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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: December 10, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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t, VoL "XI., Chipley, Washington Co., :Fla., Thursday, December 10,. 19O3.: No. 25.

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-Microbes. A Difficult Problem. --y-! =-
Tho time Is In the memory of persons If the national convention la. to beheld

.r CAJLLAWAY] CO. not yet old) when mention of "microbes' as In previous years. In the latter! part. c f ,

would send the average listener to the July, provision mast bo made for the selection

dictionary to ascertain what the word of delegates thereto not later than

SHOES. meant. But It la not so now. Even the the latter part of June. jutiiiReceived.t t

children I In their nnrsertes aro ablo to discuss Whether the state committee authorized -

(1 microbes and warn each other by the terms of the platform and tie I Ii

against coming In contact with them. primary law to order the selection made

4: ,. You Won't Do Modern medical science has "(Jut. us In a primary, or Is bound thereby to cull)

I next" to the fact that there are countless a state convention for that purpose, the K } -

TP'hat you ought to do, unless you see us millions of little organisms floating In the delegates should be chosen not less than

: air, swjmmlng In the milk, swinging/ on twenty days before the date of the national i I

BEFORE BUYING beard. and even clinging to ruby and convention. Opinions differ widelyon Solid

kissable lips ready to do their worst to this point, some contending that. the '
Tf77lat you need. those who neglect to sterilize everythingthey delegates must be chosen In a state primary 3

r 0) touch.. We are told that the Streetcars while others Insist that a state Cars of
i the theatre, the church, tho streets, convention should bo held, and that the 1 I
OTVJLTVf W the railway cars, are breeding places of platform of 1900 excluded from the pur- 1K

w germs; that cats. carry diphtheria, flips pose covered by the primary method the
What need lut what want and
you you AGOl\TS\ BUGGIES! \
\ o carry typhus and mosquitoes yellow selection of such delegates. In'either i

'y: o IN" fever. At every turn there Is danger of ease, the time has come for the solutionof I ii
Infection from the little "bugs" of some- the problem, and the members of the '

&;: :> Clothing'Hats thing or other. '"Microbes snatch, at us committee must solve It the best of their That MustiBe %

: from around every corner," says Eugene ability. .y

rJJ Wood In Everybody's Magazine. "We Sold-! I
can get on the good aide of a dog by pat- Selection of Delegate..

.. ling his head, and we can please the cat It Is not to be supposed that It was the

a ,;/ Trlll11'SDr : by scratching her under the chin. We Intention of the state convention, In Our Prices are Right! .

Goods .l can tame other animals by giving them I adopting the primary plan of making
ss food or by putting/ the weight' of our hand nominations to office, to abolish the practice -

on them. If they won't bo petted or of holding state conventions. That We also have on hand f M

; Groceries ; tamed, wo ,can pick up a rock and l lot body, In providing; regulations,: for the

them have It;between the yes.:, But when holding of nominating; primaries,expreseIy the VERY BEST STOVE

a creature has no tall to wag and nothing excluded from the prescribed functionsof .

: to purr with how can we pot It? flow the primary the selection of delegatesto the market at
on prices :'
.S [OHS I can we, withoutlftttlnif. : a crick In the the national convention. If It bad a

: neck, stoop down far enough to say purpose In eo'doing that purpose must that will please. And
t "'Protty microbe!' to something that Is to have been to leave In tact the former

us as a grain of sand Is to Mount Blanc? practice of choosing such delegates In a
CALLA W Y S- CO. we keep at all times
If It comes to exterminating them, what state convention. /Should the state committee I

4c %d kt&ia chan o have we with a creature that when It meets, order thn!selection line of

every two hours breaks Into two pieces of these delegates by tho primary, wouldIt K very complete !

Holloway Haa HI. Say. Early Primary Racket. each of which Is a perfect organism, not be accused pf transcending Its \

lIon. W. M. Holloway. candidate for Considerable Internal Is manifested la ready In another two hours to break In [powers?. And would not such action on

state superintendent public Instruction the matter of the datA to be fixed by the two. again, and each of these halves! to the part of the committee operate to dispense ii i HARpW1-r.RE.

'r : la speaking of the county campaign: state committee for the-prlrnary electionfor break In another two hours, and so on entirely with the time honored .

) between himself and Hon. W. N. I Sheatf:> the nomination of, candidate. for and soon until In tbree days the progenyof practice holding state conventions COME SEE us!

wLI -h was brought about at the Instigation : United /States senator, congressmen and one single bacterium numbers 4,772 purpose entirely foreign to the Intentionof

of the latter at..a time! when 8uoer'T the various state add county officers andit billions? Nobody can keel with that the stato convention which adopted the

Intendent Holloway was very busy with appears to be the general opinion that rate of (acreage? Of all the discoveriesmade (primary method of making nominations? I Harper S* Coleman.

his schools, stated a few days ago that there exists no reasonable cause for selecting by science It seem to me that thc --.

thti was another of the smart trick of a date In any of the spring most disheartening lt> the discovery of SeeeaslonIndorsed.

his opponent. Having been for several! I i months. Expressions of preference for a germs.; I '1 he Texas chapter of the Daughters of C1III1'LEY, .

yearn superintendent of the schools date In April'or May are singularly lacking Our grandparents\ did not know about the Confederacy adopted. the following

Alachua county and having the advant- both In force and numbers\ while these things They kissed and were resolutions last week In Houston, Tex.:

age of the knowledge, taken from the reports I many excellent and practical reasons kissed; they .d&ncfJd. and rode In'publlc "Whereas, The president of the United
as to about the time'when Mr. hwve. been advanced In favor of deferring conveyances, and sat with the sick, and States, by his recent course toward the ..

Holloway would be tho busiest. set the ,the primary to the latest possible date fondled their pots In blissful Ignorance l of republic of Panama, has shown to the Fearful Threat. A New Jerusalem. .
4' dat oil for this time In order to l Interfere, consistent with the requirements of the the horned and horrid little creatures I world his Indorsement of tho of
principle Gen. Sherman M. M. Dell, Descendants of the members of the
says a .
Adj. ancient -
If possible, with the. appearance of the laws on the subj>ct. Chief among these, that surrounded them on all sides, and and"Whereas ..
secession telegram from Denver, Col., has received town corporation of New Harlem
latter at these debates. I from practically whole of South then lived to green old ages. Without The of the Northern
people Telluride that state the following mot In New York City few
from a days ago to
Mr. Holloway also staled that Mr. ; Florida, como urgent expressions la favorof knowledge of either appendicitis or bacilli States, by their. acceptance and approvalof
letter wrapped around a human finger: reorganize the town government of colonial '
Kheats bad employed a Republican stenographer June, and even July,as the best monthto : they teared neither and grew old his course, have bbown that they have. ,
I We sand t.bo"flnger the
"General Bell ,
days reorganization,
at a salary of 83 & day and expenses suit the convenience and business requirements gracefully.. Their peace of mind was not been led bv him out of the fog of Ignor- you accordingto
from Telluride the the first
of who disappeared announcement being legal
to follow him through this campaign of the fruit and vegetablo destroyed whenever they came Jnto the a man '
the realms of *
anco to bright truth at
: time Ills oars will follow and In the redemption of the Ifarlem ?
and report the proct-cdlugs for publication growers of the peninsula and vigorous presence of a pefnon{ with a cough,: ; the Southern some ago. step
lamed the statesmen
by so then his head. If his friends want to( seehtm lands and.properties granted to the freeholders lo I
Just as he saw: fit to make them. protests against the selection of any buzz of a fly or the hum of a mosqultodld
be It
many years ago, In other but the and Inhabitants of Harlem In '
a In other word., Mr. II jlloway declares earlier date are also noted. In east, middle not conjure up visions of millions of "Resolved,That we extend to the president again any way way ':.y
that the reports have all been submitted and west Florida similar sentiments wriggling t.hlDfsleeklnlf an entrance to the thanks of the we send, you have got to do one thing 1000 ,. ....
hearty Daughters' withdraw the The stated P.To- .
We only to troops as by Henry
to the press by a man who was paid to prevail. There, the marketing of the their. veins to (destroy their life's blood. wantyou purpose
of of the of Texas
the state
Confederacy ,
Telluride If don't will receive her the chief promoter address ..
from you an ,was
write after dictation, which accounts for Irish' potato and other spring crops is Now It, Is different. We are germ-wise.: assembled 'tor his Indorse
In convention ,
few Don't to the creation of tho Jerusalom. Mr. -
hit In days. try now
cars a
the one-sided reports which have been scarcely completed before the "last of But are-wo happier or healthier? The
the his vindicationof
inept of prlnclplesand In the of tin Tolcr made address and said he '
find a long
us, for It Is not power a
aopearlng In the pres*. May, and the work of preparation for i development of tho germ theory was the for which the Southern
cause people soldier S D." convinced that the work of
to do not
1? "I want you to underata: d that I do and l the, planting of staple summer crops :doubtless"a good thing ,from tbo standpoint disastrously ( It was was '
fought so gloriously, but so A physician who examined the finger him but of God, and that New York Is
not blame the paper, particularly," remarked ,'I"; then well under way and would be so- of medical science But wouldn'tIt In the between thin states." .
war from the the if and New
I finger prophesied city ( truth
It the ring
)fro Holloway. "In fact I do not have been a good Idea. for the doctorsto '
tion- band and said It was evidently cut Jerusalem.
blame the'newspaper at all, since the ,keep their Information to themselves? right
Canal Treaty Signed.A off shortly before the latter was mailed. Mr. Toler said the Bible prophesied l!
reports have been coming from the scene the fruit growers of the peninsula and They have given the laymen Jnst enough
of the-eontro'versy; but I do censure such the farmers of the northern counties will Information to make them uneasy, and dispatch dated Panama. December S, as the blond stains on the latter bore evidence this movement, and the gathering of .. I
frequently foolish.-:Savannah: ,.News. says: The canal treaty was signed at ot bring fresh and the blood on the OOa,()<)X() Jews within the city was, he
unfair methods on the part of Mr' Sheuts, be so situated. as regards the season's OD- .
who has never vet had his reporter and eratlons that political Interruptions 11:33: a. m., today. .(Inner wa.slllrdly dry. thought significant o/ a fulfilment of the :;::
Of Cour.e There amendments to the After with Governor PeabodY Oo""o
were no conferring prophecy.
correspondent give true condition of thereto would, work no great hardship,
:'r affairs." and Indeed might often be welcomed as a If men are the salt of the earth women treaty. General Bell turned the letter over : yr
the Old maidsare The discussed last night andIt the 'postofflce who will endeavor -
are undoubtedly sugar. treaty Wall to Inspectors. ,
change well With Two Heads. i;
a* as a pleasing and patriotic Baby ;
If. a Fa t. duty.! brown sugar, good natured matronsare Is expected'will be rail fled today by the to trace Its author. It Is generally Mrs William Glllesplo, a resident of qPhillipsburg

Now Is the time to begin to advertisefor loaf sugar and pretty girls the fine republic of Panama. believed at tho capitol that the matter W. Va., Is the mother of a .*b 0'
the holiday trade. The people are pulverized sugar Pass the pulverized was Intended as a hoax.
A TlmelBugge.tlon.. male child which has two necks each ',.? ]
going to buy,that Is settled fact, but It Is reabonableto assume that th state sugar pleaee.-An 1lston(Ala..) Hot Blast.: The spellbinders may bo wearing some surmounted by a ported head. From the -**
stamps out, but we have the con )latlon
where they are going t> buy Is another committee as a whole will be wisely advised Calendar. shoulders down the child was perfectly
The merchant who advertises The republic of Panama has no currency of knowing that these are still numerous The Weather 2
story. all matters within Its normal and fully developed. The child
upon Jurisdiction
wh.ii he bus win Cod cue oiners coining, of Ito own but It has a place to put It. In Florida and steadily multiplying.; The Chattanooga Medicine Co., the '
his. way wltuuut hesitation.-St. Augus- out each member of that body manufacturers ot Wine of Cardul.and \\'e'ltted: 0 pounds and waa 19 Inches In ;
tiun Uncord. should remember that m ucb depends upon have Issued length.
Black Just
--- the actlvo/md Intelligent performance of I . Tbedford's the 1004 edition Draught of ,their Card III Each head had perfect eyes, ears and a

F'RBE). Ills Individual functions as such member.If weather chart and calendar This calen- normal nose and mouth anJ apparently i

[ he postpones consideration of the various 'F. No Holley & C. dar, with 1t.113 sheets'13x2O Inalzo, makesa arch head bad connection with the lunge
with which the developed, for respiration was
problems committee bright ornament for the wall and Is a perfectly
will be confronted until the meeting, he useful acquisition' any home or office for a time perfect In each head. The ,,

I mar be obliged to depend upon others for Wholesale and Retail Liquor M rchants. on account of Its displayed weather prodlctlon child did not live long. -

the advice and Information essential to The numbers can be '.
*; prominent it'"
.their proper solution, Instead of relying QUINOY, FLORIDA read 'across a largo room, as can the colored Subscribe for the BANNER.: rreHI1d 0

EUROPE1 upon his own Judgment paged upon full Paul Jones, Pure Rye delivered at 3.75 for.4 full signal flags showing the weather .
knowledge and careful deliberation.
quarts, or jug, in plain box. conditions for each day. These weather

10. years old. Best Rye$4.20 for 4 full quarts, or signal' Illustrate the forecasts of Prof. --"

1 Only akin Deep. '. jug, delivered, in plain box. Andrew J. DeVoe, who achieved gnat ,.

A Junior officer on the flagship com- 7 years old, Rye, delivered at$3.20 for 4 full quarts, prominence by his accurate predictions tf w
in the great Galveston St. Louis and Minnesota ,
you manded by Admiral "Fighting/ Bob'Evans or jug, plain box. rJ.
a trip to Europe r the writes to a friend, saying that the We also carry in stock, a fall line of all kinds of storms and cyclones. So great In # ; z 'n

' "World' Sal0 -. Saratoga, chaplain on one-or two occasions took goods from $1.50 per gallon and upVe guarantee -* the popularity of these predictions that ,.YK...

V New York Cltr or Abbeville Evans to task because of the profanity In satisfaction or money back. Send us your or- they are printed In 3ncoCOO of these calendars .. : f fiffii .
without having? to put which the latter so frequently' Indulges. der this morning and get goods tonight. and In 18,000,000 of tho Ladles' \ <.

U up any of your own money, The admiral took these rebukes Birthday Almanacs which are Issued by
good .
/ e
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It' writ the Jacksonville Me. : g Medicine Co. each. '
did the Chattanooga: year. /
nataredly bat not seem to have profited + )
0j tropoUs for particular of thin.
0 greatly thereby. One day the chapItlnfouud We understand that a copy
j:' 0 I I him reading the "sermon on 9S9SSS9S9&9eS 9SSS9S3S9eS" 9 9SSS9e9S9e9S9SSS9e9S972DEKLE weather chart and calendar may be secured -

the mount" and made this somewhatungraclons &. CO. Bankers: | by sending 10) cents In stamps to Iv Ivto
Medicine Co., Chattanooga -
the Chattanooga
4 comment: "Glad to see you do-
ma. |1.1" than, admiral. shall tell the men of &II I Ph EY FLf\ Tcnn. Any of our readers who different In each games: -all new of ;et
-one package
THE METROPOLIS I III to offset the oaths you'otter." ",All! have not secured a copy of the Ladies'Birthday s L'
This bank offers Its services for the transaction of all branches of legitimate Almanac can net one by soiling -
right, chaplain, s kid the admiral, "andI ri! banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention, and all remitted lion Go fee
CARTER RLJSSELL. I I I while you are about It tell them that my ih for on day of payment,at current rate of exchange. : their address to adles' Birthday:

PUBLISHINGCO) I profanity Is like your\ piety-only akin y V -a Jin: .. i3W solicit roar ba.lo.... : .- Almanac," Chattanooga Tenn., or by at your G rs.

deep." 'O. ''L'* calling on their druggist.:



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THE BANNER In the course of conversationon Chicago Tribune has tab- In political circles the chief

PUBLISHED KVKRY THURSDAY.IPBSCaUTION the pending ampa.igand its ulated the football casualties for topic of conversation is r gard- Wear.
: Foot
the the,list showingthat : Correct
--- year
incidents a well known and high- ink the proposition for an early
I $1 PKR AMVUH WVAKTBITUt : nineteen lives were lost, one '
I APTA3CB. ly distinguisbedcltizentemarked" boy driven insane and thirteen primary, says the Jacksonville

the other day uponthe; peculiar players badly injured several Metropolis.. The candidates as

ENTERED AT TBK POST OFFICE AT CHIP attitude of Governor Jennings in being disabled for life. The a rule so it is said, desire an v CI

LET FLA, Aft SECOND CLASS II An. seeking office while he is sup- number minor injuries foots early primary because it wil

MATTER posed to be serving the people. up several. hundred.PensacolaJournal. prove less expensive. In West

\V.V.. JONES Editor. "The state constitution prohibits -; Florida and on the west coast the
The is terrible recordof
above a
the from seeking a early j is favored becauseit I
I ADVERTISING, ,RATES <>3T APPLICATION governor bloodshed resulting from the primary
re-election. What is the purposeof will be more convenient for the
C1Hpl.y. Fl..,D eeeni..ier lUrta 1BO3. brutal game of football. Yet'we
such provision? Is it not to people while the east coast and ..
not call to mind onesingle
---- can
insure to the people who elected East Florida prefer a later date.
Florida docs not cut much ice instance where the press of the
him the benefit of his services, The primary must be held be-
but what little sbe does cutis country has' discouraged the ,
; lc E RDf.IJE.r
uninterrupted ,by the require- fore the national Democratic con :
pure ice. playing-or more properly, fighting .
I ments of a heated campaign for vention, and it now seems that a 1w' 'QS1 ODlJJEru': '
-of this game. The "manlyart : \ : _
A man will never be broke now further preferment? Was not of self-defense is compromise will be'made and the

t+ if he has eggs to sell unless the that provision inserted in the I condem ned, both boxing middle of May.selected. Whileno It is surprising how quickly an uninviting -
severely by
eggs go broke. fundamental law with the purpose press one seriously favors July or i Shoe will Hast a favorable .
and pulpit on the grounds of its
,- of maintaining and preserv- : and. effort madeto later, some prefer June, ,believing impressidn. So it isn't safe to run
brutality, every
To Senator Morgan Minister ing the dignity of the high office : it would prove best for all in chances. It's far letter to select aShoethalprecludessucharesultone
this into disre-
;;r, Vanilla is merely "somebodyfrom of chief magistrate so that the bring sport terested.In I
pute. Why is this? We sur- .
Panama. scandal of a scramble, for the succession discussing the matter with I
mise it is because the former is that is noble and artistic in its conception .

Major Rathbone would be might be prevented? Iso engaged in principally by part- several politicians, a Metropolis graceful In its outlines easy I

strictly in itif harsh words would then what is the difference tbe-hair-in-the-middle college stu- reporter was impressed that the ?7 the foot and so made as to render '
between an unseemly and undig- general opinion that Aprilwas '
break any bones. dents and the latter principally was maximum service. You secure all
nifiedscramble forthe successionto too early and that June '
indulged in by strong men, proud '. was these attributes in the .
the office of and a too]late. It is believed
Those politicians who are up a governor now
scientific box-
of their prowess :
tree, should undoubtedly have a similar scramble for another, ers. Fatalities in the ring are many that May will be the best Star Brand Shoes,

big Christmas tree. even though it be a higher office? month and :will prove most acceptable '
almost unheard of Oh, consis- ( : ;' Sold By>- :
And is not Governor Jennings in to a vast majority the'

p' His mony can't talk and Dowie seeking the office of senator, by tency, thou art... a,-liarl.. Democratic voters of the State. T. Iv Wells S Bro' .

If refuses to talk. So he evidently traveling about the state, indulging FIGHT' WILL BK BITrEB. A candidate in'speaking of the : : .

u must be in a bad fix. in course interchange of in- I Those who wilt persist In closing their proposition said: "Whatever the "
:ears against/ tbe'ooutinnal recommendation . X
civilities with an opponent violating or Dr. Kinft'o New Discovery for Con. executive committee does is sat- "i
There will be Christmas sumption, will have a long and bitter debt '
many a the spirit at least if not the with tbeir troubles, II not ended isfactory me. I am a Demo- l'

stocking affected by the big letter of the constitutional,inbi- fatal' termination., Head what T. it. Beal crat and adhere to plank in I
in the steel stocks. ot Keall, JIll..., bas t..say'Last full my every First National ink
slump bition?" wire had every symptom of consumption: the State Democratic platform. ,
bhe took Dr. King's New Discovery after .
General Funston is again No one present'it the time appeared evrrythlnnetsj bud failed. Improvement This platform gives the power'to Of IMa.ria.min., Fin.Cond !
try- came at once and tour bottles entirely
desirous of making"- cured her OimiantefJ by b, E. Mo executive. committee, and I o.s
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ing to freeze on to something. n. d Bt.t.m.nt at Class or Busln.ss.a.pt.9th.1903.
to these searching Geacby &: Co., dritiritlsts. rrlce COo and satisfied that the members
sponse ques- am RESOURCES.; : LIABILITIES. ..
This time he is in Alaska. $1.00. Trial bottles fre-i : ':
'4 I .. tions. Perhaps .Governor Jen- will act without prejudice in the I Bills Receivable and Bonds'I07.6:11: Capital Stock ..?,......., ... ...00000.00

= A FRIGHTENED!: fOR:;I':, n'mgs"himself, or some pf his ad- premises. Mr. J. E. Brqome I U. S. Bonds' and Premiums,.... 13,80000 Surplus Fund...........t.. 'a...., 2,500.00:
running like mail down the street The record of sentiment in the l'urnlture-andFIU.ures......... 234.38 Undivided ProHta...... ......... 283263
tba occupants! or a hundred other dumping Heel vocates, may be able to answer state on the early primary see, favors, a late primary but Cash and Due from Ranks..... 133,719.70: Circulation.... ..........:......*. 13.50000

dent, are every hooves everybody' to fame a r.lhlJle.e! "' \ questiod is being rapidly rear-
h andy and, there's none MS good as Buck- people. over the other, candidates as he ei89,891.77! 189,891.77ThI. !!
len'a Arnica Hulvo.", Hums, cum sores euzema > .. I ranged. The tally now;stands: .
and piles d."apl'ear quickly under Uspnotlifnif is a traveling salesman and has BanJo: COB.m.n..d Business February *th, 19Oa.wrlateh .
.i etlect. 2.10.|at I!. IS. McGeaohy & Carrie Nation is'said to be an For an early date 8 newspaper!; ;, his paid. He could D'rUy! agreement, Ioteret will be Paid on Time Deposits.-
Co.'s drug store. actress. One of her strongest for a late primary, 20-nearly 3' thus stand W, H. MILTO1S' Cashier.
a program as as
is when to "cut to 1. The White Springs Herald,
points necessary
Did Senator Platt feel flattered his present position lasts. I .
the she her in its current issue, transfers itself .
play can always use '
when he heard that President I think April too early but May TAYLOR STEAPi1-ENGINES
little hatchet. from the former to the latter
Roosevelt called him "a bully old 15th will be late enough. This
list, and vigorously advocates a
boy?" would give the people plenty oi '
t The prohibition :vote throughout date as late as October 1. COMPLETE' fl TAYLOR

Some men who are in Congressmay the country is not large .. time to understand every issue SAW MILLS ..
not know how to draw water enough to tempt the president to The president is too,strenuousas involved. The-first public speaking I _

t -, but they all know ,how to dra\v invite Carrie Nation to a White a harmonizer of party differ- tpok place in Punta GordaAugust' OUTFITS Newly
25th, so they will have
House dinner. a '
mileage. ences. He summoned Senator T
." -,. aWe ... nine months of the campaign Equipped
Platt New
; ( would like to hear from It is hoped that President York and.GovernorOdell.of to dine at the White House which is entirely too long, but it GRIST : Boiler WorksMachine ,'r'

h, ', Senator Platt's new wife before Rsosevelt will not wear his little that they might settle their quar- can't be helped." WILLS- '. -:-

Panama flag in his coat when he
t we settle the question as to his
the their
rel over leadership!
receives General Reyes the Colombian 1tEVOLUTlO IMMLN EST.. MILL Shops and
.. emissary.RepVesentative State. Since the meeting the followers A sure sign of approaching/ revolt and SUPPLIES i "
of the senator and the serious trouble In your"scorn )la nervousness Foundry

UnitedStatesSenatorsare General Wood finds that the George F. Burgess governor have been more bitter Electric. .sleeplessness Buters will. quick or stomach I dismember upsets.the' w..... w- ,,..'.....Sir.Vro.f R.o.Ar, Spray fumpt,Mumorm,R.". ., I.arat.r.
harderto troublesome causes. It never falls to tone WI will Halts It to Your InUred to Flgnrs rith Us.
manage than the Jolo juramen- of Texas, has dictated a than everin the dispute to who the> stomach regulate the kidneys and bow.

tados, in the Philippines.The paragraph ,on the boll weevil received"the president's support. ela blooj.stimulate Run down tue svetoms!liver, and benefit ciarlfy purlieuInrlr the- M&LLARY! BROS. MACHINERY CO.

which will be inserted in the The incident callstbe attemptsof vanish aDd under nil Its the euronlour usual attending and thorough aches th..e..o. MACON, CA.

__ cotton market must: undoubtedly president's annual to the president to bring about effectiveness. Elootrlo Bitters III only//IOu. .
message ,and that la returned if It don't give correct> ---
see plenty room at Congress. harmony between the Republican satUfactlon. Guaranteed by S.1 E. iloUeacby nR d1G1yp1I44'1I $

the top of the ladder as it is proceeding factions in Maryland, just & Co,, druczlste. 1-Cup C9lera-Iif3afuma

on that principle. Workingmen in the District of before the last election. I the Children Bowel of Troubles of
Columbia who are members of .. "Prince Cupid," the new, Re- da'd'd' li'TP11113; AMi Digestion, Regelate Age. *

Why did Carnegie put himselfto the Hearst Democratic club, have It appears,' according to the I publican delegate from Hawaii in MIINDLRSI tha Bowels,Strengthens
the Child and ILfeKea
so much .trouble to escape the urged John Sharp Williams, the statement of Tracy Robinson, an Congress gives promise of be, ? Casts Calj 25 cuts at )Dnggsfe) TEETHING EASY.
... 01'' Mallia ..sY M C. ...
4! clutches! of poverty --if he is so Democratic leader in the House American resident of Panama, coming an ornament to his party. .O..IITT.,; Doo 51. LOUIS MO.
I haw found 1>..Yea a'EETmNApri.Dua ::d.1: : =
.d' ng.bIldr.o
: Wi mj.I
proud of being born poor? to appoint William Randolph that the revolution on the isth- He has the right party spirit as a.eeEYIeq, ,hlld, .wry sa.e..Ak: :r.-r. tarred a b.s*w.Id for Ia.NYhlr Ia I- I happu..d; npoa le.t
TkaTEUNA :4'
ad D.tm.5. one. atmlW to hie,, hl. .. : ",... ,=i.rt hour..d
-- Hearst a member of the committee mus was a financial victory, in a was evidenced a day or two ago. that: '=: ::..h. "r:r.ud.WW..s I 1o hew.a=od t.pl is..d..d,a.l.,with'trt 3'r.D"t..,I\\:'=:.,ar..emiNaa from
ohad..a l .
r.oaa found it
... after
During the next campaign the s >>MUod. trothina
A friend him in -
said to the
on labor sense. There was fighting lobbyof :wu. Po u. JLUu Y.

Republican cry to the laborers following the announcement a :Washington hotel: ':'You I
F. C. ,
will \ WM. II. KNOW LEI:!, J. s.: LEONARD.
be "dinner at the White The new British ambassadorto secession of Panama because people. do not seem to be accomplishing rmSIPEST.,; YICE-PaEELENT.

House" instead of "full dinner. this'country,who was formerlythe I the Colombian soldiers that much in the extra ses- CA8HIEH.,

pail. English representative in department were paid money to sion.". "Wo," said Prince Cupid First National Bank, .

Roosevelt has been presentedwith Spain, declared in an, interviewthat go home without making trouble. "we are not passing/ many laws, OF PCISSHCOLTS FI,7t.

a wild cat by a Georgia man. the Spaniard loves the The'money, it seems, was raisedin but look .at the mileage some of Transacts a General "

Now he can work off some of his American now as much as he -New York, and when the us drawl" Who could 'doubt af- Banking Business., .

strenuousness by tackling that does'any other nation. He can't handful of Colombian troops in ter ibis that'he is a coming Re- Your U4"ne.. Solicited r.

animal. love toe other nations much. Panama left the isthmus they publican politician? Savannah DIHBCTORatWM. .". '

carded with, them $3,000. of the News. H. KNOWLESV.. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT.. ,

A CURTLY MISTAKE.; Tennessee is now having! an ,revolutionists'. gold. \v. i;. UYER D. Q. BRENT..S.: LEONARD. '
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Blunders nre sometimes very expensive experience with forest fires says I .
Oco sionally life Itself Is the price> ot a An eminent legal authority has Post Office .
ml" like, l hut you'll never he wrong it you the Times-Union that should bea AN ITNFA1II ADVANTAGE. Directory.ONcehonrs7:3oa.m.to715 "WE 1 DO
take Dr. KII' '. dew Llfo Tills expressed the opinion that the .
: fordy i>ep Apropos of this early primary movement : :
pointer to our people, who have p. m.: except -
sla dlzzintaa. headache liver bowel
or baa been Bald. state executive committee is SunJava. J7_ ..'
It that It would bo fully
trvnlilcs. They are gentle P
yet thorough .
for generations back been men. P u t-bound mall closes at 10:30 a.m DILL LETTER
:2lo, at S.: E.JUctieacby &'Co.'. drug store. manifestly. unjust! not Inas than threeof authorized ''by the provisions of Weft-bournl mall closra at 6:30 p.m. .
aced by the alleged necessity of the. most prominent candidate for Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 11m..
During six weeks'this fall 27- burning off the woods every I nomination In the primary election who the primary statute, to includein and Mall Inavej from at Orange 13 m.,dally nill 1,,liavhcndandst.except Mondays: MEADS III I' MEADS
the primary, NOTE
000 German Americans returnedto spring. The law on this shouldbe are now serving the people of Florida! at approaching elec-' Andrews arrives at 6 p.m.; and leaves at I ENVELOPES, '
tiod the selection of candidates a.m.dally,except :Sunday.: I .
their fatherland. This is not looked after with keen interest. Washington. Their public duties. will Sunday hours: 9:00: a. m. to 11:30: a.m.. HEADS DUSINESI
an argument for prosperity in .. probably prevent them from personally for the office of presidential elec- and from /ft:3O p.m. to 7:1.1: p.m. STATEMENTS I CASDS
participates' In the campaign until after tor, but cannot order the'selec- Money Orders Issued at all hours when -
America. With the publication of the office Is open except Sundays.!
the 'adJ mrnmoQt of congress and a primary tion of members of the committee J. a, ALLEY, P. :M.J rAMP L TS .
Bristow report on the postal held before that date would practically ; MILL; 'T
Of course every cannon neces- scandals, the Republicans lay exclude] them from'the :'advantage to succeed those now in office;

sarily has its "boom," so they stress on the fact that one of the which the other candidate will enjoy' of for the reason that the former ; J DJ.JONEs.ATTOUNEYATLAY. CHECKS: I I CDE KS-

are now talking of Joe Cannon's many officials indicted began his I personally meeting the people. Florida are to be voted for at the succeeding -I RECEIPTS DRAFTS

"boom" for the vice-presidential illegal practices during the Cleve- democrats, whatever mar be their per. general election while CHIP LEY, i'LJl. WEDDING N 1V1s1TINl3 .- -0
sonal preferences have never! been accused
comination. the latter cannot be so voted for
land administration. In the case of unjust discrimination or anything INVITATIONS" G I CAEDBpro
but to be chosen BUELb COOK '
r are as a part of : I
of Perry S. Heath however, they resembling crookedness. They like ... ,
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.r. a. Law, TM
Mr. Bryan, we suppose is proposing say there is no object in discussing fair play and honest methods in politics, the party organization, accordingto CsaPS.z: r 7. ar: li"X.OJiUC.A: ORDER

to write a book of bis what occurred several' years and It la not probable that they will conSent -,, party usage. WOffioo op stain In Wells building. I 6D. -

travels. We would like to know, ago, as the statute of limitations to any unfair advantage like that Careful attention alas all matter* entitwted '
what 'be intends would prevent a criminal prosecution early primary scheme, devised la the Interest I It a'ppeara that Roosevelt and Uanna to air rare Collect iona m.d. I M VA R1\lIUH.AEL\ r
to do with his
I of the offender.: Heath isi]I I of a faction to the detrlment' of tae have locked horns and will fight for the Agra lor rmponoibla. time and !r.tested I Jar "'

politics. while he is writing this still secretary of the Rpublic-n: tata's. present honored representatives. presidential 'nomination.-: Uncle Marcus auranc. cool. paukM.Subscribe .. I, .Collection Attorney* a Specialty.at Eaw... t ''y

t....? national: committee.' Washington.: U a champion' Uo stepper.and may win. for th':?! B .sxm. i I Ufplejr, F.a:
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-;:.- Livery, Feed Sale /
\., DA1flfBB and Semi-weekly Atlanta

r .. ,, STABLE Journal per year tL75.BAxtEaandThrice .
,.i'" -- !: a 'fI'oekNewYork PNEUMONIA
World, per rear. *1_03.ItANNiiB S .
OH I PL FLfa I I ,
- ; \. and seml-woekly Tlmes-l'n-'
> on aud Citizen, per fear, fUll.
a 4
,'" >/, BANSKB and Home and Farm, per Ten
;:,., 'i ;, Good Teams and Drivers Can Be M.2S
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Had At Any Time. --- -au ; ,
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fi: to; Drummer.* Otflte. a Specialty. ?5 : follows cold but follows the of
.! Is announced.that the Florida 'pos a never use

: sum l I. now taking to the Rum stumps for

q the winter; the persimmon almost none,
and the now svrup coming to market. r cu

ZwtU) >:a7SF18D7a11'f7T7ttO::: : : T.L1 A Na Here one aocd thing/ succeeds another, roTH'
y' ; No. 4, No. 2. N/). 3. No.1 and each sweetens to perfection in turn. :

,': .U:3.n'n: 11o.1 m Lv..Ponsacola..Ar 5:00am 4OOpm: be thankful all the accordingto .
Let .
us yew F' 0' L' E" S'
.. ,.;' :I:2'Jpm 1:02l1om: .. .... 'lomaton.Lr 2:35am 2.30pm: .jI -
i Ii i 4:22: p m 2M: am.,.... .Moblle. .. .... 12:300t 1:211: p m our favor received. ,Ii! .
}; y l :t,, 8:23pm 7:30pm: ....N..w ()rh'nns.... 8:00: pin \\tS: m___ It Is foolish to try 11 win a man' goodwill : ,"

n,, .,," .. OJR.'J'u.:: .. bycoDv'ndng: him that he doesn'tknow
No. 9. N\), .. No. i. No.
h '' .11:05pm.: 1'J:3pm: r.v.'PenRQ.cola..Ar 4:00pm: 5:00am 'what he talking about,
7 ?{ ., 6:13a: m 1I:3J pm Ar .. Montlomery> ..Lv 11:15:I a m:311/ pm
'' .' ,," .11: !lam 9:12pm ....Birmingham.... 8:33 a m' 4:0.Il1 If people could always stop talking at '
": '. 2:30am 8:20 am.. ...LOllivilli. ....... o:15pm: 2:45am the right time every one. mfqht be a. victor HONEY AID TAR.
y, ; 7Ot u.m l1ilam: : .......Clucl'lna 1 9.0pm 11:15pm: In the strife .
7:20a.m: 1:30pm ......St. L9nla. .C.... -415iim 8:55pm
.' ,. The difference between a fanatic and a
"fif l"eo cull1.uud klver .Junctlon.
> ., No. 21. 1 No. a. Names of Stations. No. s. No. 22. crank Is that the latter may listen to reason -
r Daily 1 Dally I (No atop where III not shown) I Dally I Dally If prooorljr clubbed.A \ .
,of 116.n't 70)amLv. PdasaiIA. Ar.luuepW Oetgpm need not tear that her bus ,
:: ,'" '' woman
ILLS It and heals
7B" Ihhonla Ion" 600" 'tbe"cough' the lungs
t. .4 U'I 713 .... Ynlest'I\ 1031" ;Ol" band Is drifting away as long: as she can stops
4 .; ,:': '. 1In": 719 E'cama( ; 1031" 11117" get him to button her waist down the
"t.-' . 1'J3 7n: Mnlayv,; 1033" 1145"v r back. and cold from
1" II a settling on
,. 1'33) U' 72i",. harp 1023" 1140'.. prevents : your
ar. 1359 731 G11t 15. 1127 .
Uty 10; A poor excuse Is worse than none IX It
r.: ., ; "./x::,. 1).1)13)l\m" 73J. 'u GJ'II Mlltall I 1010"'' 1120" lent believed and 'in Pneumonia
", ,, :. ,. .1l1lte' D 4M" lungs resulting : Pleurisy
ln": 8 1'1 ILslts "
98$ 4,3.'S'
2. .. ..".. ::- ,i,. 2.j '" 8,3) I. MillI.J\ DIII "' 4'11' "" Jewelry has charms to soothe the womanly .

"M'1., ;, 2..1. S3i"' Credtvle.v .91:1": 4OO"! breast. i
,(. r7.' :" ,: 11')1" 833 Dier L'\nd 85 8,34 .... or Consumption. .
[\,', ; .,.',. ; '811 ;" 91) ," I" )'av: heal ,840" 8,11 '. People who have to buy experience acquire -
\:; 4 !)3 \\131 u sense
c D.J.Ii'.I'II\kSDrlngs 813. 243"
t y. :;( : '.' tU" I.H') Ar"vle ,741". 281" ; You in of serious'results ifFOLEY'S
: :? ..,;:,: : .4) 9il": P"1ce do.r.eont.' 721: : ,213 ," The way to let a woman have your way are no danger
'f. -.. ,- .. ..' ,
Is insist her
110) UU to
\ Wedtvllle.-a .711 ll1i": on having way.
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lJ ti
}, ; CtryvI1l9.j! 712 149
\" .,. :: ,:'' t\ 53) 10 H .... flonlfar. H53 127 ;" The wives who always have good cof1'coon ] HONEY AND TAR is taken,

'. ,: "' '. 60) '... l1. .. blplfY '087 104 n'n.. their breakfast table nover have any

e3). H.Q1 Cittondlle 618 .". 1334 .. divorce cases on the court calendar. it and heals the inflamed air
1121 a
i r1 70) .. .. Uh\fll1a. 000 "i l'U& as soothes passages -
73) .. 11 U .. Uvprt': 11311 114'1 a'm When a woman really loves a man'sho
Gral1d eo
74) 11111 Itldre 1122 <
l .. 113 pictures tocberaelf the day when he will
+ 1')03 I'In.\.I 1010"8U
7lii : : 3 1121" ( and the
"Z' ':; .. 1913 n'nAr., lv r.Jl1nctl.Q ;( v. 510 .. 1020am come to her with some grpat grief and sob cough disappears.
with his. head In her lap until be arises .

I Two Boston EDOvirh Indies Said.strolling Ions a I comforted All Is not and figure strong.that; flesbens. Be sure and get FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, as preparations

rood just outside of the borough came } containing opiates stop the cough temporarily by paralyzing the nervesin
upon the OMIt milestone. On It, was It Ilso easy fur a woman to fool a man

: DraUDil Pairis'I written "1 m. from Hoston.' Having that. she'can give a kiss and make him the throat: and leave the germs of serious lung trouble and you get

tt g never ventured so fur from their native apologize for having. stolen,It. 1 one cold on another because the first one was not cured perfectly.Saved .

place before they mistook the stone foru Tho surest way to convince a woman

:, sepulchral monument "How touch- that she Is wrong I I. to Bit'tlll and lot her
;;, "" Hat' Life From Pneumonia. Oared When Very Low With Pneumonia.
; Cnrc4oo,7LL.rOct..2lIJ02. lugr; they exclnlmcd. "How simple! I try to convince you that she Isn't.
: Y',.', .. How liuumnl! Tin from 1101'ltoll.VlJat' "My wife had a severs attack of Pneumonia which J. W. Bryan of Lowder, III., writes: "My little
.. I suffered with falling and congestion more"needed to he-sold? So the" .dead No matter how ashamed her husband followed it severe attack.of La Grippe and I believe boy was very low with Pneumonia. Unknown to

,.,.< {'"", fir, pains through; the groins 1 Buffered are aptNothing! writes James Coffee, of Raymond, Missouri. TAR. The result was magical and puzzled the

,, ?.t "' struation.terribly had at blinding the time headaches of men The AmbltlnaN (,11...... makes a woman feel so happyas Dr. C. J. Bishop Agnew Mich., writes: "I have doctor and he, quickly as it Immediately recovered.; "stopped the racking cough
: and rushing of blood to the brain. Tin Guide-.\\V1I. here we .are on the to see that her dearest friend la getting used FOLEY'S AND TAR In three very
What to ] knew not for ,it peak nt lnTho -'>t wrinkled. severe casss of Pneumonia with good results every :
/ try Throo Sizes 25o 50o and $1.00
and Tourist Oh. do case. : ,
seemed that I bad tried all guide yon mean
I; 'failed, but 1 bail. never tried Wine to FRY we cnn get no higher Dou't any DOT am a heap ob dlfTuocn 'twist 4

: .. I, of Cartiui, that blessed remedy for that I can ascend no further.! man gltttn' '1I loo"an gtttln' scared, but The 5o-cent size contains 2 1-2 times as much as the
;,; sick women. I found it pleasant The Ouldc>-1Ve11, yon eon climb up wo'n a man: nit scared he! am mouty apt

'i';'.. to the take right/ and medicine.soon knew New that I blood had thin feet alpenstock longi Cblentfct If you wont Tribune.to. It'. seven fo' to glt Nuws.'1IA'loo, Jllstah. Jackson.-Baltimore small size, and the $ i.co size almost 6 times as much. ._

:' seemed to course through my veins!

r t. s'..:':I and was a,after well using woman.eleven bottles I nr Pr.'...... la (10....... "The entire Florida delegation In cong 1 SOLD ADD nECCrJME IDED BY 5

"DoPc, your daughter: plity Slorart?" -ess." cape tho Do !Hoto:' County Advertiser 8. K.!: McGEACIlY MHO Cbipley, Ha. lr llll 'CK, Vernon, Fla.

h : sy ''_.w41 CHAS Inquired the young mail with IrolItllllll eera to bo doing all they can for

Florida. They will work harmoniouslyas To lie Ueallbr Be Practical.. .

I".,' 'I 1 think she does' ," nmtwered Mm. In tqe past. Such will bring about. Theoretically, every adult person' of Do We promptly obtain U. 8 and Foreign
I, M Mrs. Bush Is in perfect wishes to be i
h t' now Cumrox affably.: "Put I think she! prefers successful endeavors." any Intelligence strong
't f.!: health because sho took Wine of wlJst"-Washington .Stn and healthy. Practically a majority of .. to
F'4 Cardui for menstrual disorders : "When bolters and Independents can them wish nothing of the sort They You 0aoudmodel.

bearing down pains and blinding "'.. Host Tale Get .Them. be seriously considered as Democratic would like to be well enough; but are ,.. f .

headaches when all other remedies nislp-.I don't believe Unit story candidates. ," Rays the White, Springs I not willing to pay the price though it Take "" .s ewhor photo o ,, "'her relief. Any shoat -"..Ull. In Boots.. flow could a Herald "It Is high time for the genuine really costs nothing. Wbt a man gets free report on rmfent&bllltjr, For Ine book> .
failed to !
rr bring
cat have boots! oat oC health be usually wants to get Pate tnlnnclroRA E-MAAKS'wto
seven league
Democrats; to get together and change .. _i .
l f', sufferer health by taking .
may secure Robbie-Xlnj-Iip n'glnnt throw 'em atMm something to "patch him up" so that
'_ the plan of making nominations. THE BANNER ?
/ Wino of Cardui] in her homo. one night."Philadelphia Press he can continue the foolish things) n.
': t The first bottle convinces the patient Some Florida" politicians will now pro- which have caused his had condition; & 1

'.:: $ ": the is on the road to health. It H bettor to lire rich than to die ceed from n turkey least to crow.. hence the almost universal resort to If not U S .

rich-Jobnuon.; drug treatment Instead of the natural Office'I.
For advice in requiring If the Jennings-Stockton:' Imbroglio
5 s cases of restoring find maintaining pposlta U. S. Patent

", special directions Ladies', address Advisory, giving ''Ha.'laJ'Fop Moner. keeps uo there will bo no serious frosts I health means nnd strength. If a man Is really Why not? WASHINGTON D. C. .

I'' Department" The Chattanooga! "I married for'lub\ 'de Lust time," said this winter In Florida., desirous of being naturally sound and

Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.Foley's Ebenezer Snow "but dls time I marS healthy be will try to study out the We will send THE BANNER post pate BO YEARS'
: ties for money an' don't you forget It.' mentis of becoming so. Tfycsa\ means" to say address, for f 1 per year) AOu. for six EXPERIENCE
f< 1J e1C RDWa "Your bride elect baa money,' ba are all Included In the seven foundation months; 25o, for three mouths.

IIbe T' Women care much less for their rights principles of practical hygiene

.'" "Yes, sub.' .Dot girl bas no less dan tban for their privileges.. namely exercise rest. air \light! food, OrWe

t $34.78 in de sarln'a bank, for she Experience may be an expensive school I drink: and bathing-Cooking Club. -/ will send THB nxifMBR and t.he''
bowed me de. book"- Detroit Free I Now Yrok Thrlco-a-Week World, one yea
but it never takes a recess. .
:. ;-'.:; Kidney Cure Press. When Yon Day CI...... .I lor $1.63.): '
lJf makes kldatya and bladder rightI I Cold weather may be bracing, hut It When you buy cheese bear In mud trw / r TRADE OcslatusCopvnloMTs MARKS

ffl,' I I Dad Attach of Paraljnle. shouldn't embrace our orange groves. that all good cheese will be mellow to Orw. 4C. tAnynne.endln.a.keteh.ndrlaeerl

; ... . ;. Gentleman- 'cao.t work on nc- the'touch, yet firm. The rind will be of tlonrn)
\ A realizes how One form : : :
woman ncrrr will
I ,, $ | send TUB BAXNER: and the Quickly. MiooriHiit our opinion free whothar auInTantlim
't I" count of .paraIYltI8 l N'onll4nlOf{ Yoelook an even tint elastic and free from puff. Atlanta Journal l Is probably' piiteiitiibln. omm"n''
c',,'" she has until her looks begin: toga Weekly one year, for $1.60 .
non8d.nUaI."ANDBuDIl P"t.uta.enC'
.tMOU on
as strong as I do. and a (sample will reveal n firm, close, tloi .
);: : p. '- Otdeflt ""nor fur auourlntf' patentn.Futeiiu !
,.j v ,'V._' ;" : 1y r Trainr>-\VelI. yo see boll:. It's paralysis One thing against the rising generations I buttery grain of n nutty flavor. Cheese Or ,. notice taken, without tEroiiKti. charge Mann", lu.the* Co. rge6isrpeekal

.,..i.I, .,. k of de will dat I'm troubled wit that It la often so loth to rise In the which foels BO bard that yon: cannot

.. w. -Exchange / nornlng. dent It with your finger tips on the rind II you want all three popers -Tn'll: Scientific Rm rltan.
BANNKU The New York World, Tbe At- ...... .
salted skim weoo.I f untnt clrenliuloii
Is either sour ton heavily A""ndlMlm..lIIn.t.
for himself alone but
No ,
that man hints Journal-We will make tbe extreme ..f mir.,,' ) Icrnn, 53 a
There III no place quite a*' dry as some of us certainly come. all around doIng med or cooked too much. On tbe other ly low price of only $2,35. for the three ra- T nri fourmnutbs.L. auidbyall) new.clp.lor. .
where a river used to be. _. -. It hand. If tbe rind breaks upon pressure pers. mUNN( Il Co aOJSroadw v. New Ynrk rkauo
or does not spring back readily when the laea.&61r at.Waabthtttun. :
.ay..llup.rment.ns-: Today acceptable f time to subscribe .
"l OF : .
ItEFLEClIONS: Flowers of speech can never fade but
sav.dn.pV outmantf. Ia the finger: .U withdrawn 'this Indicates
r ta.bUndard 5.ed.. All In. not plump that the orator often gots tho other fellow
54 orersoft article caused by the slack
Sh' an
'iii.i :: by ul dea..r. /Dal THE INNER.Chl ; iii3iib s
'.. to Seed al rpput.anu.D Annual .p..tpald. Iraq The lat word never a woman; "faded. cooling of the curd or a want of add. TC l S .,;

{' &L FEnnY'. CO's It take the last vocabulary to do It. The political pot Is boiling In earnest At. beat It will have an Insipid flavor I Chi ley Fin.Foley's !
I MICIL.r just now, but there' much more satisfaction and will "go off" as It ages. OF CORES
Detroit. The way .to keep on lovliiga--woman Is I
for ber to keep on not marrflng him. In these country& syrup boilings.rimesUnlonv .- An t1..appreelaU.. Listener. l Honey and Tar ."

; BANNER SALVE It Is Just I like a mother to do( her ion's A well known lawyer whose first I torthlldren.S9fe.aare. No oa/ates.
him! name Is: James bas a brother whom be I
problem In algebra for and then to
'rjs the most h.allnpsalvslnthsworld.to .
visited lately\ Ills brother lies a
be proud of him for IL '
International Land and arbor daughter: aged four :years whose mother Thrice ae week Edition !. rnli+rr .
Itlgamlsts must have an l Idea that two Company, which was recently Incorporated had lectured her a few days before -OF TIIE- e

wrongs make a right, under the laws of New Jersey, with for telling "stories." Tbe lawyer! think- NFW YORK WOULDAND

.. Next to being a literary pnrsort most a, capital of $5,000,000, has purchased the ing to, entertain the little one took heron (Is growing larger every day. YOUR.
write for our confidential letter before applying his knee and told ber two of Us best TILEChipcy I NAME should be on the list.
worth any woman would rather hive her son lands and the
for patent; it may: be money. entIre plant log road 9f
rir a t We promptly obtain U.a.and Foreign! lead the slngfng/ church. folklore tales. Instead of being charmed Banner cunESWhlt.s
Skinner Manufacturing Company, ten Painful
as lie expected. "she never smiled 6'F P
PATENTSFftEE If a woman has money enough she can mile east of Pcnsacola says tf I telegram but when be bad finished slid from his -FOJl- 0 Profa** and Irregulap !' !

.nd TRADE make a man admire her figure almost at from Pensacola dated November 29. face and. to YEAHThe Menses,
MARKS. orretnlEN knee with a solemn going $ Li5PEU(, Ovarian Trouble,
TIRE: ...loruOJ. much. she does. ( '
detch The property Includes over 100,000 acre Uncle Jim
aRid Mamma
+'f" orphntoaadws. her mother, : JlEUIo ViviCKA. Failing of the Womb
''IL-M the b..t..legal report eiioe on peieoCabiliir.and BdT&e,'W.and glv.onoluuve It makes a girl feel)dreadfully ashamed of the best tract remaining this section will go: to the bad place spre. He has TWI_ -WHk World has now become and all other disturbances to which P

I- *are moderate. Try... to have a man kiss her without being of the state I stated by parties who lost told me two big storlea. "Kaosni the TbrloeaweekWorld, being Issued ev' females are Zljecl, especially those

SWIFT & CO. careful to see whether anybody Is looking. are III a position to knots that. the land City JournaL_' err Monday liberal W&loesday and Friday. obstinate case which for years have
The moat offer ever mate( to the restated all other treatment. -
Patent Lawyers What a woman envies aboot a mjiq Is and harbor company contemplate an ex. Surely Conventional.MAgatua. pnbllo. Tbe Thrloa-i-week World larger
tension of the log road to ,Andalusia. AN OLD CHRONIC CASE. I
D.C. thatwbeu Iba wan Jo have a good: el ."> said her mother:, "1 don't than any weeklv or temlwoekl newspaper '
OppU.S..Patent Offlco.Washlngtori, Ala connecting with the Central of published. furnishing eighteen pages, For five Teens I suffered from ",hHs:
she has toslidownttor Ivkut heeai. Ueorgla and bringing r the latter! Into Pen- like to bear a daughter of mine tell elKbt, 1 columns wide every week and the and womb trouble. three. physicians fuil- 1toaSo
swear la any position. acola. Only about thirty miles of roadbed even conventional You know youcan't Chlpley; rUNWiK lor One Dollar and Blxty-: relieve me. i then begun laxincj.P.P.anamycorulitinnsoon J I

"' J D FORR&STER Is. necessary to form the connecting. bear Aunt Becky and yet when dye a nU a year. The.World combines all 1 I am now pruotlvally: cured improvediia !I. take y
: Even when she has looked for a maunder Ink. Plans ol this extension have altody bnect and rrUpneisofadally with 111 \\\
the pl.uure rtlco I
Justict-of-tht-Peacc the bed and found none there been drawn. she came the other day you said, the I: liuotlveand sieclal feature or a women k"Sbir: .lvIiilekr.Write \!J / 1
tJltUaUo claimed that 'the company 'Auntie, how glad I am to see you r : .
d think how weed!
\i\\\\ '' ..vi. aid all aekoowledtte make a woman: blush} awl
rt i i e \ will build from Pennacota to la the Iad .Q Stealth DRUGGISTS a
ward It would be for her If there MObllf1 That wasn't a He mamma, answered Add eu for, further Infbrrnatlon. _..' ..
t mint :3sa;etalty. C3urt3Thnrsdav af waa.cn easing all of the road to the The CU.ll'UY', BAMHILH aI.b. Cb.tta readsSELL-nL. 0 P.
Agntba. "That was an exclamaUoo n..tl.a tb-tur .r.
", t3rthij. :Maidiv': In each month. tL'. New York Press.; Georgia. i j ,"Chicago Tribune. Chiplcy, his.

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't.,.. -- 11 1 . -- ;; t, \r.>it. to Local i NotClllllh..b'-t..th..tblll..1I! HUT1CK.< :. b* -received t ,

dorq S1> > i As evidence of the fact that a newspaper to et cuntract fur a Superintendent of Poor .
Pf NC.J ,' Is considered by outsider aft. re- Farm and a keeper of Ferry at Millers. Ferry at
Court ITmise. door at public oat cry at next meet -
"' 0'Electing the prosperity and general condition Ins or tn.s Board at la M.. Jan. nth' 1904.
Magnificent Stock Parties. with. whom contract Is mademuataulca.
of things In the community, i iJ n .
NLxoa.' ,
-: .nod. and stffidont/ bond. Board reserve' the
r ? which It Is published, we print below i a right to Acct soy and all burr
3 Sach beautiful Weather! [letter received! We-lnesday. Many of i a tfy order i f the. Board of Count Commissioners ;'
t us the 9th day ol December

Mary ttous Values Air. C. T. Bennett called Friday. |time similar to time nature have been received_ from W. C. LOCKS-IT. Clerk for Board. se.

Mr. Frank A. Pledger! .among ua t'bweelr. !. NUTIOli.
WIs. December J003.
BEtoiT ,
t Notice hereby given that T. Ernest A. Far
I "yr. T. C Jones, publisher BAHNBR: non, as guardian for Vt I Its Payne and Ernest
Suits. Messrs. Florida Payne, minors, win. spplijto!;. Qua. Joel .! IVIen'a Suits. Overcoats. Boys J. E. Nixon and I. T. Campbellare "Dear Sir-I am to visit West,! County Judas dWaehmg.onCounty. Florid .t

hauling their Cotton to the KIn thisweek. next month with a view of locating: and his,..Ii.,. In Vernon said. aunty. on the 7th day

1 $8.00 $7.50 $1.50to would be pleased to rtcplveacopy of Tour: of or pub"csaleforcashoronaIt....'... .1904, for. pcrmisHio <.sell. as, at the private said

paper. Not particular about a late Issue Jndg-amairader. a i the rlll'hl: title and Interest
Mr. and 3frs. J. A. Mortar of Cookarelpendln"a
to to ; described
I something of sec ol the said minors In the following tractor
Think\ that Judge :
week with their son, B. ]D. can parcel' of land situated in the tt wn of Chlpley.
; $20.00 $10.00 $6.50 Murray tlon from papers published.there. Stamp. ; said county and state towit Lot Number 247.
\ being a part ot the couth half ef northeast ease
enclosed. Very truly
a ter of Section tour Township four north of range
Miss\ Dlantba McCall IH pend'iolf a few "SBLDBII X'RArr: 13 west Also a lot commencing at a point .t

: 4 Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothing In Town. days on a visit to Mrs. Anna Douglas, i 01 1119 Park avenue." the south west corm-r of the tm........ lot aid by
W. H. Donely and Sarah II:. Donely to J.
: Bay head. foe. bordering:on fourth street la town of Chipley;
e $1.50 Suit Values for $..00 running thence" west 3 chains and tin links;
Fleece Lined Underwear Mr. E. Singleton who baa been grlnc NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. tbenoe north 3ehainathence east 3 chalna and

log: cane for the past two weeks finished Department al the Interior. I I 3] links: theneeauath. to 10M degrees ea,t 3 chains
t Land Office t G.ln.III.'a.. Dee. 1.1903. I r to the bng-fnnlns" containing one and 4-1CO of anEtttfnrr
up Wednesday afternoon. Is. given. tbat the follnwInir-namiH aae.
Notice hereby
m The largest line of Pants ever shown; a fit guaranteed. settler bas Bled rules tale Intention to make A Ftirxri.As .
u iL 6r Wr. Charlie. Chance, of Florala. Ala. final' proof In support of bin claim and that said Guardian Afor"said.
came down Wednesday' and brought 1\11'' proof will be-.made before Xbe County Judge .t<
II. ,; FOil BALK.Ths .
II Vernon. FI.. on J aDO''''7' 16< 1903 visa PhllliCox.
+ Standard Prints Still'8e per yard. Robert Nixon a bores. lie. returned home ol Sexton. Fla.. Hd. 28A33, for the neX aswK Crampton PmJ>ert.v.-IIO....... Bland--alts
Saturday : nwtol sel-4 wl-4 of net-. Sec.24 Tp. ;3 mils southwest of < all of
0 N..R.Uw. r't.4. .. A.CiuM-r-TOM.Ii-dU:: :', WIN 7
He names the following witnesses prove his tlmbtsron this
Atlas Laura Rus finished her school Any t.-p..lnllorcuttl..ef
Our furnishing Goods Department was never as complete as it ernitlnoous resldencs upon and cultivation of said land will' be dealt with to the fullest extent rf law.CONTR .
term with a real, nice exhibition Friday land rim J. J. SaL John Semll. B..v.at8cott
V Charlie EoOo....... all of Orann. BUI, Fir.w. : :: NOTICE.
values in night, and returned to her home at Vernon G. HOBIH80.tr.
,. is now, comprising good :Department of the Interior. I
: Saturday accompanied bY Mr. D. B. Ed.: fee paid. .Re deter. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.. Oct. 7. 1903. f
: Kennedy. Borne of the look A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed
Neckwear Shirts Gloves, Belts, young: men a In thlsofllca bjr Jfio. H. Thames contestant.
li liC little sad this week w coder why? NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION r B-ainstHd.entry No. 2WR8. toads December .S.8TO. .
t Department oTtho Interior t lor neK. Section 28. Township 1 N.. Range
On Saturday of last week this community land Office at Galnosrl.Pe.Fls.. Nor.30 1WJ. f 16 W., by Frederick W. Wright contestee. In
Hats and Hosiery. shocked of the sudden Notice Is hereby given. that thsfollnwinrnamedeuter which It l. alleged. that said Wright ha. never.
was to learn
Suspenders, baa filed notice of his intention to make. resided en nor cultivated said tract and that his
death of little Hosea Mclnnfo. which was find proof in support of bin claim, and that said absencrt therefrom was, not due to employment in
caased Little proof will I be made before Clerk Circuit I Court, at tt s Army of Navy hi time of wan said parties
by croup. Hosea was the Vernon. Fla.,on Jan. 9 1W4, vier William. H. ate hereby notified to appear respond. and offer
Butler 2K-year old son of Mr, and Mr. Calvin Owen., of W.u....... Fla., Hd. 29177. for the wjt olnwX evidtmcrt touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a.
Campbell McInuls. We : neX of nwX. Section: Tp. 3 N.. K. 14 w. m.. on No.ember30.19l'3. before the Clerk of CIr-
t:1 extend our sympathy to He names the. following witnossta prove b cuit Court at Ven."" Fla.. and that final hearing
: Kla.! : them lu their bereavement. continuous residence. upon and cultivation of said will be bold at 1I1o'clock.. m on December -
ChIpley, a I .. land vbn Llbe Taylor. J. W. Rod........ F.. M. 11% 19O3, before the Register and Receiver at tho
Duncan. Rodgers, B. F. Swindle all of Wau..... Fla. United States Land Offica in Gainesville, Fla..

W. O. Rob"",,,... Tbe said contestant ball'lnw In a proper affida
Ed.fee paid. Register. vit-Bled. Oct.3. 1901. set forth facts which show
Cane grinding and potato; digging Is all service of this
... snFasclnator tin t efterdue dilltfence personal
the go with the farmers nowadays. NOTICE FOR PUBLIC TION. notice" "" ..n..t be made It is hereby........... and
Judge BBg9, of Pensacola was among I Santa Claus, the children's friend, hal di acted that such notice be .given br due and
quietly telegraphed to Miss Hattie that .Wo hear some rumors of a wedding to Department of the Interior. I pr per publication
id 1 1L the 'Visitors here Thursday., lie went to his Land Offbeat Gainesville Fla.Nov. 30. 1W3. f W. G. Robinson.
w1'i O : Vernon on business. be baa reserved some of choicest and occur soon but wDn't.sa., who yet awhllt Notice is hereby given. that tlMfoUowlnfaaniedsettler 0 Ed. fro paid. Keg-tster. _
cboauctit articles for her and will salvewith .
has Bled notice of hi. intention to make
'Loo.,1't them next week lie sure and call 'Mr.James II.Brock and his son Ernest Anal proof In support of his claim and that said I I I NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TION.
Just arrived at Cook's a very choice selection to BOO them.Mrs. made this >ronf will be mado before J. R. Wells CountyJudge Department of the Interior. )
of nice up-to-date trunks, at old a business trip Chipley week at Vernon. Fla, on Jan. 9. 1'111t.ia: Ella Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. Nov. :3. 1903. I
at Cook's.Syrup time prices. John Boyd was taken to the'boa Veeks "wMow.. of Wm. W. Weeks deceased". ofWsui.au. I Notice hereby given that ttu..,folowingnainedsettler
We have been having some cold Fls, Hd. 3T708Ufor the mft o{ nwX. [ has filed notice of his intentlun to make
wanted at Cook's. See Farr!:>r Bros.' show window and 1 pltal! at Chattahoochea Wednesday tier weather for the last. two weeks and the Section ;20. T\>. 3 N.. K. 13 w. j final proud msuprort of his claim and that said
think you will and what you want for many friends hope the treatment there He names the following witnesses to prove. his prone will he mado before CliTk 1 Circuit Court at
f Any and all kinds of groceries atCook'i Xmas. farmers am taking. advantage of It In continuous residence upon and cultivation of aald Vernon. Fla.. on Dec. 12.: 1103 vizi Thomas F.
will be beneQulal killing hogs.. and, vta J.ie D avis. Jno. Pad I. L. Daniel O. Mathews nl n Fla.. Hd. 29356 for the
ff :Sea: Mr. (]eetln '1 notice. lie want L. Daniel, all of Wansau. nwX of neX. neX of e'Ji. A wH o( nw%. Sea 3O.Tp. .
Mr. J. W. Williams left Wednesday Fla.W.
If von are In doubt as. to whether Cook Mr. Gilmer, the traveling man for J. G. Robinson.Ed. .. 3 N, R. 1J west
rails split. evening/ for Pensacola to attend the c"tn nave you any thin t on shoes hats and fee paid. RelP ter. Ua names the following witnesses to prove his
clothing give him call. P. Williams & Co., was down In this com ; continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
Fascinators and circular shawls at Metbodlst. conference unity last week looking after the furpentine NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. land.., viz: W. H. Slay. K. D. Nelson G. R. Gilbert -
Cook'a : J. M. Stewart. all of Orange Bill. Fla.
f' t5hr 'brand shoes are better.. Wells Mr. Worley Sowell and wife and lon, Interests of Brock Bros. The firm known tithe Central Lumber.., W.Q. Kobintnn.Rl. .
Mr Thomas Collins transacted business Broa. sell tliem. Bunion of Orange 11111, left Tuesday doing business at Chlplnjv Fla., Is hereby dlsnolred foe paid. Rrg a.-..*.
WB are Informed that Ernest Red die I IIs by mutual conflent: M. M. FVabwr. and
morning for Bothan Ala. to visit rela NOTICE FOR PUBL1l'ATJ.OIi.Dep.rtbllmt .
hero Friday, We call the attention of our farmers t.o F. U. Fralser retiring from the bn. neM. J. S.
tlves and friend preparing his pupils for!: an exhibition Shoemaker and H. O. Murry remaining. part of the Interior. >
'Good, pants from 60c up to$4.00at Well the notice of Mr. A. I. Miller. Get you on Christmas eve night, to take place at nnrx will assume all liabilities, business running Land OOlce at Gainosvllle. Ka! 1'1011':1.: 1903.' f
Bros.'* store. cotton In before the 15th. Mr. F M. Rates, a prominent citizen oBonlfay under lame style, J. S. SHOEMAKER. Notre Is hereby. given that thefollowin .me4
tbo Brown 0
,Ii school housed also a Christmas .- H. O. MURRY. settler has filed notice of his intmt ion to make commutation
'.? We want a correspondent at Pt. WashIngton member, that Cook keeps only the paid us a pleasant call Wcdnes tree. Everybody Invited to take a 0 F. B. FR AIBER. prod support of his. claim and that
day. lie made as smile with two samo M. M. FRAISIiR. said Drool will be made before Clerk Circuit Courtat
j and M IIIv lIo., best quality und IreaU groceries.. part. Chipley. F1a. November 37. 19O3. 4t I I V........... Flagon !>_ 12: 1'>(13" vbs. Thomas
'" loons Long may he lI\'o and prosper. ... .. ] i W. Jordan.of Cbipley Fla. Bd. 2OI11: fur the
How about U? Those Xmas goods are 111'V.. J. Daniel, one of Marlaona'smost. Gay. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I nwM; Section 28. Tp. 3 N. K. 12 west.. .
.t% going Farrlor Bros.' prominent business men' was trans Get. yon a trunk from Farrtor Tiros' Department of th i I it terlnr. t 1 I He names the (allowing witnessns to 1'..... his
'I' acting business here Monday. They keep all kinds at. right. prices; I In Mr. J. C. Booth, of Georgia, fs theguesi Land Office at Gainesville Fla.. Nov. 9.19OJ. I r continuous rmldieni-e. upon and cultivation of said
We. Rush, of Doni fay, was one of the fact they are leaders. of R. L. MeKenzlo. Notice Is hereby given. thot tbefollowlnir-aamed l.nd..1zt Charltn Bnflnxor. W. B. Enfln-rer. W.
lunch C. C.Tharp, all ."Orange Uttl.Fla.
settler. bas. Bled notion of his intention to. m.k"l 1 IT.
visitor! bore Ladles those and bureau
Saturday. center
see pieces W. G. Jtobinsor.Erf. ,
Why can't our city fathers lay terra anal pond in support of his aim. and that said ,
scarfs at 'nrrlor. liros. They will Mrs. Ooodaon of Chlpley was proof will be made before Clerk. Circuit Court at '-- aid. Register
f See those fancy dress! ornaments at wash and look better. Ask to sue them. cotta piping at the roost Important crossIngs of friends here this week. t.beII'UeBt.I I Vernon, FIa.. on Due 19 1903. .: John Mo NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Furrlor lros.'; 10,15 and 25c eacb. and ditches? It would certainly be Ouavve of Sexton. Fla., Hd. 31177 for the nK ofneM. Department ol Interior.. I
Mr. w. O. llotlor, Jr., loft Friday evening much better and cheaper In the long run Mr. Walter Jones of Chlpley paused a Section 20. Tp. 3 N.. K.: U w. Land Office at Gaines-rilla. FluNov.. 16. 19113. f
Postmaster N. B. Hays, of Hays, Fla., He names the following witnesses to prove his that tbelollowininamedsettler
last. for Mobile to bring Mrs. ,Uutler few days with friends here the past week and cultivation of said Notice Is hereby civcn
continuous renjdence upon
was a visitor here Friday. Xmas will bo here In two weeks do has tiled notice\ of his Intention to make
I IEnuta
back. They came In Monday. ; land vial John A. Mitiuaffm. J. B. Finch.J.T. Baal proollA of hla claim and that said
0 our holiday shopping at J. R McUeaclr The Lucy H. left hero Wednesday : of Sexton Fla.. W. H. Hutchison, of W au- proof will be made support bvfora Clerk Circuit court atVernon.
-p Bring vour'chlckens, >gg ; to Cook. cunt discount at Cook I. satisfaction. W. G. Robinson Varunm.of Noles. Fla, Hd. 2H003, K/T the aM olnwKi
0 VIckers& MeKenzlo. Ed. fee paid. Res-Inter. nif oII1W X. Section 3-V. Tp. 1 N..It 15 w.
Ia Mr. E. A. Slmontnn has our thank for Mrs. J. B. llogeboom and daughter left : We notice In the Florala Now. an account Ba names the following witnesses to- prove hi.omtinu.usreaidenonupon '. '
R favor with eagle' It. A load of our jay young people drove NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department atdculovatiosof said
a an
Sunday evening for' Pensacola where of the death of Mr. W. C. Yawkv
f Urown. J. B. Varnum. W1Is. .-
; out to Mr. Grant's farm Friday! 'evening of the Interior. I land vljc James M.
i Winter Is here-get your heavy clothing ills Ian was married Wednesday. I Mr. Yawky owned considerable lands li to enjoy a cane grind. They had Land Office at Gainesville Fl.. No*. 16, 1V03.' f a Taylor: B. V.Tbarp all of Noles. Fla. .
from Wells Bros. ibis county. Want of spaco forbids pub a very Notice Is hereby. given. that the tollowlna--nained I W.G. Kobinsm.Ed.lbspald.
Don't wait, but to at once to Farrloilro sweet time. tattler. has filed notice of his intention to make I Regis truer
4t Mr. John Gainer, of Econflna, was .' store where they will take I pleasure Icatlon of the article. Boat proof In support of bis claim and that said
In showing you what they have for Xmas.: TW3 hundred and twenty-five negroes proof will be made before Clerk. Circuit Court at Rrll'llItrrLUMBERT
Among: the visitors here Saturday. Santa Clans has .Bent the Information Vernon.. Fla.. on Dec. 3k. 1903, TUB. Bunion" Gay
Mr. and Mr; Q. W. Watts and :Mis hat he will make his headquarters for arrived from Georgia a few "days ago to 01 Miller's Ferry. Fla., lid. 3VT24, for the wM Uwl4
See those lad 111M' collars at Farrloi Christmas, loot, at the Aliases Ulchard engage In turpentine. work for VIckers &: ; sel.4 of 801....Section 36.Tp. 3 N. R. 16 w. ,
Bros' from SSo: to SOc. Blanche Williams loft Thursday evening on's. Toys. and Xmas goods\ of all kind.Don' McKenzie. They will be located at the He names the following witnesses tG prove his .- t.-
and cultivation of said Ceiling -
for Pensacola to attend conference. buy until what have nntlnuon.reeidene.upon .
you tee they .
Rev. O. N. Wlnilett left Tuesday noon still near Anderson. snd. viz: Franklin Tiller. Carl Runt AlfredMttcbOU.
Joshua aO of Milter's J SJdlnq.
Drake. Ferry
for Pensacola to attend conference/ :Seeded: raisins( mince meat; etc., to bo If you don't hurry yon won't get any of Just. to let our neighboring burgs know Ma. W, ti. Hoblnson.Bd. Finishing and Dimension stuff famished
found at Cook's grocery store. that soaps its. noarly ;gone; but "'anlorBroil. ferfpald. Reirister.NOTICE .
One of our specialties Is groceries. J. .' still. sell at same old prlcn-10 bars that "wo are In It," will say that we also in short notice. You can bul'd without
K. McUeachy & Co. Mr. W. W. Scott, one of Holmes coon- for SSo. I have! been having some snapping cold FOR PUBLICATION. laving to nhlp your lumber from otherplacer ,
of the Interior. t I as It l III manufactured right hireat
tJ'" most farmers Department
Mr. Diehard'Brnn, of Orange Hill prosperous was Don't fall to read the advertisement ol weather. Our northern guests are quite Lani) OHIce Gainesville.'". Fla.. Nov. 16. 1903. f homo and the money homes t'penct'lli I ;,
of the visitors here atma; among friends here Monday. & disgusted with ""unn, Florida." Notice .Is hereby given. that the lulluwini-namej kept In circulation here at which '.
was one Saturday. F. N. Ilolley Co.. of Qulncy You "citn
clfcU-1 settler has hind notice of his Intention to make adds to the business of our city and to lbs
If want to for Yon can find that. Xmas send your order In'tbo morning and set. MM. Walter Green, of Eufaula has anal proof in support ol his claim and that said general benefit of our cltUens. (So build ;
yon get a good price your your irleud, at Cook's.: will be made before Clerk. Circuit Court at
syrup sea Cook. .. the goods at nlubt. lace lIutcblAon lain taken up her' residence In the cottage Vernon. Flaw on Dec. 26, 1'103..1a: John W. Tay. you agoodhousennw city's and be up with the\\ 5,

Mr. W. O. Daniel, .u prominent mcr charge. Everybody knows Mace Hutch-! west of A. J. Gay's She has been advised lor. of W.a.. ... Fla.. Hd. 37157 for the eM ot nest"' Jiol4 rapid march of our progress. :;
'I Wby couldn't wa have those excellent ofWI.4.. Section" 6. Tp. 1 N. R. U w. will furnish you the lumber at market
chant of Campbullton. but. a citizen of our to try this climate for a throat affection Jle names the lollowlngwltaenoen I to prove his I price Come: see u...
those dark ?
street lamps lighted nights
el Ity, paid us a pleasant call Monday. ton.When It cornea to toilet articles Farrlor from which she suffers, and will continuous residence upon and cultivation of said. I GULF" COAST & NORTHWESTERN .
land via: Dallaa Finch A. C. Pitts. Tboraaatartield
Spend your cash with Wells Dr s. and You will not only find a clean neat line Bros.' always lead, not only In Quality remain her this winter. Wo trust she J. L. Taylor. all o1 Wau...... Fla.. LUMBER & SAWMILL CO.: .J
get a chance at that. liand-ome: ; lamp. of drugs at k'arriur llros.' but cull Hue and quantity but alto In priced on anything will Und relief. W. & Robinson.Ed. t
Mrs. A. T. Miller' Is visiting her parent tJf JCmaSKOods.AliMs especially. In Xmas goods.Hoi. \ '. foe paid. Kc l.'''''. M. R. Pritchard. Man. ;.
< -try vllle. s
la Texas. Wo wish her a pleasant trip. Rhoa Scarlet left Monday for Tallahassee :- Sam Puleston, ol ilontlcello, I

No matter what you want always make where sho went to attend the formerly United State marshal has For the past two weeks perfect cara

(tt a rule to go firs to Karrlor Bros.' store. marriage of her brother, Mr. B. F. Bcar-. made-the announcement that he will be a vans of hunters. with their fine dogs and r-' I

leu.lIats. candidate, for state treasurer. Now It teams, have been passing through Garyfllle 1j
Mr. P. Stone, of Atrnore Ala., was In en route for the Knit coalt. These .1
rill be Knott beat
to to him or not to j
the city this week transacting business. for the biff, little, old and yoong : up men are all. equipped with a One breech r
do It.

Wanted-S.OOO ralfs spilt; Similes south U U (plttase.the Misses They Richard-toil's are headquarters and at for prices bat, loading shotguns and In open violation Its ToY"ouo

of town, near JUne Pond -Ij. K. Ueetlog.Mr. Give your sweetheart a tlo for Xmas. of our game, laws In Florida have been Up

Mr. R. F: Scarlett came (In 'Monday Von married folks can make your old filling1 oar birds. and other wild game
James Hlnson and brother, of Cot- and man smllo, too bv presenting them with
morning left for' Tallvhaisee, where promiscuously along the public Jt
louJale were visitor hero Wednesday. a tin from Farrlor Uro..', as they carrynothing highway
lie went, U Is reported to got marrlud but neat and nobby Roods lu the 'from the northern line of Washington '

How many chances have you atlho blll week. line of neckwear. county to the const. \ in ,
For all do is to tell plain figures
lamp Wells Uros. are to viva away? we can YOU :
_ For the next 20 days I am offering: my While It may seem to be sheer nonsense ,

Hon. G. B. Bush, chairman of board ofed entire line of clothing! and shoes at a :23 Begla Now .o some of our people to deeply look Into ,

ucatlon, transacted business here Tues- per cent discount.: A. Cook. I the matter of destroying wild'gamen and words that
You do not want to wait until Christmas .- .
Washington county the. time has come
day. Why not make some Improvement la to begin to Advertise your Christmas .
It will pay yon to get Cook' prices on turtine artesian water? Put down some rood*. Tbo next nrt ea day. Is tbe time ', and I III now upon ui: whenVe. must prevent -*ITarrioirIs Bros.J- yt et
syrup before you evil. more piping and stop that muddy or when the housekeepers and the publicenerally I It.The t ,- -
editor of one state have
milky flow. [ will be looking In the columns paper ,
We return thanks to Mr. E. C Smith, been pleading for tbeblrd8 and other.
of far off Colorado for favors, with eagles Shoot are something everybody has to of the ItA-raxa for suggestions: for the wild game all over the state When the the place you should trade a_ t.-
It. have and Farrlor Uro' can suit you In lolldaya. You can not afford to wait to
on quality and price sell the shoe 1 birds are all gone our farmers wilt com : '- :, .
all they ret In your work. You ought keep the .. .
that make feet ,. plain that worms destroy their All BECAUSE< .
The prettiest line of dress good to bo your glad. advertising columns of the UANHXRflght crops.. -
found In Chipley U at. J. McUeachy he cereals are hurt. by worms If no bird -'
C'o.'s.: Now, ladles. If It In cloak*, gloves or > and alive with your announce- -
belts) that want there Is II can reach them. Even the sweet potato Its their store the best
you only one meats to the public so wbon the time : at yon can alwajs'ffet -,
Waosao place In them vines are often Infested with. the Insect. .
Mr. J. J. Nichols, of one fWashlolZton'l [pod Chlpley to Ret and cornea they will be ready to purchase ( '
t.bat.l.. at the M kegs Richardson's.Mr. .' .
tribe. Where the bird have been de-
farmers ID .
was -
prosperous roods from you. The merchant.who docs ercods---- ..
town Saturday. and Mrs. David W.; Woods;of Mar- tot advertise will not loft.THAT'TBHUIDI.B. itroyed In other states as In northern '

r..adlpR'd.llIltood8, trimmings, ete., of .lasvllla. Ind., arrived Friday, and will leorgla, a deadly poison, worm ha! anpeered ,At\Tho Chcn.pce.t Prlcc9I .

various kinds at; Well Uro !ocato with on. We extend a cordial welcome .- ITC.UIUI" In the cabbage crop, and many I '

k )Ir. R J. Pleas of Dunreltb, Ind., came : to them. Caused by SALT RHEUM can bo cured persons,: .have been poisoned by catljgabbftge. /''As well as good clean:; .goods.. ,

In Thursday with.a car load of fine potatoes toy calling Cook'* store you can get by the only remedy la the. world that Lot every man In Washington county
etc. your' base, shoes and clothing at % dls- Is !sold with a printed positive l guarantee. apples, troraod bottle. You will have do his duty by prosecuting men from
coons of ::> per cent off. KnmHinbwr. this. every your
eaves vwit tl5 on every *1 Notice to Farmers will not. gin short DK.JJBCDINU'8 SKIN KEMK-: I ,
cotton after tbe 13th kill our birds and other wild game In a I
so rush U ID.-A..
DY falls to cure whether" yon have beeniflllcted
tricks In alt trades its
:Miller. It.'anted8ome rick when wn say you can do, but I otter no at ORe rear or Ufty. HI.. pleaantn reckless manner without paying the II* i MONEY Bf\GK.

arrlor! liron.! than anywhere else, ua". Doctors prescribe Ik. conM to the county clerk Let the law be
\\ corn on the! ear, on lint;- Events A: Home. enforced and our beautiful birds will bob:
A-rlptloa; highest market prlco paid. I-1R.! Chi ploy, Fla. 0 rotectcd. Oar' homes will Don't forget now that its at
Apply at this. office. Mr Carl SeUerllnd came la Wednesday be made ,

from Chicago where be went to attend brighter by the presence of our lovely I'

The best shoe made tho Clover brand. the stock fair and talk Immigration for L,. 11IOKINNLYiAt ,I I mocking bird. Let the reckless boy. who'
J. 11. Meticttcbv A Co. carry a full line fur Vest Florida. kills[ for fun onr noon bird be taught she!

pica, women and children. I tome-a; tl.tI.a_.... cb"ntlnlliiona.!rood ltdoofl and to appreciate* its en-1 IFARRIOREROS.

Mayfield clothing fs the best on eart.b. Vernon Florida. It ft to ba hoped that our county com-1 I
Ladies I am at home write me for.ai They are sold In Chlpley by J. R. Men nlasloiiar will appoint wardens
plus; send orders forCbrl.maUoodll.1J. ( : I Onacby k Co. Don't buy clothing until Careful and prompt attention, given along our coast. as well warden game Tor tba .
S.: U. Croasmao. Columbus tla. j i you see their line. 1 IJ to all matte. entrusted. to my care Interior, to watch' and protect our game, { tit _-, _-_-_-_.-_-_-_-!WI ......?IrlId It/0-/1.I

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