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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 15, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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Vol. XI. Chipley, Washington- Co., Florida] Thursday, October 15th 1903 Number 17. ::>: i

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Aphorlamw on"l"ruth
NAPOLEON'S: LETTER." How""School Can Be
and Fat.ehood. Lovers and LovnMlclnsr; la th. I< a4 a
Aided The- People.An .
By; .
Bow th. Imltlal ")I" Pvnetnatcd ta. of the Sbamroelc.

Great C..q.e.o..*. c......... the Bradford "We Are Looking ,Aside. from the,immorrllty of lying\ It The Irish way of courting In the old
:From Mqreugo to :Moscow was the Is a deforming habit that Brows upon days and In quiet country places even -

lone swing, in the !penJnium( of Nnpu- Telegraph tells! how to aid schools: to the present day was and Is very different

Iran's life the one tbe jrreatest battio "All should work together for the com JEOEt. TSTO"BITZ one.The who cannot: tell the truth does from that style of thing which
out of which be came with hU life the mon good. There Is the faculty who mukes. the subject of many finely paint
I not exist, but many lUG they who lie by ed There were no stolen Interviews
which engulfed romances.
otter the abyss' must do most'of the work that makes the You'

Mr. J. M. Jit1cklt!". -who ls a literary: school next the trustees and preference. no twilight; walks, no thought,
success .
expert on colncldcm-cs! point out how, a ; There are liars born, but mo.... are aoade of kisses or even bund clasps-In short,
contributes their
rrngely the letter M played t part In the county board Should be ''It Is possible for a very truthful motherto no lovemaking whatever. Out If they

the life of the great conqueror. mite, and lastly, the patrons,_ who may II Incite her daughter to faIlle witness-, were at reuplug or' baymnUIng Peter

Marboe wnn tfie! first to recognise tbe give active aid that dues great good towards LookingFor Ing. ; took his place next to Rosle, helped to '

'genlua of Napoleou at tbe Ecole 'Mill- helping the school. To make a liar Is easy. The formula Is bind, her sheaves when hIe own were
Ulre. Melns opened to &: ,tho\ -way-bu "Just how a p't.ronpay help to make done and at noonday took his share ot
curiosity add one -
to motherly
with Us!tAdtlongtJ two, parts cake: and his draft of milk from
"Haly. Mortler woe one of his fire Repernla. a school a success may be discussed Is soda
Moreitu betrayed him end 5th- opinions this part parental severity and Sapphlra her hands. Then In the quiet evening t
for I believe vary on
profit, ,
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plate. and the
rat was tins first martyr to bid. ,c.iuv, point All will admit that It helps to see cojp when the work was done even-
Marie Louise partook of his blehentdestinies. A chronic liar U the evolution of a lover Ing mcul was over. Peter would rise
the child to school regularlv
that "goes WE'Popular
'I Mrtternlch! conquered him Jboe l of sensationalism. and look out of the door and sny to hIs

on tbe flld of diplomacy. and on time, because Irregular att.olnd.ance I Irian mon of good There are times. when to tell the truth father or sisters' : "1'1!! u flue ulght. I

fill marshals-:Masaena. Mortler, Mar- loses Interest for the pupil In his appreciate sup CANS seems nearly Impossible little tact think I'll go for ti Ml of n strop": And

ttont. Mncclonnld.' Murat and Moneynnci \ class work and tardiness produces confusion I and afyliah shoe. In may avert both the lie and trouble. the bit of a stroll Inevitably ended on

twentyof:: bla generals of dlvlBlona In the school room. The patron I Kid. Sox-Calf.l'touraCaffand Training the wit; to agility Is cleverness the' narrow path through the whin
: uta"- ,nnmf'fo beginning with the must see that the child is supplied with PA font Leattien SAVE bushes up to the stile over which It
When the case Is critical, one may always -
.letter :M.Murat.. the right books for ".ltboutthf's& he cannot was but three steps Into Alec McCros-

:! duke of Raasnno, was the keep up with his grade work. Then ,e rn>f.7 licre YOU frankly refuse to say anything.It sun's haggard and then Herons to where

counselor! J!!*> whom be placed the great- again, the parent should see that he In a, LoiId. Is better to anger by silence than to the firelight shone welcoming throughan
out.. confidence-: His first great bat. and teacher's earn future, contempt; bv an untruth. open door. i
obedient both to parental .
tc! WitS that of Montenotte: bin last MONEY! The damage done to the reputation by Around the,lire the family circle was
the along
was thAt of Mount ,St. Jean. tie gained authority This Is rocky shore the habit of falsifying Is Incalculable, widened to make room for hIm. as a

'' the bqttten' of MoscowMontmlrnll nnd which most school wrecks are strewn Oct. 24 One may bo cruelly misjudged even when matter of course. Maybe he' took a

3 Monterenu. Then came the-ussuult! of the, Nemesis,of the-elmid teacher. On Saturday, dealing In verity by those who know that draw at the pipe and maybe be didn't.
Montmartre. Milan was; tbe first ene ,"Parents forget to pint tt>ems lvrs In a Anyhow be would sit there quiet and
W Will SIt You the Is addicted to mlsstatementa.
mlc! capital and Moscowthe, : last In teacher's place; they forget that the speaker .contented for long enough, talking nil

which he entered. '- ; teacher Is conscientious and U doing the Best_Outings for 7#c. Schnapps Tobacco for 37 ,c. Between truth. and exaggeration II.< s the time to McCrossnu or the.neighbor-

He lost Egypt: ; through 'the'blunders belt the can without the hearty cooperation You also get bargains in trunks. tho lull of Doubt. The use of adjectives men but with quiethappy eyes watchIng -

of steno autl employed MIolIIa to of those In whose Interests' she -labors can minimizes credence and makes the 'user Route the loved nnd chosen one. as-

make Plus VII. -prtnoner.' ,Malet con- that all they know of a flSf Watch this space and keep up with prices.Callaway ridiculous. she sat In theo Bickering light or moved

plred against blm. afterward' Mar ; they' forget Men and boys may he fluently, but they about tbe room. And there was a gleam

v mont. Ills ministers were ilnreti Mon- given! case of school discipline la that obtained S'Co. are particularly eta girl whose word I In her eyes and u smile on her lips

tallvet end Molllen Ills" first chamberlain from a child Interested In present- cannot be depended upon. which told him be' was welcome and

was) Montesqtiletl.: N> ing Its .side of tbe case; they forget that bade him stay long and come again
To be caught In a lie l I" to be mentally
raeJoMtyof children have not a strict t soon und In bIll heart was a flrui resolve -,,

Wordmrorth'a- t.And .. conception; of the ethics of truth-telling,,, black-balled\ by the catcher as soon us ever be saw his way

Wordswortb''"', secret: ? Any poet'ssecrety and when: scrupulously trut.hfulthev_ will To tell lies about onoji-lf Is bad but to to marrying.'that he would have Rosle

-Well for ought we can see, It that falsify regarding another U an unpardonable ( and no other.
remains n'secret, a something. 0"' 'Jar unconsciously lend color to a report THIEVES AND OM ENS.. WHALES' AS THEY DIVE. act.There. This. In spite of all that Is written In i
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I would not warrantParents 1
the facts lu the case
beyond human subtlety to'l.'xpluhllla.lt are no white lies, Petty. lying la story books and silly romances or C
condemning the .. ;. Rut Are the Stave. About the Habit of the
forget hat ,In Criminal omtblnsr I.l. the recognized
't shown the stager ,
Is beyond human ingenuity produce ot aaperatltlon. Oeean. !III0D..... contemptible. It Is so easy to "Infer"that on
action ota teacher a child report.and Irlfili of courtingDonahoe' ,-
The wind bloweth where It llsteth." and wemly way
criminals und mituritlists have you"are a guest of a hotel whose
Some of the most notorious Both whalers
"Genius." "Inspiration" Is hard to lit IU prrsrnco Is not only unjust: to the Magazine.APHORISMS..
Who It would hardly be thought, paid usually held that wln-u whules "sound" note paper you have. bogged. from a rich
without the old words vague teacher but of Incalculable damage
get on ,
the slightest attention to omens pool: they descend to grout depths says friend.It .
though they be. Nay. It'la' precisely morals of the child vet ttie. .foolish .
t. the
have In writer the subject
or-.bad, .the 'groiitest faith superstitions Knowledge. One on Is so easy to read about a gent play :
because they are vague that they serve parents have been guilty of' this stupendous of
of all kinds. estimates thut the larger& members;
and "Infer" have seen tt-to. speak
useful 'Even Professor thai you In all things It Is better to hope thaO'desplllr.Goptbe.
so a purpose follv. are apt to forget thousand yards.In .
Parents The burglar Is a believer In the significance the group dive fully a
Raleigh. after speaking almost" contemptuously character, the capstan and crows) of life;; of dreams and has been a memoir published Belgium Dr. Intimately of personages whom you know .
of "Impatient critic* who only hearsay sight or In a casual way. Adversity borrows Its sharpest sting
Is of morn l Importance than mere knowledge !- known to relinquish M big burgling tent Itacovltzo challenges this belief and
seek to account for Wonhaworth'sr It U to be detected. Nemesis Bishop Home.
Also from Impatience.-
so easy our
warned 100
lias yards
and the .acquisition of -If a dream' the night before states that In his opinion
"amazing Ineq llUq" by assuming that by the. child its him that be will be In danger should he tbe maximum depth to which any Is forever dodging the stops of the liar lie alone Is an acute observer who

sometimes he was Inspired, at other morals and manners proper disregard the warning. It Le.suw a Whale CIIT!'dlvt" and thnt many species and there Is no sin more certain to be ran observe minutely without being

e times not. la heard a little afterward' welg){t.. rainbow be; would l<< consider It to por- cannot reach anything like that limIt., quickly found out. obl'rn'l'd.Ln vu ter.
lamenting that In Wordsworth's case. "A parent shoold 1r8"t acquainted with If the Huvirnts left us Ideas. to our
tend thnt. however reckless be may be. Says tbe writer: To suppress confided truth Is not to
as )In Coleridge's "the high tide Of Inspiration the teacher ofhis, chldr| and, talk'wtth her be'Is' not !likely to full Into the Wily should whales want to go to lie, but tore-dress the truth In order to credit be It spoken!: we moderns are

was' followed"' by a long- and' about the child's' management "possibilities of the police fOr u' splice of bands i,such depths? All whales sound for the punctuate a remark or magnify yourownoranotber's biflldlng houses for them.-A. B. Al-

wandering: ebb. "whore and need; that they may. plan to. months. Burglars blue been purpose of obtaining food. and In the
; One feels like quoting lx>weO. gstberforlta best)nteresi carry a donkey's- shoe. In their pocket' profound darkness of 1.000 'yard what Importance Is to cheapen cott.Money dishonestly acquired Is never '

arrow In such competitions: is "apt ..tdLit "3ometl-'mese) parents get a' notion that, before turning out. beKcrlnj" : ( ,that this food could they get? Those species yourself utterly.It worth Its cost! while a good consciencenever !

the white. Wordsworth! be says, Johnny has been lo-a certain grade long will protect: them'.from dimmer; wull which feed on utitmiilciiles might perhaps : Is economy to be truthful.; It pays.It costs ns much as It Is worth.' -J.

"was not an artist In tbe strictest sense ,others plif then faith to a piece of coal. 1 1which f obtain what they want. But bow dlRnl ed. It may'ofTond, a few .to P. Semi. i
Isaiah but he enough and proceed; :with the consent ,
of tbe word: neither was -they will curry lu ..th'elr"pockets) I about the species! which feed on flshcs\ refuse Information desired but It will. offend The one who will be found In trial

had; a rarer gift capability of beinggreatly and advice 'of the. child' to promote him throughout; their t-nrcer und afterward j and cuttles T At a depth of..1.000 yards more to pervert verity. capable of great acts of love Is ever the

inaplred.Bradford Torrey In tp a higher grade: when neither parentnor bequeath It to a confodertte.Ica I they certainly could not use their eyes The person who Is. popular Is the dependable one who Is always doing consideratemnll :

Atlantic. child. know the-extent; of the work The PM't._..>t. la"..miMllv-.-...... su P eretlP .. tA detect itiinhiiTiltmiiH. .........1". .-.. und we The end of the habitual _.."_,..-F.V.. Robertson.To .
and ills Model. required' to be done In each grade to com- tlons: 'I|t Is stud be will not rob u person have':; evidence I whatever: that* they liar Is ostracism. be bumble to superiors Is duty; to

Phil of liar the 1Igm'M.1D) Phil May's plate, It. and,! both; lotto sight -of the fact, who squints this. being "-accounteda' feed on the self luminous deep sea flab equals Is courtesy, to'' Interiors Is nobleness

Many Guttersnipes" were sketcleO: that work omitted I'n a lower trade' can sign of ''disaster. und If It Imppena and cuttles. If. Indeed there be any of and to all 'safety. It being a
book .
that the be robs contains foreign the latter. On the contrary.the{ available By Way of Inference.Once lowliness, com
from while staying up the riv: never be made up when It It Jumped In purse virtue that for nil Its
memory order'to reach a'higher grade that,' there coins It U believed to augur tbat be evidence indicates tbat they feed" on mandeth those It stoops to.-Sir T.

er. will travel a good deal I !In tbe Immediate ordinary': light dwelling fishes aqd cut. there was a certain old darkey More. .
be lIald.- when'speaking In the child's knowledge )
"One day. will always be a tap
lit future whether la tbQ company.ofa tier which live In much shallower W'bo. though a church member, frequently .
1 delightful :
t on the subject saw a to hinder Its progress."Wlthadvanced couple of officers or not.. there Is nothing cones. But this Is not all. It Is known backslid bn the poultry question One Tae Value of m Vacation.
mcilrl for a dirty rag '
tie my purpose methods. of grading: to show.Svvddlngs. I that the effects of a pressure of more A vacation pays ns much from the
bit of girl humanity. I spoke to. day his pastor met him and said: "Well
ged now coming Into use children will be promoted and tuneralll are'pregnant '. than three atmospheres prove .fit'nl to standpoint of character as from any
her and wrote a message on my card Peter, how Is your Christian conduct?
'4. Next when they have' 'completed satisfactorily with- meaning for the professional thief. human life: and altbonsrliv 10M.be other point of view. Just as "every
for her to. give to her mother. Have. stole chickens this week'e"No
older \ the work of a given grade ;without .To pick a pocket at a funerul would bo lieve tbat whales can stand treble this you any man la u rascal when he Is sick" so the

_: sister morning as! lbe tattered came and In charge unkempt of an as! her" waiting for the end o'f the session :or' to court Immediate disaster, wherens U pressure or nine atmospheres, which : ah! "Dress de Lord I' aln't Hole best intentioned man In the world may

Belt. When I had made my sketchei. for the others In the same grade to complete a purse--'stolen! at n wtolIng'contaIn.. would occur at about ninety yards'depth. no chickens be n brute when be Is worn out physically
child gold It portends the! best of Tuck for Is It conceivable that they could "Any turkeys?" and working and planning or
I asked tbe elder that the bright
of the two of them work so
; tb* thief dUring the ensuing six: month resIst'.the effect of ten times the Utterpressure "No turkeys parson." trying to do 1'0,wltb a fagged/: weary
one If she bad tiny more sisters like may go with his work, regardless' .of the Some pickpockets have a favoritepairor or ninety atmospheres! Moreover "Any geese! ?" brain. The brutal qualities In a man'

'' here lf.I "Oh' ;'Bring yes. four them or round.fire, ;worsethan said! progress of the duller child. ThU can I be .boots that theywear as long as does It seem possible tbat u whale 4o, ;o.t?,.,, NulHo like d'ttt. nature come to the surface, when be

am. done here and doubtless VIII be before they can keep them on their feet and whose body' Is only slightly heavier has drained his vitality to the dregs .
sh "The L< rd Is sustaining yo'u, brother,
.. 'Is the little un to come agalnr
long for It means the saving 6f two to If 'they. are not arrested ,.while they-are than water ut ordinary pressure could lie loses his self control and his passions
asked. 'No, I've done with herTh said the fervently he passed on
: pastor, as
four jears on tbe school life of the, aver wearing .them they cut the boots np. exert tbe muscular force' nefcssqry\ to get the better of him. lie does
next: day they came the little UD.Icluded. child. J Into little. square pieces and give them propel .that body, to a depth of 1.000 "My" ejaculated thedarkey when the things which In his soul he condemns
In It ace
She had persisted ;
preacher out of earshot, "dat was a which he after-
as "lucky tokens" to their pals. yards wan and things for
she said: 'He's my artist, I found hlnfirst. "What can be of greater: Impo'rtancet.ban away _
narrow escape. Ef he bad. ted ducks he ward bates himself! and all because he
careful education'olour
London Tlt-Bltf. the correct and
namely flat.noonyiilker would had lacks physical stamina. The long strain
? When helping In t.blsKreat Car for a Smart farli>K.. a me.
benefit la the greatest children -I'm very IO \TY. tnndam. Lord Palmer-ton's. reply to the nUt This anecdote called to mind by the of the year baa mad hIm so Irritable
Not to return a the right
sin. but not to.!confer: It .Is the esrU.r.gel work be sure you are on blind'while but I t-nh't exchange tM/bat for :yon. 'orate member who nskrdhlrn, "Are denial of Peter OKnlgbt that. be 'Is not a and exacting that' the merest trifle upsets -
road and are not leading Mrs. 8mIthnon--Bit my husband clod there two hens In 'Onlton Is a specimen candidate for Congress as a "Repre en.iatlve. blab H(" goes all to pieces over

} -- -- you scarcely see the way." 'not like It! ,of'.hi. rather boisterous chaff.' little thluKM: which be would not even

FloorwalkerThen, I'd advise. "foe to "No'only; : Ollf'; : .Tbat'a why heggs are notice If he were In good bodily condition. !-
the Tribune remarks
; Meantime :
Mgt's Not Laid By Hen. ina dlvorce.-yracaw. Herald.Jfenn. ., 10 ace I'Ceo there." .-Success.,
'Tb* Tribune has not yet declared Itself
Mr. Disraeli's comment upon a por- i.
A TRIP TO EUROPE: Science prompted and urged/ by' thecommercial trnlt of himself "Is It not btdf'OuII-Bnd on tbe Senatorial\ que tloD. Indeed Fireproof" Wood.

: demonstrated III V Hk<'r' exhibited discernment not the 'irlbuna'does not regard It at all Improbable Though there are a number of different -
instinct, has "Come dear kiss uiy.cheek and tork"vop"aliCsaid
be another kinds of wood ebony Ironwood,
common with' UnfliHtored sitters."Twenty .- that (here may entryIn
l that casein, from ordinary cow's milk- forA'hlnI/.I: Yearn In Parliament. the raceby the time the campaign etc. of such clo". hard 111.or that even
giiJte tin good for baking as the finest 'Til .kiss. It." .ht' answered "but I the fiercest lire bus difficulty In "get

eggs, and a company with 16,900.000 capital don't thlnkt! wants'anT more makingUpe' .Tile, Social to It and the at large
acceptable party !
has been formed for the "fresh" and _, )Ir.. Waldo-Cecil has :a barrel of so far as now known, that Is practically -
cb "strictly fresh" product, of the poultry mor,7.. than either of those now before! the people. fireproof. Tbls Is a sinnll. scraggy

yard. August Belmont Is a large stockholder There are no elevators. running nf> ,..KdlthVaIdoCedlBut la Jbe allrigtit ; .-St. Augustine; record.) tree a native of South America called I

'In this corporation which 'already and down the ladder' of fame socially.? the shopaln.! with thick tough; stringy

,FREE Few people realize the great value of bark full of a sort of fire resisting sap
out Mr. W ldo-Cecl!!-Pb, yes: be hain't
though only,an Infant; outs don't'let them .
cosy troubles
Herd ;
your tbe and This curious shrub largely on
the ulvaleutoft6't00eggs. the least Men how he! otltt-Pucla!! : vegetable crops now grown mar grows
1C' yon would Uk. to tAk. about 1,200 pounds a day ee ran wild.-AtcLlsorf Globe. keted In this state every year. It runs the great grassy savannas, which are

a trip to Europe, tin Thehen's, only remain Into the millions\ of dollars. Before the swept by fire almost every. ;year: during

"World's :Fair Saratoga, Ing advantage lies in the uncbarltable- freeze which gave the orange Industry a : the beat of tbe summer. There it
Kew 'York City or Labe0 the rival product and Its Incaseinent thrives splendidly.. for the annual
O O nerfgpf
O THIS, without having to put In
op any of your own money, alone can be the mother of brood. and r; shipped out the state. hardier' competitors and leaves the
/ i this!. crop now exceeds. that of the ground freo for the growth of this
Jacksonville Metropolis
L write the flocks of chickens.. Casein cannot S-X-.A.I3L1ES:
orange crop proceeding; the freeze- and vegetable asbestos.Tae
0 for particulars
f her of that cherished privilege.
the trucking. badness will continue to
J. -wV. BRPQI1: Proprietor.
not ,
artificial has arrived; but .
Tbe egg
increase In FJ rrlda. The money from It T*...

the artificial broiler fowl capon, rouser STABLES'AT comes easily and quickly, and when con Lily-Well, did you see hart It It

stc.-:Coleman's Rural World. made true? Is she really.engaged; to blm of ,
dttions favorable fortunes
are are *
VBRNON FLfV-BONlFfrr FLf69S9S9S999S9S9S9S9S9 \. Is it only Idle rumor?
n a single season. :No state In theseUnited
OThere Is limit to tbe work tbat can begot Nellie-There Isn't\ a word of truth

Tai METROPOLIS oat of a human body or a human States offer greater and surer ad' In It I bad a long talk with her and

J JSSELJL and heja a wise man who expendsno Good teams to all points at reasonable rates. vantages to the poor man or the man of told her of the men who are ]Just wild
CARTER brain .!
8f moderate means than does our own laIr bout me, and she never said a word

.PUBhI5HINGCO energy on pursuits'" forwblcti' be Is not . Florida.-Volusla Co'Record.111QI1u4t1di I..about hlnx-Brooklyn Life. .
1V fitted.

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An esteemed contemporarysays The extermination of the mosquito We take pleasure in reproducing "]:

EVERY THURSDAY. it is'supposed that the De- by the way is a crusade : the following: editorial which I : Correct Foot Wear. :

Iva.eBlPTIO H r>R ANNUM INTARIBLV mocracy of the Hon. John N. C. that will probably be undertakenby appeared iQ the Jacksonville Metropolis

1N ADVANaa Stockton is good enough, but the Board of Health, more the latter part of Sep- "

that there are other reasons why vigorously than ever. The agents tember. 1f.'
; i I LET FLA A* SECOND CLASS' MAli he should not go to the Senate. of the Board of Health in travel- "The Metropolis believes that >

MATTER That is the first time in some ing through the State, have been there is no state in the Union in

o years that we have heard it said advising the inhabitants of certain which the gentlemen who run its tw+
W. W. ONES. EdIL(r.
that his Democracy was good localities where the mosquitoes -. country newspapers are of a

ADVERTISING RATKS.OX APPL1OATI' Vflilploy enough. are the worst that they higher grade, more intellectual I

Vim.,October 16IbID03. Certainly the people of Florida should use nets, and the doctrine or more worthy, than those in '

., -- .- have not so soon forgot that he is being generally accepted. It 'the State of Florida. The Me- .

If Lieutenant Peary reachesthe was in the Florida Legislatureonly is probable that more mosquitonets tropolis believes that every man, ..... .

North pole, will the flag: stay two years ago as 'an inde- will be used in Florida next if be has a grain of public: spirit, FOR, I "

put? pendent. Democracy, indeed! summer than ever before. Dr.' ought to take his country paper.If :
.. Is it any greater sin for a man Porter is a' strong advocate of 'I he reads no other paper on the D taE.LW":: ..a.. 'VX1 "WV"01VJE:: :
It is reported that all the indicted -
postal officials intend to to bolt a'nomination for the 'Uni the theory that ''mosquitoes are I face of the earth he ought to It is surprising how quickly an un- ,

turn stat 's evidence. ted States Senate to secure an disseminators of disease, and he read the papers-in. his own community inviting Shoe will blast a favorable ,;

.. .. election than it is to bolt a nomi advises be use of nets under all impression. So it isn't safe to. run' ",' 4

Austria and Hungary seem to nation for the Legislature? Andif circumstances where-mosquitoesare "The newspapers of a localityare r
troublesome. chances. Irs far betterto select a _
be "personally and particularly there is any one in the state the best indication of its .
Dr. Porter has declared Shoe that precludes such a result, one
war .
obnoxions" one to the other. who thinks the gentleman named : character, and a poorly paid, half ; I .' .
-! on the mosquitoes, now.tbey had that is noble and artistic in its con
former nomination
J would not bolt the supported. country. paper means t "
makers of tIle do better hunt a hole? I ception, graceful in its outlines,easy : : .t
Map country if there was promised any I a poor constituency behind it. .. : '.S
not anticipate having to make chance of success as quick as be' LOVE IS nA1NSPRINO.-- Therefore, the Metropolis ad- on the foot and so made as to render ': __':. ;.-., ,Ij

any alterations in the. boundaryof did the other a few years ago in vises every one to take the coun- maximum service.. You secure all ,it..., ., :.,

Alaska. Duval county let him hold up Political economists have told I try' paper first. As.much as we | these attributes in the ,; l; .:J '
.. that self-interest is the mainspring
his hands now or' forever after like to have State business as Star Brand Shoes <
Russia bas 250,000 troops and of industry. It is not :
hold his peace. anxious as we are for subscriptions -
warships in the Par East., Thisis true. Love is the mainspring of '
There are some men who hold we believe that we are sin-I|l : Sold Byr- :>
her preparation for leaving industry. It is love for thehomeand I
success of their own aspirationsas cere when we say that when it : r>
Manchuria. the wifearid' the children ,
I Wells S. Bro. .
T. L
.. the most sacred thingonearth, comes to a question of whether .
II II thatkeeps all the busy wheels of "' '
BRoKE I INTO Ills HOUSE' and if Mr. Stockton is not one of man would take the Metropolisor 'f.

8: Le Quinn; of Oavendlnh, Vt., was r<>'> them, then we confess we do not industry revolving, that calls the his country paper, we would .. .. . ';'.,I",", ..;.-
bed of hi* cimtomnry health by Invasion of factory: hands early to the mill ; :.j. ..,
Cbroiiic Constipation Wben Dr. KinK's know the man at all, and we always advise him to' take the -- r. '. '
Dew Life Pills broke into bis house bill that nerves the arm of the black- I
tronbli wes arrested and now toe's enturly think we do. country paper first. We do not '
cuied. They are Kuarnnteed to cure. 25" smith working at his forge, that I J. J ONES. '
Where was Mr. Taliaferro believe that a great many of them II J D '
at t". K.: .McGeacby & Uo. drug! store. inspires the farmer at his plough Just Receiveda
when Mr. Stockton'was runningas have the support that they should ; '..
and the merchant at his desk, I ATTOKNJ2Y-A.T-JLAW ..
When a rough rider gets i into an independent?' He was witha I have and that they deserve; but ; '
that gives cou raKe'tQ.. e soldier solid car ofRex Cllll'LEY FLA. ; :'"
the White House, Hobson feels good manyother_ ,staunch party I we believe that it is not due to
and.patience to
that a former naval and osculat- men of Duval county attempt- Erskine any shortcoming on- the part of Bug'giet4t D. CA RMICHAEL. .
was asked how he A
ing hero ought to be able. to get ing to save the party organiza- the proprietor of the newspaper aud they must be sold ,Com
dared as an unknown barrister, > Attorney at Law.
into Congress. tion.-Tallahassean. himself. By all means take the
.. face a hostile.. ourt and insist on get you one. ...Collections a Specialty.
I country Uhipley; Fla. .'
paper. ,
Have your road commissionerand There is only one way to ad his right to be heard. !I felt my 1- __ ", liywoll*:

done their this children" he replied "tuggingat SAVES TWO FROM DEATH .
overseer duty vertise John Wanamaker : BUEL6 COOK /
says :, : "Our little diuiKliter had an almost fatal I when you can ride In a (food .
not'it robe and here
fall;;if is time they were and that is to hammer your name I my saying is attack of whooping couitb and bronchitis," Attorney at Law,
looking into the matter. A hint your chance, father, to get us writes J\lrs. W. Hitviland, of Armonk, bunny. We sell them on'terms CetrE'r.e'T.:: : : : :FX.osym.asOffico : -. "". '.
and your location, so persistentIv N. If., "but, when all other rein lilies failed, I up stairs in Well bulldlne. '
from you might help to stimulate and into the bread." It i ta this .vision of the we saved ber lite wish Dr. King's New to suit! the purchaser. I; :
so thoroughly people's blioovery. Our niece, who had Consumption t Careful attention given all matter. entrusted .' -..'f. ;. '
interest. heads that if. they walk children dependent on us that In an advnncod stave also used this aside .to my care. Collections made. .., 1. ,
... Lay Agent tor responsible time and fire-tested In-' t I
I inspires us all in the battle of wonderful medicine and today she i is per ,
during the time they sleep they I WBnceampanu. .
It is said that the president fectly well. Desperate I hi oat and lung : ;' I
will unconsciously turn to life. disease yield to l>r Klnic' New Discovery that old rattling,broke-down .J.' '\.
will discuss the divorce questionin your as to no other medicine on earth. Int i '
store. The is fillble for Cough and ColcU. 60o and til : ;;
and WE DO
newspaperman get a new
: you
his annual. message to Con- "It is said, though there is no tattle guaranteed by ii E. McGeacby & i wagon ,, ,
your best friend in spite of your Co. Trial bottles free. i We sell It to -,. '", f
can "
Will his ideas this substantiate one you
gress. on evidence to the :>
as- '
I I ':: **.$ v or
criticism. It helps to build
question become as popular as up sertion, that a restaurant in The St. Louis exposition is the| at a very low price. DILL LETTER. .. ; :
which "
supportsyou. '
his opinions on. the. .race suicide; ? your. When the day comes'that Philadelphia alternates Scriptualtexts biggest thing of its kind ever attempted -: :lso BEADS R DEADS .. '. }.J.l \

with business epigrams, << but it is a great pity NOTE. ENVELOPES' 'i !
Chancellor Mac Cracken saidat the newspapers are dead, the I' "'
will their and that the result is somethinglike that its managers are s6 small as If want harness saddles,. BEADS BUSINESS i1
the opening of the New York people be near grave you :, \! I fSTATEMENTS.
this: "The Lord giveth and
to depend almost wholly for the
University, "I wish we could require with no one to write their epi- Pow or plow !Rear )you can't N CARDS, '" !
the Lord taketh away, "Watch necessary publicity it demands 0 1"
from every freshman a taph. do better than to get It from CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS ;. I
hats and "Man .J
your overcoats; upon free notices from the news- 'r'

Sunday one school of diploma.reforming Thisis New: Before Mr: Stockton comes shall' not live by bread alone;" papers of the country, while us.Otir. MILL COMMISSARY ". ,ua d

York. way any where within reach of the "Try our' hamburger steak with spending lavishly in every other storeIs CHECKS I CHECKS \..kg''t'-.': 5 !

.. nomination for senator he will onions, 20 cents;" "Take no direction.-Press. RECEIPTS DRAFTS : ,
All of the public roads shouldbe doubtless be invited to explainall thought for your life, what ye Yes'it is a deplorable spectacle headquarter for all these WEDDING N VISITING _" a': ;;-W. ,

put in excellent shape this over again his inside connection -, shall eat or what ye shall drink;" ; but did you ever stop to t4 articles.EYEIplHOpLf. INVITATIONS, G CARDS's_ ', 'i' ':';

dry weather, before winter .setsin with the defalcations of the I Welsh rabbit.and'Lobster.a la think; the newspapers don't have' I 't.; I

then they will not be hard to late State Treasurer Collins.-- I I Newburg to order;" ."The wind to accept and publish .these free TO OREB .of; .r""..:.,;'t"I

';keep up. If taken advantage Pensacola Press. '1 oasseth over it, and it is gone notices. See? ..."I',.

Well we should smile; but and the place thereof shall knowit I ';;1 :.\,
early there will be lots less to do I I '. :' .
on them. don't you suppose that he and I no more;'" "We positively cannot The reason why the people are i

his consistant friends" over east be responsible for umbrellasor going to elect Hon. James P. 't : TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES I fi :::d i

A. LOVE LETTER, I have forgotten that little episode? personal property."-Ex.THIS Taliaferro to succeed himself. in
AVoulr not Interost you If,'ou're looking I j
the United States Senate'IS be- TAYLOR"
Tor a Kunranteeu Halve for ores, Buras or COMPLETE ;
i'ilea. Otto Dodd of Fonder, Mo., writes: cause he has served but one term.' .
1 Suffered witu tin ugly sore for a' year SAW MILLS
hiir a box ..t Bucklen' Arnlon Salve cured IS A GOOD DAY in which he has proved in every J'j i GINNING :,:
me. Its the best Halve on eurtb. 23o at 1:1.: ;
E. Jl. Geuoby; & Co. drug store. respect worthy of the confidence OUTFITS .' ::fki"
of the people and unusually successful -

It is said that five sixths of the For you to Bay a bottle of in securing great benefits Equipped .' .7ii, -; :, \'

negroes of Virginia are disfran- for' this state.-Leesburg GRISTMILLS Boiler'Works ; /', A.;. (

,.. chised. They are still better off Dr. Tichenors 2SLntiseptic Commercial. Ss ssss*. r) '!'

.. than the residents of the Dis- r'achU1e' \;.

trict of Columbia where six A Minnesota editor, who evi- MILL Shops d" :-::: .;;.

sixths, white and colored, are For Healing dently believes marriage a failure'says SUPPLIES Foundry ";;.,:_'.'J,"r,, 'I

"One ,
disfranchised. : makes one '
.. Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Etc.TVotliipg kiss; one kiss makes :several H7-.*.* Ulr r.*..,ftr*Proof H.."*..Sfrm*,.._.M_r**..". .. .paiaY.n.. .x:
A htlARPCIIINBSB KDITOU., : Wa will! MaksMtOVwirlntarsstto Figure willi Us. .. -: ; 3
more; several kisses make an engagement -

The editor of the Chinese Dai- Like It! ; one engagement MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO. '

ly World, published in San Fran- makes two fools; two fools makes' kk..e_. MACON, CA. ;a.R. .
cisco is a graduate of Yale, and
marriage one marriage
one, ;
while retaining all the characteristic CURES COLIC QUICKLY, makes a mother-in-law;one moth( O1P rn'' Com ChIara.lotaatu 'rZtIR

reticence of his race he is, er-in-law makes a red-hot time. DlarrhowDystntry, ;,

nevertheless, rather clever at re- In Man or Beast. "-.-- ... the Bowel Trouble of '
I CONFESSION partee,as was recentlyinstanced > flit Aids Dlgatb9. .gu4k1.
I Bev. Jno. S.'C'oxv of Wake Ark., write., BA1 : rrnrnooWOERS) .
when'a rather dapper young fel- I Pleasant Harmless, Reliable. 'For II year. 1 suffered from Yellow Jaun IS A theBoweLStrtngtlttae.
;dice. 1 consulted a number of physician Costs OAJy 25 ceD15 at Dntutdtbe Child -r 6lakeef
low called at the World office to :
and tried all aorta of incdloine, out dot noIrllcf. {; _h .. : EASY.t .
: Oe.aa IS ..... Ie C. J: MOPPaTrr. M. Dn ST. LOUIS. MO. ,
sell a certain grade of Then 1 began the umt ot Electric! .
paper. Ask: Druggist for it. Hitters and feel that I am now cured of adisease ATLANTA.Os.H...10.190X(
The editoraffects the American your thnt bad In It. for twelve I I w. bsn ksndlsd Dr. MoffMt's T8BTHU A Ttathllic Powdsn) STST dgea:Us*"'Isttsdsottoa to ths psbHa
me gruso .... ...sotll onlsraBow
and sndlolira sad .r. is oat
pals ssspraprbnsrr oar In il MMdilr InuMMiil from f to r
of dress :year." Ifyoitwanta reliable medlcli.e srnount la twoo thns baadrad gross w JSM,whlob.Is s TSTT......"sTtd.s style and the paper- for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder tMof la In*SMtlMn of Ihs aoostrr,for Ih.y' sathlac K>.a..mQg.o.meet.Ibs. .....at Ibs__'s ;
debility, Electric Bitten bu4.uu s>mmisiii ss...*...the usbis. .Ioeli1.nl, is iMhliic.TiiB .
or general
house drummer thought he get LAJtAB .kBAXXm DRUG co. Whstassls Onmista -?'
First Its itaaranteed byt.: MeUeacby:
would be smart and opened the National Bank & Co.: Uulr 500. -
i conversation by impudently ask- I -- .
I or 1":1n.rinnun, FIn. The clothespress is a swell affair VICE-PBZIIIIIJIIIT.: CASHIER.
ing, "What kind of a 'nese are

you-a Japanese or a Chinese?" <:oaden.ed ....e_...,sit Close: or Bus>ln...,..pI. .lh,).03- I for garments nice and neat; I" First National Bank,

The editor smiled blandly and RESOURCES.::! LIABILITIES. the hay press is a good machine I,

L' Bills Receivable and Bonds$131,15554. Capital Stock ....:..... ......f 150,000.00U. and does its work complete the I OF JSMdrtOOL! *, FJw C. '
with a courteous bow retorted: S. Bond and Premiums, ... 13,500.00 Surplus Fund..y... 3,500.00 I '
"Before Furniture fixtures....!.... cider press is lovely with its Transacts a General Banking Business. ..
I answer your inquirywill and S24.M Undivided-Fronts,. ... .%...?. 1,157.23:
kindly' inform the Cash and Due from Banks...... 57.82.V13 Circulation..................... 19.800.00 I juice so red and sweet, but the I II I I' Your Bu.lnc.. Solicited. .
you me Redemption Fund.. .. .......... 635.00: DopostM ... ...... ..... .... 137.173.83 printing press controls the world
+ kind of a key you are, and tell -- .

Yne: if you are a monkey, a don- 'Tbt. 189,891.77 '180,891.77' I and gets therewith both feet. I I I WM.H. KNOWLES DIltKCTOR. A. BLODNT.**! F.! C. nR NT. .:' y
B.nI Comrt..a..d: Itu.lnna Vsbruarr 1903.
key, or a Yankee?" The drum wrUten .Ch ", -. W. K. DYER D. O. BRENT :J. B. LEONARD. .
JSTBy agreement* Interest will bit Paid on Tlmo DOP lJlta.- _- x'. In the stock market a man isn'twell

dismar-y. W H. IVJILTOIX". ,"Cashier.' -, f 1, off ',unless. he is:"6n..." ..' ]l Now. Is the time to subscribe fur the BANNER your borne-paper: ..... .. --

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,i:n; j:.)fit.i Tuggle, THE' BANNER 'I.10-. I

,J.,. .. '.--.paOPHIIIToa.: I :::

'\ l"o t Office Directory. .... ,
Livery Feed & SaleGHIPLLSY. I '"(
Office hours7:30a. m. 107:30 p. ro.; except ",

STA.BLE. i Most-hound 8unJa\, mall cloaca at 10:10:: a.m ''lTo a,

\Vent-boumi mall clones at 0:30 p.m.
FLf\ Mall from Vernon arrives at 11) a m..
and leave* at 13 m.,dal lv, except Sundays P15'tS'O-1AL! '
Mall from Orange Hill,Bay heud and St. r

Good Teams and Drivers Can Be Andrews a.m. dally arrives, except at Sunday.6 p.m., and leaves At

Had At Any Time.Prunmm Sunday hours: 0:0(1( a. m. to 11:39: a. m.,
,and from 1:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
;, r.' Otflt Specialty.LODisviiu Money Orders Issued at all hour when
office Is open except Sundays.. Y
.- -- -. -.-. J. M.:: ALLEY, P. M.

k if :"r r. \ I & NASIIVIIM' it. it. inn urn.fe&p &: BANNER. OUR CLUBBING- LIST- Atlanta- i,! .Sufferers From '

I". ,,:,, ..' aso3sxr a sera: =w oxxx asrTa., Journal, per and year $Semi-weekly 1.73.
.A.x No. t. No. 2. f' and Diseases
No. a. .P Kidney
; -:; .0. BANNBIC and Thrice a-week New York
>.. 12:111: n'a 11:05 Lv.. .
p 01 .Pens&eola.... Ar 15:00 a 01 fOO: p m '
World *I.OR.BANNKB .
per yar.
': S:22pm 1:00am .... .Flomaton..Lr! 3:35.01 IhJOpm
; .. 4npm %:5/1.01/ .... .. and Semi-weekly Times-lln-'
!1f' / Mobile ...... 'U:30n't 1:2:
":"Ii'' : 8:35 pm 7:30 p m ...New Orteass... 8:00 It 01 9:3 pm m on and Citizen, per year, 11.50. No matter how long you have suffered, FOLEY'S KIDNEY '
: : BANKER and Home and Farm per rear

...:.W.4 : No. 2 No. 4. NOa.'rEL: : No. t. No. $1.8ft CURE will help you. This we will GVARANTEE.

i:. ;f"'/I',; 11:05 6:111.m pm. 12M 5:30pm pm Ar..Montgomery Lv..Penll&eOI..Ar..Lv. 11:15.111 4:00 p 01 11:00.1I:35pm m TjlK FARMERS SONG, It has cured many cases of Bright's Disease and Diabetes that "

.'. :_(:. 11:59.01 V:13 pm..... Birmingham .... '
8:33: a m 4:38( p m
} !!! 8:30 & 01 8.10.01.: ....LQJI IlIvll II,'. .. .... 6:15 p 10 tU a 01 Oh farmer pick your cotton had been thought incurable, however we do not claim that it will
;;;;ttr: 7:20am l1Mtam .....Ciuclnnatl ,.... 'v:.0p()( m 11:151'01 And lolli It If you can,
'-'i'I"'. : '1:20.01 1:30 p m .......St. Loulll... ...: 4:1"01: 8.55: pmPensaeobtnud And !go take np that mortgage cure these diseases in advanced stages as no medicine can make
< .I
,:. ,' IClver. .. .'uncUt .'. That'll held against your land. new kidneys for you, but

No. 21. I INo.3. I Names oCStatione. No. 22. Out comas the city merchant.
i Daily (No topwh..reillnohhown) I Dafyl Dally With his high derby on,. '

; 1155 n't ''I' Uri a w v. Penscols AI'' t0 t ISO P w 6\ 8(1:11 01 Says' don't you Mr. Farmer,
f/ '
/ 11 15" 1'13" Bob..mla' to 21'. G till "
122G 713 .. YDI.Jlltra 1087" 601 .. Just owe me for some corn I
# 1933 718 E+eambla 1034 .. 1157" ,,
'U35' 795: MIllin, 1032 '1I4. .
.. Oil farmers work the
12.3J"! 738' .. lllir.p' to 13" 540 ,:! harder
it 135) ," 735 ,. Gal& ldty 1015 521 And plant the more land, .
h .
;a, UIO.t39am: : 739 Gou1Range'I'hon 10.101' 580 455 .'. And let !this be the con titry.That's ,

:r.. /; .;; 15.815".. HolliS' 98 n ',' 435"jI. called the promised land.
2I( tJ 30. MlllllfOo 11.211" 4'11' "
& My brlches Is all ragged, !
333" 8 CresLvlew
9:1:1": .%110"
w1t" .!<.t,., ., 3 011" 850 ..', '. Door Land 855 I' 334 t, My shirt Is full of holes;

''.,; .,s ; -- 323 4' 910 .u.. IMoaey (lead 940.n'': 8S16" ..' They were worn picking cotton, CURE.
403" 931: DII l"l1nllokiDrlngs: 8.13s 2.43'"' Against the rugged bolos
,7 ,1'7' .
4 18" 944 'Arlrlft. 7..44 'i 8.31 ..
5 .. : 1 1L
My shoes
are ranged
'I.I,> .5 441) 957 Ponce de"Leon 72\\ V13 : very ,

"" L:1':.; sal .... 10 to .... weaty111e 711".. I 5 My bat la all flopped down; F
'f-!; 5'08 .. 1013 Car.vllifl 71:1: .1 19 i I have no clothes that's fltten .
..'. "' 333 11.l1)! '.. Bonlfay 355 '7 iI"r To wear about In town.
-.., "
S.. : GO' 10. Cblple ,637 "n'o!
'..'.' 1III) ItS Cottuqdale 618 "..1.1: .. On conies the city merchant, of and bladder trouble if takenin
I i,y;t'1i1"': 700 : .. Mtn'laona 6001". .. will positively cure every case kidney
,'. &! With his horse and buggy tine,
I <\.t.. 730 1145 r Cypress 532.. a'm
-5L,9j 11-: ;: 741) .... 11I/ .,. Grant Ridge '//I 3Z. ; 11'22 .. Says If you fall to pay mo.' time, and even in the worst Ha Could Not Slralghtan Up
4 f,w 711i 1'300 ,80Aa. .- 81:5: ',0 1215 D'n Ar. R.lver Junction Lv 214"'T 102'a: m Yes, now you want mv corn, sir, cases; of Bright Thomas Maple Birbeck 111., writes: "I had a very bad

.. \. -- --. ,--- And all! I have to eat.To Diabetes it always gives comfort ,case of kidney trouble and my back pained me so I could

tluetltl Pie. 'pay you for some dry goods, reliedRemember not straighten up. The doctor's treatment did me no good.
.and Saw FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE advertised and..took one
w We often bear of rating "bumble And a little piece of meat. .
pie." In tbe old hunting clays of "Sler- V bottle which cured me and I have not been affected since.
The poor old bumble farmer when the kidneys "
I recommend this
gladly remedy.
BLACK rle Unglnnd, when a stng was brought Can hardly live till fall

down, tbe "quarry was bros<.>o" on tbe Along comes the. merchant, are affected the 'work of Three Physicians Treated Him Without Success
tt spot the choice part of the ven'son!
hetng; reserved: tor the huntsmen, while And sells and takes It all. destruction never ceases, so' w. L. Yancy, of Paducah, Ky., writes: "I had a severe
The wife must do the house work. three of tho best In
DRAU'GHTSTo the case of kidney disease physicians
entrails, heart. Ih'ete.\ .. called In' FOLEY'SKIDNEY
the hunting language; of the day the And make and mend tho clothes, commence taking southern Kentucky treated me without success. I then tookFOLEY'S
And then the old farmer KIDNEY'CURE. The first bottle Immediate
poor CURE at once andavoid gave -
: "numbles. were given to tbe common
K and ,Can see the way. It goes.: relief and. three bottles cured me permanently. I
a fatal malady.FOLEY'S I this wonderful '
kA Of these they made a pie called On comes,the city merchant. gladly recommend remedy.

"numblc pie. Hence to eat "numble All drowned In navy blue, Suffered Taentr-Five Years
pie" became to abase onosclf-apologize Say If you fall to pay me, "
Webb of Moira N. Y. writes: I had beenprescription
Seymour ,
abjcrtly. The trinsltlon: from I will surely have to sue. is made from a of
troubled with my kidneys for twenty-five years and bad
"numble 1'(1': -"humble! pie" was The merchant he Is very proud,
tried several physicians but receded no relief until I bought
aay.'. especially In view of.the significance And that we all do not a specialist in kidney diseases
CURE. After
bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY using two
.of tbe word.A For he wears stand up-collar. and used for in pribottles
have few was years : I was absolutely cured. I earnestly recommendFOLEY'S
Stock and r ultry And a shirt as white fl.S snow. "
S trouble which are not bowel and Death F.l>.li>. Plant. vate practice before it was KIDNEY CURE. .
liver irreg-ilaritie. Black- The city folks may laugh: at. us,
..5; Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine That certain Insect. birds, mammals But what could thayjdo; put on the market. TWO SIZES 50o and $1.00
and to be
reptile hHMtually pretend
is a bowel and liver remedy Without the little village
5Stit for stock. It put the organs of dead when danger threatens them Is a And the city merchant too. BY tia
in perfect: condition. well known fact but It Is generally be- SOLD AHD RECOMMENDED

digestion Prominent: American! breeders and i Ileved that this stratagem is resortedI From! them we buy our goods, a. dletint.IIY! Utco chlpley, .".1. H lilt CK Vernoo, "'1110.I .
Our hats and our shoes.
h farmonkeepthv'irberdesndfocks i I to only by animals. In South America I
And let the
now all farmers
healthy by giving them an occa- however, there Is a plant-n apeclea) of llr Hook or Crook. .
lionaldomoiniiclc! DranghtStock: I mimosa--whleji resorts to dentli feigning i Pay the merchant all his dues. I Several explanations are given of Do .. Wa promptly obt.in U. 8..nd Foreign

and Poultry Medicine m their evidently for the purpose of preventing I Now comes the old tooth dentist, the expression "by book or crook."

food. Any stock raiser may buy a the, grass eating animal from Wanting money too,. Two London lawyers, Hook and Crook YouTake'. .

of 25-cent this medicine Ualf-pouod from air-tight bis dealer can< eating It. In Us natural state this And he says Mr.' Hilly, were celebrated for locating sites of WiL1Jtendmodeltetenoe

and keep hie stock in vigorous i plant baa a vivid green hue, but directly I think your note Is due. buildings after the great fire the owners

.s health for weeks. Dealers generally ; It Is touched by a human finger M y hoRn have got the cholera, often concluding that they must :: photo cf luttotlon(or

keep Black-Draught Stock and i or by' any living animal It collapse And my crop l Is sorry too get back" their property by "Hook or freerepnrl UowtoSorureVnanr nttcntahlltty, Farfreebook i

Poultry Medicine. If yours doe Into a tangle of apparently dead and And the dollars I have paid you Crook." Once voters open to bribery Pntcntp."dOpposite I liMUC-pllflmVO writ:: ;

i not send 25 cents for a an2PIecan withered teuig.--London Globe.Menl.f Amount up to fifty two. Indicated It by placing straws In their THE BANNER ?
: to the manufacturer The .hoe* snd were called "straw men."

1/w Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- sod ff.wen.on.w. .The ugliest sight. a man and when prosecuted for this offense

S : tauooga, Tenn.. EL Henley once met Robert Louis Ever saw. they were brought before Judges hook If not

e ,. Stevenson nnd found his friend! die Is the farmer and the merchant and Crook and often got off "by Hook .

Boarauv, G... Ja.p.trod tressed because be was not a Voltaireor Going to law. and .crook." It not Infrequently happened U. S. Patent Office

.r .BhMlc-Omoht Btaak: awl. PoultryIfxlloincUUMlwiklevartiiMl.. Oartook a .Duninn. though be had nn equipment One holds the cow by a that a writ of habeas corp,," was Why not? WASHINGTON! D. C.BO .

.5 5 WM tookinc bowl......you ..* which: ongbt to-have made him Little curd of silk Issued and as often t!". r''r"A: return .
Stevenson The other by the tall, bad DOt the Inclorv! ',M'in "LJe cat We will send THE BANNER poet pak YEARS
BM the iuMleln..nd now ttooycetttaK ,are their peer. put his "failure"down '
to address, for$1
80 Hi*. TaerarelookincMMroeul. to the weakneM of bin lungs. And their lawyers get the milk. corpus"! -that Is, here I H the body"_ months any ; 25o. for three per moo year the.; Oa. for six: EXPERIENCE

.better.BPBBOOKWOTOW.Fotey's "Perhaps you are right Loulx." said The above SOP? was composed by \V.R. and tbe offender went I scot free, which

Henley." "I've alwuya felt that If I had Key, of Colqultt county, Oa., and action the public regarded as '"bocun OrWe

Ir hot been a blessed cripple I could hnvettiken gives permission" for all papers to use the POCUH.. ." ,

tbe earth in my band and burledIt Fame for the benefit the farmprll.DON'T will send THB UANNBB and the j a
New Yrok Thrlco-a-week World, one :
1ho VToroea off BToro. you
Kidney Cure Into,thepun. lor $ .(1).
DO HAT The women's dress In liougoa shows I
maJres klda ya and bladder right. great variety of color, bnt because of TRADE MARK
Speaking of Imitation jewelry diamond Some men spend all their time loafing DESIONS
their black hued teeth which often OrWe
on the linger in worth a paste hi around waiting for a soft Job with a big are ... COPYRIGHTS &c.q..n. .
filed to'an arch In front they are flS a will' t.n Ung a.keteh.nd de.oriptinn n:W
a send THK BAKNBB and tbe :: : .
the enr.-riiltodelphla salary attachment to strike them. Don't NMrt.ln our e.plnlon free w ether .a.Illventlnn
.. rule not charming to look upon. Their Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year,for,$1.60 I. prob.biy" p.t'!!nrbin f'ommunie.' .
do that.Theboney.
UonutrloU, onnlld ntlal. MAIIDB OK on P.tellt.
G For nearly THE TRUE RTORY OFGEORGE bee hair Is fringed over the forehead antitf'mplCil. pent f rook Oldest er tor.u.urorpMtente.
spends the snmmer workIng Or :
PtentC taken t ' A Co.; reo.lTtfeeiol
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while at the hock It la drawn
WASHINGTON! noHco without la tu.
half a centuryBANNER to make honey for man to steal from _
Into a knot; front wLlcb one end Invniabiy
!' "See hero," said Oeor," Washington, him. Hut the bee knows no better. The straggles. Riving a mart untidy U you want all Word ... -Tn* Scientific Jlm ritan.

,Sr. tu George., Jr" ((who was afterI miser hoards his money through privation '- iffoct. The wealthier women wear luntn BANNICU J'lUrallolwill: The New TOI'II make: tbe, extreme The At. A linnifHomoty IllnntratM w...klT. I..nr_ Mr

rrySSeeds' I ward D. C.-Initials for Daddy of his and distress for some!! heir to squan their Bauer nails very long. In some Instances ly low price of r Country) "did cnt thai cherry tree?" der. Don't do that. B'
a von almost as lout: us the finger Itself & Coii8IBrM *What cherry tree?" Thin; are some people who want so and sometimes the nail la protected Today !Is the acceptable I lIme to subscribe Br.ooh Umt". Bt.WMhlnalon.C.:
badly to "swell" that they lockup
.k..atrka" _tnsherst.er.yr' "The English cherry trcve.What appear with nn artificial shield of silver.
Idsd.f Y.. the front of the house ,and live In '
y yw 110I4'7 a
English cherry tree
"1--' ...._ A._ All ,hare their ears pierced and tinnyof TflB h OA NNRH.
gtk.p.td_....n a Jr.iI ..n.R "Mr English cherry tree." back room upstairs all summer In order them ear a round hone or M. stick r EL'EE: R[)
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FERRY to have people believe they' at the
.. were
.: leetni..reknit.x w hen? asked George Jr. resembling 9 cigarette In shape and Chi fey, Ffa.F.oley's .
"Anytime," George Sr. seashore. Don't do that. .__ OF CiJ ES.r.
answered size t):rust through the, aperture.-Ev-
,I, "What with?" queried George,Jr. We. Know' men' so constituted that ,all erybody's Magazine. Tar
"A hatchet. the lima they are not currying their favorite Honey and

SALVE "Whose hatchet asked George. Jr horses they are scholdlng their "._p" sad "Bat" forchlJdrensafe.sure.. Noo:lafes. .
"Your hatchet children. Don't do that. How the use of words changes! .to .:, 1)-.

the moat he.ling Mtv. in Ui, .-- ,"Which one(" lIe l II not yet obsolete-we mean the well Illustrated by this extract tromBacon'lI Thrice Week Edition .;<{;; ,. ..... .e-
=- ---------- -- 'l; "o' '- "
"The one I fresh young doctor who tries to make peo ..
:! gave[ ,0uO' "Pathway Unto Prayer: ; ( j"
cJ D FQRRBSTER "When?"asked George' Jr. pIe believe that he Is busy. by whippinghis "I.et us pray for the preservation of -OF THE- ,t'fffliB"-rrro" RIs R- .

Justlce-of-the-Peoce. "Any old time,'' said papa Wash. horses on the dead run- through the the king's moat! excellent majesty; and NFW YORK WOULD
growing larger lav. YOUR
Land cooy.allee and all acknowledge, "What for" ftuerlod George Jr.. village street. There art men In other for the prosperous miccesa of Ills entirely -AND'T1IEChiploT I NAME should be on ercry the lilt

menu specialty. Courts, Thnradav. after "See here George," laid O. W.. senior lines of business who try the .name dodge<- beloved lIOn, Edward our prince CUREDWhites

third Monday la each month. tf. "I perceive that noona-irallus farmer In but they deceive no one Don't do that. that most angelic Imp." Banner Painful

::::--- these thirteen blooming colonies can get We never see a young man who thinks In thono days "brat" bad also quite -FOIl- 6 F P Profuse and Irregu-J

you to tell a lie, because you won't toll It Is smart to pretend that he Is ''halfseam another nljrnlflcance.l tu an old hymn 'lop Menses,

W. :I 3.1tiI: : ::(TOIV, anything. You are (o sharp for the cdo-1- over" without desiring to walk up by Rimcolgne Is tbe line: $1.5; PER YEAR CERSTLE'S Ovarian Troubles,

MarlannaFlorida. nles. my bor. Here's fifty dollars In con to him and say, "Don't do that. "0 Ahrnbam'B brat. 0 brood of fEHUII \4CEA.. Falling of the Wemb.1

Insurance. la the verr best companies.A" federate money. Take It and go down The biggest boor on earl I I. the old man blessed swed."-John Bull.. The Twice-a-week World has now become and all other disturbances to which !
Real estate boughs and sold, bmtof terns Into Florida and conduct John Stock who tries to act like a boy when there area C the Tbrice-a-week: tvot'Id. being! Issued e.' females are suoject. especially those I
offered to **-ttl..r.. If you want Insarsoce ton's canvass lie needs,oa. lot of yAung women around. Don't do A felt Hlllcvr. ary} Monday W e< y placed, or want to buy or sell; real that. The mont liberal, offer ever made to the resisted other treatment.AN .
Mrs. :SI endows-Taas. Hiram got rid Tbe Thrlce s-weel.. World
'S estate,, call on or write PARAUAPIIS. public. larger
a W. II. MILTON.Harlanna The foolish man wastes his morning 0" thet brindle cow. tbet aster steal her than any weekly or eml-woekl I newa!>a. OLD CHRONIC: CASE.
Fla. hours la dreaming about what he Intends per iniblUhed. furnlvblng eighteen pages, For live your I r. tiered from) whites!
t Time and tide wait for no 01.... but. the own milk. eight columns wide, week, and the and womb trouble, three pl yau'ian fjii- ]
i undertaker U mpre obliging dolngdurlng the afternoon. Don't do that. Mr!. orntop-Dew tell! I a'posa be hlpley; HABIHKR tor every One Dollar und BlxtyHve : Wt0rle? :)" me I then' bmiin taknip.. ) -
A need exercise ,asechoolboy. ''aa a ft Is possible! for to build each a.f.P.undmycon.llti.ni| )<>.inTtnr'ro.U
man a maD
k a took most anything he could get for cents a The World combine all I
S I Stepping on a banana skin bas started fine year. and am now prll'licllllycuroi.: fln, ne: S Splviiauroin
'. but take It ratel1'' tioust that It can never seem like a .
bert the freshness and crispness of a daily with recunll"" u erii.g\ !
good man on downward home. Don't du nipiJtop'i ]
many : that.
Some of the gnarled and afSKced franwaof tbt Instructive and II eclal features of a women. ilij-,.J..
those who 111'1I. Meadow*-lie Jest got double
A few years more and there will Them are spend so much weekly. v..r ourllv1. e. Kjr. i
"early' age are the rheumatic: bodies log cabins left' for great men to be patb'l time trying to ape the ways of great men w'at be paid fur her; sold 'her'to that Address for further Information wrlrwth Lod!,,t' n..uh DRUP..IE7a;
overworked acrobat- Schoolmas -. that they: never have time to achieve new man from the city es a '" elf ThcCHIl V BANNfcR, 4e.r"I.YOa' ,.[..n..enre. .. F.P.I a
,,, In.' 'i .' ** greatness themselves. Don't do that. ., .ail _ ter. ,_ :: I milker." Cblpley" Via.

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. . . . . . . . Bay correspondent; pne queallorvwe I L. McI IN1NLiAttorneyl 1'r NOTICE FOR FlTJtLICATION.

want to ask each of you; In roar next. Gam.virtlln ".. of the Interi..... I
fatl I L.avvi- I Land Ofn.t Fla.. Sept-5,1W3. f
please tell as la what condition Is the I Notice hereby iii..... that the feUnwinrnamad
Vernon. Florida. Settler baa filed notion" of his Intention to mate
THINGS public roads, stun hoards and mile paste final proof in aupniirt ol/ hi"claim, and that said
SOME! In your community? Please do this. Careful and promprattentlon Riven proof wilt be made before J. d'r..'' Connty
I to all matters entrusted to my care Judge, at Vernon FIs., .'n ctt> ;. l H)3.vizt)
At the last session of the I lenlslator William I D. Griffin of Chipley.! :: : r .. Bd. 28419. forthe .
neK of net of See. 14, Ki 14 west.
cheaper quality the hunting. law was altered consldorablj. Mr. Robert Roblsoo and mother of He name the following .ft.- la prom hi* r'
You should know that you can at our store buy goods continuous rwMenns open "and cultivation of said
Under the law nu game of any kind Pensacola clime ID Friday to spend, a land, viat J. M. Whltr. B. F. Chance J. C. Ford

order them. Especially so from. now ui tll cpo be .lawfully killed until November few days with relatives here. W. C. Sharp, and ChlplHv.I Fla.
considered, than you can --, W. e. Robinson.' .......ter. y
1st. The opening; doer season begins No- Ed. fee pall
We must reduce our stock. Too many goods. FOR BALK.
January. vember Island ends January 31st. whlli' JTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
The Cramptou Property. acre of land-mlb.
Don't;; IMisrSi: This the quail and turkey open season Is from oat idnna mils "*oathwest of Chlptar. Sod all offer Department of the Interior\
November l.. to :March 1st.TIIArTEltalaLE to Mien A.. CKAMPTON Van da Lac. Win. Land Office at Gainesville. Ffa. Sept. S.. 1903. I'e''v'
Notice" Is .
I 4VAny trespassing or cutting of tisaberoathialand hereby riven that the -
: 3000 yards Standard Prints at Sc per yard. 2500 yards Outings 5c, 8c, lOc. and 12c. ... ITCHING. will be dealt with to the fullest extent 011.... I Soot settlor proof has hi fllvd support aotlcenf of his Ms claim intention and that te make aaid.
1 proof will tm made before Clerk Circuit Court at
These Good are Just What You WantDress Caused by SALT' RHEUM can be cur- NOTICE FOR PTJBLICAX1OW.Departatentof Venian. FU., on October 11th. l'/O3. viz: John
ed by the only remedy In the world that I Ila Scott of Sextan Flaw Hd. 18754. for the nM of neM _
know are higher but with us they are sold, with a printed positive guarantee the Interior. I and eM; of n..i( Bee. 22: Tp. 2 N.. R. 13 west. ,
you Land Office Gainesville.. Fla. Sept. :28.1000. f
He the.
nnmes followingwitnesses to
I Iui'nnv
around bottln. will have prove
Goods every your
LadieS I Notice in hereby given that the following. -named
before mutinous residence and cultivation of said
cheaper than ever ; refunded In each and case I
every settler has Bled notice" of bin Intention to make land, vie Sander L. Darls. G. W.Wowoll O. P.
where DR. BELDINU'H SKIN: KEME-I' flnalprnnf In support of his daim and that said Gilbert. J. F. W achob. all of Sexton. Fla.
Plain Black Henriettas 30c kind at 25 cents. 65c grade at 50 cents.. $1.00 kind at 85 cents. DY falls vo-cure whether you have been proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court atVernon. W. G. Robinson Register.
afflicted one year or fifty. It In pleasant Fla.. cc. Nor. 1. 1103. vie :James B. Ed. fee paid.
to U"... Doctors prescribe It. Cot>k.,of Vernon Fla. Hd. 28490 for the set-4 of d
Our tiVttirating..1 Everltt & Borne, nwl-4 16W. and neW of swl-4. Section 11 Tp. 3 N.. R. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

0-13. Cblpley. Fla. He namee the following witnesses to 1>....... his Department ol the Interior. L
Are so numerous and such a variety of patterns you will have to see them. .. continuous residence upon, and cultivation. of aald Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.. Sept. 6. 1903. r
NOTICE. l.nd..1z: Tom And"",,", George Scntt. .1 ack- Notice.hereby given that the inllowis Beamed
eon Yatos Thomas Collins, all of CaryrUle. Fla. settler has filed notice of hia Intention to make.
*&Yard wide Black Silk $1.25 and $1.50. Think of the width and come see the q a1ity. All persons holding warrants register' W. 6. Robinson Commutation proof in support of his dale and
ed prior to dates hereafter mentioned Ed. fee" i.ald. Ittgister. that said proof will' be made before Clerk Circuit

fCT 3E5R XST 1C "OFCT JE*,3E31 against the funds named an follows:, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Court David at H.Vernon Standing Fla.of Wao.au, on October, Fla.17th. Hd.3043.1903.: vie lor

Fine & Forfeiture Oct. 1st, A. D. 1903. the ncK of nwX of Sec. "36 Tp. 3 N. R. 14 west
terms so its General Knvenue': May 1st, A. D. 1003. Department of the Interior. ILand : He names the. witnesses to bin
We will sell Furniture and give you easy : following prove
This line Is complete. you Building July 1st A. D. 1003. Office at Gainesville. Fla.. Sept.Zfc 10O3.f contlr.uoua reoiitence upon and cultivation of said
Notion" In hereby given i that the followingnamedaetuerhufUnnotion ,
Building land m.1'. J, .
Oct. let 1003. Wilcox. Duncan Blue Willis
don't fix home. Let us show you the goods. of to make I Taylor.: John Tiller, all off Wansan.Fla.
your fault ifYou, up your You are hereby notified there Is fundsIn final proof in rapport of his dalm and that Said
the. treasury, to pay same when ure- proof will he made before Clerk Circuit Court at Ed. fee. W.. G. Robinson. Register.
to Chipley make our store your headquarters rented and no Interest will be paid on Vermin. Fla.. on No,.. 7. llJO), TUB Bunion Gay paid.
When you come any of said warrents after date of this of Miller Ferry. Fla.. Hi. 29714 for the w% ofnel4 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '
notice. and sofa of ...1.... Sec.36. Tp. 3 N. R:16 W.
He the following witnesses to hiacontlnnous Department of the llIterlort /
names prove t
; you are always Vernon Fla., Oct. IS. A. D. 1903. residence upon and cultivation off bald Land Office at Gametvifle Fla. Sept.5, 1903. f
Respectfully, land via Franklin. Tiller. Carl Ruse Alfred Notice hereby given. that foIlowhuMumed '
L. II:' HOWELL, Mitchell, :Joshua Drake all of Millers Ferry. settler has filed rot Ice of hi* Intention to main
& Butler. Treasurer Washington o. Fla. W. ti Robinson final proof m support his t.lm said I.
.. a Ed. fee paid. Register. proof will be made before '::1trt" at
ernon. Fl.. on October 11th. 1903 viz: William V
BUSH ITEMS.Mr. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Hambrlck of V_. Fla. Hd.30162.: forum settof

A fall line of Sterling Clothing bas Just Arrived. J. D. Forrester was In our community Land Office at, Gainesville Department. Fla.of. Sept.2\the Interior.! 1900. t f continuous Nee.names 18. Tp.residence the:2 N.following. R.upon 14. west.He witnesses and:.cultivation to prove of said his

last week doing buntneHS. Notice hereby siren that tnefollowmgnanwdsettler land vim Alex Potter Genres Gainer. Henry
has reed notice" of his intention to make ,,
Davis. Joseph Roche: all of V"""," Fla.
Mr. Godwin, of Bonlfay was In this final proof in support bbt-<:Ialm.. and that said W, G. Robinson Register.
proof will be made bmforeClerkCIreait Court at Ed. fee -
community last Monday. on business.Mr. Vernon. Fla., on Nov. 7. 1TO3.. via Richard Peterson ,_

o < Just received at Farrlor Itnis., a nice now YOU CAN ttvn-r CIIIPLBV. of Millers Ferry Fla.. Hd. 3052O Po'' the NOTICE FOR PUHMCATION.Department .
g eweChurch i ; : I. Henderson of Vernon, passed! ett of swl-tor (Lots 10 and 13)) Sea VS. 1 N.
Director- line of ginghams, cheviots. French! flannels R. 16 W. of the Interior t
etc. Here are some ways you can Injure through our community last Monday.We He names the followinir. wltnusuur prove his Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.. Sept. & 1103. r
M.\ E. Church Soath.Preaching every Chlpler; be careful to avoid them: continuous residence. upon and cultivation ol said Notice Is hereby given that the followingnamedsettler
1st and 3rd Sunday! at.ll a. m. and 8 m.* Mr. F. M. Famor and daughter. Mrs are having very dry weather now; land vlr Rene Brown Frank Brown, John has filed notice his intention to make
: p. Rollins, are spending some time with rel Opposo Improvements Jackson Warren Smith all of Millen Ferry. final proof In sop port of hi*claim, and that said
O. :N. Wlnslett Paator. Alabama.We Mistrust a Rood shower would, be very much appreciated. { Fla. W. G. Robinson proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at
men.Bun :
atlvcs In onr public
Sabbath School 10 a. m R.I. Miller Ed. fee paid. Register.,. Vernon. Fla.. on October 11th. 1903. via: WalterW.
Superintendent. I I sell the Clover Brand hoes all the our town down ID the presence of Evans Millers Ferry Fla.. Hd. 28541.! for
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ',the. sell of nel-4, nl-2 of sell and nel-4 of swl-4 doa
Young Men's meeting Tuesday time; be sure you try a pair J. R. McUeachy strangers Mr. Arnold Jndah and wife of Holmes I $ 32. Tp. 3 N.. R. 16 _to ,
prayer Department of the Interior. L
nights. Everybody cordially Invited. & Co. Doing your trading In Chicago or New Co., visited relatives this community I Land Office at Gainesville.. 1'1.' ..Bepat; :; ,19O3. f I INotlcojs I i> continuous He names residence the following upon* witnesses"and cultivation to prove of said.his. ,

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Home are the proud York. last Sunday' hereby given that thefollowinjr-named ', land vim J. W.Burke. 9. C. Burke. John W.
Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd born : settler has filed notice" of bis intention tn make Carlisle. J. D. Raley. all of CI.r........ Fla. t
of a fine baby girl It was
and 4th Sunday. S. B. Rogers, pastor. last Jlarent Friday morning. ; Refuse to advrtlseln your home pa- We are glad to note that Mr. J. T.Cook ,! proof final proof will be la made support before hi.Clerk claim. Circuit"and that Court said-atVernnm. W. G. Robl_ Register., A
Ed. fee -
Uabbath School:! 3 p, m. J. D. Forreste Is able to stir out again; he was very sick I Fla. .. on Nov. 7. llJO), vim John J. Drake. p.ld.NOTICE
Superlnteneent.Prayer Ralph Wlselogel returned last week per.Discredit of Miller Perry Fla.. Hd. 29873. for the eH olnel4
Meeting Wednesday nights. the motIve'of public spirited for a few days. I : nwl-4 of ....t.. and nel-4 of ..wi....Section :2, FOB! PUBLICATION.
from St. Andrews where .he had been men that are working for the Interest of ; Tp. 1 N- R. In W. Depart ment of the Interior. I
III E 8 : 8 ; D.; : 8 ; 8 : : pending a few weeks.Don't Mrs. Fannie Powell of' Holmes Co., He names the following1 witnesses to prove> his Land Office at GahiesvlllD. Fla. Sept. S, 1903. f
Chlpley. i umtinuous renidence upon and cultivation. nf said Notice hnreny rive that the followingnamedtettler -
visited r relatives this community lint land,vim William W. May.'Jr- baa Bled. notimof his intention to make 4-
the cash store Is at J. U. face when flliJ.n.W;
forget Lengthen your a straqger
Town Topics. and ler. William W. May ST.. Atford final padiesappnrtdhisdairy and that said .
Saturday Sunday
McGeachy & Co. When you want goods talks of locating bel'''. : Millers Merry r cheap. KO to them. W. G. Robinson Judge g'Vernon Fla..on October I'ft"1'11J" vim _
........oa If a man wants to buy your property, Mr. C. C. Moody and wife, of Caryvllle, Ed. fee paid. Register. A..a W. Swindell of Duncan. Fla.. B d. ZT-HO." for :

Gathered Together You bad better begin ta! eave.up your I visited her Mr. and MT*. D. N. 4 N. R. 14 west. r
N.w., Farauermpb! ; charge hIm two prices for It as It Is your parents, t"n: : to prove htocoatlmuws
for Uu..cU..r.. dIme to pay that $1.60 for a dog collar last chance to give the town a dig. McDonald, last Saturday and Sunday. reoidence upon and cultivation ef said .
Department of the intern I
S--8 8 : g 8 B B : 8 g 8 : g g : for that dog you have got. land. vie Archie Duncan, Cornell Duncan Mark
'I Refuse to see any merit l In any scheme l\llul'arrlo Flnney, of Bonlfay paused Land Office at Gainesville. Fin. f Bowen.. John Wilson all Dmncae.. Fla. '
Read Wells Bros shoe adv Sept.21. 1903. } W. G. Robfuaon. Register.Ed. .
Fewer marriages would be failures If which does not tend to directly benefit through here last Monday and called on Notice" Is hereby given that thsldkrringnamedsettler fee paid. '

See those lamps at Farrlor Bros.. the contracting parties were not such your Interes'I I her brother Mr. Cleveland honey who final pronl has m filed support notice of of bin his dalm intention and that to make rid ,- -

.. .. proof will be made betnra. Clerk. Circuit Court,'at ,
during courtship.If .
school school
hypocrites the Grant
Outings: Outings Outings, at Callaway was teaching at DUMBERFlooring !
We had a pleasant call Saturday. after. I V..r. Fla..011 Oct. "26. 1904 vim William D.
& Co. want a good suit all wool to fiouse. Hewett. of Bonlfay. Fla.. Hd.3132 tor the seK of
you rilea noon from Mr Honry Llgon "of Allle Soc. 26. Tp. 4 N.. R. 15 W.
J. & Co. sell
McK. Campbell\ was In town a few days R. McGeachy ; they We are sorry to note that the little son He names tha following witnesses to prove his ,
moos Mayfield clothing.: while here he remembered financiallyfor continuous residence upon and cultivation nf said .
this week. which he bus our thauki. of Mr. and Mrs., Curtis[lodges was badly land vim :J. W. Yates W. J. Levin*. Warren Ceiling, F+
The way to grow In a business .way Is with hot.col'ee' lastSunday Watson Benj./ Pipkin, all of Bonlfay. fie I SIcllna.
Good syrup 30o per gallon at Farrlor ,I scalded on W. G. Robhwwn.
Bros. to keep your name and your business Sheriff J. A. McKelthen and family morning; we have not yet learned the. Ed. fee paid. Register. Finishing and Dimension staff famished' a

constantly before the public.Mr. came tn last week and now occupy the on short notice. You can bnlld without j
Mr. O. W. Mullen of Marlanna was particulars, but hope It Is notorious NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION having toshtp our lumber from other
kere Wednesday Withers. of Lake County, bas, been building vacated. by Mr. L. Wlneogel.We !) Department ol the interior > place, as It 1st! manufactured right here

spending some days In this vicinity get extend them cordial welcomn. NOTICB Land Office at Gainesville Fla., Sept.: & 1903. f a' home and the money you upend Is
Marvin Tharp spent a few days this Notice \\f hereby riven that the Mlowlnvnamedsettler kept In circulation here at home. which
ting up a list of overflow lands., Mr. W. II. Ross returned Friday from OfCreatlonorNew Election District. has Bled notice of his Intention to make. add.. to the business of our city and to the

week at Cottondale. Mlddlo'FlorMa whore he spent the past Notice Is hereby given that there" having been final proof in support of his claim and that said I I general benefit of oar eltlxpns: Ho build
Our sewing machines and onr priced petition with the requisite number of signature proof will be made before Clerk. Circuit Court at you a good house now; and be up with the
We sell for cash and cheap.-.. R. Mc- will salt yon. We have a great varietyof year cassava farming. He was a pleasant presented to the Board of C<...ntr Commissioners. Vernon. Fla.. on October. 17th. 1903. via Banders rapid march of our en,'" progress. We
Oeacby&Co. styles.Brooks & Godwin Vernon.! asking-. that a new election dbitrlct be wtahllMhed L. Davie of Srzton FI.;Hd. 2U62. tor the ntt of will tarnish
office the lumber at market
visitor at our Saturday.The you
; it is considered and ordered by the Hoard that owl(. Sec. 10. Tp. 1 N. R. 13 west. I/' '
,Col. D:I1. Home, of Orange mil spent Man wants but little here below, but there be an election district cstabllHhed. to be He names the following witnesses to prove his price. Con see us. .
Baptist Association, of th=e district known and described as hereinafter provided. continuous residence upon and cultivation of ....IdII.nd..a GULF COAST A NORTHWESTERN :
Saturday In town. when he falls to get It he howls Just as and will Said election district to be known precinct No.. John Scott t.. W. Sowell. C. P. Gilbert '
convened at Boulfay Thursday LUMBER: SAWMILL CO.
J. F. Wachob, all ol Srston.. Fla.
19 deacclbed and bounded as follows. tow It I UeKlnrlnz I'
Shoes at Farrlor Bros can't be brat much as If he wanted the whole earth. contInuo until !Sunday.:' No doubt Chip- at Choctawhatchea river where township I W. U. Robinson. Register.Ed. .
M. R. Pritchard Man. .. .
for price and wear. line dividingtownships two and three cronxes he paid. .,
John Campbell went to De Fnnlak ley will be writ represented there on that said riven thenno. eat along said line to rang I t ,

Mr. John Campbell spent Sunday with Wednesday; to attend the funeral of Mr day. line dividing ranires fifteen and sixteen; thence
north along said Mne to township 1 line dividing G
his parents at Argyle. Edge, which took place there Thursday. "Eminltt Wilson hits returned from his townships three and faun thence west along: said --I
N line to Choctawbatchee' ; thence down Ch o>
Read Callaway & Co.'s adv. this week. Don't forget that( Farrlor Br 8. represent Vacation spent In Virginia. H? left Friday tawha tehee river ti> point of beginning-. The DEKLE & CO.: Bankers .
Something doing. Lanner A, Co. for tailor made polling. place for thin new election district shall be ,
clothes. The best on earth. for DeLand where bo will again en- at the Bohama fvihu; House. In*ald election district ..
Callaway & Co. wants to see you on ter the Law Department of the Stetson hereby eatsbllshed.. No. 19. G -U LIEY. FLft :
This order to be published In the Chlpler BAHNKR.
Oct. 84th. Go see them. Mr. E. L. Cowan, of Honlfay, was one University.Mr. a weekly newspaper published at Chlpley.
!I of the visitors( here Saturday, and placed Washington County Fla. This bankolren Its services for the transaction of all branches of legitimate
Plantation Chill Tonic Is the bunt. 30c Done and ordered at regular meeting Board. banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention, and all remitted
a bottle at Farrlor Bros. an order for stationary with the BANNER. i O W. Cook state manager) for the October 5th, M03. for: on day of payment, at current rate of exchange.

Machinery :J. W. CuAVsnr. Chairman. .. W ixf
: Deerlng Harvesting spent lieU your business : m.
Hiss Lizzie Richardson returnedMon- :J. L. JACJCSOK.
Say, how about that $1SO for your dog *TT* T; '
several days this week here. Ha says W. C. Loc it KY. Jon N sunrf.
tax? Have you got It? day from Westvllle where Ibo spent a" Clerk. A. W. Wasxs.NOTICE I I
1300! of these taachlnes have been sold In
few days combining bu lnesi with pleas-
200 Ibs of nice clean salt for g1.l5.- Florida this .
Brooks & Godwin, Vernon. : are
Department. of the Interior t
Mr. E W. Loveless of .Pensacola,' was Miss Brantley of Texas who has been Marshal Harvey has been trlmlng the Land T>ffice at Gainesville. Fla.' Oct. 12 1903. r

I for few the Misses shade trees this week out all the Notice" Is hereby given that the followlng>named I ; ,
here cutting
In town a while Monday. a -Malting settler b.. Bled notice of his Intention to make

Collier, left Tuesday for Sneads to visit I tie limbs eta It Is now against the law final proof In support of his' claim and that said
When yon want. good smoke: go to proof will be made before. Clerk Circuit Court. atVernon.
Farrlor Bros and get a Crest Ray relatives., I to tie stock to shade :'those loter-, Fla....n Nov. 21. 1103.)( vim Dank A.Hasty. !
I .of Bush. Fla.. Bd. 7nib! L. for the T/M of THERE MAY BE
Campbell & Butler Is. having a big cut :Mrf Monroe Campbell, of Pensacola, .. fisted will please take notice. nwM, nw'-C' 0(.w' )( self 01 DW)(.'See 8. T... 3

price sale. Go see about It. spent two or three days here last week When a man Is born, the doctor Is called NHe name.the following witneens\ to prove his

the of his brothers A D. and John continuous residence upon andccltlvatlo.d said ,
See our clothing, shirts and shoes; all guest and gets a ten and the newspaperman land. vlai Joseph Martin, C. B. Wall..... J. J. Larger stores than ours but ice y

good and better. Callaway Co. Campbell. gets: 000; when he gets married the I Waller of Bush Fla- C. B. KUlingsworth.: of ,

The merchant who does not advertise, There can never be a successful school' preacher gets a ten, and the newspaper V_ Fla._ W. G. Robinson.Ed. Ii@ ; venture there is not one in town '
fee" paid. Register. ,
soon becomes a back number. anywhere unless the patrons give the I man again gets the 000; and when be where you will /lnda'neater or .
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teachers their and dies the undertaker gets ten tens and the
support>> cooperateswith NOTICE FO3t PUBLICATION. ,
Mr. J. W. Brock, of Bonlfay, was one
them. newspaper man get 000 and cussed for Department of the Interior. L more..u -to-date stock of goods
of the visitors here Saturday. f Land Office" at Oalnesvitle. Fla. Oct. 13. 1403. f ; ,

Don't forget we sell the Mavfleld suits Messrs. Campbell & Curable, editors! of not writing a longer: obituary.. Notice ha la. filed hereby notice given of that hi* intention thefoilowinvnamedsottler to. make . .. .. . . .. . e .. .0. .1

and panto.-J. It. McGeacby &; Co. the Gracevllle Messenger were In town We call your attention 'to the Feed final proof In support of his claim and that said '

II. W. Brewer of Uartow, was one of Friday and wore pleasant callers at. the. Livery and Sales: stables advertisement proof Vermin will,I Fla.be made, on Nov.before 21.Clerk 1103 Circuit via; Charles Court at B. We don't bag inClidofs. /3I

..._ _'.h__.. I.. ", ., ...__ .....-...__ BANNER: office. of Mr; J. VT. Brock, of Bonlfay. which Klllingsworth. of Vernon Fla. Bd.77877. for the --
tuv vismura vuipiey Auesuay.Talk wM of nel-4, eM ol nwl-4. Section:: 14. Tp. 3 N.. R. -
We hays Just opened the largest and appears on the first pnao. lie baa stables -,l5w.I I?
less and think mare.:>> This Is good I He names the following witnesses. to prove his
finest line of capos jrckets. and fine at Vernon al'l well as Bonlfay, andIs continuous residence upon and cultivation of said ; B.I.we buy a lentv.nil that which
advice to give but bard to take. dress goods ever seen In Vernon. -Brook land. via: Daniel A. Basty. C. B. Waller :1. J. ) ;
&; Godwin Vernon. prepared to accommodate the travelIng .' Wailer, of Bush Fla., J. B. Elliott of Venwn.Fla. is and up-to-date.
Furniture Furniture!! Furniture!!? at all times with team nobby .
public good
We've got It.-Brooks & Godwin Vernon. We are now hawing some of that weather W.O. R..bl"....... -.J'
at reasonable He will Ed. '. . .
which prices. Rive special tea" paid. Register. It T e J I .. 0 -o .o..o. \
Circuit ()Ierk'Y.. C. Lockey of Vernon. for Florida Is famnueInvigorating attention to drummers' trade. I .1Dry'

spent !Sunday: here with relatives. breezes' during the day and delightfully I / I CONTEST NOTICE. Goods andGents' I

cool 1 nights. Advertising says the Gainesville Sun Department of the Interior. I
Matrimony I Is a paying .Institution-for Land Office at Gainesville. ..,... Sept 3: 1403. f t.. '
ministers!, doctor. and divorce! lawyers. The man who carries a big adv. In the Is the life blood of business.! Every' good A sufBclent contest affidavit havingbeen. Bled
advertisement will start. the ball' to roll to this office by Oscar Simmons, contestant
hkA Campbell & Butler, can affordto
paper against Bd. entry No.. 28603. made Dec. 1O. 18911.fur ; Furnishings. I.j
The Clover Brand shoes are the best sell the best tobacco; go try "Big Au Ing and keep It rolling. Continuous' ad .M of owl)( and ..H << nwK. Sectkm 33. Township
for tile price sold by J. R. McGeachy & 3 N. Range 15 W.. by Jesse C. Smith. Contestee. -
Co. ger" but don't get (all. vertlslng creates confidence; The popla I In which It !.alleged that said Smith has In this line we lead the van,'and if you will
believe In a business man who can stand wholly abandoned said tract of land and been .A
Mrs. John Kent,was carried to the hospital There are two ways todo printing absent th -ra mm for miss than four year next
trial bf the public. No1 buAness man can 1 prior to the data t....""" said absence not being only give us a. chance we will it to
r at Chattahoochee Friday for treat- right way and a wrong way The BAN 1 f' d..to.m".no."t In the. Army... Navy hi time prove you
ment. only Send In afford to ntoo> advertising unless he Itcontented''with 1 of war. said parties rrehereby notified' to appear |r . .. . :
I HER!: does the right kind. his business. TbA ms : I respond and ofter; evidence touching said aDega a. 0 0 .. r . .. 0 a .oti:

order for stationary. nthis at 10 o'clock a. m..on Oct. 30. 1903 before. J.
WANTED. me cottonseed on snbcrlotion your who I 14 contented with his business bat I i R. Wells County Judas at Vernon. Fla.. (and The place ...
; market price paid.-T. C. that final bearing will be held at 11 o'clock: a. nrn, .
U. S. Court will convene at Pensacolaon no heed to advertise, for he has reached on Nov. In. 14O3, before) the Register,:and Rs- s

Jones. Oct 26th. and the following are members the flood of the tide. But 'after flood '1 lithe I.1 ,.miser.......... .at....the.. United State Land" Office In Galnes1 -,f Karrior Bros.

Overstocked on haul must sell them. of the Petit Jury from this county ebb always. Thai nothing can stall The said contestant havtnr. tn a proper alHdavlt. 4i
filed Sept. :I 14O3 set forth 1 facto which show
soon and avoid the rush. :
& Cu -Callaway Charles S Mountain. A. J. HathUs.Thou. la a state of rest Is one of the laws of nature. ,' that alter due diligrace personal service el this
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> notice cannot be made It ia hereby ordered and ,
: W. Miller A. J. Everything or decays. Nc,
J. Watts. Walter grows directed that such notice be given by due and
Mr.J..' II. Varnum. of Note. Fla.. pass MIller E. C. Tharp. O." F Stfrett. T. T. business can remain at a standstill foi. proper publication.I .
ed through here Muuday F
morning on tt W. O. Robinson Register.J i
trip to Alabama. Markham' any length of time. J Henrv S. Chubs Raadver.r L I
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