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Title: The Chipley banner
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Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1903
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Vol. XL Chipley, Washington Co., Florida] Thursday, December 3rd 1903 Nuber i 24 j 3

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.- -A...- -. a Talk of Compromise. Columbia' Liberal'Offer. z.zx.. "Y' ,
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; I The question of an early primary Is be- A dispatch from Washington, dated r ; .
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: CALL1t'Y'T & C4' lira genera 11; dbcus8.d.( and there some November 88.! sarsr Ucnrral Reyes arrived I t :.-1 :;IOI \.. .
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tile held In April
r .s opposition to same being here shortly after 0 o'clock this : j .
.-and leading polltlclaniC believe tbe morning fie wan met at the station bya .1 .; ) Ki
SH-O'ES. primary)' will postponed; untllthe mid. son of Dr. llcrran, tbe Colombian Just ; I I ; i(

dl''ot Iay. charge and went at once to bin hotel. C T.J"j\ \ ;
It Is'said: In political circles that Sena.
General talked with
Reyes
CL, .. a reprcscnta- liK
( Do'sI "' .toe 'l' IIArerro'! "i friends are desirous a live of tbo Associated Press about,big I -! -_ '
You 'Won't law primary In order t.hatJ.be Senator: mission lie said: '

II I 10 if can have an opportunity to make a can-:i "You "Ill.| readily admit the proprietyof ; eeeive fj:, ; ; yI

lYhat J/OU ought do. Ullltss you set us Vftos of the State. Jmnlngs and Stock my refraining from discussing my mission [ r

BEFORE ton's" friend It la ullrged desire ari early' which Is of a confidential character, 8

I BUYING. primary, and It may be that M&JT 13th but; of the offers which Colombia Is ready K .' .

What will be a compromise! bctwemi the con- to nuke. I desire to say that my energiesand Solid ;' ,, 'I Ia It
you necd.4 tendingplomonis.. Jtt Is also said In 3 ' o political l them of. .m, fellows will be devotedto '

.f/( ) C.si..v .y.VJ 'GsJ CIJf" circles that a majority of the-. X" the granting of tho canal concessions I .. Cars of ;r. I ,
eom'mlttee
Norr ONLY" cutlve \>Ill agree to a conipro to tbe United States without the. paymentof .
.) '- mice; placing the holding of the primary a cent. Even at this Colombia will be

;1/lfal nerd but rchdt about: 'the,middle of May. The exec ntlve tho aIJler."
fcantrIN and
you you WAGONS !
o., ,. .. 0 commlttP.11I In all probability sect In "Are you authorized by President Mar UUJ1ESt!
January to. pOI feet all the arrangements roquln to make this offer to. the Washington I I.

Metropolis. government?" General Reyes was .
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That would be divulging my Instructions
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profit by It. Nothing, "Is more apparentnow canoo .say more aboutthis, now" here I
: than the fact that but fur the want plIed. -

Trunks, ; .... .. of .confidence; In the Democratic party COLUMBIA IS ENTHUSIASTIC.: Our Prices are Right!

victory would be almost a certainty li "You can further say." continued the
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: ; : :. This of confidence Is the
; ; 1004. want re- general l. 'that alt Colombia Is afire with

.<, Groceries S ault'or Bryanlsm and the money craze. zeal.for the building of the canal by the We also have on hand I

Tbe money power of the country will Uultrd! States and tbat the unfortunate

... never trust any party that baa not sound political troubles' which were the sole the VERY BEST STOVE ton

views on. the money qup.Ulon.-Tampa csueoof the .treaty's death before the

.S30HS Tribune.. Colombian congress, have entirely disap I the market] at prices I
It I 101 not so much the money power as It peared. Wo ""lIon'the canal and I have,

l U tho solid business Interests of the country come to Washington to. see what the peo. that will please. And
In every line from the farmer to the pie of the United States:! are prepared to

CALLA .Y Ie CO. trill owner and railroad magnate, and accept. I come with Instructions front: we keep at all times a "
even the prosperous laborer who have the president of Colombia\ direct, My I I
J laid up part of their earnings In savings mission In no way will Interfere with the line of
"tI banks. All these; will oopose the Demo. prerogatives\ Dr. Herran.the Colombian very complete
I :: WHAT is WEALTH PHIL MAY''S BARGAIN.I' .
era tic party long as It threatens to disturb
I 'I so charge for -whom both my A'overllm alt

II..lth and Ability <.. Work Belterruao I An Experience. . Ar i.t had \\'11111 the present safe- financial conditions.Pensacola and myself personally have the greatest HARDW1. RE.
\ :Money *">4 W.r.r. J,. ."Itorbg C..J.rer.An News. respect I shall be In dally conference I 'I'ColIE
I Does wealth consist: \ la Inoue houses, amusing story Is told_of the artist with'him." .
, lands, bank Blocks, railroad bonds,etc.. I Ioloue .Phil May and an Kngltola conjurer at a Good Advice. "NVhat Is the feeling In Colombia about SEE us!. E
? .We tbliik not. The young: man fair at Stratford-od-Avcn. ThH vns In Here Is something that will bear repeating the Panama revolution, ?" u -- i.. .
wUrtlns tn life with no Ltonoy, but the crowd which bnd gathered td watch until has It
v every young man I I "Feeling la: running high and there Is
with good dteoftUoii, good sl!! , good a very clever, gentleman wUo.was: wrapping committed to memory: "Young man,' Indignation over the events on the Isthmus. I I & Coleman. I :
health anti ability to work In noiii up sovereigns und half crowns In Harper 0 il
profitable, employment) bas what the pieces! of paper and selllnz them for..2shtlllnss. did you ev'er pot, your arms around your I f We can and will put down the rebellion ..d
dear old mother who has laved and car- with
The had beautiful If not Interfered from the
aged eal/Ita't:' would be glad to exchange "slinrp" a I 1 I B
f ,nll lit* millions/ for. face-such n face'a. rhlf May loved to ed for you and tell her that you love her outside. 'tio:: tense I Is the feeling and so OKEXIPJLilESY, 'FLA.- l

( \Vlint_,compensation In money, for draw. So lie sketched him furtl,! ely, and are grateful for the tears she has national the ,spirit of determination to I ;
I sleepless nfffhts! : and painful dugs or Hut gentleman, taw. hIm otlJ1de shed and the prayers she has offered for bring the Iathtn.ua back Into the republic L .1tM

the uilai-ondutt of dissipated children a speech forthwith. you? She mac think that you love her that President Marroquln will have no rrxOr/\ / N1 a t!
,Which brlnjn'i\ the greater happiness "If that there celebrltcd portrlt paInt. without assuring: her that you do trouble In raising an army, twice tbe size
r the gutter! s! r.v. Jealousies cud falsityof er" with the tight: breeches:: on will) 'and but It coats you but little effort to tell necessary to put down tbe disturbance.Such of violent denunciation,
fnshioiiuble, life or the heartfelt up the plctcr; the equally celebrltedbenefactor Hanna Hurries to New York.
her and words I
your may bring more joy an march overland to the
I army can
to 'oomanl ty wot in alvlQ'Away A dispatch from Bogota sayit A. man .
friendships tt.e Uynies which of the prevail ludnstrlous so largelyla ? quids' for coppers will reward '1m add sunshine to her heart than you ever IsthiQCB l the opinion of Ill-advised persons prominent In public affairs has Informedthe I A telegram of recant date from New
poor Accordingly/ ; lib shoated. dreamed of. Some voting men will pay to the contrary notwithstanding. York City has this:! to way of Senator
correspondent ot the Associated
tli millionaires
In bow f palaces of oar
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will you find greater boppl- Phil with a twinkle In his eye band two dollars Tor a lively rig to. ride three ."What can tho Jolted States do. now Press that the Colombian government I Huun*'* visit: to that city: He went directly -

pees In the parlor thou In the kitchen? *d up the drawing. The conjurer was hours with a seventy-five-. girl and that a treaty has been signed by Secretary would await the result of tho mission to. to the \Valdor -A torla, where
How ninny u1IJ11onulle.111 tcjl:}1 you delighted with the sketch and pinned It tell her all the nice things that they' can Uay and M. Dunau-Varllla?" Washington of General Revue before deciding Jovernor-eloct Uerrlcb.of Ohio, has been
to the tailboard of his cart. With an think of tbat. are true and more than are for several ,
DON'T days.
that tlicyArc iiiptiler now than when other speecU be threw' FLEASE : IHTBRFKRIt.: : upon Its policy as regards the new
starting In lift wttLout: u dollar? preliminary true'and don't spend five cents or five "That treaty has not been ratified The republic of Panama. The general] I The two men met and had a long talk
three .0ven>lgnll. three half sovereigns opinion .
On the'to.., of mouutulus!! we find l minutes. In a year to show their old mother Colombian government does not auk the that This gave rise to various stories among
I and several half crowns late a piece of Is them will be war, but that
rooks nnd lea and ano1U In down In'the that they Care anything for her." them the revival of relative Senator
to
t paper, Screwed It rp and. handed It to United States to aid U In puttingdownthe the government first will do Its utmost to I one {
1 vaJloys that TVC Hud tbe-rlnt>yurda. --,- revolution the l Isthmus/ All Ilanna's candidacy for president.
: the artist. "You'll be president of the on we effect A diplomatic arrangement.
Let: no man until envy those driver ttianbltuwlf Into : bloom In"' R'yal academy come dye.young Hob.or '. Gigantic Scheme.. ask Is to be alloVl'ed'to conduct our ownaffairs The belief Id expressed In government Neither Senator Hannk! nor Mr. ller- '
taking nll.tbtnus man" said be. "Here, cntcbl" free from outside Interference Acre would talk for publication, although
..IIC'OUI\t-lal', Ix-aHli. ,,'Ire. .:blld"l1.friendbe Former Commander Richmond PearsonII circle! that thIS United States senate will
"A bargain's. bargain- said TUII..walkluj boon, of the. has bill, The Colombian government can put It was understood that the visit merely
1$ cure Le would ,lx wllllnv navy, prepared a not approve ot the action- of President
:- off with the packet 1 <<: of sold and] the (General Wood In I
referred to fight
down the rebellion without violating on !
to excbuuse.-Ueorje. J. .tug ell !lu. Our says a telegraphic dispatch, which he baa a Roosevelt regarding affairs on the Isth
bum; AUimills.An silver.He confessed afterward when<< 'lie rpqnoRtcd Representative WIIe..",of Alabama letter of the,treaty of 18W-I refer to. the mus. All parties In Bogota have offered the Henut? and to tho Uathbone-matter.

opened the packet and found two- peonies to Introduce lathe House on. the treaty that we always have respected and their aid to 'the government, and over .
Ac.p..bc 81'....:.. and a halfpenny 1n it that It was convening of the regular sesulon' of Con. adhered to' and not to. the treaty an Interpreted 100,000 volunteers have tendered their Tito charge I'ratlHo ng'ln Prisoner."The ," tbo police Justice -
One of. tIle wits of the pitrllament 'the commission he for the b.. of making In those later days. If the ye
most entertaining arcaK purpose, as lay I. services In the event of the declaration sold "Is burglary What! have ye
house IB said to bare observed! on tlieocca been for. United United States maintain* a neutral position I' 0
bad ever _paid the. States the first naval of hostilities. g IiC.to nay?"
Dens' to
the honor Ion-of of Judge knighthood.: promotion"The queeu Men"Who "W.r. Literature. power of tbe world during the next eighteen the revolution will be put down." "An to that replied the prisoner, a '

=I may 'make George')eus a knl.ilit. bnt I Dalzae and Hugo: were tbe last of years. Tle'blll makes a total appro seedy looking man who appeared tQ, '.
_>_ia_ ana trill_ ever ilnUi _him__ ft _tronfleuian.1 : _- the great men whose luwplratlon' was relation of t2.Ti0.oooXX, a certain portion COLOMBIANSflrn.1.. onowLiwo. Outlawry in Bradford.Tfc ., have seen better days' "If tiy' tbe term
Hess"'n was gait/ ; able, liowerer.'n. unceasing and who did not make liter of which Is"to be used each voar to'r Tho pre s of Colombia .continues to severely Id with___ deeD regret that... -- the good Mt._... of 'burglary' yon moan the offense.
to' bold, his own and be punished Hut ature but who were literature. Balzac new ships. Fifty millions U made available criticise and denounce the Amen Izens of Florida learn of another murder which, i iiccordlog: to English\ law and
their wrote a great tory at a sitting (that of Deputy Sheriff Richard by Chairman practice for centuries Las been clearly
wIts when they<< came to make for the present fiscal year 400,000,000, ) ( can government for Its action In Islbmlbn
"' maiden pwches before him. "Prisoner -a sitting tbat lasted for eighteen for.the next and so on. affairs and tbe recognition/of the republic of Hoard ot County Commissioners defined as 'bouse breaking by night:
at the bar," L. once laid to MI boars. All that while he. wrote, for Bennett) In Itndford county. Every once the charge:; palpably ridiculous.! Tim
of Panama. This- la kbown In a dispatch
unfortunate wretch on whole- behalf no secretary could keep; 'pace' With In a while these outbreaks, dccur 'In that policeman alleges thut be detected mo ; y
an Infant advocate bad been feebly him and all tbat ".bUe'lIe lived on If religion U ad IseaseV as seme scientists received at the! state department county and former '//10 the net of breaking Into u bouse: yesterday '
punishment to
urging "extenuating circumstance' black coffee. Then he slept for thirty : bOW cltlm .Dowle and Parkbtirst late Saturday night from Minister Beau-- seems afternoon In broad'duylight. If,
"ererytblng tbat your counsel bas said : ,boars. lingo wrote "Hemanl' In amontb. can safely congratulate .themselves on prd at Bogota: President Roosevelt be no deterrent. A few years Sio: for killIng on the other bund, the term Is made U>

la mitigation I consider to be an ogcraratlou and we can think of Balzac and )being Immune.! Congress and the people! ) ..are. the targets a county officer. a man was convictedIn'Jacksonville corer the saiuo : of your offenAe." lingo as' we think of the great Venetian and sent to State prison. day which, I believe, U your absurd I!
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]living in the glory and exaltation .. . .. Then this was followed by another trans- American understanding; of the word.
'tlf constant creation. Veronese must fur to Jacksonville1 three brothers, who In ,alegal sense I shall have to concede:
F R..i..r/ have Improvised "The Sin fringe Feastat were also. convicted of murder and sent I I tbe correctness of the cliargt, your honor i
c Cana": with extraordinary' ease andI F. N.Holley&Co. to prison for long term, and the four reserving, however the right to regard
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like to 'thlok'be painted the immortal with u species of contempt the
men are still In prison. A few weeks agoa "
I fiddler In a morning and went out lu I r crude jurisprudence of this 'country.
man, said 'to be good citizen
a
young "
Ida gondola In' tbe afternoon tainting; ? Wholesale and Retail Liquor Merchants.. "Take 'Iin back to 'is! cell. gasped
and Innocent of
crime, was lynched In
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:be bad done"a fair day's work. That tile police Justice, 110Ilt Mm sober
was how men wrote and painted In the 'QUINOY, FLORID tbat county, and the Irnchcr escaped ..up."-Chicago Tribune. I IeeHoIid
great times before science beckoned detection. -Now comes the distressingnews

them away from the bCautJtlll.-Georao Paul Jones, Pure Rye, delivered at $3.75 for 4 full of anothe:, murder In Bradford --

Moore in LIppIneott's.. quarts, or jug in plain box. county and tbe. arrest of three brother!!

10 years old Beat Rye; $4.20 for 4 full quarts or for complicity therein.
,FREE I Brl..ucl Ills 'A... jug-, delivered, in plain box. We do not refer to these tragedies with
z On one occasion Btanchl.; the noted 7 years old, Rye, delivered at $3-20 for 4 full quarts, a view' to censuring the entire citizenship rPIS'nlU0lulh
e teacher went on the. stage to see Brlgnoll -
If yon would Ilk to talce the famous singer whom he I or jug, .in plain bos. of Bradford county, ,as we know and .....
avtrip to Europe, the found pacing up and down like a mad We also carry in stock, a full line of all kinds of others know that there many.citizen
World' Fair, Saratoga man. bumming over his part. goods, from 1.50 per gallon and up. We guarantee In that county who are as law-abldina
00 O New York City or AsbvttU "Why. Brig..what la tbe.matter tvltl satisfaction or money back. Send us yout order and as honorable as any to be found In
,. 0 0 without having to put you? Are ;you-nervous?" be asked. this morning: and get goods tonight. I'lorlda, but to express: deep regret at
1 up any of yotlr own money, '"Yes. I nel'.oiJs." the such
of'
an* : was reply as! occurrences bloodshed and
writ /acksonvtlla -. : 0 (*xooX* .. .
Die. he walked harder and faster than everut. sympathize with the better element.,
% if 0 tropolla tye particulars. .' Brig you ought not to be nerv- 1 must suffer for the .acts of others so tol : llll'IIIIC/UIIh111111f'' '
i ous. I've heard you sing the part 200 *S69 9S9 SS96S69 969S9 9S9e9S9$9SS& S9 9S999 ) I as the bad record of the county U
times. I beard yon sing it thirty. ; :yearn '
I There Ihould ames
F- DEKLE & CO. Bankers cerned. be a morn
,liP. and honorable way of settling ".
"Thirty year ago! Who erG ;you tbat t there than with guns, but Just how such I
should know so much f* '- GH1PLEY. FLf\ change Is to be wrought Is beyond our 60 different games-all new '
THE- METROPOLIS "Who ant IT You knoW who I am. j conceptloo..1Iell'opoll... I -one in each package of ,
\ and J know who yon are." ''" : This bank offers Its services for the transaction df all branches of legltlmtte ,
well know .what I : banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention, and all remitted An entire two-story building/ 'was stolon
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CARTER 'R15SIt..l. ; ;you : am
? for ou. day of payment at current rate of exchange: Lion Coffee
CO but I am sure you do not Jcoow what : .... ...--3 IT* _lieU veer baetaeor.t i .... last week In Drnnswlc. and It cannot be I '
PUBLISHING you- are,-and If youwlsD IwlU:,,. tell I found "It Is a wonder tbe lot did not go'too. .
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THE BANNER A famous Florida land case in' A telegraphic dispatch of recent Senator Money, of Mississippi .

PUBLISHED BYKRT TDURBDAT.S which the heirs of John Forbes:. date from Norfolk Va.,says: broke the record one day last I : Foot Wear. : ::
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and John J. Inncrarity are suing Senator Hanna'a boom' for the week, when he introduced into ,

nao.un ION' $1 TM AHSUM TAKIBLT' the government for the recoveryof republican nomination for the the Senate 233 bills. Up to that :
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Ml! .APTAJCB.BNTEBKD the equivalent of 2,000WX) presidency has been started time the record bad-been held by

AT Tae PORT OFflCK AT CHIP acres in Western Florida, has south, through the mails, and the late Senator Plumb, of Kan- )." ,

IKT FLA, AB SOOMD CLASS MAIL again been brought .into Promi- hundreds!: of circulars and newspaper sas, with an even. 100 bills in one .

1U.TTKB nence through efforts of the attorneys I clippings have'been received. day. Nearly all of Senator .".1''
_W. W. JONES Editor._ for the plaintiff, who will The circulars do not state Money's bills it is sajd, were of ',

carry it into the United States who is at the bead of the Hanna a private or political nature. The I ,oO '"!;:J
ADYXBTISItfO! BATES l>:3: APPLtO.ATllllirC"'pl" -
Supreme Court.W. mail bureau, but local republicans probabilities are that not more I ','. ;;,;.
,. _., December 3rd, 19O3.It :.
Fl
W. Dewhurst St. Au- think they are party lead than one or.two of them were ota .If

-- for the plain- ers who are hostile to Roosevelt. general character to -I,
Is site to.nag. that Mr*. Reed Smoo gustine, as attorney designed ''',.*. :

will not Join the W,.C. T. U. tiffs, has had charge of the case The circulars recite tbat'the be of benefit to the country at c'y

and has been at work for four senator has declared that he is large. This one day's unloadingof :FOR i';
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F s"pm i J. P.to'bo; Morgan's causing undigested financial appendicitis corltles years re-establishing it, the suit not a candidate for the nomination bills by one man was within I DfJr.JEJ."II"' .eLNJII> "'WV"01V.XE" :ITT : .' ':'-'I':'

In Wall street. having been commenced in the but that no man has 100 of the total number of bills I ,
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.. United States District Court for I ever refused a nomination ,introduced in the Senate during / is surprising hum quickly an uninviting ;

In wearing a small Panama flag on bis I the Southern District of Florida, I made by a convention. The circulars the whole of the Thirty-eighth Shoe will blast a favorable 'a"',"
President Roosevelt offered a need "
less coat slight to Colombia. 'on June 191900. In October; a further state that shoulda Congress. I impression. So it isn't safe Jo run ..;, .":1 :

year ago billof revival was filed. spontaneous and universal call Senator. Money's feat, however, chances. If 9 far letter to select a ;, : ;. +

;:; The first consulate of the new republic The United States did not file an 1 come from the party, the senator is an exceptional for a Demo-I Shoe that precludes such a result,one >;,, ':.'
of Panama his been established !ID New "
York City a*No.IS Broadway. answer until last spring. The would respond., crat. Asa common thing, Democrats that is noble and.artistic in its 'col't, :', J

> .. e. case is now with the master to The proposition made that introduce fewer bills than graceful in its outlines >
ception, ,easy .
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Carrlo Nation makes money felling. the south should start the ball .' ,' .
take testimony. Republicans, since they do not ,
on render .
made to
the and
foot so as
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Her schema Is bnsinecc :"j
small htttchot
Forbes & Co. had a number of and Ohio would furnish the can- believe in legislating for private "
.. with temperance high Jinks for advertisement. maximum service. You secure all .' .:: ; },
in Florida and didate. interests.
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trading houses! The records show '
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these attributes in the '; .;
ow .. elsewhere. The claim of,the heirsis A.COSTLY JJI5TAKK.! that whenever the Democratic : '
In the United States there arn BIO perl Star Brand Shoes : :., ,
that 6 fore the cession of Blunders nre sometimes very expentlvo party is in control of Congress, _.
odlc&la. to every million Inhabitants.. In Occasionally life Itself !t. the price of a 1'0 ..i,1lSold ,
4 Florida to this country, in 18 .9, or of either house, there is a falling :"" '
mistake, hut you'll never h 41 If .
Great Britain 113:, In Russia77" and In wrong fOil ( -{ Byr"Wells- .{
Japan 17. by Spain, the king& of Spain tAke Dr. Hire's: New Lire l-lllg for dYll eP' off in the number of bills introduced -,, << ]\
sic. dlzztntss" buadacbe liver or bowel
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through the captain-general of troubles 'I'hey tnt gentle yet thorough in the body so controlled T &- Bro 'V I'', ','
Tho Republicans claim the credit for 25a, at S. E. MiUeacby: & Co.' drug store.A L !' )
Florida, granted the land to ; and that whenever the ,
onr cast prosperity, but they Bar that. the "
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Forbes< & Co. PIECE OF HAD FAITH. are'in 'control '.. ,
present. business depression has nothingto Republicans thereis . .. .y
do_with poll tiCI'. It is alleged that this grant was The administration has been at once a boom in the amountof

.. made to Forbes & Co. in return fond of referring the treaty of I proposed new legislation. In \

In In Wachington! speaking the a president Presbyterian said:church"Wo For services Forbes and, his part- 1846 as justifyingit in assistingin the Fifty'- rst Congress, when First National Bank :

ran divide, and must divide on party. ner bad rendered to 'the govern- the dismemberment of the republic Reed was speaker, there were ,

linos, as rcnards certain! questions as regards ment. of Colombia. The pledgeto introduced into the House more Of lMrn.rin.MxinDETlcu: .,.1

the deepest as regards. the \vita| This tract pf land is valuable, keep the Panama road clear than 14,000 bills. Two years "i: ::$'
Coad..._ Bt.tem.nt a.Cto.. of.Bu.'. ....a.pt.9th;8903. ;
.' questions." lie said nothing "&S regards" for traffic has been constructedas ::'-
and comprises the larger part of later, when the Democrats cap- RESOURC);> S. LIABILITIES. \' : 'I:; ,:

j' his action toward...Colombia., ... Washington and Calhoun coun- giving authority for: guarding tured that body, the number of DlIIsRecelvableandlJonds..fI3f.1S.'i24 Capital Stock: ,.................* 60,000.00Surplus t. ; ,

p Speaking tho Alaska award, !Sir: WIU ties. It begins on the Apalachicola against Colombia a strip of ,territory bills proposed dropped to 10,000, U. S. Bond and Premiums.... 13,50000 Fund................... 2.50OOO '. ",:, 'Y. ""h'
Furniture and Fixtures..., ..... 83438 Undivided Fronts.............. 1.157.22 '::;; i 1\
fred Laurler premier of Canada said: river at a point opposite the extending three hundred and during the following session, Cush and Due from Banks..... 57,823.is: Circulation.....,.............*... 12,90000 ., "

"Our hands are tied to a largo :ettent mouth of Sweet Water creek,and miles from the road. Of course also Democratic, to 8,000. With Redemption Fund.... .......... 62500 Deposit ... .., .,..137.1'72,1\2\ : .
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owing to the.fact of our connection with I ; ,
the mother country making. u* not free extendswesttotheChoctawatchieI this pretense was absurd, but the'return of the Republicans to fY80ii-7: '1811.8\)1.71'\ / ,,M....

.,t. agents and obliging us to deal. with questions river and follows the sea coast to more recent developments. stampit power, however, there was againa Tilt Bank Cotnm.ne.d Bualn... February fttli 1 O3.t3T"By '',','J*

affecting ourselves through the Instrumentality Apalachicola. It is now fairly as a direct violation of solemn pouring in of bills, until duringthe written agreement, Interest will bo I'ald on Time Deposits., ;:'J'f'' J> .,

of the British ambassador.! well settled and contains a number treaty"'engagements. Fifty-seventh Congress, pre W,_H. MILTON, Cashier. ,, "\''t.,

The speech was regarded. as almost rev. of towns. Much of the land For it now appears tbat by'the ceding the one now in extra ses- :

clutlunary. '. bas been. sold by the governmentand treaty of 1846 the government of sion, there were introduced in TAYLOR STEAM ENGINESCOMPLETE ,:; :;.

t 'FRIGIIFKNED!:: HORS!!:, patents granted to private the United States guaranteed Colombia the House nearly 18,000 bills.

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running the occupant"like mad, or down a hundred the street other,dumping auci parties. The heirs who are suing in the possession of Panama. For fifty years there has beena TAYLOR :'t;< :,

' rent*, ure every. d'y occurrence It, be- the government. expect to recover -, .. Good faith would require. steady increase in the amount I SAW MILLS ,
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I noves everv'Kxlv to have a rwllaUJe: helve I i
litndv' and tbore's none HS good HS Hack- land script for such part of the suppression of the secession ; of proposed new legislation, with .GINNING .,,

e Ion's aetna. Arnicn and piles Salve.dw"pi Burns*> r quickly cum, sores under eo-Its as has'passed from the title of the movement there instead of its I the House originatingabout three OUTFITS Newly J

soothing effect. 23o, ut a. K. McGeuc-by & government. The script would protection.And bills to the Senate's one. Whileit gyn. .,
(.'0.'..drug( store.President. '
enable them purchase govern- by suppressing it the is true that only a compara- Equipped

.I Roosevelt would not ment lands elsewhere.-St. Augustine I United ,States, would keep its tively small part of this grist of GRIST y Boiler Works u ;

.r dare to submit to arbitration our Record. pledge to the world to keep the bills ever become laws, yet the HILLS v y t i .
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right to make a canal treaty with road uplnU traffic. Our government fact will not be disputed that
PENSACOLA'S' M&UOI.08.18. 1'1 ; ;
Panama. could keep the Panama there is too much legislation. : MILL Shp and :
The carnival association :
composed -
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secessionists from obstructingthe This is true both of Congressand SUPPLIES / / Foundry '\.
of the menhaving the coming .
The statute of limitations will .
not save United States Senator Mardi-Gras celebration in road as easily as it could keep the state legislatures. And &?.... tOtrm*...., 11111'. 'roof Rooftnf.Jpray Pump..M.a.raslake.S.paret.ra. ,':.:

hand is making active Colombia from ,attacking. It in both the mass of the matter Ws will Mats It to Your Interest to Figure with Us. ':.::.,: '
Dietrich, who is charged with now preparations -
chooses to violate its pledges instead bills
embodied in is
designed for
bribery and corruption. i for the big event whichis : MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO.
of l them. '
r keeping; private gain or for political pur- :
to occur on February 13 and
lion. Chas.A. Choate, formerlyof : 14. It must not be judged, how- The authorities at Washington poses. If these'classes legis- _____ MACON y CA. .,';:,,.:,;\,,

deny that the treaty of 1846 has lation could be held down public -- I.\-
Pensacola and one of the best
that the officers and
ever, members .
OR. MOPPHTT'SSEEKS 41 Csrej Ctolera-lnfanlnn
been'correctly reported, and say : : J')
interests would be vastly bene-
and most enthusiastic political of the association have been DlarrhoeaDysentery. ,

writers of the Florida press has idle during the summer months.On it has not been published. and fited and the burden of govern- the Bowel Trouble of :;.,,.1.
cannot be published at the present Children of Any Aga.JW "' '1\\
ment would be lessened. v
opened a news bureau in Jack- the other hand they have support F AIds DlgetbncgWtkaA ;
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sonvjUe.\ We heartily commendhim been hard at work and as a re- time. Why can it not be pub- -Savannah News.ItuVLLUTION fp! .iiFllltG POt EIRSI* the Bowels. StrcngthUII ;.j,

lished? There is but one reason. ems OuI Jl 2S cwts-tBr-ggisls. the Quid and & .\ !..:.
to the brethren of the press, sult of their labors matters have I? TEETIIING \1't\:
Its publication would show with IMMINENT.; 10* won It ..*ts to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO. :
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who in need of reliable S.
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are a news
assumed to be to
shape pushed
a what bad faith the administration A sure slirn of approaching( revolt and ST0**D-R.IlABDY..DI.... 4o.njr Te*. Nor.21.lam "
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service-';the best in the State. serious trouble In Is Ibn..fanndlk.Measy.TEETQNAs.pl.ndldrom.dyandald, f.myteahloy.bITdr.a Whin elyoldast J
successful consummation before your erswm nonoim- bo w. a ebnt. **" :.eeodla T dar vam 4 n that w.would Mnttably' low him. I bappvnod tipon .:,
him is acting. Criminals are ever tens' sleeplessness, or stomach upsets.ICIectrlu ....ndtmt b.r.a Mope admlolauilii It to him, and hi* ImpTnnuunt m We wish success. the, date arrives for the grand Bitters will quickly dlsmbmbur the day oa> noupoMad. I hara .eenaunyk ptltand.4ltdn..with DIp chUclran,and hen taken rroal ,
celebration. of the ready to conceal the evidences of roubiesome! caress It never falls to tone -p loMu..la-....-MuadJadupaUMStoaUiaoUimotrMinaeaUdna.- I towa4l1la.ajuhlo 1 ....,after th.too gig: rI "
Ui.D.l.\.l1oUWY.
Reports va- the the and bow. .
stomach kidneys
regulate
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their guilt but no one eyer beard
Stock tor, who aspires to be a rious committees show that the els, atlmtilata t..e liver, and oiarlfy the -i' '
of their concealing any fact that blood. Rundown systems benefit purtloudrly F. C. BRENT War. 11. KNOWLES J. 8. LEONARD. ,' :,-i i"k".
Senatorial candidate will soon work on the floats, with the exception and nil the usual attending ashes l'&EIIIDZJT. YICE-PRE8WEAT. OA8BIKB. ," '
would exonerate them or justify vanish under Its and thorough ; '
searonln
discover that the Times-Union is of ,the decorations, has I effectiveness. ElectrIc Hitters isonlyfiOo. ",
them. Times-Union. ) ;
very much alive, at least live been nearly completed. Contracts and that Is returned. Guaranteed If It don't by itlve S.. E.perfectsatish.otlon. iloUeacby First National Bank, .;

enough to show howhe measuresup were yesterday closed for FIGHT WILL BB! BIT fER. ; &Co., druggists. OF PENS tCOLR ":
FLK ,,
to the Democratic'yardstick. be uniforms and costumes of the Those who will persUt l In closing their ,
aril against the continual' recommendation Transacts General .: ;
a
The Times-Union, under its float characters and attendants. of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con.' West Florida, is occupying a Banking. Business ,

present management, never These costumes are not only sumption with their, will troubles have,a It long not ended and bitter tight unique as well as satisfying posi- Your DuaJnc.. 8ollQcd| **. '... :'

bolted the while under his in fatal termination Iteiul what T. it. Deal. inasmuch 11t
party, larger number than on previous .' tion in the present campaign, DIIIBCTOIIOlr. ."'."
ot Basil Alias. has 'n any: !.Rat. fall my
control it did. Matter of record occasions, but are much I wife bud every symptom or consumption, as she has no candidatein 'WII. n'KNOWLE8Y." BLOONT, Y. C. BRENT -,"; : ;,
!she! took Dr. King's New" Discovery after W. K. IIYER D. O. BRENT J. 8. ,. y ,
and not of statement. handsomer more costly,:vying everything ohio bed failed. Improvement the field for State favors, and LEOID \ ,;:.

.. with the finest in their.splendor came at once and tour bottles entirely consequently can stand off and; .
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eared her Guaranteed 8 F.. MoGtnoby
BPARK3 FROM! TIMES-UNION. This Mard -Gras; celcbra j & Co., druirtsts! tiy rioe boo and enjoy.the rag chewing and hair j D-J. JONES. WE DO : "' .'J.t,';'.:
Trial free
11.00.' bullies
Those hopeful Southern planters tion wilt witness some new'and pulling now going on-and lik'elyto ; 1'; )

who want Mr. Roosevelt to novel features-features which' General Reyes is dealing in heroics increase-among the candidates CUlt-LEY.ATTORNI3Y-AT-1.AW FLA. DILL P 'ILETTE: : '* -' :'i ..;

help them fight the boll weevil will add an attractiveness to the of the other sections. Thisis READS I 'I1EAlJ" ..'-Vh."- .
when he forecasts between R .
a ,war :" '
should get him ffchtlng mad first. entire event, and' make'it on'eof.the : United the amusing part of it, but DELL COOK NOTE : '. > :
Colombia and the '
The Birmingham Age-Herald most,,thoroughly.. ; enjoyable States that will be a "second Beer added to it is the supreme satis ..A........,. at. Law I I (ENVELOPES : -:,,:tJI
csarx READS
x3 x :F.OE.tCA.: : BUSINESS .
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affairs given $)y the Pensa faction of being able to make her <
thinks that thebeggar; should be ever war." England had to fight the *a Offi\""D up stair.Wells t"rudlna.careful .. "r'
"abated.** Abftit aU cola Carnival Association.-Pen own choice of candidates to vote STATEMENTS N I CAD!;! :\'
( 1he'tlveragebeggar Boers on their own ground, and ttentlon Oren: all natter entrusted. '"
sacola Journal.A for without the sacrifice of to taro Collcctiuaa raada.Acnnt CIRCULARS
sec- PAMPHLETS ? :
wants is "a bait :
any the Boers were an exceptionallybrave for reapanmlbla tlrna and are-to.td In- 'T' : .
tional loyalty or pride. And thereis .uraDQI.......panic*. MILL IS AnY vf-' '
and study people well .
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how.A prominent Republican poli- much in this situation to ap- c:..........- /;:- ;, *
T < in nECKS '
and
Chicago "professor" has dis- equipped both arms am- I CHECKS ,: .
"ne,. don .
titian in New Jersey says that preciate.-Pensacola Journa! you T w anything to- 'f
covered that "hogs can talk." If munition. The United States make the world! bapplerf naked RECEIPTS DRAFTS .

he bad ever paid any attention to Mr. Roosevelt is not popular in would not have to fight the Colombians aol!<<<.niD: looking person with the tbt'l WEDDiNG N ''VISITING. '" '-

that State. The leading men of inland their Representative Morrell. 'of Pennsylvania ) harbored 'bale."Snre'anawered'the.
on own
Florida he
politics would have ,
the party,we are told, "are really has Introduced a bill In the House Jolly man wltb INViTATIONs G CA.RDS" t! .
known that long ago. ground; and there is no comparison of offense' 'the doable cbla. "I wapnc. Invited to : I : ;. _'
Representatives making an "
afraid
of the
man. They do not
between the Boers and the Ring In pabdc and deel1ned.IIX11a1loapoUa OR .
Even the New York Sun under the Federal law for common carriers TO ER \! ,
con know but that as soon as be finds Colombians physically morally.If Sentinel ,

gratulates the president on his he 'elected for four years be the Colombians were to behave to provide separate cars for either: '..:.::.:; 1. _

Panama coup. We fear thatsome may commit some extravagant real haughty; Uncle Sam might white or black passenger Platy Jhoo._" I ",
Fljtter-I suppose tlw,.', to D. CARMICHAEL.
send a squad of policemen to Ba- money A :
troublesome chickens may yet official act that business be ,
may upset picked up in, the stock market I
:gota to preserve the'peacc; that During the last! year 8.533 pertoni were Attorney at
home to from :Flatterer-There ought to-be. I Law.
come roost that plunge.tb'j I Wtiy
or into
country: would be about the of it.- .
I extent killed and 4V007 were Injured la railroad .1 myself have dropped considerable of iDO.CoUecioa., : a Specialty. '
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;r s.. "coop. trouble\vitti35mef: > e jnpower. .Savannah News. I accidents la th!. cou'ttry. It'.tberew. -Doston. Transcript. I I fhfpley. Fla. .



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hours 7:30.i. to :U m. ex- .
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ppt. Sun: -lave. "My wife had a severe attack of Pneu;: Dr.C.J. Bishop Agnew, Mich.,writes:
'. ST..A.BLE.H 1 fiast-hound mall closes at 10:30: a.m monla which followed 6 case of La Grip;e" .'1 bays used FOLEY'S HONEY AND

Wc. -bound mall clones at 6:80 p.m. and I believe that FOLEY'S HONEY TAR In three very severe( cases of pneu-

,.0 n L BY, FLf\ Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m. AND TAR saved ber life," write James. DooU with good result la every case."
: and leave at 13 moo daily,except Sunday Coffee of
Mall from Orange HII .lJaybt' o r A ndrew 8. arrives ate p.m., and leaves at _.
Good Team; and Drivers Can Be a.m. daily, except Sunday.

::;::- Sunday hours: 9:00 u. m. to 11:30 a. m.,
Had At : ;
f. Any Time.
and from ft:3O p.m. 107:11\ p.m. :
Drummer' Otflta n Specialty. Money Orders Issued at all hours when : :
iflico Is open except Sundays. :
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fir, j :' dU32ILIlANDNl1Str: : : : : : O-,"" A"7t3.. Journal per year (1.75, 1 '
No. 4. No. 2. No. 3. No. :l EAIPNaaandThrice: .week New York ,
12:35 n'n 11:00: p III Lv..Pen9acola..Ar 5:00 a m 4:00 p to World, per year. $1.65.
; S:2'pm 1:0'Jn.m: .. ....I'lomatoo..Lr! IMam 1:80pm BANNKB and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Irn-
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Ir 4:2:3pm: : 2:55am: .. .. Mobfe ... .. 12:800" 1:24pm on and Citizen, 11.60. ,_ .. ,: ,. ", '. >", 101'f' "
per year _
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1 : .8Spm! 7:80pm' ...:New Urll'ao. .. 8:00pm tIt! mJ BANHKB and Home and Farm, per year ; ,' '. ,': .

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11:0.10 1Ja3pm: r.v..PenRo.col....Ar 4:00pm 5:00am: .. ':. ;- ''f
$:13 a m 5:3'J pm.Ar. .Mootomerr! ..Lv 11:1:1: a m U:3I pm FLORIDA PUILOSOPIIY. .
11\\! \ am 9:11 11m..... JSlrmlogl:1m! : ..... 8:33: am 4:015: p m Every; soul has Its own earthquake.Let \' '
.. 2:30am 8: Jam.. ... .LolIlsvlJll'....... 6:1: pm 2:45am: ;
." .'" 7:20am l1i: la'm ......Cluclnnatt...:. UO'Jpm 11:15pm: every thought; lead you to.a higher
."t-- 7:201\m 1:30pm ......SL LfIII"..... 4:15: "m 3:55: pm I 1and I better life.
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sorrow great men, <
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t.:._%. Daily: I I Dally: I (No tUoO1 wllerA''" n..ubown) I Olfy I Dally great Joys encourage license.
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V o. ;,. lI5111" 7ulautl.v... ): PJu>i .:.II.. sLr.105ipan tl3utpm The true man never complains of destiny -

',:.": 11 1111 2J""' 711 718 .. Yulellu BJnemla, 1021 1037 "" 606";01" lie lakes what comes., (}JJ.

,; 1321 713" Ei".I'\1JI.. ] 10:1.: .. 557 ? Judgment Is* relative :
a mere proposition
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U OiIttity 1015 527 A fault or defect that you have looked ( -
l'JU.: 7\J.:\ 1IIIItoo 101 ,620
r : 13U mt''" .. Good Rnce- tor.II" squarely In the face. can harm you no
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f. 221 83) "l, MiilIgii 9 :! ..
,. 211". 83:1":: Crestvle& Q 1.f.r"). 4210 ., The Ilfn ot most men will bo saddened
S'lt. 811-1" Doer L'1oo.l tit M. ". 8.U or lightened by 'the thing that may
.. 8U": 910"' l\fosiY: 11..1. .S 4'J..": 8=10' chance to befall them.It .
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; ..414" 9U", AralV'I"' 07Uo''S 241 mar not be true that man came from
4 10". 9117" Ponced "" 13"
1.3on; 720s" ;
? / f 150'). 1011) Wlstvl! B !,711"" 11-\5' '. a monkey, but It Is certain many have) '
I.:. :" .; Gi'! "' Ion" Caryvllh .7U'". 1.49 .... degenerated. Into one. .
1508) 103): Jin1Uay dll\t. 1..
", "' .60) IO' Cl1lpley ,::631..11.0'0) What difference does It maIm to the
4i'IO" 1107 .. Cottnd\le( .0181"t2. man with a clear conscience\ as to the Lcl&.1
70.1121. lIfll.rla.nl1'1o etl0'Jt"t) ; 12.14. events of human existence' ?,
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71) .... 1151. : ".. Grand Rlc1te (r:=!: 3J....' 11'22' -' Virtue Is. a'question of temperament.
754 .. 11913 SnNa.1 f c=.iIl' 21:;".t 1050)) The strong man governs his faults tho .1
8 n n'n "r. Rlv.r .Jul1ctlon 10 1020011. m : :
weak one gives way to them. ;
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The Industrious man-the plain ev everything they dee about themthey ,, "' .,<. \\kl- *., > '. ,,." .
eryday kind, we meap gets to bit Imagine to be a mere reflection of them. : ,, ,' :I.;::. .;>r.; ::' .

work early. Three hours later the mail selves. -, t'r. ,
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: D i'aggiiiPaif s of marked executive: ability; drops In to Every heart has IU hero worship; 'J.4.,;; ::$ :(t t

see that the Industrious man keeps every eye' Its tear, that tho world never ': ;: :t t

steadily "at work. If everything la going knows-a hidden communion with thingsone 11"''B; .1.t. 1\\ 1

well the man of marked executive never sees. 1.:.. i
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2825 Keeley St., ability leaves tor the day for there i ', '\ I
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CUICAOO; ILL., Oct., 2, 1902.I no-need for a display of his peculiar There la no password to success!, but 't) ,"\::; ';'1<:1. I I4

I suffered with felling and con qualities. If everything; Is going 111 the nothing Is easier than to pass It. .',': ; '.' ,

gestion of the womb, with severe man of marked executive ability quitsat There candidates Cured! of Tcrrlilo Cough on Lungs Cured When Vary Lew'Vitti
are so many nowadays -
o i .., pains terribly through: at the the groir.time% of I men-suffered once" In order that hta reputation that they almost hide the platformon N. Jackson ol'Danville, 111., writes: Pneumonia I

struation. had blinding headaches may cot lie compromised by his presence. which they aro running.It a "My daughter bad a severe attack of J. W. Bryan of Lowder III., writes:

T and rushing: of blood to the brain. .Boston Transcript. had La Grippe and a terrible cough on her "My little boy was very low with pneu
What to try I knew not, for it women a vbte some candidates lungs. We tried a great many remedies monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave i
I _mod. that I had tried all and A. "I..to." Method. wuuld have no show. without relief. She tried FOLEY'S him FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.

p, failed but 1 had never tried Wineof A metlealspc( nHj>t wall very much Fortune may knock at a man's door but HONEY AND TAR which cured her. The result was magical and puzzled the

Cnrdui, that blessed remedy for in the habit: of using a notebook to ns- once, but the proverbial "knocker". Is not She has never been troubled with a cough doctor as It Immediately stopped the

i sick women. I found, it pleasant slst Ills memory and Insure precision.In an chary of his favors. since." tacking cough and be quickly recovered."
take and knew that I had
to
soon
course of time ,It happened that his I
,?' the right/ medicine. New bloodecmed aged father died. The worthy doctor \Vben the North Pole Is discovered It

1 vp .and after to course using through eleven bottles my veins I attended with the obsequies as At chief the close mourner be I will it lie ho time doesn't enough think to well look of for her the form.woman .. Ii SOLD AND REGQE3i2 1 ?HOEO BY "

was a. well woman. diio.solcmnlty. -_.--
was observed to take tint btu notebook .Matrimony_ eoen.o: many sins that we I s, !E. McQBACHY UltO Chlpley, KU. Ur Dlt'('1<, Vernon Fla.

and carefully tc erase the 'words "Slem. are obliged to cs.lllt holy In seir-derense --
Eury father."-Scottish American. sWe
Y People who fall In this life have to believe A Do..... ''Bear'. Hani. (jDo promptly obtaln U. 8..ud Foreign

? b re. Bush is now in perfect Tran.llttea. In another. Sir Richard Owen, the eiplnent anatomist -

health because .be took Wine of '"I Iienrd her boasting that ber dinner If morality cost as much as'vice; must often had Uls skill in Identifying -': You 0 0 f .,

lI Cardn! for mcnctrnal disorders, pnrty \Vna a success from the beginning men would esteem. It loss. bones tested. On one occasion his
and ,ended with the greatest friend nnd neighbor. Lord John Russell .
bear ing down pains-aad blinding ; ,
headaches when all other remedies 'eehniThnt'. '('('I:1w,' anyway?" Many man has achieved areoutntlon )), sent him a specimen for this purpose Take daul model ixutcli or photo. (it lu,, ution, toe<
f.-T of for courage simply because ho was afraid and the professor quickly pro freereponoa For five bock
that the dessert
"Why-< r- was
failed to bring her relief. Any I course. Didn't ;you% ever eat a 'choco to run away. nounced It the thigh, bone ot-.. pig. PRt..nt.HowlO8eCuro Rnot t1ent"\o1U'y\\IIIAn I S write'0

W sufferer may secure health by tak- late eclawV"-Exchange, If. wild oats must'bo sown we snoukconfine This explanation of the query was subsequently THE BANNER ?
ing Wine of Cardui in her hotae. I. the crop to our own land. offered by Lord John: "Pres

'f- The fret bottle convinces the patient AccidentVI1I Uapyen.' (ident Buchanan had sent from America 1iiLEA! !

|. the is on the road to health. 'LaDt1lmly -Yea. sir, two chickens PROVEEHS UP TO DATE. to the English! statesman the proJ- If not i .
ent of 'it choice bear's ham: and the
,. Forxttdvioe in cases requiring' went Into that eoup. Better swallow your good jests than family had breakfasted off It several Opposite U. S. Patent Office*;
special direction, address, giving Hoarder-Never mind madam never lose your good friend. Why not? WASHINGTON D. C.
"The mind. NO harm done. No one would times with much enjoyment. Some- '

!Department," The Chattanooga ever us[>eet It. I assure' you.-Town. Sweets are the uses of adversity bitter how or other,* however suspicion was ...
We will send TIIK It ANN EH
Medicine Co. Chattanooga TenD.WINE:1CiiRDUI. and uses of prosperity. aroused and the bone was sent to their postpaid BO YEARS
Country. scientific neighbor with the result to any address for$1 per year; 00. for six EXPERIENCE
1b' The rising !generation owes much to the month; 20c, for three months. .
8t te -PsJ) Mall)) Gazette. '
Inventor of the alarm clock.If .
well has -
A known chemist St..Louis Or

.q Invented a new processor making aluminum vanity were a deadly disease/ every IVeblei.
which will. make that metal much undertaker would buy fast horses. In the "Memoir" of Robert Chambers I Wo will send TUB BANNER and the i
I 'by his "rot her William! is a delightful! New Yrok Thrloe-a-\Vaolc World, one yea:
Foley's Kidney Cure cheaper than Is has been heretofore When the last trump sounds some woman for$1.(1.), !
allusion to Peebles, theIr birthplace anda
makes kidneys and bladder right. I Upder tbe old process a certain dpectflc will ask Oabrlel wait a minute. I TRADE MARKS:
spot ever warm In the loving memory '
'kind had be used which .oi' OCSIONO:
01 to cost
clay A good; field of corn Is one thing a fa.rni-I of Scotch residents.One OrWe . COPYRIGHTS' Ac.

9r (15 per ton. Under the new process, er doesn't care to have crowed over. of those, a man who had lived will send Tn. BARKER and the Anvnne..ndln..kelrb. nliloecnptlnninvTanloklr I
luortnln our |ilnl I f which Is called the pvro-chemlca! process there all his life was enabled by some Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year for IUCO 'Intention U prntmDIr pia' )nhle nmmnulrntmn..trlottyeonndensI .
The dead march Is not necessarily the iJ. IJAN00d0C on I'Hlxii
any kind of clay can be used at only npllft of fortune to visit Paris. When ont f...... Oliloat, .ueliojr for.""u..".piiiontn.fntenU
one that the musicians have murdered. Or ...
IAYI taken through Munil <: reoulT '
the cost of digging and hauling Under he como back Ills townsmen gravely Iftclat notlct, without cb..... In Ills :

.. the new pyro-cbomlcal process aluminumcan WIlY--HE STAYED.The gathered'" about him. .. II you ,...nt all three papers! -TnsBANNSa1'be Scientific J7inericatt '
kt U 11:1: [j 14' IS ..:'.' be produced at loss than half the costIt "Noo, said one. while .the others listened New York World, The Atluntii .
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chapel of a northern fishlni" village. "tell us about It." JmiraalV Ahnnd.omeltlllnntralad. we.ktf." [ ..,t elF
will make the extremely ..
MEET now Is. The uses of aluminum there "ul"tl" of anf.nlenttaa 1nnrn.l 'jar to a
SEEDS ALL used to depend for Its services on the occasional "Paris.; he began "0. things considered low price of only $2,33 for tbe Three papers ear t Mar nnntha.eL auld brall m.a.denl.r .
fore will be stimulated. and encouraged. .
F NEEDS help of the clergy of the nearest ; ,- la a wonderfa' place; but, "till. MUtl& Co aeiareadeeyHeP1York

+! Exp-rlenro ban CAtabltshed Kana A company ball been organized In St. (own. One very wet Sunday the clergyman .Peebles tor pleasure" -Today Is tbe a'coptabletune to subscribe Br."ch omovfc. :
rucu Bold!! by all dOMlcrs. You Louie to manufacture' aluminum by the -
19O4 Seed who volunteered to do the duty fl
ow-Iliey
y; Annual poilpatd grow.r...40, .U ...ppiivuiia. new prro-cbemleal process.KJIALL drove over In any. Got AlonuVVHho It. THE BANNED.CM Yi-9E RrECORG I
"", "Did you ever have mat de.mer on .
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f'. D. M. FEinaY A CO.. Tolling the chapel bell himself, be announced your way over to Europe?" asked Mrs.. Icy, Ffrt.
DITROIT. MICH.BANNER ENOUO1T. blsarrlval to the_natives' but fora OJdcnstlo. @F ORES

,. -. A story Is told of an Arkansas man who long time no one appeared.At "No. JosIah took a bottle or two of Foley's Honey and Tar '.

t- was out hunting one day last spring and last one solitary person came la and it along, but when I'm seasick nona of "
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No lates.
SALVE for chlldren.sate.sure. o J
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waecaughtinaratn > took a seat at the very backof tbechapel. them kind of things ever does me a bit a

th most hvallna salve In tho world.to lie looked around for a shelter but The clergyman then found his surplice of good,"-Chicago ITecord-Ilerald "

could find none except! hollow log. and conducted the service. That ended, t7aele... .Tenl.... 'Marico u. Week] Edition

lie found the opening rather small)) but bft remarked to his audience of one that tell -OF THENFVV -
"Ton can always an English III
managed to got In and found !It :a. great perhaps sermon was superfluous. man" said the Briton proudly.- YORK: WOULD '
Oh, please !go on, sir,"' was the flatter- Is growing larger every day. 10UK
the Yan t
retreat "Of course can, replied
.you
writ*for Gar confidential letter b.rore.p- AND TIIE-: NAME: should be on the list.
plytnr tor potent: It may be worth DIODe)'. When the rain was over and he attempted Ing reply, and the clergyman mounted the kee "but It doesn't do any good because CURESWfclto

We promptly obtain: U.ti.and FonIpPATENTS to "crawfish" out he found that. pulpit. he thinks he knows It all."-Philadelphia )) Cliiplcv Banner *. Palofuf.

tbe rain had swollen the timber until It, In the course of his address expressed: : Ledger./ 6 F P Profits and Irr tJu-

the fear that he wearying his hearer I 1$1.5 PElt 0 ,. O lap Man**,
and TRADE MARKS or return ENTIRB was Impossible for him to get oat of the was '; YEAK Ovarian
uornej1. send Band model, iketchphoramnd log. Finally. he began to think of all the and was gratified to be told that he could Deeomint D1.eourag.d. : F.I T.oubles.
Tixlli of the Womb
w. an IMMEDIATEF'RE He-Tour father did not object to out'marrIage r.t.VICEJl. Failing
; report' on pmUmUWlily.; We (ive little things he had ever done, but to no not be too long. The sermon, consco.nent-
much I bad expected World has becomethe and all other disturbances 'to which
tbe .... 1 legal Knrioe aud adTtc*, and onxolutrge as as The Twice- -wek now
*.*e moderato Try tai purpose. ly. was, lengthened; ont to ".ome forty' She-Oh, poor papa has 6lveDJp the Ttrlce-a-week World being Issued ev' female are eunject: : especially those

SWIFT & CO. He thought of cheating a'poor widow, minutes.! Idea of being too particular. Brooklyn err Monday liberal\\eolaeedarand Friday, obstinate cases which for years have
When It ended the The mot offer ever marie to the resisted all other treatment.
Pliant Lawyer out of her !milk co-v, and thought of turnIng was preacher Life. pnbllo. The Tbrloe-s-weea World is larger i '
%) l bis bogs Into his neighbor's corn field pressed a desire to shako bands with'a than any weekly or semi-weekly newspaper > AN OLD OlinONIO CASE. t
OppU.S.PateatOmccWashlaptonD.C.! Good and .erns.BnteherSVaan't pullf.hed.faralshing eighteen pages, For five year 1 suffered from whites
but. none of these made him feel small gentleman who had listened to him with column. wide, every week and the IInd womtrouble, pl!)r.tc art. t"nInrto 7
steak I eight
enough to effect his release. such evident'. 'appreciation. Imagine; his sent yesterday that a good' Shipley; IUHKKH for One Dollar and Sixty- :: P.an reI eye me.eon;jbrO. \loonmprove bell..n taking N

d FORRESTER At. last be thought of having refused to consternation at discovering on..a nearer yon ; ore OPOU a year. The World combine all am now practsc! IYCI1""d.1 take
Customer-Ob, It was a good,. durable the freshness and crispness of.a dally with pieanroinreco i !
:Justice-of the-Peace. pay the four rears' subscription be view I (for he was snmewbatshort-stgated) ntcak.-: Life. .. the lastruotl\ and al octal feature of a wom.n. Mss I3arboursvtiie.lky.:.:
that bfi had been. preaching to the driver .
nl owed for his home paper on the grounds weekly.
L\ conveyance aid( all acknowledge "'rlt..tha l4M DRUGGISTS'L
: a&' I that ha ."..I D.r subBerlbe'\ for our of bis fly, who was all the while charging; Address for TheCUIPLEY flnhCh.*ti in>oir i T 'ann
mants a ,soclaltT, s,Ca\4rt'I'IaIt\'SdIY; .|I :; BANNER: U.a1.ACa.toefr..d.lu.; SELL U.F. P. ;
tar third Tit)indtf la eacb"m'ln\b. U.. i j[7elU'" lie came out earl ,.-Ex. overtime! \ Chlpley, FIA! .



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H to Misses -blir. little old and young We've bad mor..cold weather already 'J)1c:
at the Richardson's i, L. INNEYiAltorae7f..t'.fLaW
aad at price ,
than all last Icu-r. :
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They are headquarters hat*.

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Magnificent Stock THSTHNEB aoaTw3liIJl.ag. I I Caused by HALT RHEUM can be cured Vernon, Florl .

This la the next attraction of the Lyceum bv the only remedy In the *" oikt' thtt I I Ca r-ful and: ( prom t attention Rltcn:
Is sold with.a primed positive guarantee .
i | > II natters triwtrit to tam
course, and they will greet the people around every bottle. You will have your toy

of Chipley at the public soh.ool auditorium money refunded pacts and every ease
: Marvellous Values where UR. UELD1NU-M SKIN REM E- .
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i Monday: evening.) December 7th. DY fall '10 cure, whether you bave been ,, NOYICEOrMASTER'BS11LL" e

W. Powell Hale was good, but the'1'hne! filleted one ,,,,ar or Uftr. It I 1M pleasant By vlrtar at a decree of fmctamra laawd oat'ottha
Bostonians to use. Doctor prescribe: ILEveritt rircittr Court* i h..1<'Irat.llldlclal Circuit of
are better. Addle Chase I
In
Florida. ud foe fTMhinttiia Coanty. dated
alt Horne I
'f IVIen'a Suits. Overcoats. Boy B Suites. /Smith dramatic reciter. frarttl Ad Fla. the 2>:h day al &e>>t..Mr. 190, la a cause. than.
; 915. CJtlpler. la pcadinvva-ruia. W. D. Gainer was cotiplalrBat ,
$6.00 $7.50 $1.50 die Frank tlbbey. as harpist. U superb, and fleeces l...r.and. Hlm F. LH were rrponitonta.
I will ell. at auction for
juMfc tads to
and Fannie Fish, whistler la 'Inimitable' weB SALE. |I, tin highest "lddrr..lthln'hII focal' boar <* aiuano

LA to to to Each one Is an artist In her Hoe, and to The Cramptoo Property.eD acres" land-alt.natnd Monday. the 7th day o Dna mbrr. A. D. I9CJ.
ona mito amthwaat of Chi.,...,.. find aM often" before the Court Boom. d w. .. M town of Vea-
$6.50 get all three of them on the platform for to MiNHla A. CKAMTTOK, Foa WU. non. WiublnatoaCounty. Florida tha fallowingdeacrlhrd
$20.00 $10.00 fir Any trmpaaaliia-cuttlna-I umbel a thla property aituated In WaahiBgtoii.
lea this eventng'a, entertainment makes I I'en land Kill ba dealt with to the'al extant ol law. County towns A lot ol laaa than. two acres la
event which you simply cannot /don tile South Kant qa.MeI'ot the North East ouar-.
ii $1 Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothing "Town. a I herd Section tw.nty-nv. In Township three
to mla*. Remember hIs next Monday NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.I j North. Kanga fourteen west ccmmeadnr. at a
tome hundred' fret aaat and handre
print
seven a
evening December 7tb.BUSH. I Department ol the Interior. >
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Fleece Lined Underwear $1.50 Suit Values foe $'.OO ... Land Often at 0............ Fla. Nor.30. 1003. foNotloa feet mentioned north from quarter the southwest tbewtwrth comer: two W hundred lire abovu and

la hereby given that thafaUowtaff-naninl" fifty feet,thsaoswt three hundred a et thence '
:: nettle baa filed notice his Intention to make
truth tw.hundred and .1..tJ'_"_ et. thence
final in bla claim and that sad I
proof support"
went two hundred and
twenty-Ova to point olbeginning
1 The largest line of Pants ever shown; a fit guaranteed. We are still having some cold weather, proof'V_will Flagon be made Jin.before 9, CirrI 10O4. Circuit fir!: William Court at. Purchaser to par lor 4-'.

and cane grinding are still continuing .... wW J. R. WntlA, e
Owens of W.u. Fla.. Hd. 29777. for the of A General Muter in .
and some of the boyS don't care bow longthey nw. s mX of /. Section' 1 T,. 1 N.; R. J4 w. Ciunorry.CONTEST
He namea the follnwinawitneaaea prove I'conthuuua
t Standard Prints Still Sc per yard. lastMr.John. raaldenoa upon and cultivation. of said NOTICE.
l.n4..1&; LI be Taylor J. W. Kodovra. F. M. Department of the Interior. I
-- Strain, of Gracevllle. la In our Rodgers B. F. Swindle, all of Waiinau. Fl.. Land Office) at GalneiivUle Fla..Oct t. 190.1. f
W. G. Roblnaon.EA. A rafficlent contest affidarit having been Bled
1 Our furnishin :,Goods Department never as complete-! it community' this week. .tee paid. Register. In this office by Jno. H. Thames eontmtanr.agalnat ;
I fid.entry No. 39388" made Drcrmber 8.
:Mr. John Cook, of Alabama la In on NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TION. I WW. for roll IWet..... 2!*. Township 1 N.. Range
: is now, comprising'' good! values in this 16 W.. by Frederick W. Wright. oonteateo in '
community week visiting relative Department" the Interior. t which It .la alleged that said Wright baa never =4,
Land Offio*at GahnavUla.. Fla.Nov. 30. 1003.1 f .
and friends. resided on nor cultivated said tract and tnat his
Neckwear, Shirts, Gloves, Belts, Notice ia hereby liven that thefollowlnv-named. absence 1 ttaorefrooi' was not due to employment. in
Born to Mr. and Mra. Duncan settler has filed notice of hia/Intention' to make' the Army or Navy in timed wan said parties
) Martinon final proof I In support of hia claim and that said are tuxoby notified to appear, respond and offer
last Saturday night, a 971-pound boy proof will te made before J. R. Well. County evidence touching rid allegation at 10 o'clock a.
Jndffa. at Vernon Pla.. cm J.... 4, 1904. vie Ella m.. m NffvembMTJO, 1W3. before the Clerk of Circuit '
Suspenders, Hats and Hosiery.Campbell We are glad to note that both mother and Weeks "widow d Wm. W. Weeks decaaaed" of Court at Yemen. Kla-. and that Bent bear 4
ton well. Wauaau Fla.. Hd. 2T708. for the net of O"/'. erg will be held at 10 o'clock. m on December
are doing '
Section. 30. Tp. :3 N. R. 13 w. 18. 19OJ before the Register and Receiver at the.
..- Be. namea the following witnesses to prove hi. United State Lan l Office I In Galiwevllt. Vim. '
I Butler Married on last Sunday morning at
I t & o'clock at the residence of the bride's t.: filed (let. 3 1S03. act forth 'lacta which,. show r
L. Daniel all ol Wauaau, Fla.W.. thtt after due diligence 1 personal service of thin
Chipley 'Fla.Cfcurcb father \Mr. Felon McColough to Miss G. Roblnaon.Ed. not ice cannot be made. it I. hereby ordered and
Mary E. Martlu. We wish them along fee paid. R...... r. I ditected pn per publication.that _ell notice be given by due and

; ; '- and bappyllto. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.The W. G. Robinson'
i. ,. firm known aa the Central Lumber Co.. Kd. fee paid. Rogiator.: :-
---- We ,hear talk of more weddings In the dolor bualneaa at Cblpler. Fla., I I. hereby. d.... NOTICE
solved bjr mutual eminent M. M. Fralaer and FOR PUBLICATION.
;i ''"?'r Now I. the tine to gol to Farrier Bros.' ,I A very pleasant company assembled at near future, but will tell you who they F. B. Fralaer retiring from the bualnoaa.. S. .

Directory, If you want bargains 'l'heyllave them' the borne of Mr. and Mrs. E. M., D are later on. Shoemaker and H. O. Murry. remaining.,,_ part- Land Office atCaineavllle.Department Fla.ol the N..Intense. ;% 1903., t f
for you In abundance flees will aaaume all II.blllt'lIu.I' running
Notice la
hereby given that thefoUowriur-named.
I. e M. E. Church South.-Prell.chlnlf Thomas on Thanksgiving night to celebrate :Mr. J. T. gook gave the yonnn folks of under lame atyle. J. SHOEMAKER. settler baa filed notice of hla intention to soaks

ut and 3rd :Sunday: at 11 a. m. and 8 p, m.U .j .Marshal Harvey has. been doloR some I I the birthday: of their daughter, our F.H.B.O.;FRAISER MURKY,, final proof In support of his claim and that rid
community a candy
drawing
last proof will be made before Clerk
N. \VlnnIett'! Pastor. good work on the etreete: Of course they M. M. FRAISER. Circuit Court at
S..hhLth, Sihnnl in.. n.. m. R. 1. Miller.I MIssTexa*. The evening was spent 'In Monday night They report a delightful Chip)",.. Fla- November; 1903. "
.>uerln4rndent. did not get before It waa nonded.Mr. vocut and Instrumental music readings Matbewa.. Orange Bill Fla...Bd. 29356 for the.
s tIme.I nwwof neH.neMfif nwH. wMofnwK. Sac, ;JCJ,.
Prayer Meeting'! Thumday nights. : W. II. Bliss In Saturday from and recitations Miss I T '. N.. R. HwMt
Young Mnn'i prayer meeting Tuesday come >! .Alter' wishing I NOTICE OF MASTER'S SA.L&Bv :name* the following:aritneaaea to prove hlacnatlnuona '

nljbts. Evervbodycordlallyinvited. an extended trip north and west. His Texas many happy returns of the event WA USAU. virtue ot a decree of foredoanre .leaned out ofhe reaiftenoe upon and cultivation, said '
I Circuit Court of the FiretJudidal Circuit of land vte W. H. Slay, K. D. Nelson, G. R Gil- .
Baptist Chnrch-Preachlnu every 'Snd many friends wero glad to see him. the guests departed for their homes. We are-hav'n" some cold weather now Florida' to and for Washington County, dated the bert. I. M Stewart. all ol Orangn Bill. Fla.% if: '
lad day of October A. D. 1903, In a cause therein W. G. Rob.........
and 4th Sunday. S. U Roaera, actor. Now ladies If 1 It In cloaks nlovef or Spend: your cash with Wells Bros. and and some of the farmers. are having quite pending wherein Robert S. Rae wee the com Ed. foe paid. Reglater. ,
Sabbath School:! p, m J. D. ForresteMiiperinttmeent. belt that you want there Is only one get a chance at that handsome lamp, a time grinding their frozen ilainant 'and good pla'ra In Chipley to ret them and cane. sell itpublic auctiooforcash to the high- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
r Prayer Meeting Wednesday night that I. at the Misses Richardson's. Paul Carter a member of the senior The .nhrlll eat bMder within the legal boar.of..1e on Mon- '
long sound of
the .
cock
day the 7th day of December A. D. 1903 before i Departn.'ntdtheInterior. I ,
I @S-: g D U'g'g : class In the university law school, leaves crowing can be heard at 7 and the Court BOOM door In the town 'ofVernon. I Land OfHoB at GaloMvil:.. Fla.. Nov 2. XI3. r
Remember that there 8 o'clock
will be all sorts
I v Washington. County Florida, the following d... Not 100 la hereby given that the foilowlnw.D........ t
; Town of politics next year. You will need your today for Washington to enter npon his p. m. new. Christmas Is near br.Rey ., scribed ympert-r.busted in Washington County, l Settler. has Bled notion huilntentlnntoinaKeonmmutatlon -
Topics. duties as private secretary to Congressman towiti South Went quarter of the South West ,ra.eIn support of bin claim and thataald
O'inty! paper: to( keep you postnd. See? Genrge Lee has gone to Gadsde. quarter. of" Section plant In Township two North, proof will be mad. before Clerk; Circuit Con .
ell.D".aNew. W. n. Lamar lIe Is to return In i of Range fifteen Weat Purchaser to pay for fit Vrrnon Fla.. fOIl Dec. 14 1903 viz Th ma s
Sheriff McKelthen and Mr. McK. county this week on a business trip. deed. W. Jordan of Chipley. Fla.. Bd. :VM11 fur thnnwH.
4 .,.P..m.ph.: Gathered Toeether! from the spring to bo graduated with his clu.DoL .. D. J. Joy.*.. .Section 28. Tp. 3 N.. K. 12 weat.He .
tc For lluav llenUera. Campbell came up Vcrnon and nel cor. Times-Union. 29th. Paul's Miss Annie Barnet Is visiting/ her aunt, A General, Master in Chancery. name* the following witnesses to prove.. hbvcontlnuntu .
residence and cultivatlna" ot aaldland
spent Thanksgiving with their families. friends. Mr*. Dona Davis. at Orange U ) .. upon....
here
; & ;$' 'D 1tt'2 g ; g ; many are glad to know of 111. this NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. yin Enfn!: W. B. Bnfincer. W.
T. Brock. C. C.Tharp. all of Orange Bill. Fla.
How many chances have you at the his success, aud wish him the best Of week.. Department of the Interior. I W. G. Robinson
1 Write us the nova ol your community. : lamp wells Itros. are to rive away? .' Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.. Nov. 0,1903. f Ed. tai raid.. Resister,
luck. lIer. to Paul.
I you, Mr. Janice H. Crock and hU son. Earnest. Notice la hereby given that thAfoHowina-nanied

Good pant from GOo up to ft 00 at 'Well Miss Wilkie E. Watson and cousin. .. J. J. :Sherley: : Leavy Brock and settler hen Sled notice of his Intention to male
Broa.N Store many noel pniof'a aupport of hia claim and that acid
Arch Watson, of Geneva, Ala., came In NOTICE; TO TE.wu6Na.. others: are attending court at Marlanoa proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

Our sportsmen are having a fine time Friday and will "Islhelatlves and friend. 'eruon. Fla.. on Dec. 19. 1903. via: 'John Mcluagge. Department of the Interior t '
VI:1\l'Co: :!(. Fla., November 28. this week .of. Se1 among the bird! here a while. Editor BA.Nl'CZn-Tho' first .neml-annual Suction :30. Tp. 3 N.. R. 1) w. Notion ia hereby given that thefoUowingnameifaettler
Mr. James K. Stewart and wife, their He namea the following witnesses to prove his haa filed notice ot hia' intention' to make
L Don't wilt till the last minute to have session of the West Florida continuous residence soon and cultivation said I final: In
to Wantld-Some corn on the ear, on subscription Teachers' son and daughter proof support of his claim and that said
thatChrlstruas. work Juno-Pleaa. highest market price paid. Virgil and \ ader. ofDothan land viz: John A. McQuagou. J. E. Finch. J. T. I proof will be made before Clark Circuit Court a*:
Apply at;thin. office. Association will bo held at- Milton on Ala., visited their niece, Mrs. Evan. Sexton..Fla., W.$a. Hutcblaoa.ft Wau- !, Varnoa Fla.. on Bee. 26 1903. viz" : Wlliam l i.Varnum. .
Mr. J. C. Bait, of Grncevlllo, waa a visitor December 11th and 12th.. .au. Fl.. oi Molea. Fla.. Bd. 114003. for the eS ofnwXj ,-
s Ella C. Jones, this week. .W. C. Robinson nol) awW.. Section J4. Tp. t N" H. 15 w. _
hero Wedni> Jav. The lumber; men of Chipley and cammnnlty Ed. tee. An Interesting program has been ar. paid. Revwter. He Dam_ the following witneaaea to prove. 'hi* '
are making large shipments of Rev. 1:1.: n. Roge.rsot Marlanna. Is' In continuou reaidence UDM and cultivation of said
Winter. la hern- ci your heavy clothing ranged and It-Is hoped that all Washington this NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. land vta lamn M. Brows, J. B..V......... WL-
from Well. Hrog. lumber now. The mills are running to county teachers, who possibly can, part of the county thIs week In company Department, of the Interior t Iw '..J'lor. H. V. Tharp. aU ol Noire. Fla.

4 their full capacity. with lions.John Britt, W. O. Lockoy : Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.. Nor 14,1903,1 W. G. Kobl_
Look for the X mark on the margin! (of f will be present, at least during the exercises and R.1Yell.. bird Notice la hereby given: that the tolliivlnir-named Ed. fee paid. Hoifuttor. -

vour paper or the wrapper. )fr. R. J. Pleas of Dunrelth. Ind., on Saturday. A special rate ot one hunting We have settler baa flied notice of hla Intention: to make J -
beard the reoort of their guns at various final proof In aupport ot his. claim and that said
came In Wednesday evening with a fare for tbo round trip plus 2.1 cents has will
car proof> be made before Clerk Circuit Court aternon.
t aThe more von trade thn more lou ave load of vegetables and frulta. We beeu secured. times but can't say what their luck was. Pta;'on Dec. 36. 1903. vba Bunion Gay, LUMBERJFJooring'L !
when with 'arr liroa. give ,
you are trading hut Bro. Rogers of M tiler's Ferry, Fla. Hd. J9T44. for the wH ofael4
i him a cordial welcome.We Few of us can afford attend the Statetoaeberll' can tell us who took ; _14...... -4. SectUin 36. Tp. a N.. R. 16 w. .a
Mr. W O. Daniel, of Campbell, vis.Ited refuge In a chimney Jam1 daring a rain I He aaraea the lotlowlnv witness to prove hlfl
LU flL'mlly here thin week. have Just received a nice linn of association on account of distance con'lnuoua reiiidenc upon and cultivation of aald .
storm. *
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land vial, elllnij : _
Franklin Tiller. Carl Rues Alfred -
Xmas goods and them before and. Incurred but surely .
I, ; come see expense a Mlt"heU. Joshua Drake, aO of MiUe '. Ferry.
Star brand shore are better. Wells they are picked over.-.I'arrlor! Uros goodly number can go down to Milton The public school Is being, taught at "la. W. G.Robl,,_. I SIdlna.ITInUhfna .

Kroa. sell them. Thanksgiving services were held at the Friday night and return Sunday morn- : this place again by the former teacher, Ed. fee paid. Koirlater. and Dimension stuff furnished

Mr. \V. W. Gainer. Jr., of EconQna was Methodist church Re,. Wlmlett preachln Ing. Hoping that this county will be Mrs. Collins, of Campbell too. Mrs. Collins : on bavliiK short tu no-ice.ship your You lumber can bul'd from! without other .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
z a visitor here Saturday-. an able sermon to an appreciative au well represented at this first.meeting of Is a good[ efficient teacher and has a Department of the Interior. T place, aa tl..In. manufactured right hers

Why pay some traveling'! man t3 DO for dience.. the association, I ana very respectfully good school., Land Notice Office. hereby atGalneavllla given' that. Fla.the.following Nov. 16.-named 1903. f at kept home In circulation, and tha here money as you home upend which Is .

an enlargement when Plens can furnish : Are gdlnn to have that L. L. FitATT, r settler- baa filed notice his Intention to make adds to the business of our city and to the ?
photo work
you a better article for U.flO and guaran yon Seal proof In support of hla claim and that sad general bents It\tot our citizens. ho build
teed. A word to the.wise, etc. done for Christmas? You can't put mon.y County Superintendent. BONIFAY.Prof. proof will be made betas Clark Circuit Court at you a good house nos' and be up with the
Into nicer or more durable and appropriate Vernon Fla., on Dec. %, 1903. TUB. John W. Taylor. rapid march of our clty'n We
Mr. Charlie Rues and J. L. Jackson. of prollentl'Jeal.. Sapp, of Westvllle, was a visitorIn of Wauaau. Fla.. Hd 32757 for the e'i of neMlnet' will furnish you the lumber progreiw at D arkei
TflANKMGlVINU! SBRVICE.
*of
wl 4.Section 6,
Tp. R.
1N. 13 w.
Vernon, was aoaong the visitors!. here Fri We call the attention of all schoolteachers our midst on last Sunday. He name the following. witnesses to prove bit price. ,Come see u".
A very pleasant and profitable service aostinuasnuldasceupon" cultivation of said UULf" COAST A NORTIIWESTKItN
dry I
,and others Interested, to the :Misses Pearl and Bessie Woodruff, of I and, vii Dallas. Finch A. C. Pitta. Thomas
was held at New Harmony school house I Barfield. J. L. Taylor. aU of W.o..... Fla. LUMBER A SAWMILL COM
Mr. .T.: R. McGeachy baa purchased the"uld' notice of l Superintendent: Pratt In this \ elltvllln, vlafted their sister, Mr. II. J. 'I
W. Q.
on :Thanksgiving, > Day. A goodly numberof Robinson
Issue. Read and be Ed. fee paid. R Prltchard. Man. c.NIA01 c.
Bailey place" from Mr. G. W. It governed thereby.w i Urott, on last Sunday. R..lriater.
I the citizens of that. vicinity met In

Watts. hen you want reading matter In the' compliance with the president's' vroclaI I As financial committee to solicit funds

There' Is 'another stable In town. shapu of rood novels go to Farrior liros.' for the Christmas
now store. They keep a general assortment. I. matlon for the purpose of rendering entertainment the following -

It has been opened. up at the Watts' I I thanks onto the Giver of all\ Good for the young ladles have boon nelrcu-d:
i Christmas Is the Seat bllf event In Chip-
.stable.U I blessings conferred, upon them In the past Misses Ellla Fulford, Fannie" Young Llllle .
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ley. Look over the BANNER' and patronize
It Is shoes von want, call and seo'us. year. Harrell. Docls Wrlctht, Trndle Field.

for we can certainly pli-oae von, for we those, merchants who extend you an The inflating wan called to ordor by J. I log and Mary Kates. (Hop everyone will .

have Bros.all styles, shapes and. prices.-Farrior Invitation to vNIt I their stores. An advertisement R.: Weiss and was opened by music lead contribute liberally. Its Up- To You.

Is a standing Invitation, see?
by Mr. Weiss, with Thomas R. Weiss and Work 'on the colored Odd. Fellows'
Mr*, G. L. Donald, of Mage*, Ml 3.:, Is Santa Clans hu sent the Informationthat hall .
Miss Peacock as organists. The first If -
vlultlnir her p'uentshee: Mr., and Mr*. he will make till headquarter' for progressing/ rapidly, )(eIl8111. w, C
Chrlnma 1903. tb"rakl..lvlnlf'prociamatlull made by Davis and J. R.
HI the Misses Richard. Cheater being the car
1. WUeloKd. son's. Toy andOCmas. goods of it 11 kind. President Washington In 179.%'was read pontets. For. all we can do is to tell you in plain. figures _

lIon., W. C. Lockey and Superintendent Don't buy until you see what they have. : .
by J. U. Weiss! who was followed by Mrs. I _
Pratt of Vernon; the visitors. :Maids' Capt. T J. Wright was at home on last and words that '
were among The Old Association will be pre Carrie Stewart woo road the last, proclamation ,
Sunday.A .
hero Tuesday i seated at "Auditorium \ jiFarrior ,
by the young made by President Roosevelt. >
tine '
display holiday goods the
Mr. EV.. Sapp of Vernon called on ladle of Chipley on next Friday night After a song the loath Psalm was read at .
drug store. Milt Ama: BrosIs
Danfela U I thepolite :t- '
erg Monday and 'left .a favor; with an eagle December 4tb. Every' one' la Invited to by Mr..Weiss and wa4 followed by a clerk. Call round -

on It.' MextJ. come and have a good time. Admission, prayer by Rev. A. P. Peacock of Kynns* :' ., *, -

I 19 and :33: eenU. vlllfl. Tats followed Mr*. J.:M. Coleman. ban. been very poorly '
was br a solo by the should : -
place trade '
at. _
Ladies' dms goods, trlmiDln(s.. etc., of for several day you ; ,
various kinds. at Wolli Bro. Don't forget It-Pleas U In with that I Mr. Wels, entitled "Come Yo Thankful '. '

Mr. Will Everitt killed. an 8mnnthold car of stuff, and ail heretuf,Ire, It In the 'People," after.which Mr. Peacock madean Mr. IV J. Watt5.. Jr.:. paid our town a BECAUSE / f-: ., ,
tiptthn market affords and at .:
prices as
pig a few days ago that netted him 163 low an call be sold at. address la which be enumerated' some short call on Saturday of last week. .. *

pound\ .* of good pork. lion. Dennett H. Mays, of Montlcollo of the blessings received by us us it people The telephone* line silt be extended to Its!" at their store you can always: !! i'et: the best a 7
) and a nation In the past Then .
year. the ,
"hllle.ln '
near future also !
candidate for ; lame
governor came In
Saturday
Dole Alford hare made a tin land came that all Important event r '.
on an occasion goody '
afternoon and addressed! a Rood audience phones will be put In over town.We : ,,;, ,t
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deal. have J
They the
purchased 10,000, of this kind. which was a bountiful d.
of our citizens at night,, ort be are glad to note that. : >>
acre Oonzalc. tract. political basket dinner and all present proved A. It. Adams .1.t ri'llf Ch snpc, sai7'rlec:; : : hAs
t issues lie Is a fluent speaker and made N very much Imprved;) at this! writing. : '.
that they conld thankfully receive-and :.:- '>: :, ; .

Remember, 'whim we are mortal and bave to friends here. He seemed well pleased stow away-the many good things that Mrs F. N. McDonald and )I". U. J. well as rood clean goods: '. .--/: : *. .
live Call marketing Tour crop with the outlook and promised tu come Tr>.*' **STAnd .
Urett. visited friends.
ladles
the bad so nicely prepared. A Urge Cnluleyon last
and l leave ea, feeling good. again.: the best of it all : .
portion of the credit for the success! of the Wednesday* you. pet: your' .monev'avortb

Yes, IV something slew to how you ''''rll'-how aboiitlaylnln your winter's meeting la due to Mr. E. M. D. Thomas, A petition I Is In circulations: Rush or ". .

In tb photo line, and lt'. last a little bit supply of potatoes. applnn. onions> cabhuge who Urn proposed tho meeting, prepared postofflce to have the Hays and Bon I fay I : \ .
She nirfit you ever saw, tome: and etc.? Y"s, and a few graphs. In II
you cui.'ttur.-Plea*. basket, for present use, at Plea studio. the table and looked after the details routes tended to Vernon. with mall YOUR MONEY Bf CK.Don't i

.elll'l both before and at th, meetlav. three times .a week. 1 .
The firm of Uraren, Tatmzn\ <* "alt.Tbuuday night Just' before tLpassenger
; The afternoon session was devoted to Our friend. Eo.... llandon Is ''J
Freeport,have -purchased :50,000 acres of train froji the west, some miscroanv I now one of foViiret now, that its at -*'. .
music, a select roadliur by Mr C. F. the salesmen at Wilier fires' .
land fr m the dubbacd: Ur(,.. possessed of pare cussedness. we I KoU,. a recitation ly Mr. Peacock and store, I

suppose, threw a brick through the glus I ITe tears that W. H. Flaney has purchased x:
social, conversation.The audience. then FARRIOR-BRos. .
Mr. J..lsStanderfrrsaJ l son. Trap," front of Wells Tiros. store. The brick ao Interest with 8. E. Armstrong
esmo.fn I sang "Uod Bo With You Till Wo Meet ,
Wednesday, after
spending the went clear through the show windows,
lh Again,** and were dismissed b.a benediction I It looks bad that. UtetlStptlst church U .
,wnmerinthewess.: Tlielr many friends breaking glas: on the Inside. !!Incbyanlf..lltcm .
bho wrlcaioe them should be run down and panUhed and all went home feeling that itwas still without a heater to keep people comfortable
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