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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 21, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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==;:='. ---'- - Senator By Popular Vote. + gX 14tt % l 6 1w1iA ntytt r11ItA

B port of Bawd. .,.f!Faklie Iniruetioa of W..hlogtoa;: Cionoty, Florida.roa 'X'he Isthmian Policy I 1 ,
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MOUTH Bnmatf:! WOVBMBBB SOtic, tool.Date. The question of the election of Unite 'j

No.War., To Whom Paid Amount 6y popular vote has .belln
? + :-ll" 1 Tlv cash on hand. .. .. .. .... ... .'... . .... .4780W' Wanhlnaton. Jan. 14.-!Shortly after the States senators '
r 3 1/17/ To .?. G. Fertla. teaching I ChMey..... .. .... Betel cabinet'mtwilna of yesterday, t1f>crl'tarJ'Root so much discussed that practically eve 'lI
'". .. 3X l \8 II 1k tflachlng-atChipley .. .... ... *MK rvbody Is familiar with tbe argument Jut i i i ii.
.. ... I Issued the following! statement ra
8000.
2 .1M( WhIlloHarvny.teachingasChlpley, .. .. for and against the Innovation. In thLibrary :
.. 2 170 Auonan. Blw. machine at Chlplev. .. ..... .t... BOO<) ltardln the Isthmian u llcy of the. administration -. Congress there are hundred I \ ,
( . ..., 3OO of
L ',,171 Catharine Fe! -tlg. teaching at Cbiplnv r
' '" .. 2 .172 E Young, teaching at St. Andrews. .. .. .. .,.:. 4101() vartous'gnarterl! of books pamphlets on the subject
'' In
} 2 173. E Hakr.. teaching at Sty Andrews.. .. ... ..... 2.100! "The publication and the newspspere have been expresnIng '
t. ,: ..S 174 Mllbra I"rouk.tert-hln *Vernon. .. ... .... KSOO" of HAWS Indie i'hllf th. he government regard to It for ReceivedSold !
q 2 175 Mlnnln. Ynlvnrtoii. teaching Unl, n .. ... 3001\ Is preparing. to aend-tr lops to the Uth- .,themX"I iwlth. i
, ; 2.176' TJ Kny. teaching at PIea"antGrove.. .. .. .. ... 50O on m'lItary operation) ye *.nze' In the method or
.... .. .... 2100 mils to carry anywhere pre
:I177\ 8 D "o.\lck. tnachlng' at New flo"" set\ tare
of I
L la :I. 178. A A Allen\pacIiJllg at Poplar Head .... .. aftOO against Colombia has ) i"n the source ,tor who takes consid
'.2 U"rtrntl.OI\\ft..n.\Pa.shlnlluP.lrkftr..2711O: considerably ai noyan:A to the executlvi! '
179
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:) 2 ISO! MIMe Cjara. Prows. teaching at Tompklns. .. .. 27 !.W( and to the war departinnnt. No, atftle o'war 11111 t ht '* \ the matter recen'll ):\
... .. .. SttftO nd to liRe what. h"d
2 181 BH Hlnxlntary. tnauhlog ut New Honor went over t
tw-kvo-mtrlns '
tr :3 182 J W Uovrnn.. teaching New Orange.. ..., .. .. 3'OO'! ;;'iY exlsti between the ; ) been done M\v' nat rem lined to be don'" 3 -"

'dr '2 183 T.anra Bus-"*, teach Ing at Nixon. .. ..v.. ..... 3000 ',, Inauguration of hostilities Is oootempla-' He found that the legislatures. of tblrt Cars of i '
2 1S4 RIRocb..t.Aa..hlllg..nlllJa".. .. .. .. .. .. ... 821\() + tad by this government; no' preparationfor I
>3> 185 J N i Koche teaching at fIII.r'iFerry .. .... 23IW/ war Is being made. *. [I Is not believed states. had ..d)pted resolutions: favorabl I ,
2 11 'C E Rnr-he.Utachiuw at .VhlteOak.. .. .. B3BO/ to the popular election scheme, and the
.. 2' 187 l\.ry.llopk1n., 'ching.tOakRidv.. .. .... 21OO by the president nor by the secretary. of half d > of them had formally pe
same 'z n
.. 3 .111S C BKollxr. teaching at NMW Harmony2750 state that any occasion< for the employ and !
constitutional
't 2 189 KlzzlftU"ln..r. teaching aO.k Hill. .. . .... 27 /BO ment of troops on tholslb l 'mis Is likely K lltloned Congruss M order WAGONS BUGGIES
2 190 110 Harris. teaching at So. Bonlfav.. .. .... ,.3700 have used their utmost effort convention for the purpose of roakin :
2' 1.1, It L McMillan, teaching at Perch Pond .. .... 2\.M' ; arise. They! the necessary change In tho fund tmenta I I "
11.; 3 193 T Ii \11 Irh'.n'.r. ......."InW at West Bay... ,....... 3500';".,. to convince U nQrl\l U yes and the
.. 2. '.193 ELa..ddlck.teacbloc at Brock. .. ...... 3)001) liogota officials of the friendly lo.ntlonsof law.The That Must
.2: ,. 1M Gena Gainer teacniiig at Lake Rllcy./. ..... 2'7/10/ x this government' ,toward' Colombia, otheir change could be mada only by con '
:3 1U5;' Mallln N IUel',' teaching' at Monthslde.. ,'.,. .... JOO( stltutional amendment. The consttutlon '
ofllce
EconHna .. ......'.. 27 W readiness to use their good '
sljall
call
-3: :94\ \ T H Dllalner, teaching that Ubngras/ a
." 3 ."J97< Jnnnh.1)eed'.touchingat.Burke.. ,..... .. ,... 2500 In the getljement' of Any questions In die provides -1Be Sold-!
"'' 2' ..118.lOFlnnRY.\ teaching at4>rantu... . .. ,....... 41OO! pitte between' ColnmbU and Panama. Ii& convention hr proposing amendments ou I '.'
2 199 -. Ads Robinson.tRl\cblnfll nt Tiller ... .......2\00: them believe that the application,of the legislatures of two
". 2 '20.1 '- MlmaCarinlcbael, teaching at Msy..n. .... Z1KO: / ." difficult for to thirds of the "ta8ITile work of lIuch
'* 3 201 '!.tarl.. Parranfore. teschlnz at UnarCreek. .... 2500 : authorities In Uonota. can bo so bllndnc\ convention would have tube ratified by Our Prices arc Right! (

I '. 2 203 A B NvUon, te..cblrlll at !Kethft.. .. .:..,. .... 20 m. by passion} and prujidlcw, at to dnclare .
Mar .. .. .. '*><*> the legislatures of three-fourths of the
3. 203 AddIO-Jacksun. teaching SL .? against ns. Even If this rId nOli-! '
tI IYanla.. .. .. .. .. 2710/ war Enough states .as noted, hay
2 201 H L Flipper, teaching Ita tell.
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1 1''; Yales.... .. .... '200 step should bit taken by Colombia, thl }hand 'j'
-: 20.1 :Nettle ttuchanan teaching taken favorable action from time to' tint W6 also }have 011 i'
.. 3 20(1 J J olton. teaching at St. i,like.. .... .... .. .. 27 no government will be In. no haste to responx .
". 3 2(17( Patience Ronlhar, teaching at Sand bill) ....;.. 2100! to her ebaHenlle. Tbw president make to have tho convention called provide .
F .'," 2 I) 208 I.llla Dnvls teaching at Nsw Era. .. .. ..... .. .. 2.100! all possible allowances\ for the nature that they were to act In concert In Ihe the VERY: BEST STOVE :
.. 1tlO! But It seAms ,
2 2OU petitioning of Congress. I
3 SM 910'K P Sanchez trachl at Varnun..t.. .. ... 30OO excitement In liogoti over a stale o con "

8 211 L li Pratt aalarv aato. Sup. . .. .. .... .... //IOI()() things for which thaw C )blmblan !govern. very difficult to secure< the necessary the market at prices
.e. '- ." 2 212 .JTC&u"rpudlpm.ndmll..arre.; ... .... ..... 84O alone reaponslblo and of which I It. certof action since It app,-ar$ now likely on
Is
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$ .> 3" 213, G B Buh. per diem and mileage. .. ...... .... 480 that the question vlll become more or I
', 2., ,214 S J G&lnnr, per diem and mileage. ... .. ........ 820 was fully forewarned Hut they mns less Issue. Heretofore both Den that will please. And :
v" 3 215 J.II..owflt.c/m.a.Co.Tre.... ...... .. ..... 834 ,eonneror later rwcoanlze tire IrreslstlbU a>4>arty advocateand -
1 .' ", 221ft The Cnlpley! Bauner printing Wept report.... 200' Porto of ancomllll bed facts! and the noon'; ocrals anti Republicans have I
": I 2) 211 M R Prltchard. lumber for Grant. ... _......:. 1180 all opposed It, without a drawing of 1 keep at all times a ( .
", I 3) 218 R C Home, uidse. for Grant. ...... ...... .. ;., 1 /flO er this Is done the better for partiesWe party lines. Morgan' Pugh and Vest of we ) ,\
r ", 3 219Vernon Ulst, No. 8. bldg. school house. ,..'.,..,. ..13573C : : have done thorn ni> wrung: wn would .1
.4 ?' 2 220 J VV Crav.... stove pipe for St.Ivikw..... ...... ,1 40 like to bf of service. to them) U they are the Democrats have OPpo8E'dhe props and complete line of :
'. :2 .'231 U W C laud!!ere. repairs on W Hay school bO'lIe 400a wise they will not put It out of our power sltlon, while Perkins of California very } ,

.M.; 2.. Ity awl of A R: Croon 1 mill 1902........;.. 1301 of .hjien and -'"''onceto Burrows MicbUan among other republicans
bv act ra
rY s ,.* 11\ 1J, of C tax ... ,. 1)1940( any have advocated It. lowevei .
... .....' ... B'Si HARDWARE.
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'f'' -83 By amt.of A C1'roum: redempllon. :. 11 help them. It Dom ,
; ? To cash on baud to balance,....... ... ..,., ..., .43OO00 the tendency towards making a
.' ocrallc proposition and a feature of thA
fp 6834 Southern Timber. Should: that "
n"Iolnnal'party platform. j
r .
Dec. 1 "- By rash on hand.. .. .. ... .. .. ...X....:::- $.1007,. be d..ne, and should the Democrats cat COME SE: ]4'. us! ;
We hereby certify that the (ongulog".ta\tlLClit:: Is iruekud' comet In every )par The long reltcn of tho" northern white lure thelrgfslatureeof-thirty! states. It i I I... !

i ttcular. "V Y, :, pine Is ended. The southern yellow pint. pretty curtain that tbe convention .wool :

ATTEST 1. I*. i PRATT H. B. BUSH has,dethroned It, says tbe Atlanta Jour be called. Theo roposltion undoubted! : & Colcman. I

Sect( .and (.'0. Mnpt. l.'ha.lrm.tD.H..r&.r n al. baa strong popular support, and It woul Harper .

\, When this country was first settled, a. win many votes for the party adopt) "
.
I". Board elPUbllela.troeilooorwaablegaoo'uualyM: vast region of while pine forests extend and urging ('t as a campaign Issue. OI'II1"'r: ..LY FLA..

lea MONTH KNMSO: DKOCMHEB 3UT. 1003.. Ad over bordering the !great lakns. Thli -

Datn.' :No. War To Whom; Paid Amount. white pine was used for almost, ever] AVERYCL'ISE!: CALL.

D..c..1 By crash on bund ... ..:.. .. ... ......... ..30073 for which lumber Is availabletlousns ever .
Chlpiev! ...... purpose "'I stuck to my engine although t ,
lemhlng 8000
1' ,7 222 "j'oJ O \<''IUII:, lit and blind rucke ': *
were built of It. Doors uoh..cIlncl every nerve wee -::;::tr00o ->
joint
7 233 latbarlnn Ferllg, ,,-.chIDlIto!! hlpley.. ...T.. .. 4000 lout -
." 7- \\IIII..Uarypy.I..lu'bIiUl&& Cblplet .. .. .......... 8000 for half the United States were furnished with pain," writes O. W. 8"111"1". a,. "1 I IrAYIt1)
7 223 A pante )Klow, teaching at Ctmilt; v... ... .-... auto from It. Dry goods boxes, (crates furniture motive firemen i of ow appelll
7 2'M: J U Kertlg, east roam No. S! at(. hlpli-v....... SOOO and dolls made of whltt wee week und pule without anY '" \ UJMTK tmitLu: iEA'r'tl.Thu i ALONG PICCADILLY.
were uhout to gitni
7 227 Young, teaching at IS,. Andrews. . .. .. .. ..w 00 toys and nil run down. As 1 was / --..
i .. 7 2U8: K Maker t..achlli/l I at St. Andrews... .. ........ 2500 pine. Later It furnished paper pulp foi >, 1 got H bottle of Ricctrlo. .Ultteta an dlcl! family ol Mm M. L Bobt.it. or II rrgcrton.'I'unnanw tae Tide of tloelal London
1 Tber
well over
7 229 T S M Iebeiu'r, t< aching, p at \VashIiigtun... MOO thousands! of prrssee.Or aHprinklnv ll. 1 felt 118 a her cI llnK irtd( were
.. 7' 230 "'R Paver, teach; nit ut.MlllvIlle. .. .. .......... 14000 1..00.he. white pine supply, once sc in my life." Weak, slukly run dawn pm' .- |'io\\ erU' H to ..IIvewr.. The moil ekillCuliliBl'iirtrm Flow. (o the KnlU-Bt. .
..... 7 231 Clara Prows teachlLg ltolm..Crl'ek.. .... .. 2750' pie. alwnts Ruin,. new 1iteetrength end vlnr \ | unit every remedy liHiil, C"lh.d.while Piccadilly menm. C'uld and blatant by. i.
7 233 MllbrsilrockteachingstVrrnon. .. .. .... 8.\f.o abundant, 'has Mbown signs of falllnir. h from their use. Try then Hatisructin"u l oinmimptlon wee slowly but surety contriMt as one ilia rut's down It. Yet
7 : 33 MreWCLoekeyle.IehingaIVarnon..i.. JOOOSOOO There has come also 'a formidable competitor H PII n K'od by ii. 1'. MtGuuchy & C" iHkl-tit\ her ,If.... In tills tf-rrlMo" hour I r. '

7 234:! H U BoHtlo. teaching al New Hope.. .. .. .._ -tho yellow pine of the south. Price 60 cents. K"' 1l'8 VPW |1118'i cnviiy for Uo'iouinptmn even hare be the cunnliliuever no
7 211: Mrs r Culiim, teaciilng at Wausau. .. ..... 40 00 dull of the lumber r turned ilHupuIr Into Jnv. The Hut, liottln bright the lBltor IB crthvnt-d In the
: .. 7. 2lt:( A A All. n. teaching at Poplar Head.... .. 8.100 The present state brought. Immedl.ito, teller! and Its continued pearly haze that tome ntteutiutes. unl-
j .. 7 2,17: Gertrude Ua..t"lI. leaching at Parker .. ... 27 /5O market In the north and east-Minn to labor Worked The Conductor. line completely cured her. Its fe cruel flea most If I not nil of London. that
i 7 213 R S: tilnidetarv, teaching! at Nov Honor.. .,,. ... 21 30 troubles and unsettled conditions In ---- oortnin turn lu the world for nil lliro.it. nod
.. 7 2:11): L.aur.1 lt.I. teaching. at Nixon: .... .. .. 3000 '. Wall street-has brought out very plain' playing curds In the Iniitf trouble GunrunieedlinUlesAon and haze that bus tantall/l rind defeated
gl .. 7 34U( H I H.ictlH, teaching Limit Bay. .. 33 W Four men were M. 'Ir.Hi tattles fi-uu at b. K MtUeacliyit how uiiiny artists! Even over Piccadilly
t 7 241 J N Kix-hUrtnacliliu/ at M III..r'. \HVrrv:.: 2350: ly the superior position ofll'J'lth/rn' tlm smoking compartment when tho con due.- ; Co., drug store.I even over this the mont mundane of

7 252 J. M HolnifH. tea..h ug at Piney Hill.'.. 23 OO ber. Says' the lumber Trade Journal: tor entered with the request says the all London streets. It (brows its anvingglamour. '

7 243 C 12 Roche, tnaelilnor. at White Oak. 2".J/iI/ "Reports from such grew dislrlbntingpoints Uhlcago; Int.>r-OcH.an" ,. ,"Fares' gentle
.. 7 244 Marv Iloiaclne.taa-ting .i Oak IUdg. .. ... 2.1(X) for southern lumber as Ht. 1-ouln In Fro... n...... liVlefd! the whole RIII"tlldIIv .
.
; .. 7 241: Ci E Kellny traeblaii Mew llvrnivnjr' .. ... .. 2'71\0 m n. In cold In winter If nu" mlRlit .si-rve for a studio not
".7' 246 J. W Aimley teaching CarYvlIIe. .. .. ... ... .2710! and Kansas Indicate altogether differ- 'ihree ot them quickly handed l up tick linnola. where the for Its values alone, but for the com ,
7 217, A U Not I on. teaching. Mutton! $pring..9250: ins tone to the market for southern pine els, but tbe fourth dId not, and uoeranc very Interim*, the nuii-kcts ore very curious It.
It.
.. 7 _248 Jakle vvnieford"cblnirat Brtidford.... ... 2750! Lhan Is Indicated for the market for white suddenly embarrassed. thlnKfl., The meat la: frozen the car- plexity! of the type Unit throne
become
Oak Hill) 2750/ to Is the iilMt ""11(" or London the dlstlllutlun -
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7 :240 KIul; Garner, teaching at of deed nnlniolH. tin cheep and I, |
.. 7: 2.10'( H C Harris tea.'Ill tin at Hu. lil\I!..'. CTSO/ _, pine. Ills. accordingly remarked that "Far" '" said the conductor again thl, cusses of all London blimnnlty',: to bestudied
outside stalls
rd.t 2350/ retail lumber yard In the original pigs. "tiiiid upright the :
7 21131J fJ Key. teaclt 4iw ut Cowl many time rather stornly. I nowhere so iiuricwly II" from s j\
.. 7. : E L Ki-ddick/ tf.icliln ( Ht Itrock .<-. 3OK275O(> white pine consuming district{ or what The passenger addressed responder everything, wen tramp and poultry requires 1 I

.; 7 2132vr (tcnaOnnnr, -acllliiK! At Like KllevMallli -... ...... / has heretofore been considered as such with a .series of spasmodic winks and to be thawed before It can be I Icookt'f1. I a bus top. Perfect Iu Mnurlem In the .!
k "T MilkerPauhh at bouth'ldu. 3000 orlctnulipfironcli., pun' by and are.L'ft
I 7 2112Vt! ,Ktlmr' Mllli-r, t< a-ntnn at Hahoma .. .. .... A1U ire buying freely of southern pine, while \&ppodh .f 7 T li DUulnar, tenchtnic at koi ulna.. .. .. .. 2750/ baking/ but little of the northern product: when hU three companions 'wero nol to ns picturesque a* It Is warm anal ;I windows. Pbll Mny In the ;
..' Bnrk .. 2100( ( club
7 :3.17' Jfiinln I Di-cn, tuaohloic that ihi'se'yards are changing more and comfortnble. '1
,
.. 7 258! ,)JlattiHUIItiourap Waehln .. 3350/ looking. the rlvern frozen over all I III... swarm bi-nl-ath one, und clmructersfrom
grant .. from the one said the Then art
7 2.10 W C Finery\ teaching 2'JIIO more, from .ea"on0 season "Come, sir; I'm in a finrry: and thick Is the ice Thnckemy cud Dickens jostle
'100- the other. s the winter long no
.7 24W( Ada l.t.I.'II1.t."cblnA'aaTllJer. == lo :oaduclor. the sidewalk. The
.. 7 201 Henry Hush, tnacblmj/ at Jnllrlmi ., 2iI(1: ( ( "This Is not altogether at the bnbest of hI sir but I have not got amticket. that every one colin skate anywhere and unsuxpertlnKly on
.. 7 2U3 MHHIR Ituchanan t ta. hln atVatn*, .. .... ...- 2510( ( lh.. dealer himself but Is more the result am" sorry any time '8tall are put up on the Ice club. alone, which never look no thoroughly *
7 203 MlmaCertnkhwL.. a hlnit" May .. ..... 2'JfA \ < bold clubbable) ns whenhastily j
," 7 2 ,... 7 2O.12W A I Jfelxon.. Uuchl IK tit Hetbel..J.1. ,: .., :2 one's
N L Flipper tfliicliL' a Ht HylvanJa. ... 2750 live chiefly by hunting Hud HoblnK store memory n
7
> plue[ and ovpress once quite pronouncedn "n will allow me to take iakaafl
1"14. you nil
I' 7 2072W I'atlencrt Huulbac,. a hlna at Sandhrir..Tr./: 2500 and the fur of the Russian anluialn In recognizable types. All aghund v
.. 7 11 F \Vhlie. teaching at Frlnndablp..X2750 many sections of the Mississippi val. ?" Inquired the dellnque.nl. hit- the empire. Indeed sooner or Inter finds ,

.. 7 219 E P Sanchez barb og at Veruonlj .... 3900M >y, having practically passed away and allow players. very beuutlful-the ermine fox Its to I'li-ctidllly.. One cannot puns' .
ti '.7'2'70 I, Pratt, nalarv. w.C I Hllpt.. ()OO thl* coupled wltb moderate prices with -"Not much" was the unanimous aniwer. lea otter and others.At lIable'j WilY
: 'a 7 .271 J:T Career par dl-ni and miluagn! ....... 240 grades has. led to the end of the winter down It without a sight of nome glittering ;,
,
.. 7 273 I* H lush unrdliui aid mllAaior.... ... 480 equally satisfactory melts the hnntmnun turlmned.: alien figure majestically
7 273 M J Gainer: \p-r rt nu, and mile-ig.,. 020: ihwchnnilnif to'the sonthera products. "My money lit all on the board," sat now pursues lnolHted. umjentlcu unbeeded.llegent .
r 7274 L. H HowRil! cum as Co. Treat.. 2108 That the south Is the logical: stales, to ";ho passenger, appealing to' the conduo elk! wearing! lonix ghocs, In wblch becan .
a''' 7' 271 ltunk rJi,t No.2j.trana.ot pualU......? 2000 which the restof the must soon Rlld over' the. now very iilfkly| : street may .claim H grander
.. 7 :276 J O H..iiiW8 7 277 R S) Sintftatury.. Incfdeutal for New Uunor...? 3 41J turn; for Its lumber, U a proposition that "You'll have to get off at tbe. next sta- uutl step and Is at I devoted 'femininity but It 4s along '

/, 7 278 Th Cbiuly: annrrprntingOct.( report. ... .3 OO low admitof no argument. .Ion, then."" deeper every Piccadilly that the tide of social Lon .
!,. 7 270 Vernoti Jl.., No. 6. bulldlog UOUSP ... 3010( laid his cards face down and last overtaken and kllletl.
.. 7 240 Parish UrOtl.1I911b for Yate...._... 1971' Political Ttinrairt don flows brim full-Sydney BrooksIn
7 281 ParUh Bros..bda..bdlrrudernd...... ......... 1360 )cell ny. said In a low tone to the next! player, ". Vnmm.1. Harper's Magazine
.n'l. 242. K C Horn mdra cm>. reuu re .. ....... MOO "Flow much do you expect to spend
7' fl urn .1 R Thonipiou. poll 1WW ? "! raise twenty was the rupl,. .
.. 7 Hy amt. from J It bompnon polls 1UU3.\ .. ..,.. .- 13OOlly ) General Rafael Reyes the Colombian you the for your wife's I birthday present7""About Did yon ever notice the Indec'slon! 1
," 28 amt. from A Croon redemption .. .,., 8 bd envoy 'to our capital bas
31 To cash on band to balance.... .. .... .. .. .... .2.10545' Secretary Hay has answered his second condu.- or. The latter gave. It one glance.Then cut with but few passengersIfllwnnkre ?- 'r:j, I
bo relieved a fat pocketbook of two (Sentinel ''' j
an a .435761 43.7741 letter, stating again' that Panama Is an 1
Independent republic and that the Incident *) bills and handed them to the dealer.
'1904. "We see your *:>> and go yon *20 bet-
Jan. 1 Ry call b on ban-*..!I... ..;..... 2SO345/ on the Isthmas Is closed and will ,sild. .xe--F.N.Holle
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%vcertlfy that the foregoing ituu u eat Is true and correct. In every particular not be re-opened. lie IJI'lIores'"II "1m.lIerlnent" ter. he
The original raiser of 130 shifted nn- '
s that
ATTEST: General Reyes' request Co.
&
O. B. HUSH. his Matters were brcom :
In. Mont
L. L. I'RATT. the correspondence be snub to the Hen a to easily
ttec. and Co. Supt.. Chairman. Perhaps this crime of Impertinence Is the Ing compllcitted. Flnallv. he said 'I'll
.r ales you ten.OJ
cause of the hiding( or so many Important. "i'aM: him" said the conductor and
i Captain. L. Id Ills I I.* another su i it1ness. a uiUt!!:,.riU TROUBLES.It : documents from the publlo btr. the Secretary landed over the monev. Wholesale and Retail Liquor Merchants. ,

He Is promoted, by the President I. exceptional to kind a family where. of Slate. The delinquent passenger called and
z ute brlgadler-aeneral, and jnmps over there! .re no d"nifstlc rupturo. occmloiml tarLnd t.olIoke In ttm .noney.on four acne QUINOY FLORIDA .
354 majors 12} f". but lbe.f cnn KM tetsvnetl by baring \>rKlnK's :-: rhen' the other showed a straight flush ,
the heads of 274 captains ( Sew Life Pill\ Around Much truu- and proceeded! to nil hU Dockets with the
Itnuteaant-colonels. and 109 colonel I I toed Have by their iftJHt work In slum Chairman James K. Jones, of Arkansas money, which Included the conductor's.Tbe Paul Jones Pure Rye, delivered at $3.75 for 4 full

Though a, youtti who graduated ,fromb'e and liver troutlen. They not only relieve called the Democratic National Committee latter was dazed. Tba delinquent quarts, or jug in plain box.

West Point )ID 1879 he will. 'Jlke Genera A Co.YO'I., drug but our S&o at S. K. McUeacbv I to order at noon on Tuesday lo the nnsnngor"Now' you'll was have meek to and get astonished.off!" snapped 10 years old Best Rye $4.20 for 4 full quarts or

CI- Wood, outrank many men who hay' store baf-ruom of the 8h.ore.ham hotel In tin conductor.< jug delivered in plain box.

'!' spent their whole lives In the army.WONDEUFUL. I J. General I J-b n B. Gordon, the Iaetllving. I Washington, to select the lima and place The train was just pulling Into' a sta Af.tpr years old, Rye, delivered at $3.20 for 4 full quarts,
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for the Democratic National, Convention.lstlnguUhod Ion and the whole party
; NKHVB.: Lieutenant-Generalof. the Confederacy. the train started again a pa. enwerrllmark..d or j j'Jff' in plain box. .
: Democrat were pr..pntfrom
,, died at Miami Via .(on the Oth.) He lay. DI to the conductor We also!! carry in stock a full line of all kinds of
.'.' 'X:, Is displayed' by maa av s men endurlm4li I all parts of the country. TI ere "Pretty slick crowd eb? 1 saw 'em I
., ,., .. of suuldrntitl Cut" Wvtimls. Bnil ", In state at Atlanta, and wa burled atbis was a strong sentiment In favor of the work the game over In Ohio a few weeksNut goods, from 1.50 per gallon and up. We guarantee
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Hut : need fir It. BuukKn' + the conductor was so mad that hedid
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J'-" .'C.lhlt""III"III'be p..oln and cur the) many jearn ewaIlG.neroor-aOI1"'u." S. two after the Republican convention. not stop: to reply but went Into the this morning and get goods tonight.

r ,"., trouble.- 1 ell the test Halve CIa earth.fey, Senator a mica of great. ability and i fear.? Urea barmouy prevailed with a tendency O"lt car .and slammed the door to..behind .i Y
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Perhaps the death of no' other man I The boom for the Presjd ney Wouldn't lnd Slo..y. '

PUBLISHED:: KVJCRTf THURSDAY: would have evoked throughout the 80ut" has begto cause Democrats serious bat G.y. Uood Ad.._. : Correct Foot Wear. :

such a leellur; A' general arrow, accompanied thought. It Is said that the boom has the Several turfniAu were discussing the .

r ,by the sense of deep pl'I'00all08s, tacit ortbntatlveapprovalof both Dry sharp methods of n certain bookmakerWho

Subscription $1.00 peryear. In advanoo..u as has that of General John U. Uorkon. I an and Johnson.( So soon as the, Democratic adds to bit Income by money' loudIng. -

., ; -i 1 I :Nor Is that sorrow coqtlm-d to .the South:! National, Committee tlxes the date He wee conceded to be u bard .

Entered at the portoffice at Qhlpley, Fla., aaoonnd -ot which his life Is a part of Its most for the convention the Hearst boomers man to deal with. C7A .
"But I'll bet $:.00 thnt I can borrow
daw mall matter.w. 1 I I
will labor called for
brilliant hUtorv-for throughout the have a convention a
$IOOO from hint on spy i>**\if?iial recognizance -
n -I country North and /youth:: h. was held month prior to that" datn. This convfntlun. : "' ." sold one. -- .

,; :W. JONBt, Editor.Advortlnlng I In such cordial esttu-m as to make_ his U b7said;\ wJll nominate Hearst for "Donef{ answered the crowd ;simultaneously
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death a source of national IIrl.C.All\ ProHldent and tiledge him the labor vo'e.' and UK IIP could only) stake

-rates fiii-nUbcd, application.. commander of vthcf United Confederate Following that an anti combine/ convention I one bet they pooled ntrulnat him

'J Veterans' Association, succeeding himself will,be held, at which all the Thinking he hud a sure! tiling he went
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T............'", :January. :ait, 1VO*. term after terman one of the greatest "anti,," opposed to Institutions. which '! off with an accompanying committee i

of the Confederate commanders. Hearst's papers have fought" will be gathered to Bee the money lender.
---- -- "Mr. CIIHU" (tbnt wnsn't bin unmet. he
throe times (Oocmtlu./ Senator and twice under one canvas and that body
11 nerve In'ber ,
Japan shown great dealings snlfl. "tbe," gentlemen have bet 1/11'
"her Governor-as II typicalSonrherrfer In will hand another Presldrntla'! nomination F<>I.r.
I with Rqstila.TaWferro $r OO flint I cannot borrow $1.000 from
: his veneration of the traditions, the Impulses -' to the New York Congressman. you. I don't need the money( but you

) In hound to he u winder In the history, and the asnoclHtlonof When the DemocratlcConventlonouonB let me have It for a duy. and I'll divide : 1V.DIEJ."V".A.nr.TX. > "W'V'' ortmJE:1'T;

the Drlma.r)'. wen It conies off. his peou'e! -a* embodying all that a week or two later the plea will be'made the bet with you."
I .. stood for the glory of the old Mouth before that Hearst Is the most available man to The committee Kiisped. but the effect is surprising how quickly an vn- '

All the large winter, hotel* are now the war, and as representing. the nominate, being the choice of the labor of the cool proposition wns unlocked inviting }Snot will llastji favorable .

open,, and traveito Florida la on In dead spirit of the peace, .progress and enterprise and anti-combine delegates.It for. Instead of Jumping at the chance impression. So it isn't safe to run '

earnest. of the !South: of later days-Ills death .t, asserted that Hearst will have the Mr. Cash buttonholed bis Interlocutorand a' '
Mid: chances. Il's/ar better to select '
moves from the sphere of earthly activity -'I tupuort of no"less a political power than ,- ,
Florida want a'ship canal;; probably the one male of whom It was gen Charles F. Murphy, tho boss of Tammany -Did you" make that bet?" O Shoe that precludes such a result, one
I a II ttlfl !sect-salon mlgbt have, profitable "I did. _
Influence. eralIf conceded that he occupied alonetheunlgnedistinction the organization to which George/ !? "You bet v$.100\ that you unlv theSouth B. McClcllan\ will ]look for ,orders now "
I t I' not In money 'from me? 1 graceful In its outlines, easy ;'
The Democratic National Convention but as well In the eyes of all the that he has stepped Into the mayoraltyof -That'll what I did." '

which IOI.etsll1 St. Louis. Julu: Oth. will world, as being/ beyond a doubt the greatest New York. "Then." In'u whisper "go and.hedge.* I on the foot and so madrTas to render, --

name the.next President of the United. and most conscientious "Southerner. I There Is no denying that Congressman; -New York Press. maximum service: Yvu secure .all

States. Coming oat of the war :as one of Its noblest Hearst has an organization and Is ex- w these attributes in the

.. heroes, ho wont at once to work, i i tending It dally' for nearly every day 'the \Vb.r The..'. a \VIU Tbe..'. it War. )

In distribution of the convict fund contain brief from "One of those thing which go to Star Brand
the not only to rebuild the lost fortune of the papers a dispatch some Shpos; "- ,
show that wbp..ttbl'r la. will thereIs
tor the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1003, I section for which he had takAn'up arms, j town Jn Illinois,.IndllLna.. Michigan or a .. ,
a way, In well exemplified by u
Washington county gets as her share but be was amo,: g the flrst to lead In the an dolinnR-8tntP) to the effect that a happening/ '' lu a certain southern elt,." -'S 1d.BYJ-

'33?40. great work of the reconciliation of the William' R. Hearst[ Club was formed said a well known former rallroul:

'eThe r a sections. To no man i U mere credit: due there. Already, Chicago: has soveral.'andthe ] man. "A man before his uinrHugi holdpurcbnsld 1T Li Wells.&t Kro'
way to 'grow In business Is to keep Carter Harrison faction whl h has, ., '
for the good results of the'campaign for n beautifullylocated lot l lu
Your name and business 1 before the Dnb- real peace than to General Gordon and declared for Congressman Williams for the city cemetery and paid( $lOtt< for It. .

lie] by meant of advertisements In the nd less of a hero was 1m In this struggle- President: Is wondering If It means any- After awhile be married and. nome tenor <*XX %10
newspapers. .. far reconstruction'had Its battles even thing serious. twelve years afterward died.. and ,.r- &?
i S wan burled In thus aforesaid! benntlfiilU; '
The priceless Kern of humanity' Is sympathy more bitter than those of war-than" In located and his .
lot. grave wn vnrefull.v ,
tile stormy conflicts of shot and! shell' The Flr.t Speaker. Had Said Kitongb. First national :Bank
) ; a feeling for those things that tended for awhile by bin widow. ,
money \ cannot bitthat; time cannot when hA led his men to, deeds that willever At a recent public dinner given In When the big'fnlr came off In .Chicago>!

dim! tbat mood cannot. destroy. uhl.ja among the most glorious and Washington, at winch Senator Cbanncoy and all the world was en >outtf"to that 01-1\InI.ininut.,. FIn

daring la the annals of war. A man of M. Depew was! present, one of thopost- Mecca: the widow took a. notion she .

The Atlanta Constitution: wisely nays: magnificent courage, of Buch rare personal prandial speakers expressed himself !In must nee that show. An a result of along ConcteD.ect Statement .t CLo.or Sualnsae.' BT.. 9tH 9O3* .

"Uncle Sam la rich enough ,!and enterprising magnetism as to be possessed by but somewhat fulsomt terms .regarding- the cogitation over way and means RESOURCES.: LIABILITIES.. "

/ enough 10 conduct more than one one of thousands!'., with the heart of a wo distinguished guest. At the terminationof she had the body of her dcceaw'd husband Hills' receivable and Uond*... ..*I07flr!>t 07U. Capital t Stock: .. .... ,. .. ...:.' 50,00000
exhumed and railroaded fifty ,'S. Itonds ana Premiums,.. .. 13.AOO.OO Surplus Fund,. ..... .... ." 8,50000/ ()
great engineering project at a time. Let man and the will of a lion, generous to a his. speech,, the senator, In spite of 't' ':
miles away and reburied at a coat of Furn tore and Fixtures. .;;:.., 224.38 Undivided\ Fronts:..... ,..... ... 29P203.:
him excavate, the., Florida. ship canal." fault, noble, loyal, brave, and..true' : his hints from friends, declined to respond about $i5.. When sue sold the cemetery Cash and Due from Banks..... 12/1/,719.70 Circulation, .... .. ..:...... .,..:. 13.ROOOO;

name becomes the heritage of Ills people and retained his seat' An awkward lot for $UOO(! and bad a good< oldtime Redemption IVnd ..... .... ...... 623.001: Deposit ... .. .... .....-. ...179,73843 .
Chlploy can bOI&Mtf( ) something thatno .:.... ..
and his fame the glory of a nation.,. pause ensued. at the big world's fair. Somewhat : ", '
other / the United : $180,801.77"TAI t '
village town or city In N"For tl3,891.77 !
goodness sake, say something, of'R financier! wnxn't eheT'- 1
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Slates has or U likely to. have, and The Convention City. whispered Mr. Depew's neighbor. New Orleans Times-Democrat. Bank Comn>cae* that lea muzzled post cilice. The general -By wrlsten agreement Interest'will be Paid on Time Deposits.
The choice of St. Louis as the place for Thereupon the senator reluctantlyarose ,
delivery window of Uncle Ham's establishment his Study. Theme Don' Klllt W ;Jtt. MILTON. Cashier. .
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the Democratic ,national convention Is coughed adjusted cuffs, toyed .;
at this place now a If 11I ltf'lId'ot the birds
weagjt" > shooting
we believe acceptable to nearly every with his eyeuUsses" and said: '

muzzle. .. cue cjcoot the hotel keepers and other "Llfn U worth living only for those who scotching' the snake, siuaslilug. the STEAM ENGINE'S
TAYLOR I
beetle and pinching the tiny life out
The' Now York World tells how to Interested parties of New York and Chlcuuo. can, on occasions, let their convictions of the buttl'l.tJy.w.. were to watch anyone

.ovoid pneumonia. It nays: "The man overcome their modesty! In the belief of these creatures on n summer

who breathes through hiM nose, keeps his St. Toulllill a centrally located city, therefore that the gentleman 'who, has day the day would PUSH like! nu hour COMPLETE TAYLOR 1''.

feet dry .avoid. drafts and liquor and and easy of access from all parts of the, just been talking to you has tried to dome so ,,packed with exciting experience It I SAW MILLS

observeebrdlnaryrules of hvjlene ha "OIINtry. Added, to Its other qualifications justice, but has fallen short In the would' neeui. Through what mysterious GINNING I

comparatively little to fear from pneu as,a convention, fclty, this year It treatment of his subject, I beg leave to coverts of the woodland Into .
moula." will he the of the great Louisiana, resume chair." what a haunted underworld of tunneled OUTFITS -
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---- bunks nnd hidden ditches and secret -
Senator Quay says Unosevnlt will walk I'urchaseexpositione Iniined( It Is quite passages the miuke would show GL +d' ti-- 'Kl : Equipped::! f
likely that this latter point contributedto Fronted By The Hint. :, +-
away with the Republican nomination I uA the way, nnd we should have GRISTMILLS rl
a certain extent towards tbe decision An .extremely precise old gentlemanwas Daiter, Works
That suits us. We hl\ve\ any quan'liy' olDemoemtli strange hearts If, as we thus watch:

Presidential timber that can to hold the.convention there. seated with a friend under the vo- It through Its mysterious day we! dd: .

defeat" Roosevelt easy How let. our noml The city will be greatly ,crowded dur randa at tho back of his house, enjoying\ not tlnd our dislike ot the clever little -' mafJ5UJ1J .

noting convention Delect right timber ing the progress of tbe'fl&lr, but St.. f-onln an after-dinner cigar. nays Tit Bits creature dying away and even changing WILL ShcpSJMUl:! 1 ,

probably knows her business ,and the Presently his guest, having reached the Into a deep tendernefn toward the rSUPPLIES"
and the voters will da the rest.-Tlnies-
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small self reliant iouely IIp..kor FoL-nifry
life so a
men who no to the convention will likely end of his Havana threw the stump on '

T'nlon. .... _. be able to find .some place to sleep of the lawn and lighted another. existence la HO vast a world.. -Suc .t
tees W ooeu Wlr.Fcc., Firs Proof J oe/I a?, Spray Pumps, Mowers.Ilafrvt Jsparatora:
It 'lapuld that William Jennings Bryan nights without going to bed on the tops' What made you throw yourcigar end We will Make It to Yew< Interest to F>giri with Us. P

now cherishes"' the ambltloa to IIP secretary of pianos down there?" grumblnd the old gentle Malayan Tre. Dtvrll.ta.

of' Mate., That's a little too ,much, --- man. "See how unsightly looks on the The fill klll_, or tree sellers, of tbe MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO

but, If William I will.maUe public his views Wood That la Better Thau Coal. nlid, short truss"* Malay peninsula build 'tlie.tr houses In -
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of the boll weevil situation wo'll ace what Perhaps we may some day give: up "Don't see It does touch harm," rejoined forked trees U dozen feet above ground aows..wam. '

we can do toward muklnir him secretaryof burning coal and use eucalyptus wood' the friend. "Surely nobody would and .reach them by mcnnn of bamboo

agriculture sometime! maybe.Atlantit Instead. In some parts of Capo Colony It notice a little thing like that." ladders, which they draw up \II'bpn"uf..11 it?. *'!OF hT'rr$ Ceres ChDler -Icfaltom! ,
housed out'of harm The
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Jonrnal. Is even! now regarded at cheaper to planta "dfy dear boy/' said the old gentleman, Dlarrhou.Dysentcry.
UOUBP Itself K a rude ,kind of clinch, the Bowel Troub! of "
forest nf these qiikk-' rowlng troppthan solemnly, "It In just tKesri little things
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made of bamboo and tbe Is '
'Thirty-four,men In different p'aru of flooring/ Iggl ru Children of Any Age.y .
to Import coal. The eucalyptus that constitute tidiness, and tidiness Is lashed together piece!: by piece and F Aids Dijcsllon.' I Rcgulotej:
tbe have forward and of-
come
country according to observations made In Southern half the comfort of life." bound securely to the tree "limbs by p1F CTSbTHIN i PCVYERS) the Boweli.Strengthen' I

.* fared to stand In the breach candidates India! by D. E. Ilntcltlns and Sir A. The friend. said no more, but presently rattan. + Casts Only 23 cents at Imgglsts he Child end Makes
for the Republican TEETHING
vlcfl.prel'ldent'on EASY.
/ lirandU, produces annually the equivalent be got up hurriedly, went out was absent These curious people are rather small :. lOr cell 15 . ticket. It needs an Instantaneous and f
'! of twenty tons of coal per acre; and for fully twenty minutes and then and lighter In complexion than the Malays ornce o.D. K.Steer, Cwstsrr of ass' spans No..41. L'Im.
> up-to-date man. There's the 'dlstln- munch have I hate frond DrlIolfett'TEETOINbn sWf It rimed.sn a id for my t.eibtng. ohildrsa..: : When, oidoet
though uglier. They mr
\, these writers believe that, under cultivation returned( and sat down again. acs woo a teeEiIn. 5511.1. ...ry .,,,,o.blC dar w.rn..1 u ihs.we weni<1 10..1..1). ....hi.... 1 hapP".iI I Ia
trlllilwd diplomatist, the sudden Banana no form of relljrlon at all-not even! Tt:nTn1Na.&lOll br1ai.i ones ad..lnlaa.rlbll It to him, and his Improvement was me tad I.It bouts u.1 from
this yield .would be doubled "Whore on earth,have you been? ask L"! cia r o. be roanqn ud. I ha.. GO .....u,. topa"and 4lulxe with my.hlllrall. ,and h....tales Rtear" I
Vanilla. or Bony Gorilla, or whatever Idols-no written language and speak n piv.I...oondlnc ala pse a W .u tuoatas of Janos ah&bes, I loses a ,YalUI>hlo.....afir the teothmng '
In ed his
There are; the world atoutplfrbt! billion host .......-1. _
his name ls--wbats the matter with corrupt form of Malay. MlI1I. 1> JJ. IA1cDY.F.
acres of land suitable for growing the "Only across the meadow to spit In the
him? He's-all-rlght! l'
tree at Ita most rapid rate, and onehalfthis river." Tb. Helodrrm. C. BRENT, WM. II. KKOWLES, J. 8. LEONARD. hi

Dr. Caracrlstlc, the noted Colombian area under forest might thus yield The venomous lizard lieloderm. lives PRESIDENT.. VICE-PKE8I1/KHT. CABHIEB.:

an tori ty, offers. proof that. the alleged the equivalent of one hundred ,and sixty l Strikes cued Churches. In the warm zone between.tJie. Cordillera First

Panama revolutlonvwus organlzitd In an billion .tons, of coal yearly.-more than What will be the effect when society ", of C..utrullul'rll'lI and the PncIQcocean. National Bank,

once on Broadway sew York by half a two hundred and eighty times the world's becomes thorough! ) unionized? Charles : It secretes a poisonous 1111 II VII
and has the curious habit"of throwing. OF PE.NS1tCOL-t) FLK. -
dozen Americans, "with the knowledge present consumption. Evidently our Dana Gibson once !asked the question In .
Itself UK buk wjien struck. Its bite
and concurrence of President Roosevelt descendants will not have to BO without one of his most 1l'pctlve cartoons. The on : Transacts a General .BusJn '
Banking
Is not alvrnfM I HO tlllIJJI'I'OIall\ popu har ss.,,
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and Secretary Da;.. who (unofficially fuel, even If the coal mines should give drawing represented" a YOlIOr"man/ who n'mkes. and after .
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opinion severe painIt .,
out 'or If thn operatives of the future ; Your Bu.lr had
agreed to recognize an: Independent gov- been Interrupted] In the very midst of often. rapidly"heals. Recent. obsorvntlons ; "

ernment In Panama", If they would organize should 'decide' to cro on a permanent a proposal] of marriage. The Interrupter show that the saliva Is sometimes DIRECTOR.' 1:,

It without Interfering with Isthmian ; strike, who was. call. ) g him out stood at thn very poisonous and -HOiuvttnies yery In WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT }'. C. RENT; #

ra.nlllt'f --::-- door with the grim and Inscrutable face offensive. The poison acts t>y
Tha volume of money In circulation In of one who resolutely subordinated sentiment the blond arid Hn"t; Increasing tben 1D

The old battle-scarred Confederate veterans this country on .Ian.. last It Is >stated> to duty proclaiming that the diminishing the Irritability of- tbeRulnln '

of Jacksonville are wondering *whv was 1I7OOO.OOO.more than on the corresponding young lady hud been boycotted by the nerve. I J.JONES. wE DO

W. !Sherman: Jennings did not /go to the data twelve months ago. Of union of llglbly ung bachelors. ,...,

station to rpprl'senFlorida when, the this Increase about (75,000,000 was!: In'gold.: low the craze bas spread Into the '"Don't you think* the that Llml-t.the Ideals of A'r'rt1R 'N'J-'V. A T-I>A w BILL P. LETTER ,

funeral train bearing the remains of the .At the present time, according to an an- churches A choir up Montreal! !In statesmanship are higher now then CHirLEYFLA.BUELb .

Soutn's' most beloved soldier and'statesman. thority, almost half the money now In bU majesty's province of Quebec,. recently they used to be?" 'HEADS I-l IIEADB: .

the hero' of many battles, whose circulation In the United States Is /gold I went on a strike 'against the "Sure:!' they are," answered Senator NOTE ENVELO'ESREADS'

'death placed a tear la every !Southern: The New York Commercial says that preacher, and refused to push any moremelodious Sorghum. "I've known..ale time when COOK, -'. I e a aSTATEMENTs. 1

''heartpll8l111d'tbrouiIh./ :aCkS.l.nvllll'! Governor there ls twice as much /gold as silver' dollars notes ant:>> Into the quiet religious ;- I I $llilo was consldennl big money. Now Attorney at Law, nUS1NESS "

,Jennings was In Jacksonville at In circulation and the volume of gold Atmosphere. Consequently that you can't net a man that mounts to cSSPZ EY. F LOFvID: : r N CARDS ;
4VOffio,*up stain In Well buUdlng. ,
anything to look at less than 1 $10.000. .. ,
the time.-Short talk In Times-Union. to greenbacks as three to one \church, musically speaking., 'Is on the CIRCULARS PAMPIILETSMILL
Washington Star. Careful attmtlnn HT IO all matter entrusted
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: A preacher In Indiana has retorted to The Washington clerk ,
are In a heap The results of snread of the striking >ntlnrre"D<,malt>l. time and llre-tftte4 !bturanc COMMISSARY
an odd expedient! to get people to go to of trouble. The Cabinet l has decided ills Fvellnot. Facelsp; ; "*cmnpaolea.JDFQRRBSTER. I' j
His church. He makes canvass of all that( they must hereafter work seven Idea Into religious matters would be aw- "1 don't see anything .reiuiiratable: In "CRECKS I I. CRECKto
ful. Suppose the husbands: who want to tbnt mule" said the prnl'(1f'l"tlvp'pur-i
houses' In which there are children, carrying hours. a day Instead of the regular six RECEIPTS DRAFTS
sleep on Sunday mornings should plan a chaser "pXCf>pt that he's stone bums:' 1 .T R
pockets full of candy. The candy and a hail, The clerks are Indignant I "
concerted movement. Indeed suppose "Yes. cull .replied the mule's propl'I-1 Justice-of-the-. WEDDING I. r
he distributes to the little folk, promlsIngHhem and point to the way In which their dls- etor, "he blln In his eye but -
the preachers themselves should demand
more If they will I bring their tlnguluhed chiefs wifste the time of the orter see him feel fer yon wld his Land conveyance and alll acknowledge; INVITATIONS'.I l G i CARTS -
more pay and shorter sermons. But the means a speclaltf. Courts. Tbnrsdar af I
parents to church the next Sunday. government, being present at their desks beelsj"-Atlanta Constitution.
results of carrying the Idea Into the re- er third Monday In each month tf.
I Queerly enough this "come to preaching several honrk a dateless than the law require .- I .' TO ORDER
Jlglous domain are.too awful to contemplate .
and\;get a gum drop" campaign/ la said to *, and /going/ plcnlclng/ around the Front With the Brash

," have proved a big success. Probably after country and stumping' for their party In "Do yon think It possible for a man L. 1 .I I INNIiy,1:

a while we shall have some preacher violation to the l"lvlllArvlce law of which : who Is clever with the brush to .{. -fA.ttornc:7.-I.tr.'L.: _..- A B. CA RAIIIIIAEL;
The' Washington "
Japanese minister
a living these days? asked the _
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running I a scheme based on. "Accept salvation the President h Illeen such "' ,
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a talks continuously and the crisis 1,1, I I Vernon FJortda.fCar..fl Lnw
( says conrneed artist."atYe. > Sj mllk'-I: Attorney Rt t t1t
and get .a ehromo, or a yenr'isub advocate. Clnrks threaten to get Aven I at hand. It Russia I III as red hot .as ,Japan |I ." responded tbe-crnel | ," and prompt, attention givento .Collectioes; a Ipec"1ty! !. ... '

scription to jour.. favorite magazine. ". .' by, ."soldiering./ there will ba war lu a few minutes-"I! be la "'a'.bootblack.."-Philadelphia all matters entrusted ,. Uilplex J Fla "
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q1 yPROPRIETORI.g 'liurrb: IMrectorv Sand Her LI't"' from Pitftumonla -. Gcod Results h (err Cast t .

Fe d.&o BaleGHIPU&.Y. M. E. Church, lIoutb.-PreaeblnA'flvery
/ Livery, .t and 3rd /Sunday: : at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. UMy wife bed *severe attack of Pneu. Dr.C.J. Bishop Apnew, Mich.\ ,writes: .

S"I"ABLE. U N. \VinnIfttt, I>tt"tor. mania which followed ,a case of La Grlppa "I have Used FOLEY.'S HONEY AND

Sabbath School to a. m R. 1. Miller, and I believe that FO LEY'S HONEY TAR In three very severe cases of pneumonia ."

I I SuuTlnU'tidcnt.\ AND TAR saved'" Her fife," writes James with good results la evercase.." : ,
FLfr Thursday nights .
Prayer Meeting!
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Coffee of Raymond Missouri.
Young 11611'1pray..r\ meeting Tuesday ,
j rr... Highlit. Everybody sontl&lly Invited. ,

Teams and Drivr Can Be -- ,
r Church Ptmchlnn 2nd
Baptist every: "
Had At Any Time. "' +; and 4th Sunday. S. B. Rogers, cantor. .. hl
!Sabbath School 3 p, m J. D. Forresteduperlnteneent. I ;
fjfummeirs* Oflts a Specialty. l r ..di
Prayer Meeting Wednesday night PNr.EU"M'OIII
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f' LINJJi & NASnVILLB it. It I! TiSlli, ])) ;TAB i !!) cent Office Sun: hours lava :30 a. m. to 715; p. m.; ex-. ) { .


a: .a.Lu5a3I: :: .:> 1 I LLATa aia w o: :JE3.A.NS.No. : : Cast-bound mall closes at 10:30 a.m ;, "
t''li' 4. No. 9.= Nt). 3. No.1 .West-bound mall close* aVtf:3O p.m. .
A' 12:33 n'l1 11alp ID' Lv..Pt! tI&colllo..Ar :OOa m 4W: p mi Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a ra.. "
2:2pm: 1:00: ... ...Flolll..Lou..Lr. 2:35am 2:30pm and leaves at 12 m.,dully, nxcnpt Sunday: ;
o'i 4:2".1 p 10 2:6 110 ID .. .51obe.!! .. 1.1:30: D't 1:26 p 10 M all from Orange Hill "aybead and bt. i ... .
8:23: P In 7:30 p 10 ...saw Urlcane..... 8:110 p 10 9:3 10._ Andrew. arrives at S p.m.. an'i leaves at '
a.m. daily except Sunday. .
sro rl3. /Sunday: hours: 9:00 a. m, to 11:30 a. m., ,' _,- ',' ," ,,':,, '.>,',.'..J '.;." ,,, ,! .,f'
No.2. No.4 No.l. Nl1OJpm and from 5:30: p.m. to 7:19: p.m. .f. --: '.t .. ')J,,} ; .. i
+ : 13:3 pm Lv..PonMaeola..Ar tOOpm :()O..m. Money Orders Issued at all hours when. :. .
6U am 5:30( II m r.. \IOoLlolUtlry .. Lv 11:16 a 101:36 pm office Is open, except ,. ..
.T 11IIU.am: 9:12pm .... Ulrmingham .... 8:33am 4:0: pl1l ,I.S. 'foBY. P. M. e,. +
2:30( a m y:0 am.. .i1. LOIII>lvlllt'..... .. 6:1 pm' 2tll a 10 }.. bY ;
7:20..n. J.1:3IJarn ..,::. .UIIl lun.1.L1 .... UOp'O' lU'lIpm' Our Clubbing LI.'" )
S. S 7:20am 1'Hpm .. ...St. 1VI )Ik. ..... 4:15pm: I A:55pn.! ._ \.
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PutiA ollh' 4trvpar Journal fl.73. ,.
tB., J No. 21. vet 3. N..m'". of 'iitlnn Hrs. 2. No. 2'3. per year
I ) TIANNSB and Thrice s-week New York
Da.lly, U ly '(Noatopwherel l..II.l1own. Daily U\lIy! -
World per year. fl.05.'
W ll3iu't' foialln'Lv.. P"'II: '" to Ar. 10.rpw; e30pmII .. BANNER: and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Va-
n" 713 IJohe nia 1') :31 y 606 and ; *1.60. 0\/
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y..lettrllo 1037" 801
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1321 ", 7H .. Eieambla' .. lit.( : 5117" BANNan. and Home and Furm. per year
'U'H'j 743 Mllhn ... 1"13:3: J' 5" 1.2.1/
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i is U'U: 4' 7n'' .G"\lt OILy 101 527 .
'. 11.'U. 739 .. 'iIiLon 1010 510! ( .
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;, "30) .' S\1! -. Deer r..tnd. $55! 1&3& ': A WHISTLER. STO!;\Y.1fe I .
p 82" .ut'} .' t\fotyH..d: '840'"' 3111" ....:...-.. 1 !
i .401 933.: D" Fllol'k prIDrr.. 813 243 ". Climax of A lniker In Honor tat I 1 j jl
ArzvlA 744 231 "
r Ii. 911 the Blevritirlv Arttiii.
.. Po tcedeLeona 7'J11a"! -f
y' 44) 957. .. At'tbt' Whistler
II 0) 10) (1) ::0 W"stvlll" 7 11" 1 M iloof the case of '
501 .. it,) n'" Cllryvllll'l' 713" 1..9" amtluHt liuskln. the former finding "
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5-31 IP)0 rent
.. .. himself very much In iift>Uof unjrwreutlou. ) J
631" 103 n'n i
j 101- Chipley
6 0) .. i .. .. decided to make southern '
6 3') I 1107, Cottoo.hle: 818 13 38 .
:,tF 701 S. t-1121\ ,\Iul..nn.! 600 .". 11 14 .. trip. Wlit'ti lit arrived tu, Vculce big y,
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730 ;,11 n Cyprl'rs II 3d 1145 a'm Ainerlciin friend thought to cheer him

7 40 .. 'j 1159 .... Grand Ridge' II 32 ".. 1197j by giving a little dinner In bit honor, : t"r "
j:', 75-1 1303 u""dl 521 101108U
..1115 n'n \1' RlvArJun'3tlon Lv. s 10' 102ram) to which were bidden several friends .' .
of the artist. prlnclpully Americans j. '. .. .. ,
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and few Italians. the / -

mow is-. tliotlino DRESDEN: POLICE. meal I some there arose u dincufalon During wblcb .;: .." '';.;: ";,.. ".;/ ,. .'. ,.. ..... '!O,.r. ,( '.'. "" : !' ;' : [:
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left for :Mr.Vblxtler to \ ", I
nboiilc..ibe Th.. Are Permitted tw __*! i.n opening .
loi'ow : r Impose '" "
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5k;. '11" .... 0. Oll..d". nap upon .his: bout ont. of thorn keen :, (; .... : /:; : ,. .., .
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the 131Lilller.Y One advontuge accrued to the re.pee.! UiclHive. verbal thrusts peculiar to him. : :'.:/. :' .,. ., ,
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iuble mvuiber of the coinmunlty from which left wounds extremely dif lcult ..',. ':.' 1't' '.1'\.... ,/: 0' /' ,

tbe uijimtenc$ >sa with which the ,n"",,"- to lienl. ..The whole company won ''j. "';'' '';.' 'l.O::.f\1" .

) ]ti !fj "IGffST I ON iien'police look Into the uffulra of every startled but the host merely etnllcd. ,

,nhnbltaut of tin city. If hv la a cure- 'aeeeming" )); to notice only the hrllllancy-of I t' .. : ..; / :
the nttiick. howeverthe
I rut wan und alwiiyHcurrlesi papers: Prexently. I
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' I trbtch serve to estubllsh bis lieu- dinner came to uu end and the foreign. Low With
may Cur d When
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of
; T wa. troubled with stemeh the host Cured Cough on Lungs
toolcthelr 11'11Tbpn
guests /
r .. trouble. Tbettford's Black i City lie U prnctlcnlly liuinune from the Pneumonia
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turned :Mr. Whistler imd. in ti ; N. Jackson of Danville 111. writes
Drau:lht did ma more good uidljinlty of being! nrrestcU uuU tuurclit upon ,
I in ona weak than all the doctor's off to the police station unless. la- voice trembling with suppressed enter 'i .4M, daughter bad 'a severe attack of J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, III., writes: I

.I'. medicine I took in a I tyear.MI ft'i-U. be commits souit especially hcl- fluid: ,<' La Grippe and a terrible cough on'bu "'Mylittieboywas 'very low with pneu

" ,. 8HIRFIELD.E1lettIJ..llJ..Jad.$. SARAH. B. "I uous crime. !Dues he. drive taster then ".Ilmmle.: do Toil know that you brutally lungs. We tried a great many remedies monia. UnknownTto the doctor we gave

tile law permits.! dots he cross a brlil; e Insulted, me tonljrUt \ without relief. She tried 'OLEY'S him' FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. .1 I

oI';I' Thedford's Black Draught .. ou tile left bund Hide, he Is stopped by' "Yes. replied the nrttat. thoughtfully; ,. HONEY AND TAR which cured her. The result was magical and puzzled the

"., o.nickly invigorates the action / the guardian of law and order and requested "Well." continued.the host. "I heldmy She has never bean troubled with coueh doctor, as It Immediately stopped theracking

,;I'. ". of the chronic stomach and of to give Ills uame. If be tins temper while there were others '. since. cough and be quickly recovered." I
.cutbeven case. .. -
! indigestion. If you will bin papers wltb him the policeman" tuny than our, own countrymen present.bat. a. '

h S take aamall dose of Thed i then and there Impose a tine of from do you know what I shall do If ever

S < ford Black JJraugrht occa- :' I I to 3 .JUur.s. If then be admits that you spent"to me. like that again7" I '" '" ; SOLD AriD RECG :E.JDED; DY "', JS. j

t sionallv' you will keep jour he la lu the Wrong and pays the fine "Want? 1-. .

,,'' stomach and liver in perfect the Incident la closed If. however be "I'll grub the nearest water bottle K. 'fRA\'IIY, "IVt t'hllllp"| Hx. !). IIItOCK Vernoi, Fla.

condition. wishes to appeal I from the pulleenmu'sdecision anti smash It over your bend."
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do. .. Even In that Tllf'r"R of the company sat quitestill..hori'or
he
may so **. We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign
case he '111' not arrested but a duly, or and dismay In their hearts Ita.kl. Ha a Gardener. I. Do I

THEDFORD'5BLAlDRAUiHI two later he Is notified to uppeur In whiletheir ungry host glared across Fond us Uusklu Was of Dowers, especially'

court and answer to the charge against, th, '1ablt': nt bis nntiiKonlst. After a wild ones, he bud his own Ideasas You ..1Take' o A
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-'" \ ( him. But then If he Is found guilty few seconds Mr. Whistler said In a tone towhut u garden ought! to be und S

the lowest fine that\ can he Imposed ft childlike Innocence: In his practical gardening was quite a .

.. 1s 3 murks. Thatthis, custom of permitting '. ."Then I know what I'll do. I'll never IOJl ltcupl"t. 'lie ,liked makjug puth.uno.ll.'ODtrh'lng : :tol1'.1 model ftjcutou or ptoto d I"ICIU> for

the policeman pcrnomilly to Ini- any anything like that to you again.-? pretty nooks. When he << free liowlO8ecuze report nd Ti.nt..b1lItY.\ tor foe' write book
i I ndon Aciidemy. first' to Uruutwood he would have.I < Patent. .and I ..RKf.!< to <
More sickness is caused by i puae suinll Ones Is little understood by j I. cuuie '

. constipation than by any foreigners'! Is shownby a reumrk wade I his coppice cut no more. It spindled THE BANNER: ] ?

other di eal8.! Thedford's to me by' a gentleman who bud lived Courtship In C.r....*. 1 up to great tall steps, slender and sinuous

Black-Draught not only re In (Germany+ the greater part of his life After the evening meal I la: I Onlnhed promising no timber and past If '.

ti .1Eevesconatipationbutcuresdiarrhoeaanddyeenteryand nnd In Dresden for a number of years.In the "pidre" may go to Ills club or cafe the age for all commercial use or time not

reply to my Inquiry as to whether while the ladles betake themselves to honored wont. Neighbors shook their Opposite U. S. Patent Office

keeps the bowels regular. there was ever nil)"- question' of corruption the lance, open buy window. Lamp heads but they did not know the Why not? WASHINGTON D. C.

1 Lu the police department be replied are placed near them, and as you wan pictures of Botticelli and Ruakln bud
All druggl.t..ellc made his coppice Into un early Itullun.altar
2 _at packages ; der through the streets" you plainly seeeverywhere We will send THK BANNER" ; post pale BO YEARS'
''- ":\0; none whatever us far as the at the height of your own .. piece. Tjlen he'bud his espalier to any address, for $1 per year; Ou. for tax EXPERIENCE
"Thedford's BU k- higher officers are cont'ernt'd.rbe Individual eyes und quite near enough tor a handshake of apples and a little gooseberry patch months; 26o, for three months. +

Draught is the'best medi- I II men. however may be' brlbt'd long row of these groups of wo and a few standard fruit trees and '
cine to regulate the bowels some sttilwberries waxed with flow. Or
have ever nrod._ MRS. I occasionally.; For lLlttuDIt I were men now gnyly and often brilliantly _
+ A. M. GRANT Sneads"Ferry. I to walk on the grass In the Grosser dressed thickly powdered and bedecked era In one corner there were" beehivesIn l
We will send THB P.ANNKR and the
" und pollccninn caught me ot with the old of the the old fashioned pent house trailedover
a jewelry
N.'C. garten guulnt New Yrok Thrice-a-Week World, one yea:
It I would Five him a- mark or two. country. with creepers lleiv and there ''ft.-,I.M I

and that would end the matter."-Philadelphia Then by and by a young iron appears were little hummocks each with Its I KADC MAnat

: Ledger.Comp.rr.tlv., In front of almost every window special Interest of fern or Cower.-Good OrWe ', DesiGNsCoPYRlaHrt' Ac.
. "COiiSTIFATIOf1 Words. r r )
:>; and converses with those Inside. In Anvons..ndtnq a kctnh and de.arlptine a.ifqnlckly '
S. ;will"' send Tar BIKNBB and the I fraa wnatliar anln
most cases he Is the suitor for the band Kaoertnln our opinion .
.. Cnminutilm.tloti.Mriotlroanndmith.1. '
Atlanta Journal .ntlim I.probtblr Pnt.ntiil'J
; : 4... of Aulfn.la.- of one of the daughters;: .of the house I Looking tinder tb. ...e. Weekly oneycarfor$1.75Or HANDBOOK on "'""t iita.

}';, FoI;f"- Kidney Cure Q.-Wbut Is the age of a flt with round bend. The head that notice, without chnrja lu the
I A.-A year, And the age of a hedgehog his respects to her family standing for a

S :; -..' makes kidneys mad bladder right... is three times- that of u mouse hours on the nldpwalk. till the day arrives contains lots of brain either Is very lfye'twsnt all three pHners-Tn StltnUfic lImtrltal1.A w

1" I and tbe 'life of 11 dog Is three times when*'a>" t: ether of bIll adoredone long from front to buck or else" Ir- n*NNEit.: The New York World. The At. hnnrtiomaly 11I..tral.t.( ..""IIIF. r.,......t ejroulKtloii .
that of a hedgehog and tl-e life of a believes'the fat of his courting regular.' You can 1 learn something ota laiitu. .r""r"I-Wfl will make tbe extremely of .nr.alunIIUO louriial.' 1'ernia, (3 a
I low price of onif 9.8ft for the three pa- rimri four motitb*.el. Hold brail new.rii-alen.
home la three times that of a dog and her daughter sufficiently advertised to man's mental ability' by the but hewears.
11tJ1'I. & Co I 381 Broadway, (
the life of a man Is three times that of the neighbors as well as to.the com If bis bead is so'bumpy' that .l Yjik
Today Is the acceptable lime' tosubsorjbe Brash OHO..L: Wa.hlDi.loii.TOE
.. a horse, and the life of n goose Is three munity lit. )arge. Then ,only the doors It seems as If he never'could get a hat -

tluies tbnf of a mun. and the life of aswan of the house are thrown open to hlm.- to fit him ho probably Is a genius or .

Is three times that of a goose Otto von Gottberg In Harper's Maga a cruck-a-jack In some particular. line.If'hia THE BAKNRR.\ ClECORY

I and tbe life of .a swallow Is three zlne. head Is long from front to bark

af times that of a swan, and the life of I' be Is a clear thinker and smart as a Chi ley. Fin. GF CURES

Deserve your confi an eagle Is three-times that of a swallow Useful Wood Lur. whip. So If your but costs more mon; --.

t deac.Theyhwemv.rt. and tlie'life of-a serpent Is three If ;you are lost In the woods sit down ey than your friend's, bat does und : Foley's Honey and Tar

." tailed-won't Sold by all fall dealers.1OO4 Bow.. w times that of an eagle. and the .life ofa the moment you realize It und think It yon arc harder to Ut bo consoled by forchtldrcn.S4fe.sure. No oJlate& {

Bleed Aaa..lt'M raven la three times that of a serpent over If you start off at random you considering that your brain! Is worth .

poatpald,free.O.M.FIKRY. r and the life of a hart Is three will, be sure to walk In a circle. 'None mote,.-New, York Press .ifJJ ..

A 00. times that of a raven, and an oak but the most experienced woodsmen 'i Thrice u. Peek Edition, i ., .... .#, .. n ." .. .

Dwtroltt p1lah.P! growetb 600 years and fadetb 500 cuu keep a straight course, and even I' An.c. of Slacked Mea.TtK -OK THENFW '1fjjff!, :',.
a 'f-rT7"
they In a circle wheu they get really 1ii
years.-Philadelphia North American. go i Touurugn of .the Sahara are one YORK WOULD
Sept 13. 1803. # lost. of the most curious races of mankind. la ffrowluir Il1rger eveq day. 1UUK)

B A M N E R SALVE If you know the direction of camp tie The men never expose their faces to I .AND: TUBChJplcy -' NAME should, be on the list.
f ..1 of white tree and
to
some strip rug a
CURES .
Dote and Cat. public view They always wwtr a Banner
;. the most h.atln9! salve in the world. f then start off. You find the compass
; cnn WhIUs, Painful
tail Is
The effect of a dog on a. cat's cloth mask even when they are eating P
, ;,r'J. .. points by remembering tbat moss -Fon- Profuse and Irregular
well .worth study. When a cat encounters and sleeping. It Is saW thnt only rise .

.",;. n strange dog the tall Immediately always grows tan the north side of om white traveler b\"* ever seen a $1 t5; PER YEA1. .j Ovarian Kansas Troutlaa, .
of to treesas .
trees. Keep tying strips rug flF.IISTLE'S
assumes an upright; position tbe buck Touuriig uumaHked. They think they PAXJCC Falling of the Womb
Then find FEHAIB: : *
you go on. you can your
becomes highly arched and the fur are dishonored If tbelr faces are uncovered -
way back to the starting point If you The Twice-a-weeV!! WorM has now becomethe snd all other! disturbances to which
. .'. to write for our IIOI1l1d..t1alletto. beforeap- stands out straight all over the body.
being Issued
ai, Thrlce-a-week World ev. females are svpjact, especially those
worth should fall strike the leadsto
.,;. for .patentit mar be money.We ThIS sudden change dismays the dog. to !: path tbaj w e'lavvda and
/ Friday.
'jf promptly; obUln U.B.sad Foraiga : erv Monday, ; obstinate cases which for years have
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? who brings himself to a halt and the safety.Thr Impr..dv. the moat liberal offr ever mode to the resisted all other treatment

. ndPATENTS two regard each other steadfastly. freer p of th. ....01011... "Why did we arrive late and leave pnbllo. Tbe Tbrlc.lth 'or,-.a-wee"ml-wockl World larger AM OLD CHRONIC CASE.
.. tbso any we > newspaper | -
N'J But If the dog should turn his gaze "You can hardly persuade Miss Old- before the opera was ov4'rT" asked th.701l0".t lulJllahed.| ( eighteen pages For live year I suffered from wbttei

\ 71tTR;: -.ru..I'... foi&. tkfnd 1> model.roo .(...tch uway for a fraction iff n ...."Oud there Is girl that marriage' l Is not a failure." i daughter. "It was very enJoy eight| columns wide, every week and the [fd womb o_relieve'''ouble.'hr me. ( then e physicians began taVinaIVfll fnil-

"FREE report on .paten 1 IHMEDIATE u swish und a bound dud the cat hasdlsappearrd ""'hy? She never did marry," a hie.' IhlilT: IUMNKR tor un* Dollar}lnd KlxtyHe .and my coral!ltinnsoon hnr>
and adU, sad 001waenan I Gents yenr. Tile World combines all anti I am now praclica\ly\ CUI'f'i!. I take
the beAobargea legal aorrlca over a fence or up,a tree.!: "But she tried to and talled.Bmartf. Of course! It 'was. answered Mrs.
t of
moderate.. Try .... the freshness and enspnees u dally wltb plen.ure iD "tCol ''ondI111y'n .ns
are Stimulated! by the pruxemv of a dog. f. -' .I.Iib Newrlch.; "but. my dear ''It bad to the lanti-uctlte. nod si. eclal feature. of a women.. a i I .
SWIFT & CO., eat* have been known to climb to such-: show people that we dldn't'1'l' whether weekly. Ifarbuureti 1It Je.ky.wlt.t.ah. .
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_._._o__ .. / Seth'. '1'0 Candidate. Adyertise'In the RAtHHtK! and do well. .

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d that the campaign opened THAT TKnilf:' !**:IIINU.
Y nod candidates will be making their
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Stock o ..o .o.--J formal announcements, TUB BVnxxs: ed by,1 h. al.snit.) ib I tinmroof t'tld .t I\t

......1'.,. takes this opportunity of aaylrtg that. the In Knlft 'lth' a'prtnlrd THHif Irr".l. rtia in ti iarouitd
announcements published In this paper ..*<*ry hmtl You WWII have your
Mr Ale*'. Young; baa the contract for moneyfafunr'ed < arch std every rae.
will be *3, cash In advance. Fron. contflderable '. .
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IVIarvcllous Values! .work on Pennsylvania Ave. experience In this respect! ; Tn' & falls 'o sure whth... you J eve \ nvmicu'O ...w

,:, VVe are gild to ooW that O. P. Lewis In BAN ER has found that. a campaign l : ccaunt a tine vnsr nr Uftv. It I* |IB. ,.aLt.
e' much In advance to u.... Doctor prwcrl It.
li collected Pastor
improving at, this_ writing.: : Kverlli Porno
than after It has been made and for thisCampaign g 15. CbJ ley. Fin
XVIeiVa Suits.. Overcoats. Boys'; Suits. Mr T. J. Wright Is on the stole list; the easier method will bn tM i

'- '$7.50' $1 Dr. Wilson Is attending. hor., rule. It d"ieen't make -
8.00 .50 I any dlfferl'neel ... .NOTICE.:FOK PUBLICA TION.
IVIephona messages can, now be vent who TOO am whu re von are, or .when Department of the Interior. I t
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to' to to your announcement comes In, thq. cash Land omm at'G.inesvills Fla. tire 14' 19U3. (
to Wentvllle. via. Geneva, Ala. Notice la hereby rivet that thufuJlowlnrnajimiantthir
mast acuomoany It. That In the; rule, haa filrd notice of. hie Intention: to mak r
la' $20.00 $10.00 $6.53 j A few of our young folks visited dovr.i and the rule will 'oe strictly observed.For final prod In support of his d.Ian..4 that aald:
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'. ,'. at Lev! Yates, Jr., on last Sunday* I I ___ '......-will. Fla lie made/dmw. nn January Clerk 23 VHH Circuit vlr. Cm CKy rat C, f
'" Carter u( Wa_... Ifla.' Hd. 2K7i. .or the... MffnwM.aBction.n.tp.Stiu.r. J
a. Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothing In Town. Dr. N. J. Dawklns of Vernon, was a Sale. : 13 w. *;>

Vileasant'callarln our city last TiiPRday.Miss ,I Six acrr of land In the town of Chip- Be namaa tbe following witneaana; to prove hiaomtinaeaamaldeiKmilon .'
of
e ley. a.hmlf! ) In Section 10 and 20 aid
Suit Values I I acre vfaj David Mill",.. James ( .... '
for fund .art. Thomaa
Fleece Lined Underwear" $1.50 1.00
MaRRla Pete. of Chlolcy. la. vielung acres In Heetlon 10. All of the above real O-wena,JL N. Carter all of Wauaau. Fla.
estate Is d'dlratily. located and will) be W. t:. Roblnaon. "
I i. !rslstAr Mrs, 0. P. Lewis, of this
Sold very cheap for d***!. For full particulars ..JBegiatertQiUner.
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The largest line of Pants ever shown; a fit guaranteed.: pi tee. call on. A. E. NOWL.1N, ..
A} Blcvcle Shop. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
:Secular! services at the M. "E church If. Chlpley. Fla, Department of the Interior I t .1

//It on next. Sunday:! Eyery one Is Invited to -&<\ Land' om".t GalneBville. Fla.. Dec 38. 19OJ I I r "I..
I' Still Notice hereby given that the following-named I -
I Standard Prints Be per yard. ;
attend. I, Tax NoU_ _tier haa aiad. not tee of hla Intention to make
float proud In aapport of his ctalm and that aald ;
11 r. A. J. Ware bas j>arcbasft as John W. Williams tax assessor are.; out' Vernon. Flcu. on Fc"*. n, 1404, via Francla CJDk.kman. .
Our furnishing Goods Department .Was never complete it place, Bye miles west of here fromMr. tbe taxi's; of "widow WITH C Hlckman. dec'd't ..
*. A M. Brady. \ on their round: collecting I of Termm. FlaHd.JJZMO for the wX of mX A
I is now comprising good values in I : ,/ l 100J and assessing the, taxes for: 1904 eX at nwI". Sec..34, *!*..:3 N. R. IS W. '

i I Mr I ,'Theroir Yates and Mice!
Neckwear Shirts Gloves Belts Martin visited 'frIOndi In Westvllla on the time mentioned. DunI. fall to meet land, vizi. John T. Carter. Henry WUliana M.
,. them ....Willlama. Georgv Stewart, of,Vernon. ..,..
v Wall
Friday of last week : >> tit Rohln_.
I I Grassy Pplnt,.'..'' .. .. .. ..Jan. :S3.HE I cIt fee paid. Realatar.. 1
; !Subscriptions be received at tbe I Andruw,, ,.. . .. .. Jan. :W.Villvtlle .
Suspenders, Hats and Hosiery Pout office for the Bonlfa/1 Searchlight; ] ,; .. ... .". .. .Jan.SW,. ,NOTICE POR PUBLICATION.
Parker\ . . .. .. .. ..Jan. 26.. Department of tile Interior. ,;u
come along and help a good cause. .1 rand Ollkw at Gain.wills. Fla.. Dee. 311. 19l>3. f ,
-- -- Notice la "b.by given. that the*Wowbg-named
A Small outbuilding Just north of the! Nonce.' settler has flied notice nf hla intention t. nak '
& Butler
Campbell ( of In of hh. claim and I Ipr.
that MM
anal auppnrt # :
pro '
hotel caught tire one day. lust week ,and Whereao. Chapter JTW.: of the Lads of FlorMa. ...( will I bn made before Clerk Circuit Court atViMiton. ,
Acts of 1403. provide. lor tba dlvl k>n of the *auntie '
V Chipley, Fla. was consumed. In a.few minutes. Into Rend Districts and for the efectkoaa MMnlallircjf > I Wr............Fla.... Orange. on Feb.Hill,6 Fl, ,1-5CV4,.. Hd TUn.3SW1-I Alexander lor th* .

nnswe.wwwv It was our pleasure while. id Chipley thair dutU-a IhraeRoad" and powi-rn TtniHtt, and IIIr, and lerylnir prescribing, ", ,"-t. nwtedea3t.Sec.2S.Tp.4N.R.17w.: e..
*x leg and dl Iabm.lnt District Road Taat'b.ekwe I Be namra the following witness tot prove hisonntinnouar.oMencoanneaddcuIHtatbndsaid '

---- last Sunday to have a few minutes, plea.- be it ordered that Wanhlnirton County bo and fat ,; I d, .is ....-.. H;area F m toe t R-. .....a ale 'e' .
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I ant chat wtth'the editor (if the U.AIIII! s. nereby divided Into DUtrUtu by_the Boast NCounty ., John Walker; taj Oranan iii : Fla. 'lan
Connniwrfonerg In regular Ion this Mb
-- t Mr: JnfT Anderson of Bunlfay, was' one This section experienced quite a thunder day of January 1904. as fullnws: _, ...1'.1.",.<,1. W. 6. Robin.Register.T .... -.i7.:
I Special Tax Road District Number Ono. .

[ VNi : ? : c ] of the visitors hero Saturday Jeff, telln 1 [: : ? ( I 9N 1(' : .J storm<>n '/Saturday'; evening of last bounded and Washington on the eat Courtier by tbo, beirlnnlniron line! dividing the Calhoun Bane I* NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. "-.
to '
that he will Vernnn :
us move ; we commend week .
the line
I' ; telephone also being putout Line:; thence north alonff aaid dividing line be IVparttni-ntof tho him to the good people .of that business.. tweensaidauntk.andaiongthe dividing line Land Office at Galneavllle. l"Ia..1.... ]l. 1W4.T .
I I between Jacknnn" and Washington. Counties" to' Notice la hereby given that. theTollowinnaiwd
i The days are growing!, percepiflIyIon-; thriving town. I Oen. R. L. Scarlett of Orange Hill, was -* -f-- line dividing Township four and fire north and rttler baa Bled notice of his Intention. to make
IVaueau. : went; thence went along said Township line to'' Sari proof In support ol his. claim' and that aaidlpmnf '
ger. I Aro you a Produce Buyer Seller or In town Saturday.M I Kaniu. line dividing Ranges fourteen and nltolon.J! will ba made before. Clnrk Circuit Court .a* r

'" Last !Sunday: was. an Ideal day !In every Consignee. ? We guarantee prompt, hon. r. J, W. Moore has our' thanks for favors 'We are glad" tonote, that Mr. ,Jesse. Baaa north Line and;west thence. thence eat on muth Baae clang Line*laid to. point of. Slmmona.Vernnn. Fla of'Vernnn., on Feb.Fla.20 .1W4 H.I., VHAl vie Eugenia. the aM C.elwM ?

: particular. e-it, liberal returns. Johnson & Diibney, with-an eagle on l't.I .Roitlters, who has been sick sInce the berfnninr.Special! Tax Road District Number, Twnr, la Ho..m""th..loIlowln.wlt.-a Section :21 Tp. 3 N.. R. 15 w.to hIs "

Wholesale and Commission 9th l Is Improving. ; Jesse Is a good citizen bounded... the east bjr Rage Line prove
4 That' muzzle the Grocers Importer Wausau dlvtti.ivKanirea cnntlnunua .mldence and cultivation of aabt ,
Is beauty transacted business
on post office a Mr. Myersof -
I fourteen and fifteen, north and west be. .
f lend, via: J. T. CarUr. D T. Carter 8. J. VIU.llamn
> Isn't It? Merchants, 30! :S.: Broad ..St.. Atlanta la Chlpley Saturday. and we hope he may soon be up again. vinninir on Bale Linn and runnlnir north... said Ueorue Ji:. Stewart, all of Vernon, Fla.' _
I Ga. We : 11'1:11ter Knnire Line to township line dividing townehfpe W. G. Robl.......
MO Informed that Mrs. VV. W. I'
Olrl, this 1s election'I l lias least or'rented out her farm on said township line to Choctawhatchea rivers
Beelaeabeing leap
Is leap year. year, business here Saturday.Mr. thence aouth down said river to range line dividing NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Derartment .
Holmes Valley'and: Id moving to Ran..... sixteen and. aeveatnen, north and .
year. Conntv state and national elections / CBIpley.We ol the Iet..!.-.. !
The pity tax books are now open; go take place the coming fall)!: The' D. D.: Qavls visited Cafyvllle and can commend: Mrs. Miller and her iveat. and along thence said. south Ranve sad pee itt anddown anuthemly said: river dlrectlon Land Cfllce at Gains ..1.1.% ir->. ,'mn. n, 1904. (.

and pay'your taxes. vicinity a. day or two last. week. children to the of to Bane. Line; thence east on 0 ue Line to point N rlce la hereby given that thofollowing-named
campaign has just IItarted'Up., and, If you good people .CblEll 'l; ol beginning settler hall filed notUw: of his Intent f
i r You should be a regular! reader of TUB want to keep posted you bad better sub ,I Mr Jack Mat hewn, of Westvllle, was they. leave many friends who feel sad 'to Special Tax Road District Number Three la final proof proof wlllbemadnbeforeClfrrk In auopnrt of his claim Circuit nd that Court said at .

BANNER' : dnrlng JUO4. scribe fur your home paper.-THB BANNKR. one of the visitors here Saturday. see them leaver houn bounded and on Washington th..t by county Count..line.... dividing beglanbia[ Cai-on V..rnon. Flagon Feb. :211, lees vte' Marlah R..b.'I' .
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Base Line .. 01 Vern. ... Fla.. Bd.332t2 rr thceH of neH a
and running south said dividing
I Mr. M. R. Prltchard has moved to his The passenger train. No..3, which pass 1 1 I Col. D. 11. ITorne, of Orange Hyi' was We' are Informed that Mr. Ben Swindle line and meandering, of said" Counties on to East iarm and awl ol 0e". Src. 18. Tp.J, N, R. 14 w.Ha .

i new residence j Just out of town. ed here last Sunday morning. was held l one of the visitors here last_week.'' annot onr prosperous farmers and good aid of Bar St.westerly Andruwa on Bay said, thence dividing down county and line along of 'i, Continuous name rmideuca the following upon witnenM-a and cat i-vatlon to prove of said hi*

up and robbed by bold bandits at Sanderson Marlanna cltlieng, who lives' Dear the' head; of the aid oountlea to Kanatallne dividing Ranoeathlr-I land. via W. P. Roche, R. C. Darin. George
Hats, kid gloves, children's cloaks, and Attorney W II. Price> ,of teen and fourteen math and west thence north | GainerAnuua Payne all o' Vend n. Fla.W.
caps going cheap at MI luges Richardson '; about forty nflles west of Jack.-ion- was one of the visitors here Friday.' ,, valley. hng least out bin farm and Is on said Range line to Baas. Line thence eaat I I, i. Roblnaon.Reirlator.. '
along said Baas Line to County Una td mint ofbe.nning. .
vllle, Sunday evening about 7:45 o'clock, moving to a homestead north or Vernon. .
A came last week to bright Capt. L. M. Ware, 'Df St. Andrews, was NOTICE FOR PU BUG TION. 'tI
youngster In regular Western style. The robbers Den and bis good wife have many friends Special Tax Road District: Number Pour; Isbounded i .-
i en nip home of Mr. and Mrs., J, II. Bow- oneof t the visitors li} Chipley Saturday. on the east by Kanve line dividing* Ranrea : -{ D..rtltH'llthe Interior.! I ILand ( .- \
have apprehended here who have known them .since| thirteen and beirinninff I '
not been yet. early fourteen south and west, Office at Galneevllle. Fla., Jan. 11. I'd**. I n
en. Mr, Will Rush, the genial postmaster childhood, who', ate to give give them on Bane. Line and running aouth on aald Notice la hereby rinse that the followlmMiamedettler ...
"As long as life shall laltthol; story Range lino to St. Andrews, Bay and County line .. has tiled notkwaihis Intention to make '
The firm of Strive & Thrive builds success at Jiunlfay, kpejit a few hours here :Suartay. : Up but wn can'com'm..nd them tq the dividingCalhoun and VVaahinrton counties: anal proof In .support his claim and that said -
rune, with wilddreamswrought upon thence westerly and anuthernly said
along Bay
proof made before The
on.tbe ruins of\ho firm of Whine & the din that's case. of bllsgful days beaming good people. of that community. |'I I and said dividingCounty line to the Hull of Mex Juda-e. at lft-.n.: Fla.. on Feb. 20t 'Io"KM.County viz .
Pine. I ImethencenorthuauGU1y to line dividing* Jatne J. Williams of Orange BUI. Fla- Hd. ''
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.. / radiant In the rays of the rising sun Mr. .T. A. .AI ford, of Uonlfay spent Saturday : I I Mtrrled at the residence of the bride's Ranges fifteen and sixteen.a't and west; Zto-H for the wX of Section 18. Tp. 3 N.. R. U w. ,

The fellow'who: always switching his for a new birthday Jias Just begun and the guest of his brother, H. A. AI parents; on the ]13th Mr. Archie Rooks thence thence east north. on on Base said line Rang to point tine of beginning1.to Bane line! continuous: Haeam.atherdhrwingwltncaoe residence upon and cultivation to prove of aaldlamt his ..; "

occupation never gets well started on the closed tbe gap that laid waiting In na- ford. to Miss )Hell Leigh; married at the rnsl- Special Tax Road Dlxrrlct. Number Five la vic Jamoa Stewart John Kent, Z. T* Gilbert -1
I bounded the rant by Kanc I..... Han-
on dividing of Orange UilU Fla., and Monroe. Pettia .)fChlpley 1'
main line to success. 'tura'M, nerving, lap through all the M r. Bee Brooks, one Vernon'/ prosperous del ce of tho"brlde's parents on the 13th, lea fifteen and sixteen seta tad wet beginningra Fla. I
ba..Un.. and running._11-tJO the Gull of Mex-
Candidates for county offices are beginning 'years 'tie. now only one, In. joy or In merchants, was a visitor here Mr Thomas Collna| to Miss Carrleltilueimarried ; Inn thane*_ ... ,. along aaid Golf to Kant Pass. Ed. let paid. W. Q. Robl :'b..r. ,,'-;,u 1TheCramptonProperty.5Osass I

to feel ,the public pulse. The tears-so the st.Iry. runs. !Sunday. at the rewldence of thn. bride's' thence up Bay and and along river aald on line PaM dividing and <,hoctawhatche Walto -.. -- "'- '.' I

man who gets the office earns It. t parents, on the .17th, Mr. ;8crogtlna' to'*' Jnd WtiHhlnaton Counties. ti> Baas Line: thonce.aat .f *. FOil ..\ I.E. 'f'j.
Why don't the city authorities put up Miss Mar,. Home, who has been at *'.. on Base Line to point of beginnlnic. .
aJ I Miss! Annie Kevnolda and If I am any .1 nf land-aituatrd \ ,
Just think about! It, a muzzle-just an few horse racks or hitching posts? Westvllle, fOr some time, spent last: week -- one mile southwest of Cblpley. Nod alt of.Anrln.Da.einggcnttingattimberronthis. ... .;-

ordinary horse or ox muzzle' -adorns (?) heard a farmer say a few days ago that,!I at home Jndga after looking on for the community'whift past 48" '. .tlebscribe! for tho HANNER, your county tern-tl- ,
there "
van, are morn In this '
the .general dolivery the land will be dealt with to the lulleet extent of Uw.DEKLE '
wludqw of( P.O. If the town authorities would permit. paper. \
It
Mr.J. E. Mlnchen left Monday afternoon -- want. : tno -mavVvCmryvtlle.'. .._ I ,"
Have you seen the new Mayfield skirts that they (the farmers) would come In for a trip through .West Fla., and i.1.. .. .

at Misses Richardson's ? Several new | and put no bitching racks,, that they South Ale I "

articles added to their stock. Go and lee were tired of haying no place to tie thUjr Mr. Walter Williams, of Uracevllle I' A' combination of Chicago meat kings & CO. Bankers '

them: stock; there something In this for our ,
"-. was here !:Sunday going to Westvllle In that promises to ourcll.. million arras '

The- young men or women who written merchants to think of; they should flu the afternoon.. of cine laud In., South Alabama And GfHIPbEY! FLfThis \. SPa 4

the fly-leaf of a church hymnal have some accommodations for their custom Sheriff McKalthen picked up anotherman Northern Florida, Is now a certainty, ban t'offere Its services for the transaction; of all branches legitimate '

ample room there for writing all they ers. and the time Is. fait approaching when banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention, and all remitted .
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carried him
Saturday. Ho to
jail
know. Two this the wlnf land Northern for on day of payment at current! rate of exchange
: attempts week one. Sunday Vernon grans jof Florida .
at Sunday.Mr. ewe solicit your 100.1:5 }
night and the other will bit converted: Into l the '
To make things equal a muzzle should =. Monday night, to most gigantic
wreck the train. A. Sessoms. of Bonlfay, spent Sat. cattle the i
A ,- now be placed on the Inside of tbe genera] passenger/ Tie( first at. grazing raoph( (In world The
tempt was. between MulatandEscsmbia urday here I'ttendlolt' turpe'ntlneoperators newspapers of a recent date have published
delivery at Uncle Sam's establishment In
Chlpley.Mr bridge by placing steel rail l1 the track; tneptlnju that the !I"'II": Armour, Nelson

'' the second attempt was near Its, where Sheriff McKelthen made a business' Morris and others have formed a combl) 1" '

Carl Hetterlind has sold his rest crosstles were the obstruction. We ire I trip to Vernon Tuesday and spent sever natlcn! known as. "the ptock yards fami FREE a

dente to Dr. MuUeachy and will build a glad to say, though that both attempts i al days dowD'tbere.' ly", and by the purchase of lXMXHacre()( ( ( ) ,. : .

commodious. home on his farm and move failed the obstructions I the most of which Is. In Northern Florida I.
out' there. being found each ,. Prof. J. M. Sapp principal the West the great wire urass fields will anon

time before the train got there The parties -I vUle High: School, visited friends here bn fenced and used us a pasture fur cat Subscribersi
The turpentine operators or this section plaolnq the obstructions on tbe track tie. The land wan purchased from the To All Our 44'
Saturday: aDd Sunday. L. & N. R. .
K. Co,at held a meeting here !Saturday: We have not yet been apprehended, but we Thin \ve axe thin lame. body of land. p0

du not know the nature of the ,business hope they may be and given_ tho full extent I Mrs.! R. U. Horhn. and children and her pas Into the hands of an Immense cnrpo '
transacted.! mother, Mrs Collier: visited friends at r .tlon.llnd that wlilcli has been conwld- .."-['
Ie l of the law. .Campbellton last week. ered by many here, ns worthless Is. dare : '

Mr. Ed. Htanderfer our efficient dept. Bonnbv, will now bn used all feeding :
Mr. T. Y Watts and Jeff Anderson grounds for cattle, and Intended to rovo O.REAT
P. M.has resigned his position, much to GE"'rYour rutlnnlxe the moat Industry of America.

the regret of his many friends :Ed. wasa I treated us to..a fa"or.wltb an eagle 'on It, in the nature of things thl will bit a I::
for which thankful. Startling development In Washington
model clerk. meal ground at Cutchins' grist\ we are
county where perhaps much of thin landIs
Mr.:and Mrs. Lee Wells the proud mill. grinds' every day, and makes MUs'' llalllfl Lewis, :assistant prlnclpa. situated, and thn warning. Injunction IMagnificent'
are
the best meal ever made In Chlpley. In the VVestvllle school spent Saturdayand :! giver the people here so often by many fMERIOfNFfRMER\
parents of a 12 lb. boy which come and of( bur far-slithlitl business men, has not -
put up with them last Friday morning. I Also If you have any axe's you wantground Sunday herewith friends.! been heeded and the day l II' not far distant .

'. ; or wan't your saws-cross-cut or "when, the rlcb only can eat beef.
Success to him. Dr. B F. Sayo of Orange. Hill', :was In .
circle-gummed, bring them to me. Mv e .
Tax Collector Thompson wanhero a I charge fur doing same. will be reasona town Saturday lie bad (his subscription Why me Did.Not Uet On. :HINDIANAPU1.Itt.

110wever'' ble. I K. CUTCU INI.!: ." \to.. the BANNER: marked up to loot 'I| lie had low Ideals.. ;. \ :

Mr. S. A. Gainer of Colliding, came In lift did nut earn to take chances. ,
... .. r lie bad tBlJ many Irons In the fire..
country Monday. Saturday evening. from a visit to the bay lie tried to give his relatives a chance. 1"0. '

Notice Conlc-derate Veteran. country and his parents at'Econflna. i 1If was. never t. whole\ man at anything. : .....;; N
Oar' tamers | "
are planting for large Head. He thought a good, business. should run The Ua.adtoa AaHevllura journal or the 'ISM C I on, .Ed: lied by; mn Able 't'i ,0' '
crops this. year, and we hope /orf-them a Quarters Camp McMillan. I Airs. F. U. Hawk and children are Itself- Carp of vi/rlicr-. "" .
Jan lath 1WH. ( HA was afraid to born the bridges behind .
bountiful harvest; they are "trm'salt of The will pending the week at Ponce de Leon with htm.
." camp meet on Saturday, the r
tbe earth" you know, :\ 30th of Jan., 1WM, nt Chlpley. All Veterans her parents, Mr.; and Mrs W.,W. Scqtt. He did not appreciate. the valne of ap .' 1

Mr. J. W. Moore who recent come are requested to meet with rte Business Miss Mollla. Sharrltt. one of Jackson' pearance.Ills rude manners drove, (customers.!. WITHIN THE NEXT.THIRTY DAYS WE OFFEBTwo

here from Missouri has pnrchas J whatIs l of Importance to all Veterans will county's popular jcnool teachers; spent from his store "
Saturday\ here the guest .of her friend lie loved hU pipe and 'a story better for the Price of -
known as tbe Massey place; we extend be transacted. 1:1ltf.ROB&aTllo": Irll. T. L. Wull-i. than ttU work. One : I '.

4 a welcome to him and family. J. At MATHIAS, .. Com'd. | lie could not concentrate all his powers '
Mr. J. W* Moore' of Ozark, Mn was a on his task. THE MANNER, the leading county paper and THE AMERICAN FARMER ; .
Bear In mind that does Adj't.: He did. not know how todujltcate himself
\ success: too. Jte pleasant visitor at out olHce Thursday .,
In trying to build yourself UP 'bv 'Dulling a last. Mr. Moore ha* just !come In, and I In others. Both One Year f
will prospect a few. days with k view of HA let gruff 1.ldlfferonL clerks drive
your neighbor down; that low.cheap A aetlea Gala locating away his business.He for $1.00 '
principle leads to a sure failure.. I trusted Incompetent friends ..withrepoo ,
On Saturday, Jan. 30th, I will offer all Mr. J. T. Carter, of Vernon, member of lblA positions. F
'The space In oar paper Is. our stoclc-lr! my household goods, "farming Implements the school board was'a visitor here Mondays Ej -\\'ould not change fairly good nfeth- This unparalleled offer Is made to all new trade, and wncapnoi give It away" but He tells us that a man by the nameof ode 'tor better one pay up all arrears and renew, beginning/ January 1, IVO-k. Address 'tTHE
we have space for sale candidates., buuInetw a horse and wagon, seven head of' Williams near Vetrnnn had his house i i He did thing over and over again because -,
- men and others who desire It. hogs and an. Esly organ for ..ale.' pub IUd contents buried a few days ago. L be lacked svrtem.
t He thought ho knew all there CHUBBY BANNER .
tnrtalns lie auoMon. wn to
Window seven feet long with ,
De. S.) C. Rlchacdson.'of TndlanaDolN knowbout his business.
frlntaand' lace Insertion, only 45c.. each; Sale commeD-cp. at 10 o'clock at Whlf-( came Inr Wednesday and will spend the, Ho tried to economize by cutting down .1 ...;.: .. s .... .' ;" :
frilled muslin el.lr&aln".1." (1 is per pair; "winter with relatives-,- Rev; W. P. Klihtrdsnn tile advertising' CJllpleYt ?Ia. '
appropriation. ,
don's meat market. ) .. : ._ ,
belt pins with. chains, 25c, each. At. MissJUttleV and famlry, Till. ..is the first meet. He was a good honest man but did not : .... r- ,
,3 .' ; ':-T i ',1! :.: E X.: ADELOBICBOBB. ing of We brothers for thirty.years... |i do battues, In business way. ; ; i-S / ,.: .' r' .. .. ,, '
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