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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 17, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'vo ; ,x i, Chipley, Washington Co., :Flat, Thursday, December 17, 1903. No. 26. j

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Aiis-lA --aJ s< >-i-iif>-isirWs-ssBt : 1 l slsiA A. Good Qu0jes tlon. Romance In Real Life.A fditC!AA: eeei00 rAa7o t ti004.h 1 ,' .'

"The farmers of Leon county will haveto pretty romance Is reported fro>
: s CALLi.wAy &- CO Improve their method ot growing cotton Washington, Pa. Mr. Marshall a young: I ;::

,': remarked a prominent; merchant business man of that city, In moderat '
[ who handles a great. many bales of cotton circumstances, met and fell In love with f '
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S OES.: In the course of a year. Miss Emma Nixon, of Cln lnn"tl. She t '

1' There Is land to the county that has reciprocated affection! and their. courtship I
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bern surface-scratched for years and i ran smoothly. Miss Nixon was a I

You "Won't Do planted In cotton without a pouqd of fertlltzer pretty and bright girl who alwaysdresaedplainly .
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: ever.havlug been put on It. Such and neatly but never richly Mr 1eceiv-ed: !

farming la enough to sap the. life out. of Marshall was under the Impression that t. ';
What.lO'fl ought to do, unless you see us it,
.J any soil, and that Is Just what hasdonin she was a poor girl. Indeed he probably I f

BEFORE BUYING this part of Florida. made no Inquiries respecting the matteras _
The only way this can be done Is for It made no dlffrrenco one way or the '_ ) Solid :'

Whalyou. need. land owners to Insist that a certain other In KO far as his love was concerned

amount of fertilizer be used to each acre The young man made arrangements tget Cars of

( \ very year, and have a clause to this ei < away from, business for two week I IW

; 'NO'l: :' QNLY', feet Inserted In their contracts with ,ten and 'planned a bridal trip of that length .
ants.. of time to New York and Phlladelohla,

If hat you need, but fo&at'you want, 0)O "It will cost tile tenant a tittle more for which wa about the limit of his resource and BUGGIES! I

O the fertilizer, but the cost of cultivating tbt he could afford for the purpose. WAGONS i
V IWC one acre prooerly will be less than that After the marriage ceremony had bee I' a |
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: now wasted on flve. Then the Increased performed the bride, supremely happy I In That Must ,.

lothingHuts :; yield will be something to take Into con the knowledge that she had been marriedtor \,
?V 0)A slderatlou. It takes lens labor to pick ODe herself alone, disclosed to her aston

03 : V '. bale from one acre than from five, because Jnhedhusband! the fact. that she wa -iBs Soldt-! I.j

,. 't there Is less territory to go over. worth 9300,000,and that she had planned ,
; TrunksDress "Another thing needs looking after. a lour of the world, .to extend over several I
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,: : The farmers! have been selling their send months.-!Savannah: News Our Prices are Right! "

V sGood '\: ; Instead ot returning them to their sol, t
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; u.itllltbaa run down to such aD extent
., Judge Reeve. Ha. Resigned We also have on hand I
Groceries that a large part of It Is unproductive. It 1 '
: will 'be necessary to get 10".' supply of Judge Lucius J. Reeves, now' presiding ',
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1 reek seed. When this Is don,'and they I' at,, the term of the circuit court (nth! the VERY BEST STOVE :.k,

use the same care In cultivating t.helraoll city, has forwarded his resignation tt ,'1

1V4 .S30IIg that .a merchant; would use la looking Governor Jennings and requested that on the market at prices '

after his business. Loon county will become the same take effect on February 1. 'The \

i,", a great'cotton growing county. gentleman authorized this announcement' that will please. And t',
"From the acreage planted, Tallahassee and said that bo'' would remain In Pensa A 3

ff-s V.r,.. CALLA AY- CO should handle) at least 30,000 l bale cnla and practice his profession, which, we keep at all times a ;
every year, Instead. of from 6,000 to 10,000as as la well known, Is that of a lawyer,: ;;

.1\ she now doeti. Although holding the office little more very complete line of ;
"I would suggest that the merchants than four years, Judge Reeves has mad .
Destperate Dllema. How to Grow Old.
Tallahassee get together and offer a pre.mlum' a most acceptable man In the ptuco": lie "a
The, Qulaey Ilcrald and Era urges ex.I To, crow old l la natural and Inevitable; or $100 for the largest number was appointed by Governor Jenulnjs on HARDWARE.

\ Senator Call's. admirers to remember that [7o moss'penons who are approaching' bales grown on five acres too for the next Snptember 10,1001; fallowing the resignation .

: he U now a .It... been," and adjures them(dividing: line between youth and age It largest, and 929:! for the third largest. of Judge Evelyn C. Maxwell on July

;:, .'to vote for Mr. Stockton. But Mr.Htock- appears<< a lad,buslnetl" Dut It I* no"Jjecessarlly Then 930 for the largest number of bale 17, 1800! De baa held the .p RILlon con COME SEE us! ;:

ton, claiming to havo elected Mr Mai- I so,'rllm'ark. the Savanna produced from two acres 910 for the next tlouously since that time and his term

F., Tarp, was' directly responsible! .'for having fttews. yrhcre are two warn of growing : largest and 95: for tbe third largest.. Thl would not have expired until July, 1005 '
put Mr. Call !q tie "has been' class; old asbf dnlriff almost everything else-! would stimulate the farmers to greater lie will dot rtep'down from the bench Harper @ Colcrnan.1"B5B

ur' :' How then cab 'any real friend of Mri; right war and' a wrong wa,. The'rlgh& 'efforts and result very ben -flclally to the until the term of court ho now preside :

0 Call vote for Stockton? Besides, It lagenerally war. a* was empb.aslx.ed, bv Bev. U. J. County."-Tallahassee Capital. ovens ended, and that Is the reason he _
belloved that Mr. Call will! hlm-: I Savage In a New York pulpit the othn fixes the date of accenting his resignation JE-III: 423 FLA.. ,

ti self be 10'tbe race when the primary pollsopen. day, Js to grow old In men a manner tflfa February 1. If,

when ,th .
0 I there will be felt by faintly) and friend tlon of Judge Reoves with regret. Ue-ha I
Tbe.Only .Reason. the present scandals In the postoffice/
sincere ;regret rather than relief from aburden. conducted himself with absolute impartiality !- ,Of

.A well known man-abont-town who .::Tbere- are old .oorions whose the department general abuses arouse and publlj possible attention reforms to while la open or chancery court and Florida Came La_.. !'1! amusement rudblrds and mockingbirds. ;

t frequently a""I&8"n conducting political room would Metter i than their! all| the lawyers In this city aro. satisfied .t.atl',1|, but they cannot be sold or shipped out of ,>
In our postal service, the evil doers In tho ;
..kod The tamitawsof this ItOt
camoalgna,was his opinion-COD- presence t "' n afford DO with his administration. following ( the state ,. 1 I II j
cerning the early orlmary controversy.\ pleaeurO:,.even to those connected with departmeut will have unintentionally PIDBABLB SUCCESSOR.: compiled( / by the Jacksonville Metropolis, I I Citizens of tho state' inay 'destroy birds :
**I want an early primary;' was the them! by blood relationship.. Such old performed a service to their country. It naturally fallows that the 'SIICCOBSO we publish for the benefit ot our readers. found( Injuring grapes, fruit and farm .

prompt response; "tbe earlier the beck. /" P.'!nuoa.! arc, those\ who have lad purposeless Much has been done toward jurlntr the of Judgn: Reeves. will be thought In It may bo a Rood Idea to clip this out for products on their own' premises l but nowhere '
"But why?" qnerlod his Interlocutor. second class: mall abuses. All alleged future reference: 1.
llvesvand wasted their opportunities, connection! with the real.n tlQn. Already else, and birds so destroyed cannot ,
"I need the money!" exclaimed the linpeennlous They have failed' proftt by experience periodicals which are really books, or several prominent attorneys have To capture by any means whatever, or be sold or shipped out of the state. V t
ono, "and If, It's all wasted la simply advertising modlum, or have a kill any wild bird.
and In the! wlnterof lIte'tber ire: peevish, free been mentioned In connection'with the non-game English sparrows, big< and little blua
what they call 'campaign work,* .ther..'" dependent- and diliuree.ble- ,: circulation. or abuse. the- -sample. copsprivilege 0(110.( Among them. may be mentioned To have In possession, living or dead, _d..t._._._..... (Cooper'! and char p skinnd ,
be none left for the real work whim votln I But the men/who starts out lit life on nave been placed In the tlilr<" Judge E. D. orlt., of Ponsauola, judge any wild, non-game bird. hawks), great horned owl, crow, rlceblrd, '.Ii\
time comes." tin path who class. News agents have been dented the of record To take or have In pouesnilon! the nestor ".
right strives honestly and the criminal court of ;; lion. C. meadowlark jackdaw 'and butcherbird .
n O' __ faithfully:..for-something better all the prlyllegepf f returning ,unsold matter at. Wilson. of Marlanna, a prominent attorney eggs: of any wild non-game bird. shrike) are not protected

F P E 1 tline, who !lives for the happiness ,of the The pound,rate fourth of that city, and lion. Francis B To bur, sail or offer for sale, dead or Provision. Is made for scientific collect VVVlog.
cansqltdatlon of third and
others.. A well all for himself, whose optimism Carter, now associate justice of the alive, any wild non-game bird, or any .
A TRIP TO EUROPE- is.eat enough to be Imparted toothers class matter Intola single ,claeu.at the Florida supreme court.-Pensacola News. part of the same, Including plumes Hunters may take their game to their
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rate of one cent for evcry; twd ounces, baboon feathers etc.
by"-Moclatlon, Is apt ta.grow pit homes In the state, but not out; 0th It
gracefully.:and die regretted., ,Innumerable proposed. In order to distinguish Penalties fir foregoing offenses: Fine, The following are the game birds. of the '
who' have- old In the between printed[ matter and merchandise Rough for Billy. ft.1 for each offense and (5: for each bird or
persons grown
state, all others are non-game birds:
grand andjjraceful war have borne teatl which form the two Classen I lit "PW'nocessarv Against'bis :iwlll.U! seems Mr.'William ptrt. thereof Drat or eggs possessed or Swans, green, brant, ducks, rails., coots,

moor to the fact that. the autumn of lifeIs to ask annoying questions of those ;JennlHgs Bry'an; Is to be forced 'Into the:: Imprisonment ten days, or both. Dludbenl!,gallinules, plovers! ,snipe, woodcock '

y Its most. delightful season. With accumulated who A send the printed matter. category with the Four Hundred. Whlf Tu hunt on Sunday. Fine, 933.: sandpipers, tailors, wild turkeys,
bill has been Introduced la
vors, passions are anbdued anda : congress he Is In Euro DO hobnobbing with royalty To'eoter upon the enclosed lands ol partridge, or quail, turtle doves and rob- +
providing for ono cent postage, and If the and the another that ure ,posted to hunt or flan.
philosophical_temperament la acquired, nobility, a young woman (to Mew Ins.
FREE I and one lives mom In the realm of mini correction of second class abuses .thorough port Is preparing to bring a breach-of, .Fine 8X. The earn seasone when game mar be '
a one cent; postage would be possible promise To sell, offer' to sell, or have In
o than of matter. Calm reasoning taken action against bin son-in-law, posses taken am:
It :yon would-Ilk'to take the place of an impetuous jamplogtoconltu.lune ,without great, or even any loss to:LICe the artist who married his daughter. few slon- for sale any deer, venison or deer Deer-November, Docember and January. "

a trip to Europe the and In nature. art, literatureand department. Such. reform' would benefit weeks ago: says. the Savannah News; bide. Fine, tso-JlOO., .
World' pair Saratoga bum ...oaLure the aged person Duds the peoples.while the excessive privileges WHb'a will ciaoon hand and a breach To ship or transport any deer venisonor Quail or partridges and wild t.urkI'Ia-

00 lJ New Tork Cltf or :Jlslie- much to contemplate and admire that escapes in-second class matter benefit. chieflythe of-promlse suit In the family Mr Bryan deer htde: for sale. Fine' 50100. November, December, January. and Feb!

Q O vale without baying to put the observation of the!: person of advertiser or publisher. will find It difficult to keep out,of tho\ To ship bey nd the limits of the! county ruary.lJu..k"-ctobt'r. November December, r
Postal checks
have alto
,, up any of your own nxmcy. younger blood and quicker potae.1' : .( been proposed smart set. of Newport and Now York.. where killed any deer, venison or deer January l..bru.rvand March.frE'l.
: writ. the Jacksonville lie There Is -too royal road to riches; but For! ending small su us of money bide, wild turkey, quail or partridge.Fine -. .- .
for particular through the postofflce the would be
tropolls. *
110 ? far 1 J35100..
honored
,herd Is a royal road. to an and, .
Editor'
The Uneasy Chair.
more'convenient than the sentsystom
serene old age, and It la: plainly marked P'x To sell offer to sell, or have In possession
oat.: It consists of aa honorable and useful of money orders. These are expensiveand Editing a paper Is a nice business.If for sale, any wild turkey, quail or
life of economy cheerfulness andhelpfulness cause Inconvenience to the sender we publish Jokes -people say wa aro partridge: Fine, *2.V' 100.

; of commanding esteem by and the receiver. Postalchecks -would rattleheaded., I'o kill In any one day more than 25

Tt\E METROPOLIS I deserving' ; Its of accepting the rnsnonslbllltles also prevent the prevent excessive use of If we omit Jokes people say we are an quail; party of two or more cannot kill .
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Y CARTER: ySSELl* I fully; of facing the. final sunset with such ell'many stamps for this purpose the salary It we publish original matter. they. To kilt In any one day more than 4 wild
PUBhl5HINOCO plrlt that when the nightfall at last of' the postmaster has to be raised, blame us for not giving Ieetlons.U .- turkeys party of two or more cannot. Hll
I tomes( on. the universal comment will be, and the large 'quantity of stamps which .iwe publish selections, folks soy! we more( than 8.- FIne,135.1100.To : J
<<.JACK:)0 N V U..J..J::. Ft..A "A good man has tone to his reward.". to be '
las kept constantly: on band l Increases are Inr l for not writing something they kilt more than deer during any .

tbe number of robberies In small bay not read In some other paper.' open season. Fine, fSO for each deer. \\1I"'lltllllllllijIIIlIlIIllIl1l1mlllll \ ,
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pofftofflces.. In each, case "It Is a loss to If we gives man a complimentary notice To trap quail or partrlde except upon .

he department we are censured for being particular. one's own enclosed,cultivated land. Fine! &if: mes .JJ'I
F. N. Hl1ey & Co. A parcels postotSeo! would be convenient If we do not give complimentary notices 12H100. .. ,

,. especially to those who do not live folks say we are.v> bog. To hunt without a license If a non- "
near large cities. In Germany for 10I If we do not cater to the wishes of tbe resident Floe 6' exceeding '100. (o different la games-all new '
-oao each of
Wholesale: end Retail Liquor Merchants. stance It Is possible to order almost any- ladies,-the paper Is not lit to tie 'spa To the forecolug general provisions' package


thing by post and to have li sent collect par tel. there are a few exceptions as follows: ---'I
FLORIDA. Lion
.. Q'JI --CY, om delivery. Moitof the European counties If we remain In our office and do our ,' Citizens of the state may tako and haven Goffeeat #
have a parcels! post, but fu America business, folks say we are too proud to'
Paul Jones., pure Rye, delivered at 3.75 forfull opposition of the. private express mingle with our fellows! possession, for their own pleasure and | ;year Grocer'a.:
..quarts, or jug, in plain box.
companies hu prevented lts> adoption. If out
we go they say we never attendo
10 years old, Best Rye, $'.2O for 4 full quarts,, or. Dotted States Senator Platt 1s president ; oar business.

jug, de'.ivered, in plain bo.t.: of( one of the largest. of these I If do .
companies we not; pay our bills promptly,
7 years old, Rye, de ivered at$3.20 for ,nil quarts, : DEKLE & CO. Bankers
V aDd their Influence In congress has been folk say we are not. to be trusted.If ,
or jrtr. in plain box.
.We also carry in stock, a full line of all kinds of great rile entire enough to prevent a parcels post, we wear poor eIO'ba.loJk. say business GJ-UPbEY. FLf\. B
poatofflce department Is now Is bad.
goods, from $1.50 per gallon and up. We guarantee coder public scrutiny and t.blela the timeto If ra wear good clothes, they say we This bank offers Its services for the transaction of all branches of legitimate
satisfaction or.money back. Send.as you; Border .. advocate these useful reforms which '. banking. Collection. receive prompt and careful attention, and all remitted
never. paid for them.Now foe day of at current rate of
this morning and get foods tonigh on payment exchange
/ are prevented only by the selfishness of ; what are we to do-Morlwether -+ JWe _.uds y..r aeWer.w 1 10
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marry dimpled, nor ankles, nor vote on tb x, Cuban reciprocity v+ .aWI's . .
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eyes, nor.mouth, nor hair, nor. treaty bill, to make a brief visit 1 N :wiSf>O1
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ITERT: : THUKSPAT.OMoaurnos necks norchins": nor teeth. to Florida, remaining in the state p S. -O--. : Correct Foot Wear.

>$raAmnni urYA&mL'WJ1f These cits and' scraps of femininity only a few: days and tben returning JULKSAS. i,'.

ADVA IOa._ttrflXRID ar? mighty poor things to toWashington in time for the I'm from the state of Ksosae,2 i,:

tie to. *':Marry the true thing." opening the regular session. A place tbat.'. great I U Kanl>liL ..
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: AT ruE POftTOVriOK AT CHIP Hut they find It awfnl bard
/I. lUll Nosy, wonder who's been fooling He does not expect to revisit Keeping house* ID the yard "
/ LIT VLA AS SKCOITD CLASS
When. the wind la blowing hard t ,-
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IU'f'l'1tB around this editor with snch Florida until the adjournment In Kansas.

things aI these? Poor fellow, if the session if his public duties
W. W. JONES, Editor.ADYKKTiallTO I've seen It blow a cow In Kaoaa -
he only lived in Chipleyt require his presence in Washington. Uo against the mnw In Kanoan. '
W boo to get her down we tried;
: BATES f.:*! APPLICATInxCLipley. : : a' He does not by any .mean WOT, the wind It was too blah

FIa.Deeember l'Ub.I9f)3. HOLD1NO TilE 8T.iLES.! undervalue the privilege of personally And she starved to death and In Kansas.died r

-- Justice is represented in art meeting the people during '
It'll blow a fence down In KansasBlow
Keep your countenance open and allegory by the figure of a the campaign,but be regardshis the 1 ixwtuoles all around In fCapesal
And then It W0n'Ialack,
and TOUT thoughts shut. woman, blindfolded, and holding duty to his constituents, in But It blows away the cracks, I FOR.1VJJE .

.. with one hand thescales in which the position in which they have Then. turns and blowa'em In back.Kansas. I''

? The governor should see that men's deeds are to be weighed, placed him, as paramount! to any; :16 2.A.1VJI: > 7iT Oli/J0[ :lOT
It's a fact I once found In KantasAtboneandpostholealylnaaronndKaneas

the game laws of the state are and in the other a drawn sword personal interestin the campaignfor Me and the hired man It is surprising how quickly an uninviting ,

enforced. with which to punish those who the succession to his place. Drove the pon.boles In the ..nd. Shoe will blast a favorable

e I .. Mlle 'Such in Made a well that beat the band,
friends he
fail in test. a sense, In parting with ex-
In Kansas.A impression jSo it isn't safe to run '
.f\\., If wind jamming counts for. was'the position assumed by the pressed his entire satisfaction 1
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farmer named Bro-vn In Kansas chances. If far letter to select a
... anything, Jennings: and Stockton. able editor of the- DeLand Newsin t with the political situation in Bought a fur of booze In Kansas
.. faded. But the wind grot In the spor i, Shoe that'precludes such a result one '
have Taliaierro discussing
a scholarly article Florida, but promised, ifj: it Turned the jug wrong side out '

r the respective meritsof the three should be possible, to participatein And, never spilled It out, In Kansas.' that is noble and artistic in its conception '

A few more cartoons of him by candidates for the senatorship the coming i graceful in its outlines easy I
primary.
When It rains need boat In Kansas,
Artist Porter and maybe Sheriff which appeared in a recent issueof The fish come yon up and vote a In Kansas on the foot and so made as to render I

Van Pelt, of ,Escambia county, i that.excellent. journal. FOOD FOR nCCPLKCTIOl If When you It's don't raining use lots out of there care, maximum: service. Ypu secure all

,. will.decide to..be good., To each was accorded' full The several'platforms of 1900, You'll drown. out In the air In, Kansas.A ? ; these attributes in the

credit forwbaVbe was, and is, state and congressional, contem-
Star Brand. Shoes
Stockton seems to experience rabbit's not to blame In Kansas *c .
and has'done;' but the final admonition plate the nomination in primary If he stan In when It rains In Kansas. ,
r some ,difficulty in keeping his If he went to Jumping round '
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to the voter indicates I elections. of "candidates for office" Tbe chances are he'd drown 45old BylF

record on straight. It's latest indubitably the substance of the only. The state platform Before be struck the ground '

antic was to expose bin attitude judgment to be rendered 'and favors the nomination by primaryof I In Kansas.. F : T.LWel1s &> Bro" :

towards organized labor. I Rot when It gets dry In Kansas..,
points inevitably and exclusivelyto "all candidates for office, both .The flab all die In Kansas.A \. .....

;,. A candidate for mayor of' a but one pf the three. "Makeup state and'county, and for United Hauled man who watorwlth owned a a ferryboat billy goat .. .. . .

Mr. Cod- To keep bIll ferryboat
Georgia town has withdrawn because your mind says States senators. The primary afloat.In Kansas. '

"insulted rington, ran to which is the better election law, enacted in 1901,
i. he one friend and 've seen Jt get dry In Kansas Bank
hurt another's feelings." liedoesn't qualified a to serve the state, says:'. "Whenever the state exec- The pigs would croak and die In Kansas.I First National ,
I've Been 'em crack until
which can: accomplishthe utive committee shall decide to
honorably They soaked 'em Ins pall
class with some people Of 1\-I'o.ria.nnu. .I.-ln.. .
up
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To make 'em hold swill,
,.II'' know. most for the state, and' cast take by primary election the In Kansas.Wind .

'i'" ,'we J .- your vote ill( the primary electionin sense of the members of said Coad.a_ .t.t.a. .(Clo.of BuBlnm.Step*.. h.19O4.
blew a well dry In lCanllas : ; -
; with the decision as to the to I wonldn't tell a lie about Kansas, "RESOURCE LIABILITIES.Bills -
party
Senator Hanna's friendship forl accordance" proper persons so, believe me when I say, Receivable Bonds.....tlfflf&l( 97 Capital Stock.,.........."......,* .150.000:00S. :

Perry S. Heath, who is involved thus reached. be made delegates to any con- Ou the very same day tJ.. :Bonds and,fremlums,*... 13500.00 Surplus Fund....,........_..... 2,803.00 ..

tn the postal scandals,is as great Can any, one doubt that,tbe ventionto' be held for the pur- 1\ blew the hole away, In Kansas. Farnltore aDd Fln res......,., 324.38 Undivided Proflta..........,.,., 2.563.53

for writer had Senator Taliaferro in of that party or to take the -Chlcajfo Record ilerald.. Cash and Due from :Banks,..,133,719.70 Circulation.--...........:.,... 13,600.00
friendship pose
as the president's Redemption Fund ....*....-......* 635.00: Deposit r..'"'''''''''' w.. 170,738.43 '
i Congressman I/ittauer, who is involved mind when he penned this excellent sense of the members of said ?
THEY SHOULD KNOW, 'l!! ,89L'"I ,$188,891,77"W ..
scandal. advice? party as to their choice
'J in the glove ... ,Every taxpayer In the city has therjabtolcnow :' Tbl. Ban: Co_...*_ Bkmln... Vmtorumrr' .tt". 1903. "

t' KATIIEB ODD. United States senator, or as'tothe where each dollar went.verrtaapeyer !; tSTBy, wrlsten agreement! Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits. ., 'lS

An Ohio lady seeks a divorce Two weeks ago Mr. R.J. Pleas, proper person' .or persons to has the right to know the' :name H. MILTON, Cashier .

'. .r on the ground of a want of ten- shipped to iChipley from Dun- be presented on 'behalf of that of every citizen who has not paid bta'aneggmeau -

derpess on her husband's part. I party to the voters of the state, And every man who has paid
reith Ind.,,(Central Indiana) one TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES
He :' hammered her with an ax I congressional district or county wants to know whether every dollar of

helve for an hour and then triumphantly solid car load of produce-Irish as ,the case maybe, at any election ils''payment' went squarely the right
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potatoes, anions, apples and spot.. Please tell them gentlemen. TAYLOR
:
:
COMPLETE
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inquired of her, How I to be held in the several
grapes-and in'a short time sold Times-Union. 1
is that for high?" counties under the law of -tbis SAW MILLS
everything. His prices were GINNING
i is j _'_ .-. state, at least thirty days' notice THE moN OF P A TII.

:!: Of course we can't- say what lower on products he shipped shall be given," etc. ," It Is announced that"' Mr. Ruth' Bryan OUTFITS Newly. ;

I. ,>:: the'state executive committee here from that great distance Neither the platform nor the Levitt, the artist who married William Equipped'

will do regarding the call of the than the prices on the same kind Jennings Bryan's daughter, la going to .
statute contemplates the selec-
.; of produce raised i in this imme- settle. at Humansvllle. Mo., and run for GRIST Boiler Works 4'l
R primary next, year, but tbe people tion of members of the state, con- '
the ticket. Did
diate vicinity, and Mr. Pleas congress on republican HILLS -
Washington county want a : gressional or county executive Mr. Bryan know that he was natron Izlng -. Machine
made a fair profit on his venture. ,
s late primary. August:; 15th will committees in a primary; there- a goldbug when be employed Mr. Levittto .

not be any too early.It Last winter he shipped several fore they must be chosen according paint hli picture, or that be was permitting HILL V/ Shops andFoundry .

of general produce to this SUPPLIES -
e a cars one to marry Into the family. .
to time honored democratic '

may not be generally known, place and readily disposed of it, i usage in state, congressional exchange. '- !!?.*.. tOtr*'._, fir...,...,...)1njr.Spray Pump*.M._.....a**..:.,.._'.,.. .

but the laws of Florida provide a and we are informed he intendsto I county conventions.. &ETT1HO J'Jt&BJ.lI: Ws wilt Make fig Yaws toterml ta Figure was Uf. ,. "

fine of $25 hunting Sunday. ship several more this winter. The Monroe .doctrine Is Just elxlatyyears -';'
Candidates for presidentialelectors MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO. i
This in itself is but the x
-Miami Record. What account alright, old-a reasonable and timely age. at ,

is .a. law that is never enforced, question which we wish to raiseis may be chosen by pri- which to peter Times-Union. *____ MACON, CA. ,'

mary; they'are. "candidates foroffice"and ',
and which public sentiment dis- : Is it not out of the ordinary I .
must be voted for, as THAT'S RIGHT. halao TT'f't Coras G&ofcra-fofrjtiraj ;
condition of affairs for a Florida 'V,;
:
approves.-Metropolis are other candidates-for office, I The Philadelphia Inquirer thinks It a W lsrrhocaywntay.srMI'k, ;! '
- town to be supplied with vegetables ._ 1I.T : 'great thing when an American fleet can j (he Bow l Troubles<01 ;7.:4.:

A prominent athlete says: "It from the north? 314HC AUVA IrUUUlJT, IU LUC .L1UYCUJ- sail from :Manila to Honolulu wlthont goIng 1 Children= of X* Aga. :,
ber general election. But although Afcfa Dljejtton. ':' ;
"
simply isn't fashionable to bedissipate. To an outsider it 'would seem outside the country." It would have a- the Bowel.Stremttlwns

the primary'law apparently been a greater thing though If we bad A 41 ... the Child and '
.!. It is fashionable to to demonstrate tbe fact that this tests :s ccats: at &IakuJ ca
authorizes the selection of not been obliged to go so far outside the TEeTlIIr EASY
be healthy." If this fashion were county could not profitable sup- '..am.. Mate,*" O. U. MOPPBTT. M. DST.. LOUIS. MO '
Destitution to dd tt.-Tlmea-Uoion.
delegates to conventions by the .nii p.K. _
>a > i.a.ra..e.Yy.1 a Jf.n.
vto become the rage barrooms ply the home market with such I be..bed D?S.ea''TaIrYEIat. "",,.- -F end aI.IwF 1..tbngblIdrr... WMe mr: oldd
primary method, the state plat- 1$07 w...--f! .bJ:4: sa dAr _M 1ba..Id! I._to""ll'" _II"'". I! ........
lap. 1I1JO"
t corsets and high heel shoes would produce; an impression which TRY IT'AND! (111:" Ii1THUr&aGd: _.._M______It M_ a.d.... __..._-_I.It ho_...4 rmn,
form specifically excludes them ISM da h. I ha..r.us k e.U..d .d ual...wla a7.hHdno..nd ab..
soon' be a thing of the past.Amarryingbachelor would reflect badly upon our "Are metals alive?" asks a contemporary. -. ..::=: p.ua..adwaaahWlr.w lloead4Ynw.. .. :::t = .
w
IUi&
III.11.
.. agricultural possibilities, and from its operation. They are, in Just try to catch the piece of yellow JLUUY. -. 7,

no sense, "candidates for office.' metal with the eagle stamped on I It,
anxiouslyasks perhaps be the means of subvert. F. C. :BRENT. WI(. II. KNOWLES, ,j. B. LEONARD: r ,!,
Should the :state committee order and see It It Is not about as lively as any PBKSIDIJIT.:! TICK-PBXSJIOHT. .- .
C llmZL
of
if it would be use to
any ir ng the tide of immigration from
hing that broathOtl-Savanoah News.
attempt to make love to a young this that: such delegates chosen by
flowing way. According this theory Rockefeller First National Bank
lady after he has stood her the primary method, will it not ,
.
on The opposite condition of affairs most have a aoo.-E.

dress till he could hear the gathers can and ought to exist. be violating the letter as well as OP P.NSlCOL FLJI.

the spirit of the party platform} ? HIS OWT 8CHKDULC.: '
waist? Yes if
rip at her you Washington, county is blessed Transacts. a General ,Banking Business.
If a state convention must be No man Ever l succeeded In his work Its '. .
have plenty of money, l let her rip. with the natural resources and a -'
held to choose successors to the said who was not overworked,Says the Your Bualness Solicited, '
I lAn
superb climate, and enough produce 'outh's Companion. A day's work to a : laawItCTORS.- -
: <.
members of that committee ;. .. '
Indiana woman prays that should be raised for home present man who Ic master of his. own destinies i I

she may be cut loose from her ; and delegates!' the national may mean as much work as be can W.,. H. KNOWLK8) .A.BLOpNT1.C.BRENT.'' .' ', :
consumption at least thus keeping ; '
'
W. K. HYER D. O. DENT "J. 8. LEONARD
husband, giving as a reason that' money at home. which ,would 'convention, it should beheld squeeze Into the hours between"lsIDgaD-d .

he: has only bought her a pair of otherwise early enough to enable the going to bed. I "

go away. com missioned A workman came out of a little carr j J. J 'VE no
shoe strings since their man'i- delegates be before D ONES.
As state of affairs
.- __ tbe'prese'tit penter> shop Just after dark, and was met
\. age We sympathize with the exist, it shows conclusively that the date'of the national con- by friend who had had his. supper, ,

woman. Such a wardrobe as that there is an opening and a demandfor vention. It can elect new mem- hanged hi.* clothes, and was downtown FLA : : :
ClIIfLEY .
must be rathercoolat this! seasonof bers of the state committee,their gain for a good time. .- ,
enterprising individual
some
the year, to say nothingof.bov terms to begin when, the current "Uollol" nald the man to good clothes.. : '
farm
to start trucking
a some-
"
dressed campaign closes with the canvass Jnst getting/ through? BUELb.
a woman must look ;
where close to Chipley. With "Mot quite through yet," replied the AI&o.J'' at Law.

only in a pair! of shoe strings.A such a farm, located in a radiusof of the votes in the' November man tn overalls. 'Got to go. back for a tH:::!::, I: HI:: ..HI M!.3FXXJ JUT").

.. general election. But this procedure finish ." -omcupstairs.to W n.b.ading.
five miles of the city properly few minutes and up'
girl in Vermont died few is entirely and absolutely "Well, aren't y>n working overtime?" Can ul attention r\rm all natt.m a :
and cultivated thefacts .
managed to nr anew CoIlcta.de.
days ago: from tight lacing. The distinct from that provided for No." Agent for raxxmaibt. lima and Br-t.

corsets, :should 'be done away in the case seem to us to justify the selection of "candidates for "What time do yon begin. ?" .uranq a.mpanL.d ,
the assertion that it would ;
pay "Seven sharp. cite'w
.with, and if the girls can't live office." And the time when the : f
interested rtieswelJ "But the schedule i is hours
the p keepa onion eight D &
being squeezed we'sup- primary! shall be held is abso-
without good deal'of' money at home and your employer will have the delegate
Justice-of-the-Peace
posd men can be found whowould lately immaterial aside from the alter f him."
and demonstrate to a greater extent Land conveyance and all I
sacrifice themselves. As old as convenience and desires of the "No, be won't. I have Just boughtthls '
specialty. Coula.Tl
the possibilities the'couny. menu a :
we. :.are, we had rather devote democratic people of the state shop and I am my owu employer 'The ter thlrd Mondav to each, month. -
The and the occasion
place onion has nothing to say about how long
.
three,hours: a day without a cent man. and may, in the 'strictest accord-
are only waiting to, meet the an employer shall work"A
of :pay as a brevet corset, than ance with party law and the primary L.. :i\-IcE.INN.
-
sea the girls dying off in this BACK TO HIS POST.. election statute,be held at -tSuorne71-.atl-LaW'.j.
CHIThA1 FRE8CXT.: .
I ,
ma mr.. Senator Taliaferro took advantage -any time 'not. less. than sixty A nice Christmas present to a friend .Vernon. Florida;

:. ..".."' of the postponement by the I days before the'date for the gent would be a year's. subscription to the Careful'and'prompt'attention- :: : .

A contemporary sajs. :" VDon't. senate,until Dec m
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., JsiVI.. h.;; Tuggle, f {IS r > Jst1ot! ,i OARSE COUGHS M''

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;!J..it."PROPRIETOR. 1.-, . -J ;
Livery Feed. Sale 1 .
nail.0... .e..llt"..
:,
!. STA.BLE. The efforts of the railroads'

fruits and produce out of'lorida
hauling
:; .. GHIPL&Y.( FLfl t STUFFY COLDS
...., t- to brine about the adopt

ion: of uniform and better packages i.
Good; Teams and Drivers Can Bead
should meet with the 5
$ At Any Time. friendly t cooperation of the producers

, Drummer.' Otflto a Specialty. says the Savannah News. ; are the kind? that settle on: the, lungs and develop* into, I
*
---- Poor and careless pack. f .t.
)
. -r : packages .

'-LOUIS\lLLU\ & NASHVILLE K. I It! TfflK) TABLE jug are, invariably expensive. (.' : \ ,.f., .'

They cause"the fruits and produce : : : ., .2 ..

. t '..;; :acvSlLrbrrn.rnwor-LLL: '-''1'a.. to arrive in the market in PLEURISY -
(t' No.4. No. L No. S. No.1 ., ..,'",. ",. .
h ", '., 13:33 a'n 11:01p .Lv....Pensacola.' ...Ar 5:00&m 4:00pm poor condition and hence to fetch t '" 'I'J.' '
.<. 8W p m IO'Jam ......Flom.ton..Lr 8:35&111 Z:30pm (' 1 ; .,
.
y .-. ..4:3-Jpm iIIMam': ...... .Mobile. ....:. 12:30D' 1:25plD. only the lowest prices. Claims . .,.. .
I $:9S,p m '7:30pm ....New Orleans.... 8:00pm '11:8 1'8f damages[ are made against the :t _......, PNEUOIA ; ;
f \ '
; :NOaTD: :
..' ."" No.4., railroads when often the damage : ".
N-o.n. No. t. No. ; .lxyM: ?:
ItAa' :
'(. -?- 'JtU1 p m 1:1:31: : p III L..'...Penueota....Ar 4':00 p m 5:00 a mk' caused by fault of the rail- .. ; .." b J. '
t no ..
,
6tScm. 53)pm Ar..Montcomery..Lv 1:15am 9:3Spm ., .:i .1. .
." ., .11J a m g:13pm: ....Birmingham..'. 8:33am 4:05pm road; and if the roads are con- r. ..j.''' COhSUMPTIO1
;- r" 8:3') .. m 8:0am _. ...Lonl..vlllto..... 6:15pm 1:45.am 7 \:!)). end
y: ',: '7:3aam 11G9am: ......Clu lnnli I...... 1IO'Jpm UI5.pmI. I stantly subjected .to damage : :
"3 '7:3l.m( 1:3pm( .........H'LrIJIII........ 4:15pm 8n"", it follows that
I. .; claims; necessarily '
;., ...: '!: :' Peu5&eolR Klver .JUlacUnll. such rates
:., :; '. No. 21. No'! 3. Nameeof Stat.lon. No. 2. No.3L they must charge as
*', llo&lIr I D"II, (No 11100 wherell noUbown) D,l1y DSIty151n'I will insure them against doing

; 'l OJ... m r. PeusCoa' .,r. ill O" m e3upwf business loss. Good and
the at a
ILLS 713" Bohemis: UH": 600"
> ..J' 122) '71d" Ynlelltrolo 1017 6Ot ..' packages will, make for F L.EY'SHONEY
.. secure
: e_ ". '
;
I; 133J 7 Ii 'liillcambla 1033 : 56T '
" :: : 7U 545' benefit of all concerned in
: .," 133J" : Miilasl: 101'1 the r :
' .;,, 1
iH" 7 540
13 Jot U..rf.' IOJ3" ,
' .o. ,' '/,"i?ty 13U": '73i...' OsI& C" 1011. .. 521. .".. either growing, handling or selling ,
t ::!1.,1 13'U 13:1': Milton 1010" 580 i the fruits and produce. e
; .....1'. I1tam. QJOIR3a', 4M" JfQLEY'SFoley
'" 1J.: 81S" 1Irlu. ,,035" 435" I
.. ,'l ,1p.JIUIfI.I: .. .. Did We.
., : II U' 8n.: 951 411 .
.
.. TAR
. ,.. ';' aa 831". Crestview ::911 00". I, talk about William 'J. AND IF
; :. w a.I-.1', S4.! Dler Land .85S eo. IS' + "They .
{. ;,.; ; .. ; 131 10"'.. 1M1esy: Uead 646 316 ".r. Bryan not being a, .financier," ,
".
: De lI'unlatc 813..43
.1ttIii"
.; n .. 1In: .. Spring: ....
'4 : 411 'VU Ar vle 7" .31 says the Augusta Chronicle;
,.
. ,'. .':- : -\I"\ Pnc de Leon 1 SJ': 113 ", ,
; 4 n 9U": ]
,,
. ,.' < ':'50) ..'. 1)10 .... 'VeU,11I8 '717'.. t 1\i ". "but how many men have been stops the cough and heals the
.
.
501:>> 1011 CaryvIU 7 IS. 149" ,.
..
.. able to establish
.< 'I, 0J ". anew newspaperon
: -.:; .531 103)( Bonlral d5% 187
, '" GO) .". 104( ,.'.. Cblphlr 637" 1 W n'a: such a paving basis as to en- lungs and prevents serious :---
"
eo
,\ IIU: 1107 CoUond 6111 :238 ,
':.' 7)) 1tn "" Marianna 601 .t..'. ::114 h able him to take a trip to Europein .
.
BDNEY TAR
711 un" Cy"real 582 I1,45sm results from cold.
.. a
?
.. its
-, 7 U U.n ". ,Grand RI4ie 633 It 227SS H infancy .
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Snead' s$1 10110" -
1) OJ Europe "
but thought
i .. .. Well put; we -
8lJ 1)1n'nAr. River JilneLl01l L. IHO t020afo nd "" IIDIITr.4
tl COHi11N$
was, older than tbat.-At- C onsalnp on vua-vu itj uriflita,

Journal. ft Co., Chicago. Dana Ind., Sept. 28, 1902. i ISUILOLTLUUmVE.:
I lanta
I AND TAR cured of
Gentlemen:-FOLEY'S HONEY me consumption
; as after I had suffered two year and was almost desperate. Three physicians for Aa1.a ld-end tt.-.t;.
1 : FIGHT WILL-BE BITTER..Thorn failed to give me any relief and the last one said be could do me no good. I tried; f
; obli- who will peraln In closing their almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY Recommended bytheMe&al! :
; the ear iralnBt the continual recommend AND TAR was recommended to me. Its effect right from the start was magical. for the various
t ion of Dr. K Inn'* New HUrovery for Con. Improved'steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well, and think Faculty < 1 ..
we gumption,will have a long and bitter fightwith FOLEY'S HONEY! AND TAR is a God-send to people vim Throat and Lung affections the
Every- their trouble. II not ended Beal Trouble. Yours very truly, Mrs. Mary Ambrose.FOLEY'S .-
fatal termination. Head what T. K- ",4-
{ a per ot Heall All..-, bas to ayt ..L....fall my -LwJroa. )., f
:
wife bad everY symptom of consumption Lnuggs.
.! rela- bbe took Dr. King' New Discovery after HONEY AND TAR
evrrythtnicelM bail failed. Improvement and ? i,
be- came at once and lour bottle entirelycured "
her Guaranteed by a. R.: Mo contains no opiates.and.does not con- ,
mer Oencbr A Co., dru "letl. 1: rice Wo and '

trading 11.00. 'Trial es bottle.frll", .stipate like ordinary cough medicines. I FOLEY&CO.CHICAGO: : .

: are t
A Slick Burglar.A .

; .bread certain burglar had been THREE SIZES 25o. GOo and $1.00 lit. t

largely shut up in Jail at Lancaster, Pa., '.---

himself thoroughly the The 50 cent size contains Z\\ times as much as the i. 1 .V.P .

spend soaped other 'day and succeeded in small size, and the $];oo size almost 6 times.much.. I .. ______ W ,;

: who en- squeezing his way through a REFUSE SUBSTITUTES' '!' .
the
w, small hole and made his escape. ----' K. UcUBACUY X'RU Chlpley: Ha.. l>r Hit '<'K, Vernmt. Fla. .
wide ...
,
We have always regarded soapas ----'---------- -- t:

, to a useful 'article.-Atlanta .......... t Do We promptly obtain U.a and Foreign

the col- Journal. There is much wisdom in the.

setting opinion of the TimesDemocratthat You "...
!:: .
confi- UEYOLUTION IMlllNEXT.
e
the proper'plac'e for' the
A sure sign of approaching revolt end .
'i pub- serious trouble\ In )'our'll'IWID I I. nervounes. .- criminally insane is, the penitentiary Take dendno.Iel.teteaor photo oilnt.utbontor'
ir ad. sleeplessness, or stomach upaeta.Klcctrlu (roereport oa "tenl.s0 For free back
: Bitter,will quloklv dUim mber lbe and not in the asylum. "nta&.4 TRADEMARKSOpposite winr1jr11
the lroubleom cause. It never fall to tone.
.t tap etorarch, regulate the kidney and bow. THE BANNER ? -
i!; section .1.! stimulate tue liver, awl clarify the II.. No Cnauee.
if not in blood. Hun down systems benefit partlouUrly The New York World has a ,
and all the usual attondinic ache .
be sent van tea under Its *e rcnln? and thorough second cable from London as- If not 'Q:
effttctlvenea. Electrto Bitter i*only ftOo
'' at a and that I I. returned if It.don't gtveuerfecattraction. serting bat Richard Croker is U. S. Patent Office" ] '"
E. MoUeachy not? WASHINGTON D. C. 3
Guaranteed byIII. be Why )
< We Jt Co., drug Iste. urging: Mr. Bryan to againa
raise candidate for the Democratic
; We will lend Tab BANNER poet pal BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
cannot ftTl.rl4k O .sre .i im .n Committee. nomination for President. What to soy aiMre. for$1 per year; On. for *ix: ,
and The house committees were can be Mr. Croker'a object? If month;S5c, for three mootb. t. .

such ar; he were well informed with respect -
Or
; .g.de- appointed by Speaker Cannon to public sentiment' in the 1 fcJ
,
| cities. December 5. Sparkman is appointed United States he would know We W'lIIlIend THSJ DAKMCB: and the

but on the'rivers and har.. that Mr. Bryan has no chance of New Yrok Thrloe-a-Week World one ye.t 'I ,

differ- hors, Lamar'on interstate and getting the nomination. 'Just lorIL65. I' THADC MARK

met if i: foreign commerce, and Davis on before the convention of 1900 it Or DESIGNSCoPYRIGHTS Ac

de was the understanding that Mr. eketea and de.wbptlnn a'nygnlekl
merchant marine. All Anton.siding a
tbe the are Croker wanted Mr. Bryan nomi- We will end Toe BAHNBB cad the wurnao our oltne.n fr.. whatber.w...
I' ........J"" 'I.pnbablypa, !l..hl"'ft.m.: ""
Atlanta Journal for UW
,cue | .
t'A, ; express good positions.. nated so as tb "kill hill him off Weekly year tlauatrlatl.L<.MdMt eon.dsnH.L. fur aIIa3UUpos wmru., .rani.uu.
certain for good." Was not Mr Bryan ur i.in. taken, tbroutrh Munn Co. r_.UeIftOat
:!I 'A FHiaUTKNEO.UUB3K, noUM.without ehnnin.In til.
all their killed sufficiently dead in 1900 to
like mad down" the" street dumping
running Scientific Jimcrican.
: Croker? Savannah tf son w.nt ell *"-T..
their
to the occupant. or a hundred other accident please Mr. Word
*. are every dy occurrence It behoove I "''''Kit.The New. 'Tork: The At. A b.n...........'niimt..ied wwikJir.! J*.._fir*
have a reliable. Halve News. itntit J""roal-\VC! will make tbe extreme eUlHi HI of.ar.rl.u"do IciurnoL 7'er.u/3a .
/ eyerIJOdr.to low of for the three tnnm11UU nUui. l. BoW t/i r..weIeatn
is Ijr price only $1,33 p'
town good Buefc .
: b indy and there' ala..e a*
...... I. ,
,lei' Arnica Balsa Burn;cute, core. .-osema Church: Directory.'M. Coy DkNewYgrk
equit- I
classes and pile dnappear quickly uuder its I I. K. Church, Soll'b.-Preaelllnif" every Today la tbe acceptable time to subscribe : :'fl r Bt_ ..... :.. '
:; soothing effect. 21X9, at B. K. HoGeaehy A
1st and 3rd Bandar at 11 a.. m. and 8 p. m.
fact CO.'I drug store. Wliulott, Pastor. '
O. N. THE BANNER
Eadifkra.Uy E..reed. 3uperlntendent.Prayer Sabbath School 10 -a.. m R. 1.. Miller, THE, RECORD

The .fishing laws, which take Meeting Thursday nights. Chi des frla. CURES
OF
are pro- Young Mnn'a prayer meeting Tuesday ...
and np 'so much time of the Florida night Everybody cordially Invited.' Foley's Honey mad Tar

; and re- legislature, are very indifferently Baptist Chnrch-Preechtnir ever, lIod forchlldrca.i4fe.fare. No opiates.
let such tbe Heraldof and 4th Sunday' 8. B. Roger, pastor. .
enforced! as Tampa Sabbath. School S p, m. J. D. ForresterSuperintendent. i
adver- Wednesday said that despite .. r
has Prayer. Meeting Wednesday nl hfo/l./ Thricoa-Weck. Edition n.
fact that tbe law which
assured the prohibits -OF THE-
.. .
Ole .
r t Directory.OCSee
bring the catching and selling of NFW YORK WOULDAND
.,'; after-November 15 is hours 7:30: a.m.to 719: p. m.;' ex* fa growing larger every day. YOUR
mullet
,, now ilioald be the list.
cent Sun lavs. THEClijplcy !:- I I NAME en i
pelt bi f .in full force and .effect, great Kast-bound mall ela'10:30 a.m CURESWhites
Ocala ; Wmt-bound mall clow at 0:30: p.tn. Banner .
< catches are still being made, and Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m.. 'GVTn Palnfvl, .
Bit- roil Profuse and
lrrn
: -
and leave at 12 m.dallr,e ccpt Sundays
.
the local fish dealers of Tampaare f.r Monsu.
Malt from Orange Hill Bay head and St.
friends 'today selling just as much Andrews,arrives ate p.m., and leaves ,at $1.fi5; PER YEAH Grant w-v Ovarian, Troabls., .
a.m. daily except Sunday.. FMALC IJMCIA. Falltag. ef the Womb
if be has mullet as they did before the Sunday hours: 0:00 a7 m. to 11:30 a.. m., The Twieewfek:World has now becomethe and all other disturbances to which '

: talking season ended by law, and are operating and Money from Orders 5:30 p.m'Issued to 7:15 at all p.m.hours when Tbrlee-a-week. World belnjr Issued ev'Ir' females are aceject; especially those f
Monday We>lae.day and Frida,. which for have
for the .(Bee I. open ezcept .nd.l'l.. obstinate eases 'years :
boats.-Me-
liberal
.of just as many J.H. ALLEY. p, H. public.The mot The Thrloe-a-week.offer.ever World made larger to the resisted all other treatment.'
AN OLD OilRONIO CASE.
busi tropolis. ...... thou any weekly or emi-weekly newspaperpubllshed.furniabing |
Oar Clubbing
; elKhteea: ratrea.elll.t For fire yearr suflVred frqm whites 4s
as good and womb trouble three physician.4..intt '
t hence A COSTLY Vl&TAKK. B.A.Jnna: and Semi-weekly Atlallta10urDal. : columns wide every week and tljeblply relieve me. I then began taking ,
per year$1.75. (; lUxwBB lor One Dollar and Blxty- O.F.P.endmycon< itionatoGlm i T .
Blunders. are sometimes very expensiveUcoalonlly Tae World combine all :
it.-St. Are C4'nUl8o year. and I am now practically cure e
and Thrlee s-week New York
life limit I* the price of a BA.KVKB: .. toe freshness and crispness of a dally with pleasure In recorarnenUiaa'Itto nTwomen. eNna
,.' mistake (tut you'll never be wrong If you World per year l.W. lattruetlve and teelal feature of a ilM, L. A.. EIj LIS.
it ia take Vu Klrc's New Lire Pills for dyipep n.A.JnrlCB and Semi-weekly Tlmea-Un "I .,. Barbouraville, y. .
; Ila. dl&&IIIU" headache liver or bowel on and Vltlsenper. ,ear.ll.GCL Adc'rei( *for further Information. Wr hbw L.dl.'xa.Ith DRUGGISTS -
; : ; so. we trouble. They are genii; yet thorough. B.unr&a aDd Home and Farm, per year The CUJPLIY! BANNltt, L.aMliXCa.latmmM! : :;: SELL.irj 0.Z.F.P.
:;: :: tic, at 8, B.JacOeachy ft.Co,'*drug Store. 11.95. Cbipley, Via,
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NOTICE FOK PUBIJCAXION'

Mr. C. 0 Bertram, of. Montgomery I.*If. n.UM.T. amt-m. I I IMrartmtnt of'..Interior. I
lsk. reD !lMD"n. the Interuatlon.iHarvesting I Holiday rate via L. A N.. between all! Land Offloa at.Calnemllle. Kla.,N..l60 1903. r }
that lollowlnttamed
Notice la hereby atran the
Company of America, transacted fl joints In Florida,,will be one fare plus etUerfcae Wed notice. of his Intention to aaake
business here Thursday.Farrlor Ticket will final proof la spoon of bin dalm red that MId :
i, : H.ceBt,. *.for the irooad trip. nronf will*e made before Clerk Clrcalt Court at
Magmifieent Stocfc! Bros, bave a complete line of te sold. December 25,81?.and January V_Fla. 'n Dec M, 1 03. visa William J. ;
all kinds of toilet articles at their drugstore January 4,1BO*. Let' V......al Notoa. Fa_ Hd.JHXO .tor ,... yfi ofnwKi
as well. the best line of Xmas 1. !good returning ."of ewJaYa-cttea Jot. Tp. t HM'. U w.
goods aver brought M Chlpley.By alt c* to someplace.Th He.._the Hkm'ins II meaua .o grove bhcontuwoaa .
nelilemje cnttlvatkB of said
i a awl
Values! calling at Cook's store yon"can. get, f r_ .J... tae.elll": land. Tin Janea M.:1 sown ;J. B. Tarnvm. WUlif -
Marvellous I Ilrpptee 'i arks SL V. TIt,,".all nr Korea.. Fla. a
your bats, shoes and clothing at*discount ID the world are .. W. G.Kotiinimi.KU.tee ,
tr' of >!3 per cent off. Keuemner. this happiest people .. ..........
naves von t23: on every tioo & A. Cook '.*bo M whto keep cot of debt,out of pollVc's '
make an NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION .,
ont of office,shun notoriety,
s; Men's Suite OTereoatBoys 73ulta.t' Mr. W. D. Owens and wife, formerly of follow the< DwartaWnt/ of the Interior. *
by honest ,
\: thin place, but now of Alabama, elms It honest living( wean t.and Optsat&&..|,...< "... Dec '.1903.1:
*: $8.00 $7.50. $1.50 Tuesday morning and will upend a few golden rule,.bnrtbly serve the living God.t.lrne NoUoa berth" loon rhat the Mlewlne n..daettlerhaasjednntiaaef
.. day visiting friends and relatives IB-this. the "leven" tenor. of their'way," 'bla Intntxw to make
"' end prod to anppnrt of hk dalm amid that said
t't/ .. .* "dl to ,to county. : u1'1tesTect no' Opportunity of doinggood'Tropical pronl .W be......bakes Tb. Can tr Jada ater""i'
: Wll V '.-.January la. 1031. vfas fhlllp
of Mrs. A. M gun.enxlettBail.
$6.50I fla" Fannin sister :- c..,..ol Ctraton. Fla.. Hd. Bala fcr the *eK ofw.
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$20.00 $10.00 son, who has been attending the high; _"tewl4d.o14tswt4daeldSac2LTpaN.
: lle'hoolor this place, left Wednesday for n.12 .
Blonntstown to spend the holidays with) I B.aaw the fcnewtor wltntanua to goes hieomtfaunoareaideaceuponandcnltlTatlonef
441 (Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothing In 'I'awn.J1' her parents. 'Tba wedding of Mr.Richard H.Scarlet aaidland.
I ( and Miss Nathalie Aletine Dill, which Tin ;J. J. -.. John 8>wp<'. Bryant
8a .Charlie Banacer.: an M Orann HUU Fla.
Rev. O. N. Wlnslett came In >Tuesday
!In the :Fresbyterlanebureh
e tookpltce last week I "' .Go. YonssoaEd. .'
t Fleece Lined Underwear$1.50 Suit Values for 91.OO morning from conference Ills- man has tit Tallahassee, was one of the ass 0..101. Keaiatar.NOTICKFOK .
he
friends will be glad to know that. -
been sent back among us. We extend a social event of the season In", that city ,' PUBLICATION, '

ip largest ine of Pants shown a fit guaranteed. hearty welcome. I Rev. Mr. QuarUrman; uf Qulncy'officlted. Department d the,..t......... IIend
The \ ever ; Office at OaJnearlile.Fla, Nor.30. 1903. f
12 Wiselotrel. .
United State Martial ; -
,y,. Deputy Notice la hereby ova that thefollowlnvHtaaied
.' 1. who has long been a eltlzeirof this I tyrs. Charles A. Car' was 'rn tron of sttler. baa filed notice Ma fatentinal to make

place, has moved to Marlanna where be honor, the bridesmaids being All** Johnnie Seal proof te anpport of hb dalm. aad that ..id
ik po Standard Prints Still So per yard. will In future n>*ldVe commend him alstero pronf will be made befor Clerk Circa Court; at '
Scarlett
'1i' to the good people :of>> that city : Cay and Miss Marl. : VernonvFla..on' .. 1004, vlal' +
_. ft. 1 the Owens ef Wannan. Fla. Ed.WHl Wwlaotsal.

Oar urnishine-Goods' v Department was never as complete as it Notice Is hereby given to the holders nl I Mr.groom.Walter' Wight was best man and awll Be:namea said of the nwX.foUowniatrHaeaeMr Section I Tp.a N.to B.14 p"'b w.

tickets in the lamp drawing at Welli Wilson Hall and Robert MIckler omtlD_..-Idencor -poB mnd entarttoiJ'. ...14
I Bros.', that ticket No. SKI was the tacky Messrs. I.ad. rim Ube T.rt..... J.; W. Rd.era.' )f'. 14..
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is now comprising good Values in number. Tbe persoif holding 28.', will acted as groomsmen. The happy. couolt Rodgers D....wIDd1a. alluI.Waasaa. 51st, '..j t'

please bring It In and get the lamp." left fora short trip to Hrnoswick.Oa W.aRob" in mq '
; Ed.Me ..
Paid. B iMOeLNOTICE
Neck ear'Sblrts..Gloves' Belts, We especially Invite yon to come to oar They returned to Tallahassee for a f
: I store to-do your Christmas tradlor; we lays and then departed for Star Paul FOR PUBLICATION.

I. lave everything want In the Hoe of Minn., their future horn Department of the fntr lf.int.t. I
and" :Hosiery. holiday goods and they must be sold. We Tbe many friend of Mr. Scarlet liChlplev Land Offioeat Galnee.llle Fla*N..... 30. IHO. f I
': Suspenders, Hats don't Intend to.carry. any of them over.. wish him and bride a happy. andprosperous I Notice'la hereby drag that lbskdlnwlagsamedSeiner "
life. I baa filed notice of hie Intention Wmako
Wells Bros.
.. seal. proof ta anpport olbla claim: and! t>ataal4pronf

Rev. W. A. Prince, of Orange Hill, THAT TBfln166E!! ITCHING. I ;Judge will at be VFI made before_....I.;'..R... 9.Wellv 1904.Ella Ctnrntr

i Campbell & Butler came In Tuesday from Pensacola. wherebe week."widow d We. W. weekk. deoeamd" 4
had been attending conference. Ills Caused by SALT RHEUM Zan o be cured w....... 1"1." ... Bd. 3TIOII. far. the ns7d aI. swldrBrctlos
t I Fla.fjr many friends will be_lad to know that by the only remedy In the world thai 1e, Tp. 3 N. R. IJ...
rf Chlpley, : he has been returned his tame work .Is sold with a printed positive gua He name the. Mlowinawitnoawa to prow,hiaemtlnnoua
for another 'around every bottle. You will .. fBn'-l reaidence pan and cunlTation.ol said w
year.
.. refunded In each and every ease land via Joe D."" .1_Pad, L L; Daniel 0.
money ..
p cxk Mr. Dock Adams, one of Jackson conn- where DB. UELDINO'H SKIN REMEDY J. DaalDlo'aUol WasunPlaw. '
,..,-- - - m s..sanm>_-- .Q. Robin..
ws y's. prosperous farmers panscd through [ falls vo cnre..wll'bu yon have been Ed.t.pal4. Redder.NOTICE
own Monday en route to the bay enunry. afflicted one Tear or Uftv. It I II ;pleasant .
.Clothing? .We have plenty of It.. Givens I County Tresvnrer I*. II. Howell, of Vernon Mr. Adams told u* that be ha sold &0 n e. Doctor prescribe IL' FOK FVDLiCATIbN:

rlJ. a eb.._, to jnaka you prices.. Wll. ,came up Friday on business While' out In Jackson county and will probably Events A Home Department. Wtnatnterinr.Ijind .-1
:1. N' 'opid Brae A jt !here be paid ns a pleasant call.. ocate In our county. We are alwaysglad 'i-15. Chlpley,.ria. OflBce atGalneerill ..Fla.. Nor.. 19091 f
: I to han good people! locate with.,... Notice la hereby deem that the followlnioaniaHettler '
f Bros.' they For the next 30 days I am offering my .
J. Carry to Farrlor ; ban Bled notloaef bin Intention to make
your
. will Rive yon eggs 3Sqjjozen! ,and sell you Roods 'entire lino of clothing and shoes at a 25 Mr. T. J. Mobley.. now.a proml"e'nimprcb.n' NOTICE FOR' PTJBUCATION.Denartmnnt I final prod hi anppnrtof btedalra and that saM
S. A. Cook. at the Interior, I ,il Circuit Court at
per cent discount of Texarlcana,Texas, but formrlv pm will he made before Clerk
Sal! a\ Well Bro, right Vernon Fla.. eame-ln Sundaynd Land Office tilt Ge'-' \II...Fla. Dee 1'", 1903. r i' Veraon. Fla,on Dec 36 1903. tin John W. Tay
and of that thakalowinoMmednttter ... ... 33757 the "ot a.4
'spendingtime Oo to theChlplay Bargain House Notice la hereby rlren lor.ol W.a. FI. Bd. tar e :
several stranirors
Fascinator' at Cook' Tbere are the contents of those Be, lOo and 15o will spend a few dare hereon business; baa Bled notice of Ma intention to make aria. of eol-*.Section 6. Tp.1 N. K. 13 w.
} here whose names we have failed to see ed.i His many friends here ant glad, to see Inv proof eapport ef his dahnj sad that said! Heaamee tbeMlowlnr wltni.iii to profs his
will be eurprl
: Syrup! wanted at Cook's. learn. counters; you him back, and are glad to know that he "TOO*will*e made boon Clerk. Circuit Court at Donttautona residence upon and cultivation Mid
of Is doing well and well pleased In his new rernonv Fla.,on ;r.&I7n.: 1904 vUS Canr C. tanj, vie Dallaa Pinch A. C. Pitta. Taam a '
s All kind frolu at BarBeld Kroa We extend thanks to the msrshsl. We i. Buy your boys and girl some our western borne. All Join In, wishing himbundant !arter.of Wausau.111. Il4.2.171 for tneaeX Barfield.].L.Taylor, all ot" Wauaao, Fla. '
bond those'.cree' lamps lUbted Fridaynight. nice underwear and keep them warm; .1 nw K.aactloa 31.: tn.:3 n. r.13 w.B. W.G. RoMaoa> _
from .BarBeld Bra prices low. Campbell: &..lJutier.'Mr. success.Splendid .name the toUowinaritneeaea to tmv hianntinoona Ed.fca paid. geti tor.
Get your groceries reeUence epee sad coltlratlon. said
want'' candy, there Is no and Mrs. Arch. Ball came In from holiday showing. at Miss Hatle's. .nd.via:, David Miller, ;Jatnae Carter.TbomaaIwona. ; NOTICE FOR PtTBLICA TIOJr.
','. Any and. allklndsotgrocerlesstCook'aAlmanaesfraeiMtUe.cD1'.dilgttoro. If yon fancy Sneads Wednesday and went out to Toys dolls (a whole school of J.N.Carter all of W._.. Fla. aI the Interior.Itaad
Douse toetlk Dep.rtmetlt
'. place like the Cbl Bargain them) book, card,, picture. photo W.G. KoMnaon.Keaiater.. :
,
/ -. Uracevllle to visit their parents.Mr. I Office at Gataearille Ma. Nwr. Ib.1903.. f
frames musical Instruments, fancy boxes, Kotkje hereby ova that' the Mlowlnfnanotaettlerhaa "r !

k When want drum go to Farrloi Another shipment* of Star brand shoes A. M. Wilson and family IAn Wednesday perfumery, papeterlev, dresser scarf, ron .......B. died notice of his Intention to make
::10 yon
.
: the holidays frilled curtains, games lambrequins, Baa proof hreuopnrt ol hbi claim and that aaid
for Blountstown to spend ..
i.'4 -.'Bros. has been received. at Wells. lira*. .store. with relatives and friends. fancy collars etc. o.m' you think von The Crampta Ptwvertr.---se acre: of I........wIt. proof will I Tie made before Clerk Circuit: Court at ,
Nut *ed. find about all the presents von with sated one mile aunthweat ef Chlpler." Sad.lI... arnwc Fla*on Dec 3*. 1903. .te Banks Oay.n ,
can
: Normal) '* candy at McQeacby'* drag fan 4n I/ac, Wta. ....( MUlerla. Ferry. Fla Bd.29734. lor ttoe-wM
; ,, A.CaAMrron.
If A.1 'store. The Cc, lOo and 15c counters at the i As time Is limited 'Just now at 'Farrlor' 'o buy In this list without rnnnlnit all ,, sre*"Anr to Minn trees..sing or cutting d timber this aol- ..d 001.... Section 36r.. r.J N.. R.le.... ill
Chlpley Bargain louse Is theplace to get Bros. store we won't say more now, but ver town? Come and see. whether YOU land will be dealt with to the,fuUe extent ol law. BenaawatbeMlewina-wltiweerato prose hiamutlnooua
1,1+ Fascinators and circular shawl .at ask you to come and see our Hue.Farrlor boy or not. Oh, yes! A doll hat Riven raid..npan and cultfVatkcn said i
bargains away. with each doll that Is sold. .11OTICH.: land. via Franklin Tiller, Carl 11_ AheadMMildrritlmbat

':f,:,!', .Cook's. There was a good man: of onr country Urns want your trade, and to Notice Is hereby stoat that t>W.will. be ra IT.. Prake. an W.G.Robinaia.ef MillerFerry.' .

>.:? Bring your chickens, sag* and turkey people In town. Saturday. being.Masonic satisfy you of thefact they bave cut ..4 to.let contract for a Superintendent of Frc r ;Bd. fee paid. ..Register
\Cook.: day. prices lower than all competitors.- Farm and a keeper of merrr at Millers Ferryat c
Court House door at pnblic out cry at next NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION. '
You most eat; gut. your,groceries. from Have ton bought a new tie? If not, before If you want Santa Clan to visit your 'E ''I legd Board at U M- ;Jan.4th. 19O4. the Interior.
y home as he should why go &Ardor ''Partiea with whoa cnotr la made aiaat make I G.lM'ne..IMll..PPtta f fNntlca..bF
I' .U*, Wells IJroi' : of yon tins purchase look. at Farrlor Bros'line Bros.' and Ret them to Ox you op. I 'ghright and auiDdent bond.bid'c .reaerraa UMl Land pfllos at altar. that. thetnaowtwuamodwttler Nor.9.1903..
mud alt '
.'! Get y:>>ur shoes.from the Cblpley Bar. l .to..stbe reject any Board. Conntr Commlaalonar ; baa Bled notice. of bio mtention to make '
gain House.. Mr. Cliff Davis came In Wednesday' ands New Xmas: goods at Misses' Richard nay.. Ibis By the 9ta.day" Deoember. 1403.' final pnv 't.. for a short time with Harper; Cole- ion's. If you want anything In that This part of the moral vineyard I I. en I I W.C LOCK_.Clerk for Board. ,pros.will be made before Clerk Circa: Court at
: If you want to Ret a good price for your line go quick before they are gone.Don't V_ Fla*on De. 19. 1V03. vkc John; Moauaaoe.
Cook.: Dan againGo nylng the. bright sunshine.Old JOIUTICJBo of Beaten!. Fla.! Bd.3U77 for the nM ot
'! .y; yrnp see sell.Section in. ... 2 N tm. Q..
; read the loci advertise .p.
fall to *
'. I_ tn Misses Richard-ton's for your Santa ha not visited this romron- Notice U bnreby given; that I.Krneat A. Fan., He saw followlna-witnesses to prove, his
notice.
,1. Don't fall to read Geetlng's He hits gblldnn's cttps, kid gloves, fancy mania this week. -Tber will tell, you nlty yet, though the kid are beginning;' nlo...(*.rdlaa..... WlUie* Paym and Ernect eonttauaoaiealdoncenponandcnltlTatktnoI. saId
ants rails split I where to buy vour Christmas, toy* will app/rto B_ Joel R. K. J. T.
''''i collar;etc. Payne minors land via John A. J. Finch all
.. j.b to be anxious about him. c-ntrJa4.nf WaahlBa Caallt,. \ WsJI"l Kvana,ol Sexton. Via"Wlr."JI. .ot Wan.
:. \ of lIP6cl&Jtlesl. groceries. ,J. Make loved ones and friends happy old ", ..tll'. on tile '
One onr Just arrived at Cook's & very choice selection yonr his office in Vernon "" fees Fla
E. Mclieacby Co. of nice up-to-date trunk, at old by giving them a. nice Xmas present The We are with the Caryvllle correspond el January.19O4.lor Bennlaafcm to_.at. .i ior W.G.kebkww.Pd. .
} Limo place to get them U at Farrlor Bros.' eat Let; the proper authorities] see that public aale, for cash. or on credit aa the said !! : tea paid. _Resits.L1J1VIBER. .
etc. ao' Me- prices.- I I;Judce atar order all the Haht. title and toiareatiol I
For false faces toys, ItO the tax or
the ports
country
pay deacribed tractor
'. ." Mr. Bryant Scott., of Orange Bill was np the aaid minora fai the Mlowina'
,.' Gcachy drug 're The jewelry you want for Xmas you leave our alone. pant d land situated In the town el Chlpley.
should purchase from the Cblpley Bargain one of thevisitors In the city Saturday. game said county and atate. towjtt Lot NembCT :S4betna \ !
It will pay von t.n"a Cook's. prices on llouse. lie paid us a pleasant call while here Hon. J. H. White, J. M. Chestnut and a part ol the math hand northeant" quarter .
syrup bo/ore :you selL ol Section four. Township. four north,of nuuw
: N. B. went out to have. contest
Mr. W. Tl. Ross came In from his farmIn Dave yon.it. nice sulk :made to suit and Hay 13 went. AhnatotcDejmejvchia- a paint at ,Flooring
Don't forget that Kverltt A Dome keep action county. and soent' tjandav: fit yon. Farrlor Bros represent! the"Best with the quail on the 12tb instant and the enuthweat corner..f the ten acre lot add by .t.-
Poarch's Painless OIL with friends. on Earth" tailor, Lamm A; Co. the score stood 100 to 0 In favor of th*. W.H. Donely and Sarah B.: Donely to J.r.. eCetling. a ,
ands6Ll M..I SIcllna.

For four whiskies, wines etc., send to We regret to now the Illness.of Mr. W. Mr. W. W.Jones spent' a few dan last' quail. .rroofingttasimwest3rlasis thence. north:3 trainee t_ialt :3)'chaina Finishing aDd Dimension stuff fnrDiabrd

M. Jacoby, Pensacola. T. Home's little child, but trust It will week In the western part of the state on a Wllnket thenea_tit t..lAM...... eaat3chaina on :short notice.'. You ran build without
Xmas for soon recover. business lie returned 'borne :Sunday. Daopa. .to the he.<.mi>a..a.taiIIIaotr- and 4-180) of BK having tro ablp your lumber from other
Yon And that present rAnd .
ean. I Mr; Ernest Brock made. a tnslneu) trip ....... u I III manufactured right here
your frIend,at Cook's.. lest von forget we will tell you Nice rockers and screens Just added to F..-r A. FAIWIH. I place, as
sell Ml kinds of patent medicines.Barfleld our furniture. store; buy your toilet sets to Uracevllla this. week. I '. Aa 6aai Uaa A.u4.I' | M home, and the money you spend I I.
avisitor we kept In elrenlatloo here at boroe. 'blrh
Mr. Walter Gainer.-of EconBDa. w a from ns before Xmas. Campbell &. Butler.
here Saturday Bros. I Mr.8. P. Johnson trftnaac&tf tnslnes :NOTICE OF DISSOCUTIOPC.: I I add to the business of our city and to the

United States Marshal Watts .In this community this woejt -f > I' eo..' eneral of our balldrou.1rftd .
Farrlor Bros have Just. received a new Deputy Tbs flrax known aatb* Central lumber ( hou s ndete up
Mr. R. W. Gar.of day, was among the lot of lad II's' area goods and trimmings; and Mr. 1. U Wbldden atteftd.ed United The Brock publeebooi) Dyneperfagnicely i .doing boaineee at Chlpley. Fla.. hi hereby. dlnlTed ... *. now the
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'Xnesdav. ? ... omeenuM.. M.Fralner-. and marrb of sty's We
visitors here States. court at Montgomery, Ala., la tOld I "" by mat. rapid our profrtc
go and sea them. week. under toe p re.f, Er.118 stKedqlck. I ... B. FrakMT retirtar ,..,..'the bnahkna. J.KShoeaiaker will furnish von the lumber I at. mark.
Mr: Ben Pipkin, of Bonlfay, transacted sad IL O. M.nT..IaID.. part. price. Come see nn, -
note the 111 of Mr.
We
to severe
regret of bound forth .
Perfect
bashes
caravans r..legundwaamsslrn.
wagon ... will aaeume all UabUltlee.
business here Tuesday. bold Rood ....store outings -
prices at on
W. O. Danlel'.UUle son but hope thathe this 'J.&SHOEMAatCK. I GULF COAST A NOBTHWESTKEN
through
bay country :
and calicoes; feeder ; y l.ha'Joowan' country pas H. 0. MURKY.F .
1\.11'\. '. R. J. Pica'left Thursday.for hIs may soon recover. before "'' all."J 1 r.ubttJJ.I. : every d.TM.rrled. ; *. &"R AISER.!: I! LUMBER ASAWMILTiCO.

home In Dunreltb. Ind. Mr. J. I. Peel of Duncan paid us a Bo\lor. ';'i ; ; vMr M. M.VRAl&Ut.Chlpley. M. R PrTtctiard. Man. .
pleasant call Wednesday. lie has our ,e; : ,on Thursday December 10,at I f .FlaVNoTfimber. V,1901 4t ,
Get your' hot drinks at the fountain a'McUeachY'1 thanks for favors.. M. Jacoby, fonowlyjif Marlanna, Mr. 1* A. Brooks. Miss Clara Prow to rIMi

drug store. bas now of Pensacola,witsoue of the ..Ial.on Mr. R. I. Roche. We wish them happy .

Guaranteed solid leather shoes'*1.00 Barfield Bros handle the famous GoodFellowBrooks \ hem Friday. "....ke"' was talking ,, life .
prosperous
liarheld Bros. Shoe.Co.'*ahoes; they are "taters..
and at
up the "world's best. I I Tbe correspondent from Duncan congratulates
Yon always find bargains Far
Onarantend shoes going at a S3 percent Calhnnn county Is to bave another rlor Bros.can' store and the Brut thing you the correspondent from Cary- r

discount at Cook's.If newspaper. It Is lobe located at Blounts- honld do while out shopping to visit'' villa 'very much: for his writing against

; If yon wish to bo assured of satisfaction town. Let *er roll. their store. the destruction of our game, '

it trade, Wells Bros. Our line of dry rood*,'dress! good, eta, Wells Bros. That's the name that In my communication, last week made ItstJp'ToYou.

1 W hat are oar pm ple> going to do for I" complete and the prices will suit everyone. catches all the people. Everyone knowsthev a mistake In saying where Mr. Keddlck' .

some amusement Christmas? Bardeld Bros. can get everything' they want at exhibition and Christmas tree would take "
x their store.
County Commissioner Nelson 4 transacted -, See our fine of stationery, as wo have a I I place. It I I. to be .at the Bowea school ,

buslnevs here Monday. : fell[ flnet prices from 100 a box up to 91. Xmas will be here In two weeks; do ,. bouse. For all we can do is-to tell TOO in plain figures ,'
J.R McUeacby
Farrlor Brost tour holiday shopping at .
Yours, I '
Dan erIfMl.of Pensacola. was one of & Co.'s, where you are assured of perfect' II' .. :-s svr;' ::. '
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the visitors here Wednesday. Mr. A. D. Campbell, one of onr most satisfaction. Oy M .. mOn &Vera. and words that '
merchants, I : _', _.r.ti':
prosperous Thursday i night December 11, l00 ..
BarBeid Bros always cam fall line Friends at Marlanna. IP8D'SUndaYWII"1 When yon are la need of medicine that :, ... : ,' '
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the Woodmen the World.at Vernon ,., .. ,
of staple and fancy groceries. does the work, BO to Evertu A IIl'rne',1.nd ':)0 o. ./"
Misses Richardson have In now jack- try a package of Poarch's' LJyer Powder will give' an oyster topper at their ban -iFarriorIs Bros.l'r:

Follow the crowd and yon will l flndTonrself eta, cloaks, children's reefers and ladles' ; only 23c.Don't for the benefit of the camp. We ID1'lteall Ir't1
at Well. Bros.' stor dress skirts this soak.CofeingtorCbrlstmssNotSanta. I l
I. In convenient' distance to attend /
steep over your rights, but goat camp : i .
Seeded raisins, mince meat, eta to be ; Glaus, once to Karrlor Bros.' and vet a pair of and also extend a general Invitation to ... the place alionld trade'at: ,;

..... .r s found at Cook grocery itore. bnt Plea, with another car of- apple and Shoes Rood shoes they. are-selling at such the public to come and partake of thl you
other thing to eat reduced "
good prices
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Mr Alec Mathlas. of Oak Hill, was one : I upper with us. fBECA USE
of the visitors bore Wednesday. If von'are In donbt aVto whether Cook Mr. J. G. Melvin!.1 bf Hays, transacted Hot chocolate and coffee)will be servedas i.' ..
ean save you anything! on 1"0tIDI0'' hat and. business here Monda,. Be has our well a* oysters Admission to taau -
Remember, that Cook keeps only the clothing, glvs him ajealUMr thanks for a aamoleon., May\ he have a 't ; '
best quality and fresh groceries. merry Christmas. will bet ,Adults, .25 cent;. .children 13'I Its. at their store you can'always get the but

..Walter Williams' of Oraeevllln.visited Cents ...ji "'" ,
A few pieces of flrwi dress goods to be i'apt. A. ;J. Gay. flf Gay ria... was t
friends here Wednonday. reports Coma, and If yon don t gel your money' goods .. Z,1: .
closed out at cost al Wells tiros. Uracevllle booming. transacting business here last Saturday. ) \ I
worth make complaint to the doorkeeper; "
The always cordial welcome
captain gets '
We bare banter galore 'nowadays.! Christmas Roods of all kinds, and description In our town. \ and he will refund your money. I .A: Tlics O .c <<:sC:: r cc; 1-
Birds are catching lt.n all aides..y There will be music and other attraction .
*-tho handsorneat Una la townal BarKeld Bros, hove the most cnmnloto

.....' Rev. $.-A.- Dannelly'Is the now prasld- McUeaeby.drug store. I I line of Xmas.RoodsAre<< works:tova,)eta-I- to add fc> the pleasure of the*v n* As well as good clean goods. .

.-...T tag-elder of the Marlanna district blade In town. Don't make any purchase tlli 1.1*. Everybody corns, and I.,'*kav DM I ., ...
The best show Is the Clover brand. you see our goods. big time In Vernon., of it all]
In the way of Christmas Rood Wells J. a. Mdieachv! A Co.carry a tall line. fey And the best TOO 'yoarmoney's- .
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BIOdo can supply yonr every want men, women and children.Mr. I I Mayfield clothing N the, bent on ertb. CHABLZS EX. Runet. If j' r

I They are sold In Cblpley by J. R. N('. D.. Tamo. Cor.&x.t.lt.Czuaua worth, or ,,g..Iiii'' \ ,' ,
Dr. B. F. Save, of Orange II 111, was' Frank McCrarv, one of Jackson Ueacbr & Co. Don't buy 'cluthlD until .)Ig1.Afl

transacting business here Wednesday. enno','. most prooperous farmers, spent you see their line.. .' Committee.. YOUR MOMEY BROK

Wanted aOOH raUs split: ZJf} mllna sooth !Saturday: here with friend I I When It corns to' toilet articles. and w s.P.r '

of town, nearBlno 1'004t..K.: Ueetlog. held perfumes we have the handsomest line of ...
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Bev. 3. It. Rojrera his. rrgntar'
its
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.ood. ever brought to Cblpley. McUeachy's Do that} atFARRIOR
forget now
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Rail, rn s-All sizes, kinds and prices; services here last Suoxiav., Good attendance drug store. I bar for sale sa acre of Rood land, _
ek. Camubetl; Butler. both mornln".04" night 1
them this w ;
see At MeOeaebv's drug hire von will nod with Rood building, good w..nd rood

.. That pair'of pants! yon need yon should Qnlck dullveryi order at night, whiskey a magnificent line of glassware and chocolate Improvements generally It U located BROS.A

gilt from BarOeia jJro.| pats: from 80o back next morning, $ .gnaraoteed oooda. : ware from which to make your selection tjfmlle from Waiuau; there I*ss acre*'

up. M. Jacoby, boa 23, .t'enllaOla. for Xmas presents.We I :
In Rood state of cultivation,with! :good
call the attention of the pnMla In
.1 The prettiest line/ of dress roods to be Kr.O.B. Bosh.'of' Orange Dill, mem- the fact that the poetof ice will observ* I fence. For further particular all|] MI o*

'* found !In Cblpley Is at J. R. )McUeaebf Jet p, the school hoard, wan on our street Sunday boors on Christmas day. Bo you ,address ". A,; D. VAL11tl11r'Chlpley r I I .

'Co.'!.' Monday transacting business. will be governed accordingly: JI'is.r -.AV1PV--0.

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