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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
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November 19, 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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.-XL Chipley. Washington Cry, Florida] Thursday, November. lath liO3 Number 22.-

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, n9 Grand Jury Presentment. cause them to mildew and be othorwlt. a+ e> oA At+ dO M +

injured and destroyed. ,

; : CALL3WAY 6- CO. In the First Judicial! Cfrcult of Florldi COUBT IIOUHR OKNKBALLT.:
r' Clrenl' Court of Washington Count]'. There are two large cracks on tbe In"

e: ";! Pall Term,. A. D. 1002.To' -. tide Court nOUN walls one la the hall JllBt- } iDeceived! !
In the
office! and one
the Honorable I.. 3. Koevea, and U>unty Judge's '
Jl TS. Clerk's once We think that thee
Judge ot said Court presiding:
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Ware I
cia ks should! attended to at once. e 0I
", :The grand Jury for the Fall Term A. of the opinion, that. should there be .
D. 1003..for and Waahlnaton Cooati: ', Ore In and about these cr&Ck.ha' t.h..1. .
.. ,. At The Same place having completed Its labors\ under' th. Ore would be 'permitted to reach the''' t- '

charge delivered to u* by your; Honor a" vault, and thus destroy and Injure 'he'

!1 If: With The Same Jto\v'JPrlccs. the convening; ot our body, beg leave '$0 records. i' I I
'I submit their general preaentment for We find also, that the. Court. Uonse bas'

Como See TJf: your, onur'" consideration! *. settled some heretofore, at' the corner Solid
J toe'have made e..refllllnqll't'! Into 'he.. eauslag these cracks, and that It has 3

We Will Tell! You The ..Rent. alleged violation' of the criminal' statuteand been'necessary. to bog-chain the Coal Cars of
have examined' .Into same thirty-fly. House from end to end and from side to I II

$I alleged ease In such caaea' ai the. evidence side. We think that this settling la due
warranted and we had jllri..die- to the fact that, all water from the. roof <)

,. We Want To'ell lion we have returned true .bills I or dl- the. Court House comes down In abou WAGONS and BUGGIES!

recteil I Information, **.the can may .W. equal' proportions .each corner of the

(0a You Your' We are of the opinion that there bu Court House and la permitted to I'ttlo) I

been comparatively lltllo serious crime right at the earner foundations, thus That Must
: committed since the Jast slttlnac of .a: causing a softening of the ground at this .
\ .
.,. / .. ClothingU Grind Jury In this. County, which was point, and necessarily a> settling of thbuilding.
I yy ttY nBe S ldh-!
one year ago We Hud' however the :> I

! I ., :, Shirts* there are quite a number'uf; ''petty easelS We would suggest; that If at each cot- .
'' : and ml14demea"nQrI"m"ati ,of 'which 'Ifortll nerof the building:, the ""ountoCommls-

'..: ', .Trunks, / ', .: without our Jurisdiction' which" 'bav loners(( would canoe' brick and cement to Our Pricey are Right!
bOOo.commlLr.ed In the pa4t ..two Peen bAJa-ld. extending ont from the corner

; 4r', .: Dry Goods We urge upon the ueaoe\ offlciers! of thlcofjnty four or five fert,'and that the said brick I.
; ; We also have hand ..
:' '" ,, to I Institute; vigorous prooecutlo. arid cement bA laid su as to cause sllgh

'* ';" ". 't.Jr",- Groceries ". ,1 for misdemeanors the. Inferior courti., decline from the corner of the building,
n' ; .. having Jurisdiction, 'and we believe I If ont four or five feet; that. the wale' the VERY BEST STOVE .

: l ... thU. Is done, all manner of crime will be would In this way, be carried away frow'

.SL1tH.; ; : shortly reduced, to minimum. In tblcoiiotv. the Immediate foundation, and that on the market at prices I'

settling of the building large!
'.. BOOKS ISO RRDOUD8. obviated, or pprhapaentirely prevented. that will please. And

We have examined Into the offices, be .we are advised that this work could< cm
"' CALLAWAY & 'CO.I'Hl ., books and records. of the. several count, be done very reasonably and we espec- we keep at all times avery

: officers of this county', and .find diet lr' tally urge upon the County Commission- ,

? w books and records. neatly and apparently era'that they have this. attended. to a\ complete line of

.... correctly kept. once; Wo notice that. there are severs I .
..we a1..1\ ,. 01: I HL.t'.H:. I, Ilea t1Ja ot couapcsjoaa pernonaget.Rat I ; We desire to make some medal recom lI'akllln the. Court House roofwblcl r
c now Baron P. you A fele, In i mendatlons. with reference to the office should be fixed at once for not. only I Is gARDW RE.

f3rl> "bKd at. RerUn. pplnb. ofeeraID' officers,, which recommeuda. this an Injury the roof but the. lp.o.kallAwill
n.. BIkUol '..turf.A ont that this taadttum coiijnnctlon: ol Lions we here present, as follows: cause the lloorlnJo'\l.'lIInlf and' ethelUmbers
300 tbeeeat ..*. and BatUtn Is described In COME SEE us! .
Nearly ;remit ado Jupiter First.-Wo 'flqd 'than mortgages. 'an'd of the buMJItu to rot.
trouotuef Kejii.r.. davojt an'well a*'< list of the po It$oa. of |3i* planets! dowi
oroI lawas
Judgment that-the hall doors
I6nidonotfollotJthe We find also,
1.v' lourn.'d 1>>411. socsbl mathematical from 17 B.., C.:to 10.AD'Jalety'dieeorervd
laid, down a Ica Chapter 491S, Acts ut 1001! \ i stairs both from and back are cpntlnU'.
the |
to dcmonHtr.itt' the truth of tlie ..Iorof' In i>>gypt tXitthermore,
a the star of 1k-t:ilrLl-.II. A-! old' Egj-ptlnu star gB>er
the laws of the motion of lb* stare Iv of dtftl8 that correspond ctoselj and, Judgements, when same anaatiafled hall, a rendervous for cattle :ai night and .
4 + had dHeotfr-ml. \cnIrr3inUtl\ tbat on with thrice eat down In..tbe 'aeeond and we find tbat I tnjunticoii- lit bad weather, but It also leaves th< t
i c' the bitht: of Dec. 2VM, C B. ti. the rf -- chapter rf Mattbtw. Yet. again tbOreolc .' often dono-td tbu mortgager, or theN Judy building exposed to the. Intrusion of any C7IiIPX..IJY: F I.A.10A .
Sblc l In f' >:, viarl-: word Crandbted "stood" In Mat-> II II
a occurred. rJ a meat debtor In many Instance, 'where person( or persons desiring to enter-atant' ,
f bouloronJuncUoQ ..f Jupiter and Rarurn. thew'a account wtoicu'iutujt coniinenta-. haws'been' recovered agalnsi and
Judgments!; time of or night, a person sc
ton have IclarM to b.;-a poetlcjilexprcanton. ) IJ
parties a.or mortgages.have amen recorded eut.erloRbe hall la then excluded from Aafb Atid"t>aldh W't
Thut I IL ton that night tbe two planet tarns ant to l! :'the! tech
,such'mortgages and judgmeDtd have tha offices of the several county. officer,
the ;'astronomer '
as teen from that part of the fartli, nical ten ttaeit J by Egyptian '
area> directly In Urn and for a tins -deneribe., the 'conjunction been! settled and satUfled but the mort- only by a llpht; panel' door, and for the which In our opinion, will prevent the. S on to state In our general presentment,
r 'would be seen MS on* !star combining of Jupiter"'unJ Saturn which, ha re gageeor' Jjudgment: creditor as 'the case take of decency and alcul'lw urge choking of the. sewerage. f >r thit benefit of the public, generally; ,
i' the brilliancy of botli. B>pler thought cords aa octnrrlnz at a 'date torte mav be, has failed to satisfy or cancel the that. theses doors be kept locked at. night; The Jail Is well kept the prisoners well that It Is a, violation of the law to. soil
Uxls ('OnJuDdlonOSrl:1JDM the appearance ponding to Dec K. d rt: ,d.- of'oure mortgage or judgment., aft required bylaw and on Sundays, and at all times except fed and cared for.cova'rrPOOR. domestic wines In this county, and that

of the untjiuatiy bright strange elfdar. which Is an Injury to the inortga-. when the several officers are belug occupied FAKM.Wn I the penalty therefor a One not. exceed-
star whlcU niaarrd flee fihephcrda and Baron von AeCete draws from this got or Judgment debtor, for the reason by theoiTh. | ere. were favorably Impressed Indeed' ,,, i III. one thousand dollars or Imprlmtnmi -
which the wbw! turn aaw as they came coaflnuatlon ct: K:.t>lofs CQinputattom or'cloud with the. condition of the County Pool '
that. the. records show a ilea upon We also find that the. walls throughout; >nt not exceeding twelve. months and
from the and Slartbejr'a inarrutlTe the conclusion I .
the title oC the mortgagor judgment: tha. entire building have been nadir defaced Farm.
Then Bchoar working on New Tear that tbe''' Christmas. festival wet \ we trust tbat this public presentmentsetting )
trtmcnt rtronolo..-y brcamv watt*led fixed on .... 25ooC' :.because It was debtor. when i In truth' and In fact, the and Injured end we treat this fact We tied the Inmates there well fed and forth this fact &and this law, will '
that the date of Olooyslun. then'gen- the Um_ of the! tU>maa saturnalia ol I same has been satisfied Thin Is not the directly to the easy accessibility! of vandals taken are of. -We find that It. Is almost be the means of preventing the sale of,

sr ern'ly reralvrd.'trere lMOm t.. They, I the fextfrnl of some popular pagan fault.. In any sense of the Clerk of t.beCourt. at times when the. -officers are not self-sustaining; that there was a quantity three wines In the' future and the avoiding -
fouud evidence, thiit Ilcrod the 'Great.snld god. but bvcau*:> fbe' earl] Christian ., aa he keeps the proper book for there to protect: and prevent such "defacing of.corn. sweet potatoes fattening; hogs of prosecutions. '
x-: lii the fjospi-Is! to' hare been Hrl"!' I I knew esacjtjty: WIleD 'the 'Founder of that purpose, but the fault Is due' to the. ; > and sVgood milk cow,and various produceon We find that there are several physicians

at the tUye rf tlie nativity died:<< lathe i their faith,A1'p" 4r.4 as:'achild" oioai carelensnesa, negligence' or Ignorance ol are advised eWe by the sheriff, that the the. place. In this county who have not compiled -,
'' fifth ff...r before thin then Accepted" a* men. ,_fTbe ;maher r I IC' the mortgagee or Judgment creditor, and doors to this. ball will' notlock, caused We find however, that there! Is not sufficient with the law and obtained certificates.
of the Christian In fact raaln"f Jt et'*t .f the to
the first era.
bed clothing for the
bode and com
we are Informed that there U a penaltyfor either by an expansion of the doors or by .
tbat'tllS. old Egyptian
It U frrnernlly+ .* 1n Itteq Dorr thoughrnavenleucw'preven : CbrisUa ,_
:* a,-change. -that ; record tnk n wtttk. Kepjcc'a) ,calcuta- such c are1r.eoeea, negligence or Igno- \ settling. of the. building, ,we therefore fort of the. In abates during. the approach- We desire to thank. the. Court, Court
and we suggest: that the proper the. County. Commissioners .to log winter, and<;J([ we think that. the County kindness
this Is not' the nineteen hundred and stone otattnns the cospel. narrative ranre urge upon officials a..d the !State: attorney for -
third year 'ulace the* birth of Jesu but It shows that tb* birth of,tbe Founder ufliccrs see to It In the future; that the. look Into this matter and make th?' n4cnseary Commissioners should furnish additional and courtesies shown us, and having
at least tee nineteen! fcnuiTn-d and aer'enth. of their faith' WM attended by-an exceptional penalty. Is enforced aganstsuch: carolesa, repairs to, the exti.-ut<: of putting In bedding an I bed clothing: at once. completed oar' labors under your Honor's
and probably tbe nineteen' ban' aspect .f the heaven II) negligent or Ignorant mortgagee or Judgmentcreditor entirely new doors! If necessaryVeeflpeclallycalltheattentlon. ',(VV'e find thatt. ,the poor farm building charge, we ask that'we now be discharg
,dred and n!nth. I shows Ulat the writer of Matthew'igospel \ of the proper? needs some Under pinning and

Tillsdtarorery of, the error: ID the did not fabricate tbla IDeJdentof Second,The Superintendent! ofPublic, : sheriff to the fact that ho Is custodian of other repalirsv'and we suggest that. these pd.We request that the Clerk of tbe Court
: tbonsb it the OIIth11: '. h wa one thai :
traditional ehronoJosr. con- ) repairs lie toads at once.f .
Instruction and that the responsibility -
armed KepW'a calculation Indirectly. the human Sulnd. all ages has tended : the Court ) r> did not cnnflft bin enggea;Iou about tatar to oda't.wttfl the blrtba of creat'dena" WeBnd that there.Is. ne safe' or 'ade- U directly upon him for Its car f r' yUBMO R0ADL: of County Commissioners at. their next
stories : provision made tor the preservation mil and we' ask that. he The putlte roads we are Informed, are further -
of Bethlehem to be whollyaccept- "'- as!, the Bfcdd&lst klrth quite preservation I regular! meeting and we recommend
ed. That the conjunction of the! two show; and b7th a-eoDtlnulD& the careful ol the. books or records of the County look closely to"It .In'the future and, we .I!In a bad and unsatisfactory condition. In that the County Commissioners

planet occurred: about tbat time was veracity of Ow gospel| narrative la Huperlntendantof Public Instruction. ask that,each county official aid" him. ., lathis. 'some 1 localities, the roads are reported to cause this general presentment to be published -
considered that ft strengthens belief In neat and -'butthey be In good condition.( The bad roads. are
admitted.:' but It.a.- not particular Ills, books are kept orderly, in eacb of the newspapers of the
proved that Jeans was born on exactly its truth In all odhe .Chicago Inter are' In no sense safe We ate advised that under Section 2330' ,largely due., la our opinion, to the recent county.

that night. In (Tact the tendency was .Ocean., We Bad that In the. County. Judge's of- of. the Revised Statutes! of the. ,ti\"at.e.\ .of 'storm and the! more recent heavy rains. Respnctfully submitted .

to rearanjvthe: story -of the star as a ,..._ si,.._. IIlpa.. Dice l there Is a large vault., which Is practically Florida, that. there Is a penalty. provided We trust. that the road overseers and J. R. MoOBA.cnr: S. M. ROBERTSON' ,
wonder tjinblt*t LIe. produced by the universal The late Fete 11. Arthur ,chief ol uailesiii' for' the reason that. It Bai For the. punishment. of any person who Commissioners. will give this mattert.belr Clerk Koremin.Rlohe ..
human of associating remark'able '
: nat Ibo Bnet :icrbood of Locomotive BnKlnee'rs. never been fitted with the. necessary shelving d lefaces any public building Wo, i i attention.Wealso.
with the births or
events <
:+ .. W*.,, beta In Scotland but hli / or fixtures. to keep the. records In.. attention of alt the County Officers to' flni'that a number of streams ..

humor was of a-Irtab\ ratlier-than a "We earnestly urge upon the County. this. law, and suggest and urge that any throughout the county have no footways. That country' In the richest which
Scottish art MJ:. Arthur was a good
} F-R B ]3 deal of' a linnisrut. many anecdoteiof Uommlsttloner, the Importance jot'the person Violating this Section In. thUcoun-;' for foot passengers, and we lend! that nourishes the greatest number of mhle -

him "'vh" b .' A TRIP TO EUROPE- Cleveland since .... death. necessary fixture: ; ao as to make It suitable COUNTY JAir, mile posts. gdf the several public roads. who. baring perfected the functions
y I Ir One .f these aoecdotea concerns' a for the purposes for which It was We.flnd the county J jail In fairly 'good The bridges of the county -.reIn fairly of his own life to the utmost. has also

night that be once passed', without Intended 'and we further recommend ;onaltlon .except that. two rooms are -un'i good condition,, though there Is complaint the widest helpful Influence! both personal -
"sleep a .nl bt .f. bard work wherein. that; a part of this vault(It. beluga large ale i f but we note with pleasur. .that the as to several of ,,JUt brldlle. and by means of his John possessions Rusklu.,
1 over the lives of -
averted a great strike. 01l8)) beset aside for the. use of the County material Is on the /ground for the pur' One matter. we desire to call especial

An assistant.-"wKft sentimental Mr. Arthur for tone.aym..dltMd his,. Superintendent of Public Instruction.'We rose of repairing these room, and m..kIne attention. to li thin That. In several of

cb loss of rest. "It Is too bad." be said. are Informed by the County Super- t.bem. weandire are advised 'that the. bridges'eroaelog streams In this coun-

"No man "sbonld be driven like thU. ntendentof Public Instruction. that- t.hA. contract has been I let and the repairs ty< logs andlimber have been permitted I 0 .
FREE 1y1. A wboto night without ,tleepj Too 'there are-several keys: In and about the rill 6e mad right away. to drift' down and rest against the bridge.
will break down,* (Uonrt Iluuse/ln the bands of different The sewerage system of the. Jail Is Inadequate *' This Is very Injurious to this trldgev, .and

Mr. Arthur dtcfited senUmeatallam persons, which, will,unlock his offlce, andfur and unsafe and we urge that a we suggest that the proper officers see to
loo woaJ4, like to tab coddling-proCoaodl/. ne'Sktld with a that reason, his office I*easily aceesilble rood substantial. sewerage of terra cotta It that \lIo".rlolrll. or lumber, bn per- apes.Inside
a tray to Europe, the
World's Vat.O frown? ,- We urge upon the (V>uoty (,'001. plphi.( be laid from the. j .la'io the creek, .milted to drift and remain against these ..

New Turk atT or Aah.0 .- onfaleep MIt Isnt: one ira! tight ttree I'nlshts.Thme tare .gone- wltb- nltfsfooers'' the importance of putting. vhteh U. only a short. distance; and weegitest bridges.v.

:- vffiat wltkont havlas to put nlgMcT said the other.. tome aubetantolalloclc upon the. said door ;/ that this sewerage from the'.. Jailo Another matter we desire to call ea-
# 0 lIP any of foot: ;owe tansy.1.r -n_ aoT ,inch a lock as eaunot be opened ludlssrlmlnatelr the creek should be of a$ least ten .or pedal attention to Is this: There' has

Awrit..the.JacboDri1Je XeOtaopUa "Wb$.- said .... Atom,. -last night. ; or by almost any key. waive. 'Inch I ; terra cotta pi pi ng. been an impression prevailing In this
0 for pawtlcuiara havent tint, Sri" PS making dumi-stlc' each pound package of
; tonight and tonsatrow night-I COUBTT"UDQ.'. orrice. We suggest also, that the sewerage of Bounty /
v O slept.a wink In .... ef tbem.Ate. ..'* The books and records of this. office are he upper story of the Jill td the ground; I wines bad a right: to sell sane without a J,

t ..... ...... teat. and well kept, but we do not' think hat the'pines be so put In at the ground licence, notwlthstaodlag the local option Lion Coffee
Kitty -Wbat Aid Jon do'I, when be .list the records are safe from burglary 'hat the elbow be not put In ai right''an- ,: provision. We have'not urged prosecutions -
threatened to tdIIe your or lire. Tbe County Judge oeeesMrllyceeps ". 1l1ee; for this Is in oar opinion, what.' at'thls term of the Court, tor the.

METROPOUS Blanche di *'t do anything. Why his books and records la his office, sees the. choking. and stoppage of' the reason that a. very" !general, Impression will 'be found a FREE game/;
THE should IT I ,__.waited until he bad 11.0(1110'( In the 1'011.adJacen' thereto. pipes< teemed to prevail that It" was admiral' 1 60 different All new.
CARTER 8f RLTSSEL.L.PUBUSMINO! > committed an *v rt:.act. or the reason that there no furniture We-suggest, that Instead of making the I loselltfomestlewlneslo.. thlaeountv. Your' games.

-=: CO Kltl7'-AndtheiiT or fixtures prickled In the vault., and to elbow or joint at right angles, that It beat Honor having, however, charged u. At Your Grocer's /
Blanch*-Why. then It wsl too late tepnnlah this ground, we take occa-
pile the records op upon the. floor would puc a. an angle of the degrees lesrly.poa "
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The bravest might'shrink 1 One thing is certain in regardto

4: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. without reproof horn a torrent fame; for most of us it will be Is it not true that we habitual : Correct Foot Wear. "

of mud, but it is sometimes oiecessary : very brief tn! itself; for all of us ly attribute. too much politital ;
$1 rut I
APTASCMIVTKHED to meet such a torrent. !it transient in our enjoy- power to the Almighty Dollar?I

it. When death has' On the surface we all work for it i
The cleanest will abhor such necessity : 1'
AT THK IM)8T OFFICE: AT CHIP but he who comes out cropped the curtain weshallbear -it is, always in evidence, and + C ,,a ar j/

MASTER LIT.: Ft A? AS SKCOMD: CLASS MAIL without stain should be rDplaucT-; ho more applause. And though its work is always plain to the

ed by all fairminded FloTidtans.' I we fondly dream that it will continue : eye. Undoubtedly some of us !

W. W. JONES, Editor : are corrupted by it.In the city
Therefore, we are sorry to see after {we have left the stagewe L.11.-

r" ADVERTISING RATES <>!( AFFUCATI the following trom the Madison I do not realize how quickly: it and the state and the nation we I
constantly have proof that the
die in silence while'the
Clktpley, Plat.,November 19..., 1VO3. Recorder says the TimesjTJlfoUon; : Jvill away :

-, --'. It took Senator Taliajterfb a I, audience turns to look at the new love of money may work' great -

You may get all that is comfngto long time to get up courage efficient actor and the next scene. Our evil. But does it not work great .

you in this world-but look I to; meet Stockton on the position in society will be filled good? To what else than our Si

stump again, and now we b tl he and love for the dollar is due. the
it vacated our
as ,
out for the next. 'as soon is
wishes he hadn't. %-4'' name remembered only for a greatness of our
Graft have politics; And we gladly note tbat :the abroad and the characterof
may no I i
moment please
except, by; dl is su.rpr.j.vinulolO: quickly an uninviting -
but it is usually quite successful Leesburg Commercial. answers a few who have learned to love our people? In other countries Shoe will Hast a favorable .

I in selecting its politicians. this: enough is sufficient, and he who .
: of but be- '
not fame
us ,
isn't to .-
So it safe run
., The foregoing is reproduce, have them and can make; himself comfortable impression. .

Countries have rights as well because it serves to call attentionto cause them we helped good. retires from business. With us .. gha\ ces. (l's far letter to select a'" -
done some .
as individuals, Mr. Roosevelt's one marked characteristic of there is no such surcease of la- IIJlOe that precludes such result,one '.

" actions to the' contrary, notwith- James P. Taliaferro candidate, LIVE WITHIN YOOII INCOME. bor-the millionare works as that is noMe and artistic in its conception /_

r standing. ', ... I ... ; to succeed himself in the Y itecl "We were living beyond our hard and lives very little better I ,graceful inits outlines easy

i There is a man in Chicago States Senate, his courage; ,S a means, so we stole' to make up than his bookkeeper. Thus national on the fool and so made as to render

soldier boy in the ragged ranks was wealth is in You all
named Damrich-but his financial the deficiency. It either constantly maxim11TI
rating isn't what his name of the Confederate army he displayed that or give up social and club creased-the idle are either the these attributes in the :

4 would indicate. i courage; in his public life, associations that were dear to young, the weak or the worthless. Star Brand Slides ,' .

.. as a loyal and_ true _democrat, he 'us." In other lands this is not true- ,
It is easier to crltizise and ad- has ever shown himself to be 'a With this confession frankly work is a ,curse, and is evaded I l Sold By>-

:- vise than to meet the exigenciesof man of courage; not afraid of defeat made, Jas. H. Preston and Peter when possible. .'

the situation as they arise, and ever firm and steadfast in D. Hax, of Chicago, was lockedup But give credit io money for 'T.L. Wells S Bro .
the face of opposition, never a I
conquer them.' on the charges Of larceny all the power that may be claimed -
.. bolter from the path of right and r
either embezzlement and conspiracy.The for it, and there are others. . .. . "
rectitude as a party
Senator Morgan is right. The .
or in the private walk of life. A'*I two young men, neitherof President Mitchell says he has .

i democrats' in Congress will havea a business man his success attests them over 22 years of age, 330,000 men in his federation-

few things-plain things-to his courage. No those were bookkeepers,and by shrewd these are, with few exceptions, I First National Bank

say about the Panama business. who know James P. Taliaferrowill conspiracy have stolen considerable voters. The strength of labor ,

not charge him with lackingcourage Of" l\-Inria.nnn: I Ia.RESOUJEiCflS. ,.
,_ A RUNAWAY: mUYlLtt.: no matter what the situation money from their employers. should be at least a million votes, .. -

Terminated with an usrly out on the leij in which he may be pla)- but suppose the cause of labor Co..d.d ac..c..CIor BU..ll..M,a.PI.9't',903.
or J. I). Orner, Franklin Orove 111. It de '
veloneil atul.born ulcer unyielding to too ed or the conditions that may They were ambitious to shine could command only the votes of ; LIABILITIES.Capital .
Receivable Bonds.....i131I5524 Stock 150000.00
tor. and remedies for four ThouBnckleu'sArnloavalveenred. confront him. Bills
I, years. it
the miners would still
Its just Segood socially, and rather than give up be U.S.Bond ana Prefil ms*,*....13,500.00 Surplus Fond.,....(..... 8,500.00

.for Burns HcaUla. Skin Eruptions and WHY NOT 4I society committed a crime.. Having possible for labor to name a pres.. I FurDlturo and Flap>T\ ,...w", 224.38 Undivided Fronts..... ........... 1497.23
lies. 2Bo at S. MoUeacby: Co. drug
store. I gotten into charmed: circle ident. Accepting the division Cash and Due from Banks...... 57,829.13Redemption 13.5Ou.00Deposit :
of =Every business man' shou the (i }'und ...i.?*....->;... 625.00 .. 137,173.53 .
to and labor
they were not brave ,enoughto parties supporters -
The pessimist is a man who advertise, and why not the farmer .- break out. could command outside ,the I II. 'I < (180,891.77' Hsa.891.T74h. '

draws down the blinds to shut asks the Valdosta Times.\ organization and easily" I I This link: Commenced a......... February 1O3.J2y .
"We were living beyond .our we see By wrlsteo agreement, Interest will be Paid on Time Deposits.
out the sunlight in order that His farm should .be a standing(! that if labor has no political force
.... I W H. MILTON, Cashier.
should lie
be sit in'the gloom and advertisement. It
That was all.. the fault is its own. Now those,
ry about it. kept in such a condition tai people vicious ; who'have and will not I "
e The boys had no, per power use
will drive a mile or 0.o'ont. of sonal habits. it are unworthy of salvation-the I r TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES
When a man continually pratesof : The stock
the to see .it.
way .
in this
They did not gamble or spec- organization country that
his desire to be just and right. should be such that an animal .. TAYLOR
has votes and complains of COMPLETE
ulate. op
rest assured that these are the
will need further recommendation
no pression itself "unfit" SAW MILLS.
qualities which be himself will They went a social -pace that stamps as GINNING
it camef
than that
rorn his it failed in
because first
was too rapid for their gait. Andit

'" the least consider.. place, and the things he; sgnjds Jo ruined them. duty of citizenship.Now OUTFITS 'Newly :

':. Dowie is fake and if the market should have a reputationthat labor depends for its '
a ,yet Here's a lesson, young man. Equipped
would make them bring fan- '
real Elijah should come to us It's an old one. You have prosperity on peace and order- GRIST Boiler Works :w

now it is altogether likely he cy prices. heard it often. But it is well! labor is taxed to pay for war and MILLS s -

would get more kicks and less worth your attention. To live bleeds' to fight its battle. In 1904 +' Machine
The Confederate soldiers pf I -
7 S belief than Dowie does. is labor should be with the Democracy
annual beyond your means to 'court -: /
... Florida will hold their MILL Shcps andFoundry -
certain failure. It may not lead because Republicanismmeans '<
convention in St.Augustine, com- :
Talk about grabbingatstraws! SUPPLIES -
you to crime, but it will certainly war. A word to the wiseis '
mencing Dec. 8th. There they r
Every republican" in the country lead you to slavery-the slavery .sufficient.-Times-Union. _meet,-" ,.... _" ._ .J/nr .
: is doing Indian dance becauseone will fight again the battle of the : .
an -- m Mike it to Tour latest to Flfara willi IU.
of debt. Live within in-
prominent English states- days that' tried men's souls, and your NOT A SICK DAY SI\C L I I

revive the memories of that peri- come. Do not step over the line "1 was taken sevoiely sick with kidney MALL RY BROS. MACHINERY CO.
man has been found who favorsa
which independencefrom trouble 1 tiled all Hurts of medicines, '
separates .
protective tariff. od. none of wblu."i: relieved me. One d., 1 saw ---w 5. : ,MACON, CA.ilTHlNGPOWPERS.
bondage. That way lies mi lid. ol your Electric filters and determined -.. ..... .
to try tbnt. After taking a few loses
DOESN'T RESPECT OLD AOE. The Progress and Prosperity danger. 1 felt relieved, and soon thereafter was entirely P_MOkPETT"fJ Cures Gtofera-bfulra
Its shameful when youth tails to show If. earn only $1 day,spend cured and have not seed a sick day .
proper respect for old age but Just the eon. edition of the Pensacola Journal you since. Neighbors fl mine have boen cured Diarrhoea,Dysentery..f.
Irnryr In the case of Dr Kluz'a; New Life which will be issued shortly lathe no more. Or, still better spend of UaeumatlHin K> uralgm, Liver and Kid. r s0. d the Bowel Troubles .
troubles null General' This Children of An
Pills They out on* maladies no mutter nty Debility f Ags
novr *t'vere and Irrespective of old age biggest thing of the kind, ev- only 90 cents'. Have the courageto Is whet !V F. Hess, .f T'remout, N. U.writes. Aids Digestion, !Jddu'ah.
Only 50o at H. JlcUencby:: & Co.c1ruKgl. ) .
l\Hi>psiii. Juundlve. Fever. Constipation by Strengthens
| in this neck of wear an old coat if necessary. ....
the .
er attempted :
al l! yield' to this perfect HII. 20o at 8.: EMiO the Child and Makes
achy & Co. drug store. woods; and the good its distribution Some day you may be able to Costs Onlj 25 cats: at Druggists, TEETHING CAST. .

.y: -- will do cannot be measured wear a better one. Let clubs TilE CAMPDtiLL! RUSSELL CATTLE Qnn, M cots U C. ... MOPFCTT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS._. MCV
11 IlL 1000.
It the Florida political circus would go and organizations SA1.K. w. !!sw amA.e Dlv mafttfm TKKTB1JIA(fTMUa Pmrdcra) mt doa.lAi.I ,tohCads'u 'la tin pablfe
Into winter It would be something by :words. society worry aid ude r.alupri.aer adYan.,end ..r 1.a hr a11W,1, ,"'=-r ,=:yam..el.ex.rd.e
quarters ....... ... __ ,
The sale of blooded beef cattleat I 100hmud's'd POT FW.whldi b y.U.a oc..Utooo&lofMUoa.
of a relief to the average ooor vo -- along without you you can , tIC ...._Iry.f..CI r.utalnrw. ..,rtrn.soa.ce Ute d_" d... mare'.
---- f O*ImUlU Un>lt to 1Maleg. -
ter.-TlmPII.nerald. Prof. LJangley's official announcement afford to join them. Hold up Montgomery last week wasallthe TaL: RAa a BAMKm DRUG OOw WkotaMto Tn.MhtlY. .

Say brother; did you ever to the Secretary of your chin and- success that was hoped' for, C. BRENT.'u.1 IL
think about it? The state news- War, of his intention to again Live within your income! both i in the point of attendance, 'I PKKSIDE' r' ',VICa-PltZIB. : JUIIT. CA'BBIEB.: '

papers can put it there. try to make his machine fly, Metropolis. in the prices realized and the l a '

.... should have read like this: DISASTROUS WRKCKS.: wide distribution of the cattle. First National Bank, '

.,, The fact 'that West Florida KI ,d sir, I'll have :yet another try I I CareloBsness Is responsible for many a ..In the two days 112 head were QF'P1 '
farmers bought over one-fourth To send my buzzard to the sky; I'railway wreck and tee ul same ufferers Causes from are sold, 72 head of registered cattle FL2t.
buinita wrecks
t of the cattle sold in Montgomerylast ; I may not send the thing so hluh.!: Throat making Soil l Limn trouble! Hut slnott the. and fifty grades, and of" these I Transacts: js. .General Banking Business.
But I can make/tbe dollars fly. dvent of l>r Kli.R's Mew!! Discovery for
week is argument enough -- Cnatnmpl on, t.'ongbs and Colds, even the Florida got 52; of this fifty-two, i : Your Business Solicited

that they have faith }in this sec Few realize.the enormous importance lunation worst oases Is no can longer to cared nec-etsnry., and napeli oM......Lola re*. West Florida dot( thirty-two, and DIHKCTORSl r',> .

tion as a cattle cou.ntry.-De Fut printing. in .our daily i CragN.whose life of]was Dorchester" saved >by Mans.Dr., l I"King's..rn i>f many dew: !' quite naturally the Breeze, as I WM. H. $NOWLES, W.A. BLOUNT. K. c'BRENT: :

niak Breeze. life. To be sure we all know I Discovery. Tbls wrest roriedr Is guaranteed one of those who have, been w. Ia IIYER D. G. BRENT ,J, 8. LEONARD. :
.. for all Throat and Lain*Mseneee by H. .
that the modern'newspaper is toa K MeGenehv A Co., druggists! I'riou DOo preaching more and better livestock I

We should not be surprised if certain extent the result. "of and '1. Trial bottles free. feels not a little elated over:' J T. JONES. WE 'DO:: ,,;' :

the administration also negotiated the outcome. D. Hughes of liD
technical :
t great improvements; The following luminous para- I
a canal treaty in advance Ponce de Leon bought the highest A I TORNEYATLAWCIIII'LElfi
of improvements -
but of the scope these graph from the New YQrk World >: BILL LETTEB '
with the gang it authorized to : priced Shorthorns male and lN'LA. '
and ,
only the printer
S i should certainly shed some light 1 HEADS R HEADS
steal the Isthmus of Panama, the female paying $400 for tbeShort- .
the maker is i ,
aware. Jn a of'ree BUELb
press : upon the problem trade COOK NOTE.. ENVELOPES'iIEADS
e name of which should now be special issue devoted to "Modern and protection for those who are I II horn bull Milo; and $325 for the ,I ...Iow...,..,.. Law. I '

changed to the Isthmus of Ted;. Aids to Printing." the Scientfic i heifer. Maid. A. G. Stewart, of CFS>ZLEY.a3+ORIDJi. BUSINESS:
still in the dark on that important I "9-OBos..Main&In Wea'buUdlp '
dy. i I Galt City, Nelson Bros., of Vernon -'- STATEMENTSCARDS
American tells just how important question: "England unable I I caul.lattmtfnod.eo. all ..aUen..ted
the printing industry is to : .and Clarkson: J. A. Sims, of to BIT cam CWIeetMnsmde. CIBCVLABS PAIIIPBLE'T8.
The New Orleans States say that the to grow a pound of cotton on :1 '
Bonifay, and R. W. Storrs, of De AtpanalbJa, .... ....._ time and Bra acUd.. In- 'T
fact cannot be questioned that the old the _country It shows in a few ber own soil, annually exports mrana MILL COlfJUSSARYCii
blue-back speller In use In all the schools comparative illustrations how $350,000,000 worth of.cotton man i Funiak were the other West Btu Altr...... c.._..._ Es: I CHECKS:
tip, of the Sooth before the Civil War was huge is the product of American ufactures. This country with Florida: buyers.-Breeze. I *1wd best In the world and every child put c. 1IIICIr ce. 1 antes It la,wonderf RECEIPTS DKAJ'18
through/ could spell. correctly, an ar- presses; it analyzes the economic the largest cotton, crop. in the I'I f fnlly Rcnaltlr* to tU faults of others WEDDING N ,visrr' i'' a '

$ compllshmantthat, l 14 rare, among the side of the industry; it describes world, exports only 32000.000 The Atlanta Constitution puts but It never appear to b. troubled by ?,

,; school children of the present da-Me' laborsaving machines which do worth. If England would just!r in a plea for the "unpaid preach jour own..hortromingaI iNVITATIONS' G CARDS .

tropolis. the work of dozens ol mea=" all in clap a stiff duty on her raw cotton -1 I ers." Our distinguished
If the blue-back speller was a way that can be understood by imports and also on the food should save, some of I TO ORDER,
used in.the public schools of today who is not I I its editorial thunder for '
a man an expert on of her --operatives there would our unpaid -

a it would be far better for the printing. The number has been soon be another story to tell." r and overworked school "What are you writing. Hawteyr
I "A utory. I'm (Coin*" In for fiction.: A D. CARMIUJ AEL.
pupilWe were one of .those prepared wifh a thoroughnessand teachers.-Times-Union. And "H* lrjr"-for a majnzlner*. .

who used it. therefore. know care characteristic,f the Were it not or dolids people for the editors who are not. paid "No: .for my'. tain. n. wants humonpy. Attorney; LAW.'
.CoItovUoiaa "
a Specialty.'THE
whereof we speak. Scientific American. could not appreciate sunshine. .I Fat l all. ". .. l and I'm Mtlng Dim 111 Bend. ., Chfpley Fls.L .
a .. I r ,. ,, I blot a check nazt week. -, .
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Post Office Directory. ,

very:' Feed & SaleO'lHiPLBY.FLf I Office h UI"87:30... m, to 7:31) .p. m.; except .n 't.,

," STABLE9oJ I ISundavK.Eastbound.mall clones at 10:30 ft.m "'" "4
W..t-bouCld mall close at 4:*) p.m. 9 '- L
: \ Mall from Vnrnon" arrives at 10.. m.. ,.
t and If'avC'fl at li m..daily, Axcapthlandaye 'I i:
If R r Mall from Orange Hill Bay head and tit. :
V Andrews arrives ate p.m.,and leaves at ;S
Good Teams and Drivers Can Be a.m. daily,except Munda,. ,.

Had At Any Time. Sunday hour: 9:00 a. m. to 11:30 a. BU, ,.... j'
f and from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. -,<
Drtimmerat' Olflta ... QpeclaUy. mat Money Orders tll8l.1t"1t.t. all hours when ,
office Is open,extxpt SUllda"e.J .
.... tL ALLEY, p )I.
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; .' ioTiIItiiLEi.; NASOIflllB II11. TUflf' TABLE. OUR CLUBIIINO- LIST.: -

BANNER and Neml-weekly Atlanta -
.... y's
'. :. a. r.n_5N3>:NE'tU"ORT.1"'Na. Journal, per year 1.75..
"' No. 4.U:3a'n. No.3. No. 3. No. t HANSKK and Thriceweek. New York
Uo''pm t>v..Pen aeola....Ar 5:00am 4:0fpm World. per year tl.65.ItkNNKKend .
'. t:2pm: ,UIlam ......l'lom..l.6n..Lr! 2:35am 2:30 p m /Herat-: weekly Ttmec-t'n-
., ,"of;*! p lu 5:53am .. .... .lloblln ...... 183)n't 1:%$ p n on and Citizen per year, '..110.
.. I 8:15 pin 7:3Opm ....NwOrI..ns.'! ... '8OOpm 9:3 m + ,
t and Farm
B.M2TBRand Home per Tear
NOB'JB: 1.25
j. Ni. 2. No. 4.l2:3Spm. No. I. No. -.
k 11:05 p m Lv....Pensacola....Ar 4:00 p m 5:00. m
Political Chat.
'. 11:15.. mll9 5:30pm. Ar.MontcotueryLv:: 11:U a m 9:35pm ,,
{ a nt 9:13pm ...... Uirmiuiruam ..... 8-.Mara: 4:05 p BI Cures
ZJO a m tt:30am .. ....[_>uisvill!......... .:7:30 a m 11:39&m ..... 11:00 p m 11: IS pm x Dowie.has cured many superstitions
T:2O am 1:31)p III .....Sli. Llllli.,...... 4:1"% 1"" 1J:55 pm persona of their belief la the power of ,

( .. :': "Elijah 11."
J.eul4aecth' and Iivrr .J."etle..
I' ..... No. 21. I No.3. I Names of Slatlons( I No. s.. No.< 233pi Th canals In New York state are now All and
Daily IsltytNnetnpaheroienntehown) DaHr a Dally Kidney
.supplied with an. electric towing system.
; 1131s t 70&DI'L( asscola. Ar. ZU50pm( ( 830'pm
I. ..
! Co the mule
,, 'u 15" 713 Bobemta IOn": GOO" poor
.,. ,; ." :122 0 04 716 .. Yolestra 11) 32"' <<101"I I r
Hazlnc trials have begun at Annapolisand
I ,- "' ,un Of 'lIS.' E.u"'bla LOLL 5112'
l r. .', ? 'un" 'In Mulat; tOu". 5t. .. the cadets have found It necessaryto Bladder Diseases
I.. '. '. 1339 '1I"! lIarp 1023 540 employ. counsel.. U r et
t> : '. ...U !' 11 OAIiuty 10:15: ..:.. 5.27 "
,'" .: 'USO" 739 'Ultltll 1U.10'k'( 520.' Before long It will b :' 131 a m .. 0011 1 Range a t,55" search for a' scandal-tit). dpartraent In
'o. I
I'w V. n .8 IS Uols.s 91.- .as"
.. the p-nsont administration.
& .t'' "
830 : lIIUUlfau 9.I': 41t1.
". .. ..
,: : : .
$33S3d: Creu.lew
>1 c.., .. .. 913"00 .. Senator Hanna can now go back to
;" 3011( 85t Doer Land 85/1/ r 3 a.
:', '"r,l 313'' 910 eo t jMosa7< Uead 84.u"( 3ltI., Washington and ,take up his ex-slave j -. -
! r" ,. 4 0:1": 9 3J .' De Fllllla1c Springs l8 t\: ;.. SU"i pension bill and ship subsidy. will of
.. .. .. Cure
\" Foleys Kidney positively cure case
i .'(. ", .: 4 t" 9 f. ArKlft 7.4t. t.S1".. will the any
" M. .; 4 to" 9 57 Ponce cle"r.eon :'7 %11" 213 The republicans soon explain ,
L. '. ". .. ... West.U\e\ business the result. of the
In" decline
500 11910 117'" as
/. _.c, -, .. l01 .- 1 U ., Bladder disease that is'not the
Ii .4 Oi .. $ Ctryv lie 'J Ii" ', fear of*democratic victory next fall. Kidney or beyond
53 i to 30( eo Honlfay d U" 1'27h !
e 01.' 104.. .. Cblpley )Y637o I04n'a Navy reports show'that, owing to the 4
a 630: V ; 1107"Cnttondale 8181... it 38 ',' reach of medicine. : No medicine do
'700 .. i1L !.S 0 Marisnaa 800\\.... 1.14 .. force of the recoil our big guns produce r' can more.
.:: '730" II 45 ,... Cypress 538.... 1l\45.\ m sort.of a boomerang effect upon. the .
t "r 740 t. Il18 ,,. Grand Ridge 533. .. rlt.L3.: .. ships. C
'lU .1'S03 $11"ad S"'''pIMI-
:.:. 815. .. j 1215 n'nr.. River Junction Lv. 510."' i 21).1D Republican feel that they are sore of If notice irregularities commence taking

.. .- --- the labor vote because the President you any ,

:Tree: Shpv4. fcr the 'W..... 1 dined House.John Mitchell at. the White Foley's Kidney Cure at once and' avoid a fatal malady..

The effect or wind trees Is'pow-
. upon I Iertnl. ,'1 he Canadians are not alarmed that
Even the presence: or absence of
former Captain Hartorls: grandson
P.ailis of forests may; be determined by the General GrsnL.would annex them by
fagui lg cha r. <-tt>r. of the prevailing. wind or the force or favor. A __bent Oared Altar Having Ghroa Up Bop. A Veteran of tile Olvll War Cured After Tan Tear

conulllona .bat'moolt It. The wind Foley &: Co.,.Chicago. of Suffering.CentlemeaI .
8'1111111111: drying ugent, giving a epeclal Senator Ilanna holds the record for was afflicted with Kidney and] R. A. Cray, J.P., of Oakville Ind., writes:-

.:.::' _325KeelcyS' _., aepptt: to many plants. When! It Is almost collecting' campaign contributions. so the Bladder troaibJc! for 'six years and bad tried numerous "Most of the time for tea years I was confined to my
CHICAGO h.... Oct, 2, 1002. always from the same quarter republicans. will need him to direct the
preparations without getting any relief and had given bed with some disease of the kidneys. It was so
'.'.ll suffered with falling and eon the. pnnts! sliow greater development next campaign. ap hope of ever being cured when FOLEY'S KIDNEY severe I could not move part of the time. I consulted

gwtion'of the wonwith" seven upon one! stile. Trees are smaller on President Roosevelt's Intimate friendship CURE was recommended to me. After using one tbe beat medical skill available but got no relief untilFOLEY'S
pains. through; the groin I ..ufI the Tilnilward edges of forests and and frequent conferences with Representative bottle I could feel the effect of It, and after taking KIDNEY CURE recommended
d terribly at Uic time of men- trunks and brnuches are bent to lee LI ttauer I lot not to the credit all fifty-cent bottes, I was cured of Kidney and. was to me."
truatum.. had Winding headaches I grateful to be able to say that it entirely cored me.
ward. Th<>tie formations are most mark
of blood to the braiD of the Chief Executive. Bladder trouble and have not felt so well for the past
binlJ ed near the! sea or In flat regIons. fh'
Mist and I It to FOLEY'S KIDNEY
to' I knew not for itsecnwd twenty year owe
try The Pope has declared that the t atltoIlcs Refuse Substitutes:
cherry luiu. walnut black poplar.
thai; I bad 'tried all and i CURE. Junes Smith. Bentons Ferry W. Va.
this be satisfied with
ash und rertalu; pines are very sensl- la. country munt
[tailed but I had never tried Wineof ,I '
Cardoi. that bl<*eacd remedy for the to the wind, but mountain pines one cardinal as ho does not Intend to apoolnt -

sick womeu. I found it pleasant : and certain tire offer great powers of another. American. Two Sizes 5O Cents and $1.00

to take: and soon knew that I had : resistance and these! are recommended At the national. capital. there Is, a free ;:

the right: taedxiin. New bloodtremea for reforeetiujr, wind swept lands. school for teaching the IrUh language, : to '

"oi.. and after to course OBtn r through eleven botUes m.vciDa I $lat9ry Made Platmble. anyone classes who are desires well attended.such Instruction.The SOLD AND REC08E1EKDED! BY

was a well woman. Joseph Salvador, the! Frencb Meta M. h.. !\IeO 1\> UY BRA Chlpley, Hi.i. I1". UU--CK, Vorooa, Fla.
"" rian. and' Jules Bandeau a novelist. The President succeeded In keeping\ -. ..-

,,"CU. i, G mad their meeting! at a public recep- back the Brlstow report on''' the !postal : r.-fcw promptly*w o x-lii (F, B. end kind gnex
tion the occasion fore dispute\ as to the frauds until after the elections, but the To li'lnd Oat Year Future Ilm>band. Do

Mrs. Bank is now in perfect respective places which they'occupied raters will remember It next fatl. I At bedtime, having tasted since noon .
two gll'who\ wish to obtuln a eight of ..
health because eha took Wine of la the world of letters If It took Mr. BrIstow 1.000,000 words huRluinOM boll an egg, YouTake ,
Cardui for net tmal disorder, "Thp. reading of history Is like a pill- to tell of the postal scandals. It will take I their future laid
Brut ever
must bo tin egg I
it needs tIle : routing to make It which ..
susii- whole to describe the land
bearing down pains and blinding palatable" argued the novelist. a library by the hen. In a pan lu which no egg I :sdadmodaiaLntuaw. plotocllmmtltm, :
headaches when all other remedies I' frauds In the Interior UAp .rtmen'- has ever been boiled before having free report nu rAtontatuJltv. for frv. took
"Ah. hot It b the Ingredient which wrlU
failed to bring her relief. Any I, cnrca. not too coating." remarked the Representative Llttauer and former boiled It until It Is luu-J. they cut It lu = ;r ? E-lV'xHJVDpposita ,.

sufferer may secure health by tat'ing : historian. First Assistant. Postmaster General Perry two with something that has never TIlE BANNER ?

-Wine of Cardoi in.her borne I .Then let rm divide- honors." said Bandenvu 8. Heath should congratulate each been uoed<< AS a knife before. Each girl

The first: bottle ,convinces the paUent I "for U<|" werenot for my sugar other on the statute of limitations. cats her half and the shell to the last' 1

.. w b on the road to health. coatJujjjoar,historical acts wonld, .dry Ambassador ChoatA forgot his position. fragment openklng no> word the while ,If not
'theu..still lu silence. they walk back;
on the shelves"The / the tariff U. S. Patent Office
totheextentoflnterfering/n' '
advice in requiring I ,iI / "to Bleep, porohauco to
For canes wart to bed !
directions address, ffivmg debate In England, and the English did Why not?' WASHINGTON D. C. I
special DutratlsI of a Dream. dream"-"EnRll h Folk tthymes.
LadieT AdvisoryDepartment. not hesitate to show their disapproval.
rymptoma'The" Th Chattanooga I ,One evening Victor lingo was dictating We will send THK BA.N3KU poet pal BO YEARS .
Charles about I
M. who talks .
Medicine Co., Chattanooga Tena.Fotey's letters to bin)l Cretar'7. Overcome Schwab, Preorbluir: : and t'ractiee.BpeiibinderYes to any address, for $1 per year; Oo. for sa-. EXPERIENCE .
by fittlgue. the great man dropped Intoa tbe exhorbltan demands of labor as my.frlends. ,.eternal 'I, months; \\1.)0, for three mouths
slumber. A few moments afterward cause of the. present set back In business, vigilance Is the price of liberty. Be on

:'llr E.fCAADUI' 1 be awoke, bnnnted by. a dream made eight to ten millions out of the. your guard. A word, to tho wise 1s sufficient. OrWe

-.: which as fie* thought, bad extendedover shipping deal I i

'. -- scverafbours,'and be blamed bis A watchman of Toledo, Ohio, ordered Voice (from the nuillfncet)-Then ;you Yrok will Tbrlco-a-Weuk send TUB BIHVKK: World:, one and yea theNeW :

Cure secretary tor-slttrngthere, waiting for Col. Bryan. off the steps of the Post Office must take us for got darn fools! You for 1.85. I
Kidney I, him Instead of wakening.htcU or else where he was making a speech; but the hare !been talking tar in hour and a I TRADE: MARKS

moires icldffjra and bUdder, rizht. going away. What was his surprise audience followed.him to the street curb half.-Kansas! City Journal OrWe ,I:w CopvatatrsLa.DESIGNS

when the bewildered secretary! told where the speech was finished. gonilln iketpll ane
I Annrs n
: derarlpMn.r.3yaalcklr : ::
him that be bad only just finished writ- lmltatl"n will send TDK VAMM-B and the luotirtnln oiir. opinion .
Alter the next Inauguration, Col. Boos had rather a Atlanta Weekly' Journal, oneyear for fLDO Invention. probably, jxitvn"iiM" '> 1Ciwi""um'"<'-
r. Ins the last sentence dictated to him. The hairdresser" lr!>ofin.l..ntULMflNOBOO. < on PateuUone
t '. veil might to France and lecture on locks of the frwj. ItWiMt aaenoy fur.MKTUMJIK pU.iiti..
go tbe
For nearly I hasty Job on Or 1'&...iit> talma Uirouiiti Munn Co. ra.atvegere
LEAK race suicide. Tbe death rate exceeds the I young' woman IIOtW> ". without the

, hail n century J DRAIN birthrate la France and suggestions on II "Vela." she mild, surveying the re- It you want all three papersTn Scientific jlincricnn.ft .

f All work Is norable.1t the worker Is. the subject would be pertinent.A suit In the mirror, "ibis Is a shampoo, RANMBU, The New York World, The At. hn<1nmar lll. irlri> ...I w....kly." Jjiriw-t. cir.enietinn .
1 honest all right. It there Is uny such thing as hint J"uroal-\Ve will make the extremely ut .nr ec1uUaa nnrnel.' n.rnu.eJ ee..r
university of Chicago. professor declares low price of only VUSft for the three '|>a- foci mnntha.6 eewadwlert

" y Some church members keep their hearts. that prayer meetings would be enlivened real poo.-JChlcngo .Tribune.-.....-- I"r. &Co.3B1Bi:=;'' New York

Seeds In cold storage. by college yells. As a statementof HOT About Howe' lepl.r.t Today Is tbe acceptable lime subscribe .........b Offlor<26 r 8t_WMblD-lau._.....:-
; fact this Is true, as a. suggestion: it Is '
iktwd--T tiuod nature I Is one of the best physicians lIe-it seems to m r that the practice ..

kia"alalea a ,.tale'= sold.., 1w now practicing.An characteristic come of the" source from whichIt of sending clothing to tbe heathen Is Indirect I: .THE BANNER.CM THE r1EC@iIOF; w opposition to Scriptural teaching.
a.ANNEk.JI..1:_" e. Itching nose usually accompanies a ler. Ffa.Foley's .
_.... au.".. now diamond ring Court-martial In the navy have grownat She-Why. bow can Jbat be? I I EJ!5Ev

.an alarming pace. Judge; Advocate He-It teach them to take thought
Those who /natty for money. always Izmir's report shows that there were 4505 ,- what they shall wear-Town and Honey and Tar

SALVE earn more than*. they get. summary courts marshal for the year Count..,. ___ ______ for children.satc.sure No oJIlItes.Tllrie. .
9 ending June 30 as ....IIII&J,5113 cases the '
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sound A rlklw .lIe.
t" world. Some Christians! prayers. exactly .
valve lathe ''
the moat hca'lna ,
e like sight draft looks. previous year. Old Employee-You know as well as a- Week) Edition, ." .. r"

Crown Prince Frederick Williams has I do that I bare been a* faithful. as OF TUB- "; .. 7 fJG
that Bind well Is the raniirowinglaraerereryda
The congregation
clockwork In employ.
earned the title of "rough rider" by riding your'
congregarlon that works well. UP the' steep steps of six terraces Old Employer (bitterly)-_* *. Just NFW YORK 'VOULD1 J. IOClt

j/h/ to write for car_t\deDtial letter before plylne You can't make a silk purse ou4 of a leading.: to the castle of San So-jcl The exactly as faithful as clockwork. Yon -AND TUBChiploy I :NAME should be ou the llbf.
struck time could and never
fr patent]U nuy b* worth mo-cy. row's ear, but you can make a purse. Prince was followed by an entire troop of every you Banner
w.framfQf obta D.fC and FonJpPATENTS the First Beglment .f ton. Guard. gave more than five minutes' warning. 6 l .F.P.cpncs .
The difference between some dogs and -Baltimore American. -FOll- I "": -

r r- some men greatly! In favor of the dogs The Ship! Building Trust may have I II i.i5; PER YEAR .It. ..
retarsN: $ OvaHasi Troubles,
teA TRADE MARKS 01' been an ample of 'blela' (Inane* bat r nira.Yes. rir<
T IRE>bo.....w.oer.t... m wnda... &nd IMMEDIATE soviet, ..etch Wise. he Was.' So'omon was not wise most people would call It a great swindle. ma'am.said the peddler "this rE.ULI PAMCEJ. railing of Ue Womb "

O'I'j FREE report p-U-f-Jbur. -We i gi... enough to take vantage of his. beat opportunlUes. -.. It might Dot be a bad plan for bere heir tonIc' will raise hair on a The Twice-a-week World has now become and all other disturbances to which
UM3 U-l _errii5r_ -drf*. aad oar the Thrloe-a-weelt: World being l issued ev' j females are acej ct, especially f those
!Schwab to take'a trip to Europe and walk billiard baU.
+ _
... ...__ cheats Try Monday Werlnewlay and Friday. obstinate uses which for have
the salvation of the statute of limitation "But It raise Lair on a ery
for will pump
Tbe moat ,liberal offer ever!\ made to the .
SWIFT & ,CO. We :unld'igive: irisch' for the good resisted all other treatment.
*. tier asked!' the lady of the house nubile. The Thrice c-week World Is larger
4 fataat'Lawy ...., accomplished br the minister whose sermons "WelL I slionlJ soy sor"Elf than any weekly or seml-woekl I newspaper -. AN OLD CHROMIC CASE.
D.C. please. evel ybody. The statement which shows published furnishing. eighteen pa :ea, For Jive y...rtl. snlfcml from! whites
;1 Opp. UJS.Patent OfOM.Wasbl-iitM, treasury take e bottle nniTget my husband I II ,nd wont" three physician fail-
conditions at this close of tbe first roarmonths to IL"-Judge. slcht column wide One week Sixty. In _fo rul homes so prim and clean thatwe try < hlpl KAHSIBB tor Itallar and .
::- -. -- Home are flftcaf I > y a. 'co lti. nn.nnaroved'd (
of the exhibits
year, a = I Tbe World combine felltherreshnesaandcrUpnevsoradiiny I cure.. I takeplell.ure
rt have r.ogodpr" deli- Inmates ever I tee cents a year. & antnow. Pmt't Iiy
crD FORRBSTER. :"" utriklna contrail to the statement of last I ..rYA.... wltb Intetxrxalas iu'llc' s.LLLlerlna13arbooureviiLWKy./
1 enjoy to6fm! lves. L *> There then' surplus of tha Instructive and II acid features of a .'OIU..u. :
'A Jii&tjef-of-ihe-Peace. year. .18.1 First Honaewlfe-Some days I undo '
La B. conveyance and all acknowledge The man who Is content with .letting' I f) ,O0IJaod<< now the snrplar about everything the servant does. weekly.Adi':rese for further Information' 'wrn.t.tbe.t.adi.d wealtrr. D..COGIST. J
":' menu specialty. Courts...Thnrsday af well enough alone either lacks ambition. eliminated. What will Secretary: Hb..1 Second Housewife-Gracious! How Tile(JUlf.>LIGY'BANNER. fo-.Ie.! i.a...r 1_uu...m...... SELL C.F.P. ,

ter month. {: orb should bejiratcbednii ; '". do next to help the banks? '-: J do you da re T-Detroit Free Press. S.Chtpley. Flag .
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We do not care what It Is yon want to: i !I'NS:.. ,I
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bny.vre can save you!: money on It. We
have the goods and they most be .sold- I '.Nttt.tLRMrF. .

g Magnificent Stock! Wells call Bros.We the. attention of oar leaden ,a rnon, Florida.

'; especially In the county,to the grand jot : and prompt attention /ifl'n/

presentment: read It and read It careful entrusted to my care "f 1 1I

(, Marvellous Values! ly; .It may save you some trouble. I'
When yon want feed stuffs-corn, oat, )
bran, chops cottonseed meal hulls etc. of. decree ef foracfciaura. baued out of '
Court of the Flrrt
o Judicial
Wells Bros. Is the place to It. W>> of .
get .... for Wa.blnufxi County dated
Men"s' Suite; Overcoats. Boys Suite. buy car load lots. : of fIopt............. W03 In a cause than i
I W. B. Gainer was complain I
Go to' J. R. McGeacby & Co.'. for :: :: : '
an Lesand Helm F. Lea were ro. I
$8.09. $7.50 $1.50 all-wool snit for this cold winter. They I I : ; win auction' tot cash to '
within ;
sell the famous MaySeld.suits' and bidder the kcal boars of sale 'i" \
r :t0.' to to paD"I I the 7th day of December. A. D. 1903, '
,I Hoses door'ta the town of Ver-. r J,
God Rives six days out bf seven to ;
pro .-Count,. rVrlda. ftr. .. followln <
$20.00 $10.00 $6.50 vide for this earthly life, and one da'/out +perty, situated. to Waahlnrton .,
I ta A lot"'I leaathnn two sans In I
1 + of seven to prepare for the future.!life I ) quarter of the North But: quart ,,11 ,(

Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothing in Town. Sorely one; day In seven Is Ilttleenouwh to ; .. twenty-fire.: In Township. three '01 '
.l fourteen west. cnuiinunclna' at a, jJ
give to It neyerendljr'ernlty.! (i hundred feet east and aeren hundred "''f-
I i I 11O ... theeouthweetcnrnerof the. above. "
: $ fl b Fleece Lined Underwear $1.50 Suit Values for flU.OO Having secured Mr. U. I* Norton, a I r ..-_, tbenoajiortb two tiundnyt: and ;" ,
.. graduate In Pbarmaceatlcal CbemNtrr I : .eat three hand red font, {nonce : ,

A from Vanderbilt University, to ..t.akoj, and and t-.tJ'-alxtr-eeven...tent feet to,point t"I" of I

/ The largest line of Pants ever shown; a fit guaranteed. charge. solicit of their your drag patronage business, assuring FarrlorBros I, ed Is Purchaser to par J.for R.deed.WBI.U. ""t I

.. yon prompt c3orteoueand emclen... A General Muter hi Ch...",,". !

i i ii Standard, Prints Still Sc yard. vlie. er'l CONTEST NOTICE ::;,
per I
i Lest you forget It. we will again men'I i Department of the Inters r.L "
tion the fact that there will be a county I' a to at Galneavilte.. 1"1....Oct. 7. 190.1 f "
'I content affidavit! having been filed' .
Our furnishing: Goods Department was never as complete as it fair held at Chipley next: fall. Particularly I to by.. Jno. H. Tbamea omtcatant. \'
: entry No.29388 made Dncember -
.. do we want the farmers to remember Section w.; Town-hip I N, Range ..' 1
is now, comprising ed values in this, 'us they are the ones who will : ... W. Wrlxht contentae. in "..
that aid Wright. hall never
make' the exhibits. I. : : .. said tract and that hie "A
Neckwear, Shirts Gloves, Belts, I waa not due to empi<>rmon\.- In ':':tI.4
F It Spend your cash at Wells Bros. ftnd geta ".. Navy In time of wart said parties S!
i chance at that handsome lamp.* Each bon itlecl to appear, respond and offer ;
: : .aald allegation. at 10 o'clock a. ,
dollar you trade with ns gets ticket.
1' Suspenders, Hats and Hosiery. MaYbe you will be the lucky one. Try It : .Vernon 30,1903 Fla., before. and the that Clerk flnul of boa Clr, /i jjl

at 10 o'dude: a. in on December. -
i r._. Mr. A. Q. Jones a prominent merchant i' : : the Register and Receiver at the S i

of Miller's. Ferry, come op Friday: afternoon Land Office .in GainaariUe Fla. *
having. In a pnpnr aJBda-
Campbell 6 Butler and spent the evening with his .3. 1903.sea forth fact which ::show" 'J
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1 ; _dUlsmcn peraraal .....iat of this .Iii
Fla. daughters, Misses Alice and meter who : be made. It is hereby ordered. and .
Chipley, I such notice be siren br dna and '
are attending school here;; his. many :: : 'I ..... t i

friend were see him. I : r W.G. Robmaon -*.

.. The tourist,the pleasure seeker and the eHt Uef"i. R."r.I Reiiater. r .
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Invalid from their frozen- homes In the PUBLICATION t''j
10 0 0 g'o.n: 8 .=: 8 : =:: Mr. Levi I Yates of Bush was In town I I I Go to J. R. McGeacby & Co.'s, the cash I Department ef the Interior t k
Church l lrectory.Vt. I I store, when you want to buy goods cheap North can find no better place to spend :: at Galnearllle.. Fla Nor. 1903. (r I. ,
Thursday business. ... ..
on .. .
i for cash. the winter than right here In Chipley. A ... given that tnofolknrlnr-oamed .t''
of notice of his Intention to make qt.! I
M. E. Church. South-Preaching every1st If shoes Is what von want go to Barfield Mr. A. O. Chandlee U. now shipping pure climate exhilarating breeze, lilifb ..""" support of his claim and that aid ,
and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 m. .
p. Bros. They can nave you money. .1 mad before Clerk Circuit Court: at I.,-
i O. N. Wlnslett, Pastor. good quantities of syrup to Northern and and dry and all other conditions perfect :: .on Dec. 13. 1W3. TUB Thomaa-. F. >;
Sabbath School 10( a. m R. 1. Miller Mr D. C. Ketchum. of Pensacola. came marke'te.WheD Orange BUI. F... Hd.39356 lor the i r
Superintendent.' Western We call! our jreaders* attention to the j neWof" ...". wM of..."'-. Sec. 301 ?
In Sunday to visit. blends H weat. .U
Prayer Meeting nights. ;
you want sweets Ret It from Mc- advertisement Harper A Coleman; on the followtna wHiMeaea to >rore hla S
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday You will find the finest line of station. Geachy's drug store. They sell only toe first page. If It Is a wagon, buggy or _apes and cultlvatlun said *;vl 1
nights. Everybody invited.. .
cordially ary In the city at McGeochy'a drug belt candy. H.Slay. K. D.Nelann G. R., liil-
store. hardware you want, it will be decidedlyto I ,allot i> Oranre B UI. Fla. '.7'1'"
Baptist'CbirchPreacblnlr every 2nd Who Is to be first to make : W.G. \
and 4th Sunday. 8. B. Rogers, pastor. The merchant who does not advertisesoon going us a your Interest to SAO them. They have pr" itoRe Wer. .p
Sabbath: School 3 p, m. J. D. EprresterSnperlnteneent. present of n Thanksgiving. / turkey? Don't the goods and can make the terms,satis V .' t
becomes a back number. FOR PUBLICATION.. I
speak at once. factory.We ..... ) .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Town I the N. [ Departmmit of the JDt< for cold weather that Is
Prepare r
Mr. Walter Williams a prominent call the attention ofthe town i at Gatneaville. Fla." N_.2 1W3.I r .
-ori : Z .g 8 : 8 ; g .z. : g : 8 ; g ; coming,by getting an overcoat from Wells conn' I l'I given that the followmaMiamed .... ; I
I Bros. young/ merchant of Gracevllle, was. a visitor all to the fact; Something should be : notlceof hslntentlnmt.make.wmr. "
here Tuesday. '. .... in support of hla dales and that ,;
f' Topics. Presiding Elder Bush preached at the done and done at one', to keep the streetsclean. ,'; be made befora Clerk Circuit. Court .'_.

lull lftfififR0lRiftflllull Method churcb here Sunday. SPECIAL BALE.-One piece of broadcloth .. The occasional work done bv themarshal ..: of' .Chipley-. on Dec., Fla 14> 1'I03..he Hd. :29411 Thomas for. tile ". ,
former prlcbtl.OO; for quick sale we with the street bands Is good so 28. Tp.3 N. R.14 west
Newsy' Paracratob. G.' Together I We make a specialty of stoves, sowing offer It at 75a Walls Bros. I I 1 tha toUowina' wltneeena to prove hla ,'s!;
For Huar JlemdeTMK .. machines and furniture.-Brooks & God far as It goes, but It does not 'go! fair upon and cultivation of said .'
win. Vernon You will please your husband or sweetheart enough. ., rAn 'i Enfinaeb W. B. Enflnaer- W.. ..l
8 ; 8 : 8 .. : 8 : 8 8 .1'1 ; 8 : g : If you will give bins a nice tie; you t. C.Tharp. all of Oranm Hill, Fla. ; l>
W. S. Davis, one of the railroad boys, can find all the latest" styles and colors at anniversary service will be held at L .. W.G.BnftilnwwL.. '9 F
K01D WE an Resleter.
LIVB IN. Farrior Bros
spent Sunday with friends here. the Baptist church Sunday commemorating '

To get-rlch-qolck with reckless* haitI, We have just received a lot of sample There Is a good opening here for a first the close of 4Ight of f 'I V.>"" '. :: : ::

We rlfllc our little store; pants which we are going to sell at a tremendous class cooper. lie could sell all the bar- faithful and zt'aloo'lenlce of, Rev. 8. U. ][ !

ToCet.wlse/ quick we! cram the young big bargain. BarHeld Bros rels he could make Rogers as pastor of the Chl )ei.Dapr.Ltbore" Ewit. "

With fifty kinds of' lore. Mr. W. H. MeFadden, of Donnellnon If yon don't wear good shoes It's yonr You are"cordially Inylted to attend Flooring,...

To get-atrong-qulrk! w'e strain and pulF', : Ia.. came In Thursday morning. own fault; Cook has them of all kinds It. ., : : Ceiling .--
and they are guaranteed, tuo. :; Sldlnqr.
And sawdust food
we pick Buy your winter dress goods from I.

Until It seem we moderns need Brooks fc Godwin, Vernon, so that you Our last circuit court was a "hummer"out TUB EDITOR HUH DEI'*. ,. and Dimension staff' farnlsbed Y
can get what you want. e : You ran build without
'scheme to .get-slow-quick. of 9 cases up to Tuesday noon, 10( Hero Is a heart-to-heart\ which5ecountry ship your lumbar from other

r EL A. McMillan.of Mlllvllle,spent Mon eon vlctlons was the result. editor, who evidently baa trou I It Is manufactured right here
Thanksgiving Is drawing near.: day In town the guest of relatives. nand tho money von upend. la
.- When you come to town be sure yon get blew of his own, recently gave to,,his delinquent here at home, which '
Read Campbell & JJiitler'f new adv. If you need a new hat go to Misses prices at J. R. McGeacby & Co.'s. the subscribers: ... I !i business of our city and to the 'N e t
cash store, before bll,. I ," t '
Richardson's. They have all styles and you j of our citizens. Bo: build ,
Get Flinch at McOeachfsdrug! store.; rlces. "Good morning. Have you paid your p"" bonN now and be up with the .'' e
Mr. McK. Campbell come In from. Ver- subscription this year? Peraapsyon owe V"" : of our elty's I progress. We "
Remember the BAHBK&: when you come Mr. J. T. Gtlmer returned Monday from non Saturday eve and spent Sunday and you the lumber at market
For last
to iown. year, or several years. Now, yiu: _
see ns.
1 : a short business trip to DeFnnlak. Monday with hi* family here. 1"
Quinine understand we don't need', money; we """ A NORTHWESTERN ..
store. BOc per ox. at MeGeachy's- drug You will, beyond a doubt find the best Winter has arrived, last and you can have millions. -to ge,. Butt I Iii; really an : A; SAWMILUCO. I
line of men's neckwear In West Florida, get all the hot drinks. you are looking for ..... ,
What has become of our Bonlfay correspondent at Farrlor Bros .tore. at McGeacby's drug store. Imposition to let people go on carrying 1cI!: / : I. R. Prlt bard. Man. j
our money when we ark strong and ,
? Mr. Shoemaker of the Central LumberCo. Miss Home
Mary of Chipley Is now -.5 5 .
healthy and so abundantly able l ,to tear e

McUrachv's drag store Is the place. to ., spent Wednesday In Pensacola.J. located In Wesfvlllu. teaching a clans In the burden ourselves.. For .hla.l'ea80n welLek syiF.II .tm ,' > jii -" -i* ...i"i- -' +

get your hot drinks. -. R. McGeacby A Co Is the cash store. moslc.-Westville Advertiser, anybody who has anylof"oWmoneyin DEKLJ& & CO. Bankers ,11

Wells Bros pay the top of the market If want goods cheap for cash-go'to We haves dozen pair of kid gloves his possession ta:>> leave Ife at the ofldcn, .
for cblchens and egg worth Bl.OO per' until sold they
or send It by poet, freight rain,
are to at 130.V ell. Bros. O-HIP6EY" FLR.
a Halt at the old 'price--'1 IVfor 200 lb .- Advartlalng is the food that nourishesthe or any other way just so. It 'sets here ". I'

.. Brooks Godwin. food that makes business !grow. Mrs. John Nelson had our thanks for a Sliver and gold are noavy;anil-it wouldbe This babk offers 'Its services for the transaction of all tranche*of legitimate .

Mrs. John Barfleld visited friend' "* at Mr. Drltt. of lIrltt. Co.. naval stores mess of the finest turnips we have seen a matter of life-long regretjl'f; anybody banking-on nay Collections of payment receive, at current prompt rate and of exchange.careful attention<
3Iarlanoa this wee manufacturers was In town Thursday. this year. They were appreciated. should get bowlegged carrying It about +.-!... We .wllel* year> .ev...-1 lsrt-. ..

See those nice pants at Uarfleld Bros. Yon will find all the books used In the I I Everybody who has used a package of for ns." -fc i"tr'l.'
good In quality sad low In }lrlce... pu ib schools of this county McGeacby Mother's Oats HUT they are the freshest "
drug store.Bend I I and best they have bad ID a long time.I .- .
You will find at Farrlor Bros the latest.. j I r'arrlor BroH.keep them. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Dsp ,,! 1
things In bats tor men. us the news of your locality. We .rtment of boa Interior. I t
7 ., I i Mr. Robert McGeachy left a few days
Land Offloe at GaliMarllla. Fla.NOT. a6.I9IU. I .
will take pleasureln Riving bllcatlon.i .
I J. II. Flemmlng,..of Drlfton Ga.,spent p ago for Alachna county, where h* will Notice la.harabr. elm that *heisllowingaamedsettle I >
h_old acted hla Intention ta make
Monday In
Chipley. i The. oil of Insincerity Is' more to be spend the winter with Allle MeC'olsky. aaal pond In aupport hia datm and that rid .r)
Have you bought that trunk? If yon dreaded than the vinegar of vituperation. Cook doesn't keep anything but the Verna. made. on Doe before J5.Clnrk-Clrcuit 1WX. TUB William Court at J.Varnum. ;

haven't, see S. A. Cook. very best groceries. Whatever vou need of Nolaa, Fla.. Hd.ZHOOVfor the a& dawida It To You.
SHAWLS? Why yesl we have them In this line YOU can find at. bill store. ES ola X. Suction 34, 'X >. LN..R. IS w. Up
The Mayneld clothing are guaranteed. and we are offering them at sacrifice Ha names the Mtoirlnir wttneem'ja' to prove hbxmtinuoua :4'
Sold by J. B. McUeacby A Co. prices, too. Wells Bros. Mrs. F. C. Wilson left Wednesday via rauidance;upon ana cultfration: of said :
anil via James M. Brown. B. ?Varnum. WIt ., >v
A. D. Campbell made a business trip to Doctors i iised to bleed their patients lathe Marlanna,for Greenwood to visit friends. lia. '. aylor. H. V. Tharp.allot Nolvn Fla. '

Cottondale, Monday. .LIf arm; now they cut Into the pocket The doctor accompanied berth Ma ianna. Ed. tea paM. ,f.GRobi, is vo'i; plain .\;' ,
l For all we can do tot tell figures 1
you want medicine I of any kind get book. We have a few pair or Clover brand NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department i ...'
"It at MeGeachy's drugstore. Misses Ibo<'In offer*, cost. Be sure you try a of the Interior. I tbat"iFa ,; ., '
Just received at Richardson's a pal:,.''J, R. McGe.chy fc Co..Stat.e' Land Office Gai'MTUlo..*,..?]Vov.16.1903., f and words .
Come nee that handsome lamp we are lot of ladles' and children's Jacket-, Notice la.barebr siren thai th. .ollowlnnam '
going to Rive away. Wells Bros. .?. cloak., gloves, colored underskirts hosiery attorney Kehoe. complimentsthe _tier haa filed notice of kiM Intention -to make . '
onion suits ready made skirts etc. anal proof In aappnrtof hla olaim.andthat aaid rior'r
Mr. J. D. Campbell spent Snndfty with recent grand Jury, he says their presentment rrot*will be made before Clerk Clrcnnf' Court at }- I
Hon. tt. L, Scarlett and daughter of and report la the best he ever V_ Pla* on Dec.36 191U..1e John W. Taylor .
friends at DeFnnlak. of Wa.._... FIa_ Hd.3Z757 for the aX ol BeXlael4 "
Oraoge Hill came In Tuesday and spent saw of old.,Section. 6. Tp. f N-''R. 13 w.H X
The hunting season Is on and we have the day v i iDon't "namea the loUowiac wltaaaaea. to prove his should trade m) .'
Is the : at.
place :
the gnus.-lirook* & Godwin. V''rnon. It Is to your Interest to see Wells Bros. natlnuotia residence npnu. ana ce iv.tkm of aaidand. you "
forget that. Farrlor Bros, have on If you have anything to sell as well a* U Tfatx J.Dallaa Finch. A-'C.,._Pitta. Thomas :
We have got nice pants from Jl.OOnp Barfleld L.Tartar all>t a. Fla tIts -
; hand now the roost complete line of Is If you want to buy any thing. W. G.RoMnaon. BECAUSE : \ .
call and see our line. Bardeld llr .. Xmas goofs. ever brought .to Chipley.Ak Ed.tea paid. ': KedMer. ; ; ; I

Mr. John Alford.of(nolmosconiity' ,,wasa Cbubb Williams and Ed. >Mlncheo Rev. O. :N. Wlnslett and wlfn went to NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department t. ; i

visitor here Tuesday.Don't ,. (| how much sugar cane McCnJloogbf raised Cottondale Wednesday, where Mr.\. Wlns tha Interior. I at tbeir store you can' always get the best
I lett was to officiate at that Land Offloe at GahkearilM! ; 1"1.. N_.16.1W3. f
forget that 25c gets Id bars nice to the l acre? marriage Notice hereby given. that the." followinaaaaMdaattler goods, ""+
t illet soap at Farrlor Bros. .t I ,Ten Ing. haa Bled notkje his Intention ta make .
',. White silk embroidered baby caps. ZSej final anppnrt of .hlirdalifl mid that said .J
t, When you are rick, you need medicine. colored silk ., ladles' hair retainer For Women >roof will be made before Clerk Circuit. Court at .A.t TLe CJ.eape ]Prise. ,
men only. must not read
Hattla'a. Vernon. Fla-, Den 36. 1.DJ..III Bunion ,
Get It at McGeachy's drug ,so''',. combs. 25c, at Miss on : Car ., ,
Farrlor Bros have got It at last. Every. at MU..lI'eI'ry. FlaHJi Vri* for too wS ol -
D. G.Nixon of Nixon was. one of the Mr. Jeff' D. McMillan has been com* 'I I thing In men's shoe as well as the best skit old of std. ,. Sectk>. 3k, nn the illnniaaa te
line of tad lea'.shoe* In town niiiine liiltiinlnn+| pruVn hefoootlnonua .
T IB!tors here Thursday. missioned postmaster at Atlle Fla. Hoe t h rmldntoe up
,. ,.. Toilet articles and perfumery Is one of rab for Jeff.When '. 4 Mr. G. A.. Prltebard. of Alma, Neb.son Mitchell.Jmhna and.'run: Franklin Drake.TiuU aB. Carl of Miller Ruaa.. Alrrad Ferrr' ,And the best of it all. yon get 'your" \,money'sworth >>

+, the specialties at McQeacby's iieuaore.. It comes to hat, yon can get any I of; r Mr. M. R, Pritchard, of this place, arrived Ha.Ed.: fee paid W.G.Roblnaon RadatOT.NOTICE or ,

When Incomes clothing, we anssell r kind you want from S.. A. Cook. a few days ago and will make Chip- h ,

'It cheaper than any body.-Wei} Hroa. i ley his home. FOR. PUBLICATION.Department Y
. } Mr. W. I\. Daniel, the genial' representative I of ha 1907.-' YOURMON' Bf\CK\ :
There ire. who ;rather L.ed 011I"/ ae 0.1_".... Fla- Nov. tt
would be
; of the Star brand shoes, was la thie i i| A Thaoksgivlpitienld will' be held at Notice h.-nby airen thAt thefolamed
In style than out or del t.. 'i'-'\. aettter.has Bled notk.of his intention to make tbat -a
Wednesday. Don't its
.>ty |(I the Methodist' chorea on Thanksgiving Anal proof m an!port of his. that said forget now at' t tFARRIR

'rt On at once to-Farrlor BroaL''sCans, 't.bey I,| Day.the :36th! Instant.Everybody Is,Invited pod will be made bafonvClnrk: Circuit Court at
hare something that will Interest o Spend your each at Wells Bra; VIInIOft PI..on Dec ". I9OX Tin. John MeOuaea .
.y< <- you will be the lucky one to get that to attend. -f Sexton. FI a. Hd.31in for tha oM olne BRO

Mr. A. Sosaoms, of Boa I far*was one of handsome lamp we are to Rive away. J Ha' .Section names the XTp.JH.toUowinawHneaaoa R3w.. to prove .hb. $..

. tb. visitor here What has becoma of the street ,lamps, _tID_.residence upon and cultlration at said! ,
" r". Monday. t... The thermometer this. morning registered especially those big swinging .lamps? land rfatt John A. IIcWnaa-av. t. K. Finch.J.' r>
Krana: of ,- Fla.W. JM.Hatchlann. ,ol r
Come I In itnd .MM* that handsome lamp degrees) .a DO vev which Is unnsn- Can't we have no light on the streets*especially ;mo Fla. .- .'

we atl rOID, to gj8 l'ar.-W4l1l., | Bros. ally cold weather fur November. of dark' nights' ? I _.. tea paid. R Go JbttI Regtotar._. 1"1 '.


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