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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
July 9, 1903


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Vol. XL Chipley, Washington) Co., Florida] Thursday, July Oth, 1903. Number 3.

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-' Iela./ .: 4prtlaa..rlallltlw -j 1o Be Made Big 'N.val Base World' Fair Note.. .. ."

j Austria will participate officially In the Pl
., Tho government. has finally decided'to World' Fall1.' A representative. will. be
transform Qulebra Island, east of ?orto appointed hortly. -iStop DreamingK ; '

Jim Damps on Independence Day, Rtco/tnto a grllat naval bane, with powerful .. ,
a 't fortifications. Not only will defen Tbe Liberty Hell will rest. in the centerof
k Said: Force (freed us from Eng-
? o land's sway. Ilea bo pptabliftlicd/ on Culobra) Island Itself! the rotunda of the Pennsylvaolabulld- And wake up to find it to be true that 'h: r
Now Independence let's declare but the three smaller Islands lying close log at. the World's fair. ?'

4' From indigestion's tyrant"snare. td f lt will be fortlHed. With this objectin A feature of Wyoming's exhibit. at the you can get your $ .

Good friend, shako off this despot view part, of these l Islands will be opened World' fair will be a Urge collection of GaECII reilirniaSkoiAS ,.
grim. to settlementand people who have I colored photographs of VVyotuluv scenes.
# ,t Twas 'Force* that freed :your been piano-luff-take up land there have )' a
.Sannyjim/ been Informed of this decision The li'Uh Department of Agriculture '"'U eelebraledfor' SHOES :

']'bl, wM oneol tho Important conetnslonstlaeh5 will make a special exhibit an Irish Industry llgb f lass/9alorlaI .
99k ( 'd At tliA conference last. wektM ut. the World's FairA ".*""

t. >twV !i> the ricHlitenV Secretary Moody locomotive) testing laboratory will bea m dResNfp/azz2psbip Hf\TS\ ,

bird Governor U uot oll.'orto Rico to :&0' I I foature In\ the 'TrftiifponaUou building

ernment.lect the lands to bt reserved by the gov tit the. Wurld'sFsir, nest. year. ? CLOTHING,

The Bevly-tofien*Oral. u'1ft The harbor needs> dredging, and it. 1.1 I A dog sliou will be a feature of the 1A:
Live Stock exhibit the World's
( ut }Fair SHIRTS :
largo enough to accommodate, times ,
., the number of ships In the United States :I next year.! "+n

l navy without. crowding. Ills surrounded I California. Day at the. World's Fair will. SIN rJ .d
I on ..,' that form natural emplacements ,I be September Uth, the Mtu anniversary .
for defames pf any size. The entrance of the. admission! of California..! to the Un

." to the harbor la deep and narrow, ion. TRUNKS.And ; ,
.' and carOie( eaxllv mined. '
0j 8wOTrra! ; \) Dewey and Iv-ur: Admiral Tayi .A topographical: map of tbe state of
.t Alabama. will form a part of the staut's.
lor chief of the Bureau uf Navigation.were .
.tk\; A Food far Fishier. e exhibit at the World's Fair.
Impressed 111'11.11111(' strategic value
\ ., "It may Interest yon to learn that Tbros* !\ all kinds of groceries from us.v'e also carry a nice
j Is being served at breakfast several times: of the harbor, and advot;a ted the establishment Denmark hat officially 1 VcepteJ'lhs Invitation -

'ktothemrmbersoftheEecondtkghlmeaf. there of the chief naval station I to participate Va the World's line of,Laces, Embroideries, and Dress Goods. ,
.. N. 0.1'_ now on. duty at thlsplaco.. lathe West IndIra. Mr. Moody later visited Fair and William Arupt. has been ap-
Mtw'Trlzen 1
.lLuu&I'.W.OkO. the harbor. and approved of their. :, polutud,cummhelonnr.r
buying shoes
? see views,, T.ho contract for the Ohio Stale build- ,
fib us your
J Hotel for.6OOO Gue.t. ing ut lobe World' Fair has been let. to be sure they are the n
tbo Smith: & Eastman Contracting: ; Co. .
The under c \ ,trade{ and belie .
h cost slightly! 13,000.
/-10 The lamest hotel.. ever erected for an No better made in
exposition will be within. World's.Fairgrounds The Smithsonian taxidermist George t

L r, at St. Louis. 'A contract. has U. Turner, Is preparing a Ill-foot. giraffefor ( world.' benefited..

The Flrvt Glass Wlado. I ," Color and DI._... been signed for the construction .of this exhibition the government.buildingat ..
The ..first glass window' In England,l _P : r tone would agree that color has mammoth bolJ"dloK.bA rates In which the Worlds fair.

wns put np In an abbey nbout "tliAyp.r ,d 40 '' ,ordinary effect on'one's spirits! will bo controlled by the exposition. The I Every country s lu South America will Callaway & Co.
r *:\ /earlet or reds'of any kind are ulajny rooms'will be dlvlJInto four clasHes ao-
. Olasn windows, however. I
is ;: I participate In the World's. fair. Chile,
exhilarating. But what is tbe cording to alze not less than BOO rooms of -
dlil not become general for Inll'ny hundred ; I ,, tho last to accept contemplates an appropriation '
? 'years; urn! an lafc" its 127$ the \ 7>-r of color over disease? The Idea : each Ialls. The rates will be, on the Ku- of 235,000' pesos.A .

gloss. casement: at Alnwlck cnstle. the ,Si the powerexists fa not a new 0110 ropean plan, for each person, $1, 11.50, f3
Duke of 'Northumberland's seat were -Inured nola.lnow: ; bow old It Is- and M per day Meals will be served to prominent English: poultry breeder Irl.l..,Dlrd Brltefi. A Bused Porter., .

regularly 4akeii down! when the family I hut when Edward II. (then Prince Etl.r such of the. !guest as desire them at the will make a large tiUpluy!{ of old English A Dublin journal speaking about the Scene ....Pullmnn car entering St. ,"

wna{ away from home.-Notes and -:: <:-ires smitten with smallpox his.Ijettr following prices: breakfast. and noou name fowls and Lurking In the poultry. beliefs about birds In Ireland says Louis. Porter obsequiously wblsk- '
aerles. :: : (Citddepden.) treated him In .amy luncheon conU each. evening dinner exhibit at the world's fair. that the "L Innckblrd end thrush ere bl'oomnJ'omun: pRII enger. AfterIliiKerlitK'expectantly

_.ri I' that would liafle: even' the Chris 75cenU. The hotel manager will collect Gov. Peabody of Colorado, has appointed "wandering souls" whose sins tenet be be receives n tip ...
i HI. Knoirleilfxe. tun: Cclentlsts. from each guest. BO cents each day to cov- Sam Wood of Denver, special, commissioner expiated: on earth; hence they are f'u fire cent ulckVI. lie looks ut It
"I suppose Mr. Casey,: said the passenger To quote hs! oirn words from a not.f -. !ever the. price of mission to the nxposltfon to collect exhibits for the Swedish forced to rnduro the rigors of winter critically! then Crops' It Into tbe cuspidor -

's to the Irish pilot "you know : -. Miss Strickland's! \:! In her Marguerite ", { grounds., department of the slates.. exhibit at the. 'Rooks. Jac-kdiltvs. bats hawks andowls ( 'reinarklug: defiantly.! "Ah'ru er t
where all tbe rochs are along of France. memoir. "I ordered the .- world's fair.. are animated by lost nouls. The portah h'umChlcngoOpen! this! i
coast""F'ulth ? tbl'l prtnw: ij bo enveloped: In 'scarlet cloth; The Joke Will Tn_. wagtail&; \ called the devil's bird for no window 1"'foiumandv' the woman. lie
: 01 do not" replied the' mid Hint b:> bed and a'l 1 the furniture Chauncey M. Depew and Samuel I*. An old hand fire engine, with which other reaeou. It Is supposed than that It obeys whereupon she stoop, picks up

"but 01 know where they afu' ."-Philadelphia of.U!...ttainbt: r should be of bright! red Clemens the humorist were crossingthe Louisville Urea were fought before the. cleverly tirades the missiles\ thrown at the cuspidor! and empties It upon tbe

Press. t folcr.hch: practice nof ulone! cured ocean oa the sam '8teAmer. One steam apparatus came Into existence, It. A lend wagtail Is a 1'111'1II track; then,-dru wing herself up huugb-
him. bat prevented JIB being uiarked." evening after dinner it was suggestedthat will be carried to the World' far at Ht. The robin |I. t-nllrd Uod's bird be- tlly. observes. "1 am a lady from Bos -

Worldly WI.doMO' t Tlsf eld chronicle goes on to any that following tbe time honored custom Louis, next year by the Louisville Vete cause It plucked thorn from the cruel ton." .

-$ "Now tbntmy engagement Edgar Ie "treated the. sons cf tbe noblest lu the United States, the diners ran Volunteer Firemen Association who crown pressed upon the bend of our When In the station' every passenger

Is broken oR I wonder If he'll ask me I houses iu England on the red system run be speeches. Mr. Clemens made achaxncteristic I will visit. the fair In a body.A Saviour and In doing so wounded Its hnd left the car the porter said to tbe .

to return the jew*hdbat be gave me." nl:tl made hood cures In all." ad l''sl. such as might; mammoth \vatch_ built for the occasion own breast It forsakes a "cursed" conductor} "Los dat nlttel. en' Ah'tu

"I r be doesn't lurk for them. I'd send "In this chlkL'sli state," Miss Strick have been expected from one whore on such a large scale that people may graveyard.Sgarrows.. er fool.!. It teethes! me er lesson' bowoiiittevrr. -

then back at once, for In that ease land quaintly remarks. ""'II' the noble wrlttufs are so well known under the walk around In It., amoria the moving stare and plovers are on : never tvr fool wad none o.

they're not genulner 6'Uegende Blat art, of healing at the court of'Margue! nom de plume of Mark Twain. wheels will be on exhibition at the St. friendly terms with the fairies. Tbe dene Yankee women. Why der ain't

ter. rite." What would ber comments be If "It was understood," said Senator Louis exposition.; Visitors will thus be lark and the swallow ore birds of good er wbiimi) through de whole weNt

she- lived In this twentieth CCDtur.1t'bUudelpbla Dcpew when called upon to speak able to study the mechanism of a watch omep. (but tlie latter should \not rest on who'd c'r thought o* cnxtlu' dat nickel
How H. tv..a. .,.. I Ledger. "that Mr. Clemens and I should write tbe housetop. '
de roadside, knowed Ah
without the aid of a glass. on ; when dey
',, "Sad about Bln (bniu. Isn't ItT* out our speeches' for this occasion In wanted It." f'V"ork' I'rells.Fo.ndlh. .
1 "What's the matter with BlngbamT The Deller In a Devil. advance and then exchange' manu The largest,tree In Oregon/ was felted fluuiaa lrotlo vnes..

"lie went to the bad being a good A maidservant belonging to one of/ scripts. We, tav* done so. but 1 regretto recently to be lent as a curiosity to the If we look cn] the doings of n man .... f

fellow."-Baltimore News.JiOBIK the women's colleges bad been out say that I have forgotten.: Mr. Clem world's fair. ltl Itt the Aperdeen gpru e, with n merely worldly eye find pierce I For tbe humanity of parents let it be (

wIth her lovrr. without leave front her ens' speech. and stood nearly !300 feet high, 40, feet below tbe surface of character we are I I .ti< mistress and was returning late along Tide senator: then took his scat. Dill around and 118 feat. from the ground to apt to feel bitter. acorn cud disgust for I DU'" .au .u. p
t my road at tbe top of which lived the auditors roared In appreciation of flic I ground to the first limb. IU! age: Is calculated our fellow creatures. We hove lived to the percentage of fuundllnga!; Increases
A l S CONTEST lamented! Professor) NeUleshlp. Now. Juke. at 440 year discovered being a gooa sized!: tree see human hollowness the lubes of the In summer and decrease as regularlywith
when Columbus the land that the oncoming of winter. It In another
i tbe latter'bad n large yellow dot that The next day an Englishman met. !Mr. was afterward c..III'd.Amcrlco... Dead sea shore, the what Interesting fact tbut bard times
took the usual canine delight In seeing Clemens on deck. seemed' so fair, the uiotdpi-lug beneath ..
cats scatter and flee and. the better to "I sap" be remarked "I have always I A mammoth i-tof, of bread six hundred the waited sepulcher; and no wonder If mean more foundlings and this may

ATTilACTIHICfl pounce On them -,when they were beard that Senator Uepew seas remarkably tlmfes! tbe size of..a regular live cent. loaf, we are tempted to think-"frlendshlp all be taken as a corroboratlcn of the thoory l'
of of tho oldest and most humane
stealthily crossing tbe street be would clever, but what wretched drivel, and In the making of which an entire a cheat smiles hypocrisy, words de. one
,perch himself on the top of the pro of his that 'was which you were obliged' barrel I of hour will be used, will\ be seen celt. and they who are what Is called captains In tbe police department

fessor's garden wall surrounded and to recite lout nlghtt"-New York Her I Iin Mississippi's exhibit at the. worlds fair knowing In life contract by degrees who would never believe that
Mon Ueld or Moss Point will be Infant abandoned for
k Harry / any was except
ATTENTION half hidden In the foliage.. As the truant ald.\ 'I I creator and has ordered the construction an the result of.tbelr+, experience: a hol the reason that there were already too '
maidservant passed beneath him of an nspoelal bake oven, designed l by low distrust Of\Ieo, and learn to sneer teed.
mouths In the house to
be caught sight of a'cat ha the middle Precocious Discernment.T.lttle himself for the baking! of this giant loaf. at apparently good motives-that democlncftl many
of the road and. making a spring at it. Gertrude-I'm going to be a : which This particular police captain would
MANY DESIRE TO ATTEND TH8 sneer "0 bnve seen
look at the foundling! when the patrolman -
like .Aunt Gertrude.
collided with her and knocked her spinster you Under ..ll. aye pcrbupu''' felt curling tfte' lip attimes.
Av Still It In from his :
brought post grunt
ST. LOUIS WORLD'SFAIR AS Aunt rtrude-Wby do you want to- '
down. She picked herself and _
run Robertson.Mlennderetood..
up .
home be a spinster, dean e? A ship under fall sail Is a truly magnificent and then say: "Get 'It to tile hospital
.. THE QUESTS OF THE screaming almost mad with terror and there Is -'-
IpectllK'le, an exhilaration quick. They can afford to feed It
Little Gertrude-'Cause. Aunt Gertrude
because: as she said the devil bud .
In the wind that .
JOURNAL. a spinster dix>en't have to try to sweeps there. There's too many mouths the ...
her back and ber business
Jumped on thrown i An.attendant !In a London
her decks which be
across cun appreciated frt for
look pretty an' she can comb her hair house where that came ui-Goys
down.-International' Monthly. house approached by a
only by those who have brepthed/ was recently l
any old way.-Brooklyn Life. give 'em. But In this charitable view
Do you want to .tteD From the Immense number of estimates Hv ('0....:*. Appalled.Doctor she Is flying along In such grand style person dressed.\ In somber black, by many of his fellows.-Ainslee's.
r. being received each day to The. Journal's Ton must hove courage? my boy. No -I am slightly In doubt. to you would hear a creaking and groalJoInlC' came quite close* to, the attendant aud "
wntnt, one would naturally'conclude matter what band of circumstances army then raising his eyes from tbo ground, -
with motion A ship Is built
that the answer of .V.I7' Individual whether yours Is a constitutional disease every Why He Liked Hentr.
would, be la the affirmative. All arc n.turally themselves' against you. If your or notPatientFor of perpendicular' frames and- horizon whispered tragically! "Are you prepared Wearily plodding through a pile of
very anxious to go but some are purpose: Is right you will succeed.' LifeIs heaven's sake, doctor tal planking, and as the waves shift to die?" compositions brought from school for
unable. The Journal haa come to their a beautiful things 'Tbe chance to their pressure the ship "works." This I The attendant wasn't, and be caught corrections this teticber suddenly burst
have 1 got to to" the expense of
y rescue. Forty people are going to" the. Pent: la a' great biesSttigs l No matter to tbe go United I States' supreme appealing wears out the calking In the seams the suspicious one by the throat and Into boisterous lutigbter. ,
great exposition as guests ,I -how-banl the situation may seem' keepon Ont. and later on the frames them- balf throttled him. When tbe Invalid is It?" asked
"What bjiu
+ Will you' be one of theforty? court to find out whether It la or not?-
duftitf: right: bravely face the future. eeh'I'I\.tedn to weaken. was recovering It "transpired" that he :
In accordance with Its paat spirit of Richmond Dispatch. who was engaged In a al\iic11100zue.
liberality on Hay ll>tb. The Journal announced set your standard high: work and wait was un amateur missionary Inquiring "Listen. Bald the umu, !
for the first time that 49 free be patient;and'; {thankful, and you will after everybody's spiritual needs. I "and perhaps you will be'itv5'to read
trips to tbe St. Louie World's fair each win. :Y.o.oever. be rich as the I I between the lines. .
consisting of a ant-claea'ticket from Atlanta .
world"oes-uot rich' In rich An Australian Mole
money or I "I asked my class yesterday to writea
to St. Louis and return and ISO forexpenses I
In powerbutyou.may be rich In the The Anstrnl:Jin m0ieburroweobllque- .
would be given to this number brief composltlou on their favorite
of Its stibettrlbera. 10 of"tbeae trips to It. knowledgv-of the truth..that! you havemndPIn.bc.b.rjodr ly In tbe sand going: two or three author. Here Is what one &buy saysr
n' subscribers In Atlanta and Fulton county cbftnnr to'bea : Inches puffer It and never betraying Its Is tny first choice '
'Ilenty among
1s and 20 outside of Fulton county.It 'miiO--Dcn't set.your standard by the 'flfgliiltllM? pll.llu except' by n slight undulation tory writers. I like him very mcch.
to not necessary to pay In ad".nce to, ::ten who have achieved great wealth. of tbe lOlL In digging it uses Its conical !
be entitled to estimate ,In this eontaafc One of his stories lu particular pleasesme.
Each subscriber who has paid In advance That Is nothing compued to the riches ," ..... nose which Is a horny It tells of bow tbe boys l gave their
Is ratlmatee as the that belong who has struggled ._ plate' and the strong mattock shaped "*
entitled to ae many Because it is clean pleasant add reliale. teacher& a coat of tar and feathers! -
length of time subscription is paid In ad r to enlarge and ennoble the circle of > claws of Its fore feet The hind .feet, New York Times. .
Sy vanes'from May JHJi. The first 40 nearest life In which:' h! is cast.-(Schoolmaster. :; which are wider and spade shaped,
correct estimateswill rec.lveth_ Because it arrests he morale in 'wou n ds. throw the' sand back so that no trace
free trips.. It.. therefore Important that i After Tblr Year!
you send' in your. .estimate at once... Be Fir siper.ttliee. Because i it prevents or reduces inflamation. Is't &t of tbe tonne! which It hollows.It Banks-I wouldn't* marry tbe best
sure you have the carrier alp the coupon "Tf a fire docs not burn well," says com'*" to the surface a few yards
, each time you pay hhn,10 or U cants the- 'old household superstition, "and Because it alleviates pain in cuts or burns. farther oO and then buries Itself again, woman In the world.Blnks .
If Yon She married
U the paper delivered by carrier or yon want Jf to draw. you should set the all without-making( any noise -
the paper received by mall, and you : ", me thirteen year ago-SomerrllleMas
send ID your renewal don't forget to send poker across the fop bar of the grate"Tutu Because it does noS soil person: or clothing.. ( *.) JournaL '
In estimates. Is supposed to placate the gnomes A Witty Retort.
Tha'.contrat closes at midnight April 1, whom It was formerly believed were Because it is absolutely harmless. Having once !Idlt< a case In New
(Treat P...*.e. .( III...
1904. and the' ..... will open May 1st very Jealous of tbe robbery of their underground York. Counselor NolAO: sadly remarkedMy ,
While the estimates received last maybe country of Its coal treasures w13A.T I J IT? poor client IB HttJe likely to got She! (after be- boa proposed. In an '
the successful .... II Is better to send until the Judgment (iiOdf -Ob. this Is 110 "SJ'C
and were very apt to take their vengeance Justice don here *
> and keep sending .
eatl>*atee at 'Jiee. I
lie-What did you say .
a. th* flrst '40 Vwares correct estimates out In preventing the fire from day/ t .
win receive the tripe It costs absolutely turning. It was' the mystic form of :,"' J I3r.; Tichenor's Antiseptic! "Well, counselor said the court. "It She-Ob. this la so sudden!-Detroit

nothing, to .eater the contest. Estimates the cress thus-made wUcbr was sup. 1 have an opportunity {'" plead for I free Press ,
cannot be boucbt for any price and as no ...... that day.
:. the
to drive thmaway. Nevertheless .. poor woman myself of
posed I
E on.Win know the number of Ldmlsstona -. Nolan" "will The largest coral reef (n the world .U ,
to the St., Ixrule jWorld's fair until after !It would'to use the shovel I' "Your_ bonol'. replied Barrier reef, which \.
I the Australian
ti. opening .ayvetr one baa an. oquaj In this charm or the .re would be sure ,. have troubles of your o'er upon that ,
.... I 1.100 miles In I length. .
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THE BANNER THlfi* T' !''f OUTLOOK. ISIJR of PINKS iJBmr WITH VDUA. V 11ECEllrre AND BXPICN.ITI1UB8. . .. : oxx j .''.. ,;

The great rise in the price of By a treaty sgne4 last week The total receipts: the United ',oj I

rPBLISHED EVERY TBTTB8PAT.IN cotton for present and future delivery -! the United: States settled the States Government last year & [ trli". ,,
-V We WistiXo ;;
makes it certain that the question of ownership of the Isle amounted to $558,887,526. This e
acalPTIOl $1 rat ANitokl UVAIUBt.ynCADV4CC.
growing crop will bring good of Pines by turning that island amount was exceeded: during '
*. infOUl1Ce .
prices, even if there should 1 be a over to Cuba: -..' <. each of tbe three preceding ,
KKTEREU .\'* Tat P<., 'T nrriCK AT CHIP ,: 'J .
It will be remembered that imiKtsingtheconditionsunder the receipts being have sold
decline from the: present high& years, highest : That we more ,
LIT M.A M itKCnRD CLAtla IIAI''U'I"1'It&
figures. which ($587,685.338. during the year

-,.All reports show that the-crop the,Cubans were given complete ending with June 1901. Thede- Star

..:, W.' W. ONES, Bailor.- -- is late, but in most sections: cul- control of their island ,the own- crease as, compared with that ,; ,,.'Brand: ; ,l ;

,,VERTlhIHO: BATS: OChlplcy ArfUOATI' 1'o tivation has been proceeding rapidly ership of the Isle of Pines was year is found entirely in internal Shoes _,

.. and there aregenerat1ygood left for future, decision. Of revenue collections, which .
: F' July Slfc, 1903.Norman I tit" twelve months than ever .;. 't
-. ', --_ .. ... -. --. stands, and the backwardnesscan course this was equivalent to were-greater by $77,065,392 then In (flirt .r"V,
!WIt. jefore, aid can succeed unless he made with usual sea- leaving to the decision of the than now. '
up ted eatlefaetlon. Why' Reroute they are the beef wade. Bee. ?
has. faith in his own ability. sons from now on. stronger Power. If the United During the year just closed

(f" i i >.. i .. The incentive of high prices States! had retained possessionof receipts from customs were Not OnIY':This. .r

It goes without saving that a will cause unusual care 'to be taken this island no one would have greater than ever before in the t+ 4

few Florida-crackers got "load by cotton growers in the cul had a right to complain. nation's history amounting Put our trade in Fine Clothingtadi"t? Fine Dress Coos .. tr

'ed"ooltbe, ,'" glorious. .fourth. -,- tivation., picking and marketingof The relinquishment of allclilm; 283891719. The highest previous Gents Furnishings' ,ffats,Dry Gw< i*i/o.has Iten> Hit Jar- '. :

;j, It's pretty a hard for some, people the crop, and the cotton,states to it then is an .act of. which: record was made duringthe pest in the history of 07U i'1t81f't; : :don't l:1l0llJiQJ4 to:' -' .
Americans have right to fee!, next "preceding and
will almost certainly receive more a year, '
1 to distinguish between whatthey'think account for this, except that tJil-people appreciate1 tl
It act of amounted to Tbe
$254,444,709. .
for this year's cotton than proud. was an gene'osity I I '' ') ,
'4 know they know think.There and what ever money before. towards a weaker nation I surplus for the year just closed foods al lowest prices. V ,. ',.::'.",' .,'. .., .. '.?-', 4.' ,

they they such is i by means commonin the'smallest in four years V ,
"t ,_ a*.._-a i fc-n The world now needs.fromll-. as no was Groceries -
,are many reasons for 000,000 to 12,000,000 bales of the dealings of nations with The surplus for the last four : : a
belie g.tbat'"torn the ,rascals American cotton,'and the quan- each other. It ought to be takeq .years aggregate 301243356. TMsis suotheroneof onr.IODR snlt We keep constantly on band I
\ out",will be the winning: slogan tity needed is growing; larger by the natioua-of Latin- America The-six years preceding the last a lull Hue of grocers,each as M..&.Meal,-;yiour, Lard, c noed noods .

the in 1904. that their four years of deficits, which of rarloos kind.; also feed stbff-<*-eoro, oats, bran. Shorts, cotton seed I
for democrats by so "King 'Cotton"is as a guarantee power. ,
; year year tneal..balls,etc. Weolsosell farming implements, and blub grade
,.- ..-. .. a more firmly seated on his fuJ northern neighbor has. no de- combined amounted to$274,809- fertilizers at lowest prices. ,
rThe :
world Is full of men with throne than ever, and, surrounded signs on their'territory, but in 888., Bring your chickens,CITRS, and all other produce to .... we will .

e no other possession than experience by his followers, corn grass, all things is ready tq deal justlyand The expenditures for the year Klv ,you the highest market. grlce for It.T. .

,,who would be glad to 'sell cattle hogs fruit vegetablesand even liberally with them. just closed amounted to $506-

it for Jess.' than.. they. paid for it, poultry, he can proclaim pros- If-the United States voluntarily 176,590, the largest ever knownin .- L. WELLS &. $RO. ; -

perity to all the fortunate dwellers relinquishes territory which time of entire peace. They
in the world is
Everybody'else I .. . .
expected to .be responsible, for, in his broad domain.A its people bad made large mv;st- were greater by nearly $100,000000 ,-' -

ments and which it might have, during the year' of the war .
1 his own business, but the farmer .
i- South Dakota:: editor has a kept without criticism, it is not with Spain and'greater by about r
., bis to providence. )
always puts up A. K. HAWKS : WE DOBILL -
: : subscriber who pays up a year at all reasonalble to fear that it $3,000,000 in 1901-01, when disturbances ,,

V Vf : .. in advance every time he g ts bas any disposition to take territory in China and the Philippines The Famous Atlanta Optician JE

w"RKISO1OHT: AND DAY. drunk. He is now paid up to to which it_bas no, claim.- added to the cost of the LETTER

Tbe te\erwm busiest. and made tnixhtleat is, Or. King's little thlnifb Mew 1941. Other editors are beg 'l'i mes-U nion.. government.The BEADS R HEADS,

: Llfo Fill.. These pilU change -weakness ging the South Dakota man to' -, repeal of a number of tax' NOTE: ENVELOPES: IIIEAt1S
Into strength. HatleBsness Into energy: BKUTALLr TORTURED.A .
'' brain,fag Into mental power. They're won.derllln name the brand of the liquor that I es imposed for the ,war with h 'I' BUsINESS "
the health Only 2u8 to light that: for persistent ,
bunding up ease oatne
per box,. Sold Uy S. K. McOeachy A Bro. subscriber use Like Lincoln nnil unmerciful torture baa perhaps never Spain was the.cause of the reduction STATEMETtTS ; C aDs'
V been equaled. Joe UoloMtk, of Colust; The ; N I
w. they :wish it to supercede all, other in the revenues, ,
endured Insuflerable
Cal., writes t "For 15 Jeare 1 ET
Mr. Roosevelt is attempting brands. pain from Hheuiuiiliainnnd receipts for the year beginning CIRCV1.AR1r3 rA, >drnI: ; S .
task ot'c1eaniog nothing relieved roe. tbouub 1 tried everrtuiug RECEIVED T' COMMISSARY
-r' the impossible known. 1 CAwe noroes Electric Bitten July 1 will be larger than for MILL '

: out the public corn-crib without Farmers should rememberthat and ft'a tbe greatest meilleii.e on earth that ending the day before 'and GOLD EDA.L CHECKS : CIIECICS i :

,. disturbing the old rats and their it does not cost anything to lor. that relieved trouble.and A few rotted hotles_vnA.__on"nf Just It comtilatAlv Aft ii _uu_ f art b er _vuaiiK1 1.__ _? :13... mae.. :111. I.I ror;; smperiur HigheM i V ni!.ward 4xniKiinauMi. Diploma uxpaiencr of Honor..:...'in tnoMannfBct RECEIPTS I DRATSWEDDINO :
the stock. True rood tor Liver and Kldn f trouble and I .rer4Si cti= im and ryeGla antecedents. improve something -
neneral debility. Only COo. batlvfaotlon: taxation they will steadily! grow. ia,0ftI'&OIMI) t : must be spent to secure a guaranteed b; H. E :JUGeaoby & Bro. A further reduction of the reve- ESTABLISHED inn. IN'I
You have heard 'people 'say _. These Famous Glasses For Sale ItV INVITATIONS. I' -CARDa'
pure-bred animal but for everv i I
they did not want their name ;in dollar of expenditure tb'ere'are Enemies of civil service reformare nue will soon become again .nec- Brooks. Godwin, Vernon,Florida, I

pointing to the fact that al' essary. If the republicans are '
Tested Free.
to .
the paper; but if you want. three gained. Hence it is extravagant Eyesight TO ORDERXhrieoaTVeek -
will ..
probably ,
their vanity give them a most every: man in the Postoffice power, they CAUTION: 8awkes'glasseitare never -
gratify not to improve. It is peddled. Be sure that ""Hawke Is.
did when the
has been found make it, as they '
Department who the frame.
personal mention. stamoed on '
; : to make the farm Edition .
pay bill enacted by
McKinley ,
guilty of wrongdoing held his I z t -
unless the most advanced methods E; ; "
of taxation. If the :.
I the increase
Having discovered a bug that under the civil service YORK '
place reg
: !
are resorted to in order to democrats should obtain control, J D' NFW .
lives on the boll worm, Texas ulations. The hypocrites fail to the decrease in the revenues -AM THK!: .

should now tern its undivided at- accomplish the objects:>> sought. say however, thai'not one of would also mean diminished burdens AITOKNEV ATLAWC111PLET Chi ploy! Banner .

tention to the speculators who them came into the .service of taxation. ,. FLA. _roil...
E is one of the most important"
live on the cotton planters. through the civil service examinations $ i.t5. PER YEARTwieeaw .
letters in the
.. .. English language ,
CA BMIt'HAEL.Attorney
has citizen ninety
Georgia a A.D.. .
but were appointed be- -
It is peculiar'that so many re- because it is never in cash, always fore the, civil service regulations years old who never cast a. vote at Law. ne .....k'World...,now .ke....
rublicans get frightened whenever in debt and never out of toe Tllrlee-.e1l World belnr leaned every
' were put in force and as a resultof or ran for office. We have no tB.Co leetlona a 8p :Monday! W e"laeaday and rrlday."Y
V' they,are mentioned as vicepresidential -.. danger. Yet the aforesaid let i influence. age-limit down here, and no ,true ; -FlaBUELb TIle 100&'".HlMral offer ever made. .. the.
ter is in but in political p bllC'o' T1.Tbrlee-e-weeb" We.rldI.largertbai F
possibilities. Do never war always .. .
j.i"t ------0 Floridian ever turns a deaf ear any: weekly or eeml 'woekl) aew.paper ,
... they all.expect a democraticland-. peace; it is.the beginning of existence The project of blasting a pieceof to "the spontaneous voice of public .......*y .s GOOK Law. eight pnbliebed.fnralekleg eolnntaa wide .".rT: eifhteea week and pa..a.the

t slide?, I the commencement of and it Times-Union. s. ;Fr.OR.JD.A.Ollke. : ;htpl.-f IAn>KK Inn One Dollar and glxty.::
rock taking opinion. '
Plymouth lire eenta a year. Tile World nbtaes. all 7
ySenator and the end of trouble. e?
ap '
N ease the country as a relic to' --- ..1v. _- Ireahneaa .." enapaia of.dally wltb
Hanna may have the Without it there: would be no oyer NIGHT wA* IIEB TERROR Caietnl athotlon given alt ratter mtnwttdCuU0ctkm tb. ImtructlT and si'eeial -features of a,
promote patriotism! is being diS- 10.._ akidc.Aauit weekly.
chairmanship of the republican *'1 would eoufrU n .irly all nlibt long. : ., ...... ?
breadno water, no meat, no life, lor raamudbu lima .... 6ntt4 in- Address for."further *
national committee but Mr.TomJ cussed by some otoir northern writes Mra. Chas .\I>,.leg...., of Alexandra .........,.-......... TbeCllirLK.T ANHXH! ,
no gospel, no father, no mother, Ind., "and. otiuKl bardlr: get any: sleep: Ublyley. ria. ,
him exchanges. Plvmouth'rock may 1 bad consumption to.,1< bat If I walked ,
'.hnson to give a
promises no heaven, no hell. a block 1 would coiittb frightfully and spit d D FORRESTER V '
imbeded in the coast
lively tussle for a chair in the have been blood. bat when a)other medicines felted, TiHEJOKES .
of Massachusetts a long time three 91 bottles of l IIr King's New UUcov. JusticeoftnePtace.Land '
United States Senate. a err wholly cured me and gained M pounds.It's conveyance and all HOTELPEDh"ON
.. With an of high prices but no white man had ever seen absolute' guaranteed to cure Couglw': Courts,aekDowledstt-1
ropnts a specialty.
If. some of our accountants comes a check to consumption. it until years after Florida, New C'nida I throat, and La lung(It/Ippe.trouble Bronchitis. Prlc-e and fiOo. aDd all ter third Monday In each month. tf.IVIarlanna .I' FLORl&AIVf '

could the profjts} and Consumption has been, increasing Mexico Virginia and New York (1. Trial bottles free at 8. F..MeOeauby &; I
Bra rn. Jt JED.. Brock Prop. }
los es stand as- readily as they steadily under low prices. had been occupied by the Caucasian "'W'". I-I. :MI/r9: ,: :, with ;

can tell how the baseball teams' New uses are found for cotton race. Plymouth rock rep- Plorid best Table the supplied market affords.very

stand, there would be less busi- when cotton is cheap. When resents nothing but the settle- Inaurance.bouvht f In tho very beet. eompalies. The'general travelillC'public
Just ReceivedBuild Real estate and sold bmiol term
ness'for.the bankruptcy,courts.. cottod is high men do' without ment of Massachusetts and a offered tonetller*.' If yon want Insurance given especial attention

.r and new fields are opened to its breed of fancy-priced chickens." placed,or want to buy or sell' mleelate '. :t; :J :J I t '
e SHOWN..V : of ,call on or write,
"Nu ear
culture. Yet, with all these allowances USmes-Union. a W. H. MILTON; r13itVc 1 p 'r'lny.-
:._!'jKor year fate was niter me con t Inn Marlanna Fla" ,
____ _
.- .. enly"wrltr" .A. Gnlledoe. Verbena and with all these drawbacks Rex Buggle> I m 1 1I

Ala. "! hnd .a terrible When all ease' tailed of files Bnnklen'onus'ingr4tumore. the southern farmer has have old trees that have and shay: must be sold Comeget '' : -

Ainiva ftnlvi eared me Equally root for I a cheerful outlook. Let us hope failed to give profitable crops of l TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES
Burn.and alt uches and pnlns. Only Heat you uue.t .
.s. E'. aioCleaehy & Hro. drug store.' l he is now to receive at least a fruit, dig tbe soil up thoroughly r .,

partial compensation for the long and then apply a :good dressingof Il ,,, 11 COMPLETE TAYLOR
"My dear heroic army" is the I ,

,way in, which King Peter, of Ser- years of distress imposed by 4 well-rotted stable manure and ,when yon can rldo In a Rood ; GINNING J 4, SAW KILLS' ,
cent cotton, work.thoroughly' into the soiL !
the that 'bujrey. We sell them on
via, addresses troops M '
Then, If you have them, apply a *
had the courage to advance, arm- terms to suit the purchaser, OUTFITS f NewlyEquipped ;
'' Instructions from Attorney dressing of wood ashes. If these .
ed with swords, rifles and pistols V '
V '; unarmed. and General Knox at Washington i fail! to revive the'tree after givinga .' Lav asidehatoldrattllsgbirokMdowa._ ,
man wo- UDUCIWetiwl
'V onan
-.... have been received by United good pruning jt:is' pastrcdetionT : '
and murder them. I States District ,Attorney Stripling and should CJ eo 'way .tosomething 1: KILLS Machine' -

r There is no excuse for the at Jacksonville! so says a bet f, Good 'rich wagon end get you a new i "

I press.dispatch, ,to immediately soilforthre7foiar' .years, can- you tv.i 1 I It MILL Stops and!, ; f
preacher who advocated lynchin ,one. We tau sell), It to '

his sermon .at Wilmington; takesteps filing a bill :of cotnplaint'under'tbe be ,pr .,.ibly' planted 'to SomeOfwhi1e'the at a very low prlce\. : 2 I II 1 SUPPLIES Few dry

.V but there is no denying that the Sherman anti trees in' the orch"ard 3 3II I Wawa txlw le..w,1W. Pndlw/ra#.dr,.s _Jtr..w,a"';.;1.--.1 ,.. "
"Jaw's.delays are responsible for 1 I trust law to dissolve' aft the. pr are growing.- but after that l 'I Wa 101. a** Ml*Y-Ltaei1 IS A.u...

'most of the lynchings and semi 'ent existing: trusts doing usi. the best plan is either: to seed oe8s..addle.. MALLARY BROS., MACHINERY CO. :

Jar out .ness in''the Southern District of down to clover,.and use'a*a bog f yon wijnt! ba ,
rages.: '
... ,
____ ;
:Florida. This ,nclt .,es 'the pasture, or to cultivate without j>\\ow' or,J..Iowtt"aryou can'i: t.IV. VVp -- ><

"Secretary Woody has discoveed -'' Wholesale Grocers :Trust headquarters allowing any crop to grow.-Ex. do better, : than to get It from V j) MOPPrn ppro1spAlil.tell f1.r.-( .'. t, .''f

/: that it adds t 0 tons to the at .Jack/onvUe; and :'
.to Beeslltrou.f .,'
j .
weight ofa.battteship to make I' Tampa iri which/ ConSolIla. do arytbingthat' j .. Yu .,
: ,_ ; the Energy will OiIMta"b
it a flag] ship. Every, battleship, ted Grocery ,Co( the Consolidated cart be done'in this'world; and no Our: store' "I jq w..

..carries' a weight of 350 tons made! Naval Stores? Co., and the talents ,"no".Opportunities i: .;', headquarters-for all these ol11/. flu fltaCMId it Kk udTEETHING Shatgthor... ri
f up of luxuries and the extra lux Wholesale GrL ens, Association; 'wilt make a "tw -f g : :: ,artlciea. V i S : CmblS. hty-.Z .ollllls a i.. EASY
VV aaa 19 ta *.'CJU MOrrKTT ... IX. ST. M3UIS. MO.
uries provided. for the admiral of Tampa ar / interested, and the ged animal a man without iUsTj; Tw I !i a 0.._..-.p- wr My__ ..ea.was= L r TRTRLZA: tetcaalw
r" :.;. weijfl i 150 tons more/Mr. Moody i Jacksonville t : ""Co. ** .' I ."'.,,_ 1
,': : r. ; e &Ffeb ." theBrokers' <.: J : EYER1TT. k HOHRE I. ___..Mtoej ....ho.-y----_ .... a
-m ....... ,aaaw.a wwipetard a. sue WaM
'y.; will try and scale down: this un-.| Ass .;iation and the h e. Adversity is given; to some men \ M.__..-::=toi:erne..r. lMaa,..W ocQ t .te.tMSS kwtar an".wq sad ti
: l : ."- .. ..,,tww.m,._.....' ----P vra e 1a.Yvl.Wawt
"accessary.burdeifi tail '
\\r.; .. ( Grocers.sodatloD.., to test their honesty. '". .I .tw8t.. wra..r..t
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T.0..iaCTO..- Post Office Directory..

Livery, Peed Sale Office) hours 7 a.m. to :30 |>. m.; except. II aS

...*. i
? STABJ..E.'OHI F.tIouncl. nil close at, 1A:30 a.m 9 ,
: We t-tJound mall closes at. L t p.m.
_- Mail from Verntonarrives at 10 am..'
.lBY, FLf\ and leave'* at 13 &).,daily. except ,
t Mall from range Hilt.Usyhead. Und.Y.1: .
Andrews,arrive at 6 p.m..and ;S.

Good Teams aad!! Drivers Can De, dally, except Sunday.
Sunday hours: 8a.m. to M) ...m., 11 s.w. ,.
? i Had At Any Time. W 13 MB., and from 4 p.m. W7:31)p.m. I IUotray ,' ) "
ali hours when '
Orderr Usm-d at
J Prwwionerm Otnto _as* epee.atty.t office I* open, except Sundays.J. .
S.ALLEY, P. )(. .


!"'sa; and Serat-"' \ kly Atlanta i

f n DeIIrd1TDI. : : S7 T OItLf1.4: .N'8I. Journal, per year. tUfiO'
:. Mo. ... No. No. I. No. ISU UAMMER: and Thrice a-week New York
.w u :' .'a 11:05 p sn Lv..Ptooaeola..Ar. S:0it .a m 4:00 P m World, per year. 1.65. .,
X:2t::! p in .1:02am. ......Flnm4LOa....Lr 3:34am ?:30 pm LtAHXicnantl eml-weekl.: Tlmes-ITn- : ;- dn' -
.::as p m ZU a a _" Jtobil. ...... !!::*!t n't lU P'" on and Citizen per year ...6O. ,..,
B:Y3 p m 73a p m .. .New Orleans.... a:
:ZTOOB.TH.: ; : $t2.
I 1 No.*. :Xo.4. No. I. No.ftOUam. "
11OS P tit 11:35 pi3Xtui Lv..Pen &..eola..A.tew.t p m << :
6Uam Ar-.Jl ..t4;_. ..Lv luuamtiXtam 9:33pm' DIPLOMATIC. .
.. ..... .... : 4Q5 Cures .
II-M amSiJuaa ":I3 | i Birmingham. p m wVal' do> this reference! meant
"Vaoa, < \1
8IDa.m .. *...Loul vllIv......L,. "' :tipm :..1ID. *
7:30 am 11:9: ai .....CiaelaaaU ..... 9:00 pm 11:IS pm What reference, my bojT
'r 3O sm _l3 pi ......""+t. Loot. ...... 4U p.m 8:51pM I Why, here In this paper It says something -

Neneaerrla .. Itever.rtuaeUon. 'INo. about. the gray mare being the better "

.SL I No.. S. I .....,.of Station I No n. liorsn.1* All and
? Pally I I Dally 1 (No top where U not ahown) P DallyI Dally_ I !?It means-urn- r, ahem William t Kidney

u 11 3$ n'i 700 s m'Lv. PensMota Ar. 10 pm 6 Ktpm never studied. those matter much In my
11 U 711 BohemiaYalestra 19 tlW .00"' youth. rh..p'OG. would better '..It .
itao 7 M f n" 601 .
a n1". 718 u Eecambta 1031 "' 57 .. your mother. I
) 845aW before William could Bladder Diseases
I1U- 793. alas IIU" However, propound
113l'w 7M: Harp.Oalt ion" 340iI XI .f/I'
.. .' the question anew, r. Henry ;
735 101.
.. to business atthe
'- "' Peek was ettendlne font .
Ii SIt' 73' \111I011' 1010] 310 ,- .. ___ _
*(a.. .. Good Range 4 fa. 4435 corner store.TUB '
:1 SStso.,.. II! 00 Uolia. ,.SS' '- ..
,.. ....
JO y. lUlU.... 990 4U VARNISH PLANT
I' 333: *S98S4, Cveatvlaw It 13" 100" ,
4'- 300 U .. Deer sad 55" 334 .* growing to the woods
..' .. There l I. a plant
e,., an 40 .... X933 910 .;- .D.Irsalsktprfngs dairy Uead: .840 819 "3M 43" of Florida whleh Is ranch used especiallyby Foleys Kidney Cure will positively cure case of .
.. .
R 418 ". .. <4 Arsrrle. 744 '.. 2111.' the country people an a. remedy for b any
4 to. 9 S7lots .0 Pone del Ao. 799 t 13 and. brul
light wounds ouch a*cute ea.
500"5(H -'' 1010'" WestvllleCaryvllhi 717 7rt :i 1 IM ft '" The stem yields when cut an abundance. Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the

s as ... 1090 .. ItonlfayCklpley 4 SS i 1 n of llraiild joie*. which when applied to a
4)( lit r 6 n I lotn'avHSU wound causes It to heal rapidly. The I
.. .. reach of medicine. medicine
No do
CnttoodateMart ,
b; 4I.It 1107 .. 618 Juice I* supposed to have Inherent curative -; can more.
Lt15 800"' IS "
Too anna 14
730 *- 1143 .. CypressGrand 538sai .. 11414mtin properties' but one valuable. purpose
7W' 1153' '" Ridge 1111 :-. that It undoubtedly nerve* hs tbrt excluding -
'ti' .. ..
'75S 11 OS 8Dea4. lorn ot air from the wound, thereby. hastening If
B n. 1> IS a'nAr. River Junction LY 5 1.0 tUlA: a mtr'1' the healing. This Is doubtless the you notice any irregularities commence takingFoleys

I 'TAKE YOUttC3OONTV PAPER., reason has been why given the to name the plant""varnish In some plant".localities. Kidney Cure at 'once and avoid a fatal malady.A .

The remedy' Is best applied. In ." .,
Do the eltvpapprf say anything. In regard -
the woods from a freshly cut. stem..
to your (reality? Do they 'contain
notion*of "1Ir' school churchca. improvements The plant belongs to the) eupborblacae

and bnudmda of local matters or spurge family and genus croton, and A __II ant Owed; Altar HnIIo, filvasi Up ...... A Veteran the Civil War Cnrasl After TM TaaraefSuffarlag.

of general Interest which your home I... sped fa name Is croton a.rayraotho-' Foley a Co., Chicago. .

paper' publish? Not an Item Ito they moa: Gentlemen was afflicted with Kidney and R. A. Cray, J.P., of OakviOe, Ind., write*:- I
say a word calculated to draw attention. The croton family Includes about BOO Bladder trouble for six years and bad tried numerous .'Most of the time for ten years I was coulned my .

to your town and
twrprlM1?. Not..Unn.AacI. yet ,an ex1ehanen (' climates. Man--ot them pos Important hope of ever being cured when FOLEY'S KIDNEY severe I could not move part of the time. I consulted

truthfully remarks. there are 1;i 1 medical' propertied bv the of most them rat be- CURe waa recommended to me. After using one the best medical skill available, hot got no relief untilFOLEY'S
men who take contracted views. of thismattnr. uabln product yielded any bottle I could feel the effect of it, and after taking CURE
whn think unless they arc Ket-l I 'Inc eroton oil?extract from the swxiaof six flttyo< R."Tbe I am grateful to be able to that it entirely cured me.
tillum. T. Spa say
croton ,
ting. many sqoare Inches -of reading Bladder trouble and hare not felt so well for the past

matter. In their home papers aa &he..... do tula. I I twenty' years and I ,,owe it to FOLEY'S KIDNEY Refuse Substitutes I

la the city paper, they; are not getting. 8TIBENENTS i I CURE. James Smith, Bentons Ferry V. Va.

the worth of their m'n y. It reminds n* IlK ANSWERED i I

of the man who took the I largest boots. In ,i A man who answered advertisements .

r .. Mrs. Fred Uink>tK.. the box: because the price was the same I, In cheap -"story papers" ham. had some la- Two Sizes.) SO Gents and $1.00 ;

'..... -.. .. C"IIoIoo .. ..... as the pair that fitted. him. Take a: elty terenllug experience says an exchange.He I .
-.r.. __' paper If you want one. but don't let l It learned that by sending to.. Yankee .. _
''AHerpy fiat bate.*.. bora I oU wrt crowd the local of home.
4ha paper out your he could get. a.cure for drunkenness SOLD ANB RECOMMENDED BY "
.ran b' qIIIa my*tngth! althaujk
-Port Galnes Sentinel. Sure enough he did. It was to "take a.
ha ea.rlddoctor
yes DM M tack 6..1C. MeG g"'UY BttO Chlpley: 10,., If UK''(K Vernon.' Fla. .r
;;; very tMai 'el...waga.u.r I pledge and keep V?. Later on he sent

I vwweake every dry My hsa- BOTANIC BUOODT BALM FOB.. TUB SO*cent stamps to And out how to raise. -
baad .inSttd. Out I take We c6 Car** BUKXJU turnips successfully. He found out- named Major. that was the 'pet of the We promptly. obtain U. & and 5'orelgum

f or.week and are.*at K weald ... frIM. "Just take hold of the tops and all." company. After. meal the soldier would Do"You
I di4 tab the dkinaal war 4r, ala Mond poison. e.nee.tine -.-. : Being young.; he wished to marry, and m
te Dad my tlrcagth a4.heatthJowly iietblng Ilk"". Dlaple, bolts, bone |..I..., sent 34: 1 cent stamps to a Chicago arm the dishes, and Major would lick ## ilNllaonil t
rct8n a... la two wale I was sat swellings. rheamatwm, eacllrrta" or any for Information as to how to Im- the platter clean .4
.f hM red. I.e BMaoi I sea ark b tike ,blood ell'akin .1_ we advise you to And It wax this rerroit of the days of *
..... I tmOaai.aiUc !!' preflslon. When the answer came It read,
up my aid am vary take Botaato Blood 1b.1- (B R. B.) .e. 61 that walken Into Ware's of ice In the Take u>oaoi,skdtalk or tohofeaculfef z>tlon torfraereirart
in Its praba j rweUllv. rcnometendod for old, obstinate. "sit down la a pan of dough.; It was a aa ratentttMllty. For free book
deny.-ecHted cases, 'cure where all else little: rough but he was a. patient man stiff, precise garb of the ltrlgdler-<3enialortueraKulars. atir'RADE-MARKS' ws
.WineotCejrdnitelaianestlveorjraDSof fail, heal eteri. sore, makt the I blood <> Ware did not re-
generation for tie codas of pny- pure and rich, gives the skin the rich slowofkeoltb. aid thought he would yet succeed. Next member him at first, but suddenly was THE BANNER ?
Haney and dukLbirth. It prevents mro I 14 per ixrge advertisement! be answered. read, "howto struck by om..tkin. familiar about .the
eamafxa. NowomanwbQ takes Wine Homnle. seat obywrit : Blood double your money la six months.'* Hew fellow and, although, ha could not retn'mtwr .

f of C'atdoi need fear the earning d ben Co. Atlanta H*. Ueeeribe rouble and told to convert his money Int*<< bills, -The Iowa bill name Uoglswir.Good did. remember the dog. II not
free BM-dleal dyke sent la sealed letter.
child. U 'Mrs Unntth tad taken .at fold them and he .would. me .his. money .
i Wine of Canlnl before her baby came Medlgoeseat 'ogee, prepaid. doubled. Next: he sent. fur twelveuseful. Opposite) U. S. Patent Office '

she would not;have been,weakened as --- I household articles and he got a package. Health Why not? WASHINGTON 0. C.
she was. Her rapid, meovery" sbculdoosmmd WHAT ADVERTISERS SAY:
this gnat remedy to every of needne He was. slow to learn, so he 4'J .
expectant archer Vine cf Carfairegnlatn Here I la what some of our most sueeess- ..entti to find out how to get rick" We. will send THIC BANNER! post nak. ISO YEARS b
I tb menatraal Bow. ful men think of advertising. : "\York: like the devil and never spend a. and to. any add res., for 91 yer year; Oo, for eta EXPERIENCE '
i para are Inseparable. If month; S5o,for throe. months
I would as soon think of doing[ business cent". And that. stooped him but his Tour blood .to bad your health must ant F
tl without clerks as without advertis. brother wrote to And out how to write a ter. Poor blood allows the body to lose I

jNE 1 orCARD91 in. -John Wanamaker.. letter without pea or Ink. He was told vitality just as a. poor fire under the OrWe 1
? I to use! a lead pencil' U4'J' paid $1 to learn boiler allows the steam to run down. will end TUB, BaN>ca and the
Nothing: except: the mist, can make how to lire without work, and was told From poor blood to impure blood Is bata New Yrok Ttaro
Cure money without. advertl. lnV.-Gladstone on a. postal to "Fish for suckers .a.* we step and impure blood is mother to a. ..
Foley's Kidney largo percentage of human ills.. Dr.Harter : TRAOC MAass
I I Wh n you pay more for the rent of do. DcaronsCopwatalrrs
manta tlda'tva'aad Btmdder right.PAHMCR a Iron Tonic Is an antidote for OrWe .,.
your business house than for advertising I CATASEHCANNOTBI4. UDBEO: both poor and Impure-blood, for It fa mudl.g a.;........nd d"u.nn say
your bnslnesft', you are pursuing a false both a. builder and purifier-sx food will send Tan BAHNBK and the .Iotrlp r.mrh uf our .ptnkn, tree whether AD'"
polity. If you can do business, let 'It be with( Local Application, a* they cannot and a medicine. It Is the best combi- Atlanta. Weekly Journal,one year. .,fOr,1.110 ,............ ..probebry.tshni' mmunk..
B I I knowu..raakUL: -, reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a nation of the kind known to medical .UmuoK.-JpooolldeoUa&.lUIflD.nI r..... 01<1_ for.ncur rag on yetent., I'.tesw.
I, biooit or eoastltutional disease and lu or. science and Its success for nearly half .Or wt wRlererwaio: (.0.; .
'} Frequent and ''constant advertising der to.cure It you must take Internal rense* I a. lb
I I a century has led to it* endorsement by I,
dlea. Hall's Catarrh Cure is take later
1 : all I -A.T. gtewsrt.' Semitic JJmericnn.A
,brought me own. .
nallv, and< act*directly on tae blood and thousands of medical men who have Ilyouwiat all three IIpel'STII. : .
the Klna i mueuou surt. t>.. Wall's Catarrh. Cure' I* been unable to find a substitute. 0"lf1l.. The New York World.. The At- liiiidKmmlr ntmrtt -<>4 _kr.rvlaUon iirmt. air.t .
I II nut a quack' medlelae. It was presertttedrtyooeof Uric J"ur..I-W. will make the extremely of .nr.nt tttjl that Leads I INABILITY NO ExCVdlwIf / I the nest payslslaa this count low price! of only I3i for the three pa- Rxmtb*Sk. SolO bray nsw.dmIms. ;.

w.e= icy for year and Is a regular: (lTell ;lptioft. pers.Today- MUNN & CO.gltr' New York. ..
4. the sinner perish It Is his own fault. It la of tae best tomes known .. ..... :
19s uses A..alMryprle. composed Dr. H.arter'sIron I I. the acceptable lime subscribe" nsFROM 0- *F 8U W a .
.sasera I will explain myself.! You are a master; combined with tile best .blood pursers,
you write a' letter, and, handing U to aetleg directly on the mu uous surruoes.
The perfect eomH a him
yonrservsaiyoudirect to take. )t .. what produces tuck wonderful result ; 1 'GIRLHOOD :

to a person on the other aide of the river la euriag Catarrh Sand for testimonial Tonic Chi le3'. Flcs.Foley's .
and qrlng you back. an. answer. fre*. '
' 'After while he returns; and yon' ask y'. 1..Cheney Co. Prop*., Toledo, U..
Mid by druggist I'rlell111 .
him*"did yea take!: the letter over the Haifa Family till are the best. Honey mad Tar directed. your .." wm bm.m you sautes doe mnrevfl residua NooDlate9oA .
tmm lnp so blood. Berof! .nl.. pimplae, b--,
s 8 A LV'CAt "No: sir., RBME: BEaRD TUB DOQ. kt.daq.-s.n.. rtauawllssaTsMif,Unpep... e . weaksem.
anoints a arm.are a
the malt Eaton s.......tIIIoe........ "And why '' I fewef then] bat I neamkerU.. UM '''''
F "Jlasur..1 could note" Pension Commissioner Ware was sitting danger is the BeBeraf weak aria. of the:= ms

"And why could you not"" In his omen at Washington one day =.f: .aOocda aa opeaiac'rcw.rot1owtll..Gft1CIf everyteellxnnUls ICAahoyt '

The ...... ......... "Why. muter, I went to the river" It when a BrlgadlerJenera| of the regular 'tee TO WOMANHOOD

,ti*'funeral or a lawyer' of stabsrvputadoa was deep and. rapid and therewas army,. was ushered la.This ve bar reoetredi tbs tb endm at Is the time when a.mother should be her Ddaatht.I
% who flied and practiced Jai Mr Ware he asked *beet friend. fitart cirl ruhl
j bridge, and I could not swim so I did not Detroit. Mien..Jan. la. isat. roads.
i 1 ; a town not far from P nad lpbU and go M<<." '... that Maine," replied Ware. "Whatcan *reammseedUsing |>r. Hnrr'* Icon ttoolewfcea and aba will be happy./ ..

'wbo was \known antonff bis Mends 'Did yon eall for. tbe f rrrmnMiNoslr. I do for fOUr I. tiro. pnxitrmta After mnOit from three a severe botun Mtaek nU:of traces___ot G F. P censnrs

thereabout n*, an unbeliever an emk ." "I don't suppose. rOil remember me, do tbla dtaee .... .. _
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y eaeral heeJtH ae raxtomL
'geafkimaa from Philadelphia and was the reply. Ax..llLAl Aa(
.t neat "Then go Immediately back takethe your dr. HarMrIioa TeeM ,
-- reached the booM after the minister. letter over as I commanded you" -Well, I don't know that I do," said U barnsrgqu to all add I man slaemlr naaauueuA. .la her the dauchter beat medicine at this a critical mother ran period.buster It K
penan eufleeinfrom indlaxttlaa.atUM.
bad begun tbe sermon. Not knowing There U something about Fbe passingof Ware, taking a side look at the man ( rbrvmmtten sad the many weakened: .. heir nature to perform ita dutiea and 4,
7.- bow far the servieea bad progressed thstrlyer which. the servant can',not again' and then under' sudden Insplratloo efn l*loB olaaya emp MliieRd toy bnpcrrw saves many anxious. momentj for mother I
known.Quaker,ofUM but with A slew "bat would .1BIaII411i1o d.KarlrariCAI r. TemmU. and many unhappy bows ordauchter.' A'
'r be accosted a well do agvr0.than a*can roll a mountain drawl ( Mew ell Snood'_ sEood
town ""who W.. a friend of the de;) and do Tide to know what the devil you've done GIVEN UP AS HOPCLE8
,or heave a*ocean; yet you,,
',. ... ittlebtweraama.L.ll.
fssismiii .......)
ceased and who was DOted for his! great not excuse: bins Even so In this matter. with that dog. J. R. BILULAHD.Moon't Iridgt 4AL.

', sense of fatnnor. and..leaning1 over boa. The sinner otterlf"-unable to come.-to The stranger was .astonished bat. Every bottle of Dr.Bar writes; I .sold G. F. P. to a young' '
houlder. asked In a whisper: Cbristorebsnnehtawnheart.of' "himself. -_, laughed. near Mir, and the two b.d.. long "Cnaeeear or-- Inw esnie tntde-nark....-ea for everything lady customer on the"no cur no pay"

'. ""What part: pr the services bite they JThere I I. a broad sad deep river be- I chat. It seems that daring the civil war sbstmt.-t.dasus i the..-.Dr.Dnataeeepcai Barter that runs on wLRCIs.. her plan health., and one Our bottle physician entirely had restored given

wo, .reacb dT\. J Sweep him and heaven; and, t.IJe.aer' the.two 'had. !been slightly acquainted, MlUl ..q I, her up a* hopeless. t
r To which the Quaker' wttbont. a eannot'swlai; but thank Oodl there 1*. %. the a member the First me. at. MANTA ncoioaE OOHPMTOATTIM Sold Ev.rynh.r..

.amI1cv''l"lPt1el" : I heavenly ferryman on th.other, side. Let I [ow.... Ha was known a< a reckless. fellow OHM U.S Writ.<....,to C'h.tho..teers.ruTU.._::1......for star.rem mn..UI L..._-
.luct the 4 teD8 ."--Philadelphia to the little > T D.e..rr.WM Own BflM .....y trr.& alit oa t ""na' "
opened for : ... him call- spat .dtat..rerl''lBaL-Dr.' .Ba- wholly superior nicetiesof .1W.Ii< M< s.... a .tit ttflttt i, =.!:*'vnor M ak.Heppe' : wllm.. -bens' 15 tt
.Time*., '.'." \ ''' toilet and habit, U" owned a. bulldog I
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Cam bell a. Butler; GENER MERCHANDISE,

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We want your business!! and if prices consistant with quality count for anything, we can make it to your interest. Ogr fair dealing and prompt attention to all trade, large or.small, has made '

ours the leading store in the' county. Just now we are beginning usual clean-up of odds and ends, including remnants of various kinds, which are worth far more

':_ than we ask for them: Lady clerk in charge of the Notions and Dress Goods departments Come see us a chance to figure with you. I

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& .::1 : 8 : 8 "ih'r I I Sam Davis, of Mlllvllle la spending the The Board of County Commissionersare i Mr. Daniel l Williams of Dotban Ala., Tax Notice.Notice '
City Delinquent
.S :' Church Dlreetory.e week In Chlpley filth friends. In session this week. After trnosact- passed through town Wednesday enrunte I .

e M. E. Church, South' -Preaching every Rev. O. N. Winslett held his nsnal service lug the regular routine!! of work Monday, I home from Vernon, where be bad been 'la hereby given tb'.t; the following described property will be sold at public ;

let and Brd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. they took u p the tax book for 1003, to examine on a visit to lila brother. auction on MONDAY the Srd day of AUGUST A. D. 1W\ >3, at the TOWN.JAlI*, to
O. N. Winslet." Pastor. at the Methodist church Sunday L the CITY OF! CUJPLEY. Connty Washington, State of Florida or so much thereof -'
'. and equalize the assessment.The an will be necessary to the amount duo for taxes In the t
Sabbath School 10 a. m R. 1. Miller morning/ and evening. pay town here
.' t Seoertntendent.r' County Board of Education met In 1&7B Reward. in set opposite to the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising. ,,
.. { Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. Always remember the cash store Is the .
< Young Men'a meeting Tuesday! place to spend cash. We sell cheap regular session Momdav. They raised M, dog "Tramr" was polsened Friday "QCI
prayer ; your ,.
the which canted his I
.-. % nights. Everybody cordially Invited. for cash.-J. R. McOoaehy & Co. the school i term In the county from four death.night I offer a reward, of 175 for evidence ;dol; IH ;g -: o: ;

>; ,: Baptist Church Preaching every 2nd Mr. J. B. Lackey, of Grand Ridge,came to live months. They were enabled to do that will convict the unprlnclpaled OWNER I DESCRIPTION OF LAND a I- gt Q g :..

'.; .and 4th Sunda 8. B. Rogers pastor. In Saturday evening and spent Sundaythe this through the! receipt of Washington person or persona who Respectfully gave the poison., r '" I < .. ... t

a ...- I' Sabbath (School. S p, m. J. D. rorresteSuperlnteneent. /guest relatives, here. county's portion of the Indian War 5-28-8m. D. C. Ketchem. N.'W.p 3Z E.3: '

,Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Topics.. County Commissioner A. W Weeks, Fund. FOB WHOwen4. ...:...... Ey( oriof2341ns otneu........ .-..; 4 4 13 IUS ?

g : 8 : 8.$ 8'' i :. ; i ; g : wasln town Friday and came In to chat We "can't-uet aw ra"' have the consolation The Crampton property BALK. 80 acres of Unknown _.. .... ..'..... Arot commencing at the NW corner r'
of lot 288 running east 100 feet south
with.the! editor for a while. of knowing that Chlptev N just land-situated one mile south west of fO feet- thence west 100. and north to ." j

-, O'V\ln' about as (pleasant as any of the so-called Chi pie,. Mend all offers to MIKHUE A.CRAMPTON. point of beginning/ / .. .. .. .. ...,Jl!> ; 4 4 13. 1.75
'- We have too many pants; they must FOil du Lac -WIs.. Unknowu.. ........ ,.. Lots M4 and 8.\5. .. _. ..... .. .. ?.. 4 413 1.35
: St', mygggollllral be sold; don't neglect this opportunity to ,urn mer resort 'And besides, we CWAnv tresspasslng or cutting of UM IIOO80n.. .. ..;... Lo'OlntheJ'orrepteradoltion.! ad :.
get good pant cheap.-\Velis Bros. luxuries and pleasure' homo com timber on this land will be dealt wltb to ,' a lot known a. the Francis! Miller lot 4 4 .13 7.25
".waT P ranm>l>l>. Om herd To>(tetber the fullest extent of the law. Unknown .. E r
i _. .... of lot 15 to Forresteradditlon.. .. 4 .f 13 .85"
be found at
For MUST Menders. ]Mrs. Howard and of Donal- cannot
daughter -- ----- Mettle Morgan ... ...:. A a-acre lot In eej( of_net{. bounded

s3.f: : : 9 : ; : g : g : sonvllle Oa., are the guests of !Mr. and summer resorts. WANTErP-FAITHF0I PERSON TO on north by:. township line dividing .
TRAVEL for....established house in a few townships and 6. flO east by section
Todav N the time for laughter; Mrs. J. M. Tuggle on Ota.. street. "Give us more of the old time singing/ countioe, calli...on retail merchant and aorniu.Local line dividing ledlon,a and 4. oosouth -

Whatever Tomorrow, the time for tear; The prospect now 'Is that there will be In charches,". exclaims a correspondent i territory. Salarjr $1024 a year and expea. by Ally on west by tj A Cook's 101.... 4 4 13 2.55 S19.70 week In and
parable cash
may come
: en. expensesadvanced. '
Mrs 1'0'1 E Clendenhan lot '
A sid ad
on east of
It.reet.ln awl(. 4 4 J3. I.M
.... \ of woe with years, a series of games of ball here next Tuea lu the Jacksonville Metropolis, "the. awful and. rushing-Position. permanent Standard House.Buslnew 334 snc*. N D Bland .. .. .... .... Lots 214. 213.216.... .. . .. .... ..... 4 4 13 '6.9'1

_. '. __...._ Today Is the time to borrowr.The day and Wednnsday-Cblpley vs. Geneva. songs our mothers and .father used t.o'' born St.. Chicago. kit. U.I&Dear-I( UDknown..... ....._ Lots 1511 and .. ........ .. 4 4 13' 1.05
..- best that the gods can give' ; E. Rp l..tAr.. .. ... .... Lot6.. .... .169.,1.... .. -.f 4 13 1.8S %
which the
,; We can sorrow If need be hereafterToday sing In congregation can Join NOTICE. I W Butler .0. .... ... A lot commencing on }(-mfle line die 'c ,
.'.; Is the time tv> live. and we shall see more spirituality In the vldlng.sectlon 4 north-,and south a' .
1 a Mr. W: Whlte/of Kynesvllle, was a Notice to hereby gives' that I. Mary B. Jenlcs. the SE corner of lot thence .'.
services effect. of the preaching Academy r
more administratrix the estate of G. W. Jenksdemaed. h
as :
Mr. J. J. Strickland BtUurJay laChlpley. visitor in the city Friday. and while here BOutb
spent shall apply by petition to the County running yards tbencsa west _. ,
made a pleasant call at the HANKER ,of- and better rosolt.8'n' every. way. Judge Washington count,. FlorMa. at hi. dace to 31d street.. thence north 70 yards
at Vernon In said county, on the 10th day ofAuroat. tO !(....... .. 4 4 13 14.40
Trunks, traveling bags suit cases, et..., NOTICE.. A. D.19O3,, for permission to Bell at private J C Parrot.. .. ........ Lot It 10 the Forrester! addlUon. ... .. 4 4 13... 1.40
lice.Mr. or public sale. for cash,all the real estate belonging Union Naval Stores. A lot commencing a' the oN W
at Wells Bros.Hav corner ,
prod I will sell stock of staole groceries
J. A. Sims a promlnerit and my to the estate of said G. W. Jenks. or so of swMof swlof'sectlon 4
Including fixtures near the depot at much thereof as shall be to the running
necessary pair
are you Dulling for Chlpley? If perous farmer of near Bonlfay, was a cost less the freight, as mv health Is notgood. debts of said _ate. east 237 yards north 113 yards. west to I

: S not why not? pleasant visitor at the BANNER: office VV. E MOBBIB. Mary.B. J....... section Une;thence topolot beglnnloll' f 4 13 3,30
.i A. Administratrix. J II Brock .......... .. Lot No. 71D Forrester< addition less :.a
y Mr. W. O. Butler !8r.: Is at St. Andre"Vs I I Friday. that part owned by A .J Trlskett... ... 4 4 13 1.05
NOTICE. Notice of Application lor Tux Deed. I Unknown.. ........ .. Lot 610 Forl't'ater addition. ........ 4 4 13 1.87
for the summer.If Ladles who trade at Frtrrlor Bros are The post master wishes ta Inform the Notice. hereby riven that J. J. McCasMll A: Ullknown..... ..a. .. Lot IS In Forr98&l'p addition..4. 4 1:1: 1.3.\
always pleased for they get the best Roods public that the box rent mast be paid bv Co.purchanre of Tax Certificates NOB. 55, 56,60, I Unknown... ......... Lots 1 to t01n Mflieradditlon In nwj( -4 4 13 3.45
.. ." you! want the best of everything go In their line at the closest prices to be July 10th. After that date the boxes! cannot 6Z. 63, M, 55, 213; and 214. dated the lot day of \V 0 utter ........... A Jot bounded onnorth' dividing ri
to wells Uros. have bf
they it.Brown1'arrlorvlaiteedMarianne found. be assigned totbeosa of the bolderuntil .July. A. D. 1901.) has filed said certificates my I line between n36 and s uwl(, on
: office and has made. application for tax deeds to east t. Mr KC'Daniel t
has been orderof s south '
the rent paid. (By
) a day Tha reunion and picnic of Camp Philips issue In accordance with law. Said eertlitcate.embraces R. R. 'tree'on ...
': the Post Orne Department.) by wen bv Mrs. hud
or two this week. U. C. V. at Beddick's mill Wednesday John S. Alloy, P, M. tad In Washington the foUowins county.: described Florida property towit aitaa-WHof 1 acre. :- 4 4 13' 7.80
r.' .... Mrs. M L Cook ....... lot In the SE corner of the
was largely' attended, and a 8WM. S. 4. EX of NWH. Sec. 14. NH of SKH!:
Mr. A. D. Camobell visited his parents everyone SBKnf SEX, Nee 3i Tp. 1. N.. K. 16 W..NEW: Tiller lot In nwU ....... .... .. .... ... 4 .4 13. 5.85
at Argyle Sunday. had an enjoyable time. CARYVILLE NEWS. Set 15.SEX of SEX.Set. 26. Lot 5, Sec..30. SB Unknown ...:t..... ... Lot :2 and E" of lot a... ... .. .... .... 4 4 13 J.35
qu'leton of SE 1.... Sec..33. Tp. 2 N., K. 16 W.. W" I \Vhlddon....._..... Lot 141...... .......... .. .... .. ....... 8.15
.;- z Farrlor Bros are continually putting Our ball boys are making an effort to The town of Carvvlll was very Nw". Sec :21. Tp. :2 8.. R. 18 W. and Lot 7, 1"1 J LWblddOIl........... Lot140......... ... .. .......... ... .... 4' 4 13 1.3-\ JW
-. In goods at the lowest the }Fourth the big mill kept running 19.Tp. Z&. R. 18 W. The said land being 0 Butler ...... Lot 258 ... ........ .. ... .. i,
: : new prices. get a series of games with\>> Dothan juln- on full time and business went on as use ..-1 at the date of issuance' of such: .f. .. .:.. 4 4 ij3 S.\l3\
and Tallahassee. al There large element of our In the nitrae of Unknown. Z. T. Sheffield
They to was a
Mr. Solomon of Montgomery, was a cy are ready imputation Including the Confederate known. Curtis Rune Unknown. MUter. McCnltough F.. M. FAjE2RIOR .S S

visitor here Tuesday. go up against! anything./ Veterans however who went over to certificates, and Unknown shall be redeemed, rospeettiiUy..e rding Dnlens tn law Maid 'Paz Collector Ton or Chlple7..
Time and tide wait for no man, neithercan Westyllln I and took part In the celebration tax deed will Iflene thereon on. the tth of. Anu .
Mr. I. d'y
J1 A. llogeboom left Tuesday for
Farrier! Uru. hold their goosatsuch; of the 127th anniversary our nations 5 ..t A. D. 1903.Witness .
-4 Tampa to spend a while. low prices any longer than It takes the Independence, returning. reported my officf at signature and seal. thla the I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
lucky man to get there. having a niuunlllcRnt barbecue speech 3rd day..f Julr A. D.1903.Seal. Free! Free! I Department of the InterimI -. / 55
l Call on the Misses' Richardson for trimmed making and a'gout time generally; the ( .) Wa.blngtonCounkeyty.. L an dsettlerbas5kdeotked Office at Gainesville. Via timed

.. hats. They are gelling cheap. Dr. J, E. Brock, of Vernon! passed Veterans were who loud took In their part In praises the celebration for the- Clerk Circuit Court. ( P1*. $S 3 Gold "Wntoli.; >I Notice. In hereby given. that tbefol.June...a..1'WJ.'- .

Mr. E N Dekle, made a business trip through here Friday on his way' to point kind welcome extended them by the good NOTICE. I I analprodluauppo'tdhiedaimend' .his Intention that to make said ;

to Campbollton Wednesday.' In South: Ala., to visit'relatiyes; he will I people of Westvllle.. who Joined so actively Notice hereby given that I. W. B. Laiwltter. W. M. Keith & Co., I prod will Ui made before Clerk Clruiit Court at 9
In the parade, revering/ the memorieswhich as anardian of Jta Laasitter.a minor shall apply I Ve.Fla" on Jut,II1tb, 11O3. vhtt
: be gone a month or two. to the. County Judge of Washington Will absolutely give without | J. .... .Elizabetff t
'Mr. Harvey Brown Is vlslllng Mr. an cluster around old associations In Florid, at his 011I",111, the town of ....count away, cost I Bndsnn. fW.n. o(8udc.44. N..k. ;
f on', JWJ3, a genuine Elgin watch ofNBM ANWXolNKK. Tp. I
days gone hv. Every one of our populace ;
White Mr. Fletcher Miller'sFerry said county and state on the first Monday in "
Mrs. T. D. this week Buss living near : the, ease Is solid gold of attractive drnlgn 14 W, y
with the
was Inexpressibly delighted AusTint A. D. 1903. it bring the 3rd day of eaMmonth
: happened to the misfortune to get and with accord for for and superior finlnb. We do this to Introduce I Bs names the toUalntf witnesses to prove bis.
'For several' d..ysVell Bros will offer' celebration one delighted permlsBion" Somali cash a' publk.or _tln_.residence. upon and cultlr.tfc.i of said
;. some special bargains In dress goods. his house and everything In It, destroyed to sea the spirit and enthusiasm manifested I. private mole. as tho. said judos) may order, all our line ot Jewelry every piece of, land vtat Angus fatter. Frank'-' McKeithen.
the right title and interest of the said Jesxia Las- which the
In celebrating the faithful hour of Isiguarantet-d by Jew L McKetthen ol Vernoo. Fla, and Benjamins j+
.. Mr. 'King, of Headland Ala., was one by fire last :Sunday: morning./ 177ft. the anniversary of the birth of our sitter In and to the. following, ,.described' lots orparcnU which snows the Is right. F. Swindle. .el W....... Fla. e"' i
of land Hltuated in the town ul C>iploy. Do watch Robinson. r-
want tills W.O
nation and that out of all our we yon ,
of the visitors here Tuesday The office honrs at the post office are wars InWarhtigtorcounty. Florida tnwit: LuTs No Ed.: fee pah.*.
w';' I now stand under! one flag a rft-uolt.ed I twenty-six. ((2b; ). twentyHMTen. ((27): ) twenty. ...lirlit. If you do, come buy! your Jewelry from M II'Iat&r.
follows "'1> the Sea On us. every time buy a dollars worth i 55 5
-" as ; urlng week 7:30 a. m country. 11. (;a I) you
Mr. G. H. Homer of Webster
wan one W. B. tassitter. make a guess at a number v Inch Is some PUBIJCATION.:
: to 7:30 m. On Sundays 9 a. m to 11:30a. : I
p. ,
A.Guardian Aforesaid.
of the visitors here Saturday. where between Sand GOO, and the first Department of the Interior. I
4 m. and 8:30 p>. m. to 7:30 p. m. BUSH ITEMS.We person guesting the number correctlywill I Land Office at Gainesville.Via.Jnnea191tA. >
Call on ns and let us convince you that MASTER'S SALE. be presented the v/atch ABSOLUTELY ) t 5 '
our store U the cheapest store In town. Mr. George Gainer of Mlllvllle, 'la here need a few more showers now. I FBKB.: Notice is hereby given. that thefollonrrncaamed'anttl .
By virtue of a decree rendered bv the Hon. B. '
'Mr.' Will) of visiting his parents,, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Farmers are busy laving' by their crops B. Palmer. laden of the Third Judicial Circuit Remem bar, ,to be entitled to a guess at .Una!..proof r baa iA fund support notice ol of his his.dale Intention, and that to make said -
Rush Bonifay, was one of this handsome
when they are not laying In the shade. nresldinr In the First Judicial Circuit by Tlrtuoof Elgin watch you mlt"t'p..rcha proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at
the visitors the city Sunday. Gainer near town George Is just up an order of trantifer made by the. governor of at leant une dollar s worth of v 1SO3. visi Jamas
from a spell of the typhoid fever: Mr. John Martin attended the Vet.eranll ...Id state on the 20th day of May. A. D. 1W3. in Iewelry from as.w. :R ds.o'Vernon.Vlia, Hd. 28213 for the W)5 u
Mr. John harper was one of the Chip- 'reunion at Hartford Ala., on the the. Circuit Court in and for Washington county d 8W".d src! : :>>. Tp.3 N.,11.14W.

lay visitors at Vernon Monday. I It l 14 hard to tell when you are getting! 4th. In was a caiiMB complainant' therein anil pending I. C.wherein Whlddun D.and C. Rosier S- A. M. Keith 3 Co. I'I cmtkuouereldenceupenadcuttiatkmofsaid He names the foHowins witnesses to prove his '
money's worth when trade Rev. Mr. Lock urCached Interesting ,t
your you anywhere an Whiddoil were defendants In the foreclosure. of a .laad.vim .
CharlleC.tlemmmw. 11: D. Miller.Du
For silk glovesju4llor.. hats and chll-: but when you trade at Farrlor sermon at Union Hill school house last mortgage given' by I. L Whiddon and 8. A. 920GOJLDWATCH, I Sapp Lewis Gainer allot Vernon.Fla.
drena caps, go to the Misses Richardson. Bros, you always know what you are do- Sunday. Whkldon. to the complainant. D. C. Rorler. I will j L. W.G. Robhiacvied. .
Ing. theJrd dsyof Angtist A. D. 1SO3 the samebeing FREE FREE FREE! [ .a paJd. Kesleter.
Miss Costello Martin of Bnnlfav
the first Monday in aaid month offer for I
Attorney D. J. Jones spent Monday at r- Tax Assessor J.V.. Williams carried a few days In tills rnnimunlty last week, sale. at public auction bnf.N...the house door
the County Capital on busluess. J j the guest! of 1\11 I H ue Florence Yutes. In the town of Vernon. Washington .....nt'. Florida
I the assessment rolls to Vernon Monday to the highest and best bidder for cash' the .
i'I Several of Itonlfay'a young ladles vlsl following; described ml property towit: Lot
Jeff Anderson of Bonlfay, transacted j and submitted. U to the County Coramlssloners ted Mr. Levi Yates and family last Friday number $J In the t-wn of Chlpley. Washington DEKLE & CO. Bankers :r

business In Chlpley Wednesday :j![ for, examination and equalization. ': night, enroute to the picnic at. the county.Florida. ,
Yates Pond. i Purchaser to pay for doari.
Mr. Willie Daniel of ilarlanna. I Buell Cook. A. D.CarmtchaoLCompft FLf=
GHlPlsEY. \
spent Mr. Dan King and sisters Mls Dnllle *.Sol. Special Jlb_. ; .
Sunday here the guest of relative. I I I Mrs. T. Markham, will on Saturday and A IIIcp.. 1If UoKuilak. visited relativesIn _
this 'community last Saturday and NOTICE. This bank for the transaction of all branches of legitimate
The Mayfield clothing, the boat on the 18th Inst., sell ai public auction all Sunday; they nlso attended the picnic at Notice Ut hereby rlren that I. Myra\ P. Carter banking. Collection* receive prompt and careful attention and all remittedfor :t

earth-pants and suits, at J. R. Me- ,. her household! goods, preparatory to going the Yates Pond oil the 4th. as guardian of tfemjamins Carter and Wallace on day of payment current rate of exchange
Uf-achv&Co. I I I Bruce Carter. minors,will apply to the cosnty ... $0-....We> awllels Tsir D.Nusee-4 -a- Y
Los Angeles Cat. did .
to to Join her bus- II any one in this community not .deed W..llln.CIOUnt,. Florida. at hia ofDov
,All together DOW, with a long and band.LOST.One. /go to u .picnic the 4th It was nut bocauvtt In the town of """,,.said county on the 27th
I then was not any to go to; some went tot.b9 day of July. A. U. 1903.Ins penniMuna to sell at
steady pull for advancement of Chip- I I black bicycle hand Yates Pond. some tr the! Chexnnt I private or public sale' ior cash or on credit as the .
Ie). I somewhere between Chfplny and pump Pick bridge and others to Hard Labor bridge/ ; I said judge mar. order. all the rights, title and. interest ..
of said minors In and to tins following described
all report a line time, plenty. to eat and ,
ering's/ place Kinder v> III please returnto I tract or parcel of land situated in thetown .
Mr. W. C. O'Neal ,
of Pensacola'abankers
ono .1. T. Collier or leave at UAHNKB: of- drink. of Chipley. In said county and state, towitBeginning > '
was In Chipley on boil DCS Tues I I lice.I -'II I at the crater nt aixth utraet. at a 1lvisinn it
line on the northern extremity of, the timed
day. Talk about .selfishness! but what do WAUSAU ITEMS. I, Chlpley. acenrdinil to the' original plat of said. ,
I I town thence due....t lour hundred. and thirty-are
Wp stilt have a few pair of those sample yon think of a person who will pat a Nearly all the hogs In tills part of the ((43.$7 feet thence north to seven. and a 'degrees Come -

shoes left come nee you a pair.-J. R. whole freezer of Ice cream by themselves county are dying.'' : east, five hundred and twenty-two and one half
(SUM) feet, thence .
llcOcahy I & Co. ,
; and nol ask their friends to help them : The 4th of July passed off very quiet "ty-three ((263); ) ket. thence south three undredtd .
I and was warm as usual the thermometer tntFlJlll( : ) feet thence east fifty Prof. K. E.
In Wednesday
enjoy It? ,ltaDdlngaCIJ6.. I thence south one hundred and eleven. (111)) ""t" *
and will spend some das with friend. I t thence west two hundred and nftaen ((215)) feet to .t
The voting men 'In the neighborhood of Mr J. C. McVlcker and family wed cantor of sixth steel thence south to.point of be- '
here. lives near Chlpley. spool the 4th withW. vlnnina Rynnintf
New harmony church have organized a I S. Jones and family.. I Myra P. Carter
'1 ,
DeVoe! Harmon, of Mlllvllle U spend literary and debating society. They I A.Guardia. Aforesaid."
The nice showers of rain that we have .
log a week here with relatives and meet the second: and fourth Saturday I been having: for the past two weeks has NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I ,caused all to look -
friends. I night In each month. crops promising. Dcnertasent of the Interior.
I i Mrs P. J. Owens, of West Green Ala.. Land Ottos at Gainesville. Fla.Jnne To Farrior Bros..
Always call for your coupons when I Miss Hattie hal black silk faggoting, Iia visiting relatives and friend down In B. 19QX .
trading at Karrlor Bros for they are. U In. wide at 60 yard; black silk Chiffon here. She Is always a welcome visitor In Notice b herebr rlTBa' that thetaHawinvnasMd.setttrr "
wnrth; money tn you. applique >i In. at. 20e yard black silk this has Bled notice at hid intention to .
; proof la support M hi*dalm. and that said Store and get in on the "ground ;
'!: Mrs. W. O. !Butler Jr., and children.' pendant ornaments. 5 In. long atSOoeach; I are Informed that the people In the proof will be made b.heeCkrkCircuit. Court at
black silk grape medallions Inch long : Hard Labor bridge and Duncan _11 a.,...Ial.,18tb. 1'JOJ, slat Osage K: '
._' are spending the week'at Marlanna. with : IX ID wide at lie each. ; had their annual picnic nn the community 4tb, ear snit,".,of Vent" ofHWX<>tt. Fla ASWjJolNWK.itec.Hd. 17116. for tht> WSj. on those bargains we are;.. floor"I I ".;

relatives.. Mr. M. Logsden has our thanks for a 'and all) report a nice time; To.: N, K. U W. '
I ...the fnlloirlnc witnesses to bi.;
W* are Informed that ronl'rsute has -iSpecial JndUc:
Moses Jr. of of for oar 4th of ;
Uuyton, Martanna, spent nice lot vegetables July been changing: hands here.fl'! John J. eontirmoiis nMidenoB vpnn and cnHivstbm of said .
land, vutt M. P.
Williams. Charts
M. Williams
Tuesday'night and a portion of Wed De,- .dinner; they consisted of beansroasttngears ,Tiller and son having \bought out Mr. John. Carter. S. J. Williams, all uf V__

day In town. beets cabbage, and "watermelons" ; James C x'lIlot. loud store house. ,Fla. We are making;,pome special inducements .. \

the beats were the finest we- have aver Mr. T. L. Jones' mules, while hitchedto Ed.: fee paid. 'VKnblnson.. K< wiater.LUMBER. 1-
Just ;
a few nice bok l left at Farrlor {
the wagon ran a way throwing big -- to close (out our immense 'line
.' Bros at pooular prices and by popular seen. May he always prosper. wife and ch'dren out; the received several r .

'.".r'authors.. Come get one Farrlor Bros began Monday morning serious.,bruises. but we bone they are not very of Summer' Dress Goods, such as.. ', yLiawns

Mr. '\;.l:1.: Da via. of tiautler. Ml.., la July Oth. to close out every thing la tbelr .

spending the week here store .at prices too low and numerous to We are glad to see from the Vernon Mercerized Silk Zephyrs; La- '
with relative Silks.
mention so whatever you want dBn'tfall Items. In the BAMS KB, the lumber Is .beIng .Floor-Ing.t. ,
w and friends to call on them for they will continue l>ut on tho ground to rebuild tho M. < ....... .
this closing out tale! until Aug. 1st. 10. chnreb which wan blown down at Ceiling, .- see Embroideries. Etc.
Mr. M. M. Berry who U now located] that place last year. Siding.

at Vernon. was ono of the visitors. In Comptroller Croon has Issued notice to We are glad to note that Mr. James Finishing and D'mansion staty furnished And don't forget those famousOrofax ,

f town Saturday. the tax assessor of the state that the Haddock, who has own sick sinew the on 3hort notice. You can build without ,

general revenue; assessment to meet the tat of March and very (tick at times Is having toship .,..ur lumbAr from other
Why wear that of pants" when now able to drive to Vernon. We hope pieces, as l Ii l is n nofaeturot! right here Shoes. -
you can get: a new pair at almost jour current expanse* of the state, has been that he may continue to l Improve tj perfect at home and the money von spend Is .

', own price .at Well IlriMMrs. reduced one half. The assessment. for health. kept In circulation here at home which And have handsome line of'cutlery."t"t-
add to the business of our city and to the we .
i, E. I.. Gainerof Ecoufina, Is hero all state purposes I I.. only live mills.A The continues days are long logo and on down warm here but ;marrying we- gen: IbenStolour citizens So build o ry

pending/ I the week\ with her parents Mr. are by these marriage. as the old Georgia yoo a food honse. now, and bo up with the
and\Irll.J..r.Uall.: teacher normal school will bo held lady wa. In the Ws! when the soldier rapid march of our city' progiww. \Vn F ARRIORBROS.]E
.. will furnish you the Inmber at market
at Westvllle commencing! on July 13th her houiMt "Her little dog Jumped I
A'lsa,| ; Meet* Daniel left Wednesday It..Is hoped that as many of the 'f'sebenofWa"hlnJrtoneoootTascando the fence and was'barking at them when prlca. Come gee ns. ,I
eveniogforOpAllka Ala. the old lady went 10. the door and said GULF COAST:: NORTHWESTERN {
and Atlanta will I
: no,
[ come back you little fool yon can't bitethem .' LUMREB A SAWMILL CO.
.. wbere she will j
spend. month visit avail themselves thin opportunity for all. So. we can't mention all thin
; r Injj relatives-. -* ... -. advancement, by'attending this adhuol.eft marriages ( 1VI. R. Pritchard Man.j

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