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Title: The Chipley banner
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Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1903
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1. Gen. John B. Gordon Dead. _, Political Ml cell ny. A1eI8 tt a
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M'allli.I ",.., Jan. 0,-General John. n. Not more than half of the members put ,

Gordon, lieutenant general! .of tbs! lost, In appearance on the 4th at the roassemblj ,

cause twlo4. governor of Georgia and .ig of the Fifty-eighth Congress. Rev. I t
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three times' U. S. Senator, died tonight at Dr. Edward Evcrltt Hale acted for the t1eceived

To All Our Subscribers hi* winter home seven miles from tills first time as chaplain of the Bnn )I'I. I

place after an Illness\ of only four. days Hardly any Important bill are ready for

duration.( action and some weeks must be 'spent to

The direct cause' of General Oordon'd) balk before the appearance of the appropriation '

1 death was enramlo poison. lie was seized bills.\ Mr. Li>d
: ,1 GREfVTFfRMER bv the fatal attack last Wednesday led off la a speech on the'Panama canal

morning, and the first diagnosis Indicated extravagantly: eulogizing the President .

acute' Indigestion. Not until nooo for the remarkablo wisdom which he has Solid -

: l'r\ME 8 today did the physicians abandon all exhibited through' the whole transaction. 3

\ R"I OAN. hope of Ills recovery. lIe will be followed by Senators Morgan Cars of

; t 'The end came at 10:03 o'clock tonight and Carmack and as the former has beena I I Ii

after ten hours of restless! painless nicking close student of Panama affilrs for

Into eternal sleep.' years., rime now light will probably be

; \ Surrounded: by those he loved bent of thrown upon the conduct of the President WAGONS andBUGGJES !

all on earth, the great soldier, victor In In which Mr. Morgan regards as a i

( many battles surrendered to his last,enemy conspiracy of plunder. i

t 1IHDIA.NAPOI.IS. IND.. and closed his eellin death. :-!. That Must?
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OBBW: WORSE AT NOON.
?' rhe L"oelleO' Agricultural Journal ef the Matlon, Edited by; anCorpv ,rabl.t The Democrats smiled during the read-
.ofWrlt .. Just before the hour General Gordon
r noon :
J Ing of the President's: message on the 4th
appnojred worsn than he bad been for -189 SoldlH!
"' ))1i. Inst., when he laid before Congress the
the last twenty-four hours. Ills
pulse facts and Incidents which caused him to'

?!"' WITHIN TilE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE. OFFERTwo was weaker and the heart'action heal emote new republic called Panama.

y batingThe physicians who have corn The contention that the canal can be Our Prices are Right!

I'r.' .' taiitly been at hU bedside noticed with
for the Price of One : I built "forthwith" as the President !said

anxiety the alarming sy nip to inn. But even I H the treaty Is ratified,.when att.the We also have hand I
$ THE BANNER, the leading county paper, and THE AMERIwOTe'SuMEBBoth" ; they did not abandon hope and applied most conservative estimate It will taktwet on

every known remedy of human skill and !! ,.If not torte years,was enough to
One the VERY BEST STOVEon
YeaE
; medical Intelligence.
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make any one smile. It seems the President -
l for Slowly 'but surely the end was ap
knew a revolution was about to
proaching. Through the hours of the the market at prices
burst da for he had read
at a given to,
This offer Is made toallnew
unparalleled subscribers and all\ old ones who afternoon the manifested ,
,
,
; pay up all arrears and renew, beginning January !, itlOl.) Address: symptoms : many newspaper articles to that effect
r themselves In a more ertiphatlc and that will please. And
and had seen recent' travelers from Columbia -
a alarming manner and-when the last bulletin -
THE CHIPLIEY BANNER and Panama. All told the ease
was Issued at 7:30 o'clock, It; was story.Therefore he headed It. off, except r we keep: at all times a

death but few '
appa.rentha' was a
very
the killing of one Chinaman, by sendingthe '
ChIpley Fla. I
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hours ,
away American, navy to the Isthmus to i very complete line of
The patient had been practically all
protect American. Ilne'n" and Interest.
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the afternoon and In semi
evening a
The president asserted that Columbia
4 WOMUKKPCL: MCKVK.l :. WIll Push Charges comatose condition, occasionally 'recog HARDWARE.
had the power to ratify the! Uayllerron
"- l h displayed by ntaav a men enduring
nizing members of his family, but notable
c "pi.'iin!' HooMentitl Cut: Wounds ""ltIe", ,Against Judge Swayne. treaty and give us the canal strip at our

''turns, !bcaldi.: More feet or rlltT Joint. The prosecution' of' the Impeachmentrharges to speak, Tbe physicians announced own price, and In failing to do so affronted !
But the e', no need fir It. against Cba". of
tine Salve will kill the and cure the Swayne: the United Status. As the matter Is ,

trouble.' It* the 'I.*.' Salve on eArth for the Florida Federal Court,,are to I bit actIvely and was aloll- approaching. dls now all settled the Senate has only to

Piles too. tae at t>. K. McGeacuy A Co. poshed Simeon Belden and Oea. solution, ratify the treaty, and the business will of

;, dugglet. ; J. Hale'!Sjpher: ,.ex-Eeprosentatlve from: I WJklTItfO FOR THE KND. course ha done. Harper Coleman.

Stockton Louisiana are to assht la the case There was nothing to do but wait. The.
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a Corporatlonlskt. :-:
against IIwaYIlThe: ; have bad a con last remedy had been. resorted to without -
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avail. A good many Democrats favor General .
ference with Chairman': Jenkins
of the
Mr. Stockton poses as the- only friendof Miles for President, on the ground that
Around his bedside his faithful wife,
committee-on
Honse the but
the "dear people" and, Instead of judiciary, he Is not an avowed partisan, If be even
who bad shared with her husband the
s flowing what be has done for no Important action has yet been taken. .
ever them. voted that bill record Is blameless, that
The committee will meet on Wednesday horrors and perils of battles:.stood In.II. s rA ttt tt r dt
itoi'Us' to drag down a tormldable opponent he Is our greatest living soldiers and a
lence. motfoaloss, witness! t with breaks I
k to hearing In the
arraogo I tor a case.
by denouncing him as. "a corpora-, loa heart. the last great struggle hero of a hun'flred.battles, that he has no

tlonist."' lie forgets, or rather, would lilt sons and- daughters watched' enemies In either wing of the party and llonaparto, the head of the commission! friend.. ," he says, "Mr. Stockton has accused -
KaTIO
have the people forget, that, be, himself. J3OM : TROUBLES the end that he fffiself would be all the platform merely says, "Mr. Smith:: has made hN inn of building a lighthouse for
through to knowing their father
It Is.exceptiomtl to find a family where
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Is not free from similar disability It record. Mr Flagler's benefit Mr. Flagler owns
a there are no domestic ruptures ocu ionalIv. was beyond alt human assistance that would be required. That he Is not a
I
's be one. As president of a national bank, but these CAn be lessened by buyingUr Both Dr. Grambllng and Dr. Jackson vociferous partisan or a professional. polItician :-1 I!I I a railroad from Jacksonville to Miami
of King's Saw Life 1'llls around. Much troii and a lot of mighty nice hotels along Its
'G of the founders the close
as-one -
corporation might not Injure 'him. Gamaliel Platt and Odp.ll bow when
!I ble toe sere by their C1..al work In stmn remained In the bed-room with tho trained respectfully
known as Jackxonvllle Clear-f BCD and liver troubles. not Bradford line. Will any one of you. please toll\ me
They only relieve that his achievements
nurse, though there was nothing they urges military they accidentally meet, but they do notembrace.
ins Association as an owner and officer you. but cure tag at b, E. McUeuch If you can, what on earth Mr. Flagler
would his sufficient
of Co. could do In the last hours. constitute ,
a great phosphate mining concern & drug store. .
t a id- worst of all-as a stockholder. anadlreocor *" CatllllypeacefollT, wltn no platform. The Whig convention that would want of a lighthouse. That closed
d nf tbe 'fumpa Commercial Company 'i appa.rentItrulfgle : : the Incident, the reporters and
sA say
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Maxwell To Re met at h[arrlsburgDecember4,1830norm-\
Judge lgn.PensacoU
the brave warrior lifted
; and as such the r-clpleiit of rebates feebly Webster Davis, the eloquent orator 'simultaneously closed the little fellow's.
on freight--the awful crime with which 1<'1.., Jan. 9.-Judge Evelyn his hand as though to ann6unce the nodwas mated General Harrison for presidentand .
who moved aud'' In 1000, hasso'd
great t?
he charges Senator! ,TI&IIM..rro-be has Lit mouth. ,
adopted ho platform whatever. (HIs .
Maxwell of the court of Florl
supreme at hand closed his and died
always, and now Is, that hated and de- eyes his farm near Kansas City for 937,000 "Then there was another man, a slick
8 >lied thlnir. a da. tonight stated that In a few days he died with smile upon his lips( and absolutelY opponet was Van Buren.) Harrison was
and will hereafter live In New York, taking -
looking, sanctimonious sort of
a
will hand the governor his resignationfrom unshaken In his faith In God and elected and >I' .an, Van, was a used up guy
a prominent part In Democratic politics. they
who told me was Florida's Governor -
the supreme bench. Judge Luclu hope of eternal peace. man *Soot Miles; he never did run,
Bt'EsI > and who appeared to be trying his
rv' he would.
bat perhaps
J. Reeves, who_succeeded Judge Maxwel -
t-: I little beat to get Into the 'also run' class.
;; A TRIP as circuit judge when the latter went on SAVED FROM TERRIBLE DEATH I-I
He spent considerable time trying to
Alfred t the supreme bench, will also resign: and The fninily ot !Sirs. M. L. Bobblt. of' Bnrgerton The Republican party In making Por- make It that Tullaforro had boon
y the.two will form a co-partnership fpr T nii-. SMW bar dyingand wore land baa produced a wild jangle: of words appear
to Rico. "free", has virtually' deprived I reduction of the Cuban tariff _
.
: the* practice of law here. howerles.tosave her. 'fbe moat skillful onciinent, events. He speaks of "the ,I I'b"f ; claiming a
payslulao! and very remedy used, failed.wuiie her of sell-government. The scheme Is 1. f1d .... with' its dti robot on cattle and In doing so had said that
V..DY "M" o never/ BUV r consumption was slowly but surely under the absolute control of President
Quite The Idea.A taking her life. In this terrible hour 1>1'. unfurled carrying. liberty, reverence, law, Cuba Imported about seven mllllnrt bead
King's :Sew Discovery.. foi Consumption Roosevelt and limits representation at wherever pulses reach." Perhapsthis a year, only a million and a half of whichcoma
wave
circular barn has been completed by turned despair Into, Joy The first bottle Washington to a simple commissioner.II .
from Florida, and that statistics
Is In allusion to the In which the
brought linniedUte relief and its way
James Sears! whose farm Is near Lapel, continued
Is not allowed the of either
on .Boor\ showed that Florida did not contain
use o inpl tely cured her. its Uie moatuertaln British flag carried freedom to Mouth Af- over
lad. The walls, or rather wall, of tbe cure Iii the world for. nil thront and house auJ can:: make bin wishes known half, a. million bead. That seemed to be
L F"REE barn are twenty-fire. feet high an4 slxty- lung! trouble Guaranteed bottle Boo and only In aroundlboutway. This bumble riee
Trial bottles perfectly awful until the Senator got his
running ))1 free at b. JC JUcdeucbyifc ,.
five text In diameter,the root to '
.
Co. Individual Is a startling contrast ,to the
drug store. Innings.! He began by calling on the au-
XT you would, like to take a cone. There Is no such thing as a post dozen members from Porto Rico who satIn Taking Care Of Himself. dl'I nee to notlcf. particularly the miserable

a trip>, to ,purop A thWorld' / or pillar In the barn. In order to preventthe The ..U... : the !Spanish: parliament at Madrid
: pultlfoglng met nods of campalcnlnltemployt.d
Fair
Paratogm, weight of the roof from spreading the The poison of some of the common helping to shape wise legislation for their A wide-awake and popular "commercial
him.
t oo New York Cltr or JkahvCl *- and also.sooie of the most lontbxome against Up Jumped the
walt, Hears who Is a practical blacksmith province Spain: seems to have been a tourist" from Baltimore, who had
without having to Governor and pulled out a newspaper
put
diseases'
contained In
are frequently
+' 0 0 forged three heavy steel hoops, monarchy that believed In some sort of Just returned from a trip through: South '
tip any ot your waCT., the uioutb. ID such case anything that flipping to prove hl.1'Jlnehl1r.. The
write the Jacksonville IftropoUa *- and with -these he encircled tbe structures Is moistened by the saliva of the Infected self-government; the United States appears Florida was chatting with a group of Senator:: waived It aside saying 'Don'tconfront
s a band would ba put around a big Water brother artists the lobby of the Duvala
0 j 0 for particular. person may If It touches the to bn. a republic that believes 10' in me with a newspaper clipping,

1, Q tank. The barn Is cyclone proof for lips of another convey disease. The' Imposing laws upon Its dependents. few evenings ago when some one men- sir, when you, yourself, heard my speech

Bore,.. has no chance to get a bold on more direct the contact the greater the tinned Manatee.
:-: at Punta Uorda In August: and have
the. structure. Inside a driveway runs danjcer. It Is believed that much ran "Manatee! exclaimed the tourist,
doubtless studied r Ft In flail
print since to
clear .rouod. The stalls for horses-'and tx* done to prevent contagion by teaching 'The editor of the New York Tribune!! Walt till I I tell you. I was' there last
flaws In It If In which I distinctly
rattle are arranged In a circle there Is aIg brtblts of cleanltneM.! But If such 'speaking at the New England dinner inNew week when they had that political meetIng you could. -

THE: METROPOLIS fend room In the center and a 11110 ex- (Instruction !le to be effectual It must York ears he wants to know' If the and I had the time of my life-never said that Cuba's Importations. of
be continuous. The teacher lu th. cattle amount In value to seven milliondollars
pub nation Is to /find a safe course "by roamIng -
ends from the ground to the roof's cone. enjoyed' anything ts I did that since I
CARTER> 8f RUSSELL lic school should notice and correct violations a year, of which the United States:
-Mr. Rears claims that he can shelter. the ocean to drag In.seml-troplca1: was a kid. And I tell you that man Tal- I
of these rule habitually, : furnish about and half million ,do[
as
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one a
feed ,
and lath
CCfTLA stock
more stow more
PUBLISHING' away and revolutionary communities: to be '
laferro, the Senator Is from
ACtS50 N V U.t..e. ,barn than /In ,.tbd ordinary farm violation of the! more formal school made states In the American union;" and Peachtovn. a peacherlna 'Iars. And I want to tell you, sir, that. I
structure. rule.) are corrected. s
denounce such m.-thods of misrepresent
roaledlctldnH the head ,
he rains of
upon
"There
was a skinny little fellow
named ,
ttl I..VA... adauwrth ft',
on a. you u a y v
. . 'iVVjF any such unpatriotic American. Mr. Stockton:: who, It seems, thinks he 'la "
Cla.iffrlasr H'.. the high position which you occupy
Reid la willing/ to steal semi-tropical and
/ running for Senator, and who was whining -
Te ma'am." said the peddler 'thIs And then the crowd'broke loose again. -I
revolutionary communities only wh- n because Tallaferro. had secured '
P..l\J. ley & Co. here billiard hair ball., .tonic" will raise hair on a they can bo held as. vassals. Is this the appropriation for a lighthouse down on an "I am told" concluded the speaker,
"that the disclaims the
Senator posses-,
and noblest form of American-
highest
,, the coast near Miami 'for Flagler's ben
"But will It raise hair on a pnmp- slon of oratorical gifts but before knows
klnT", asked' the lady of the house. Ism? silt," as he said. Well/ sir, when It came i "
Wholesale and Retail Liquor IVferchanta. how ta take cars of himself, all right.
lOW.". I should say sor _' s-: the Senator's turn he .simply wiped up

QUINOY FLORIDf\ "{'1I take' bottle and get my husband the earth with the skinny one, and I
German Is said to be again negotiating
to try It.Jedge.AVEKYCU'8E. among other things he handled the light When yon are In need of stationary, of

Paul} Jones, Pure Rye, delivered at $3.75 for" 4 full for the purchase of the Danish West house racket. It was this way "My |I I any kind don't forget the BANNER.!:
in plain box ladles but a lively protest Is being madeIn
quarts, or jug, :: CALL."I '

10 years old. Best Rye, $4.20 for 4 full quarts, or stuck to ray engine, although everv Congress on behalf of the late lamented .

jug delivered, in plain box. joint ached and every nerve wa racked Monroe Doctrine Isn't this palling
with pale' ," wriUx U.: W. Bellamy, a loco.
cadaver for assistance DULL & CO. Bankers
upon a
r years, old, Rye, delivered at $3.20 for 4 full quarts. motive fireman, of Burlington, Iowa "1 ,

; or jug, in plaits bos. was weak and pale without, 'any appetite t-: r
and nil run down AI I was about to give GHIPbEY. FLft.
We also carry in stock a fulljnepf'aUkinds: of IIn. I got a bottle of Eleclrlo Bitters, and Charles Emory Smith former Postmas .
from $1.50 gallon and .up.' We guarantee alter Uklng Ir. I felt. .ns well as I uver did This
2 .. goods; per bank offers Its services for the transaction of all branches of legitimate
satisfaction or money back. Send us your or- 111 i my life." West,, slukly run down, pea.. ter-tieneraj protests Indignantly againstthe t bnnkluz. Collection receive prompt and careful attention and all remitted.1 1i' F
pie II"S" gala iww ill*, strength and vlgr charges of Mr. Tulloch and the approvVl for on uify of payment, at current rate of exchange.l tr

e, der this morning and get goods tonight. ?' '. raar"'P.eCI from their l by use.S.Try JC.<"them 1106 i-itty( Satisfaction J Jk Co. of those charges by the Pre ldeot'. 4 + -# collcll year bu.lne ...... : .

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.Tb.Years- Cotton! -Acreage. What Will r- Congre. Uo AODK Our $!! lnle Ezeha.ges.. oo eoaxxoecx(XXX? :
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KYKRY THURSDAY. high price of cotton the cotton that it isn't the purpose of Congress why he did not Invade America. I : Correct Foot Wear. '

acreage will undoubtedly be 1 I to dc much this session in That picture of an American rifleman ,
should bit used a. a frontispiece, and the
q Subscription $1.00 per year, In advance.I greatly increased this year. It the way of legislation, beyond ret of the book omitted.-Journal.

has always been the case that passing the appropriation bills. ...

.. Entered at the _tom.,. at Chlplcy, Fla.. as when the price of cotton was And it isn't by any means cer- "If Senator Tallarerro continue to expose

i. aocond class men matter. high, and promised continue tain that it will pass'a rivers! and Stoektou's IncouulHtenti record u'.ht \ '

so for several years, the cotton harbors bill. It is said the War did at Manatee on Tuesday" lays the
W. We JONES. Editor.Advertlnlnir Miami Metropolis, "the l .tt"i'candidate'. *
has been increased. Tile Department wants appropriations -
acreage friends will be sorry that
W';:: rate furnished on application. increase has been due largely to I made for rivers and harbors duties do not keep him at Tallahrro'.I I

the abandonment of corn and but the feeling among the un"ll'the end of the campaign I II

rhuraday. January 11th, x9M. other crops. Therefore is Republicans seems to be to cut I -

t probable that less corn will be down appropriations the lowest The Savannah;' Press, with the new naval

Dentists should make great I planted in the South this year possible! point, so as to makea camp for consumptives In mind.rata: \.
"Instead desertfor
of going to the Arizona rcr1dYi'mT ,
" > politicians, that is,.if a pull counts than for many yean-u This is to good showing in the presidential open air cure for' consumption, you ....

for anything. be regretted for two reasons, campaign. i can, If affected, go to Pensacola-a much : ; .A.DbTJ13 iiAbT ODl.JE:1'T:

. .. .. namely, because it will be a re- I No bills wilt be permitted to : pleasanter place." This: If good advice an' .
-
how, quickly uninviting
One thing provoking about the It surprising
2l of come thaT are calculated to (or many who are not afflicted with
up
to the system
one
turn crop
t5r new and costly metal radium is ;','sumptlon.-TimesUnion."Senator Shoe will last a favorable
will cause the Republican party to con-I
farming and also because it ,
,, that it will not do to fill teeth. impression. So it isn't safe to run '
j doubtless result in a field 'of cot- lose votes, but any legislation I Taliaferro la working

Patience and perseverance ton, especially if there happensto that is likely to help that party securejtn appropriation for canal across chances. It's far better to select a
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f;( conquer all things except South .be two or three particularlygood I will be urged. The statementwas I the peninsula. Should he be successfulIt I Shoe that precludes such a result,one '

tf and Central American revolutions cotton seasons, that will given out a day or two ago l I ,would mean the savins\ 1 of thousands of that is noble and artistic in its con- ,

in Washington that there would ; dollars annually to the people at large. I in its outlines,rosy
they go on forever. bring the price of that product i ception; graceful
; ; If there Is anything worth having or securing -
t .. .. down to where cotton will cease not be any anti-trust: legislation. i by national leuUlatlon !Senator: on the foot and so made as to render .'

j' It is becoming painfully evident to be a profitable crop. The President doubtless thinks j i Tallafcrro will always be'found strivingto maximum service You secure all '

that Mark Hanna has let. goof When cotton was bringing 5 he has already antagonized the secure It,*' nays the Lakeland Sun these attributes in:the1 r

r- the prosperity lever long cents a pound, and even less, all I trusts to as great an extent as he II Shoes
Brand
_' enough to spit on his hands: of the Southern newspapers advocated -J can afford to by the suit against b.We.. have received some.. _...Stockton.. ..._ and Star ,
tt I oarn 1"I ate matter pu a witn tua riqutBi
remarked that diversified farming. The 'the' Northern Securities Com- to publish then, as they cost us nothing' -Sold Syr- }
Spine wag once farmers advised to raise I pany. During this year the De- :
were for composition. Thanks for the consideration i

head negro of servants unbleached come under domestics.the stock and grain and to give less partment of Commerce will deal for our financial Interests but I I Ti Li WellsFirst _Bro.

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attention to cotton. They took with trusts and from accounts our readers are entitled to matter worth J

4 r; Yes, and they.. won't. a. wash' either.. the: advice and they prospered. it will deal gently with them. of the press price subsidization of composition.we don't Thin. like I 1:11: a, sort anyway : } { . .. :, :';

Some men who want office are Their lands are now in better When there is complaint that is this sending out plate matter In the In""

f!( beginning to talk politics in this condition and they have more likely 'to arouse attention againsta interest of candidates In whose electionwe

', county; But the people are not money that at any previous time trust evil of some sort there have no interest.-Tallahansean. National Bank;,

;.' giving the subject any thought i since the close of the Civil War.If will be a publication of the trust's '

.. yet. they will stick to diversified affairs. In that way an effort Senator Tallafcrro is Inaugurating avery Ot"l\-.Inrinuun_ 1 ln_ .

.. .___. a __ fanning they will continue to will be made to satisfy 4.he pub- the United effective States campaign!:Senate for a his campaign rn'turn of to Condensed Bta<*in.n< al Close of Bu.ln..., Sept. 9th, 190. r

Some one has written a book but if they go back to lic. vtatidard that RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.: :
prosper a high appeals to every .... Stock ........... ...,..$0,000.00
"how to live on five hundred The chief work of Congress voter-In Bills Receivable and Uoudg. 107OS19 111 Capital \:.
on the; ,one crop system they: will .' democratic Florida. Mr. Talia- U. S. Bonds and 1'remlums13,5(10.00 S..rpluslt'und.. ........ ...: ...... 3,50000 Vn
f dollars a year." The thingwe find themselves struggling' for from now until the'close of the ferro Is growing In popular favor and the :, Furn ture and Fixtures........, 22438 Undivided ProlltS',.......-rtT... ""298362Circulation

1 would like to know is how to get cash to pay their taxes' and to'buy session, will be to manufacture !. dPlnocratseverywhere' should rally to Cash and Due from Bank..... 125,71970 .... .. .................. 13,50000

, that $500. supplies for their tables and ammunition fof the Presidential bid support. US ban been of great ser I.: Redemption Fund..............:.__' :") ::00I Deposit ... ...... ..... .... 179738.43
i- .. vice to the state and to all the people, :
.. We H89.801.77; .ISDSDl.71'
campaign.
their stock. may expect a
certain If and, if continued as our senator, can be '
There is one thing : Coma.teetdrBueIaess!: February 6th 1OO3.,, '
Of course there can be a con- great many speeches, therefore, of still\ greater service.-Volusla County Till Bank .
t Russia and Japan don't fight it orB1: wrlten agreement, Interest will bB Paid on Time Deposits.W
i> siderable increase in the cotton on a great variety of subjects. "If Record. t
won't be the fault of the news pa- H. IVIII/rON., Cashier.
without forging down the the farmers are favored with an I -
crop
f pers. We have done and are On general principles It may be said
unusual amount of this sort,, of
price of cotton to a point whereit
still doing: our best'to pull off the that when we have! a good senator or TAYLOR STEAM .ENGINES
literature they will know that
t would cease to be profitable,
congressman. It Is the wisest plan to keep F
f' scrap. .. r but that increase is likely tocome congressmen are busy serving him until he falls to measure op to the

V.t. The State .Democratic execu- from the opening\ of new lands their respective parties by meansof requirements the place. Those states COMPLETE TAYLOR
If the long distance oratory.Orally' ., that bave the strongest men In the senate -' SAW MILLS
: tive committee will meet January jy incoming settlers. cot-
and house not continually chang- GINNING J
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:". 22 to decide upon the time to hold ton farmers turn all their attention .Tribute To Cotton. tng( at every erection., They get a goodman e1t '.

the primary election and to arrange : to cotton they will likely deprive Now that cotton is again assuming in andKeeo him as long as be will OUTFITS tJewly.: f

a program for a complete themselves of the his place staplesas !serve. But In Florida at every election r
i among Equipped

: canvass of the State, then politics. ty they are, now prosperi-j I "king," and all the world is didates wo have so to many decide are between eager to several serve can the GRISTMILLS u" :. I j" Bsilcr WorksMachine it

j: will get warm in earnest. paying obeisance to him, the tribute .
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dear people. ., V' ,
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson :
; to this royal pla..t from' the y F.
That veteran editor, W. E. Pa- that duringthe current ., ?
says of the late W. Tb..lcboollnterestlof this state de f. r
t gifted pen Henry ,
and] ,
LULL .. Shops -
i' bor, whose literary and poetic year the great business that will Gradyjs : mand a conservative liberal minded and
genius has left a will be appropos SUPPLIES ././ /" rcundry
perma- his
many engage department "What a royal plant it isl! The progressive superintendent, rather than
. nent mark Florida's jour- the of for the one.whose radical, narrow-minded, dictatorial '
upon finding a remedy world waits in attendance on its Wean Wire Fnc., fir* Proo/Ro.Aag. Spray Pump.,Motufn,Kaki,Separator.
!(, nalism, .has returned to Avon cotton boll weevil. He hopes by policy has won for him the well. Wi will Mike ft lo Your Interest to Figure with Us.
growth. The shower that falls merited sobriquet of "the Czar." The .
f' Park to resume!; the publication the end of the next cotton season i
whispering on its leaves is more we study the subject the more firm. MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO.
of the Pabor Lake Pineapple. the department will be in -
: possession Iv convinced of the that
, ... I lead heard around the earth. The are we opinion ....-_....-. MACON a, CA.. ..
of facts that will to
the masses will vote for Mr. Ilolloway, a
The New York Tribune : sun that shines on it is temperedby
. _says the production of a preventive of gentleman who has attained to hit prrsent -
(" "The coldest place on earth ir- the the prayers of all people. The ,position solely on personal merit, and DR. Me 441lTTt$ '. Cares C Df ra.llIfan1ol11,

habited by mart is Verkhoyansk, pest., frost that chills it, and. the dew not through political\ trickery or treachery. DlarrhoeeDvsenteryend

above the Arctic circle." The I that descends from the stars is .-Times-Herald. Palatka. s the Bowd Troubles of .
Some opposition ,newspapers- Childreno/Aar Age.
Tribune is ofif'in its geography. I noted, and the trespass of a little y yd Ald. Digestion. Regulate
I' opposed tocverythingwhichdoes I He cornea It, If Governor Jennings Is Ap1 EiT1fiMGPOtiii5)) the Bowels Strengthen
The coldest place on earth ''is atI subordinate the interest work on its great leaf is more to t... Child and Makes
not public the friend of ex-Confcdfrate: soldiers and Osts Only 23 oats: at Druggists :-

: the republican party's headquarters to persona) ambitions-have England than theadvance of the widows that. be professes to be, that he a 10* Mil B5 eau .. C. ... MOFFETT,M. D. 1'EETtlJ.1G BT. LOUIS.EASY.MO.
when a common man asks!! criticised Senator 'raliaferro Russian army on her Asian out- absents himself from his office at -Tallahassee Ornosor D.R UAaer..eermary.151st. dawn T.a- HOT.' 21,1000.
I I as i ha.found Dr.]Mows'.TRETEINA a .FWIM.M. t.m.dy sad.ia lurnj i..,htiif ehlldrva.: Whan my oldost
for justice. posts. It is gold from the in- and leaves their claims for pensions boil wu ajhnllilnir' child V-.TJ, mnr uo"..dlnc d., wan d u thM w.world latrlublr IOM him 1 happaiiwl upon I
being afraid.to meet his oppo- .; A, Wr. .'ono. xlmlnUMriiK ftlakln, MiikU Imprortmanl mm*ma ked 4 honri.sad from
-4\. stant it puts forth its shiny to await his own sweet will? It la UM dry oa h. nntMnud. I han coaMatlr awl It.l.M with mr ehlldr.o,.V' .. '
nents face to face before the peo- said that there such claims alssr.15.K>uadla< it* pnlaw to aU wMlMn at=chlldno. I founds lanlnahl.' mn:''7\f\: =
Gov. Jennings has made the shoot. Its fiber' is current in are numerous 5 404> .. -- JUI.L 5) If. HA&Dr.
ple. Well, he did so meet themat many of them perhaps! most of them I ,
civil .
following appointments: bank and when loosing its
Manatee; and it was a veritable every meritorious that should have been long F. c. BRENT. WM. II. KNOVVLES::: J. S. LEONARD. :
John C. L'Engle, of Jacksonville Waterloo for them, wasn't fleeces to the son It floats a sun- since acted on. If this be true, the severest PRESIDENT. TICB-PBKNUEHT.: CASHIBB.. ':

; W. II. Milton, Jr., of Marian ) ny banner that glorifies the field condemnation should be visited
it t? .
na; M. L. Dekle, of Marian; of the humble farmer, that man is upon Governor Jennings for thus neglecting First National Bank, f;

J. L. Reeves of Pensaaola and will the deserving needy In order to 1
; I The Confederate Home at marshalled under a flag that

\V. L.. Palmer, of Orlando, to be I Beauvoir, Miss., formerly the compel the allegiance of the Worth promote News.his own selfish ambltlon.'Lake: OF- ENSKCOL2t, FLTt {.

commissioners of the State Re- eside.nce. of President Jefferson world, and wring a subsidy from Transacts a General, BankIng Business.
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; form School. Davis, was opened for the reception every nation on earth. It is the ,for TtiOM) Who TinDlE.Don't Your Bu.ln... Solicited,

; of impoverished Confederates heritage that God gave to this ,

;. Men are j just 115e hogs, declares recently Some forty or fifty people forever as theirown, when dally with your purpose. \ ,DlrlKCTORSlVM.H.KNOWLES w. A. BLOUNT. v. C. BEENT.W. _

.,' a disheartened:: editor, indige veterans,have already He arched our skies, established Character is the poor man's K. YER D. G. BRENT -J. S. I.EONARD.
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6 however distasteful this capital. ...,. I
may I. applied for admission. Capt. our mountains, girt us about .

sound.to the bog's. When a hog James Stone, of Mississippi, has with the ocean, loosed the bree- Men call their own carelessness I D. J.JONES. WE DO l

i 1. eats corn, every other hog will I been named as Superintendent.' zes, tempted the sunshine and and inactivity fate. -

trot along: behind him and squeal I Th :' Home will be presented to measured the rain. Our's and The lucky man is the one who A'I'TOUNEYATLAWClIl..LEY. BILL P :LETTER.. "

and whine and toad for a bite; i the state of Mississippi at the our children's -forever. As grasps his opportunity.The FLA.BUELL .. : -lt ADS R I HEADS .
but just let the front bog get in ,
next meeting of the legislature, !I princely a talent as ever came largest room in the worlds NOTE -
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tight with his head fast in aI which will occur this month.. from His hand to, mortal stew- the room for self improvement. COOK, I ENVELOPES I'
crack, and every son of a sow Attorney a. Law, HEADS BUSINESS ;
ardship. We get out of life just whatwe o>3rn.E: r. :> FX.OatD: : STA
will jump on him and tear him to EMENTS.
A practical expert ment in Florida N CARDS
into it. The world has **"OflSco np)taln In w.nl! baildinv. .
put
pieces. Just so with man. As led to the rejection of the Why should Florida pay so CiRCULARS
Careful atb'itlnn irlren all matter .entrasted PAMPHLETS
I for what have for it.Don't .
long as a man is prosperous and 'Japanese'cane. Now our experiment much higher fire insurance rate us just we to mvcarev .tolhttton: undo. 'r' '
MILL
Agent for ......a'.lbl. tim. and arts ted In- COMD&IBSARY :f.
I has money, he can't keep friends farm has indorsed it because than other States? Here are the brood over the past or .uranott ctMiiptutU.ii. Lr.

i off with 'a base ball bat. The of clear superiority shown figures as to rates: Alabama,, dream of.the future,.but use the CHECKS I I CHECKS t

t' moment he is unfortunate and after tests running through sev- 1.51; Arkansas, 1.92; Florida, instant and get your lesson from cJ: D FQRR&STER RECEIPTS i RAYTS.

his wealth is gone, he is not only. eral years-is it not possible for i I: 1.93; Georgia, 1.29; Kentucky, the hour. Justice-of-the-Peace. WEDDING (I N iVISiTING ,
the farmer and the expert to find
j' snubbed by his former alleged some common ground and let the 1.31; Tennessee, 1.16; Mississippi Stock taking every day is a Land tonveyanco and all acknowledgements INVITATIONSI0-I CARDS

,". friends, but they at once beginto average man know what we may 1.86, North Carolina, 1.52; great aid to adyancement. Stop .a specialty., Courts, Thnrodar af '
er third Monday In ach month. tf. I
do him all the harm possible. expect? Why does the Japanese South Carolina, 1.29; Virgin! t" and add yourself up at the close TO ORDER ..

, ; When a man starts up grade the variety sucdeed with the expert 1.35; Texas, 1.70. According to ot each day and see'if you have L.1'IcHINNEYtA.ttorne ,

,fi.:. world starts in behind and push- and fail on the farm? It is no this statement Florida pays the anything to' over. If -",
, ." good unless it will meet just everyday largest, and the risk is no- more carry you I y.-,a t 1-iLa wi- .A D. 01\ 01RMIUIlAEL.
( r es. When he starts' dpwn grade requirements under lust : than in some of the other states. have nothing,but ciphers to car V ernon.F1orlda. '
'" the world steps to one side and conditions. is ry' over something is Attorneyat'Law.yO.Collectloos .
; common -Times-Un-i The.subject worthy of consideration.Metropolis. wrongtisomewhere.Success. Carefnl and prompt attention given' a Specialty. .
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greases I
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Church Wlreetory. Saved Her Ufa' from Pneumonia Good Results In Every Cast
Livery, Feed & Sale M. E. Church, South Preaching every
w let and 3rd Sunday atoll a.m. and 8 p. m. "My wire had sever attack of Pneumonia .. Dr.C.:J. Bishop, Agnew, Mich.,writes:
STABLE, N. Wlnslfttt., Pastor. which followed a cue of La Grippe "I have used FOLEY'S HONEY AND
Sabbath School. 10 a. m R.I. Miller and I believe that FOLEY'S HONEY TAR In three very severe cases of pneumonia

.4 GHIPLE FLf Snperlntendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. AND TAR saved ber life," writes James with good( results in every cue." ', '

Young Men's prayer meeting Tuoaday Coffee, of Raymond, MI.sourl.PNEUMONII.
nights. Everybody cordially invited.

.i ,nod Teams and Drivers Can'Be
: ) Baptist Chnrcb-Proachlnft every 2nd
f Had At Any Time. t and 4th Sunday. 8. B. Rovers pastor.
,' Sabbath School 3 p, m J. D. Forreste!
//1<:". -rummer.: Otfltm a Specialty.. f Snperlnteneent. .
'. Praver Meeting vTednniiday nights.JPo .

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., '.+ .' i i LOUISVILLE &: NASHVILLE It. It. TIMK TABLE.times coot omce SunJavs.hou1'f'7:30 a.m. to715: p. m.tev b r,1'v H1,* k

1L.it"F.; :WOJalLE\.A.Nz: :: : : ;)yaw: OaLEANS.: Eastbound mall closes( at 10:30: a.m x
!", No. '. :No.2. Nq. 3. No. 1I West-bound mall closes at 6:90 p.m. ,,", -
I:1 .- 13:3: n'n 11:05 p m Ly..Penllacola..Ar 5:00 a m 4:00: p m Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m.. .
,.,f '. : ." 2:2Jpm: : 1:02am .. ....I'lomatlli..Lr! 2S:5am: 2:30pm and leaves at 13 m.,dally I ,except Sundays .
Mall from Orange Hill, Bay head and St.: ...., .. >
'. f:22pm 3Mam: .. .... .Moblle. .. .... 12:30 n't 1:211: p m8:25pm '"
.. ..New Urleane... Andrew., arrives at 6 p.m,and leaves at t, : .
7:30pm BOO 9:3
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p ; ; .
whd. ,. ., -- a,m. daily,except Sunday. .. ,, ,., .... "
, t SORTS.No. : : Sunday: hours: 0:00: a. m. to 11:30 a. m., ". ''' '; .
d ; i 1'-J,,( .
, 2. No. 40. No. f. No. and from 5:30 p.m. to 7:13 p.m. .-..: ,+t:'. : .,'t.; !/": :::\ ." I .
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,;: l1:00pm 13:3I1pm Lv..Penaacola..Ar ,:oopm lIooam. Money Orders Issued at all hours..when .. ; '. .. '"' ::. .:' "
+ 6Uam 6:30pm Ar.\ontlomery..Ly! l1:1iam! 9:311pm office U open, except Sundays.
y 11:50am 9:12pm .....lrmlnlJbo.lI\.... 8:33am ':01\ p mIIt J. S. ALLEY P. 7f.
2:30am 8:20 am.. ... ,Loulllvllh.: ...... 6:15pm 2:45am -
".!, ,. : 7:20am 11m1l.m ......Cluelnoati. ...... 9:0p: it:IS pm I't Our Clubbing Us*.
1:20am_ 1:30pm ......St. L.III.' .....: ':16pm 8Mpm:
BVNNKB and Semi-weekly Atlanta
-T Ii'eusrteoht nod lover .Junctlon.r .
Journal, 175. ,
year
r No.21. No.3. Names of tatlonl. I No. I. No. 22. per
S Vall 1' I Daily, I (No IItop wlll'ra''"not.110wo) Dally Dally BANftzn and Thrice -week New York

11115 n's 70,) 110 mLv. P"lIi14oola Ar. 1050 P w 630 P.m. World BANNER per and year eml H.85.-weekly 'J'tmes.tTn-; J

.J. _' .. I 1115 '713" Bohemia 1031" 6 00 .. on and Citizen, per year, fl.&O. C\/.
" I'! 00" 7 111" Ynleltra 1037" 0111 "
:;;;t I') 21' 7 18'" Edoambla 1034 ', 567la .. BANNER and Rome ant Farm, per rear -

f" U33" 723".. I\II.'at' 103' 5.4S".. '1.3n : Lidt&L ,
. 1:3: 39" 728 narp, 10 23" 540 ww
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" 12110'"' 735 Galt City 101:1: 527 0 "F
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, '" ,' 1iM" '739 \lIton! 10 10" 620 "
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:.';/; \ 130ain : Good Range .455 MISC N OtJS. I Iow
' 111' 815" n..ltl 936" 433 '

:.. ".a. ..+ 22J'.. 83' .". lMhltgsn 920 o.' 411 .". ,0" 0 ,o+ 040" ...oPreeaotloo. iiGL&/ ,
31B" S88 Crestview II 1:1": 400 .
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, .' 30:1': : 'Slit} Deer Land 855 .834
8 23" 910 ".. :Mossy U..a.d 840" a 16 .... A farmer in Cumberland county )
'. "01" 933 De ),'unillok Springs 813' S.3" ,. ,
.. 18" 944" Arllvle 744" 231" Me., was driving across a "
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4 '0" 9 61 Ponce d" Leon2 7 29' '' 813 train
,.... t. railroad track when a killed
,,.\ ', 501 ., 1010 .. \Vlstvllle. 7 17" 155
50i .. 1015 Cuyvllle 7 19" 140533 -" both his horses and knocked him ,I L
1030<: Honlfa !l" 127 VVi
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.. .. I ten rods'off'his 'In .
600 10. Cblpl" 6 31" 1040'n( about course.
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Cottol1dale
'70J 631) .. 1107 1125 Marianna' 018 600 1238 1214 .. the resulting suit 'for damages I,
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'730 l1.n .. Cypress 538 .. 11.j1,! a'm the plaintiff was on the -witness I
Grand
740" 1I1'1! Ridge 532 1122
'758 .' 1303 .. lineo.dol: 1121 ,.. stand making out a- ,good case, .,
: 815 1215 n'n Ar. River Junction Ly. 510 1020 a m
when the defendant's lawyer .. ..
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, "Novvi tiLe; One Way To Foil lliiu. asked him: ; .. -"': ;. .. r "' ,,:.. ,,', .,
" take '. '" ,...f ," '.,
Did you any precaution .
( :; t'O': fiiiI'1..b'i4cribe! '. .- ..\ < : I; '"' ''ir'' ., .
bands! befor driving track? "
Hold up your <<, upon the : ;, : "

t':. :for the. 11i anr. The stocky-looking man thus The witness seemed reluctantto : :, : ., :"." )., >\,.. .i 7':' P Pv
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;, addressed made an effort to comply answer, but, being.pressed to ., '

,: ,-'. m\'DSA:.=CTI ".I ': but grave it up, says the Chi- do so, finally stammered out: j'.,;:":(''1'i'{!l'J' !;1.\.','' .'

: Vail cago Tribune.I Wall, squire, I took a little- f. ,,l''

j can't, he said. I've; got rheumatism just a,couple of swallows; that's ., : ,. ,
r '' Cured of Terrible i: k<,.. Cured When Very Low With
"I WM troubled with stom- in both of my arms. all.This Cough on Lungs

.. Draught..oh trouble.did Thedford's me more Black- You'll have to. go through me started a new line of defense N. Jackson, of Danville, 111., writes: Pnaumonla,

r In one week than all the good doo- I just' as I stand. and it turne'I.out that the "My daughter had a severe attack of J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, III., writes:
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tor's medicine I took In a'. : La Grippe and a terrible cough on her 'My little boy was'very low with pneu
;year."-MRS. 8ABAH B. The footpad, still holding hisSHIRFIEWRnettavilleIo. couple of swallows were the. last lungs. We tried great many remedies monla. Unknown to the doctor we gave

': rovolver at his head, drew him in a pint flask that had consoledthe '? without relief. She tried FOLEY'S him FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.

Thedford's? Black Draught further into the shadow. honest old farmer along the I $ HONEY AND TAR which cured: her. The result was magical and puzzled the
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quickly invigorates the action She has never been troubled cough doctor, as it Immediately stopped the
,< of the stomach.and Where's your wad? he sternly road. This put a new face on since." racking: cough and he quickly recovered."

cures even chrome cases of demanded. the s'ituation.New York Tribe
.. indige ticD. If you will .
take a small dose of Thedford's '. It's sewed up inside my shirt, une. ,
SOLD AND RECOH&1EF.DED DY '' I
Black Draught! occasionally I replied the victim. I
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will keep your "
you : 8. B.: McGEAOUY BR(> Hti. lr BROCK Vernon. Fla.
Chlpley ,
f stomach and liver in per- Off with that coat and vest, Pat Trust I.The Lord.

feet condition. then Last winter when I went south I

I'll have to be helped off with for my health, said Col., L. S. something like 'a smile on his Do .""

THEDFORD'S them.. I can't do it to save my Brown of the Southern Railway, face.I .
reckon not sah. I'ze been You ** mtiSdIIml
life. the :
according to WashingtonStar .

BL SLACK-DRAUSH, The footpad unbuttoned the I was told they were goingto gwine to church fur de las' fo'ty .

I and it off. colored for y'ars, an' I'ze restin' dis case Take model.." kJl1 or pliotocf iuvtrtloblormereport
overcoat pulled try a mall stealing I. oil patentability. For free book'HowloSoouro'rnini
right in de bands ob de Lawd. / : MADIfO write
shorter overcoat
There of
cotton and
was a quantity
raw
a 4 Patentnnrl II pHlJt-fvlflrmO to '
More.ickneseiscausedby'under that, and it unbuttoned when the hour arrived I went up I When I shall have to give you 1trrE: BANNER ?
constipation than by another / four months in Abraham.
disease. Thedford's hard, but he got it off at I last. to the court house to hear' the jail,

Black-Draught: not only re But there was still another case. The prisoner was a map Huh, what fur? If not !

lieveeconstipationbuteurei coat, equally hard to loosen. about 40 years of age, and he had For stealing that cotton. ?Opposite U. S. Patent Office]
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diarrhoea and dysentery and .
his
keeps the bowels regular. Dang yel! muttered the high elected to plead his own case. The prisoner received sentence Why not? WASHINGTON D. C.

do :without a word,.seeming to
wayman. What you wear sot The prosecution proved that the
; All drng-giits nil have expected it, and was pres-- We will send TH!E!: BAN! MICR poet pale A t BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
-oont phg. many clothes for? bag of cotton was found in the to H ny address for ft per year; Sc) for six

"Thedford's BlaetrThat's my wife's idea. She colored man's cabin, and the :| ently led away. Two weeks la- month. ; 20o, tor three monthi.

Draught is the best media rheumatism.' : ter I met him on the streets of a
says it helps my property was fully identified as
bowels
cine to regulate the OrWe
I have ever nued.'=MRS. The coat was skinned off with belonging to the owner of a com- town fifty miles away and said '
will send THB BANNER and the
A, M. GRANT SneadsFerrr I trouble and the next to him: New Yrok Tbrlce-a-Week
C. much gar press. The prisoner asked no World, one yea
*;
tart l.0
Abraham I
ment was a thick vest with eight questions, but said he wanted to thought you were TRAOC MARKS

''' buttons. make a statement and rest his in. jail over at Selma? DE.ION.COP'VRICHTS*
OrWe .
Ae.Anynns
'f' TI' Yes, sab, I was, he replied. iketch and'
: rON 1 D,41TION) The exasperated footpad removed case 'wid de lawd. After awhile will send TH. BAKNEK and the MiieiUiin Hndtni our a opinion I free Tliather nlu
.. this to find another he And I remember you put your Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year for f 1.80 > ntlnn !le pronably mcen'KHn. riminiuiUcfctlonaittriotlroonildontlal.
only given to .
opportunity .
\:I"'C __ ._ was an HANDBOOK: 0.I..te
case in the hands of the Lord? lent fr_ lMe, for.ouurlug. patanu.
and said: through Munn ft Co. ....elv.
-i, CureS vest. speak : HnMnU taken
: Foley's Kidney Deed, but I did, sab, an' I cum OrII IfHtMimUot, without.h"....In tba.Scientific
"'. Tearing this off with a burst I gwine dat
__ makes kidneys and bladder rJffht. was by compress 2nicrican?
went all three
out all right. yon papersTm .
5 5 of muffled_profanity, he found a at 'leben o'clock last night, whena IUNNKK, The Nsw York World, The At. ...mel.lIIn.tro""l waolilr.cnlurluii J.u..t. l1r-
A hnn1 "
I' woolen sweater under it. voice dun called out to ,But you got four months.So lama J'"roal-WI! will make the extremely o( any nluiilIM,' '? Ti-rma, *3 a
me: low jlU..n"'t nawgrtealanl.
price of only $2M for the tbree pa jeitri four montka e6
v You'll have to pull' this over Hold on dar, Abraham Jones. I did, sah-so I did; but ar- pern.Today. w1UNN & Co "iBr-ad..,.Few rorkIlraiiob
ter serving nine days ob de time
U the acceptable time to subscribe omo..H25 r BU .. D.C.:
my bead, said the !other. Thereare Yo' was a pore man'' an' yo jes'ttake de Lawd showed me bow to dig -... .... S

two shirts under it and my 'long. dis bag o' cotton to outer dat jail, and yer I am an' TIlE QANNI\ R4

money is sewed up inside the 'buy yo' some shoes fur cold dey won't nebber git me agin.Florida .. T.3Ela EG9RD

Jy I very last-hey. policeman! Here's I weather. Den de bag fell at 'my Chi ley. Via.Foey's OF CJRES

'.k D.s.rv. your coif'a holdup! : feet, an' I dun took it home. Pblloopb"
dence.Tbeyb.vdav.r'tauedwort is made of Honey ana Tar
Coquetry straw,
t ran sow. For his quick ear bad caught Did you recognize the voice? r

w ioaosbe 4 ,Au u i the measured tread of No. 13 said the Judge.No which dazzles burns up, and for chJJdren.S4f .sure. No o:iafes.

S p0i2pi1'n"' shoes just around the. corner of nab; but [ reckon it was an withers.
.5. r a o. M.1'saRr s co. Take things as they come, likea Thrice Week EditionOF
o.tr.lt,Ml.n.a the alley in which all this was going angel ,who spoke. THE-
Y true soldier in the' battle of I' -
did hide the
on. Then why you
NF\V YORK WOULDAND
By the speediest kind of work bag when you'got home? life.The II'rt"ln) larger every dRJ. XOUlt
THE! NAME should be the 1I.t.
pa
BANNER R A LV-.- E- the footpad got away. Well, sab, jest as I got frew de highest law'of knightly ouncsWhites

. the most hauling salvo lnth. world. Officer, said the belated pedes- gate another voice dan told me truth is that under which It is Chlplcy! Banner 6 F P Painful

, __-- trian, a moment later please help dat I'd better bide de cotton fura vowed to a woman. $1.t5 e Profuse Me.and...Irregular ., *

Conviction were it never so ex. ( YEAH Ovarian Trouble.
a me on with these duds' again, few days. GEItSTrE'I
} cellent is worthless till it fEMIU rAvaCEJU' Falling of th. Womb
, will ? Did recognize that voice? con-
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" .;.J. you you The Twioe-a-weel World hat now become and all,other! dtiturbanc-s! to which
'f to write fbr our confidential latter before applying ..--.... No, sah; but I dun reckon it verts itself in action and conduct.If I I the'rhrloe-a-week World being Issued ev' females are SLDJACt:' especially those
't-.1". for It may be worth money.We and t I'rlda .
patent] Monday etlaexday ,
; ry obstinate eases which for have
J:;4'" promptly obtain U.8.! *ud Forel a Nothing: Hat Sympathy.! was a voice'from heben. you want other people to remember The most! liberal offer ever made to the resIsted all other treatment.years

t ; And that's defense is it? kindly forget public. The ThrU) -.-w ek World la largertbad.nyweekiv
.. PATENTSR. Then you have no sympathy your you yourself or emI-woekl)' newspaper AH- OLD CHROMO CASE.

b:, ,,,. and TRADE return ENfor! the deserving said the Yes, sab. I'ze willin' to rest be natural and selfsacrificing. published. furnishing eighteen panes, For flva yean I ntreredm whites!
-'lARKS poor
..,. :'" TI E a.l<>rl1'"!. ..... .dM male, a sight column. wide, every week and the mcf womb trouble, hare. physicians fllol1.tillt -
r dis in the'Lawd's bands. HANNKK tor One Dollar and to rei lfeye me. I then begun takln
t or photo and send an II'IIMEOIAE!' charity worker. case rhiplcy: Blzty-: o.F P.andmycon' Itiu I n soon Improved
-' FREE report on patel and advUw l and cot the self-made De Lawd lIe dun knows Inebber Quackery, both in medicine live ecnta a year. Tbe World combines all and t am now practically; cured. I take
th. Ii at legal service Me? retorted ... the rrexhness and orlspn".of a dally with iileaaure in recojiimeudinr It t ,

,m;'; ',i''' charge SWIFT are moderate. 'Os Try us.CO.man.. Why, sir, I have .nothing stole dat cotton., I. and religion, gives health to nothing tb6 weekly.Instructive -and si eclal feature. of. a WOlDen. tltu.l.>uboUrtlV U.jWrlta E htrertn.? ti -

:' but sympathy.-Chicago Daily I ; Hadn't you betterhave a .law: but gives sure death to the Address for further Information ..M th. Ijutlu.! 'Kaaltb! DRUGGISTS 1
r. ; 0I T.oo
;;,, Patont lawyar, The CUIPL"Y ANN6.R4; L _leACo..root_;abe.tea.;;! SELLO.F.P.
ln.", Opp. U.S.Patent OfllceWaahIngton, D.C. News.. ; -.- yeti suggested_the Judge,.:with. I:world. Cblpley, m.. l
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( on the staff of CoL Fred L. Robertson' I". Th. Lit..r.rr., Chaff, !. FI__ flabcrlbe"' for the BANNER' your boun '.

U. C. V's., both with ttie rank of' Major "1 know a literary chap good writer f paper. ,
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tbe former as asnlsta.it chief commissary, And all/ tbit but with absolutely :

: the latter assistant chief b'ualue sense who suddenly derided TIlATTltHHIRLIC ITCHING.:
Stock surgeon.cod
i Canard HALT RHEUM
by
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Magnificent can carne -
I the thing for him to do was to start a br the only remedy In the world that "

bank account," said tbe necremry. cf a In sold with a prlnl4'd! positive guarant.

financial institution. "lie en mo In to around every uttap. You will have four

Marvellous Values! F$9oN) JNdJRoulrayo 1 ace uie. about it. 1 asked him bow money refunded In each and every ease
whore DR. UEMJINU'H HKIN
BQMKlY )
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M much ha had and he fluid: be bad saved : falls \.0 curo whether Ton have been ,

$3o. I told him we rarely started ac. filleted one year or ttftv- It ,la. pleasant

count on such email deposits bat .to ua... Doctor prescribe"' It. r"Everitt&

Men's Suits.' Overcoais. Boys Suits. Ed. Ilendon was a visitor to Chlplev would tnake no exceptlou. In hl* cane: ; Borne ... ''-i
9-0.! .
Chlpley.Vla
last Sunday. to encourage thrift and school blin. In t ;: ''
$8.00 $7.50 1: $1.50' I -
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Regular services at baptist church on business NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

1 to t0 to next. Sunday. i! I I "He went through the preliminaries Department of the. Interior. l _"
nervously signed the "Signature curd Land Office at >Caln' __Ule. Fla. Dec. '1. 19O3. I f i
.. .' ..bfensre. Lone and Adams came In last' bla In and got a nice new Notice'is J-h-reby given that the follu..lntr..med.tlCI'
$20.00 $10.00 $6.50 tJ! from Corvdon, Ind. put money haa filed notice hid intention. to make
I 0 I>. bank book. By; that time be wav-nll I final proof in support Ills claim and that aaid
.jyMr.
t '/ ; Wm. R'lIsb attended_ a republican 'flustered.! :Whey; gave_bum a check book, pcadwbibemade "befure The County Judge at
Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothing In Town. Vernon. F1a- on January 16. 1903, vhs Phllin
/ convention In Westvllle/ Thursday and be decided be would have to' have of Sexton. Fla. Hd. 3H-S33. 1r the "net t of
CN of sul-4 A: ewl-4 of nel-4, Roc Zt, Tp. 3
last week. ,some; money for present use. Th ref nIl .... y

Fleece Lined Underwear $1.50 Suit Values for iu.ooI celvlng teller Introduced hint to .the He names the following witnrssps to prove his
Mrs. Laura Miller and little
I daughter: ontiyuouetwddenxupeandcultivatkmd "+
paying 'teller and be lu,uln-d the said
( ATta. arrlvod ou Thursday of last week, 'land vln J J. NeweJl. John Scwell. Bryant
a procedure of checking out money Thor Scou. Charlie. Enfinger all of Orange Hill Ply

/ The largest line of Pants ever shown; a fit guaranteed. from Mancport, Ind. .. I I paying teller explained at length. Then Ed. lea paid. !W. O' KoBimoN. .

i Our friends wl| ) excuse our not having; 'my literary friend went over to the, Register

I/l/ i mucb -news this week as we are too bully desk and wrote a check for bill entire NOTICE: FOR PDBLICATION.Dupartipent .

Standard Prints Still Sc per yard. to jot dowu any more. I $50 got the money and went oof of the Interior, I l
I Land Offic at GalnesvUlb. FI.... Dec 140 X)3. f
I On account of the Inclemency' of the I The Mexleam BosmdMrr, LI... Notice laoeroby given that followlng-namad.
snttlor has bled notice his. Intention to maka" "
Our ftirnisbing-.Goods Department never as complete :as it weather'no services was held at the The International boundary lineb4tw final pn.dlneoppntdlblaclaim. and that said
l Baptist church last Sunday proof will be made before' Clerk Circuit Court at
I tween tbe United States and the repub-
Vernon. Fla.. ;
., on January 23. 10M. vie Carey C,
is now, comprising good values in There are some new pupils from -a dis lie of Mexico; Is marked by pyramidsof Carter K., of Wausan. Fla. Hd. 28Ztt for the .. K'
of
nw suction 33. tp. 3 D.. r. 13w. ,
lance has entered the high School atones placed nt Irregular dlHtancra" Be names. the 10110..10" witnesses to prove nl is

Neckwear, Shirts Gloves, Belts, but wn have not learned their bere'j. j along tbe line all the way from-: the : continuous residence. upon and cultivation of aal.1-
1 Rio Grande to the FecUic ocean. Whenever land. vim David Miller JamusCarter, Thomas
Owens ;J. N. .... '
e Carter allot W..u. Fla.
Bonifay's new 'Ipaper. thdS !orch. Light It WitS found practicable to do so W. Q. Robln_

Suspenders, :Flats and Hosiery edited by.D. A, ofvveatvllle; these!. pyramidwere. built on 'promi -_ Register'

last week's Isane was well gotten up and nent peaks at road crossings, fords NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

we compliment Bro Wltnmoun.: Our pno' etc. The line was not surveyed as la Department of the Interl
pin should lend a helping hand to this the usual custom. the location of the Land Office at Gainesville Fla., D..... :28,1W3. f .. ,
Q = & Butler Notice: .. hereby given thai the Collowing-namcd
Campbell '
enterprise; monuments being based On astronomical Settler. haw filed. notice of his inUntho. to make
I calculations and observations. anal proof In support of hi.claim and that, said.
Chipley, Fla. _aua. p'.otwinbemadebuforoCleritCircuit! Court at
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-.""' _. vernon, na., cm I eb. 6. IW4. .be Francis (t.
Sunday was. a very rainy da.YI rained Jill III. One Bi ...... Hkrkmasy "...Id.... of Willis C. Hick man, di-c'd"'
) Eggs !
I l Vernon Fla.. 2734O for the wH of net A +1'
over three inched.I Goodman Oonrong-We" don't git I:K of Sec 34 dT .3 N.. R. IS W,
t Us names the following witnesses. to. hisooeirlmnnia .
Mr. Jessie Rodgers was taken sick nothln'-at that house, asked the_wo prove
very I residence upon and cultivation of acid
We would like to send the BANNER to i oo the Oth, with heart dls'aMe.or Duw- man' fur some cold Tittles a cup ofeawfey land, vim John T. Carter Henry Willisms. M. ,
some 'clothl!)' an! a place to P. WUlianm,Ueuroe iitewart. all of Vernon Fla.
every school teacher In the county and kiDs was sent for and we hope .he .may W. G.'Rohltua..... n+

[ 'owN : ? IC: 'j will make special terms to them, if a L.S: .J soon recover. sleep was In comin tbe barn It a an'little, by-too gum strong she. saidI an' FA: r.Id.' Reaister. -

number of them will come In at once. Mr D. Li. Carrell.woodsman for" thflurpentln I she.ahet the door In my. face. I NOTICE FOR PUBLIC TION. t'

E. The lotf; train of the Sanford LumberCo. M Field of Atlanta, Qa spent Satur: (, flrm of Mr. J. T. Britt & Co., Tuffold Knot-Thar* wot ye git, ye Land Office atealnesvlllB.Department Fla.of the Interior. I II

of Caryvllle has been here lately. day here? last. year went back to his old home at blame fool fur puttln' all/ yer begshrone I No\ cfi la herebr irlven. ttiat the lnlloowwingnpmed "i
up
fat tier has Bled notice"
Mr. June McQeachf Is to Otter ?"ay ttsvllle. N'lX, and spent the holiday ask it.-Chicago Tribune I final : intention to malls w
They are hauling off all the logs: around on a trip proof -support of hia claim I and that said nLrod
on with friends, bpt) has returned again will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at a"
here that should. be used by a saw mill Creek. and Is now employed with the firm Vtirson. Fla., on F..... 6. -. vies Alexander
new Whivler. of orange Ulll. Fla.. Bd. 3H988 fur the
I I Rotate,
: be here. Sheriff McKcltheo spent Monday at hU. of Brock Bros. Mr. Carrull like many nwX of swK, Hrc. 2H. Tp 4 N.. H. U w.. ,
L--- office at Vernon.T. others that Washington Is Whereas. .. Chapter 533. of the Law.of Florida He. names the folluwlnff vritnes to prove hi.
The oldest Inhabitants have never before says county Act of 1'J03+ provide for the dlvfatlim of the counties continuous residence uM and cultivation. of said l

seen'so many frosty mornings! as we W. Wood of Liberty (rood enough .for him lIe bil.lmany\. into Rnad District and fur the election. bfon.nlally l.nu.,1&: AIo.,,,,., Hoctm Kmmet Rent Frank "
: county, spent of Three Road Xrustoes and prescribinc Gainer. ;John Walker., all of Orange Bill. Fla.
friends here welcome him
have had In Florida this winter. Tho Friday 10 Chlol y. who., back.It their duties and powers, and for levying; OHlect- W. G. R..b..........
tog and dlanursinsTJlutrlct ROAd Tax: Therefore Ed. fee paid. '
weather has been extremely severe In the 'Reai8t..r.
Is with regret that we note the death .
visitor be Ik ordered that Washington County be and Is
Mr. Sesaoma of
north. Bonlfay, was a ofHolotnan Newsom, which sad event hereby divided Into Districts by the Board ."( NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '" .
here Wednesday. County Comrai lanera ht mmlar. session this 6th
If reports are true the woods, of old taken place on Monday the 4th Inxt.Holoman day of January l'XM, mm follows: fiF'J. Interior ) '
: Special Tax Road District Number 0.... I. Land Office at G.I .: : : It, HXM.:( ,
about 13
: Washington county will soon be full ot Capt. A. J. Gay, of Gay was.one of tbe was years'of age, ap- bounded on the east by the line dividing Calhoun Notice I I. hereby given that thefollorring-tmrn

"' candidates for the county offices. Comealo.ig visitors here Friday. pearantly In perfect health, was playingIn and Washins-ton Counties' betrtnnineun the Baa* .ettlei has Bled notice Ms Intention to make ",
framed ever seen In Chlple.-Pleas..- and the yard of Mr. Hutches with other Line: thenca north along aaiJ dividing line between final proof In support of hlvclaim and that acid
gentlemen give us your 11.0nOlncement. :Mr. J. M. Poston spent a few days last Maid counties. and about the dividing line proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court a''v
You can get winter hat cheap now at \ boys, when, without any warning, was between Jaclcson and Washington Counties. to Vernon.: Fla. on Feb. 20 1W4. viz: Rennin C.
week here with friends.Mr. line dividing Township four and flv. north and Simmons Vermin. Fla.. Hd. 2"o61 lor the.' sMawKofSejetona.Tp.3N. o'
Miss Ilattle's, for she Is making room for taken with epleptlc seizure, and fell unconscious
The Florida State Baptist convention wean thence" went along aald Township line to ; .. R. 15.... ,z
her spring stock. J. I. Peel left Friday afternoon for to the ground, and remaining Range. line dividhiv Range fourteen and fifteen Be names the following witnesses to prove hit
met at Klsslmmeo this week, Instead ot Henaucola to visit relatives. I flO until the end. Dr. Dawklns, of Vernon north and west) thence south along said line to continuous residence upon and cultivation" of sal't
Do It NOW la never compelled to waste at Bartow, as was the original: Intention. I Base Line; than"" east oo Bane Line to point ofbeainnln. 1..d.,1&: J. T. Carter. D. T. Carter S. J. Wil.
visited him, but medical aid could .,. Hams., George E. Stewart all of Vernon. Fla. t
time over lout opportunities to subscribe An ppldomle' of fever at Burtow caused Mr. McK. ( for the BANNER. the church at that place to request that trip to Vernon Wednesday. I bounded the east by Range" Line dividing Ed. fee paid.' H..ai..t" 1y,
/ circled his features and the Jewel of a
Rang a fourteen and fifteen north and went, beginning '
another place be selected for meeting. Baa Line' and running. north Raid NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Always keep In mind when vou feel Inclined Mr. J. L. Massey of C'ottondale was a loving mother's heart was dead. He on on
Range Line to towniitiip line dividing townahip
There will bu some changes made In visitor here few leaves a father, mother, four' brothers, fonr and five mirth and wtwt thence Department of the Interior. (
to cwell up, that great men are a day ago. ; west alongaaid Land Office at iaineaviilOi! Fla.. Jan. 11. 10O4. (
our judicial "em. Judge Beeves of the five sisters and many playmates to mourn townnhlp: line to Choctawhatchee riventhence Notice is hereby. given that thefnllowhiv-nanidd '
both simple and gentle. Mr. A. Young, of Bonlfny,,was one of smith down said river to range line dlvlding settler has filed notice of hi* Intention to max
circuit court resigns Feb. 1. and Judge his loss. Range sixteen and seventeen, north and final proof In support of b...claim and that said
Those picture frames are '"going 'like\ 'Maxwell the visitors la Chlplev Tuesday west,. and thence mouth and in a outhernly direction proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at 4tit
of the supreme court, Feb 15; alonjrsnld I Range line and down aaid river
Vernon. Fla..
Notice. :20.1994. vlas afariab Roh.
hot cakes." That's the way everything they will form a partnership and practice Mr O. E. Plfas'ls attending! U. S.. courtat to Base Line; thence east on Base Line to point I Ins.; of Vernon:"FIb.B :3333J for the tA of ne.S! .,tC
else sells that Pleas keeps Reaolutlons adopted by the Board' ol ot beglnninir.Special and" net(. Soc. 18. Tp. 3 N.. 14 w.
Pensacola tLt.l"", p.k > e"'m'! :
ov as J uror.
law at Punsacola; both places will Tax Road District Number Three ,. .. the following' witnesses Rb, prove hit y
Public Instruction of Washington county bounded on theeast by county"' line dividing >Calhoun continuous
residence
We hear that Bonlfay has a newspapernow be to fill.DIEDAt. /. .T. T. Winging: of WnycroHS Oa., pros Fla.. Jan. 5th 1004. and Washington Counties. beginning. on 1..d..1&: W, P. Ruche upon and H. C.cultivation Davis of George arM(
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; they will be putting on "airs" over pected here. few days this week 1 Bane Line and running south on aaid dividing Gainer. Angus. ;Payne: all of Vernon.. Fla.
; : his home one mile west of line and anal Cottntiea. Kant
meandering to
there shortly; success to It. Whereas, \Vn believe the Bible to be W. G. Robin......
town, on last Friday night, Mr. D. D. Hon. June Rawla, of Jreenwood. was the foundation( of .nil truth and virtue, said arm of Bar St.w..terl Andrew. Bai.thenodown. dividing-cnnnty and line along. of ,t Keg-later.
M There was quite a large number of farmers Pickering. Deceased had been sick for i i Range : '
along cue of the visitors here cold counties to line dividing Range thirteen
Wednesday. and from a moral, as welt as a religions NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TION.
: and south and thence north
fourteen carat
In town Saturday our' merchants time and his death was expected
; Tax Collector standpoint, we believe Its precepts and on aid. Range" line to Heat Line thence east. Department of the Interior I
'must have had a good: trade. but It comes as a blow to bin wife, children Thompson and Assessor along. aaid faun Line to County line to point of Land Office at Gainesville. Fls.. Jan. 11. 1VO4 f
and relatives. We extend sympathy Williams entertained our people Wednes truths to be fundamental to all ethical beginning. Notice. la hereby. given that the followingnamedsettler
The little son of Mr. and Mrs., Carl Set- alidWhereas Special Tax Road District Number Four la handled notice ot bis Intention to make
to the bereaved once teaching, bounded on thereat.. by Range line dividing Ranges final proof in support of bill claim and that said
tori Ind had tbe misfortune to fall and.is I.: day.Mr. We believe It to be the duty thirteen and fourteen, aouth and caret beginning front Kill I be made before The County ,q
,break his! leg Sunday morning. f '''Who ever heard of such a thing as UII C. O. Allen and Charlie 'Barfield on II"... Line and running Bouth on aaidKangu at Vernon Fla. oo Feb. :au 1404. vial
of tha Board Qf 'Publlc Instruction to line to Ut Andrew Bay and County Una James. J. William.. ol Orange Hill. Fla., Hd.
Mr. R. I. Miller Is digging/ out thefoun I cle Sam's post office being muzzled. But left Tuesda/for the back woods to prospect foster and uphold anything that tends to dividing Calhoun and Washington counties, :28044 for the seX of Section lib Tp. 3 N., R. 1] w.
that Is the condition of his establishmentIn thence westerly and aouthernly alung said Bay He names the kikwingwitnesae.to prove his
datlon for an addition to his store; It will I 1 I a higher degree of morality. and to denounce and said dividing County line. to the (Jnlf of Mexico continuous residence upon and cultivation aid
Chipley)! at least. the general delivery Mr. Frank ; thence northweaUuir to Range tin dividingHans land tbR" ;Jarara Stewart. Juhn Kent. Z. T. GII-
be fifty feet long, built of brick. J L'Engle of Jacksonville everything that we believe to be ,.. fifteen and sixteen, auuth and west: DRrt.of orange Bill Jf la.. and Mnnroa Pettla.. of '
window wears a muzzle. Ills dollars to was one of the business visitors here this thence nortb on said Range line to Baa line; Cl pleF. Fla.
Paradoxical as It may seem, a man doughnuts that you can't Hud such a derogatory to tbe moral welfare of the thence east on Base line to point of beginning.Special W.'O Rabtn_.
trouble things" week. rising neneratlon therefore. Tax Road District Namber Five.. Is Ed.:Ire paid. Register.BOO .
never has any -'seeing thing anywhere! else In tho United :Stale bounded on the east by: Range line dividing H.Ilea ...- -- --
when he looks on the dark side. lion. a. Lalrdjtnd/ W. D. Williams Resolved. That we bitterly denounce fifteen. and .1,._ aouth and west beginning
here Is a new commandment offered by on base line and running south to the Gulf of Mexico SALE.
of Wostvllle here the articles have
Coma early you want one ot those an exchange and verily would It be, was Thursday on buslaces. that appeared from ; thence westerly along aald Gulf to Kant Pass, Th Crampton I'rnpertJ"-IO..,...* of I.nd-.lt-
a time to time during tbe past few monthsIn then,, up and along said Pass and ChoctawhatchoeBay rated one mile southwest" of Chlpley. find all of '
genuine gold leaf frames at the/ price gilt blessing If It were adhered to. "Thou and river on line dividing Walton !urn to MlltnlB A. C..rroN. FOil da Lou Wlir. r.
Mr. M. L. Dekle of the St. Andrews Buoy as being.: Inimical and WaehingtonCounties to BanLine; tbenoseaat ,* "Anr trespasslnirorcaltingof timber this
ones have been selling) .-Pleas, shalt not ask credit as goods cost much'money Marlanna visitedhis ,
Line of betas
on Base to point ing. land will be dealt with to the fullest extent of law.
F, and the merchant's brain Is burdened brother Mr E. N. Dekle here last I., to the'moral weltare of not only the.
i People are finding out that they can rising reneratlonbutof: adult minds
with bills. Ills children clamor Sunday I. a*

keep two-thirds their'money when they dally for bread, and his wife abldetb at I well. We refer to the articles from the i)

get an enlargement or frame of Pleas home for such raiment as adorneth her Mr: Dan Bergln "Happy Dan" as haU pen of ."Cordelia" but more particularly,

We take bacon lard, corn, hay oats, sister. Blessed, yea thrice blessed Is the familiarly known, of Pensacola, come to those written by C. H. 11"11. of Court '

fodder, cotton seed land would take a man. that pays cash." In Wednesday 'I I land Kan.Resolved.

little cash for ob crlptlon.'nAW or old. fit r. and Mrs. J, Q, Sinclair, are here Further, that we refuse to r

We have a dog tax law hero so -why Is NotlreTo Candidate visiting- Mrs.'tlIDclal: '* parents Mr. and recognize the said paper as being a snlta.I Its Up To Y.uo

It that some have to buy a tag for their Now that the campaign ball has oo ned Mrs. McGnachy. j|I ble publication to be placed .In the handsof
and candidates will be making their
dog, and others do not? Don't all speak formal announcements TUB BANNER Supt. U L. Pratt and Clerk W. C'I our boys and girls.
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at once. Lockey, of Vernon, transacted business I*. L. PRATT p. B. Bran ,
i takes this opportunity of saying that the
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We are requested by citizens of tbe announcements published la this paper here Wednesday.Miss Co. Hupt. & Sect. JOUN T. CARTER For all we can do is to tell'you in plain figures

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south side of town( to ask If the bog law will be t5, cash In advance. From considerable Lulu Massey, one of Cot odalt'a ;.. .
Board
has been repealed? If so they want to experience In this. respect, THE charming young ladles visited friends .of ,Public. Instruction and wor'ds.tba ,. v"" ?
'|I BANNER' has found that a campaign account "
here .
last
know It officially a day or two week.Wn For Sale. ,:1" '
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Is collected much easier In advance 1

The business man's version of the than after It has been. made, and for this are. glad to learn that Mr. AYllf Ev- Sit: aerps of land In the town of Chip- -fFarr.Ior Bros..i- '"-
ley also 80 acres In Section 10 and 20 J' 1"i
Lord's campaign the easier method will be the erltt, wbo baa been very sick, Is improving .
prayer I Is: "Our Father who art acres In Section 10. All of the above. real .. .. ,
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In heaven" a man owed me twenty dollars rule. It doesn't make auy differencewho ; we hope he will soon be out.Messrs. estate Is desirably located and will be t" .... '; -

you are where you' when sold very cheau for cas>i. For full particulars ad : .. .. .. .
are or .Is the place.You..Abould.t at. f
and .. l lEECAUS'E
paid me only seven.- l lt |' Myers and Alford, two prominent call on, A. E. NOWLIN. ;
your announcement comes In,- the cash '
You might as well to make hole turpentine men of> Jackson county, At Bicycle Hhop. ) .. : J'
try a That la rule '
t must accompany-lt. the tf. .:
Chlpley, Fla.Taz ,1' ; ,, ; : ,
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In the clouds with u cork screw as to convince and the rule will be strictly observed. transacted business here Thursday I I .. 1"Its ... '
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some men that they are but small t Miss Gonzalez I -. y
I of Pensacola and Miss Notlre.John ,,

potatoes In the garden-patch of life. I I .Profeuloa.f Jraloamr. Lyde, of Birmingham, Ala are. the ', Thompson: tax collector and at their store you can always get the bestgoods : ,: ;: ,

I Tuera was I order at Anderson's last The; Comudlnn thought yon and guest of the Misses Collier this week. John W. Williams, tax assessor: are out "' .1'-i *'fc "".."....."';: .'-"<,.' .,.L.. .:'. ....' \.

Sunday; one negro killed another negro. f, Miss Toner were to. be married this on their round. collecting the tune! of ... .. &Mk.A.t .
Mr. H. Lk M." dloK, of- 'M LAansbor t" '
't The one doing the killing wa captnred week. Is It postponed.The 'If 1003, and assessing the taxes: 'for JLOO4 !
III., come In a few day ago with a carload T1Ie-C1lio npc'Ht; price; : """ (
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f They will be the
and placed In jail at Vernon Tuesday I Heavy-Gad air: t She actually at following places at :
I wants her name to appear before mineIn of horses; he sold them oat at oner. the time mentioned. Don't.fall to meet ." -' 4 11

What's tbe use to pay 'a traveling man the wedding announcement. Mr. W. J. TCInzle, of tl .ver. Ind., atone them. As Well as good clean goods, .. t.- > ....: 1 I

( 13.00 for anpnlarJt'men'wben your home change times few years alto a resident. .of Poplar( Bead,...... ? .. ..Jan. IS.:' .... '
f-' man will fnrnlsb as good or better gradeat I Caryvlllfl..: ..::. .... .Jan. n.. And the best of it all, you feet your'monev's t z

tl.50. A "word to the whle.-P eall.Sb"rlf om Anyhow.Baron Chlpley Is spending some days. here with O..vlll' Mill... ..... .. ....Jan.IS. (
I A friends Eeonflns.... .. ...... .. Ian. 19. worth ll J. :
nun cun'i luke or ,
any money Nixon. : ,.Jan. 20.. ,
# McKrltben went. down to Cary with him wheat be dies. Mr. Charlie Cotton and 1 Di. Webb, of Hay lled. ... ..?..,:,..u.. ... .Jan 91.

vllle Tuesday evening and caught :a negro Egbert-Oh. I don't know. I bad a Ponce Da Leon, come over Sunday: and Orassv Point,.. _. .. .. .. .Jan.:22. YOUR MONEY BflGK. ,

charged with assault with Intent! to frleiulj who owed me *10 die last week. spent the day the. guests' of Mr. and. Mrs. S' Andrews. ,,.. .?;. .. Jan. 23. ,
Wlllvllle,... ., .. .. .., . .J all. 2.%.
a murder. lie placed him In Jill: Wednes I guess lie'* taken thit with bin all Carl Heltorllnd. Parker, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Jan. 20. Don't, forget now tLat its at. > '
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day. I I rfojbt.Vonkrr. Rtntesmnn Mr. U. L. Norton, who has been with M r e. I

1 Dr. J. R. Farrlor for some time left .....1.. Ca o _..t..ltF.
? THE BANNER] l Is now ready to receive Liter Salted.Bl FAR11OR
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the announcements of county candidates -I thought Flank was to' college Tuesday for Ocala, where he goes to accept "The curtain goes up at 8:15, so we'll BROS .
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Just In tltoe. t ,
Mud. the "V'.." Let the for a career n. preacher. a lucrative position
accompanying -- "But If we have a box It really seems. ..' ,
Ily So he
wu. but from the big bill
fc V'K > announcement and the! "V" come "together lie ken'; send,In" In 1 thought ought/ to Hon. 8. M. Robertson and. Dr F. C.I a shame to be,so. PUDctuaJ.Brookl.vn'Llfe.r -. I IL II Y
for "In inlty there Is strength. -- .1.' '
r f j ,cake a doctor of- bio>_B rerlj Tlmea. I Wilson of Chlplev. have been. appointed : "- "" ..; 1. ,.;

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