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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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.', Pelee 'XI. Chip ey, Washington Co., .Fla., Thursday; January 7.. 1903.- No. 29. i

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: Map For School.. Ratify It. M' M M M :
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a I FToo..B. E. McLln. Oumml !sloner. of When the Satiate meets It ought to ratIfylte -

: Agriculture. of Florida, his' mailed the Panama treaty. The debate Is

: following circular letter tothe_ proper perfectly l proper, and t.be'exposition of i t t it
I school officials throughout, the state the manner In which the Republican'

'r To All Our Subscribers I I "Since: we Issued our new state mao leaders assisted In- the revolution and )

: over two years ago"there has been such have supported the Junta should be fully -

t'G3ii wsfw a demand for same for "elo our public made. That la perfectly right but. the RZ

Schools that I became Interested In- t.he' t.hlngls done. It la as definitely concluded Received '
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matter, and... realizing that there should as the overturning of the monarchy

j GREfVTFfVRMER. be a state map In every school house In the Hand'wish Islands. We cannot go I .

,, the state as a matter of ed, education: for our back now and by. force put Panama back b .

children I went before the joint committee 1 Into Columbia's wicked grasp. Englandand Solid l

on appropriations of the Ieglslaturrand I, France have recognized the new republic -

,; tf\MERIOf\N urged an appropriation for the and it Is to late to put her back In Cars of I
purpose of having' > ome new mounted her former status.

: maps to be placed In the schools of rth'e The new republic of Panama Is In ease, .

state. 'My efforts bore "'\lIt.; an 'appropriation and It would be as Impossible to go back

was made. ward all It would be for ,a Burgeon who WAGONS andBUGGIES! .,

"There will not be a sufficient> number has performed the Caesarian operation to .,,

to supply all your schools. I will supply undo his work and Insist. on the regular

S INDIANA POLl" IND. the deficiency. with unmounted maps order. It cannot be. That Must

that can be mounted and answer for a The South wants the canal, and It
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Tb Ltsdtnv AO. lural Journal of the Nation Kdltcd t>jr an Able '
J*5' Corp of Wtit.,.... while. (Send me'a .list of your' schools wants the work to begin. The wish Is

that will need a map. as I will be In a"(5osltloo almost unanimous that the treaty'\ be rat -So1Clif-

I to ehlp Ton the maps In a few days. ified. It Is too Important a business matter -

5 WITDIN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER Your school board can. decide what to. be used as a political club to'' beat
schools need the mounted maps fir si. I the Republicans. So Interested la ..Ala Our Prices arc Right!

; Two for-the Price of One: feel sure another Legislature will' enable bama and the South that. It will take f'6

department to complete the work canal with Mr Roosevelt as an attach f
also have hand
TUB BANNER the leading county paper and THE AMEBICAN FARMER commenced. ment. From no place In Alabama Is on

"Please have It distinctly understoodthat there a real protest against. the treaty,

$ ;. Both One Year $t 00 these maps belong tothe school and the press and people want the canal. the VERY BEST STOVE

14 for ,. property and cannot be removed for private Birmingham Ledger.Time .
purposed and not returned at the on the market at prices
This unparalleled offer U made to all new tnbscrlbers, and all old one who opening of the. next term of school. To Pray.A .
pay up all arrears.and renew beginning January 1, 1904. Address;
"1 will appreciate It If you will present that will please. And

the map4 to the school with mv. compliments preacher at the conclusion of one pf

THE CHIPLEY .BANNER", as It la the result'of my efforts. his sermons, said: "Let all In the .house we keep at all times a

.- that your schools have the maps." who are paying' belrcIbtl.taod! up." g

Chlplcy Fla. Instantly every man, woman and child, very complete line of ,,
with one exception, arose to their feet.
Why; :He Wa.n't Promoted. :
,. Tile preacher seated them and 'said:

All Halt and Hell. A VERY CLo8E CALL. "Success, a publication- that every' 'Now everyone not paying his debts. HARDWARE. :,

"1 stuck 16 my engine although! everv young person won Id A.u.. we"II.A.... re ad care' stand up." .. ,
: joint ached and every nerve wa racked me ] careworn, uuo-
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The Lawrence (Kan.) Gazette gives an with pain" writes C. W. Bellamy, a -loco fully, has the following In a recent Issue.It exception COME SEE us!
clothed In his last
looking Individual
account of the divorce suit brought br motive fireman, of Burlington Iowa, "1 contains so many good New Year suggestions cry .
"Uncle Patterson against his young wife. was weak and pale without any appetite summer's suit, slowly assumed a perpen
and all run down. A.. I was shout to give: for yonna1 men Duet starting out dicular position. .
Patterson took the stand In his own be- up, I got a bottle nf Electric Bitters and In lire that. we publish It In full, viz: '
half. HI" description convulsed In my life." Weak sickly ruo down people ou are the only one,not to
the'spectators. 'How .
long did
always gain new life ntrenirtt. and vigor Re was always grumbling "
you court your wife?' he was asked.. from their use. Try them Satisfaction lie was always behindhand. meet your obligations/: ? ., 1
unranteed by 8. K. McUoachy & Co. "1 run a newspaper'.' be answered f7IIIPLIY, ILA. ;*
"How did
long I cowl how
huh, lonq l I'rloe GU cents.Ptenty He had no-Iron; In his blood.
did'I cou't huh?" replied the old man, He was willing, but unfitted! meekly, "and the brethren here who just ..J

breaking Into peal ot laughter. "I didn't Mall He stood up are my subscribers, and-"
; of for the Voter didn't believe 10'hlmsfllf.ne .
cou't her she done cou't met" And then asked too many questions.He "Let u* pray," exclaimed the minister. 1iM s /1rA1 .stt0li etmA M
Before many days the mall of the. democratic '
says the Gazette he went on as' follow, was slung by a bad look. DOMESTIC TROUBLES.lllsexoeptionaltotted .
} ( voter will be exceedingly heavy
while the court satsoellbound: His stock excuse "I forgot," Value State ..
and thousands of circular letters of democratle was a family where Railroad Liable For Full Senator Mann rVH lng.t .
"Jedge th' rust two. yearn uv marriedlife He wasn't ready for the next step. there are no domestic ruptures ocoasloimlIvr .. -
> candidates will find their way In. but these be lessened having Dr. I
olin by
were like th' sunshine on eh'meddow tnthe waste basket unread and nnopen- He did not put his heart In bin wjrk. King's New Life rills around. Muob trou- Plttsburg, Pa., Jan. 1.-In the Hnllcd t Chicago/: Jan. 'Friends of State Senator

an' th' ob'nfleld. Then canon th rumblings ed. In campaigns of this character ,Hc learned nothing from his blunders. ble they sieve by Lhelr grjat work In stomach StateS circuit court yesterday Judge I S. A.: Mann, of Florida, who was in
uv th'sto'm.Th' clouds done com He felt that be above his and liver troubles. They not only reIte.e .
was position. Achnaon handed down an opinion In the Chicago at tbe Imo of the Iroquots tliea-
thousands dollars
of are usually wasted you, but cure. 24o at a.-K. McOeaohy
u'p an' th wind do blow. Der wer rust- In this manner, but the candidate's seem HA chose his friends among his Infer &Co., drug store.What's. case of William Doyle against the U&l I tre fire, have become alarmed and have

lln'and murmerln'i, ao'.th sun an' t.b'moon iors., railroad which will likely searched the hospitals without
to think this the best method to reach I tlmore and Ohio securing
dun'quit shlnln'. Don t.11'- rain lie was content to be a second-rate In a Name.An I be far reaching I In ltd effect.In a trace of him.
certain people. This is not the case, however
data th'tPardrapean'tb' thunder data as even the progressive businessmen man .' his opinion Judge Acheson says thatunderthe I I I They will now visit the morgue. Inquiries

v rumblln' uv hub voice, don knocked bavfl: long since ceased to adopt such llo ruined his. .ability. by half-doing Irish soldier In a local regiment during present. methodn-bf doing busloesaa are also reported to have come

r th' happiness- uv .our Urea. Now methods, says the Jacksonville Metropolis. << things. the late war arrived at camp late railroad company Is respoimlbtafor I from New York and from Tallahansee. ;'J'JI

Judge It's all hall an' hell." "I fla never dared to act on'hla own judgmerit. one night says Pearson's Weekly lie the full value of goods lost In transit, Mr. Mann Is the father-in-law of Governor -.

- was challenged with the usual: "who goes notwithstanding I i 11
Speaking of campaign circulars and I the printing: or stamping Jennings, ot Florida. ,
'i' "' R E E; llterary'bureau., Ills. currently reportedthat Undid not thlnk.lt worth- while to there?" of a clause on the face of a bill of lading ,I
'i'A the senatorial candidates alone have learn how. After pondering a few momenta" and calling for a maximum allowance! War n The' Far Ka.t. .'

TRIP TO EUROPE- already had printed over 300,000 pamphlets Untried to make"blu tr" take the placeof the challenge being repeated, and thinking for release unless the agreement aa to :,1
ability. he might avoId punlshraeat he answered Washington Jan. 2.-The Associated .i
value shall have been made between the
and circulars, and the campaign has 'I
I ID He he i" Press learn. from high official
only fairly begun. There are approximately thought must take. amusement i / railroad and shipper and.also an agreement a source t'
,about 40,000 democrats' In Florida every evening.Familiarity "Kitchener." +- aa to freight: rates and the signature that Japan In her last note to the Busslan ;,' 1

that will be qnallQed-to vote and If oth with slipshod methods par Ho was Immediately! knocked down of the shipper! secured to the agree- government announced that the j
alyzed his Ideal. with the butt end: of a rifle. ment. minimum proposition which she can accept ,I
er candidates follow the example, every .
voter:In Florid will receive considerablemall. He thought It was clever. to -use coarse While be was on the ground ruefully i The el.S8 was tried at the November from Russia' roust Include rights In

M and profane language. rnbblng his head, the; sentry.exclaimed: term of the court and the Jury found for Korea equal to those claimed by Russia

Uov.Jennings! It U said heads the list Ua was ashamed of his parents because "Why It's Caliagbant What 'did ye the plaintiff In the sum of.(5.000, subject In Manchuria. In return It Is said, Ja

FREE I so far as printed matter la concerned. He they were old-fa..hluned..He nay It was Kitchener for?" to the opinion of the court on a questionof pan agrees to recognize the supremacy of

Imitated' the habits of men who ."Sburo" came the answer "when ye law reserved. The question was: Uuiisla In Manchuria.
has all sizes of llthocraphs and all, kinds
+ could stand than he could. would do this to Kitchener would To this proposition the. Associated
more phwat
"Whether by virtue of tbe bill of lading: .
Jr would Ilk to take literature!
;: yon of campaign it I* also said .
.-.. ye dn t.n Callaghac?" ._ ..___... Press. I., Informed_.___.. the_,__ Ruealan govern'.
I a trip to Europe the that he bait a complete list of every voter the Ilablllly oithe defeudaot is conclusively --- m.
World's Fair Saratoga, I In the state, which was furnished him BAYED I KBOMTKHR1BLK' DEATH. I limited to $5 per hundred pound" ment will not give Its approval feeling
Dam New Tor City or Ashe- ; The family ot Mrs M. L. Bobblt; or Bar- Grand Jury; Indict Iynchers I to-wlt, the sum of $ 3.1IO. with Interest. that Japan should content herself with i
by the which
supervisors were appointedby
,Tltnu her
-' perton; nw dying* and were
THI without having to modifications In tho form of concessions
O O v put I him In every county. In the state. This powerless to save her. The most skillful! 'A coroner's jury composed of some of
np any of your own money, physicians and every remedy used, ,.failed In Korea for ber commerce. Count Cas-
the leading citizens of after WONDERFUL NERVE.
Jacksonville t. a part of what Wilkinson Call declaresto Pineapple
writ the U.: while consumption wa slowly 'but surelyrskina stnl, the Russian ambassador thinks the
0 tropolt for particular* be the state machine. i her life. In this terrible boar Dr.KJng's making a thorough Investigation Into the 11 displayed by'maay s I> man enduring !
i2 :New Discovery lot Consumption which pales oC accidental Cuts Wound, Bruise, Far! Eastern situation "gloomy, but. not
Tbe governor Is provided wltb a printing lynching a negro oo 27. I
turned despair into Jay The first bottle Burns, ttaaldi. Hire' Feet or stilt Jolnti. without some hope :of salvation., !
I plant at Tallahassee and baA a (arg e bronchi immediate relief and Its continued was followed by a Ore, which destroyedhalf But there's DO need for It. Uuckien's Ar-
II number ot clerks stenographers, etc., completely cured her. Its tie: most the town, has rendered a seated ver.dlc' DIO.I Halve will kill the pHln and cure the At the Japanese legation tonight It was r
I certain cure la tbe world for all throat nod trouble. I M tbe Lest Halve" ou earth for Intimated that If the Russian reply l does ,
employed. Senator Tallaferrb 'also has lung trouble Guaranteed bottle AOo and and several arrests are expected./ Piles, too 25o at $. &:. McOeacuy it Co; i not give definite assurance that In i
: a number of workers In his headquarters, II. Trial bottles free at 1t.II: JUcOeachy Although the verdict Is sealed. It Is druggist general
& Co. awre.ICzpo.Ulon the concession asked for by Japan -
ell'ectlva'work. that several well-known
and they: are doing moat personsare '
Prohibition In Texaa. III Korea will be aranfoed..t.be Toklo tovernment ;
John Stockton's headquarters are also Implicated
N CARTER 8f RlSSELlUPUBLISHING Stamp Approved. will be Impelled to abandon diplomacy
I bUR,/ He has sent over 30,000 copies of Governor Jnlks has offered a reward! of
COdACKSONVILLe his Punta Uorda speech but seems to be 1800 for the arrest and conviction of persons Austin Tex.,Jan. 1.-Healnnlng today far force. .
; FL.A I Postmaster General Payne has approved who participated la the lynching Texas virtually takes rank among the I r Dispatches received ,by Mr. Takahlra
rely lug mainly on a personal canvass. I
... doHfgns for a special Untie of stamps. In In addition to 11,000 offered by. the citizens Prohibition! States of the Union. The the Japanese minister from Toklo today
'--- connection with the St. Louis Fair. The tell of the critical state of public feeling
.. .. . .. .. .. of Pineapple. It Is likely a special anti-saloon movement was begun several
series will consist' of pre stamps, the one until last Hum' there., It Is stated that If Russia falls to '
ago, but It was not
term of court will be called to try the cases. year /: !
cent bearing the head of Robert Livingston mer tS! .t Its success became assured. In give a. definite reply Japan will Interpret

F. N Holley'& Co. United States Minister to France thr e months. ''tuire than two hundred a dilator act aa Indicating Bussla'a wish

who negotiated: the. purchase of the Territory Florida Wltne. Sold. counties "went dry" aa result of a vote to. defer hostilities unti l: the spring, when Rf

of Louisiana from that country; of the people. The saloon element pat her forces on land and sea can be used to

Wholesale and Retail, Liquor Merchants. the two-cent stamp: the head of Thomas Ocala, Fla.. Jan.' 2.-The Florida Baptist up a bitter fight both. at. the poll and In better advantage. If Japan la convincedof
Jefferson President of the United States VVItnens, the leading Baptist paperof Uussla's Intention not to accept her G'
QUINGY FLORIDf\ the courts but It was wonted every proposals the ToUlo' government, It Is.
at that'time; tbe three-cent, toe. head of the state, published' here for the lout where with the result that the Lone Star declared, will not hesitate to take the i se
James Monroe who as special envoy of twelve years by Rev. J. C. Porter, has Initiative and assume\ the responsibility. ,
Paul Jones, Pare Rye. delivered at $3.75 for 4 full state begins: the new year as. a teetotaler. I for war'$
the United States, assisted Livingston la been sold to Rev. W. L.'Mahon, of Arca. making
quarts or jugin plain box.
the of the dl.... Mr. Porter has .
negotiation purchase treaty; been In feeble health
.10 years old Best Rye $4.20 for 4 full quarts; orjug .
the !flva-cent, the head of President", :Me- for Nome time, and Is unable to give the
delivered in plain box.
.... years old; Rye, delivered at $3.20 for 4 full quarts, Kin lev, who approved government recognition paper the attention It needs The Wlt- DEKLE & CO. Bankers
of the exposition] to be 'held next i ness Is the state organ of Florida Baptists ,
in box.
or.jug plain
We also carry, ,m stock, a full line,of all kinds of year, and the ton-cent stamp, a map of : and has considerable circulationand Oft IPLEY. FLf\
and We the United tItII, teat,showing the. territory Influence. Mr Mahon already has s
goods, from $1.50 per gallon up. guarantee purchased from Franca one paper the. Florida Baptist' In Tam This bank offers tit services for the. transaction of all branches legitimate
satisfaction or money back. Send us your or- banking. Collections receive prompt, and careful attention, and all remitted "
dertbi t morning and get goods tonight. pa. He will probably consolidate the for on day of payment, at current rate of exchange.
r Cqme along with your $1 aid get the two but. whether In Ocala or Tampa, I. ---L.sa3waW. solicit .your b.dne..cPsor i i .

: .. .. . Bagtlaa and American. Farmer one year not known. e
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: Slroaic Testimony. PrvtwUou ....4 Our Varrtivn.It ':'Jae Farmer!.King ., *X
It is well, at times, to recapitulate -I is upon our farm productsthat Much is said nowadays of tile

PUBLISHED: KVKKY THURSDAY. some of the innumerable expressions wee must rely for a: balancein vast mineral wealth of this country Correct Foot Wear.
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ot public opinion bearing >: our favor when the;, ,-credits are ,' and hug fortunes- ')iron,

Subucrlptl $1.00 per year, In advance. upon the Senatorial' contest, I made up from the markets of the steel, gold, copper, and oil.: But .

:::=::- 'lest we forget" what men and world. But if protection makes when it comes to a shear aggre- ..,,

Entered clans at mall tho matter.ptMtoffica" : at ChMey. Fla.. tuecnnd newspapers have so well said on our prosperity we notice that ;gate: in' annual earnings the C CS -

1 the subject. ,Here are fevvjate unprotected farmer makes the American farm outranka-all oth-

'w' W. ;JONES, BdUor. ones: 'i best showing' -protection gives er industries,. in this country. or

"The present delegation in oftentimes the profits to others, in the world.: .

.Advertising rate Drubbed on application. Congress from Florida says but he is known by the fruits of The gross earnings of the t

the Jacksonville 'Metropolis, "has his ]lat><5r. Of course we supply great steel trust are about $300-

1tiurd, ;January Ttli, t9oai.E done something: of great benefitto others with what they cannot 000,000 a year, and the ind r

-'.- --.-. -, -_ on furnish is
childin themselves-the have
every man woman and i same ent concerns an

Russia is sad!; to hope for the state, and this is more true'of our trade, and there is about.$250,000,000 more, pend..or.1 ,:.*-:
'F: <>:It,
peace. If she hopes for it in the than others who represented the much that agriculture gives that a total of $750,00oooo as e .. ,. '

right spirit there will be no war. State ever did. The record made we cannot call our own except by tire volume of business per year I :JE.J..V' .A.1'T O E1"V' 'o.:

one : by the present delegation deserves purchase. For every two 'dollars in the iron and steel trade. I .
More than president: has It H surprising how quickly an un
praise and we, ar glad received forfmr agricultural During the past year the farmers -' '
come to grief by personal ambi- initin9Rhoewill blast a favorable '
they are receiving it. Florida is products, we pay out one to the of the United States 'raised. t
tion that overleaps itself, and "So iI isn't safe to run .
impression. ,
proud of her two' Senators and foreign' farmer-could not we do products valued at something ,

Roosevelt has a that, .inclining. three representatives, and of the better than that if'we-went with- over $3,7oo.000,000 They ship- chances. .It's far letter to select a

There will be three eclipses good work done by them. Can' I out a handicap into the markets? i ped to foreign countries nearly! f Shoe that precludessuck a result, one

this year; two of the sun and one any sane person imagine that a I In 1902 we paid for agricultural nine hundred million dollars thai is noble and artistic in its con-

of the republican party. The reputable newspaper, making produce $413.744,557; for our worth, of which about $3ooooo- ception,.graceful in its outlines,easy :

latter event will occur on Novem- such a declaration as that will : agricultural produce others paidus ood was iq cotton.Secretary on the foot and so made as to t izder' '

ber 8th. ever reverse'its position and con- $857,000,000. We bought Wilson, in bis recent maximum service. You secure all : ,

demn those whom it has thus '. these. goods from Europe, South annual report, puts it correctly | these attributes in the .

The republicans of Florida praised by seeking their defeat; America Asia and other countries when be says that it is the far :Star Brand Shoes '

propose to enter the comingcam- before the people and the substitution j of North America in quan- mer who has paid the foreign '

paigd, by placing candidates in in their places of others tities ranking in order given-a bond holder. For during the' -{sold By-

the field for all congression-- who possess no such record and little from.Africa and less from past 14 years, take'n as a' single "

al and state offices.. .. whose sole claim to cor -deration Ocea ica. Coffee, sugar, hides, period, the balance of trade in : T.', L. Wells Bro. .

is the.fact that they' desire those skins and silk bought cost ushalt'the articles other than farm produc"tshas .' ,
Wilk Call has shied his castor _'
' places for themselves? sum received for our been against us to the extent : "
into the Senatorial ring, and says .1
:-: produce sold abroad. .. From, of $865,000,000; The farmer. ,
he will make .it hot for'the other '
"Our delegation"saysthe Brazil we buy six; times as much not:only cancelled this unfavorable -
candidates. Incidentally he present ,;
.states he has enough "dough" to DeLand Record, "is the as we sellwe"pay Mexico annu- balance, but x placed $3,940- First National ,
have had at ally about twenty millions for sisal oooooo.t the credit of this coun- ..,. .
him through the campaign.We strongest we ever OfIzrinnnn..Iln. '
carry .. Washington, and they have accomplished grass, when we might supplyour try on the international ledger. : ,.

have heard of a fellow run- much for Flo'ridaandher needs from Florida by grow- America in primarily an agricultural Condensed.....rn.nt at Clo..i of Bu.tnes. >.,..p<<.9t. .'1903.R .

for president because hU ing either the same'crop here or country, and jt is on her ) SOURCES::! LIABILITIES.Capital .
ning : people, Senator Taliaferrohas Bills 'Receivable and llonalOTC5107' Stock ,........ ... ......110000.00 .
"Grand Daddy" was once presi- been a prominent factor' in a substitute-that shows a fault agricultural' products that she' U. 8. Bonder and PremIUInIi'\"r, 13,500.00! SurplusFand..v.! ..;8,50000: .

dent; but in Florida a' fellow is securing for Florida what she that should be remedied. Why must rely for her prosperity. and Furn lure. and Klxtures) .:.. ..... 334.38 Undivided Profits...,.. .."... ... 2,082.02, ,
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for United States Senator should we bud so much farm greatness, as they are now the Ca.shand Duefr 12 .719.10 Circulation 12.50000 ."
running has had from the National Gov- Redemption Fund..'..... .:...... 625.00 Doposl'H. ... .. "... .. ... .... 170.7a8.43
produce from Europe, when a principal sources of her wealth. .
because his cousin ran for ernment the past four years, and --------- .
$180,801.77 118\1,8\11.71.\ \ .
president: his record at Washington cannotbe crowded population raises 'the .
.. Xril- Bank Con.>n.>*ne dCBue>lne""!* February Olh. :1 0a. a'r I .
price of land so high? Because Not a single arrest for drunk: '
attacked his on Time .
by opponent8"But 3y yrlsten agreement, Iqtp"e8t will be Paid : Deposits.W
It is now supposed, or rather there scientific is in Marianna I
farming practiced enness the three
it has been attacked-that is I' H. Mf /TOh/. Cashier. ;
intimated, that Tammany will .- days just preceeding Christmas.An '
to say, some have imagined that
endorse William Randolph they have attacked it-with the Let us correct our errors.. ,unprecedented record. The I'
Hearst, the acknowledged anti- result that the effort has been a Where these are legislative they corresponding days of last year, 'I

trust lea'der: as its preference for dismal failure, injuring only its cost our people dear.-Times--. just exactly 18 were "jugged" I -.

the democratic nomination for author. And its authors were I Union. on that charged, and yet some COMPLETE TAYLOR

president.We L people ,persist in saying- that SAW MILLS
not of the people who are the GINNING
Curious Pacts.The
"prohibition does not prohibit.- _
beneficiaries of his good work
are glad to know that there
United States now takes bait the '
Times-Courier. '
is at'least one city which has the they are simply those who .wish world's crop of. rubb r.Ilaytl OUTFITS ; Newly !'

estimate and opinion of to pull him down, that they 'may I Equipped,
proper devotes almost one-tlzth of. Its It is estimated that the PhiUippinefrolic .
the,newspaper. Macon, Ga., re- stand, in.his place. revenue to free schools. has cost the United GRIST i Boiler Works t

fuses' to tax her. newspapers, :-t Franco spends per cent of ber resources States UP to New Year's Day,. KILLS -

placing them in line of public Editor ,T. B. Hartig, of the De on military preparations.In about $627,000,000, including the Machine ,

benefactors."If Soto County Advertiser, is 'well 18.10; the consumption of beer wasa bonds about to be issued for the MILL Shops and
gallon and,a halt for each individual; -
known to the profession throughout / f FoundryW.r.e
friar lands, and taking no: account SUPPLIES ,
for no other reason than now It. Is 17.4 gallons.A \ .
the state as one of its of the 10,000 deaths. .. ,M....,...Ra*.. .
his,,fight for pension for the old I church recently dedicated In St.Paul WIN* ** firm Proof Roollx/r Jlpray Pump Jtparatorf.W .
and wisest members. In a recent Whether the'' oriental is will Matt H to Your 'Interest to Flgtiri: with Us. ,
Indian fighters of Florida, and was erected at a cost of f7,000, raised by game r .

his efforts in behalf of the cattle the charge issue, he that said Senator, referring Taliaferro to- 10,000( contributions of TO cents each. worth this) Occidental candle,- MALLARY' BROS. MACHINERY CO. ,

interests of the State," says the is mant'Is- it The m.a.xlmmll endurance of a 12 !Inch well, they say it altogether to ir.--.ee..m. MACON, CA. .
: County "Sena- "a"corporation gun Is 30O firings while the 0 ,Inch gun late ,to talk about that. ,
JVolusia Record 1. ,
possible for a voter in the -coming may be Ored upward of 2OOO times without -

'tor-T lj'aferro should be returned primary to cast his ballot fora Injury. The artificial, or, as it is technically DR.InlO 6T1"Jp Cores Cteleri-lnfaRliifl

to Washington, and the Dem- candidate seeking to be United The last census gave the value of poultry called; synthetic, production 911or! larrhGC..lyscnicryantl>the Bowel Troubles cf .1 I

ocratic voters of Florida. will see States Senator who has not in the raised In the United} States; duringthe [ of camphor, on-a commercial shit a Children OfMnrffgt.ft :
that he is returned." year 1800 as*136.1.I\>1.877; of eeita pro- ... \: Aids Dlgulbn" JclIIata :
past or is not at the present allied scale, is in operation at a manu wa "IN..rcWDI$ tM/ Bowcft.Stnn1itIIeJIs ';, I
"c .
duced In the same ye. .:tU4,286,158. ,
somewhat or in some way facturing plant at Port Chester, .. tile Child and ..akc.'J .
Thirty-eight years after the United to 25 coats: .tMofets, .,.. ."""::.
A new rifle wItit'thlch the 1 TUTnlNG EASY. :
Civil War there are fourteen men with interests in which large States army la to! shortly equipped Is N. Y. Camphor has hitherto it It Or mmU II Mute U C. .. MOFFKTT. M. D. 5T. LOUIS. MO. -',;- .:'.
amounts of invested?" been obtained from the of Orn.a Or D.5.EAUr.raary.t es. swore T.., or.2L.1BOO. -':",' 4 j
in the United States Senate who money are said to have an effective range of five sap a ....I >....".._nol'Dr..o -e'_..NannBA._ a.MShcd s..dy and s 4 Mr of t..thin..blldrar; wb.e. my.Id.. '
served in the Confederate 'And he proceeds to remind, his miles, and la to be the. lightest rifle ever tree in Formosa, and the indus- 'TT.KTUINA.e; making bwa.shed,Moss., 0.1.... .1...d.y N M.anal hla. Md M Ibsl hi I.w.lmprown.nl w.ald I..Nwbly w..m.low. .
army thMd ..s lie I torn. It....e..4 U ,
r racupmud. ooulutly apt lno.with r ohIMnn sad ban tab. .
and thirteen who served in the readers that Mr. Stockton "gained devised. try has been in the hands of a =y.:.la.>o..lin*.c fa JT -| la aU mun at yssg.hadm.. ilowulli_"MJL5.1.*ma inarm a. u. *spv.h tiuii 1 / .'' : t I
his first and only sensible and englnn'ln the world syndicate. The costs -
Federal army during the great The largest gass product ,,
struggle, while Senator 'Pettus, lasting reputation in Florida as having 3,000 horse power, will be'sent bya the consumer from fifty-five to a BRENT WM.' II. KNOVVLES, J. S. LEON AHD.CASHICS. \ j jPIUl:8.DJ:5T. .

of Alabama, served ;in both the a president, which he twice was, Belgian manufacturer. to supply part of sixty cents perpound. The Dew : : VI06-1'EE5IbUT.: :: i:
I .
a motive power ot the World's, 1'alr at .. ;
Mexican and Civil Wars.-Jack- of a national bank, and is now St. Louis. ,artificial camphor made from First National Bank 'a

sonville Metropolis. interested with others in 'a cor- turpentine. Camphor tuf pen- ,
The amount of human labor now 'fI-
.. poration engaged in phosphate qulred to produce a bushel ot wheat from :tine plus one atom of oxygen. Bya OF PENSXCOLR: FJLTt. ''''Y.'!.;

The Democratic National Com- mining, that Governor Jenningswas beginning end Is on an average[ only 10 somewhat complicated process Transacts a General Banking Business. \

mittee will meet in Washingtonon formerly interested in a minutes, and the cost of ueh labor Is 3X this atom of oxygen is forced into I
Your Bu lne Solicited
Jan. 12 at which time a con- state banking institution, and cents. turpentine, and artificial camphor MHHMHMMHM Ha >,. :'::
I ,
vention city wilt be selected and may, be so today. Australia wants 300,000 British wives. i which differs in no way DIMKCTOMBlWM. ': Z

the date of the convention fixed. "What a two-sided i picture Canada wants 00,000 and Cape Colony from the natural product, is ob : n.KNOWLES. W. A.'BLOUNT, }'. C. BRENT ru. 'a I
would like 30000. It Is stated that thereare *t W.K.JHYEB D.O. BRENT J. &. LEONARD. ; .
It is believed the date most favored thinking Florida has before; it!" nearly: 1,000,000) ( 'more women than : tained. It is said that by this ;'!" >;,j I

is June 28. a week afterthe exclaims the Advertiser. "On men In the British Isle. i process camphor can be produced 'WE DO ;
Republican convention. Thereis and sold below J D. J.JONES. 1
dema- considerably
the one side two ranting The heaviest trainload ev...' hauled by ,- I
.much sentiment in favor of gogic; politicians who have appeared one locomotive was one or 84 loaded oars prevailing price of the natural -, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW P .
New York( ,as the conventioncity. on various sides of the welghln.r-In the aggregate: 4,787 tons product.. The yield of camphor CU1TLET, F1A.BUELL. \.. LETTER .o'.. ,
which 'hanled distance of &J milesat I I i'C ''IIEADB RI I h EADS "
was a
very issue they are both advocating is 27 per cent of the weightof : : '
the. of 13 miles .
i rate hour.
-s- .and opposing; in fact,-It is turpentine used; that is from COOK NOTE ENy'ELOfESHEADS ] .
Mormonism is growing bold. To such extent does religion I "
an pre. '
office- 100 pounds of turpentine twenty- I 1BUSINESSSTATEMENTt9.
anything order to get ) "f
One of its leaders, ex-Senator vall at (Uonotoa, In the South Sea, that Attor..y at Law .
and the other hand a stanch seven pounds of camphor can be cx---.w i Y'rrosxxaa.woma : .. :: f.
on .
Frank Cannon, advises Reed every man, woman and child on that Island OB atal..lnVella balkdiag.Caraful N CARDF t "+
Smoot. democratic statesman standingfirmly who does not go to'!ffiurcb at Jeast made. CIRCULARS
to take his stand PAMPHLETSMILL
attention clvcn nil sisters attracted '.
on the policies and principles three times a week Is liable to be arrested ; I to mr ore. Collection. in Mte.Aaent 'T 4 $0\\
on) the side of his church; to declare With Our Exeh.oaea.' MMISSARV ,
time and flro-tMted In .
and.flned. -
that believes in all\ of its he has always advocated, To know "Bob" Davie |Is to love ,him. .uranasompanles.. -
doctrines, polygamy included, never flinching, but pursuing a' It would tale the entire' population of remarked an old Tampalte yesterdajj CIIECKS I CRECXaRECEIp'TS : ..

and then defy the"united States honorable consistent the United States: to shell the corn crop .". .
steedfast, And he was right,sari"the Taafpa Tribune d D FORRBSTER DRA.r-r.9. .._- -
Senate to refuse him the by hand. The steam sb ll.r will'shell a 'N ff
seat to 'I
and honest course! Davis Is one of the most : WEDDING VISITING
which he has been elected by the )bushel of corn a minute,while the most ,charming personalities In Florida.and ha'',-r Justice-of ihe-PFaes.
Utah Legislature. If Mr. Smoot Truly, ,the friends and advocates practiced hand would occupy an hour will carry the southern counties witha Land conveyance and all acknowledgementa"a INVITATIONS G.ICARD

wishes to loose his seat be could of Senator'Taliaferro have aid a hair to the busheL unanimity ba"wlll be astounding toils specialty. Courts Thursday at < I
third Mondav In each moB4h, tf. 4
er .
dd no better{ban tape Mr. Can- small difficulty in finding abundant The moot valuable mahovonv log ever opponent. Ha Is a* .!food as elected TO ORDER ,.

non's advice. A declaration from cause for the faith that is in Imported through[ the gulf, port was. land. now.-Tlmet. nlon. '
Smoot in support of polygamy ed at Pensacola recently &n route, to I-f J L MQKINI'i: Y.

would so outrage public.senti them,while his opponents can Louisville. The log Is I only, 34 feet lu News Items announced that December- j J I H Attorney|>'.N-,tI,*iw>.- A D. CARMICIIAEL.

.' ment that there would be noth- neither discover flaws in his record length and 27 Inches lu thlckueae..vet Its 21 was the shortcut day of tot year. It Vernon, Florida. ". Attorney; at Law. I
irg: for the.. Senate to do but put nor invest plausible arguments value* $2,800., It was purchased In' Af.. was, Incorrect. The --"shor'est.- .thei i? Careful and prompt attention given .Collections. a SpefcUHr.y .
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him outr in favor of retirement. ; .,- '
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I ,' ''':y 'J J JlVI.Tuggle' : THE BANNER. 'ilOA RSE OUcOs T T'S :

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; Feed & Sate M. E. Church, ttouth.-Ppoaclilng every
let and.. 3rd Sunday an 11:A. m. and 8 p. in.U. .
ST.A.BLE.OflPL'B N. Wlnstett, 1'nstor.
oWl Sabbath School 10 a. m K. 1. Miller, .

\,| ; V, FLft, Superintendent.I'rayer Mnetlntt. Thursday nights. STUFFY COLDS
You oar: Men's prayer meeting Tuesday
., anted nights. Everybody cordially Invited. .
f, rood 'J2 a Drivers Can Be '
Baptist Chnrch-Pre&l'blnjf every 2nd '
; U 'd'At Any Time.'w- and 4th Sunday.. S. U. Rogers, pastor. .
I' '.. Sabbath (School p, m. J. IX Forreste!
':'" 1rumniers' Otfltet a Specialty. Supnr ntnnocnt. rethe.kind'that settle the lungs and into
on develop
Prayer! Meeting( Wednesday nlfthta.JPo ; :

;: I; IMI8VILLI11 NASIIVIUU+ n. It! 'TIMI! TABLE. 0cshoure7:30am.to715t HunJava: .t.:(Hce Directory: p. m.;' except '' .

t,., .A -I- No. 4, TSo. a. No.3. No. 1 'Wext-bound mall closes at 8:30: p.m. ; .
12:35 n'n 11:03 p nr- Lv..P n.acola..Ar 11:00.. m 4:00 p mrt"F Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m., .
,2:29pm: 1:0'031\111 ..I.loml&too..Lr! 2:35&m 2:30pm and leaves at 12 m.,dally,except Sundays .r
.. .. .. Mall from Orange Hill,liayhead and St. '
; 423: p m 2:51\8m: .Mobile 13:30 n't 1:25pm s
.' x-8:25: p m' 7:30 pm....New Orleans.. .. 8IK: > p m 9:3: m Andrews', arrives at 6 p.m., and leaves at; ,; : .: -
a.m. dally, except.1l1day.. ,
osronrsr.No' : :
Sunday hours: 9:00 a. m. to 11:30: a. m.,
8. No. 4t No.1. No. and from 5:30: p.m. to 7:15 p.m. S
\S 11:03 p m 12:3: pm Lv..PtJIlRacoJa..Ar 4:00 p m 5oo a m Money Orders Issued! at ail.hours when

.., 11:50 0:15am: a m -8:30 8:13:: pm pm.Ar.Montlonitlry..Lv. .. Birmingham'.... 11:15 8:33:: a am m 4:05 9:3511: v m oNce Is open, except;Sundays.1. 8.! AXLEY, P. M. .
2:30am 8:2"&m.: ....Louisville... .... 6:15: p m 2:45am and Cl NSUMPTBON
+ 7:30: a, in 11:50: a m .....Cincinnati: ..-... 9OJ p m 11:15: pm ,
7:20 a m 1:31)pm ,...'. .St. Laula. ....... 4115pm' 8:55: pm Our Clubbin: Lll.R ,
A Peimrtcolu: I unit K'ver. ,.Tiinctlitif.. BANNED and Semi-weekly Atlanta;:
'No.21: I No. 3. Names of Statlona, ; No. S. I NO..22. Journal, per year 11.75.BANNRRandThrlce .
Dally Dilly i (No nop whorl!I'toot sllown) I Dally Daily e-yveekNewYorkWorld

t .118.. n't 70) a rn Lv. Pensuunla Ar. 1050 P m 63f} P m per<< and Heml-weekly U.6S.UANNKB Tlmes-Un- '
\ 11 U" 713.".. 1lohomla 102t 606".. on and Citizen! 11.60. .. -
per year
12 2) 710
10 37" 6 01
1923 714. .. Edcambla, 1034" 557 BANNER and Home and Farm, per year E"" .1
rsri" 123Sr'' 725- :. Malay 103' 545 '.' $1.2.1 : '*' l Y
: ', 1231) ,7S". Ha.rp" 1023" 640".. a'' !li
t Galt "
1359 1015 627
,.,1:) City r----.O f' i
121Y.J" 730" Mlltftll' 1010" 52013)am r1 "
food Range .115 .. Id
151 Sl5.," 1101\8 I) as"' 435 .. .FOLEY'S
22),839 '' k.' IMIIIIgII.n 920 .11''' I.- S
'.2U ,", Si/J": / c" t CrcRtvlow 913 .:.. HIO" ---- .
S'S Aft
', S .' .. AND
; Doer Ilewwrd merit.
?! ) : 301 :. ,8 n I. .. Lend' 855 : 334r. ..
321 910 I lMosay H..a.d' 840" 310
.. I believe sent tor said
,; .01" ..5 I) 3t.: ...r .. ? Do' Funlak Springs!! 8 13' 243."... you me,
.t..l94i I !
r7 ; 418 Arrvli 7U 231' ,
..- the new reporter, as he timidly
'. ? '. 440 S; ; 957 ,. Ponce do Leonm '729': 213 ; ar I
,' : ,509( a' 1)10.:. ,. 'W"Uvllle '717" 1115" approached the editor's desk, relates H
-and heals the i iI
d '60L".. iOls"t C.\l'yvllle '712" 1-49" the stops cough -y
rc "'1131 11.3' ;'" nnlfay d5/ 127" Chicago Tribune.; ,

) I ..80'63') ., 11)1107' "_ ".. Cottondale Cht\llflY 018 637.t." 1238l 104 D'n.... Ah, yes.. 'Sit down.. Did you I lungs and prevents serious..a I!

l -.. 70) ." 1125 ".. "l\Iarla.nnllo on!) i 1214 write that story about the tragedy -

,I'' '7 7 oil 31)) .r. 11145!1159 ..., (Grand Gv press Ridge 1\632 38 .". 1112'03 1145 110 m on Green street last night? results from a cold. HD'EY}' TAR If U
'w "
758 .. 1309 SlJealit\ 521: ... 1050S. Ye-es, sir-that is I-you ,seeI ,
River I
5 815 1215 n'n AI' .JunctIon Lv. 510 102011. m '- '
didn't feel very well yesterday, Consumption Cured CONTAINS '
IV.o,"V' i w the Vb n Mea Are married. and if there is anything wrong Foley &: Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind., Sept. 28 1902. IS MILDLY LAXATIVE II'
One of the local- public school with the I Gentlemen-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me of consump- i
'T italic; t.o fiinab"'cl.l.l.e"" story hope you'll giveme i lion after I had suffered two years and was almost desperate. Three physicians And a 8af RenKdy Iz Z
teachers, reports the Washing a chance to- failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good. I tried Cor old end Young. t,
s fhr t:11.c: :IJuuucr.: almost medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY
'- : : : ton Star. insists that her pupils I see that you say the man, after .I every' RecommendedbytfteMcdical .
AND TAR was recommended to me. Its effect right from the start was magical. i s
a, shall keep abreast of the times shooting his wife 'turned the I improved steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well, and think Faculty for the various I p '
FOLEY'S HOMEY AND TAR' is a God-send to people with and Lung. jf
"= by reading: the newspapers very revolver himself. Throat affections: the
Trouble. Your Mrs. Ambrose.!
very truly, Mary .
day, and in order to learn if : '
e Yes, sir. I-I got the 'story 'Fb mat Vhes4

D Pales her directions are carried out directly from eye-witness.. I FOLEY HONEY AND TAR', IJ H

Tagging i interrogates fhe. members, the I am positive that it was- and! Lungs. I ,

class each morning: the school is Never' mind, my boy, I mere- contains no opiates and does not constipate r_ hf,

jr 2825 KeeleylSt 1 .,, in session regarding events of ly want to. raise your salary for riurARCD BT .

i .CHICAOO, Jut, Oct., 2, 10m. general 1 interest., "What is the not saying smoking: revolver. It like ordinary cough medicines. FOLEY & CO. III

l I Buffered with falling'and conname applied to the situation'I[ looks to me'aslf might have
v you,
; gestion of the;womb,with severe : f THREE SIZES-25c 5Oo and $1.00 CHICAGO, ILL;; IU
pains through the groins 'I But- ,'when a man has. more than ,two a,brillianf future }
+ T feted terribly at the time of menstruation I wives?'" inquired the teacher recently ... \--- I
) had blinding hel\ aches' How TbeyAre Elected. The 50 cent size contains 2J;: times as much as the k A ;IIj(
and rushing of blood to the brain. having in mind the pro-
A few days said Mr. E. C. small size and the $z.oo size almost 6 times as much. #
"rr '. What to try 1 knew note for it I tests against Reed Smoot being ago __
seemed I had tried all and accord:
f Tooke of Philadelphia, SUBSTITUTES' -
failed but I had never tried Wine' ( allowed to retain his seat in the REFUSE .

AwS of Cardui that blessed remedy for United States Senate. Nearly ing to the Washington! Post, -I 8. tfi.: McUBACUY Situ t.'hllley' ) | Mil. 1>" liltocK I ) ) Vernod. Fin.

SS sick[ : women. I found it pleasantto happened to be p/esent when. an ________ _
all children m
< take and soon knew that I had the present ralsedthe ------------- -
right medicine. New blood their hands, each eager to reply. Italian who was applying nat I A King: Fond Of A Joke., Do We promptly obtain U.H.and Foreigndead

seemed to course through my veins uralization papers, was being examined -I Here is one of the many stories
and after wining, e1 ven' bottles I< Polygamy, answered the chddwas.
a well woman. designated. "Correct," commented as to his knowledge of which show that there is not a You .4\(1\(

1 the constitution etc. of monarch in Europe who is
his as
3. cs M.i4! the teacher, very much .
t. ., adopted country. I playful or as'fond of a joke' as old TakemMMER
pleased. "Nowt who.can tell me model mtocuu or rhoto cl lijvtl.ticn lor
Who is President of the Unit King Christian of Denmark. g"w-go lity. For tn.s book
:; : ::;ae"e..l..b
Mn.; the name applied when 'a man /
in Patent.
Shish Ll now perfect / en"lue I Fltt.E-i M iiA, "jio
ed States? was'the firstquerv. I lIe was recently strolling along
health because she took Wine of has two wfves?" The raising of ?

S: 'Cardui for menstrual--diiorder vbearing hands was not so general, but Teddy, said Mr. Dago, with the park near the royal castle of '

down pains and blinding the pupil called on was rewarded,', cheerful promptitude.How Be.rnstorf; when hisattention.was If not : .;

headaches when all other remedies ;'t' is the'President elected? attracted: toward :.child who was

tom?' failed to< bring'ler relief. Any with'"that's 43 right, when he By a large tnachpnly. making desperate efforts to reach Opposite U. S. Patent Office
sufferer may secure health by taJi:. replied, "Bigamy. "Now" added Why not? WASHINGTON D. C.
How United States Sena- the bell the
are near principal gate
ing Wine of Cardui in her home., the ''teacher, "what is 'the ; i -
-The first bottle"convinces the paname applied to. the situation tors elected? his intention evidently being toringitandthenrunawavanden We will send THK BAN KK pout pah. .A ISO YEARS.
the road to health. The son' of Sicily to any address, for $1 per year: Ue. for six J'1
tient she is on when man has only one wife?" \ appeared months; 26o, for three months. EXPERIENCE

is S '. For advice: }in 'caws requiring! After' long"pause a solitary somewhat confused at, this l last )joy ,from a safe distance the discomfiture 4tr

epe lat.directions address, giving : query, and I thought he was going .of gatekeeper. For OrWe D
band was hesitatingly raised.
"The Ladies' Advisory '
; symptoms
to fall down, but after a few moments the King watched will send THE KANNBR and the
,Department," The Chattanooga I' a mo : I
; 'V eJJ, suggested the teacher New Yrok Thrlce-a-Week World
one :
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Ttnn. ment's hesitation a bright smile him, and then, with a smile on Ior 41.85'''
,,0 the 1 lone vojunteer J tell ,the I .!
illumined his face and his face went to him and said I fi TtADIE MARKS
: .
: .swarthy +
I \" HiE'J(; DlID 1 class what is the word to whichI h '" DIESIGNS
.. "' he answered in a tone pf 'tri "Let me do it, my boy, and I OrWe CO..YRIGH'rS .t.C.

,; nC refer. ."Monotony... umph: Zay have to put up de promise you we'll scare the old will send TUB BAKNBR mid the I qnluklr Anyone. anoertMlii HAndlng our A akeirh opinltm and. free(toccnptlnn wbnthnr: tear aoliiYHiillon .
Atlanta Weekly Journal, oneyeur,for ALSO IK probably pnt mauls ('nniniunlraMnniittrlutlTOjiiUileiitlal.
-:-- Showed III Igruorance.'A mon. fellow. on l tenw

Foley's Kidney Cure ] young North Carolina girl With these words he pulled the Or Gene prrednntlca FntonLa frea. Oldent taken,.wuboutdh.r.e.tut a through envy for Munn.seurtuay.tentn.A e Cu.; rorolT ,

makes kldntysand bladder right 'gave 'me a center shot the other When Greek meet fjreek.. bell half a dozen times, and in an- If J you went all three papers-THBRANNKII $ctntIfic Mmer ran. e

N ]day as a token'of that pride of Mark Twain described.recent!' other minute had run'acr.)8S {be Inntii, Journal, Tbe New W., will York make World the, The At- A Imndsomely"illnntnt.tM wimklr. iMTvaut. circulation
extreme .
.. 1 locality1'which is more pronounced ly his first meeting with the late grass and hidden himself behinda ly low price of only (2,80 for the tbree paIwr. ,- of montb.any rlmititla,IL $uIdmb7slI'' newedonlor.7'urt$3e: .
; in, the South than, elsewhere," James McNeill Whistler, says ,tree. Hardly had he concealed .. hnUNN r 9. Co aeiBnidwiy. New YnrifOraoW&S
Today is tbe noceptablo-lime subscribe B'anob F Bt.WMhUuiton.U.C.
t said Mr. Henry O. Conners, _of the Boston Post.I himself before the grate-keeper' .

(Baltimore, according to the i was introduced to :Mr. :Whistler appeared, and the expression of THE DA ''NI11e

M Washington Post. said, in his studio in Lon surprise on the old man's face ,I TeE RECORg

: CCuS "It was quite a small place, don. I had heard that the pain- was so strong that the King:could Chi ley, Fla. OF CURES

r arvreoetmnrav"'dmnrerapennuMmFbut all ; it boasted one very* fine hotel ter was an incorrigible ioke'r, hardly refrain from bursting out y's Honey and Tar

il, yearatMStana.fdtieede bradlaFpamirnu..a. at which( I stopped all night. and I was determined to get the into loud laughter.One for chl/drcn.S4fe.sure. No o:7lates.Tlli .
.G, ;o6 Soul '' better of him if possible. So at .. .
? ., ': aaaid: depwtpmwaudr.:* After a good breakfast I paid mytor.t.ppaanta '
bill of the once: I put on my most -hopelessly of the'strangest railroad '
to the daughter Week
grown ] ice Edition
M. FERRY .. C u' ,
p. X. accidents on record i is reported
Detroit.. Allch. lady who ran the tavern and who stupid air;; and I drew near the -OK THE j
from Hammond Ind. A hotel
rt i was quite up ;n the duties of a canvass that Mr. Whistler was_ NFW YORK WOULD
completing.That keeper, Charles Stahlbom, was ta growing( larger ererrday. 10til 1 1i
p 4\ N N E R8 A L V' E : cashier., driving home and -ANUTI1KCliiplov i j NAME should be on the list. -
ain't bad t said. It ain't : recently, com-
"You have nice little town'here ,
i. ,. moat h.*llra: galva' In tha yvord.! a Banner ouncsYhItea
___._ miss," said I: trying to bad/ only, here in this corner- ing to a railroad track, tried to -i"on- 6 F P \ Painful,
t drive his horses ahead of Profuse aid Irregular >
and I made'as if to rub cloud across .
-make friends with the good looking ,a w Rlena ,
l.H5; PER YEAH f.
I g clerk, 'but I must say that I effect with my finger I'd do of the fast freight. The engineerdid $ ( ; !! ':' Ovarian Trouble.,

4 never knew there, was such a away with that cloud if I 'wasi, not even, know that he had hit .FEMALE .". 4CU. Falling of the Womb
i World has
tntrrilefbroU1L'OOD dentlaLMttor"-lor..p." town on the map till the,. Southern -. anything, but kept the speedof The Twice-a-week now become I and all other disturbances to which
up he Thrlce-a-week World being issued
plrlnit 1 for patent i it mar bo.worth money. every females are scrject, especially those
We promptly obtain. U.B.PATENTS.... Railroad landed me here yes you.Whistler his engine until he pulled into Monday "ehlefJday and Friday. obstinate cases which, for have
cried nervously: ::; The most ,Ilber.l Oder ever made to the years
station resisted aU
terday. fifteentnilesaway. Then other
a treatment.
11110. The 'rhri" -I\-wee" World In
and "Eyeing me: coolly and looking Gadt, sir, be careful there. be got down to oil .his engine and I bun po any wwklt\ or numj-woeklj newspaper larger- AN OLD CHROK1O" CASE. '

TIIE::TRADE! auoruesr:+MARKS* I'eo.tood! or model retnrn aWtch EN me sq uarc,i n $hejeye the Tar- Don't you see the paint is not was startled to see Stahlbom sitting published.' furnishing eighteen pages, wumLruuble. ,suffered from whites
or ul lrntoandweradan y MC ATB ; licbt columns wide, every week and the find three physicians fuil- .
FREE report"on patnGhhity, qJ. Irr heel maden said Whereyoufrom arc dry? I on the cdw.-catcber, a whip ihjplcy: lU.tNKR for Unt"I>oll r sod 8Ixtlive ,- U:Jf> relieve IOB. I then b"'Bin t kiu.'
., the Bw a tvgat. eerrloe and adi.ud paw mister?' I owned up I.. in one hand and the ends of some eenteayear. The World combines nil F I coniliow itiunenouitnprovdoend ;
... .qh said am praotu-qlly cured. I take
that (
nu> don't-matter,
charges derateTry Its. ... be freshness and of u dally with
crispnesa ,
to Baltimore, and this* is what in the other. lIe shook him rleamire in retoit1neuuto'>it tnsrlfcringwomen.
SWIFT & I've[ got gloves on..' I reins\ tilt iaitruotlve sad al i eclul fustures of a Mn L. A. EILly.;
i CQy. she banded.me:,. 'Well I recon my i a'few: times, and when the hotel jreeUy... IAddV -. Harboursville., Kjr.Wrlt .
i. ,Patant lawyers, there'w lots"of folks,in .Baltimore I We got on.well together afterthat. keeper'came to he askedwhere .,ss.for further intent Utlon .to/h.IJM)!"'".' ITwltH.. DRUGQIBTA' "
Opp. U. .Patent OfBce.WasMnQton that'are just as ignorant ..' .-" '""' 'his and horses The CUI PLKr\ BANNER' Club L.Oorrt I'hnttunowm>.*(.....fur ty.ni..o..4vio r. 5 ELL'."...F.P.
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One of our'townsmen, Mr. A. M. -.WII- Work will commence on the telephone. f TIIATTRIIIIII5LE ITCIIINH. .

,! son. 'Is moving with his family/) Blounts I linn from here to Westville\ this .week so Caused 'by SALT RHEUM eau be cured F .,
we l learn. bv the .
only remedy the
,/ world 4ht
town where. .ho will engage In the. news J. S. Coleman has sod! HIM Mathews Is sold wltba printed positive" guarantee ',"

Magnificent Stock paper bus'n",.: We wish Max: much success turpentine place to Mr. Mayblu, of around every bottle. Von will have yourmoney s

I. In his new field of labor I Wrlghta,1'la.. where DR.refunded IIELPI In NU'H each and SKIN Avery REM ease E- .;;, "a

+Jy Mr. Lacev Alford/ use purchased halfInterest 1>Y falls 10 whether have '
Bradstreet', Commercial Agency, after with F. one vsarty Oily It In pleasant _
Marvellous Values I Investigating bpslness failures for a number btl11ln..s. to use. Doctors prescribe It, ..

: of yenrn, has definitely ascertainedthat Our merchants have all bnen,ver. busy Everltt A Home ...... k.
of those concerns which fall 80 for( I.hf''HII' few day taking an Inventoryof O-IS. a Chlpley I Fla. .,.
percent f tli&''rg! < ocll. ,J. .

Men's ults. Overcoats. Boya Suits. do not advertise.A. We learn that E. P. Creel will soon NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION: ,0'1:1:

1. Ilodgeboom,. who hits been at oum men-jo/ the erection' uf a new residence Department. <* the Interior t ';'
$7.50 $1.50'to In the eastern part of town. Land Office at G..I.-....... Fla. 1\1.\ ..... 3O, 1903. I f Ii i
$8.00 Tampa for some months, came I In- Fridayevening Messrs.. J.-dela and tin ffin Miller, of Indiana ttattaa in .hereby given. tbat thofnllnwlnicllainedMttler j> ,
and after spending a few days have the Hannon farm, hall fllad notice, e4 his intentlnn to make _' ;
purchased ....
t' t0 to Bilal prnnlln port of bin claim and that said .'
with his parents went over to Pensnco-' the purchase price being C15UT prod trill ha made Ix-torB ClnrltClrcult" Court, at
Misses Mae Neet and Julia Plttman v........... Fla., on Jan. ). 1 la.
$20.00 $10.00. $6.50 e Owen, or Wauiuu. Fla.,-Bd. Z07T7. !tar the wX tf ""Iii
of Westvllle _
and wife "
and W. II. Brett 1
owl ?M el ....g. !'
o ; ; ne Section X Xp. :2 I M.. R. 14 w. .
n1 .WANTED:-An all\-rounij boy of good vlnlU'dfriend In our midst last Sunday. Ha namea the 'MUnvinir witneamNi to prove hocintlnunu ,

Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothlno In Town. habits, to learn the printer's trade ,A James Johnson has contracted to builda .r.tj| '
tine residence for Prof. Harbor the l.nd..1J LibnTaylrs'3: W. Rod.,..... F. M.
s good place for the right sort of boy. all location new being just north of the. Metho-: .Hod_ B. F.Swlmlle all of Wauxau. Fla. "Ak '
/ W.Q. Kobinimn.
Fleece Lined Underwear $1.50 Suit Values for l&l.OO at once for fall particulars at the BANKER diet church V/f. fee paid.' :Keirlater.. ..;".?;

: office. s i .Quito number of visitors from the :
\ north have arrived recently Some are NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TION. ..:

The largest line of Pants ever shown; a 'lit guaranteed. You can begin to see smoke rise from visitors while others. will make their Land Office Department. the Interior. I r \ .:?: '
at Fla., Nov. 3O, I X3.-f
the trash piles in the .!Ield. now. The bom !s among us. Nottca. la burebr given that thefollowlnv-named '.t

farmers are preparing for another crop. Mrs. M. A. V. Evans and Mrs. J.t.] _tier has mod nutruaof hla Intent Pan to make J
I Miller returned from Tuskegee, Ala, final proof "In mippoivol hlaclainuaud that aaidnroiif :t'iil 1
Standard Prints Still Cc per yard. I May their energy and efforts be crowned last. week having spent the holidays will" be made before J. R. Wella, County ti,
( Judtfw, at Vernon Fl..., on Jan. 9. 19O4. vie Ella .
I with success i with friends at" that place. Weeka "widow of Vfm. W. Weak dooea,"",, ..( '
I I. DOW has a newspaper; the. first Waunau, Fla., Hd. 'ZTII>&. lor Nat neX <*" nwl<. ,
Our furnishing Goods Department was never as complete as it Don't forget that you can get the BAIT fssii made Its appearance ou Friday" of Section:an. Tp. ;J It.. R. 13... '
NKB and American Farmer for one year last week. liev. U. A. SImmons West. He namew the. fnlluwlnv. witneanea toprove. hiaonntlnuoua ','

is now, comprising good values in .' for *1, If a n.eW' subscriber, and the same vllle' being tlJA'dlt >r and >retor.) Of land, ... nnlilenon J'If Diivia upun, J.....and.PeoIo cultlvatkn t. I. Daniel of ,said O. "I.Im.
r course we wish It all manner of success. L. Daniel allot 'jIr........... Fla.
For an. old one If he pays op and renews W,G. Roblnaon.

I (II i Neckwear, Shirts, Gloves, Belts, : for one year, cash In advance V..a.. I a I,, NOTICE Ed. fee paid. FOR Kevlater. '

Advertising pays. The BANNER: seeks>
Jack frost hall visited ns manv times "

Suspenders, Hats and' Hosiery.... a ads. purely on this basis and not on the this winter making the fields! and forest. Land om"at aaineavllla.Department Fla.." the D_.Interior 7.1'Xli t f -

basis charity.. Wn '. wli! lte.I Notice la herel>:i given, that thafoHowiniMiamedaettlrr
of expect togivs every
nicely bas flled girt, ice<">f his Intention to make ?v t
Mr. James Cox Is getting along
man value received for his money final pmuf Inaupeortothiedaim and that said
', with his new.storn building. and will soon proof will be mail.*'before The County Judge ..tVerno1l.
n Campbell & Butler spent In the purchase of space In this pa- be ready to move( In. Fla. on January 16 1W3. via: Philip
J per. I The cotton crop of 1003 has. not all been Cozuf ti xtnn. Fa.. Hd.: Wl>3\ 'for the mar ofwi
nwl-4 ol Kl 4 A ewi.4of Sac.
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ChI Pxxxxe leyf Fla. Rmemberthls/ .ginned yet &It uncle "Uljth" Pippen is N, R. 1} w. .
: Beginning Jan. 1, for yet glnnlnw long cotton. Be ntme the following wltneam to prove his

the. next S%duys'all\ old. subscribers par The steam ginnery at this place opt'r'ated cnntlnuoua rmklence upon and cultivation ut said
lug and renewing foe and by'8. W. Simmons and sons bas
...... up 'one year, Scott Charlie IfinOntiBr. all uf Or an ire Hill. Fl.
1 shutdown for this season. '
w.GROntasow. n1Id.
-- a II new aubscribers wll 1 get the BANNIIBand .
I I MIBS !Stella Mason daughter of Mr. fee Dald. Meiiiater.NOTICi. 'i.
Mr. T. A. 'Trover, of Waukeena, spent Miss Wilkie Watson, after spending a American Farmer for one year, cash ,
; i McK. Mason, of Anderson Is visiting her f .FOR '!1t1.1CATION.'x'
r \ ; ;dS1 I Sunday here the. guest of friends.. month here with her father, and friends In advance. uucln.and. aunt.. Mr?and Mrs. W. K. Bar Department of the Interior. I "":y 1t..:

has returned to Geneva, Ala. net this week. Lan .caatGainMrine.F>a. Dec 14, 1903, f 4Nothel.
f fA Work on the new residence of. W. O. The country people are raising "cane"and Mr. John.Brit and Master Grover Jones .. lierabyr. rUea thattbefollolvinirnamrdstttec 1.t
.0. . . Butler Jr., Is being pushed rapidly. Come .early. If yOU want one of those with good cause too, because the seems to be the crack shots on a bird.' haa filed.. MK.IC.of hla Intention to make .

Happy Now Year. N Judge Hathaway. of Westvllle, spent genuine gold leaf frames at the price gilt town won't furnish buckets for the pubic hunt; they unite from one to fourteen ., apalacMbsupport.dhi.claim'and proof will... mada. before Glrrk Circuit that Court,Bald at ,:"""Jlw?
n single soot, and often come In with. well Vernon Fla.. on January 23. 1W4, viz Carey C, ,, I''
To each amid all of our readers. we send Saturday here transacting business. ones have been selling at.-Pleas. wells, so they can get water for their !tilled bans. < j, Carter,of WauHau. Fla. ,lid. 21072. fur the ae J* .'.

cordial greetings and kindly Rood wishes stock to drink when they here and of ow 54. aectkn 32, tp. 3 n.. r. 13 w.
There!! has been considerable changing! Farmers! Just a word of advice to you. Nr..f. B. Glen tbe'IIBge of Wausau, Hepam., .. the loUowinK wltnemea to prove hi*
In the year now upon us, may you have Don't plant too( ( much cottop. Don't : spend the day. bas sold a lot of nice Xmas goods during | conttnuoua: reHidence upon and cultivation of said '.
of retldences hero during the past week.W grow the holidays( which caused. Santa. Claire land vlau David Miller. Vamea Cart..... Thomas
all the happiness deserved and may' you It at the expense!! of your food crop. Well, the old year wa not so very bad to visit mtny homes and make. the chll-1 Owenas; J. N. Carter,all of Nau...... Flo.W. 3
deserve of It .a measure, "(iood, pressed F. Franklin, of Harvester, waa-one I dren ilappy. | .. U. Robinson, I"Reglatee.
The Hoard of County Commissionerswere after all, was It? Its failures we may. .
down, shaken together and runningover. of the business visitors In Chipley Satur Mr. D. l'MeV1llao| who Is
." In session several days this week correct; for Its sins we may hope to atone; school at Df'Funla-k. came. In NOTICE!:FOR PUBLICATION.

day.Mr transacting regularroutine business. -Its waste gone, and Iw tears. have the holidays with his Lather attending. I DepartntrntoftheInterior.; ) ''t
With-tho dawn ot a New Year, wo In. J. R. McColsky returned. Sunday I r evaporated, so lets be happy"If we can; McMillan' at the head of Land Office. at Ualnearllle Fla.. Dec. 2H, 1903. I r
stlnctlvoly feel that we should( begin from business to pen".. People are finding out that they can Pete Is a close student and will one day i Notice la. hereby ariven that the followina-nameil
morning a trip -
we can at least try. be a graduate. settler baa filed notice of bra Intention to make +
anew; we long to grow to new heights cola. keep two-thirds their. money .when thejget I final proof In auppnrt of hot. claim and that said '
enlargement frame of Pleas Mr..J R McGeachyrfturnedfrv_ Pen Mr. Curtis L. Jones and Oscar Roftch proof will be made "before Clerk Circuit Court, atVernon.
we set up new Ideals, and we wish to an or
Mr. Monroe Campbell of Pensacola two marriageable young men of thl commnnlty i .FlaenFeb." 6. 1W4, via Francis. U .
r make our life In the tw elvc-months. to } Cnandlee" sacola Sunday, here be had been to attend i a candy drawing given% "widow of Willi.. C. Blikman. dec'd'r
Mr. Chas. Miss.
'r: come In Thursday to visit his brothers. of Qnlfport had Mr. of Orange 11111. of Vernon Fla.. Ed. :27340 'for the w of ne>i A "I
I Identify a who been arrested by. Preston Warren r
clime something better than. It has been .. came over and spent. New Years day with negro : ,>M of nvH. Sec.34. TP. 3 N., R. IS W.
here. They found plenty of candy and pretty .
.. there as the murderer of bill brother: U_.. mea the following witnesses to prove hi.
In the past. Weeach have ouramblLlorlR his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. CIII ndltJe. girls;good order prevailed and they report conrlnuotuv waidence upon antculti.atioa.t said
and our asperatlons. Shall we not striveto Miss BerthaOlllls\ of Westvllle, was ] Robert. The negro under arrest provednot the best time of their. II YfllI. land viz: 3.hn T. Carter. Henry Williffmii. M. r
Instead of resolving make yourself P. '<'*Uliama, l eor.....Stewart, all ot Vernon. Fla.
achieve? the guest of Miss Hattie Gardner last to be the one wanted., Messrs. Yeats and Hull woodsmen for W..G. Robin....... y
richer for the. year, try and make the the. turpentine Arm of J. '.1'. Britt & Co., Ed. fee nald. R """ter.I .
"The way to do a thing Is to do( It.. Sunday. I The little child of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. attended then ater er given at Vernon .

and only by sturdy persistence' and 'patient The mad rush for money In this 'world world netter ana your fellowman n ppt. Williams died Tuesday night; tb'e cause fh'Iaa: night' of Deep t..toT.t hued I NOTICE: FOR PUBLtC-ATioN.
I er. say their first visit I r Departinnnt of the Interior. I
endeavor. may we hooe to .accom places tons of rubbish on the human coo- something like croup It was hurried They report a nice supper consisting of Land Officv atGalneavllle. Fla.. Dec. 2H. l'JU3. f
plish. It would be well If each would science. Now girls, you have 300 days In whichto at Salem Wednesday evening. The oyster, cake coffee, .and many other Notice la .hereby given. that the following-named

'take down the good old lilble and read find and claim as yours, some good, BANNKR their friends good things! too numerous to mention, settler haa filed notice of bin intention to make
In the tender
Tax Assessor J,, VV, Williams started : Joins and nice clever} people. final proiif in support of hi*claim and that said
the definition l clever fellow. 'TIs Lr-ap Year; prarf will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at
carefully there given of you
of In the loss of their little
out on his round assessing the taxes. for sympathy I .. a Vern..... Fla. on F'l>b. 6, 190 viz: Alexander .S
Charity-rendered In the Revised Version know. Whaler of Orange. Hill. Fla.. 1I<1. '2H988 fur the.
1004, Monday. one.The Tai: : 'folie... nwH of spa!(. Sec. M. Tp. N.. K. 12 w.
Love-and make of this the leadinglaw 1 Miss Addle' Carroll, (of Texas, who ban town should either furnish buck i fie namea the following wltneaaea tor prove hiaconrlnuona .
of tho new life. Let us think the If yon can't. feel cheerful act chnerful John R. Thompson, tax collector' and leaklence poll and cultivation of aaul .c. J,
been her cousin Mrs. A -I. Mil
because etc for the public wells go that people John W. Williams tax. assessor are out land viz. Alonai, U.irno Kmmut Kent Frank:
of the
kind thought; speak: the kind word ;'' do any way good your. exam ler, for some days left for her. home I I Gainer John Walker alt of Oranui Hilt Fla.
coming hare could their taxes of
ple will do others get water for on their round, collecting the W. ;j. Kohimum
the kind act; give the good gift. If we Wednesday evening. stock. to drink or put In drinking fountains. 1003, and assessing! the taxes for 190f. Ed. foe" paid. Koginter.LUMBER '
would bind np the wound or heal. the Mr W.'H. Ever tt Is still quite 111, but .,
They will be at the following places at
The republicans of Washington county .We! call the attention of the proper -
art of another we must have clean understand he Is better than be '
we some the 'meet
tl l me mentioned. Don't fall to !
held a convention. at Vernon Tuesday to authorities to this and ask them to
bands and.a porn heart, ourselves. If was a few days ago.
select delegates to the state and Congressional see this matter Is attended to at once.P. them.West
we would lead another or point the way There Bay, ..... ... .Tan. 8. I
trouble ahead for the who ) orlng
to the wanderer we must have clear man conventions. T. Barnum once said; "If you have Wausai.........Ian. 11. ,
a begins 11MK by worrying over ti lugs that Green Head.' 13.CblDley. jCeiling tSldlnq. -
vision and UDblurred ores, ourselves. If went In 1003. Harry Wells, after spending the holidays f 19 to put to use, pay f 10 for .the article .. Jan. 13 & 14. ."'

we would'Inspire faith In another, we wrong here with his parents, returned to and to! for the advertising. can outtalk Poplar Head-..Jan. 1%. 'dI
Mr. Cll If' Davis had the misfortune toIlet Tallahassee\ Sunday bat The CarvvllU. .. .... ..... Jan.. 16.Davis' Finishing and Dimension stuff furnished
to hid studies man a printer.
must have faith In ourselves. resume any man ihort notice. You build without +
Mill... ... ..... ....Jan. 18.Kconfina on can
Believe in yourself Set: your standard a scantling fall on his foot and break at the. Fla. State College. who can stick type. and the next morning ,. ... ...... .. .Jan. 19.Nixon I having| to ship your lumber from other.,
of the 20. I places., all' It is manufactured. right hereat
some small bones. talk to a thousand while I
men, am
high and work steadily upward.: If your We continually hear "new railroad"talk Bay 1 1 end..... .. Jan 21. I home and the money spend Is ;
tOil '
path. lies through. the valley\ always keep Those picture frames are "going like lately; work to begin right now, to talking to one, la the man that I am Orassv Point,... ... Jan. 23.HI kept in' circulation here at which

In mind that the mountain top are hot cakes." That's the way everythingelse morrow, etc. Talk Is cheap but It takes afraid of.and I want to be his friend." Andruws.. ...... .:. Jan. 23. adds.to the business of our city and to the ,
]I! lllvllle. .. .J an. 25. I general benefit of our cttbens. Ho! build d
above you. .If Ton cannot see your path- sells that Pleas keeps. money to build railroads, or buy land.: A pretty little home wedding was solemnized Parker, 20.. you a good horse now, and be up with the

way, look upward to the stars-the %What' the to at Vernon last after. rapid march of our city's progress. Wo
way Miss Anna Lee llrownell, of VYoatvIHe use PRY a traveling man Sunday will I furnish you the lumber at market

la never wholly darkened. Strength:! for was the guest of Miss UattleGardner, '(3.00 for an enlargement when your home noon. )Ir. Joe Miller, of Wilder, and von SAI.I w price. Come see us. '

the one st,a Is all you need. Pray_ for here the Brat. of the ;week. man will furnish as good or better gradeat Miss Jessie Jackson. daughter pf Mr. The Crampton Property. mcnmnt land_ltnat GULF COAST & NORTHWESTERN

this And when your llfo 'Is tossed by $1.SO. A "word to. the wise."-Pleas. and MN. ,J. L. Jackson went united in 'era to d. one MficniB mile .thL A. CMMPTON.d Chipley.Fun dn Snd Lao all Win.o<- LUMBER & SAWMILL CO.

the tempest look out upon the tossing Mrs. John L. Lyttleton who has been T. J. Watts and Miss Dell Farrlor were marriage Judge J. 1(. Wells officiating. land**wlJL Any\ be trexpaiwlnir dealt with or to cutting-the lullmt" timber extent on of law.this M. R F r It chard. Man

waves, Urm In the. faith that thorn. Is One visiting her brother Mr. Ernest Fannln married Wednesday evening at the home They start on their journey through life

walking on the water whose voice can and sisters left a few days ago for( her of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. l\f:1 together with the best wishes of'a host -
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Marvin Tharp visited Pensacola Wed Quarterly Report of City Clerk. T I t,:

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Oct.. 1, To amt. on deposit with Dekle'& Co. .... .. .. ..... .. ..fllTOO
Emmet Wilson visited his father here 1. To deposit.. .. .. .... .... .. ... .. .... .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. 3101 E
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B.b .rJay.: .. .. .. .. .. .'*. ..".. . .. .. .. .. .. //111M ,
Gen. R. L Scarlett:! was in from the NOV... 2.; .. .. .... . .. .. ..:.:.:. ...::.. ..:. : .. .. 0175Deo. .o.os.o I
4 *.. .". .. .. ..... .. .: .... .....:. .. .... .. :..: .... 2000 Houlfay.C. .
Hill Saturday.The 0. .. .... .... .... ..... ........ .... .. .. .... ... .. .... 8000 '
".12. ..... .... 85 00 P. Lewis! Is on the sick list. J
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city council met In regular session Oct 1. By tf Check paid S.. P..Johnson.. .. .. ....., ... / ...: .. .. ... 37-j For all we can do is to tell TOO in plain] figures ; TEv
':thursday'nI8ht.. "..' 7.. F. M. Farrlor. .... ....... ., ,... _. 4133 Very nice cool weather Indeed. '. ...
7.- Chlpley Banner....*. ..... .. .. ...4:, .,:.: 825 Work Is progressing ver'1l1lcelv T. ; -
The Board of Public Instruction was 7.ah I). D. fear Is.. .. .. .. .. ............ .... 335V on and words tbat' .' .:J
In session Monday. 7. j' 1) D. Davis.... .... ............ .... .M 18 00 M. Creels new residence. .. ,
7. .1.4* ".. It. C. Home .. .... .... .. ,. .. .. .. ,.."j 8JT: Miss Laura Wachob Is attending the .. ;
"' WANTED:-ISO fence posts. :Must be 7. John 11. Glen Jr. ... .... .f .. ... mm high .
7. Harper & Coleman,..... ..,..;;;;,., ...... 270 school at this place. -fKarrior Bros.H. .- j'

extra II",6twood.-Plpas., ".. t> W. W. Harvey. .. ........". .. .. ... .. ." ISO 'A nice line of fresh groceries at A. N.: '. : i
W. -7. u A. n.t'uinpboll. ..:. .. .... ... .. .... 180O <
II. Faulk spent Saturday at Pensa .0 A.D.CarDllcheo.l..: 1 W atson's on Main street. '
7.: A. ..... .. .. .. 18OO .
cola transacting business. 7. u R. 8tanderfer..v.... .. .. ..:.1..! .. .. ..!, 1300 The young folks attended a social down Is the place you should trade at.. ,
7. ", A. M. Watson.. .. .. ..".. .I. ..... sort <
Mr. W J. Stottbns: our thanks for 3 .". 7 i It u R. I.I'o..lIpr... ... ,.. .... .. "MI. .. ....- 508 at Levi Yates, jr., last week. : .- "

bushels very fine yams. 7. ". I. R. 0. Home .. .. .. .;.... .. ...... .....; 5S5 Editor Williams Westvllle. BECAUSE : ::
7.'a .". D. D. Davis ....... ..... ..I. .. .... ........ 37O paid onr .1
.- Mr. M. M. Owen, of Westvllle, spent .". 7. Jack Jenkins.; ,......... .. ........ ...... 400 town a short vlsit'laet. Monday. .
Sunday. here ? 7. Thos. Harvey.. ... .. .. ... .... ... ..... ,. 200 ; Mrs. H. J. Brett visited home folks and Its at their store you can always get the best:;; ))
with friends. 'Nov. o. ." Tho*, Harvey. ....... ........ ,....... ..... ... 42O : ., ,
tf. S Dept. Marshal L. WUelogel 13.-. .". ,>.. It, Thos. Harvey.. .... .. .. .... .... ... .. .... 3OO friends In Westvllle last week. goods : s ; y
paid 0 :
J4. Thack .. ... ... 1400 f | Mr James T. Pitman of Cerro Oordo : .J' : 1
us a pleasant call Dec. o. Myrle. : -T" '
Monday. 10. A. I). ... .. ... 2500 .
.". ;10. .-" ". It W. W. ( .. .. .. .... .. .t..... 804V was a visitor In our midst last Sunday.. .At Tlio Oliexipest! ; Ifrlce,. : ';1:
Sheriff J. A, McKelthen few as' Coleman. 1 .
spent a 10. harper & .' 1
i as .
I The holidays '
.. are over' and the people 1
a. .0 Thlbos.I.MM.MIM 4
days this week at Verpon.Mr. 10. S. 733: '
\ 10. as a' a' U C. Borne... .... ...... .......... ".."./ 238ft. are getting down to business once more. As well as good clean goods.. .

Charlie Russ, Vernoo, was one '* 14. ". Will Myrlck. ....,..., .. .... ........ ,.. 10001 1 Mrs. Laura Daniels moved to her home ,
of the visitors here Sunday.Mr. 17. ." Thack Myrick.. ......"......... .. ....f..u And the best of it all get money's -
.',' 19< 2 w"1 Myrlck. ..............,.. ...... ... 330 stead a few miles south of here last week. you your 1

John W. Gainer, of Econflna! spent 81. By amt. deposited to bal,,,,,-.. .,,'....;. ...:.. .;..!.....,: ., 12304: Mrs. II. C. Cain was taken very 111 one worth orYOUR ;' _._. ..
day -
'"" last week with something like paral- I
Friday In .
town on business.\ ': > ; ".2" 0352493/ '
-_ 'r_ .. ., ysis. .
R.:U, Harrell.pent.Sunday here with looL I Miss Neta Redmon, of Mississippi has MONEY Bf\GK. { .
his sister, Mrs. J. W.: Williams. Ian 1003. 1. .To amt. brought down....(. ...,... ...::...; :..'.........113304 been visiting relatives here for several. ._ .
'. Walter Williams of Oracevllle Oct.. 1. To cash cemeteryfund..t...... .. .. ............. 2645 f Don't forget now: thai Us at '
was .7. IJy cash pald.J. E. Calley.-;.,... ,......... ...?_.., ,. .... 1470 Plans are on foot to put Pennsylvania ......
one of the visitors here Sunday. Dec. l. liy cash on hand to bal. ..."...i... ........ .... .:.. .,... 1175 A"e. In fine shape. Let the good workgo _

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor. are the. V 1-2B45 :2845! : ; We on.are glad to note that Mrs. A. I). j' FARRIOR BROS

'proud'parents of a pair of twins. 1004. Adams Is Improving very rapidly at this t -.

Jan.. 1. 'To cash 110 haDd. .. .. .,.;.... '" .........u<.... ..:.....$1175 "x writing./ I n -. .

r JHHTIN:-: The finest. lot .o( picture .. R. C. IIORNE, Regular appointment of. Rev. D. A. ; I

:T frames ever seen In Cblpley..-Pleas.iM I|I Town Clerk and Treasurer. t Simmons.next Sunday at the Baptist - - -
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