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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
February 18, 1904


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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:.:. XI. Chipley, Washington Co., Fla., Thursday, February: IS 19O4. No. 35.

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,n -'. The War In the Far Ea.t/ SENATOR IIANNX to exoroUf' fcaeb |,iuweis.'na" may be I Inul : : -::::: > : -: .fif:
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r h. dent or convenient to the> buslnesi of Blllri :
Chen Koo Keb.' 1&Reliable authority t JE:] J x... Z corporation, and all <>f that rights, power FXi- XZ-1 'rfVdV
e : ".'pay. *' flftwn' of Uu sln's seer fleet wad Co..... ...0 Tu..do7 1I.g.: and privlleues ol norioratloos| organized I""' {
? acatrovod 'In the naval engagement at After Heroic under. the laws. of Honda.' '
Port Arthur. Thin', shows that the Mi-' Btruao1. tint foregoing/ clauses shsll be ponstruet' ; ;;. ft

kudo's hips meted out. foarful punishment mm \m ARE AOA I IV Washington D. C. Fnb. IS.-Ssnato as both lndeHiident' | uhjeutit und power. lead for" ." ;
r. Marcus Hanna.o'i Ohio died at 6:40: 8.-Tbe amount of onplt l sleek Ylnk o'clock this evening After' making an corporation' Khali be $2\JIJ.OOO, to be divided :
Row/Feb. -The have h' l'ulC'( struggle with typhoid f v rW'ak"lwd Into. 9.000) shares of the. par value' ni $100 ,
r landed 20,009' troops In the rear ot the by two sinking spoils that each. All or any pmt of the capital stock of .fJ, i
fortification of RiiKxIa at Port Arthur, Telling Things and Facts that 8tta.'ked him yesterday, he haul not the said! corpomtlon. Including the stock, sub
and thn rapture of RusKla'a: strongest vitality to resist a third that came withSevern a scribed for by thus lncor| )
citadel Imminent. i are going on at coughing. spall at 3 o'clock this! payable lu or 'Issued or used for the pure v .

; London Feb. 10.-News from a Russian i morning. obese of property, Islioror services at a Jus Customers
source states that a bin' battle between' Artificial respiration and the USA of valuation thereof to he fixed tiy the n""rllof .

a the ilugHlun and Japaner' "Drees! la now, oxyg"n, which had been relied upon to Directors at a meeting to be called for i I .':.',
'In progress on the northern bank of thy aid him failed and at 4:30 p. m, all the that purpose.( '. ,
'Yulu river where Jtu ala's land fllrr.o':1I: FARRIOR'BROS. members of his family and Ills clones 4..-1 he term for which said, corporation "
are concentrated Till 'Indicates that friends' were culled to the death chamber shall exist shall lie tlftti years, -' completed :
tin Japanese forces have suvcwd In I J to bid him a last fareveil.Just -The business of said corporations!.banbe Having lle. ..:'A:
enemy on their own ground. R -lousnesA hn gazed around the room and President, a V'lee President, a -.",retnry. aTreseu'er second l floor of store :
F smiled faintly to. show that !bft recognize end! a Hoard' ol Hve Directors. our ,
London. Keb. 1A -A dispatch tplllnnof. tliomt gathered around his bedside. tie The ollk-es 61, !!oeo."l't..rIInd Treasurer may
another tremendous victory by the ..Tupsat ...-cume unconscious almost Immediate! bp nnld by the rime "pet'son; the number oDlreotois f to .
r Port Arthur ban Just broil received thereafter and passed\ peacefully away may be changed from time to we are In a position _
from Tien Tsln. The battle occurredtptfliiy. while In that condition. time by the by-laws, but at -no time bR:1: .,It)'
.... Th" Star says eight Russian The funeral of Snuator Hanna will han be less. then three or more than thtrteei show of the '
most .j
t were sunk and ten captured. One official one and the ceremonies will The Directors shall be elected by the stockholders one
"""ahfpvusetga)pft take place In the :Senate! chamber Wed lit each annual meeting. All other
STORE. nesday. after which the remains will betaken officers shall he elected annually, hy the lines ofBUGGILS '
Ht. Pefrsburiz. Feb. 16.-It officially to Clgveland.Ohio, for Interment Director The annual' meeting tbe corpoiatlcn complete! :i
admitted by the Russian governmentthat shall be held on thaenoniVed| .
the Jaunnese have mccpi-dwl, In obtaining nesday, In January each yearatelevea
1 1 a foothold Manchuria! \, and that Senator Tallaferro'. Joint o'c'nck! tI..m., unless -Ihirwlita provided I In
the Russian forces opposed to them are Revolution. the b)-nws. The Inonrpnrntors and Uin-o- *
unable to keep them back. tore shall, must at the oflloe of slid corps *
Srnatnr Tallafcrro's Ship Canal blpassed ration In the (own of C'blp'ev! W..shlngto
London Peb. 10 t'ahle advices are to Our reason for not visiting your helm the Senate last. week, and It I III
county, Florida on the :Mrd day of March.
the effect that It Is the policy) of the MIgovernment 1- ,
tho"iul that itwlll have I Ithe III
kado'* to fully COl'ea.and through tbe columns of Tug WA.NJJER: I Itl easy I"'414. ut eleven o'oloi'k, II, m., for the puriosn -
occupy (lloiitii1 ho bill Is lu the nature of a
Jupanesn troop are being' sent to that we have been TOO BUSY:! HOLDING Joint resolution for..a. survey to determine organizat|) of adopting of this byitws| ,,tomplellug nod transacting the.
every strategic paint other troops at the the most practicable route for company WAGONS
DOWN PRICES and think a
we tiny other business 'that may come .
time such Russian' '
same keeping busy ,
shlD canal across the pOll I 1181J I It.. Th "before such mm-tinit Until the otlloer
forces aw might Interfere. with this plan. we now f
bill Is as follows: annual ,,
elected nt the! first me tlng hall he
-- THK RE8LUTION.( qualified, the husimssof the cniioinlin|, Stoves Hardware

WHEN. YOU HAVE: A CULD. "Section :. That the Secretary of War shell bd conducted by the fallowing' !: otncertt .
: REIGN SUPREME\ Is hereby authorized and directed to carne, if. A. Alford a* President, A, A.
Tbr first action when hnve eoldy
J ( yon a lobe made the Myers Jr., ns Vioe-"I'reeldent, A. Sessom
a survey or survey across
aboard :It" to lelleve the IlInll'8. Thin is bestacoomiilUbud its. Beeretarv and Treasurer and S. A. AI.
State of Florida from the Atlantic ocean 111 West Florida quality
y I Cough Remedy bv the .live Tnis liMe Remedy of < hamber1'In's llque- I WHEN IT COMES TO to the Gulf ot Mexico using such natural lord "A. A. Myers Jr W. II, Kail Ik, ,1 It. h
Alford and A. fessoms fle Directors.
be available with
r watercourses as may
ties the tough mucus mid rnunea Its. ex|>ul- view 0.-Tbe highest' iiinount ot_ Imlebtvdncsto considered The .
determining mos
a to upon tha,
\ same
81011' from )he air cells of tliir" lunge, P'odwes practicable route for a ship canal of tidewater which this corporation mnv at. any time a.
H free ejcpei-loriillon. and opms" the level between the waters of the subject Itsell shall I be $. secretions. A complete. curt! soon follows, LOW PRICES. Atlantic ocean and the waters of the Gulf 7: The names ami rellld..oce".r the *tilsurlblrg to alU Give r
prices us a
.r bold by !s.: ,E hOeuc'hy & l o. I of Mexico' and tho feasibility. and cost of Inoorpnrators. ot corporatloi
I I I I -. oaustructingsuebcanafofeuttlcientcapacity together with the amount of Honk sul .
Political 11.eeUany. for the largest ocean-going scribed for by eneh of thein. are MS follows: call before buying.
0- and he Is directed further to report IIhll'8. N. A. Allord residing/ l'hliley'| Florida.
to Congress thereupon as early as practicable 6<)K) shores; A* Hessoin, lesliliiiir st BOII
Some Western churches have mustered after such survey or surveys have rev lorldn, 400 .shores; A. ;\. Mers, Jr. '
In "beautiful voting girl ii-vhers." They You know there's nothing like mastering been completed' residing at C'otiumlnle, 4W\ chases; NEW GOOPS AREARRIVING
pace the contribution box with astonishing things.. The passage of the bill Is one of the i W. II. Kaulk. siding. I In Uhi|>lt>y. Florida,
success. .. Well we've tramped high most Important things, that has happened 100 shares; J. H Afford, residing at liar

t-i I prices d.wn under our feet and we are to 'Iorldu.. Its final passage will signify ford, Alabama, 250 share ....

SenatorGorman calls a bait on army I: going i". keep them there and give all that the great Florida canal, enterprise 1 H A.. ALKOKD. a DAILY. ;
and expenditures and dnmarditi. U recelvhig.the approval of the national, A. SxmauMN."
who trade with the benefit of the old JR..
ui: rfovernmeut.NOT1CK A. A..l\lyItItR.
more Hottf roads and other Important internal I
Improvement prices. W. H. Y AULK,
1-: So when If : OF INTENTION TO) A PLY _
you go to town or you are
It seems thai stock-jobbing was a part FOIl LETTERS!: PATEN(;"' STATE OF" FLOHIUA. >t Coleman.iznL
w ot the Panama consptrncv, and that come only out shopping that Washington; County f Harper .
# In the confidence of the Hdmlnlxtratlonmadt Notice U herebygI'en' tbe undersigned He etheuedersigaeda. Notary Public.
,,.; hundredy of"thouminds of dollars. Intend to apply to the lion WlllwmS. personally appeared H. A. A'ford' A. ttes-
It Intimated that officials are Involved. Make our Store YourHeadquarters<<; :' Jeunlngn' Oovernur or tbe aisle, of Klor corns A. A. M\ers, Jr., W. 11 Jo'.uk! and : x
1"'It nl TallrthH!!", Florida.on tn 15th Uu y J. tf. Alford. who lire well known to me 10 ,
.... of Murch. lii)4'() for letter patent Incoipirnllnii be tbe Individuals' described In and who
Because. an American sailor named: Altord lirothers Company under the executed the to.egniig proposed. charter. .
(I Johnson was killed In a fracas In Han laws i>f the tttute ot .Florida whh and under and "severally Hcknowledgud! 10 and before 3l' Ord r di
Domingo last. week our army and navy the following iroposod chuiur, I Ihoiltilnal me that tney subscribed and oxieuted! t the
r are being 'mobilized," and we may have .. of which 'Is now on die In the olllc same for the purposes, therein fxptesned.Witness :' .
to swipe the whole country before our of the booretary of State In the :State: of inv hand and ottiitliil. sent this
righteous Indignation In ap ..asld. As It IK ton place whoreI Florida. theOth day of rebrmiry, 1'I4' . =000. I
:-: I You get yourMONEY'S H, A. ALFOWD JOHN' B. GLEN, JR ,
A new "Iowa 'Idea" has broken out. A A. bRSSOMS: Notary Publlo for Mate of I Florida, at large
bill before legislature. makes necessary A A. MVKKS, J K. My commission expires Ueo.l), 1 1H05 F. I. Holley & C
S.j for a proopHctlue bride and groom to WORTH, .
furnish certificates of reputable physlilans -
that they have been thnroiighlv' Instructed "
!h In the course prescribed bv law OR TOCBMONEY Wholesale and Retail Merchants. .
Ilagglns Liquor
concerning the catiies of disease and the COM) PAN IT. Mr. II. of Melbourne "'Ia.i
i Wrltest ".1\ly\ doctor told me I hud cmsumption '
birth aDd rearing of children. The undersigned' hereby a.soclnte' them and nothing could be done' fur QUINOY; FLORIDA.

I-I BACK. Selves together for the purpose of beuotnin ,. mo. 1 wnsgiveii up to rife. The off rot" ,
The' extra session of Congress did Dot hlcor,>CJrll'ed and forming 'It ('ul'IoOrlOllonulld..r | l free trial bottle of \Or. Kings New Dlsoo\ :
t one thing except pans a joint resolution mid by virtue or the Jews of the ery for lion.llm.llol'dlll'e,1, mot to try I IKettiilts IL; Paul Jones Pure Rye, delivered at $3.75 for 4 full ,

granting >f250,0J( <) In mileage to members. slate of Florida with and under the following were startling. I nm now on the ; quarts, or jug, in plain box.
Then they spent a d.iy undoing It. The -0IF -- posed chartert ,road to recovery mid owe Mil to Dr. King'sNee c .
State Uepartmnnp was embarrassed by I 1 --I'he name of corporation shall be Discovery. It surely snvud my lite." 10 years old Best Rye, $4.20 for 4 full quarts, or

the law requiring tr> prlntln a s" i ', bound volume" the acts of each session of Give us a trial and be convinced bull be conducted., in the state of bride line, lung iliseitses. by H. K. !WeGeacbv ,)ftu. fears old Rye delivered at $3.20 for 4 full quarts ,
Congress. It was a volume of empty .and other '$tstes of the! United. (Mates uAraerloH (: .. druggists. rice Oo. and ifl.OJ. Irln ?
pages. and foreign' countries wherever hot tit,* free or jug in plain box 0 :p

MYSTERIOUS CIRCITMS'rAl'VE: : Yours to pleasetFarrior office necessary. of sold und corporation convenient. shell TOJ bo prlneipn In the We also carry in stock, a full line of all kinds of

One was pale and ."lIow"n.I the other town of Ckilpley, Washington county' WITH oust KXCIIANMIiS.The goods, from $1.50 per gallon and up.Ve guaran .
,1. fresh and rosy. Whence. the iHHereiic.- F1.hide.2The tee satisfaction or money back. Send us your order -
-{ Bros.VCHIPLEY : general natura of the liuslncss to
She who 'la blushing. with health Republican Idou. of reciprocity
t use and
this morning get goods tonight.
lie transacted by said corporation t-hall ho :
Kin IT'S New; !life Pills to nmlntaln it ; seems to Im to protect the treats In congress
tn buy, ,sell. own, IItortga II. (ease. exchange and to be protected by that. trusts
gently amusing' the I luxy I'lguns, they 01"1 )
and develop| lands Hml to build ) x ooc'eeo ooooooooooo
1r Gel good digestion Hint. heed off upon campaign contributions when election .
FLA. und Improve' the sums to inanufavtiire
tiff ; roll around Atlanta. Journal.Mlaunnrl .
tlon. Try them Only IWxj. at S. 1C./: produce. buy, sell and deal In naval store
;c Geaohy & Co., tlulggfets /lumber. eros' tles' sad all articles' and prod .
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u<,ts. manufactured or derived Cool pine Tltn \ hog that was made 'Into n. r--- ---- --- -
o'press sad. -; other'timber l ;-to"buy' Bull, own' sausage" !&mile and .. half i long.will. doub;' --- - -

operate, and conduct turpentine farms nndxlllis. less be looked upon by some of theo d
.. leto1 is and rosin oil mills, saw mill. negroes In tint locality as an' ulual spud,
f planing mills and shingle mill.,slave ml I la moil of "linked sweetness long drawn -{ Tim'GOOD+ 'OLD WINTER; TIlhI{
or other. weal working plant; to produce out Tallahassee Capital.It .
mine, roanuf.icture, buy, sell and dew 'In "
S ihoeplnilvit.. petroleum, nits and ,product '
[ looks now as If Governor Jennings .
j mid \y. rocluN8 thereof; to buy, rulsc and has written one letter too many. Tin WILL SOON BB f\
t-ell ualtle and IIV" stoek produce find deal absurdity of the claims which he mulo.
I 4 Here t.L he.t products, end to hold own and! sell sin i
ok.t his "open letter" to HwnaiorTalUfern. THING OF THE* Pf\ST
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: ( "lund either for It* own nceount or on 00111.mission are BO palpably also and ridiculous that :
for pasturage, cuttle ranges and t
It Is a surprise to his frMridU. that ho
'." f .'_.,' agricultural nurpi>; In buy. 841I. manufacture should have written the letter at. 11.1'-' But the good things. to be found by al who visit my stoVe
handle stud deal In giocurles dry St. Augustine Record !
will find
.. cads, hardware mid all kind. of mercliindlse will be a joy forever.
j oaval stores ana: agrluultuml '
I product* for "its own account and on onmnlsiion It Is-entirely legal and proper for a per- Fresh and >>
}7 i "; --WE CAREY A COMPLETE LINK OF+ in any "part. ot lira United States: of son to commie sulcldu .In Washington Groceries, Fine,
". \meriua und foreign' countries; to build provided, the act Is done In a quiet andorderly
,," lease manage own, control hire, charter : manner. A man wits beforttJudice
"' '. Hud; o|.trile: vessels'' trumways., rllll"y., Kimball' on a charge of 'disorderly FED STITFFS: : jJtc._ .. ;
BuggicfiiI. \Vag-OJIS, and, other means of transportation; of prop conduct In that he had attempted to kill
... arty or prolucts held owned or controlled ilnlself n" woodshed In his yard. "Any ''
by this corporation or other persons or cor. thing/ that Is out. of' ord T Is disorder." .
;:. I-In: rnCfiilJIoiiC.JIRrd wn.r P.o'lIft..n.. in connection- with any of Inc argued the )prosecutor. "Certainly: It Is DPY GOODS NEW and UP 'TO DATE -
; of this oorporatiod, but not to use out of order to kill himself."Nut I tin- ,
.. he mud menu of transput.tntlon for tbe leas he kill! himself' sulhVleutlv loud( tom
purpose of doing tbe business of common beard 'In the street," responded the Notions to Please the Notionatr
:1'Lt1ti:4; alai: Groceriert4.: carrier; to erect own control and operate judge, as he discharged the yrlsnner.V. .- ',
bleph'tna' and telegraph line. for the use of ,. News.
nls corporation but not foi birr. To lend, -AND IN SHOES I SELL ONLY UI1E JUSTLY FA1IUUSJJ1ARu5u&TARl1-

-WE GUARANTEE TO'SUIT YOU IN GOODS AND PRICES.- money on uotes stocks, bond, lands and During the past few days Washington
.** personal property and securities of allttuds has been having: a kind of. Impromptu
; to buy. sell, receive deal l In,
; own WIld West show without' program or admission
/ hold for Investment or otherwise dispose or fee. A large dHlcgutluilof/ Osage
; Ir Of\LL.ON. US.z5)- 'add make advances upon, stocks, shares. ndlan went to the capital the other day
1, ', raQ : : bt.ndll..curIU"* ..obligations' of any rlliercorporations : to ten about the lund allotments of their
wherever located or organzed people. They were dressed In native
: W e SOLICIT TOUR TRADE AND PROMISE TOOIVE'yOU I and while bolding' / or ownlnir .unitto tearb and their faces painted after the,
xerclse all tbe rights nod privilege and manner of the tribe. The first night they
voting power) pertaining' thereto; to re- truck the city they found their way to
and Courteous Attention. elvit, pujment' for all or any "part of the several, 'fire water" joints" lining well In fact, you can get anything from me usually carried in a
'. .Prompt capital, stock su>>ncribed li money, property supplied with the wampum of the white
labor or services at a.liibt, vsluiulonhireof man. they proceeded to celebrate. Next .
.j I I In the discretion of the Board of morning Oiilet Jilgheart was "nearest GENERAL STORE.
';:;'r" ".'" Respectfully >ir ctor'.; to have a lien upon: all 11mshares sober of any brave In tho party), but even
'- .. ,{.. ; of any stockholder who may become Intbted "ie was not In a condition to talk btisl-
.. f I" ::Y"'' 1 tit this ca'rporslinneither ladlvldmllr. ness, according to reports. And thus. for
i ;" I us .oIIMrt.ller.llurelf, or otherwise, two or th>e days matters have been goInc. I invite you to make my store headquarters when you .

Y 1i t iMBY with the right to cell mind< dlsimsaof such As soon as the Indian can pull come to town.
./: S V ? : lock, or .snob portion thereof BS may bee themselves! together they will visit she their I .
all for splendid
Thanking patronage, am.
..!.'(- .. try to par utf such 'IndobMtlness, it resident and the Secretary the Into
,'iV either 1."blir",1' private rule, and upon such nor aDd Interviews-wftli them. Yours tor trade, ;:
Y otlue end term a..* the Bwrd' of Director
I .r ,!1 '5 ,""' and with the r"nbt'l'rlll'ht J. WILLIAi'IS.u .
'o refuse to transfer curb stork until full For weak digestion belching or sour eJ .
'.. la'tuentof all snob Indebted.tec; sod to tomacb use Chamberlain's' btoroach: and
.'+ IverTahlMlit and you will get qulok relief
nuke sucn by-law In furthdrunca hereof .
-;-- -- a. may tat Uotmud bust| and to have sad 'or sale. by 5. E. JouUeaobjr & Co. l trwia.J. .

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Tl, E'-BAN ER speaking. mt Luke CU.,.. per with a Republican editor.. have turned over to the city.Does I -" > <* .

t"" '. Governor Jennings, Messrs. Possibly Mr.Stockton's aversion anybody I
"1 tUBU3UKD< EVERY THURSDAY.ISubacrliUloiu : Barfs,Stockton and roward and to Florida newspapers may be would have done' r- WE ARE 'AFTER :

tF; others addressed a meeting at accounted. for by the fact that hardly.lie :
-- -- Lake City last week, and the ,"e- since the campaign began do less that a person' '

-'; $1.00 per lean In adY tce.Enteredat ports of the event, as given by than ten of 'these unreliable in- two masters. And ::- :: the Florida Index, made some stitutions have deserted his cause the stock to the -
: I; .the,portoffloo at Chlplor,Ma., ueeaon exceedingly interesting reading. and-come out for Taliaferro.Mr. good a lawyer not I And gnnranlpp you} will make no ',,'.
.ixdy mall matter. The Governor's speecL? was Broward- told the people the 'city could I '. .mistake.In buyli. 'g tram us lilt, Is .: ,;
J..',." about the same as usual, glorify about the great things be bad State constitution, : "

,,'**)'*''i>'...',... *". VW. Jones, Kctltor. ing himself and denouncing Senator done in the Cuban war;..but, according est in any lfl>-to.fh.te) I\d\ Styylili qootl You'V I\t\ .' ;, ,: ', ,,'
"" .' Taliaferro. He said nothing I to the Index he failed to 'I'" .''
'A4ftlr'tbdni'rau.' furnished on application. I against Stockton; and, as the Index demonstrate the proposition that ANOTHKIP' CASK CUUUD HY UAIA! : :
f, "'j:;,' _" """* remarks, he omitted to mention .an avowed violator ofthe_ Federal .PAIN ,- ,, oOooda. ., _
full line of DryOooda. ;
Thursday-*.. K.ebrvarr; .inth ivo*. I to the' people of Columbia neutrality laws would be the The piracy carry ,'
county the fact that-their shareof I I proper kind of a person to fill the In the icllet of rh um Cl"thlng. EPQPS.: HaU. Groceries r.
-. I etrated daih. ranter'rrl
the convict hire is now office of Governor the principal ,'
money > Vn, Bity that '
'S me'men..would trade off their I 1 I Mm Etc, and no merchant In town caryc'st, .;
;about $2,0001ess per annum than part of whose duty it is to see gave penmmtnt :: .
souls for the dollar, while many tl"iii I In toe bark when :J.' J' : '
it before he became Gover- that the lawa faithfully executed ,
was are _
would give dollars for one that I ailed, and ne would not our orient.: ; ?' .J. -
wouldbear : f..l4I. I by B..K... McObuohy.. I .: :...
inspection. nor.Mr. :: -
J .. l 'Stoc.kton'also made his ; And Mr. Barrs' repeated bis The Florid ... .. -- ,.
The Cane Growers'Associationis usual speech, chiefly composed famous' advertisement of the .-
scheduled Jack. of abuse of the Florida news- Times-Union, making 'bs) bear The We !always have a t '., ,
to convene at ington that Senator
sonville 4th. It is I I papers in general and the Times- ers wonder if he did not, receive .;': r
on May hoped joint resolution ,_,
West Florida will] be represented. 'Union in particular;,-bnt, as the pay therefor. 'But.he forgot*says appropriation to STARBRAND :
.. .. ',Index reminds him, he failed to the Index, whiledenouncing the
A man who will neglect the interests f explain how, when he was. the corporations to 'mentiotrthe fact a preliminary Florida: 8urv : was. 'f
of"the people in the officeof principal owner of that new I that while! be was-and still is- posed
governor would also neglect I| paper, there was employed as its city attorney of Jacksonville, ,,"and passed iriajoritv by is ?

the interests of the people as U. editor Mr. F. W. Hawthorne a paid by that city to look out for The Florida ship SHOES
S. Senator. See? dyed-in-tbe-wool Republican; and its interests, he agreed to work much to Florida, ,
.. also to define the difference between through the city council, for 25
The Hearst sentimentseemsto Republican ownership ofa percent of its stock, a measure Florida but to the br and yon know they are the best. = .i
I cut off all that long
be in all of the Democratic with for railroad 'corporation. His
growing parts newspaper, a a ,
route through In the ,DRESS GOODS and CLOTHING LINE we have some
country, and the Democratic I Democratic editor, and Democratic fee would have been $250,000 (in ous shorten ]I TREMENDOUS BARUA1N3.CCDlriE. .1
nomination may yet fall on the I ownership of the same pa- stock), which he says he would straits:"ease. ._ .
ex S -- -- -
r NewYork editor.. .. The resolution S

ment According made from to official the U.announce-S. Treas- body House and for Represent the Ti Li a 1; .

ury, the per capita circulation of A. :Man\ Convinced Against His WHO] Sparkman and :]

money is $30.20 for each of us. the measure ,
Still ,
We haven't got ours yet.. Is of the Same Opinion its being &0Q3XXXXXXXX 0O@

.. Senator ,
Washington belongs to -BUT-- introducing the '
county First Rational Bank ;;
the Taliaferro and Davis column,* Proof to the Man Qf Common Sense; time, and is tQ be :
_.r- and'we hope that our voters will upon the success of (7 'MIrLrirLnh1IIL. _
see to it that there when the Becomes Accepted Evidence the

votes of the primary are counted. will do more than ,1903. ,
.. .
-THAT- terprise toward RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. -''N
Mr. Bryan declares that no commerce of the Bills Receivable and Bonds... ..1107,05107 Capital Stock ........; ., ,.,,..! 50,000.00 r
Democrat should be nominated IT IS ALL'IN THE PUSH. U. S. Bonds and Premiums,.... 13,50000Furn Surplus Fund..;..?.......-. 9,50000 t
1 for President whose Democracy The people of tureaiKl Fixtures..j1221.38, Undivided Profits.,. 3.WS62
constitutes an issue. Mr. Bryan I county would like Cash and Due from Banks....v. 125,719.70 Circulation... .,....... I&SOOOODeposit. ?
is eight years.!: too late with this ... . .-. a.a..a.-c .a..o+..d.e.o..> Mr.. Broward in Redemption Fund..? .......,.. 635.00 .* ... .,... .179,738.43tls0s91.T7

issue. .. With these few remarks weinvite raphy, which tells $180,891.77

Mr. Hanna is exercisedover you to'our store, not particularly to things he has dor\e\ This Bank Conam.needIBU.rnesa February 6th. IQO2 e4 !c-,
greatly ing the neutrality t$'By wrlsten agreement Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits. -, '.
sell don't insist. .
the "soread of socialism. you anything. We
United States, 'NV, H. MILTON, Cashier.. "tl
But Mr. Hanna shows no disposition much that-our sell -
4' so on' goods two bills, viz., 'yq' olja'&I
to correct the evilsvthat are themselves. "But we will be pleased' .' vorce Bill" and" **

responsible. for the growth of socialism. to show you our goods. : : : :i .. in which he figured TAYLOR STEAM/ ENGINES /:**"

... a . . . ... . . . . ously in the le
President Harper, of the Chi- His "autobiography" TAYLOR '-, ,,:-
t University, says every col- NEW \ ASSORTED\ 'STOCK been a model COMPLETE : "
cago LNi
lege professor should have a wife. tion. if be had only' GINNING .SAW MILLS ,
They don't need them unless missing link, -' .
they would be more to them than CONTINUALLY ARRIVING.. man favor us with a OUTRTS Newly".., ,
tion in which the ; ,
some of them are. .' .. 0 .. 1 . . . ...__ .: '.
a tion is injected ? Equipped

The BANNER believes in a prim- -YOURS. FOR- evening GRISTMILLS } : Boiler Works :, "' F
election for the election of On of i ., .
ary .h -- :. .
every public official from presi- Health and Fresh the DeFuniak 4. f Machine: r
IjefresljinRiits Drags its twelfth annivers .
dent down to constable, but it -
believes a convention should be quet at Hotel l'I t WILL T, / Shops' andFoundry -'{.' ,

.held to adopt a State platform. a Florida SUPPLIES '
.. S. E. McGEACHY & CO.YOUR with A banquet is .. '"V.
--- The statement of a few dema- nary, but :then, the K>.tren O3lre"...c., ftr roof Rao ft it...Spray Pum u.Mummrm.Ralc+...S.parat.r..
gogues that to hold a State con- ordinary pu Wi will Your Interool to Figure with U*. .
vention to adopt a State platformis twelve years it has I .BRo .
an effort toabolish the primary. by fire twice, and MALLARY MACHINERY CO..

system in Florida, is the veriestrot *X arisen 'from the _____._. MACON, CA.DEKLE .
and will be believed by no Better than ever; /
sane man. the most valuable '
/ MI v fc BTfiere I
WORTH little city of DeF

<<: army are lieutenantgeneralsnow only four Confederate I MONEY Storrs and has j & CO., Bankers, ..,..

living-Gen.: S. B. Buckner, THAT IS JUST WHAT YOU WILL GET watchword, with < O -UFLCY, FLf\,' ,
( f Kentucky, 80 years old; Gen. \v YOU DO YOUR TRADING AT : attainable '
only goal. This bank offers Its services for the transaction of all branches of legitimate .
A. P. Stewart, of Tennessee, 82
band, Bro., and banking. Collections receive nrorapt and careful attentlou and all remitted I '
years old; Gen. Stephen D. Le, continue to .1 for on day of payment at currAit! rate of exchange. .

_\ of Gen Mississippi Joe Wheeler, 72 ,years of Alabama-oldr and, I vim M. KEITH & Gu.o. :ever A call has been -s. t.-.4 We .allel* roar ** -1rrnt.(! y... .

67 y ars old.WANTEDA. .. Stock Breeders'

governor who will be held in ",
We have one of the handsomest lines of Spring part of Mar.IK It
his office and: attend to the
Goods, consisting of DRESS GOODS LACES ONE
affairs of state instead of galla- tion to effect a / HORSE
i LOST !
EMBROIDERIES, etc.. ever bought for the ization of the stock i
vanting from one end of the State Chlplev trade. We did not buy these'goods. to Florida and
to the other mardng'political keep, but to sell, so come get rour.share of
speeches, and in which he. at- them. The prlceB. re : ;; } tPOCKETBOOK ment is one which TO '
tempts, by false statements, to general
hoodwink the masses into supporting cattle-raising
SAVERSAnd can and should be ._
him for U. S. Senator.. '"
this State. It could One of those"HEAVY

In an editorial concerning the of the 'chief -
value of the county paper the At- when It come to SHOES. WI can Rive you nesses of this '
lanta Constitution says: "If any IUUUER VALUES for LESS MONEY than is at hand when DRAFTMachines. .
man' in Georgia is taking the any one. In town. Don't. buy Shoes until,you ;Interested in" : .
see OUJT line of ; : t : t whoa, '
Constitution and not taking his alaothose J ,
county paper on the plea that he any effort to make : A

cannot take both, we say frankly -i'BATTLE-SXE'S }- whatsoever ,
that he should cut out the Con-'this, part of
stitution and give his support to take the matter up
Also, yon can ret. as GOOD VALUES ID
his home '* end of intelligent 1 WHY USE IiEMPj'
workorganization; i
all other Groceries from us, as anywhere also :
The Ueeord Tell. In town Provo It'by teeing us before l;>uJlriK.W We hope the JET WHEN YOU CAN GET
If any fair-minded man will tion'will have a

carefully read' Senator Talia-' from" this- section of Light i Draft i Deering
ferro'! letter on the third page 1. KEITH & CO. .
of the BANNER, he cannot but y NEARLY roiururr: j r
that it is full A runaway almost en< \
conclude a and complete ed .
a horrible ulcer oa the ALL AND
refutation of Mr, Stockton's -. Franklin Grove 111. nor ,
'cbarges,* ana also a dignified, -****** *'**---- n --------_-.-_--.i0( fled llucklen'all doctor.Arnica and Halve alt RollerRearing _

powerful and convincing argu- cure blm. Equally good! _
ment against Mr. Stockton's II'. C. BRENT Wu. H. KNOWLES, J. S. LEONARD. kin ernntious and i 'claims to recognition by the i PBSB1DEXT.: : VICB-PBIISllIBJIT.: :! CA8IUJla.Fir'st : Oeaohy &Cn.',drug.'ore.Tbe tfi.MJtCHJrtE .

Democratic party. The record, Bank PlUshum Post( : .
the forensic methods and political -k National CPMlve Rnuubllcan CII -( --
pretaed po-ver so reck le'I> ':
of the '
manners two gentle- now stronar movement! .
men are in such striking con-, OF PEN RCOLR, FLR: the constitution 'o aa FROM YOUR HUMBLE FIRM, I t

- trast that any thoughtful voter Transacts a General Banking Business.. court tested congressional to pan upon th .
t who considers them should find the Enallsh lyccera and Everitt and Horne r
no difficulty in deciding in favor i 1 Your Solicited eminent Unleor a falrnrfca ehActt, and U put :..
of Senator Taliaferro. Read this l i DIMKCTOWB, .. tendency It will not DA a -, ...: .' "
.;Better and be candid! and honest : the llouan majority will deiir.,party a In CHIF LEV, FLORIDA.: ', : ,:,
.conclusions. ?I I ...
your ;
jn : cause o( the color of, his{ -
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through the active support 61
ccnnt ol his health when he wee doIng '
Dennis Eagan, succeeded in getting '
TALIAFERRO'S REPLTS a satisfactory and profitable busfress. !
I a emu1: majority over the Democratic
It them remains lor Mr. Stock
'( Qcmlnee. I say 'active support,' oe ,, V\
ton to make good his statement: that :
cause I have In my possession a circular
-' I I there was failure aJter failure ,among :; '
issued Dennis as
ty nagan
II I the wholesale grocery houses otJacksonville. I 1' ,,
, enatatt. Answers t6c Letter- of I Chairman of the Elite Hepublicaatacecutlve ; .'"/-:" ,''q

:,I ; ComnJttee, advising Ua :r;:1 ; :: ,
"If he alia to do this it Poems tome
I '
: 1 Mr Frank Harris. Republicans to support the ,bolters. ;', :
i he stand* convicted beore thhconservative .
"Ihus, as an Independent, Mr.
n,. aM and unprejudiced citizens : r.5:? !' Y
Stockton to Tallahassee mem. :! "
went a r
of ..Florida of making wholly wanton.
: DEFERS TO 1 JtTTACK ON RECORD. ber cl the Legislature In 1897 committed ,;:....' \\"tH'
ti and Irresponsible statements to the '
to the support of Senator Call, (
Injury even of' the credit of solvent
.. then a candidate for .re-election':: !n'
business men and good citizens. "
a short time Mr. Call was elbowed .fwr1'.: '", '
Clean, Dignified and. Cn.ervatlve; ,Statement of .rat t..Oeala. \
out of the race and' Mr Stockton "i'
Lk ( Banner Prevent the Communication In Attractive Form INSULTS INTELLIGENCE.'
was the candidate in his atead. What /

bn, --Strong Editorial Endorsement. does Mr. Call of the prccedd/el '
,. 2 say ,
"Eee too, how Mr. Stockton endeaI -
1 quote from his circular Issued soon

?t LL ,Wo+ print in todays: paper a letter NOTHING ,IN CHARGES. I d N I vora to intuit your Intelligence! He, avter; the contest: '

.,. tro.:!x :Senator: laUMrro; In reply to says that. competition was stifled on 'Soon alter this time, wife; my
I the one hand and on the other! almost
i.3 : ; certain! charges' sid< against! Mm by ".1'here.1I nothing In the charges, ; election was probable to occur ultimately -
in the same breath: and wlta
those who oppose; ''Ii'return'\ to the as t shall show. They are simply old ,Mr. Stockton for' the third
b'lnd and lllojlcal attacks the
Uc'te3 States Senate', tnw threshed over and over. They: ; rage; I time; proposed to me to allow him to

It seems to us. t.&t the frank ,and( '*''-8 I'epe'l"d prior"to my election q. Wholesale. Grocers' Association of of: be a candidate, and assured me of his !

xj.l.c.1\ Bunn-rln'vr f eh hs mems these 168 and. after a full) and fair IDteetlgation I Jacksonville, composed! tnty..f1vecompeting devotion to me and gave.hrs personal ,

charge clearly! nlm, to a Jair' 'under the searchlight ot I I ;air houses which could note pledge and promise that he would -t'
in existence, let alone compete, r
: and Impartial! 1: he.rlng, and his letter "the retire from the> candidacy at any. time
public, : discussion ana press 1:. as he says, competition had been
5a' must appeal very strongly to the 1 guested him to do so, and endeavor -
Florida derided majority
were by a etiiled. Those from
of the o'lte.' haus-ea. grew up oi. his few
:Democratic voters to give me the votes
of a Legislature of, good and uprightand 7n } not over five In business seventeen .'
discharge his yolltlcil S a
should 1 .
A friends and tupporters.thought
plan pit: do tic men to be wholly unfounded.
to over twenty-five! In bust-
duties jconscleatlouflly as he yearn ago that trla.1 1 for one or two
,aa 1 may call attention especially 444 << a
""* nenii there todav.: Now before .an
dcee: his moral and reUiious obligations to the fact that all of the t Intelligent public can he recc2cn days would satisfy his ambition and

and la exercising the right of charges are covered op' in the maze t these statements bring his friends cheerfully to my'
suffrage should weigh, the evidenceas 0 support. I could not then I believe;
of toe past long before my election. -However, If Mr. Stockton choosesto
IlL ajir1\ trial.We and 'that but one ot them, which is go, out of his way to attacktie: that he would aaaume the permanent
feel! that Senator TailaTerro la Tao candidacy to exclusion.' "
palpably unfounded, relates tomy RY business associations of Jacksonville my

fairly entitled to a re-elsctlon. and believe record or the time of my service. Ia I that is solely his affair. But' it teems WHOM TRUE
(that hls will be the people'sverJict "
Congress 1t't to me that a decent regard for con
at tie polls.Hl i
sistency would In this case, as well "Mr. Stockton rays that If you "
haa far
record as a sanguine Senator expectation NO C CORPORATE INFLUENCE. 'as that in regard to rebates, impel elect him> to the United States Senatehe

surpassed the most him .to tell you of a similar association will be true to you! It has, a, familiar -
of his frleuds, and no public "I take up the cJUargas la the order to which he hlrtcelf!: belonged. sound hasn't ItT '

ervant from this State nap accomplished named.byyou; .;" I I STOCI .TON'S INCONSISTENCY. Stockton "v W'
much In the same length -, U. S. SENATOR: TALIAFER&O.: "But to whom has Mr.
time. so "li?or'J' l v'ivP Utt )n nays that my '"{he National, Bank of the State ever been true? ,tt
of 1 of Florida of which be was preat- ,01))
influence 'was Democracy! \f'
Just what his achievements have election by corporate; .
I "I have made some Inquiry into .dent! was a member for a number of "Head his record. ", t ,,,
modestly stttod In the letter brazen that the people were astounded "
been is
read- ,so ANOTHER UNTRUE STATEMENT )I the'8>stem of rebates alleged to have years of the Jacksonville Clearing ,To the contract of his bank with rr f:;: I\ '
,that we today,, lay before our
obtained some years ago, and am informed jtcnoclatlon. The articles of agreement the Clearing Association? :fi: ,
am.: .- "'I'hls statement not only assails No. 6, Mr. Stockton that I ,, r -
... says ,by reliable parties that, as of the association provided, under "He tells you himself that he dieregarded /
'/ ,,7 .. --- me, but a majority of the members was at Tallahassee during the session the result of n" rate war between heavy penalty; for the maintenance : It. r:.:

'I : i "Hon." D'C.J Jaa. P. Tailaferro Wa."lng-unbroken. ; ot the Legislature of 18a 1f", andI of the last Legislature fighting tluantitrust < competing railroads, freight concessions | of certain rates of exchange, To his old friend, Senator Call? ) ; a

ton. : Dear SIr-The wholly :without foundation In fact. or rebates, were given-not and that no bank should clear for "..- h.11 .;..ww "_.
custom of the Democratic: party' In Vhe people o. Florida have not forgotten .. to one firm alone, as Mr. Stockton any other bank of that city not a "And so I repeat, to whom has JUr. "

.r ,tiorlda-has: been to give Its officials that all of the newspapers and "Ibis statement Is also wholly un would have you believe-but to member ,of that association, In cling Stockton ever been true?

two' terms If their conduct in office the leading men of ,the State familiar founded. Indeed, by what strange wholesale! merchants' generally. at this I do not attack the bankers of "No 9. Governor Jennings says 1 --'- #1

has been at all creditable.! with 'what occurred commented, upon process of reasoning' can he reconcile competing:, points. | Jacksonville) or their issociatlon, I have! done nothing since I have been = .
' "Without any attempt, to lIatt8'l'' the cleinneaa of that election, ana his statement with the fact that I InWiII..hlngton +'
r "In his attack upon the C. D. Rogers -simply wish to unmask the hypocrl :- In Congress.
\ you it Is but fair to say that your congratulated Florida upon the fact I voted for the anti-trust' Company, why does Mr. Stocktonso *}- of a man who goes Into businessassociations "1 claim no results '' whatever not

,, :Ii' record has been exceptionally good. that there were ,no scandals at'our bill and for every Democratic amend studiously conceal from the pub for business purposes associated. with the work of my ooh:

During 'Q-Ur'term In office the Indian capital such 'as had been witnessed ment offered thereto? 'tt-e friendof Senator :MAllory find Con-
I : .. lic the fact that he WU. connectedwith and then; masquerading as leagues, ,
f { 'k '":s' war, claim has been collected; the ,and deplored at capital elsewhere '11 Is true that I went to'Tallaha* a wholesale house which :also tho people,' denounces them In his gressmen Sparkman and Davis Collectively ik

,'Ii : soldiers of the Seminole Indian wart I 'it It not strange that, if Mr Stock lee;, as t conceived It to ,be my duty rect-lvea: rebates In tie, same rate : effort to obtain public ofllce.: however we can point, with

": :. of JS&6-B7 and theIr- widows have ton re illy believes ,what he says he I to bo there and discuss generally with war?' 'Has he' conveniently forgotten'I "He Bald In St. Augustine that he acme ,degree of pride (pardonable

been pensioned; the State nas,received shculd have been among those who I members the needs of their sections ItT Let ue refresh his memory. Mr. thought he was dot In the bank when hope) "to what has been done, the

: '" larger appropriations for river and lmDeola.tely-_ the .contest soughtme and to ascertain their views upon Stotfktcn was one of the members,of that' association waa* formed and rotulte of which may summarized .

.. harbor Improvements and for the lipcation as he did, to extend congratulations I questions of national Import. I had the Tampa Commercial Company, when he tinned1 to the bank, 'he hero in round numbers as follows:

t f" and erection o* public building : I no word l to say on the subject ol established: largely through his ef- c'&n't:!< pay any attention that association Indian war claim collected..$1,10iiUO '

I-:; ',\ than in any similar period, 'and "Mr. Stockton was' a member' of I State legislation other than to favor forts. He had, been In the wholesale anyway,' River and harbor appropriations -

your name appears on many of the the Uuval County Convention which liberal: appropriations for educational grocery or grain business with William I I "How poor a pleat: Which horn . ,. 2,300,000

,.:', most important standing and special unanimously proposed: my name for purposes I wish to see the young Root In Jacksonville, and, I, of the 'dilemma will he take-a man Public buildings &; grounds

' -'r committees of the Senate, which the Senate, and ,with characteristic met and young women of Florida so through hid experience in the ,business who disregards his solemn ,business appropriations i BOO.OOO()

shows that your Influence la felt and disregard of Democratic law, hastened equipped as will enable them to sue* induced others, to( embark, with I I compacts 'or one who denounces in Lighthouses! naval stations,

recognized In that body. ,' to Tallahassee, and fought 'my cetffully compete in every walk of him In the Tampa. enterprise. This,I I (otter what he! does himself etc. : ', 100,000

.,''r -Notwithstanding tbeee! facts )'ou' election; .and it will' not be forgottenthat Rte with the youth of any State, 1 1 company received rebates, Juot as did I I "Hut': there' Is 'nothing In Mr. Stockto:1'1I Pensions' Seminole war vet

:! must be aware that certain charges. there were .no rallroa.d'Intea'esta appeal) to each and every member of other companies. at competing points. charge as to rebates-so far, at emus and their widows

r have been made against you In toe I at Talllhassee fighting for me, but that Legislature each speaking for "Who solicited the rebates, or least: as I am concern Nothing each year . .. 100,000

; newspapers and on the stump by some ot them were there' and active hiaiself, to'say If'r ever approached whether they were rollcitod at all, 1 more Indeed, than there Is In any .. ,

. 'P those who are opposing ;your returnto for my opponent. him or attempted to influence him do not know I did got certainly. of his charges.! Most of them, as 1 Total about '" ,14,100,000"This

'+ the Senate. -To be specific, it la against the anti-trust bill ,They 'began, I am told, when a steam I said In introducing this! letter, are 'means! more than f7 l per capita ,y

1 charged: THE PRIMARY SYSTEM., ship line was e.ttbllsh9dbetween ,, but the repetition and reiteration of for every man woman and ,child

"1. That your election by corpor- i THE REBATE ALLEGATION Mobile and Tampa, which put Into the' same old things learned In that In the, Sttte of Florida.; and, the collection +

j ate influence was so brazen' that thepeople "No. 2. Mr. Stockton says that 1 Tampa the Jacksonville freight rate, I demagogic!, and' disturbing school of of the Indian war claim, provided ;'"

,- were astounded. have always bitterly denounced the I "No. 8'. Mr. Stockton lays that JutKEonvllle up to that time having ''politics in which be was tutored-a the affairs of State are admin r"

,:' ,: :-' "2 That you are opposed to the primary primary system. There is nq foundation through my Influence' rebates were been practically: the basing point for thiesblng oVer and over of old straw, istered wisely and honestly, should ,n

; ? system. In fact for this statement. I was : obtaiued for the C. B. Rogers Com Florida rates To make it plain the I I:,which was threshed, into chaff years. have the effect of lowering, taxes andlessening '

;": .. "8. That you denounced toe Kansas among those *in the United States pany. lanrpa merchants could ,buy a barrelof ago. He makes no charge a* to my the burdens of all the people

City and Chicago platforms. ,' Senate who strenuously' endeavored'',: ,"He brings forward ,an affidavit ot'' flour and have It delivered! at Tam. ,, record la Congress, except-one-ana of Florida. v S:

'y *'4. That by unmistakable/ Implication. to bring to'a vote the resolution to i a Mr. Heneke, which states that In pa' by the Mobile line (for the same ) that as to the Aldrich bill-and he "But the Governor says he collected a

,I" ; you were In favor of the Fowler amend the Constitution to provide-lor 183J\ (mark well the daLe), 1890, 1891 freight; It would cost a Jacksonville can produce no Democrat of the United the Indian' war claim, that he tooK
arset currency bill and. the Aldrich the election of United States Senators 'and 1892, and again from 1894 to merchant to have a barrel of flour' States Senate who will say other the/ money to Florida. .
"," J I. bill in the interests of ,the trusts. I by direct vote of the people-a 1897, he, Reneke, was connected' with delivered from the west at Jackson than that I opposed' that measure "1 'may say here that no menVber I

"6. That you went to Tallahassee step far in advance of Air., Stockton the F. C. &; P. Ry., and that In those ville. Some of the railroads runningout 1 opposed! It because it was as I of the delegation handled a single '

during, the 1 lat session of the LegisiPturo years he checked oft vouchers lor I ( of Jacksonville resented this, being thought, In the interests of the trusts warrant for any of tbe Florida appropriations #

nndi! o-iosed the passage of the THE PARTY, PLATFORMS. large sUm. In rebates for the C. B. threatened, as'' thee argued, with and Inimical, therefore to.( the interests enumerated above. This

anti-trust bilL : Kogers: Company., I was not connect | great loss of business through the of the people., wholly perfunctory and purely clerical

"t>. 'llat through your Influence re "No. 8.. He assert that 1 denonnc: ed with that company .In 1889 and competition of the steamship line. ,In duty is delegated elsewhere, and

( bates were obtained from the ran- ed ,the Chicago and Kansas City plat hail no connection with it nor interest ,I order.. to'retain the business, they cut LOYALTY TO PAHTY. the Governor( Is entirely

roads for the C. B. Rogers Company. forms. in It until nearly two years after, >lr, the rate. There were 'cuts in retaliation whatever credit he may deserve for
Reneke says he began 'checking "No. 8. Mr. Stockton lays that 1 receipting officially for the money
'a That through these rebates com backward and forward, and It
petition was stifled, and that a.a"a re- "Ttli. statement Is also wholly un- those rebates and the fact'is, ,I" have was In this war that the wholesale' am under the Influence ot! the,Standard OBTAINED BY ACT OK CONORESM,

sub wholesale house alter' wholesale founded. On, the, contrary I have In' : news in my life asked a ralMtoad for houses, Including the Tampa Commercial Oil Company, It la difficult to and also for taking It home.

hou.-{ailed in Jacksonville In an el- variably stood fairly and squarely on |I a rebate for myself or 'anyone else. Company wer given re-' be polite and answer this statement "Thanking you again for your dour

tort to compete with that company. Democratic; platforms and without I | became Interested: in the company bates. 1 am further, Informed that aa it deserves to be answered. I am tetiv in offering me the. columns of

"8. That you are under the Influence e\c .>ptbn have supported and voted I I Dec-ember 19, 1890 and about a year the rebates were of :'no Direct benefit under the influence of no corporation, I The Banner and apologizing; for the

of the Standard Oil Conrpany. for the nominees of Democratic Conventions 1; afterwards was erected vice.presldent, to any of the wholesale houses-that company or individual. lam la toe unavoidable length of this communication

",iI. It Is also charged that you have Can Mr, Stockton say as: without duties 'or compensiilont ,andI every dollar cut from the freight rate United States Senate to lo my part : I have the honor to be, with
much? I !sad nothing whatever to rt"., yT'-b in representing the Interests of the assurances of great. respect
done nothing for Florida-- and 'deserve ', had also to be cut from the price or
r: ," no credit for the collection: of the Indian "Ko. 4. Mr. Stockton declares that tha management oc u>. concerti gild!: groceries by the wholesale dealers: : State of "Florida, and tbe record "Very truly years,

war claim.- he Is unalterably opposed to the Fowler i i I never bought or, lold'for it a single 4a order to hold the trade In the disputed ithowk whether' or not I bate been "JA8. P. TALJA1FERRO."
bill and ,the Aldrlch an'thlnc'ell'. recreant to my 'duty': It shows that
aket currency pound of groceries or ; I
.u, ;your public duties require you territory. So that, alter all, It
to be In Washington and hence can. bill, and seeks to ,create the j,i, "1 am nots defender'of freight din arrears that the consumer was benefited ni vote of mine has ever been castIn BETTER TlfAV OOLD.

not reply to these charges from the Impression that I favor these measures criminations and I believe la full accord by the competition, prices to favor of the trusts; !it shows loyalty "I WAS Toiibled for several tenrs with
that ,rio Senator there should to my party on every questionat chronic Inilljtcntlon and nervous debilltv
turnip, your' constituents,, or at least The facts are with my partthat; him 'being necessarily lower In consequence Issue it shows that no discredit write F. J, linen of LJt,,".,"ter, N. II.'No '
a number of them- think that you was. more emphatically opposed to bo a Railroad Commission ia eve y of the rebates. When the ; remeilv he'pul ITIH until I heuan using
should, those: bills than ,I, ando I /man active Slat ..* well as an Interstate Commert'1 ,,'Mobile ships were taken off some has been brought upon the fair name' Electrlo Kitten, whli-n did me more wand
reply to them--In some public ,
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Aldrich <>f Florida. han Mil I ho m. dicines le\prn" r<1 'I'beynve
that dented: Commission for the protection
manner, and for this purpose I tender in the fight ;years ago,, the freight war ended 1 somewhat into the nisi kept mv wife lit excellent health
;you the use of the columns ol bill-the only one of the two that .r shippers, and both equipped. with ,, am told, and with! It the rebates, 'and, "t/et UI'examine'' Hi ''1 br years, "Ae" ea'a Electrlo Hl'ier lire
camo before the Senate for con lid. : and; powers' as 11'111' Insure the 1 understand the rebates have 'record<< ,of M,. Stockton. claim net. iicixllil| | for lemnle troubles; that tli.r
the Ocala: Bunner. Very truly, aa not
I Ii I adjustment of that he Is a Democrat. Where was ire B grand tonic and Invluorator fnr weak
and equitable
"FRANK. HARRIS..H eratlon. prompt been given since run down women no othor, medlelnecan
"The: purpose of the Aldrich bill all questions which may arise between ne in 1892 and for how long did 'he t like ltd plane In our family" Try them.
i' i Mr. Stockton implies to shipper and carrier. I remain in the Independent fold? IInlv Mo. WatlnlHotlon! guaranteed by t S.:
not ai ,
"Mr.; Frank Harr).. Ocala Fla: .
but to distribute the Home years certainly and he, 'Ie still K. McUeucby & Co
J- My Dear Sir-Tours of the 14th lay issue currency, ,
: frosh from a that has been consistently
States Treasury RATES."It I camp
United LOWER ,
surplus in the -"Mr. Stockton has sought "to J
prejudice ladles shall
slant tendering me the' columns ol antagonistic to' Democracy Fashion decree that the

the Ocala Banner to ,reply to certain lu times of stringency, among the Floridadelegation' I the people! of Florida by alleging In 'more fights than one it Is open wear hand-painted stock Inns. All nothloff -
banks their, deposit as may be added that the, .
national upon that the C. B. Rogers Companywas
_,, charges,, made by my opponent in the security of State county municipal I, has been an Important the only firm receiving rebates. hiittory that! he bolted the Duval Is said concfirnlnR the men_ ,11'9 oreno -
Beuatortal! campaign, which charges I Convention: of that w'enttj fa Ion's. ppinlBlon",
rates County ;year, mo they have
1n the lower freight
and railroad bonds. A surplus factor )obtaining \ He even went so far as to that
received. say unt-k with holes at theeel
:. wearing
you enumerate, has been Tampa at the' head of a. contesting rontlnun
result from unnecessary I I for :Jlorlda- by successively advocating -
only Journal.
I Treasury can t the competition ol this company, l and toe.-Atlanta
and take in availing
delegation! and. In spite of the fact
rivers and
There should be no the Improvement of
taxation armed with rebates to tie Isadvan""
-a bf:your kind off r. I deprecate. I I'j I p unnecessary taxation, and therefore no I I, harbors. Ten years ago tbe businessof Uge of competitors, caused "'ZMluraalter that' the tribunal to which he had PERFYCT'enS( "I DEYCJo;.

a ctntest so full ,of ml'representatioa 1 ccptlderabU surplus. Unnecessary the ports of Florida was Insignificant failure among the wholesale appealed decided that his organisation Where there used to IM a foelmit linens.

4:' I 1 as to Drthll reply seem nee taxation Is In the nature of using the compared to what It la today. houses of Jacksonville.' ;bad no rights in the convention, near and worry In the household when a
w !i., essary. I began my campaign at returned to Duval County and cblld showed symptoms of cioup. there lan
and As example' the business: of one "At SL Augustine when I aaked ne
Uovenun; for extortion, to extort an ) cmiflclence. This i. r,wlnatB
nnta Gorda' wi \ allusion r w perfect
out personal with
money fmm'the people for any: Florida port has grown from lees him to name the companies that. baa again, characteristic disregard Ihe uniform *ucce ol ChumbcrlHln's. rough +
to any candidate:-Indeed, I said for, Democratic law supported In treatment of that
In violation of Democratic than a million dollars annually to failed, he said that -J. R."Jfysenhadi an Heniorty In the
.". I would' not complain' ; if others sought purpose is open decadent movement. dUeune. Xr*. M. 1. B..fordo>r PoolMVlMe,'.
and obv10ulJJ'wrong over twenty-fire millions The failed, that W. S. WHghtman had failed
' ... { the office principles Md In ""eaklnll..r her experience In tie
; that'It was/ a high and the cheaper' or Milt lisa, without in any way claiming "
freight have sought and that there were other failures. uneofthitt I't'mect.II'IY"' 1 have II worldoOorflilenco
honorable one, worthyTof the ambition available or endeavoring to secure recognition In Ch ml rl ln'.Coiich( Remedy .
"I afro opposed th discrimination water. haul made by deeper which he did not then recall. <<
of any 'man-and 1 fur I have lined it with p-rfecs uccens.Jiy .
shall use no per- by the State Convention but
natlonalban.ks contem. water 'and, as such Improvement "Mr. Tysea has since pronounced
In favor of ; I cblld Onrland Is subject to severe mtucks ,
sonslitlea here only; la ao far as' la by.the bill as well as the seceptance : progresses, so will the business ot'in! public print the statement of Mr.t' content to remain without the party of croup and l It nlwsv rives him .-

_, necessary to ,,acquaint*?' you, and plated o'! railroad! bonds as security that port Increase to the advantage t' Stockton to be 'a slander, pale he headed an Independent ticket prompt relief For sale by 8. E. DleOeacpy

..1! with through all'you the facts., the ".people. of Florida l for Government money. of Loth producer and consumer. "Mr Wlghtman. I am since la/orm- M, a candidate, for the,LeJI I.wt: >fc j Co. \ e



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Mr. James. COot made buslneas trip to Vernon guardian of Moors and John tt.
'I' .. Friday the 12tn.' I : For sits Lea-"Ia.u ye. Bovltivton. muior*. I will,Job' 13lh. of
Robert: Warren and ..If... LIU a 1.. of Orange M.r. 1904. make application to o B.V
Bill. visited W. 8. Jones and family last Saturday I am a candidate fnr flu irlalatura. I aollclt Judl of the. circuit melt of-*
TRYLUCK ON AN AD.: 'and Sunday.We the support of all win take pert 111 thu primaries.If judicial of Florida In and fur Frt V VI
t aia sorry to not that Mr. Jesse Radgera ran" favor me witoUhe nominal I m I will use mybeat hi.< ffiue In Penaacola, W."I. V
who was taken very sick about Jan. 10. hasproved un effort to aeeiAv the election. If I a.. defeated Judge mar be, lo au ..authorizing I V
V but little. If as,. I In the primaries I will\ work for the lucceM" the lll ti. the Interest of the Raid. ...Inn.the
Some. United States officer* ptjised through thin of the aontlemaD of your choice. name hnl an one-fourth V
'. ---aa.--- dkAkflk1LV community lam week and created quite. a racket; V W. A. B.'us. in and andl..ld" ,. 'land in Watthlnton .
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about a little elder being cold.: > S V ouaty. to.wltl 2, 4 and 5 nf
We have had some, cold weatherthta winter; For K.6N_nlatlv*. "tum..n.; and Forda. La .. of *ec-
but therecord at the weather hlireau shns thatIt To thi Democratic Vuferstf. Washington county 32. all of said l.nd.'ylnl 12 b beIng..tow .
baa not been aa cold at any lima aa It was laat wJIcltatlim from of khip 2 north, a
After many "" Home" myfrhtnda I'an. V
winter. I hereby announce my candidacy I for Thin. the 3.d.ol February 1904. '
: ; We are glad to note that Mrs. Juicy Ma I nor.who _Keprenentatlranf W."hln., ....... county subject JOSEPH J. W..
TRY YOUR HAND .. haa boon oonflned to her"" for the lust II". the action the' Democratic' primary in May W"'T' A WATSOH.. Atumiuy, .5 V
months. 1"lm\On."lnw.t thin t'm"MTa.. Maicorhas V : ; .
.,, constituent
V mart. 1 to meet a* many my
"been ,
Mr. Line very Taylor.10:1< haa bought and moved his a* poiwlblu before that time) and. If honored byyour INoUe ...rreatlwn of N.w KIccllou
o At writing an advertisement: for our Store. We will : It to la the otaue Just vacated by R"". tie orin. the. Democratic votes with the banner nomination.of Washington I assure county you that wIltS IXotrlct. VSVV 5
I said that) Mr. Taylor aintemplat.wgoIng
M. ROBEHTHON.siut Notice IB hereby given that then having bean a. V
not again
$2:50 girl who writes the best'I Into the mercantile businea probably In daRt S petition with thereouialtrnumbt-yof V
give cash to the boy or I the atom building" vacated byOwens& Qwona.which .Ilnatu.
presented to thu Board County
will 1 make the fourth; business house.Rev. I For Se.atr. o Cnm'Io. S

advertisement for us between now and March. 1st. .. Georire Lee. of thla place, sold metof hi. i To the Democrat ... Calhoun and Wuhln..t It.lklnll'1* omaldered that. a .and.Iotl..n... dlor1"bl
V household and kitchen funiltiiro at auction Brd
Write it plainly on one sheet and sign your name.. to VV the 8th and haa moved his family to hi. I( I Countluai am a candidate fO State Senator from th there known bn..d an ehotk" dlatrlc.ablAb. to ba '
V wi''..'* farm In Gadaden county We hope thnt the.actti.n uf th. pr..lded.
V it, and han it in, sealed, at any time before March'1st 0 M.... Lee* health may improve an she hat -been I IV T..ty.Olth Democratic Dbt.c aubirctto ba bed.May.10th. 1904 I I Said 19. election distrIct and bounded to be known follow a. toovitt bo-..
confIned to her bed nine month" with rheumatism.Farmoni / and respectfully solicIt Tour I d.h .

On. March 1st all the letters will be opened and'V -V -. ... I have lived all my life In havIng line 'I .Anb bhtIV; where three townnbip norlli
V H.. 11"..,.. 4 been born In the county In 18n9. and Inc croaaeatiald said line to
judges will decide which one is the best, and you will are busily engaged hauling out iruann.Some manhood have at all time* .upp the Democratic rnniie line dl"lln. ,_ m.n alma alxteen.wont .
party and worked neverscratching ; on said township line
rumors of a mild cased smallpox In the thom"
get the 'money. Now let all the boys and girls get V vicinity 1 of our town.Presiding V a tlchut but always loyal to the part; dividing townKhIp throe and I. l''. north: th'mC
Elder I Dannclly preached to our peopleon and party nominais.Thanking nest along aald line to Cha..bath" rIver '
work.. V last Sunday nlirht. you In advance for tho support yotniy u hence down Cbn.ta.ha ofbeirinnlnir.
to : V
S. W. H. Brett of Weatvllle. waa a caller In our be pleased to give. and .urlnll' you that The pettier .. new.1.
in West midst the same will be appreciated, { atn. district 19 shell b p Bobama :
on laatv
fs girl No
ay. .
This offer to boy or t. ach.
open any W.
Very reiipectfullr, 8. CI.AIE.VBlt.untstuwn.
V himae in an Id district
Burn to Mr. and Mra. A. W. Wataon. 011 last eloko hby.taN.Tbl" S
Florida. d W"-day. a fine boy. FIarJa.27,19M. order to b publl\hIJ" .
V S J C. f. Lewis and family left taut week for Chip- V a weekly n.papr pk1 Chl. Waahinrton .
n Icy to visit home folk for several day*. V Vor Ibelrr. V
Your friends, : "- : Some of our citizen. attended M. K. quarterly Att. J. W. C."'vrv, Ch'n.
OXXIb. V : (, V mivitlntr at B'*' "''le.m Saturday of last week.I I hereby nnminoe that I am a candidate fort gay. lose NELBOM. S
1 Mr. W. K. Miller .left for Mobil the latter part office of Sh..11 of Wash innon county subject CI..rk J. L. JACKBOH V
; V & Ut1er.V of limt week. to bo abaunt several d ape on business.Messr DemocratIc party.-If noinl A. W. VkKaKB.s .
Campbell : .. Lacy. AU"( .... C. C. Godwin and Eddie natal I will,of con mo. resign my railroad pi.It ion: W. L 8rnmjf Aav,
: Coleman attended Mardi Graa at Penaacola first If elected wilt d".o my time and taet to the S "
V of thowook.Quite duties of the o. SolicIting .I my NOTICE FOR PTJIUCATXONX\)
V friend throughout the county,
a number from here attended the Chatitnuquaort
V I am. very truly TOM J.'W"'T S Depart meat of the Intorlbm. ILand
S last excele.nt -
Saturday They
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-Office at 1904.Ijotice .
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O program.A G.lne"l.Fla.Ja 11
r. B. Adama went down to Peruiacola on last For 8hel'lt I. h II"" tb.fol..lnll'
: !!mday to attend the Mardi. Gras and other I With this I announce myself a candidate to "tl ha llieioi bin Inttin that said

bunlneaa matters.. .. the office of Sheriff of Washington county, subject made before' Clerk, Circuit Court aHVernon.
Rev. D. A. Simmon of Westvllla. filled his i to the action of Democraticvoter* at theprlmaryelectiun b.. on Feb. B). 1904 viz: C.8Imm"n V

TRY YOUR LUCK ON AN AD. regular Sunday: at appointment 11.30. at Baptist church on S last i fluted and .'IJJ' ": Kith.thodutliwothe Ifnom!i .wH ol Section F.V..n.Tp."'a.3 N..Hn.R.2J1 E.A"th of

The amount learn haa been aubscrlbod ;
V necessary we office to the and wIthout He name wltneMc to prove his
for the .erection of a new Methodist churchIn fear favor. lol.ln.
o Your continuous and cultivation of aid
1 our of city. This speaks well for the great liberality "''' M. B".MO" land ..Iz ..ldl. Carter. D T. Cnrtrr( 8.. WUlianu -
our V .. E Stewart all Vernon. ..
ooooeo.oee ocxxxxc Railroad Agent A. J. Tucker left laat'wJ< for I'or G.. W. G. Robinson.
thor four wuekn'. vacation. Mr. Robt. Williams 81 rUr foe paid. Ki-ttlxt
from' near Atmnrn, A...... I Hlllngthe.. place durin* By request nf several. friends I hereby announce l.
.... the absence of Mr. Tuck'r.; ,. myself a c.ndldat for tiherllf. subject to the
: '- .. . ,... .. r I Tii, sday morning the Mr.\ A. I>. Campbell and. little diineliter, Mr. J. J. Watson of Tallahassee has been In D .: to be held May the 10th, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
D"m.-EI\r11Ia t "
1 Sunday Pensacula to our city for several! days In V the interest of the. 1404. .'mr.r elected I believe that I Departmmt of the I
> ( spirit of Mrs. 8. M Timnle' paa d.fro-n Flora left nlll'bt.for' V Woodmen of the World. We learn that there will\ can / / Interest of the people andcredit Land Office at UainiMvliln Fla Jan. Iato..
ltovv fOtpICg earth Into rterntty. Mrs Tuiggle. whn sue Mardl: Gras sl/(hta. be a "Lamp"organized" at thin place. : to oce" Thanking you In advance for Notice I is hereby irlven that thufollowinvnameasettler 5

L J Jived with her son, Mr. J, M. Tugale. had Mr. John*It. Farrior.! a prominent merchant .- 1'0"1 aupport t am. our truly ha* flled notice his Intention to make

___ been feeble for quite a time but It was of Clayton Ala., Is vlt>ltlng_ his -- _. .. K.'e HOHNK. final pM support of his caim..and that aid
only for a few days that be was seriouslyIII. proof made before : Court at V
Subscribe the here this week
r' for J1ANKKH and kuup brothers
: For liir. Vernon Fla.. on Feb. 20 I, 1"O4. via: Marian '
abreast of tb> times.V V She was born In-Junn, ISM so would L f. Buie i I.od 1. ] Rub
Waltor Williams of Orncnvllle. came (ASnndar Ina of Vernon. Fla., Hd. 33432 fqr of
have been old. She was Four I wa by th".J
soon 79 years ar ago ur.e my many] aw!" of neH, 2 N.
Oar coatrlbutlon to Mardi Urea was: burled atOakwood. cemetery Wednesday. morning from DeFunlalc wherehe fried. t. run for re-election ] S..r.I...m" 1 He nam... 511 11. to w. his
I'enaucola; New Orlttatis. 4 nvmilnit.\ The HAN>JIBH tenders! sincerest. ha.j spent a day or tw o. refused a. I thought I had had enough for contlnuoua the IU.", of Bald

Mr. J. P. hi-holl has our thanks for sympathy to her sorrowlnn son and 1101" lion. S. W. Clark, of Tllonntstown can Get, your shoes from Farrior Bros. ,onetime airaln. But: aim mlBfortuiie I thought has I would come on not me ak, caused for It land vlf .w. P. H.h." H. oltl..I.. Da"l. GeorveGainer V

wampum in renewal of List ub crlpLlon. family; may fie who'doeth all thIngs didate. for /Senator: for this district pent Get your shoos hu.It-lol'd.-D.; Hughe/ by a 'few political enoml.and I am left almostpennllM .. Angus. Payne, all u Veo.. FI. S.
'V well comfort them! In their sorrow and the Irlendn' in Hobl. S
Mr. Eaaon' Tbarp hits bought the block hoal their woundi-d hearts. Saturday night\ In city. V Got your hot and cold drinks .at.. Farrtor the election* and(for.Sheriff my office Thankma support you -V: I Kegl.ter.KOT1CB .

V on the !!asl. lde of the street, vast of his Judge J. R. Wells, of. Vernon came In Bros. V for past favor,, andipromlninir bide alt m"
hjme V afternoon and went out to Pen .a ?FOR PUBLICS TION.
; pluuo. V Sunday For bta bargains In to Wells than ever before aa time and
For merchant to advertlslna Is The !ipo5kkIng.Last .sacola[" on the evening train. Itroa. V go V taught me how to do an, 1 a. "prn. Department of the In.rl. I V,
a quit crowdof Your friend, C. 0.-AtLas.V V
Thursday evening quite a r
down bill Mr. John left Saturday evening V Lan Omat Galn".I.Fa. Jan 1..1'
equal to pnlllnx sign from over l-lilpley'o; host people assembled at the Harper Get your bicycles fixed at Cutchlo8"D. V V
his tore door.V public school niidltorlum< to meet and for Mc[.Ran.horo. III., to purchase a carload II UlCbe8.. VThere For eherlf. settler has tiled notice of his I"wla"-am. V

It Is the little. nll.mlf1sll.unrmemb"rfd! heir.. 8 nator 'l'.Lllar"rru and Conjrnss- of stofk_for this. market.Mr. By request of my I'.m. J herehannounce final pawS In support of his. claim and that paid

V V acts of kindness and of lovn, that make man Divls. sp".ak.: And "h"1Vp.rA notdlaapooliitid lj. D. McMillan, a student, at the Is no place V In *town 5 like Wells myself a candidate fo tb. Sherll'.ol"at b. ct proof will be made before The Cantv/

men grfat and wornn'AlI.lltlfll'' either; for they did both Stain Normal School: at DeKunlak( spent r liros. to trade at. to the Domor.tu and elected on, i.y Jud.J.m.a Fla.of .Oranva on F.b.HIM.2O,'Fla.1', v\.

We call the attention o' our country Al.rto'..Irt.-k the meeting was called to Sunday hero the guest of friends Hrln-r your horse to Cutchlns' to besbod.D lob..... J9 cun fill th.nm"at om. the of W 28644 J..WUIRm.. Sin IK. Tp.3 N.R"I w. -

frli-nds SOULh of <;hi pie-: to the schedule brder and Il'III. 8. M. Robertson elected Mr. W. B. Luosltrer. of Vernon parsed ; Hughes.Alwtiys V people and credit to myself and Wadun.t He names thn ". "Itn_ t prove hi.0TItifluohis .

of uptiolntmenu of Ue< W. A. Prlncn. chftlrmin, After a fe-v remark hI In. thronirh town Sunday ovenlnu en routeto I en to Farrior Bros. for your cnty. Respectfully A E. McMtLL.. land viz: James reidenosupom and" eull..t.". T.of aid' H.hertel .
trodiicua John K. Johnson of Dade St..rt Kent
Capt. I Mardi Graa.. dry grinds rid notions V
There will bo services! at the RuptlHl. CIty (at one time a resldcntnf thin county) Pensacola tu attend I ? V For &h.rlrf. Oranl Hii ., nd ,"" iti.-c

church biindny., conducted by a Presbyterian who made" a neat little, aneech 'In behalf Mr. J. Henry wife and children of At .1. R. MrGeachy & Co. have the best India hereby announce myaeltacandldatstorshcriff, Chipley, Fa. %V.C. Roblnnon. ,

minister. All are cordially Invited of hoili Mr. )Davis, and Mr. Tallaferro >int a. 0...., are ipetidipig I )om" time here linen sold In town for lOc. per yard. ubjuct to the action of ttu Demncratlc primaryto Ed. fee paid. l ,-..'

Rev W. p. Richardson occupied th,. tHlllngof their lives and their records axConfederate the guests of Mr. and Mrs: 8. A. Alford !Make your wants and wishes known at advance be held for May tOe the aupport lOth. 'J'b be nklnll'pleased you In toirlve R."tor.

nulplt 'at the ItaptUt, rhurch Sunday Holdi| >rn.SenatorTalI Mrs J. R. Mcdoachy -aiid children Wells. Bros., and they will satisfy them n..and .urln. you that the ama ..1 b NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department V .

tuorulaj.; tho aosence of Pastor lio.l- ifurro was. the nextspeaker spent a day or two this week at Marl- for you.Ladies'. .ppNat. I of tha Inte.I

ger V VV and introduced forcible, and spi'ech hn made his earnestness. a clear clean and anna the guest of her sister, M rs. E'n 8001. colored petticoats and children'scloaks Y"ar truly.'V W.- B G"'t"r Notice Land Office la hereby at G.lnvil.veQ Fla... followlnirnamedrttler ".n f -'

A bank account Is a. vnry nice thlnit>> I I frankn. ss winning< HIM confidence of his Mrs Edwards of Knterprlse., Ala .1" going! cheap. at .Misses: Richard For ha filed nrHIco of his intention to make
have In the family; It will purchase hoareri. Ho xiu'cessfujly mob and convincingly visiting her IIlsw !'. Mrs.. J. M. Farrior son's! now. (I.rl.I final proof In an pport of hln claim and that Bald

music and SUU/(8/ of life. have been made. against him. Ills fairness Mr. A. E. McMillan, of Wansau. came'! linn of 'drugs! drug sundries and toilet ton "".ntl. subject to theactlonof Democratic i of Vcrno.Fla., 33281 the wM of Vnw3.

S The man who spend a part ot his God- and honesty truth. and sincerity In Friday on business. "Gene" has many articles In town. be hold May lit I ''hankill'.r. wM .. .. an. Tp. 2 n., r. 14 w.
In and the and chivalrIc. treatment of his opponenta. glad to for your He names the followingwItneBHe* to prove his
given limn otftllnf money friends here woo are always sue Don't forget to watch for Farrior Bros.KiieMnvt rrlm.rv. .uPI.
continuous residunce and of said
V Your W. C. LOCKBY. upon
restuf th" time In keeping make placed him en raprert with his hearers! calt".tl
may hi ci.
contest In next Issue; $10 In goldto and, vlzt John Roe. wili. Georgetahwr.
S a good citizen but a very poor Inhabitant who !gave him clo eat attention. Sonatnr, bo Abe Fla. .
Little given
V Miss( :Rhodln McCoNky accompanied / away., V.ron.
For Tax Aa a
of ailothiT world, Tallufirro in.ide a most favorable Im- rTb.nklnll' W. G. RODI" ".
pre..4on on the people of Chlpley. { A. I n. Cumohell and daughterl"iora Mardi, Don't forget you ran get kid gloves' the of .Waahington for Cd. fee paid. Reals tar.
D a,1eVh, rslln Wells Pensacola to witness. eant.r'
) wears p.plo.
you to
Introducnd. shirt waist silk. the
"Our Hub" OavH! was next V corsets Mlfcses all pant to "mtloa..
Hiiuh a large smile thcort days It l I' rasllr and In his' Inimitable style h" delightedhis Gras .. Richardson's as well us hats charge 1.01 dutl"of pnll.llll conm.ientiouMly' d. CONTEST NOTICE :

pxpl'ilnitil: ; a line bny liui arrived at bin audience. Several times his sullies, of Col. Robert Barnett of White hprinmu.spent to the beat of my ability I again an.oun"myself Department. .. t
Just J. R I V
to & 'o. If
bonm Mr-v the youngster live long/ and go deadly ; yoineed .. .
myHLli United Land '
wit and humor were h.-arUly cheeredwhile a few bursln Chlplnv SatiiruIY.tuakiuig a cndida. an V Statu Office. S.;
shoes. They sell) the Clover Brand f
V always prosper. I verytruly. Joan W. WILLIAM Gainesville. Fla.. Dec. 11. IV03. t tA ,
hn had Napoleon", P. Hrowartl and / a pleasant.. call at the HANKER shoua. the best shues ..II the market. .
Mr ,Robnrt Yaton of Ronlfay... .and. Miss his famous ((1)) autoblonraphy hook let on sanctum. > For Tux Assessor In this uffjclrat office content bvCharl"'y affidavit Yatea.bavins'been contestant.aaalnit .]
V.V V V Atuiln Ruse, of Vernon were unltnil, inuarrlaie. : the rack. Thnre l 1M only one Hob Davis I can II!. found tit all times at Cntchlns Hd. entry No. D made Sept. VI,
Sunday afternoon Judi/H. J, RW'IIt and he will betblt next Governor of Editor A. M. Wilson of the Calhoun Sat.urday shop. I am rPlldv"o do do all kinds of I hereby annun myself a eandl..t for the swH of BW"tl.n 2. 5 t.on hlp 4 ii. 1891
Fla spent .
Democrat niountstown of the
S onhl tlng. Wit Juln their Florida. repair work.-D. Hiiitbes, Manager., "me.1 .1b luiaHor subject by Contratfe. In which It VI
S many :
of ., I".lna
his. to be held In Washingucounty Wii." B
nliht here the- (uust father ': prima. .
friends coiiKratulatlons.Ulnd I I.* abando"" said land
a Go to .1. ll.. McUenchy & Co. fur Indlw La",
Dr. F. C. \\ llson.! 1CI I'm and th. Stetson 1'XXI) and has not
-'-Oii Monday night at her home NOTICE.The naVal Hurry( and all kinds of spring and summer Respectfully .support of the voter sinai been on. D.mb, 3 absence

near Or inj. Hill Mrs) Charlotte. N.M"rcRr.o.l.d Citizens Executive! \ Committee l U Mr. J.V.. Brown formerly of a Luke dress (roods. Th have a largo-supply. o WoHhinuton Your county., am W. I. Sieoae'raay._ ..* not due to .employment In thl.. army sid ... navy '

78 years. l)..oea< Cltv III Thursday a
a 'large. imbur of relattveH, besIdes a Fub. 20th. at JO o'clock a. m., to came McUi-aihvit' Co. ,I If need a suitor For Tax A.ata a aor.Mjr respond and touching said
VV few days here on business. you V i allegation at 1O o'click. a. m.. on March 1. 1V04
their loss. bnIOIIBS
hostwf frleu ls. ti) mourn I I transact such business as properly his pair of pants. ho sure YOU try a pair of aa you are aware.* I wa before you before the Clerk of Circuit Court at Westvllle,
MOHM Alford 8rooinpanv, with a to the duties of such co.nmltteo. Rev. S. R. Ropers clime In from them; they are good, two frlnc. and wa d.let In the prim.rl Irl*. and that float hvurlnawill ta hold at 9
Friends are respectfully. Invited to ho home at Mllrllnlll'rlduv evening and 01 had I March It, IMVt. before the Re-l
capital uf$21XOO.) ( ( !h" the latest addition to I course omo one t. a'do.a. m. on .
the bu.lnnss encrrprlsosof ChiDl!! They present. E.' W. SAPP Chairman. went out to Vernon Saturday where he Lace curtains*!.10 per pair; crepe paper part a* lust and rIght, gauss a majority tb .r Receiver at the- United Jatatea Land .
the Governor for y.letterspatent A. W. WEBKS. Secretary. performed a marriage ceremony Sunday.... lOu per roll; shirt uttlst sets 25c.: : pompadour ."t said *o. But a defeat n time not Office I in GamcBvllle. FlaTha '
will t.o
-i.. apply and back combs lOc,, and 25c. mean a defeat forever therefore again *ald. contestant having" In a proper pMdevil. .
Incorporating the company on V ORTAN"'r I I Mrs. .!, C. Sinclair who has henn spending at the !Misses lllchurdson's. nubmlt to you >m candidacy for nomination fur filed Nov. 25 1903. net forth fact-which r
March Itth. Ull NOTICE.A some time with relatives here, left Tax of Vvofhlnirton couuty In the Democratte show that after due diligence persona) service of

Dr. Cotnman. dentist at Vernon and full attend men of members of Washlnnt' Monday for Marlanna to join her hns- We have the prettiest line of spring "'of May 10th. I' If I am nominated thl notice cannot bft made, it l la hereby ordend
a located there for the and summer clothing ever brought to ', di my whole duty. directed that such ba given by due and
Miss tJodfrey Lawrence daughter! Mr I I >n> Lodxe.' No. 71 Knights of Pvthlas hand. who hall el.. wi .tk -
Is requested for Tuesday night the 23rdinst. present.Messrs.. Chlpley. Come get you a vnlt for )Easter Thanking you 10 Cur shown mo [In the .",p pubtloatlon. V
'r. U. Idiwrenco. .)f the same, place: were before they are all picked Wells I am. W. i;. Robinson Register.
hiipollr, united In marriage lust Sunday Work In first and accord rank and J. T. WIU' and N. W. Boddle Bros. over. put Your friend J. WILLIAM Bow EM.
UHV. S. II. Roaerd tlitlng the nuptial knot. I other business. of Importance to be attended of Honlfay' were In town Tuesday tians- VWhatevery NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. V'

_,SS May their voyage/ across, the sea of life V to JOHN II GLEN JR, acting touxlnesk. and while here made a producer wants and hunts For Sup Public Inatruetlou. Department of the Interior. L
toifcthcr b" happy and prosperous.Mr Chancellor Commander. call at the liANjftKK ofllce renewing their for: honest. returns. Write to Land Office aH Galn..vl.Fla.. Feb. 8, 1904. r ,.
CARL SETTB LINI>, K. R. & S. Join', promPto: abnnv. Wholesale Grocers I take this m.thxI. of Informingthe people thatIamactndidat.for Notice I I. hereby given following-named V "
\ Boo Hroiikn. a prosperous' merchantof Vt Importers and Commission lit trdJallttl.8DtI. % the office of Supt o PhllcIn.trcthm" settler ba Ile notlco of his. Inttl to maku \
Vornon.'and Miss Nettle Itiicbannan, of Washington proof of his that said 'j'Onal
wV Broad !St.
Atlanta. caim.
Oa. .appt.
of West liny entered Into the bonds. o( : I actIon of the Democratic primary and respectfully proof will be ... Cirui Court at ,

matrimony lint" week. ll.f')". W. A. Prince In the way of ladles', dress goods, laceSretnnritiderles. solicit.the *upp 'of alllmoat. V.n.Fla.. o March 19 1'1 ,1 Archibald

of Orange. Hill, performIng, the rites or'hI' [ : < J ri Inserting, etc., we can B Gain of EconBna. 3O688 for the .' :
II eN swKofneX of aeKt Sec. 17.
marrIage. xervlen. The ltAzsNcttenders : pleasetii. most fastidious. Don't make I -DIRECTORY.To Tp. 1 8.. R. 13 w. i
conxratiilntlons. and wishes for _.-o-_ any purchases of these goods until you He nainethe following wltneaar to prove his '

then everything eond as they journey I Will Pen), of Qulnuy wa a visitor bere have !".'..!!. our line Wells tiros. I l the member of the church. Orange Kill cnnttnuou residence up and c.ltlyatkn"of aid .,
circuit. M. and
K. Church South to the inmeralpublic
through life together.Readers. Wednesday.! & Oar. I How anout your spring suit of clothe? I dmlre to submit the llI. schedule of and. vial Adam T. K. <> ... L.Econfina.M..hbur.Fla. &1, .

WA call von attention to the D. A. Prodder of Atlanta Oa. I. If you haven't liona'u' ii. irv l-'artlrir moth }- appointment.. G.ln. G.ln. 0 W. G. KoMiuwn V
announcement ofV.. li. Gainer who offers I spentTueHdity Mr. Gilbert held arrvicca' her. Sunday momlnir.Mr. Urns. See their styles and !prices; they New Hope, every lt Sat. and Sun..Ham.Vvrnon. Reirlster.

lor the position pf Sheriff of VVa"hInjtou > In the city. V E. H.'Tompkln and ion attended V prrvic.hernSun4ay not only represeni the bent tailors hutlIu"rom..e every lat and 3rd Sun.. 7 p. m. _V _ V _ A
John D. Campbell spent Sunday with mornlna.tLualle tit style. Orange lInU every and Su.U a.m. and .p.m, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATI0N-
county everybody knows Mr. Gar and lamlyapent, Saturday and .Sun workmanship and 2nd .. .
Gainer; ho represented the county once bill parent at Ar ,le. day with friend h....... material. Duncan, "Ill'every 3rd Sat.. 11 n a. .... Department of ths Interior. I

In the legislature and Is now chairmanof Mr. J. It. Kiln spent Monday and Mr. Vickers, ol Vlckera .A McKenzie Co..wee ------ Moss.Bi.lad. "3rd S... 11 a. Land Office at Galne.m.Fla.. Feb. 5 1904. f

the county l>emour tlc Executive::' Com !Tuesday at Pensaoola.O. a bualnfwt caller .here. eat _k. j' Wllcox'i* ills rk.&. M ...1'. every 4th Sat.. a. m.Pleaaaat NotIce I* hereby,.Iye thefolkiwbignaniedettler
ha turpentine Internet ; V hm intention make-
Mr. Buoy..OO near has of
ml lle ttsks for Con i >,.,every 4th oun,U nlo t
ten your support L. McKinnon. of DcFtinlak wall Vernon called upon R. L. McKenzie laat Sat..... If you want something fine .Your althlully am (1 Inal proof support oi..blclakm that
eider his application.If horn. Monday on bunlneas.J day.we ; Just ring ni> 8(1; W. A. rainca. Pastor.S'U.a'I' proof will be made before Ch-rk Circuit Court
tlinrei\ any public duty that Is irenerally are ptnaWd to learn that Mr. Ed McKenxp| *> And when you hear. my "phono belt sourtf --- .,.- .t Vernon. Fla.. on Men. 19 1904. viat William
neKlectxd more than another It Is D. Forrester was one of the visitors who has been III for the past two weeks, i* *ome< My beefsteak will B. Daniel, nf Wansau. NoblOt lo thane .
come 'round
that of vlsltlnu the public schools. i'eo.S S to !Mardi Oraa at Pengucola. i what Imp"" ",n1.Mr trotting ...UUU.U I IdlING. of *wM. Soctlnn 28, Tp. 3BN" R. 13 w.
.. C. E. Booth and: little dauahter. J.wei.wurs 1o any place In town, Caused SALT He namee the following to prove hiaoonttnuona V
plo who tiMid children to .school should Dr.-Newton. of Honlfay. was to Chlpley the gueSt of Mr.' and Mcii. L.. C.Gay of i iA Atl2>t cents. per pound. by ni JUI can b'cured residence upon and ,ivatlon of Bald V
munlfoii' th'ilr interest by occasional. a few hour Wednesday. .nderaon. a pleol"8Y." the pat ........ I by the only that I.nd. vizi D. F. Carter C. cl. Ca. R. M.
visits There Is nothing that can d"montrate Mr. A. J. Gay. Mr and Mr. R. W. Gay and Vor Hal*. I U Hold with a printed posItive[ gilarantesaround Peel. J. w. Peek all of Wauxaii. : S
tt a room. full of children tho' Importance Mr. W. W. Gainer, Econflna, wan one twollttla, dauirhtera, and Mia* :SVarld Helm tookpaaaare every bottle. You will have your W. G. Robinson. VSEd.
of their dally work so forcibly of the visitors here Saturday. on the schooner Lucy H. for PenNacula. Six acres, nf land In the town of Chlp I money refunded In each and every cage tee paid. Register.NOTICE .
the put _If. They will' probably be absent awonkor ley. also 80 acres In Section 10. and 20 'where DR. UELDINU'S KKIN REMEDY .
older look Jackson
w as. ti> hive people come In to on. Mr. II. W. Ron*. of county, was *
so. .ac..llin Section 1A. All of the above real rail 10 rllr(). whoiher you have been FOR PUBLICATION.
This week we call the attention of our InChlpler: Monday on. buslneiaLiiiclns Dr. C. Ii:. Booth..* called to St. Anet..I."tIi estate Is desirably located .
S and will) be afflicted one year or riflr. I I. pleaaaot the ,
consultation. In thn c.M J. R.TMwpkln. p.rm"nt'of Int.1Lan" V
C readers to tbM announcement of S. M. DOWnS madw business trip to In .' ittl.snn. Karl It was feared that an sold very cheap, for casj. For full par to use. Doctor I bffioe, at .. Feb. I .'
Robertson who l Is a candidate: ( \ for Representative 'VVe. tvlUe and this week. pn.tlcrlb, G.I..I.
Carfyllle operation miuha b* necvMary for his recovery. but ticulars salt ort, A. B. NOWLIN. Everlt" home Notice 1* a..f th f.ln.n.o
!of VVashluxtnn county In the Rev. ',V. A. Prince, of Orange Hill, wa we are p'e.' .'" to note- that at laC account: the At Bicycle Shop 0-W I Y. Fl. .etUseham Bled bl Intti
not I nl4lature. ,and subject to the action little follow. aaemed tobaallghtly Improved. tf. Chi plpy. FlaNOTICE. lbl anal proof In support of that said
of the !May[ primary. Mr. Robertson basrepl'I''otl'O one of the! visitor In town Monday.Mr. -. .. roof will I ba made before Clerk Circuit Court at

this county once In the past, F. U. Callaway attended Mardi -- Vernon, Fla. on March 19, l')4) vho Thomas A.
Bnaila.Mia .
Dr. X. 31819 for the
and li, too, well known to need recommendation Gras at Pensacola Monday and Tuesday. O. AXES _McCullourli. of Bush. Fla. Hd. No See .

V from us. It lit enough' to say Rev.. U. N Win!).,,, went to Cottondale *at Florence Bonlfay tMn Y.t_term.ot Bush I is. attendingchool Notion In hereby given that- bid V will be re- "on'.I."I..U..1.., 6
he |1.e 'u I Iduu, for Representative. Sunday and'heIdhis rsguIa: service there. MI_ Stella and Vella Yatea attended the "Ived ', the. W*": meetIng of this Beard l Mardi T. -WITHTwenty Tf name the following wltneasea to p.. his V;
we'Ill'e wedding. of their amain Mr. Robert Yatea |Iat. M04. for th. hire irf the county: convict* See the .. upon and"o. said J
With this Usiift Yenrm Experience a
one more an.nohncsment
Mr and Mr4. T.J. Watts are seeing the V prrlocUrf One year. aR per contract on Bio la the .
for Sheriff, that of Mr. A K.McMillan sights of Mardi Gras at New Orleans this. Mr. Richard Lev-In.and wire.of Bonlf..,.. vlnltcd odiouS the Cleric. of this Boa.... .n land.,1 ; Waller. Hlrrell.Keltay. all ot Bua
of W"UtlIloU. Mr. McMillan Is week. V their daughter. Mra. Levi Yatea, and family ofthl Thin Feb .. -. Eye'SpelaU.t p.,.. S

a TOUIIH man and was born and reared In vicinity: last week. V Chairman.. J. W :Ceavay. WIIJ. BK A.TDr.WLSON'S lea aald. Register.
Wa-ihlajton county: he U well and favorably O HI. Hcarlett and daughter Miss Maria The turpentine farmer are also bony' .rakn Board ofCoac.tjr Canmuwionera.

knowi'hy many. "Uene. ," as. bA Is of'Oranne. Hill wan In tha city shopping and burnIng and preparingtheir farm.. their Atte"ts W. O. Loc... Clerk OFFICEIN NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. V
of Board.
5' V familiarly. known by his' friend says thatIf Monday.\ crop not being' to plant v j Department of the Ite.t

bills nominated and elected he believes Dr. II. F. Saye of Oranatn Hill was a oat The*. repairlnv farnwra In fence this'*,vicinity anit preparIng are bsi y for sowing their !Noler or (,ba.ce a VoUug: Plar. Land )f

hp cm ad-nlnlster the duties. of the orne" !, pleasant caller at too i.aan office future crop when the weacner .la.auitabl for tbetl1lto..Ir. It I.ordered that the voting place In District I CHIF LEY, ettler Notice b.. filed aottc.*of hIS
p Ittl .
crndltarily to hlmlf and the county and Tuesday. N.. 11 be and the MUM .U hereby changwl Anal proof hi support of his that .
Rive satisfaction to all. Mr. Ben Yato. nf this vicinity, attended. the the! *jLp'rh"' "<1 school: hc uaa south about. onehalfmo FROM TO 6 roof will ba made beforsOkwk Circuit Court eai' V V
J. W. Hatcher one of ,..Jacklnnvllle'8r.romlnAn. weld log of hi*nephew, Mr. Robert Yat' stoMl.... *, to the Grant house.. and that thta 1 O'CLOCI Vernon Fla..on March iV 1104,, via: Flelden A. .
: V NOTICE.The citizens was.a> visitor In Chip-! Annie Ru_ They' were married Iv Vernon last order of change. be published In the Chlpley. MARCH McCullongn of Bnjb, Fl \.H4. No. 2S67I fortheat4ofnw14anda3'dsw14isesklnVTst3N
,. Sunday. FWe V Man for lour weeks.. B..I.I I t tl. 4
Democratic Executive Committeewill have hail; ona case of measles la our com A.tU .J. W. ClTAVBT. I k.14w. V V.
moot In Vernon Fla. on Saturday, Mr. T. J. Patrick one of the "kntghts munity. MrvHallkr Mnndy haa Just recoveredfrom W. C, JLoCKvr. JOHN NBUON. 'I I I He name*the following wltrnsi to prove hi* '
Feb. 27. 1iOI.\ to transact inch business as of the grip" is spending the week herewith an attack and wa hope tha( they V will not be Clerk. J. L. JACKHON, 'l. EXAMINATIONS Dell lou. rwlrtmice uptm and cultivation n.I ,
bin family.A. this time A.; W WKBK*. V I FREt ia.d, vim John R. Charles B. ,
before I It. A full of : N.nln
may.'come meeting VVz I transacted business nr-l ai..d1.:. W. Uutih preached at the Union Hut W. L 8tJOOL...*..... I V I)>. N. Mc .Jo. Martin, all of Bus),. ,
the committee It requestedVV V L. Wells I a.
J. V sehoC house 1M Sunday at II o'clock The young V Fla. .
U. otunn.t j took In the MardI Ural.festlvlllesat Pen- fulk* also have singing. there evory aocond Sunday, __ _V'V l Hn Is permanently I lo at,E. M. eMaso.. V
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