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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
February 4, 1903


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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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II'" Vole XI. Chipley, Washington Co.., Fla., Thursday, February 4, 1903. No. :33.: :

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i -...--.. -- ------....------..---'", ,,,",-c1 ------ 'otltlcal MIsicellany." Wanted A. Platform. ...... '---g-Z-z;:: ; : :: : ""' ''''''''''''''i1J

Recently, In Brussels-3fiX( > young' men -The spectacle of a great political or.

1 COMING t'! competed for situations paying but .100. ganlzatlon like the Florida Democracy

vuar. Only SOO got places yet glum entering. upon a strenuous' \ political enn

%baa a good stiff tariff and therefore must test tor the State office (I Involving not 1a e+ i t t t I

I bo prosperous. only the choice of party, candidates bu .

I DB3IVAfKiHAWKES G AGFASLI TTj !-: Republican opposition fpr those offlees! )

Philadelphians talk of sending Samuel without a platform. or any declaration' or

"' J. Randall, Jr., to Congress from ''tbe doctrines or principles pr policy Is one '

j ; I Third Congressional. District made famous which promise?'to bring ridicule and dl*- Received Ir

br LU dlstlngnlshed father. credit upon tbe organization In the eye

.'_ I The Famous 1 Atlanta 'Opt cian. j-: of brother Democrats every whore. .
One-thlr of all the people III tb If notice of stick an anomalous situation .

I are engaged In agricultural pursuit had been needed It'wan given. Th Solid

10,438.000 of lhem.-:wb.llM all\ other In- Southern Argus: published: at Brooks 3

duotrlen emuloy only I8,8at,000. The Cars oft
total vllle. In an editorial which was widely

j farm area ID the United States la 841. copied before the meeting' of the. State .

i 1 000.000 .crp.-lIon. area larger than Enjf- committee, set forth lha; ,condition with|

I land. Scotland, Wales,Mrancn, German. which the committee was confronted. In and
Austria Spain' Japan, and tbe Trans- the following terse terms: !WAGONS

vaal. Vet! farmers are oppressed by the "A primary without a party platform t i
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"protective"! tariff. Under It our mann for candidates tn< pledgn themselves. to

facturero are able'to sell farm machinery upon appearing before the people fur That Must ,

abroad much cheaper than our own farm their support would bo a novelty 1

era can buy It.. "Nomination are supposed, to be mad. HBs Soldln

:-: to secure the best men to carry out the f
Joseph S.llogana Republican
repeater ,
expressed wishes of the party. The platform -
):(. \ In Philadelphia, who was convicted III
I Is the expression of the party, land Our ]Prices are Right !
ballot-box\ stuffing In 1889 and' served [;
Direct from the home office of this Great Optical House ozone of his should be made by Its representatives In
i practical Opticians will remain at the store of hU Annul, nineteen months In Jail has Just been convention aa-einblod. Not until thiblatform

I recognized among the jurors trying "prlaoners. bus been made and adopted f We also have ,on hand

-* C. HORNE Although! sentenced th disfranchisement should the 'executive committee call for

for six years, be has nerved on Dominations by primary.. The platform the VERY BEST STOVE '

THREE five juries. and tried thirteen case. The H
His Engagement la For DRYS should accompany the call
thirteenth seems to have been fatal. to
{ ONLY, Beginning February 12th. him. ."The making of a platform, Is beyond on the market at prices

the Inherent. or delegated of at
,"' Thl. will .Ivft! the citizens:. of Cblpley and vicinity a rare opportunityof .f powers .
having tbelrEYESIGHT executive committee.,! It thnrvlore din that will And
The Cooper Union In New York City please.
volves the committee before It Issues .
TESTED FREEby baa been awarded damages by the !State: upon Y.It

one of the most renowned and successful as well ux reliable Opticians Supremo Court In the sum of (130.000 a call for a nominating primary, to'' we keep at all times a

In the U, S. Mr. II aw km has ull.the modern appliances for the sclentlHcadjustment against the Elevated Railway give the {party an opportunity to make, '
:3f ulatsns to the eye. There Is no optician In the U. a. who. company Its wishes known In regard to the issues
enjoys the confidence nf the people more than Mr. (lluwkes.J II Is name la for disturbing the students with In racket complete}
of the dav This should be done callIng very
familiar word throughout a suction of country Inhabited uyovvr twenty and weakening the foundations oC the by I"
five millions of people. Mr. llawkea hue orohnhlv adjusted ulast es to the a representative convention for thin ,
eyes uf more people of national aiid International} fame than any other bulling. This la the largest sum eve

Optician Ih'big. 'J bh -flrm was established In 1870. awarded for damages: of this. kind.i purpose only HARDWARE.
,"Frank Clark and others have an
Governor '1 aft returning: from the Phil nounced tbAm"BLvpa as standing upon
Is often the cause of headache., dlrzlness, nervomness and dimness of !
vision. This can be cured In ninny ruses bv 'the correct ttttlna of hid Ipplnen, save, "O, no; they will otbe'OtCor the National Democratic platform until ) ; leqses to the eye. Call: early !he positively remains but self-government for years." Did not the National conventloh promulgates' a I)

? THUUK!: ] days, as btt has other unlt"fI"m"nts for later da. '''.. new one, upon which they' pledgn,themselves '
Washington Jefferson and Lincoln d-
,*, CAU'l'ION.wo'liid caution tho pu i'Ile against buying upertnclcsfrnm
peddlers going from house to house with a lot at mi'daeles! presenting, clara that all 'men were fit. for lelfgovernment In advance to stand. This mayor Harper H Coleman.

them too bit'or selling the same grade of goods Ilawkes spectacles ? And what, did Taft himself may not do for National Issues, but w '
art NKVKIi. peddled. Many of the Inferior' glasses that flood the have Stats Issues whldh no National
country are posl'.lvply Injurious to tho wye. say three years ago? t
;-: platform can reach ,
From Fi .Ji'l'ealdent of U. S., Grover Cleveland, )
"Policies and principles upon which
Our Republican friends, are In
Executive Msn.lon.W .
; I State affairs bo conducted )
l trouble. Last week It was !Senator Dietrich are to can only I
A8U1NOTOIf, Pec. 2, 180.S.!)
of Nebraska be Indicated by a State platform, and .> ... ,, @ tt0ril i 'a tirsl '
A K. HJLVKKS: ESQ-My Dear Sir: I find your ( rtstalized, Lenses wall Indicted for bribery
', { suited to my eves for far-seeing.: And 1 shall; tnjoy them on my shooting and escaped on plea that he had not taken they are necessarily. distinct from those I ,:

trips. Yours very truly: UBOVBB LJlVJlLA.ND.: : tbe official oath, though: be task several of the Nation because 'they are local TTT <* -
The Great Warrior and Statesman. To Construct Post Roadst.
personal oaths at the outcome.. This) their nature and scope. It U, therefore. ,
MB. A. K. HAWKBS: -Dear Sir: When I require the use of glasses 1 the'duty of the Democratic party of tl e
well I'' your PantUcoiilcCrystHllXHj Lenses.. In respect to brilliancy and week It SenatorIlurton!: of Kansas, In* Washington Jan. 30. RepresAntatlvo MyHreath.Shortness
clearness of vision they are superior to any ttlasxes I hav ever uxed.Respectfully. dieted for bribery! on nine counts. Am State to enunciate. Its platform urlor to
Maddox of Introduced bill to. .
Georgia, a
hlTZHUGH LEE: Kansas-Nebraska selection' of candidates to repr'aent Hand
Consul General! to Cuba. matters going( to monopolize day providing for the per capita distribution -
Its policies on current State Issues;
One of Our Greatest St.teamlln. public! attention again: ? of not to exceed (29,000,000 annually of BreathIs
"Tbe platform first, candidate afterwards
MB. A. K:11n WNEe-Dear: Sir: The Panlloconlc' glassus: yon furnished :-: seqiinnce. candidate of the euri,I''is In the Treasury, One of the Com
Is the A
+ time since have excellelltllltt I..fll.ctloll. 1 have tested logical -
me some given them
? the Stltes'and the
When Brut President the for construe of
Harrison died among monest Signs
by use and must Hay they are unaurpHioed 1 lifclHiirnesa. and b.llliancy by running on his own platform Is essentially
any that I have ever worn. Respectfully. URN': Joni II. JonDON, In office Ins deputy, John Tyler: was not I an Independent although not tlon and maintenance of post roads. Heart Disease ,
Ex: Uov. of'Ga. and U, S. Senator.:
elected to succeed him when General
; In revolt against his The ,Democratic

FIT weak digestion, belching or sour Notwithstanding many physio-
Taylor died In office, Millard Fillmore party' of the Stain should nM force" stomach use tb naherlaln's htomuch and tens say, heart disease can be cured.

was not elected to succeed him; when Its aspirants, to this anomalous csltlun.| < Lhur. Taulula and you w.ll yet ijuliilt"reliefI1 Dr. Miles' :Now; Heart 'Cure baa permanently
'y A. K. Hawkcs Received_ Gold Medal, Lincoln was slain Johnson was not elected a .'lu Uy 8. E. A)
HIGHEST AWARD DIPLOMA OF HONOR WHEN YOU HAVE!: A C 'LD. thousands who had found no relief In
to succeed him; when Garfield was
Tli'i first action. when yon hove a cold Canul Deal Sure of Bucces the medlclnea (allopathic or homoeo
For Superior Lens Grinding and Excellency: In the Manufacture of Spec- murdered, Arthur was not elected to succeed should i)>' to relieve the lunl/s. Thin is hest pathic) of regular practicing/ physicians;

-lades and Eye-Glauses. Sold In over 8.000oltl..* und town In the U t). him. In fact, none of the promotedvice auuompllsbed' by tbe freo use of Chamber Washlnnton: .Tan. 30 .Sorator Aldrich, It baa proved Itself unique In the history
Din's. Cough Konu'dy. Tins Hein".it, I.que
Established "1S7O. ]>re ldents ever !got the presidential dell the tough, mucus and tuiisc-B. Its epulsloii ) the Republican leader tn the /Honatn' ,'to- successful of medicine In by those being diseases.eo uniformly

VTIUN.-Tbe. famon. AlaMic. Ar Newer reddled. nomination. "The muanln' of which ob- fiom th open Nearly always, one of the first signs)
WAIT FOR IlA w KE and not only net clauses srientlhVslly' adjustedto serwallon," as Bunsby.ald, "lay. In the duties tree expeoiuiallon and op, n.. I the
IIIntlJournlAl'.lIton of the new deal between of trouble la shortness\ of breath. Whether -
"secretions A complete cure soon follows
your eyes but secure a pair of his VrtallMtl Lenses, the mom brilliant "
spectacle lenses lu existence. application of It. Hold by :S. K iluUeuc-liy & Co.: Colombia and the United State It comes as a result of walking or
.1-1 running up stairs, or of other exercises
HAWKES -- by which we are to bur Colombia's Interest -
3t. K. '
If the heart Is unable to meet this extra
Professor Langley! who was severelylauli'd 12O Year Old. In tbe canal zone for ten million dol- demand Its
upon pumping/ powerthereI.
t l .Inventor and 1101. Proprietor etch the HAWKKSJ IiATENTR
over tbe coals a year ago for dismissing ars. something wrong with It _

HE WILL, POSITIVELY Y REMAIN BUT THREE DAYS i !! tbe able chef of the Bureau of .Ulllsvllle, Oo., Jan. 30.-"Granny" Log- The statement made by Aldrich wan The very best thing :you can do. is to

Ethnology. U now catching It on all gins, tbe oldest woman In (Ueorala, and the. Drat public admission that has been talc. Dr. linos' New.. Heart Cure. It'
will to the foundation of the
Hides for bill chimerical and flv- undoubtedly tbe oldest In the go trouble -
quixotic woman
made of thir fact that. negotiations are
and make
_. > iM4> ltlP. permanent cure by
no ng machine venture. He Is being roughly United tllI.Ik not: dead, as has been now pending which will prove satisfactory strengthening and renewln the nerves.

handled In Congress for having Induced reported but very much alive, although to all parties Interested! and It was "1 know that Dr. Miles' New. Heart
Cure la a grvat remedy. For a number
National Park tor Florida. t General Finley Pensioned. Secretary Boot to allow! hfm to she has been III the last two davs;: ertVrelv unexpected of years I Muttered: from shortness of

f waste over (300.000 In tbe foolish venture. '"Granny," who Is 120 years old,'enjoys Senator Gorman who was engaged In a my breath left smothering aldu. For months spells', and nt ..r'We: I

Washington, Jan. 30.-RepresentativeNptiUman He now confesses that. he shall never be be unique and unusual distinction of would be unable to lie on mjr left side.
debate with Aldrich at the time, said It
In The many fr end of General J. J. Fin- and If 1 lay flat on my back would nearlysmoother.
of Florida.., the house \V"d- of Lake of1 able to finish his con\rlvallceuntll, be has living In three centuries.' She was born was the first public Intimation he had A friend advised uuliur Dr.
ley Cltr< one oldestand '
lotroducd MJles New Heart Cure which I ell l
' uesday afternoon a bill look. flown of In Mouth Carolina heard that the national honor would tIP <
best known d\'l.n..wllJ' b away on pinion. ecatacevor- Spartanburg county with good result.. I began to Improve
h tog to establishment of a national pleasedto 'lasting bliss.Arriving III 1784. Her maiden name was Lena i IJ! *s'. linn ..avttllo that all senators might feel at once, and after taking; several bottles ,
learn that. he I U to get a pension. from justified In voting: for ratification of the of the Jfeait Cure the pains In my side I
park on the spot where oucurred. In 1330 his :-: She ATM married at tbe age: of 23'and ""8tv. There can be no further doubt and other symptoms vanished. I am
a' whit Is known as the Dad"massacre.l.S the' Ked tral government for services at San Francisco en route for has but six children 'one boy"and five now that the new deal Is on. now entirely well. All those! dreadful
I the Florida! Indl I mothering spell era a thing" of the
> n ware.Ash
The massacrewairtheresultofoneofthe. Washington, Governor Taft gave the. reporters girls, two of whom are still allye and llv 'past."-F. p. DiiAKH. Mld 4' 5 hit time ago United S: Senator!: MVflTEHKJDa: ClBOfMSTANCK. If the first bottle does not help t
Indian wars, and Dad",and bin entlr* a very rosy account of the beautiful you
lug with about one mile; from lllls- the will refund
P. TllafiTro .Introduced. and secured One was lisle and siillowxnd the other your money.
command.Vena kl.led. Th,. bill of Mrstluatkmanprovides I and peaceful condition of the Phil. vllle, (Ia., namely, Miss Becky Logglns: : fresh mid 1'<1.,.. Whence tho diflerenoe WBTPTT1 Writs to us .Free Trial
; also for the erectionof the passage through the. Senate of a billIrl1n&lnll' pplnes. In tbe very next column we She who Is hhisblnir. with he..b1.. ..... HI"Khllt's I M, i Package ot Dr. Miles' Anti-
aged 83 and Mrs. who .
Nancy Klmsey, is Pills, New 8 nt '
to'General Flnley a pension of New Life Pills to nmlntaln It By Also Blank Our
a monument where the tattle auk read the news of a battlri with Moros In a widow, aired 53 the for Pain. Symptom t
goo month. Tbe 1 bill passed the House years.Her gently aniiiNlnir lasyorirsns they com- Bpeclallst will ding-none your case' tell
ul ue to commemorate the. heroism ol'' per Vlndinac In which Lieut Fluke wastilled grandchild Klmsey Logglns you what Is wrong and how tn right tf .
last we"". after the com ml tine bad reduced -' : was Linn. f-m. .. DR. MILES MltllrCAI. Co.o
Dade and bit comrades. and Lieut. Koberta and sums Amur- a veteran of the civil war and died few OIt&TOau a, iii-Sli.tALT. UoIUo
the amount of the pension to (30 soldiers Oeuoby x; ".. "rlrCllla'lI! aa
can wounaed. !Ho the
: beauty ''ears at an advanced
ago ----
per month, the. chairman of the House aje.
Caaaava Crowlno. pot depends upon the--point of view. .
lift husband .
.- committee explaining'that this amountwas was a minute man at .. .
: Spartanburg, !8.: C., during: the war of
the limit for claim ( this kind.
!Several: gentlemen from Chicago are In o Senator Dolliver In one of bis Con-
Pensacola looking: Into the advisability :I General Haley lit one time bad- the gressional declamation praise Presl- 1812. He died" about 20 years ago.
\ "Granny, up to two day ago, could N.Holley&Co. :
honor of representing tbe Second districtof
and advantage starting a cassava lent's -1luo.ftvelconduc" In Panama
piece a quilt and thread a needle as goods
growing ranch at this. point, several! thoti Florid. In Congress. His seat was and says .ho. U a Uod-fearlng maa.. We
anybody, and It I I. said that. when she
... sand acres of land having been held on contested t>y Colonel Horatio Blshec, and should think he would. 113 old Wholesale and Retail Liquor Merchants'. .
was ,ear. IIbecould pick 115 pounds
option for this purpose' Tbe "n\l.mfn the majority of the House .being Republican :-i
of cotton. a days She used sit' "
recognize the fact that. cassava fed cattle th', seat was' given to tbe contest Congress: has had two. months dawdIng chair to on a QUINGY, FLORI DR.
and move.along a.* she picked.
; 1' of the most profitable of .Industries ant. but now promises a busy week. Committees
((4 on I
The only means of livelihood she and Paul Jones Pure Rye, delivered at $3.75 for 4 full
and them enough
and wIll seek to Induce an establishment have reported ,
iw the tf AN AWKt'L VATIC work fur both houses on the calendar. her two daughter. have Is 910 a year pet quarts, or jug; in plain box.
of trade. *
r It Is Intended that this excellent cattle I I Mr. H. Hey doctor of M.llourne. Flat Siecntlvabusiness has the. right, of way. III0n, and the neighbors help them all 10 years old, Best Rye $4.20 for 4 full quarts or ';!1
writes: 'My told m*. J bad cossumption they can."Granny". jug delivered in plain box. '
-E l' food, be raised In quantities and thus '' and nothing could he done lor Rut there-will btI plenty of tal 10.If. notIseusslnn ,
market. ft from tills point There la held me. 1 w... g ten up ".di... .Tbe nn r of aI on the Panama outrage, the gays "I ain'tgoln'to live years old Rye, delivered at$3.20 for 4 full quarts,
roe met ho e of Or Kline's New Di the confidence (In this lln.. and ostofflee scandals, and other more or
forConsuinplloi f Induced ro.. to it.RHiilic .
pry try
will meet husband and all children
my my We also carry in stock a full line of all kinds of
none bold thU Idea greater or moe. solid werostsrtiing. I urn now on the less fragrant topics. The Hepburn bill f
rood t and ow.1\ to Dr. In heaven. goods from $1.50 gallon and We
""WI\er, King'sew per up. guarantee ,
wbi here Croat ('hi- giving tho Interstate. Com merce Com ro''II-
tars those
are now Dl>>IIICI'vl ry. It sorely, S engo. Tile ranch,from prevent prospects This great cure Is! KIIH run teed lot all throat lon custody of pure food lran,l1t U argent From the frequent'' of or money us your or- ,
4 ant /iunir diseases by 8. K.: Mc canoldoratlon.
( of for are now
.wilt-be started
at.ayolnidlrecUy west ., (:c... druifidnu. Hep I OOo. and '1.UO. Trial I' from Slate pr son camps, it I I. evident .. '"

r : this e"Y.t.-i', :. : J l bottlvs<- free,. .'-- .- '"' promised> a business month.. some plan of better security. I III necessary, } rjo .... .

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llANNERPCBLI:5llED iv..r Appolatrsiaw -: -" R.w'V.P-.....- WITH OCH EX H.urGES.- TTTT : .)' ooooceo-.4-!.. :

iLE Last S Saturday Governor Jennings t ,jTheDemocratic party through If many more candidates- appear la the It '

: EVKKY. THURSDAY.Subacrlptlont '" made'appointments to its executive committee, has political arena the ticket to be voted at t WE ARE AFTER4YOUR .

.. : State offices to :fill two vacancies !spoken, and all are expected to the primary of May 10 will have to be <. .1

$1.00 per year. In advance aused by the resignation of obey. From now until November printed In book form, suitably Indexed.- : TR2 CDE .:

.. ............;;: Judges: Reeves and Maxwell. 1st there will be considerable activity Pen. Journal. .

Entered at the poetoffice at ChtpJ 1, Eta. ., Attorney General J. B. Whitfield in both National and State Governor Murphy, of New Jersey, has : od' you fl'ollus wilt make If It noroltftake Is 7
In buy II g 1
aooiU day.moB matt.r.w. <
.,- succeeds Judge E. C. Maxwell politics. The novelty of Florida asked the legislature of that Stale to devise -

W. ;lentos) Editor.Advertising on the supreme bench; State having Republican.candidates. in sign-board some mfaas,ot ridding the, which country he 1/|>.to. )ate kqd i Sty]> h 0oodSAX You Wart ,
Auditor W. II. Ellis succeeds the field will be' a new .and we advertisements
rate lurnlHhed on application\ Attorney General J. B. Whit- hope an interesting feature, and claims to be a u'I,!= : .REASONAELE PRICES. .' 1

( field; Ernest Amos, of Milton, not A farce. The more the merrier -, If the Senators from Booth Carolina' Y We carry a 'full lln of Dry Good. Dress '

Tbu r.d.'. February 4tb;1.O.. succeeds Auditor W. H. Ellis i is a trite old saying. However conld"agree to urge the same thing at the I I 1

__ ---_u .-_ -- and County Solicitor( of Escam- the tug of war will be in same time, she mlrfht', wield some powerIn OoodM..ClltbIIlK. shoes Hats Uroeerle, ,', ;
the national councils-she should see
It cotton continues to advance bia county, Chas. B. Parkhill, the Democratic ranks only. That how Florida manages her Jobs. The Etc.. an-lno pn-rrbant In town can beat.. .. .

it will into the radium L. J. Reeves of will come with the' riomjnatingprimary .
soon get succeeds Judge force tha Is divided soon "peters out. onr orlcPH.. .

class. this, the 1st judicial circuit. and the men nominatedare Tlmes U 0 Ian. '-
... .. ,
.Great is Jennings on appoint- sure cf election,as no man; ;
The brightest star in the political There are Iwo choices. so far open to i
consistently or honorably line of .
ments.. can W*' always have a full
foreigners taking up .realdenc"" on the '
in is 'j *
l firmament Florida
election and.
vote in primary
l Isthmus "
of Panama. If they drink whiskey -
Senator Taliaferro.. :Political Ujpoerlt_ i !
not support the nominee at the they may not live a year. If they STAR : .

... .. J. -: .When a resolution was before polls. At the polls on November I drink' water they may live two week

The. yvorld measures success the State committee last Fridayto 1st is where the Democrats and Walt till American". sanitary enterprise] BRAND

by achievements; the political permit the people to vote upon the Republicans only meet and Rives. them something at to drink-Louisville '' .

candidate measures it by vote: the question as to whether a do battle,, both in Nation and I' Herald. _

wk State convention shouldbe! called (perhaps) in State. Hon. Rob,\V Davis was the orator of SHOES,. ;
President insists that
The to adopt a platform of Democratic There is no doubt, if the Re- 'be dap at the political meeting Manatee .
i IIannashall corral"the delegates and you know they are the best. r ,
principles and instruct the candidates in last week. The taw" concoursn of
publicans put, out
and band all the Mavericks" "T.R. i to the National conven- people were with him at the start and .
i ." :- delegates the State of the usual result-a they war his and he was theirs at the In the DRESS GOOUS and CLOTHING LINE we have some '
I tion in accordance with such BARGAINS. I
Waterloo for them.. Every can-
rwColonibia | Bnlsh. He will be a governor for AZI.the '
has_resolved: to retake platform, certain candidates:who didate should formally announce people, and one of whom all the people of CODIL SEE TJS. '

Panama and is raising 50,000 lave ,been howling themselves himself and lethe people know Florida will be proud.-Mami Metropo-j].,i :
hoarse in favor of giving the Us. .. .
men-two columns already moving i people what he wants. Every one of TiLl Well 8- Broi ,'
the to vote .
: "i right upon every them will have an equal chance. There are already OUTO claims for pensions -

question, deliberately voted not and filed for lajarir la the war with- .
The people want good capa- ,
. oo
If time were money, the aver to permit the people to vote upon ble men and the Democratic Spain which- covered a period of tttree La I' .

age man would have his watch the above proposition. The res- furnishes that kind of offi- month It the war bad cootlattml a .
geared 'to run forty-eight hoursa olution was 'adopted, however.- year there Is no telliaut how aiaav em- Bank
Take the State through,
cers. soldiers would be l allnr to get tfcotr First National
Gainesville Sun.
day. from'constable to governor and names on the cubb.>>k. Thfc*- t Just!
not,a suspicion of wrong doing is what. leads the iDdttUrhxts people of a Oflatei IVlirarianiiir: : ,... FIn., .. .,
The Senate will tackle the Pan Why Rbeate Should Re Defeated. country who do the earalaff and MM ,
made against any of the m. Thereis pay .... .... 9th, .90.3.
steal!all this week while the Ceedeae.d > *n eit CIo*of 1 .1. C pt.
ama The time has come when W. log to want aa heroes as possible; '
House devotes'jfself 'to" more scandal today in Washington Ualventon New*. i. RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ,
appropriation N. Sheats should be retired. lIe '
.. Stock .. 50,000.00'
i City, of wrong doing in 6(1ts Receivable and Bonds. .1100'.65197 Capital .
bills.t has forgotten long since that he If Mr. Bryan Is correctly Q.S.Bonds and Premiums.... 13,50000! Surplus ;-.f Ti.ROOOO!
.. anything to the'peop1e.. He Federal offices than has existed reported > Fura tare andFlxtures......... 334.38 Undivided Proltts\ .............. 3.98368<<
ife is a good deal' like a meal owes in Florida for years. We wantto public prints b* b taktax hrmselt a Cash and Due from Banks....... 12. ,71\1.70\ Circulation. .. .. .......:..-.. '12.50000 :
ins; is due his position; since his first .retain this good record at home little too serlonslj or' he docs not ttnd"r- 'I Bedempttoa Fund.. .. .......... 03500 Deposit.* ... ,...178.738.43 .
cheap' restaurant-'r the: thing, election at least, to political trickery stand the.prevailing ooiaioa of the Democratic I 1180,891.71' '
you want,most( fails to show up and combination. He has by electing the right kind of men, party. The party rove :Mr. Bryanfor (189,891.77 .

on the bill of fare."mantle and ,this is just what will, be his virtues and for see, ,of the rne- I Till Bank COmm.aeedfBU.ineN February' 6t",. 1903. i iwrlstea .' .' j jnrBJ
become and dictatorial Paid Time Deposits.
arrogant Interest will be on
-- agreement.
'" done. inlet be has made, bat It I h not forever
The of white" which He seems to think thai the posi- joined to his Idols. He hold a place In iW, H. MILTON, Cashier. .

wak gently laid over our sister tion of superintendent of educa- The Slate Campaign.Senator the esteem of his countryman which soy r

'States last Thursday was not tion of this State'i is his by rightto Taliaferro'sfriends man might' be proud to own but let him TAYLOR STEASV3 EMGIKES .
have a care that he does sacrifice.
large enough to reach ,Florida. the extent that he treats..the were seriously disappointed in Houston Post.

man who would oppose him as an the proceedings of the State Ex- B B1BB j

the Senate! has passed a bill intruder, without right to ,askthe t ecutive Committee only to this Wit Judge Mr.Hearst must be rolling COMPLETE TAYLOR '

providing for the marking of the suffrage of the people,so longas extent: That thecommittee madeno up strength by the force of the ..tta.ks': GINNING SAW ,MILLS ,;

graves )'of Confederate soldiers his appetite for the position is appointments, aa has been the directed against him. It be were as.weak \ e -
who died in Northern 'prisons as some would have us believe, .why OUTFITS .
r Newly
not yet sati fed. custom heretofore, tor the canvass should "the older heads" combine to

during the civil war. The bill He measures largely.the of ,the State by the-several overwhelm the newcomer? By the same v'A ria- Equipped! l .

caries with it,an appropriationof : fication( teachers by their quati-I I announced! candidates. The Senator reasoning we must conclude that Senator GRISTMILLS Boiler: Works h

$200,000. for. tbis-purpose.' ity to him. Sheath is "m has been charged with being Taliaferro has the Inside track In our -'- :

educational afraid meet his in primary race, for certainly the "combi Machine
Tribune terested in the higher to opponents ,
The Tampa is emphatic nation"
agrees attacking him If on no
Davis interests of the State, and yet debate and the committee has andFoundry '
in its- opinion. as to other issue.-Times-Union.:, WILL Shops; "
strength in Hillsboro I ie sends his own 'children out of :seen fit to make it jmpossible for -
county, I SUPPLIES'
\who the State to be, educated. Why him to do so under its auspices. The New York Herald has polled a
saying that "any man will says is! this? '* I Nevertheless, Senator Taliaferrowill number of senators and representatives : U>.c.. tOlr.f nt9. firm t>ro.f Rooftrty, $pray funtfMM.u>mr.,MalHim,Separator -
'Bob''Davis not carry on Mr. Bryan's recent Lincoln speech W. will Make to Your ln< rit to FI0W with Us. I
This is the first time this shortly announce an itin-
riillsboro county is either a political and his attitude with respect to party '
ignoramus or a willful liar." manipulator has had to erary of meetings at which be ''I policy. Senator Clay of this State Is; thus MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO.

I. -, J ._ .. come before the people for nomi- will be glad to meet the people of quoted: "I do not care tOI'OIDtO a discussion __,..e.a._ MACON, CA. .

A poll taken br the New York nation, and he will be so completely the State face to face and give an of Mr. Bryan's views on the I -

snowed under the ballots of his stewardship as Democratic Convention. I believe?how ''
Herald shows 162 Democrats in by account DR. MoFtxiBTr's Cores Cftcleralnf3ntQin,
ever,-be Is all wrong and will have
Congress against a reaffirmation of the intelligent voters that their Senator, and also cover very Dlurhou.l>ynntery,and !
little, If any, effect on the convention. the Bowel Troublu of .
of the 16'to; 1 platform and 7 in the lack of faifh in him thus ex- every issue of the campaign-at One of two men must be nominated at Children of Any Age.f1 ..

favor of it. Among those opposed .. pre!'; -jed ;Will stagger him.-De- which meetings he will cord'ial1ywelcome that convention If Democracy"hopes to, (TUTHINA rowaans? Aida! Dilution, Regulates
rw the
a ; win In the election. Gorman Parker bowels Strengthen)
silver his or
Funiak Herald.Big opponents. ,
are such strong men Costs 25 the' Child SOd ft! kel
Senators Daniel Tillman Mc Senator Taliaferro's reply ,to either-with a conservative platform,can Oalj CCltI'at DruggIsts, TEETHING EMY
as carry us to victory."-duvannah. News. I' t Or mall H e aU .. C. J. MOFFCTT. M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO.
) Fleet for Peuaaeola.: "open letter" of Governor '1'17.. ... .. .. *... ......
Laurin, McCreary-and Carmack.. Naval the recent &" AI. dolt J8.187U.-.D O.J.Mornrrr-lf' alit' Jatla Is""'" .ode th.a..hoold Ir\n roe - 'oMO..II..t. TEBTIIIK: Oat' 1I1t1. ........ ..
m"dlalDOt 4. girl tae ,001U old bao hod"Qu"
I:; Ids now an assured fact that .Jennings will be ready and Some parties take great. pride In parading l.eobl.tatbl.g. );..r,.modI'...u..c..s. .ID.Ulo._.hellO...ofrlplloo,tam hmnt phrrklws.. Kr. ........ .
fashionable .e.e.n.d.o..epure blood and burning r. fat dap a a Sims. H.w. wa&me.t depalr.d o4
"Open letters"! are getting quite the combined North Atlantic in the hands of the Democratic the Information before the .._.
aud may become the ruge. In public tto..._ID mr_ nnlw,_Ihwikl la T...KTHIS tm. httle......U now dol..W.IL
this connection It Is to bo underatool'Lthat' fleet, comprising about forty vessels voters of the State in a.few days. that John N. C. Stockton was at one time Taura *Ub, D..-. M.IVBU.Kdllat u4 nopriM*TIO IIpeAIa.)If.... t

they ate prlntod exactly a!* ,written; It lit I will reach Pensacola duringthe connected with .a bnk, but. they' are. always J
not (for the prfntnr J tu, correct! them.Tltnog .- very careful not. to say anjrthUiB V. C. BRENT. Wit. H. KNOWLES' J, U. LEONARD.
!Unlon. ; last week of February, ',in-I In the Meld. about Jennlng connection with the PRESIpENT._ VIC1I-1"1UI:8I1.IUIT.: : CASHIER.

Yes; and if the authors of stead of some time during, At Quincy a few days ago there Brooks villa bank. He was vice-president First National Bank '

"open,;.letters" could be at the A letter from thejfleet paymaster was a political meeting. Mr.: of that Institution when It failed. Cn!'. ,

post office when those "open letters11 vrasr received in Pensacola last John N. C. Stockton was there; poratlons? Why yes Jennings. was also OF PENSXCOL1 FLJr. .
for the
week, in which this welcome\ in- and spoke to the people. In the attorney Plant Sv"stenR* railroad
handed out and Genera'
are cOrDl/aoy. and for the ,Transacts a Banking Business. '
what disposition! is made of them, or/natiqn was1"given. course of his remarks he stated, and hU whole existence was by .
The will be composed of that Your Bue>|n... Solicited.. "
as we havei they would look 'l so the Quiocy papers say, corporations and for corporations until r .sa 7"'J: ;
blank We have watched the thtee or four squadrons" and will "to his certain knowledge," in hit became a standing candidate. Now DlStKCTOMSlWM. ... ,;; '. "

performance l lately us. accompanied here by Admiral the Senatorial contest'' of 1891, hela", playing the demagogue act.-Live H. KNOWLE8. W.A. BLOpNT, F. C BRENT.. ,'-:....'
Oak Democrat. W. K. liVER D. O. IIRENT J. S. LEONARD. "
r Dewey on the Mayflower, and "fifteen members/ of the legis- .

I Davle W.111 ...y..* If..... Rear Admiral Tailor, who will lature "were'bougbt, and in, .1S97 The New Orleans Picayune(Dcm.)says: ; "r '

,Congressman Rbertv.lhvis( remain there for a. couple of :twenty-two.: "If there ever was\ a time when the j D J. J.ONES.- W E. DO : r ;, "

will l probably arrive in the State weeks. Well,now; that was odd,wasn't Southern::! states needed thelr'ablest men -- .. y .

tjjis 'week with the purpose of. There is no doubting but this it? How could Mr. Stockton possibly In both houses of Congress. that time Is I JA'ITORNKY-AT-LAW BILL P. LETTER 1 '. 'f'
now. The country Is pasting! through I CuiPLEY FLA.BUELb I '
remaining until the end of the! information' is correct, coming sit I have! bad "certain knowl- political social Industrial, commercial t HEADS' 7 R ilEA-DB '.' .-S".f.

primaryC; It is-his intention, says does from one of' the officers I' edge"'of the purchase of so many I and financial chants, that. will shake.. UsKoverntneotarsystem NOTE ENVELOPES ,; ? .

the PalatkaNews, to address! the occupying 'a high position, and members of Democratic legis- to Its! foundations I t COOK I ( ". ,' .
who should -be"' In a position to latures unless he was mixed; .up and threaten to overthrow' Its Instltu-j' Attorney .* Law, '_ I1EADS DUSINESII -
voters in ali parts 'of the State, ? cmrrpusreXOBCT: >s.hromc. : .
know In addition to this, other in the transactions STATE
tlous. Southern men founded' ,the nation' ENTs..iN'I caitn
and when Uncle Bob' once occasion .up atalra In Wall bulldta /
your letters have been received from ,And on the same according and Instituted and established.Its' llb r- .
gets fairly into the Harness there officers during the'past few days to the same authority.Governor ties. Southern men may bo able to save Canfut can.attention. Collection given*made.all\ matters .ntmatodto .' CIRCULARS "T-- tAMlILET8. '.'/" ;M' .

t will be a scurrying for the woods giving substantially!: the same in- Jennings covered him- the republic from being changed Into an Agent nv .... mpomiible tlm. and fira-tetted I Inraurance MILL- COMMISSARY : "'.."" .4f'
formation.It self all over with cheap glory oumpankoi.JDFORR&STER.. ': -
empire with an arbitrary and despotic
tertain: other.gubernatorial CHECKS If' CHECKSRECEIPTS. ;
among Bob Davis has is the general belief that the several inches thick by,declaringthat ,head nominally elective but put 'In place _A':.
candidates. directto Senator Taliaferro's record DRAFTS .r'"
battleship Iqpva will come and established by some powerful cls, .
thus far spoken but little in the Pensacola from New York Iwas "without a parallel in the I. N I
as way the Roman.Emplre. If the copra WEDDING VISITING' ....f.i .
campaign, but wherever he has arriving there in time for the I I history of public!' service in that .try can be saved U will be 'tj?y Southernmen. Justice-of"thePeace.. I '. .. ,
addressed a meeting of citizens Mardi Gras celebration and re- no Senator had eve done.less for l t Therefore the.-South' ablest men Lund conveyance and alt acknowledgements : .INVITATIONS G t CARDi3 ';:$'

there has been something doing. maining until the fleet arrives.It the people he was,supposed. to ire needed at the a specialty. Courts. Thnrsdar ar' I ll ) kr.:. ,
front"i third Monday In each month. tf. .
lIe arouses enthusiasm, and to is hardly ,probable that the represent. I er '- TO ORDER :
"' \ '
do,this he doesn't find it necessary vessel.whichis under orders to Doubtless the Governor would ,, L. IcKINN It.Y -
to throw mud at his opponents. join the fleet, will make the run .have.expected the poor ignorant i In some counties In Georgia smallpox ,;ftf:

He! simply makes a heart-' to Culebra only to leave there inhabitants of Gadsden county to prevailsta, a considerable extent because ..'..Attom.71..t'.IWW., ... A D. CARMIt'HAEL.Attorney ', .. T.-t .

to-heart- talk that impresses the i immediately for Pensacola, but believe him if be had told them people will not submit! to facet'nation, Vernon Florida. ? at Law. : J

people with the honesty of his that it will come there and. sat"' that the'moon was made of." green. believing; tube"aa'dangeroui. .. as the, Careful and i"rompt_ attfnlluu'jll'.n ....Collections aat>outJlty.fhlpley. rs

purpose.. the. fleet's, arrival. cheese., 0 j I dl.ease.. '. .....? VC *.-* "* :- i : .to all ml.. i I intrusted la III' eau. ,.'.$', .; Fla. ; ,'i4.r
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"tPROPRIRTUIttLivery :
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Feed 6- Sale 1 M. Church, South.-Preaching1 every S
it and 3rd Sunday as 11 a. m. and 8 p. o1.I. .
smr.i:. >I. N. %WlnnlMt I Pastor,
.. sabbath School 10 a. m R. 1. Miller,

GHIPLE>Y. FLfl. t i -inner.Prayer in' tondemt.Meeting Thursday Bights. I. : tttl :STUFFY COLDS

t Young Men' prayer meeting Tuesday.
.lights. Everybody cordially Invited. .
Good Teams and Drivers Can Be
ear Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd .
Had At Any Time. .. ,nd 4th Sunday. 8. U. Rogers, pator>> I .
Sabbath School 3 p-an. J. D. Forrest *

_Drummers. Otflt. Specialty. Suporlnteneent.Prayer Meeting Wednesday ntfthta.o ; I are;the.kihd; *that settle on the, lungs'and develop into

:,. LOUISVILLE[ ti & riAi L-i > .tfne0 Ulr ctory.: t' I '. w. n
; TilM cept Office Man: hours Java.7:30: ft. m. to 713. ; p. m.L ax- ,

\ "', (,):BJLEI.A.NI: :) :EI'.u'O* -*.",,..**a. fiuat-bound mall closes af 10SO a.m PLE'URISY : ,: .
No. 4. No. 2. No. S. No. 1 West-bound mall doting at 0:30 p.m. ..
19:36 o'n 11:05 pm Lv..Peneacola.Ar 11:00& In 4:00 p.1D: Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m.. >," A ':.. 4 4S'
aI:2' p m lO'J" 01 ......I.t'lomatoQ..Lr 2:3. a In 2:301fm and leave at 12 m.,dally, except Sundays "
,t ";22pm ,2:55 a m ...... vtobl le. ...... 12:30n' .1:2I1pm Mall from Orange: HIIIUah adandSt.
< t 8:211 p 01 1':30 pro ..... ..W' Orleans;... 8UO p m 9:3: 01_ Andrews, arrive aid p.m., loud leaves at PNEUIWOMIA .. ., '. '
a.m. dally except Sunday.Sunday S'S'S :
"L :NOar burs to 11:30
: 0OOa. m. : a. m., S
No.2. No. 4
; No. f. No.
.. and from 5:30 to 7:19
.,,11:0.1 p.m. p.m. ., ,
p 01 .:3:3\: p m Lv....Pen acol&.Ar 4:00: p m 11:00 a 10 Money'! Order loaned at all hours when i
tJUam 5:3)pm Ar .,hntlum.r.Ly, 11:15am: 9:35pm .
office l III ,
,. 11:119 am 9:1:3: : pin..... Birmingham: ..... 8:33 a 10 4uJ: i. m2:30am open except.1.Sunday S. ALLEY P. M. ..
., ; ,\ 820a m .. ....Lmllavl lie....... 6:15 pin 2Uam and CONSUMPTION'I :
'7:20.10 11:59 am ......llllcluDatl: ..... 11:0) p'n' 11:IA pm .- .
,-7:20 ; m 1:3'pm: ......8t. L.III. .....; 4UI.rn t'Il\\pm' : I Oar labblnK but. ;

.. L ,IiM40"I8.ttnl. it jv"r .fu coon. BANKER and' yeml-weekly Atlanta;'

9. 'No. 21. Noal. I Nam.lIufSta.tluQs.. I No. 2. No. 22. Journal per year tl.70.
.. 1),11), 1),11) I (No.Wpwherelanatehownl iilly I Dally! BANNBB and Thrice,,-week New York ,

,. t' 1151 D'S l'U a In Lv. Pmlaudula Ar. 10KI! p m 630( P m World. per year. '1.65. I. '
UANNKB and Tlmes-i
Semi-weekly n* I :
,, l1U" 711'" Buhemla. ",
1')1"' 6v ;
and Citizen,
., 13 9) 716 Yuleatra 1031" 6 OL :' on POl'year,11,50. e
.. MANNER and Home and Farm ; lE''Y'S'r
1191 71i" E"'ll1rnbla.' 1034 b57 per year
... UJ72.: \ Mnlat, .. 103J": II U 1 $r.2.v U
1'3 au" 7 2'1 H 1023 .. IIiO .. I
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; ".. .",,' 125) 7in",...... G\I'Clt 101 liST ;
: ; .,1:3\Q": 7 aa Milton 1010 !' 1120" r---- cLPT?
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11") .. m G.)1{ Rang: 455 e .

" t ., i....;..r':. ,'' \ '".. ;.."..". 291 23J'15S! '""" -8 9IS 8111",;r' .. Crestview"lIl1g"n U..lts! 11:11)935"111:1":: .." 411 435 400", .".i. I2 r eo:' .J Uft Jjf.ll g JI an D IH II IIffliJUma

;- 3f1"' 8\6: .. Deer Lund 8145! 83. :.s BK1TEH! IRAN: 1401.D1 I TA l' ti
8J1: >..; 910" I\fOilRY Iliad 840" 816 ..J -" w"8'trnnlil '
'....a"r r ".c.0" py. B:3S: .".. De Funlak Springl II 13'.. 243 "e ihmiiio Indljrcotloii! and nrrvouedebility) ,"
.' .. 41S :... 9 U. Ar&tvle& 74. 231. write .K. J. Green of uano.i.ler N. U.
"', ,, .' ,:' .40. .. 9\1": Ponc.def.eonS" '7211" tI3"' .No remedy helped me until 1 lietrnil. u muICIfc.trln I
,."\;,.. 'j, ,. ":"",' ,500 .. ltO( ".. WllIwllle '717" 11\5" Kitten. whtcn did me more K>n>d
the and heals the
.: -', ': ',504 to u .. Carrvllill 7 1'3" 149 thou" tI" the nvdloinpB' 1 ."er used. They stops cough .Lt. 1
531 ?.. 1)1) Ronltay 863: 127" hive also kept my wife In cxoellint health -
600 1H4( : Chlple 637.. 104 n'n1. fir year.*. H-". Bata Electric UlMeri are .
.. ..
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\ 63Q ..j 1107( .. Cottondal 618 .. 1238 .. just splendid for female ,troubles. ; that they 1 lungs and prevents serious j
700 .. 1135: .. Marlann gip .. 1914 an n itrnrd tome and lnvj).nr"lor for weak
v .730 1145 > Cvprf''S II 3S 11 45 a"m nn clown women. lin othermrdlolneOat
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>!> 11 Iii Oran. .. results from cold.. 011ETr.TAR}
740( .. .. Ridge 633 11,82 :. tnkeltg plnee| In our rllll1l1 Trjtbem.Onlv a i *
11 ()') IJntladli : >Jl
,. 711'1 .. : 621 .. 1g 51811 / -HatlalKitlon) guaranteed by S.
13 11' n'n I\r: River Junction Lv. 1110 11120 'a m K. McUeueby & Co. '

-,.._ Consumption Cured CONTAINS NO OPIATES :
:. ib
i" Okiw!Waha II y ....c.._. & Co. Dana Ind. 28 1902.
Now tLetini Foley Chicago. Sept. IS MILDLY LAXATIVE ( '"
P. E. Holland contributes to "What's that watch worth?" Gentlemen:-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me of consump. j (
tO: tiuba4cribQp lion after I had suffered two yean std was almost desperate. Three physicians And a Safe R.ra. rtor >
the Ocala Star the following beau- asked Mr. Klose, pointing one failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good. I tried II l old and Young. l'
for the Banner.r almost medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY s
p : tiful legend in regard to the name in the showcase,says the Youth's every Recommended bytheMedical I
AND TAR was recommended to me.Its effect right from the start was magical. y S
r .... ing of the beautiful O daWabariver Companion. I Improved from the first dose and am now sound and well, and think FewltyfortheTrouble various I j t
""M"- r'"f".t.' :. "Ten dollars," replied thejew- HONEY AND TAR' Is a Godsend to people with Throat and Lung affections of the I!
Yours Mrs. Ambrose. J
I very truly, Alary I
._ :- FEMALE On the trunk of an overhanging eler. filtroat. Chest

tree that dipped its boughs : "I'll take it," said the Gusto'n- FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR I
into the water, sat Okla and I er, and after paying' for it he arid Lungs. ,

). 64 FOBTLAIfD*1-1 00I>tr1'M.8"M.UNB, Oct.IT' ,.HOt. .Waha, amusing themselves by i went out. contains no opiates and; does not constipate I;
I I eonildar Wlnaof; Cardul; I raporior The next
he around
to aa. doctor's mediotnu 1 ever Used shooting the fish thatdarted day came ""'An
( ,', and I know whereof I .pw k.* again. i like ordinary cough medicines. a"f f
fend for nine months with .appremediniuutrnation about in the limpid depths of. the FOLEY .
wn ot completely proetratod { "This watch doesn't exactly
Pains would shoot through spring. .
!}}:. my "beak me.and .Id.... and I would h.... suit me," he said.. "Wtat's that THREE SIZES 25c.50o, and $1.00 CHICAGO&.. Ui
7. .". bliadlnj hodauhe. iff limbs would I Okla, tall and straight as the
well mi mid 1 would feel eo weak I ( worth?" pointing to another t..-- 1ft I
t could not ctand for I ap.seemed natarally to be beyond ieltdiaooanged i arrow which he held in hid hand,. one, "Fifteen dollars.',' : The 50 cent:size contains 2j: times as much as the I ii"=1

the help of phyiioiana, bat Wina of I was a brave warrior\ of the fierce small size and the $x.oo size almost 6 times as much. 4 ,J
4 Oardoi QoU-aend to I
carne ae a me. I "I'll take that instead of this _
felt change far the better within a eminole tribe.. Waba was a I
week. After nineteen days tre tni,,ntt if don't mind." REFUSE SUBSTITUTES -
menstruated without atfetlng the. I maiden of rare Indian beauty, one you ,

.ffoniea end... ..did and coon beoamereffalM whose jet black rested admiringly "Certainly." 8. K. MoUUACllY! ; KK"" Cblpley. I-In. >r Bit 'lK; Vernoo. Pta.
without pain. Wine of eyes .._
Oardal !I. WGnd'nfulomd 1 wloh ----
imply A two later he
that all offering- women knew of IU on the hero by her side. day' or came -
good qualities.Treaaunr been accused of'many things. I ** We promptly obtain U.8.ana Foreign
Okla fixed the arrows in the again. > Do I
t I .PII' 4- t "How watch have have been charged with being: ,
N4rMn. bow, placed it into her band, and a you

,. ,Portland BiTonomlo League brought the arrows' back when got for $25?" ,he inquired. drunk 'in the street, with consorting You **

Waha '"Well, $25 will get a pretty with improper
Periodical! headaches tell of female I had shot them away perS01)s.j I .

weakness. Wine ot Cardui "Good archer, my love," said good timepiece,"said the jeweler, with selling my ,' Take. .. :*(Ir..rep")iiJ model">a Kdton nntentaMllty.or photo ci>for luv,<.\0&100101...bankrL3anE \

cores permanently nineteen out of handing out one, "Here's ing for .corrupt measures, wjth
every twenty caaea of irregular Okla, as he placed the missiles :n';'' .r I r ARKS "a!:;

menses, bearing down pain or by her side, "but you cannot- with a gold-filled case, and full- taking money not my own, but; ffUE DAN'NER ?

female weakness./ If arediscouraged thank God fellow-citizens I
5- 5 any and doctors you have shoot one where I cannot get it jeweled. The movement is war- my ,

failed that, it the best reason in ,! for you.' ranted." have not been charged' with. im- not

the world you should try Wine of "I'll! take it." morality." IIi
Cardui now. Remember that | "Get this, and they'laugh'ed _. .. Opposite U. S. Patent Office]

headaches mean female weakness. at the challenge she ''made'as her He paid the difference, took Why not? WASHINGTON D. C. ) .,....-
Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of the watch and went Senator Spooner was makingan ('
Cardui hand.let go the arrow, and awayit away.
today.Foley's. impassioned speech. in the We will send TnIG BAN IGR post pal
few he
a a days
like flash the
sped a through to any address, for'I I per year j Ou, for aix: 1 EXPERIENCE
water, and down to the very mad his 'appearance once more. Senate.' month; 25o, for three montha.

heart: of the sprjng. ( 'Have you 'got a first-class "Who were ,more entitlea to

W'I EO'caRDUI Aha." said the warrior, and watch with solid gold case that freedom, Mr. President," he OrWe l
will send TUB BANNKB and the
said "than these people who .
dived belo> ,. !buj$ the current into you. can sell for $50? he said. I New Yrok Tbrloe-a-Week: World, one yen: a

tl' which hey 'had gone was too "Yes. Here it is." were subject to extortion;blackmail l 1er41. o I I TRADE MARK

strong; he could not live in the "Well, I'll take it," said Mr. robbery by their government 'OrWe DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

Klose. "Here's the other watch these Panamanians, if 4o..
deep boils into which he' had A nvnns sendhtg a ketrhund dMOrtntlnn n -
call will tend TUB BAKNBR end the Qtil i is to
I plunged. and $25. That's the one I really that the. proper way Atlanta Weekly Journal oneyeor,for 1.75 litvanunn. trlolToonBdaiitr I I.probably BaMntnhln.l. HANDBOOK' '!> Coniniiiiilratlon. : on I'nt.ift-

wanted at first butI hated to payout them. sent fraa. Oldest a envy fur'oourlnR pt iU.Pntenu ..
Kidney Cure Filled with terror at the fate Or token tbrounh Muim: A Co. r:::.jeliptrtatnotio. ..
I "Call them Panamanians," interjected / .without. oh.r... In tba
oialres / nits and bladder rtxbt. she had caused, Waha clung to all(that money. at once. :
roo" -- Senator Morgan who 'It f yon wint- all three pnncn-'fnt Scientific JJm rltan.A .
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the tree in despair. A single tear RANNgtThe! : ;New York World The At.tanbt .
( I PEUFECT: CONFIDENCE.: : I sitting at his desk with his hendenntely' lllnMTn "'"1 weBklw lUmrt, oliwciilntloii
f- { her long lashes and was .urnlll-lVe will make the extreme ..r ..n,rletitldo' 1 erln.$3a,
glistened on Where there steed to he M fueling of unease closed andapparently asleep. ly low price of only $2,35 for the three pal rmtrt tnur fell into the water. Inemi and worry In Ibo household when a eyes l IfOr,. & Co 3etefo.dw.y New York I x
child showed of there III l liti '
symptom (
eioup "Well then Panamaniaca
"1'W" ';o, "My Okla, I.wll? , -
: Cliomlierlnln'. Senator Spooner : after .
uniform oi snapped
auuuua ,
.. 'd lee she cried, and sank by the side of "'ou Kfrni'df In the treatment of that BANNER.' I

,, her lover. "i"e..o.e. Mr. M. 1.*nford.or t'ooleaville the laugh had subsided "but I THEarrowing@ RED
'.. Md In peaking of bur exiwrlemw In the will Mr. President that.all
Seeds From her body there went outa IIIltt of that remedy, iiy'i'l have a world say; Chi; yes, Flr>. 4
of WM flilnnod, In tbaml..rll\ln': Cough: Remedy the maniacs are not in Panama. OF U !J !::SLa
'.' cost motv M"t mora number of waves -that have fr i have, need it with p-rfllC tucoen. Foley
.,; S4 **T.*""*>'..-r..entlnc-' )1 Iy -blld Garland, li" nubject to aereie at But it never touched Senator Honey and Tar
,' ceased to ripple the
"t'f' .41..pp..n. et never upon ticks t>r croun and It always ylve blm .
didn't his torchHdren.snfe.suro. /Vo oJafes.Thriceu.
4t rit.l;wi. &. heed:' *'the tit..cI.rcllieed.1904 bosom of that stream, and the prompt r.lior, .'' For sale by !S.'K. MvOxacby: ., Morgan. He open eyes
V'/. A n.arposlpp.ld. In.. &; Co even. M..eJ
.;% toot oApp".nb tear which, splashed-- upon Jbe Week Edition. J .
: P.Jll. FERRY S CO.. -
surface by'the W..hluato..
was Told lu
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.: Detroit. Mlctk Representative John Wesley Of TIJ E-

;; sunbeams Into tiny rainbows, Thesquabble in the House hines of Tennessee made six or NFW YORK WOULD f

which were broken by the waves!!, "Birdie" ( larger every! day. YOUR
[ P A-WN'E R' _SALVE "Representative eight speeches! today. As be was ANU TIIE- I I NAME:! should be on the list.
and whose fragments are. thereto Adamsof Pennsylvania, said the CURE
.. thsmoaIr.ialv.lnth! world. talking; a Republican representative Ciilplcy Banner T
this day, lending to Silver election of Mayor McClellan in 16| F U White. Painful.
j1I" who but his KOIt-
thought none .
Profuse and Irregu- .
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l!<" r Springs their beauty, and, with New York meant "free rum and colleagues overheard him said $ l.r,5; 1'I I YEAH A Ur Menace,

the river, are. perpetual .reminders free immorality" reminded LeonR. "Gaines reminds of fleas in rir- Ovarian Troubles* ...,. .
me nll* Pi\tCEA. Falling of the Womb
of them who to the latter -
,. .gave .
f limited Okla- Bailey of New Yorlf, who was a house. They don't do the house The Twice-a-wp WorM has now become and all other disturbances to whichfemales
their names-
,,y.,. to wriu for nor1Irig confidential. letter bet re. ap. >. here at the meeting of the'Democratic the Tbrloe-s.week World. belnjz l issued ,every are svnject, especially those .
worth and bother the inmates
for tit m rb money.V Waha. any good they : Monday W and Friday.
obstinate which for have
... .promptly obtalo W.t.and Foral\ n i _. National Committeeof the most to death.. I The moat llberal6tJ'er ever made to the resisted all eases other treatment years I
public. The Tbrloe-a-week. World larger
'PATENTSor \NOTHEH CAS* OF KHKHMATISMCITUKD Western repr.esentativewhowent: than any weekly or soml-weekl>- newipap AN OLD CH3ONIO CASE.
.j .,,4 TRADE or rctma ItN1 ; HY VH UI BIKI.ALo'lt.:. ) home to plead for' re-election r i.ublUbed. furnlnblng eighteen: page, For five 'eRJI-I: Differed from whites
: rain BALM. fURriClT-t Hid C.IFB. and womb trouble, three!
', TIRE ,",1'117' s: ... l model, .kotcb NKAttLY eight columns wide every week and the
)" .," .' bntosad .. and &II IMMEDIA.TE. The ffflcacy of Chamberlain's Pain BalmIn !says the Washington!: correspond A runaway, almost ending Itally, started fbipley: HAMMKB tor one Dollar and 8lx ty- Q.Inirto, reI and eye myrontitlbn"iie. I then snort begun( take
FREE iani.bllitr. Wtb gin the rletoj! rbeumatlem lit being(;demon. the let of J. are cents a year. The World combines all .P. ,
1 kgi.n. ..Icp.. a horrible ulcer oa IVonior. and DOW prac-tirallr cure .
"J' ., IiMt. and adTtee, ana oaictuucm of the New York World.
P.rtvr'rrlpleL.01 tirhiclnr, ence and of
'. .iruted daily. franklin Grove. III. For lour y par. IS to the freahness orlspnesa a dally with pluHHiire in recommeiidinf 1I to n
arc moderate Tr7- Vii., .>o. Abet ChdOiberUlD'e: Pain Balm : be said "I Oed all doctor and all remedies: But the laHtructlve and sieclal features of a women. MB, L. A. ,, kiRke
31I; <4:" :,, ;, SWIFT & CO. rave. him i,ernniiM, >iit relief from rheurajtNm "Fellow-citizejns,- :, Hucklen's Arniv. delve bud no trouble tit eeklr. BurbourivilU.1
the back when e"er"tblnll el-.. returned for further/information Wrlwto' l\\.+ReMIt" DRUGGISTS li
..11 In have 'to ask, again.for: cure blm. Equally wood for burn briilx. Address .. .
t"-" Patent Lawyers, ailed l, and uo would not be without It. For- kin ernptlou and pile U.K.: Mr. TheCUIPLKV HANNbR, a.h.Ch..taa.Tea..",_..?.r. SELL.F'...
!t" Opp.U.S.Patent Offlee.Washlnaton,D.C.rr fate by 8. B.!: *l O""cby do to.: .. your suffrages. I. know I have Ueacbr .A Co.'a drug afore. Chlpley: FU! ,
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A.NNOUNCEMENTB. 'j heads house f :: : I I t'i'

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tji F.r She Leal.l.tor.. 1 etpd. .

I I I am a candidate for the tovlatatura.thaaupportot I edict To '
AD. all whataka. part lu.thn primart .. thU I :
YOUR LUCK Otf AN :- I M you favor ma with the nomination t will tun m \'" I
TRY bout efforta to secure the election. It I am<1featod "
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In the primaries I will work for tha auoe Mof I
.. the. gentleman uf your choice.v ertv ;
A.. rtevan. ness '
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; : ..a h _____a------a------. ... for 11I..ff.I care.II' Iii. l :: ;: ; :;

hereby announce thnt I am a candidate lor ,
thenfliceol Sheriff of Waahlnirton county, nubjact tune
to the actkm of the Democratic party. If nnoit-I rectly :
H nated I ...11I.01 -..-- mlirn. my railroad poeltkm ,....- ;
HAND If elected, will drvola my time and talvnta to thadutlea fitted I
-TRYYOUR of the ffice. Siilicltlnir the aid o( my .
W friends throughout the oiiunty.I .
wilt. I very. truly. TOM J. WATT I, I ..

At writing; an advertisement for our Store. We Eur'sberIrn I I The ) ) .

gi;\e $2.50 cash to the boy or girl who writes the best With this I announce myaelt\ a candidate for the > .
'arch 1st. the office of Sheriff of Washington. county anbjaceto (
for us between now and + the action el the democratic Totem at the '
advertisement 1004:
election"to be held May loth. If nominated
: primary :: (
n sheet and sign 'your name to and elected:: shall diacharvo thedutlna of ()
Write it plainly on one 0 the office to the beat of my ability and without .cents) :

.it, and hand it in, sealed, at any tim before.March fear or favor.. Yours L..PI".truly. M. BAKMOH.For York.}{ ;
March all the letters will .be opened, and BWtl .
1st. On .1st Sh.rUT. I

'. i. will decide which 'one is the best, and you will a. By request of several. friend* I hereby. announce -<(7i! .. )
judges my.elf a candidate for Hherllf. eubject! to the 'York .
/ the Now let all the boys and girls get Democratic primary to be held May the loth A rl : ( )
OI get money. 1"O4. If nominated: and elected. I believe that I .. .
can fill the oroce to the intereat of the people and ( .
to work. ciedit to my wI. Thanking you In advance 'for
I* boy or girl r\ yvest your aupportf I am yours truly! t.
AF This offer is open to any "H R. C. BoiifiK.Vor l "' .
f .
\.4 mar
Florida. / Hlierlnr. I }' )
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3puud C' l!
# .Four year ago I ... urged by my many: lams. :
Your fnends < friends to run for re...1iictti to Sheriff'a ofliM. I ( )
lt.a refuHed.. ... 1 thought. 1 had had It long' enough. for vllll'l.
: I II r one time t alao I thought 1 would not aak 'fur it !
Oarnpbell& Butler. again. But mlnfortnne haa coma on m... canned '''' ( ) !; .
by a 1 few political enemlna and I am left almost .
ennileaa and agaIn artic my frlendn aupport In
the election for Bhorlff'a office. Thanltmn you erh-
''> for pant favor and promlnlna to do all mora reed UI /
J than ever before aa time and experience" have ) "
iiTnnr i' i"1"1"- 1'11'1"1"181' --.... -. taught mo how to do ao. I am. pany. '
Eyiiiitjguyuti&mnpijiunjtafivi) \ u UK ILJ Your friend" JC. G. ALL*. ( ,
: pnyfuy Dunk ;; : r i
For Clerk. :: .

ON AN AD. I hereby announce my candidacy to .,uo.,,.edmy..1f (fl 12\\: ) : '
TRY YOUR LUCK an Clerk of the Circuit Court of WaBhintf- '
ton count. aubjuct to the action of the Dum."ra..crrlm.rJf. lev's .
: i to be held May 10th. Uhanklnir you .. .
for your auppc t, lam ,
W. C. I/OCKIV.. : by : (
Youra truly. '
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k -'"- d%. .S% !. ... _. 'p'p.. '-P For' Tax Am>e>.or .
: ,,; "" ...," -% .,' 'p'' 'p 'p' -
-- Thanking the people of Washington county for most"
turnedout Mr. J. R. Alford-of holmes county all pant favora and promlnlntf to ontuiue! to dl1- at '
0 .0.0 0 Tan BANNKH: ;Job office) has Just Saturday here the guest of' his charge. the dutlea of the office conscientiously and
ochool spent bent of ability,I attain announce tnyiftelf" I I .
'j the
for the to my paid.
a 33-page pamphlet other. M.: A Alford. .. .
> { a candidate to aucceed 7".1f Tax Aiwaw r.Youra .
coo \ ]. O'PICS j board Washington c l1nty. containing Miss 'Esther Pritchard left Tuesday very truly. JOHN W. WILLIAMS. : ;Ji

: o' f ft tho course of study, rules and regulations evening for Uoldtfberry. Mo, where she For Supt. Pgblle Inntractlou.. !
0' 0_' 00' relatives lndnlinltely. i ; ::: :
Cook. of the! public, schools of this county. will visit I take this method of Informing the peopla that Six !
Is now Justice Huell left for the office of Supt. of Public ,
and family I am a candidate ley.
We call tho attention the Democratic Mr. B. Y. AdeUbergar In Missouri InHiructiim of Waahinirton. county subject "I.e the .
IMd attend the Bale Saturday? Tuesday evenlnit for come point and mapcttfully acres
Democratic primary
you to the announcement '" action" thu .
voters\ of Washington county v here they will live In future. solicit the aupport of all DemncratH.H. .
Mhe county commissioners were In session of W. A. Bryan, whole_ a VV.'Oard- F. GAINKH. sold "
Messrs. W. W. Harvey and D. -- tlc
.__d- Monday. candidate for Representative. Bro. Bryan a portion of last week on their -------- ; I

Read the BANNER: and koep'up with Is well known to yon all. and we feel.sure npr homesteads spent In tee lower part of the G:I rr tf. fMERIOfNI'I'i!

the announcements for oftlce.\ will make a good and capable officer If county. Your meal I ground at Cntcblns grist !; } .

and he Is a trim and tried Demo. Mr. O. O. foster a prominent attorneyof mill. Hn grinds every! day, and makes I
Tho JThardor Education had their. reecular elected; ; Enterprise, Ala., wan a visitor In tne the best meal ever made In Gill pley. It Is I I
monthly meeting Monday. '. crat. He needs: no eulogies from ,uS. city last Saturday. He says Chiplaw Is a Also If von.have any axe's you want No. J1 .
'an't 8"wll-cro"s-l'lit orclrciegnmnued. tho .
I that. ground or vour
but says
attention to the an- tine town.; mile. .
: We direct your : bring them to me. My I .
'When needing any kind ot job prir.tlDRdon't ... '. .
L/ no"ncement of R. C. Home for Sheriff. Mrs. Pond. formerly of ::this place but charge fur doing same, will ho reaoona SEE !I (
fall to Rive UK your order. throughout the flOW of Eufanla, Ala..lamA In Tlw..d.Nile .\". ble. I CHTOIIINS.. 4t. : ;
well known .
Mr. Home Is Mr. and Mrs. J. -
to will be the gnost of I ,- *- W.C.
Tho. man who succeeds In attending o wish! her a V. C. V. Pl'oC'eedlulJ.. .

? his own business accomplished much. county In the capacity ot Treasurer a few pleasant visit. At the regular 1111'1'1Ing..tump' McMil, \ :! ..

Tho man who !Elves nothing good< to years ago. Hemado a faithful, efficient --1 a3uire .-.L lan No. .217 U. 0.: \ at Chlpley Flu., .

the world gets -nothing really good out and courteous ofYlcnr then, and If ducted i Jail. 36 li, the"following resolutions were :

of It. Sheriff will no doubt make a !good officer [ ; I

It takes one. hundred pennies to raaka a now. I camp Omrodps-Ollr: great chlnftaln. Lieu. ..'.......... I )}\

dollar but one penny will unmake u The office ot Supt. of Public Instruction Is no place la[ town like Wells Gen. John B. Gordon; having crosmd it la / .

dollar. Is un Important office to be" Blind.Mr. Bros to trade at. over the river to rest under the shade, of I there. .. :;
trees'with the Immortal Lee, ackon. .
last Fri D. P. Gainer, one of Washington of new styles and nice I ibu Said
Mr. .las. Chesnut presented us A new'llne pants Hampton and otheis: bit U IV' ... ; :
dl\Y with the foot and board of a 17-oound i county's oldest! teachers, Is an applicant patterns., ;Just In at Campbell: & Mutter'sThere ReumnivedThatinlhe death of Lout.Gun. .. : I ,: ;':

tllrkey. which he killed In Holmes creek for the position and ask your support at For big bargains .Ih pants, go to Wells of Its. Gordon greatest the patriots Southland poldh'rll.IIMt'II"has lo .t on! "line""""'" I ,

Ilrlm&rvel'etlon., Don't torgo Bros. ran""" "
8wami> thatd8y. the coming men and Christian, gentlemen. In the west: .
him. but remember be wants to labor New good. coming. Tn dally at our death of General Gordon we have'lnntia' .
Rumors of a railroad are axaln Qoittlnu of chil Campbell & J111 .IAr.I true and tried friend and brother on i went
fop you for the advance men t your store. extend' to bis .
through; the air. We had rather tieo the who was ever ready to !
dren's education.As If II want gootf home-made pepper' old comrades In war. a warm welcome .. .
railroad than to bear 10 much-talk y bow In huinl)t .
,, call at Everltt & If.orll'II.Wn.ntetlA atullovliig hand. Let us .
In order we call\ sauce h'ue
all thing
abotitita.( \ annotincHinnnts are : submission tu. Him who dons 'i'his '
who few bale!! of good hay' 01 weliand strive tOt'mnlato the rich l"lCILC)
I ,attention to that of U. () Allen, a "
Let every loyal citizen do something your for subscription. Apply hnre. BANNER.:! : hi- has left us. lie It ;:: : :
asks for tour support In the primary Unsolved That these resolutions b41pr..nd ,
for the promotion of C'hlpley,..and bit a the office of Sheriff. Everybody knows"Charley" Trade where the crowd trades There Is upon the! records of our camp andpubllKhed W .

little more brotherly to your neighbors. I Alien he has served the! peo a reason for \hat\ Campbell & Butler's.Make In our county paper and a copy .
; lenu'raL'J&s1L
of dear ( .
sent to the family our .
would be.
How nice It
pin of this county as Sheriff; before and vonr r wants and wishes" known at [AHNRAU, Cb'n;

Mr. Henry Hoylng. of Fort.Madison I satisfaction too so far as WI' know, WI-HT Bros., and. they will satisfy them I D. 11. IIOBNK.K. :.
gave C. VVlLBOV.:
for you. ,
Iowa, cuinq In last week. lIe Is it sawmill and says he. will, do so again If elected Committee. > ;
prospecting Ue Now Isn't It time tn got your boy a new 1
man an4$ comes Consider: his claims., ; hat? We have a new II n... -m -
purchased the Pritchurd mill. I Campbell & Butler. r-----: -S
Col. Bmlt Lanneail has. been appointed
:' ::Y It Is Calhoun county's' time to nametlm Consul (General of the Eminent Household Blank' straw sailors with ribbon band. rCo { SPOJ\( )

Bat senator from this district and the i : of Columbian Woodmen, an Incorporated only you are 2':>c looking., at Mice for.' lIatt"'s. Just what., t:::.:: 0 0" L 1 _....... 0 0 0.-i I,) ;; ;;;

poo pie of Washington, county are getting I fraternity. of Georgiaand hnuded. ..
Don't forget that yon can "get, old newspapers llueb.
anxious know who Is to bo the candidate. of .. '
by somA of the most at tUt BANNER office for 13c: nta I Mr. Sterling ShlpeH parsed through I
Is Went Florida, -
tloorgla. lie territory hundred.
per this lest Saturday. -
Southwest Georgia. and Southeast Ala. vicinity ,.
Thou who willing to make sacrifices bama. He' has l'rltanlz.d> a loilftn, hnre. f Twenty pieces new ntyle A. F. U. Ginghams Mr. Undl Yat-, sr, went to Chlpley I"
are "
; composed of Hdmo of tile best men we Just received; hetttglnghams made; last week and purchased: a linn mult

(?) In order tn snrve the-"d ar peo- have. :Success to him.1 I see them. Campbell & Ho tier. Mr. Levi Brock of WansaiH. was In our' ,

Vi," had better make their willingness>!s -a -, Too busy to write locals. It's the "same community last :Saturday on business.Mr. .
10th Is not very far 0" 0 0 0 It will have to do this. time, <<
public for Jay so old gag, but Felon Kelly and family moved to
distant.llarfleld. r. 1 or oTso you will have to come and nm for his hoinesteuidiwar Greenhead last week.
CP Pleas.
1oNk- t yourselves. At tint' Studio. Mr. atld- Mrs. Tom Wells were the

Bros have remodeled their for us to'enumerate of and Mrs. W. P. Wooten taut l
r' .\..- '-.0_ 0 0.-< Space:! Is too valuable have for guests Mr. I
thtnus we .
Store and now have a very comfortableand all the good Sunday.Mr.:
Mr E. N. Dncktevldlted Marianne Sun yon at our dora, but come see for vour- Giidl Yates lr.. and son, Mr. David
place. They expect to carrya Wells. Bros.
\ roomy day. self. Yates, visited his father, Mr. Gad I Yatea,
large Block of furniture,., Of course you last l week
A. 1. Miller went to Curyvllle Tuesday The rooster !Is half th pen. 1 have r..
will see their ad. afternoon'on husluess. only a few more full\! blooded White Rock- 'Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Everltt spent a few "
cockerels to dispose of *t a low price.! If hours with J.Y.. Huth and family.last .
Read VV. C. Lockey's announcement.He Mr. Dan> Martin. of Itonlfav, transacted old at once. .Wow Is the time to makeup Saturday: evening.Mr. (,

again offers his services to the people ,ulnedM here Tuesday. your Hock J. T Collier.. I I and ;Mrs. T: 8. EyCrltt visited their .

of Washington county In the capacity of Mr. W, II. Everitt visited Marlanua Ono trial makes you a permanent ship daughter Mrs. W. P. Woolen of Bush,
fc Obnny. :Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday on blllll nA"". per. Try us. Write Johnson last (
Clerk of the Circuit Court, a position and '
Wholesale Orocers Importer \V>- re till having cold weather and .
wblch he has. held for the past four ,.para.. I Mrs F. M. McCullouah visited. friends Commlsklnn Merchants* 30 8.:! Broad St., logrolling and rail splitting. Is the general

Mr. Lockey Is an efficient and courteous at Cottondale this we k. .. Atlanta, da. 'i, occupation of the farmers. \

officer, and asks to be re-elected. Attorney, A. D. Jones ipenc Monday In The best place In town to get shirtwaist !! titr. Lev! Yates. Jr.. vNlted, his sister., / \
the vicinity of Urauttvlllo. : silks nil colors pearl buttons Mrs. Arch Mm*, of lionlfav, last. Satnrdav. -
Lampktn 1\(. Harmon announces for the slilrtwal- eti.. hats kid gloves corsets Mrs. tSlms. has been quite ,Ick...for !
.. '' Mr. A. tj:Ii-.omll.. of Itonlfay was one ofthe can*. etc., la at thn millinery store of the several Java nut WH are glad to note that j
office of Sheriff In this Issue. Lamu. visitors\ here Saturday.:! Misses. Richardson. she U I Improving. (

he Is. familiarly known by bill friends -aa-- w : I"
Sheriff:! .!. A. McKelthen transacted If you want any of those ribbons at I 1 -Ff\RMER
ID a young man and was born and roared bualnessat Vernon Monday Miss Hattln's you'saw advertised' la.t tmrivlUe. << .
Washington cntihtv. lie offer bis week! get them while you can. for when A trip to Vernon Monday ((aVA. your << t
Jn "dowan of linnlfay transacted them. correspondent an opportunity to ,take a 4 -
E. L. they're gone cbs cannot duplicate .
services, subject. to' .the ..action. ot the buisimiaienUhipIey,! Tuesday I They were.a bargain. and you're !getting peep Into!\: theuMveral, odlcesof\ our count << INDIJa.NJt.POI.ltl. INO. .t .f.

primary and avs, If elected be will serve them at a bargain. officials al..n.. .ut/tnd thn regular meetingof school : : Nation."k.U'." toy; mn Able (,
Mr. J. W. Callaway. of Campbeltuon.wan !I the COunty eomnluuuulnnur. and Tha Leading JVorleuUursil Journal. of tha ,
the people without fear or favor. a visitor. hpra Jest w ek. --- ----DIRECTORY.- hoard. its It said th:it W asluIlmxtnn county Co.... of Wrltera. (
can boast of having all\ the office tilled
We call the particular attention of all Curl ttterllnd spent Saturday eight To the members uf' the church Oranoa Hill with young men except Chairman:'ravoyof '
t friends! at Ponce do Leon. circuit M. K. Church South and to the srnneral and Cliull. -5--- ;
with <
: the C'1Ulltf'olomllllllonMra
schedule ofavmthlrappolntfnents .
those wtu need *p. ctaoles to the adv.r.F public. I desire. to submit the following -
: man lulU o( the school board all fir S WE.OIFER' :. 1 .. -W
I t.lspment.'o' A. K:, tlawkes the'famousAtlanta Tar Assessor. J.V.. Williams .spent New Hope every lust:, ..t. and Sun., 11 a n.Vernon. .' whom are well qunlltted for their poMl V\ITIUNTnE.NT5XT THIRTY: DA8 : ;

.!_ .optlclan. on first. page. Ile,p'r Monday at the cOunty caultal.. every lat and 3rd Sun.. 7 p. m. ''. tlons possessing the admirable qualityof :.-
I Orange nun every Ind Hoiu.11 a. m. and 7p.m. extremely polite Bad courteoa oH-Onei .
r.\ .,,one of hU; representatives will be at ft. Miss Pearl Collier spent, a few day*last. Duncan" every 2nd Sat.. 11 a. m. to every being only having buslnemi with them. j << Two for the Price, :
of friends.J. .... Sat., 11 .. m.Mnsa .
week at Marlanna, the guest Bonnet .d. every wlll.ioon <<
: Co Home' store on Feb. 12th 13la andMthv Sun.. H a. m. inasmuch as the campaign TIJBXjlIRIcXHi'ARMfcn .
Hill. every 3ft and ,
.. .. ... .A. .fall him If Qued O.'Matherson.'of: Ashland, Ky..spent M Iller's Ferry every 4th Sat. 11 a. m.Pleasant commence In earnest fur the selection of( : TtlH BANNER, the ,leading county paper,
Don't to tee
you ... A 7 p.m.. In November It
-- .: here last week, prospectlntr. I G....... every 4tb$ufl..11 new men -t t thn polls <<
glasses or your eyes trouble yon. .faw days Year I lalthlutly.t might be well for th.. taxpayer and votertoaquYaint Year t.
". Mr. J. t*. ;flalner. of Econftna, spent t t. W. A. Pninc*. Pastor.TIIATTRUUIULR } hlm olf\ with the actual facts I3othOne o
We are pleiiand to note that the Board Saturday in the city trunnactinij business! J relstivetotha fitness of the present luciimbnts ,, for 'P .
'T :'''''G. before casting. a vote to remove .

of Public Instruction ha* come to the Ir n. ",V. Klnner. of IMmberson, Mon Caused by SALT RHEUM eub curd an efficient\ man from party prejudice. : offer l rs mad*to all new uib crher| ,. and! aIlnid.. one wbo fpay
ThIs unparalleled
reil-t of the C'hlpley! High School by appropriating .. lath. world that As to the present boards mentioned JIocldrt'PJ -
tana. was a visitor here day or two la l. .. by th.. only remedy 1 all arrears and renews beginning Janoary'l, IHO: ; .
nil eight -, **' positivetusrsnlee, there can fie no resent. assigned why they ,I up ,
$70 t.-i complete the ( week.: 1 I U Hold with a printed \
around every bottle. You will have your have not discharged their duties In ai I
months term. This will welcome news and .. case efficient and lawful manner thus meeting '
In ch rerv
0. Stopped refunded p" BANNER
fell of Toledo. money r
to the patron, a* It precludes the necessity off 111\.1 here. J.Sunday-V. and, spent the day with where OH. BEL-DINU'S SKIN HEM E. the want of the people In a Jtist .nd nprlaht 1 TilE CHIPLEY .. ,
No however
have been prelu-
whether way. pers-m.
DY fall 10 cure, you
ot having to raise by suhitcrlptipn' frlendE.j ': 1 a filleted' fine TBOr or nl',. h.hJ l pleasant diced! can visit the office- of our countyclerk ChlpIeyla. ?
that amount The school has also been, I Doctor prescribe>> It. without alitflrlngf the many quail : i
1 Mrs.1' ftixale i Harrell, of Oraeeyllle. cam' I to use.. '. Everltt A tUrne.' ties he possesses" as an upright and hones 1- # t.
placed In the column of High Schooliby) In :Saturday.and spent a. court. time will'I 19-1.!% Chi"ley. Fla. officer. 'fbe same can be said of the ... ,
the State with an appropriation of XXO. relative : C. [ :,'t : -.t.. .
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