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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
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November 12, 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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Vol. XL Chi >ley, Washington Co., Florida) Thursday, November 12th 1903 Number 21.

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,''i TWO STOCK EXCHANGES. Political !VIl.crHny. 'ltANhtfi t 0 1lOeOY Ixclcoff, From Bulgaria, THE UPPER, MISSISSIPPI.

: ....._ Ili York l Say War I."ltable. Trip That Compares Favoraby With
+ 01. Between r
and BevllB Institution !Home: men who have been calling themselves CALL1 W11.Y &- CO. 1' ---- the El* RI"... ot Earth.

If any member of the' New York "captains of Indna r)")wbald be M. TxekolT, the new Bulgarian diplomatleagent He who bas m ,fle a voyage from St "

Stock l&xcbonge who Is entirely, unacquainted more properly called "pirates of finance.'', : who has Just arrived In Paul to St. Louis by boat In the

between' Turkey springtime or the autumn has seen the
,\ with German speculation Perseverance will accomplish almost HATS. London, regards war
finest river tint be observed .
y should visit the Berlin bourse he would ministration ha and Hulstarla aa being practically Inovlt scenery may "
practically from the deck of a steamer excepting
find at every point the most striking able In the coming spring. In an outspoken -
wiped Oat the .;freetsurv surplus that of the Ilndson and the
divergencies iron) hi* home experience.: ;
r: during the first quarter'of Ihe current At The Same Place Interview' bo declares there Is not Rhine. Yet few people are awwre of the
He Tfoald b4l! surprised to see the .
the slightest< rear Improvement In Macedonia and of such trip. I
,: bourse: attended by quite 2.000 persons, fiscal year. pleasure beauty a
that the Austro-Russia reform have floated down nearly all of the
Including)! clerks of banks newspapermen "VTalt until Is what the republican
gent year" The Same
With Low Prices.
schemes' futile and that In consequence great rivers. The Amazon from &lannoa -
and rial tors like himself. z
leaders In Congress) will whIs-
of tie troatment of Bulgarians In Macedonia the Brent rubber market about
Also;he would be Interested In the 1mmJSe -
size of the 1alJ-300 feet long divided per to the appropriation grabbers( at this Oom.,JsJeo TJs! and the strain on the principal re lroo miles from the lien Is a vast ugly j

by colonnades into three sections. session. sou cell arising from the necessity of volume of water without any beauty; t

one of which Is assigned to the Produce Mr. Roosevelt might Jump on one of 'We \V1H,Tell You The Rest. upi.ortlnt,100OX{ refuges/ Bulgaria will whatever The Or>aoco from CInAad
Bolivar Is a small edition of the Amazon -
; Exchanger On one aide of the bull, *overal the big postal gratters .if only to how lie firood to havRvreeourse to war. the tropical

doors open Into a grassy, smart: that he Is not afraid of, ,tb<->m. tJ) esssesesesesssss The Bulgarian agent further declares' which, line although Its bnnUs: are mysterious Jungles In ;p1 7y
shaded by trees and surrounded by a _
Members ol the House know that theyare I that trade with Bulgaria, tats absolutely their denseness and ore supposed to
pillared lobby, where brokers sit m dull We Want To
summer days and float their. latest not. to be allowed to work at the extra H : ceased, and adds that I he European banks conceal all sorts of wild be;at9 and

N 'L stock of anecdotes. Session! nod are wondering If thev wH have stopped the credit of the Bulgarian creeping things. The Parana, which

That shaded: court to suggestive of will be'allowed to talk Sell You Your banks, which In tarn have stooped the Bows from Paraguay down past Buenos -

gal r, deeper differences between the New credit of the Bulgarian people Ayres end Montevideo, Is more like
All the political grafters are not republicans the Mississippi than of the others
r '" any
York Stock Exchange and the, Berlin "This economic crisis, the agent coat
,'but a very largo majority of W ClothingShirts! except that It lacks the bold cliffs and,
Institution. In New York the pnmber '. tlnuns, "will be a hundred fold worse
charming towns and villages that overlook
them '
fixed and Is small In are.
of members la: proportion '
next year, and In Itself must provokewar. the Father Waters.. The Magdalena -
$ : 'to the'Immense! volume of bnslnciw Bro. San Jones should endeavor to 'f All Bulgarians agree: th>t It Is bet- of Colombia the fourth largest

Gone. In Berlin there Is 'a great convince liov. W. O. Petty ot (ialoeavllte Trunks ... ter to have a few weeks' war with Turkey river In South America Is a turbid
hoc'OLa ot'.ma1l dealers and the amountof
trading, Is u-uch less than In New ; U*., who recently shot a liquor .1 after which formal relations will be stream that la either very low or very

York. Owing to the easy terms of admission dealer that the tongue Is mightier! as a Goods :',.:'.: -,,' resumed, than a promulgation of' the high according aa ,you travel in the .

the bourse becomes a mere converter than a gun. Dry present strain on Dulgaria's>> resources. rainy or dry season-of the year.: Its
'- banks lined with tropical forests,
place where traders meet to effect their 'There! 'Is nothing la Mr. Roosevelt'sthanksgiving :. are
y ;
Groceries often Impenetrable, and It changes Its
transactloro. There Is oo sale of seats.
proclamation boot the And Till a Republic
course an often na the Missouri. It has !p
In fact no membership fee exists l but '
dwindling surplus. -- a wild !tort! of splendor but It does not a
only a small yearly tax Is collected.
;r which varies from time,tp time aa the Wba U t.he.matter with llamas? He Not content with having Increased the compare with tbo Mississippi any respect q

expenses) of the organization require.: does not seem to hanker after the job of .S'L1tH'CALLA. expenses of the White House a hundredfold .

Contrary to New York practice membership working the trusts for,,Roosevelt's mon- and asking for supplemental appropriations i In Europe the Danube la. more like

Is largely held by companies ; of Congress for receptions and I tIle Mississippi! than any other river

..a and firms. Nearly all the banks of,iCe. -ey.All 'W.AY & CO. entertainments President Roosevelt, proposes I and drains! a similar country. The passenger
boats are much superior be-
the wurld has known from the first
for members
city example, are to place all the ushers, messengers
the more'! Important ones keep above a tbat Russia never Intended to, got out of cause the proprietors cater to the tourist
nr and servants. In the White House. in livery For several( centuries''
t''. core of their employees] on the floor. Manchuria. The pretended surprise ,at patronages.
the governments of the' provinces
Thus the Individual New York broker the reocrnpatlouof portions of tbe ,country ,
A Washington dispatch contains the through: which the Danube' runs have
as a rule;counts for ytlllt.J.7'more thana Is simply: diplomatic hypocrisy A POET'S ALOOfNESS, Not o Good Looker.From Information that Secretary WIIII'am been Improving Its channel and walling
New; York Inconcentrated.
member of the bourne.
'Fs-pI'P has had wide the mountains of Camden Me., Its bonks that along at least half
ldenttlevelaod a so
.- Is Intense. Berlin disperses J The Meaner In Which Word.worth r..neb, Jr., Is making arrangements for up
comes a story of a Philadelphia merchant Its course It la now more of on artificial
eiperleuce with the professional news- the and that If ridicule and pub-
Its energy, and Is comparatively WM neBtad by Ilia Heluhbor. change: '
who has in
a summer cottage
thnn natural stream At one point
y dull. It knows nothing of those great paperjlar' and should be Immune. The worthies of Wordsworth's tillage that village and who wished to exchange lic opinion do not force the abandonmentof where a It lows through a mountain

days of triumph or disaster that render Perhaps our- optlmlatle republican In the lake country of Englandhad a lively horse which be_owned the ,Idea, by the time the 'winter's gorge' 1 1:1 the! Balkans the scenery is

the nnnals of Wall street plctnrenue their own Ideas of lits value as a I with French Canadian who had round of begins all attaches
friend believe It I III an flSCIIIR CIt prosperity a a )receptions more! striping thun any along the" Mississippi -

And It hicks our large daring: operators that:: Is "bunting" h nk.. man and a poet When! questioned more gentle animal, which women and of the executive offices of the White but for the rt'at.of the way the
who startle the with their bold after his death to his
country personality
"L aa
; children could drive The Frenchmanwas
House will wear uniforms and livery so latter 1 Is> much superior. The Volga In
schemes.William C. Dreher in Caa- Sanford B. Dole who baa been appoint- they readily admitted that be was kind
to trade but for
willing some reason
gorgeous that traveled visitors will be I Russia!! la a good den like the Missouri, ,
': tury. Ad G U. 8 Judge, Is still the biggest roe to those who were In sickness or need. Insisted to visitor ,
_ _ upon repeating the reminded of the courts of Europe.tio a tiny. muddy stream, with clay banks"
Th. ......... In the Hawaiian puddle. They could count' on hIm' on a pinch. that the local horse did not "look"as that are not at all attractive. 'The
Dut he did not hobnob with his neIgh- detail of dr"sM or style will be omit-
Thumbs bare been appreciated ever well the to the
) Office I as one belonging Rhine, of course everybody' knows
Post frauds and Laad' .Office
ted stated that the followed
bors.. I and It Is style -
world Tbe ancients
since tbe began.
Philadelphia man.
about, and for romance, ruins I\ndother
need to call the thumb the other band. frauds, to say nothing of general waste "lIe did'not notice them much" said i An exchange satisfactory to both In the court bf 1 St.::; : James will tie, closely artificial attractions and traditions it 1*

c Barbarous kings used to swear and and mismanagement, are sufficient for an old man In answer to Questions parties was eventually made, and the followed. Perhaps the President may Incomparable.

make compacts by their thnmbs., In the recall ot the Democratic "party to asked by"the author of "Lake Country 'I I first time the visitor's wife took the subsequently prescribe a court dress, so The Nile has> been utilized by tourist

1 Rome It was a sign of favor to wring power. Sketches. new horse out for a drive she discovered that all persons who desire to call upon agencies greatly to their profit, and
and lisa the thumb and of disfavoror "A Jem Crow nnd an nnld blue cloak that the beast a-s blind .
was as a
The official treasury statement was not him, either on public or private business, equally to the pleasure of their pa-
disgrace to lift It up or turn It out was his rig continued tho old .:an. I mole. A few dnys later, when the rue-
meant to be humorous wben It declared will hn obliged to wear a certain cos- trous. although there is very little natural
"And for his habit, be bnd coan.Nlver .
as ,
ward. A man who was hurt hi his tlcator met the Frenchman, bo said And the greatest attractions

'-, thumbs was excused from serving In that the lurploua was wiped out by 'Increased ,knaw him with a pot 1' his hand I''I "See here, you rascal! That horse tume. scenery(are tho venerable ruins, the mys-
expenditures and decreased receipt or a pipe I I. his mouth." Things are considerably different today
the Roman wars. Some of the scour you swapped with me for mine was teries of the desert through which It

drelly citizens' nred, to cot off tbelr .*;. Tbe writer was afraid that somebody After deep probing the author broughtout ,. stone blind. Why didn't yon tell me from a few years ago, when William flows and the picturesque Arab> settlements t

S thumbs BO as to rriualnt at home and might think It had been "swiped." : of It at the time?" McKlnloy was President, and the latest that line Its banks. It similar "

get rich. Teachers used to punish their,' "Yes; Wordsworth was fond of a "Ah'm bin try tell you all Ah'm bin Administration fad recalls the story of accommodations for travelers that areno"

pupil by biting their thumbs. Mr Roosevelt recently declared that good dinner at times' If ;ron could get know boys fer to tell. Ah'm bin say my Mr. McKlnley's anger when he noticed \
found the Nile could be placed
the consular service should be Improved l, him to It. That was tbe Job." Captain LotlC er. the President's doorkeeper '
horse was no look lot horse-say L'
I you In full uniform. Inquiring thn upon the Mississippi and the boats
h; B.eearaisaent for Cbe Br.Patsy and since that Bl_hop Potter'has lauded Then the poet's aloofness was again so seer, nine tams ALui no blu blam'eef mason for the change, he was Informed managed with equal skill and liberality

w -Mom., won't yer gimme, me a consulship for aa Inexperienced nephew. touched upon. you no bear me."- Philadelphia that It wan thought that It would be more
the enjoyment of the would be
have all the attendants uni voyage
candy now? ,i. "He was forever pacing the roads Ledger dignified to
formed. much greater but I people will
Mr, DMn* Ol tell, > "' 01 \ and bin own garden' walks and always suppose
Cnwy- IftirecsstsofCongn' ., from "Insplr President McKlnlov was" very angry. continue to visit nod! admire the attract..
wouldn't give/ ye' nnny at all If ye didn't composing:: poetry. lie was ter'ble of Wild Bird "Thlsjs, republic." said be, "nob amon-
: Deception dons of matter what tna'ybe
bile atlliTPeMyYedm ed" sources, may bedepended: upon, throng In visitors and folks ye mun archy. Hand! Lneffler home to change bit Europe no
Falcons, hawks-the largest species- Bald of those that Ho home.
but- members may an well stay. at home. as .o ken at times, but if be could get awa' clothes.-Albany Argus.
can compress their feathers and look Chicago Record-Herald.
Mrs. Casey-Well. tbe longer ye kape to Washingtonand do nothing. fra them n spell be was out upon. his very slim If they think It necessary! to
1L Philadelphia walk. Where There'll a Will,
star tbe fIOOnel'joe'li get
"Conference' on frauds In the dnp&rtmeots" do so. As to the owls, they can bumpup It Wn a Sue......
Press. "And then be would set his bead a There' a Way.
has become a '.monotonous head Into any position they th:*.>% rrost A young lady who engages largely In
bit forrad And put his bands bebint bill
'l'b."Oal7 W.y.Fldgett Hoe for Washington telegraph news relating back. And then he would start a-bum- suitable. It Is useless to look for these church and mission work was recentlythe
,1 to the other members of the self preserving traits In any of the "(''no of thoso things which go to'ahow moving spirit In some amateur the
+ -lically. now.. do yoa 'think: one or mIng, and It was bum, bum, bum and ,
e there Is any' "way;'whereby a maD can cabinet. go on bumming for long enough right family kept to zoological collections that where there. i III a will there Is a way I atrlcali which were got np in the Interest j
for tbe birds are so accustomed to> sea Is well explained by happening In a certain of' local! charity. The
a deservlns
f retain the! respect! of his children! denial mill bas down and back again. I suppose, ye a :
Mr Plerpont Morgan's and
numbers of
.. Mldgett-lie might'send them away ken. the bumming, helped him out a large people passing southern city" said a well known entertainment was billed, and the performance
bas shown an unusual ,activity of late. repasslng or standing in front of them
begin to his. was duly given. But somehow
from home as soon as they bit former railroad man. "A man before
}' take notice.-Boston Transcript He seems to be beginning\ to get the Idea that they treat the whole matter with marriage had purchased a beautifully or other no notice was taken of it

that It does make difference what the ''FRUITS AND FLOWERS. perfect Indifference. They know that !hi the local newspapers. A few day '
located lot In the city cemetery and paid
chiesa at a, certain time their food will ba
him. friend the In
people think of later a met young lady
f $100 for It. After. while he married and
The lady next door Is celebrating Boiling ground Is. the best for aa or brought them and that they are other question when the conversation turned J
i v her golden wedding" The advocates of the Iowa tariff Idea chard. wise perfectly safe. Then the raptoreJIn some ten ortwelve years afterward died to the theatricals."Was /

1 have been "pel'8uaded'\to pack U away a wild state have a bloom on theft I and was berried In the aforesaid beautifully "
"Married fifty yearerk Blighted! leaves and branches on fruit tha: entertainment a success? Y
k In camphor until after the presidential and plumage like the bloom on a bunch of located lot and his grave was carefully "
., "NtJmeRrPuck.Some tress should be cut off burned. "I should think it wn, replied the
campaign. I grapes, which is not often seen when ID attended! for a whllH/ his widow. .
r That a tree does not bear well every c.8ptlvttycornblll Magazine.Disenchanted. When the big show came oil In, Chicagoand lady with a smile. 'Vb,. we got over

people have such a. disagreeable After having the arduous work of commanding year Is not an indication of disease. all the world was en route to that $100." -

'I memory that they can remind yon the army and humiliating General Host effective pruning is done in the mecca, the widow took,a notion she must. "Is tbnt o7" sold the friend. Then
that show. As result of long -
ago'.i see a a cogitation "
Miles oa bin hands for ,ear.. General early stages of the orchard's growth. "Until' I met you. Matilda," he murmured over ways and means she had the you must have" hud a large audience.

Corbin mast find light duties of commander Cnt advantage in pruning during the In a voice husky with.emotion body of her deceased husband exhumedand "Well, no, eke replied. "We only_,.
heal railroaded fifty miles away and re-' took $1.130::; ut tLe door, but father $
Is that the wounds
summer very "I believed that all women were deceitful -
of the Eastern district
Military burled at .a cost of about VJl, when she us a check for $100 If we would p
equivalent to vacation. quickly I but when I look Into your clear, sold the cemetery lot for ,nol 0 and had a "
1 lee to do it again. -St. Joseph
Dead branches are often the means j j I beautiful eyes I behold then tbe very good' / old time at the big world's fair. never
"Joe" announced with Homewliat of a Iinancler, wasn't she?- Press.
Cannons fight of conveying decay to an otherwise soul of candor and loyalty.4' Times-Democrat.

tbe. Senate to uphold the} right of the healthy trunk. I "Oeor e." she exclaimed with enthusiasm I '

Ifoasa' will doubtless end M all Its predecessors In pruning roses cutting back closely "this It. the floppiest! moment I -- ,.t pl."nklng of Imitntfon Jewelry, a diamond -

ended. The Senator will/ de- produces, as a rule. fewer blossoms, but 'I have known since papa took me to"the Tuesday' >Kleetlon. on the finger l I" worth a paste In

clara that the have no Idea of encroach of a finer quality. London oculist! ', the ear..-PhllnrtelpHu Record.v .
"London oculist! The election hold In the several state
dGp / ing' on the rights of the House, and will Never prune a tree unless there is '
Cb limb branch "Yes, dear; you never would have last week shows Democratic trains to
good reason why a or
f then proceed to do so whenever, they get I that "
Hood and ready.. sbonM: be ttiken o2. known my left eye Is a glass one many Instances. Below we give a condensed -
Then cloud
the went under
FREE I A moderately heavy soil that:has been moon a statement of the results:
and Cieorge, sat down and burled his
: OEderdralncil and snbaolled 'and 'then Greater Sew York, MeClellan. (DemocratIc -
Doc It Reform.This face In the sofa cusblon.-London An'ewers. .
Candidate for elected by
carefully worked Is capable of producing )
H you would like to tab 70.000
;: the heaviest crops of fruit
a trip to Europe the reform does not seem to'brf -- ---- .-- ------ In Maryland, Warfleld, (Dnoi.) for Governor

World Fab Saratoga. 'giving the satisfaction that It should, by 5.000.

O7 New York City: or Asn- an

O O up trills any", without of your baring own money to put, and about some its parties management have the for Impression sometime Feed Livery and Salej. ernor by In Ohio, by ,15,000.Herrick, ('Rep.) for Governor,

writ* the Jacksonville :Metropoll that there Is I"title difference betweenIt 100,000.
and the state This reform In Rhode Island Oarvln, (Dew) for
,J for Iarttcnlarsi prison camps. ,
f o -r.AJBx..JEZ3t! side each of
school has been more liberally patronized Governor by 3.00U. $ pound package

by Jacksonville than any other In Massachusetts Bates lRe ).) for
city or county In tho state and It bas TV. Proprlctor.; Governor '
proven rather costly, too, as CM has to be by 35,849.
i paid by counties for each Juvenile criminal STABLES 4TVBRNON lo Iowa; Republicans win tjr 60,000. Lion Coffee

sent to the srhonl and some" countiesare In Nebraska; Republicans win by 10,000In
unwilling' tJ do this! and to pay In addition -
METROPOLIS transportation for the boy and FLfl..BOMIF, FLft. MIsRlssfppe Democrats win'

THE girl prisoner and that of a deputy her- '\ In Virginia Democrats win. will be found a FREE ame.

Iff to convey them to prison. The counties To Pennsylvania, Republicans win by 60 different games. All new.
CARTER 8C RUSSELL.! receive nothing la, return not as '
Good all at reasonable '
much a* Improvements In tha morals of teams to points rates. 22:>,000. '* .

1, PUBLISHINGCO the invvnlle persons, the schooL' . .. . Colorado/ Campbell. (Rep) for Judge I',i At Your Grocer's.
Jacksonville Metropolis./ Lv 5,000. :
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Science could not busy itself r Cardinal Gibbons takes strong No better' fohu'ne can befall a :

rUBUSHKD BURT THCRSDAT. more usefully than in learning ground against the legal toleration young man than to have his regular : Correct Foot

; I of divorce. He thinks it 'occupation at congenial business '
for us what we should eat. Il a Wear.'t
a1l..omrrIOll $1 r**. .Natoll ta.Attnat.n
1H JLBVAXOB, has been said that, a Frenchman worse evil than any other evil with fair comprehensionfor

I.could feed a family on what an known to the American people. his labor. And nothing: much :. ,

INTIItKD: AY THE POST ttmCU: AT CHIP English family wasted and the The report eomes to us that worse can happen to him than to O C j jI
MAtTKK French would be healthier. That our President Roosevelt will ask be induced to leave such regular w .

may be" so bat an Englishman 'congress to examine into our di- occupation for the uncertaintiesof

W. W. IONES,Editor. would say that soup and vegetables vorce laws looking toward a some petty political office,even I

ADV EBT.SI.Q KATES OH APPLICATION :I do riot"give up the best support remedy for this loose disregardfor if that should promise to bring

.the tie. him for a' while at least greater I r
Clilplejr: F...,November llt, }UO3. : for muscular and mental marriage ,
-.-- exertion. A Chinaman will live Doubtless all inquiry would 5 pay than he was getting in his

Unless she cools off soon, can- on three cents a day, but can he throw light upon many practicesin regular line of worJ Politicallife I .'

different states which are surmised and training are apt to rYx.1vxElT .
didates will resemble a cake of do what we call a man's work on very

ice in a hot sunshine. rice and little else? The best but not fully exposed at make loafers, saloon bums and I ODfDl &-=

.. .. food may not be the cheapestfood this time in their wickedness.The ./ tricksters if not 'outright ras .:1w

The present Administration ; economy that would diminish ; states are at: liberty to cals. We have tbe xamplein! It is surprising how quickly an uninviting -

deserves the title of the Twentieth our efficiency would be the pass laws for: their own government plenty in every community.Some : Shoe will blast 'a favorable?

.Century school.. .for. scandals. worst possible extravagance.We unless such laws collide men who lay claim to respectability impression. So it isn't safe to run

If. it is true there are only nine have a Federal law now to with federal laws already 5n ac- are actually dishonest 'chances. It far better to select a .

insure us unadulterated food, or tive force. If divorce legislation] and tricky in politics. such a result one
spots on the son it is the warmest AI Shoe that precludes
ask should pass congress, there man whom 1: know had J '
at least to give us what we young
nine spot the world has ever that is noble and artistic in iis con- .
known. for in the store. It is long stepin would be an invasion of the established good trade. From the time that in its outlines.easy

the right direction to have a rights of the states he cast his first vote be seemedto I 'ception graceful '

It is said that Uncle Sam has label that tells the truth-cotton- and an outcry from all parts of have a particular hankering 1 on the foot and so made as to render all

the country. We would thus for political office-constable, inspector maximum service. You secure
paid out in pensions $3,038,000- seed oil may be just as healthy I
000 since 1865. And still thee as the olive product but we add additional centralizing fea- of election, anything that these attributes in the < .

d is not yet. should not pay for tbe one while tures to-pur national government he thought he could get; and he : Star Brand Shoes, :

.. we get the other. A class of it such legislation was authoriz was willing to render any; politi-, a

Candidates will please note: young men have been dieted on ed. ,It is not }likely: any two cal service, even if not ''particularly Sold Byt-

Egretism and vanity are Ireless states could the same clean for'it.' Tbe appointment '
poisons that we may know just agree upon ,
horses with which one can plow bow far we can'go,' but general divorce law,because some churches *to a street-corn mSssionsbip : T. I*. Wells &> Bro. :

the field of folly. little for are pronounced against divorce was finally bis reward", He gave
.. .. curiosity cares .. . .. .
. . -
tion in that direction. and others are lenient. up his trade, and made enough .
How will the Constitution be informa-I
Now number of The Catholics forbid divorce. from his office to pay for hisboard ,
made to fit the new Colonial Department a
Their religion is pronounced and cigars. The next:
be dieted on exactly Bank
which the republicanstalk First National
of creating? a day-it will be well to see if judicious -I against tbe annulment,the marriage year, being thrown out of this ,

.. purchases and good cook- tie for any reason, whatso job he took up his old trade Or l\In.rianna: : : .

A RUNAWAY BIUYCLK.: ing can make that enough. Tbe ever. again and did very nicely mak-
tbe leg statement at CIor a... a_a.p4...h.1003.
Terminated with an only cut on
American is often accused of eat- South 'Carolina holds similar ing several times as much as the
of J. B. orner. Franklin Urove 111. It developed RE3OUKCE3. LIABILITIES.
and a remedies atul.born nicer for four unyielding to Then too ing too much, and of pampering views on divorce,and consequently street-commissionersbip had Bill Receivable *.**! Honda.13J,155 24 Capital Stock .:.$ 150.000.00U.
tor year
Buckleu's Arnica halve cured. lts Just .s his.appetite-it is not enough to does not have any divorce paid him. The next year after So Bonds and Premiums,.,... 13,500.00 Surplus Fond....;....... 3, 00.00
good for Bum, IScaUK! Skin Eruptions and that'he made another unsuccessful .- Furniture and P9xtures..ti...r 324.38: Undivided Fronts.............. 1JCT.23
J'iles. 860 at S. E. MoUeaobr: & Co.' drug tell us that an Italian farmer laws.The Cash and Due from D.nk...... 57,825.13 Circulation.. 13,500.00!
store. thinks himself lucky if he gets a Protestant Episcopal run for the same office;spending Redemption Fund.:.............. 625.00 Deposit ....,.,....iyr.t7a.iB
meat dinner once a year. The church is averse to 'granting divorces in the saloons all the money 'lSO,891.TfTbJ.
Of course talks but C18D.8ai.77
money .
there are some people who are question with us is what relation and only one cause is al .. be could rake and scrape together ttmm Commend Du.rn...Febeu.rf 6th" .02. <.
lowable. and at the same'time making Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits. \
speaking terms'with it does the cost of food bear-to the XST"Bf wrlsten Bjtroement ,
never on :
capacity for work.It11MIORANa But in halt the states and ter- himself obnoxious to' the public W, H. MlI/TOf. Cashier.
when it comes to paying
ritories wilful desertion for a in such away as to ruin all his

subscription.. . FOR TUB SOUTH. year will dissolve the marriagetie. prospects for again regaining bis 'TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES.COMPLETE ,

Parents of "steen" children The southern states have at lost trade and patronage. Any

are still getting complimentaryletters no time been a favorite resort Desertion' for ,two years will honest: work no matter bow TAYLOR .

written on White House for foreign immigrants. They permit' divorce in twelve other humble, is better-than petty political r SAW HILLS

paper, but they don't pay the have preferred the great cities of states.A office. My advice is, "keep GINNING

grocer's bill.Senator the north and east; and, more recently desertion for three years out! It is a curse to any" young

< I the northwest. will carry in thirteen other states man.'* OUTFITS Newly j

Morgan is loaded with Pf late, however the tide of according to an exchange including :....: 'Equipped'

facts about the delay in beginning immigration seems to be:turning several New England. or Puritan DISASTROUS Is' WRECKS.for GRISTMILLS Boiler Works :;.
'- (Jaretoasnesa responsible many a
the Isthmian canal and southward. states. railway wreck and the same causes are' '

there will be something doing About ten days ago the port of I A failure to support one year Thront maklog cod banian Lang wreck trouble 01 Bat anfferer.slue from tile' Machine -: \

when he unlimbers ,and opens, New Orleans received within '''six in seven states will break the Coosumpl.on advent of Dr-,Klkn'a Cougba: Hew and Cold.Ulaoovery,even the for MILL Shops and .,

days 2,134 immigrants from bond. A lack of support is sufficient worst once can be cured, anti aopeltM re*. ', .
fire.The .. lu vnatinn la no longer nece ..ry.: Mm. Lola SUPPLIES Foundry ;
southern Italy. The new com- in a good many states without Jrafri: ,of Dorchester Mass.. Is oneof manvwboMe .
people of this section life was saved bjr Dr. King' dew a Wln,_,....PIl.tl_",Jrrrsy.
ers have already taken up their a time limit. In Kentucky IJIBCbyer,.. This neat remedy Ia gmaran- ... I
would like to know to what ex- .. Brit lake R ta Your Musk te fI. willi U*
abode in the agricultural regions and Wisconsin tbe fact that par teed for all Throat and Lung diseases I by a. I
tent'Jobn N. C. Stockton, candi- U McUeaoby Co.. druggists!!: Fries. OOo
date for U. S. Senate, was sub- of Louisiana,,where, it is said, ties live apart five years is sufficient and |1. 'Trial bottles free. i MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY CO.

sidized in the Collins defalca- more than 17,000 Italians are now grounds.- WISE WORDS.. I ______ MACON. CA.DR.MOPPerr'8'.
domiciled. These immigrants Kentucky and New Hamp- I.

tion., .. are as a rule, of the better class, shire permit divorce when husband .- People who ridicule' fools are Cones CnoJera-fufl -

DOESN'T RESPECT OLD" AGE. and are said to make excellent and wife disagree about usually in the same boat. + Di rrfu raJ>yMatery.aadtltt .
Bowel Troubles of
proper Its shameful respect, fur when old Toulh age, but falls just to the abow con.tritry farm workers.We their views, religious views, on Men are seldom thankful when Children of tat Ig.. ;
: in tbe case of l>r. King's New' LllerlJU. regard'this'movement as 'a the sacredness of the nuptialtie. they get what they deserve. Abb Digestion, feguUtraUM
: They out off maladies 'no matter r Ne.rowDER3) Bowel,Strengthens-
now severe and irrespective of old age. healthy indication. We do not Progress is the activity of AS the Child and iUfccs
Costs Old 25 cents: it Druggists
I>yM''-pslii.' Jnundlce. 'ever. Constipation is TEETHING EASY.
features Habitual drunkenness .
nil grid to this perfect Pll). tae at d. E. look.for, the objectional I oday.and: the assurance of to- lOr.anU H eaato to C.. <.!. MOFFETT. ... 0.. 1ST. LOUIS MO.
\ JlcGeauby A Co. drug store that have cbaracterised the settling ground for divorce. in all the a swag?..0..,Iw.lal liPt "
morrow. w. _indl.d Dr Nad.... YDTBDrA ,,-. d.)_ _w a..tteaaa.ra.: m lo.patdt.
of Italians and other .immigrants states and territories except Sad__.......-.. __sat we ......kilt Epvmr .. er.d<1F.w.-.
/'}Wouldn't it be a powerful\ To be vain of one's rank or _as.aetb t.owtf.w Yuaaed_ >_lalll, I ll>itb rt..a ta..raraouaa.rdr _'.
features there < ia ."w 1hP. +
in the north. These twelve. Every year, _are +aaawa.rn.1 *wMtatoT* a ]r MT
good idea," says the Live Oak : 'are' traceable mainly to the new reasons given for divorce place is to show you one is below aalwaww.. waSY.kq.l..a.W 1ILIda. t KAjrCOf: DBCtO OO.wWrY D.a.atilr .
Democrat, "for Florida change
her Constitution and elect a congestion of the immigrants in and the number of divorces in- you. C BRENT. W... II. KNOWLES J: .8. LEONARD.

the great cities. The Italian is crease in arithmetical ratio. Eve The readiest and surest way FBKBIDKST. 1ICI-PRTaWUT. CABH1KK. .
Lieutenant-Governor? Then her
naturally an agriculturist, and I ry year there is more laxity and to get rid of censure is to correct "
Chief Executive could take a First National Bank '
modern city life does not agree every state permits more tres ourselves. ,. ,-
off term and canvass
year the State every'something higher.' with him, nor does he agree-witht. II II passing. The examples in high OF PENSJtCOLJt, FLR .,.',''t' .'
.. In those parts of the north I, life are the most demoralizing A member of the Canadian par- Transacts a General Banking Buaihese...; : ',
BlIOVLJt ALL DO IT. has liament warns his people to be
where the Italian immigrant because tbe great majority are :-

If all newspapers were tc adopt become'a farm laborer, the situ- looking about for examples and on their guard lest ,the United Your. Bu.lnc.. Solicited, "r>J? ,," .,

the policy recently announced as ation is most satisfactory. In if the rich and influential can States eventually envelop the Do DIRLCTOR.t: r. .**.:-..,' .' .: .j
that which will hereafter governin the south, the'new"comers will rush into divorces ad libitum, minion. It wasn't so long ago W*. II.KNOWLES. A. BUJOKT. :V. c-mLENT.' .*.w": : .- ,;,; .
W.1(. HYER D. G. BRENT' J..8. LEOKABD. '.
the office of the Florida Cracker go mainly to the farms. The why should not the unhappily since one of its distinguishedsons ,"

,'published in Polk county the cities will absorb but a small por- I mated seek release, when tbe wanted to take 50,000 troops ',. : : .',' :

public would stand a poor chanceof tion. The problem farm lax rich can remarry the same' afternoon and come down and clean us' all DJ.. WE"DO' .'''!J',' ''" ".. ... .
which becoming consid- and and their oat but now the Dominion is all ""' : "::
learning much about the men >r- a pass re pass A'I TORNEY 4AT.LA W P <
who will be asking for their votes erable one, owing to the gradual former husbands and wives in of a tremble lest the boot be t'HU'LEY: FLA. BILL LETTER'' '

at'the primary.: "The Cracker failure of the negroes to ade- society with perfect ease' and shifted to tbe other. ..foot. .HEADS R 'naems .,

will support whom it pleases for quately fill the needs of agricul- nonchalance NuT A SICK'II DAY 81NCK."I BUELb GOOK Nara ENVPLOPICS) } ':. '* .'

the different State and county of- ture in the south-will thus be The remedy does not lie in na- was taken severely sick with kidney: ..........r .II..w. BEADS 1. BusiNESS .,', ;/ .. '.
fices. Those asking for greatly simplified, and tbe wealth tional legislation. We must look trouble 1 tried all aorta of medk-inva, .
space none of wblob relieved' me. OnsdrJ 1 saw Main.InWcUa_. tmUdlaavCanftri rTEMENT8 N. CARDS- ,;'
and matter will be charged reg. of the section will be vastly in- elsewhere for relief. Nothing an ad.ol Tour Klectrla After Kilter and few l deieim-doer attcntlm aivM an-m"tten antnutedtomvcar ). '
ned to try tost. takinr a CIBCULARS'PAMPBLETS' '
talar rates for" announcementsand creased.--Atlanta Journal. 'short of the creation of new opinions t I felt relieved,and soon thereafter was entirely CollacikiaA made '"
Aont lor rcsponaiMe Urns and Bra-toted teHi T '
oured.'and have not semi a atoll; day OlnSSARyj'
other articles published. We -- 'r. and the education of thepeople alnce. Neighbors" mine have. been cared aar.-a-opaal&>e. MILL ; -

So not propose to pay ** This Kidney ....._..... C.....-._ cnECKs I ctJECK8' '' :' .
and help to elect a man to a the tax assessment list Is proper attention to family duties to what H-; F. a.....' .of Fremont. N. C.writes. PoddyTou ay you bar a very ten RECEIPTS DBAI'TtJ' ; .
Only BOo at'.Q. Mcifcwcby: Co.drugCI. der conacteoc' 1 notice It l.. wonder -
fat office for nothing." To the exciting considerable comment) will work to reform in this matter I. fnlly raaltlv* to the fnolts of othe.... WED'DlNG N vrs1T1N0 ?,': '
above tbe Herald says, "me,too." just now, and the general opinion : Marriage certificates shouldbe but It never appenrm .to b* troubled by

Politics Is aprofessionandsbould seems to be that such publication \- cautiously issued. A bond I The Supreme Court of Georgia your own shortcomings. INVITATION G' 0.AJlJ .
Duddy-Xo; I bop AoC. That would.
j:Ie> required to pay its share of is a "necessary incident for tbe performance of the mar-' holds that the Calvin vagrant be> etwtlaUcaU you know.Rzcbange.bads. TO OR :ER : ::

-expenses in advertising the same equitable and scientific system riage contract may become a ne : law is constitutional. It is' now .1 J -6' "

Its all other professions.. The of taxation." Tbe adoptionof cessity. We ,need more atten- ;go to. work with the hoboes ." ...,

average weekly or,: daily: newspa- this plan in Florida would tion from the family stand point I bums, loafers and gamblers or "What ntory.are I'm yon going writing.In for nawle7rA flctloo. A'D. CARMICHAEL: ...: .:.:'' -

per's stock;; in trade is space, and probably lead to somecurious I Iisclosures..says and'less toward the indiscriminate wear stripes..' Florida needs ."Beally-for mnicnlD.T' Attorney .1,Law. : >-, : ',
l ,r this it should be paid.-TayHerald the TimesUnion. : mating of people. from.c. m- just such another law rigorously :' .. 1'01-" for my tailor. H. wants bill 1Ea-CWJeeUoiH> Illpeebltr. ',., .,-.' .., 4;.-
I'm trlHna him m end
f '. '* .' -' money .. CIDSI: .... '
enforced. '
mercial -
''' County : motives. /C blm a cbeck next week." .. ";, :.,: ,

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Office hoar". :30 a. 7t30( p. m.; ex-
eSTCRJ XiJGHIPL&Y. cept Bundlo>vlI. /
fast-bound: mall closet at 10:30: a.m

i r ': : l FLf=\. Mall VVwt-oouud from Vernon mall clones arrives at at 6:30 10 p.m.a m.

: and U>av wat, 13 w.dally. xeePt(Sundays!
,amend M all from Orange Hill Bay head and::It. PESO-AL

Gpbd: Drivers Can; Be Andrews arrives t 6 p.m., and leaves at
dally except/Sunday.
i Had At Any Time. Sunday hour: U:00 a. m. to 11:30 t. m.,
'\ and (roni \:SO p.m. to 7:39 p.m.
Drummers/ --Quits si Specialty.mim. Mon y Order Issued at all hours when

-. office Is open except
-- .J. g, ALLEY, P. M.

.''JOUIS\LLE'' \ & it. it. TIMK ABLE 1 BAatvss'OUR' CLUBIUNG LIST. To Sufferers Frees

and Seml-weokly Atlanta
raornw;: o aY.tli:* s. Journal
.., ;:; No. 4. No 1L No. 8. No. 1 per year tl.73. Kidney and Bladder DiseasesNo
e s.D:35 n'a l1:o."plD L..Peoaaeol&.Ar n.l.JfNERand Thrice s.week New York
:OOam 4:00 m
".,..'.. 2tdpm 1ism: ......I'loma&ou.! ..Lr Ss."am 2:3Opm p World per year (1.05.
.-- .:Up1D ':53a... ...... .Mobile. .. .... U:30D" 1:25 m IlANNitK an4 Seml-Weekly Tlme.s-tTn-
p and ()
8:25 p m ':30 P" ....New Orlt>..os.... 8:00 pm 9:3 m_ on.urfICBaud Citizen Home per,year and,(1.20 Farm per year matter how long you have suffered, FOLEY'S KIDNEY

No s. No.4:. o-r.a: ::. Nti. I. Na II.'I CURE will help you. This we will GUARANTEE.

+ 11:05 pm J.JM pm Lvn penRaeola....Ar 4:00 p m 11:00 am
.11:515 6:13&m 5:30pm A.r (oa&4omerF ..Lv 11ISam: 9:85pm FAIR PLAY. It,has cured many' cases of Bright's Disease and Diabetes that
a m 9:12 p PI ..... Birmingham ..... 8:13 a m 4:05 p m -
8:30am 8Oam.: .....Loullt..III"...... 6:15pm 2.5am Edmonla-llave you any. rules la your had been thought incurable, however we do not claim that it will
.,' ;'; "" 7:25a m 11:5SI.. m ......Claclonou.1 ...... 11:00 p III 11:15 pm married IIfe'l'EustaciaYes'
7:20 a m 1:30 pm' .......I''>L 4t5 p m 8:55 pm cure these diseases in ,advanced stages as no medicine can make
Eustace Insist that
I", Pe.saeola. and lelvet' :'
'I'"I %, '.. No.:tt. I No:& I I Nammot8tatiooa.Junctlon No. s.: No. D: the one who begins the quarrel must be.. new kidneys for you, but x

Dally D.IIy, / (No8Wpwhereiueotebown) I Dttly I 'Oall, gin the making op.-Detroit Free Press.'

1155o'i,, 700 a...'!..". Pensacola Ar. 10 GO pm 630'pm>>
'.; u. 713" Bohemia 1011" 6(16 SMALL :
i' 1210 710 Yoleslra 1037 0 ell "
,;:; 1J 31" 718 .. :
\ Escl.mbla
10" 557
". .. The smallest known vertebrate animal ,
1135 72$ MI1I&. 103:1: 545 'FOLEY'SKIDNEY
'. ," t2s9 728 .. Il.. 540 -that Is. an animal with a L&ekbo"eItla ,
1053 ,::
,,.Y.-. ;al 1I11O' 7 S5 ",.. Gal' City IOU' .. 527 .. liner Hah that lives In the Philippines,

,,,;: .1'50" 739 Mllton lo-lO .'. 53t) .. where It l I. a favorite object of food. It rr>f
:k 130: $ m Good "
.'. ''. ,, > 113 ',' 815'". Hobs ltaDlte. 9" 4.55"15' so small that thousand of them are needed
iO" 8P .. Ml11lg..o ," to make a meal..
V.30 4111"
;-' .233 8 S8 .. ,.... Besides
Cre8&vle. this
13" producing
::' :: "' ; w .. .. 1,00 ., microscopic :
;: '
w; Bast,, 956 Deer Land 85. a 3.1'-1''
4; ."' .', ": .. ocean also furnishes a
; 83' 910 ,
: Mossy Head "
8W.' alo'-:
*! 'J: "' .OS" an" De I'unlak! thtrlnrtl 1 813;" I."S- home for the largest creatures of the, CURE

(V I. J ." ..... ", '. '418" 944 .. ArK.le 744 ," ',31" world-the basking shark and whale.1
't '\ .1(;;'1 -" 500"4.fO" 1010 95f .. Paoeode'Leon Westville r729' _,13" The largest land animal the elephant, Is :
.. 717" liM" a small creature '
1 ; 500t lO1$ .. CarlIIe 713 1.49: '.' compared with a fall! .
j, 513 It' 30 .. nooll..y d 55" 12711"r grown right whale, that has so much fat
.. .
". <, 000 10. ... CblpleJ' :031 ...e 1.04do.. that a hundred barrels of oil can be tried

630".. 110? .. Ct&olldale 6181" 12:38: out of It. A really big right whale Is so
100 1I5 Alarlaona 'oooa1:1: U' will positively cure every case of kidney and bladder trouble if takenin
... .. huge that the
;', 730 11 U strongest mast on a whalIng -
140 .... 1153 .. Graoel Cypress ltltlce .s s32 119.x'.t.t lIWla It .2'.1. -m. ship will/ not support the head alone, time, and even in the worst' Op'
.. ..
f 758 1902 8neads 1211" 1011411 after It has been cut from the bodi.Tbe Htj Could Not Stralghtan

,,...z. .' e 815"_ 1315n'nAr. River Junction Lv. 510' Il020sm banking shark grows to dimensionsas cases of Bright's: Disease and Thomas Maple Birbeck Ill., writes: "I bad a very bad

(!' : lance as ordinary whalea. It has a Diabetes it always gives comfort case of kidney trouble and my back pained me so I could

l I DISCREET INDISCRETION. mouth so great that It can swallow a. and relief! not straighten up. no doctor's treatment did me DO good.

s h man with ono gulp. It Is believed that Saw FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE advertised and took ono
Hew ke Ii ..... Hmmloa<< eta
> r< DIplo-
t. the backlog shark la responsible for bottle which cured me and I have not been affected since.

rant Alerted IloAtUltlea. many of the stories: about sea serpantt, Remember when the kidneys I gladly recommend this remedy."
An example: that be
can never overlooked
Dragging Pains because It has a habit of bvsblner on the affected the work of '
; when the right of an ambassador surface of the ocean with Its Immense are Thru Physician Treated Him Without Success

'to exercise: his own discretion la In Bns sticking high out. of the water. destruction never ceases, so w. L. Yancy, of Paducah Ky.,writes: "I had a severe

,F:. ... juestlou Is tbat Vrbich'occurred In the -- case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians In

G.);/ ..:!:. S825 Kceley St., career of Lord I-iyona when be was onr commence taking FOLEY'SKIDNEY southern Kentucky treated me without success. I then took

:'f-"'. I suffered 'with falling and eon was a persona jrruta there "All 1 can DO. date relief and three bottles cured me permanently 1

," ,: Sostion of the womb. with severe say, Lord. Lyons, lav "Go .,thou and do It was a rather gloomy room and a very a fatal malad}f. gladly recommend this wonderful remedy."
II pains through the groin* I suffered likewise. wan Abraham Lincoln's '
". '' terribly at the timed men genial method of receiving the Dr1Uaamimsaulor'1 h gloomy day. There wore many at work FOLEY'S KIDNEY' CURE Suffered Twsny-Fi! Years
; r> struation. had headaches la the room and they all looked wearv
i i' blinding brain. announcement of the and dispirited.<< Seymour Webb, of Molra, N. Y., writes: "I bed been
and rushing of blood to the I'rlnco ofVnles' rnarriace. Lord Lyonsdid is made from a prescription of
1;'<. What to try I knew not, for its There was a brvak.ln the cloud and aray troubled with my kidneys for twenty-fire years and bad
not take the advice but be remained in diseases tried several physicians: breed red no relief until I bought
\JO' seemed that I had tried all and of sunshine mapaajrd: to find (is way a specialist kidney
i,; ., failed but I bad never tried Wine a"ery effective ambassador' In through: the window and made alittle a bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After using two
'I: of Cardni. that Miawed remedy for spite of his bachelorhood. Wben tbe lake of gold upon the floor'and scattered and was used for years in private bottles I was absolutely cured. I earnestly recommend '.
-- .ick women. I found it pleasant grave difficulty: over the Mason and before it FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE."
a golden flow all around. practice was
', .. : to take and soon knew tbat I had Sildell case arose Lord Lyons was' Instructed : ,

:: ': the right medicine. New blood from home to present an nit One of the worker began to whistle put on the market. TWO SIZES:: 5Oo and $t.OO
lie did not know he
just why,- whistled
Ir[ seemed to course roagh my veins matum. afTord twelve hours for Its acceptance
""" 'and after Ding elerea .bottles I a merry tune because be felt like It. The
; and, the latter not being .
was a well woman. little spot of sunshine on the floor bad .' SOLD AND RECO! EKDED BY ,
.- forthcoming be was to break; off rela
r 'rtl.. Q t tions and leave the, country. The been reflected on his heart. The faces e. .... ,\t"UIo4' UY Into Cbipley! ''I.&. D- Btt'XJK, Verooa, Fla.Blumarvtc'a .
r of the workers brlgb terwd. '
\ 1 hey wef'4SDOUO.
twelfth! bonr expired. Sildell and MA. I
weary as they bad been. The Dent Clsrmr.Unlike .
\" son were not surrendered and there remained ale We promptly obtain. U.8.and W'oreIp
: work was not so hard. The little ray of Napoleon,, Bismarck wn a Do .
Mrs. Bush is I now in perfect apparently! only tbedire prospect
sunshine had lifted the mists from their bard smoker.! fie once told this storyto 1
health because she took Wine ofCordui of war. GlTe me another twelve
?;!f hearts. They worked at their tanks wltbmof'4S Illustrate bla love of the weed: YouTake'.... m
hours. said Seward, the secretary of '
: for menstrual
!epirlta.Stnngebow!' Tbe value of a Rood cigar Is best
state. It was an entire contradiction
t., bearing down pains and blinding of official orders but. nevertheless "I much one little. ray of understood when !It Is the last you poe

\ 1 headiches: when all other remedies will." mid Lyon. From 0 o'clock that sunshine can do. lees and there Is no chance of getting foii'l' modal, Kt9 .failed to bring her relief. Any the There Is never a day that wo do< not .another. At Koeniggrspts: I bad only free report oar pntent lity. for five book
night until 6 next morning Seward
; IV ... offerer may secure health by taking battled with! the recalcitrants. Then, have a chance:: yes. many chances to one cigar left In my pocket which I -! RKS wne

:, !f'., Wine of Caxdai in*; Lyons received an Intimation that the shed sunshine Into shaded lives.It carefully guarded: during the battle asa THE BAMER? ?

;' > The first bottle convinces the ps+ Confederate envoys would,be given up. does not require much' effort.. It miser gunrds his treasure. I did not
r i does not boat a cent It does take feel JnHtlQpd In using It. I painted In
:. :-:, tint abe Is on the road to health. i So by: the Insubordination! .in alI)- not If not
sunshine from glowing: colors In mind the
bufMdor: war 'was' saved.-6 1. James any away those who shed \ my happy
;t. For advice in canes requiring? : hour when I should enjoy It after the

""u: special directions, address, giving ,Gazette. It.The sun cannot help shining. It sheds victory, but I had uilxcalculnted my not? Opposite U. S. Patent Office i

: : :, !symptom., "The, Ladies'-Advisory I Kaw ntm ..._.. sunshine In all directions all Lbs time, chances. A poor dragoon lay helpless Why WASHINGTON

-6" t.- The Chattanooga ([ One of the beat known lawyers of because it has so much sunahlne that It. with! both anus cm !!"xl. r.iurui'.irlng!
..' '. '. Medicine Co. Chattanooga, Tenn '' We will send Till!: BANNER post palo
Philadelphia bad a cam la court does It without try log. 1 for something to refrcwli blai. I felt In to any address< for$1 per Oo. for six BO YEARS
... ;Ii .. against a man woo kept a cigar atoreopposite And the surest way to shed sunshine i my pockets and found only gold, which months;2Bo, for three montba. '- EXPERIENCE

WilNE'ICARDUI one of the large hotels. TIM Is to have our own hearts so full of sunshine would not be of the I least use to him.

..,.. man bad In some way broken the law. that we can't help It. Dot stay I bad still my treasured OrWe I

"Do ypa mean to any" asked tbelaW'eI'that And now 'some ODe says: Yes, It Is cigar. I lighted It for him and placedIt 1
yon bare made a living between" Ills teeth. You should have will send TUB BAMMKB: and the
enough to shed
easy sunshine
Foley's Kidney Cure oat of that store,for one yenrT blessed with a sunshiny disposition.( you seen tbe poor fellow's grateful smile. I 10r'I.M.New Yrok Tbrloo-a-Week World, one year

,1':: makes kldaeora mad b/addeerlghL "Yes." repUed,the man. "Gentlemen To a very large extant we make our never enjoyed a cigar so much as that TRADE MARK.
come from the hotel early In the morn which I did Or
> own disposition. We can drive the sun one not smoke. DE.'ON.CoPYRIGHre.
h;, ._ tng; and ask for fifteen and twenty-flvs; shine oat of our hearts by thloklngabout 40.

,'. "\.1"'; ."'J;.' cent cigars. I hand them out five cent ourselves and brooding over our own Tae ABsrel Child. We will send THB BAKNBB: and the .'Anyooa.r'ndlna. naoerCMln our....oplnlim' ana. fr aomvt.*whether lotion aioyqnlaklr M "

a' .. 'era and they: dont know the differ- troubles and grievances. "Martha." said her mamma. "I trust Atlanta Weekly' Journal, one year,for$LtO invention: >bBbly' _. '"h'''!. romniiinlrnUniwutrlotlreonlldentlBl. -
H Add BOOK f
: on I'atoiit
,...', For Gfltftr cncoImpossible.." You never saw a who'll' all that while you were at your Aunt lent tree OltlMt agency fur..ourlmrimC iiu.
.. person ''
k n tliroii b Munn &Co.rwwlv.
'r ;. hall a century ." said the lawyer. wrapped up In himself that, had a. sunshiny Martha's you sold nothing to< offend OrIf .,rwuuUd., without elmrye,la till
Ob It fan's" said the storekeeper her."
no. disposition yon want. all three JlIIP8n-T ; Scientific Jftnericam
calmly. "I bare done It on yon several Arid you never saw a wbot ""Ob. no, mamma,".declared the angel BANNEB. Tb Mow York: World The Atlanta I
YerrySSeeds times."-Philadelphia Ledger. person child. "I was careful to things Jouraal-W will make the extreme A,lI..meIY( Illn.tvntee _"tl r. I JiealnUon .& Mr.'
heart was Oiled with real love for others /ly low of any. jnurnal. Ternm,$3 a
that did not have a sunshiny disposition. which would make! her know that yon pen. price of only.2oM for the three pa T N1r t roar month.CL.: bran ti.w>

Am Bvliittv oJ..,. and papa liked her for'berself alone." ,
)For! love Is the sunshine -of life and .If 6rBr" 'NewYgrk'
Today Is the acceptable lime to subscribe :
Branob dI 8
the said the That
"Gentlemen of. Jury, was proper. I
""- -..-- ...,. our heart are filled with love and goodwill .....
Ar amdsf w11i.N br judge as be concluded bin charge, "If for all mankind "Why. when she nuked me If you i
:'m:=:::::. we can no more help THE BANNER.
et.l..wrwlsu.Ite.wk the evidence show In your minds that shedding sunshine folks had named me Martha so that she
Into other lives than THE tlEG RD
Jas rtt 4*. pneumonia even Indirectly was the would leave us her money! Wbf'D'.be
,, ......n.. : the sun can help pouring sunshine on the
cause of the man's death the prisons earth. dies I told her that pupa and-you bad Chi ley. Flel.Foley's .
cannot convicted.." But selfishness' talked about flat and that papa said
Is dismal
a swamp from
-- An boar later a messenger cams which arise clouds of discontent that enfold we mustn't think of such a thing." Honey and TarIorchlldrvn.ule.w"
BANNER 8A J.VE from the Jury room. "And what did she say r asked mamma : -
us and shut the sunshine out of our No opiates.
The gentlemen off the Jury eaicerly.
the moat heaIng alva In the world. my own lives and prevent ns from shedding
lord." he eald, "desire ormaUon." "Nothing She just laughed and said
sunshine ,
a into the lives of others.
'"On what point of evidence"* Blessed Is he who forgetteth himself I was a good: girl and I'd better roD Thrice u- Week Edition

"None your honor; but they want to and seeks the happiness of others for along hems when I told her what papa -OP TUBYORK -
know how to.. eJl pneumonia,"-London said about her! going to have a pocket
verily hlllllf., shall be fllled with
sunshine NF\V
Globe. ,made In her shroud. Chicago Tribune. WOULD
and be will (growing larger every ., lOUR
belter unconsciously with
t.write fbr ear lIdeatJalJeUer epitM list
t. IYlAI' tfJr nuy be wank nLua '"..r.w. put effort scatter sunshine. whereevar he -AND TUBI NAME: shoal be on the |
i"aola .....
Dye.- I.
JII'OIDJ' > U.O.and ForaigsiPATENTS
joeth..-Selected.A _... ... Chipley Banner CURES. ,
Wife-I dreamed last night that I c..41 DI.- Watts, Painful

: was In a store that was full of the People with weak digestions will always .-I -roit-. a F P Profuse and lasso,: ]

,.,; and TRADE: MARK* ".. ret+ln aFeer EN-Cb loveliest bonDeUI.l1n, story I* going the rounds about a be found to be fond of condo $1.f5; PER YEAR far .....s.... !

TIRItau-lU\7ali.'hao..d.aed.aMMElA7/ model, B.taeg..uer.od.rat Husband (hastily)-Out that wan o* prldter who recently tried his hand at men... as tbe tendency of these thing CERSTtrs; Ovariaa Troubles, I

FREE!: lepor* a* p.teat>b3li '. -We p. ly a dream my dear. 'Farming;bat met with such Insurmountable Is to stimulate tile glands of the stomach r8IALL PI.YUEA. FolllBB' ef the Womb 1

.rh. K&. legat Mrrle..*. and Tr7L ".dTfoi. sod our Wife-I knew that before I woke up, obstacles that Industry, althoughoften and cause them to produce a larger The Twioe-a-week World has now become and an other disturbances to which!

SWIFT & CO. because 700 bought me one>. -PhlIadelphlaPre > encountered la every printing office supply ,of digestive 'juices. Pepper the Tbrlce.edVorld.Monday' W r1a aday,and being Frida issued,.. ..v'ery females are scajeel especially those \
**. that he couldn't make farming 'work mustard and other like spices stir up The most liberal offer ever mule to the cases which tot: years have i

Parent LawrBrs, ..nella now back at the casex He had a the liver and are useful to people who public. The Tbrioe-a-week World U largertbsnsny resisted all other treatment.

Opp. U.S. Patent OffleeWa/ > MBflteii,D.C. It hi best to remember flat life la not "wrong font team-a horse and a mule from necessity; 'or other causes lead weekly I or semhwoekly newspaper AM Ota CHRONIC CASE.-

written In lead pencil and erasing may and this would sedentary lives. Vinegar dissolves the published furnishing eighteen pagea, For five retre I s'rayed from '
not Justify tie said eight: columns wide every week and tile r rod 'WOIILroubr.' e.Otrye( 0hjrjric &whites!
CIF not be done until after the account bas the farmer"docked": him after he had cellulose In raw vegetables and that hi Chipley HAHBBB lor One Dollar and Slxty rei eye me. t Ie" began taltll1ll

c ESTER been rendered to the -Master.-New "pled" three or four "columns" of potatoes := ,why It tastes so well with cabbagesand eve cent a year. The World combines all I sod Q. lies w p'raet Ii"It ly cu n p ., L1
York Herald. salads for there U no better Judge the freshness and crispness of a dally with amlu"ow' e
TfltIICG-t7f-j/ -1pL000. ,and his) experience In agricultural the. Instructive mid feature D tie men BII.I UO nertna
Land conveyance and'all acknowledge pursuits came to an abrupt end when he than the palate of what U good for the weekly. special of' a wnntelb 'uu Dal'oouravl1.A. f.LI. s
Not to return a benefit I. the greatest a :
+: the stomach. The oil la added becaoae'ltprotects Address for further Information .. F
Court Thursday af asked farmer's wife whether, she wrn.t.M.1.dt.:7Waa
meats a specialty. ; .
sin. bat not to confer (Ct'la the earlier.Seneca. .- .,, ., .I1U.-T.
j: the stomach from the biting The OHJPLKY BANNiB ;
ter third tfeadar la each month. 'U. wanted the hens set "leaded or solid." L.u rr..h w
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. . . . COfJMX I'BOCXCBDIKCiS. I 1f you want a suit of clothe, go see I L IeKI1NNIfr.: I
; _0000000000000 Farrlor Bras', before you buy and let a

Cao.adtepeeedodaMweek them orderne for you: they guaranteea '
ad .p 10 : lit and represent the !Taylors who make Attorney: < } '1

Tuesday night .f thl.woek.. I the best clothing on earth. Vernon, Florida. 1'

2 SOME THINGS L. & $i. B. B. Co., vs. E. M. Godwin &. AOTICBTO, PI1DC"nAIIEBS.- Careful and prompt Attention given {,

Co., Trover; dismissed atPlalntlfTi' cost. All parties buying trees of the Beech- to. all matters entrusted to my ear. .

State of Florida vs. Dallas So well. wood Nursery of Nashville Tenn., -- -. ,

You should know thaf you can at our store buy goods cheaper quality .. breaking:! and entering' building with Intent through promptly: B.the Walker Wiselngel, should Hotel meet him for NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.B .

order them. Especially so from now ':ui.tll to commit a felony. their trees on November 38,1908. .a. they virtuenadeemof. forerUmajRInued" eat o( ';
considered than you can the Circuit Cent 14 the First Judicial Circuit ol
State! of Florida. vs. George Riley, aggravated will be fresh and ready for piloting on
N. B. Agent Florid. hi and far Washington CeuntK. dated rtUw
January. We must reduce our stock. Too many goods. assault; nol: prossod. ; that day. WALES :26th day d September. I'XU In a cause therein ''. ..
pending" wberehl W. B. Gamer. was complain*
State of Florida, vs. Peter Wood Aggravated von SAI.K. ant and George Lee and Helen F. Lee warn respondents

'. JDon'fc; Mi14'Chirt: i assault; tried; verdict, guilty. I have 80 acres of land Are miles southwest I will Mil at public auction Inrcaah to '
the highest bid"iU,1o the faff bears ol Hate
Beach Rogers &Co. C. U. Donald of Chlpley, on the on Monday the Tin day ol December A. D. 1'103" ,
Outings Sc 8c lOc and 12c.Th vs. dispose
3000 yards Standard Prints at Sc per yard. 2500 yards road that I wish to of. Of Won the Court House duor In the Iowa of Ver- 4 *
Ron, asaumpslt; tried; judgement 1333.68 the 80 acres, there Is 40 In a high state of nu4Wa.bMatmCounty. FJ rIda. liar fuUewinodcecrifml \

.e Goods are Just What You Warn .' against defendant. cultivation.. There Is also good dwelling property rot"'J in WaaMnvtanCanntr.
house, good well of water, and all to-wlts A less ht.. saw In ,'..
G know are higher but with us they are John M. Harper, vs. J. A. Jordan, etal. necessary ont boners located on It. Will the South Kant auarter of the North East quar.terof ..
you Section twenty-five, in Township three
ejectment tried verdict la favor ofPlalotlJ'f sell fur an extremely, low price for the *
JLadlCS Dress Goods ; ; North-Kancre fourteen west oommencinir at a
cheaper than ever before. and cash. J. C. WUITTIlGTOI'I'I point three hundred foot east and seven hundredlot '
damages WOO. ,
1O S3 4k .. *mirth horn Ute southwest corner" the above ,

PJain Black Henriettas 30c kind at 25 cents. 65c grade at 50 cents. $1.00 kind. at 85 cents. A. E, &. E. V. Brown vs. J. R. Farrlor XIIATTKRHIBLK ITtO'NG.,, filty meatkmdasarter feet thence east thenoe threehmndad north two hundred lent, thence and .4

asgompslt; tried! ; verdict favor of Plain- south two hundred and aiaty-amnm feet thence. _,
\ Caused by SALT RHKUM can be cur wed two hundred and twenty-five feet to point ofbecinninc.
OurVnisTingM tiff. 140.M. ed by' the only remedy In the world that Purchaser to par for deed.

State vs. L. M Shipper, road defaulter Is sold with a printed positive guarantee J. R. Wmr.ut,
will have to see tbem. .1 around bottle. Yon will nave A General Master in Chancery.
Are so numerous and such a variety of patterns you appeal Co.. Judge's court dismissed at money refunded every In each and every your rase

Think of the width and come see the qua1ity.-a defendants cost. I where DR. BELDING'H SKIN REMEDY CONTEST NOTICE.
"Yard wide Black Silk $1.25 and $1.50. road defaulter falls no cure wbethervou have been Departnxmt ,ltIleInterlor.1 I ,
State vs. Bryant Skipper, I afflicted one year or 11ft.,. It In pleasantto Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. Ocfc f 10O3. f '
E* 17IE:. USB"ZC*3S? TO":3F&:: :JE51 appeal Co. Judge's court, dismissed use. Doctors prescribe It. A sufficient contest affidavit having: keen filed 'tT.i$
In this office by ins H. Thames, contestant.
& Home
Jt defendants cost. aninst R".entry No.39388. made Pecnnber 8. ..t
will sell Furniture and give you''easy terms, so its '-15. Cblpley. Fla.
This line :is complete. We you T B. :Nelson, vs. Martha S. L. Itieeks, 16 1090.lvdnel.Sectke2ltTownshlpI W.. by Frederick W. Wriuht. contettee.-In N. Range *J,

Let show the goods. damage on bond; tried; verdict for which it Is aliened. that said Weight has never. "
i your fault if you don't fix up your home. us you __ .. FOB SALE. resUud on nor cultivated said tract, and that hl
Plaintiff,925 and cost. The Crampton Property.-Sd acres of land-situated absence therefrom waa not due to employment in y
When come to Chipley make our store your headquarters M. Glen vs. John Q. Barfleld assuinp one mile Boutbwest of Chiplev. Snd, all alien the Army or Navy in tinted wan aaid parties" '"''.
you to. MIMHIK A. CaaMPTon. Fun dl Lao Wla. are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer ,
sit, confessed Judgement tfiO.89. ** AUF trespasslnir orcutthitt dti.brronthis evidence teaching mid alteration at 10 o'clock a. "M
alw welcome land will be dealt with to the fullest extent of law. mon November 3O. I9O3, before the Clerk of Cir- .*?
; you are ays State vs. Henry Kent, unlawfully and cult Court at Vernon.Fla., and that anul "hearmawill :'
be held at 10:.' a. m on December *
wllllnlly killing an animal. ia 1903. before the" Register and Receiver at the ,'';
Butler. State vs. J. J. Cotton attempt to rape; NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. United States Land OfGce hi Gainesville. Fla. .'
Campbell By virtue. ol a decree of loredaeara kind ont of The said contestant havhiav in a proper aSda.via. ..'S
; tried; yltrdldr1l1lt.T. the Circuit Court ol the First Judicial. Circuit ol .filed Oct. &1903, set forth facts which show a
: Florida in and.... Washington County, dated! the that after due diligence personal eel-rice of this ... ,.'}
T. D. .
A Co. White
Charles Marks vs. :and day ol October A. I>. 1903. In a cause therein notice cannot ba made.. It ia hereby ordered and .' *i
A full line of Sterling Clothill'g'l1as Just Arrived. assnmpslt; tried; judgement In favor of """dln.wbnml,,, Robert & Runs was the ......- directed that such notice be given by due andpmper :.. .111 H
pIahiant and ti. Sheffield was the defendant publication. '
Plaintiff eiM.08. I will sell auction ash W. G. RoMnson. -JB
at public lor to the high- .
.. est bidder within the lent liners of sale on Mon- Ed. foe paid. HqI ter. I
State vs. Kmmlt Washington rape; dar the "1th day d December A. D. 1403 before ,

tried; verdict guilty. the Court House door hi the town of Vecnsir. NOTICE FOR PtTBUC A TICK.Department )
Washington County. Florida the fiftloiriasr oeaoribed ,
I a-t : 8 Yon will find the finest line of stationI I I The American Passenger Association, State vs. George Thomas alias. Alabama property. situated In Washington Comvty, '. of the.Interior. I .y
Church DIFee"".. ary In tae city at McGenchy's drag over 400 strong, spent Monday In Pensa kid. breaking and entering; tried; town Quarter: South U Suction Wont eight quarter in Townnhlp of the South two North.West Notice Land Office la herebr at Gainesville.riven that. tneMUmbicnamedsettler Fla. Nov. '" MOJ. f ".F,1 l

store. cola peeing the sights of the Deep Water verdict guilty. Range. fifteen West. Purchaser: to par lordeed. has filed notice ol his intention to make I : ,
M. E. Church, South.-Preaching every final pronf In support of his daim and that said :"
1st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a.. m. and 8 p, m. Good drossorg want a neat and knobbytie City, They were onroute to their annual State vs. Jeff Mayo breaking and entering D. J. J__ proof will be made before Cfcrk Circuit Court atVernon. ;
G. N. VVIntilPtt, Pastor. ; you'll find any want at Far- A General Master in Chancery. Dec 11, 1903. vie Thomas F. ,>
Sabbath School 10 m B. 1. Miller nor Bros. convention at New Orleans. ; tried; verdict /guilty. Mathews. of Oranire Hill. Flaw Hd. :29356 low the '.,,.
wK ofaeM.neW"' of nwXf. wKof Oil'''. Sec 30. .
State J. Watts as- I
T. aggravated
Superintendent. I We believe we can truthfully say that vs. NOTICE FOR PUBLIC TION. TV.3N.K. Uwefrt.
Bill 'iJ
Rev. W. A. Prince Orange was
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights' I have hand the beat line of stationary ,. I Be I his '
wa: on melt, toed forfeited. Department' tin Ivterinm t namea the fuHowhig wHnsmmi Uv prov ,
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday a pleasant visitor the BAHNKX office ever brought t.i Cblpley, Includingall Land Office at Gainesville, Fla..Oct.JO. 19031 f continuous residence. upon and cultivation of said r.#
nights. Everybody cordially lovlted.Bapt.lst. the latest styles and colon, as well as State vs. Sam and J, E. Holler, disposing Notice hereby riven thjt theMlo named l.nd..1z: W,.H. Kay. E. D. NeI",," .G. R. Gilbmt. .'tA
Thursday quality.-Farrlor Bros. of mortgaged property;'nol pressed. settler has filed not ice of his. intention to make 3. M. Stewart, aced Orange UUf. Fla. -...,,.
In olhla dalm W.Q.Robinson. '
final proof support and that said
Church-PrenehlDg 2nd >o\tj
every Only a few more of those heaters left at State vs.. Andy Harmon, assault with prod will be made before ClerK Circuit Court at Ed. be paid ReBteter.NOnCBFORPTTBUCATIOIt. .' ,:
and 4th Sunday. S. B. Rogers, pastor. lion. J. Walter Kehoe, stain's attorney :y
Cook's now Is your chance before they Vernon, Fla.,on Nov. 3L 190.-viz: DanW A. '. ..
Sabbath School p, m. J. D. Forreste- are all gone. forthis circuit, passed through town Intent to murder; tried; verdict .guilty. Banty.of !lu..... Fla.. Bd. 2TH6SL. for the wH olnwK. .
Snpertnteneenk .nwK of_)( sold of nw, (.Sec. S, Tp. 3 .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Town Farrlor :Bros carry 'the best assorted Thursday for his home at Marianna, N.. R.14 w. Depart mm t of Nn",,, l ":
Land f '
Office at Gainesville. Fla. IXO. .
He names the fallowing witnesses to his
line of trunks, suit castes cabbln bags, court at Vernon having adjourned on prove Notice b)hereby alven that theloUrainroainedsettler r'S
-r Qdl ::8 ; & az..m s : continuous reaktance upon and cultfratm of said I ;'I
etc., In town. account of the Illness of the judge. ..C. E. Booth returned from Fensa- land. Tic JoflBph Martin C. B. Wulrr J. 1.Waller bas sled notice of hisintention to saakecomaintatian ;
.of D_'". Fla, .C. B. iniinimworth, of pnw" in support uf hia claim and that : \
Topics. E. W.. Loveless of Fensacola. spent a eola last week. vemon, Fla. said proof will be made before Clerk,,Circuit Court 'fat :
few days bore this week talking piano to Rev.s. B. Rogers bold his regular S8l"vice W.G. Rotlnson.Ed. V_Ji1..on Dec. It 1003. vhc Thomas Vc
some parties. at the Baptist church Sunday morning ,Mr. R .L.McKenzie was a Vernon visitor lee paid. R.._.. W. Jordan,of Ctiipley. FlaBd.. 29411 fur Uw. '; *.
WBHBCNBBBSBONeivay nwK. Section% Tp. 3 N. R. U west ;,fi
and At business meeting .this week. I I He. tho M ,:Jomtumoua
I McGeachy' evening. a naaxsa loUowinawitn sm to> provo
When want sweets It from -
Paraacraplte GatheredTogether you NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. : residence and cultivation of salt .;/.m\
for HUST HeavU ra. j drug store. They sell only the Sunday night:two members were dismissed Mr.\ B. W.Tompklns:' of Tompkins, Attended Department" tile Interior. I I I land vie Charlie KnOnonr.!:upon W.B. Bnnnvtr. W. :,,

best candy. for conduct unbecoming church memo aery Ices hero Sunday a. m. Land Oaks at Gainesville., Fla. Oct. 12. 1W3. fNutka T. Brock. C. C.Tbarp.all of Orange MBI. Fla. ,
8 : 8 : 8 g : a ,8 ; B g ;a..11 i 8 : hereby given that timlollawlogearedwttler W.U. ltobI"I',::
f We make, a sewing bers. has Bind notice of his intention to make paid. Rraiater. >
Mrs.\ Geo. McKenzie and Mr. Ed. McKenzie :
Get Flinch atI1cUeachy'sdrug tore. furniture.-Brooke I l.
machines and Goo- final proof in support of hia dabn, and that said
win Vernon. Having secured Mr. U. L. Norton, a spent Thursday at St. Andrews. proof will be made baton Clerk Ch-cult Court at -
Pocket knives, galore at Farrlor Bros. graduate in Pbarmaceatlcal Chemistry! Vermin Ma-on Nov.21. 10O3. vial Charles B. I'. LUMBER '
Mr. Campbell, of Argyle, spent a dayor from Vanderbilt University, to take Capt.L. M.\ Ware and family, (of St. Kltlinmnmrth: of Vernon. Fla. Bd.71877. for thewMolnul4.eliaInwl4.Soctknl4.Tp.3N ]
H. :B Brazeal, of Pensacola, spent Sat. R. :
nrday here.Quinine two here lust week with his sons,. A. charge of their droll bnslnnss, Farrlor Andrews, visited| Dr. Booth and familyon 15 w. ;
Bros, solicit your patronairo, assuring He names the foUowh witness ti prove his .JCeiling.
SOo per'oz. at MeGeachy's drug D. and J. D. Campbell. yon prompt courteous: and efficient ser Sondaylust. contin_. residence upon and cnltlvntloo:: said .-JFJoorJngt.-... a.,
: : land viz Daniel A. Hasty. C. B. Waller. J. J.Waller -- .
store. Ton will find all the books used In the vile.The Mrs. R. W, Gay returned from Chlpleylast of Bosh Fla., J. B. Elliott oC .Ternon.Fla. ,.

Jeff Anderson of Bonlfay, was .a visitor I public schools oft.blscounty atBIcGeachy society notices *lwar8'.a" that week, where she has been visiting Sidirlcf.Finishing .
W. G. ROOmEd.
here drug store. ? "the. bride led to the altar" and Dimension stuff. furnished \i,
Friday.. a> was we sup for several weeks. .lea paid. Reaiater. ,
on short notice." Yoo can build without
If It Is shoes and hats want to i Don't keep yonr children oat of their pose just because that's where abe gets bavlnn to ship your lumber from other
no have
you rights them propolotlo tooth brushat The Misses Ovid la. and Vesta Gay NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
; get a
i places as It In manufactured: right hem
Cook's. tied But as a. matter of. fact we .
I Farrlor Bret. up. returned home, the Tompkins school at Department of t"'ln........ I at borne and the money TOO upend U
to convictions had never saw a bride yet that bad to be roped Land Office at Oabwavilkv Fla. Oct. W, 1 Up Saturday eight
Mr.: Richard Brnnor, one .of Washington which they were attending, having clon Notice.ia hereby...._that the fnllowina>naneit ,
adds the and the
to business of to
been made at court. blindfolded and pulled tbere.ob enes settler has filed notice his iutantinn to nuke our city!
county's farmers was In ed. i i general! benefit of our citizens. Ho build
prosperous an exchange. Anal proof I in support nl hia daim and that said i
18 bars nice toilet soap for 2T o at Far- town shopping Tuesday.It Dr. J. W. Booth and wife,of Blnghampton : proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at you a good house now{ and be up with the
Is Versus Fla, on No.II. 1903 vie Daniel M. rapid march of our e t's progress.. We
rlor Uroa. FOR SATjE. Here bargain for the
will pay yon to look aver my line of people of Cblpley and vicinity. S. A. N. Y. arrived on th 1 Tarpon Friday Brown"."Suction.of Wa u._Tp.3... FI.N.... Bd.R. M 3110O.w.He lor the seX ofBBJ will tarnish you tbe lumber at market '

Mr H M. Morrison, of PeFnnlak. was harness, saddles, boggle whips, spurn, Cook Is offering a complete line of ladle' and will\ spend the winter with Dr. C'has. aa......the oUowhic wHaeasea tA prove blot price. Come see us. .
a visitor here Monday etc.-S. A. 'ook. and gent's furnishings, bats caps, shoes continuima resKlance upon and cultivation:: said GULP COAST & NORTHWESTERN
E. Booth
andirey'e an family. vim L, A.Bn dr.J. E. Brows. Chas.
(of all description and price) men's land > LUMBER&SAWMILLCO.
Farrlor Bros want your trade and will Please don't forgot that the MlsII 8Rlebardson's clothing, in fast, anvthlrmyou: wantat Elder Gilbert held services here Sunday mona,Futor Taylor, and Wansau. Fla. 8le-1 u, ,.i

treat you right. Is the place to get. children a bargain. Yours to please.-S. A. Ed.: ..paid. W.6. RoBimotr l M. R. PriCctiard. Man. ,
cloaks, jackets, etc, Cook. morning. This Is the last regular ,

Mr. M. B. PrItchard visited Msrlanna and
meeting before the yearly conference
Our Bob" White fa of Inter
an object We are pleased to note that a good ,
on business Tuesday. Mr.Gilbert thinks his circuit will be '.:1
that the '
est-throughout crowd went out to hear W. Powell Hale,

Brooks Salt at&the Godwin.old price- 1 IS for.200 Its.- open game season In on Impersonator last] Friday night and changed next year.CARYVILLE. DEKLE & CO. Bankers

III Buy your winter dress good from l I I everybody present was charmed with CULLINGS. ,.
Esq. John White has onr thanks for Brooks & Godwin Vernon' that FLfl.
so you him. He was just a taste of what la to OHIP6EY.
special favors Friday. can !get what you want. I I follow. Only high-class entertainers! Dr.'VY, E. Coleman and H. B. Tiller, of '::

You have for kicking at ', have been secured for this. !seasons Lyceum this county, have received a lot of horses This bank offers' Its services for the transaction of all branch.f legitimate ,.:
got no excuse
Wells Itroa. pay the top of the marketfor
course. banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention and all remitted
chlchens and eggs.. the price of soap now. for von can get 10 and mules now In Gary vllle. ,
I for on day of payment. current rate of eiebaBge.
bars for 25c Farrlor Bros.
i A whole family of consistingof !
We will publish the grand Jury pre- I II Sugarcane grinding /going on In earnest r--- to---4W.lIelly..r.1 :-... .:-
Don't wait for us to dun you for what five persons were found dead lit their
and the people are enjoying
seutmentnextweek. I now, young fieife J
'you are duo us on tho BA.NNKB: but come I I home, eight miles east of Marianna,. last moonlight rides to the nearby cane: ,

If you want medicine of any kind,. get in and settle up without delay. Saturday! every Indication showed .thatIt mills.
It at McUeacby's drug store.
I of wholesale butchery. It
was a
W. E. Philips of Tampa, wan the guest It you Is have to your anything Interest to to sell see as Wells well! Bros.If as It. this writing. no cine to the party or par The six new cot.tagebuilt.. by the Sanford ..

of friends here Tuesday. is if you want to buy any thing: ties has. been committing found. .'the .attrocloua murder Lumber Co., near the Dig plaining

mill will soon be completed ready for occupancy.
The Misses/ Richardson have Just're Spend your cash at Wells Bros; Messrs. Goo. W. Lee of 3tcKenzln, Ala.
calved new goods this week yon will be the lucky one to get that .
.:. handsome lamp we are to !give away. I I J. W. Echols, of Evergreen, Ala., and S. JUST A FEW FACTS '
Mild weather Is making It possible for
Col. D. II. Home the saKe of Orange D. Wiggins of Sanford. Ala., passed I
They can talk of shoes at; cost but If the farmers in this vicinity to father(
Hill In town
was Tuesday. you want a pair of guaranteed whose at a::; through Chlplev Tuesday, enronte to .
low price give a call.-8. A. Cook. the 1 late cotton, cane, potatoes, "'0., that Is FROM
When TOO are sick yon need medicine. met. 1 Tallahassee to get the field now of .
old of the of 1'lorld.whlcb! doomed by' frost. '
Get It at NcOeacb, drug store. that chew I survey strip "
It Is said we spend more on Alabama They
claiming. were pleasant
The merchant who does not advertise, tug gum than on mission But by keeping : callers at the JUAirmen! office. I Last Sunday rooming just as the mall a"i'j '

from Pensacola entered the yard <%!
soon becomes a back number. some jaws busy otherwise than talking Have yon read the following books: If ,

'rhe hunting season la ot and we have we do the best kind of mission work. not you can get them at Farrlor Bros. limits In Cary vllle. the engine struck and

the Runll.-llrook & Godwin Vernon The mettle Of the Pasture 'I'beman from' killed a very fine mule! belonging to the .
Well would look better you'd i;
yon go nlen .rrv. Potter and the clay Lovely

:Mr. John Alford, of Holmes county, to Farrlor Bros and get yon an up to- Mary, Mrs. Wlggsof' the cabbage patch, Sanford Lumber Co. I

date hat. They carry all the latest A rose of a hundred leaves Jan Vedden The new brick ttore of Miller Bro is 1st -We guarantee everything yen boy from na to I
visitor In
was a Chlpley Tuesday.Don't .
styles. wife, Lady Hose's danabter, Because I .
Jove yon. The above books are mostly progressing rapidly under direction. of be eiactly a_ we represnot It. : .. I!! ) !
forget that S. A. Cook keeps a We do not care what It la you want to all news and are all strictly high grade In '
Capt.: Kehoe, of Marlanna w hen com .
linn of inon' \
complntn! alldy's pants. ItWe ,
buy, we can save you money on "
every way. 2nd. Our stock consists of j
have the goods and they must be sold.- preted will be two stories high with all nothingbut new- ..; I

People who have nothing do sometimes Wells Bros. MAS IT BKKN r DORK 1 the modern conveniences of an u p-to-date goods,' and always. at the lowest price to behadanywhere. r..:
think they are the busiest. '
Don't take word for It but to merchantlle establishment .
our go cleaning ki ;
The law 'Dies the lima for outtanks
Come In and see that handsome! lampwe II Farrlor Broa. and If you don't find the \

are going. to give away.-Wells Bros. I prettiest line of Xmas goods ever brought' reservoirs etc. The work mustbe Emmett Washington. the young negro "3rd.-We guarantee to spare no pains In trying to'1-:,

I to Chipley.S. ) done In during the first ten, days pre- convicted of rape last. week at Vernon. "
Chas. Smith, of Thomasvllle. was prospecting make things pleasant for those who visit oar store. .' ..
here the first of this week. A. Cook has just received another vious to the first of Hay, and the first of lived about three mile south of Cary -. f . .* <

shipment' of shoos and more coming so November respectively. The law Is man vllle; the girl I la; a negro about 14 year of 4th.-Talk I* cheap but If you 'visit When comes to clothing, we sell walk In and get your shoe They are at.IIrh.e1l .
Include. municipally -, and Is said to bo unbalanced In mind.
dutory and Is drawn to age ,
t.G salt air sod
U cheaper! than any body.-well!* Jtros. on yonr chopping rounds we don t bark. np everything ;
owned plants aa well as those own-< daughter of Uncle Peter Coon an '. ,
Mr. J. M. Turner, of Wansau, was clreujatlng When yon want feed stuffs-corn,. oats, ed of private Interest The penalty for "we say -we do '"when' It comes to price. etc, '
bran, chops cottonseed meal, hulls, ,etc. non-compliance with this law Is a fine of old colored citizen of this neighborhood. : I. '" .
among friends here Tuesday. Wells BraVls the place to get It. We *zoo to tsoo. We call the attention of the "Why.. you can teaeh u..*" -

Toilet articles and Is buy. in carload. 'lots. I city officers to the above.. NOTICE Fox PUBLICATION, .' v .
perfumery of
:the specialties at McQeachy'a drug one store.It Department U the Interior. I 5th.-And last,bat not least, yon lite', your money's) ?
You can always find the latent style* Inreadytowear 'f Land Office at Gainesville Fla..Nov. 5.1-JO3.) f ,'
;: Its lob-work yon want, rememberthe hats, trimmed hat. children's TUB PMKSIOKirm- mBssAGK. Katie hereby *>vnn that thefcrfkavtnfHtaniBitaattler worth.or your money back. :. ..
hat and caps., at the Mlssea Rich has sled intros c4 his Intention to aka .
UASSKB.! : office U the place to get 1C ardson's Millinery 1!lnporlom.t The president's message to congress final pent In support off he dab aad that aaid go-016u3 call and if
which has convened in extraordinary pronl win be made before Clerk Circuit Court at a. prices cut tiny figure we are
:Shoes, shoes, shoes and good shoos, at t The woman of today wants style andattractiveness V_ Fla.on :Dvc. 1% 14O3. via John McQume .
Conk's. Price and durability. guaran In her hats. Shn can get sessions deals entirely with the necessityfor eK.Suction, ol Sextan.ll. Tp.Fla.a ti.Bd.R-U 31177 lor the all o*. sure ice can sell you.- .. .

teed. them at Miss Uattle's and the price are the ratification of the Cuban reciprocity He name*the tnllorrlna'wltnesnea w. to ........ his :' .: .. '

the lowest consistent with good value. trea.y, HA erapbaslxea: the so often. crxittnu mfl residence upon and cultivation ol said .
'Prepare for the cold'weather. that Is land vie John A. McQnane.. E. lI'InttI.l.T. Farrier. Bros. \
eirolug: by getting overcoat from Wells "J>e mom.. eat knows a heap an,* dou't reiterated statement. that the United IIr....*.. o Uro States l" bound to give' Cuba the concession Eta I. .
try to do lIolDo'" .ald.Uncll!' Eb n,' "an' she seeks,'bv pro>nl4es of the most W.O. Rohhwm.Ed. '|'1 t ,

.,', Dr. Kozler, returned: a few days agofrom de man dat don't know ouDlii'. an' triesto binding character, Maying that "a failureto Ire paid. ., Ras .'- --i '.:. -._ ..j \

a two week's trip to the bay'noun- do a heap Is bof of'em PUllll1nCe8." perilously enac' such near levtolallon H repudiation' would com the. Hare TOO-.tried1 a cup.of that foot chocolate 1 1 I Il I

..!"try,'', ".'. v. ." .'* .V: Uncle Ebon Is about. right. \pledged faith of the,nation" ''t at Farrlor Bros. j l -' a ;

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