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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
August 6, 1903


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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.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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i. Vol. .XL Chipley, Washington Co., Florida} Thursday, ,August 6th, 19O3. Number 7.JOURNAL'S .

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f CONTEST I A B b8t'rlber'aska! what Judge\ Paaker J 'fact. Is dawning upon the agricultural fwwT.i I "

has done to make him an acceptal can New Lawl-Ne_L n.e.l -Are world that women succeed remarkably -

; dilate< for the Democratic. nomination You Subject. well as farmers. Two young ladlesIn

( AfflICTING C MUCHATTENTION clll.lml.1rot'rhcht.lJ' that something more; Florida who wanted a piano very .
license law
than a st lnlll"" life and Hne judicial:: The new passed by much concluded to raise cotton by their And wake up to find It to be true that

character Urpqulrttd... It la true that the last Legislature, being chapter own labor. They could not hope to make I II

Jndvn Parker ha not held high- political 5106, became operative'Tuesday tho. money by teaching a single year, you can get your

q '' position except In the line of lilt! ,profession ,August 4tb 1903. The fol- but they hot' d t.
but ba has shown the qualities of apolitical They had t.helll.od broken In the. early ;;: ,
lowing occupations or profes- #
leader and organizer a marked spring, which they paid a negro man to
MANY DESIRE TO ATTEND THB degree.Vhll! "the Tlm II-Unlon l I" sions which have not heretofore do for them. The ten acres wax then. laid cebrmtedfor SHOES

,i, ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR AS not supporting fudge Parker as against paid a license tax are requiredby off and pl nted. Those ladles did all the / cjassftotcrtoln .

THE GUESTS OF THE any ntllercaodidutuor aspirant. It has this law to'take out a licenseon hosing and all the. picking and were rewarded n d atIlbFAwmabI-1'AT8,

mi doubt thitt Irs readers. will be glad to the date above named: with seven bales ot cotton,weighIng awmst esMlr
+ .s&..
JOURNAL, sea a condensed summary of the distinguished !'pounds each. At. 8 cents each CLOTHING
Clubs selling liquors. ,
w.... Oem crat.'. career, even though bale netted them till( outside of gin toll)

F Da yon want to attend MM World'. ratrT his candidacy U not avowed and he has ,Physicians. and baullnv. ley Christmas. the pianowas SHIRTS

From the tmmenna number of estimates constantly refused to' '; wlng round the .Steam laundries.., paid for and In the honan.tVhllo ,
talus ''received each day to The Journal as
rantest. one "vould-" naturally conclude circle" for votes. Chinese laundries. cotton hoeing and picking Is close .s

e': that the. .I1.fl: of every Individual Alton Brooks Parker was born In, Cort- Slot machines. work and outdoor work altogether. ,, it AND\

would ba In,,theaffirmative.. AU are naturally land 4'ounty, New York, May 141853. tilsancestors shows what a couple of determined women
< 'very anxious to fa but soon are Saw and shingle mills.
unable: ,The Journal bas come to their came from England two hundred were able to do. TRUNKS
b reacu: Forty people are going to tbs years before and settled In Mannacfansetts. Turpentine stilfs. Few realize the. poHslbllltlcs, of farm

KTmt. "Nexio*Illon as Its g4c.ta.r Ills grandfather, John, was a Public hacks. life for women, and farmer daughters! ,
VM1I you Le one of the fortyT
In accordance with Its past spirit of soldier the Revolution! and his father. Drays, or other vehicles for as a rule, near study agriculture.] Farm ,

liberality on May 10th The Journal announced also John, 'was a plain farmer. Alton hire. daughters are. oftentlme. willing to
for the lint time that to free, And all kinds of groceries from us. We also carry a nice
"' passed wlt.h'cl't'dl' through the neighborhood clerk tn a 8tor!, even In a village, or sew
trips! to the St. Louis World'sfair,each and other
Notary publics
per- line of Laces Embroideries and Dress Goods.
eonclstlnir. of a ftr.t- la_ ticket from Atlanta academy and normal school, hut In a ,dressmaking establishment, or go ,
I to St. Louie and return and 150 for was nnanlfl to attend rolleg,a* he wlah sons-'preparing writings for pro- out as a stenographer. when they might '
> would, ( be given to this number
t' Of expense Ita aubnorlbera." 10 of these trip to Itaubscrlbcis ed. lie did b share, of the farm work fit. stay at home, and bv the co-operation of When buying shoes jffiffijjjlL

In Atlanta and Fulton county'<<>> aod then became a country school teacher Abstractors. theli parent earn as. much reedy money Wll OnvMi Give us your

.1; and SO,outside of Pulton,county. reading law diligently while teach- Money lenders or loan office.: and !still have the benefit of po.rentlalprot.ectlon 6e sure trey are the K \mVK ,
It la not Decenary to pay In advance to
a', tie entitled to tstlmate. In this contest. ing.lie Manufacturers of crates, doors and counsel.! The two Florida TwtitfisaSar trade and be
Each subscriber who han paid In advance ",admitted to the bar at the 'ageof girls are a case In point. No letter made in jjijs _
I..* entitled< to ... many estimates aa the and sash..
twenty, and hung out his shingle In Women have been very successful In
: lanjrlh: of time snbacrlptlon paid In adVTCV ijjj benented.Catlaway .
w from May .Oth. The drat 49 nearest Ulster County, which was then and Is Ice factories. raising blooded stock. A very ilch widowIn the world. :/ \

,,x>rrcct estimates will receive these now overwhelmingly Republican., The. Wholesale dealers in' fresh the state. of Indiana has a gala of shorthorns .
free It la therefore that
trip. Important lawyer ecMn made himself the spring and she Is' 'ranked
young meats. every & Co.OUR
you fiend( In your estimate at j>nce. Bo .. .
vie iOU hive the carrier" sign! the coupon Democratic. leader and In 1817 'al elected Cotton seed oil mills. among the best (farmers of that progressive : .

,",, Turk JLtmt you pay Max W or 11 oeota.1C Surrogate''over* Republican competitor state.. .
the i .feticr la ,delh'Cnd: by carrier or If Junk dealers. ":''' "
y the uiper t.*.received by mall and you.end receiving a second term. This 80Cc"I'"relJommendeeJ Widows. have been.. known to do far better -
In your renewal don't forget to send' him to Tllden who Lung tesers.Dlft'e. with tne farm limn their husbands.

,In catlnratev. called him Intooounsel and had a high have made moro money and with Ins DIMINISHING Joke Will Turn
The content closes at midnight April Land TIMBER M. Depew and Samuel E.
HXM tbe eaten will open May Ut. opinion\ of him. la 1SS4 he was a delegate nt Kind of Feet trouble to themselves, not counting: the : humorist, were crossing

While the estimates received last maybe to the Chicago convention .and fought As to national cburucterfstlcs In feet I expense, of running tho! business. Of course we can continue to on the !same steamer. One
the successful on_ It la better to tend hard for drover Cleveland.; it may be said that the French. foot' The small fruits might ho made very out the revenues furnished by tbe dinner It was suggested.

In estimate the ant 40 at nearest once and correct keep estimates President Clevela nd offered him the Is narrow and, long. The Spanish: fool remunerative for women) workers suit). forests from the beginning of our the time honored cus

will receive the trlpa. It costs. absolutelynothing position of First Assistant! Postmaster- Is email>nd elegantly curved-thanks I dent forethought and co-operation were but their exhaustion: will make United:! States, the diners '
entthe, contest. Estimates to It.."oor'. .blood-corresponding to
to ,Mr. Clemens mncle:
General but this waft promptly declined granted to women of the familyIleekeepingsllkculture difference toon r coast wise u-
cannot be bought for any price, and as no the Ca tUlalprIde of being/ "high In address,
such :
will know the number of udmlsstona br the young Surrogate with the state 'the Instep' Th Arab's root Is provcrbtal and poultry the Interest. which flourish directly as utght-

to the St. Louis' World fair until afteroar ment that h'j desired advancement only for'Us high nrch. The Koran:( raising all contain. possibilities: for the directly on the lumber mills, to, expected from one whose
so well known under tile-
the opening days every one has <<" equal
In his faemor. The French farmer I IIII builders aud to the who
chance. profession.In Sllf" that a Htrcnm of water can run woman people nf Mark TwaIn.
1885! Mr. Hill was, a; candidate Jor under the true Arab's toot without more generally: the woman especially In homes In wide areas. of our I understood; "- said' Senator

.....,.... and ut..._. Governor, and asked Judge Parker to .touching It Tie foot of the Scotch I raiding fowl* Out west farmers' wives whoso money supply comes from called upon to speak

Every one would agree that color bas serve'aa chairman of tbe,8tatecommlttee.He is high and thIck: that of the Irish flat i and daughters ride on labor-saving machines ber. Iron and steel. are taking the and I should write

an extraordinary effect on one's'plrIU': first declined and than accepted andIt ,nnd square the English: short and t doing most capable work, whll of wood In ship-building, we may I' ecbcs for this occasion In.
,end scr.rlct; or reds of any LInd: are distinctly Oo.b1.Yben Athens was In her zenith the men-folks are otherwise: employed then '
,s was because of the'result that he"" has to live In stone houses after the exchange IUHJIU-
exhilarating. E-t what Is tbe \ tbe Greek foot, was the most perfectly tI I saving money and giving: reliable service have done so, but I
been ruu'et
called ot but what will I
"the exhausted
creator David D,11111. our
r power ol f( color over disease? The Idea formed l and exactly: proportioned I hare forgotten Mr. Clem
tbnt the power eslsta: ; Is not a new one Upon his'electlon'Oovernor. HIM appointed of that of any of the human race. IIpklnllf by the Curd.Sirs. and those of our neighbors do "
noboc1y'lnc.s Judge Parker to the Supreme Court. I ,.. Germans.. I Just. now this demand seems to _
-InCctxl how old It latin Swed< Norwegians and Truiupxin-So your friend Smith tor I then took his scat. III.
1 when Edward U. (then rvlncer Edward This position'he filled with'marked ability ; hnve the (argent t<.>rt. Americans tbe'j II. the proud father of triplets. Is he? heaviest call on our diminishing In appreciation\ of Cue

) was ctnltten with smallpox bis) at the age of thlrty-fonr, "and 'wilenthe smallest.' Russian! toes ere ""ebl>ed" j I Trumpem-Not that I know of Who

doctor (Gaddesdeu* treated him In a division of the Court' of Appeals to the' first JoluU Tartarian toes are !j said so' ? from any point In day on Englishman met Mr.

:ray that would ln9e! even the Christian was created, Judge Parker was all the same,length.Queer Mrs. Trunipem-Why, you were talkIng you will gee long trains laden deck.

Scientists. called to the hlrotbestcou'u In the state at I In your sleep Inxt night and said: The Puget. Sound mills have just remarked "I have always
To quote ba o::n words" from a note tM. age of thirty-eight. In 1887' he was' Coronation Cnitont. "(lot three of n kind. hove ;you. Smith 1I a contract for twenty million Senator Depew was rcuiurk-
+ of Miss Strickland's In her Marguerite One of the most extraordinary Rifts Well that bents me. old lOon" but what wretched drivel '
ot ; nominated br the. Democrats for Chief made tbe coronation of EdwardL. I for roads In various states. One
Trance memoir "I ordered the on day Trnmpem-Did IV Well I wonder was which you were obliged;
prince to be enveloped In scarlet cloth Justice of the Court of Appeals and the 'was thnt of COO horses which bud whatever made me drciuu such a tool pany In Mundoclno, Cal., has takon ( night!"-New York ller-

and that h'n: bed and aU the furniture Republicans accepted him without opposition. I been used by the royal princes and other j i I thing as thatl-Chicago' Xewe.HoW .' tract for thirteen million .

of his chamber: should be of bright red! rcironiiKtis In the procession to for a road ID Ecuador. And so ,

color. which practice not alone cured In 1893 legislature met to elect a Westminster uMiey.' These horses, all Bnrrpttsins Card to Bbsivo.It runs throughout tho country, I Spider and Seorptone.

him. bet prevented his being marked." Federal Senator: and Governor Hill did richly caparisoned\ : and harnessed Justas Is believed' that there even was a knowledge that all these must. bo \ wonderful eyesight but .

The old, chronicle goes on to say that not desire the office because he thought they were were, let loose Into the (I I time ,when every orthodox Egyptian ed tn about threo years.. Tbe last sure' that the scorpion's vi
he ''tr nted the son of the noblest I very midst of the, mob after the Lan-I|I: ran the shaving tool over bin face, I his sIx eyes. Is
It would weaken his chances for the Democratic tree Is not In sight, but the'
acute an English
houses; In England on the red system jnet In Westminster ball that always scalp and eyebrows at least once In ev- says
nomination for President there '1 continuous and there Is little I I \ It It difficult to
and made good cures In aIL" ; succeeded a coronation in those days. cry forty-eight hours. Unlike tbe Romans very catch
"In this childish: state,." SIIss Strick fore he asked Judge Parker to accept a Tbe people In the. streets were permitted of a Inter ","e. the Egyptians did wards recruiting the gupplv. The a pair of forceps but a

land,quaintly remarks "was tbe noble seat In the Senate which could have been 'to catch the animal", and to him' not confine the privilege of shaving to lo has none the way of the dodo I easily be captured If no ; i

a art of healing at the court of Margue his with lens difficulty than It came' to wbo caught a horse It and Its appointments free citizens but obliged: their slavesto seal Is only alive, and the,whalo Spiders eee their prey

rite.1* What would her comment. be 1C Mr. Hill. Again he declined as In 1801 belonged.( -London Cbronlcle. shave both face and bead. hunted. over long_distances,now- I are caught In the web but I
makes I uo moremeut whnt- e
she lived In this twentieth century he had declined to accept the ,nomination of the forests. of North. America ; ; ;
e flies or cockroaches until
Philadelphia! Ledger.A for Governor of the State forecast.
greatest :
their whereabouts by t
Dosed Porter. In the Union at the hands of the doml' 'WEW" NT THE WORLDFenced American architecture. may bn This being the also. It

Scene-Pullman car entering St. nant party. for for the |toss of wood-It be understood how easily

Louis. Porter .obsequiously whisfcbrooinlng Thus Judge Parker declined to be Gover though that. Ktfvpt: would have may be roused Into motion

woman passenger. After nor and !:Senator bafire, he, 'was forty and Whitewashed largely In stone. If she could have tit music.

w Hugi-rliix expectantly: be receive a tipa years old,and he la considered one of the wood bnt the countries that have ( fork be sounded on tbe

flve rent nickel. Hi look at It soundest and most )learned Chief'JusticesIn And' All Mankind To Know ces In storm leave the masse to I keep my caged scor

critically-\ then drop It Into the"cuspldor : the country. Therefore the man la not mud and sticks, A close period .e'b., once becomes agitated and
viciously with his' stl II K.
remarking dcflnntly. "Ab'm er without "record" of most distinguished .JI-I.A.T' Forests. may still\ be distant., since It
rmta Chicago! this ; I : him with the vibrating
portab "Open I
service to party and' to country-one oflIteadfall't mpoHnlblc to protect our birds and ( be stings It and then colls
windowr! commands the HeobeJ"1I
woman., refusal ,oomee'aeeklng that Is but the effort to provide for the. I <- as scorpions do when .r
whereupon she stoops picks up Dr. Tichenors ntiseptic-
tlie cuspidor and empties It upon the unique In our annals tie may never be should appeal to all reasonable I I

track; then drawing herself up haughtily President but he will not die wlthput those who knew Florida! twenty -

observes, "lama lady from Boston. honor, and he Is already honored by those Will Heal a Wound or Burn., ago must appreciate that some I Ship Uuder Hall.
full suit Is
a truly mag.
." best qualified to jodge.: at preservation. qpportune today \
I and there In an ex-
1 r When tn tbe station every passenger Quicker and With Less Suffering us. There la an aspect of this. I the wind that sweeps
hid left the car the porter said to tbe with which we are all familiar
conductor "Los dat nickel en' Alf In Order In ts. H..... I(I which) cnn be appre
effect of the forests climate and
'; Than Known. on ) by thorn whom\ \e breathed
The Fft'nch Any Compound
er fool. It tenches: me er lesson bow- I, parliament was not always fall '
Is still debated. On the were 'tween d'ckn: when
sointfever.: never ter fool wId none, o* famous for the excitement and .
the land we can have no doubt It along In such iirtind style
turmoil of Its debates.
In the old
dear Yankee women. Why der ain't l old by.all: : '
er woman through: de whole west monarchial days before the revolution ryes to see tbe sandy wastes that a creaking and groan-

wood er thought o* cnstln' ,dot nickel the sessions of tbe old parliamentwere I rFor sample, addressSherrouse lowing hard upon the footsteps motion. A ship Is built
) frames and .horizon
.on UP: roadside when dey knowed All exceedingly dull and prosy af. vanishing trees.-Times-Union. '
and as the waves shift
waufrd It.-New York Press. --
Medicine Co. "
the ship "works. This
One day., It Is related a noble ,count Tbrlrtlete.
was trying to, make a ,speech, Rod a the calking In the seams
u.. ..* His Blclsv Poor Woman-Ah. your on the frame them- '
wry prosy speed) It was. while ail the New Orleans La.
Keep tbe pore of the skin open and, other members I very serious Illness of my to weaken.
; In good condition! by frequent bathing. sting were' either, 'chatting, ; or consumed our little'all.and we are
Man sheds his skin Just as thoroughly ollessl\ .. I. Cheese.

us Home of the lower orders of creation Presently l the president his the bodJrupJW'(1 The University: of Fla. J.tu7-Dear. denrl How could color of certain kinds of
slightly wJth baton
but be does It more slowly and husband be so thriftless as to get Is due to the milk hav
Imperceptibly. The cells which compose "If those gentlemen" who ere talkingto CEX(1LVWVE1.Y FOR MALES.) mlcb beyond his mean.1-London I standing In copper ves

k the!' loner strata of tbe epidermis each other said he. "would kindly .....-:3ITW..T JIIT H YIARA7; + Bits, < this period of repose the
mute: no more, rorw than those

perpetually renewed and push upward gentlemen SEPTEMBER up considerable quantities
are BEGINNING 22nd. 1903. .
l wbo, aresnoring.. It would be Conald prate.
mid the outer layer must be constantly Indeed It I. customary to
mach Appreciated those SEVEN FOUR-TEAR COURIE-&aTlcul!! Chemistry Civil Enrlma-lnr. Mechanical En.
by gentlemen Aged Criminal (who has Just : .
p removed. This process whichis who ", rlimrin General Science. Latin Science, Clunks.: Two roar cnune in. Mechanic Arta.'a degree of acidity attained
are .
termed, destiuamatlon. Is absolutely trying to listen. wane In Business or Stenography and Twpewrttin. A preparatory. ana or two yeah a* life senteneri-Oh, nu Ind. I shall by noting the gradual dew
required. for thnssd.slrlogeucteprepratkm." > A :abort count of n..wneka In Agriculture or Hortl- .r live to do ItiJudge !
of of the of the
requisite to the health-and beauty culture, Pmt-CraduataonurMvaM-klaaoflOTed. brightness
The rapidly this process Remember that yon win never gala. The donnltorlM' under' visionnllndrucewswhomain. ; :'sWl'CtIYI-lI'l'.r mind. metallic surface. Dr.
skin. more
the tnt always I baa Into theatudenteaspirltwhiehleads tohlirn mental, moral and physical::' ; :::2.Ptol'll:. much of It aa you l'I1l1-PtIDeh.!
loaelby.betag afraid
Is carried on tbe more clear .ind to do mnaalum- Reflrulatl..and oorractirs. xynnaatlc. .roqulrecl of all atudenta. Fine" modern bullllnira twentyrflve sample
anspetentbeeOmestheepiderwlsandbe the thing that seems to yon right by and flmt-<:Ja..a equipment.Tuition. o cheese from vary
; more roseate and velvety the skis following! tbe crowd without cultivating Free To XU'riorldai CkludcntB., No r.. e.. Many a man who Is capable of J has found that to about

.' tisanes which: are constantly forming: .your' own individuality.Ladles For Catalog A4dT. ,- fug good advice Isn't capable of of cheese there Is

below. Home Jaroat. H.r TstllMfcrro, C. E., Ph. D., Pre.ldent, Lake City-, Fla." tag,,bis, salt i j .8 to 3.3 grains of copper.

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THE ,BANNER Jacksonville's Trade Carnival 1902 tbe.five million farmers : Uncle Sam now h'as'an

PUBLISHED VERY THURSDAY.IUa.OtLPTIOY .' which takes place .in November in the United States' earned an. of hiaown, where he'is' :

:: $1,PBK ANNUM IHYARIBLY1M promises to eclipse i in i interestand aggregate net profit of two billions brown pelicans. The H

APYAJlOa:: vIMTKBED magnificence' anything ever of dollars. The gross earn- tion was acquired by the

attempted in any ,citvof theSouth ings of.the farms amounted to ment several weeks ago,
LET: FLA At, SECOND: CLi..8 'MAI Atlantic:: Seaboard. The plan $5,200,000,000, of which $400,000000 ,- nothing was said about'it, as yj ..
MATTER and scope of the carnival is of a was'paid out workers in itors were not wanted. ,

high character and the attractions the field. 'No other industry may Pelican island, on the
W. W. JONES, Editor.
promised are far above the I be compared for art instant with coast of Florida, in Indian ;

ADVERTISING RATES IIN JkPPLICATI' K ordinary street fair catch penny. that of farming-either in impor- has'long been the home of '

I Clilpley, Pia.,Aognu Alb, 1803. affairs. With the prospect! of i portance or sheer magnitude.Last brown pelican and has been

-- ., both the British and United year 600,000,000; bushelsof run, by hunters. It is the : : '
I ,
; Cotton is king and the outlook States navies being representedby wheat were produced in the place on the coast where '

now is that he will soon be placed war ships the carnival takeson United States-enough to give birds breed in colonies, and :

on bis throne again.A a National character. While about two bushels to every fami the slaughter almost equaled }

.. the carnival is being gotten up ly in the entire world. Since increase there was danger of

man too proud to beg, too by the enterprising businessmen then, six million acres of new species becoming' extinct.,

honest to' steal and too lazy to of Jacksonville it is an event land have been put under, cultivation Secretary Wilson secured an

work is up against a hard propo in which the entire state should and are now producingtheir der making a government :"

sition. .. .. take a just pride. first crop. ervation, appointed a warden ,

Florida is-the best place in the What will be the result of this I, gave him instructions that no

world for those who are not TUB CRAP: OP CANDIDATES. SO VAKThe vastly increased acreage? I should be allowed to land'on ,

;. afraid to work. The possibility following' named gentlemen At first thought, the answer I island without an order from

of the soil is limitless. may easily be counted on as occures to one that the price will Secretary of Agriculture.

-. candidates before the coming decline, and that the farmers After the birds leave the :

I The latest South American primaries., will be less prosperous. A closer land they are protected by '. x

: revolution seems to have been For Governor-Gen. Robert view of the situation shows game laws of Florida. The a

I more severe, than usual. two: Bullock and Hon. C. M. Brown, that while the price of wheat may for years have been sought i > ;;

4 men were actually killed. Ocala; Hon. R. W.' Davis, Palatka not range along such high levelsas their beautiful plumage for feminine ;

.a .. 1 ; Hon. Dannette Mays, Mon- during the past two*" years decoration.. The brown pelican '

The color line in the north, ticello.)] there is small probability of its is found only on the coast

.. which seems to be made of hemp U. S..Senator-Hon-James P,. declining in such a figure as to Florida.-Washington News.

r has been very tightly drawn Taliaferro, John N. C.StockstonJackjlonviUe wipe out the increase inthegross f

around the blackman's. neck. I ; W. S. Jennings, returns from the enlarged ,acre It is reported.from Washington
PUTS!: AN END a TO ALL.. .-n.-v....."" .k.....'lie. -AVI"-. that the: Manchurian

,311 A grlevou wall oflim a come as a result Congress 1st DistrictHon.W. Rumors of bad weather do not tion has been settled satisfactorily :

gans.of iinliearrtb'e Dizziness. pain BnckachJ.from t over Liver taxed Complaint or.. B. Lamar.Second destroy the,widely prevalent notion to this government. '

and Jonatipntlon. But thank to Dist.-IIons. J. M. that the next wheat will Washington correspondent
r Dr King New Life Pilm they I'"t..n. end crop : 4
"+,; to it all. Tbey are gentle but thorough.Try Barrs, C. L. Fildes,A.0.Wright, be the largest yet known. This the New Orleans 1
thvm. Only 2f>c. Unaranteed by S. E
';;.= llcOeaohy &Bro.,drug store. Jacksonville ; Frank Clark Lake idea, we believe, will prove to be crat sayst "Assurances
City; A. W. Mac Williams, St. not without foundation. been received from the ;

:' Next going to be a hot Augustine; R. E. Davis, Gainesville From the farms throughoutthe government' that it will in

one, politically. United States, ; Chas. Dougherty,'Port Or- country, and especially]] from near future open as treaty '

yy, state and county officers-every ange. the great west, comes the urgent several ports now closed to

.l thing from' president to constable Third Dist.-Hons. Stephen call for ,more laborers. The world's trade. The Russian government

-is to) be .voted fork M. Sparkman, Robert McNamee, words of scripture have been lit has conveyed formal
;;;... a'It surance to the United States government
Tampa. erally fulfilled. "The harvest is
Senator Aldrich has at last
t '. Secretary of State-Hon. H. truly plenteous, but the laborersare that it will not in
t made an authorized statement : /:!
-t Crawford Tallahassee few." way oppose such opening.
The of harvesting
which will be popular with the Clay ; problem vl
James E. Broome, Quincy; Sena- the great crops, not onlyof the ports to be opened are
public. It is to the effect that
tor Kirk, B rooks ville. : it is !
wheat but of corn as well, is yet specified, gathered
he will not be a candidate for the I
vicepresidency.Come END ; iT"i1C'i FIGJIT. I one of the gravest questions of the communications that

0 p "Two pbysioinnshad a long and! stub- I the day. Its solution is, simultaneous are Moukden, the principal inland
born tight. with an ahe-eason! ray rlubt lung' !!
to Washington county, ,writes J. I1 Hughes. i>fi>ii Tout. Gu and with that of the ciiy prob- port of Manchuria, and
wave me up. EV. \hotly thought/ my time, Tung Kao at the mouttf of t'A
: if you are seeking for a good I had come. As a last retort I tried Dr. lem-the problem of congested .
home, where you can )Jive with a Ktnlt'New Discovery for Consumption. streets and overcrowded tene Yalu river. The state department
TDM benefit I received was striking and 1
minimum of effort, though the I was on my feet In a few days. Now I've ments. "Back to the farms" will is highly gratified at thi ,
entirely regained mr health." It !:
,.,.i. 'more of it put forth, the better alllouvbe.Colds and Throat and conquers Lima be the slogan of the coming gen outcome, feeling that it has se !
: will succeed. I troubles Unaranteed by 8.: E. McGeucby &; eration. This refluent tide of cured not, only for
'., you Broa. Urun Store i vice 60u. and$1. Trial,
bottles free. population will usher in the hap commerce, but for the
The Hearst,boom for the democratic i piest era of American history. of the world at large, a very substantial <;
presidential nomination The new cartoonist on the gain." !!
1i'J. '
next year, continues to grow and Jacksonville Metropolis i is all Hon. John G. Long, United

spread. Probably he i is the right. He has the happy faculty States Consul at Cairo, Egypt, Your Uncle,Samuel owes something' .
: '
strongest man the democrats ot sketching the right thingat died last week at Dunbar, Scot- like two billions of dollars >

could center upon. the right time. The Met. will land. His death resulted froman but he 1s not thinking of ,

.. r I have nothing but the best talent accidental fall. Judge,Long's an agreement or taking bankruptcy

TUB DKATH VKNALTV.A j in everything, that's why it succeeds home is at St. Augustine; and he just yet.8UJClnE : .'
little tulng sometimes results In death. "
-- Thus a mere.i.-nitcb. Insignificant outs or so admirably. was appointed Consul General in rUEVESTED.The : :: .
''Puny bolls have paid the death penalty. Its 1800 Mr. Long has long occu-
wise to have Buvklen's Arnica Halve startling announcement a p
ever hincly., It's the best salve on enrth I It is rumored now in Washington pied a prominent position among Interest ventive of many.suicide A:Indbeen run down dlicovurecl system 1
aid wilt:! prevent fatality when Burnt),
ear 1'lcert and Piles threaten Only23o that the .United States will the Florida republicans, and at despondency invariably precede'
at H.' E. MuOencny( &; lira.,drug store. land troops in Colombia, ostensibly the time of his death was the end prevent Bometbiug that condition has been which found makes that \

anarchists L to maintain order and Florida me-mber of the 'Republican likely. At the Oral thought of self "
The immigration protect lion take Electric!: Bitters. It being a lfI' : '
National Committee tonlo and nervine will strengthen the
the Panama railway, and ,
is barred by the new law which and build up the svatem. It's also a .
into effect 1st but will not withdraw them but will Stomach,Liver and Kidney regulator. Only
went July unfortunately
8Oo. SailsfHotioo guaranteed 8.
The people of F10ridacan onlybe
there is no provision virtually seize the territory Colombia fooled JlcOeachy& Bro..druggist.
'can't fool
has thus far refused
wher'by those already in this- them twice-so some of these !
country can be striped. lease by treaty. great self-imposed Moses of the "
... .. .. I !
i 1 political faith in Florida mightas | Just Received ...
;; *:. "Leave the trusts alone and The report from Buzzard's well shut up shop and go out r '
they will fall of theirown might," Bay, that Mr Cleveland has been of busines.-Short talk inTimes- a solid car of t> 1 ""
.( l
says a high tariff organ. Yes, seen walking the floor the past Union. ;

but isn't this rather tough on the.. several nights, is perhaps true That is right, Bro. A., certain Rex BilggfcMand : ,

innocent bystanders who are but it* should not be supposedthat prospective candidate who is they must be sold Com

sure to get caught in the ruins. he was thinking about the keeping the people guessing has get you one. :

a a 'presidential nomination. Domestic fooled the' people of. Florida ,at ,
v Texas farmers'driven out of policy engages the old states least once, but he wont have the 'V1iy- ",vn1JL : :

cotton: raising by the boll weevil man's attention. opportunity to do so again. His when'you can ride In a Rood
are turning their in office
attention to days are.numbered. buxtcjr. We sell them 'on ,
I' .
Alfalfa raising and are makingat I I Five Florida pear trees, not I I II terms to suit the purchaser. :
least fou..timc as much profit fertilized and not cared for have I Why is it that some few, 'heel :

'as they Inade out of cotton. Al- brought their owner, $33 this ers,' we'might call]] them, of the Lay aside :

falfa grows well in Florida, too. year. This is not exactly pick present administration has proclaimed }
.. the fact that the that old rattling,broke-down I
ing up money in the road, but it governor : '
A correspondent sends to the is picking it off trees, which is has reduced the state tax? wagon and ut :you a new" I,
London Globe a list of "bowlers" Some even so far to "a :
difficult. as
not much more The go say one._We cao..11 it to you:
perpetrated by British school man who thinks Florida soil is big reduction has been made; :
at a very low price;:
children and collected, by the not a profitable investment does last year the tax levy for state I

master. On the nature of gases, not know a good thing when he purposes was '5 mills; the levy lso : '+,;
"An has eight sides." In I
oxygen sees this year is 5 mills, identicallythe
natural history, "A cuckoo is a same only divided a little It you want harness,saddle, :
bird that does not lay' its own An' nsurrection is in 'progress different. Why do they 'do it? ,plow or'plow!pear, you can't :
egg "a mosquito is a child oft in Eastern Cuba. It is to be ,
; hop It looks like a little slick political do betti-r! than to get It from '
black and white parents," and ed that it will be promptly, sup- subterfuge, but it won't work ,

"a blizzard} : is the inside of fowl.' pressed; If the Cubans decide with those who read. us :I l :':..
In the geography, the following: to.follow the lead of their revolutionary -- -. -- Our storeIs : "MI

"The equator is a menagerie lion neighbors 'and inaugurate Girls are weak creatures! says I, I '

running round the earth through a reign of chaos instead of the funny man, yet, it is an acknowledged headquarter for alt bean )

Africa;" "a meridian is the placer law, sooner or later the island fact, that the weak articles.EYERITT. t : .

.thev keep the time," and wilfbe annexed to the United est of them is capable of throw- ,I < : -

0 'the inhabitants of Paris are called :, States, and its people made to ing a' strong man over, with NOKNE. ,, .. ....eere.Ial.... hw.PI'Lena-.. .. The etreoefil

Parasites." behavTimesUnion.. '" the greatest ease. ,I =tNw r.1hMatAwfkaas a.cll.."_.,,',......,c.a,_.-wr.k......o.fep.rythwwsaw l aZar.1 dt.I'W.siXkisrd.

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r'p.. J.M'. Tuggle, : THE BANNER !

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g, 'dPROPRI6TORF. rout Office I> ctory. FOLEY'S a

"'' & SaleTABLL II "
F' ed
Livery, Office hours 7:30 a. m. to -:3O: p.m.; ex :: ,
.ePp/SUnda/ VII. '
., ifl.OHIP .t'houud mall\ clo.-'''s at 10:30 a.m .
.yrV'-- West-bound mall closes at 8:3O p.m..
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 u m.. I
&Y FLfV. ..: itLOtlilLLB -* \ and (rave at IS: in.dallv. except Sundays; :

Mall from Orange Hill. Bay head and bt.
Andrews arrives at a, and loaves at .
Good T ams and Drivers Can Be a.m. dally, except Sunday. KIDNEY CURE.
b I .Sunday hours: I tf:00: a. m. to 11:911 a. mM ,
Had At Any Time. -- and from S.K(( p.m. t.m. ,
Money Orders 1..811M l at all hours when
Dru nner.Otflt. a Specialty.
7. olUce t la open, except Sundays. -

.. > J. H. ALLEY, P. M.
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& M8HVII.LE RII. Tully TABLE.MBS. OUR CLUKHINO LIST. Guaranteed for All Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Is Safe and SureFOLEY'S

n.UIlUtR and Smml-weekly! Atlanta

'wu %:WEI.A.N'X)NEW OEbLF16NE3No. : Journal, per year !
'" 4. No. 2, Na L No. I KASSKR and Thrlce'.'week New York

,.. '12:3.1 b'n 11:00 p m L.... .l"'o afflla.. ..&r 1:00.( m &:00 pm World per year (1.00.( KIDNEY CURE =-
& 2:22pm 1:02am ......Flomaton,...Lr :$:3.'Ialll !::JOplD BANNKK and Semi-weekly.Tlmes-Un-.
.- &;Upm Z:5.'Iam .:.... Mob/le./ .. .... 12:3" Ia't 1:2 pm on and C'HIr.en, per year, tl.MX,

tl:25, p an '1:30-) pm ....New Orl ans..,. 8\10 p m 9:3: m- BXNMBM: and Home and Farm per Teartl.2a cures the most obstinate cases of

,,,j 1o. 2. No. t. No. I. Na __ kidney and bladder diseases.
11:05pm 1:3.1pna "........ nR& ola..Ar &:ooem 5tnam THK SENATOR'S SHARK.! !: '
: :
'. 0:13am 5:311pin Ar..Montgamery ..1." )I:1: a m 9:35 pm It supplies the kidneys with the 0 LEY'S

.11$9 a m 9:12 pm..... Ulrmlo.ham ..... 8:33 am 4:00" ID Nenatur Til Imaft/ tells of an old darky
"t 2:30am 8.lrsm: .. ....i.oaievllle. .._.n 1U3pm !:45 am substances they need to build up
,. 7:30am 11i9am ... ...Clnelnsstl; .... Itoopft UIJpm Iahisempluythatheonce' permitted to
7:10am 1:30pm ... ...St.. Louts. ...... In"m 8lJpm: make use of certain land for farming purr the worn out tissues.
condition that the dark should
a%' l.Kaeul. luul t/ver ..iuetion.a' pones on '
'No. 21. No. So Names Stations. }To. 2. Ii No. u. give to the senator! one-fonrth of the crop( It cure Bright's Disease and K !! [_

., I D..IIr: I Dally I (No sutpwhereleaotehows) I Dally I Ually raised.. Diabetes if taken in time and a
-' ,
Jlllia'r.! 700am'l..v. Pensscols Ar. W b0 p w 6 3lyp, m At the harvesting of the crop the senator f

t U U" 713 ...- Uohemla 10 II" son"( was aniawd M find that the darky slight disorder yields readily to the Cures Used ,,

1220 .716 Yniestrs 10 31" 601 .". bad not kept. his part of the agreement.,
wonderful curative of this
18" llscanbia
1221 1034" 55 7 power
1935 725 Mina 1031" 545fU !\ .. for, while he hauled, away three w
":; 3o! 728 ..... Ifarf 10 n". 540 ... loads of produce, be had not tmut a: single I great medicine.It I

12 60 1 So" flair Lily : S1 .'.. Ode tu the. senator') burn. Tlllman call- sooths

:1w).," 719 Milton 10Ire. I. 520 and heals the urinary Most !
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Good ed the negro's attention r'II the fact that
-.3'1 am Range 453C .
1:1.\: 615 .. 1I0ise g 3S" "So" uI I I he had taken the entire crop asking: I II organs and Invigorates the whole I
: JU" 830 MIiURao 211" 11"I ,. Now, how's that,>? Wasn't I to( .,, Chronic Skillful I
: 33 '' 8311" Creuvlew 913 4U/ system. If your kidneys are deranged -
.. .' .. receive a fourth of the crop? i
son" 866 Deer Land "n .3 3. J
t- D
3 U'" II 10 .. Mosey UPad 8 W" 316 ., \j "You was, Massa Tllltnan, you wan." commence by taking Special-

'f1 403" 11-35". .. Dft Funlale Springs 813':1143": .. I excitedly exclaimed the darky; "but Kidney )I

r 418 t'. 94$ .. ArlllfI '1 U".. 2Si dera's only throe luuds, sah, only three
.4 40) 9 (S 7 Ponce dp.LeoIl .7 211\ '8 U" fists
500 ,. 1010 .... W4.lfJtvll1e 717 .. i lay :: I I [JO .dIl.I"-] New York Times.THESTAiILEMAN'S. and

I '\U8 1015 CarfvUlft 713: au" ...
'.. .FOLEY'S
-. 533' 1l'30 .. BenHay ,,)55 127. u. P&AN. for all

e&1'III... 1107." .. Cotloond Chlplpy ale 637 .,, IMn'o', .. ; Bladder N
6IS .
830 1238
.. .. .. On one occasion a famous clergyman
1125 Marianna
600 1211
-. 'V .. .. witnessed the tact of a stableman In cottx-
:/. .'.t. '130 140 1162 1145 .. ( rand Cyprp Ridge .311 632: .. .1IUa'QI: 11" ':' log a recalcitrant colt. Into his stall aud Dig-
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't' i<; 1 Sit 1202 HnO\&ds 521 "n; lON! ) soothing. him until completely reconcil and

'.J,.. ., S15 River 'Junction Lv. 1510 _" !tOMm ed. Having expressed his congratulations -

L _- H. .. .'_-- he remarked. with a touch of mel I Iancholy eases E Bladder

"", ,;=. .. I D.coa.elous Humor.t : at once. It will make' you well. .

,. .... With the unconscious humor of the
: "I wish I could get the worklngaien of Dis-

:'. school: room -and the examination -we my parish Into church as easily as you
I A Physician Healed; Now Prtserlbes It I Dally .
I are familiar but In this 'l'e8pect.the.. get. your young horses into their' stalls. ,
:.:,., prayer meeting and the board meeting Thomas." I Dr. Ceo. Ewing a practicing physician at Smith's Ouaranteed eases

fO';. .. that doles: out parlsu. relief remain almost "Well sir," said Thomas "I should Grove Ky., for over thirty!: years, writes his personal .y

untouched sources of fun. think could done experience with FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE: "For years
it ba -
pruvldln' you understands
l I have been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder
; : ..:.., Recently a trembling old lady at the nature of 'em an* gives trouble and enlarged prostate gland. ,,1 used everything

; '. '-" t tw CcmJel"welJ cppoarod for parish relief) your mind to It. known to the profession out relief, until I commenced "
in ;", "But vrtiat Is your I
.., that Ire cannot sport you?" -"[ Jease. horses, but workliimuen-that. was .a I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now

...'"#I';...'.. air," she replied! "he's only o'mllllon- different matter. I I I daily In my practice and heartily recommend its use to all kcYtIrI ,
." '
,:. .': tli-e." Amid l the ensuing laughter they Perhaps you'll think It over aid let physicians for such troubles for I can honestly! state I nave.
it in hundreds 01 with success. .
learned that what she meant was com- me know your method,*' -ho dually sug I I prescribed cases perfect :

CECELIA slowOr IIIls819UI1I1... gested. I I Had to Get Up Several Time Every Night A ,

Also quite recently nt a prayer meet- Thomas promised, and, being appealedto
Nabs dalx.
tor, Eatr
lug where the worshipers:; wished for a few days later was ready with. bin 'I Mr. F. Arnold, Arnold la., writes: U I was troubled
with kidney disease about three I was I'IUP.UtED! ONLY DW .
years. nervous
health of
restoration some
176 Warren Avenue the to method. I I
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and all run down, and had to get up several times
,. CnicAoo ILL. Oct.22. 1902. one* of them prayed. "O God restore "And you think you have hit on a planto the night, but three bottles of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE FOLEY & COMPANY' .

For nearly four years I suffered unto us our brother If It <\loth not In- get. workingmen to church. Thomas?" effected a complete cure. I feel than I ever did I
{ from ...,iaa troubles. Tbe doctor : .better C:1f1cAQO.: ILLINOIS
The alt- "
s terfere! with tby perquisites. "I think no, sir. and recommend it to my friends. h
| insisted on an operation as the I nation was saved "by the exclamationof "And how would you?" LLL: A.

only way to pet: -well., 1, however, an Intelligent: ,listener: "UllIelulahl'l'be "Blindfold '4'10 an' back 'em In," said TWO SIZES 600 and .$1.OO n

strongly objected to an operation.
husband felt disheartened Lord knows 'wuut be. means!"- Thomas..-Kaunas City Independent.
My London Chronicle. 0. K.: MeUEACUY( BKO Chlploy, Kin. Dr UU CK Vernon Kin.
well as 1, for borne with a sick
woman is a diecorisolate place at -.---- I CARRIED OUT Ills PLANS. ,

best. A friendly druggist advised, The Hermit c.... 1 Coronation C: .nder.. We promptly obtain U.a. and Foreign

..' him to get a LoWe of Wine of | Gently crack the shell of the whelk, A millionaire bad died.' There had There were ull sorts of Ijluudcrs made I Do .'

Cardui tor me to try,and be did so. I II for will find it almost Impossible tc been great. apparent grief among thane. at Queen Victoria's coronation, and the

began to( improve in a few days and extract you the occupant alive otherwise, who had been substantially remem queen never knew wlint she was to do You ..

my recovery was very rapid. With1in bered. Aud some' real-for-suro regret ''next. They made her leave !her chair'
and will sea what be pardoned
you may
eighteen weeks I was another you among those who had, expected to, but before .
for supposing' miniature lobster and enter St. Edwl6r<1'11! chupol
being. a hadn't. got. a dollar, i the prayer was concluded. much to the Take} doii.1 model sKucoti or DhotoMlratntloolot) <
but which In reality belongs to anoilier free report nil ll.ntal'111tr.; For free book fUotvto8octirafj
The funeral was over. The million.alre'li dsconflture! of the arcUKMiop.! : writpatAntn
distinct: species uuinely the.,hermit ] rC MflRITQ
crab. 1'agurns bcruhnrdus. VVbetliei ton' had :zatbered for confereucn. The ruby coronation |fln;:. nccordlnj i>n.| I (o

;)I.'. be.>.has obtnlned occupancy by force Among the put plans of the old man's declining to the rubric, should K*> oil the*fourth THE BANNER ?

, ;t... of decease ol, days was a magultlceqt palace ont anger. In this cnae the ring had been
arms or merely through
" ::' ..f'I letter shows every whose style of construction/ he bad disagreed made for the little anger; which the 1
l; .-. woman bow. a home is saddened by the original tenant Is a luoat: point, lu-.l with every'other member of the the If hot
'. queen accordingly held out when
female weaknes and completely the first supposition Is highly probable,
little family; I proper time came. Tbe archbishop! refused )pposito U. S. Patent Office<
Wise of. Cardni cores that sickI as he la a moat belligerent cus
:. : I ness and brings health and harroipasa4Tain. I IJ' tomer. I "You wilT remember," said ;he' eldest to put It on that Anger aud wild Why not? WASHINGTON D. C.

..:. Do nodtrgoon suffer- An amusing scene may lie wUhcjgeed son, choking back his emotion wonderfully It must KO on the fourth. The queen
. I well "that It was tho last request she. could
Oo that
I to today remonstrated declaring
\ Ing.
;: by placing several, hermit crabs deprlved We will send TH12 BANNER post |>ak. 6O YEARS
'.,' ; and secure a 1.00 bottle of Wineof of their sheila In an ordinary souj), that we carry out every plan he bad made not hot It on. but the nrchl Uop Insist- to any address, for ft per year; Oo. for six: EXPERIENCECOPVRiaHTS

: ; Cardui.. r lute with a little sea water And somecmpty'shellafewer regarding the new house." ed that It bad to go. Accordingly tbe months: 2oo, for three months.

'.\krr WINetCAA IJI sheila than crab I 1 "Yes" they groaned In chorus. other rings were token off. and tbe

The fighting and struggling to ecure'houws : "Well, I have arranged that It be done.. new out wild forced on with such pnln OrWe

I Thereupon ho piled all the plans of bill its tbe
,- la ludicrous In the extreme. On e, that na soon crrriuony was over will send Tun BANNER and the
'way father's architect Into a large waste basket the queen hud to( bathe her finger In Ice
be eeeu! almost successful In moorIng New Yrok TbrloeaVClkY'orld, one yea:
and bore them. triumphantly. out to water to yet It off." -Saturday E'ellugI' ( lor $1.6. -
FoleY's-Kldney Cure' : himself within a shell which, bj I
the rubbish bin In the back-alloy TRADE MARK.DEIIIONS .
the way, is effected by means of tlif, I Fonn lllnjt.. Or
metres klday and bladder right. "I that It Is
shelly: plates at tbe extremity of bli I may say truthfully I For the humanity of parents let It be 4.C.esorlptlon .

soft and twisted tall, when another, are to carry but. the plans, even thoughr :1 said also that the police recon'a show A"nrnne sendlnq: .r"I and; miy
We will send THH BAKNBR and tbe ,. .
we disagreed In their forming," replied qnltikly Maoertuiii ou I e wnatliftr an
seizes him by the nape of the'Deck., ai I the! percentage of .foundlings increases Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year,for$lJ1O "hr.L eomo.nnlrrtlnn..trlatllOndd.nU.IHANDBU6t .
1 ,
the he returned with Hiumiur .
i I young man as the on ;
It were; and be Is dragged reluctantlyforth. lu summer and decicnses as regularly out fur iMiuurUig UMt ntn.

The erlcter still holds him struggling empty basket.Baltimore American. with the oncoming of winter. It la another OrII .ped l' al l aofLCO'wlthout, : :ohs:f Munn lu tha 4 Lu; tuoelraera .

at claws' length and not until b e interesting fact that hard times

Seeds himself Is sufHy ensconced does he re- COLUMBUS' D09K. mean more foundlings! and this maybe you want all three papers-TH a Scientific Jlm rican.A .
the Kind ltiignlsb bla grasp.-Chaiubers'Journal taken as a corrolioratltu! of tbe the: BANNxalbeNewYnrk World The At- "anda< Illnntmtwl w.."1,.. T.rBHt elreulHtloii -
Uurphygboro, III., diftpafch to the Junta J'luroul' -\V will make the extremely i>r any unlentlda liiunml' Turin'J .
that Leads Kansas Oltf Journal under date of June ory of one of the oldest and tuoxt hu- low price of only 23. for the three papers. Tnnri Solar nii>ntb",$L Bold brali, Tie ilB lem.-

' -. Id 411Iea1eR POINTED PABAOE: Arn 111 nays: mane captulps In the police dejmrtmcut. UNN & Co 861Dr..dw.y" New York ""

1903.edA..uts wbo would never believe: that Today Is the acceptable time to subscribe .Hraor 1.0-. _r Bt.W..blDjltun.. ;
pe c +a (roe to all Ono-slded quarrels. never, lift. long., A book In script, on parchment, purporting .-
abandoned tor
wP to be the secret log book of Christopher any Infant was except
.a...... .
QM.F.wy aN"D.bW1. Well-bred people are not a)ways of. the I the reason that there were Already too THE BAMK.
Columbus; his of
.Yi.a. on Herat voyage TELL ALL YOUR
upper crust. many mouths !In tbe house tj: teed.
dl eover), Is In possession of Frank 'I I
A man seldom realizes bow much he, Beeves, a resident of Murphysboro, livIng This particular police' captain would Chi Icy. Fill. SUFFERINGFRIENDS
I look tbe foundling when! the putrol-
.can't. do until be tries.Aulomobllerand !. at 108 tipnth Fourth Street.This I lit WHAT
I mUll brought I.n. from his post grunt
book Is a record of !the events and y's Honey Tar
r lynching parties travel | and then say: "Ot! It to( the hospital and
of the. secret hopes and fears of the. great G.
at a break-neck pace. quick. They can afford to feed It : torchlldren.saf .surc. Mo opiates. t- 1
t1J BANNER SALVEr navigator his first. voyage across> the "
Is the. only road on the I there. There's too many inoutliujn thehouse I
Success: map Atlantic The record begins when the I F.
the moat healing salv* In the world. I leads where that came fruui-God forgive r .
that to prosperity- fleet of thrco .small vessel left Pales, SoftHarness
r; 'era.' But la this charitable view \
e zew.tyt r /
Spain August: 3, 14U2, and continues complete -
A Blander.To" I .If money talkstha change that Is toolIng the old police captain Is not supportedby p.
! ; until the two vessels that returned I
to must. be back talk.
you of his fellows.Alnalee's.Why .
.i::. ay that very man has his priced I from the New World were caught In a many HAS DONE FOR YOU.
d'' to deny the existence of the great The wise man enjoys the little he ba terrific storm about 200 miles west of the
.... AllCaambor. Nmrfccrry 8. CIt I
.. iN men who hare cUed. for their faith and while the fool Is seeking for more. Asores. Ire Liked llentr. I nlegrentplreoiretnstatettatU. ,I.I I.
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their NOOIlf ae. : TIs the last Wearily: plodding! through a pile of 'Tea F. P. ('....II..'. ftmmlf Panacea) has I
At this Tanli I
the toot
country. stage of when Columbus am *
;:f out of the I The sailor Is always glad to see a lighthouse / voyage compositions brought. from school for nrt'.. M molt ..your. gJav cured! me of Whites and FuUinv of the<
;! t of n knave and Issuea I and his ( (
plea had all Womb.
t'; crew -.rIven. op I And tough wwlr. t
..fir .- month or a fool. Tb sterling strength ,: ,, but It's different with the actor hope of weathering: the. gale the last entrance corrections, this teacher suddenly burst- ucla,*M EUREKA' II.../. Mr;. P..,.*.l. 11......., Tampa, fla.-d. F. <
Into boisterous I Oil You caD Genilla's. renal. Panaeea) lin cured'me
1 d laughter. aoa" P. ( ?
r of men and woman rebuke. It every Some men are easily excited, bat the Is made that. the secret log was Ivim'tn-n. lu of Ulerate Womb and Whites.ra. .
where.-Schoolmaster. placed In a secure box and cast over "What Is Itr asked his roommate but< lwir m* Jontf .4 M 8. J. Stewart, Ilkel.... Ala.-I am
: :. carpenter manages to. !keep bin spirit-. board. In the hope that It might reach who was engaged In a similar task. onlinarli/; would. ... safely through < i'-
1ti< level, the shores of Europe and be picked up "Llstett."said the amused pedagogue, berg ,. attendant the If'
. ; .. ;: -Wltiy .' and the people would thereby learn the Liur O. f- P.((6"ncl., '. reaalePO.eet1.
;;, ". .-'.Having' once lost .a caseIn New When Itcatna to being welt preserved cruel fate which had overtaken tbe great. "and perhaps you will be able to read EUBHKAHarness ... Jaka Now.... H...*.....,, re...-For
discoverer' and his between the lines. seven months mr wife was enable to
'" York. Coanselor Nolan sadly remarked. : Lot's wife!! had all her female acquaintances crew. .i it "r l-andlo. her bab,.. Pix'\ bottles
i' U. I I.* written In and "
"'- "" quaint language 1 asked class yesterday to writea ,
little likely to got Uock. ritO. p. P (Senile' Femal Faaaeca)
: cllevjbj beat a Oil!
poor the Is .. .
that of
r)1) orthography 4UO ve r alii!) brief composition on tbelr favorite Sins restored; her to health.Him. .
tit :j_ Jost .,done here until the. Judgment It gives a. vivid description of tile dis Jails Aadraa. Cll.a. fla.-I have
.. )" Probably nothing Jars an angryman ,'overy.nd of tb, disappointment Co* author. Here Is what one boy says: .at..a poorlocktnt b.rn been nth<.'Iyrelievedbxb.F.P.eerst'e'a : -
;;\ : day.
"; .qy I; ,. eounaeloreatd the conrt. "!fJ like the presence of a aelf-cloaing springon umbus.,when he failed to 'find either gold "Henty Is my first choice among .w 1IU: nw. J.....1. af I reaial .........1) of the moat> intense -
; : "Well ,r splras bn the tropical Islands which beNlted. pur. liitavy bodlvd oft cwcl *- utforinr.. pnxlucecl by a comp -
; a door he wants to slam. story writer. I like him very much. | ttj..' :. I have _an opportunity I'll! pleadfor JI !. .UUM! ibo v.- > ieatinno Worn"troubleg. .
One of his stories In
the poor woman myself ou that day. Mr. Reeves received the. book from an pnrtlcplar pleasesme. -If oomplleatlan art.* la your CM*..bleb fmtq
F.: 5:; Many a woman's prematurely 'gray their Solt overywbon anrlerMtand, writ I. "lIu..._ for _
Nolan "will rid Uerman family in Cincinnati several, It tells of bow the boys gave not ""
V. honor, replied ,, acs-.ll lae.M24j4 .
"Your oiL.
adl to I
thatJay. hairs can be traced to her marriage'witha .' years ago..He. baa been offered, .a handsome teucber a coat of tar and feathers "- Gentl; *A OK,lb.tuanaosu.LT.a: .. .ear..

have..troubles of your. own, upon. man whom ihe proposed to.* .reform.'.- ;. price! for the book. New York Times. liSTAAOA.S0\ OIL CO.
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Campbell8. Butler, G NERALlei MERCHANDISE: ,

Ca.rrv: the Xoaa.rges1: SStoolt; :: :Ix.. 6J T ISmtiu: : torJt Co. t't'e

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

OUts the leading store in the county. Just now we are beginning. bur 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 give us a chance to figure.with you. _

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:I bON for mi'n>ina. shoe*' for papa, and Every registered voter In the II ITEM A pplkad.a r.rT.x Deed.Rothe I Flint Judicial Circuit of Florida.

Camrchi l>lr *'.rv. then' for all the children at Callaway ACo. I will get a copy of the law required' are polling fodder I b) brnby ..... tb.t Jjemtu Whitsb.rstpaahne.d Circuit Court Ie C.wtcasr ef Waaamxton. Gent. .
: *. Tax Cortitcate No. tn. dated the let I
M. E. Church South.-Preaching every 1 published; we ask jon to preserve dayciJetyA./41101y ha. Alrd said certidcat Alfred. G. Tanton, Compramaat tm. .
1st and 3rd Rev. W P. Richardson and wire and I section Js damaged in and baa mad ... >
Sunday at 11 m. and 8 p. m. for future reference; they will be ,i>ffica> .pI'a. Mary P.Jenka. Harian ....".. I Foede.ts.1adarhst4Jrn.r.HaltirK.T. .
and deed te..u in I'I1.wit.. I Bald orrtlBcatc
Q. N. Wln lfl' Pastor. ralu. acD> aw -
MlM Lonlhcb.rdlJOn. St.Andrewarecuperating. .. I
are I .r
&Qt to I ml 1 .MI deaoilxid pnorrityttnotedtn .odea. ,
700.. >racBatn Sabbath K. I
School 1O a. m 1. Miller [ : u has been quite ill with W.i>>....- oe.ty.I"I._ toHrit: lat ten Harry R. Jenka.cad baorav I
,Superintendent. We return our thank to the Improving at present i 18. elf .f el-Sfc. 4. Tp. 4 N. Kaaxo. 13 I. Jenka. __ta. J
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. I I 1 In.. T..1d .land tll'.t at the data It ordered thatlb.sid Respondents,'Battle i
the of
.Young Men' prayer meeting Tuesday When yon( want anything' In way County Comml.sxlon.-rs:, for favors of Bonl ,. Is visit. d the Ifmaaa rf .1Idr! ccrtificam hi t........* fd R. T........ Harry R. Jenka and KenrxeL. Jenkaanhenfiyreqalred
nights. Everybody cordially invited.Baptist dram, call and see 11"'._>. E. McOeaeliy ..nd..11\\ and show oar Gad! Yates and faml-j!I C J WhitehmU DblBM aaM errtiScml.ahaU Iwndeeawd to appear t. tINt till Idled'
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& CoEditor. 1 acoirdinv telaw. tax died will IHIIUthrmwlovtbeythdarH acabnt them ta the above......caaa an the 7th
tion of such/ favors by doing I I Aaxmat. A. D. 1..OX day of September. A. It. 14O3LItlanrrtherordendtkatthlaord'ef
Church 2nd
-Preaching and wife of \
every CarvvIUc
W. J>. William. of Wentvllle. Witness my HBcial Bixnat ai.aad sal Uria the W pabliah.ed .
and 4th Snndav. 8. B. Rogers pastor. and prompt work.It meeting at Union Z8tk day of JaI)'. A. 1>.903. for lonr innoi.nitire. weetea tn tho Chlptey Ban-
Sabbath School 3 p, m. J. D. ForresteSnperlnteneent. came over Monday. ; while hens he paidus (Seal) W. C. IxKicar.Cferk nrr a nenwpaper imblfebed fa the town.of CMpley.

a pleasant call. la about time for some of our and wife of CIrcuU Court WaaMnxtoa Co.. Florida.KatkB ate Conaty ant State..
Prayer W itne.t hand and anal of sold Court thin
Meeting Wednesday night my
otic citizens to .
announce parents Mr and Mrs. the 29th of < .
Remain' her that Coolers Horn la the place A .tca.... r. T.x ...... day July i XS.CopycfSenU .
.. week. W.
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? .g ; 11 : 2" g i : 2 : 2 i to to get your shoe Every'pair guar mayor as one, party said "not
Clerk ol aid Court.
la hrnby dare that Sarah K. Meal.paichaser .
anteed. money there Is In It, but for the and family hay Just nt Tax c..rtUkaw Mo. ..... dated theist
Town t'n Co.. Ala.. where < ... Nail*'. vfAppllratlaairor Tax Bedl.KotfcK .
Topics. let hear from day fd .Jo_ A. I>.lK ll. filed ash certUIcatv ,
Messrs. John Campbell and AIII WeColsky us yon, visiting relatives
In my office cad baa made application leg tax
to horeby riven that S. Sirid....... awr. .,
lflf@I50B1Bli/ left Thursday morning for an outing Messrs.. T. A. Jennings and Mr. has just return deed to.....I. aeardam with law. Said CEPtWcat chamref Tax CftU ca.. dated the tat ,,. a
< where she has been rmbraaa the Wlewias:deaoribed: propertyitaated day el Jaly A. D. f*>l. baa .led sail certlftcatahi .
Rwway Pnrnamvne Gntb r.dl T....... at St. Andrews. of Savannah Ga., representing: the with her sister -Mrs. In W..hln. .toti coanty. Florida. towlt: my oBio. and has. wade applicallon Inr ,..''. -. .'.. '
"or H..... ......... : SWI-1dNWl-4dlhaawlsTp.2lt.ltl1?' W. d_ aucndanoa.|U .... SaM aorttcateembranatbahillowina -
Don't fall. to call on Cook for :yonr I WIlliam. Land Co.. were here onntainniB 40 acraa more or Ira*. The. aaid land ; daacribnd proprrtyaHnated

8 = B : 2 : .: g : 8 !.t-o; ; & ; g : lawn, etc. Everything at a discount to( evening and went out to Vernon happened to the mls- I keina-aMwa_ atthvdateol.tbehanancnof ancticertiacate .. In Wanhinclna. 0_'. Florida towH:
clone out.Rev out about one Inch of the In thoaaanci Unkaowa. Drier aaid I BEX of SW". &.. a. Tit :t North of Ranxn U W.
ANNOUNCItMJCNTS.Jo'OR buslftVss. : certificate Mhall. redtarmed aaarrrdbfaT. to law
to transact: T be aaid land being aaMwwd at tha date of" the
last Monday night. tax deed will taane theraon on tho llUl day ofAutnat.
I kwaaace4rf aach certificate to the named K. s.
MARSIIAL. L. D. Geiger, of Apopka, Fla., The Board of County was the cause.! A. D. 1'03L Harris. tTntaea aaid ortincata allan bo -nuloeaa.edaixixiflnx'telaw.taxdeod .
Wednesday hero the of Mr. i sonny my official' alanatxra a Meal this the will tens tborooon
By request of my many friends I hereby an> guest .
In session and llth of D. 1VUXISeaf.
were Monday, day Jaly. A. the Zted day of Attaint A. D. loaxWhneaaanr
Bounce myaell a candidate City Manbal. and Mrs. E. N. Drkle.I S B1UOOD. ( .) XV.C. Cocbey.
nuwber I official niimatara. and anlthfa .thn18th
W. W. HAavxr. of of those*
grievance a Clerk her first two bates of day of'aI,. A. I>. MO.Sr.1.1 .
FOR MAIIS1IAI. I Wo are not\ glvlr-" away woods /'InltA. property value" were raised at the July SJih. The cotton ( W.C lackey. M1t.Ite..fApplledl.w
bnt we are mocking the man who ..dld.r .- Clerk Circuit: Coart Wa hiessl.a Co. Florida.
The board refused to Shorter Weeks and )II..I.r....1111. "*TauK Deed.
At the earned anlidtatim of my frirtnd I 'hereby I Wells Bros. meeting '
Johnson Co.
& for tOe
announce mynelf caadUlate for Uarahal of their action In a number of cases. Notice". horrhy afm i that E. W. Sapp. evrwchuer far Tax 1BeeoI.
: The two bales weighed: ..
Hi T Crrtificaxtt Nn. amt dated the let
,a tember election. Thanhinwyoa in adrance for r Mr. J. M. Crlplar a prominent saw rel'pecl.lvel-Uh day e'' J.,,.. A. I). I-WU" baa Bled said certificate ICntioa. hereby glean that 3. A. Rnaw par.
your_Dport. I am Very Kenpectfally. mill man of/Narlannti. was one of the The City, Connell met III regular I in my idles and baa wads application per tax chum-elT Cert.ftIa: _Mca.34k and 4.% dated S, .
A. M. ws' 'nwa. Tuesday night transacted .. dims to fcouw in aonrdanoo with law. SaId certihraoaa the let day of 3ely. .A. l>. 19O1. haafilol. aaMcerttncatab y
visitor here Tim'day. &ato_ the k>lli>ir&0adeacri1) d property > aiye routine business, passed one XCCIDatNl. "itaatcd in Wa..htnirla> 0....')'. 'II'.ridi. twit: for tax dad to haw n acnnlance with, .. &aktcrrtiBcatrv .
FOR MARSHAL I am offering my entire Tins of white :35th. JlttlftSyear I NKr4SK}$. Snc.7. 'r". ISK.. 1 W. 1b said. embracen tha fellow mx dnacribod property
I take t hi* mean of publicly announcing to the and colored lawn at a discount of 2S per rotative to qualified electors- colored citizen of., land'a.' ...i iia..eo ofanch ......_ in Waahmxton meat!. Florida.. to-
a certificate hi the aaaw nl Ira Bailer. Ualue wit; N VM of NE" tee 15 acne hi anrtbwvKt cor-
pooplo of Chlplep. that I am a candidate for neluctinn cent.-S. A. Cook. registration/ books and ordered the ?
to tha allies II election held 23d. 0' hold of a loaded deed will IMMM thereon... the 8W{ af HEX and HWH ... gyp
hind fur the pant two yenta I have alwaya eJideavnred Five times the amount of hay ever saved September gan. \ Bud day of SK1-4 ef NIQ. aad
to do my duty and shall awitinua. to do toward him over a cheat of A.._to A. I>. IVttJ.WitnoaamyoaKtalidirnataraaadieal. NWtI.SWI-4t9 c.l.Tp.4Noeth of Range
an tf elected retain. Snlidtina Tour mipport and before In one season will be cut In We heard a young lady remark gun was pulled back this the 15"'. TIleill IaN being aHMaanf at I hodatenf ''to'
I Bkh day ol July. A. D. 19e0.tvim'sslCivit tbeaianaifca. ef earn certiucatea tn tile
vote am KoHpnctfuUy. n tired the load Into the
F.' M.F.' ."loa : this vicinity this year. daya-ago that Chlpley was the first ( W. C. Inckvr. RacffW.CW".dk Unkmwn and C- B. 4
". she "that the him Instantly. Court Vaahinatna Co, Florida.KOT1CE RKB. nnteeaaaalcertiacataaahallbe n nimaii.nlaomnfina
: If yon want suspenders of any description ever seen young r -----I tax deed wilt anou thereon. onUnrZinddaiiof y

_: PanU at Cook's at any old price, try Brooks & Uod- boys nearly all run by steam;" she CJLTTbB. : FOR Y11BLiCATtON.Depattwat i A. D.I9O3LWitnoaaaiycflKialaiBnatam
and aaal Una tn
Vernon.Mr. .
r Pants a specialty at Cook's. wln poses they do. a* she can set the : Fla.. Aug. 4th, 1903. of the Interior. I Pith day tf Jnly. AD.. 14U

A. L. McNeil, a prominent naval coming out their months Shame !: rand ORb. at Gamenille. Fla. > Cttal.) W.C. .
N Eggs and chickens wanted at Cook'sIf war with Spain was Jnly: 1.1903. } I Cletk Cinatit Cart Waalrintton,c.v .
stores man, of Wausati. was among. the boys.Mr.. buyers bought ,every KotlcB la hereby .i_ that the hJlowtaxnamndaetUvr
you need a trunk give Cook a call. visitors. here yearling for shipment baa Aled BMKB of rna Intention to make eed.Ndim ..
Saturday, A. M. Watson In this week's final proiit in saopnrt aT hia drive and that said
men In this locality: M lrretq......that Jf... R. C. Bama
pied will be _ad. befnm Cleric Uircnit loom
... A ;Jolly party plckntcked on Holmes All of Wells! Bros clothing are seasonable announces his candidacy. for City i 'from ayearold yearling V_ F).-on A.... THlv >1 creek Tuesd...,.. goods. and they are selling It at ridiculously shal. Mr. Watson la too well old steer, reserving a J. Brown, widow William J. -... decoaxoil.UNnlea day of .J....A. l>. Hfli. bas Bled aaat oarUacata
low prices. milk cows: Since that Fla. Bd.PI'JII: for the 8IOol NIO-4, a..ryd6a.a.dha. aaada application tar tax.: ,90
the of to need El-4of Sl ... andWM fII deed tai ire .in accordama with law. Saal ....-
Anything In feed stuffs at Callawav & people Chlpley .. and thoroughly l SaU-4Laob 31 TPt ,
.: Co.'s. Messrs. S. A. Alford D. J. Jones J.. W. ... stork business thought M. X. 15 went. tincata embrace the kalem!*.dcacribed. pmpert rartnatod
from us. lie served the town In I Be oamea the fnikwtnr wltneanea to purer bincnatiaaoaa I bi Waahinirtm ..--1,. .._.. twit
Williams and A. L. Wells, visited the and I business was ruined mMraoe. ..... and cultivation..l aaid SH of SWX of Swtinn Jo. TP. 3 North oC Range 14
J Mr. J. B. Williams of Gracevllle.\ was a pacity for eight years, how were doing/ Injury to. ...... sic J. B. Varanm. W. I. V......... W.. WeHt. Tbanaid land _.awawwd at tno data.
county capital Monday.We their stock. Now H. .. 1 ol tag awn aiu.planch certificate fci the aiian .ifITrknowa. r
visitor here Wednesday. succeeded, you aro to be the Judge. Taylor. T. T. ... all of Noaw Ma. J'j .
.". since the Kp,,i>"l''h:' W. G. Yebi.wr.. lllI .. Uniaaaaaid kvtjncat0: ehall bo _
must close on t our summer goods, I 01 ._aconrdma- tebw. tax wood will hewn
Every pair'of Cook's shoes are guaranteed. ...remnants etc nnd to do so, are offering We are pleased, to note that the liner and /better Ed.toe paid. RrPtttr. 11w....on the Mad day af A......... I). 1103. ;

them at cost.-Wells Bros. of ChMey will stall have the been Introduced Wi4sssen Meialelects ,ad .at this to +t
Short Horn, and NOTICE rote PTJKUCATIOX. J-aI..A. D. 19UO.
Rev. Fred Schell left last ,,'eekforTeo" of a course of l ctun-Hi"nd & been mixed with the I 1St:1"( : C. .
Mr. Romps and wife of Dothan Ala., I Depart_of the Ie""""' I Coart Waebhi.w.W. c... Florida. '
left and today there j.
nessee to do mission work. this fall and winter. Messrs. ..
Lad Ofbai at Uabnrnllo, Fla. }
Is In the city. for a few days., the guest of good b* .f cattle ranging July 2s. ]'!OJ. ) '

Trunks, trunks trunks and t'rooks. at F. M. and J. B. Farrier. Glen tell us they have secured i worthy or. Noose 'hereby elm that tbnfult Cook's. gant .\&ractlonOf course you f markets In the several baa filed satin 04 his tntunUret to amalcanaipnwlbiaapportajhkidaun I L1J1V1BERFlooring !
1 : county, are well and that said
Why not enjoy yourself by playing the
The School Board held their regular latest S. E. Mcf.Je.achv & Co. afford to tolas them and the -" fattened," (a prod..ill.. made"before Clerk Chen sent at
games. V_ Fla. 10\ IWO. she Lewis 1". Sty.fretUol .
1 on Aox. \
monthly meeting Monday. have. Flinch cards. Only 5Oe>> per net. way Is to'trel. .a season ticket. >1'1'101' to the Western Orange 11 HI.. F!.. Hd. :2KZ27 fur theiwl4 ;

them at the bank and make If those mows Interested .. of _I.... *)t ol awls and ...1... uf n..lBee. -.. .e 4 Celling, r
If Its. a gnn you want pop a cap at Prof. N. E. Ferttg. of Newton. Ala meats for the game' once.ATTENTION : raising will take: no- .a Tp.: N.. R. U weet.He ,
.. .. made In that nanw the foUnwina:ulluxmn to"prwre hhCDntmnoaa Siding.Flolahlag .
-Callaway & Co. and
come in Saturday spent Sunday and
UIJ.I w & ... I and see what nature meidenay npon and cultnraiion; of aid ,
add Dimension staff furnished
t 4 Mrs. Sid Hawk of Jacksonville I Is Monday here with friends.If Lt D.ES. .. decade this (Wash 1 land.,viz:: Jaaioa Ctentaiona, l>an> 1'11'_ WUliani .
: on ?hort notice. You can bnlld without
Pip pen John tkMt.: all Oranda Hill. Fla.W. .
'r visiting Mrs. V. E. Colenmn. you fall to take advantage of onr I am prepared to do any kind of /! adopt themselves .O. :Koeaiaoa.Rd. having U blp your lumber front other R
sacrifice sale during the next TO I days, yon making and gua..nlee8..tI. f"ctlon. : of the Jersey sod otb.1 .he paid. _..-. place, aa It l. roapufartored right here
Trunks cheaper than the cheapest at will always I'1'lJre'Wells Kros suits a specialty. Located at M. K. the investment will pay I at home and the money you spend Is
Callaway & Co.'s. sonage. Dues ItKLLA of the ventures made In NOTICE. kept In l"rrtJlaUoD) her. at home, which

Mr. J. R. Sharp, of Bainbridge< Co., -es aBONIFAY state. Not w*.blng In Moticn.hereby gives that I. Mary B. Jenfca.aaada adds to the business our city and tntnei
Mr O. W. Hudson has. been quite. nick the full breeds for > DbtInI..ho tate spent Sunday evening here, and visited NEWS. r and quantity of m'1! _-.nttall apply by vetoing to the CnoolyJndtfeof a good bourn now and twnpwltbtherapid
but WP hear ho Is much better. > want to see a good Washkwtenmsnly.Notidaa at hm nfBc you "'
Vernon Monday on business. Ice cold drinks at the store. March of our play's( We
drug raised roTtnlr on at V_... in raid clients,en the IflU" day of progreaw.
You can get one oz. Quinine for SO cent Regular services at Baptist reach of the as A...... A. I). 1SUQ, permintina to Hell I at pro will furnish YOU the lumber at market
Miss Maggie: Daniels returned Saturday poor Tone: <
at S. E. McUoachy & Co. vats w p.bltcaate..caaoh".11" themalnaata beloneiaatotnaeatalaoleaidU. price. nee o iw
next /Sunday by Rev. Wilkes.Leonard I and In order to do this,
from a month's visit to relatives at w. JenlMb. or anam GULF COAST A NORTHWESTERN
Mr. F. L. LeBarroo, of Maltland, was Donm of Capt. \ i'U lesson In that direction *thereof. ag shall be iim aury u> pay thednbtaof '
Opellka Ala., and Atlanta Ua. bridge crow was In the city lust us of necessity since the aid-ute. > LUMBER A SAWMILL CO.:
of the visitors here I
one Friday.If war cloned. Mary K. links.A.AdwiniNratds.
Mr. Ed. Schel), of Colorado come in I Mr. J. R. 3) and wife of SEA (.uu. M. R. Prltcnard Man.I .
you want to whittle ask OR bow to visited nlallvt* and l friends here
last week to spend a while with bH! fathA : -
start.-Callaway & Co. -- -- -- -----
The Hartford. \\JL-\ ball team fl I
and mother, .Vt.... and Mrs -J. '.>. Ja2..wkaval... ..._-.-...-_ IN aarre or
in an appearance, as was )
Mr. A Sesaoms of llonlfay, was one of Past -
week. & ZXA54INATION.
the visitors at Vernon Monday F. W. loveless of Pensaco'a: representing DEKLE & CO. Bankers
the Cable Piano Company was Messrs. A. tx* oms and P given that the 'State ,
Call at Cook's and look over Lie line of W. Uwartney miiiltt a business Instruction. has ordered =

pants. Any price and .le.WANTED. : shaking. hands with friends hltre'TnM' Vernon Monday. Examination: for the pur CHIPbEY FLu \.

day. The street running south by the a scholarship In the
.-1O pounds of country raised office Is being out In a much better at I>e Fnnlak This bank: offer Its service for the transaction of all tranche of legitimate

lard; cash paid. Apply here.S. If you want satisfaction that Is satisfaction dition; let the good work goon. : from Ang. 7th and Hih banking. Collection* receiv prompt and careful. attention and all remitted

do your trading at H. A. Cook') W. A. Bryan anti 22nd. All persons In for' on day of payment., at current rate of exchange. al
Rev. of Clilptoy
E McUeachy A: Co. has got 100 02. there you will get satisfaction that sat Porter of the Florida. Baptist, \ the examination will '.=fVe> allrlt Twmr Y../.-Q..-II.;5 ow-
is flew.
of date.
Quinine to atfiOc per ounce.
was visitors( to our town -the latter .. sex: between 18 and

Mr. J. M. Melvin left Tuesday morningfor We are glad to learn that Mr. S. A, of last week. : physically and morally

a business trip to Tanahauee.I I Cook who has been HI\ several months Is The Cnmf.EY BARRKR has. to sign a promise to
some very nice stationary! and not less'" than four of
fan tat f Pants! .Lou of pants at I. much better now. lie Is.' Qulncy under matter for the Jeffersonian : after expiration of the h

Wells Bros store: price IOu! to $N. .1 special treatment. Club of this place.A return the scholarship' .
I cotton and sawmill can pa>>llhe entrance
Mrs. S. A. Alford returned Saturdayfrom Other merchants may kick and squirm ginnery eligible. \ .
soon be In operation at the old ( .
but we.sell the goods why? becanse we please address
a visit to friend at Ronlfay. I I ; place last north of town. Messrs I l .
.sell the best goods at lowest prices. U. U. i'a trrs .
and Strickland Are the proprietors.Key. I -f7
and Cooke Wells Bros. Co. to'pt. Going toQuit
4 Bring your eggs to L*. U. Uelner. of Al Oukn, Fta. ; __.-_ __ .
tore; highest prices guaranteed. Rev J. C. Porter editor of the Florida Secretary of the Baptist .

W. O Butler Jr.. and Buell Cook are Baptist Wltwss, spent a portion of }Florida, delivered two very """ I of Informing I "' '
15.41 my
sermons !Sunday.: :*!W was "" -
spending Ibis week at St. Andrew Thursday here and was a pleaaant visitor ed by the members for mlNloolI. public generally that 1

s""" You can get a /noc bottle of good chill at the BANNEN office.A Mr. Patterson and Miss. Annie \ orHee keep opposite Singer Farrlor sewing : ii i ::.

tonic for 35o at :S. K Mcdeacby & Co. becoming hat U the of Troy, Ala., arrived on ,.. machine fittings etc, .
: crowning glory
last week to visit W. II. Flnney and
i-f and pianos
Mr. E. N. Dekle returned Friday from I of any woman's dress. The Misses Rich fly. of this place Miss Milliard is organs J. M. FARMOB.Reward. I -
ardxon have the material and know how
ter of Mrs. Flnney's. and Sir. '
...a two weeks outing at St. Andrews.As to trim pretty. bats.Cblplny cOII ln. :

i BusIness'
the days get shorter, prices on summer sent quite a good delegation to One of cur merchants. informs us :
goods gets lower at Callaway & Co. onr friend C. P. Lewis came trio, his )" was polsenrd I Friday.
Pensacola last like K
; one day last week to get a l May. which caused his
Miss Lena! Harvey In visiting her slater took advantage of the low rates to spenda for a suit of clothes but did :not reward of ,"75 for evi ,

filr. U a Llddan: at Marlanna. day In the "city by the sea." whether the suit was for himself or the uuprlnclpaled f
Munclnx big boy that arrived who gave the poison. ,

Throw away that goods-box and get a Charlie Setterllnd teats a big broad home a fi'w Jays ago/ RespeVtrnlly .fnillo proue H to you ice !ast 1/OU. ,

trunk from Cook; they are just as cheap. ID last week's Items we ,,/{ D. C. Ketchem. .-
smile these days; It Is a girl and ha saysIt mention an) thlwtg about the .. ) /) call on its and fee for yourself ; "\"

Mr. Dan McCormack, of McNelll's .,11I. Is a One one, too. The mother and the an Democratic Club that was .

was one of the visitors here Tuesday. I little lady Is getting along splendidly In our town.u few I t
that she principles! laid '
Hon. R. r;. Scarlett of Orange Hill ant all 0. K. In every particular lain4i ..rue.: ._ rot say. f\\ '1"
The BAKHKM was designated as the paper "
think It would be a good thing for
transacted business Chlpley Saturday. Florida. lYe mast close out before Oct. 1.
: ,
for this: county to publish laws citizens to become members. We ,

Jnst received a now tot of the celehrated as required by an apt of the last legislature learn the that clubs will be : .nca chy"Pnana Drug n. Store.. We could ten you lots, out come "' i
Falcon hats.-Brooks A; Uodwlu, Ver over county at once. "
; look for tt with the "Issue' of August will have something mom to say Spedatts see for yourself ,

non.Mrs. :30th.! gard to .It later on. -

John Olen left Wednesday after Quite a nnmber of our young pP __ ... r..r Tax ...... Everything at Cost.CWDoTi't ,

noon Columbia, Tenn., to. visit her When you com to town make our semble* at too residence of :M rs. M. ...... that J. E. Caller sad
ulster. store headquarters; we will pay yon more Evans on Friday evening of last __cff Tax >rtiUi.U Nua. trait but come along
for your proonoe". ana sellou roods for .enjoy gases of progressive : let day ol J..)'. A. 1*.

Others mar talk of theft low price, I lens money than anybody el_-Wells ir\te\ bnlnir offend. for the moot I I Inr:tax_deed... my to!HKM claw. .In and ao and yet tchat you nab 1.

hut our price are' lower still.-Wells Bron. 'ul players. ; nt the end of the fourth loJ cartllicatoii mbracn> the Yours to pleases
four' couples canoe out wliinnn '
Bros. ; < Darty aituaud In Wanh-
: Mr. John Farrlor.visited Dolhan Sundry order todictdi" who .801l1d take the twKi The awl and
IC.. Mr. A. F). Campbell corns fn Monday 1& was suggpttled that straws ] 4 N. Hanm 13 _a. TIle
1 returning Monday, bringing back drawn the short straw tn take the wj at Uw data .! the awa- .
afternoon from I
an extended to St. _
trip In tba-aaiMol Unknown.
1 with him hlsslsterl4jre.! Rolling who ha* This fortunate lute. to draYb... _ahaa lie___
Andrews Ilay.tVhnn acnrd-
Miss i arrhf. "'nne '. As
been visiting In that section for wine straw being } wku IMUO tamoaia the 2ad
correspondent was DOt of the F ARRIORBROS.
U. 19UJ. T
you are in, need of anvtlifnv' In
time. wish to state that wo were all nlin Stets and aaal Uflav the rte
t, the line of family groceries.. give' Cook a and also O.
cream coke
t4'rtalnedJ..lett owl.w. .
trial The weather la: too hot to parley' over "served. One sad ,all I proniM wed .. I I C.f dty. I .. rt

p' Walter, W. Ilaryey I tn at St. Andrews1 I i I not-bny wbore you get fair thing a decided success and our Waahimrton. KM, Florida. .
treatment and prices always right. Our are extended to :Mrs. Evans and ,

t vujnytogtheaeluhrloueneeebi the Gulf tore Is the pl ce.-Brooks A; Jotlwlm tars, Misses"M4: tl and Asenath & ofany; kind l let I Iiiiiii ..,. - - -

"' atmosphere. 'V UDOO. delightful evenings/ entertainment. It for you ... ;. .. -

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