The Chipley banner
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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: October 1, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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: Vole XI. Chipley, Washington Co., Florida: ] Thursday: October 1st 1903 Number' 15.M. .


Roosevelt and Equality Invest In Pine Lands.

,. A dispatch from Chicago to The Baltimore !- Rome ODe ha studied closely the forestry .
Sun: Inform that the Brat aeries of of the Month and recently said:

W. Keith IB- Co. presidential campaign buttons his made "If I had a million dollars to Invest, I

,, Its appearance In tbat; city. would sooner put it In Southern pinelands

The button represent PresdentRoeae.. where there was some-timber and I.e an Unlucky Number '- etfii, -

volt and- Hooker-Washington enjoying& the chances for more to grow with a fire

Chipley, Florida. ;: I luncheon tonothng: The, ingle: word law enforce, than in any other form of BUT &ioC '

''Equality In !bold letter across the face Investment can think of." Nt3AWel3Plln '

Sole agents for, ; : of the badge Is Its striking characteris II. O. Putnam has contributed to For We Will" Risk It Once. ".

tic. Colored men have been the first to estry and Irrigation: an article on Tho j I

I'wear the button and many are to be seen : Pine Lands of the South, In which he On Saturday, DuI'10WCe jt

Battle Axe Shoes.12 .*- with the badge/ adorning: their coat 1I lapoli. gives! fact and. figures claiming that a 1

The button- depict the* president : 1100 priftt an acre may be made on pine Oct. lath Ipe ole
: I> pu.h.'Mold..r I and negro leader at a small round dinner : lands. De !roes on to say:
/. very I table, presumably) In the white house. i iI "Personalty, I would rather. own the

I The colored man I* seated at Roosevelt's 'old tMdV of the !South: with their forest we will sell ;you: -
: dcr s>L positiv-es: > nin.ittoo.: a
g right, with his |!rand resting upon the la possibilities If the flames are kept out

'; ble. Both ur;ey a coffee service, water than tho-bnnds of any. railroad In the

-' bottle and two'napkins and are awaitingthe United States from the standpoint 01safety 13 pounds of Good Coffee for $1.00Pat.
u6; arrival of the drat course." to the Investment and ,eventual Will Al.o Be Cheap That Day.; S

4 .! It Is reported .hat several! organlia-: sure returns. Moisture, climate and soil

Not only this, but we sell everyr. tlons, particularly among negro: Republicans are there, hut with the- forest, /floor annually $1.50 Hats for $1.00 .
will make these buttons their official burned over; growth I II retarded. !

, / campaign badge. If not effectually: checked Moisture' forth ; $2 Hats for $1.50 (

.. thing, in the way of dry Roods, The design of these buttons la a fiery forest I not retained' In the soil, roots a. \ d r
air representation'of President Roose- art exposed and there la loss where there ,
$2.50 Hats for $2.00
notions, hats, and staple and fan- velt's attitude on the race qusstlon-a should be gam.: If each state: spent tV e 4
a question bv the way which ha bec'omd (000 J)( annualjTuii! .; preventing Ores, frtr the I
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y .' cy'groceries* at prices to,,*:':";snit" *V recrudescent. largely on account of hlJlInllamator enforcement' ot fire taws, and for the pro + 1,1j Remember the Day, I

,' policy Beyond doubt'rheo- motion of Interest and knowledge among

dore Roosevelt ha done more harm In the. people who hardly realize' the great SATURDAY, ,

everyone's Pocketbook this direction to the black man as well lees suffered by the community In a for

a* the white than oar person whatsoever est Are, they would accomplish more real

since the arrival of the first shipload good than they could with' the expenditure r Oct. 10th.CAILAWAV .

+!OOME SBB U8P'7F of negroes from the. coast of Afri of MOO.OOO any other way. DfV

Mr. Putnam calls for state and nation-
ca.Tbe iOODS. \
very existence of such a button legislation to save the forests from fire.Savannah & CUt
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Justified as U Is by the facts.nhould make Press.Getting. ; t

r the name of Roosevelt an offense to every ."... -v- ------ leI1 VVV >riVefA/V-../V J ,

eelf-respecting white man from Maineto Tnlnga. ,.1

J D., Bnllt- one of tae PFra-..... CoIorlcM'Varnish. California It Is sometime easier to'get things by Th. Joke Will Turn. WoriieJ law Drvnim.An .

1 A The Brltlah museum, the great European Colorless varnish for use on fine la- -- asking for them than to just watt for the Chauncey M. Depew add Samuel'LClemens Instance In which a dream wat

'; storehouse of things out of the held or other prints, as well .. for The Deep Deep Sea.It thing to coma to yon, It every other ,' the humorist were crossing' useful in preventing an Impending catastrophe -

ordinary, bas 'hundreds of Egyptian white \vo d and other spotless articles.Is the ocean on the,same steamer.: One I. recorded of a daughter of '
town should sit supinely by and wait. for
i mummies of nil dynasties' rull". made. follows: Dissolve' two and I baa been until' recently the proval them'thoro :. evening after dinner It'wnIJ suggested 111'" Rutherford,at Edcrton, the grand- !

: .towed away wltliia Its walla. Some of .ou -bult oum-ca'of' bleached shellac In : ent Impression that at treat depths In things to coma to would be that following the time honored custom daughter of Sir Walter Scott. Tbl. lady .

them are comparatively): recent effort one pint of rectified uloobol I; to this the ocean no organic life could exist, for mighty little enterprlse-lii this world. lu the United States the diners dreamed more than once that her

at embalming, and others date back to i add five ounces of animal booeblnck. the But they don't do It. Many of, them make speeches.! Sir. Clemens made a mother bad been murdered by a block
light there and

the wlda revolving auudea of centuries which should first be lutiteaV-.nd then no penetrates pressure are so anxious! for new enterprise that characteristic address, such as might servant. She was so! much upset by

r past.: 'The oldet-of the E'ntlre'rol- boll the mixture for about five min of tbe water. In very great. As a they reach out for thera. They don'treach have been expected from one whose I this that she returned home. aDd to

,.. lection la the mummy of Hj-ki-rlnoa. utes. Fltrr a small quantity of this matter of fact the pressure IS so great out In a listless languid way, either writing: are so well known under the her fTftit astonishment and not a little

lie was a king In Egypt la what Is through;: thieving paper end If not fully that ordinary articles of wood are compressed I If they did they wouldn't get, any now de plume of Mark Twain. to tier dismay she met on entering the

known to history a. the fourth dynas colcrlera ndd more boneblack and boll to half their original site If lowered -It was understood" .said Senator house the" -very black) servant she had
thing. Capitalists are not going, to Invest -
nj-ulu.: When this l ball been done.. run Depcw- when calf! to speak mot In her dream. He bad been
ty"; and wore his golden tiara and SIlt :: to a depth of 3000 feet. If _a human In Indifferent towns. upon en-
sleepy '
the mixture through silk and through "that Mr. Clemens and I should gaged In her absence. She
on the tbrooe of thrones 4.000 years before being were suddenly exposed to the pressure write'' prevailed
the "win* wen fallowed the star of filter)rg paper. When cool. It Is readyfor of water at tbat depth he would be Indifference sometimes gnaws the Impression out our speeches! for thIs upon a gentleman to "watch In an ad- t

n c fate tilt It stopped over that lowly use. It should be applied with compressed to the thinness of A that towns don't want live people advance and then exchange manu joining' room during the following }

:' hovel la Bethlehem where the Infant care,and uniformity.! paper. to come then and disturb thorn. The scripts.: We bare done BO, but I regretto night
the feet would
diver at of
Jean lay." depth 10,000 only way to prevent. Impression from any that have forgotten Mr. Clem Abont 3 o'clock In the morning thegrntlemntm

Mykertno. was, tbe! builder of the T1Ie Llt.raIlT. have weight enough upon him to equal going abroad Is for the town to wake up en.'speech." beard footsteps on the

I third pyramid at Clzeli. where his A gentleman wishing some bushesremoved several hundred of tbellll'eatestand heaviest add kaaoeverlastingly'; reaching out for The senator then took his seat His etnlrs. came out anti met the servant

I headless mummy; was discovered In from his garden, told his gardener locomotives. Theme afo depressions things. auditor toured" In appreciation of file currying a quantity of coal. Being i

the year 183O. The atone coma In to- pull them up by tbe roots. coach deeper, however and soundings, JelL questioned n. to where he was tolng.:
I Every that to do
I large
expects a
which be _.. .. Sonic time lifter be went Into the garden have been made' of Tbe next day an Englishman met Mr, he answered confusedly that he was
+ 1 Lein g antiapelay reed th0 nod found the! gardener digging establishing depths business or to amount to any thing as a. i_'I.._........ .....,_I_.. .S _,.._ d s.,_ .. _
England was lout.ut sear at more than 22,000 feet near the !Island of u. oar ..uui l\f men luv rn i s reea fire, n bleb
I trenches round the bushes.'Wby. manufacturing, spasmodically or' periodically "11II1Y be remarked "I hove always at :3 o'clock In the morning In the mid.
: bottom of the for
; ocean two ;years before St. Thomas, In the Atlantic, and of almost -
being recovered. It I. seldom tout QcorRe." be .aid. :"you need center will have to bus tin--everlastingly heard that Senator Depew was remarkably I die of summer was evidently Impossible .

a uian" bongs are eiibjectrd to vicissitudes not dig round those small bashes In 27,000 feet near the Japanese : and continually.. If It. has inducements clever but what wretched tlrh-ell On further Investigation a strong/ .

i especially 'G.OOOor 0.000 thnt wa,.. I am sure yon are strong -...- to offer\ for the location of new of hla that was which you were obligedto knife' waa found hidden In the con Is.

4 his death ;reanattel' enough to pall them up by the roots." Ureat forest of sea weeds' cover the enterprises let these Inducement be'' recite lost nlgutr! -New York llerJd. The Irtdy escaped<< but tbe man wa. ,

,a "Oh. yes sir'." replied the gardener."I bottom of the ocean and reach from the known. subsequently" bnuged for murder and !

an strong enough bit I must dig a surface. In these before' bl. execution be confessed
greatest depth to the that
ErftKtt\: .
-rt. .. o* She Ulcer. Try for results and try to get results.! : Spider sad Scurplau.Spider
fittte before I can catch bold of the forests there life diversified( than he Intruded to have assassinated Sirs.Rutherford. .
Ivory uuktets. often is more have wonderful eyesight:, but
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very iry, root. If had told me' to pull them By keeping I Its merits always before the
only worn tiy the The women of wealth you In tbe primeval forests of the tropics. faun quite sure dint the scorpion' vision I .
up by the branches., cquld have removed public; Ills easy for that public to estimate ,
,and Importance' but the au-M-.anklets ** Spiders and wormlike animals! of enormous die notwithstanding his six eyes la .
s.Gleve. worth of the place. If every A Ounlur-m Man's Nerve.
worn by other,"may be far from being acute, an English i
}, tuai pounds size. Infusorlae, crabs, sea urchins says
The merchant
successful nowadays ,
In weight, and some of,them: near buge .....' I. as OM m. / ...._. shells crustaceans, star fish, turtles, and town meant! business, ana the. peoplethought naturalist It It very difficult to catch i know how to turn even misfortune -
business and talked hu lT'Hn and '
bran plate, perhaps a foot In dlam- be&dllJ'& : a .pliler with a pair of forceps but a
i It might supposed that the millions of other living things of all kinds ,. Into advertising. A team of coach
; .eter, which, once axed to the ankles i glove was an article of modern luxury. worked business there wj lU (bar more scorpion can easily be captured It no
; horse daubed Into Immense
find their food In the equally varied plantlife plats
are never removed. The men wear a On tHe contrary these hand coverings business.town*. Chi pIer could grow If noise' la mode. SpIders Me their prey" "7
gins window In front of a big furniture -*
Ingle strip of cotton clotb; but those I date back almost as far as history It- of the deep sea. the people would make up their minds to "before they are caught In the well but i store In New York city and made .)

who come much In contact-with the self. Homer mentionstbtm In bl. writing ; Deep sea ash have been bronchi up In push the city to the front. The strange, the scorpion makes no movement whatever a general of everything In'

European are now learning to wear I *."and Xenopbon also. stating that the deep sea drag net Invented by Prince thing Is that the people are so blind that to setae flies or cockroncbea until .Erie, The.mashup proprietor Instead; of shut- rtiug
trousers. Their weapon are flintlocks tbe great Cyrus; once forgot his gloves Albert of Monaco. A curious circumstance they ludtcute'! their whereabouts byuiovcuitMita. "
they cannot see. up shop even temporarily! lint
w bows and spears! the latter both on itn Important occasion! Prom the connected with deep sea flab Is This being thee case. It down and with a paint brush elaborated '
for hurling and thrusting. earliest time the manufacture of can rondy!! lIP understood how easily
that none of these have ever been broughtup the following on a big white board '
The hob are built of mud and matting glove baa been an Important trade In This .e Good Reading.The lie nroiySou may be roused Into motion
alive. Recant deep sea explorations and Installed It In the window where -
and are quadrangular In- shape. Ity tilt vibrations of innale.
France and In 700
Charlemagnegranted veal the fact that tbo ocean still contains melancholy days are come the the plate glees was: "A roach tcam-
The crater t is an open courtyard; atone an unlimited right to tbe abbot and If n toning fork lie sounded on the
Immeasurable treasure, which await development eaddeaiofthe year but pumpkin ,ples smashed thin window. You see, even
end of which la the apartment of taUv I
monk of iMtbln to make gloves from Lrrp my caged ncorilon. \ -
the bead of the house while the wives the skin of deer they killed. The word sad utilization by human Infeotlvenesa. will soon be ripe and therefore I don't ,-. lie at once become agitated and the horse know where to Cod good"

and family are accommodated la other glove being of Anglo-Saxon origin. It U 'The most fertile' acre of keer. The rustling corn must hurry up tftrHira out viciously: with bla stlnx.Ou furniture. This la a pointer for you

rooms on time right and left of the conjectured by some that the Saxons rultlvatM land Is a sterile desert compared the frost I la on Its track and -soon we'll touching! biu! with the vllirutluxcnlnjc >
How tae "..11'.. Treat Gorilla.
courtyard. There is no furniture or Introduced the trade of glove making with one acre of the surface of the feel[ the chilling: breeze, so says the alma- : folk "bv stings. It and then coll.uinwlf Kntlvrjt In the rountrlrs Inhabited bygrfat I

ornnmeut and but a few household Into England. deep sea bottom., nac. The frightened rabbit scurries off up. IUI scorpions do when regard them a.'hn-
<< always
utensils and weapon*.-All) the. Tear and i d.rd In. apes
hide down In the stubblefor .
Bound when .. man beings of Inferior types, and It Is ,
......r. .. .... lie hears sportman'n ''be
III. Our Ignorance of Earth.It the gun knows Small Fl.... for this reason tlwt for a long time It _

s Th. Decinui Pelee.h Take at least one meal a day leisurely there'll soon be trouble. The wary quail An Englishman walking through a was found Impossible to get hold of an

In both France .and Germany one- ; take ftree.leisurely' yon can; Is beginning to strike the thoughtful has timid grown and pipes her gentle I "(rtau! pan of Scotland with red and I entire gorilla skin Lrcnuae the a"voges' '

fourth (y) reduced to a decimal written take one, meal a day leisurely at any" that know little of the warning, the winds from misty dells be rift mrnp' tiron a tiny loch vrhlch be considered It rellxlouoly necessary! to
cast Tile other two meals eat Ilght7.Let we very appearance I
as .25; In England It Is written gin: to chill up In the morning. The landIs tbuii.bt held! out promlne of good sport! '! cut off the hands and fret of tbe antmale ..
the hearty meal be the leisure of the earth. A mine that descendsa !
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killed ..
'25 (always with the period ili the top lit wltb golden rod and there In ourplo Pat'.rut: ly be Uskfi for ttrit-' bours.eartly when they them. Just
meaL The beet time for this for mostmen' of mile underground I., relatively -
quarter a do with their enemies
they possibly .
of the In the United S'lates: In I
line> and glory the regal aster lift their heads and 1I'I"lng s: Hwui spot to spot along
tbla way. .25.: France 'and Germany to after the da.)" work Is over speaking, scarcely more than the Ile IwrOerti of the little pond. but. no for tbe purpose of rendering them

: always use the comma! EngMn-I and Do not burry In getting: to the table. Impression made by a ferrule or'a walkIng tell the winds their story. The canned I\l"L't"'F.: iaiiiit to bliu. harmless Incase they should by any .

the United Statre the period the only I Taker time In getting ready for It. Having stick on a.wet. road. The great heart fruit has been' put away and packed downIn At l-t lw accosted a boy who bad chance comet to life again. .
come to the meal In an unhurried the cellar the good old
difference being tbe manner tn wblcb It :of the globe Itself remain untouched ; summer time tool fur ten minutes wnu-lilnx biro I <

1* paced upon the line Sir l..ae"New- state of mind you will enjoy It !better and unknown. I* It solid or Is It liquid? 11\ past the year ls growing' : mellar.- tvlili mingled surprise> end en lenity on Talked Ten Dollnn* Worth.

ton Is given the credit of originatingthe :, Cooking because It Club.will taste and digest better. But more humbling Is the reflection/ that Roseville (Ill.) Prees Independent. y.t! tan', rxiy little lud." Mid tin Eug- T remember when In Judge cr'rolnal Austin was"
trying a cane the court, ,
present English method of using lishinitn. "can you tell me. ivbetliir
until we learn to ay we shall have no aId a Milwaukee lawyer "that he had
the decimal point hi., reasons being 'Iareare any flab In this: pondr .
... ... true conception of. the picture of the Work The Heart fellow defend who
line A Ps.lll- ar Does. I a to was evidently
the of the
It at
that by placing top "If than t* ony. they must lie vera: J
Wife (after returning front church-' ) earth. We are looking at. the earth as guilty. When the time came for him
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tt could be distinguished at a glance The work of the heart Is the circulation >r- < ::n'. sir' ," returned the boy. *f or I Irne.ivtttvr I
mark. Ton should have been In church this though to seeour.elveL we held a mIr- j to plead, ho rose and said be was willIng -'
from the "foll.toP" punctuation of the llfa-glvtng 'blood wrs ben until It rain-
{ throughoutthe
All English mathematicians use the moral We bad a beautiful sermon.' ror with Its end against our nose and -4 i'Correaey' t I|: to let the case go to the Jury at
yairrt J
I Husband-I'll( bet you can't repeat It. We think know body. With each'stroke 'or beat of once, believing that there was no .
mark In tbe way proposed by Newton looking along we
the totWifeYes the heart; It project something like six
chance for .
and the period .. a sign! of multiplication. bow a tree looks, how a mountain looks pW'.t.rre4. acquittal."dlo
I can. It waa the tenth ounce of blood Into the" bodily" conduits. wa. nudged! by the defendant.
_w_________ verse of the sixteenth chapter of Eze- eVen how a man looks; but we do nc<&. throwing It For a distance cf nine feet. "8 o far an" I nm concerned. observedPpertdnht who sold, 'For tbe Lord' sake, say '
To see a picture properly one mast stand Ccn't rare whether we *
kiel "I girded thee about with flue
That omvthlng.
It does nine /
r Mother Nature Is the greatest end: linen, and I covered thee with silk." away from I It, and until we get off theearth 4,140timencr.sixty times a minute, have! an elastic cnrr racy or not: but byGtorir <. 'You know you are guilty; and ;rfQdldll"
noblest of teachers. Study her rule i1 hour OT.360 times In a *. I\l riif: to have It a little more
r n1l.band-Hubl la machines balloons ''
It no wonder yon either by flying or 'pa, me much anywaywhisper
and laws. and If you follow sad ooc:" remember It. day,5aWtOO times In a year and '.MO., dbeslver*-CfcTcngo-Trllrano: -
we sball have no faithful Idea of ed the lawyer.
them win not far .-Uas- 337,130 times la a life time of
yon: go wrong.weli's seventy "
how our planet really looks. I M know that said the prisoner. Ionly
Talisman. rears. Tbe blood Is propelled by the f>rptre '
and tor
paid $10 good
; you near
.......,.... For Honey, heart nine feet,each beat 307 yards each >w1c.k<<; :-To'i say the unexpected DeTer : sake talk $10 worth anyway!

You never n child when When a gtrljnarrte. for money, very" .Many a man who Is capable of glr- minute; seven miles an hour, 109 miles In Btowlok bapfM'ns! -Exn to fan.<- ; ,chi. I've pot so need "Every one In the' room heard tbat.

_yon are angry, and by tbe way never often she tui. t4 make the divorce court lag good advice Isn't capable of earnng a dav, 81.817 miles 'In .',ear and 4,330420 fIt that; I III' .>...y C''C'pPC't' It now.-Fbll- and Judge Austin talked bl. $Ia worth
r '. mall tor getting drunk until her collection -,-_Baltimore: Her ** .-
>,- .. his salt, miles la the IMIven&.earll. .1??t'-2a! Pnbfe! 1."dger. Ue cleared! his man totJ.A.Y -
sheet be Is sober.-Atchlaon Globe. &14. 'i -,
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TI"VAL.CR:0V. GOOD HOAD-I---.....BII-AND COTTON. KOTRLS wmiOirr- -:---:- END. --:- . . .T 11' . . .. -I'
.. Good roads will economize time i Tbe ancient maxim, "High It is recorded something remarkable '. ,..-,-,' '.'' .': --

-"-KVKRY: TIIUR>WAY. and force-in transportation be- liver, high cotton is being revived that a Japanese novel-! ,,, .

/QsICRtrTioll 1-naMnjJM IMVAUBLTinrruco tween the farm and market. in connection with tbe re- ist bas completed a story which <0. ,

U' ADYAxorl' They enable farmers to take advantage cent rise in price both of metal occupies: ninety volumes.! Such f .. '\

: AYTIIK r....*orncrk AT CHIP : of market fluctuates in and staple. a work would seem ratber long ...

LBV rtA. A i .BCOKD OLABS MAII buying and selling. They per- Whatever may be'the explanation if one bad to review it, but there ;

MATTER I of this fact it certainly has are possibilities, in tbe very long i .
_, mit transportation! of farm products -
-or I nun irm l '* I an Important bearing at presenton novel. One very well known I "VVfells Bros. J. .
W.Y.. JNI S,..Edlwr!: and purchased' commodities : '
-- the cotton situation in the writer has frequently said that ,

ADVKItTIMHQ HATh l.* ATf UCAT1' II during time of comparative leis- south. Many cotton mills in this if be were entirely free be would : -

l'''pl.,..II...........-".".... 1003. I ure. They reduce toaminimum section have shut down on account .I select a group of characters and I I Want to see You! -

-' -- -. .." .- .. '. to the wear and tear of horses of the high price of the at the end of two years would ,

It may be better to be born harness and vehicles: Last but staple. As a rule these south :bave produced a tale dealing with! : Come to-our store and let'us' : : : .

tactful than strenuous. not least, good roads enhance the ern: mills seil'the greater part of all that happened to them in a

r market value of real estate. their output* to silver standard single twelve -months. In_ the I tell something] that will :
The Finn Creek (Mo.) Re- you
-- ------ countries, such! as-China and India next two years be, would"carry I
vague Mays: "Hogs are soaring NOW irOUTIIBNIVAIIAUVA CANAL.. Tbe higher the price of matters on for another twelvemonths I not only please you but will. : '
higher than the American:: Ka- .
The Panama 'canal treaty is I silver, the greater the purchasing and soon the'end.. It:I .

g14s' T .. ..1..1..I....... T4 A' wi.....*.4....A...*ti'" not whether. i power of' the 'received; is not incredible that he might: put dollars, in your pocket.: : .

The straight and narrow path ,the Colombian. Congress meansit by the mills for their goods; in do this with complete '",ucce-ss, I

would not probably be BO narrow to be dead or only wishes to other words, as silver goes up for where a man has written seriously We can't name all the good

if more people walked in it.- haggle for better terms. The the margin of profit is increasedfor I he very often leaves his .

Puck.It result is the same. The United I the southern mills. I characters at the end of the book I things. we have, for you, ,but

States cannot afford to dicker: The factories are starting up in such relations tbat they cannot '

is all right to write about with a shylock. The terms proposed as fast as they can get the cot- go on living in the world without I simply say: Come and see for : .

,deporting the negroes but they were as liberal as the con- toy. The outlook is bright not helping to make another: and '

do come in handy when there are gress of the United States only for he planter, but for the I an interesting..story. I yourself. .' : :
chores to do. -- -
spinner and weaver well.
make. Since as ,
to ,
thought proper 8AVJMTWOKROM! DEATH '" \ "

The indications are that President they were not.accepted it is now I ACVOIiniNOTU<< 19I0.&N. Our little daughter bud un utinoet fatal.' ,
attack oiniKb and broocbIU..1wrltea I I
Roosevelt will have no difficulty proper to deal with Nicaragua.It Senator Morgan of Alabama,. .Jlr. W.K. Jln il.nd, or Armonk.' I ,
is neither dignified nor : N. V., "but when all olber remkllea failed,
whatever in forcing congress proper than whom there is, no wiser man wt .a>1It1 bet the wlib, Dr. Klng'a Mew'
to drive a bargain with Colombia. I Discovery. Our niece wbo bad Coniumn-
to do just what it wants to '
in congress, has given expres- lion In an advanced atave. also u.ed tbi '
It is now the duty of the President ... ''
wonderful metllolne and aba I III "
do.' sion to some interesting views in well.. DeBpernte today ibroit and long jxr.fectljr . . . . .. '
under the act passed by: .
regard to tbe Democratic out- disease yield to Or Klnll:'. New Dl,fx:>verjr '
Fortunately the movement to congress to enter into negotiation as to no other medicine on urtb. In- .
look for 1904. He believes that fillble for Oouich: mid Colds. fiOu and $1toltlee -
inaugurate a farmers union fail ; *with Nicaragua and Costa guaranteed! by H IS )DIcOeecby:
the Democrats ought to win next J.JONES.
Co. Trial l battles free. J
ed. Think what would happento Rica for tbe'construction of a canal I Just
year with any sort of prudent; ----
the Country if the farmers by the Nicaraguan route. Coombia -
manngement. A Missouri police judge recently A I TOHNKY-AT-L.AW
went on a strike. has no monopoly of the asked if he solid car CIII PLEY. FLA.
"The signs are all propitious, a prisoner was

New York I advising sthmus. She thought she had he says "for a Democratic year.,' intoxicated when arrested. The Rex
: papers are
the whip hand. She should be D.
men in that section to "The Republicans are in an prisoner replied, "no, your hon- CARMIUHAEL.>
young shown that she was mistaken. i I dead drunk.."_ This recalls and they must at Law., : _
come HOuth. If they. come as de- extremely vwl-itrable way on the or, was Attorney
The canal by thePanamaroute tariff aaJ finance questions. tbe case of the officer who get you one. .Collection* a Specialty. VDhipley :
and will
velopers producers tbey ; ; Fla.
would have been shorter than by : ,
be warmly welcomed. Democrats will insist upon free asked a sargeant if his prisoner Why t

the Nicaragua route and on that' trade between the states and the I used profane language. The're- BUELb GOOK
account the Times-Union favored I I wbeo can : ,
ItlluKE!!: INT. ills IIOXHK.H. "I couldn't
ply was, .
I insular. territories as'between say as Attorney t Law, .'
L*Quinn orCitvendlHh.. Vt., wne r '''- the Panama route. But the
blllur We caJJ: : :Y.FLOIZZa1i.: :
but he
that sir most
the older states. swore aw-
1..1 of lit runtomnry bculih by Invnelon of
C'broiite Conmlnutlon. When Dr. Kin,'. difference was not of enough importance ful." \erms to aull .,.up Male In Well betiding. .,
N..wA** Itila. forok* into ble hnuaa, hi.trollll. to justify us in yieldingto "On question the Repub- "' ,, attention vin all matter eatrnated
.. arrested and 1 he'. entirely .
one 1 now licans were: badly divided. The .care CuHectkn*made.
cured.' Tb'v lint Ktiarnnoed. to cure. SOtiat excessive demands of Colom- "A donkey stepped into astore Lay for nspansibto time and .are-te.ted In-
e. 1C, iloOeaoby A Co.drug vtora. Republican finance, propositions, ... '
bia. The Nicaragua route, while and the proprietor approached ,
especially as embodied in the Aldrich that old '
Our New Possessions ,are officially longer, is nearer to the United the beast and asked: What are I I rattling
bill were full of faUaey.LeodiD& HOijNE.'D
referred to as our "non States and nearer to the direct the credit of the country you doing here? You know this I I, .goo :and! get WE DO ..:.:

contiguous territory." Before ,line of commerce between western is no place for a donkey.* 1 am eae. We caD. ";.;
to favored national-banks was I p :
long we may speak of Yankees} Europe and eastern Asia. A contrary to Democratic' doctrineand here*said the donkey becauseI at a very low 7;.

Southerners, Westerners and canal by that route would be of national banking should be saw your advertisement on tbe BEADS R HEADS":

Noncontigs. inestimable advantage, and it is done on specie.*" fence which surrounds my pas',i; : Iso ENVELOPES,'J. I
B. -* H of vital importance that tbe waters ture. I know you too must be! I
According to carefully prepared Senator Morgan's characteristic If,_ want HEADS SINES8.. .
of the Atlantic and "Pacificbe a donkey or you would placeyoor i '
statistics Uncle Sam's incomefor ,connected. insight has revealed the trnewea'kness advertisement in a paper "wJiere plows or plow N CARDS.
of the Republican (
a single day .averages $2,020- It is not well to let Colombia po Would be'read by people... not do tatter t&ao PAMPHLETS

836. His expenditures now av- think that she can ,absolutely sition. That party's colonial donkeys.. being lonesome today I Ha.to. 'T' COMMISSARY
policy has involved it in a maze of
erage $1,630,000 per day. The control the situation. There is 1 I I thought I would be De gI11Jorh'ancl I CHECKS
difficulties, especially as regards I CHECKS
is or
old gentleman laying by some no sufficient reason for make a fraternal call..**-Ex- .
permit-1 inter-colonial tariff from which DRAFTS

thing. ., ting her to. The I it cannot possibly extricate itself il! beAqaartur I II N VISITING
the South American repubtiCStI In 1860 the census estimatesof J ,
It is reported that a young ; and the Republican finan- articles.
when they can afford to assume I the total wealth of the South G CARDSTO
married man of Quincy wrapped c schemes arc not only opposed I I
an arrogant attitude, is well ern States was a little more than
in the greatest excitement, IYEIlITI
by the sober judgement of i ER
known. We hope President $5.2<>0.190.818, including the value OR
flew to the telegraph office of his tbe country but arc mutually in- ., .
town and wired his wife's rela- Roosevelt in this case will show I consistent. The growing un- of negroes held as property.]I

Colombia that she was not in : In 1880, after tie Civil war!
'; position
dives a happening as : popularity of Roosevelt is another !
': **1 tons today, more tomorrow." to assume such an attitude.Ti source of weakness.-Atlanta' emancipation and reconstruction TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES
mes-Union. Journal It was $3,2000,000,000()() ()() in roundigures
t '"-C pital. .. _n _____ or $2ooo.oaJOOOesa- '

V A LOV K LKTTKIUWi : I than in 1860. It is now stated COMPLETE. TAYLOR

ulr not lnU.rv.t)'O\IIfYOII...* tanking SAWMILLS:
Huron ''l'HIS'IS that the census: returns of 1900,!II GINNING
for n mmr niH>iJ tl"e! for tlnre.! or A GOOD DAY
.rilM. Otto Itodd. of PMtdw, MiK, wrltoatI when tabulated will place our -
aulT-i,.d w> In an ugly\ \ tnro for a "" '
1.ulab.l .-! llncklen'a" Arnlort Sulvo butwlate. wealth at over $12,000,000,0001And ) OUTFITS Newly
I the I ref Salve on mirlh. 83o al 8.K. For yore to.Say a bottle of
McO "'hW'-; Co.. drug lorn. % yet some people accuse
of not being progressive. i GSIST l Boiler Works
There is a ,new game being Dr. 'Tichenors .
AntisepticFor KILLS .. --- :
I : .
sections CONFESSION Or A' RIE"fr.U. \oj''
in just
played some now ft"
...Jno.. 8.Uox.: of Wake Ark!:, wrbeII, -- Machine'MILL ,;:: ,,
and it 1 is about the best we have 'For It yean I tutored from Itiwwdie "a_ '
heard of; we should like to takea fleabag ., consulted a aunther of rfcrattaaoa W' ShopjstandFoundry' :+ j
and tried all enrta of m tUoi-,bat e<* aw SUPPLIES ': '
hand in a game of it ourself. relief. Then 1 hews. eke u.e a KJoetrtelllltera ,;;:

The game i is called "Christianity Wounds, Bruiscs Burns,Set ds,..IRtc.lVotJ.ii.pr .....*e.that...fbel had ib MM..t In I am ila|now rai>caned for twelve.* Eel....mlfr.ra.r1./WArr,fla dal.l.rwP.p.,M.I.r.\"h'.,
I"..rs." If?,,,a want a rrlltbl* awdicixe raa rdE ..a Y yr 1.alesl.to flime" wI1II v.. '
and is played as follows: \ f" : lor Liver and Kid,,,,. trouble ttomaeh.....- ,-
The girls get on one side of the XjiUo It! "' : order nr general I fli-billu!nt Elcctria Sit. MAUARY BROS. MACHINERY CO
:. '- II.Jrua..att.flI by>> B. K.JtCo. :. A/ce.ehy./ .
room and are Christians. The "':', UnlrMta.Perhaos MACON CA. '
< I ill--- ,
boys get on the other side of the "
few people know that .
room and are tlieheathens. Then .. there is in I 1DR.h401w 1>S 'S IIrtI cleleriiWuluzA .
the world I
one place
the heathens embrace Christian! D .
ty. See the point? I fa Man or bead. where the son sets twice daily.i .... EETMJN1N01 A tN Bowel TroabI ..
This, _. ..._ _.. : .,.s. CltIldral.I..c_
place' is" Bald to oc at Leekin

An exchange says that in the Pleasant Harmleaa, Reliable Staffordshire England. The ->>h POWPIRl) ,a.

beginning God created the heavens I Chicago Tribune which tells the Cests Orijtf carts: >at :G1 1M TEJT1IING tired and EASY.MAW

the earth, then the editor Ask for story says: "The reason of this n or...S *. ..hi to C. J. MOrraTTT. M. t>. 8T. a.OUIS. MO.

and then the liberal advertiserand your Druggist 'it. is that a jagged mountain is sit- w._err Da __ m--zZA Po.... )__ Janln AnumuOa iiiilnmli,.II*.r.U.ll In It it Ck.m .MY.V
e.apw..rr-.- ........' _
ib enw..d ham ruvrrwr wkl wra.Ma
the prompt-paying uated to the wesf of tbe town --rU..f W n..rr.....tr_-r..w _; ..w..mar...-.....g..wd.f.gr.Y
.,. .
r. -which was all good. r-r..r.w..1 s. 7. nor w r BMMMid.at w.twt.a,w.t..er th..fwrN W..www'C.
very i and in the tbe aa.-a...IrW nr.war r MMhl ..
ti The next day ilsnowed. and he First National Bank sun sets TII&_L.t.JU.III &a4JI'CJ1I DRtrO OO-W. >.llrmcnoavsr. D.. 1.t.'
created the man who does not behind it and darkness comes on.
? believe in advertising, another Then is the first sunset, the gas ...
... or n-In"In.nnn. F1n.. Y'ICa-.u..sr. CU8DD
f. who docs not take the home pa- lamps are lit, and apparently

,:: per-then he rested. Then the c:........... ...__a...c.t...- .._..........t0.3. night has set in. But it has not ]First National Bank .:
devil got into the moulding room RESOURCES. UADILITIES. for in the space of an hour or so, .

and created the man who takes Kill Ro lvabl'*and Uooda.....1.U1.I3.J.. Capital Stock ........... ......$ soooxcoSorplaaFund the sun reappears again throughthe OF PENSXCOL2t.: FIWS :: : ;
the paper for rears and tails:!! to U. U"nd.1UI4 ........"....... 13.3ctL! ..................... SJOXOOClixuUUixt. opening at the side of the ,t'
#" pay for it. After he bad com- unsure" I and Plituroa........ JS4.38 u.'fWed. Pro1l\8..............., 1.137 mountain and daylight again Transacts a General Banking JBualneaa.. ,
pleted the sorry job and having Cash aDd t>,.from JUnk,..... S1.ss.1t ...................... "r..nw ap- -. .' .
a few lumps left he created the R.d.stptlonFund..............-. -C33.00 Dcpoelee. ................_ ...t37.rn.e9 pears. Artificial and daylight lights are again extinguished I Tour Buatneas Solicited. ,:. '".

excuse of a man who nettles his .t1S\"I.Tr. "$II1.W appears until the sun descends DI..wcTO ;Y ':';c.: '.'
an enrages by instructing the .....t. ...... C.-r.wea ......._ r.bew.rp e.ta, l.oa.tJrRy below the opening and the W.B. KNOWLES. A. B LOO NT, *".c. BRENT. .,."""". '" ,f '.g.
L ''rr postmaster to mark. his paper wrbten WM- ,Iu.el, latent will be Paid on TI_ Deposits. ond sunset follows and night i I W. K. DYER D.G. BRENT J.-S. LEONARD. ,.-r. .*'**.-..,-''r''J'-.l. "j jI

r "Nfu d..:'."..." .. ,a : W, H.'' IWIII.TOIS. Cashier..'..comes:. to stay.." I, New U UM time te..bserib.. fur the Bxaacm. yonr' b_paper. :;r' ': :>'.. .'



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i Livery, Feed GSa er i'ollt Ofllce Directory. _

r Offi lee hours 7:30a, m. to 7:30 p. m.; g.
iwTA. :-. 'ap'> SundatmKastbooikd
I ( mall) closes at 10:30: a.m
VV t-bounrllllaU closes at 6:.(p.m.
i ;, OHJPL.B.Y. FLV=\. Mall from Vernon arrive at lu a m.. '
I I and leave at 12 ro..daily. axe otSundnysMull : .
from Orange 1111 Kaylwadand St.
f't s-
t Good Teams and Drivers Can Be 4 Andrews....m. daily, arrives except ate Sunday.Sunday p.m.,.and leaves at

r Had At Any Time. -, hours: 9:00.. w. to 11:30( a. m..
and from r:.*u> p.m. to 7SO p.m.
/F Prumm< --- -' qftlce Is open! except Sunday..
J. S. ALLEY, p. M.


BANNER -Seml-weekly Atlanta }
uetLEIA.NC:: : : : rJ5-v.r 012I7.L2S6y .. Journal, per year....5. >
No; I.:: No. :!.
Ns. s. No L
It.vxNKR and Thrice -work New York
UJ5u'n : >
l1pm L\.l ensae< la..Ar 5:0Uam (
t .2t:8pm: : 1O8&m ......I'loIUOIltl..r.r! ( 3:3.\.m :3IPIII World per yrar. f I.O&. Tlmes-lTn- 1 1t
ItAMNRR and Semi-weekly
.;2S: p m a.... .. .3t1bile. ...... U:3U 11:2& 111. .
p on. and : 91.00.
8ZS 111 III ....New Citizen, lr year
r p ;3Oip Or".n"... 8:011 It m 9:3 ID
"'. 1'A.xtra-Baod Homo and Farm, per yearf1.21
27033: ?: .,
Na 2 No. No. t. No. I. -
k c 11:0 p m 1:1:35: p m Lv....Pemsacola..Atmoo p III 5oo a m'
-6:1Saos 53Jpm Ar..Montgomery.Ly( ItiSam .9:" p D1 AOMITTKD HIS YKAUNINd.
11:5r. m U:13" lit ..... lrmlngbam ..... 8:13 a m t:03 Pili CUreS
S:3fJ $ :2.. ... ."Do tot not at times bare soulful
a m : ( ()ulllv1Il.. ..,... t):13 p m IU a m '
'r '7:30.. III ,11:59. m ..... .Clllchuu.ll. ..... 11:1) pill 11: IS pm vearalnRs w hlvh you long to express in
r 7:2Oam .' : 1Jjpm .! .. .St._ Luu. ..... Upm 8\pm wards but cannot?" asked the fair maid

.. l' IIcollt. uud "i"er .JlIllctlnl who had a taaolnft toward the. sentimental -
No. 2L' No. 3. Name.lof. Sr.&tlons.( N* .!3 .
Dallt ,D..II( ,. I (Nost.otwbcrelsnoUhown) INO.2. Daily "Yes. I was up against something like AiJ Kidney( and .

U1i11n'Co" l1.'Ly.. POldllnI.: .. Ar. u50pm 630ps1 that one,0 admitted the youth with thenoisy .

ItO"1113 716'-713 00. Il C.JIIC'mla IIfn": .. GUll".. tie. ". wanted to telegrauh home

1< 1937 .... 71l 00 E Yulestra,'Jmbla 1037 1031 ". 'I 601 557 .- for Money and didn't have the, :-rlft <'t a
1953 .. 12. SLuIaI. .. .. '
1033 54S: Marconi. Bladder .
'1Sr.J": 7S" harp 103" 'I 5.0" -- U re.
.' 1950( 00 111. u. O ll (.ity 1015 521' .. '- '
: UM'o .73.: + Nlt4ln 1010'. 1 620"t ,_ \VnA'I JJEXT? .
t 1'j; l3)a: t m Go MI ,
pelage 455l53 & .
.. A hisfirst
4 ; .8U'"- 1Ilu .. .. young doctor had mxiiB patients
( 931! .35
i '''. 1III": 1130". M lItgan 9) ., 411 .. an 'uncommonly dirty Infant
; .-,. 233 ".. '8U .. Crestl/I'" VIJ" too".. brought to-his consultu! rooms In the
.. 3(1' 8 58 c' Doer f
J Land
It 55" 3 3.
of mother whose face showed the
.. arm a
','S3"u '
DIG" l"lose, head I 840 u .. 316.
.1f.\ 01.' 03: .' DIt MIIII$ (!4arings I 1813 "" 243: same lack of acquaintanceship with soaps Cure will of
r ,.f. Ii .. 9 H" r. \Nvl. i 744 .. I 1231 Looking down upon the child for a moment Foley's Kidney positively cure. any case
... .- ;. '44U. I!' 957 Ponce de .. ..
Leon3( ] 730 "
11' .. .. ha said solemnly: !( seems to bft
,, ,. .;. "' 5 S09 00"",.0.( iOIG 1015 '-.. W8A\vlll"Cry tile "717I 13 .. ; an!!1 .. suffering from hydropathic hydiopho Kidney or Bladde;: disease that is not beyond the.

,' I':. u% bla." !
1030. Uunlfay I it 55" lrl11" s
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- r IIJ 00 10. .. Cblple. 637 :. ., 17IpL o'nI.. "Oh, doctor It so bad U that?' cried

63p 700 .n.. 11107' 1123 COltolJd..re Marisnns I 618 GOO '...s 1Jd nn .. the mother. "Thai's an awful sicknessfor reach of medicine. No medicine'an do more.

j 730 .. 1143 .. Cypress 5SA .. .! 1114sain such mlta. Whatever shall I do for
.. 1153 u Grant ., the! child?"
740 Itl4lte II 53' iti1122
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"- 73tt 1203 Snenda. Sgt .,IOM "Wash Its (ace. madame," replied the
t. 815 .. I 112 l5 n'e ,Ar &I"or Junction10... ,10 EO a m ** If notice irregularities commence takingFoley's
t" _- -- doctor" the disease- will u uo off. .. with... the. you any ,
-- --- --- -- dirt.

.. TheTI.. tFox.The .. I "%Vash Its face! Wash IH facet, Indood?' Kidney Cure .at once and avoid a fatal malady.
exclaimed the losing her temper.
Lion, the Ass and the Fox: went woman, -
"What I'd like to know?"
hunting together; and It was agreed'
BLACK -- that whatever was taken should be f "Wa h your own, madam," was." the

slinrM; between them. They cnnijkt a curt rejoinder,-Tlt-HiU. A ........r.t Cured After'Having Clveii Up Hop.. A VtUran of tile Civil War Cared After Tom Y.a_

lure fat Stag, which the Lion ordered Foley & Co., Chicago. of 6afforlag.GentlemenI .

D"RAUGmiT the Aim to divide. The Ann took a deal ROLLED THE OCEAN. was afflicted with Kidney and R. A. Cray J.P..Of Oakvllle InJ., writes:-

rit puln: : to divide the Stag Into three A gentl..raaik a short time afro was'a Bladder trouble for( six: years and had tried numerous "Most of the time for ten years I was confined to my

ph, -cer. which should be aa u!urly equal passengeroohoard a steamship ,plying preparations-without getting any relief and had given bed with some disease of the kidneys It was so

and ns po:'3ible: The Lion enraged with between the fashionable-watering placesof :: up hope of ever being cured when FOLEY'S KIDNEY severe I could not move psrt of.the time. I consulted

him for what: he comMercd! a want of Blackpool and Southport. Pwllna I I CURE was recommended to me. After.using one the best medic skill available but got no relief untilFOLEY'S

proper respect to his qnnlity.! : flew upon) rather lonely, and wishing to' engage: In.. bottle I could feel> the effect of It, and after taking KIDNEY CURB recommended "
POULTRY'MEDICINE him anti tore him to pieces.!'! lie then conversation with some one,ho '' sh fifty-cent bottles, I :was cured ,of Kidney and was to me."
called ou the Pox to divide. The Fox. ed one of the sailors and said to apPfoach'I''I' Bladder trouble and have hot felt so welt for the past I amp'atefulto be able to say that it entirely cured me.

nlbb'ilnx; tiff n small portion cpr hlin- '"We have. very smooth sea \ twenty years and I owe it to fOLEY'S KIDNEY

self left the rest" for the! Lion's share. Ing-It I h.. like a sheet of triads. Xou don't I CURE. .James Smith Bentons Ferry \7. Va. Refuse Substitutes
Tlie- Ltou. highly pleased with this "
&I"'asftavo It like this?
mark: of respect" asked' tbe Fox where I.
and miry have few "Nn sir, was! the answer "but :yon I
Stock j be hnd learned. such politeness and ail how knowed Two Slz 50 Cents and $1.00
trouble which are not bowel( aud "To tell the truth. sees they as you were I s.] :
good breeding.
liver irregularities. lack- coming today, so the authorities at
Draught Stock and Poultry Medi sire," replied" the (<'01. "I 1 was taught It Itlacb pool telephoned to the corporationat 1

... cine IS a bowel and I liver remedy by the A-s that lies dead there..Eaop ."- Southport: and they at once ordered SOLD AND RECMflENDED( \ DY ,I. ,
for stock It pnt the organ of out the steam roller and rolled the sea
digestion In a pcrtrct. condition. I 8. 11:. McOK.UHY BllU' nlIt\ 4l K Veronii. Flu.
breeders I down for the occasion. That U iw It U Chlt>ley, I
Prominent Amci can and. A Peitoal Sn rvd Fir
farmers keep their Ijards and flocks In the peninsula of Alieheron. formerly so smooth." -. -
The gentleman' retired to the end of( .......'. .' ,, .,.....
healthy M aN-inn: them an occa- I belonging to Persia but now apart .oa 'tloi "or. tttr Wn pimnptlf obtain u. 8. ant Foreign"
signal illJOl8 ciBI-u*.Draught Stock of UUR ln. there Is perpetual or. the vessel and It was some time before i Tbo membrane lining tlio! canal of the 1 Dp I

and Poultry Medicine in their rather what the natives
I food. Any stet:< raiser mav buy snored: fire which U. known to have glands which secrete a waxy: substance I You ks.ulaa.t
I 25: dealer been burning continually more
medicine from his
of U>U of tills lt< to the entrance I .
i I and keep his stock: in vigorous 2.00O years. It rises from an Irregular liar a Id wee a dear little fellow only 1 purpose Insects and the I Take ....."ou. or p1vd0o1/artettontar/
of 19 keep ear
I health for _.b. Dealers peneirMf orifice of about twelve feet In depth three years old. Ills parents bad gone : f roe report'.n *tentattillty. }cr frc. book
, Stock and clean as the layer of \\-nx dries lu UOW..a.cUN. writ
keep Brack.Draught and 120 feet square. The flames which to a new country In the tar West. It was RJOE IIIARKS
If does scales.., which rapidly. fall tbus
Poultry yours 'rise of from
are constant to a bright very different from the city which they
nd 25 cents for a sample t removing; 'with them aiiy particle 'ot THE BANNER ?
not *t>
'" six: to eight feet unaccompanied by
manufacturers. The had left, with alt the muter friends, relatives >
can t-y the dust or other fon'ljm mnttcrs which
Mwlicine Co.. Chattanooga smoke or disagreeable smell waving aud, nearest of all adear old grand riiiriOppoalte
have fount the
entrance to ear.
wind like may
with the
Tenn. 1 ISooaav back and .forth a ma. If not
Held of golden grain.TaUlnsr .. Mamma had so much to attend. to 1 In ,
Where Pa Come lu. U. S. Patent Office
.a.0...., 3ta.m.,-. I Tb'.... the new home that she had little time "What La your utu'uuuied, the baby. Why not? WASHINGTON D: C.
Stock and Poultry for the children, exocptlug Wkeep then "
B1tIn".D..Ia asked tl little ,
"1 always take things us they come.! May? u nflplilior of ;
Kteaioin tJ.. l> tIer3rtried.' Our clean and give them their meals Lonesome .
In i'.i: ". ',
looklnc bad whoa. yon set aid the pickpocket as he dexterously gIrl plnylnjt tlioyari !It. : We will send THK IIA.NNK11 post (pal BO YEARS
took wu Indeed they were, as mother( discovered
BM tbs ......iei_ and now tb.y an ,. relieved the maD. ahead of.Jilin of a i "Henry; Arthur Ala! ..ju Judklms"saki to any address, fur SI per year; Oo. for six EXPERIENCE ..
nttinf a BJeTh: y an looking- watch and purse. one day, lu a manner thai brought the tot i prdhdlJ.i months; 25o, for three months.

Mr.....t...better. "And I take men as I find them,"- tear to her eyes. \VTiy. I thought you were going to
a. p.BBOOKtHOTOlT. : ndded the policeman clutching him. llaraid had been very qulot and busy name him-after your father?" Or-

: the Du- for some time digging a hole In the "Well so,we dirt-JudUlns.l wee the
01'11l1by .arm.
gently ; We will send THH BANNER and theN !
the, gronnd. He had been so earanst. convincing rt'ply.-New York Times.
Cure-:, bague Telegrapu-llemld.. about It'that when It was completed the w YrolCTbrloo-a-Week. World. one yesttorl.tl5. .,I Ii

,Pole 's; Kidney i OURIOJIT-'PFIEA. went to examine the -pot. There' she Cupid' Affliction.... I i II i I T..DE MAltaa

makes kidneys end bladder rtght. discovered thai jio had hurried. a picture Wife (standing with her husband before OtSIONSCoevnlosre

I "Colon;," the long nosed man remarked of his. dilar grandma. shop window)-Here are no many OrWe Anrnn.milling aiikclnbqnliiklr ."<1 ".... .t.c.:'sy.
,. "they say you're party rich. Would "Wbv Harold! exclaimed, "what; things that would give pleasure to your will( send TNIII BAKKRU stud the Nin'iirr-nlii our oiilnlim two wtuetler anItivtmtiiin .
you mind tellla' me how you made your are vou doing with this?" wife IIn< "I said tb" little with her but. matter bow beautiful free fur wuntirliitf imtmtln.FiitonM .
thought no
money? man. ; mAny Or \t.Yen'throurh: '' ::: Muiin Co. rwinlr
"Not at all," replied the affable stranger tears of lonesomeness streaming dc..n things!: -there" nra, you mrem qulti! ? Indifferent ...... outtto/. without..lmr.<, lu tb.

Seeds who was visiting friends. In the village. hU cheeks. "It I planted It maybe I no though;: you .iw nothing. It rOil w.nt ill three "apera -TH. Scientific ,1rerkan. 0

the Kind i "I made. It by dealing In green could grow another grandma[ Ilusbnud sure proof of my affection fl4NNxa'l'be.Naw: York World TheAt !Illwiilrntwl woeltlT. I u..r Mr-.
that Leads Irood" for you. for love 1 I. bllud. lanta .lIro..I-W will make the extremely rnlntlnii huniliioniBly<>< nr snWuUde Inuriml.' '!'".III', '.fl: a
0 low price of only *2.3for the three pa- mnntln,St BulUbirall newg.teKlorn.'
t Scott! .
Great gasped
eat taws.'yea more "Ureengoods? SUGGESTIONS TO THE VISITOR.Dtf .
.nW by.n de.k.Auaa1. the other. "' uylnlr fem or elll.i 19e1.eJ,+atvld rr.. w.u Selling them." said the stranger. 'Let not outstay four welcome, even If. Thebes Kgypt.: at the present time Today Is, the seeeptablo lime to subscribe Mr.not u''"_pn r Bt.wa.hluatun.IAOFt_. U. "

me tell you confidentially, no man'. fiver you are urged to remain longer.! It Is presents ruins twenty-seven! miles In -
D.D rfiaiteba' got itch buying them." tar better to stay not long enough than circumference. The remain of many Till! BANNER. TB2EIf G Rf]

"Get 1 never heard of the like! You too lone flo when'you decide to go. of InilKIIngs. such naolnnins, arch .

own right: no to It.do you?" .; Conform literally to the household ea. rtp.'tiro of *ucu jflunntlc size that I Chi I$J'. Via. ES:
"Certainly. What's the use of trying, rules -and arrangements. Ride when n:) known uKifV'rn machinery would be -

to hide It? "You'd find It out sooner or other rise, and never keep your bootees equal to- the task! of taking them down. Foley s Honey and Tar

later anyway; Homebody: would,b* IWoet.o waiting at meals. to> say nothiux: nf putting/ them In their chlldren.safe.svre. No osfatea.Tlircoa -
Take-with all essential-articles of 1 r"tG r
tell "ou.9'* you present positions .
BANNER SAVE "Where old you operate la New toilet. allow bleasure! In the entertainments :.; .
the moat hoaling salve In the world. ork?** arranged for you and enter entlm- Week Edition, 1 -::: y h' .au'" ...." '
----. "No. flown In GeorgiaI've -got\ a elastically Into all plans suggested. %" .? ,.rt-
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atermelon farm down there, sir." O..lp. TUB- ":7.ffJi, .: 7
d D FORR&STER nosed man IIrUPf'd' ones or Da not be hard'to entertain. 'Make It coirtlirncton Is
,'A The long "Casey tbe glttln on "YOR !
' t Justi -/-tlle-Peace. twice again but said nothing. further-, a pleasure for your hostess to have. you very peaceable WId, his wife thesedays. NFW WOULD ..) arnwinglargereyeryday. VOl'H:
Chicago Tribune. with her and a regret to say good by, ." remarked .(rr. Rafferty. -AND TIIKCiilplov ;I NAME: should be oil the ]list.
Land and all acknowledgetnenta -* eI.
eoav Tanee Draw upon your own resource and as- "Peflceftble." answered: Mr. Dolan. "I ., 'S4rl. cuncsWhites.
; k specialty.{ Courts. Thnrsdav atter A JIATURALNatnrally )lI JTAIZE.r _ilst l with suggestions when 'plans for entertainment should ay so. They're Of) peaceable Banner I t u1 Painful,
: th Ird Mondar In ea/h month. tt.IVlarlanna U 'Profuss and
discussed FORi.5
are letting your Irretjulap -
ain't sociable. Washington
they even : -
were'greatly embarrassed. e .
enough we L"t
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good Judgment control you In the natureof
w. :ii. l\IILrpN but the'mistake. wa a natural suggestions. Star. $ (; PER VEAK : 6SRSTLF'1! Ovarian Troubl.s.FEUU ,

one, Noting that the youth was earnestly Your evident, pleasure everything Is 1 Conitr MI....... I rJS.ictS: Fclllno of the Womb

Florida. studying a medical book we remarked all the compensation your hostess desires Wltherby, mad! the mistake .of Tbe Twico-ft-week World has now become and all other disturbances to which

IniuraneA.Ii Ira the very bust eomfanles. : so do not be spalrlnn In expression my life this -morning. I told my wifeI the Thrtre.a-week World lx>ing Unui-d IIV females are subject, especially those .
"' Real estate bought and sold twotof terms "That's' right, my son; the professionof didn't her .Jlondnv.] Wednesday and Friday. obstinate cases which for years have
offered ,tlprllo It want losornc of appreciation. like new gown. \liberal offer made to tbe r
" to you of the greatest for that The most ever resisted all other treatment. .
placed or want to boy -or sell real medicine U one Da not argue: debatable subject suchas Planklngton-TV'tat, was she angry? pnblle. Tbe Thrlc -..-weck' World larger
V estate,call on or write which tends to alleviate( the Ills of mankind religion polities, metaphysics, etc. "Wltuerby-Oh. no; It wasn't that than any weekly or oml.wookl- newspaper AN OLD eunotiio CASE.
W. II. MiLTON noble. I wish for eighteen For flv Y'rl<: 1 inflrred from white
certainly you pages
In Bat she wants another. imbllshed. ,
Marlanna. FU. Do not try to dominate, Adapt your week and the and womb trouble tliruo .lOiynleinna (,iHLusjo -
great success as a. physician. eight columns every relieve nu1 then bi-jmn )
s \ takhiljnnd
the >lf.-American Queen. fibipley; 1UNMCB for Hnf'Dollar and 6lxtyn G. P.anlniyudnitl.lleon' !!
-- -- ------- -- ---- "Physician, nothing ejaculated r o..t IDapeelatteaa.CarolineDoes tap UY"
exercise as well as aschoolboy. .. ..e cents a year. The World combines all ; t nm (' ( t.t.
;i A man needs youth. -[.w sitting ready for me com Winifred expect many the freshness and crispness of II dally wltb : I.leaaiiro in rIlCOJJ1l"I\I". :\ Ut'>tinncriuawomun.
bpi take jt moderately. mission In tift army. Some people upend so much time ak- wedding presents? the Instructive and si. eeUl features of a [ A. Kt.fJd.i
Borne of the gnarled nod knotted frames Ing God for what, tbey; want that they weekly. Ii rU>ur.vijioK,, .
"Yet, despite recent events, we still I Margaret='Oh. yes; bat she baa no w'Yh1.th. Itt'f' Hwiitii
a of-early age are the-rheumatic bodies mistake natural have no time to ,thank Him for glrlng abe Address for further Information Ch.h.C.hnll..a. <-.:... T wti"..c.... C11ut1."ISTc
Insist that our wu a I Idea. sbe will receive as many a* ThoCIIIPLKYCblplev ANNILR, .._ ." ,. .."rn..d.IN 6EL11....F.P. ',
of: -o rworkedacroba-8choolmu on-- ,;r- -. r .- them what they ueed. i expects.-Kansas City .Journal. fe'la l
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with its to close out each seasons goods and carry fresh goods only. This ,summer. we .taught most to many Dress

Its always: "b@n a rule: ,. Goods.. How the Knife goes into the prices, and deep enough fa move, what is left: ffw .deed (kee pricei stride you...

I The S5c values for 19 cent The 20c values for 15 cents. The" 12Yc values for 9 cents, ladies 'undervests, 4c to 35c each. Mens underwear good value at $130 suits now fl. Another line goes el. 50c a suit.

e&F"lYe have thrown out on our remnant counter some of the seasons fast sellers at a Sacrifice prce. You: will have to see thesf to appreciate what they are. && I

;i: Our Mr. Campbell goes this week and will,visit the lest markets in the country and while away udllouy the largest, ever shipped Into Campbe1I&'But1er. L

Washington county. Wt want your ovsiness and will male it to your interest to trade with.CUarcU .

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Yes sir. want all your cow bides; I To our friends and customers wo'arlt\ 1 Honey saved by you. means to. you.liocooseand f Remember and ask for vour cash conDOR'S lu the, town talk those low price at '
'1. H.qa6r: lll1l -Z- !: we Farrior '
r. # they are worth 100 pr ]pound at Wells In arrears with ua, for subscription we Farrlor Brno. Is the only ') when yon get thrnngb trading ,at Bros.

Directory Bros. store cash or trade. placo In town that you can save moneyon I'I )Farrlor Bros., for they are each worth i ,_ n_ __. _ ___
; would mildly remind that Oct. let lit 1 also numbered I I
yon every thing you buy. &c, epcli find each one 'la ,

.t, 1st M.and E. 3rd Church Nnnday, !South.:' -at 11-a.Preaching m. and 8 every p. m. Mr*. A. K. Wells was quite\ sick for a here; this I Is!! time of year that all accountsare .. --- I. and yon may be the lucky one mid get IMmoIirtloii NeUee.Notfoe '
> few day, but we are glad to note tbat GAY LOCALS. tbat *3 worth to be given: away Dec. 1st. Is Imreby vlvm that the firm of RUM *.
if: G. N. Wlnnlett, } a"tor. she Improving now. duo und payable; you are harvesting I :;: '\\4-" Russ (U. O. Raw and. Q. K. Rom. ) uf Vernon Fla. '
.' \. Sabbath: hchooH 10 a. m R. 1. Miller, crops, paying' your little bills re- Mr. W. J. Colt, of Anderson, spent Sen. has thta day been dissolved by mutual consent,
'. Superintendent. Saddles, bridles whips)!!, spurs trra..tstrBps -i day with friends here. I ron nALE.I It.8. Russ purchasing mr Interest. The new
l' Prayer Mrottag Thursday nights. stirrup-leathers, nitprgy and wagon member; we have waited as patientlyas I I The Crafflpton Propert-80 acne of land-sitatixl Onus assumes all liabilities and will collect all outstanding .-
Mr. K. \V. Anderson visitor '
Gay was an .
'. Young Man's meeting Tuesday milS....att..1 Chiptey. tied afl oflurs accounts.Thla
,. nights. Evorybodycordltiily prayer lnvlt ed. lines, collars pads, at Cook's.Mn. your groc >r. d. cior or lawyer; we need Sunday. I I to""e Miniiia. A. CKAMFTON. FuR dn X ac Win.fAnr September lat, 1
little ; to rnable to help trespamhiir cutting of tlmbvron Uibland J.O. RDM. ,.,
-- John Glen returned borne Friday these amounts ua Dr. Mitchell called on Dr. Booth Monday or ; i'
will be dealt withIn the fullest extent of law.K .
4. Baptist Chlll'ch-Prno.hlnlf every 2nd from 'l'eIIDPllAAf'Vhl'r!) she haq! spent' yon :lln. Come sea ng. of this week. NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
and 4th Sunday. S. li. Rogers, ---
pastor.Habbatb with
the summer parents. weather
School 8 p, m. J. t). Forrest > Wn are enjoying most /glorious .Ue. Application rev Taut .).- Department the Interior t .
In lawns NOTICE."l'he for the past week and our farmer friends Land Office at Gainesville Fla. Efef*. 6. 1103.1 3 f
SepnrtntinenLPrayer Wn have a few special drives have about completed their forage bar- f Notion hereby, ,,,,, that G. B. Thompnon, Notice hereby given that thafnlhiwlnKnamedsettler
of clothing l l to 'Inform the
Meeting Wednesday nlgbts.Town all kind ,
hats, shirt punt and postmaster vesting. purcham-rnf Tax Certificates N.... 137. ISi 11>1I. has filed notice of his. Intention to make
pants especial -\>oll Bros. public that > h" b"X rent must bn paid by 197.207. dated the let day of July, A. D. 1901.has Commntation proof hi sap port of his dalm. and
D: i8 ; 8 8 : 8 ; f Oct. JO.h. After that date the boxes:: can If there exists 'in-the mind of anyone al i filed said certificates In my office and has made that saM proof will he made before Clerk Circuit
Mr. and Mrs. James Harper are the not be a&lgnmt l to the lIAR of the bolder doubt as to the fertility of the sol>, or the'> application for tax deed to Mwoe. in accordance, Court at V........... Fla.. on October 17th 1403 vie
Mothser until the rent has been paid. agricultural: possibility,* of this fplI!K>n. with law. Said certificates,embraces" the follow* David H.Standley: ( W.u...... Fla.. Hd. 3154X for
Topics. ,I I proud parents of a 10>f pound,Ctrl. Jty order post office department. let him visit Dr. -tooth' forage fields. hia described. property situated hi Wabhmirtoncounty. the ne,", .,1 f nwM of Hnc. :26. Tp.3 N. K. 14 ....L
Florida, towit: Bias. 13 and 14. salt I of He names.the ,
doing nicely.Don't. to prova his
and danghter are JOHN S. ALLEY P. M The.Doctor has been here but two years,
iIHIII.I3! the ", ". s.....!", Tp. 9., R. 14 w: IoU 1 to 4. toll AnX contlniums. rFBidence upon and cultivation of said ..
: cotton seed U vet he can and Is demonstrating" to of lots 14 A 15. bllf. 15 aeX. &.Co 8. Tp. 4 S., R. land vta T. J. WUonz." Duncajs Blnev WUI'T.y. '-
N' *w.y: Farnarsptis; Gathered Together forget we want your NUTICK. public, by actual experience. the fact 14 wt lots 1 to 4. & IS. blk. II .". Sec. 3*. Tp. }S., ...... John Tiller. all ol Wau....... Fla.Edrie. .
for ....." Header long ,)r short; we will pay yon more for tbat this locality poshes agricultural* features R 15 wt lots 8 A IJ blk. 3. a..". Sec.1. Tp. 4 S. K, W. isobisa. Re..Iater.
them than anybody elso.-w ells Bros All I) person hold lug we rran t Issued and and posslblllUPS little thought of 15 WI lot 1O and 6 feet off w. aide lot 9. Mk. 1. ...J', ,ald. \ '
B g : 8 [ ';'"1'1II : g ; a : g : g g J registered prior to. date hereafter mentioned heretofore. He baa. Just hnlsbed cutting &c.1Tp.48.R.Ltw.; : -.
Pleas. BORN:-On Wednesday evening to Mr.and nialnst the funds nnmpd as follows his cow pen and velvet bean forage and The said land being assessed at the dated the NOTICE' FOE PUBLICATION. *

Mrs. W. M. Keith a 10 lb. girl; the : Finn! A Forfelturp! Way lt A. D. the yield of both surpassed his greatest foraanco. Unknown.such cortificatrA K W. Bldcr.In the Loan name Asim.of. Unknonn. Unknown Departesnmtetbe Interior. I .-

Picas. host. wishes. 1\03\' : (ioni>r l Revenue. April let, 1903; expectation. Die cassava is looking well, Unknown. Unless said certificates BhaJt Land Office, at Gainesville. FIs. f-krpt. & 1903.' f
I fond parentshave our Rrfdgn &' Building, July 1st. 1003; Uiilld- considering the drouth of the summer! be redeemed according to law, tax deed will bonethpreon Notlce' 4 hereby given that the Mlowmirnamedsvttler
Pleas. and I lug Sept. let, 1003. ore hereby notllled Ills millet crop wa ionmenso. Ills sweet nn the 3rd day of Oct. A. D. 1903. has Bind coSineS his tntenttarc: to make v..",
machines our prices
Our sewing thorn I N fund In the treasury to pay potatoes are looking woll. and be In now II Witness iny official signature and aval this the final proof In sorport of his claim and that said
ft.'A. Cook keeps things; to cook will suit you. We have a great varietyof SIUOot when presented, and no Interest mrbund for raue and crimson :27th day of August, A. D. J' >3.Sent. proof will be mule before Clerk Circuit Court at .
styles.-Brooks &: Uodwtrt Vernon. > preparing I ( .) W. C. LOCKHV. Vernon, Fla. on October 17th. 1W3. viz William -
!Saturday Is the last day.-Pleas. will bn paid on any of said warrents afterd clover for winter feed for stock. Clerk Circuit Court.Washlnirton Co. Florida. Hambrlck nf Vermin. to,... Hd.3U16X; lur the ae."
Dr. Clarence E. Hutchison, of Pcnsa- : etc! of thliiotice.Vernon The good people of Gay have been' of Sec. ]H. Tp 2 N'. R. 14 west.He .
17th. A. t> 1003.Respectfully. .
thvfollowinir witnesses his
I"ia. Sept. names prove ,
Get your crockery from Wells Bros." cola is here spending some days the feasting upon bear roasts !steaku stews NOTICE FOR PTJBLIQATION, continuous reshtence upon and cultivation of said

Li. II. llOWEI.L.Treafinrer'Washlngton broils etc.. for the past few days. the Department of the Interior I land viz: Alex Putter nenrwe Gainer Henry .
Cotton seed.hulls and meal at Cook's. guest of.b.18.friend, Dr. J. Brown FarrIor. Co.NIXON tenderness ana Juiciness of which the Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. > Davia, Joseph Kocfae. all or-Virnon. Fla. .
writer can vouch for. Mr. Brnln was Sept 21. 1903. I W.G. Robinson. Heai ter.
Try a Questa-Rny cigar .at Farrlor! Mr. T.: W. Oberlln, of Padnca. Ky., wasa p .1 slain' about; two miles from Vlckers' and Notion Is hernby irlven that thefolliiwhia-namnd EeL fee paid. ,

Eros. visitor' In Chipley Monday iind was also '- NEWS. McKenzta's turpentine works. near Anderson settler" has. filed notice bis. intention to-make .
final proof In support of bin claim and that said NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
\V. II. :Murray of !South:' Florida spent a pleisant caller at the BAMNPH office. Mrs. J. V. McClellan and family of : 'last Thursday, and thereby hangs proof will he made before Clerk Circuit Court at
a tale; which came near resulting seilously. I Vernon. Fla.. oa Oct. :2o. 14O3. vizv William D. Department fit the Interior f ,
Tuesday In town, If you have lost thnkny to success. Far-J; Mlllvllle. lire visiting' relatives here for a probably fatally for our respectedfrlenJ Hewettof Bontfar. Fla., Hd. 313K lor t he seX ofSec Land Office at Gainesville_ Supt. 5, l',.>3. f '.'
rlor Bros. have-It-give them yohr trade' few days. They will return home Friday !- Leslie (uav. A bear had been been 26. Tp.4 N.. R. 15 W. Notice. hi hereby given that the followlmrnamedsettlur .
Star Brand shoes are loaders at Wells In that vicinity dlft'ereDtimes by vanparties I He nsmos too following wttnesHes to prove his has filed notiue of his intention to maIne '
Bros. and they will convince* you that -they on the Str.: Aid. and continuous residence upon and cultivation.. said Sod proof in support of his dams and that saM
bad slain
also stock been
have it. proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at
land via J. W. 1 aten. W. J. Levin.. Warren
another Mr. Singleton/:, returned Wednesdayfrom eaten therefore a hunting party consistIng Watson. Ben) Pipkin all of BonHay. Fla. Vernon. Fla. on October 17th. MO3. vte Waiter. .
J. M llarper'llt adding
: story Incites yon will certainly miss a treatIf Chtpley where he purchased a of I... C. Jay Jack Kcurlock. R. L. i W. s;. Koniiunn. I W. Kvans of Millers Ferry Fla.. Rd. 2851. for
: to his store building. you fall to attend the millinery oppn- machine. lie Is going to "make McKenrle' and Mr. Mason was organized Ed.foe pakl. Reg-Inter. : the 1..01 nel-4, ul-Zof pelt and,nel-4 ol swl-4 ofbee.
mowing I 34. Tp. 3 N.. R. 16 west.'
Ing of the Misses Richardson. Friday and and they succeeded In locating! the '
Read what Callaway & Co have to hay whiln the sun shines." I He names the loUowmv: witnesses to prove hlcontuiiHnis
say dente extensive
Saturday bear In a and( swa.oparmut I
.. __ NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. I RHidencB. uuon_and Cultlvatlua of said.
about 13. Revs. n. S. Howard and 8, L. Louder- oarx; oeiieviDK it wise 10 wait Until land vac .I. w. jfunce 'S. u. Hur..... John W. '
Miss' Maggie Donald, of Quitmns 11 iss.! here this toward morning, the party dispersed. Department of the Interior. ) Carlisle. J. D. Haley, all of Clarkson.. _
milk holding meeting
Mrs Mullen of Marlanna, visited are a Land Olll..t Gainesville, Fla.. Sept.& 1903. f
com4 In last week and will spend a while. About 4 o'clock.. $ the next morning the Is W. 5;. Robinson. Register. ,
Notice hereby given that the nillowinivnainedsettler
week. Thri' ms already elght candldati Ed. !tee paid.NOTICE.
friends here Friday blduDus: and agonizing squealof a huge ,
has Bled notice hill Intention to make -
She Is the guest of Mr. and, Mrs..L.. %Vise;" ..- fur >.iiit.tn.| There will bo baptizing hog determined those In hearing distance final proof In support. of his dalm. and that said

How about a trunk? FarrIor Bros. logel. Friday! evening. In what direction to look for the bear. t proof will be made before Clerk; Circuit Court atVernon. : FOR, PUBLICATION. _
have them. !\II'." Gay and Jack Scurlork hastened to Ks.,on October 17th. 1QOX vbc Sandenavia Department the 1Dterl<".. f h. "
When you want a shoe go look tU Far- DIED.-On Monday at 3 p. m., at Ms the spot and found the beast fenstlJig upon L. A B.-xtoo. Fla, Hd. 2X22nwX for the nH of Land Office at Gainesvilln Fla.. wpt. i. Was. t

McK.: Campbell of Vernon, spent a few nor Bros line; their line is by no means mothers home Thomas EUlf Hlmraona the still alive porker; Leslie wa In Sec. 10..Tn.... 2 N.. R, 13 west.Ho Notion to hereby glens that the followtniMianied .,;
to the beyond his death names following witnesses to prove him tattler ban Sisal notice of his intention maka "
passed! great ; to
the largest town bat. we can safely advance and when about fifteen paces oil .
hours In town Tuesday. continuous rwidfnce npon and cultivation of aalollaod."tr.
>d him final pmnf lit support of his dabs, ned that: saidpmof -
was by a tree falling on onKept.
shot in
of his
thn contents
say tho besu. emptied ; gun Sohn 8u.tt, G. W. SnweU. C. P. PUb-t
will be made before Wefrk Cnunty *
Just anything In ilfl line of notions at 15, near Nixon's log camp ten miles Mr Brnln. but Instead of the beast ue-. J. 1"'. Wachob oil of Sfexton Fla. Judw at Vrrraon Pla. .Jctr Mtft." 19na,,be ,
Farrior Bros. Cook has a stock. of fresh groceries! that from hern. Eugene was brought home com mod all ng I y tipping over bo turned W. G. Robinson. Register.. > Ass W. Swisddl of Duncan. 31*., Hit. <279KI. for V?
will make any one hungry to look at.; Immediately after the accident. occurred about and faced his. antagonist, who con Ed. fee paid. J l llr-n eJC of swK! _See.36. Tp. 4 N.. R. 14_ .
Mr. Jeff Anderson. of Bonlfayi: spent They are cheap. plentiful and moro arriving and all wait done for him that human tinned to shoot with no effect; when the lie names the following witnetsms *9 tea,. hb
every day. bands could do but alter 11 days of Intense bear not within ton feel of Mr. Day, his NOTICE FOIl! PUBLICATION. ...continnoim II...."" upon and cultivation uf said
here business.
Monday on suffering/ MoO tmul! returned to God! friend J. \Y. Kcnrlock got lu some work laiAI. viz AivfMe Itancan. Cornell Duncan Mark
Department of the Interior. I Bowen, John Wilson, ail of Duncan. Fla. '
of the town It. 11.! leaves mother two
enjoyeda who
The pooplo !! n ,
Wells Bros pays 30 cents for grown; young gave. and with his Winchester; which laid. the "aol Land Office at Gainesville. Ma. Hept.,, S. 1903. ( W. G. fCubinaua. ftetl"l Wr. "
bens; want 20 doion.; lawn party at the hospitable home of brothers, two sister*, a wife one mal low. Notice Ia hereby given that the folluwinir-naineil Egi.iepald. _
child to monrn his l he 8. lIe was laid to It grief us to think what Mr. Gays ,settler baa filet notice of his hitrntlou" to make .
Mr. W. W. Owens, of VYansaii. trans Mr.and, MrS: A. D. Campbell Tuesday rest In the Nixon cpmetery on Tuesday > fate would have been' but for the timelyaid final proof fat support of his dalm. and that saM --- -- ---- ---- --- --- -'

Sept." 22nd. bill the at proof will be made twfora Clerk CIrcuit Court at
acted business here Saturday. < evening. A precious one from us has gone, i of companion. as swamp of I Vernon, 1'1... on October 17th. 1W3. rim John LUMBER !
tilled with tangle tinder
this ,
plai-a wa* a I c
Scott: <>( Suxton. Fl.., Ud. 28754 for the nH of neM"
A loved
Is still
Well Bros pay the top of the market We have Just opened thn largest; and voice we ; brush vines, briars etc and having and .% of nwM. Sec. :22. Tp. 2 N.. R. 13 west.
for all country produce. \ finest linn of capes!! jrukets, and tine The vacancy within our home no knife with him, he wouid sorely have He names the following witnowM to provo his FJoorlng.Ceilinga ,,v,
,. dress goods ever seen In Vernon,-Brook\ Can never more be tilled. been at the bensVa) mercy. Mr Uay vowsthis contlnuuua rasldencn upon and calUvatkn of aaklland.
Miss Nell, TUomasvllle, Oa., Is visIt & iod\vm, Vernon. A FRIKNP. to be his last rxpeflp-ice of hunting vim. Hamlera L. Da....... G. W. Hnwell.: C. P.bilbert. Ip.Sidlraq. --
-.. S bear with a shot gun. The bear weighed J. F. Wach t>. all of Beaton. Fla.W. >
lug Mr. and Mrs. E. ,M Dekle. Farrlor! Bros. linn of hats are the latest nearly 400 pounds. G. Robln_ Jtcainter.
'In stylo best In quality, cheapest in price BUSH ITEMS. Ed. lee paid. Finishing' and Dimension stuff furnished'
2nolh of nice claim salt for 'l.L'S.- and If It. the stains thing neat and nobby OD Jborl .tlI-.. You can bnlld without
Brooks & Godwin Vernon. yon want, call on them. We are needing a little rain again but CONTEST NOTICE. I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. having to ship your lumber from other

don't think we, need any more storm withIt. Department of the Interior. \ Department of the. Interior. I tI' 'placeiv-RS it Is manufactured right. here ,
Mrs. L. D. Watts, of Enterprise' visiting Bliss Edith Fannln the beautiful and Land Offlco at GalnMTllta. Fla.. Hept. 2. 1903. Land Office at CatnemrUk.% Kla.. Sept. 5 I'XtJ. f at homo and the money yon spend lakept

Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Watts. of Mrs. U. U. FannIe A nuftlclBnt content affidavit having been filed Notice la hereby. given. that the followinc-named '. In circulation here at home. which
charming daughter In this oflloe, by Oscar SlmtnonH.. crmtoatint.avalnut I'settler has filed notice: of his Intention to make add to the business of our city and to the '
attend school We learn that Mr. James Yates, ofMiller Hd. entry Nn. :28603, made Uuc. 10. 189M.lorm',6 final in of bia claim and I ', ,;
Don't forget thoso trunks and Friedman left Saturday to ChIpley. proof support that said |general benefit of our cltl >n.. No build
shoes at Callaway & Co. Calhonn Times. .10., Oa., Is visiting' relatives 'In I tit .ncX and.M W.01.nwi'Jesse. Section C. Smith 3t Town-Con. pibufwill be mad bolure J. It. Writs. County >i you a !geodhousenow1ssnd! !!! be u p with the
ship 3 N. Ranro 15 by Jud..... at Ven",.... Flm.. on Oirtiilier 11th. l'503.inWUIIaInD. _
thin county. t<-..l_ In which It I I. alleged tti.it mid Smith has Grifnn; "Cbipley., ;Fia. Hd.o -2Z41Q., 'for I reese murrn 01 uur city p..ugn. rye
F. L. Franklin, of J Jain bridge: Ua., I Come got what \\cS you want; after wo wholly abandoned said tract of land and been tho ne!" of noM ill !'U:. 14. '1'",. 4 N.. 1<(. 14 wrat.Ho I will furnish you the lumber at market
spent Saturday here on business:' close out. what we have on bund we will We learn that we are to have a sawmill abmuit" thurefrora" for morethan four years _,..tprior namus the tullowiua witnesses to prove hiscmvthiuous price. Come see us.
not. handle more this teason. -Mo > to the date therenl. said. ataerfce not being residence upon and cnltlracloo of said GULF COAST A. NORTHWESTERN '
It Its a nice shirt or tie want tell Ueachy Bottling any Works.Cotton 'In our community: soon; we will be duo to employ mi-nt In the Army>r Nary in time land vlic: J. M. WhI Ii:. JJ. Cb....... J. C. Ford J
you oI..r, naM pnrtiea arahemby notlUed to appear LUMBER A 23AWMLLCtL1m.
W. C. Sharp, allot Chluhv. Fla. .'
Co. glad to see .It at work as It Is very much
us about I It.Callaway & respond and offer evidence touching" aid all""ira- W. G. Koblnsonv Kecister.
I Is coming In; business Is pickingup needed. thin at o'clock a. m.,on Oct. 3Ub VW3. before J. Ed.\eo p.M. R. Pritctiard IVtan. '
Mrs. Uuss McMillan. of Bagdad, tame In more plentiful with the K. Weil.*. County Judimvat Vernon. Fla.. (andthat I
; money Anal .bearing will be held at II o'clock a. m.. .
Luther of '
I We learn tbat Mr. WaIler
in Saturday f) visit friends here. farmers and delinquent subscribers on No.. Ill/, 1"00,. before)5) theRelRter and Ke -
Georgia: has jest arrived and Is preparing cr-lver at the United State Land Office, In tiataea.Tllle. .
Wo want 810 dozen 17c dozen should remember lobo editor.
eggs: ; per Fla...
cash or trade_T. L. Wells & Bro. to takn'ehitrga of the saw mill we Tie .said cnoteHtnnt havlnir. In a proper affldaTit. 8 DEKLE .& 'CO. Bankers
Bn true to your wife and-Joved ones bear much talk of we hope he willS filed Sept. ;X 1fJ J. set forth facts which show
Mr. J. D. Forrester Wednesday. fora and be continually adding to your bank- so ; that after doe dlllm-nce" peramal aerrlca of this ,
account the nl"kloll&od dimes you can OD have It readlfor work. notice cannot be made. It la hereby ordered and
trip through :Southern:: Alabama. save by trading I at Farrlor Bros. directed that such notice.: be given by due and G-UPLEFLf. .
Miss Minnie Yrlvrrton closed her !school! proper publication.
FarrIor Bros. Is the place to go to get; a of West W. G. Robliuinn RedHter.Henrr This bank offer Its iwrvlecs'for the transaction of all branches of legitimate
good smoke; they sell the best cigars.; Mr. Ira A. Hutchison Bay, last Friday, for the purpose of attending S. Chubb, Kuceirer.. 74} banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention and all remitted x '

passed through town Alondav enrouto to school herself. She left for her home for, on day of payment, at current rate of exchange (A I
Mr.\ S. A. Alford severtl. days this .
spent DeLand, where he will ,attend school Saturday morning; her many friends .'NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department .-.. 4,w. saudi vans smlninsi| nv : <-e.- f) ., (1.
week at t:>Savannah (5a, on business. of the Interior. I l .
during the Incoming school year.Don't were to have her 'leave this com '
sorry Land Office atGabiemrtllo. Fla.. Sept. 3s.19OJ. r
Don't fall to see our hats the day theyare Notion .la hereby given that the. lollowin vnamedBottler ;jI
and .
chopper tbao cheap.Callaway & CO. give us out, we are coming-" munIty.We baa tiled notice of his. Intention to make j
are going to get there "Ely. If prices to final) proof In auppnrt of hi"claim and that. said \
Mr. Harry Ilogpboom came 'la Saturday good: !good! and nice attention haYe anything are very sorry note the death of proof will bo made before Cleric Circuit Court at I 1.I
to do with It.-Yours, Cook. Mr. Henry Duncan; he died last Friday Vernon. Fla., on Nov. '1. I'KB. *i...' Jamoa K. ',
from Pensacola to visit' his parents. Cook of Vernon Fla.?Hd. 2IWJO for the mrl-4 of ,- ,.>.
Mr. U. B. Thompson, of Harrison, ;pass- night and his remains were laid In the nwl-4 and ne1....of awl-4 Section U. Tp.3 N., R. I :f.
Furplture! Furniture. FurnitureI! I? Labor 16 W. ,:
Wove got It.-Brooks & Godwin Vernon. ed through town Sunday enroll to home Hard cemetary on Sunday morn He names the Wlowlna"witnesses to prove his '

from a trip to his old home 'In Georgia.He ing.! lIe leaves a wife and four little continuous residence upon and cultivation of said 'J
Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Chandlee returned land via Tom Anderson Ueorire Scott. Jackson I THERE ,
caltdron and host of relatives and MAY BE ;
Rays this Is hIs first visit back thereIn a Tates. Thomas Collins all of Caryville Fla. -
Friday from a month's visit In the north. friends to his IORI'I.' W. 6. Robina<,.,. -, ,.
about SA :
years. I Ed. fee paid. Register. ,
lln'sure you read our ad. this week; It '

will tel! you something.-Callaway & Co. Cool weather will soon be here; we WAUSAU ITEMS.We NOTCEFORPUDLlCA.TION.. Larger stores than oar's, out we ,
have a few ladles jackets come In and cr
Mr. W. C. Locke and sister, Miss Ella, see t.hem.VA are still at the same old are glad to note that Mrs. W. B. D\.part..t. of the Interior. I I :[)C5 _
stand and to do the. business. Land Office at Oainmvllle. Fla.. Sept.28.1: are going
of Vernon, were visitors In the city Sun !Bro.Hons. : Jones who has .been very sick the last 10 Notice Is hereby irlven that the. Wlowlni-named ... -
T. L. Welli" .
: settler has Bled notlnf Ms Intention to make ; :
day.If. days Is-fmprovlng. final proof In support .of hi.claim and that said 5- where you will find a neater or ;
W. B. andY.. W. .Gainer, of proof will be made tio".>re Clerk Circuit Court at
von' want stove "wood, good and In Mr. Duncan Blu has some four or -five Verno... Fla..on Nov. '1. 1903. vue. Bonbon ( as. I '
Eaouflna Friday evening they '
cheap, come to our mill.-M. H. Prltch- come ; In velvet beans .this' which of MnienFrrry.FIs.. Hd 297)4 for the m% of : more tip-to-dale stock of goods.We .
;. ard. have Just completed putting the Chipley acres year DCI.... and ""t....of anl-4. Sea 3h. Tp. 2 N, R. 16 W. .
line ban produced him' a large amount of good He namea the Jtwlowlnv witnesses to prove bin ._.-o--s e--vs ---4--.o.-e a p vwS st : *.'
r and St.: Andrews telephone In repairs continuous residence cultivation said
Miss Brantly, of Texas, 'Is here spend- 7."h
stock feed. / land.: vfaK Franklin Rusa Alfred I -
: Ing a whll...the guest of the Misses Col- since the storm. MUrhell! ,Joshua Drake Millers I Ferry : 3 .
About$ of the 'In thispart .IIW' don't lay in Cur lots '
percent hogs Fla. & Rohmann.Ed J !
) eL "Language. and thought are Inseparable cholt'ra.1 foe paid. R.....""' .
have died from
Words without thoughts are dead sound of the count .
Go to Misses' Richardson for knit under Thoughts without word 'are nothing. To the farmer hauling ,;.
wear union suit rheuben shirts think Isle speak low. To speak 'Is to many I NOTICE FOR PTJBLICATIOjr.Depart Sat we lay a plenty and that.which

etc. -. think aloud. To get: bargains' Is to tradeat them from tho Bay to fa \ell. mant of the Interior. [ --1 ....
CooVs. Land Office at Gainesville. Jo,.., Sept.K140J. r ,
Miss Baker ArnvUead, of Marlanna. I The patrons of the Bonnet Pond school Notice is hereby given that theMlowhta. .named is tioliby and up ttf-date. /

'- visited Mr.' and Mre. R. C. Home last Mr.-Paul Carter left yesterday for* De- has. ordered new sash!! and door shatters "mttler final proof has insupo-rt filed notice o>of r'hic"aim.his Intention. and" that to' make said ; : -

week. Land where be will .lMnd school until and will repair their large commodious pmof will be made before Clerk Cine-tit Court atVernom II :
Fla. on Nov. '1. lOOJ, vbc Richard Ptote -
It'will never do to pass our store without December After tbat dato he will School building in a short tlm. io. of Millers. Ferry.; Ills Hd. 3D5JO .foe tiweerstw1.4orLcaa1Osnd1Son2ikTp. Dry Goods and'c J :
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A to Washington; D. C., to assume his
coming In to sue our bargain counter. go; The whistle and bum of the cotton R. 16 W.conthiuoos. .
-Well* llrso.r duties as Hon. W. :It. Lamar's private steam IT_.__ .... ...........__........... .. ___ .... ,
-_ gin'can-be heard at this place now. ; raMldencenpon;;; -and-;cultivation-of-said :

; )(r. W. R. Miller, one of Boolfay' Secretary.-TImes-Conrler. Mr. S. W Simmons and sons bill the machinery land. vlzr Ream Brown Frank It........ John I- Gents' Furnishings .' -
Jackson. Warren Smith" all of Millers Ferry.
I prominent merchants, spent Monday In "LovA" Is a, fdnny thing In charge and mean business. Fla. W.G. Robl"""" .

'a ChIpley. If Beauty yuii want la a your blossom fInger; bit." Thin community was bard hit by'. the I Ed. fee paid. J Register./ In this,line-we lead'the van, and. if ,01J. will I

Latest styles 'In fall hats ready toIress wear, Stick It at a 'possum." severe wind and rain' storm. pn the Otb ofHtut. NOTICE FOR POBLtCATIOir. I .

bat'*. children sailors, at Misses Why run around and get bit when yon 'Thedamageto the farmer and Department, of the Interior. t only give us a chance we win prove it to you

Rlchardsod.Mrs. can go to Cook' and get thIngs at a bar : I Land Office at Galneavllla. Fla..Sept. :28.1903.Nmion f __ _._ _.. ._ _. _. _. .., '
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gain. tc.rpcntlne Industry cant be estimated.The I Is hereby' glean. that thtifollowlnc.named :c s-e > a .--. .,.-.e.---c-pa-_. ..wav..'.'II'. '' '
A. Sessions: and Mrs. Waher Sessions settler baa filed notice of his. Intention to make .

of Bant fay, spent Wednesday here Remember readers, yon can pay nR for largest rattlo snake of the season final proof proof will be In made.oupport before of his Clerk. claim Circuit'and that Court said at I The plitce. 1.1

shopping. the BANKER with' corn, corn meal, cottonseed vas. killed by )Ira.. Ella C. Z. Jones. on I Vernon. Fla. on Nov. T. 1W vba John J. Drake. '
of Millers Ferry. Fla.. Hd. 2987% for the. eX ofn '
Yon will find. children cloak. misses potatoes meat' lard, chickens egg" the. 24th of Sept. "She had ,nothing nearathand I l-4i. nwl-4 of ni-l-4 mud nel-4 of nwt-4.Suction .2. : : Farrior Bros.

Jacket bab,', long cloaks at MUses I or almost anything you can raise on the blight the monster with but IT!'. 1 namn N.. R.the 16. W.He followlnc. wltnssnes to prove hI., i : ,

r Richardson.Hon.- farmj no excuse: 'for not having your rotten. wood, but finally succeeded 'In > enuttnaons mriitence open and cu'tlvatlmi. ..( said I .- : ..0I .

W. U. Price, a prominent attorI I r[ county paper We would take a little kill In him. She now has his bIde on e*- land....... William Tin William W. May.Sr W.: N... Alfurd)'. Jr., George Mitchell W,all RI-of .. ., ,
.n.-y of Marlanna, transacted business cash, ratbet than b;" called peculiar! so hlblt;'this makes the 3rd. .ono killed near I l MSIer.Fmrry.Fia, : W.G.R bln_ 1 : -L : : _. '. -,...
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bore Tuesday. come along, Oct. let Is here. the unroa place In the last! two months. Ed.. fee paid. .,..-. : )

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