evidently north of FensacoU., and' ,..having ho other Our Stock: Is Large.

'., ;'. ... ', 'accepted as true as well as amply use for the land,decided to start a catalpa. I Our Drugs Are Fresh.

Hxwr>tesi ,,'. :IIgirdwittro: ; sufficient to. warrant .executive' action grove. The officials say that every other \Ve Now Have., on Hand: I
.. under. the Constitution In the .shapoof tree can. lie cut every live years ,from the
.. \ dale oX planting.
suspension from office, the. opportunity : --
PniniM. and G-roccrle to escape the penaityof. his misconduct --- '
$30 worth Pierces Favorite Prescription
*.* Ca.e of Judge .Bwayne.
k. .? .-. oy resignation.
Washington, April 4.-An Bgreement"haR $25 worth Pierce's'Golden Medical Discovery
Within three montbi from the date of
-WE GUARANTEE: TO SUIT: YOU IN; GOODS AND PRICES.,
1 if-; ,1.- ', the Governor's letter above quoted he boen reached whereby 'a resolution to $37 worth Lewis' Painless Eye Water
made reversal of his : Impeach JIIJlCo'Ch..rlell Swayneof the
complete pontonad
a worth Lewis'
$18 Lightning Liniment
,SGf\LL ON Ua.. -L ; Northern District of Florida, will ,be
j t r r-! ," therein Dialed, and In u letter to those '
who had preferred tho charges ho said: called up for consideration' In the Rouse $40 worth Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic

j ,'-: We :SOLICIT YOUR TRADE A .! f'R TO GIVE YOU"pa. -!\ :. "I Bud.tlrot the matters complained iff, next Thursday The time Is satisfactoryto $4? worth Dr. Kinis New Discovery Consumption .-

:: >' .shfevF "" -*.,-' asuiiC'f.fUi In the specifications, are of 'adijUretlonary Mr the Palmer, (of PlmntlylVBnlR.the who Judiciary prepared $38 worth Menneris Borated Talcum Powders y I

mp't ttenti'on. character and I do'not find
-'and Courteous Committee! In favor of Impeachment worth honey and Tar '
$35 Folcy's
i.t.atCbit charges and specifications a'ro : and ales to Mr. Ulllett, of ';Cull ,
55 .-:. s sufficient to Invoke executive action as report fornla, who agilnst prepared Impeachment.the chief minority Speaker $JO worth Syrup of White Pine Comp.. for.coughs. and colds

Respectfully, contemplated by the Constitution, and Cannon has agreed to Thursday for con $15 worth Insect Powder

the charges are therefore dismissed." slderatlon An attempt of Sun will resolution.be made,by Home Republican $83 worth Sulphate Quinine,. _

In .Dcc ber. 1003,,additional chargesand leaders In the House to have" .
lPitt.m $,13 worth )Sine's JJ ins of Cardui
.1 :t1 vf : QJ i ii' specifications were tiled; and the t.blt. case ropommltted. thus avoiding to at the this JudlclnrvCommlttHH. sessiona I $40"worth Swamp Root. '
Governor reopened the and referred .
ease vote on the merits of the cas That
Gk : ; the record to the Attorney+Uoneral "for they contend Is tbataslmpln justification ,
for this course has been fQiind In the ale I -
r his Investigation and opinion upon the R ged fact that the testimony as publishedby I -
j(1 Watch this and get all tbe
4 I legal phases and sufficiency the the,committee Is not complete. The. space
.. \ .. charge la. made that Important papers and Drug Store News and Prices. .
_._-.. ..-..- charges. Theaddltlonalorsuopletnentary'charres affidavltM hive. been withheld from the
-----"i"- = recited "the facts that. proceedings house, and It will be Insisted that before
.- Intmandamus against the reculcllru'nt the house Is\ asked to vote on tho renoEullon S. E: McGEACHV &: CO.
Senator Tlllman In n. mad .* i ive. hen I I f I'IIK.'iM-iuIn/ of Panama will not bit paid It has a right to alt the Information .
becaoao jest us an Ohio lym-hlng bee hi''''the tlO 0 1.WIO which U their du v because. 6fHcer bad been had in the Circuit that was before the committee. when It .
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announced, bin physician bolts In and toll.*']lor tin certainty. that they would Imme- Court, n-which I he had tiled, Under oath, agreed by a vote of 8 to ft tt> pass a rexolu I"V -v-- -If'
him be must not use" his throat fur a dlKtely net up another revolution. and I tlon favoring the impeachment of Judiedwayna .
month. divide U among the victors. Tee must of a false return to the writ .and when ..proceeded "
.- It will b out In dividends 10 the president and the recommitted, they wilt endeavorIn DR. T. G. YATES
Congressman $perr'. of Connecticut: treasurer, who .will perhaps lira had severely reprimanded'htm, saying case other Coming. right down to hard pan who Is ,
on an some way to prevent a vo e on
extraditethe Hearst? A lUuowu until five nr
explains polsou.murderer' the refusal of by 10..0 calling attention American man-of-war. that ho wu ''not fit to discharge. the" due the merits of the CI1..Bt this time. It U six' : years ago man when bn launched" largo With TWENTY'YEARSfe'
: --.; said office:.' that bin conduct suggested ss an alternative propoo'il that of Inherited fortune In news
to what he calls "the fac";: that a man lU ,6f and sums an .
a day after the convening r>t the next
the boundary line bee I The areatRntslan 'rail waythrough. Sl- paper work. These papers arlllrroat.bll'Iparst EXPERIENCE" ,
who flred across bad been "repr lilinllible and suspicious
of be for
LWI'P1IjS"uh Carolina. and '1Pa'lPa4.e e <... to the Fuel Ho, ,OOO mile Ionic. .has regular sesslou Congress set a h didn't' make them so-hn I Is only -
1,_ I kilted I a' man and It was held that there cu.tMlDUO per mile lu the !extren e.-C Instead of regarding vote. the oiling man wno makes the machinery
The desire for delay Is not generallyshared '
wa no law (for tile prosecution. It.seem this: *.IIIUlleU sufficient ground for 8"11' by members of the Judiciary Committee run smooth by MiipplrlnR the oil where Eye Specialist, .>
as I If a man who could flri a gun forty I, The German In either those who favor those friction may occur. Ho has a sent In tho .
southwest :
army Afrlna pension the Attorney Ueuerai's "opinion' or Is .
lower house of but ho
a very
miles (from Month Carolina to TPoneasee) contrast WILL HE AT
has suffered who aehment. Mr. GIII. -
heavy losses and Imp &&
: been beaten oppose
Governor; body. No Is
to'the silent niemb'ir of that one
murder. stated that
IS.j1S for the
be prosecuted
ought not to tack by the natives. A German nrneort who preferred tbe report 011 the fitct that he occupies
I oast that In a previous battle"no quar- official. conduct complained oJ.ID the mans. said yesterday be wee willing the awaro have I'I
lao the nn-
(> "i save a* newspapers DR.'lIlS0N'S.\\
the seedtessapple ..8 jjlven and every black man WIU charges dated Dee. 8, 1003, Las been made case should be disposed of at noon on Its. ,,,,,,"eod- ,be f.ict. Now the next question OFM ;
'Now Invented ho down. merits after for debate.
they'have P'mya..I'matl"aerl'd wounded a proper lime '
will be president *
In If be Is
elected' who
"' the vermiform appendix might as m. well,never have been created. careering there under a punudonym. ? that, "tbe charge previously filed were BEST corua: MEDICUNIC' : FOB CUIL- an editir or conlJro"'Jll1l&u-ln the first In Oltiploy, I,
MUht U not.be Just an well for the German ho has hired bralnit to do the work-lu tho
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25. ;
of Sept. Ito\ as shown by an
dl.ppsed
Fro'm
: and Americans" mind their own latter capacity "llo:hlnlllsdofnlC" by him, I ELEVEN to SIX o'clock
MVKU A CLK.13 SWEEP. business' ? end,) 'wmt-ot Ioher"oll." meaning the former When you buy It cough/ medicine for smell' thin we naturally conclude that lie mint
There' nothing like (tuing.a thing thoroughly -.a.. ti dl.ml..t.! The "reopening"of the children placeimpliult you want eonlrlftioH.one in which You want you curt one have bill eye on some one who( Is to b.. the First Tuesday iii' Each .
Ol all thlt a..I... you ever heard Chairmen of Republican conventions In case thatnotonlyreltevet''utmires.. You real prnsldunt. and we think he olllrht tolei : ,
dd not have reached the wantape
1 i.f Knvklo.i', : Arnica Jtatva U the beat It Ohio aud Iowa tnls year are being" provided IIoU"+ tu that U imqueslloinbly barmlus lou i us know bfore we vote. It might. bnliiyan I 5- I
'eflV"" atvuy"" a. it cure ,burns. sore ,cu', with slang-snot. consciousness of this Attorney-General, want one that IH ple.tmtnt to take ;hiini. -and then-oh. well the peitlrtIIIVH i Month. '
hrulaes, bill[ nicer. kin eruption ..nd but the "oplulol1', was evidently siilifae- berMlo'n Couch iCeiuedy meets all of these nit th>*y du not want him.-KortOalues I2T Examinations FREE.
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pile conditions Tiifcre I.
nothing IW goml for G
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..tleJ..etlon by a.! E., .HcG"lIab1".*,,CO r i A conservative town U the deadest Lori to the Uittrurnorr for. thereupon. I tbe cough and <-old. Incident to ClblldbOOt!. Senator TtlUferr.i,H gaining ground In lie J* permanently located as E. M.
cruyglsts. 5.L thing In the country.. / ttZaln,! dUroUseU the,charges. <.*. I kcor.ale 4>y.a. K. KcUcacby!: & Co, Walton.-Laurel Hill RIII- "W. Andersen's Optician, In Penaacola. ud; {
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Parker WB*. Siveeplna: Ui. Country Boats, in ConKreM B l.nc to the People. Growing COI'II. *X Y. X ifl : :
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Indications are beginning to In l lending the oar of friendship to the A good practical farmer tells .
claims for office forth candidates '
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. point to Judge Alton B. Parker, the people are apt put to forget by thaVthey are us that he has found in using ARE AFTER ,I: j

t of New York,'as the nominee of being/ asked to Intrust their property to pure bred selected seed corn he l : WE IYOUR

SutMcrlptlont fl.00 per Joear In, adrinoa.Entered the Democratic" party for the another' care. has increased his yield twelve to! I '
If the >ple would-oi
par >ly keep In mind TRADEr-
presidency. Several months ago sixteen bushels] He ,
the fact that the oflloes! are their property per acre. '
at the pontoffico at Chipley. Fla.. all Judge Parker was mentioned as they would always be careful to whom thinks that the"increase has come ;i And guarantee you will make no g ,
ouaid clmw mail matter.
,i a presidential possibility, and at they Tho give people them.of Florida( have a property largely in having: fewer barren I C mistake In buying from ua If It la 8

W. W.; JONES Bdltor.AdvurtUlnj that time the i idea was received In a Beat. In tin United States' senate! stalks in his fields. The use of : l/p-to-D and tyliiliC] ooJ$ YouW u't

i a with great deal of enthusiasm which for five yours tins "boon In the LecpInz pure bred seed has! reduced the j

rate furnished. on application. by the Democrats in all partsofthe of Jas. P. Tullafirro barren stalks nearly 75 per cent., VAX REASONABLE PRICES. o oWe
During the Urn that hll has boon In- \
country. trusted with the property of the vaoplo and thus his corn bears more '
i!" 'Thursday, Jtprll Ttl, r90*. | Since the first mention of Judge he has not only guarded It well, but likea ears to the bill by so much as the carry a full Hue of Dry Goods. Dress ;-, .:. {i

t & 4 i f:, _Aartrer_____. those_n___' who__ __ -were__ __ favor__ thrifty and diligent servant he haa Increased :barren stalks have been reduced. Good, Clothlnir !:hors, Hats. Urocerlen, 't i

1 :Some .people start out to dp able him have to I Ita store.
: to' no cause In his care that particular plPcfl of The quality: of the corn is also and merchant In town can boatOur / "
Etc. no
right, but fate hands them a change their views, and now,that I,property belonging! to the poople o _FIor- much better'he finds, since be 2''

transfer.. the time is near at hand when Ida ban produced for their benefit over began using bred seed and prices. .
four millions pure .
II' of dollars actual casu. 1, '
Bryan put the Democratic party the nomination must be made, Mr. Taliaferro received from the hands in this! he has also increased the I .

into the ambulance twice It is 'enthusiasm for the distinguished of the people a piece of property of intangible yield. 'rhe increase of twelve to :
; value and Wenator Taliaferro We wrivmu have a full line of
New York j jurist A Par- has i,'
t to be honed he can't. do i it again.'! i ,,__ ..._n_., ;_ a.grows., t.-...... ...ft_ :.. i returned to every person In Florida more I I sixteen bushels per acre is large i & -
I II' ,1 i'oua vvavc aca.wo" yv i:>W""t-'U'" than f7 In the form of public Improve i enough to pay several times over I \ t '

"Peace on earth, and good will over the country, which gains ments which BO to make the property for pure seed, and when once the S1AR"

to men;'' Georgia has again de-I I strength as it grows and at present morn valuable.lie r pure seed is used wholly on the
has added to the value of this properly I ,'
r clared that- the. peach. crop is-safe. I promises to override all opposition while he has bad charge: of It by '' farm onecan select his seed corn BRAND j

: that may arise. causing' Florida's spat IQ the senate to be from his own fields. This is 1

If the Roosevelt Democratic, it ought party to can'tdefeat go,I That there is an element in the respected-as It was never respected, before II what our friend is now doing for S'iOBS' ,
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out of business and let some kindergarten I Democratic party which will oppose lie baa made thin apsct of the people of he has been growing corn from '

'the nomination of Judgv.: ITlorlda a live assel after the rust of'' pure bred seed for several year and you. know they are the best. ?
,take the lead. *
I party till* property of the people of'' In the DRESS!;/ : GOODS end CLOTHING LINE'we'have ome. "
Democrats cannot hope to win that it will assume considerable Florida was placed la I the stewardship of selects the best and earliest ma- TREMENDOUS: HARUAIN .,' 1 -

the presidency with other than proporti9ns no one who has this man, one of Florida's seats In the I''tured I ears in the autu'mnseason'I .'i ,

an able, upright man, one'whose watched the trend of political j, senate was tilled by a- voice and an auto- I tor his own use, as he has none }(' CODl: Y:1J.... !JS.. 1
graph. A voice that Bounded In the 1t1l.1lerlA14 -
public and private'life is stain- events in the Democratic I r-- !
party and an,, autograph thai disfigured for s le.ISElLwiis. '
less. has apprehension. The: great the} pay-roll. [ : T i L* Wells BroJ":
r. .. majority of the Democrats are in Now that Senator Taliaferro occupies STOM ACIl TB'iU' J B CUKED.
a .
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was troubled with distress in
During'" thctlast. fiscal! : year the favor of a conservative man for tills seat practical results, achieved by etntntu-h.- sour stomach gad a vomltmir spell my '. 0000< *X '
... Umt.d States lost 7 hard work IlItl'lflgl'utly'dlrect'd. have and can truthfully MOT tint C'liHrr birlnlii'' / -'
'. army percent president this year, and they feel taken the place of the voice and the pay- !StoiDHch and Liver Tablets cured me.- ,- --- --
of its 'enlisted men by desertion MR*. T. V. WILLIAMS l LRlnlC burg, illch.
that roll Is adorned by the signature of a servant
J Judge Parker
representsthis For sale .
by 8. Is: McCleHuhy A Co. First
or enough to make six 1 worthy of hit hire. National Bank
conservatism fittingly*
more ,
full regiments. The term for which ifenator: Tullafnrro Sam Joue' Ad vie* to Farmer ,,

c .. .. perhaps than any other available was Intrusted with "th_seat belonging to My advice to the farmers is: ', Former United States Senator Democrat. the people or Florida Is about to expire 't
Parker's is suchas and the people are called .upon to choose Let politics alone; stick to-your Cond.(ra.4 StateRESOURCES mcnt*t Close of au.ln.*.. Opt. 9th,, 1903. Z
Judge record
Henry W. Blair of New Hampshire ,
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another steward farms '
gentlemen
; plow deep, LIABILITIES .
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I says the Panama canal will to preclude the possibility of _, a---nlnwaerlr.. n1nb.__" mnleam'.- m.. lUlls nlwa HA and 1Ynn1u.,....1107.65107- -. -- I Canlt--r---------' Ntn..k. ..H.._.... ..,.. ...._..v a rrt.twtv.. \
cost us lOOOtOOO, and that it will adverse "criticism from Democrats Mr Jennings: as governor has repeatedly enough; to' do r i't;'t U.S.DondsanclIJrE'mlums..... 13r>00.00 Surplus Fund..... ..... ... ...... 2,50000!

lead into terrible who desire to do him just- overrlden the will of the people In I you hogs Fern tlaroanc1.1i'lxturl'l.. ......, 234.38Cash Undivided Fronts....... ........ 8.983.83
us wars. making appointments In office. He has enough for your meat; keep out and Due from Banks..... 12S.710.70: .:,......... I8.BOOOO
0 ice. There is no man in the done this In direct violation of his pledgeto Fund..... ..........
Eloquence is often misleading. of debt; make all the cotton you Redemption 033.00 Deposits. ... ....... ..-... ...170.73843
follow the law when
Democratic party whose recordis party the Democratic .
In all ages the talkers have car- party nominated him for governor. can after you have made'enoughof $189,81)1.77 $189,801.77"

a ried the people with them, but freer from criticism than He put a disgrace': : on the State: when he everything else to do you. Get This Bank Comnane. Judge Parker. His merits are need his InlJuen-)as governor to defeat erny wrlsten agreement/ Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits. .
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short handle hoes will
history has not given them the you so you
not as widely known and appreciated the Wallea claim. W, H., MILTOr'Cash-
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have to stay in your'field to work er.
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palm for statesmanship or pa- should lIe wilfully misquotes from public records ,
because
as they be .
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;I triotism. In making an attack on political I walked into a store in Carters- ---

.. .. his long occupancy of the bench opponent., ville8ome time ago. There were .1 -TAYLOR STEAfw1 ENGINf-S .
blames P. Taliaferro whose in New York State has necessarily -I He'violates the spirit of the State Constitution
tire'to- I when he !seeks another office some cotton hoes there with bandies ; ,
nitre caused his be
is commonly pronounced somewhat while holding one. ten feet long. ,I asked,
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a<* if it was* spelled "Tolliver," retired but that his worthis He refused to have the .registrationbooks ; "What in the world doyou want I I, COMPLETE SATwAVLRLS

will receive '75 per cent. of the i appreciated by those who'know. prlntoJ when he had a bid submitted with hoes with handles like that?" GINNING j'b .
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+ In competition In !::
open ronpouwo to an
him best is evidenced I ..
the _
t vote of this county on May 10th by Rdvertltwnent from [. B. IHUon: to,print He said, ".We bought them for : .

for U. S. Senator.-Sentinel-Re-, general demand for his nomi- them for*J5: on the plea that the State Mr.-So and So." I said, "What OUTFITS' Newly.!
nation.' JId not need them then. After Hllson .:.
porter.
lIon. Jas. P. Taliaferro's record same book. at a cost of' over'eleven hunt said, "Hd ordered these long GRIST Caller: WorksMachine -
The Democrat who votes for dred dollars. I .
handle hoes so be call stay in KILLS '
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can successfully stand an Taliaferro will vote to reward a t I If the people remoonber 'that Florida's :
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town and hoe his cotton.; Stick .
examination. seats In their ,
X-ray The.peopleknow congress/ are property, wo '
worthy public official who .
a man
when their ,confidence h is do not think that they will Intrust one of 1p your short handle hoes, gen MILL Shops and"Foundry .
has been of great service to Florida -,, them to William Sherman, Jennings tlemen. .
been misplaced and will vote accord'ingly. and all her people. The Florida! Sun.: SUPPLIES r ,

without" heeding the Record has said it before, and I OUT OP'E(711ANGEe.; Wn Wire Plaw.- firm Proof Roofing?Spray Pump.JUatutrm, R.-.r.p a.or. .

r desperate wailing of disgruntled says it again, that Taliaferro's A THOUGHTFUL MAN Wa ..:MI Malta It to Your Interest to f'gurt' with U:: w'
A town progresses! In orooortlon to the
politicians.. .. defeat would be a serious blow to :&1. H.Autin got Winchester Intl., k newwb..t I number of energetic citizens that "It has. MALLARY BROS.. MACHINERY Or' ;
a- need.
a. to do In Ibe bear! of file wire -! '.
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\__- ---. "Trhe whole world, New York Florida. And he is just now in hiid aueb "n unusual cane of Htomauh", and You : t.eeea ee.e..ee: MACON, CA. '
liver trouble" ,hylriin could not help" h.-r. can about county -
position to do the
State, Georgia and several other most good for He thought or end tried Ur. King's/ :New Velaria county on your two hands
States have declare for Parker. the State at Washington.Volu- Life Ills sec. she tot relief at once mid was Uucora. "

;:to. how does Hearst's little sia Record. I IBy I &finally Co.'s cu.ecK drug store Only 24o'at e,. E, ilcOencliy Perhaps the Den cyst)crntlc party can furnish t DEKLE &: CO., Bankers: r :

Doomlet! Kok? Though he has a President) would be wllllnu to ,
I take th1+ Job at the present salary, and. U'NIF' Y '
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pa t of little "Rhady' to fall ba'ck the comttltutlon Oregon no nngroes President Roosevelt Is reported to have without a 10.000 tuhie. ; ; ,
can come Into the /State. i said that he preferred his literary workto '-' ,I I This brink 0f'prtlltllllervlcl\8 -
Wily donan't for the '
oa, it seems that the thing was anything.. clan He should uu glad of I I061oe. banking Collectkut transaction of all hranrhes of legitimate .9 .
the President test the'mil tter by appoint the piubablH: nomination" of Jndya Parker An exchange says It o.ntl/ood/ men hi rsretvenrnmptend I'n..f"l! attention and all remitted '
premature. ThalI.U just what the public for on day of payment at current rate of exchange. 4
Inn by the UcmoLTHts." us It will give him
.. I a negro postmaster In Orl'gon- after thn fourth of next March all his wants too, but the question Is, will they -** sa Ws olleltNyoar bu".e,,., : .... _
The Pen-acola Journal Houston Chronicle., time' lor lit ir tu'.._Atlanta Journal. always.stay good--Journal. .
sayst'
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at Frank W. Pope wants to
Speaking of the "all-day "ln lnJts"
"serve the Democratic party 'as which 'are ecocnliij so popular, the Hot -, '
r---i rprl<*4 Weekly -siinifesw that t.be -I- national comjnitteeman, and is ant together uu' I have an aINd-iy ONE : -
a candidate for that place, at the slug of their, own. It wouldn't' do ",-,1'- f i HORSE i LOST .
Every would ;
I man Ring a different tun. I ,
ensuing primary. Wellwell ; UCanSaye:n: I and melody there Uontaomury would neither Advertiser.bl\rm'my no' (; ''':' .

any,old thing can be a Democrat I 1-; i '

now-a-days.: The "unknown ann,.' as the Commissioner A VICTIM: TO i _
a
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.. of tViidlom calis IhJIIvIng soldiers ,
II' of the Civil War who have iiofapolied .

Senator Hill of Maine,exhibits You Money J about for pensions 30 per con'numbers' of the about,2Ou.WO'or total numb<
much frankness and some enthu- survivors, who an pi. ,iced at about UOO.OOO. I ,
Thl. "unknown army" Is applying for
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sas'm' in saying that he wishes pensions ae the rate y I about 14xw( a year. i :
HEAVYDRAFT \
Savannah/ N ws. .
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there was some way in which we Know, It, and il ,
;-1
could get rid of the Philippine Whatever the new Pandora commission ;

Islands-that they are a profitless Want >Y.ou to Know It may auuornullth. Its members will- car 'Machines. .
taluly accomplish 80metbllllf In the IllIollir,. -
burden to carry. This is a truth "c line as. In add I lion' to a trifling CI3.00O a .,
s year.. ,they are to draw an extra til ...dll, '
that can't be gainsaid. Just how much I can save you depends oa what you while actually on the scene 'at th,' l ihmns. 88

---L- T want ip my line. I sell most anything you want in ,: It Is safe to any that the ojininls-, E WHY .f. .
the.way Of loners will soon form a uernmnfiiit ; USE THEM ?
Mr. Cbas. II. ,Bliss of Pensa- i I ture wor1d.-Tllllell-Unlon.of the scenery In that part of f"'j :

cola, editor and publisher of I, 1-t VjJEN 2 .
tJ C YOU CAN
DRY I ; GET
OOODa
Bliss' Magazine, has our thanks NOTIONS '. Mays and Jennings and their friend "
were the money power at Ptm{arola. on >
for a copy of'' the-March edition SHOBS HftTS. Nt. Patrick's Day Wft' have .alwavawarned Light i Draft i leering I "
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illustrating I'ensacalaharbor the people to look ID'JE'nnlnlfll'_- ,;
and .
political camp for every evil> be accuses "
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the American ships assembledth GROCERIES,- FEED STUFFS. :, the opposition to him of being) glglty't.0 I .1
when It comes to spending money on the BALL AND '
re., It is a prize and we shall campaign' we do not pretend that Tallafnrro .,

keep it for future reference The time to investigate a good thing is when the abreast ur of Davis the Je.nnlncs-ltroward-Stnck-or thai friends. can keep Roller mi 1t .. '." r.

proposition is made >YOlt.' Prospective buyers will -ton crow* They have f it tu burn-Tallahasseean. : .
do well to 5Tt -FJL3A XHKXi M K tva
consult
us before making '.
purchases.
"{ The New York World, in discussing :-: i : Bearing .'
I I I The New York Tritium hoe a special r '.,.;
our three-billion-dollar from Laurel. Del l.; In which it stated.
graft the J. J WI I'AMS. I that "more or less worthless negroes are. "'MltCHINEt-: :.: ,
employs fol
pension ,
; I coming hire by the hundreds from Virginia e .... ;
4 ':".;
lowing apt phrase: "Talk about and Maryland bvcausn of' their dls-, -
franchlsement ln.thun Ntates." Is t It not FROM! YOUR HUMBLE FIRM, ;
European socialism i militarismand P. S.-Don't forget that I sell the famous "STAR5 morn than likely. that they are /going to .., _
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Delaware lj
beeause It Is known that
i imperialism-what are they STAR" Shoes for men, women and children. be mold In that State to Republican votescan Everitt and :Horne ;

to this colossal,financial merger) fai, tlonal, leader? The lame dispatch i |
I contains the Information-ponslbly It U
.. 'of ,past wars and present polio t "I merely a coincidence-that some of theso, CHIPI.BY
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tics,...?" tvifW, .:dlltrt: :: -. Vb VOir ....., -- -- "'V ..J worthless In the UHlin.borh negroes have, of teen,JlL seen Addlcks loafing>* :;.

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THE BANNER.


Church Directory. Saved Her Life from Pneumonia Good Results In Every. Case

1st M.aud E.3rd Church Sunday lIouth.-l'rea.chlnll at 11 a. m. and 8 every p. m. .'Mywlfe bid a severe attack of Pneu- ", .; Dr.C.J. Bishop Agnew, Mich.,writes:
lio O N. \Vlnl tt, Pastor. monla which followed a case of La Grippe "1 have used FOLEY'S HONEY AND
1 f All Our Subscribers Sabbath School 10 a. m R.I. Miller and I believe that FOLEY'S HONEY TAR la three very severe cases of pneumonia -
Superintendent. AND TAR saved her life," writ a JunesCoffee with good results In every case."
jnlghts.
., Prayer Young Mini's Meeting pr"Thursday yer'mo tin r Tuesday" of Raymond MUsourl.
algbta. Everybody: cordially Invited.
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Baptist Church-rn ahln r: every 2nd
tad 4th Sunday. S. U. UOUITH, pastor.
: It Sabbath! School 3 p, m J. D. ForrcflteSuperintendent. !
;JQRE4T' :! :
Praver MettlnR We4, f' day nights.( PIEUMORIAI

PontoOlie: P reetorJ".

\t 1. AMERIcN: 'Office Sun honr8.la vs.7:00 a. m. to 715' :' : p. m.; except -

East-bound mall clOIOA'at! 10:30 a.m
westbound mail cleans\ at 0:30 p.m.
I'"J 1fR.1from\ Vermin arrives at 10 a. m..
J and leavesatIum.,dally,nxcnpl Sundays .
::: 'FARlVIE'R" Mall! from Ornngo: HII ;dayhlll.d and St. .. '
1 Andrews, arrives at e p.m., and leaves at ; '"''
a.m. dally except Sunday. I .
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Sunday hours: 9:00 11.. m. to 11:30: a. in,, : .. .
4 : : INDIANAPOLIS IND. and from '3:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. \it
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. Money Orders Issued at all hours when
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.. '?lee; L.. '" Corp of Writer. J.,S. ALLEY P. M. -
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Our Clubbing LUt
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WJTUIN) TilE NEXT THIRTY D\Y8 WE OFFER BAHNErt: aid Semi-weekly. Atlanta '" 4W/
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Journal per year fl.75.

;i" l". Two for' the Price of One : World BANNER per and year.Thriceweek*1.OS. New i iliANNKR York

and Seml:! -weekl Tlmes-t'n- OJ

? .r; ;: :.TUB MANNER, the leading' county paper and TUB AMERICAN:FARMER, on, and CltUen; per year ll.&o.
nANNKR and Home and Farm per year -

, c41.' : '. Bath One Year 1 00 ; 11.211 f Cif// .

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f for 'P

; I This nnparulloleJ: ofT"r Is made to all nnvt'cnbscrl hers, and ,,1old\ ones wlior [! IJ .

I I pay up all. arrears and, renew ginning. January 1, 111I>>. AcldresH: x /

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I, THE HIPLEY BANNER nisuuder on-'. a QIIc cc

Julian Hawthorne nove" si,

.. Chlpley, Fla. ) visited a jail some, ten or fi:; teen
"yf, years. ago in order to write a

----_._--- as w magazine article on prison life T -

1.1p---. \ -- says the Buffalo( Enquirer. Orj I
1f ,; An Embryo II tI..mal. returning home he described the

!' This story is told at the ex- horrors he had seen ahd hisdescription

: : IiALTHI pense of'a recently. appointed supervisor made a deep impression -

; ; on bis daughter, Hildegarde,
of a public school in ,
who was u little girl at the time.
+ "! don't think we could keep Philadelphia One day she happened 0; ', .,
: Mr. Hawthorne and Hilde- 'f i, ''Y"I ; ;,; I
boa. without Thedford'e BlaekDraaght. :- ., '
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"J family for. over We. .have two year aNd it with In the the to -visiting a school garde a week later, took a train I. ..,.,-.:'" *'/',.I'<,,,'. ',,,', E" '' "''' '. I 'b, i'-u: ...? '.,.';,.:,'',., '' ',!, -v.;, > .
had. The train ,.." ", :11.1.<:: ". ;. ."'-t '"
bent of reralts. 1 have not a where a young incorrigible' was ride into the co ntry. .j'J,. 'lc ,"::' : '.;\; ., .
doctor In the hones for that length I"
}, of time. It is a doctor in itself. and undergoing punishment; a series stopped at a station near a gloomy I ':. ?" ",;; It; /:. ,..' "
to well '.1 f<' "" .
make > I
always' mady person and said "
Il l : ." JAMBS"*VJaok- of misdemeanors.' building a man : I.. .. ', :;' \ .'" .
anonslller lit "What is that?" 1i'I. : .\..... .
place
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+, The'teacher cited him "the '" :.... : 1
as J. \ '
Because this groat.medicine "The county jail another answered .. *. ,'
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worst in the school-one "1can't ;f .. f! \ -
,relieves stomach pains,frees the boy : ,111 '.. ,
constipated bowels and invigorates I I i do anything with.' I've tried Whereupon Hildegarde embar- 't1 .. .,4..,. .. ", .

;t: ;..: .etWd the!kidneys! torpid liver and, weak- I' everything in the way1 of punish- rassed suspicions her father of the and other arousedthe occu-., Cured of Terrlbfa Cough on Lung ... ../ ,. ,. 'Cured When Vary. Low With .'. '

1f I ment. N, Jackson, of Danville 111. writes: .'.} : : ., Pneumonia
I' pants of the. cat*.by asking, in .a ,
i\ No DOCTOR 1 1.j "!iaye you tried kindness loud !shrjll voice: "My: .daughter had a severe attack of '" J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, III., writes: f

G was' the gentle inquiry of the "Is that the jail you were in',' La Grippe and a terrible cough on' her "My little boy was very low'with pneumonia. I'' .'1
x lungs.. We tried a great many remedies Unknown to the doctor we gave .
is necessary in the home where other lady. father?" without relief. She tried POLEY'S .'- him FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.
.' Thedford'i Black-Draught ia i "I did at fifst ''but I've got be- HONEY AND TAR which cured her. The result was magical and puzzled the .l

4 I ,kept. Families, living in the:_ yond that now." I IHiMoiirl Mail Who Told .Whopper: ;' She has never bean troubled with a cough doctor as It Immediately stopped the r

country, tutee irum any pnysician At the,close of tM session according An, old history of Callaway : ; racking cough and he quickly recovered."
r '. have been kept in health II I J
;:.<, ,_ forbears with this medicine aa ; to the Philadelphia Ledger county.tells of an early'citizen of == -
I ::k: : -c
their' only doctor. Thedford'a the lady asked the boy if ,he that ,:county who was distinguished ; S :

: Black-Draught cures: biliousneesdyepepeiacoWecbilleand- would call and 'see her on the for-his talents as a spinner" SOLD AND RECOMMENDED@ BY ) )

,' I of''yarns the Fulton ti.-::: .... (
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following Saturday. boy arrived says #-
ti fever, bad blood headaches
I ;"s,. !E!:. McOEM.IIY.Ult': : ) t'hlpleghh'a.! ::;. '
diarrhoea, constipation, colic promptly at the bour ap- (Mo.). Sun.. Ills name was Azel ;

and almost every other ailment : pointed. The lady showed. hi in Barnes, and he was a blacksmith.One ,

... because the stomach bowel. her best pictures played her of Barnes' stories was that man in Pennsylvania! who grew comes into contact with the rail. : CO YEARS '
and
liver EXPERIENCE ,
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kidneys so nearly con-
ry before he made> a'acythe seven feet A four-wheeler therefore must 1
trol the health. lit client music and set once hot-house peaches, and suggested -

I him a.lun.heon on ,her daintiest in length-beat it out on his an- that he might get some of him. do all of 'pulling on a surface .

THEDFORD'S china, when she thought it about vil. Then he put a handle on it i of one inch or an inch and a half.

time to begin her little sermon and cut seven acres of grass in Mr.. Whitney gave the fruit dealer -.. If the contact surface between

"My dear," she began, "were one day without whetting of a $50 bill and told him to go toI I wheels and rails could be doubled

you, not very unhappy ,to have to grinding: the blade. As he was the grower and see what he Could the capacity of the locomotive TRADe MARKSCOPVRIOHT ,
bLAUIDRAGUT"- stand in- the corner before all the going home that evening he haw do. I would be vastly increased. Many DxaloNe: ,4

lying pond of mechanical have attempted &C.Anvene.ondha j
c'avsrfor punishment? i a sheepskin on a '1b'c: marketman journeyed to geniuses iketch and dmrrlntlnn myqulnklr
'1 I ''"Please ma'am." broke In the :water the wool Bide up and with to solve the problem of Invontlon. nafertntn laprobablypa:: mir opinion t' I free CnmniuiilKtlniUfilrlotlTonnlliloilthU. whether an> ,

boy with his mouth ulj' of cake, one sweep of his scythe he shaved Pennsylvania found that the giving a locomotive a better "foot- I ) HAl136U3&. on fKtenU.
lent rreo. oldmit fur Hacurmir patentii.FittenU "
1 that wasn't me you saw. It was the wool off clean without( makinga man had four dozen ripe peaches, hold," but none has succeeded. taken agency through' Mom. A to. receive. .
lurthe
Pete.and he gave me 10 cents to ripple on'{tbe water. He raised Jnd bought the lot for a dollar I'i. tpertot notice without ohnroa
;
;i. t come here and take your ,;jawing" five acres of corn one summer apiece, or $48 for. the'lot. 'He "1 have been nubject t.. noiatlo rhenmnH Scientific JimcricniuA h
ifffFofey's- m for ." E. 11. Wnlrlrnn, of .. "
ollr. clr
week.1. JjircrMfc
I and when it :-wag nearly ripe a ) asys bnndiiomelr ninMrnlM "
brought them to Washington and Wdtnu.lunotlon, lowii. >-.My J ilntu were eulnriiiii of any polaiittdfl itMirnnl. 1..rni,.,$A a .
.
Tarlor 'RunB!!:!> TUB 0UAVE. very large turkey gobbler (he stun and gave me much puin end dlwoin-" ...montb.$. Bulti by all Ttew.Mf nl0ni. .

Honey and A .'o.-tlliK lncl >i flu nnirntecl, br John must hive' beea very large, in- notified Mr. Whithey that he' had ,,furc.. Sly lolwl* wouM' creek. when IHtmlirliletiud MUBranu & Co LfiBr::.w4hlNew; ,, York
children.S9fe.sare'. No oslates.Foley's Oliver of l'hlhll1ell'\lill.' .MS follow: "1 wxIn outside forty-eight fine peaches. I up 1 u Mell tb..mhlJrluin' URIae.I .
de'ed) stood,on the the 1'iiin Ifulin .
u' ewf.ll condition. 31y ftkln wua ul. .nd! have been I hoioiixhly cured "
Cure mo.t.i-yellow, oje mtaknn,.toiitfiie/ coaled, fence and picked off nearly aII'the "How much did they cost?*' hive. not bad a pain,or acne. from the olE
Kidney r In hack lucl aklen, no trouble f>r mnny months. It In cerralnly n
pain on tlnnnliv ap- lie afterward killed
kldn ys'and bladder right. griowlnir. weaker day by day.' Tbife ears. asked Mr. Whitney. I I must. wond-rlul liniment.tKnr, 11111'1 by !h.:
makes |patty. the gobbler and be weighed 150 E.!: >IcUe & Co.
phelciIlls hud tflveii me nn. Then'l wee "lIe's robber '* said the >4oliy
ndvlned to nee Kleclric Bitters: ti soy treat pounds to the quarter, or 600 a mar ,.I _--,__'_____ ___ _______ Your Heart ;
BANNER SALVE Joy the lint In,tile mnd, o da< I pounds 'in al1. and ''yielded 29 ketman.}( "He made me pay. $48a ,
meAt haallng"..Iveln the world. went 1 conrlnuedtheir u.It /'hJUlII.npruv"1" I
!: "
e the x I IMI'lo I D.J..J9NES.
and'ats' now a well to..II. 1 () they pounds of jroodfcathers.NOTHINd dozen for them.

.Foley' and Tar r.bhwIb3vrevenfanother. virlim.o one I I ----- Whitney thought the price May Be Weak. One
bould r..1t\ try tlifin. lnlv' COu. IIIIII-BII- KQUAl.TOCHAJIIlKRlAlN'S I A'I. TO UN: KY-AT-LAW
cures colds, prevents pneumonia. teed "tt..I!: E!:. McHencby. Co.'. drug "tore.IMBVILLB I CUI.1C C1IOLKUA. A\l UIAKK- pretty high, but he gave a check CIIU'LGY: FLA. Person. in Four Has ,
HUK.V MK1IKUY!: (; Heart. '
for $200 for the forty-eight a WeaK

TIME! TABLE.J Cholera"We .und have. m.rhOR".RtI"treed. ChRmh( II. If.
> h & AASDVIIlUi '.. chortneaa of breath after exerclae.
1 l )' for 't>Hra." ...ya 'flee AI 111. b Ji.jflvcn C'ooke.it to of'ederlande'rrxeer his dinner,which was as should' CF3I Attorney'''LEY': :; SLORI7J.S.:at:Law: : heart Your is heart Is not able: to pump the ,

v'r :a : xDIT.Fl8S7: STEWO'sLLF7AN9. nil of our children. We buve" used othertredk'ltion be, inasmuch as: they had cost 49-Offioo stair Wells) blood fast enough to your lungs, .
:, Nn. L No. 1 up IjulMlnir.Careful '
No. 4. No. 2. for theeemepurpnsehuthavenever Some of the other symptoms of Heart
13:35: n'n' l1o.\pm I/v.e.enRl1cola..Ar 5:00: a m 4:00pm blind anything to e iinil. Chum tier.lulir Mr. WhiMey $2 ,O all told., attention' (riven alt matters. entrustedto Trouble are: Pain. In the Bide Back
'.', 1O3: a m ......Homaton..LrMobile 3:35: am .,J.:30pm *. If pout will usu It directed It will mv care.Cldlectkms rnadu. Weak Spells' ;
Fainting
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1:' ., '. : pm .2/llIlI.m:/ ...... .. .... 13:3an't 1:211pm .I wins our-" For rule By a.: .I E.!: McQuacby "They were fine, said Mr. Agent (or raniXHMlble time and fire-teated In- Bhouldor Feet and Ankles;
4:2'Jpm of
;'. I'" -3:2.\"n.. ., 7:30pm: .....NpOrlpltns..... 8rt: >.p m. 9:1 m- & Co. Whitney, in telling of'the dinner, suranou cumpanltta.A Dry Cold Cough Feet or; Swelling Hands. .

If y '. N'O'sTT3.: "No. .. "but.I thought President Cleveland No one can afford to allow a weak '
.1 No. 1. 'bUaeJ'. re..clle.: D. CABMIt'HAEL.Attorney ,
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: r No.2I. No.4. AIJO: heart to &Srlthout medicine because
;. __" ', ', r 'fig, 1S" a m .15:330 pm m Ar f.y....Montcomerp ::Lv hits pm m" 9il pm Since the death, of William C. rather crowded the mourners at. Lnvv..Collections weak heart means poor circulation and w.

4. ll/lOam:/ 9:12pm .... .13irmingliaru.. .. 8:33am: 4:00pm: Whitney many stories! of his life on them. lIe at -five." I< poor circulation means' weak lungs, i
: .. ....Lonlnlllp....... 6:11: p m2:411: a m a Specialty. stomach liver kidneys etc. "
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t 4, .. ,2:30am: _. 11:59am 8:7Oam;\ ... ..Clnclnnatl ..... 9:00 pin Ill5pm here while he was Secretary thlpl"y.: l'I ia.L. :, If. therefore you suspect heart trouble
.7:20am
'1:20"11 ; .: ; m ......St. LO.'I1.' ...... 4llIpm' 8lIlIpm have been told but Heavy Locomotive begin taking Cr Miles' New Heart Cure.
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!:. ,a.J .Juncll. Navy T4Ic: i.IN'NEY, The Heart Cure will do''ou'soo aa It Is
"c."acuh' nncl tIV4'r -There seems to be practicallyno
. ''If.! ',. tu.tlons. No. 2. No. 23. none more frequently than the a splendid tonlo fir the blood and nerves,
Names of I I limit to the size of railway lo Attorney*iat/-I1.a ow,t- '
entire
I/JJ/ "" 'J Dally tNo.3. I (No IItwhprAI1not hown) l'IlIy Daily of the peaches the and will revitalize your system. '
story says '
'\; comotives. Year after they Finally remember. Dr. :Miles' New
$3t) m year
1:; PAn lI.col" Ar. ,0 Stu p U1 P Vernon, Florida.
Ii' h'. '. ; ,. 115\ n', 7"' a m Lv. 1H" 600"or' Washington correspondent: the and Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee Vii'
: n Bohemia .. grow larger more powerful.The
,' -' ; 601, Careful and prompt& attention given: bottle will do good.
'!'f "v Yolestra. 11137 that tbe first you
( 'J V ,' .n 2',) ""..... 719 "n E.etmbla 1113-. .. 5i1/! <. New York World.'When Santa Fe is having built ten to all matters entrusted. tn my care If It doe..t--your money back. .

'/04 .. .1.1321., 3'7 Ili 2 '. Mnlat 1037' ::.:-. ,54i ". Mr. Whitney came, to monsters, each having a capacityof -- "I was afflicted with heart trouble for

1.'r'( ;t:+:,',,,. ...7. :": ,,, ..itS''J }, 7 U'" O If.rp: ''io 1023 tI: ":'!," :1I27 G40' .. \. his,;first Cabinet dinnerat whichhe about two locomotives of the three right ;years.and without I would a moment's be apparently warning all y
>t'.. ." Hif) MllmCity to incommon would fall os though shot. The sttacUs
: 'f standard
; 733 :1 1010 y59nc > types now
( ,"t -11.S3,." : .. .41111 .. entertained the President and I. were frequent, and a terrible dread possennod -
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.J. lsram : GOld: Range: use.; Each of the new, engines mo, as I never knew when or
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,1.. .4 '8U." I nIY 9:1: $ .. 43\'f.: his colleagues of.the'Cabinet} be where nor under what conditions. I
: : 111\ .. IMllllan'. 92/1/ 411331 /" will weigh with tender, 480,000 FERRIS would be tacked, and whether I would
4. .,'". 823.k'( .' -83';'83'i") Crlstvlp.w 913' 400a -'. desired to have some novelty,and pounds. These very heavy engines -I survive them. I consulted and eminent was!
r' 811.\ 83. treated by some of the moot
*" ...t': f 11)) '"' 8if1.! ". DJ'rLl1nd. f 8 fO" 1118" peaches appealed to him .more are rendered necessary physicians; ft the state Not finding re-
U"all
t '018, liar from this source I began takingDr. ,
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;..Y t 40.1.' : De 'l1ltha.k Springs 813 .'. ,214\. : ." .. than anything else. His dinner not because those now in use lack r MEETALL Miles' Now Heart Cure and btranto
.... ". 93' ArlulA---: 744 53144U" the horse-power to pull heavy EEDS Improve at once. I used ten bottles
if. 418 '" 913 cured I have nofLhad .
.. PoncedeLeon g 13") in the middle of, February which entirely me as
... .. \051 .. Wltotvllie 711" 15'03 '\ ",' came; ; loads but because their driving NEEDS an attack for five years."-MR3.
..' .. 503 '.." 13013 .. Ctryvllle .I 71t.. 149" when peaches? are not ordinarilyin wheels cannot get the necessary yV Experience fans tobllnhed It a* JOHN PUBgPACK Lelpidg. 0.FEE :_
;: _, .. 1'27&OJ ;- ulucU Hold by all tlexif-r You Write for Free Trial
',- .: .' : 31s" 105). .. Honlfaf 8%, ", 10top'n' ....1 tbe market Washington.. hold on'the rails: to enable themto ,C-eJ row-the < 1004 Seed lOOrID Miles'. Antl-
-/ : .o' .. ChI pip) 18 -- 1338 .. r went to dealer' here' 1.19 Annual souls: fee to aU applicant Pain Pills, the New Bclent"V! nem..dy
.. wr .., z e 30 .. t'IO" Cottoodale II '.. 1714 .. :He a fruit exert their full power. Only *. for Pain."Ieo Symptom Blank. Our '
S---'.',' ';. 7W ... : .' 1thrlla.nna. ,J 600.53> 1145 a'lQ .. ., I and asked him where he could about a quarter of an inch possibly D. M.TROITRNIOM.CO. Specialist: will diagnose your to cases, tell
130 .... lUlu. U "''\ ;y, ''Ound CTPrl'Ridge II"!: ... 11237e. get lome pe che$. If. less of the surface* of the you hah is, wronand MILES MEDiCAI.how rig.t&. f fee
i'.,. 521 1050! I toldJiim I of i ,.. LAaOI1ATOxW r.r.KHAf.T. .1NO.
5 753.19 i OJ: S"&d rrjielruit dtfalfr a. driving' wheel of a locomotive .. I .
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*XXX. . . Q I CARD OF THANKS. :Political ..A.'UJ npuiicemitr.:

We desire to thank our friends for their" I

cordial response to our Invitation to the '
handkerchief bazaar, the liberal contributions For ..ace ...n tor. For Sheriff.

I: OUR PRIZE ADVERTISEMENT : to the Ice-cream festival by To the Democrat of Calhoun and WaShlngrtonCmintliM I hereby announce. that I am a candidate fur
the ladles of the town. and tbe enthusiastic : the office of Sheriff of Washington; county nafcjnct
patronage by all en the occasion : I am a candldat* for 8tat Stmatov from thaTventytfifth to the action of the Democratic party. If nominated -
DI.trlct, subject to the action of the I will.of courm. rusiun my railroad posltlimiIf
at its climax ft -
thereby making
aa' a pleasant Democratic primary to be hold. May' 10th 1904, elected will deT,,te my time and talents to the vul
as well as profitable success. and reapoctfuHjr nolicjt your nupport. dutIes uf the i, ilno. Soliciting the aid of my
I D We wish also to thank the Chlplcy 1 have I lived alt my tifu In Calhoun county, having friends throtnrhnut the county -
String Band for t.hplrnjoyablp music: been bore ,In the county. In 1869 and Bines I am, very truly.l TouMWATTBV
Clothes for back a also, the liANSKn' for the manY courtesies manhood have at alf llmna supported tho Democratic
your ; shown Mr. S. E. McUcnchv for the use party and worked for Ita maomwr neverscratching With this. I an'noun"" myself a candidate for -
I a ticket but always. loyal I tottui party the office of Sheriff of Washington county.anbjrct
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Shoes for feet of bis store, and Mr J M Tnagli) for the
your ; and part ninnlncea.Thanklnir to the" action of the J>cntncratic voters at ihuprimary 'I
I BUTLER transportation of furniture, etc etc. you In advancefor the support you election \abe held :May loth. If nominated
CAMPBELL & Very cordl..l1v.k. mar be pleated to give, and aaourlva you that and elected shall discharge tbadutimof
[ Am l'IoCIII1"'r: tao Same. will be appreciated. I am* the nffica to the best nf: my buity aaat without
: Will fit you up neat. : M. E. Church SoiithfClilpU-y, Fla.. Very renpecUully 1904.8. W. Cc.aKK.Blountitown. !:: fear or favor. Your truly. -
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..- Fla, Jan. !:t. JLAxvatiMT ]M- ITo*.
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1 $ Lint of Juror .... ,
By ., I hereby withdraw front taerace ocShrrlfl.
i .. They have ribbons for ladies; .. t The following Is a list of the Jurors For the L.gleiaSure; roquBit. and announce my...., a eanrtldaui fsrTaxAssessor. .
., X am a candidate for the Legtala.tnro\ 1 aotftclttha I the change. wilt meet the .
drawn to serve1 at the spring term of thn truly hone
: .M Laces for the babies; Circuit: Court for Washington county. .uipport of all who take part I.. tho primaries approval of a majority; of the people! a*I feel hat '
: It I you lever mo with the nomination I will use my I better services to thwtaxpayers anda
render
..'. .: Socks and ties for the brothers'.c which convene at Vernon, Monday .May bent efforts to sneers the election. II I am da- can great deal more satisfaction to myself. than If I _,,;
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,1 I 30th f bated! In the primaries I will work for the su.sof > was elected Sheriff. In complying., with the aboveI ,

,:" ,:;; ,:( Stockings for the mothers ; R. C Horn (Stephen A. Wesley the gentleman.of your choIce, W. A. BHYAH. leave my political future with you. Kindly 1 I
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.i I f II. E. Doxtuder, E. J. Johns -. protect lame I
=; r4' C. II. Porter O. MillAr Thanking for past favors and hoping may ,,
"i' ,:'; ; a H. To the Democratic..... of Washington. bounty have you for Tax Assessor I lp. -
rem
roar: support
W. A. Lee W. lJt Farrlor
the cooks : Alter solicitations from some of my
; Groceries for many
; Yours truly R. C. Uo na%
: : ::' <'r Isaac. bowls K F. Gainer frlenda. I hereby announce my candidacy for .

,J : .;.1 Jp t Powders for good ]looks; .,' :. .. : R. I. 1II111prV.. II. Flemmmg Representative, WaHhinirton. ; county; subject to Four :years aim I wan urged" by ny many
the action of the DemocratiC primary In May
"" .. t t' M. P. Williams .f. W. 1I'lissell frlendti to run lor oiMffrctlnn to Sheriff office. I
r Robert' NixonIt.. lirunerJ. neat 1 hope to meet.. many of my constituents | I It tnr
'. I Cologne that smells sweet. : :: refused as thought I had had long enough
I aa _Ih... before that time and If honored by i .
time I would it.waln.
I II. White James L. SellaraJ one ; also I thought not ask fur
with the nomination I that
': '. Corsets to look neat. .' I.. Grant W. O. Yates the your Democratic votes banner of WashIngton assure county you will But misfortune baa coma on nw caused
by few and I
a a political enemIes am left almostpenniless
.
I \. s> ; O.LPipptn C. Coran not again trail In dust S. N. ROBK.T5O5.After .
': .' and I airnin auk my friends1 support In
.of< .'I' J. li. Hewett CJ. \V, Owens
a :.., the. election for Sherlfl's office. ThankiiiB you -
: : '.' Fred ('. Hawk W. Ilarrell due consideration, I have determined to
: c, But that ;isn't alii; :. A. for put favor and promising do all more sood
', R, D. Murray J. L.. M ashbura announce for Representative. My reasons than ever before aa time and experience" Save
: ",:. So give them a call! ,. '" : A. L. llarrell J. D. Mapp.! .. _1st. To aee the Democratic party aupveme.2nd. tauirht me how to dirso, I am.
\ .,. .. To- resent the action of the President mendinir Your friend C. CALLs,,.
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men on ua who have been declared unfit _
.. And see for yourselves NOTICE.To for .......Ice. By; request of my "ad..1" hereby announce
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their shelves. '- the Voters of Washington (County 3rd. To put: men oUt of office who declare that myself" a candidate: for the,&herlfl'a office subjectto
What lies !
on ... ..
.. tha n..I. .od.rht to, be. on An Miuafontlng .ocIal the Democratic be hold
There IsarpporthflnRclrculated that If ] -- -- -- --- u--- primary to on Nay
IDYL BROWN ana elected Clerk I will not move to Vt.r- with the whites. 10th 1904. II I am nominated and elected. I be.
; ; 4th. To work for the man behind the Jean and lieve that I can Bit the office to the benefit of the
.. non. I wish to oay that this repott U !Iwoa'ans. people and credit to myself and Wanhlnrton .'
Chipley Fla.; false and that If I elected will To convince that Is not aim I j '
am moveto you money my county.' Respectfully. A E.,1ItIC..LLAIO!. (;: :
pledge salary to the public I schools, if elected. -
0. Vernon and give the office my personal. my ;
I' attention. J. J. \\ HJUAMS. Don't' pronounce this a Quixotic ,venture until I hereby announce myself a candidate for Stinrtff, 1

...._ .. you hear me further. Asking a fair consideration uolectto the action of the Democratic primary Ito
: .________ ..___ r ., before :you r/romiae your aupport pledge my be held May the leth. 1904. ThankIng you tnadvanoa. :1'..' .

To Ute Voter of PrecinCt No. 7. heart and my" hand to the support of my' party. for the support you may be pluaspd to .:

: The registration hooks will be keptopen f. CUAfiV T. AlfOKMSON. give nw, and assuriav you that! the same will be "
i .FOR ITSELF. g: 1'1 .. ..
:, IT SPEAKS very day from March 28 toApril 26 appreciated.. \' Yours... truly.' W. B. Gaisra.This "
For (.I..k.
who has not
Everybody registered are "
0 requested to corns forward and do so I. I hereby announce my CandIdacy to succeed Is to notify friends and the Democrat \ ,
my
5 _. jf There will b.> registration: book*-)Jn myself aa Clerk of tha Circuit Court of WaHhinc-" of Washington ommty that I am a candidate for

1 'reeinct No. 20 (the one! Just fnrmi>. so toll county subject to the action of the. Democratic theolBceof Sheriff subject;; to the action .* the ,d
---- r.1110 old) No 7 will have to rnmiThereW primary, to be helll May 10th. Thanking you primary election. If elected I can and will fill the

. I! known and formal "peanut' vari'y"ln" honor of Miss T. HoBNit Dep'y Rpl.! Olilcer.S in, advance Yours for your truly support. I am.W. C. too JIt&Y. office .Ith..it to myself. and __ benefit of r-'
work in the board Is too well .. all the people of the .......tr.:: Thanking- for
t ) too aa.tit.fiic( tory. to need any comment Hhpppnrd: last Saturday. evening. your sVpurt. I am,
[ )1.rVVJ') >rotpldS from n... lie ban served the people so Rev. Mr. Ellison of De Funlak< and CITY: TAX NOTICE.All I have decided to make the raCe for the office o* r Yours trul,.._".1'. H. BI.PBV 1 J

well thatothey will nol hesitate to return Rav. G. W. Jonas, of Enterprise, Ala., Circuit Clerk of Washington county offeringmy ,
o.l parties who have not paid their city self subject the action the May primary. If To friends and all Democratic voters of
. him. The school matters are safe In Ills In are the here this week meeting.assisting Rev. .Winslett taxes are hereby notified that. the tax elected am sure I can Jt\oI.\ ...entire satisfaction to Wushlinrton my ouunty, I take this method of asking

IF. hands A.protracted : books are closed and the delinquents will constituents. l. Thanking you In advance for T<>u for your'vote m next election: for myself aa
Mr. J. returned Monday from -
Gay .
-. your aIlPl>ln"t. I am. -a; Sheriff of your county. and assuring you that
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tie for sale the First
,If WB notice little pleasures 15UMHIO Fire at Carywllle.CaryvIIle Columbus, Ua., where he went. on business advertised Monday Yours truly. 1. J. WILLIAMS. same will be hilly appreciated. And, If elected I,
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As we notice little pains. I connected with the much talked of In June. However, all those whawloh todo wilt promise you to always try to make you triad

If wn quite forget our lossesAnd April 6.-Last night about 10 i i "new railroad.Mr.\ Gay feels very sanguine so can PRY their taxes UD to April gotb, For Tax Assessor you, 'used your; Influence for me. KeHpectfully.: .

remembered all rmr aalns: ; ; o'clock the big whistle at the mill of the : that work \\'IIIIIOOD commence In without ex tra cost. J. C. S..CLeIR.
the of Washington for
If looked for virtues this end of the line. W. W. HAHVET. Thanking people ..
we peuplp's Sanford Lumber ('o.npany In (:'aryvlllesoundid earnest upon all part favora and pnimiHlng to continue to discharge
I Tax Collector.
And their faults refused tn-seo" A "straw ride" was taken by sume o( City the duties! the office conscientiously' ando for County Camn>l.a loncr.
What a comfortable, hippy the fire alarm to such an extent our "matrons" out of the Hooth-McKen- -. : the beat of my ability I again announce myself EDITOR BANNKK Tho many friends' A. L.,

t Cheerful place this old world' would boo that all the town And vicinity were zle farm last Saturday and although the NOTICE.. a candidate to succeed myself as Tax A_. Harrell announce hIm aa a candidate Commissioner -

... .- quickly on the put, where a terrific fire springs of their conveyance were rather Yours very; truly. JOHN W. WILLIAMS.I of this District With hisqnallficatlun and '
I at
stIll they report an enjoyable time, the, I am not- running for any office; my ; experlunce he will make an efficient officer.
t Did you get April tooled was ratting In full blast new and bright. foliage, and the many "many. frlcndx" haven't advised It: con- hereby announce mrsolf. a candidate for the S : MsvFaimins.! '5, :-

4 Pay your poll tax and regIster: '.1 be Urn originated In an old and abandoned beautiful little spring/" flowers hidden 'quently.' I am not In the race for your office democratic Tax primary Assessor to subiect be held, the in action Washington of the At toe solicitation.. 'of many friend's and with

The political pot ,Is beginning to boll plunlns! mrtl building.* The flames amongthe /grasses, giving delight to the votes Hut I am afteryour Photographic county on May; 10,1_. the belief that I can be of scrvk. to them,f hereby ",.
over. 'I spread /apldly to-the great jilles of lumber lovers of nature. work and; If yon will call at my studio' Respectfully' soliciting the support of the voter announce candidate for the office of
I Dr. J. W. Booth anu wi fit. of Blng-, I'll show you the I.ATKST In pictures, orVTanhlngton/ county', I am t Counts' mr.u.-fur the 'Fourth 5fmnmie.skiir '
Protracted meeting- the Methodist stacked on the yard, destroying by ft hampton. N. Y., who have been spending, treat you a* well as a candidate, and give Yours truly. W. L SINOI.BTARV.My 'a 'District anblrct to the, action of the '.

It church this.. week: t I o'clock this morning: more than six mil the winter with Dr. C. E. Booth and familly you your money worth. Democratic primary. Thanking you In ;advnca .'

Wanted-A Democratic candidate for 4lon feet of magnificent lumber ready for started on their retnrn trip homo byway C. E. PLKAS.: frlendsras" you are aware I was .before you for yrauppfl.* ', I:.am.yours' .tu serve S. L. ,
two ago-and was defeated in the pnUnarwa. -
years .PAV'1j
of last Moo : :
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ChJpley They were -
. Surveyor of thu county. -Shipment to all parts of the Union. The "y. Of' course some one had to be left*, I took it oninypart .
both delighiedwith\ this climate and expressed aa just and right, because a majority> of thevoters Afn-f thorouth consldnrattioot-.the responsibilities .
Phono No 3 If have LOST
you any news or church building was!! also burned. themselves that .
as believing said ao. But a defeat one time does not of a county ofttceo- and-consulting" many of
want any work In our line; The heroic efforts of J. C. Anderson, when we shall have succeeded In obtaining On Saturday. nigh: March 19th, on the al..ay..n a defeat forevert I therefore again my friends I have decided, to rem for CountyCommissioner

Register/ now; the-book will not booo" of this and hto a more direct and modern means of exrur. lou traIn from De Fnnlrtk. to RiverJiinctlnu submit to you my. candidacy for", nomination for fur district :subject to the action .
lor the second primary.Don't vice-president company, communication and connection withthe one leather hand grip contain- Tax Assessor of Washinsrtnn county In the Democratic of the Democratic primary to be held-May 10th
men saved the.big mill and new, planing world the future primary of May luth.4904. It I am nominated 1904 and if nominated aut elucted will be ever 'j'
I outside progressand |IMIZ the following articles One pair
forget to register, pay your poll : and elected will do my whole duty. ready and willing tn-dlach..r.. my duties a* an 'r
' tan, and be a qualified voter. I| mill.The advancement this country- was bright double Cliffs Inside No. 11X12( mark I) P Thanking you for courtesies shown ,me lit the officer. Thankingfan for $Ha favors you may aoa" 1 '.
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loss will reach not l less than $10,000)()( Indeed. Me or M ; one hleh! turn-down collar) No. paat. I anu I fit to bestow, .A. C. 'L88.T. ,'
1 If yon have not registered/ don't fall to I iuimber ... .. -, W. mark D P.Me or Mj two' turn-down Your friend.\ J. WIU.IAM BOWBM.For I ,
call I and *'111 doubtless cause a l>rge< i -. .. At the solicitation of ".Ienda.1 -- "
on W. T. Horna and do so. WMMII.The collars No 14; two shirts! No. 14, QUO No. urient 'many .
I have yielded'' myself. to become a candidate... '
of loso'a !
employees to 1Z0od'jp1.( I 16 one pjlr Bold cuff buttons one bottle
% Remember! we are still here, doing/ farmers' are Rettfniaji;; aoodCtaii'd ot ; ; Ta* ColI.otor.After County CommliwIfMier for this. the Second Commlssluner'a I 1
,business at the sane old stand.R I This Is!! perhaps the most extensive and corn and are bealantng/ / '. to plant their .perfume, and some other' articles. ,can'tdescrIbe. careful consideration I baved.idsd to district If nominated and elected I ,, \ '''!I\

.sters will 'drop out this month and terrific fire ever wltnp"f'd'lJ1: West Florida cotton crop. whichvlll.not, be I ante. announce myself' a candidate for reflection to-the will trlvo-the very best service that 'la In ma.Thanklna ,i
finding knowing
Anyone game or at the May primary.
any support
for
office of Tax Colt .torof WashIngton county.' Mj you :your ..
will not get back Into use until tieptemb-n.: and every one truly sympathizes We are sorry tor notn' thnt the Infant thing of It;will confer a. great favor on ieo.rdW an officer Is before 1'.... I have"dis, I am. Yours truly, v*

Well. Chlploy only furnished 101 for De with the Sanford Lumber Company lu' child of Mr. S. W. Simmons has been sick the owner by notifying Mrs.-?,. E. Mowers. chargedthe duties. of the office faithfully and oonKiuntknmly Q. A. D4KLBT. : ',

Funlak last Saturday.: Wh t's Uie mat. their heavy loss. for the last month and does not Improve De Funlak, Flu., or The Chipley I BANNER. ',"and If favored with re.eirctk.nhsiI.. "- -.J$
tee __ as heretofore,continue to do my duty. Thankln.rou For County Tr.a.wrer 4.p .
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anv.Master Perry JoneX; son 'of Thos. L. .- ; In advance, for your support In the May p I hereby appeal to the Democratic voters of .

; .. Don't forget the/.excursion to Pensa- _-_ Jones has. returned from Dothan. Ala r-- primary 1 am Washington county for a nomination to succeed I -

cola, Tuesday,. April 13th; only $360 where he went to have an eye treated.% I Yours respectfull.1, : ,R. THOMPSON. myself. Treasurer. Thanking aU my friend

Ticket good for one day.. L FSoJ'1r ] Perry Is Improving now, and we hope Buizjej i f J I for past layers and soliciting a onntinuanci of
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I resp'y.' I.. H. HowBLb.
Very ,
: We are informed that the handkerchief < may soon recover. For SnpU Public>> laalrncllou. aame, am. -

bazaar for the benefit of the Methodist .0 0_ . Some of the boys of this community are -- I take this>method of InformIng the people that .
church netted nearly fno.We : beginning to realizcby. experience that fanaacandldatefor: theofBcsof Supt of Public For County: J..dg. -
J. T. Plrrong was one of the visitors fighting: Is hard work when they have a Have you paid your poll u? nsttuctkin of Washington county, subject/ to the I hereby announce myself a. .re..

call tfae attention of our readors tn here last 'rlday. partner' trhat.' Is I equal to the occasion. .It It's a trunk 'arriorflros.have It. action of the Democratic primary and _pect- dnctlo-.i totboftlceo County caadlat. .
the change In the advertisement fully solicit the support of all Denvicrats. ton the action "rf the coming :
/ of S. E: Prot. Woodruff,. of Westvllle was a Boys, there never .wlll be' a butter time cuoty.
AlrUeachy A Co. In this w ek's paper. visitor here Friday.. than now to stop as such 'conduct often Farrlor Bros can suit lii a'cold drinksThat .. B., F. G..I"...' the support of primaries the voters, and thereat nspectfully t and If elected request ?

\ 'Up to 10 o'clock, Wednesday 'morning Mrs. Dan Campbell spent Tuesday with draws on father's pocketbook andcnuses. root beer Is flue; try It.;at FArrlorBros' :For Justice of ll. Pea e. promise the''faithful. dIscharge of my dutIes aa
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thirteen candidate for dllTeri'iit offices mother to shed tears. : inch officer. JoeL
I friends at Marlanna. < To the Voters of District 1* At the solicitationof I W.L.
bad paid In their assessments to their The school taught at this place by Mrs Red'
/get .
bottle of ale I
Try a Rock ginger at friends hereby announce myself aa a candidate
\ Mr. A. L. McNeil! visited Martanoa Collins of Campbell and also the Hn- for fflmb or School Board.-
nsmea on the ticket. ton. Farrior Bros. '. f,.. Justice of the Peace In District 1$. Solicitingyour
( Tuesday on business. not Pond school. tanc-ht by Miss' Esther < voten. I pmml_ If elected! to fulfil tb04utlreof I hereby announce myself caadlat for reelection

month Candidates wliU-h, yon have only one morp J. E. Davis, of Caryvlll. spent last Miller of Chipley, have closed. MLS! Don't fair to vlllit ..,f.aflfor Bros// store said office to the best of my ability and try to aa a m.mb the Bant Pbll Instruction -
In to work. If you need here CollIns and Miss Esther are both. prdTirl. while In towo. S rive satisfaction to all. ,lid,. name I* aubject to l t the
business.
any printed natter, such as cards, clrcu Friday on teachers ,and have. taught good schools he action of the Democratic primary.I action of primary May.ubj .

No lar! ,3_ letters etc., let us know; obone Mr. J. W. Williams left ;Monday for down here /giving the patrons! perfect: Look at Farrlor that llnr roV."',i>f .ladles' .and "cents'Uxfordsat am. yours. l.. C. PAVIS. etl G. I Bvea; ;

Point Washington to assess taxes.?, satisfaction, so they leave here with the .

o Pensiona] must have been wild and vMIss Mary I home Is .pt'ttdlnq some days respect and best.wishes of .all- We can How about a nice Ihlrt.f..Farrior. Bros DIRECTORY. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.,
wooly during March. From the Journal this week with friends at-Marlanna. commend them. to any community. have them from tl,2} 'ea':h opt, ,, .
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liepartmentofthelntertnrt
To the members of the churcM 'Orange Hilt ( '
1- 'we' lenrn that over BOO arrests. w.remadp;' Attorneys D J.Jones end' McrC. (''ainp- Mr. Duncan Blue Is Iftrmlnijon pine Don't be satisfied until you try Farrlor. circuit. M. E. Church South and to the general I Land Office at Galn..I'i.' Fla.. Mar. 14.19M. f; -
I 407 found guilt; lines ,Imposed 3,250; bell visited Vernon business land, and last year he had threw acres In Dro .' store for what. you\ want. public I desire to submit the following, schedule. of I I Notice fo II. the f.II..a.mod.Ul.
I collected, fjloi.75. Monday on corn and velvet heans-a row of corn and ,monthly appointments .. .ba filed hljt .
, We cult' the attention of the Mr Pete McMllfan left Monday for DaFunlak a row of beans. lie made good/ crop of If you wear ,pants, wn have themtdtheymust : New Hope every lat Sat. and Sun. 11 m'm.Vornoii. ; Imal proof In sHpportnfhlactolm and that said >gfV
voters of to resume his studies at the nor corn, and kept two cows and calves anda be sold.-Wells Broa. I : t every' lat and 3rd Sun.. 7 p. .... proof will tie made helens Cleric' Circuit Court at
r district 18 to the announcement of Mr. L. ut Orange Bill.every 2nd Sun..11 ..m. and 7p.m. Vrrnon. Fla..vtm April 23,1 mat school. yoke of oxen fat on the ,beans during Do wear pants? If /so, call on .
C. Davis. of Allanton for Justice the you Duncan every :2nd Sat. 11 a. m. lid. 33233 for the of nwX 4J|
Peace. He Is before yon In the primary Miss Anna Cosgrove has'gonn to ('hip- the winter. The cows gave more milk we have a full' line.-Wells Bros. I lioinet Pond,every. 3rd Sat., 11 a. m ,%"Vern"l.w'Fa..0 pwlo4 .. .Sec..11'Tp. t N.I

\._ of May 10. Remember him and consider ley to vlolt her friend M Isa Collier.-Pen- and butter than his family could 1111", and That linn of toilet articles at. Farrlor MOM Hill every 3rd Sun., 11 .. m. R. 14 '
his claims. News his now has a good coat of fertilizer on his iller'a Ferry every 4th Sat.11 a. m. Be nam,* the. fV"prore hi.. A
sa 'ola 4th Bros. Is up to dateaai1on\ them. .. ..... ..... cntittnunua fololn' -
land. It will pay to put tit some beans.. Peasant Grove,every 4th Su. 11 We call attention of the voters. to the 8. T. Tiller of CaryvIIle spent Ik portion .. Drugs, patent medicines;tullet articles. ,.Yours faithfully. land via W. P. Moche. Willis Rambrlck. Henry,
chanift In the announcement of !Mr. R. C. of last week with relatives In the etc. -'caD be bond., Jb'arrlor Bros. W. A. P nlC:" Pastor.TIIATTBRHIUC.H Dar1. and GeosgeGalner. all ol Ver Fa'
Home tie has. decided not to be s Huab. W. < .
a can vicinity of Watisnu.Mr.Thoa. .. .
a-tiP'!
didate for Sheriff and make the When TUU want co: to Farrior Bd. f..J Keviater.
to
race Mr. and Mrs R U. Wright am visiting ITCIIINO.:
for Tax' Assessor. Read the and Dpkli now fllls the plare In Bros'. They keep the latest. styles .-
change
the bunk vacuiid by Mr. J, B. Glen, Jr relatives In Alabama this week. Caused: by SALT RI1EUM can be cured 0 NOTICE. '
governed thereby. The handsomest. line of In
stationery
:II r. II. P. Ilooten Is gone to Holmes (
/ Success to you Thomas. this week look after town will tin found.at Farrlor Bros. by the only remedy In the world that Motion I to hereby given that bIds wVl be nonlredatretrularmeatlnvof 4
Although candidates for offices county to some business. .
county Is sold with printed positive .
a
The charming Miss Rhea. Scarlett. of > ; guaranteearound this Board In June for the
are numerous, and the primaries are not Orange' Hill last w..k here the Come, ao'4.'Ilell! ; yon A mower add every bottle. You. will have your : lettIng contract tn build a Meet or wondenbrldiB .- -
far away there has as vet been no meet spent' Mrs. John Cbp nut Is quite sick with rake. Save: your,hsy--VV lls BROS.I!! v money refunded In each and every case ; acroiM the main run of Holmes creek at -
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of Mrs. L.
ings In the county, where all! >KaDtll for guest FarrknvMr. \la grippe, bat we hop she will soon re- wher. DR. BELDINU'H SKIN Vernon and the building of wood approaches ac
Incut oftlces have addressed the people. VV. I. Slngletary: of Mlllvllle. a cover. A lot of now skirts collars. belts etc- 1Y falls whether REME-I minding plans and ppecUcatiorm on file in office '
Misses to cure
Just! received at the !\ RIchardson's.WantedA you ot clerk of this boanU J. W. Caavav.Attrntt .
Thus far, gum-shoes have been the only piomlnent candidate for Tax Assessor, Mrs! N. T.. Cook Is visIting her daughter a IHIcted one year or Htyk It Is. pleasantto I

resource. \paid us .a pleasant call Tuesday. Mrs. J. J. Merrltt' of Taylor, Ala... few bales of good hay on- us... Doctors prescrltm. i W. C. LOCKBT. Clerk. Cbalra.
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Mr. Charlie Votton. of .Ponce dn Leona lion. W. H. Ellis. of Qulncv, a promi- this Miss. week.Oma Brock. of subscription;' highest price pald.-'l' U. .EverlttA Home .
candidate for Treasurer of nent candidate for General Bonlfay Is visiting Junes. 1)-11\) Chlplej, Fla. ....
prominent Attorney was her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Uadl .fJldial.CIrcuita Ptortda-Circuit Court'of
Holmes. county came over Sunday to a. pleaaant caller at our office Tuesday. Yates this week. Attention, Farmers. Do you want t' ---- Counljr. I "
v sit .relatives and frl.-ruJa ht-re. Us 'Mrs Edwards sister of Mrs. J.M. Far- mowing machine or bay rake? Ilso, )"re I. Complainant. IMelvlna -
n <6"
many friends here heartily recomm.nd nor left Saturday for her home at Enters We.learn that onr mall carrier, Mr. Wells. Bros. .' AMERicAN BEAUTY.aMEBIC ". ? 11. -
him to the people of Holmes county and I Iart Melvln. was presented with a fine Mormn.Defendant I /
,. prise, AIa.after an extended visit hero. Ladles, you can find anything you: want "
wish to see him elected, for be Is wot thy girl on Busier Sunday. It la ordered that the defendant herein appear

of their support.We M" John U. Glen. Jr.. has resIgned his .If It does not rain. soon and raise the to-wearat .the Misses lU bardllvQ'IIl1\III1.. herein on Monday, May I. 1404. to the bIllet complainant t.
position with the bank of Dekle .fc Co.: nery store.Ferrior Mini herein o decree proconfeaao will be
; hurt watercourses flony tribe will fare, bad
call
a pleasant Tuesday from and accepted a position with the Alford Broa. have got them If its notions .t"avalnivt .I C.
In this
of the
Dr. and Mrs J. W. Hootb. of Klnghamp- Uros. part country. copy of this order tieprMlshed
Company. want also line of Iadiee'dress .
ton, N. Y, Dr. Booth and wife have been Tho farmers this you { good/ O a week for four erauncutlTe weeka
!! community
.. lion. W. II. Price attorney '' are very goods prior to data In the Chlpler BAXHKIC. a
tending the Inter *ltl> their brother a prominent 'I busy -
I| now planting and cotton and
% D'. li-VKh. of Jay, Fla.. and are on their of Marlnnna. paid us a pleasant call are needing a shower: corn bad. I. Did you say pretty hats? Why yes; weekly newspaper Florida.Wltnna published. at Chipley, Washington (,
very countT.
wiy north. The doctor Is well iileasvd. Tuesday. He reports politics plenty In you will find a profusion of them at the hand and official
with our winters, and wff hope to see him Jackson county. Several the young folks In this communlty Misses Richardson's. Mtn day.S'Maach.my ion*. .a

back to .sueud next winter. Dr. T. O. Yates': the wpllknow' eye Saturday attended and some the of Chautauqua them last Red Rock ginger ale Is'* the' neat drink. ,trJ] -.b w. c. LOCKET ,- -

Why not organize here something likea soeclnllst of renticola. paid us a pleasantcall slow for the excursion. .were too Go around to Farrier. Bros aud aryl i It andyou'll : Clerk Circuit Court .

idles' Improvement bocletj: ? .'J hey every Tuesday month. See The his doctor ad. Is here once Mr. John McDonald has returned from I have nothing else.' !; -. NOTICE Fflfc PUBLIC TION. "
have such at other In all Just received
town probe -Another lot of cheap '
Mississippi and baa r
from
ef the
procured a Job i Department
eblllly the ladles could get something anibroldflrlan also some handher- lat.
Mr. Brltt I suppose he has recovered ; pretty' 't. Land Oflce FI*_vAprll f
done to .the ci'met pry; the men won't do -o..4-c-: -----o.----. -*-- from the Mississippi fever. chief lace; at Miss Ua' le'a. Notice I hby a GalvU.r' theMlowlnonamedaHtler .
It. Think It over, ladies. ; organize give ha his Intention maka -
r- entertainments, and show the men how Miss Vella Yates has just returned MJss Battle's style of haw are quirk final: proof-,In support.r". claim and th-t said

to clean up the last resting-place of the from a visit to relatives and friends at fellers.\ See them' and yon will want prnf wi" bW* before
town's dead." De Funlak. tlhA reports a lively timewhile them. New !goods arrive weekly. : .. Judn. *t Vernon. .. on May iL via -
at the lake. She &ttenGedthe WANTED : John W. W.a.... Fa.Hd. for the ---
: : -Log/ teams and river men to i9t/ P
aM n>aw5 2ft to. 3 s.. .. w. .
A school teacher :
pretty wants to know Ihantauqna.
I c&r. work hauling and running logs.: Applyat / Be aamca the followIng witnesses ta prove his) ,
why the moon Is considered feminine In Measles are getting well scattered Mr. one to the Mobile Lumber Co.* Marian ; contInuous residence' upon and cultivation of said
fl't'l d.'r. and If "guns of war" are mascu The county Democratic executive com Aleck Levins son of Mr. and Mr.. James. ci a, Fla, land fie L. Daniel. J. T. Kirkland. H. D. -
mittee meets at Vernon Saturday. '
line feminine In The .
or gender. Brat HarrsU Daaasl. all
question i In easily answered; the moon Is t Dr. J. W. Ilooth and R. L. McKenzIe Levins. Is quite sick with measles but WANTED.-To buy. anywhere from I o Wa.aa. .

considered feminine because she changes were St. Andrew visitors last week. thinks he will soon over them now; since 88 to 1000, oat, bran, corn cotton seed E.fee paid. G Register.

so ofr.iMi, and It seems to n* that "guns of M 11011 Cecily) Sheppard of Ht. Andrew, they have broken out well on htm.EXCURSION. meal or hull sacks. In good condition. .Apply *" BCaUlV STilt 426Kllasuu : ""

war" are masculine In vender because If was the truest of Miss Jewel Booth last -. S .. to H. T. JONES* at Banner Office, ; : ** CaruS.eo. ."*.U MaksrsA.NEW 'For *. .. ,

thy were feminine they cauld never be week.I For Sale-570\ acres of 'land, pine'and 811 nrre of land In the town of Chip-
silenced.Vfi I I Sirs Walter Green !crave very enjoyable : hammock well tlmbeted with pine, }gum, LINE JIOcrrcQMINU::: IN ley- also go acres In Section 10. and

/ as well as Interesting April fool pic- Another big excursion will be run by cypress and hard wood. Cattle, sheep -', ,AM. TUB NE\y It1IAPE$ in Section lit.- All of the above 2 .

-' call the attention of our rosders to Die last Friday the- L. .Jk N. Railroad to Pensacola. on goats, hnjts and bees wilt, le.sold with aC'1 esratnls dmlnthly located and will.,

'/t announcement of Mr. O. B Bush as, The! city council wan, In session Wednesday Tuesday April 12th. Fare for the round place. Uood *lx-rf*>mhouseand! .bnrn.': W<< Hr Exelumive Agent.1 I sold very cheairfor easi. For full b

'ie ju.Jd J \f.tHfos? member Hoard of EduJ4.coftlonl".Ir. afternoon transacting only.) regu/ trip. ttfiO. Special. train leave Chipley Four roller.. from Ponce. dw.t on>:..."M! : E. NOWLIN

_* \ Bush Is now a membtrot lar routine, work. at 6:38 a. m. Returning, leaves Pensacol I further particulars. writ to.Wond. "Z''t..ald. bOard aDd Is touwell known feo.d-b.ls Mrs. C. K. Ilooth entertained at In- 0 '. '. Campbell & Duller.I r Hbp.
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