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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 8, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VQ i:'p ''fh Washington Co., Florida] Thursday, October 8th 1903 Number 16.

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"EVARTS' QUAINT 'HUMOR. Turpentine MenMust Velvet Beans KINGBIRD AND ORIOLE.

Pay. and Cassava. -T. D/aere.eo I.' the Bird .......,.
Haw u. ...... a Poet fwd a 11'.'_ One Chance for Some \ by TheIr Neat .....I...
'_. lata th. ..nal.. The difference In the nature of the
A case that la of great Importance to I understand that velvet beans and ca-
y During the lent days of Ollver'Wendell kingbird and oriole Is strikingly, exhibited -
life Visited turpentine and naval stores manufacturers Another Chance for Others, cave constitute a balanced ration for fattening
p Holme Washington. In tlie,style of their nest. TheIlngblrd
In'.company with/ Robert O. Wnthrop In the State! has Just been settled by holts. Do the hogs do their own hasn't a particle of .Imagination

and both of the venerable men visited the decision of Judge call at Jackson harvesting of the cassava? Do the Flor- not tin atom of the artistic. lit

r'y the,senate chamber on the occnolon. of ville.' To Get Goods, Cheap !. ida farmers plant tbe beans and cassavaIn shape dress and voice dtclare It. He

some ('ert'wonfE'1'lIlcb crowded: the The recent legislature; passed a law requiring the same Held and then turn bogs In ia hard headed straightforward and serious -

galleries with people BO that luey;were turpentine and rosin operators In On Saturday Oct. 17th on them? How far apart should the somewhat overbearing, perhnps.
:. unable to obtain seats. 'They(11{their and testy but businesslike and refined
J Florida to par a license tax of ISO' per beans be planted to get the greatest yield
t card to Mr. Evarts. hoping: that be In all his tastes. Ills nest Is himself
year or fractional part of .a. year In which of beans? Will you' please explain In full
might arrange A place for them, and over again--strong, plain adequate but.
their plants might be operated. The all particulars about saving cassava
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when,, he met tliearln the marble room operators like its builder renncd. Contrast tbe
be explained the difficulty. held that the law wa! unconstitutional seed? How many hogs do you tblnk oriole's. Romance poetry and that indescribable

"The galleries-are 'crowded as 700 \ inaam'nch as It was retroactive We Same eight acres of cassava and ten acres of tench-the light easy negll->

> know," hfr said "and the rule of the In Its nature by going back bo!;ore Its Will Day We velvet beans will t&tt.l'n-W.'! L. Jenkins. gent touch of the- artist-In every line

senate admit to the floor of the cUr.ui-\ passage and compelling tucs.: to pay the fINE I41 WELT Boston. 0.... of Iti! Why, the thing was actually

ber only member* of the two liou es license tax for the year prior to October Sell DOUBLE 8OLE-i Will These two fends constitute a good balanced woven, of new mown hay--a* If one

g. of congress: members of the cabinet let, when all license taxes must be col You' Sell ration. Tbe hogs will harvest both, should build his house of sandalwoodwith -

Justices of the supreme court, ex-.1'D- lected.'! RnyAnd You but with the cassava !It Is best to din and all tbe scent of the ,l bny field
atom persona who have received the about It. I put my uo e'm'IlI' nnd took::
The operator of the state decided on a 1 pound feed It ,.o them. II running on It they
d -t thanks of congress:: and private secretaries a deep: delicious breath. The birds badelected
> : to senators.. I cannot get youaubulaatton test case, and applied for a> writ of maudMmis All T Brbwn'sCalicoes I root out a good deal and leave It'to spoil and cut the grass themselvesand

,"* In any other capacity, but to compel the tax collector of Du- Mute and rot, The distance apart for planting worked It In while green. Some of

,;', <,If ,;yon will accept highly: respectable val county to Issue a fractional licenseto velvet beans Is of less Importance than It was still uncured still soft and sweet

t and remunerative employment as niy them, at, the same time tendering. the For Tobacco the provision of.( some support. say hills with sap. One side, exposed to the sun

private secretni-les 1 will find ;you seat fractional p&rtot the amount prescribed S cents ;.fI for of corn or other stiff plants, as they do through a leaf rift bad gone a golden

on the floor. Both the poet and t tie bv the law. Per Yard. /'f., BY 30 Cents. not fruit wen If heaped In a dense mass yellow but the other side, deeply shaded -

statesman accepted. and Sir. Evnrts the uround. !Six feet each the day through was yet green and
The case came''' befor Judge Call at -r.lfiuman.&os.5 upon apart
took them to the door, where be ad- (jq making more slowly under the leaves.
would deal'
Jacksonville Wednesday, A telegram way do; a good depends on
,, dressed doorkeeper ui follow: .!II. LcOU/ And this nest was woven not built up
to Croom from the the strength of YOUr land. If have
yesterday Comptroller you
"My dear sir, these two( young men like the kingbird's''; it was hung not
secretaries. You will attorney representing the State convey.ed good stands well grown, of both crops, saddled the
; are my private Be sure you get your share of these Bargains upon limb suspended' from
observe that they are both very green' tbe Information that Judge Call had I' the amount of land you mention ought to the slenderest of forks so that every'

and Ignorant, but I am trying to hve granted the (State's motion to quash the . ...Remember/the day fatten HO to 100 hogs. little breeze would rock It. And so
patience with them and overlook their writ of mandamus. .A* soon as a light frost falls cut off the 1008'IY1\'ovE'n.1O deftly;nllgbtly tied!-

.- deficiencies. I wish you would take a The quashing of this writ authorltave- Saturday Oct. ,17th cassava stalks close to the ground; trim National Magazine. '

good look at them so that when they off all the soft down .
ly settles the question at l Issue, and turpentine ( tips to good hard
.,1- come here' again to ..ee'me you will\ wood; cut off all branches to have Women on lie lI'n.
and rosin operators will bave ,to | so as
know them."' And with that be pushed An attempt was made at Black friars
I open tbeewingltg'doors land motioned par the (50' license tax per year or for CallawayCo.. Blnnle, straight pieces and It Is hardlyworth theater In 1029( to Introduce Frenchwomen
fractional 1 pan of ,a t In which while to bother with anything less
WlntUrop any year
Drt' Holmes and )lr. to pass on the stage but without sue-
: In. while the doorkeeper hi a bewildered they operate their plants. than two feet long., 11 live a mellow,deep :eB8, and the appeiirunce of Mrs. Coleman -

sort of way remarked In an undertone The decision Is In accordance with the *%- piece of land budded UD a little to secure lu Dnvenunt's "Siege of Bhodes"

: ruling of Attorney-General. Wbltueld drainage; stick the pieces Intotheoround In KKM: was of a private character.On .

"Well. I'll be blankedT\ -ChicagoBecordtlerald. under which Comptroller Croom has been WHY HE DIDN'T MArtRY. HENRY CLAY TROTTER. the whole length, If you can. Dave them Dee S. I 10(10. an actress, whose

acting I .. sorted as to length and stick the same name In not certainly knbwn, took the j

'Tbe operators contended that It was pan Mara Story .! mm .....tr.II.. .Tko. Prle Ocorc ... Patanva. ... lengths in rows taaether. Throw on part of Desdemonn at Kllllgrew' tben-

Growth of th. Papal c.._.. unjust to force them to pay a full year'stax Prl. ..r. Owner Put t'pon ...... earth enough to finish covering tbl'm.and tore In Verc street when a "prologue,
Originally the headdress of the pope workedIn to Introduce the Jrst woman" was written
: Pill Slay, the English artist When WilliamVitaswortlt of O"neaoo -
It down smooth with the
when the law was not approved by pat spade.
; was only a cap. but Clovls, king of the his youth on tho Bulletin of Sydney. a* John (itlnier (4ppcd' tells UK by Jordan.Letters : .
Pranks to show bill respect to the the governor until.June. 9. They were Some growers advise not to stick the' patent were granted by
Australia. Occasionally the young rnntk tory In the; Century, went! to George
church of'Rome. sent to the palaceof willing to pay the tax from that dale until would be assigned by the Bulletin people M. Tatchen of New" Jersey to'boy me canes touching each other. Cbnrlrn II.. dated Jan. IS.: 1032. to Sir

.r St. John In Lateran a royal crown of Octoter 1; bat declined to pay a whole to tbe police courts, and from these famous racing nulllon Henry Clay. Mr. Experienced growers save their canes William Da vpmlOt. and these recited

gold which Anastuslus. emperor of year's t.allor a few months operation. assignments he would bring back Talchen thought to put a prohibitive with, a good deal less work. The above that whereas women's parts 'bad for

Conatantlnople. .had presented to him. The Comptroller acting under the rulingof ketches, now humorous and Bow pathetic price upon blm. method le safe for a novice. You might merly been taken by men to remedy

The Pope Uormlsdas placed upon the the attorney-general; beld that all that were admlr .blt. "TV'e will give the horse all the water try one small' bank.corded up like wood this abuse It wua now "permitted and

tiara this crown ',,which was at that turpentine and rosin operators whose One of the beet of the Bulletin "be can drink" said be, "and then weigh and well covered with earth worked "in leave Riven" that all women's part

time nothing more than a circle of plants were In operation thirty dave before sketches portray a thin hangdog man him and ;yon may give me a dollar a between so that it will not cave In and then, and for the time to come, shouldbe
gold surmounted by leafy: work being In talking performed by women.In .
the prisoners' bar tl) a very pound for him. Mr. Wad wort1l ]
October 1 must the license tax leave them exposed to the air. It Is very
,+ much !such! n coronet a* Is nowadays pay mild and sympathetic looking Judge. promptly accepted and a* the horsn rrpyn' Dill 17. under date of Jan.
borne by marquises In France. Tbe of 1150. The'declllion of Judge Call upholds Mr. Mny's story of the sketch was that weighed 1,000 pounds that fixed hie). essential to keep the canes from the air 8. tfiOO. we find the record "To the

uccessor of Tope Hormlsdas cone, this view.-Tallahassee Capital. the prisoner bud been dragged before price In dollars for what Mr. Speed and slightly damp, or else they will dry 'theater where was acted 'Beggars'

4 tinned to wear tbe tiara wltb one -- the judge( every few months for a number evidently think one of the finest siren out and will not snrout If the season Is Dnnh.! : It being well dono. and here the

crown only up to tbe time of Boniface of year In the history of the American turf. late, better not wait for a frost or you first time that ever I saw women come

VIII. but thus pope, baring claimed Protection from Wevlls. Tour face ta familiar bore" the Utter =The' story Is told of Henry Clay that ,might get: to hard a one. A hard frost upon the stnge."-London Standard.

authority over things temporal a* well now said. when )Ir. Wads worth needed for bli will kill the canes nearly or quite to the

a* spiritual wished to mark this double The following from the Texas Farm "It la, your honor, worse lack," returned later! a doctor from Rochester thirty ground.- mes-Unlun. flunking Ey.... ,
,' dominion the pontifical tiara, and Ranch I II just as applicable to Florida 'the prisoner. eight tulles away. Henry Clay wus bar If yon find yourself blinking :your

on whIch be placed" two crowns Instead as to that state, and the advice given' "Are ;you married yet?" nessed to a two seated wagon and dlrl eyes' rapidly without any cause stop

of cue. Ultimately Pope John here may well be followed by our farm i "Not yet sir." the journey both ways In less than five! In The Tarn of Despair.Dante the habitat once or It will grow Into
added third crown.-S.. '' an Incurable habit that will make your
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a We would though that this "Not yet. eli? Hmv long 1* It nowthat hours.
ers. say ; ,
James Gazette. yon bare been engaged r"Bcn "Then again" Mr. Speed write" In his Inferno paints a picture eyesight fall early In life. Natural .
method If most satisfactory where the
blinking I II to clear and
yearn, your honor. when Mr. Wadnwortb bud a match at of a multitude of neck-deep In necessary
Joke tna BI...*. crib Is tight or nearly so. "So persons moisten the: eye. The average number
Mark Twain am long oa that? Why In tbe world mile heats, best three In live he drove '
v Bishop Poane of Albany .wa at onetime Those who do not Intend to cut tbelr haven't you got married In all that his horse ninety-five! miles the day before solid Ice eternally! praying for death but of natural blinks Is about twenty per

the rector of an Episcopal church corn,or who have delayed the tatting timer the race rather than pay forfeit never (Indian It. 'the scene furnishes a minute. But a nervous blinker will

In Hartford' and the, service at this until It Is too late will .probably lip- "Because; your ,honor" tho prisoner and< then won the nice, one beat being rather appropriate simile for tbe condition wink 100 times In a minute. Tbe result """

church Mark Twain would occasionally shuck It, crib It and let the wevlU eat the explained "Ann and I haven't man, trotted in 2:33. This was In 1817. Consider of certain people now living on the of this will be an excessive development

atteud. Twain one Sunday; played a best of It. Then they will be so abort ol aged to be both out of jail at the same the clumsy shoes, the heavy solkJe earth who find themselves homeless, of the eyelid muscles. It

1" Joke ,upon the "rector. feed for a few months that the bogs will time.**Boston Toot *' and other Impedimenta of that penniless and friendless. also Involves a counter Irritation.
said tbe end of ; which acts on the optic nerve and renders -
Doane be at
"Dr. time In comparison with the wirelike Borne years aero! there came to Americaa
the service. "I enjoyed your sermon be poor, the cow dry up. and the plow British ......._ Lo........ plates ball bearing pnenmntlc (tired young man from. the Old Country' the sight dally more weak and Ir
welcomed it tike an teams will not be strong enough to do I ritable. Once contract this habit and
this morning. The British museum wa'begun wltb sulkies and cobwebltkc I.I::: ruir-t,of today somewhere In ..y old mend. I have: you know a book good plowing and as a result next year's $500,000 raised! by a lottery scheme. Of and decide whether even the most Europe. you will and yon cannot bear a strong
word of It" will be- short. But I had been hard at home and so lie decide light or rend small types and the! eyes
4 at home containing every crop why grumble that lottery, authorized In 1753:> the phenomenal of our trotter Is better -
; "You have not," said Dr. Doane. kbont short crops when that which I Is archbishop of Canterbury, tbe lord i than that' ed to try his fortunes the new world. will get worse and worse. The symptoms

"I have rIG." said the humorist grown Is one-third'left la the Held and of chancellor and the speaker the boWIe \ "In a few months" be told his sweetheart may Indicate a need of spectacles.

rY Well send that book to ma. I'd like the balance a large portion Is eaten by of (wlnmons were the managers and I Li..t PI.rli Chopin.A before he galled,' "I will have

to see It" wevlln? Enough bl-snlphlda of carbon to trustees.. Th amount wo $lCOO.OOtt.) IA r.t played his demeanor changed enough money to send for yon." i How Long Mosquitoes Lh,..
"I'll end It." Twain replied. I rinsed by fifteen dollar ticket, to provide In sympathy with the Intensely dramatic The young fellow worked bard but the I It Is not known just how long mosquitoes -
entire crib full by killing J
next morning an unabridged protect an every of the work. the cnn live, but their average life
r And he sent the 1000.000 for prizes and IttOO,000 content During money still eluded him. He found his
dictionary to the rector.-Boa- Insect In It, might cost. a half dollar. for the purchase of the Sloane collections .! somber funtiisle his teeth were set, his to Cleveland where he is much longer than Is ordinarily sup

ton Post There will be a better usa for every bushel and the Harlelan library and for I lips and ma.III'1'e.'ow, firm, his entire known way Ohio was posed. Thousands of them live throughwinter
ot saved than feeding wevlls. I as Joseph Miller. There according hibernating or asleep in dark
corn '-'1MI'll. bourn' room timid attendants. face almost rigid, his gray eyrn Irirnpdwltb
Flak ! Flsbee,4llke all other animals] need I body straightened out as he!' leaned end his own life. He wandered down to sparsely settled localities, where they ) I.
a. half ofTexan, at least a tew bunches of tvsq.) says:\ the London Chronicle mode
air. If they could not get It they rags the size of a large peach, saturated (rIle ]tottery! notorious lie traudnlentiyrornrrQ" somewhat away from the keyboard.; the. blast furnace docks at the foot of cannot find such places for shelter 1 "
would suffocated Ju.t.s you would he be chords Reeves late and they live through the winter In hollow
with the bl-snipfalde and thrust Into tbe the tickets. fl.OOO or .:> of When struck ( pouderouH street Monday leaped
If you were locked In in air tight of terror there wa vehemence almost trees. In rates and lio'es under upturned -
them jirnslnjr by his aid to a 'flurupfWm a headforemost Into the water. Men on the .
When the I* frozen for corn a foot or so below the surface will and though the temperature ,
trunk. _sea trees, even -*
fild'jou. who sold them At n pn-uilniu. diabolical in the sudden swoop of bin dock put a boat hook through his collar '
'miles, a* In the Arctic ocean tbe fishes do the work. It Is more satisfactory than An Inquiry instituted by the house of great bands and the tremendous crash. and the hauled ashore. may full far below freezing they
ftnd'It very bard to com! to the top tbe.old way of wetting the corn for Omnlonr..sulh'd/ in the prosecution fairly made one shiver. Ula, nostrils young' man was i are not winter kll*>d. but on tbe approach

:r and must then "breathe" the air which while water enough will keep out the by the attorney general of r-eheup. became distended and his breath came No sooner w'-.. he free however than of warm weather' become active

;, 1* dissolved] in tbe.water. You haves wevlls It will damage the corn more or The penalty wna"n fine of 1.000., but quickly (a ac one laboring under great excitement h. again leaped In. He was rescued' as agnln. Mosquitoes are frequently seen

often seen the tiny bubble which collect less. this ''w... by no means exeexslve., it* Indeed, It seemed that the before. firing about In the woods before! the

.on the Inside of a glass which has 10.000 woe .Lchsup'i, estimated profit spell) of the great "tone poet; with I The men, thinking Miller out of his snow ban wholly left the ground_W1I-

qt been standing full of water overnight.; from tbe fraud.' : whom In his.earlier years be had been head called the police. As they were tam I.ynmn Underwood in Popular ScIence

+ .S ,Well: that I* the air which has been The Value of Publicity. I fa such friendly terms, had completely putting tbe prisoner Into the patrol wastn Monthly,

dissolved In the water, and after the -- I mastered him. be felt him
Chla Alntu Monntala. as though > he elo aped and for the tblrd time
'glass has been tapped. so that all these It Is not perhaps generally known that In China. _nbont tnrelrr rills from self again In' his presence and he threw himself Into the river. Patrolman 'Tarn...-
bubble, come to the ,top,fishes could there are eleven firm and corporations the village of Lloncbek. there I... ocv would once more prove hi* devotion toCllopln' An Irishman was called on to give
him and took
' 'that water. In other words, Gallagher dragged ashore evidence' In shooting "Did
affray.
not live In a
A in the United states thai bend, la the cording to 11 writer In the Liverpool Inspired art and straw him
him to the sixth precinct police station. "
they would drown. yon see tbe shot fired? asked the magIstrnte. -
Post a mountain .(Jf' atom which lu that Lint still knew and could portray '
advertising.
' L aggregate $3.350,000 per year. on There Miller attempted to not bold of a +
addition hi.
+ to being a natural curiosity innermost son)-Silas G., Pratt In
.......* fur. Hcaltfc.Thousand III n Mourcr of wealth for the Inbab- the Booklover Magazine cnlfe, declaring he wonld cut his throat. "No." replied tbe witness, "but 1

S *. ot yearn before It wasrt. These concerns, wltb tbe amount spent tants of the country who dig; from Itrl'nrly' Miller was watched closely through heard It." '

-; practiced a* a religion! rite fasting by each are as follows: tons of alum. The mountain 'I 1. Toor.' Re.a... be night and several attempts to butt Magistrate (sharply)-That Is not sat

ct '4r wa practiced a* a health measure In i The American Tobacco company 11,- not l less than ten miles In siren nfer' Ton young people don't forget that his brains out against the bars were frns- isfactory. Go down. '

" Egypt. India and China. Contemporary 000,000 Dr Pierce, of Buffalo N. Y.. rue at its base trod hall a height of health: I II greatly priced In od! age. rated by the vigilance of the police. A!I the Irishman turned his back be t-

"1' to( Cicero was Ascleptades. a GreellbVllcl.u. .$790,000; C. L DcodCo,, 760,000; Pe nearly 2,000 feet. Thealuw la obtained Young people can stand! abase to their who and commenced to laugh but was rebukedby
( who strongly advocated,this Thqjte have money friends/ the who added that It
; and Castorla by quarrying( large block of health In youth but terrible interest 1* magistrate .
and l.OOO after his day Ibn runa company company, are not able to understand how a man was contempt of court.
br Idea year stone which are first boated In great collected later on.-Atchlson Globe. ,
Bina, philosopher and medical sage, argued isoo.000eacb; Force Food company and 'nrnnoes and then in rats Oiled wltb can seek death so persistently- But per. Put-IMil yon see me laugh

the virtues of temporary !abstinence [rory Soap! company. tsoo.000 each; Lydia soiling water. The alum crystallize till Harder.. taps, we have never yet been quite aloneIn lIallstrlltN'o.' I beard yon.
Pinkham. '3SO.OOO !Scott's Emulsion .
on the ground that it came easier S3.WOOO; Royal Baking: ; Powder i5O.OUO.. and form a layer about 8l1 Inches In -If* hard to have a lot of debt that the chill world and felt tbe awful Ice- Pat-Thnt's not satisfactory.And : .

; than constant moderation. The enormous business done by these thickness. Thin layer Is subsequentlynroken yon simply ran't pay." grin of despair and loneliness.. the court laughed.Th "'
e concerns-amounting to a combined total "Ob. I don't know. It' to'have
worse
lail of fully tlOOOOO,'JOO per annum depends un "to blocks weighing about that to Suicide Is cow\rdIY. But It la desperately Sues af huh. 0-.,._
lot have
r S *2t Trtaualas almost entirely. upon tbe large and ,en poomi;* cncU. n yon simply pay.- fearfully tranld. Il I III, pathos nntterable -
talk of to
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.i..; "Charley. dear." said young Mr*. erUtent advertising which has ken ;.< Philadelphia Ledger.Iflltoa'a ,-the supreme sting and trl- Young.* ; man trusting the
#t Torkktng, "bow do they trim the sail their products before the nubile. The .fter '..tt... pur of the .occasion. That trust ta '
mph of the of evil. dIf
Of a yacht? managers of all these concerns will tell Si-I thought Hank was to college.. Op. .... powers vain. Occasions cannot make spur -
'Vb1-cr-thq Just 'trim 'emJB at'* you that should they cease advertising fnr .n oniwr as preacher Milton was one asked It he Intendedto you expect to make spar yon must
for one year their business would be IIt- Lad twelve hundred schools
all.", rlonely' crippled and In all probability Hy-So' he was but from the big bill Instruct bin daughter In the different week Win them. If you wish ,to use tbem
_-know. But what kind of trimming ruined beyond l'edemptJQD.-Atlania .je kep flf'ndln' In 1 thought; I ought to language FI. replied: '' 4o. sir. On with about 60,000 pupils, were opened) up ;yon must buckle them to jour heels)
fonrnal.;_ nuke, I ''sufficient' for '*' In Porto Rico. before yon go into the fight '
t .do they oser-Washington Star. a doctor of. him.-Beverly Time. nngne a woman.. ,
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TUB HIGH 5<<:..001. '' .JULES SALOMON AS A MEFOIItaIE@. COTTON'S GOOD MTOHV.. ; "
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We cannot better" get the High .Everybody in Florida knows ? Rear Admiral Charles S. Cot-

:' EVERT THURSDAY. School question before our readers -'j the ubiquitous Jules Salomon, ton, to whom general attention is

IQD3CatPT10N .1 rM ANNUM' IMVAJIUI.Y1H than to reproduce the following just now a resident of Monticel-'.1 now being directed, is responsible ,.

JLDVA;ICBCMTBRGb from the De Funiak Breeze: lo, but few have ever seen him in ,for an interesting: story. On '

"It does not seem to be generally the role of reformer. In the re- -one occasion Admiral Cotton sat -* '
AT THIS POttT I OFFICE AT CHIP
LET 'LA. A' aXOOHD' OLA.ua. MA11MATTKB ,understood that the newly es-cent "wet'or' dry" campaign in I at a dinner party beside the bish- "

tablished High School is for the Jefferson county Jules took ,a op of Durham, a clergyman noted :

\V. W. JONES Editor. benefit of the entire county, and band, and addressed an audience for his wit.. Near the bishop 'W l1s Br s. 'T .

that'pupils from any part of the with much brevity and no little there was a millionaire manufacturer -

ADVERTISING: BATES oft APPLlCATlnl'l' county can attend without paying wit. He said among' other. a stout man, with a loud, I '

.1.1j Cltlplejr,FIB.,Ortoticr. Bill, lt"3. any tuition. We judge this things; coarse laugh, who ate and dranka I. Want to see You! /,

--- --, -. to be the case from the fact that "The man who asked me how good deal and who cracked every :

j Sportsmen, don't violate the we have been asked several times I, a German could be for prohibition -, little while a stupid joke. One I : Come to our store and let. us : ;

game laws;get oosted. under what terms pupils from, forgot that I am an American ; of the man.s'jokes was leveled at f

the country could enter. citizen. i the brilliant bishop of Durham, : tell something that Will'not :
Wall street is gloomy but the you : \ :
The school is established tinder "While I have been'thrown whom he did not know from k ,,

Nation continues. \ in. high, spirits., the provisions of the law with many races of people was. Adam.' It was enough for him only please you but will \: '

f "Let well enough alone" does passed bythe last legislature trained'as a democrat. that the bishop's garb was cleri ,'

not spell protection In the En- and of which Hon. W. A. Blount "If I say, 'Doctor, come and cal. He' was a parson; here put dollars in your pocket. :

glish tariff campaign. of Pensacola, was the author have a little something;;' I bet he therefore, a chance to poke a lit: '

.. and those desiring to read it in wilt say, 1 go you one.*' tle fun at the parson's trade., "I We can't name all the good : ,: ;?

To insure his 'statement that full will find it in the acts of the "I cannot make a spe ch. I have three sons," be began in a I .

there is no money stringency legislature which we mailed to I would not know where to' startor loud tone nudging his neighborand things( we have for you but j'?

Secretary Shaw puts $20,000,000into all, ,registered voters of the coun- to wind up with.. winking toward the bishop, :

circulation... ty with the issue of the Breezeof ''I started to write a speech, "three fine lads. They are in simply say: Come and-see for': "j 5

Aug 20th. Briefly it providesfor but there is not enough paper' in trade. I have always said thatif 1..<
It is said that the extra .
ses-
the establishment ofHigh the State Of Florida to write all ever I had a stupid son I'd make. '

sion of congress will Wo'nder convene onNovemb'er Schools in the different countiesof that is true against the saloon."I a parson of him." The millionaire -! yourself._ -
9th. what it
the state, and that schools make nospeechonly words roared out his -"discordant .. .

; will do; nothing. ?. complying with the requirementsof that are from my heart. .laugh, and the bishop of Durham ]I -, .

The man who mourns", over the the law shall receive from$360to "You women are conqueringin .said to him with a' quiet smile:' ,

failures. yesterday is alwaysfar $600 per year from the state. a greaten battle than Dewey'sat "Your father thought differentlyfrom .. ",,'i j
...
behind the man who is plan- The free tuition applies to all ,Manila Bay: you, eh?" "f..

ning success for.tomorrow. grades, and not to the high school 'In this community no "blind . - .. . 'q'-

.. & gradesalone assome have thought. tiger' can exist." Editors Carter and Russell of ,

The Turk believes that he Those communities which have the Metropolis announce that

goes to Heaven if.he dies fight been considering the question of WHY VALL IIIR1 DEftOCBilT1: they will give a free trip to Europe J D J.JONES. l

ing for his religion; or murder- establishing sub-districts; will Governor Jennings has given one to Stj Louis anotherto i Just Received

ing Christians which is about the find in this same law that by providing the organized Democracy"of EsT Saratoga and still others to A ITOUNEY-AT-LAW'
cambia county 'another 'slap in K solid ear of CHIP LEY, Ir'LA.? '
same thing. for an eight months school other points to agents' who'send

.. & they can,also get 'aid from the i the face. Recently. the treasurer in the largest lists subscribers Z Rex Buggicsaud .
Sir Thomas Lipton he D. CABMICHAEL.Attoruey
says of the couniy died, and the A .
state to the amount of $200 per, to that paper before the first of
will keep after the cup until he county executive!" committee held the year. t they must be sold Come at Law. .
year.
'. gets it. This is positive proof 4 a mc.uiti ,and endorsed Ellis get you one, 1I4.Colleotioae a Specialty .

4t,, that he intends to spend his days The Washington Post is au- Frater, son of the deceased of- CONFESSION Of.A "RIE T. Why -wall i Shipley; Fla. ;.

in America. ficer and who had served Rev. Jno. 3. Cox of Woke, Ark., writes
"---.... -, thority for the statement that as as a 'For 11 year I Buffered tram Yellow Jaun- wuen ,.ou'can ride In ft good BUEL6 GOOK,
a result of the recommendationof deputy in the office, for appointment dice. .1 consulted a numl>t>r of i>bv.toian.l A..e at Law. -. !
., A LOVE LKTTER. and tried all sort, of medicines, but pot no bOIfIl,.. We sell them on Z t7T-rT' '.'r..:EJY. xoEJD.A.:: ..
'Vhu1r not InteivBt you If vmi're looking the recent session of the irri- .to fill the unexpired term. relief. Then 1 began the use ot Electric ... .
soma stain in WelllibaU4ID. '
:, for a Kunrnnteml Salve. for!!Sores Buroa or This meeting held 'and Hitter and feel that I nn now cared of a terms to suit the ,purchaser.! up '
k gation emphasized by1 ,was ac- '
congress disease that had me in its prasn for twelve I
Mlles Otto Dodd of Ponder bins writes: Camfd: attention gi.- art natters tru.ted
auffered w In nn ugly cure for a year. the expose of extensive swind- tion taken at the' suggestion of years." If yon want wi rfliablt? medlcli.e asidethat to mr ca.... CoIIect"mada.. '
but a box h't Bueklen'a Arnlnn Salve cured lor Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder Lay AII"I\t tar r.prasible time and tkste.ted has
me. Its the beat delve: on eartb. 23o at S.: lings in the land deals in the the governor. But the man recommended or general leblllty.get\ Electrlu Bit aaraDCIB DIOID..an.... '
E. McGeHChy; & Co. drug store.. ters. Its guaranteed by I S. I K.!: JUcUeacby ,
west and northwest",a. dete min-. is evidently not a & Co. Only I 50o. old/ rattling broke-down o

ed effort will be made by Repre- supporter of the governor's can-
Your Uncle Samuel did a nice wagon and get yon a new WE DO !
Those who have examined --
sentatives of the western statesto didacy for the United Sfates Senate ..
little: business during the past i one. We can sell i it to you
have Congress repeal the des- as he has ignored! the com- samples of the work now being L.:
year. He took in $560,396,674: mittee's paid for by the people to the ,at a ver'low price. BILL' LETTER
: ert land act the timber and stone I recommendation and ap- -
hnd paid out $506,099,007, leaving. state printer will be able to judgeof HEADS R HEADS-
r act, and the commutation clause pointed a man whose name was i tso
a net profit of.$54,297,667.. of the homestead act. ''This not mentioned at the committee the correctness of the following NOTE ENVELOPES ,: '

' ,t The Louisiana Purchase Ex- may, to some extent, effect the meeting, John G. Wesh, chair criticism from the Macclen- K YOU want harness,saddles! II HEADS' I BUSINESS

public lands in Florida.-Me- man of the board'of county com- ny Standard: Of all, botched '
position covers two square miles; plows or plow gear,you can't STATEMENTS N I CARDS
tropolis. missioners. This must of ne- jobs in the printing line that .'
1240 acres. It is larger than the do better than to get It from CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS
cessity array many men againstthe which the State of Florida is now
T
Chicago, Omaho Buffalo and and they will i the DS.Our. :MILL COMMISSARY
Noah was the! first man to ad governor em- paying for is. about worst.
,Paris expositions combined. brace the opportunity which will Take for instance the acts of CHECKS CHECKS
.. .- vertise. He advertised the flood storeIs I
be afforded at the primary next
A brother editor commentingon and ,it came all right. The fel- year to get even.-Tampa Daily the last session of the legislatureas RECEIPTS DRAFTS

ladies' raising their skirts lows who laughed at the adver- Times. a sample.' If it were attempted headquarters for all. these WEDDING N VISITING ,'

.when walking "Ladiesin tising got drowned and it served Notwithstanding the above to palm off any such shabby articles./ ,
says: INVITATIONS, G CARDS '
this town raise their skirts them right. Ever since Noah's some people still persist call work onto a. private individual I I .

1 while walking, and it's all rightas tIme' the advertiser has beep ing Jennings ,a Democrat.,, Jen- who had any business ability EVEqIII k HOPE.r : 'TO ORDER '

far as we see." prospering, while the other fel- nings is a dead duck. about him, he would refuse to ;:,., -
& .. low is being swallowed up in the ..'--- accept it, but as the state printer

Fifteen hundred republican flood of disaster. Many theories are excellet until has a strong "pull" with the -'

:-orators have been invited to take : you try to. reduce them to powess that,be, he can therefore TAYLOR 'STEAM ENGINES !

part; in the Ohio campaign. 'Senator Subscribe for the BANNER. practice. foist any'kind of an old job onto ;

Hanna: seems' to' feel that the public.-Pensacola Press. COMPLETE TAYLOR .

reinforcements are necessary to ,Sad, but 'tis so. SAW MILLS
defeat Tom Johnson. THIS IS A GOOD DAY : GINNING ,
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH!: '
I T
Our little daughter had. an almost fatal OUTFITS .Newly'
V 1 I. No. 1, of the Bristol For to Bay bottle attack of whooping oouftb/ and bronchitis
of
you a writes I'lre. W. K.Ha il.nd, of Armonk Equipped ;
Bee published at Bristol Fla., N. Y., "but. when all other remlilies failed r .
l by Messrs. Bate man, & Owens we>aved her hits with Dr. King's Hew GRIST Boi1t: WorksMachine :
Discovery. Our niece who had Consomp.tlc.D ; T ,
with Geo. Butler'as editor is on Dr. Tichenors Antiseptic in an 8dvI\0000lIltll", also used tola MillS --:-
wonderful medlulne and today she is perfectly : .
.
'our table. It makes creditable well. Desperate throat and long kt,
showing, and is a sheet For disease yield to I>r Klnn'n New D'' cove MILL e .W' Shops aiidFoundry : -
newsy Healing
ry a*to no other medicine Tlllble\ for Coughs and Cold BOo and $1 SUPPLIES i '
bottles guaranteed by H K. McQeaeby &: .
1"fc ,; ,
DKUKK INTO DIS I10U3K. Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Etc. Co. Trial bottles free. WrwaWenFaris.FWproa/a.iagJprapl.mpe..de ar..Rak.ad.paratar. iJ l "i r;
S. Le Quinn CavendUh Vt.,was nib. :
--- .
bed! of bill ctintomary. health by invasion of W*wif Make H to Yur Interest to tlyu t.ab Us.
John Alexander Dowie, the "
t'broiilo Constipation. Wben Dr. King'sKew '
trouble! Life Pills broke ,into his bouse, bis IVotliing-; : X ilaro: It! :,,. .. "Elijah" of Zion City advocatesas MALLARY, BROS. MACHINERY CO. r : :
wu arrested and now he' entirely ,
cured. They are guaranteed to cure. Sfiu. a solution of the race problem, -- MACON, CA' ) ....'.% I
at b. E:, .MHieaeby & Co. drug 'store. ". j
.CURES COLIC QUICKLY the intermarriage of whites ,.odnegroes. '
Now Inasmuch Cares J."I
as
The new law under which
the
'
DianhoeaI : J
>yentcry.afl4,_
tax collectors are compelled] to In Man or Beast. '_ '- Dowie and.his hosts contemplatean LI AE th* Bowel Trouble of ", I
this w. invasion of the south after a Y Children of tin tgt. ''I
operate year, requires that ,
Aid
their crusades in-New York and >> > *
B THING roYWQltIhY Bopatk Strengihta.
,
before license ,
a can be issued Pleasant, Harmless, Reliable.' ,
Salt Lake City the suggestion is r! the Child and Make\ -
:
Costs 25
that the party making application ra Oalj cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY. '
must make affidavit beforea herethrown, out,not as a threat, .5 5 i Or..all la .... to C. a. MOFFCTT. M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO. 'e.. .'
m Ask Druggist for if. but simply1 opinion basedon ate_..e'..... -.. .'I>'y '
,
as an toW ,
; a notary public proper personas your W. tun kradled Dr. KoffnU'. TEEfHtHA (TMhlic Maa1 m_Ita_bl_ .,."'-. I t }
former transactions, that it and trad M*proprtaurror mlMiMt u* oar tn .ta it hw-.IF m..d..am r_10..111 OUTnktaow 'I .
{: to.the value of the stock ,of I wYhng lo two r 7 Um k undrad I.ar--.q-blob to,....w .. ul.Jnctic-* ,l
b.a.m.Na.1 IM Sa.Uy.ndr. thi- w.geat.alr.aa..r.dM d tG w.wYloawgw.w.aa..Y4lr :
would be well for him to refrain _lln>Hl kelJealb.Mal. ,
carried '
goods and 1
r place in .
same flat UUUH.* RAJTCIBI DBOO CO,.Wkoteuto Dtwrlrf ,
the hands of the tax collector. First National Bank from preaching that doctrine in

Unless this oath is carried out as ,' .the south, because in cases of F. C.BRENT., WHo II. KNOWLES, J. N. LEONARD. .

prescribed by law the tax collector OCJ\Iariauna.: : ;F'1n..' that kind accidents do happen, FBKSIDKNT.: : VIClt-p *8n.Jtl'r.:' CASHIKB.: .

" cannot issue a license. The Condene.d.t.tem.nl.s Cloa I of Bu.Ia.M,B.p.. Oth,19O3. and it might occur, if he adopts First National Bank
that line or argument down here: ;, i
RESOURCES.: LIABILITIES.Capital I
affidavit turned to the col-
over Bills Receivable and Bond... .131.11111 8* Stock ........... ......$ 60,000.00U. that Zion City would be withoutan OF I ENSKCOLM.! FL2 -': I
lector is forwarded by him after S. Bond and Premiums,,... 13,800.00 Surplus Fund..... ............. 3,000.00 "ElijahDowie Claims to
wards to the state officials to Furniture and Fixtures.! ........ 834.33 Undivided FroUta.............,. 1,157.23 be wise-if he is, this ought' to Transacts a General Banking ,Business.
'with the license issued to Cash and Due from Bank..... 87,825.12' Circulation...................... 12JMO.OO be sufficient.-Pensacola Jour- '. .. 1 1I
tgetber; Redemption Fund............... 6 .OO Deposit l ... ...... ..... .... 137.173.89 nal. Your- Bu ln Solicited ,, .1WM.
the ..
party. I
DIIECTOR.. : "
$189,801.77 C180,801.77Ti l
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Now watch for some tall Bank Commenced Bu.ln._ February 6th. 19Oa. Does success make the opti- .H.'KNOWLES W.A. BUOUNT V. C. BRENT. .... ,
{ dwearjag'we; would like to'see HfBy wrtaten agreement! Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits mist, or does' the optimist make W.K. HYER P.O.BRENT J. H. LEONAUD. > .. ',?a,. .1 i

some of them in print. \< ..., W H. 'MILTON Cashler.y ? : ,"'. -. '. l" .
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.success Nqw ,la the time to subscribe for the BAlint... your born paper. / .. I K
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"'PROP tETORi- .Post OfUce. Dlr ctory. .FOLEY'S

Peed & Sale 'i. I
? Livery, t Office tiundavM.hours 7:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.; except : .

STABLE.OHIPL.BY iCast-hound mall close! at t0:30a.m ', rY.
We t-bound mall clows at 0:30 p.m. (.,'
Mall from Vernon arrives at lo a m..
I F Lf. a +I and leaves at 12 ....,dally, except: Sundays \.
Mail from Orange Uhf, Uayuvauand -
Andrew, arrives at 6 p.m., ..OOIv88 at
Good Teams and Drivers Can; Be a.m. daily, except unda,. KIDNEY CURE .
(Sunday hours: 9:00. m. to. 11:30. m.-,
., Had At Any Ti me. and from R'K) p.m. to 7:30( p.m.
Drunune.. Otfttm m Specialty. Money Orders ImjiM-d at all hour when .5
office la open, except Sundays. I
J. H. ALL.EY, P. M.
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? LaW VIL H & NA8IIVIIM, R. R. ffi J TABU =BANNER OUR and CLUBBING Seml-w cVly LIST.Atlanta- Guaranteed for All Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Is Safe and' Sure.FOLEY'S .

... I
,
.
:zwr>" ." AND =w 03ALP11LN9. Journal per) year 1.7S.
No. 4. Nat, No. S. No,1 BANNKH and Thrice s-week New York I
UU.'ft 11:0. p m Lv..Pe..a.eola..A.r 5:00& r 4:00p. World, per j -ar. fl.<<15- KIDNEY CURE -
2.1 p m 1:03 a m. ....rFlomatom.-.I.r ':35 a III ':30 p m ItANNKBand Semi-weekly Tlmes-lTn- ,
.fU P m 2:55 am... .KobUe. ...... U:30 p's 15 p mSS' on and Citizen per year; tl.00. /
8U p m 7:30 p m .....New Orleaall.... 8:00 p is 9:3 mNat.
a and the '
'," -- BAjfSEBand Home Farm per year cures most obstinate cases of
I1.3S
No L Na L No. kidney and bladder diseases. f
U:05plft ,U:3Splft Lv.Peneseota....Ar ',,:oop.. 5:00a.
&:U& m 5:30 p m. AR ..M08&comery ..EoIII' It l5 a at 9:15 p.. TUB TIDES OF THE WORLD. It supplies the .kidneys with the POLEY'SUsed

'" 11:511 a m 9:1' P" ."., Blrmloghau. ..... tIU a I. .tos p 1ft OliO of tin. thluirs that I..known to 011.
'S+, 55 8:30am 8JU& .. .,,*,.LouIaYIII ...... 6J3pm 2U.. .3 \ substances they need to build up
2':t0 a.. m 11iU m .._u.UacittnxU ,..... 11:00 p III 11: IS p. oetdieglyfew persons U the wonderful
:0m 1:30Jpaa .......S& (.''ml... ...... fl'Ipll1!' 8UVIII harmony, of the tide. of the world. the worn out tissues.It :

i Ceusaeolxawd Ic'\ve.\ ..J"uncth.. Them "la.no place on the face of the
will Disease and
No; 2L No. 1. NamMofSJ.atfoall. Nat No. E3. earth where ocean waters donot ebb and cure Bright's K i

D&lIy I D&UyINostop I wh rela not IIh Wtl)I Dally, DlI.llyU flow regularly.: And the ebb a.ndlow/ Diabetes if_ taken in time, and a 1

5S a', 70Jam'Lr... Penaaoola AI" lGbopw( tl311P m obey a natural law with such constancythat !' ;
Ills 7 II Rohemts 1011 GOO" slight disorder yields readily to the Cures '
.. .. they can bn counted on as surely as i
I'!IIM 7 16 Yole&wa 1031" 6 01 ,
U".." 1k1l.'. fiseambla: IOU". lli'1'. the changes of the seasons. or day and wonderful curative power of this j jI i
I 1333: '" 723 M ulna 10 It. 545 ". night I Acute by the
'' 11"- '1B.. Dup lo.n.' 540IE3o \ great medicine.It I f fI'
'\ .. .. A. a result.: &Is possible to make up
"
\ 733 UM1ItcIty IOii. 527 tide tables that predict'' the exact time to I'
heals
sooths and the
1350 13'I &/) & 1019580: urinary MostSkillful !
130 a 14 G04ld J1a.are; 455! the very minute when It will be high or or

'1 n" 815 .... Ifolu 9 IS'. 433 .... low tide la any part of the world at any organs and invigorates the vjhole
,' S 00" 830 MIIligaa e.ZO.' 411 given time. Every ear the United I
.. Chronic
Crwxtvlew 4Oi system. If kidneys are de-
tlS' IISII: IIIIJ your
.. .. States Government urnlsliea a thick book
:s OCI" 8U Deer Land II-.U. .j 1M'
D
S3'. 910 .... :: Read iI 40.": 11110 '.... to. shipmasters which la fitted, with. tide ranged, commence by taking SpecialFOLEY" -
10J".- 9 s:5: .. Dft Fui IIlak Sprluga 1113 t' 'II 243 tables for every day la the year for every Kidney j I
:: 118" 9 U Ar yle 7 U r' 131" i
.. port to which ships:()
4 fJ" 937 Ponce d. he.aj '1'J" l ';13' ists
.5 ,.01 .. W6tltlII. _. -
10 lit 111 155
500 and
.' .. .. ,
.
304! '' 110 U Car.lIle 711 .149.. THIS WAil TOO SUDDEN.
.. .. 5
533 JO ReuLlay ..lIS .1275". for allKidney -

.00 .... 110." "... 'Chipley 6$7 a 1.Im ..'.01.3t There II l a email town up the state that Bladder N
r' 1107 CoUoD4alo 618 '-. 12'39
\ .. .. .. .. boasts a female preacher and the lady'sduties
700! i It'l:!!' ulanD& 600 1""Sf. ,
131J ; 1145 5 IIi ."lJ1L'43am rt are many. On day she may visit
74 0 .: Grand Ridge S u "I 1123' the rick, another attend a funeral .and Dis
1132 KIDNEY
CURE
t 7 li8 .... ,. Saeadd< L1I'.1 5 II it t t05ul the. next baptize. baby. One afternoon and
8L$ It 13 a'n.Ar. RifeI' Junetiot fS 16 I" f930& rnI she was preparing the sermon .>for the

.. eases E
---- -- -- --------- -- ----- .
-- following;Sabbath when she heard a timid Bladder
I Core.atlor'. '.1aAd..... knock'at the. parsonage dour. Answer at once. It will make you well.
There were all sorts)of.blunders made
ing the summons she found a bashful Dis-

at Queen Victoria's. coronation and tbequeen young German standing on the step,and A Physician Healed! low,, Prescribes Dally j
never knew win abe was to do .
twirling. his straw hat In his< hands.
I BLACK next. Tlify made her leave her chair "Good afternoon," the prnarherem re Dr Ceo. Ewing, a practicing physician atGrove Smith's Oaaraufeed eases
I1 Ky., for over tf\inyye.n. write his personal Y .
and rater: St. Edward's chapel before marked. "What d. you wish?"
with FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE "For
experience : years
the concluded much to the
1 r.er was .
Dey say.dor minister llfed India house,
; I have been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder
{ cUscomutnrp of the .
IDRAJGiTl archlill.hop.I ; hey?" trouble and enlarged I'rosu.telland.: I used everything
I: ruby coronaUou'rlixp1. according "Yes, .Ir.'.. known tp the profession wiwrout. relief until commenced
:' to the nilirlf, nhoultl fo oil the fourth "Yell''? Veil{I vaat me to kit morrlei'"AH to use FOLEY'S KIDNEY CU RE. After taking three bottles -

STOCK and flcigcr. In tliU cuao the ring had been right; I ear marry you sho said. I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now
.v't Btnde! for the little linger which the The 'daily in my practice and heartily recommend its use to all
lady's hair In beginning to silver; kc1MLJ
:
iupu necnrdlnKly held nut when! the physicians fortluch troUblel 'or I caD hOll&stlyatate I have
: and the Uertaao glanced at it. Then be oicases '*
: it In hundreds with ,
prescribed perfect
t POULTRY proper time came. Tile ercbbh: tat re- jammed his hat. on his head and hurried' success.

fuaed to rut It on that auger: and raidIt'ulr down the. walk. "What's the. mat.terr' Bad to, Sit Up Set.ral Thnat'Ewr Might
.
1, I t t;;,, oa the foartli. The queenrDUHMistrr.tnl. she cried after him.
%< MEDICINE to't>clPcUirlu tur.t flie. could Mr. F. Arnold Arnold Is., writes: I was troubled
"You sits no chance mlt me, he called
.! not Mt. It un. but the archljMiop: lusist- with kidney disease about three years. I was nervous I'RIP'\IrED' O/ILY/ DY
t. back. "I do.. want you; I hat. got me a and all ran down, and had to get several! times
during
{{? Stock and F: nltry haver, few ed that It land to KO. Af-cuj'dingly theother girl alreatyl". the night, bat three bottles of FOLEY'S up KIDNEY!:: CURE FOLEY & COMPANY.
: taken and tbe
bowel and off.
which not riOIn're
are
trouble
effected I feel
-- a complete cure. better ibis I ever did i .
liver irrepularitica., ; OlsvefcDnuffbt otw one! was forced en with much pain and recommend to friends." ; app SLUNOtS
rS A JOKE ON MARK TWAIN. my :z.@;;
and Hedir.ine u..s. A.
-
;; Stock Poultry that .. moa as the! ermnony was over '
i d' .i.... u a bowel and liver remedy the queen bail to bathe her finser In Icevitater ,Tbe following anecdote Is told .by the TWO SIZES ffOo and $1.QOS. / :' .

for stock. It pit the orgnns of to get It off.-SnturUny Erenlug old residents of llaunibal Missouri.
.. in prrfeet conuition.
di Prominent wtion Anxficnn a breeders and a....... Mark Twain and several other boys K. MetlRM. UY BUG Chipley: M i. |III)i Illl one day went hunting- Titer were. not -
That country Ie the richest! which

tl.e&l.crdsandnocksr I Donrlsbew the greatest; number of rnble successful and not only failed to kilt any Ton CoMtr.! We prompUr obtain U. &and Fortran

and happy beluga; that man Is the rich- game, but did not. even find anything to King George II. once wished to add Do'

and Poattry .Medicine in their eat who. barlnx perfected the functions hoot at. With drooping spirits they the Oran mrk. In London to bin pal. ,
l:' food. Any stcc'it niioor may bay a of his own.life. to the otuiost. baa also' departed! for home. While driving along ace grounds whether the people liked It You .. 1.

scent medicine ba1f-p<>lUl"l from airtight Lie dealer can the whlect belpfnt Influence both perltOusl the road one of the members of the party or not. tie Inquired. nf has minister sato ,
of this
i awl k Pp bin-stock in vigorous aDd by means of his poasenaions. suddenly stopped the horned, and the COIL Take Ii _, ,

health for weeks. Dealer* frener- over the lives of others.-John Buskin.BelftahnesH catching up a gun, ran a short distanceoff Ills lordship, mindful I of the general fns dendmoder..antoter report ; ally keep BUek-Drauorht Stock and --- to one aide and began shooting something discontent then prevalent answered: :

Poultry Medicine. If yours dons art"r.......... In a bunch of bushes. After he had "The fort< air! Oh. It would be a fitter a' b' t ti

not. send 25 cents for a sample In some form U at the discharged his gun several tlmey without of three crowns1"! :TIE: BANNER ?

can to the mAniifACtnrcrs The foundation of mOISt of our unhapplness seeming to accomplish the desired result, The king took the hint. The people

+;) Ciiattanooffa Medic+ur On. Chat- and mteM')'. If we could analyze all Mark Twain sprang from the wagon; and kept tlidr. lark and ,the sovereign his If not

taoouga the sutTerlns In tbe.world and trace It running to the other' tide .raid excitedly triple!! throne. ,

r' back: to Its fleet anw are ohould probably "Let mn try It." The other gave him ( U. S. Patent Office .=

\: '., aumamza.0.., 3.will..SO Poultry,Rat Cod that xelflitliocss was the creat- the gun, and pointed Cut.. rabbit crouch- c,......... .. an A..II. _."... Why not? WASHINGTON D. C. ,

J\"l{ 'M.dteine1mth.laatLer.rtded.0oe.met EYWa Dmaght'stock. .eat factor In creating It. lug In the hruah.. No living R:>'II of cllnraM lm rrnlsttbi .

!:.1j\, wee looking...wII_ you -,.t But Mark Twain could dii '00 better antiseptic power of -WIWP t-f cln- We will send THK BANJJKB pmt pal BO-YEARS

N toe Mdlelii Md now they arc aho Paid For VI".e. than his companion.!' : tie. hot several munch: for IIKMV than u (\ ., liours. In to say address! for Cl per year; (Oc.for six .
.. gettt.gwat., TIle,...looting_ lly dear.- sntd a Isdy to a friend' times but tbe rabbit remained In the .hwtro.vlnu. ; iulcrolv. It !Is not, Iraa cffcftlr month! : :2Ce, for three_utb.. EXPERIENCE

. p.ra.nibertee.8.P. BIo'K,..t1lof4i who wa. complaining!' of a servant lame position, apparantly not disturbed than cvrroalrp auhlfmcte. Eventhe : Or
A; I "you can't. expect: all the virtues for In the leant by the numerous shots discharged scent kllln them. A decoction' of ,

i cf'r -- at hlm.i Finally. In desperation, tinniituoii itliuiild. br druuk In kx-nll- .
$12.Hat \\'t
will send THB BAMMCK and the
I pay $1V was the practical Mark ran to the spot Still the animal lien where' typhoid fever or cholera dew! Yrok Tbrioe-a-Week: World one yeai

,; Foley's Kidney Cure response. did not afire He kicked violently at It. prevails). lor*l.&\. 4
The ..nlm..ll'Olied over the ground several TRADE MARKS
JIIt1d4 ys mad Madder riftit.BANNER Diplomats. get more profit by listening feet 1&11I. however, retaining DxsiensCoavaloMTs
i away The First GI) __ ,W.nd.... OrWe AC.
than by talking even when they Its original posture-for It was frozen
The first 1;bars window In EnglAnd An.ene.ending a.keteh find dmorlptlnn: r.nr j
will send Tun BAKNBK and the
talk walL-Us notanx. rnew ether aM
n.Inki.e.rWn tor eeank.t
tiff and dead the doornaiL
a* as proverbial
.. wax put up !In an abbey about theyear Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year, for$IJ'JO ln>tmlkm probmblT pnt">nt.hie. CoiiiniuiiHn.tlTomtUlonU.4l. Gton.r.t
And then It It transpired that the [ 08(): Glues windows, however.did Kilt$ I nw. Ol'lwrt .envy .(HftRDBOQK or, ....'u.....Patents IHOtOnto.
LAU mTEn. AS A MURAL FOWEB. other member" of the party had planned not become 1o '1I -\\'J11 for iruiujr'' liundnil k etanla. tak.n throvffll ),inn A Co. f.ee.lre.per.e

'. laughter Immoral? That Is'a very to play this joke on M ark; and for a 'longtime years anal U. lat<* us 1579 the OrU wSLta. without elmne la the ?
: .7CLe1a
afterward: he was laughed at for want all apereTasBM1NN.g : Scientific JlI" rlan.
the Kind I important objection urged against comedy ts\nf:\ casements at Alnwlclt castle the yon Word
The New York TIle
Atlanta
>', fromea4rat.loo generation.. It Is shooting at % frozen rabbit. Duke of NoitliumlierhtiMl'M neat were A lumdaotnolr nluereted. weekly. : J.arrest ei,
Journal We will make tbe .
that ].eYafrl[ extremely : cnloUun. of' anr MHwitUla horns 1 ..me.eta
: not only not Immortal but U Is the 'p..... regularly taken tlowu when the family I I low price of only .'.33 for tbe three rpera *- !

3i 03 tiTeN A..ntr ervation of morals to cultivate br use a HOW'M. OS: MAXIM wa n\ray from home.-Notes and I MJNr&Co eDr* :'::New York S

acuity for all sorts of( laughter. It ls PLAYS WITH EXPLOSIVES. Queries. Today Is tbe acceptable' I lime to subscribe) :, ** ._.. .-
the i hallucination of prevalent evil which
fl. Not many brave men would care. to. Site KIoewl..w '
drives men to dfHIpalr. Now evil always TOE A NNRR.
? seems to be prevalent -when yon poach egg over smokeless powder hammer ""tlmpl'3M''llr. Casey! auld the ps. THE BEG9RO

scrutinize It.,'lor scrntlay Involves eon- nail with nltro-R. : 1atln, make tea seugcr to tbe (Irish pilot. "you know Chi lej-. Ffa.Fotey's .
lined attention to what lies Immediately over a cake ot yellow t.a.slmltfl. hangout where all the,. rocfui are along this OF CURES i
;. gun-eottnn to dry and cap fuses with fulminate const." .
under the lens in the focused light; Being Honey d Tarfor
of mereur. Tnltli, Ot do the pilot. .
wherever' we lea. 'll'e' .surmise nay not. replied
., .. SALVE glllrmlttobeeverywhere. Hat were U These are- a few of the rlskey "stunts" I "lint. Ol know where they ain't,"-PhJI- children.safe.strre. No oslates. %)

really everywhere von and I could not be which. plucky young Englhh girl does i "tJEolpbla Press. fl

the moat haling pew hi tile oretisl. here to express sites as opinion. Clearly In the drawing room of her home In Week Edition

',Hfa _. __ ...4 the thins" to do then Is to bnlltttathe Brooklyn She U the wife of Hudson 'Sktn.. hy t1>. Card.Mrs Thrice ,
i evil. by fair 10..0. and fool to ondlscni'F Maxim the well known'Inventor and -OF THENFVV -
d D ORR&STER Trumpvin' friend SmithIs
It and so rob It of Its horror that we your
JustlceofthePtoee.Land shall mot leer wits or heart. By laughingat she has helped her husband In his laboratory the proud father of triplets. Is he? YORK WOULD Ill pronto' Urgcr ey*""y day. YOUR
the evil we get rid of the false Impresglouof work since he lost his left hand In Trumpem-Not I know of. Who i NAME
should list.
that( AND TJIKCliiplev : on
and turn. one of the mot deadly( of all .. aid so? "conesWhites
specialty.. Courts. Thursday af courage our despair a nonrwranU explosive Banner
month. tf. up Into glory from. the swinging Maximlte cartridge are- filled by forcing Mrs; Trumpeui-Why. you were talk. 1 j Painful
; ,kr third Monday la.. earii trapesa of faith. the fulminate Into the fuses with a lug In your deep lat night and an Id: -FOIl- Profuse and Irrsgu*
e --- two thousand. pound pressure and screw- Smith lar Manses,
"Got tb.or kInd. have
Ing.ln t.h.. Tbe danger lies. not In a you. PER YEA
cay. (55
81. (;
Ovarian
r 6P.,13CIMsirlannst. MILaTON' TWO THOUSAND PIGS. the high pressure the'explosive, for Well that beats me. old man. Gf.MSTLE'S Troubles,
I no orHrsureein sot It off, but In any pn- Trumppra-Did If Well I wonder fEMAU: riatcEL railing of the Womb
7 '. Florid A mau who lisped wanted to put two .WtI fri on. One tint grain of powder whatever mafiC"J me dream such a tool The Twtoe-a-week Work! has now becomethe and all other disturbances to which 1
1 ... very 'best companies. sows and two pigs In his neighbor's' pen. : overlook 4 l and left In the mouth of the tbatT News Tbrlce-a-week World. twins; 1.\Ied ev* lemales are aueject especially those
St. Real etiateeboagha and sold, bnttol terms The way he asked was this: "I have :. fuse,so thastheend. of the cr.p would thing sa -Chicago err :Monday. Wedaemtay, and Krldaj. obstinate cases which for years have
o tiered to iietUer If you want Insurance bees porthathing tboma thwlne, grate. upon it. would blow the experimenters The most liberal l offer ever made to the resisted all other treatment. -
placed, or want to buy or sell! real jutht to bits. Haw UJII'7...... K>*4 t. aJla T The'rwrlee-s-weehWorld. larger
'- estate, call oa or write' two thowth std plarth. I want to put "Do III'GIIIII..ya help Mr. Maxim to fill It Is believed. tbat there even was a public.than any weekly or ml-woekl> newspaper AN OLD. CHRONIC CASE.
.. W. H. MILTON. them in your pee till I can fix: a plaltb thene funesT" Mrs. Maxim was asked.VXe time when orthodox Egyptian pubitehed.furnlsbrng; eighteen pages!, For five" I suffered from whites
Marlaona. Fla. for them.. The neighbor' ..remonstrated.expldnlag ," she replied. "You ....e. he cannot every eight columns wide, and theOhipley and 'womb (trnu'ble,three pliyrtclaits: fi1I I
1 manage t"emlW"" one band. ran the shaving tool over his face. OpPDOllar and I iiiirlo relieve me. I tieu buann tnkir.gnoltionsoou
nAlII..a (or Slxty-:
his wouldn't hold .F.P.onUmytoi l improved
that
A man needs exercise.as welt as a ** pea "Hut aren't you afraid when" It 1,000 pigs I didn't they two thonthandplgth the can screwing pars?. forty-elftbt: hours. Unlike tbe no- the freshness and crlspnes of a dally with rocomineiMliuiri'I 10 erng
moderately. Y.r
schoolboy, but take it tut tbowth and plgth. And thus "I am ddflll..frald" eonfesmd theyoung und features of s women.
Instructive Sfeclal,
'' Bomecf: the gnarled and knotted frames wife "but .Uls easier to help out. mans of a later age the Egyptians did the MJUI&rbo .....v !(eky.
It went on for some time until the lIt1per| here In the bow not conflnv the' privilege of shaving to weekly. .
bodies laboratory no matter for further informstlon Writ*i e tk lMADRC6CIST6\! !
!of early: age are the rneamatie declared that be meant not 2,000 pigs but dangerous than. to wait. In the bouse- Address (!I '
their slaves
of strobata.-8choolms- free citizens but obliged fie !: BA.VNLB! .net ritl.b\ ) ,.t e twdla SELL G.F.P.
:.- 'T<"worked' two thowth and two pifth..i listening to shave both face and head. Cbipley.Jt'U.' I
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. . . 'The Children's Day exercises of the L. l'\IcRINN" Y, I NOTICE Foil PtTULICATJON.opart. ,y
.oooo ....,......
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Baptist Sunday School will be rendered ; ..Attomc .-.h-.w..- I Land OfHee at Oalnrarlllo. Fla..tkthept.51903.1
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ana everyone I. Notice h..rcbr a)ven that the lolInwinc.nanMdaettler
I
Vernon Florida. baa filed nut lot ol hla intention to mako
Is cordially Invited to fcttendi Go final .,mot In snpp"n nf his' daim, and that aaidpmnfwlll <
I SOME THINGS Careful sod prompt attention givento be n'..... nekn J. R. Wet..... County
the children.
out and thus
encourage I Judire. at Vernon, Fl. < nclorii'l, 1093, viva
all matters entrnsted to my care William D. Griffin of d.lplry. Fla.. Hd. 28419. for

LOST OR .-...."TED OFP. the neM. oTneK of 8ocJ4.. Tp. 4N.. R. 14 we.t. .',,

know that can at our store buy goods cheaper,, quality- One 'large spotted sow, marked crop Mr7: Robert Roblsoo -and motber, of continuous: lie names reiWtmceapoi the folliiwlm witnesses and cultivation to"prove nf said his. '
should
You you and half crop ID right ear, -swallowforklir Penaacola came In Friday to spend a t.elm' J. M, IL B. Chance. J. Co F""".
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so from' uitllJanuary. left .ear; aoy :!,-,r.on penning "aid, 'o" W. bbare and Chipley. Fin. ,",
order them. Especially now few days with relatives hem. W. G. Rubln-.t. Register
than
can
considered, you and letting me Know' of it will be rewarded Ed. te, paid.
or any information of her will b .- -

We must reduce: our stock. Too many goods. thankfully L. H.BKLL.MOTlC'K. FOR SALE. NOTICE FOR PUBJjICATIOX, .

.. I Th Crampton Property.; -00 eared. r.D4-11t. Departmont o|the
Don't; 2M.is! This: ; ..ted ..u._th_ 14 Chlpl r- Bud all of. Land Omen at Gainesville. Fla.. .. .5,1903.1 9
I I I ....... ... C**..raMk Finn 4a Lac, Win. I Notice Is herebjalven that the MlowiaB.named
The postmaster wishes to Inform the WtAny treananani v or cut eland *ot timber on thi* setter haa filed untie*.. his intention. t* make
3000 yards Standard Prints at Sc per yard. 2500 yards Outings, Sc, 8c, lOc, and 12#c. public that the box rent mast be paid by will tx dealt with to the Inllaat extent of law.NoxlcE I anal proof in support of his dal.; ana that said

Oct. 10th. Alter that date the boxes cannot .' bruof will be made bot....Clerk Circa Court at ,
These Good are Just What You Went -', '::. ". be assigned to the use of the holder PUBLICATION.. Vernon FI.. on October 17th 19O3. vie Joan!
: FOR '
; Scott Hemtom. Fla, Hd. 3OTS4,
'J' until the rent has been paid. ol for tm nM o Department of the interim and ."d nw" Boo 22. Tp.a N_ R, 13 west xr
you know are higher,. but with us they are Jiy: order post office Joan department.S. P. M Land OIBca, .tGalDs.iII... Fla.. S pt.:M.VHO, f He uasiea the billowing. wIt_ to stone his
di'D. GOOdS ALLKT Notice to hereby&iTcn that the fnl>oirbla'alnnd omtin.oosronidemonaponandcultieationof Bald
L a ress cheaper than ever before. .' .ettlw handled notice of bill Intcotfcrn to make' l.ad.,1r. Sanders L. Davis G. W._.... C.P.
EXTHAt1TINO .to IltPLINTEH. I final proof In support" hhl data. and that .-idpm' Gilbert. J. F./ Wachob. all of floater Fla.
at 85 cents' ..UI be made before Clerk Circuit Court at W. Go RobiR Rqiater.
$1.OOkind
'
: 1;;Plain Black Henriettas, 30c kipd ,at 25 c nts. 65c jrrade. at SO cent "Here Is something worth knowing," Vernon. Fla..on No.. 7 1M3 visa James. E. Ed.fae: ald. .
Het. ..
Cook., of Vernon. Fla. :2B49O ktr the >.-. nfnwl4and .
"When splinter bee unit of vwl-4. Section U. TP. 3 N.. R.
says an exchange.: a NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. "
Oi it 'Vn.iliitt'ingAre ; >t 16 W.Ha. .. .
been driven deeply Into the band, It can aamaa t."lIowln.. wltheaaea to prove hie Department of the Interior ttand _

so numerous and such a variety of patterns you will have to see them.War I, be extricated without pain by steam. ,contlanona land via: rmldence Tom Andrrnon apou,and.G cnltiTatlun orntt Gcott of Jacltaon said. Notice". OmoB la hereby: at Gainesville.given that PIa.the. loU, Sept.wma a.>naiiied 1903.. f

Nearly fill a wide month bottle with: hot Yates, Thorn CoUuu, all of CitrrvUle. Fla. settler has filed noticed bill intention to make
: V
and Think of the width and come see the quality.- i W. G. Kohlnxm. Commutation proof in rapport of his claim and
wide' Black Silk $1.25 $1.50. water, then place the Injured part over Ed. let paid. KegiBter. that aaid praof win bo made before Clerk Circuit yy
I __ Court at Ternon. Fla.on October 17th. M03 vims
\ ]I? "D" XU" X -r:: R. JE:: the mouth and press tightly. The suction i David Bastandicy.; : W._... Fla,Hd.3151 for
will draw the flesh down .and In a NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. the neM of BW" of Sao Jh Tp.* N. R.M ......
its Departmrnt of the Interior.. l He namoa thn MIovinB'witnesses" to prova hisamtiauona
| This'line is complete. We will sell ;you Furniture and give you easy terms, so minute or two the steam will extract the Land Office: at G.I...,".... Fla. tltt.t.241903. f maidens upon and cultivation of said
: NfHIce hereby: give that the following....... ,land. vie T. J. WU.,.,.. Duncan 111_ WllliBTal'
the goods., splinter and the' Inflamatfon together. settler baa filed noticu of his tateatinn to make. ''''..Jaba Tiller, all d Wausaa Fl..
your fault if you,don't fix up your home. Let us show you anal proof In support of hla claim and that said W.ti. Robiusm, Registt.;
proof will be made _ore Clerk Circuit Court at Ed.: fee paid. '
store youheadquar- GAY LOCALS.Dr. Vermtn. Fla. on N..... 7. 1903. viz: Bunion Gay
When you come to Chipley make our : of Mill....Kcrrr. Fla.. Hd. 2''T24 for the wK of NOTICE FOR PUBMCATION.
Booth and R. L. McKenzie were nel-4 and i...l-4 of ....1.... Sea 36. Tp. 3 N. R. 16 w.
St. Andrews visitor! last Friday : bin Department of the Interior. l
lie the JnUowina wltnenaoa to M1
names prove *
ters; you are always welcome. :......Inuou. nuildenco upon and cultivation of said Land Office: .at. Calnesvifle.,. Fla..Sept S. 1903.Noland I r
Messrs. Boyer and Sl.nmons of Cor- land. vK) Franklin Til tor. Carl Mnaa, Allred hereby. glean that the following'named
here the Mitchell. Joahuao Drake all of Mm.... Fvrrr, settler baa Bled reticent his intention'to make Y
delft, Ha. were business visitors
final te
proof support his data and,that saidwoof
Butler.A
W. Robhnon.Ed .
Campbell &> past week.: Fla.. fee paid.. G. Kegiator. will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at
_. Fla-. on October 17th 1903k vie William
Col. W. :aicKlnzle and son-in-law. Mr. Hambrlck Ve....., Fla. Hd.30162 tor the seXof ,
\ Finch, of Moultrle. Ga., spent several NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Sea ia Tp.2 N.. K. 14.wast.Ho ,
Sterling has Just; Arrived. day here the past week: Department. of the Intorinr. I names the toUowfaiawitnesses to provo his v
full line of Clothing
Land Omoai Gainesville PIa., Sept.28,1903. f continuous residence; upon and cultivation: of aakl
A launch load of our people attended Notice..herebr: given that thefcllowlngoaiondaattler land vie Alex Putter. Come Garner Henry .
notice of his Intention I Davis Joseph Rochet: all of Vermin, Fla.
the social TompkIns' last Wednesdayevening baa Bled t* make -
final proof In Support of bin claim and that said W.Go Robineoa. R.-' .
and report a very pleasant time. proof will he made before Clerk Circuit Court at' Ed ..paid. .
Vernon. Fla. on Nov. 1. 1403. vuu RlUiard Paterann. -
Is I Mr. A. I... Uarr ll. a prominent farmer Mr. Lawrence Hoff and family, of Harrison of Millers Ferrr.: Vii. Hd. 30520 for theeMofewl NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
:..-l & is ; 1 Mr.J. W, Williams. of Good Bange, have located at the H Ickory Place. -. er (Lets 10 sad 13)) Sea :2$ T... 2 N, Department of t
Church Directory. ; here spending a few days with friends. of Orange .11111, brings up two stalks of Mr. Hoff bas a situation with Messr It. 16 W. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.. Sept, n i 1 903. f
I cane that measured 8 feet In length each; Booth and McKenzie oo their farm. BenamMthefollowhia'wItneaeea toprove lifecontlnnouareeidance Notice hereby rinse that the followincnamedrttlev
M. E. Church, South-Preaching every I Advertising"" Is the food that nourishesthe upon and cultivation of said ha*tiled _toeo( his Intention to make
1st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. I he says he has an acre of cane like It. Mr. E. G. Vickers of the firm of Vlrk* land. vise Rene Brown. Frank Bn..... John Anal proof in support of his daim. and that said "
food that makes a business grow J.ckK>V Warren Smith all of Millers Ferry
Winston. Pastor. PCS & McKenzie, with his friend Mr. proof will be aaada before Clerk< Circuit Court at
G. Miller, Campbell & Butler says If advertising Fla. W. G.Robinson Vernon. Fla.. on October 17th.. 19O3. vbn Walter .I
Sabbath School 10 a. m R.I. Furniture! FurnIture! Furniture!!? Speeglo. have been enjoying the delight Ed. fee paid. lteai ter. l W. Evans of Mlllera Ftorrr. FI... Hd. 2 1541. for r
Superintendent. i We've got It.Brooks & Godwin, Verbon. will bring the trade they will get tin of the Bay for the lust fewdays.CARYVILLB .- the.cl-4onel-, 01-30".1...and _.-. of awl-4 of
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. I "lions share' of It They have the largest -m NOTICE PUBLICATION., Soil 32. Tp. 3 N.. R. 16 west.
Young Men's meeting Tuesday: Hill was .He namea tha Mlowinswitneasee to bincontinuous
prayer Rev. W. A. Prince, of Orange Head NEWS.J DepartmentOaks of tha Interior. I Itand Breve
the BAHHBR.
Invited. advertisement In residence: upon and cultivation of said
nlgbta. Everybody cordially r
the visitors In Chipley Saturday at Gainaaville. Fla.Sept. 2a.1903. f
of via .
one land J. W.Burke. 8. C. Burka. John W.
It. C. Anderson, vice-president and Notice la hereby: gins. that thufollowinvnaaiedaettler -
Carlisle.J. D.Ralcjr.all ol Clarkaon.Via
2nd :
Baptist Chnrch..PreachlojJ every Mr: Seab Tiller of (vllle.came over baa filed notice his Intention to make. W.G. Robinson 1tecIM ._
Lumber bas <<
of the Sanford Co.
and 4th Sunday. S. B. Rogers, pastor. Cool wp-tb<,rwill soon be here; wehat manager Baal proof In support of Ma dais and that said Ed. tea paid.NOTICE.
Sabbath SchoolS p, m. J. D. ForreiteSuperlnteneent. Sunday: and spent the day with. friends.. 't u' i"iJIi'* Jackets come In and been on_aa extended trip to Chicago on ''Vr'ii":: !' made before Clerk Circuit: Conrt at
., Nov.1. 1903. viz John J. Praka
on
ilittin. We are still at the .same old FOR! PUBLICATION.Department ,
mil Belt business. of Millora Ferry, Fla, Hd. :2V872 for the eK ofm141
bad their
The Mlssos Richardson "
t Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Town stand and are going to do the business.T. .- nwl-4 of net-4 and atA-4 of nwl-4.Section :*. of Interior. I
hoary opening last Friday and. Saturday.The L. Wells & ilro. I Caryvllle has been Visited by a*big lot Tp.lN"lt.16W. Land OBloe at .._. b... Beep i.VHO. f
:-T" 8 ; 8 : 8 :II 8 8 : 8 ; He namea the following witneaam to prove fcfaconthmoua Notice hereby. glare that the HiltowtnrHMmedtattler
Clover Brand shoo are the beat The BANKER proposes to do Its full of drummers this week and, If we Judge realdence upon and cultivation. nf said baa filed notice e< his. Intention to maka
for sold by J. R. McGeachy & land, slat Jr, ,*om W. Rt- anal proof In support of his daim. and that rid
the price, the the number of trunks each drummer : .w'M..9ralif!
: Topics. share of hustling for Chipley during by by. William Mltchelt, all ofMillera proof will be made. helm J. R. Welts. Cesmtyud.a
Co. fall and winter. Business men who Intend had business is on the Increase. < \>rry.Fla.. > at V.......,. FI..on October nth. 1< U.: via
--- W.G.Robln_. Xxa W. Swindell of Duncan.Fla.. Hd. Znot lor
.Mr. S. A. Alford returned Wendesdayevening to go along with the procession. Cary vllle Is very healthy thl# season Ed. fa paid. Kegtotcr. toM neM of sw X of Sao 3*. Tp.4 N.. K. 14 west.UanamoathefaUowinc .
Newsy Paragraphs Gathered Together to Jackson. I witnoases to prove hU
from business trip
For Musv Hcmden.It a should get Into the band wagon. lad business, very good in every department NOTICE'FoR PTJBIJCATIOjr. continuous resufanos........mad cultivation of said
ville., land. vis. Archie Duncan Cornell Duncan. Mark
8 8:8d: a ::8 8-a 8 L The total valuation of all property In of trade; the, farmers have Department of the Interior. I Bowen Joint Wham, aU" Duncan. .FI.... '
I It will n"vor do to pass our store without made fair and Land Office at Gahieerllla. Fla. > W.G.Kobtaaoo.Zd. Register,"
Is now Marshal Harvey: coming In to sne our bargain counter. Washington", county us shown by: the assessment a crop everybody seems Sept.21. 19O3. t I foe paid.

Wells Urso rolls of 1001 Is ...&.....681.00,. as to be happy. Notice hereby given. that thefollowhur-nained i"!!!!
Wells Bros. --
Get your crockery: from saltier has Bled notice hi. intention to make I ,
against 1C39.833.00 In 1008. which Is an The big mill and plainer are running final proof In support of 10...daim and that said !
Read Callaway: & Co., advertisement.Star Mrs. Williams, of Gracevllle, spent last proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court. at LUMBER !
week with her son, Mr J. W Williams, Increase of*324.8.>9,00 over the past year: with plenty of logs, despite the very low Vernon Fla..on Oct. 26 1'XO, via WDIiam I>. 1
Brand shoes are leaders at Wells The county's share of taxes on this Hewett. of Bonifar. Fla.. Hd. 31SJ lor the aeX of '
Bros., water;{the log train Is doing good work Sec. an: Tp. 4 N.. R. IS W. 1 1.eel 1Ceiling.
here.We amount Is 123,853,05. Pretty good show. and the men who wish to work all have He namea the followtev wttneaaea to prove his Flooring,
a fall and winter garden sell the Clover Brand shoes all the continuous. naidenca. upon and cultivation of said { >- .
Ilavp you time; be sure ;you try a pair.. J. R. McUeachy Ing. steady employment.There land viz J. W. Yates W. J. Levin Warren A 1
started? Watson.Benj. Pipkin all of it nifay: Fla. SJdlnq_ .
& Co.. MARRIED. H Forster. formerly, of "* **
has been several changes In location W. G.Koblnamugd. Finishing and Dimension stuff' furnished .
.
Pnll for Chlplev or pull out for Rome Mr. McK. Campbell, of Vernon, spent Chipley, Fla., and Miss Donle :Murdock, with some of the bands employedby tee paid. Rqi t.er. on 'short notice You can build without .

other town. Saturday: night and Sunday: here with were married Sunday Sept. 2Oth Rev. R. the Sanford Lumber Co. J. N. Eu- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. bavlnn; to ship your lumber from other t
I places, a It Is I manufactured right here
Tax Collector J. R. Thompson was in* his fam11y1Don't O. Bailey officiating. Mr. Forster holds banks with his family has moved to Milton Land Office at Galnuavllle.Department Fla,of Sept.the Interior.S,,l'XU. l f I at homo) and themoney you spend la \'I

town Friday. forget the cash store Is at J. R. a responsible position with the Sunset :Florida; J. S. Eyerltt.' the engineer I Notion Is hereby given that the MIowhi.-nanM4 kept In circulation\ here at home, which .t1
adds to the bntlness of our city and to the .
settler has filed notice of biB Intention to make
We sell for cash and cheap.-J. R. .Ale* Mc.Oa.cliv & Co. When ;you want goods Lumber Co., at Doucette,. Texas., Miss >n the new log train has moved bill faml anal pad In support" hia daim. and that said general brnetit of our eltl7en: So build ,-l: '

Ueachy! & Co. cheap go to them. Murdock Is a slater of P...P. Murdock, a Iv to Caryvllle and Is now located In the proof will ha made before Clerk Circuit Court at you a good boose now and be up with' the, mI
Vernon,Fla.. on October nth 1103. vial SandersL. I march of city's We
our "
here Mr. J. M, Tnggle has bought the residence prominent merchant of Wood vllle. They nice cottage recently occupied by W. 11. Davis of Sexton. Flan Hd. 28210: for tha .H ofnwM will rapid progress. Yr
JUr. George Myers spent Sunday furnish you the lumber at market ::1- ,
Sec. 1O. Tp. 3 N. N,13 __. I
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of Mr. J. I.. Ball and moved his left Monday for their home In Doucette. .
with friends. Fleming and family W. H. Fleming, I He names the following witnesses to prove biB price. Come see as.

family: there.If Tex., carrying with them many: warm night watchman at the big mill, has continuous rasidenca open and cnltlvatiin of said fOUL COAST NORTHWESTERN "
Gen. R. L. Searlett wan In from Orange land vat Bonn Scott. G. W.SoweU.C.P.Filbert
want a good Suit all wool go to wishes for their future happiness. moved Into the residence recently occupied J.F.Wacoob.. of Si-xton. Fla.V. LUMBER & SAWMILL CO .. ,I

IIIII' Saturday.. ;J. R.yon McGrachy & Co.; they sell the, famous DIED.-On Wednesday, September SO, by J. N. Eubanks. fc'paid. < .G. Robinson. RetrMw.Ed. 1 M. 11<.'Prltchard' Man. e .: 'j

Mr..Suomaker spent a few days at Pen MaytlMd clothing. ---------- "
Mlllvllfe -
1003. at 12 .)o'clock p, m.. at Fla. i

aacola. last week. 1 A. R. Wells returned Wednesday from Mrs. Delia Carter, 'beloved wife of' M>. WAUSAU. ,ITEMS. J

Wells Bros pays 30 cents. for grown Pensacola where he had carried a carload Frank J. Carter In the 33rd year af her Mr. Wm. Roots has Just erected a bar- -5 !'

hens; want 20 dozen. of beef rattle. age. She loaves two children, a boy and rel shop and Is now making some nice DEKLE & CO., Bankers, !.

:Mr. R. C. Home visited points west of Yes air,wo want all :your cow hide; a girl], a husband, three brothers, and syrup barrels. ,.,

Chipley Sunday. they are worth :10c per pound aft Wells three sister, besides many friends to GfHIPbBY, FLft. ,:.r
Brus. store; cash pr trade. Mr. Roche Taylor has been very sick .'

Oysters are ripe; they are here by the mourn her death for the last ten days, but we are glad to This bank offer Its services for the tranaaetlon of all branches of legitimate '"
load Some counterfeit *1O bills are said to be Past her Buffering,,past her pain banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention, and all remitted.

wagon,: now.Mr.J. ., It circulation; but we are not afraid of Cease to weep for tears are vain; I note that he Is Improving.The for on day of payment 'at current rate of excbange.itte ".

A. Mathlas of Oak Hill spent M llcl vouir .ui.liiiiss t .'
/getting any: of them. Calm the tumult of your breast weather for the last-three weeks r- ,oJ,<

y Saturday In town. We have a few special] drives In lawns, For she who'suffered Is at rest. has been nice, and the farmers- have been -= ,

Pretty Bilks velvets ribbons eta, at hats shirts, pants, and all kind of clothIng busy gathering their cr p..
call attention the law card
We to
the Misses Richardson's. pants eSICclally.-Wells Bros. your - - '
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of Mr. L. McKinney Vernon, In an' The people of this community are preparing ( - .'

Mr, J. E. Caley: spent ft day or two at Miss Halite Lewis assistant principalof who I I for the annual] singing convention ,
.i : other column. Mr. McKinney, Is a I 1'.w
Pensacola last week. "- the Westville High School, visited ''(
graduate of the law department: of the which will convene here on the 0, 10, and. .
friends here Thursday. ,
Dr. B. F Saye, of Orange Ulll, spent a Stetson University, bas located at Vernon 11. of Oct. yY

part of Saturday In town. Don't forget, we want" your cotton seed for the practice of hU profession, Mr. Homer Jones has gone to Dent : BE 3 .
long 3r short; we will pay yon more for THERE MAY
County Supt. L. L. Pratt, of Vernon, them than anybody else.-wells Bros. and by reason of being located at the I :Miss., and took charge of some log/ teams.

county site. is In position to give very He writes that he }
spent Wednesday In town., Mr. Hush Farrior spent. a few days I, ns getting good wages -'
prompt attention to all. / legal] matters., If ; Homer Is a social lively boy and .
Well Bros pay the top.of the marketfor tbla week at Marlanna visiting friends I : IArgrr stores,than 01113, but wevinlure '!
have any affairs of legal Interest yon will\ be missed the bent t _
all country produce. you among people ;, ,. ***
(?) and says he had a fine large time.
wish looked after remember be asks von there is not in town {
I one
Uncle @
:The Board of Public Instruction met Our sewing machines and our priceswill for a share of your patrouag BIJa Plpp n has been making ur

t In regular session Monday., suit you. We have great varietyof some good improvements to his long cotton '. ; l
where will neater
styles.; -Brooks & ttudwln, Vernoo.: We hope all the mothers of onr community ginnery, both In building and machinery I .*you find a or ?
Miss Mary Wilson, of Bicker, Oa., viaIted c-! _\ jT ?
have read the advertisement of and wilt( be ready to work for bis 'more
)friends here this week. The open season for killing Quail, tur- up-to-datestoet of goods. i

key: deer, etc., begins/ Nov. 1st. It Is. Dr. Moffett's teething powders,* (Teeth many customers as soon as It rains. .. -w j jWo

Mils Rhp Scarlett, of Orange Hill Ina) teat bas been appearing In our e+ee...o .o .r..o.a.m.e W
tgainetthe law to shoot game until that pa I Old rotten fences and the shooting and : :

spent Friday here chopping. per. Teethlna la not a patent medicine, wounding of cattle baa caused more y. u irl 3 j

Brooks 200 IDS&of Uodwin nice ,clean.Vt>rooo.salt! for $1.13. date.When you go to trade, tell! the merchant but Moffett a favorite who graduated prescription'at Jefferson of Dr. C.:Med. J..I I trouble and unfriendly: feeling among don't d toy in ( lotsJBut '- '

that you saw their adv. In the some people] In this community In the
Miss Gena Ualner, of Orange till!. was Ical College, Philadelphia Pa., and has ;'
.uuna.: It will please them and do ni last six months than all the other trouble we buy plenty and that which. ;: 9
In the of ,
In the city shopping Friday. "' much experience treatment i
combined '
good as some people seem to prefer
:] and bla Teeth Ina becoming! ,
children so
Tax Assessor J. VV. Williams spent a and an old shot ann to a fence to protect is no'hbland u -to-- it.' '.
We have opened the- largest !
Just popular he was forced, to abandon the r
day at Tallahassee this week. .. line their farm. _
finest Jlne of jackets and .
ever capes seen la Vernon.rook1 general! practice to devote bin time to the ', . 'e_ ''' t> . ;r. e. a
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Mr. R; U. Harrell, came In from Selma & Godwin. Vernon manufacture of the e powders: that have CONTEST NOTICE.- ;

Saturday and spent a few hours. bale ol srved the liven. .f thousands. of children. t Depart_,d the Int""'u. > Dry Goods andGents' .. -
Wells Bros. bought the first Land Office at Galn..Uta. M... Sept..a, i oj. ( .
We 26O dozen lie dozen.
"1 want eggs; per ]long staple cotton marketed here this LiST.,,-.lI1I&.H" .A undratomtait allld.otft having tmn Sled
cash or trade.-T. L. Wells & Jlro. 1s this MHo t>, Oscar Mmm omrtt.Ht.avmhmt .
for which they paid 17 cents pet I, H4. N> ...XMO3.
season) : entry made Dec. 10.
1 Mr S. M, Robertson came In from tha The followIng the lint of name. ioeelf.roifand.lf.mr 3.) Section. 31. ToJS.hilt Furnishings, ; .j J Jr
pound. drawn to sane as Grand and Petit Jnror; 3 N..Range W.. br: J-t:. SrnlUw. On.t .
farm Saturday and spent) the day.Mr. at the Fall Term of Washington/ county _Jn which It In .u...... that MM thniLh baa '

Albert Tindell. of Holmes county Mrs. McK. Campbell returned from Circuit Court, ., which convenes. ,November wholly bwnt abandoned..... fur aatd moro tract than.four land Team: and .beeath.'t. next I r In this line:we lead the van:and if you will :1

Geneva. Ala., last week where she ,hat 2nd,1903.i. prior to the datvtheivnf. .raid atnrmc not bring :,:

( waa'among-visitors here Friday. been for several] 'month under medical F. W E..81m lloweo mooa., A. E John McMillan Brock. o dntomttn an the borabr Army notified er Nary to ta appearrespond tlm I 1 only give us a chance we will prove it to you .t

Attorney D. J.'Jones visited the coon- (A. A. Danley. J. W. Bowen and 1
treatment offer avldmoa touching aaid .Ue..- T' a' > o.iotojioi iois | a i-rs > > iao mTJmo
tv capital Saturday: 'on legal business. Steve A. Wesley T J, M. Melvin tin at I0 o'dodt *. ..._ Oct.3 lens __ .1.1 J
U. A. MeKelihen. W. II. Day at.Wells." Count: .Jud.t Vernon Fla_ (and ri'
The County Commissioner met In rfljf.DIu that Anal be ring will be hHd at 11 o', plnco ,
Don't forget.; we sell the Mavbvld suits J. K. McCa.ll S. U Davis) adr a. us..i .
and pants.-J. R. McUeachy &; Co. session Monday, transacting regular O. E. Stewart, J. T. Krebbs. on Nov.at 16.1913***United, before State.) the Land JtesHstor Offioslnaalnea.and Re.elrr 1

routine baslnes*,and accepting the Tax David Miller, C. S-Andenmn.N. vlli!% ..... :I Farrior :
What the dew Is to be flowers so laadvertising R. C. Home Broe.t : '
A. Alford. Tha said conteatant ..a..... f*a proper affida I '
to the successful business. Assessor's books for 1903.Tb T. J. Wilcox 8. W. Anderson. vlt. Bled Sept A ieol..et forth facts wHJialvnv 1
; R. L. Gainer T L. David, that after due dUlarnca .personal servios of thin

i ,m If von .want stove vood,' good and :Mlnaes Richardson are constantly W. R. U lcox, )I.\-Ho wen, dhrcted notice ca_that such Dsmada.it_Ice 1 st> hereby' onlsred die and :t 1 1I '
a drat
br and L
receiving new goods. This week theyhave (;. W. watts, IV. T Brock .
rheap, come U our mill.-M..: R.. Prltchrd. gotten ID some pretty new baU,, M. D. Mashbunt. S. M. Robertson, // proper psbtkatlCtww.G. RoMnson. R..........

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