The Chipley banner
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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 21, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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Vol.. XI. Chipley, Washington Co., Fla.] ThursdayApril 21st, 1904. No. 44

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X-- .. Exploatton on B.ttl .hlp. 'I,J How Do: You Like Thl.TEPITOR _01/11 tAa*

Penxacula April 13.-By the explosionof FLORIDA Sun: I read with I
3,000 pound of powder In the after I' much pleasure your account of the Menagerie
.1YOUR WOirIH 3-Inch turret and In the handling room : In 'last week paper.
of thelmttleHblp Missouri Captain Wills Your "Wild Man from Borneo" characterization
1. MONEY'S m S. Cowing commanding, twentyninemen was partlcularlv'happy. Along .
g. were Instantly killed. and live In- this line 1 suggest; a series of qu' stlons: To the TradHIF
lurrd two of whom will die When Johu Stockton stales that Senator .
; THAT IS .1UST WHAT YOU WILL OET 'l The Missouri wan on the target range TiUlafarro/ missed hundreds of roll .
with the Texas and Brooklyn at practice cull, ask him bow 'manv Le missed in
1 IF YOU DO.JYOUH TRADINO AT : t about noon whim .charge of powder In Tallahassee wbelr he was wearing out the
the 13-Inch left hand gun nxploded. Ignited sldev, 'alk-s chasing around to prevent the ,
from ifUMen. and. dropping below light, of Impeachment Investigation to .
united four charges ..f powder In the bo shed iix>n his dealings as a bankqr. *
: I E KEITH & : iandliog room, all exploding, and only with the /State Treaourcr.W IT'SrSTOVBS- S.
( 'f8 COS'l mo man of the entire turret, and hand- hn John Stockton tells you that all
if Inircrnw aurvlvea. tint for the "promutand of ri'-nator Tallaferro'a record cau OH put
r' eltlulent work of Captain Oowlos In on two sheets of paper,and all his speeches .
loodliiir the handling' room and m urazliiA on one, ask him how many bills h"<
with water one of the magazines/ would owed when he was a member of tl.e
We have one of the handsomest lines of Spring .> havB: E'xplod'd and the ship would have legislature In 18117- 'jullt two: one to protect
Goods consista! of DRESS GOODS LACES -<* been d"lItroYl'd.'apLaln Co vies| overcome the owners ol labels, siphons.., bottles,
with tun disaster. referred all newspaper etc., and another to. prevent railroad corporations -
'A' EMUROinERlKH. etc.. ever bought .for the [ men to Lieutenant Uaoiner. the from contributing to. campaign .
Chi piev trade. We did not buy these goods to ordinance offlcpr. funds lie forgot to Include banks la ihj
keep, Kiit to sell BO come get your allure of _' The latter gave a statement of the explosion bill (perhaps because he was abankir). YOU NEED !
; them The prices are : : : t" : and Ua probable cause. Accord. but Mr. Fulton I of llcroaude suppllt-d .the .
lug tu him about noon after the first little dellclency. fl
jointer of the after 13-Inch piece had. When John Stockton tells you that
: tired Ills string and the second pointer Senator Tullaferro has never dull -rt.d a We have them. A Solid Car. Eleven flI
,; POO ET-BOOK SAVERS 1 1Ar.d 1s having tired the third shot of his strlnu. speech In tint United States. U-nate: .. ask I
> > the charge l niipd.. The fourth shot was him If he. John, ever delivered au p' ling Styles it prices ranging from $7.50
being lauded and from all Indications the ,except a harangue In his life. Ask him,
K*,,: I first. half of the charge had been rammed too, how many sueeches fsouator, YuitttJellvcred to $3J.( O. We also keep a few of
home and the second section belli
was In the Senate.
when It cornea to SHOES. Wf'l' can Rive GOOD
rammed home< when gates from Iha I shoprevlonxlytirrd When John Stockton attack M- Talla-
FIK lilGUUR VALUES for LESS MONEY than or purtiuns, if the cloth '1 ferro because lie voted to seat Q.lay.. remind I
V, anyone In town. Don't buy Shoes until you cover Ignited, the powder The breach I'I him that he (John) and henna
.eeourllneot : : : : ts was open and.a dull thud gave notice of ,1 would have been as sympathetic barmonloull '
something unusual. No loud report wall,I as John and D.i.ml. k.aifin"' w. ru
made but flume were wren to leap from when John went on' Eagan's buud' a. BUGGIES '
BATTLE 2 tXE'Sii every portion of the turret. A few'seconds postmaster In discharge 01( his (Johu'if)
= afterwards another explosion' nomi political oullgl "''on.
: wha morn tierce\ ", occurred. This was" In i t! When John Stockton attacks Mr. Tatlafurro -
the handling room below, where sixteen on the question, lebaten, ask John .
? w Also, you can get as GOOD VALUES hundred pounds of powder, or four "How about rebates anyhow?" t fiND .
COFFEE, !SUGAR FLOUR! TOBACCO and charges re.idy to be hoisted above had When John!Stockton attacks Mr. Tullaferm .- 'A
i lgnitt-d. Fire! quarters were sounded and I for being supported by the Times- ''A'if
r' 'all\ other Uroceilea from UK, a* anywhere else every man of tli In town Prove It by seeing, .. before buying. magazine and handling rooms were Hooded \ : iintillcan. ask him If Frank Hawthorn, a
with water. : Republican from Maine, wits not em I
In less than five seconds after the first\ editor to dish out to Florida1)etnocrats \
explosion two streams. of water were be. Job peculiar doutrlnus of
fr. W 1. KEITH & GO. : Inn played In the rooms and when volunteers Democracy. % ,
were called for. ev'r, man of the When oho speaks. of trusts, remind
; ship responded eager to go Into the turrets him, too. that the Times-Union was it '
and rescue the craw Capt.; Cowl,," member when under John's control, tf We would be
quickly gave (Us commands. and but for the Associated Prose a great news trust,
xxrl. .-.. his presence 01 mind and that of the olll- and that the Times-Union openly udver I through our
Tear .. rtor.t -w-00 Cru- '
';, errs of the ship the Missouri would have Used that, It "exclusively" pruned the Colemari.'A
gone down. The. second explosion\ occurred Associated Press dispatches. It was not don't want to ;
near one of the magazines, and so only equipped to stifle competition but IL.
F. C. BRENT WM KNOWLES, W.-- 1C. HYER, JR., hot was the lire that the-lirasswork of did. Other Florida papers wanted-these want you to see.
PRK8IDKNT. VWE-PRRBWILNT. CASHIER the magazine was melted. dispatches, but couldn't get them unless : \
T. W. BRENT ASSISTANT CA8U1 R. W. N. ROBERTS ASSISTANT: (CASHIER.( Smoke and the fumes of the burned John Stockton said so, and John levereousented fSBT" Give.us a
powder made It almost Impossible to enter to. say so. .
either the turret or handling room, Ask .Iobn If, whim hndlscuases the dangerous
The First National Bank but ollloem and men with handkerchiefs subject of records IIH doesn't tit I
over their faces madd efforts to. rescue this us K he were III'a crystal-imuu with hi
men Inside. record staring him lu the face. at every
.r OF PJSNSKCOJUn, FJUM turn.-Cor. Florida Sun. _

tTransacts .a General Banking. Business.Your AMERICAN BEAUTY. Harper &

Bu.lne.. Solicited A Political Sonnet.

"I'll do HI"! thus spake the (wizard) OHTPLE, rLA...
DIREOTOR.. oily governor, while surveying the p -
WM. n. KNOWLES W. A. B LOU NT, F. C.. BRENT. t i 7 Illlcal laid aw discerning a* he tlionglii L
a vulnerable place lu the hi"rsH-lvgli.)! _
: W. \. IIYER D. O. BRENT J. S.! LEONARD bull-strong and plg-tlght fence with 1 0 ice' 7 1

.. .. which the junior senator! had, t'ntl'o.d< I
n '. ,
: ; his political pU"Luru-"Ye I'll do 11.1.!
.. ., < Charles; (Dickinson), bring nit the map of !
.. the United IStat,,". Locate Illinois HufW gg i aWWSiag*t9* >a I' Chariest geographically considered
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} which Is further south, Illinois or Vlrr :
i glnla; ?" '
"1 rind by this map your excellency DRUG STORE
\ I that Illinois Is furtlii 8t. so..1.11.. !
; ."leis well! Just .as. I 1.11. ,ull1>t. I am ''I
Look f } Southerner.:! Oh I shadn of my mighty -
i Here.'I prototype, march with me through Flor-
ida as thou dld.it march with thy mighty
hordes through Georgia, and nai.lime
'00 'I to gull the Florida cracker as thou didst:: s. E. 'McGEACU'Y' & 00.
: 1. 1 conquer the Ul'or crackers, to the mm '
I of 'War Is bell. ;' and the Solid South I Is
.. .. busted.
.. -WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF-, Charles fetch me a cracker flour Our Prices Are Low.
AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLE 420 cracker not 4" Florida cracker-I fain
..1_.* Cuts! C*. Bola ...It_ would eat, for Our Stock: Is Large. .

:Buggie.vngoJl.\ : ': ." A iN.. >v .LANE JUaT COMING; IN Cousin 1 um. a Kill thinker Is a;talker; Our Drugs 2Kre Fresh.

ALl. THE NEW SHAPES.: Between us both. We Now Have on Hand:
with and
our talking thinking
:JEhLI.nerri4' IInrdwuro, We Arc Exclusive Agent.. We'll get wealth aud fame, .
And push high Sherman's name, :--
I And set. the cracker. to. blinking.
Canipbull & Butler. -Florida !Sun. $Jo. worth Pierce's Favorite Prescription;
:Pll.int: nud O-rocerio,. .

t.. ." Report of. Board of Publlo Instruction of Washington County, Florid., '$25 worth Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ,. i
'-WE. GUARANTEE. TO SUIT: YOU,IN GOODS AND PRICES.-" Date. No. War. :To Whom Paid. Amount. $87 worth Lewis' Painless Eye Water, ..

"',.b.t Iy net Dash! on band ... ..i... .... .......... .120236. $18 worth Lewis' Lightning Liniment,
O" 1 327 To A A Allen.tPMc.nlt..tl'oplarllead..21! ; 003'M )(
O'F\LLOM.U&4---c 1 :!/ J U 'erUIC\t"achIRll'luc.hlpley.: ...... ........ HO OO)( $40 worth Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, -
: 1 111.:' Catharine' Fertlg, teaching at Chlpley .,.. .... 40 OO (
".. 1 3.K: Willie Harvey teaching at Chi Icy. ,....:..,,. 30 00)i $47,worth Dr. King's X Discovery for Consumption,
We !SOLICIT YOUR TRADE AND PROMISE TO GIVE YOU I' 3.11: .APpnaoUlow..nehlnllathlh.y; ...... ..301.l
I 333: J O Fertlg. Asst. Boom 2, teaching! at Chipley 'Mm( $38 worth Jlfennen's Dorated Talcum Powders,

., I 333":: E Young, teaching at St. Andrew... ...... .... MI 15) .
1 Ho.k..r.tnactlll1l1llt8t.Andrlw......... .... .. 21! 0))( $35 worth Folea's Honey and Tar
-*-* Prompt and. Courteous. Attention. .". 1 ,1iI1'J'; H Mlchoner. teaching at Point, Washington. 51 (II() $Jo worth Syrup of"White Pine Comp. for coughs and colds
Sit/- -' 1 33t: F U 1'uyne teaching Mlllvllle. .. .. ....... 7() (X) ,
1 337: Mllbro ]Brock! teaching at Vernon .. ....., 3500 $15 worth Insect Powder,
s. JFteepectfully ,r 1 318 JIrs W O Lockey. teaching at Vernon.......;. 3D 00 .
,. 1 83U: Mrs R I Ruche, teaching at- Holmes Crook... 27 ISO $83 worth Sulphide: Quinine ,
"I 3-10 MrlllH"llIeJllier.! teaching at Union .. ...0... ill) IM)
." 1 '341 Mrs Florence Collins, teaching at Wausau.... 40 (W) $'j3 worth McElree's June of Cardui .

i : I' 1 343: R I Ruche, teaching at Long Hay... .. ...... 82 BO $40 worth Swamp Root.gj8F .
1m 0)1tt) mUlJQJ; 1. 343 J N Roche teaching at Miller's Ferry .. .... 22 M)
: 1 344 Jano' M Holmes, teaching at Piney Hili. .... li\: ()() .. .
., 1 1HiUlInkllr, Dlst. No. :24. transportation. of pupils. 'JO (IX() -
1 34rt t! E Rochf, teaching at W hitn Oak..... ...... 4S OO
1 347 Mary Hopkins. teaching at. 'ab Ridge 0. .. ...-. 25 (OO Watch this space and get all the
1 348/ J W Ansley, teaching Caryvllln ..... ...... :27! M) Drug Store'News and Prices. ';
t'1". 24U C E Kelley.' teaching at New Harmon..0.. 27 50. .'
1. 3AO Klnle Ualner. LPachlR t Oak 11111... .. ...... 27 SO
.- -. -- 4 1 8.M. Maggleondaon.tsacbing at New Prospect .. 2:1150 S. McaEACHV &: CO.
I 8.13 Ciena Oalnerrteachlng at Lake Rlley ... ... J. 27 /no
..r..d". "' lUdley of Yale UnUersliy Juw-PA, I want to10( Home where. 1. 353 JnnnlUu'rnteaching: at Burke.... .. .. .... .. WOO
.. 3M Slattle Ollbourne teaching at. Midway..... S3 /no
f>IUthl* tory: "A country preacher was Pa-J In ten years the. Panama. canal .
vlanrouaiy expounding the t' ]It, 'Thnre will be ....0,'; then you' can buy ticket 1 355: Ada Robinson L."chlnjtat'flll..r." ........ .. 25 UI)
and w"llIlIIJ"nd gnash. and titkft and mndown 1 35)t) Henry Hush, teaching/ JetTrlci. .. ..... ... .. 2500
will of 4iM tt'f"b.h weeulna"Ay" hi s.il.1.!; "there shall aeo ludlanapolU your ma Journal. there to> 1 857 Wurd.tHachlngatUemons. .... .... ..... 21 U> pritachenwho went to a Kentucky
Ins: 1 35S; Mlma .. ... bred horses DR. T. G. YATES
i helCoa"blnlloteeLhi! Yen," be ahotited. CarmlcJlllel. teaching at May U SO parish whertttbe parishioners
> the with hl(, list "there "I I 35U O LJohneonterehidgatdt./ Luke.. .. .. :... 27 no\ was asked to Invite .the prayers of the ,
,0 "dhi pnlph
ball dticaly tift gnashing of-teeth!."Hut BKST: COt'Gil MEDICINE' .". 1 BttO Patience Roulbac, teaching at. Sand 11111.. .... 21 OO co-i rllil"I Ion for Lucy Oray. He' did III). I \Vlth.TWENTY YEARS"EXPERIENCE
.tAeta8hrllly! plpod up an CillLUUBN. 1 Ml 0 A Miller teaching at Brink 11111 .. ........;. 27 fiO They. prayed three Sundays for Lucy.
old t .rciiot pI woobadbeen worked to a 1 3iK TJRnulhacteaching at Oak 11111.. .. .... .... 2O OO On til fourth h.. was told be need not do
woman realization, of her alns bv the preach up When you bny a eo ih medicine for imall 1 3n3 II K w'h1tpetaaehingaIFriradahlp............ 27 SO. U allY more. "\Vhy," said the preacher all an .
nut malam." maid thn .mlnUt..r.tu children yon want one in which you can ." 1J6.i: E PHanehflZ. teaching at Vernont. ...... ..., SO OO) "'" she dead?" "Mo. answered the man,
er.' "Then In,her direction, "they will be place implioJt confidence. You want one 3SA( / L L Pratt salary ate Co. Supt.. .....,.. .... .... so (OO) ".he won the Derby."-\Va,hlngton Post.I Eye Specialist
t., tine that not only relieve Out cure.. You want 1 3U( J '1''arwr.perdl"l0 and mileage. .... .. .... 2 4O ,
pFuY Ided. f.. ._ ore that la unqiieatlfinably barmlma. lou t. 3ti7 UUU llh.uerdlemaodmlle..Re... .... ...'.... 4 HO U nM that the Panama canal has
want one that In pleuiinnt to take Chain- "' 1 3 )JAKsl.ACLEAN'iS'EEP.there' / bvrl 'ln'a Couvb Remedy m41te all of these 1 BMI L II Howell, corti. as Co. Treas....... .. ... .... 1774 really silks the can.il will be a fertile -
'' nothing like dulnR ,a thing thoroiiKhlv. condition. There in not bin JrXtt gad/ fur 1 370 Parish Bros., bill rendered ....... .... .. .. .... 24 w.J theme of conversation. for another- 300 '
Ui .11 the Salve. you evei heard the I uotiKbA/ and _Ida InolJent to oklldbood. 1 371 J M Simmons. plprf. Kbnnczer, .. .. ,.... .... 85 years or no.' 8
Arnica Sal re I In the best. It Fur note. by 8. E. Sc -
if. liuuklen'a EvUeacbr Co. 1 372 The Chipley zcag, stationery and priming 40 oo
"WSO r l I'ulklt, boils, q'cpr, akin ernptionn and 1 '.374 L L Pratt, .. ... ............. 425' There was a Ma sensation In Locsvllle.
i", r.. It'* only 28J,.nd ifimruntwd to giveitlnf "WhRL', the row o..e00 the next. 375 Hunker steNo. 24,NBappp. on new e'2) O) Ind wbl'nV.. H. Shown of that place, whj
iMlon by ". E. MuQcceby Jt Co., atr' I""Only ". t 374'J W.cravey. beater and pipe for M. "' rry.:.. It OO was Vxiieeteil Iii die. had bl. life saved l by I I
lr"gl.t.. : .. a wooden wedding." 1 377 An"I..w.achlnll/a'Caryvllle ? ..'....., ... 2750 Dr. I .. WoodeoaeddIng. ?-* Uy amount from A C Croora, redemption.. ... 21 46 Lion. He Writs -I endured, lnsuner.iblo |I[
\\"hPDb" Inside history df the Jen- .YA( .; couple of Polei.netting marred ** 25 .. liy amount from A U Croon redemptl in.. .. 2 sy aiXonli'8: f om asthma but jour New Ollie. -
a-Stockton-Kroward. hardly l lwriiv "-PrlncetoaJTIger.. liy amount out'tanding to balance ;. ...... 174 OH141XJ .... -ty guys me Immedinte relief and soon First Tuesday Each .
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..n th" rhr.. l"rlend* will F thereafter eHWteil, .scompleteolive. SlmllHr
I Iw *o friendly. -Tallahasneeao urn are told that OearVal Jlmfnnz.or 09 'HII'J 00 curia of conoiimption.. piioumoula, brjn Month.t3T -

I..nzley.; the ap.r..nlloa"y.* If they'll .By Jlmmlny orwhatever entitlement'& Mch. 1. To balance brought forward" .. .'. ...*-,... .. 117408 cbltls peerless and remu-ly/grip' are-for all nuoieroua throat end It'a lung the Examinations FREE.
'y" t'Iv.himL:4.ttyhewtll' \ lIy. GIYe u.that le! has again been run out of San: Domlnftu .We certify that the foregoing.statement Is true and correct In every particular. >n ulile much and WO'1I8L.t1' on Ins earth .* long! but what of liUe'll oeak' back Attest U. B. JJUIlII. Chairman.! hy I!. E. MeUracuy! & Co., dnugUun. Trialb He I Is permanently. located as E. H.
night and be It .
us pulIslbl" I I gpme at again. L. L. PBA.1T.lec. and Co. $npI. .. tales (rue. Anderson'! Optlc lane !In Pensacola. t
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Tai: Value I I Tbe Primary Candidate I TAe Catnpaigu; t'oniblnatlon. I .

THE BANNER The annual.report of.the State The list is complete, declares ,I It is apparent to all who have I

PUBLISHED KVK11Y THURSDAY. Comptroller contains the follow- the Times-tlnion, and comments eyes and use them that two of Ir I WE ARE AFTER .

ing very sensible!! paragraph: on the approaching primary elec- the candidates for the United

Subscription: $1.00 per year In advance. "The assessment and collectionof tion as follows: States Senate have formed a com- TR1tDEf-

taxes iof great importanceto Under the rules of the State bination and are working in bar- -iYOUR. : t-V

Enterod at the poetoffico at Chlpley, Fla.. a. the\ St tie and counties' and Democratic executive committeeno many against the present incum- And guarantee yon will make no

t oomd. dace mall matter. -- .- upon he ide< ity with which the other candidates for state bent, who by virtue the splendid Ig mistake In buying from us If I It U

officials act upon the delicate offices can now enter the arena. record he has made, is the dOO ] You W ; -
W, W. JON Editor. lfp-to-1) ltc llnd Sty'lill f$ T\t\
., questions involved in the per- Possibly candidates for county leading candidate for nomination'at
offices have few days to con- the primary month. I PRICES.We .
Advertlnlna rate furnl hed on application. formance of the responsible duty yet a I next I AX REASONABLE

assigned depends in a large sider before they. ,take the fatal I It is evidently their purpose toj a full line of Dry Poods.. Dress .
Thy.d.V.; April anh, 19O.. measure the financial standingof step. seek by joint efforts,to tear down "

L- -.---_ the State and counties. Wise, Practically know now all i the magnificent record he has Goods.. Clothing Shoes. Hat Groceries, '

Just' 'think; after the two primaries laws may be1 enacted and the our fellow Democrats who .seek'I made, thus forming a hole suffi- } IC.. and no merchant In town can beat 4

are over we must tackle most careful instructions may our suffrage: and we have time to ciently large for one of them to .

the regular election. be given but they cannot become consider wisely and ,well beforewe "butt in"to the second primary.And oaf prices. .. I,

effective without the co-operation decide for whom we shall by what methods? I

e The Tampa Times says: 'Bob' and intelligent services of those vote in the primary election of Misrepresentation! : j ji
full line of
We alway bavo ,
Davis is as certain Jto be the next I I
depended upon to put the laws in May 10. Abuse! I 4 l.L
Governor of Florida the is I
sun onpration.__ ______ The_ verv. satisfactory It is our duty as Democrats False- quotation from the rec- OHM A T>
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to shine tomorrow... '1-increase in the valuation of prop- and as progressive Florida citi- ord! v C ..L'11 )6

A contemporary, pffers some : erty, as shown by assessmentrolls zens to vote in this primary, not First ope does this, then tbe W BRAND ..

timely advice on how to push attests the fidelity and earnestness according to our personal: likingof other, and, at each public speak! ,

business. An easy and effective of effort upon the part of tbe men who are running, but ing they are seen with their .

, way to do it, in our opinion is to the tax assessors to carry out for those who are best equippedto heads, together, possibly plan yt SHOES, _

apply printer's ink in liberal the law and oursue the instruc- serve the interests of Florida ning the next .step in this ques- r

quantities.TheTallabasseeansays"Near. tions given from this office." and keep our beloved state swinging tionable political scheme. ( aCid you know they are tbe tJcs sla .

----- along the line of progress Tbe of Florida fair -
I people are the DRESS GOODS and CLOTHING LINE we-have ome
DeFuniak Breeze cautionsthe
The that has been set for her by those and just. I TREMENDOUS!: : UAKUAINS.OOIrJCIE: :.' -Q..;
ly every State in the South is farmers of Florida tbus: I ,
who have labored so bard to push Suchmethods distastefulto '
"Whenever is are i : : SEE: XT***. .,../
reaching out for immigration, a farmer thinkingof Florida to the front rank of in them. i:I .. ... '
but if Florida is doing anythingin voting for Jennings it is worthwhile I commercial l States. I ,
dustrial and I They prefer the dignified,
this direction the fact is not to remember that he has Every taxpayer has a personal clean campaign desired by Sena- i : Ti I i Wells &Broi

generally known.. .. persistently and; consistently refused -I interest in the result of this elec- tor Taliaferro and____ his friends- _
to appoint a single farmer, tion. :: <-X-; < *X ,
The Daily Tallahasseean terse : I the kind campaign he is con-
or any one in any way connected This is not tbe time to experi-
ly : "Bob Davis still leads ducting.
with' to place on the
agriculture, a
the procession toward the guber- ment. This combination of candidateshas First National Bank
Board of Trustees of the
This is not the time to heed ,
natorial chair, whichso far as he resorted to every known
is concerned, may be describedas City .college, the purpose of the; cry of those who are person' scheme of the tricky politician to Ot.1\-.Inrinnnn.: I'lti. -
which is to
I popularly supposed
'easy.chair. ally ambitious to hold office. prejudice the minds of the
an .. .
be the education of farmers sons peopie Cond n d Statement at Close ofDu ln B ,Bept. 9tt,1903.
We want safe, sound, conservative against Senator Taliaferro. RESOURCES. LIABILITIES
A few cunning and pickling factories to and
worlc the surplus of the vegetable and daughters along agriculturallines. men in all the offices-men Shall they succeed? Bills RecelvableandBonds.W7ml07 Capital Stock ,.. ......... ...,... 110,000.00U.
up .'' who have demonstrated their S. Bonds and Prt'mlums''f' 13,500.00 Surplus Fun! ...... .. .... ,..... .. 2,50000
Florida wanted.
fruit of are badly by
crops business !could be I Will the,people of Florida tol-, Furn tare and Fixtures.... ..... 33438 Undivided Profits.. ...... ,...... 2.08362
This carried.on at
much leas In Florida than so In We have just gotten hold of a past efforts that they can do erate such methods. -such double i Cash and Duo from Banks..... 125719.70 Circulation.,.. .. ..,,_.......... 12WXOO

many other expense State*.-Metropolis. circular letter which Jennings is (things-the right thing at the dealing? I Redemption Fund ...., ....,.....:....-635.00 Deposits ... ...... ..... ..... 179.738.43!!

Why couldn't we have one seqding broadcast over this coun- proper moment.We The friends of'Senator Talia- J180.801.77 189,801.77
here? ty which is about as absolute a I want no firebrands. ferro believe not. This Bantc Commeno=Du.ln... February t>th.'1902.
excitable tirUy written: .greeracnt. Interest will bo Paid od Time Deposits. -
1 We want bundles
mess of misrepresentations no They have tbe utmost confidence

Professor Ilolloway continuesto i tissue of falsehoods as could begotten \\of nerves., whose only hope'of be in the fairness and just- W, H. MILTON, Cash ere

wage a manly campaign, while I together on the sized pieceof I coming conspicuous would be by i ness of tbe Democratic people of -- -. --'

his opponent is depending upon paper on which it isprinted.1 blustery and useless attacks Florida, and they believe the ver- TAYLOR .STEAiENt3INES/ -
to attract votes.
Next week we shall use consider- upon tbe men to whom we must dict will be in his favor on the ,\

From all appearances the Czar able space in ventilating this look for appropriations.Fellow 10th day of May.-Times-Union. TAYLOR
has much to suck the COMPLETE 1
not longer
campaign argument, saying now democrats, James P:''I SAW '

public pap bottle. DeFuniak only that any man that will so Taliaferro has been tried,4n the A '..IIVUGU-.lft7L. MAN.SI. GINNING ., MILLS.

.. Herald. wilfully endeavor to deceive the United States Senate and he has H. Austin of Winchester. 1ml. knew b -
.. t
what to do In the li-mr of need. Ills wife OUTFITS .
The New-York legislature is people into voting for him is unworthy proved his fitness. hud such nn unusual vane, of tom ub and .. flewly'
liver trouble,jili)'''lc'ixiia could not help'| n..r. ::: '
wrestling with a bill to providethe their suffrages for dog- Party precedent says hens entitled I He thought/ 'of und tried Dr.KhiK's >ew i.. 1. Equipped; .4)6S69 )

proper method of taxing notes pelter in a ,back alley, let alone to a second term. I flnnlly l.ila Ilea cured.unr .Only ho got Roe relief at 8.lit h.once: MiUeavliy: and was OOIST'$ Boiler Works '

,and'mortgages. Down here any I for the highest gift in tbe handsof lie has influence in Washington. A Co.'" drug store. HELLSSUPPLIES! : I- ..IJ.' -;:-

old method is proper. What the people of the great Stateof .- --.... Qot:31: -; 7' Machine J .. .

troubles the legislature is to get Florida-DeFuniak Breeze. lIe has the "know how" so OUT OF 15XC1IAXJK9..' rmLL .t:, Shops: and 1
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the notes and mortgages turnedin necessary at this time. Senator Tallaforro made a fine Impression 1, ,, ? Foundry
Thomas Worthington, of Birmingham Florida's needs are such that here, and gained
for taxation. many new friends.
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-UaillesvilleSUII./ 10. IVlr fir*Proof Roofing* Spray Pump!Af o ! r Ala., has, it is reported the cannot afford to send an un- ,
:-: Wa will Make II to Your Interest to Figure with U*
West Palm Beach says the been awarded the contract to tried, inexperienced man to the About the only question unsettled Is .

News, sends greeting to the Stateat build the first section of the Birmingham Senate. and how Jennings much will and Tallaferro how much beat will Stockton Davis MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO. .
large and challenges any and Columbus & St. Andrews Let us rally to the polls on May distance jlroward Mays and Urown?- t.a ..-.a.eo. MACON, CA.
10 in such numbers that JamesP. Miami Metropolis.\ ,
all of its towns: and cities to generous Bay Railroad, between Taliaferro will be nominatedby ._: I I
< -3W wo o s> s s> S5i 3> 3 *3 *;? 3l K *S( JW S W *S
contest for the honor of Chipley and St. Andrew" Bay, 50 an overwhelming majority in The sentiment for Senator Taliaferro ,Is

'giving the highest per cent. of miles. J. M. Garrett, of Mont- the first primary. Increasing he will doubtless In Aiacbua receive. county a Rood dally majurlty and DEKLE & CO., ,Bankers, \

th' ir total vote cast for James P gomery is chief engineer. The of the votes cast at the primary, May. 10.Gainesville .
:Sun. GHIPbEY. -jjj jjjThis
Taliaferro and Robt. W. Davis, entire line projected is from Birmingham SERIOUS STOMACH TROUBLE' CURED :-: FLf\. '
I wee troubled with distress in my The bank offers Its services for the transaction of all branches of fl 4
or either of them. Ala., via Columbus, movement to trot out opposition to legitimate
I stomiteh. eourstomach "ad\oniifng spells,
| banking. Collections .
receive and
J. Walter Kehoe as nales's In t prompt careful attention, and all remitted
Ga., to St. Andrews Bay, Fla., and onu truthfully ..It V th It Cbsrr.I., ->rlaln's Pensacola failed to materialize.attorney Money on day of payment: at current rate exchange..

Mr. Bryan-'s only objection to about 360, miles.-Manufacturers' I wtomiK-h! *.T. WILLIAMS.''nrt Liver Tubleta. Lalngfthurg' cured., hitch me.MM .- I big may Pensacola make the mare"mayor"go all couldn't right but make the Lor: .. AW.. solicit.. your bu.iitea.-r! (

Tutige Parker i j"P'a that..___ .he.. .irivpannf... _.. -- Record. V'of mile. hv 8. K. McOesohy.h Co. i Kehoe -au..11. the:.= HumA- ..Tnlliilukdaui.un. I, K G CGG'fi i'Kti.
judicial opinions; instead of politi I
- We thought: Itroward claimed H11U- 9x'9' rwX. .
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cal opinions. Btit most people borough county on the strength of his
friendship for the Cuban, hut the Ylmr I II
have an idea that Judge-Parker City Uvmocratlc' Club has endorsed Tallaferio -.,il ONE i HORSE i LOST g.
is doing just the right thing. It and UavU. TboclubU not com- .
I I I posed altogether of Spaniards
would be very unbecoming in the Can: Save Palatka 'lwl'lI-Uer"ld. .tlLher'-j ,
:-tIt II -
chief judge of a high tribunal to 1 a
N reported that A VICTIN ,:TO
enter a political scramble fqr any Sheets goes hu promise. to establish State

office, particularly for;;: the officeof our normals.cliy would When havo ho was a normal here .he this said sum that i I I r1 -

the presidency of the United You Money mer. Apparently there will lie more nor- One of those i '
mals than pupils, and our poor taxpayerswill _
States. continue to "1.-ss roan."-f alatka r4 4Ir& iI .- -
.. 'I.Iracs-Herald.- I I I 1 I
lureMlicatluK; Wafer. .. :-: g HEAVY DRAFT ., '
I Know It and There Is no reason to aonbt that the
The United States Geological Repubileansareafraid of 1'arker. Theycan

Survey!: has recently started an Want You to Know It! be nominated tind many at reasons they found why he In the should cane not of g Machines. -
Mr. llevelaud..
investigation to ascertain the They know that It the
party unTt son Parker. there will bit no''
properties of the waters of electoral votes for Roosevelt In New .
Just how much I can save you depends on what you York.-Montgomery. Advertiser. I' .
Georgia and Florida. want'in my line. I sell most anything you want in :-: II WHY
This investigation will include the way of A vote for Taliaferro means a vote for USE THEM? .
Florida! and her people's best Interest.
both ,the ground ;waters, or those I I lie Is no Itcb..mlnllJ01lt.fch fI. but. a plain
from wells people's_man, a U. S. !Senator that Wall WHEN
coming and springs
DRY GOODS NOTIONS, street could not control. Hu has always I
and the surface waters, or those been found on tire people's Hide on all ;uitmDeerii1g;
public questions and measures before Light i I .
which flow in streams. SHOBS- HATS, Congress.! -Volusla. County Record.

The results, of this investigation : s I .
GROCERIES, FEED STUFFS. From all parts of Florida comes the information -
will be of interest to all citizens that Candidate I Stockton: 1s i BALL AND '

of these Saates, they will dally losing political' strenmh. !MUCH _
as ( ,The time to investigate a good thing is when the red hot anarchistic switches MS. hfe Is In --2i .
undoubtedly be a factor in the i is tlie-hahlt of making will drive from his $ \ f '
proposition you. Prospective buyers will support. many .uf the best conservativepeople
solution of water problems in numerous do well to consult us before making purchases. I I I of the btatt.. And It Ihould. Conservatism ;
localities. sound, level headed sense and Bearing
Not will '
only Judgment Is what Is needed-Duauelloa: .

vater used domestic purposes I I J.r ILLIAMS. Advocate. :-xGov. -iM1tCHINel"j" :

te carefully analyzed, but data in J. Jennings hat been a prominent ,)

regar I to It cal waters will be ac- citizen of his coujity and has twice represented FROM YOUR HUMBLE FIRM '
U ID the leirinatur. | serving one ,
cu ulated which should be of: P. S.-Don't forget that I sell the famous "STAR- term as speaker of tub. house. Uis' nomination
STAR" Shoes for and children. to the. olllco he now holds-but Bveritt
great value to the manufacturing m men, women dues Mil and Home
I not -w s partly the result of a
interests of the States and to the .: cum;>ronilse between the ac1b..reutllof two ,
'I I other much more prominent candidates, -
railroads dependent on these ltk. ,,and partly becaiiau he was related 10 i. cHIPLey,
waters for their boiler supplie oior. r9os W aA td r'fAr ..J prominent candidate. for lbs' presidency. : .FLORIPzt. I
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Free Delivery 'poutei.Py .

his efforts Senator Tallaferre
1 secured the establishment of 'a number 'KIDNEY .CURE\

GREAT of Free Rural Delivery Routes rn

, : Florida, and pf postal sub-stations ia ,
ti tho suburbs, ot the City of Jackson.

AMERICZN ff member Fast Mall of* to the Florida.As Committee. onpostomcss guaranteed for AH Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Is Safe and Sure.

'I and Postroa-ds, Senator Tallaterro -
succeeded ln bavlng an amend '

; ment reported by the Committee- = -ltIDNEY GURE =: I

XE the clause of the bill providing for a rtlB
Fast Mall Route from New York to
t"F _ _
Atlanta and New Orleans for the extension cures the most obstinate cases of nfl"ffl.f't'Y'MVftV'f"'fl-

of similar fast mall facilitiesto :-
IND. ( Jacksonville, without additional kidney and bladder diseases.
compensation to the railroads. T FOLEY'S.Cures
f t>. Leading AgrleuUural Journal or the Gallon, Edited by an Able It supplies the kidneys with the
Corp. of Writer. ': bill as thus amended passed the Sen-

i I,1! ate, but the provision for the Jacksonville I substances they need, to build up .

{ House. route was' stricken out in the the worn out tissues.It I

1? WITHIN TUB NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE) OFFER 1 will cure' Bright's Disease and K I

J I Pension Committee Work.

Two for the Price of One: !' As a member of the Committee on Diabetes if taken in time, and a i

Pensions Senator Tallaferro( had In bu slight disorder yields readily to the Used

fJr t : THE MANNER, the ,leading county paper, and TUB AMERICAN FARMER 'I personal charge the pension interests
r of citizens of FlorIda. Georgia and wonderful curative power of this I
South CaroJ'lna. The records of the Acute by the
Both: One Year 'medicine. I
$3 Pension Offlco will. show how faithfully

"p for he performed this- duty to the It sooths and heals the urinary Most
people of all these States, his reports or 'I
:; This' unparalleled offer It nnde'to nil new Mihscrl herd and all old ones who upon pension claims tUerefrom: being organs and invigorates the whole
f pay up all arrears! and renew, beginning January 1, 111<>>. Address adopted by the full Committee in practically Skillful
ChronicKidney -
aVt? system. If kidneys are deranged -
every 'case. Eesfdes this' work, your t

"j1. THE CHIPLEY BANNEP] fj fj"I be introduced of a large and number aided of in private the passage pen-- commence by taking 0 Special- .

1 I
slon bills for Florldiana.r .

Chlpley,. Fla.1ALT Ists
--__--'__' Cuban Cypress Tariff.' andBladder I I
frO l Eyns -
1 all .
'. --- When the War Department had military 1\1.
U. i: .
iJv.'I.. : .'....,' ..."..-' A writer In the San Francisco Bulletin control of Cuba the provisional 1 j I .
) Rays" : "I somctlniH wonder what will nn- I i tariff then existing for the Island
come of the stingy man In the hereafter. classed cypress lumber as cabinet t tI' !J i
( Ortalnly. ) l"o..8.II't gut Into ti' nvi>n, and if ,
: whereupon the duty was absolutely
the devil has left the first, principled of a \ GDimfMEY CURE and i
prohibitive. Senator Tallafer
gentleman the stingy, man will not get
); I the entree In the other place. It is well ro appeared before the Departmentand O.sE :
{of don't think we could beep to bo t.brlf'Y8nd' frugal but when thriftl- successfully argued for a changeIn Bladder '
,' V. house without Thedford'a Black- nosy runs to seed It becomes, Just plain I'
the tariff It
;d : Drouirht. Wo have used It In thefamily and by means of a rulingof at once. will make you well.
menelv stlnitlnesH. a man
r forever two with the mangy the Department; whereby ,
years cypress .
better Dis-
wuuld much the omallpox. .
\f., beet of results. I have t.ot had a gut
I""', :;.' doctor in the home for that: length I lumber was rated the same as pine j i i A Physician Healed, how Prsscrlbes'l'! Cay!!
/'i"" of time. It Is a doctor in 1 lte.lfaDcl j ItnllBKO Till!: Olt &vre. lumber, greatly to the advantage of i tl

l.-fJ') always cudnappy.JAMESB4LLJackaoaville; adyto make person well- A "IR,-111 nlC inolde' t Is nnrratud bv John Florida manufacturers and exporters ;l II Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician at Smith's QfWfAdd Y eases

i,0,1--' ,llLBecause lither or I'lnlndeli'lilrt., follows: "1 wlta thereof, and of all persons connected Grove, Ky., for over thirty writes his ;personal
l I
( "I In till aful condition. ,Myskln' wee ,,l- with the cypress lumber Industry In I. experience with FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE: "For years
;.t';' this great medicine moat j illow, eve enok' n'tongtie' coute 4'\\." relieves stomach pains; ,frees the imln. crotlniinllv In buck and Miles, no ap- trouble and enlarged prostate gland. I used everything '
1;' constipated bowels and invillor'iil" [ -. pe'ltp\ jrrowlnir wenker day bjt) d ty. Threenlnnlolnns I known to the profession wit0outrelief until I commences j
atea the torpid liver and weak. ( hid< given ma up. Then I wee Florida Appropriations. to use FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking three bottles -
,-'''; ened kidneys vised to i ma 1 Klc-ulric Hitters: 1,0, my greet The work accomplished by the FlorIda : I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now I ..
,Inv| the first hitile, made a deeidwl) l Improver delegation In Congress, In the matter
daily In my practice and heartily recommend its use to all 1LcIIgrI1 I
merit. I continued their use for three wee aand
a well man1 know they of securing appropriations for physicians for such troubles for I can honestly state have I r
}t nm now !
No DOCTOR rnliberi" the grave of Knottier victim. No one '' Florida. Is already known to every resident I prescribed it in hundreds of'cases with perfect success."
Hliould full to trv them. Only //lOt.. ttiurnn- of the State.,
ti I teed;at 8.: K. iLcHen'jhy Cole drug store.Mrs. I' In round figures the State has been Had to Get Up Several Time Every Night
I.in the home where .. .. I
'in' the gainer by the work of the dele- "
; Thedford'i is I II Mr. F. Arnold Arnold, la., writes : I was troubled
/j r!' kept. Families Block-Draught living !{in the ou8ekeeDe1ia,I don't gatlon over Four Million Dollars ($4,- with kidney disease about three years. I was nervous PREPARED ONLY DY //i ,

{} ,. country, miles from any physician want you to be entertaining that I 000,000), which Includes Rivers and and all run down, and had to get up several times
have been kept in health policeman in the kitchen Harbors Pensions; Indian War Claim, 1 I the night, but three bottles of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE FOLEY &.;; COMPANY :
'y 1.;: for years with[ this medicine as any Public Buildings and Light Houses. effected complete cure. I feel better than I ever did fS/J.'V CHICAGO. !ILLINOIS '

y;. .. their only doctor. Thedford's -more. The people of Florida have been bene and recommend !it to my friends." i u.s. A.
Delia Bat Miss Edith is in fited over |7.00 capita. '
N Black-Draught cures bilious: per ==--
t :' > ne89dspepsiacoldschillsand the parlor most ave the toime, TWO SIZES EOo and $1.00 ///

fever bad, blood, headaches, an' Oi don't think Mr.
)- diarrhea ma'am Cuban Cattle Duty Reduced. B, E. McGEACHY. UI 'I C'hl"lp"| l pin.
constipation colio
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would society
O'Flynn enj'y -- -
-.'.. and almost every other ailment Senator Tdl'aferro, arguing before
ry because the stomach, bowels her bein' strange to him.-Philadelphia the Committee on Foreign Relations, nal bill for this purpose was introduced Nevertheless other obstacles\ Inter Give us more fireproof theatersand

liver and kidneys so nearly control Press.NOTniNOEOUALTOt. accomplished &' benefit for Florida: "l the health.TIiEDFORF'S. r stock growers which they will not soon and passed the Senate, but was the House, was amended In the Sen- :
,HASIWC I.AIN'8 forget. The Committee was consid defeated In the House. At the next ate to contain a provision for the pay-
01,1)11') '1.1<:'" A"'U U1AUKII ,
(; "
OK)A KESIEUY: !: ering the reciprocity treaty with Cuba session he Incorporated Its provisions ment of, the "Solfridge claim, for .
/ ,,. and by an amendment which ha lost In building ships for theGovernment'
"We have used Cl ..imherl ln'g Collo. In. another or general pension bill then moneys
offered and ably. advocated the wor during the Civil War. Nerve
Cholera std Ola rhnen Kemnltr In nor fnm- pending, and It went through bathHouses Fag.
!fly! for '''lira," says Sirs. J II. Cooke, of "Cattle" in .the enumeration of products : In that shape, becoming a law The House refused to concur In the
BlAIDRAUG"T{- .vlerlanle.'rtxee.; "\la, have "I"m.lt 10 to be affected by the treaty was amendment, and askedfor, a confer
nil ot nor children. We hive, used other transferred from Its position in' the Claim. I ence. The other Senate amendments If You Waste Your
medicine for the name >ot;e, but helvenever Indian War
clause providing for a 20 per Tent reduction II being involved !In the conference, Senator
found anything to eiinnl''' humlter." So much has been, publlobed con I Nerve Energy
to that providing for a 40 Tallaferro and his labored
percent colleagues
If will use it asullrected It will
liilu'f. yon. Florida's ancient claim, first
alwnys pure" FIT sale by 8.: I L!:. MuGvacbyjfc reduction, thus reducing1: the tar cerning benatof with the conferee for the sal I Awhile You Will _
in the Senate by
Co. iff on animals below1. 600 pounds In presented' vation of the bill, the advocates fit I Suffer For It. '
I -- .- weight from S2 to $1.20 each,, and on YUlee, In 1859, for moneys expendec. the S'elfrldge claim having threatenedIts

I Teacher-What happens wheel animals! exceeding that weight from In the payment of troops and other defeat if that claim was not In.cluded You can waste nerve force by excess,

a person's temperature goes |5 to $3.Improvement. wise In suppressing the SemInoles In Finally, Mr. Taliaferro suggested overwork worry, anxiety eto.
& I the' :years of 1860 and 1857, that little that the Selfrldga Claim bo referred You can weaken ;yourself by not eatingproper
? ,
down as far as'jt can go need be said of Its earlier history, food or securing suZlclont refit to
of the St. Johns River. for settlement to the Court ofClaims
Foley Honey and Tar Tommy-Then I guess he h scold with which all Floridians are familiar. renew the nerve energy ;you use up.
The large appropriations for the !Improvements In a separate measure, and this
fcrchildren.safe.sure. Mooslates.Fotey's feet-Chicago Journal. When Mr. Taliaferro entered the The proper treatment, In addition to .
of the St. Johns River and solution of the controversy being accepted wholemeal
efforts of theState's good phosplmtto food, as
Senate the previous
providing for the dredging of the channel opposition was withdrawn, the bread, prepared cereals, etc., la
j" Cure "1 have been subject to Hoiafio rheumatism representatives/ In the Con.
Kidney secured through the concerted Conference Committee reported the Dr. Mlle Restorative Nervlne.
," \K.: It. VValilrun. of the Sec
for jeiii-8 siij* cress had resulted In having
bladder rlsht. action of a harmonious delegation, favorably with the Florida claim This, la an truly a brain and nerve'food
makes kidneys and Wilton .1 unction, lowu )Iy Joint. were retary of War make and state an as-
reaches in Its Immediate effect intact and the could eat, and be-
Btlll and wave mo much peen Mild 111.0" many bill became a Jaw. as any food you
.... PAM M E R SALVE fort. My joints would crick when I I"Irlflcbleue Iu counties and numerous towns that will count} showing the respective amounts Shortly afterwards the Governor of sides, furnlahoa Btfenffth and tone of 1U
''". ." : lip I used JbnmhwrlMln'H be benefited through an Improved mutually due from the state and from Florida was enablod to go to Wash own which goes to the weakened nerve>
'. ,-, the most healing! :; ..Ive) In the world.Fotey's I .Tutu KM I in unit have been thoroughly cured. waterway, and Incidentally the entire the United States. With a view: t. ington and receive tho warrant. system. and net It to rights '
I (hive not bad A pain/ or anae from the old State will share In this Improvement.This the successful advocacy of the claim, Dr. llUoa' Ilestoratlva Nervino Is a refreshing .
>? ': Honey and farcures rouble! f>r many inonthn.. ltlieeertalnlyH' will of he planned for a place on the Com- ;, revitalizing: tonlo food-modlclno
j most wondTlul liniment. Fur male by B, open up a new avenue .
:i, colds, prevents pneumonia !.;, ( \: &to.LOUISHLLK commerce, thereby affording InterState mittee on Claims, which he secured. for the brain and nerves. It reconstructswornout
tlssuo, and tills yourlanguid
shippers the benefit of competition -] After many months of careful studyof FOR nerve
brain with life and vigor.
which will Inevitably result In I the details of the claim and the existing new

:. i1 & \ASIIVIlUl)' Ill H. TIME TABLE better service and still further reduc situation-In which' he had the UNITED STATES SENATOR marvelous Dr. Miles'cures Nervino of has people mAde so BO sick many the

Lions In rates of freight on* goods coming 1 Invaluable assistance of lIon. Wm. doctors thought they were Incurable
Into a* well as going out of the 'Uloxham, who furnished much of D'I I
standard medicine
_> .uuaJL:: : : axrn E: oaLEANa-: VOTE FOR that It la today the
No. 4. No. 2. No.3, No.1 State. data and probably knew as In mnny thousands of American homes.
t 12:33n'o l1o\pm: : Lv..Pen1acol..Ar. 5:00..m: 4:00pm: about the matter as any other person The first bottlo Is guaranteed to help

;k, 2:2'J p 01 1:0'03 n. m ......Flomatou..Lr 2:311: .a 01 9:30 p 01 Cotton Crop Statistics.. living-Senator Tallaferro -decided JAMES"P. TALIAFERROWHOSE you, of druggist returns ;your monoy.
.. ,.. 12:30 n'C 1:2. 01
4:2:1: pm 2:11110: : 01 .. .Moblle. p When the Senate Census Committeeof that the best way to secure favorable "The extreme heat, clone ennflnement
7:30pm .....New: nrlpane ine end Intonae mental .train Incldcnt to
8:2\pm: action It to present it as an
the 57th Congress wail consideringthe upon waa NAME IS COMMONLY PRO. the banking business, has caused ma
.: :W ORTZ: ;:. No. I. No.. bill for the establishment of a amendment to the Omnibus Claims to suffer with nervounhess and Insom
No. 2. No. 4. and AS IF IT WAS gives me pleasure to say that
s'' 12:31pm! Lv..Pen acola..Ar 4IMpm: 5lJOam6:15am : permanent Census Bureau, the aggregate bill, then pending in tie House rOUNCED rlahl1v used Dr. IHles' Nervine with
_l1Mpm 5:30pm ,Ar.\Iontlomery..I: V lIllam! 9:35: pmrte' of the appropriations, required which embraced a large number of very satisfactory results, In the treatment
: .... 8:33am: 4:00pm: of SPELLED of these. affections. 1 am now 01
l1i>\\am 9:12pm .. .Blrmlngham. therefor looked so large that Republican claims Involving the Iterests nearly
bottle, and eat and sleep
.. .. 2:4\am: my
....Louisville. .. 6:15pm : '' wellf
8:20am. State In the Union. He accordingly
2:30am members of'the Committee every lu fact have almost forgotten
.. 11115 pro i iI
......lJluc nnatt .. 910 p m pm "
11:1\9 m L. ALBT, .Asst.
7ro.: a m a amendment to nerves. -It.
r' ,. 7:20am 1:3pm ......St. J"O'IIA.' ...... .4lH.m: 8:55: nmI'ensaoabt posed to reduce It by cutting out the offered an possess Cashier, State Dank Texurcaau. Ark.
amount for the that bill, making provision for the
? provided collectionand "T3LIVER R.1J
and tlv.-r 'uneU printing of crop statistics. Sen payment of the claim. In this policy FREE Write to OrSD for Free Trlrl
No. 2. I No. 22. .
StatloDtt. Miles' Anti-
N"mpII of Package
No. 3.
No. 21. I Dilly I (nh stop wherelsnntehnwn) I filly wally ator Tallaferro vigorously; protested and throughout the entire course of I Pain Pills., the New Sclentilio Remedy
Dilly against this, declaring that it was toe legislation In the matter, he had the for Pnln. Also Symptom Blank. Our
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10.10 630p
Ar. m
n', 11U a ID Lv Pdnyecola P .. will dlognone your D'Utell
11" Specialist
It U" 713 'r Bohemia 1021" 000 .. one feature of the bill calculated to united and enthusiastic{ cooperationof you what Itwrong; and how to riant(! It,
.4..I 13 99 710 .. -Vnlestra 1031".. 001 benefit the Southern farmer, and gave the other representatives of Florida .I Free. DIL altdO9: MBDICAI. CO.,
., 1'121" 718 ... E4f'nbl 1034 5117"" notice that 'If it wee eliminated he In the Congress.From I FOR LADORATORlEa, LXKUART. IND.

y' 1'331' 795 .. Mnlat 1023 1032"., 54 540v .. would oppose the passage of the bill. the beginning the delegation
113) +'. 721 Harp 101 .. o.J His protest was effective the Committee encountered active and determined op-
'UII 1\1" '139" .' Mlltol\ 1010 to !, retaining .the disputed Kent, and position from other members who rep-
13)) a m Good Range 4"$ "" the bill containing it becoming a law, resented claims embraced In the bill. I

,_. .In'' 8111"' flolu 9311"" 411 43. By shrewd and hold Insistence upon VOTE FOR
Milligan .:
221 830 his rights as a Senator and upon the
913' l0. :
_t .23J".. 8'38' Crestview 81\\' aa.821..0 .. ...- Seminole War Pensions. rights of the State, Mr. Taliaferro succeeded -
,yr ..80") .816-I 910 .:,i j\1o"IY Up-ad II4I.J alII" The bill granting pensions of $8 per In neutralizing such oppositionin ,
month each to the surviving soldiers
813' ...241"4l r ISEi.etD
.93'DeFllnlakSprlngl' the Committee and the Senate, notably _
401" .. ArllIA 74& 231" of-the Seminole Indian War of 185G-Z, WHOSE NAME 13 COMMONLY PRONOUNCED :
94& In the case of a prominent Sen-
Ponce de Leon] 'I 2'J"' n" and to the widows of deceased soldiers Deserve your eonfl.
p' 1' 41" 9 51" ator of another State, who.feared that i-
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117" 15\ Since. Theyh.vsasv.row.
1Yxatvllle 1 AS IF IT WAS
,.' 50' "', 10tO .. thereof, enacted la 1902, was the sub '
.. 719 14\\ the allowance of Florlda..lBTge claim : /
801 .". loll' .. C..Irlvlll Jtontfav a53: 127 ". ject of Senator Tallaferro's constant might endanger the chances of his SPELLED sold er sll d .:
831 103) .. n'n car*. The rsstilt of the r' :OOM1 sad Aaa.alpoup.ld
37." ,10& passage ,,
Cblpl" own. By carefully,studying the merits
n. .
1: OJ" .. CnttoDoJale' II lit 1338 the Mil will be to distribute In Florida ,fns
1' 1107 .. of this claim he
63' opposing was prepared
70.1 -: un" MlUlaDn'1o' 000 .. 4'114 annually for tome years the sum to disclose Us weaknesses had L D.IK.pERAY at.p0.
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1138 Detroit,Mlloh.
of about $100,000 to these
1141 deserving
.73.1"" II IIJ" Ound Ridge.-: .-' ,533 t. 1t23 ( this been necessary; but this claim "T VERI"saatiarY
74-' J. 1901 SMad .:-, : : 521 10.0 and long-neglected patriots and their was defeated and the opposition to the .

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I' business round -- -
already operation, or : '.
timber In tracts of, not less' than two Fut" Ntstm IIeualor.T For SherIr. ;'

thousand., acres up to any amount areasonable < tIm Democrat, ot Calhoun and Wanhlngt( I hereby announce that I urn a candidate form t ',
BhirlfTof Waahlngtun subjectthu ,
figures/ CounttMi S (Mcvof county
April Bargains .. 8unatnr from tilt ,. act if the Democratic iMirty. I been S "
Owners pi' itsr- address", the ,und, "signed I conlMctr' for it'ta'e n < .
rwtwtT.flfth ni",tr and will '
they hltl\lecHbe same during tu< Democratic prImary to bo hnld May 1011) 100 d ot' < time and talents to the dutlon .
next few weeks and raiprctfnlly solicIt your support.J .. r. !t the aid of frIends thee,vl .
T. P. Mctl.BHATII & CO.. have lived all my life In Calhoun county ha'.. o C IcUal a ) .
: 44t lIrll'I"! Ga. ,n been born In the county In 1H6', and aim th I am. very truly TOM J. WTT* .
For Cash .. ..- imihhiMMl, have at all time* mipiMirted tho Democratic \
Buyers party and worked Cur its .miocem."' cover With thin I announce myself a candidate fir
(:'blple)'.'. street Trj.... .
Mi-atoning a ticket but always loyal to the party tho i ftlO.f Sheriff ol Washington cunty. .ubje S
... RDITOK: BANrtica--1veyIuin!: t8 looking' and party nominee to of the 1> mnrltl ..r. I'. '. '
Thanklnic you in advance for the support you primary eloctkin to be 101 Ti numl.natod .
: forward a few Hara to the tlmowbtnChlpley may be pleased to eve, and awuirlng. roe lhat : and elected dls-rarva the du9t-a tithe
: We have just received $521 worth} of ; will be beautiful In the tibun- I htf same will be aopn-clat, I am. iillue to ibe hal mi .l lily and without
dance of her magnificent oaks. What o Very t>fCtlullv. S. W. CLARK.BJountitown foal fa"o. Your truly.
disappointment It will ba If Instead of Fla., J.... 27, 1904. u LAMPK M, BAlo.
Shirts Ujider- : hundreds of the nkblfl.. specimens of the \ '"
: SAMPLE GOODS --- I hereby. withdraw from the race for .
forest we have hundreds ot bilge 8kpl. TO; the Democrats ot Calhoun and WaahlnirtoCountloai r.t
myself a candidate for TaxAssessor. "I.
otons dropping their dry bones on thepasersIy Innu"
I am a candidate for State Senator from the I truly hn.th. will meet the .
and littering the with- can
Pants Overalls Dress Skirts : / streets of aa I feel thatI
thDemiici a
: shirts Twenty-fifth District; aubjoct to the action n( approval maolt.v Ipl. .
their dead limbs. ITut such will be the atlc primary" May 10th. and respect, fullY can render t.t. .I" t."ply.... and
case unless better care Jut taken In trim millcit yiiur aupporU II I -am choaen your RepnentatWa i j a great deal. to myself If I
Waists suing the -street trees. You will note : In the: State Senate I promise: ; fnlthfi 1 was. elected fgheriff.; complyingwith the ..bo"oII
: Shirt Suspenders, Hosiery: ,. : many large limbs aree-utoff one' and two and dlllirent aerrlce and to carefully guard theInt..t. leave. my political future with you. Kindly S

feet from the body and these stubs! die .of the people the Twenty-fifth Dlulrlclaa protect lI.m.
I'clear down Into the heart of the ref!. I hare for the past fifteen years as CountySurveyor. Thanking you for past tavoraand h"plnlI m.J
and other articles favor and have support for AaoeaKir.
Thanking ;you for pant your .
: many : ,I Thn effect Is the same as If large aUIl1J1'110leA ala, for tho support you may give nut I ..m. firai. Yours truly I C. lion B. .
were bored Into tiLl heart of the laat and always the people's
tree and dry wooden plugs were driven S friend.W.. MA.TI Fur yean ago- I waa urgaC b ray manl
; Into them and left extending so far out I IIs It t run for re-election to Sheriff's "
: These Opportunities J Impossible toheal over the wound. 5- t aa 1 thought I had had it long enough lo
S These dead stubs' of limbs! will soon rot ', For the Legislature.I one time: also I thought 1 would not ask tor it
again. But misfortune has come on
down Into the body of the tree, flying am a candidate for the I/csfolature. I solid by a few political enemies' and I am mo.cl.
: and bats will harbor III them the aupport of all who take part In the prlmarlo I .
squirrels friends in
and again ask
my support
: such Values but twice If you favor. me with the nomination: 1 wIlt une mJ': S :
To get come and soon the water will collect In the I .beat efforts to eucurethe elacMon. If I am defeated fnI I for Sheriff's office Thanking you
holes and decay will/ become morn rapId in tha primaries I will work for tho.auocea "..and pnllnor to do all more good
and the huge limbs' will begin to ale and than ever bfo s tme experience" have
of the gentleman of your
You'save :
L : year und ONLY our store. drop, and Instead of being a thing obeauty choice.W.. A. BRYAN. I taught me Your friend.. .m C. G. ALLBN.I .
I It becomes an eyesore. The writer
has noticed such examples la Marl To the Democratic Voters of Washington emir I I
on"these many By* of my I hereby announce"
Quet" Irlend.
NEARLY HALF : tVAfrer many aolicltatinna from acne of mfrlundo. <
anna. candidate subject
mysel a -
for Shll'.ol.
: I hereby announce my candidacy
In many places yon notice the green Representative of Washington county subject to to th D'moratlc I.ld o May
wood has grown several Inches' out on the action of the Democratic primary' In May am nominated and I b
goods. Come Dearly before the best the dead stub trying to reach the and! and neat,_ 1 hope: to mart. aa many of my constituentaa $ S lieve that I can BU the office to tt benefit ol
credit to
: ,_ heal I It over. If- the limbs "era cut off ptwslble before that timei and If honored by: people myaUf A .Id W"tehlnlfto. .
close' to the body they would soon heal your votes with the nomination: : I secure you that S cunty. Repfuly. I

is taken. Your Mends and damage! done for Instance the Democratic banner. f Washington county will
over no / as, I I hereby announce roywelf a candid ate for Sheriff
M. KoBBKTftoi
not again trail in dust. S.
: f those In front of Mr. Forrester'sresidence. subject to tho/action i>f the Democratic primary
/ On tha other hand notice S to be held May the 10th 19O4. Thanking you inadvance
I have to
those In front of Mr MrCulloiigli After due-consideratIon. for the support you be pleased to'give "
prop announce for Representative. My maaonatat. mil
: and Butler. : i erty. One his already given up the efforts To see the Democratic party supreme m.and.-!assuring you ama wilt beappreciated.

: -Campbell{{ to neal I Its wounds and commenced 2nd. To resent. .the .tlmt.of the President In am truly. W B. GAINTR
'Q to die On the opposite l side of the street acid ing men on IM who have boon declared unfit '.

will I Il1ell better results. ..- f or r This IH to notify friends and the Democrats
m you Y-1'put my
office who declare that
3rd. men out of "
0 0. The remedy und only salvation ofUto of Washington county that I am a candidate
0 00 = lo
I IC tree Is to saw those stub ends off elected I and will fill the-
the grnen-wood being .careful not Co 4th. 'JQn work for the man behind the jeans and I prn'ary..lolnn can the benefit of

0 . 0 0 Mr. Wm M. Wilson, of Point Washington 40'\.0., .. I Injure the bark, and do It at once. The .>roirana. all the people nf the myselfand county." Thanking. you for
IH aim, 1 1pledge I
Is and the leaves well To convince you that money not my
sap up grown.
candidate for Clerk, was shaking We are having/ ., weather at the preslent to the public achoola. if elected I your aupport Jam.
> I ready to change that sapInto' wood fiber my Yours truly T. If. BLCB.
TOwN .rOICS hands with the pnoole! hero Tuesdays I time. Don't pronounce this a qujxotic venture. until ,
for the of the and the
growth tree healing
f Dr. Warren, Jacksonville member of Home of the, flsb'-j'Oieii are having poor of Its wounds. If done at once the wounds you hear me further Asking a lair I consideration I. To my frlendi and all Democratic .t.

tho State Hoard of Health, came In Sat luck this spring.' before you promise your support pledge my Washington take thIs. method o .
-+-<> 0 will soon be nettled over; If not. the tretg mart and hand to the party.CHAB. .
I urday on business. While hern .he paidus Mrs._ S., W. And rson Is visiting her must suffer aunt, her year. If the owners my :'rt"l": : : 1 you for your a..ntr.1 next election for myself aa
local ads. C .
Read all carefully. I daughter. Mrs. LJ. ), Oay.; Sheriff of and asaurlnir you that
a pleasant Mrs. Walter <;ni| \cr Irf l visiting her will not look after them It I would bn well I same will be fully appreciated. And. if elected I

Fishing I popular enjoyment now. I !Mr.Charlie Stewart of Pensacola, travellng : daughter, !Mrs C. (-Anderson.::\ for the Marshal or city council to do so, For Clerk. I will premIse you to always try to make iwo glad

Dr. F.
I I and uptodl1teVP8 Florida paper, tin with her. parent:" on lug Hayoti. public calamity. All the younger trees aa Clerk of the Circuit Court of WaHhlng C. SINCLIR
.day.Come rensacola Journal came In Thursday Gardens arc gro\vln. !:? nicely. Mrs S. that have put out green ll.nni down a ton "county subject to theactlonof the Democratic S '' I
when to
and see us you come I I evening and Interviewed: our citizen! for W. Anderson has th.l finest garden In the I little distance from tha top-should have rrlmary.> to be held May 10th. Thanking ;you For County Cotnmlejalone S
town. bis paper. The Journal hasaguodllsl settlement. that dead top cut off. close to the limbs.' "" for your support, I am EDITOR BANKER: The many friends. of A. L.
We call'especial attention to the ad. here. : An entertainment WAS given at Mr I r loping ou the opposite side so I U will heal Youra truly, W. C. LoCItBY Harrell announce him' as a candidate for Commis.alonce
f< S I of this District. With his qualification andexperienced
stolon horse. over. ,
I Will lAgt, ; Friday night. All -
the Campbell's
Mr. Will Rush popular postmasterof Hoping these remarks will be favorably will make an efficient officer.
llavo you Born a Sample ballot? Can Itonifay came over Friday. While present report a joMf tlmn. received. the writer I have decided to make the race for the office ul _-Many FRla "
you vote It In Hve minutes? here be paid us a pleasant call. Ir. Mr. Jno. W. Andi.faon has Just completed remains Circuit Clerk of Washington county. offering my -- hAt
Rush It a staunch believer of Florida1 a small sallbiXit, which la named I Respectfully, A. G. O.tio '. elf subject to the action of the May primary.. Ieluctrd the solicitation ot many trlenda and with
fine weather and ,
are having now, future as well as present prosperity. He the liesslu A. She \Utills"' like a bird In the. -j. am sure 1 can give entire satisfaction to the belief that I can be of service to them I here "
the farmers arujnakluR use of It. air. : __-o___ my constituents. Thanking you in advance for I byannouncamyself aa candidate for ot ,
Is a genial gentleman and can give our I tbeuc
When In town don't fortret to call on us Miss Lou Porte, Vhn has been spending your support am. County Commissioner for the .- .
Northern and Western readers pointer! Yours truly, J. J. WILLIAMS. sloner'e District subject to the action of the
and Rive 114 the news. If you can't come, OIL Florida's soil and climate.HolllfBT. several 'weeks vVUh her sister, Mrs. [! Il' Democratic primary. Thanking in tdvance. 'I.
Mo 3. Arch Gainer retuMind to her homo at .
peon us, i -* At the"solicitation of my friends I have decided for your support* I a.yours' to serve
We are glad to note that the little children rc.---o--o--o--o-.o-. _-.-co.1soNN Econ na Monday.. -- --- ---- tn announce my candidacy for the.office' of Clerk S S. L DAVia.
of !Mrs. Kolllna, who have been qtdtelck ---- to \Yella liroa. and Ret you a fan. of the Circuit Court of thla county for the ensjlnicm consideration .
Itrdrepd. and respectfully solicIt the support of our After thorough o tb np..lh
are recovering. IdO & dA ''New hats this week at be It of a county officer, and .'
Misses Ulch- .lUnl
-- !! and moved yoter. at the coming Democratic prlmp..y.WM. l .
II D. Mercer furnlly have to
We respectfully aak our readers to read ardson's. M. WU.a).. friends, I havedecided to rn County
carefully the unnouncementof candidate -- their new hom Ntep Q l and we hope ire _- Commissioner for dl..trl':2, subject to the action S S
every --- well satisfied. "Star Brand Shoes are better." Wells of the .. ttfbe held May 10th.
; then you will know who In running 1904 and If nominated and elected will be
I Regular services M\ Orange Hill churohHutuidny Itros. sell them 7Roys For Tax Anwessor ever
and what for. "
and willing to discharge duties
Rain Is needed very badly. and Sunday, conducted by Rev.J. when Thanking the peoplaof Washington county lot .ady my. a an
you want neat, knobby Thanking you for the favors you may see
Mr. S. It Hush who has hfon ViM It. .lcer. "
jr. continue die.
Fine Ice cold drluka-at the City Drug H O'Connor furiiNhlngt Wells Bros. all past favors and pvnmlslngto to I bestow. A. C. GILBBHT.
Inn his tmifills at orange Hill! for two tI: .or,'. I F O. J. Outlet, cam! notnn tho latter part to chance the duttea of the ejTice conmientloutily ando ft ."'i

weeks, returned to Cypress Mondayto: resume Regular services at M. E. Church on t,''of last week, but Returned to Ms, .work New 'goods nrw being received at the" the best of my ablllty.1.lfain: .announce Tax Assessor.myself At the urgent solicitation ot many friends. Ihaveyioflled '- ./
candidate to
his duties as tt /: it at that place. next Sunday. Sunday evening Mll4l1eS'IUchardBon's every few days. a Yours very truly. myself JOHN W. WILLIAMS. .mysolf t bo a candidate for

Miss Ella Rooks, of.Orange Hill, bas Prof. Barber Is now domiciled In his Warren Bros are Planting: forty aerfisIn The lad les'' attention especially call,'d County missioner's Commissioner district, If nominated, the and Second elected Com I "

cur thanks for a' line bunch of llowera.8omo One new residence. cotton. Lot u*' plant plenty of corn to the pretty line of summer dress goods. CIlt becebyannounce myself a candidate for the will give the .. beat*service that is. in me.
of the roses were four Inches across. Kev. Cain occupied the pulpit at Baptist cane potatoes and bXns.Mrs. at Wells Bros. of Tax A ssesiwr subject to the action of the Thanking you .your support at the May primary .
1'hll1t1 a few from her line flower yard church on last Sunday.A. Rachel l Wach\<)\>visited! her daughter DemocratIc primary to'be held la Waahinrtor I Yours truly.
Sussoma left for Jacksonville on Lauraat Bonlf, y, who was-vcry sick Shirtwaists" at Mitts Hattle's for 11.15, county on May 10. 1W4.Rnspectfully am O. A.
We have a communication\ from J. D. Tuesday> to bn absent forte few days. with the measles, a- day or two lat week. 1125 and tin's each; undershirts lace solIcIting the aupport ot the voters .1 DAMx.. .
Forrester who 1 U In Mississippi at at 1.15 each. of Washington. county I am. I .
present trimmed .
the of Harmon wait -in thlscommnnlty For Treasurer
length Will Warn left for Geneva tint r.a.mpkln Your. truly W. L IN0LRTAliV. County ,
the of I It however I
; prevents the week, where he will engage: In the Thursday, expressing) his views on' If you want Rood reliable goods at the I hereby to the Democratic voter* ofWachinuuton
publication, this Issue. It will appear barber! business.Dr. ( the duties of a Sheriff und asking the lowest pos Ible price; Wells Uroa. store Is My friends as you are .wa.... I was before you i app for a nomination succeed -

next week. I Henry, of DeFanlak Spring, spoketo favors of the people. the place to do your trading. two years ago and was defeated In the, primaries' I I myself aa Treasurer. Thanklol all my friends
Major Gordon. of Columbus, Ja., R nil afalr-aUed! : crowd at the Academy on T. L. Daniel wall ut liantfay a day or I Of course Borne one had to be left. I took it on my for past 'a..o and .. omtlnual'of rum.
Air. Miller of Philadelphia the urnjrotorx Saturday: of lust week. two last week. lie "ay" they are .little1 Have/ you seen the IIAW. style bolts" part a.just and right because a majority of thevoter. ... I anv Vervreap'yI.* HOWBLo
Wndiips ahead of that neighbor fancy collars shirt-waists Indies underwear I said .... But a defeat one time does nutalways
of the new railroad clI.meln Mr. J. II. Harris of[ Grand Ridge visited tm In fanning\ In I '
at the Misses Blcuardsun'a.If defeat forever I therefore again
day evenlnn. What ihey now propose to at Rev. Cain's thu latter part of last hood. but he don't kiiow how It will be atgathering :' ubmit mean to you a my candidacy;for nomination for For SUI>&Public Instrnetlou.

do we have not heard. week and the (trllt! of this week. time. you want an elegant dress bat,, let Tax Assessor Washington county in the Demitcratic I take this method of Informing the people-thatI S

We the voters of i\Ilsi\ ll(>>sle! McCraule, of Grand Ridge I Died April 11. th\ little daughter of Mr. Miss Hattie make you one of those lovely' primary of May loth. 1904. If I am noml- am a candidate for the office of, Supt. of Public "

Precinct respectfully No. 7 an It notify stood before the new cams over on Fridayeveiilngof latl week Steve' blnnnons Itcr retrial were carried braid or chiffon, ba s. Prices reasonable. Dated and elected will do my whole duty. Instruction of the of Washington Democratic county...bk the

precinct (No 20)) was" made that they will to spend several days vlsltlnz at .u r. and- to Orange flll|' cenietery. She baa WANTED-Log teams and river men to I ant.Thanking I am you for courtesies shown me 1 la the Iluly'lln' the support of.all primary Democrats..ru. ,

all vote at Chlpley In tho primary eleutlon. Mrs 11. C. Cain's.The I left parents, relatives and) friends to work hauling and runnliw-Kiua./ Apply Your friend. J.: WILLIAM Bow..... .,I I L -1'.5.GAImpu. I
IMoase note this. I normal school boys cntno over from mourn her. death. 3in| "' has gone to try ,ut oncrt to the Mobile Lumber Cp., Aarl- _._ __ ,,
Dcl'unlaU on last Monday and crossed the realities of a World unknown- us, anna Fla.tudles. mr For Justice of lie P..t.. ,
Tom J. Watts, candidate for Sheriff of bats with the Itonifay team, tho result for God has said; ''Suffer little children for Tax Collector. I I .
To the Voters of 18l At ,
Washington county his' resinned his position I being, 3 to 1 lu favor ol Hoof[Ity., '1 I to come unto me. and for old them' notJ..for 'hen you'want.. laces, embroideries. : After careful consideration '1'hire decided to ,S of friends X hereby DI..trle myself t Iltat'C '

with theL.. & ItailroanT and In Your correspondent visited III Culpley of such la thn Kingdom of God. The .' Inserting etc., don't make your nmiu nee myself" a candidate for reflection to the for Justice the .nnnce in District 18, Solicit g
future will devote hU attention to his! last ', pure ha so until you have seen our line'.- moot, Tax Collector W..hlngtoncount My c Pa.
on Friday and ,.Saturday of wlIpk. family have our xytiipmhy. Some of the your pmml.\ to 'fulfil the duties 1
VCll oloe.
bttalness," affairs her and If.elected as and while III the city we c.tI"j'' >l at the neighbors met April 18i.lt and luth\ and VVelU liros. I record aa an officer. Is"before you. I have nf ... .OIc,.the. ablUtv and try to
Sheriff! of this will give all his I chanted the duties of the office faithfully and dl"'l I .Ive satisfaction to My name la subject to
: county .
M VINKH sanctum and enjoyed a pleasant planted part of Mr. :''''nmontl' crop as the STOLJtN-I"rom stables near Plnrkard iclentjouaty. Jtnrt if favored with re-election.. the action of the Democratic primary.
time and energies to the duties of the chat with the" Editor; and we bespeak a family are aJI ha.vll\/t\( the measles. on the 8th of April, one large bay mare. W kvretoforu. ,continue to do my duty. Thanking I am. yours, C. DAVIS.

olllce. good word for the citizens of that place, I ....... heavy build heavy niane and tail weigh you in advance- for your support in the May L J

Mr. Shep W. Clark. candidate for State fur WII wefe nicely entertained and enjoyed ,TilE FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF about 105O pounds 9 or 10 years. I old;' has rlraary. X am, .
a good time. and of course will semblanctiof .Montana. Will Yours respectfully. J. R. THO..PIIOC. For County Burveyor. .
Nonator from this district was In the city H ARIA UN. A. FLA pay liberal- S ,
\\educsaay shaking hands with friends have to repeat the visit' at an early day.,' j I reward for horse or for horse and thief S To the Democratic Votera of Washington S ,
lie expected' to make a round nf he'' p a- I In order to affocti "the people of this W. M. Sheprard plnckard.. Ala. For County Judae. County I am a candidate before the comingUemocratiCrprlmary S
whole Intending 10 start out thiS. I section of }<'Iorld.ll. banking facilities. I hereby announce myself ax a candidate reelection for County Surveyor and 1 :
rnunty. lUlllvllle.A For Sal<>-570 acres of land pine and to the office of County Judge of Washington will state that my to to
the I Directors of The First National Hank de.i ". .IU.t.
Thursday, morning, but was called back' hammock well with other part lea. the 'd
tlmbeied with .
few cases of measles here.J. plnelI'um. county aubject to the action of the .cominglemncratlc turn Demo
Marlanna to the b who Is very 111.W I Turner Umnpblll and sisters have Saving. Department In which the First I goats, hogs and bees will le sold with he support of the voters thereat I and. II elected a change In principle fur I do ha ve at afl -
goneto -
National Hank will four cent. times
pay per promIse the faithful discharge: of my duties aa bWy. Democratic principles and
call the attention or the votl'rsof .' place Uood nix-room house and barn.
Milton Interest my leaving the S
Interest annum. pnyablequartnrlv. ouch officer. JoeL K. WBLLS.for party
Washington county to the announcement II. U. Itoyer from Pensacola la with 'I .per This will furnish to our peo- I Four miles from Ponce de Leon. For ome,yean"a ago have ceased to Dmoatl. there i-t .

of lion. Wm M Wilson,-of Point Washington ua this week pie a safe place for their savings and at further particulars write to John A. member of School Hoard, now reason why I should not again line up I
for thp office ohCU-rk of the Circuit Thitt stork paid a visit to Mr. Love on the sane LImA Inafpage their earning Campbell. Poiicn de !,Pon, Fla. with that great. political p.r to whose principlesI
I hereby announce myself a candidate for re.lection am attached.
Court. Mr. Wilson Is well known to April loth; a boy. I The Directors the J<'lrll National Hank -C aa a member of the Board., Public In- And. I want to assure the Democrat* of the .

a large number of our readers, and, If We had a stag; dance at the W O. W. are all strong conservative businessmen> ][aJCIs.: .tructlon for Washington county subject to the county that my tyturn la In good ruth and I res- :;
elected! will make a competent and efficient hall Siuuiday: night. I each of whom has (jfton successful lir hilt action! the primary: election. May 10th. 1004. pectfullyask your support at the primary.
clerk. Consider his claims May 10. Some:! of the fishermen are making big business career. 'bO officers of this bank G.B. Bu.... R"plulv. THOMAS CoaLinS.I'OTJCE. l;

Mr. James Jones of 'Miller''* Perry, catches, of mackerel.. I have had from fourteen to twenty yenrs' ;. \

camp tin Tuesday' afternoon to take hlnbisters. T. II. Illley, of Orange Illll.-skinned his experience aa banljr9 .and are familiar UP TO YOU! NOTICE! FOR PUBLICATION. l'
Misses MitlLlind Alice who have knee to get. rest this wenk .!I with the business <;nr>dltlon securities .
Department of the Intel-torn; Notice la hereby given that bids will received
The S.ind Sucknr Is at work dredging I b
been school here thlllll"illiion. : and people of thl!! faction.' This bank baa
attending Land Office at Galneaville Fla.. Mar. 14.1404.. t r at .nl.r 1.1..1 of this Board in .Ju.lo I he
back home. The young ladles have made the channel Watson bayou. i I a. paid up Capital ot !Fifty' Thousand Dollars Notice la hereby given that thefollowing-named l..tU"1 JU build a or wooden i'
many friends here. wio regret to see! W. w. Tucker from Aopalachlcola,., aod a surplus( of Three Thousand S If the Children Haven't settler has filed notice of his Into.itbiu to make brd.across the main run of Bolmea creek at "
them leave, but wish them a pleasant has opened another store here. t:I Dollars thus otTerlu& to depositors over Seal proof 'In support of hla claim and that saId I and the building of wood approaches 'C :
Been Photographed Lately will he made before Clerk Circuit Court at plans and apecificatlons tn file in. \
vacation and hope they may return the A. II,. Fundetmrk, who had his linger One Hundred Thousand\ Dollars respon- .dll. II
Vernon. Fla. on April 23, MO4. rut: John Kocbe J. w.
0 0 bl bad. C..VB.
next Ltrm.The cut off, la able to bot at work again. nlblllty. Their last sworn statement to of Vernon Fla., Bd. 33333 for the seX of nwX. At'' .- .- 1

Retailer and Advertiser says: "A William Oyk 4, son of J. II. Dykes had I lion.Comptroller mnnntlnrf of the Currency Gus showedresources 13 IX NOT : M of wH and awM.of ,aw 1-4 Sec. 18, Tp. :2 N., C. Locaav, Clerk. :
# to over Quarter R. 14 .
merchant cannot have too much. pub his'" right arm cut off at the Mill Thurs I
of Million Dollars. 'J'II'1M' the largest the following wltnciesta to hieBontlnuoua I
Ik'lty It Is the breath of life .
to mer-
day. Hnnnclal InstltntlQit In this sec, Ion of YOUR DUTY "" residence upon and cultivation of sold Department ol the I
chandlsiiia Without It a business can- Dalles Sowell who has been here for Florida and on>r%\ to depositors every land. via W. P. Koche Willis Hambrk-k.. Henry' tana Offeo at U.I.LI.Fla.. April Inte.f "J
not grow; csnnoteven exist With Increasing Davla and George. Gainer all of Vernon Fla.W. 11
Notice l
Illll facility with la
two months will leave for Orange In banking consistent\ 111I.f..ty. l.I..ln..ed
publicity G. Roaiiraon, l.n
Increase In mm' And a while corresponding a few days. This Bank will rfyeivft! deposits of Any TO HAVE IT DONENOW Ed: fee paid. Reglatsr.first etttor has filed nO :
growth. publicity I amount In Its. HavlnWu Department from final proof In support boln'. claim, m
continues expand Churn Is no danger ofreaehlnll' C. U. Allen and J. W. Kimball of Chip- Ftv thousand that Aid proof will be te.r Clerk' r
Dollar Dollars
a period 1 when the business will ley, were here last week shaking bands One to < thn ? Crt at Vernon Flagon 1ay : 1904.. v xt WU. ..
and will pay Interest thereon at rate H. Owena. of W 29T77 for ,
stop growing. with friends, four Interest. lower Judicial Circuit ot Florida Circuit: Court ot 1.1 au. .
of per cent. a ram of nwM and D" of awH.flnc.T5.o.d -
.Washington County. Ke *. %
will- be allowed on deposit exceeding IV W

Hn.b. Five Thousand" DoIJars.Tlmes.Cuurier.March They have no voice In the matterl! ::1. H. Morgan. Complainant. >Ivs. DiVQMeivinaMorgan. ....... Hlnuous He names. residence the following witnesseS to p. hi. "

L 1oN < : J Elder .t. "Hush Is on the sick list this 31, 1004.EXCURSION-. .. Childhood I* short! Defendant. V : laod.'vuu I T. Taylor.upon B and F.c.tl..U.MtKeilhen. W.

week, but hope hn will soon recover. TO ST. LOUIS. It IsordVred that the defendant herein appear Rogers B. F. S.lndl. Wauaan. Fla. S
What I U the matter with the young y Lifelike portraits-. the little tots herein Oft M>.. .,. May :2. 1'Hrt. to the bill" com.lalnant I W. G.Jtoblnunn, -
Them will bn an" wxrurMon\) run by' tho are like good filed herein or decree pro con_ will be Ed. fee. psU. Re.it.
Mr. Joel folks now? We. have not bad any weddings Nt. Louis. Mo. .1 Investments--they mst her In _,
Sapp paid ua! a pleasant call L. & N. Railroad to nil Hte .eu course.It :
Saturday. morning. ,, In a week or two.MeaslesexcursIon. Rceno.nl,! of the World's Fair on May 31. INCREASE la I la also=ottered ,that a copy of tide order be DIRECToRY; .
measles-are scattered from > : for the roundtrip obliahea once a week for four consecutive weeks
Chippy ia.3t
!Mr. Dan Watts, of Enterprise Ala. Tickets B......... Tothe members of the Orange
direction. Four ot Mr. I prier t' JJ data in- the Chipley aweekly c..nb. Bi
visited relatives here this In every good for ten lys Now U the tlm VAx. 1t7JE: published-at Cblpley Waabngtoo Urcult. N.R. Church Soutfi. the .r.1
week. James Levins' family are sick with to visit,this, the ffRiitest, of all world's county newspaper Florida. .ubll I d.'r t.-bmit. the Mlowlng, achedtle ol

Mr. A F. Swart:! of Columbus\ (]*., was measles thla week. falra. Witness my hand and official seal tbs mothy .ppntm.t. ,
of thebuslness _.._ : GOES ONIII'!1 1 and II a
one vUltors here .
Tuesday. the3Ub d.of March. 1'514.Isaax.l St Sf .
We would be glad to see a nice little I I Vernou, every ... m.
Misses Ton and L/ZP! | Richardson spent shower of rain now to bring' up the cot NO.j!, E. ---- .. W. C" tOCKKYClerk Circuit Court, I Orange H.I.every And S",1 ln a.m.and 7 p. aa.

1 last Sunday wtth relatives lu Holmes ton. Most of the farmers are about When you get old and the S Dunn. hid bat.. I..
A ]HEW! CANDtD.\I: iy TilE FIELD. children every 3rd '
county. through planting. I grown up the P St. ..

Mrs. J. D. Forrester"' left Hnnday for Mr. Richard tnvlns and wife of Itoni Josh Peters ha gntt\ i> back from Texas Pictures wilt "i.je. NOTICE:FOR PUBXJCJk TION. Moss Miller' Ferry., ,e 3rd ryj .Sat 1.... S

Thowasvlllft, Ua., to visit friends and fay visitedtheir daughter Mrs. LevI IVutet. -has located In Jlpley-ha.| opened a PRJC Derartment ot the Interior r t- uiaant Lrove every .th 5..1 1 -..AT 0.0. .
relatives.Mr. last Friday; also attended preaching Fancy! and Family Grocery! business"' -a : ; LESS: r Land Office at Ralneaville, Fl...-April 4. 1'XJ4. ( ,Youn faithfully. S
nlcn. new stock-to 'offer his old friends Notice la ,hereby given. that thefollowuig-namsil'. .,. W, A. Painca. Pastor. S
J. O. .Youngblood, of Anderson on Friday nlnht.! I and the' trait la g"f>eruii l for just a little .- C settler ha Bled notice of hilt intention to- mate. -5- S S
paid us a. call Saturday. lie reports all Elder Mulllce, of Ponce de Leon. A fa., less In price than tn-r have been getting CALL AT TIlE final proof In support of Me claim and that said :. for S.. ;
down there. proof wilt, be made bnra The CountyJudge. I r
quiet preached an Interesting sermon at-the them.J Six of land the
acres In IOWD of
at Vernon. Fla.. on Mar 14.. 1904. via. ;
)Ir. Mailer Williams a prominent Yates. school house last Friday night. : jsh wants to sen elf his old friends, .and --X-"KT.JCJO John W. Peel. uf Wausau Fla. lid. 2873 for th.t !e.aliio8 acre.1 Section 10, Cblp 2 -

y 111II1l merchantpf Uracevllle. spent Sun-: Also on Saturday: at Bnthel church. When In Chi"IllY !loUt ma up. s) of awt". sec.! Jl\ tp. 3 n. ... 13 .... I acres In A cllon l All uf tise above -
preached. the funeral of Mr. John Allen. r 1 will not dotlllIiU longer Just Hell._the witnesses hilt
d ty with relatives here. any And I'LL. DO fallowing to prove estate i. u> rlrahkr located and will be
I Mr. Allen passed away on, Friday last now but rememb v-' Till REST. contInuous residence upon and cultivation. ot hid I sold i-es i heap tor earh. For full I
Mr. A. 8lm*. of Bonlfay.a prominent after a long and .sever Illness I lie leavesa Josh will sell ItftiCjUSit a lift .. II ItI. .ncU..uc T. L. Daniel. J.T.: Kirkland. H. D alt A. E. ffOWUN particular S
farmer und breeder of One stock, came : _' wife father, mother, and several Yours (o plijAse -. PLEA' Harf W. B..DanieL a cf'Wausaui. Fla. on ;
I l'l'o. DE. 5- A* Ulcycla Shop.:
over Thursday on business. 'i brothers and sisters! to mourn hlllo88. S JOSH PBTUKS.. 0 W.. j If. 1
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