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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
September 17, 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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Vol. 'XI.. Chipley, Washington Cn., Florida] Thursday. September 17tll 1903 Number 13.

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Over 31,000.000 feet of awn timber and The meeting of the Alaskan boundary

p1' W. M., Keith 8 Co. lumber were shipped from ,the port of tribunal London last week ought: to

ya Pennncola during the month of August to. Interest every American because It la to You I>ont I

foreign poVtn: going to nearly all conn I be finally settle a controversy that has

Chipley Florida tries of the world. While the month Ilk been kept alive by the British when every -
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-,' ed the usual large shipments of other feature of the case leans. towards the '

product*, the lumber and timber ship American side of It. Have to H; "

v Salt agents for menu were among the largest to be made The commission la to consider and Interpret .: .

from here In, many months. Especially the phrasing of the treaty of 1825 :

HBattlc( Axe Shoes.- wa this noticeable: during the first part between Russia and Great Britain. It Is Ask but once where the best place '' i
of-August. when the .largest portion of not to fix a boundary, but will officially

the lumber and timber shipments were and finally declare the meaning of a treaty is to buy your Clothing, Hats, .
made which established a boundary accepted -
Every Mold
The' exact shipments. made during the by Great Krltuln In 18U7, when Alaska, Shoes, Trunks, Dry Goods Notions .
Under n. po dtive gun.rhantee. month were Sawn timber 24.100,000 superficial wad sold to tile United Stales Groceries and Feed Stuffs. -
feet;lumber, 6,005,000/ superficial The dispatches from London State that .

feet; hewn limber,'14.781 cubic feet, male the whole controversy 'was started by Once told you never forget; and I

....21.................., Log l a total of.31,105,000 superficial feet of Canada's desire for an outlet to the sea '

.. : lumber and sawn timber, and 14,713 cubic Canada. wants the treaty of 1825 Inter- Uuless ': {; '
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t.: feet of hewn timber. preted, therefore, so that she can 'acquire 4
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Not only this, but we sell every" The'' value of all shipments for the something to which the has no )legal ; :

,. month reached $808,000. right, according to Great Britain's acceptation You Take I" ; : I y

: The records compiled by the customs of the terms of that treaty. f
h r thing in the of dry Roods
.' way ..... ,'" officials shows that 21 vessels entered Great 1 fltaln In 1834 endeavored. to secure 1

.,:: '. 1t ',.' ..:: of, from foreign ports and 13 from domestic a trea,7 with russla that would Our word\ or somebodies word, or
o'.' notions, hats, and staple and fancy -** ports during the month, making a total'of give her subjects: the Hudson Bay
o buy pair will know how
', 34 entrances Thirty-five vessels cleared company. an outlet to the Pacific. Rus a you never
groceries, at prices .to suit.,. for foreign and flvo for domestic ports aka however. Insisted on a boundary that good the Friedman Shoes are.

\ making,a total of.forty clearance paper would cut off the Uudson Bay company.
Issued., from access to the ocean. All the Brit Come to see us while in the city. '

everyone's. pocketbook.. One cargo! subject to duty and several IRil' roPosltlous, as to control or use of

1 free of duty entered Seven certificate Inlets or arms of the sea were rejected

d .. of enrollment were granted and ten 11- .and that treaty signed In 1825 specially ClLLAWAY & CO.

: OOME/ SEE US,. .tr--;; :. censes for the coasting trade. ..'nd.' three provided that Great Britain should not

",,,, for. fisheries were Issued! have access to the ocean across. the Alas-

i The duties on;{..Imports amounted to .kau panhandle.

$13.78' while the tonnage tax' <\igre'fratcc: In signing/ that treaty. Great Britain

Vra $1,441.-Ponsacolu Journal. accepted a boundary marked by Russiato aA14Aa

prevent British approach to or controlof

Tk- \ Portugal. Point. K 1 Around to World In 454.. Daj_. the Alaskan coast. There ww no
Good In .
Dosr Poultice.In
An Ice
'-Observe; doubt this In 1825. There Is Slow to Take Coffee.The .
them no
senor. said a hotel -.canine -- on point
the man'y qualities
Among London Lancet commends the many' cases of Inflammation nn
keeper In Llabon to one of his English worthy of Imitation a lover of the The feat of Jules Verne's hero; Pblleu. doubt on It DOW. The treaty was framedto practice of drinking coffee after din. Ice poultice la a very useful applica

guests." "They are the Yankees. of For- "four footed brothers" emphasizes Fong, who was said to bave clrcumnavl, settle forever the qiinllon}. .. raised by ner as coffee Is an antidote to alcohol. tion. It Is made In this way: Spread a

tngal. their contented resignation to the clr- gate the globe In 'I"ss than eighty days, Great Britain as to the Inlets; having Those whose( digestions are disturbedby layer of linseed meat three-quarters of
n" lie Indicated a group'of Brazilians, znmstances of Ufa. Dogs, he says, do has !Cir tome years"been bold In derision been settled then, the qUH
consisting: of a prosperous sugar plant- not go about trying,to do good to other Even before the building of the tran reopened cow: except by a new'treaty be- secure the advantages of Its stlmulut- upon the meal put at Intervals lumpsof
_ _ ._. Pierhls! wife, who literally blazed with
;dogs by urging them to bark In the It In the Ice nbout tile size of a marble. Sprinkle
diamonds,, and two daughters. Siberian railway. Improved methods o f tween the United Stales! aud Great Brit ing properties by taking form
same key and bite with the same tooth meal the Ice and cover all
of Jelly. We are assured that clear over
"They regard Portugal as their 'old transportation bad rendered<< theachedule 11.10. ceding American territory to Canada a
which Is merciful
ns themselves,nor. a coffee with the cloth turning the edges over.
after dinner
country,; for they broke away from of nature, do become of Phtleas Fogg rather a lelsurly one\ It III 'read II v observed then that, the jelly Is every bit as .,
provision they !rood as the hot Infusion. while' Is In this way the Ice will last much '..
,-:, us as the Americans broke away from bored by the people with whom their but more recently, since that great road commission Is to decide this Question: 111 tree from some of Its drawbacks. Coffee longer than It otherwise would and the I,"

you. They make Immense fortunes In lot Is cast and want to try a new.,.mas- has been actually open for trafic, the rec Canada. t> have an outlet to the sea aim unlike alcohol diminishes organic poultice will be quite comfortable. 'J;
m; Brazil and came here 'to spend them, ter every few months. Whatever the ord liMA been so far lowered that Jule ply because she wants. one? It appearsto waste rouses the muscular energy V

1 Just as the.". American millionaires go to disadvantages of their homes-may be, Verne's hero has become not only a Fogg be nothing more than another attempt without the collapse which follows alcoholic A. to Bating

I England. they stand by them and make a cheerful but a Fogy. of the British to grab off an opportunityfor Imbibition, and gelatin in the It Is a good plan not to eat when you '
best of It. Over and"'agalo a-dOg I her influence without regard form of Jelly Is cooling thirst. are hurried.
1 14 Raw Chinaman :.Bay Eggs. James, VV. Sary of Seattle, who recently extending assuages
Many Chinamen frequent Philippine puts his heart before his'outraged completed! a Journey around the globe Ina'trifle to the rights and. prlvlles of others. is soothing and has a tendency to absorb Whoa you are troubled.
stomach and lets .his affections dominate -Atlanta Journal.' excessive acidity of the stom- When you have no appetite.
_. markets and
-.. are good patrons, as I his Indigestion rather than desert over 04 days now holds the /globetrotting ach. When you'aro laboring under any
have restaurants. need -
jniny large _
i his master for a better board. Many a Vecord.
su plJes. A Chinaman ,; Deant-f .. s liana I. Italy strain of mind.
1,' number ofegga: and -alway.usually buys carries a master concludes the.-dot, champion Mr, !Javre's: Itinerary. roughly outlined Florence and Venice and the rest are Helping Him. When you cannot lay aside every .

with him to market i small tin pall would do well to emulate In points like was as follows. cursed with the burden of a most dan-1 Intrepid Widow-Speaking: of conun- care and give yourself up to leisure byr

fall of water to test their usefulness.: these"the meanest of his "little" yellow Seattle to Vancouver. one day. gvrous legacy from their, imut-the leg- drums, >Mr, Blocum, here's a good one. enjoyment of the meal. 10

It the egg falls to the bottom of the curs. Vancouver, Yokohama Japan, via acv of beauty.! Because of this beauty Why IJ the letter "d" like a wedding II I

:: pall It U good; If It rises to the top It -T. Ph- .la.a Canadian Pacific steamship, 18 days. (which the people themselves do not ring I Cleanllne G
c' Is bad and Is refused, only to be care- Tha DI." Lost a: Yokohama one day. enjoy) the rich! of nil imtloua flock to Procrastinating Bachelor-Oh. I'm no Cleanliness Is next to godliness. What
The Doctor-You would have attack an Ideal world this would be If cleanliness
an them pursues dud good at conundrums.
the bringing full a disposition
fully wiped off by vender and put Yokohama
back In stock to catch a customer of brain fever but for one thing. to Nagasaki, two days. to spnre no expt IIBO. The native Intrepid' Widow-You give It up? were the rule everywhere and y
without the paIL Impatient Patient-And what's that Lost at N Tag"sakf two days.. begins to regard these visitors us his Why. because "we" can't be "wed""Ylthout In everything clean houses clean
., The Doctor-The fact that nature Nagasaki to Dalny. two days. natural prey. Why should be work Itl!_ streets clean bodies clean hearts,, clean

Identityof,; Meu.Ynbsley mage you,gn Immune from that particular Dalny to Moscow, via trans Siberian when foreigners are so easily fleeced? accounts and clean. characters.-Max

-I have always had an idea variety ''of fever.- -Baltimore rallroud, fast express, 13K days. Accordingly he.does not work-at leastin A Small Dor Knowledge. well's Talisman.

that after a couple bad been married American. Moscow to Berlin; Including stop' at the productive sense; he touts and A small boy whose examination papers ,
Included n question as to the orb Ill. Paint of View. M
for sou:1 time even tbnlr thoughts became Moscow, IX dav begs and sells ornaments at three times
A rln.1... An era I.Bllnon gin of the alphabet gave the following "I wonder why there are no marriages -
to a great degree Identical. AmI Berlin to ij their real value. The victory insteadof
Liverpool, < days.
-Jlmsori seems, to be devotedto answer: "Anglo-Saxon was the first In heaven" !said the sweet ;young i\
Peck to
? weakness.
right going strength
Liverpool to New York '7 days. goes '
his wife.TimeonNo man who wrote the alphabet. lie thing. a
Mr. N. Peck-You Parents of the clues look
are. About this poorer a
) wonder;she,Is the most Lost at New York half a day. upon wrote It In Greek first and then came "Well, heaven's heaven Isn't it?"
: time my wife thinking over whatshe'll deformed or crippled child ns a bless-
iii. -. angelic creature I ever law Why I New York to Seattle, 4 days. to America .and! taught It to the nation. asked the crusty bachelor.-Detroit
to for home ing since Its pitiful makesIt '
soy me coming so'late helplessness
believe she could ." .......
even keep .a glrL- This record was an astonishing 'one Free "
't'i and so am I. a more efficient beggar. Into these
...'11> sew York Weekly.
.... '- and gave evidence of very clever plan- cities, where such a fine harvest can be
nlng. Mr. Sayrn'a luck In making connections
'XXXXX* was unusual vet with a little gathered on such easy terms, the
better luck and little\ different .lannlng{ strong. Industrious peasantry are suck i
the record might have been materially ed till they,, become Idle, demoralized FIiM0QEAOIIY&OG iJ
lowered. gamblers, and all because they are the .1 y
most beautiful places in the world because -
Tip to 16. psa4.oa.. their past is so, glorious that
T1 : Are ouSick? : Some one In canvassing the tip subJect strangers come from 'the ends of the STORE. _
has discovered that we tip the earth to see Its grave.. Thus the mod-
._ . wrong people all the time. Particularizing ern Florentine lives, like some horrible o
s.oww.o..o.c.o. .d..o.-o : o-.e.-4--.o..o-
the discoverer declares thatIt cannibal upon his own dead.-London
Go ToSl I Is the cook, not the waiter who Outlook. '
f? should receive this material expression Clover Brand jSIioos.
of our favor and that It Is the en- The Hnndrea, and Flttr-flr*. P-alra.:

McG & gineer, not the conductor, who should Your Bible If It Is of the regulation Shoes for Feet, p
eachy bave the extras for getting us about on sort, closes the book of Psalms with r4
time when we travel In haste. Of the One Hundred and Fiftieth. lu the Very Nice,
course this discovery will not result In Greek Bible however there is another,;! i
STORE the searching out of the man behind entitled ,"A ,psalm of David after he Stylish, Neat,
the man who reaches out his band for had slain G.>lIath..' Athnnnslus praisesIt Low in Price.
'Anlthi'ltfand' the tip. We shall continue to send our very highly In his "Synopsis of. the

ii. And get medicine" male. .'you,' well. ... everything I. gratuities along on the same old lines Holy Scripturei." It was versified' by Best on Earth.
Setting a smog contentment over feel- Apolllnnrlus>xnn<1rlus. ,A. D. 300. i'4 ?
in, the drug line patent medicines and toilet articles Ins that we have done our duty-or Is and a Latin translation: of It may be -
It the satisfaction of making the petty found in the 1 :works .of I< nbrlcn The
f display of our cash jresonrcesT-and English translation Is by Baring-OoukL Buy your Clothing from, us.

can be had at our store. that wo can't expected to chase op be: well known antiquarian: I. .. Our styles are neat, I'
the real benefactor but It adds another FBALM CLL r/l ;
b Our Stock
complication to the tip question i. I wo* small among my brethren and, () n('. complete.IVlayflcld ,
O3-et; your medicine: from for those who already and It too per- growing hie l sheep up In' my. father'. house, I kept ; "t. } Clothing .

plexing.-Boston Transcript.The 8. My hand mod the organ and ray A Specialty '.
angers shaped the pwltory. .
US and s two money. Sting Ra ir. And who declared unto my Lord. Ha T __ It. -. . I . I ,
I the. Lord. he heard all thing. .
Of the many dangers which beset 4. He sent hi* angels and they took me Good ..dvlee': IsDlers'a -- .
navigator of the tropical rivers of from my ather-a sheep. II* anointed
QUININE 5O GENTS PER OZ. South America perhaps the natives ma In mercy from his unction. a bit 0;{Free advlce; 4

fear the sting ray most It.. poisonous (. Great and goodly are my brethren, Don't consider Just the Price ,
but with them God was not well i>lea* d. When buying things to use, or eat,of wear,. _
and Is to found in large
And all other drugs at proportionately low prices. numbers when the river Is low.very Tbat and e, I he went cursed to ma meet by the all his(giant Idol.) transfer. )I alee the one who wants to sell.

Is the time when boatmen have to'.get 7. But I *mo off his head wltb nl. own Talk of quality as well- a
10 the water to push their canoes over drawn worn-,- and I blotted out the reproach :The best Is always cheapest everywhere. ,

t. S. J3.. McGeachy Cc>., be shallow. They are often stung by of Israel. ., o+I ...a.-o.---o--._!_. ,a.----. IiJ

the tall of the ray and usrally die an-
J.Chipley. leas medical assistance Is promptly giv Press aeptly. E I..._ iRiMcGeachYiatCQi '
Klorfda. en. Tbe ray cannot be seen as It Is of "But-bow do you know he went to ,
the same color as the sand on which It heaven? Chipley Flu. .
"Haze the mule kicked him that ,
.- ., colls itself.Tbestab of Its sharp knife- way* ', "
Ike'tall is the navigator's first .n' he hain't never come down yttrAtlints ""'
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With all the beating about the A business man in ad Oklahoma ,'oj. '

PUBLISHED BVKRY TI1UKSDAT.lUBaOBIFTIOM bush and attempting to furnish A plan by which the promoters town got mad at the editor of 1

|1 PER ANNUM JUBLV a reason why Senator Taliaferro: hope revolutionize the cotton alocal paper about something [ ODaysSa1et'To -

I IN ADVA2ICBKMTiatD should not be returned to the business of be United Sfates and which appeared in the paper,and '

Senate, no one has yet found any- place the cotton-producing notified the editor that he wouldin .. '." ,
thing in his official record that of the south in control of the cot- the future have his printing -
LIT H.A At EOOII1: CLASS MAIL close out our Smmer Goods and make j
MATTER does not commend him to the ton trade of the world, was fully done at a job office where theydidn't room for our Fall Stock, which is beginning ,, .,
developed at Memphis, Tenn., ; 1
W people, and no reasons that are, roast everybody. IIethought arrive wilt for
\V. JONES Editor. last week in a meeting at which to ;; we next 30 days offer J
'" worth have been of the
t: considering .pre course, paper "
goods at a sacrifice.
ADVERTISING: RATES OK APE'LIOATI"N sented why he should not \be ac- were gathered representatives would have to quit business. ',.
We have a house full of extraordinary bar .
the artments of rail- the .
CUlpler Fla.,September 17tte,1003.t. corded the same endorsementthat But it kept on going.In "" :, 'I
roads operating; in the south, together gains for you. There are so many we can't .;,' .'
by common custom has been about two months the man'sdaughter -r j
President Castro seems to be accorded his predecessors when with Senator rin of was married .and they name them all, but here area few items: ':"'J' !

itching for: another naval reviewin they gave the people" of Florida Mississippi and representativesof had a big blowout, but not a line Summer Dress Goods ; ;1 "

Venezuelan. waters.President's satisfactory service. The opposition the Mississippi Valley Cotton appeared in the paper. Later; ISHc.Lawns .9 cents ': ,; '

J to his re-election seems Buyers Association. on his wife gave a reception to: SOc. Lawns for..........18 cent. ..<;,,." \,
-The cabinet officers prompted solely by the ambitionof It is the purpose of the cotton some visitors, but not a line appeared 20c. tHmlty cent. ','',

are sending up to Oyster the candidates against him' buyers's association of Americato in the paper. 25c.' Mercerized Zephyr jo cent. "'. _, ,

Bay some very hard nuts to crack fully organize all handlers of, It.n........a t Ray: Old.Pr.... .J' I
While the other two candidates Later on the man's youngest :

these days. are stumping the State in the interest -i cotton in the southern states'! child died, but not a line appeared SUMMER UNDERWEAR. .'

of their candidacy Senator I which is now being done through':, in the The fall All Kind at All Prices. j;
Mr. Mudd of Maryland got into paper. next -
some hot places in the cam- Taliaferro is in Washington serving ,- the state cotton buyers associa:\ a mass meeting was held Straw: Hats Strictly at Cost ..::;. :

paign for Congress but he shows the interests of his constitu- tions.. to see about some public improvements CLOTH I N G. "'A- :
The plans for the association '
is this
no indication of drying up. ents. Taliaferro the man the and businessman
for the establishment and W.OO Suits f for .BO suits for
provide SV svts.oo
and made The
people want are going tohave a big speech.
The Wall Street editor who operation a system of warehouses meeting written in full 8.00 Suits!: for 96.OOW5.SO 110.00'!Hulu: for'*Tap :..,
t PINB'STDiTIPS. was up Salts for sio i4.oo Salts for ... :-
in which will
that American securitieshave be gathered the
says this man's This
except ;'
One cotton of the entire south. Pan1s.: 5Qotole ; $4.OO. ..i: :
fallen off $6,000,000,000 in by one the so-called use- output was skipped. Then the busH ryt:

values, erred. He should have less things that have hitherto Warehouses will be establishedat ness man called( and asked the w.. >o t>a\vai a\lot or good J.w'.lrjr to be loved out at low- price. ,. .' -

said in price. been cast aside as without value Memphis New Orleans, Gal- editor what he had it in for him'i ii 1, This sale will last:" only 30 days. ::.

J are being elevated to the list of veston Mobile, Pensacola, Atlanta about. Come See u. : ., 1

There is one line in which the useful articles. The most worth- Charleston and Savannah.A '
"You got mad last year, andsaid T. L. Dwells & Bro. 1
American women have the men less refuse becomes unexpectedly series of smaller warehouses -I. ;
you were going to have your ', Y. .
outclassed. There are numer- will be built in the interior '
valuable. Substances and wast of
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work done at the job printing office - *X :
; ous American: duchesses but no products that have hitherto been the cotton growing districts to :
sol thought I'd just let your
American dukes.. regarded as mere nuisances are take care of the crop as soon as job printer print the account of ...
r. BUt KLEI4'S: : ARNICA HALVE.: daily developing into articles ofj'(ginned. By means of these warehouses your daughter's wedding, 'your D 'J. JONES: .' ;

Has world-wide fame for marvellouscures. commerce; and farmers and man-1 I\ the cotton buyers of the wife's reception, your child's Just Receiveda .
It mirpitssee any other salve lotion facturers to the obituary and your speech.EnidKan. .
who have been throw-,country propose !save grow- : A'rTOUNEY-ATLA'W j"
b ointment or Lnlm for Cute Coma, Burns, ( .) Events.A .
Bolls, Sores,,Felous', Ulcers, Tetter., Halt ing these products away suddenIv ers fifteen to twenty millions of solid cai of CIIIP'LBY' 'LA. '.'\1wA :
Rbeuin, Fever Sores Cbapped Hands, Skin '
Eruptions; Infallible tor files. Cure Kunrnnteed. realize that they have been dollars annually lost in the coun- BOY'S WILD H1DB: FOB LIFE. Rex: ZOwggiosaud ..,;;'.
Only 25c at S. K.AlcGeacby\ & Co. D.
: druggist. neglecting a large source of damage.It Wltu family around expecting him to CABMIUIliEL.h',
die and a son riding for life, 18 miles to they must be sold Coma
7 wealth. is the intention to force Eu.. .
j get Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption Attorney at Law.aaColleo"oll. .
". We have received from State What is more worthless, according ropean manufacturers to come to ,Coughs and Colds death's W H.Brownof get you one."Wimy ,. a SpeclaUf' '
lipesvllle,Ind..endured agonies
Supt. Sheat a copy of his bienial to popular ideas, than an 'America to buy their raw staple from asthma; but this wonderful medicine walk hJp.ley. Fla.
Instant relief and cured bin He
gave soon >
report, also the report of the old pine stump? i j and themselves pay the expenseof write: "1 now sleep soundly every night. fiuW
the I Like marvelous cures of Consumption wneri you ran ride'iu a good BUEL6 GOOK '.
committee on course of study Yet these stumps now have a'' shipping to the continentBy Pneumonia, Broncbltus. Coughs!! ,Colds and Attorney 8' Law. -
;i for the high school. market value. It is stated on good so doing the promoters claim to Grip prove Its matchless merit for all boggy. We sell them on ,.:E'LOarD.A.: ::: ,

authority that the turpentinemills be able to insure the grower a Throat tattles 50o and and Lung$1. Trial troubles bottles Guaranteed free at t S. terms to suit the purchaser. JlOEae WeI1a baUdla. j

The DeLand News has arrived higher ar.d K. .McUeaeby &Co drug store. Careful.tteatlon d_ all matters entrusted. ,
near Cordele, Ga., are pay- price to place the -. asidethat to 1117 can. S-1Doa:: made :.
at the conclusion that "The southern states in Lay .A."tfolr"'POMlble'tlme and 1retcebd. 4a----- -""
ing,$2.75 a cord for pine stumps, absolutely con- The last legislature again oc ,
man who is to beat Bob Davis for deriving therefrom, it is said, trol of.the cotton trade of thei ,
cupied'itself in small with
a a way : old rattling broke-down
the Gubernatorial nomination has world. I ---E .
products worth $21. i )
the cigarrette problem, resulting : I
wagon and get you a new DO
not yet been named. Farmers; would do well, seemsto I .
.. us, to arrange for the sale of The great majority of the papers in the passage of a law fixing the : one. We can fell'' it to you' ..:\

One of the things needed in their pine stumps instead of destroying of the State are supporting penalty of a heavy fine upon any : at a very low price. BILL P LETTER J

this country is workingmen instead them by burning, as at Senator Taliaferro forreelec one who shall give cigarettes, ci- : "BEADS .
r present. Whyshould a farmer garett paper or cigarette tobacco : BEADS R
tion because he has 1so.
of millionaires in Congress, : proven him j,
pay $10 or $20 an acre for having NOTE ENVELOPES
to minor under 18 of
men who will represent millions his land cleared and then throw self worthy of re-election becausehe a years : I
age. The law is on the statute : It you want harness saddles, HEADS BUSINESS ._
of has tied himself
men instead of millions of dol away the stumps, which he might to no factionor ..

lars. sell for enough to defray the ex- set 0& men or v liticians, but rooks, but no one will doubt that : plows or plow gear, :you can't STATEMENTS. N CARDSrICIRCULARS !

.. pelse of clearing? I has done.his best for his state it is violated almost daily in eve- : do better than to get It from PAMPHLETS I

It has just. been discoveredthat In the saving on waste productslies and for his people, and what he ry community. T
the golden secret of sUcCessful -, has done is his platform upon us.Our. MILL, COMMISSARY

prisoner in an Indiana jail farming. I which he!'asks to be returned.- It is a nice thing to know the store CHECKS I CHECKS
who was serving at a $25.fine for
laws, and it is a good thing that RECEIPTS DRAFTS
drunkenness saved
enough of
his rations to,keep his wife. and What is home without a bottleof they were so extensively printed. Is headquarters for all these WEDDING N VISITING -

We have discovered that every ( articles.EYEIIIII.

child from starving.. time a friend says toa friend, GI
#< WHAT II LIFE 'Let's have something," he subjects $ HOij

In the last analysis nobody knows, but Dr. Tichenors himself to heavy fines and !
we do know that It IB under strict law. Antiseptic
Abuse that law even sllftbilr,pain results. penalties. You can't give away
Irregular! ll lni means derangement of the
Olga,,., resulting In Constipation Head' TO USE nor carry about with you withina
ache or Liver trouble. Dr. Kind's New mile of voting precinct in TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES
Life Ills quickly re adjusts thjs. Its ran In case of accident or sudden sickness. any
f'. :yet thorough{ Only a. E. Mo- )Florida; any spirituous, vinousnor !
Oeacby &Co drug t store<<
Nothing Like It "' malt loquors.-Ocala Banner.It COMPLETE TAYLOR

>'\ The Times-Union is fast get- SAW MILLS
is beginning to look as if _
ting into the front ranks of Amer- For eat: bruised! _
Congressman Sparkman is to be
ican newspaperdom. The Sun-
vire-cu.1:8: burns, I scalds, the unanimous choice of the dem-
day edition now has a multicolored :Equipped::
crats of the First district for re-
dress the same as other or any GRIST Boiler Works
election. That's good sense. In

metropolitan.papers.I 8 Wound or Inflamation. his position on_the rivers and har- MillS'M "' "

The Pensacola News is the one bors committee, Mr. Spafkman' IDa '

paper in the state that has the Buy it Mottle; : or write; to: has great influence and_ can ac- Mill. Shops antiSUPPLIES "
p complish much for Florida.; It
''a' to openly .advocate

lawlessness; it is also one? of the Sherrouse Medicine Co., would take years for a new man Wire,*.*.. fir J>roSJl_"*..'pray Pump.Afo.arty solar.S.pmrmt.r.. -
few man to learn the ropes as thor Ws all. Maka R to You httsml to Flours alit Us. -
papers can-
didacy Jennings.-r-Breeze. New Orleans, La.,, for Free Sample.F oughly as Mr. Sparkman knows MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO. ."

.. them. .
____...... MACON CA.
What an ideal world this would :, J.s LEONARD. tD
be if cleanliness were the rule Bedridden alone and destitute Such R. M OFFTEETHING ETT'Z !
everywhere and in everythingclean First National Bank In brief was the condition of an old soldier !t:
by name of J;J. Havens, ensiles,O. For 1f
houses, clean streets clean years be was troubled with kidney disease
bodies' clean hearts clean OF PENSACOLII FLJt, and neither doctors nor medicines gave
accounts -
him relief At length he tried Eteo'rlc!
and clean characters .re- Transacts" a General Banking Business.Your Bitter. It put him on his fret In short order .
and now be testiUs: "I'm on the road"
marks an exchange. Bu.ln .. Solicited, to complete recoveryBest on earth for ( POWDERS)
.. Liver and Kidney trout.\". and all forms of
Stomach and Bowrl Complaint Only 6Oo. B..I8.--Ara........ Id W4R..J.w.BerrrotAi
AN KD1TOBIAL>: PLItiHT. DIRECTOR8.WII. Guaranteed by: S.K.: MoOeachj &Co.drug> __Ooe,... ..,_.) ___..4 an..bloJlpl.o. _
H. KNOWLES W. BL.OUNT, F. C: BRENT.W. gist. two ....
The Punta Gorda picnic promised .K. HER D.0. BRENT J. S. LEONARD. .A.....ssadiS.a ter-r.ud act ini ta.t as ....drd aef goods ....a.ond doss"TKIITIIUfA"...sstII.
... ..
101 and bss bW M faiths 0&IIw a.aba..1 f.aay .mad 1&--
pugnacious perturbations. aw ....t.aaoa .
7 As a result of the excessive

Piscatorial profferings of pike, First National Bank Dingley tariff duty on foreign

perch, pickerel and pompano wool it has been announced thata The University of Fla.I

were pertinent. Political pot, 1.\oJn.rln.nna: : : F1IrL. number of New England woolen (EXCLUSIVELY
per-feved, produced pungent '
.... .. mills are preparing to substi- '. *TWFNT14THT1Aks.s.---
Condensed .
tila nn nl ail Cloaw of e i June Sib 10O4.
perturbing percolations while
RESOURCES LIABILITIES. tute cotton for wool. It seems BEGINNING, S'EPTEA111ER'znd,1903.SEVEN .

potent political possibilities posing Bills Receivable and Bonds,....1100,37921 Capital Stock ........... ......I 50000.00 that a method has been discovered FOUR.TEAR COORSKSr-A rrtcolture.Cbemlatrr.Clrill.U-iD.!: .MedIa.leaIfa. ..
persistently as peoples protectors U. S. Bond and Premiums..... 13,585.03 Undivided ProUU............... 3,579.90, of treating cotton with caus- conraa-In_Bu.iness.rStaagraphy General Sdenoa.Latin Sdencn.and Twpewrttlmr.Claulca.: Two A nmparat years rasa emraeolean-ar In Medkaaie Arta., One rears ','"

propounded both .Furniture and Fixtures......... 914.34 Circulation..........:.....:.... '13,300.00 .equlre4bwth.Mdalrlag.4. preparation. A abort course ol ova weak*la Acricaltajv two rearm or HorUceltnva. as.
possessing and pre- :Cash and Due from Banks....a. 75,713.25 Deposit .......... ..... .... .124.112.G71189.891.n tic soda in a process known as dormitorlea Prat-Gndeat.coansssr.abnofared.The are under the Immediate.uperrlnlaa. of Inatmcton.. wan mate a mj effort, to in
preposterous mercerizing, which makes the IfaeamtotheattMlentaaaplrltwhichleadatohlun meataL moral sad vBrafcal das .pamp .....
prepositions. This about V $189dLTtThis I Gynnaalum-Regulative and corrective sraanactica required el all atadentav ffau aaodi B Hdta.THE
was .
cotton fabric look much like and flrat-daae equlputmt.Taltloa .
Hank Commeneeel BumJne February, .1', ._a.
'- all there was to Monticello { free) To mil Florida sitvelOBt<< *. No -...
l IrBf: wrlsten
? ajlrfl[, men" Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits. wool that many are deceived by I- -
News '. I For Catatosna Adds,, ,. .
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Pout. OQlce Directory.Office .
: Idv2ry Feed; 6- Sale
hours7:30a. m. to 7:30 p. m.; : -
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' t. STA+BI..aE.t < Kast-bound mall closes at 10:90: a.m '
Westbound mall closes at 6:30 p.m. "
OHIPL BY FLf\ Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m..
:I aid leaved at 13 ro.dally, except!Sundays:
.. Mail from Orange II III,Bayhead and!:ItlIdrews. .
-' ,\ arrives std |i.m.. and leaves at ::1'
j f'! Good Teams and Drivers Can Be a,m. dally, except Sunday. KIDNEY CURE
to 11:30 a. m.,
i Sunday:! hours: 1/:00.: m.
At Time. _
Had Any
r and from ff:30 pvm. to 7:30 p.m
; l:: Drummers* Otflta si Specialty. Money Orders Issued at all hour when
r- tlIce to open, except Sundays, 1
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bi i &"' MODULI.\' & NA8IMIM' it.II. TIMIi l TABULtv + RANKER OUR and CLUUU1NU Snml-weekly LAST-: Atlanta Guaranteed for All Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Is Safe and Sure ',

t ; 2'CUEILZ7AS7n: : 7fWORZ.1A.Ns.. ;Journal, per year$1.60. .
- ), No. 4. No. 2. .No. 3. No. 1 KANNKK and Thrice -week New York

12:31i n'n 11:0.1: p m Lv..Penllaoola..Ar 11:00 am 4:00 p m.- World, per year' 165. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ..
\\' .':22 pm .1:00: am ......I'lomaton..Lr! !:1I5 a m 2:30 p m BA.NICBR and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un- .
. i. 4:22 P m !:!I.'i' am.. ... .Moblle. ...... 13:30 n'i 1:35 P m on and. Citizen, per year, $1.60.
: p.,. 8:25- p m 1':110: pm ....New Orlpans.... 8(10 p m 11:3. m- BA.NNEaand: Home and Farm, per year cures the most obstinate, cases of

" 1 .;'.. No. 4. NORTSlto. : :. No. t. No. 11.2ft kidney and bladder diseases., '

. 11:05 p m 13:35 p m Lv..PenRawla..Ar 4:00 p m 11:00 a m A.TALBOF JAPAN. with the FOLEY'SUsed
; 6:15am 5:30m .MontlolDery ..Lv It:13am: 11:35 pm It supplies the. kidneys :

i 11:511 a m 11:1211 m ..... Birmingham ...;. 11:33 a IU 4:00: U III O.-.UI Ban stood by the latticed gate, a build :
need to
. f" 2:30 a m 8:20 am.. .... Lonlev 1 1 le. ...... 6n p m 2:45 a III troubled look In her almond eyes rap substances they up
, 7:20: a m U:59 a m ......UlncIrIDIt.LI ..... 11:00 p m 11: III pOI bargVlth her slen- tissues. \
...... ping norvousl/ou the the worn out .
r 7:20am l:34Jpm .SL' LOIJIII. ...... 4l\pm 8:55pmP :
dor little brown fingers an she gazed, anxiously -
P 1 PeuaacoAtaud olver .7uuctIon. down'the road. It will cure Bright's Disease and IT
'j' No. 21. No.3. Names of Statloo.. No. 2. 'No. !!.
tee. .. Dally I Dally I (No stopwherelllnoUhowD) I Dally ( Dally The morning( sun was shining brightly: Diabetes if taken in time and a

I b,c, 1155 0',.. 700..a n'''Lv. PenslIoCola Ar. 1050( P ID II aCP! III '-_' upon the slender little. figure In- the garden slight disorder yields readily to the Cures I
11 IS 713" Bohemia 10111"' 6 00 giving an extra lustre to the Jet / '

''. 1220 w 716" Yah tree 1037 ",. 60L uI black hair so daintily secured( with tiny wonderful curative: power of this 'I'
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!I i 1221 1'18" Escambla IUU: 557i,12$5 breeze rustling her Acute by the
and the light
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; 725 M"la 1031 54S
", .. great .
'*v., .w 1339 7211" Uarro 1023 540( blue silk kimono wafted a shower of

I t. ,...iIi (). :" 7SS ,. GAltHy: 101\! 001 127 00I snowy blo ,.
.I J"."" I'll. 73U" Milton 101.0" 520131) ... flowering cherry.tree near the gate. But '
," a In Good aanK& 455 and invigorates the whole
beams north organs
! > : 'In'' Bus '" Holts 1135" 435" she heeded not the golden sun

:, "" ....., : .,220" 830 .... Milligan 920 411" wind-blown flower &R she stood Impatiently system. If your kidneys are deranged Chronic n i
k-,.- .,1"" """d,. 233" 8 311 .. Crestview 913 "1 400 "- folding and unfolding the carved -
: : : it 011" 554 J Deer Land 855 "I 33. ".. sticks of her sandalwood fan.. commence by taking Specialists .
.. ,
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: \\Ii. ". 323 910 :M ossy lie ad 840."; 816 Kidney..a. ; I
. ,, ./. -403"J 3$ DnFuntakprlagt.. 813'' 343 .. "Why doesn't he come? Why doesn'tbe .
1. .
1 i':11+':. :. ? 418 .. 9U" Argyle 7U" 211(' come?" she repeats to herself, nervously -
f I1->, ;; .-"440 :.'. 9117" Ponce de Lean' .7e1l": 't'IIS" beating tha ground with her tiny and

: ,4"5'I! ) ,'". .500 .. 1010 '".. Wes'vllt i 17"'.' :\ .. foot. L EY'S for all ;
}!iS 504' 101$ CarJvllh, 713: 11,4" FO
. .,fr-;:: '" 1133 .. I030( .. Boaitar 85S u127Q'" Slowly the minutes pass, one by one- Bladder N

r r$7/ r. 601 ., 104'' .... Chlille 651 '.., 11'04.n'nr hours they seem to Oskl, who with
";> .. !.1107 CoUollhle 618 1211I.; \ Kidneyand I
r .A' 630 the road.
.. .., .. training eves, watches empty
1123 ; Ma.rlanna. 600)( l 1214
I 7 700 30 .. 1145 .. C'Jrpss 138 llC4.'i "m At last a Inure( : appears around the Dis- i
140 .. 1153 'f Grand. Ridge A E3 : 1128' .. bend In the road. KIDNEY CURE '
'l'1Ii .. 1109 .. Sneaii.. 621 "/i1050i!\ '" 1 "I knew hft would succeed." she murmured :.

81' or 1215 n'n Ar. River .Junetlon Lv. Ii 10 a" ,10 :Los" m excitedly, and a moment later. eases E Bladder

---- -- -- ---- -- -----" with of she beholds In the arm f .
a cry joy, at once. It will. make you well.
i I of a servant her teloved little pet kitten '
night be- I
had strayed the
JllURNAL'5 CONTEST which away
A Healed Now Prescribe It DallyDr.
t fore.Washlngton.' Paet.PROVERB&FOR ,

! lIealth I Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician at Smith's Oaaraoteed .
ror Y
Try ADVERTISERS. Grove Ky., for over thirty years writes his personal
raCTINGMDCllftTTEJTlON experience with FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE: "For yearsI i
( The worst error a merchant can make have been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder

In his advertising Is not such a serious trouble and enlarged prostate gland. I used
222 South Peoria St.. mistake as'ft Is not to advertise at all.Thestorekeeperwho known to the profession wiyoutrelief, until I commence

CIUCAOO,ILL.,. Oct. 7. 100'2. doesn't "believe to use FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking three bottles

'. > Eight I was so ill I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it nowdaily
-. that I was compe'ifed to lie or sit In advertising" Ift always pleased to be in my practice and heartily recommend Its use to all

'(., down nearly all the timo. lilyet"mach mentioned In the papers'as "an enterprising physicians for such troubles for I can homstly state I have

,__:_ \ was so weak and upset merchant. prescribed It in hundreds olcasee with perfect success"
'. that I could keep nothing on it MANY DESIRE TO. ATTEND THB Oood-i that are In general use require
and I vomited frequently. I Had to list Up Smral Tlnut Ewy Night
;, could not urinate without great 8T, LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR AS to be advertised to prevent their beln r

h pain and I eongbed so much that supplanted by other articles. Goods Mr. P. Arnold Arnold, It., writes : I 'was troubled

t' my throat and I lungs were raw THE GUESTS OF THE that are not known must be advertised j with kidney disease about three years. I was nervous PREPARED! ONLY DV

and sore. The doctors pro JOURNAL,, or they will not sell.After I and all run down, and had to get up several times during FOLEY & COMPANYlfS '
nounced it Bright'. disease and Is l the night, but three bottles of FOLEY'9 KIDNEY CURE
the need Is sown
said it consumption. effected a complete cure. I'feel better than I ever did CHICAGO ILLINOIS
to wait several month for the .
f It mattered little to me what Da>> you want to attend the World's Lair 'dlsso.tls. aDd recommend it to my friends. % u. .A.
they called it and I had no desire From the Immense number of estimatesbeing harvest Some merchants are .
l r..-, to live. A sister visited me received each day to The Journal' fled If the harvest does not Immediatelyfollow TWO SIZES 5Oo and $1.00 ""

from St. Louis and asked me if ?onte t, one would naturally conclude the seed sowing.If .
that the anwei of every Individual WHO "'111. l> HIt''CK, Verona, Fla.
j I had ever tried Wino of Cardui. merchant really believes thatnobodv S. F. MeO EA\'I\ Cblploy,
would be la the affirmative. All are nat-
and she '
bad not
I told her
reads this
the advertisements,
urally very anxious: to Co.,but come are
bought a bottle. I believe that unable. The Journal has corns' to tbelr would be an excellent time for him to Insert The Bee and lily Useful .U.... 41//' Wo promptly obtain II. 8. and vnreljni
'. lite. I believe
save4 could my ranch suffering manywomen rcacue. Forty people are going to the a small notice In the papers offerIng It will be a surprise to many to learn Do t

if they but cave!knew of it.value.. ..great Will\ exposition you be> one as of Its the(ueiti.forty? to sell coal by the bucket at wholesale that the most Important function of .* .

In accordance with Ita past spirit of prlcC'tI.A the bee's sting la not stinging, says a You

: $ liberality, on May. 10th, The Journal announced good advertisement, one that Is well bee raiser. I have long been convinced
.. for the (first time that 49 free worth that the bees put till finishing toucheson I .
: 7: : written and properly displayed, Is Take deadmodel.Ii.tabor pl>oto ol Invftitlon for
LoulaWorld's fair, eachconstettn dex-
trips to the St. morn In any part of the paper than a their artistic cell work by the r free report on rntentablllty. For frte book P
: of a flnt-closs ticket from At- teroul use of their stings anti during (' How to Secure Vn II hr fJHDIf'Q woo .
lanta to-9t. Lrfmls and return and ISO for poor advertisement! In the best position I nH t-| )
..} .;:: Don't you want fretdom from I this final finishing stage of the processof
expenses, would be given to this numberof that can be selected. "Top of column, BANNER
: ", ;. pain? .Take. Wine of. Cardui IU subscribers, 10 of these trips to Its next to reading matter," or 'broken column honey making the bees Inject a minute m ?

.! ',.. and make one supreme effort to xutflcrltcrs In Atlanta and Fulton county. among pure reading matter," will portion of formic acid into the 1llrzIOpposite :
.. iT'd M outside of Fulton county.
bea honey.
bo well. You do not need to
f. effective If
make advertisement not
la advance to not a poor
You It la not necessary to pay < This Is In reality the poison of their
weak helpless sufferer. be entitled to estimate In- this .contest -Retailer and Advertiser.
This forualv acid gives to honeyIts U. S. Patent Office]
In advance Rtlug.
have woman's health and Each!: subscriber who has paid
1 con
IS entitled to as many estimates as the peculiar flavor and also Imparts to Why not? WASHINGTON D. C. <
,;;7'-!"' dos woman'a work in life.. Why length of time subscription .. paid In advance SOME FLORIDA PHILOSOPHY. It Its keeping o.nulltiea. The sting Is

not secure a bottle of Wine of from May 0th. The first 40 near- and servant. contrived little
,, Every man Is both master reully on exquisitely) W. will send THK BA.NNKII/ poet palto BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE

w-- Cardui from.,your'druggist tor ref free correct trips. It estimates Is therefore will Important receive these that Tears are but the safety valves to the trowel with which the bee finishes off to any address, for f 1 per year; Ou, for six.months .

.,, dayP'Foley's you rend In your estimate at once. Belurejfou heart. and cups the cells when they are filled ; 25o for three month. '
have the carrier sign the Coupon brimful with honey While doing this I
NEoJCARDUI eWh time you pay him 10 or'U cents.If Conceit will always destroy two good the formic acid passes from the polutof Or .

ttta. paper Is delivered by carrier or.K things at one time.. the sting, and the beautiful. work UflnlBlied. ,
the paper Is received by mall, and you secretas \Ve will send THB B.NNKR: and the
send In your renewal. don't forest to send Some women are as hostile to a _____________ New Yrok Tbrloo-a-Week World, one yeal ,I
oil la to water. for 1.65. I
'In'estimates.! *
Cure 1 A Bird Tb f. nard to Kill. I I'I TRADE Maass
,. Kidney The contest closes at midnight April It you want to discover all your rela extraordinary I DasiorisCOPYRIGNrs
will May 1st. Penguins un
and theates .open
sad bladder rizbt. &C.Anvone.anding .
makes kldnears suddenly rich. OrWe
While the estimates received last maybe tlves, get amount of vitality and are harder to sketch and de.erlptinn say
: the successful ones. It Is better to send When a fellow Is kicked by his best kill than nny ordinary cat. The writer will send Tall BAIVNCII and the anjfikly, luiwrfntn:: our optiilnn, free whether: ultiT .
In estimates once, and keep sending Atlanta Weekly Journal, one for$1.1\0 "",ten ta prohnblr '' 'NANObe.80s ommuulceilonsatrlatlymmddentlal *
bird year .
estimates girl. It may be called a-misa. once bad occasion to kill a large: on l' tsntent
as the first 40 nearest correct frees '" will receive the trips. It costs absolutely Courage without a bank account Is like aboard bill ship the Southern Cros1, Patent taken tamuirh Munn ts Cu.; rvcvlvetptcial
nothing to aoMr. the.contest Estimates a farmer without .a plow. i and making: use of the weapon next' OrIf notice, without cheese., la tbe

.cannot b* bought for any price, and as no his bond lie drove a large spike squarely wint all three 'papers -THsRANNKU Scientific Jltn .'ian.
number of admissionsto What good world this would be If all you
one will know the World's fair until after'the a through the crmtnre'B.tiwulVind finished The Mow York World, The At A huncHomnlr I (Insisted) weekir J..,..... clr.oulntlon .
the St. Louis men did what they boast of. ) the operation by nulling It fast to Unta Juurol1l-Wu will make the extremely of nnr ijleiitlcln Inurnul. Turnii,t3 eear
opening. day, every one has an equal low price of only.2.31) for the three paper r four month,aL Bold br .
Many a heart whispers a lovesongthat the deck. That seemed to make the Job lti Viy.eik
dunce.* .
Seeds .
I t1UNN & Co
Is never heard by the'world. very complete and he went below .!
Is the lime to subscribe branch Olfloe.CS r SLweabinytunD.TIE
rhymes Today acceptable
a n Nsntea ay decks for dinner. Coming up an hour --
.. .... find the of
amt.apps.erI- wloO CONUNDRUMS. If you want to out news your
ilD.ntin. It Inter, his astonishment wad prodigious
/y rrrTs.aA.w py feLD erne a..wrrw.nalhe on.. Spell eye water with four letters town, go Into the country on beholding the penguin/ bend erect THE BANNER. REC8RiG

ae.e bsrveet.AradM1. Auf Tear. Every ass thinks himself worthy to flippers 'ont. waddling about apparently

pootpal4 .ws. wall.ppI......... What faas'a bed and never sleeps has a feed wltbthe gentleman's horse" I with.'nt tl'Tjybt of the spike, which CUI ley, Fla. OF CURES! !

Do oaolsyayaliaalcO, mouth and never eats, and always keeps.' still .remained transfixed: In his cranium.
Love Is a celestial harmony that plays .
a moving A river. .- Foley s Honey ana Tar
on bread and meat down upon the earth.
What's the oldest tree In America? The A Cnrlonllr la Ku..-eIaare. No oJlates.

elder tree. The world would be full of tragedies If The negroes In the IMtlHh West Indian /&r.\;

BANNER '8A LVE twadiike the'north pole? everybody knew the honest opinions of Island of Grenada find It very; difficult
Is bald .
Why a
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to track of their descent EditionOF i '
others. keep Week :; "
bear Thrice ,
tri.moat heating _Iv. In that world. A great place. u. ":;--J 77' '"
and their relatives because of a carious ,
like a dog's tan? -. THE- :p .:
Why Ilia very.old man Every man should follow the Injunction "I
custom they' follow 'In naming
: .' J'D FORRB8TER old maids wear mittens? To r" which II, to eat but little and talK children. The father's Christian nameIs NF1V YORK WOULDAND Is growing larger every day. TOUR

JU8tice-ol-tlu-Peace. Why Iet>..... given to the son for bIB surname.Thus TIIE- NAME should be on the list .
off the chaps.Why
Land eonye.aoee and all acknowledge keep All: \ the pious old hypocrite of the worldare If a mun Is named John Jones, |rv CUBES

ment' a specialty.: Courts Thursday after lnanoMHAId like a wilted apple thoroughly: lubricated with the bent hU son may be called James John and Chipley Banner Gw-F t Whites Painful
? Because she Is hard to pair., Profuse and Irreau-:
James and FOll
third Monday In math month. tf.. brand of oil. that son's son Robert so L .
r', What was the color of the Maine' ? Blew on to the end of the chapter. Naturally Is- Menses,

(chine) up from the bottom. A When you find a man (tiled with self- in a few generations( families get $1.5(; PER YEAH SERSTIE'S Ova l.n of Troublea.rEMAL& the Vomband .

w. FI. IMOCI-TOTS When may a man be said to breakfast love, never make either! a friend era con' Into a hopeless muddle and nobody FA.SACEA. Falling
Florida. Bdant of him. whom be Is related. The Twioe"a-week World has now becomethe all other disturbances to which
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Insurance, In' the very beet eoml,>an1e*. In bed. The bridge of l human life ban. many ors Monday Wednesday and Friday. obstinate cases which for years haveresisted
Real estate bo' llb$ and sold, bnmof terms ? When'It U Gaining a Little The moat liberal otter ever niiulo to the all other treatment.
not whoa waiting
When a a nose -the longest we are
tttor If want ln*ir- seep spans
offered to K you The discouraged artist stood off from The Thrlce-a-week. World I.larger
sacaplacedo- to buy 'or sell real little reddish (radish.) for money from home bin latest work and viewed It with a public. -woekl)' new'laper > > AN OLD CHRONIC CASE.

w, How does a boy look U you hurt hIm 'if pubii.hed.furnishing eighteen page., For five year I suffered from whltfsand fnllu"Cl"
vY. d. MILTON It has been said that all the fools gloomy 'ace.There's week and the womb trouble three p -
M-irlanna. f'la, It makes htm 'fill "O" (yellow.) din "" talking about It," be eight columns wide every relieve rue. I then buvitn taking
and wilful men In the world should no use Chipley) llamas lop One Dollar and Sixty- C.F.P.fuidmyeunuiti'meuoii! imi>iti>"(S'
-- --- Why Is a bonnet with a faded ribbon nil the lawyers would starve. aid morosely, "1 can't paint sa well as live cent a year. The World combines all and t am now practicably(l cured. {I. tdkapleiisura ,
A. man needs exercise as well as a like a lamp burning dimly? It wants a J did ten years ago." the freshness and crispness of a dally with in recoqtmcnf I y.f.f\1f.erl: \ hll !

schoolboy bat take It moderately.Qomeof trimming.Wbv The woe of a literary man are loamy "Ob. yes. you can" said the tried and the Instructive and II semi feature of a women. Maul. "';vl.:,, 'K y. '

the snarled and knotted frames) boy and the good wife'Is not the least of honest friend to', whom ba made the weekly. for further Information WrltatnlbaljMlljn'noltb! ; _,.._,_,_,._,TS .
whipping a
of early. age are the rheumatic bodle- Is a schoolmaster falsehood like Apollo? lie I them because? she !1'1 never. 'o ten".wlth Dflon.Hit.'* only that your taste TheCUIPLEY. !: BANNER, e ark<>.,"a Sffi .SsVSsaS? SELL o.F.P. t
for telling a over-books. Chlpley: Via.
of overworked acrobat.Saboolmas the Jealousy U improving.
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f. always been" rule with its to close out each seasons goods and carry fresh goods o'll'T1lk summer we bought most to 'many Dress

a Its a. Goods. Now the Knife goes into the prices and deep enough to 'uwAat is left ffowdoe3, these polar strike you.

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. ; The 25c values for 19 cents. The 20c values for 15 cents. The IStfc values for 9 cents ladies undervests 4c to 35c each. Mens underwear good value at 91J suits now $r.: Another line roes elSQc a suit.

, SfF*Ire have thrown out on our remnant counter some of the seasons best sellers at a Sacrifice prct You will have to ste these to appreciate what they are.' ,.,,,

t' Our Mr. Campbell goes this week and will visit the Jest markets in the country, and while o willbuy the larjest line ever shipped into R -
t +: Washington county. We want your business and will make it to your interest to trade with. Campbell CII' .

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Dlree ry. [days. :Brace up Tommy she will come ,.00. It chronicles your successes and two has been manager of the Cbtpley rlor Bros. Is the plat J to get what you,I Farrior! Bros.
I want and they are not only the
M. E. Cbarch, South.-Preaching every bock again when school la over. your sorrows, wherever :TOO may be. i I Hotel, left Sunday for Jacksonville-I. place, In town but carry at all ebeaJll"1 1- IVWT1CIC.

1st and 3rd Monday at 11 a. xa. aDd 8 p. m. Those who would forget yon but for the companied by bas wife. Charlie we understand beat and freshest ID town.FOK .
G. N. Winslatt. Pastor. Miss LnellH Jordan left Tuesday evening I I I I have this day sold all my Interest In
where home paper, are ever and anon remindedof will go: on the rood for a Jacksonville --- the drnir bnslnessof' Turner: Farrlor
Sabbath School 10 a. m R. I. Miller. for Rome,Ga., >she will enter
Snperlntrndent. your existence by some Item In the firm. 8AI.K. to FarrWr Bros., who wlllM8Bullte all llabllitrea -
.. Shorter college for another season. and collect all doe the
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights.: home paper where,you spent your boy .. I The "JllptJn' ncrm d land sftaatadon old ffrm. amount.
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday Mr. J. M. loft Saturday afternoonfor R..ICB. Biil. anatbww., Chi"""' Sod an ofI -
nights. Everybody cord: lly Invited. Sapp hood days. OtheR may deceive and defraud I I I ten tt IllHNiK A. ........--. fan in Lac Wta. This; : Aog. 15th, 1903. ,

)Florals Ala.! to vend a few days, you but the little homo paper never All persons holding warrants Issued and .*Any tnapanainr orcnttina-ol timberthin J. M.Torner. :
land will be dealt with tothoraltaat eatent Of la
Baptist Cbor Preaching every \2nd after which he will be at Westvllle. What do the editor registered ate hereafter men- w. -
and 4th Snndat. S. It. Rogers pastor. forgets./ you give' tinned against' the funds named as follows :NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

Sabbath School: p. m J. D.. ForresteSuperlnWmefinV. Next Tuesday Is the day' for the town's for hit constancy? : Fine A Forfeiture, Mar 18t. A. D. Da-I.tloD Notice. Denartmrntof tae Interior.\
the ?* 1SXO: General Revenue. let, 1003; Notice..hrrebr rlren. that the arm of 'Rnaa i Land Office at CanteanUe.. FI..Sept.* ItfO. frCntioaJs
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. /general election. Of course nom The following la a list of the teacher Bridge & Building, July 1.1003, ; Building Ram (I".O. Haw and C.E. Rued)ol Vernon Fix.haa hereby dean that the fbHntrmff-nanod

oces of the primary will be elected. u bo werest1CCf'B8'ulln passing the September Sept. let JOCB, are hereby notified ttiladay Ijwju dfnarfviad br anutval. -', _tier....fed notice bio Intention to ma HoConmtatioapronfinavpportnf
.&.;..MU.--8 : g 8 : 8 g : there let I funds Id the treasury to R.8. Rom varctuuilnf bitacvat. The sew his dahn and
Farrior Bros will not only give you the examination' : pay I I firm aaronma all ItabUMea and wfll cnUoct all oat. that said peed will be made before Clerk Circuit
when presented and Interestwill
same ,
atanttlnr aooounta. Court at Vem r. Fla,oa Octobpr 17th. 1903. rite
t Town Topics. best price for your country produce, sell but First Grade-Mrs.;; W. C. Locfcey Miss' be paid on ant of said warrants after This September 1st.1903. 'David U.Standfer: of W.u.....FI..Hd.SliU: for ,
will save :yon money on what they F R. 1IM8 E. Young. d ate of thli>notfc J.O. RUSK. UmneM ef aw1d 8x24. Tp.3 N. R.M-'.
'l'ayno, Vernon Fla Sept ]17th. A. D 1903. He name,the Muwinir witnamm' tn 0109 his
(i, yon.Why Second (Jrado,-Henry :Bush T. J. Respectfully, :NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. aiaUnnnsa apm and canfaratiua ol said .
HaJtoero.AogMher fa it that country prodnce never L. 11. How ,. land sift T. J. WTIunav I>oncaa Kino WllliaTaylor. .
Noway PaI'aCnlP.teuslte.ders.. '. pa.S4-i onr door? Because we pay irore: Roulbac (col.) Treasurer HUT Department of the Interior. ILJind .John Tiller an of Want? Fla. .
; for It than otherst-Brooks ft Godwin Third Gr"de-l\1 Mtmn Carmichael Washington Co. OBtoa at GafnaoTille.Fla.Sept.S. 19OX f _, W.G.Robiaeoa.ativtoter. ',
r Notice IB bnvbr give,that tbe fe nwlnB> aoie4aettter fee paW. i.KOTICB "
g ; b : g : : 8 : g I :.::1'g ; X 8 i Yernou. ,I Miss Ads Robinson Miss Klzzlo Gainer, BUSH ITEMS. liaiiBIedBotiaeof. ti'm hitentloQ to make I.
Mon I' Baal ... .. .in ol Ilia data, and that said
The public school will comi nrnee to note that Master Bert I aopport FOR PUBLICATION. ,
We are glad Mlas Jakle WIII&ford.MI8s Gene Ualner, proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at
day. III threatened with something i Mr Thomas Collins./ Jr. visited his Verncn. Fla..on October 17th. 1903, via Sanrfen I 'Department of tile Interior. ) :::
Davis who Is Ernest" Reddick. >. W. Bowen 11. C. lIar grandfather, Mr. Gadi'Yates I last Saturday L. D.... of&_ FlaH;c. lor the nK of I land Office) at Gameorillo." Fla.Sept.5. 1103. f I
\Yt>)Is Bros wants to aoe yon. Don't I I I pneumonia, Is some better at rIll, Miss! Mary Hopkins Patience Raul- and Sumtar.: nwH Sec 1A T...t N..R.13__. :Necks of hereby! give. that the Mlowioavnamedaettler
He vaaraa the Mlowhiv" wItnu"Mea to his i baa filed rotuecl Iiai mtontaai h> make
forget it. this writing.Thewavofth. hac, (cot.)J. J. Cotton, (eo).) Mr. Allen, te&fher of the Poplar Head continnoc mHomcB, noon and cultlration prove'"f aid Nat pad to)_J>POrt id Us stake. and(bat said
: Mr. J. E. Galley made. business trip to I I school, vacated his school last week on land ric: Rohn Soitt.Ji.W. SoncIL.C.f.PUbert prod will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at ;
transgressor Is hard Four angel* wo mean four pretty girl account of nor* ye j J. F. Wachob.ell of Urxtm. PI... Yerm n. October 17th. 1103. viu Willie I !
.: Pensacola last week.WaarehPadgnarLPrs. bat to those who trade. with Farrior W.G Robhiaon.' Reai tcr. Hambrich of Tenon. Fla. Hd.anttt fcrUu tu iof
Bros. life Is an eternal source of happl- *wtx>peo down on the BAKNKR sane Mr. George Harper and Mr. Ham. of Ed. lea paid. eke IS.Tp.a N. R. 14 went.Bonamoo .
for snuff of all turn Tuesday afternoon and captured the Ala., spent the nigh with Mr. Levi the Mlowfaia wttn"_ to awe his
coot manna rimdoiice and caltrrattai of laid
Yates and last
family Saturday night.
.1 hinds.-Callaway & Co. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
via Alex ,
took land letter: Geneve Gainer, Henry
The Misses Richardson! will this season editor-wo mean him by surprise Mrs Davis and son. Charlie returned Department of the I........... I 1>&..... Joieph J che.11 o< Vrratm Flaw
,/ Mr. N. Uolver, of DeFunlak paid. us" a. show an elegant linn of waists and Jack- The vision of iovllness) was so great and home taut Saturday; they had been land Office at Gamuarille. Fla..Supt. lisa. ( W.G. Robinson Register.paid. .

pleasant call Saturday. ets for ladles as well as a line of' rbilI the surprise so complete that we do not spending a few days with relatives In Notice thereby giTcn that.the'. InwmirlTainrdaetUrrhaa ./na -
.. I drens wear. .Alabama.We Bled notice hto bite..tit>n to make
Most anything Von want In negligee know' where our deportment was perfector Snal prnol hi anpport.< his dahn. and tbat said NOTICE<< FOR PUBLICATION. ;'.
i Mr. Axel Lagergren of Snndtvall.Swe- are glad to learn that Mr. McCol- proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at '
& Co.
shim at Calluway not, however we think we managed to lough. who has been quite nick for the "_ Fla. on October 17th. 1WKL tic John- Department of the tartar.. IatGahieaTUlow
: of Carl Setterlmd) came In LancI Onto F...., Sep.M,.1 f
den. nephew Scott Sexton." Fla. Od.2S35Ar the nfi ol K
Mr. B. Itrootra. of Vornon, was a visitor pull ourselves together sufficiently to express past two weeks Is Improving very fast ft n Notice; berebr rhren that the follow. ina ueinedeettierem.fdttkad
Saturday evening and experts to make for the last few days. and o3i ol aJot.!b: :22.Tp.:2 N. R.U west
hat to make
In the city Friday. our appreciation of their visit and H..atlle"-In.wlt_ to piivio his ,
Florida his home. We are Informed,, that several of the I mnttm.nam mudeaoe Boon and cnrtivatkn of sate final p""lnp--'oIbJ. and that naklprn ,9
the to Inquire how we could serve them. We folks of land. .... Sanderk I. OaM G.W.Snwell. C,P. standard. our community met at
Brand shoes young
Star are .
V October 17th. 19U31: Tiar Waltur '
Wells Bros sells them. Furrier Bros. have got men's clothing would be glad to have such fair visitors Mr. Levl Yates last Saturday night with Gdberlo".P. Wachobvallof: .G.. Bobmeto.aextoavFla.i RCVWaWaTEM. W.Erartsof Maiera" Ferry. Fla.. Hd. 285O. for \.
and plenty of It and will sell yon a suit oftener then probably) would not. their' musical Instruments and had a delightful .fee paid.KOTICE i the arl-4af pet{alj of vela and nuL-4 el awl-4 ofSec.
Air. Robs Thus, of Birmingham Ala., cheaper than any body-don't. care who excite entertainment.We : I 3l.: Tp. I N. R.16 wont.HoaameatheloUawiiiaT .
'I they are. ns so ranch when they calledUNSETTLED. wttaemm" to (.... his ,
Is here visiting relatives. .. ,, had a severe wind and rain storm FOB PUBLICATION trot insane maiden ape and cnltlrathrn ef aaid.raoaVriz ;'
Your stove IK worthless when Its back 'O last Sunday night;-lots r>timber blown I Departaient of the Jnterioiv : J W.Bnrko. SL C. Burkn John W. i'Caali.i. '
Bolt cas>s. coat cases,telescopes and burns out. Boy one of our extension down and crops damaged a great deal by Land Office at Gamwnlle.. Pl...Srpt.& last fNotkx J.ft.Rator.: all of Fla.
trunks Callawav, cos.Thefamillargroeting backs and make It DAW.Brooks & Godwin the wind; no other damage done that we Is he .by Binn that tbe luIlowiBB. .uunadanttler W.G*J.cbinoBaaEC. R.esiater.
"Can tell me what sort of weatherwe .lee paid. !
you have heard of vet except fencing! being has Bled anticnvf bia nitcntkn to make
now Is: "How Vernon. expect next month?" wrote a blown down the farmers had to take the final pad ha rapport el his dale aad that aaid .
may ;
wilt be made helm J. K.
prunf Welle.CatJ' ;
; did the storm serve you?" Mrs M P. Jones, mother of the O. M. subscriber to the editor of a country pa rain Monday morning to rebuild fence to Jada at Vernon FUu.on October ITtn IWXknz: PUBLICATION.. :1..
protect their crop William D.OrilBn nl ChipJur.Fla. Hd.z&R': % for Department of Interim- .
Two lOc cans of Rod Flag or Standard of the BANKER, left' Saturday for her per, and the editor replied as follows: I .. tbe neM el neX of Sea I-' '....M. R 1*weat.He LaM OftSctt at c._ril..... JI'I... Jept.S.: 1901.. r

snuff for llo at Callaway & to. home at.Jones Mill l Ala. after a few "It la belief that the weather next Hams the loltewteawnaniiata" tohis Nutioe hereby firm that the. fnHowinmiaaiMl. .
my tattler lice tiled aotaa.5 hm mtantkn to aiakaffnalpmnl
Cary vlll*. Florida] Sept. 14, 1003.. omtinnoua renidenar aesa and cnltteatimnC: said.
Mr. Roswell Gay and family are visiting weeks scent here."And month will be very much like your sub land. Tie ". M. Wtrite. E. R Cbaooa. C.Fad tnPlNll't"'hladaJon..nd that aiiidtpnmfwifl .
En. BAKKBfti W.C.Sharp. and. Chiz>looF. Fla. liowmada before> J. R. WdCa ConotyJiKlBn
relatives here this week. wbere did yon get that hat?" at scription." The Inquirer wondered for W.G. Roil....... Re8Iatar.l at Vero,. Fla.on October. 1"" X\rileAs.
all the
Improving! time; W.SwhdeUnl Duncan. n... Hd. VillA far '
Bros of ought to Ed.fcepiM.
Farrior conrse; you go an hour what the editor was driving at, the Sanford Lumber IKinaX of ewX d flea .
We sell) three So cans of Red Flair or and Company Hire now 3ft.Tp. N.. H. 14 wuaU
at before they are picked over
once running their own engine, log/ .Sifter, and Lie names the Mtowmaiilliiiaii n to his. .
Standard :soul for loc. Callaway & Co. when he happened to think of the word ELICCTION eeo'zCg.: '
vet one. cnntinaiiaiaramdenoeapon and cultivation ol
; you said
train on the main tine of the I.. & N R.

., .;- V. E. Jacob, of Jacksonville was a visitor Wells l ros. sells almost everything, "unsettled." tic. sent in the require R.Everett with Seaborn:'! Tiller os rondnctor, J. Cannel Chamber I !land Bowoav, vie John Arcfiie Vi nf.aD.Damn allot Cornell Dancaav Diincajv, : Mark- :. .

here one day this week. but not everything so If yon want any amount next day.-Herald and Presbyter. /8. engineer,: and Eddie Barker as", Town of Chlplnr. Fla. > 'J! W.G. RoMaam, dRe It<.T. t
thing be sure to call and see If they have flagman: thin train, with the patent log It ia ordend by the Ed.iaepaM.DUMBER.
lifter. Is a wonderful Invention, and facilitates town cmmdl of Chipley. Florida that an tJrctkmbe
Mr. W. O. Daniel,of Campbell ton, eprnt what yon want. -
loading so as to keep_ the big held hi. tbe said town ol Cbli>ler. at tom Dekle
4_,Wednesday here on business. In the notice of Mr. McUeachy's deathIn TUB 8TOUOI. mill minting on full time. :Now, logs I warn horns en .thaaat: dar of September !
come to the mill by the A. IX 19OX for the pttrpnNe of etectinjr a *
Dr. Farrlor left Wednesday afternoon I last week's Issue the,pe made! us sayS The storm which held all Florida in its river and the railroad making great .dark mantbal and two alderman ar the said I

for a professional visit to West Bay. E.: 1\I'c.Oe8cby. wben- It should hate: grasp, struck. this section last !Sunday: Improvement on the old style way of getting town Done of*Cb/onlerad/ at nwnliir ncentin this the Flooring. \
them bY water only; thin mill Is of 4th dar ol Aawmnt.A. D. IWO.
been N. S. McUeachv.It andfortwenty-foorhours It blew furiously + Cell Ing, --
Mr. John B. Glen, of Wausau, transacted such gigantic proportions as to employ R.C.UOJCNE.: DkCARMICHAJX. .

business Chlpley Wednesday. Is not guess work with Farrior Bros. leaving destruction In Its .wake. more then 400 hands besides the following Clerk. Chairman Conacil. Sldlnq.

when they say they i are the cheapest Up to this, Wednesday night, we' have bosses tbe varioos departments: Finishing pnd DiinoDSlon staff farnNned1 ,I,
'Wo We are sorry to note the extreme Illness store in town, but one of those "old time I president on bort Dot Ice. You can build without
been unable to get any news from the Vice-Prfl8ldllnt and Manager,J. B. Knox Department. of the Interior.I
hard. down facts. having to ahlp your lumber from "other!
little of Mr and INra. S. A.
a one Book-keeper. J. A. McDonald) All." Lead OflVp at GameariUQj..VAor.
other portions of the state, but no doubtIt place, as It i III Diaoafactarrd right Itnro' .
Cook. Mexsrs. S. A. Alford, J. R. McColskey, Book-keeper, Isaac Spicer, Mill Manager 17. 1WJ. ) at borne and the la -_7' r
was as hard bit, If not more so, than E. A. Council, Plainer' Manager D. Kotlm to herebr dept that the Mkwrmjr-namM money yon upetvt ',
and V. E. Coleman attended the turpentine aettlorhaHnk ] .<*.leBfd hm intentm to make kept In circulation here at. banjo. which
N Jenkins
the "Little Saw Filer and Machines
For the "Little Ones" buy ,
we were. It impossible to give even a neal prod in anpport of his claim and that said adds to the business of our city And t>) oho
Samson" Shoes sold only by Callaway convention at Jacksonville last Jessie Eubanks. Engineer of big m'li I
; faint Idea of the damage. proof will be made befnra Ckrk Cnxait i Court at goiimral-braelitof our dtlZf'_' So build
& Co Seth Sargent. Engineer of Plainer Kllsha Vernon.Flaon 36.WOi William W.May. "
week they report a good time. Haft. was yon Rood bofiMt now and beupwlthtborsvld .
; The gale struck Chlpley Sunday morn Corley, Yard Boss Jno Remwtek. Jr.U MiBrr"Fferry.Fla.. Hd 30SM lor the march of our city's 4
Col F. M Gideon, of Washington, D.C. Must Carpenter hurtle Whltaker, Store e\2\ 01"f. .01 Sea;w. Tp.:a N. R progrewVe "
FarrIor Bros. store might easily! log Increasing In severity as the day M. la-. will furnish you the lumber sit market, '
come In Saturday evening and will spend culled slaughter for It Is there that Manager 11. Illnote. Clerk James price. Come
see OKU
a pen liD names the tnWwlng witnesses tn htocoutbiooaaraaidencoBpnaiandCBlthratirnof '
are butchered and put down lower passed away; by night It was a howling, Dixon, Land Agent; together with these I goes
few here. prices rid GULP COAST NORTHWESTERN
a the men who have charge the various departments land rfe A. MitchHI. ...
than all competitors.J raging storm worst ever known In : Banyan Ga. F. C. I
there Is quite a number of I log _. I IEd. LUMBER A SAWMILL
to 25 Yew J. J. Drake allol 11 Ftc y. Fla. j";
from 5
Wells Bros will save yon D. Forrester offers all his householdand this section. Fences! was leveled to the and timber Inspectors who Inspect all I W.Go 1WbI_
per cent on all you buy from them. Don'tforget ground, trees blown down and all crops timber coming. In and going out of the i: .toe ..... Register. < M. R. Prltcfiard, IVfan
It. kitchen furniture for sale. This Is a mill. J. O. Anderson the manager Is avery ..;
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Judge J. R. Wells and wife returned chance to get a good baagaln; all. the almost totally dnxtroyed. It !III said that quiet business man having perfect .
sale. fully 15 par coot of the trees la the woods command of erery department and the issss taywwC9Nt'6 C tawlrws
from Atlanta Saturday where they had goods will be sold a) private business", goes on by the most Improved

pent the summer Wo are thankful to say that the storm were blown( down. methods. In the most systematic and DEKLE & CO. Bankers 1

i did ns but little damage, neverthelessonr In town the damage was considerable, quiet.way. SBA GULl ;

The prettiest ladles fall and winter bats goods are going as cheap as though Wells Bros and Cullaway A Co., being .. .. '
at shockingly low.-ll rook 8 & Godwin CH.PbEY. FLfl.
prices Vernon. < they had been Injured., the heaviest losers. The roof on their List or Wfcito Temrh.r .f w.........
Mr. W..C. Lackey and family, of Vernon buildings were blown partially off; In The storm! last Sunday and Mondaywas banking. Collections receive prompt and careful .Attention and all remittedfor
and Mr. and Mrs Ira Hutchison of consequence of which quite a lot of their. 'Name. 'Teaching! at P. O.
the worst ewer experienced In this on, day of payment at current rate of exehsnge.mow. .
West Bay passed through town Wednesday goods: were damaged. Miss F R Ham, Mlllvlllo t Parker.
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Mild v r Inaalatnii i i{-- -
section of the state. M Iss E Young, St Andrews t Parker.
onroute to Elba, Ala., to visit rel- All we can say Is, the storm was terri- Mrs W C Locker,X Vernon ti.C9

If you want to prosper( save money. If atlves. ble, and we do not know the half yet.BONIFAY Miss C n Boyd, Chlpley t Uhlpley.
you want to save money, trade with I Miss W Harvey Chlpley Cblpley.
Wells Bros. The Misses Richardson have received I Mrs W Brock, Vernon, Vernon. .
their[ immensenew line of millinery, hats NEWS. Miss C Prows Tompkins, 'Tompkins.

Mr. J. E. Calley returned Wednesday etc., and are opening It up ai fast as pos The rainfall of last six 1\111'91\1 Yeiverton' Union, Vernon.
from Ponce de Leon, where ho had been sible. The opening date will be announ wa TJ Key, PI..t.s't. trove,' Clarksnn.
ced later. nehes. S D 11011'10, New Hope. MIl'r F'v. do some surveying. I R I Roche Long B>v. 4 Vernon.A .
Please don't forget that the best shoes While Florida was held In the grasp of Regular, appointment or Rev. D. A. A Allen' Poplar Head Bush. .

are the }!'rledmaDSboos/ ; sold only by one of the worst storms ever' known, the Simmons:: on next Sunday. Miss! (Dayton, Parker. Parker. .
R t* '! New Vernon.
Slngletary.: Honor
Callaway & Co.. northwest was swept by a howling blla Prqf. Barber_was on the grading committee J W Bowen New Orange, Orange H'l. Closing Out

I Miss Home, of Jacksonytile spent last zard, snow covering the ground to a at Westvtlle last week. Miss TJ Russ Nixon. Nixon.
M Iss JM Holmes Plney Hill. Chlpley.
week here the guest of her cousins Misses depth of six Inches. Strlcklaad and Pate are doing a good Miss J Wllleford, Bradfordf Wausao.II .

Mary and Anise Uorne. You please the whole family when yon C Harris, So Bonifay. Ilonlfa,. I
t. business now ginning cottonA.
home with an armfull) of groceries' D L McMillan Perch Pond, Wausau.T .
The only man who makes no mistake go S Ichener, West Bay West Bay.
from Farrlnr Bros. because they are fresh
In the man who does his trading at Wells and they all know they are the best In B.Adams returned from a trip last Mr E I Carter, x Vernon.J SXLF.ii.1 ,1 tAU -

Bros store.' quality and cheapest In priceIt Saturday from down In South Florida., J \ Ansley, Brock, WaDsao. .
Mrs M Miller
South Side Wilder.
Mr:Robt. Standerfer now has charge Creel Bros loaded two or three cars of Miss E Miller, Bahoma, C'larkson.

of the Chipley Hotel, and will keep It up was certainly not excitement produced lumber and timber the first' of the:week. T 8 D Gainer, Econflnsi Eron ma. \ '
by the appearance of a bevy of W C Ftnney, Grant., Konifay. oar goods mast be sold by

to the usual high: standard., pretty girls that caused the editor to lose The crops In this section have been Slice, A Roblton. Tiller. Wansan. I

Farrior Bros. la *'..ho" to be the MltsN Buchanan. Yates, Vernon.A October flat. tI .',
poor of wind damaged considerably from the gale of
man's friend when It comes to good shoes! his hat one day recently; a gust I B Nelson Bethel. Conrard.

at popular prlcus. blew It off, and the cars would not stop last Sunday Miss M Carmichael' i Millers ."y. '
Miss J K Gainer Orange HIM.

The editor would very'' gratefully appreciate for him to recover It. Mr. Keyton and family of Dothan Miss. Gene Gainer x. Orange Hill. Neither Profit nor .Cost I
Miss Man Hooking I .
x Orange Hill.
came in on Saturday of last week) to y Islt
those little amounts a few of
Remember and ask for your cash cou Ernest Keddlek. It. Dnncnn. i
I our subscribers are In arrnaa. I pon' when yon get through trading at Dr. Newton and family returning' home Miss! E Haker, x St Andrews. ,

Farrlor Bros., for they are each worth on Tuesday. Henry Bush, x Vernon. I Will be Considered! k
If you want shoes that are shoes net Xc each and each one Is also numbered X No school contracted for. t School I

i the Star Brand; they are -gnaranieed by and you may be the lucky one and get The gale of last Sunday was very severe contracted for,but not yet>d.U I

.Wells Bros to give satisfaction. that 13 worth to be given away Dee. 1st. In this section quite a lot of dam- L. PRATT I .*.

Have Please to make you a dozen photos Mr. J. D. Forrester has sold out all 'his age being done. The turpentine Interests _Co.-Mop> No Reasonable Offer Refused!

and he will absolutely frees
give haying suffered
you very much.
property II) Chlpley and will move to En f. 1'IoUe..r A".u.auo. lor .Tax: Boed.

10x20 crayon enlargement. terprtse, Ala In a short time. We regret Editor Jones was In oar city on last I Ratio to hereby Iri...... tbat C. BL Thom_ i

Just received some grass blades and to see Mr Forrester leave; he Is one Sunday, and now Mr. Editor, ton will : 17.parduo 307.dated.thBlctdayrt.Certificate.*July.'N...A.137.I>.ISA 19OLbu 16tl Come See What We Have.It .

steelyarrls along with a lot of other hard among the oldest citizens of the town, please pardon us, as through an over filed aid orrtiflcatM In mjr olttao and has made
Brooks & Godwin Vernon
it ware.- application lor tax deed to Lass In accordance
I having been here about 18 years. Ho sight, we failed to recognize yon. with law. Said ortMcatM_lor.... the realm*. Will Pay You.PARRIOR .
We had a pleasant call last Friday hnd dcHcribnt pnvertr, altti e t 'In Waahhiirtaicoontjr.KIcrlrti.
sold his property to Mr. V. Coleman. Mr. and J. .towit (Oka. 3 awS
Mrs S. Coleman and daughter -> : } and 14. ofBBK.
Mr.J ". D. Hewitt of .
from Bonlfay. .ftec.5. Tp. 4 8. R. 14..:k>Ca l to 4 .t.11 *, -
while he was here on business. The second primary passed off very Miss Ponnio, will leave the latter' :K of Iota t4azs.isn.15ie14..8.1'p.45. :
m k s l to.. a Ia.bik.11 aX.Soc.35,Tw J : BROS.
of this
part week for Indian Ga.
last Monday' and a full vote Springs, R 15 Iota S dt t _
of ''Force" for quietly was w: brk 30. W. See I.Tp 45.. R.
Try a package your Mils Pennie will attend college at For- 15 w: !of.lU..... 6_otI... ..... I t"bUr. I. saM. 41 '
@ breakfast; not only good, hut also( laitrengthlng polled. Mr. W. Vt'. Harvey was! nominated Bee. I. Tp 4 8.. R. 15.. -

t .- ; for sale bY Farrior Bros. by a majority of six votes.: The can- syth Oa. tumanadwtehmertiautain Tin aaal land bah>>anammal tile nama d tof c"* Un the <: IIPLEY, FT.. i iI

Mr. 8. A. Cook who has been away for didates to be voted for at the general The wet and dry ticket Is warming up known Unknown a W. Bld,. rasa Aam. Un 1

I several monthsleceltlng medical treatment elect lonon the S3nd met, are: For May- and we are very sorry to see our friend,. "fee_redeemed.. Ua_according Unless t..'.aaid.... tax oortlflcmtra deod will aball fauna I i-

,, returned home Friday' evening.We < |lor, John.B.Glen, Jr. for Clerk, R. C. W. D. William" ,'the editor of tbe.Adver- thorenn VTIUMM an mr tam oflKial 3rd day. aUrnaum oi Oct.A.and D.Boat 190BL this the .

are glad to II6D him back and looking Home for Marshal, W. W. Harvey for h ear, taking the stand he has against the 2TUI dar of AtlKUSt. A. IX.1903.. 1
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so well. Alderman_ D. White. It. Miller.. dry ticket. Clerk Circuit Court Wariuaaton Caw Florida. -

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