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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
November 26, 1903


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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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--i Volt XI.. Chipley, Washington Co., Florida, Thursday, November 26th 1903. N\lmber'23.-

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CALL1t.W'AY 8co. War To Whom.Pald. AmountOctober
1. By net cash on hand. ? .... ........ ............ $3,694 t 62
f.. I130\ 1.0 fIn Clara Prow,;teacbing at Tompklnll..... MOO
,u .60 131 :Miss 1IlInle Yelverton teaching at Union.. )000:
.. 60 132 T. J K4Y.! teaching U Ple..llant prove....... 211 00 US t !.
SHOES. 113,1, A. A. An teaching Poplar head....... 25 00
".. a. 1M Mn. :MllbraBrock, teaclllog at Vernon .... ., MOO
a. 13. MIIIII Uertrude Dayton teaching Parker... 27 110 '
I136\ ." J. W. Jowen. teaching; at New Oranre....... ao 00 ,
$ : ," I137\ 1111111 Laura Ruse. teacblnr at Nixon. ....... 30 00 .
YOLi Wout ." I138 Miss! Jane ilolmes teaching at Piney ))1111.... 2500.e ..
.. 60 13IJ ." t-t.o. Hurlll t.aching at ISo. JJonlta .... 27 110 Received r3 -
4' 1/0U'See rs a. '140 "D. L. 1IlcMIl!au. teaching at Perch bond..... 211 00
If hat you ought to do, unless I141\ T.It.'Mlcbener.: teaeltlulr at West Bay ....... 2. 00 I
I143 .r 1II1s Esther Miller\ teaching at liahoma...,.,.' 82110
BEFORE BUYINQJV1at ) ', 1143 I. T. H. D.Galner, ttoaeblng 8.t.. Econ8na........ 27110 .
.". a. 144 ." Mills-Ada Robtnson teaching ut'1lller ...._.. 25 00 Solid
G.)4i" Miss Nettle Buchanan teaching 8.t. YaLP.II....'. 2A 00
you need. : a. I-ICS Ills.Marie Parramure teaching at Bear Cr'k 23 00
I147 Irl. AddleJaek. teaching at t..lIlary'!'.. 4000 .Cars of
; 1.rc UJ 1\.fIt I. I. A. White. teaching at ylvllnla ............ 27 110 I
C/) 15. HIJ LllllrRuRI.: teaching a' New Era ............_ 25 00
NOT ONLY .". 15. lio( Q. 1<'. Lonl(. tfl&cblnlfatlhlpIAy.: ,.,...,.. 4500
1151 ."C. U. Whlte"teaehlng 1Lt. Jlrlnk UIl1.;......., 27110.
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a. 1113 l., L. Pratt salary 8.11 county superIDtt'ndnnt. Ito\ 00
; ,' :r." you need; but wlzat you want :: I1M ,:: J. T. Carter. per .m.. mlleage. .. .,...b... .240 WAGONS and BUGGIES!
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0 60 134 G. H. Bush .80
0 15. 1.5 H. J. Gainer. 20
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5..1116' :" 1Y II. !Jowell, comb aa county treasurer,.,.,,, 16 355
: 1 1CJ I157\ R. C. !Iinrne material for 4Jrant. 8ehool..... 10( 70(
Ii ) ;( ." 60 11\8\ U.: M. Williams, material for Vernon school. 1370 Must
1.. 1othing.Trunks .....
1\)119" Chipley Banner! printing August report 2 00
I160 "Grsdingcom.Beptemberexam.:: ............... 2945
:: y I1111\ J1'. Carter: assistant examlDer'..........,... 840 cBs Soldi-!* '
'H au;, .. 15. Ilia ". .1. W. AnAle. teachlog at Caryvllle .......... 27110 I
o '<- 0 ." 5. 163 "J. U. I1pnderson A; Co.. lumber for Yate.6"9
''. I ) iJ, 15. 164 'W. ,J. Parish incidentals. for yatml.! .......... 15 6\:
;:, 'I ",; J b. J63 ," I. L. Pratt. pOlltalfe and office eltpensfI....... 15 e0a' Our Prices are Right!
I166\ II 111'1I. Millie Miller, teachlnll at Soutbslde30 00b ,
,Dress Goods :''''' '' .' By amount.of J. Thompson pollslJ2.! ...;.,.. :2900'a '
{: : : '. '5., .. ," .. A. V. Qroom. redemption .......... 27,85,

fJ .- ': 81. To net cash on hand....... ................!.!....-.7tO! IJ} -- f We also have on hand I

t G-roceries. ; Totals... ................ ... ...................$5,65147 1r..6II1.7

.,; t We certify: that the foregoing statement la true and correct In every particular. the VERY BEST STOVE

Xttestt L. L PRATT County Hupt. G B. BUSH, Chairman. i
'.S30as' \ .. I on the market at prices

The Demand for Teacher The Last Word on Farming.The .

Never before has there beAn In this farmer of today Is essentially different that will please. And

country such a demand for school teachers from his predecessor of forty or

CALLA w:1t.Y: ,;;. co. ac at present. Especlallyls this the even, twenty years ago. Even within: the we keep at all times avery

NrJ case In the Southern States. The demandIs past half decade conditions have bhanged I

= a very encouraging one to friends of In the agricultural world and the success- complete line of

education It demonstrates that chili fat those who this fact
'oI&. .,u.t IM the Alr.The THE .SHIP'S PURSER. ah men are recognize
air of cltlea Is Impregnated with dren are going to school and that the and adapt themselves to the new order of '

dust and filth. To combat their deleterious Some of .lt.-Tb.... That Btalce DULlf yalue of learning Is more appreciated thing.' HARDWARE.

_&.I ',, effects: the streets ehoukl be nt Tln>..
P' freely'ventilated and 'watered. Wind 'The lot of the purser la anything buta Southern:! States In which the demand tor brains have supplanted sheer muscle.

end rain'are the great destroyers of happy ones From his title one would teachers greeter than the supply, and The farmer the nineteenth centurywas .. COME SEE us!
4 dust. From the fields the' wind lifts think that be bad only to look after the
such has never' before beau the case. The In essence the same as the peasant of
the debris of vegetation pollen seeds finance of the 'vessel,but !In reality bill
!Metropolis takes this as a.notbea.lndlcllo.: the sixteenth or the yeoman of the seventeenth. -
spores of. fnngTand! bacteria: the dust offlcc. so. conveniently and picturesquely : I
r of the soil-elllca,,silicate of alunila' I situated at the top of tbe grand stair* tion of prosperity, as better times. always' ."- Ills chief dependence. was bill Harper&> Coleman. :

lam; carbonate and phosphate of lime rose Is really as busy a bureau as any makes better conditions among the peo own horny hands. lie tolled steadily\
and peroxide of'Iron. In nud proceeding In Capel! court or Wall street, It Is no pie. Few white children)In this State are from early morn until sunset year after OI-IIPLEY I

;' from volcanic\ regions flue particles: doubt legitimate enough to expect// the oat of school this. term' and the desire to. year; contented with meager reward and : F A.

of carbon and dried mod are takeu 'up purser to. be quite) an fait with the learn Is said to be more encouraging than scarcely awake 'to the great, rushing ft] I I

thousands monetary matters, to explain to' the ever before. If a'child' white or black world which throbbed In the cities and L

Britisher the difference between dol- does not procure an education In Floridat pulsed vigorously along the highways.For A/\SSS ssp1 M M sail M SSZ s) !
clues and towns the finely ground dust lar and a crown or to the American ,
| Is cither the fault of the child or Its parents him was only the narrow horizon of
c of the pavements, fragments of straw that the greenback: Is treated with I
and contumely In Europe but a. the schools'ire open to all and I the field and the microcosm_ the\ vlllauo.Ha tlvate 200 acres with the same profit an fun ahead. In tho meantime Senator '
hair, stable manure;debris of lancets, scorn I
soot cpitbclia from floor sweepings or our American/ friends are "par excellence without expense to'parettu' beyond the was the prey of ironey lenders' the acre that would be received from two I Tallaferro Ix at Wa.blngtoalooklDIt after

shaken from rags carpets and bedding the Interrogators of 'the world general revenue. It matters not 'liow' driven serf of the. factor and market acres. Theoretically there IM no reason the Interests of his people and his State. -

together with gases and other volatile and to them the purser. Is limply a poor a childor Its. parents may be, It has .manipulator. why It cannot' be done and the farmers When he returns to go before the people' l

emanations from factories rendering: walking encyclopedia. all the right to acquire an education In These day. are past. The spike tooth who are conducting extensive farming you will find him with no pepper box or

y, establishments, abattoirs tanyards and He -expected to tell them all about Florida that,any other child has. There has been replaced bY.the Improved barrow operations In an Intensive manner have : the'! hot stuff but In a manly and dignified I

compost heaps of all sorts, though not tho ship-that's right enough-but they Is no bar whatever to .education and It and ther soil, drained of Its natural as stood business as exists today." manner will present his claims to the I 3

of the air, are In It,, hi so much as to want to know all about the passengersas Dhoti Id be eagerly sought br all children. fertility produces yield more bounto- These figures are very Intuest.lnllr. t especially I I Democratic voters of the State:! Tor- re- J .
be In some-degree almost everywhere well who they are; where they have
The, teachers are the best qualified to be one than before after treatment with In reference to the size ot the eleetlon.-Voll1l1l11o County Record. j
from and where
present.-Sanitarian. come they are going .
I how much U cy,are worth and any little had t. houses comfortable and all conveniences modern fertilizers.. farms. If It be true that. a small farm can i
A Conor Scot.' titbit of news. about their social life. possible are afforded children to be The twentieth contury (urmerla'a business be run with more proportionate profit -ANCIENT. *

A canny Scot lived la a small settler He is also asked about every betel beginning In school. man and a scientist.. He knows howto than largo one then does not farming' They Were Hade br'th Greek .. .

ment some miles from the neighboring : at Liverpool and ending at The demand for teachers unprecedented make things grow,an J why they grow, furnish one of the few exceptions to the Par Back .. A. D. 1OO.

a : town. The distance however. could Home, the bast shops whereat to purchase all over the country and may we and he knows how to produce and market rule that Industries tend to concentrateand According to Tbcon. the commentator "

be considerably-l lessened by 'cutting different- articles, who will give not cherish the hope that the children i them at the least coat and to figure out merge Into largo concerns? The on Ptolemy, almanacs, as we understand

through n large estate. This practice the best discount for cash where thequestioner' may grow to maturity wiser and better what percentage of profit there Is la every farmer need have little fear for some tho word, were constructed from J-' '
n-ns accordingly, so much resorted "to wife can best be rigged UQ about the year 100 A. D. by the Greeksof
than the adolt The I of his establishment. out"
present generation. department time to come, of being "squeezed bya 1'
't that the owner, ,gave\ peremptory orders In European fashion and the most like- Alexandria but the dates of festivals .
more education the better Is the hope fir ."Statistics show decreased farm trust. .. ;
may a acreage
for all trespassers to be turned around ly resort at which his daughter might and other events of national Interest .
M and sent back the way they came. run across 110m. Impecunious scion of I thentnro; ; and. It Is a most gratifying of cultivated land." says a leading: Taken by and large farming Is an excellent had been exposed on marble tablets i

One time bowe'\"er. the Scot In question British nobility.-Harry Farness In sign to be calling for assistants In educational farm journal, "but no decrease la volume business for the right man; and In Rome 200 years B. C. Lalandc. -: ..

., having occasion to take some art!-. Strand. .- work to meet the, pressing} demands of production which Indicates that Intensive not the worst business for the wrong nn authority on the subject states that .

cles to town In a ,wheelbarrow, decided for learning the' young how to shoot.Metropolis. .- farming la taKlng; the place of the. man. tbe earliest almanac of which the autJor' .
t to ran the risk and was about bait Poeltlon.of Wood and It. Dnrabtlltyv: general farming and that In but few sections name Is preserved was that of ", I
way through when he saw the owner -The problem has troubled many why Solomon Jarchua who lived In the middle I
of the country-Is extensive farming Florida Gets Reeogn:)n.
In the distance.* Not: relishing, the Idea two pieces oi?:wood sawed from tho ,
section"of 'When It Co.t. Too Much becoming more extensive. There la more A dispatch. from Washington under of the twelfth century.A
same tree should"possessTory '
of retracing: his steps, be bethought m English calendar or almanac -
Newspaper' advertising costs 'you toomuch profit In growing 500 bushels of date of November 21 It has been primitive
Llmselt of a scheme, and,j>romptjy varied characteristics when used << potatoeson says: was called the "prime-staff," .
turning the wbeelbarrow to face the I In different positions. For example when you try It today and stop It two acres of land than on five and decided that Senator Tallaferro( of Flori ,"rein-stock" or "clog almanac.. It was "... ,

direction from which lie came, he sat gate post wlq be found to decay much tomorrow: Ho would clerk cost you too more proflt In milking 100 gallons of milk da. Is to be one of the members of the In- made of wood bone or horn, about :'..

down upon it as If resting. i faster If'' the butt end of the tree Is much if you hired them for a day now from 40 cows than from 79.: There are ter-oceantecanal committee which Is of eight inches long like a square ruler. ,

Boon the owner came up and, seeing uppermost than would be the case If and then. Same with delivery wagons.Thu farmer who have the capital and executive special Importance. In his state,where the 1 J On tbls the days were marked by a.

i him there roughly ordered, him to turn- the top wes placed lit this position. wheels of your business must never ability to conduct extensive farming canal project Is a vital Issue. This will series of notches every seventh beingof :
around and go back. The reason Is that the moisture of the stop and the whole machinery nut of .
size. The festivals were Indicated
in an Intensive manner; but It requires be the most Important committee. during | larger
-of unless the adVf'rt.I.lnltwheeI18 I
As "back" was In thlJ Case Lie objective atmosphere trill permeate the pores gear big 'were the .
point the Scot obeyed and went the wood much more rapidly the way always" t.urnlnllf.-Tampa.Tribune. great ability and no small capital to cut- the next ten years. Senator Tallaferro by.symbols, as golden.
number and the cycle of the moo '
the tree than It would If In the wilt also be Dlaced'nDon the Interstate' 0-
>>n ala way rejoicing. grew .
--. -- - - -- - - -- Specimens of this "clog almanac" may
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apposite ( Q'JQooQQ'F.NHoliey&Co." commerce committee retaining >Of tore
be at the British museum and In
P-R. B E) Microscopical examination proves'that Important committee assignment le bad museums or libraries at Oxford Cambridge .
the pores Invite the ascent of moisture, I
In the last Congress. I and Manchester. Some of larger !
: while they repel It. descent. Take the I ,
: A TRIP TO EUROPE- size were hung "at one end of the man.
; familiar case of a wooden bucket. .
the 1 Fur Will Fly. I three of their chimneys" for general ,
Many bare noticed that some Of
At Tampa. meeting recently. John N. use. and smaller ones were carried In '
1:4A7P: a
the staves appear to be entirely saturated Wholesale and Retail Liquor Merchant ;
i while others are apparently U. Stockton and Governorjenntngsheretofore the pocket or on the walking; ntlcli: t

quite dry; This Arises from the same. QUINGY, FLORIDA. polotlug their guns at the Pearson's Weekly- ,, '

cause-the dry staves are In the position less record uf James P. mlltcb.1 ..- '

in which the,tree .grew, while the Paul Jones, Pure Rye, delivered at.$3.75 for 4 full had a hot old time, and some pretty severe

saturated ones are reversed. quarts,'of jug1,.in plain box. language was used by both attack.

10 years old. Best Rye $4.20 for-4 full quarts or InK the records of each.. ; Jennings said :t.
FREEl A n........eia_ 'Funny "*_101.. jug, delivered in plain box. fr0Iid
!:Stockton had never done anything for the
., ? residents Fanny Kemble of Germantown Is remembered and Philadelphia by.old 7 years old o Rye, delivered at$3.20 for 4 full quarts people of Florida, and he voted, while a ....

Zf yea would Ilks:to take as a superb horsewoman. She bad or plain box. member) of the legislature' \, to repeal ,the I
A trip to Europe, the 1 fiery temper which matched that of L We also'carryin stocka full line of all kinds of bill Imposing a license"of the. Southern: .

World's Fair Saratoga. her husband/ Pierce Butler and speedily Ioods.from $1.50 per'gallon and up. We guaran- Express Company for doing buslnesiln ,-" -.
O New York Cltr or ..uhe. noted tee satisfaction or money back. Send us or.. '
O [ brought about one of the most your this State. Stockton:! was on his feet In a
f, 0 THIS without fcavlnr put Jlvorce trials reported In the law books der this morning' and'get goods tonight. moment. and went for' Jennings some

f, up writ any the of your Jacksonville own money Metropolis I. In her youth she was remarkably beautiful . . .. .. . . very caustic remarks and declared then t .
In tlle'role of Juliet she was "
0 I' 0 for particular the personification of dazzling! loveliness. and there that he proposed to show the alur' uuupq q lupllllpullll11111 I j

Q : She was noted fbr her keenness governor and his record up In every ham. ,, r-
Qw if wit even In tile days of her old age. let la this State and will keep the flght' ; ..
once when an* Impertinent street lounger DEKLE & CO., Bankers op until election day. The 'Incident will ', I'' .

stepped up to her while she-was give Mr. Stockton an opportunity to dig 'b")

:.ooklng! In the window. of a bric-a-brac'! GHIPLEY. FLf\.. at someone else besides (Senator Talla- 60 different in each games: -all new oft
-one package
w METROPOLIS itore and old "Areyou fond of an-
TME ferro. Stockton and Jcnrilngs are now
Tbls bank offer Its services for tbe transaction of all branches legitimate .
Uquitlesr Mrs. Kemble quickly un- banking. .Collections receive prompt aad careful attention and all remittedfor bitter enemies, and It Is war to the knife I :
', CARTER 2c RSJS5eLL ?Inned her veil and, turning en the on day o.payment. at current rate of exchange.o..pss3we between. them and fun fo.the people but Lion Coffee f'
her aged face (she was then MTratytbree solicit b..lue.a s
nan your "': "" --h
PUBL.ISHINGCO.. = Stockton can very easily do up CousinWilliam i ."f ,
), asked, "Are you r your
and there lots of
la a debate in
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i 1 1i 1A OW ':;9M. ') IlOOSBVBLT'1i POLICY.', OLITICAI."AGAOITV.. .. . p I
THE BANNER When. General Fitzhugh Lee !. '. President Roosevelt is trying :Once upon a time-some timein "

TPBUSHEP EYKHY THURSDAY, went home after the war withSpain I hard to induce the members of the uture-r-tbere was a young I Correct Foot Wear. i

and the evacuation of Havana his own party to indorse his policy '- ruler who was ambitious to be-,

l' amUCall'TlOlC M IJl J.PTA3KOIMTEnED raa.xxuiR.( 1B..A.UId.'II he, made calls on all his toward the revolution in Pan- come the greatest ruler in the ,

: neighbor as a matter of course ama. By hit hasty recognition world, so he went to the Wise > ; ,j

( : All TBa POST orflCX AT.CHIfLKT and was'received with marked of the independence of Panama Woman whose glance reached *

Ft.. At HKCOMD, cUBa MAIIMaTTKK coldness by an old chap who bad and by preventing the Colombian beyond the edge of the desert, : ,
---- served 'under him during the government from adopting the where she lived into the yer\; .. :

W. W. IQNES, EdI or.. __ ._ civil war. Lee tried his best to usba1'metbod of suppressing the midst of his realm. The young ,
-ADVERTIRIMO'KATie I>:X APrLICATII'll warm tbeold friend and neighbor, rebellion,the president has shown ruler told her of bisambition and II I ,

up and finally felt impelled to in- a reckless disregard for the asked her how to reach its end. 'I i' t. 1FUIt. F1.,November 28''', 1M>3. '
-- -. quire what the matter was. rights of the South American "Close your eyes and listen,"

; The fate of the G. O. P. may "General I allow as bow we've countries which; isquite opposedto she said. And after a momen

yet be settled by tbe;scandals, in always been friends?" asked the the spirit and long established she asked what he heard. .

the P. O. D.Revolutionists. veteran in return. policy of our government. Not "I hear a great murmur," be I -

"Y-e-s, we have," replied Lee;; cpntent with this be has given said, "and a crying of many 1'WJJS' T ..a..DTJ: > "'III1V'01VJJED.T::

on the Isthmus : "and there's nothing in the world out for publication a statementon children." I It is surprising,'tioio quickly an uninviting ., .

4 is synonimouswithgrafter in the I would not do for you..* the canal negotiations origi- "Have you ever heard that before Shoe will blast a favorable '

United States. "WelK'; there's just one thingI lnally written for his annual mes. ?" asked the Wise Woman '
So it isn't safe to -
allow you can do for me, and sage to Congress, which has not< when she had led him to her tent

;Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma that is to Bend me word half ,an yet been sent to that body. In and bade him look across the 1 chances. Irs far letter to select a

are going make another hour afore you're ready to die, so the statement,which was written sun-colored sand to ,the cities hebad I Shoe that precludes such a result, one t.v

fight to join.the. Union.. that I may make haste to shuffleoff before the revolution in Panama 'left. that is noble and artistic in its conception '. '' .I' '

Recipe for making a new gov- ahead of you." broke out, be offers a gratuitous "I,have never heard the children graceful in its outlines,easy

ernment: Several gunboats with "Why," asked Lee, his amaze- insult to the national honor of or the murmur," he ans- on the foot and so made as to render .

plenty of marines"and unlimited ment increasing, "what under Colombia,'Nicaragua aDd all other wered. "I have heard the noiseof maximum: service. You secure all : .

audacity. heaven is your reason for want- Latin American republics. Referring tbe forge and of the flying these attributes in the ..

. ing to die before me?" I I to the failure of the negotiations wheels, tbe clamor of commerce Star Brand Shoes '

Great fortunes will be made on ''I!m mighty{ anxious" was the tbe president declared and sounds of war but never ,

the Isthmus of Panama, if we dig i reply, "to hear ,what in tbe b-! that according high authorities this strange noise." And then 5 Sold BytT. _

that canal, by the sale of fever General Ju-bal Ear-ly says when I Ion: international law, the treaty he wept. .

medicines. he sees you a-comin'in the golden I; of'1846 gave us tbe right to build The Wise Woman smiled and L. 'Wells S. Bro. '
gate in a' blue' uniform!"-Philadelphia : the canal without Colombia's spoke quietly: "It has touched

Those. weather: prophets who Times. II sent. He advised that after,we your heart," she said. "And .. . <* :
predicted a mild and open winter better ..
decided which route was the now I can tell you how to reach

should certainly be open to con- Intoxicants'. no longer be : we should not permit those the end of your ambition. The

viction by now.AIHIXAWAt. bou :'ht'in tbe capitol, at Washington : whom the fortunes of possession noise you hear is"the murmuringof First National Bank, \
BlCTCLld ,, but they can be bad for i have put in temporary control of discontent and unhappiness.: .

Terminated with an ugly out on tbe leg nothing many of committee the land to prevent the completion among your people?it comes from Of"l\Ia.rianna. ITla. a '

of J. B. Orner a stubborn Franklin ulcer Grove unyielding III. to It(too developed i rooms if the seeker. has the pass I, of the canal and tbat if they their hearts and not from their Condensed i tltateoMnt Clo.of Bt .ln...,Bept..tb,OOJ. ,, }

tan Bnckleii's and remedie Arnica fcalvt for four cured.,*juat Then'..* I word.. I did not come to straight forward lips. It is only out here on tbe RESOURCES.. LIABILITIES. ,:; ,
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for Burns tlcaldaSkin Eruptions and Bills Receivable and Bonds..1131,159 24 Capital Stock .
rood: If his opponents can prove one- agreement with us, we Desert of Loneliness that one can .. ...............
I lies. 2Co\ at S. E. McUeacby! & Co. drug U, S. Bonds and Premiums.... 13,500.00 Surplus Fund... 2500.00
tore. balf they charge'him with, Smoot should, take the matter into our hear it."The. I I Furniture and:Fixtures........ '224.38 Undivided ProBts.........,.?. 1JS7J23

will]] be kicked out of the Senatein own hands. In the first place,as people are dumb; their Cash and Due from Bank...... C7.835.ia Circulation.........H..h...,. '18500.00
It Is an 111 wind tbat blows nobody of tbe I Redemption Fund................ 625.00 Deposit., ,.-. ...... ..... .... 1S7.172.53 "
this statement cut out words not but feel-: r.
Rood, and Texas welcomep the cold wave a smooty condition, notwithstanding was are words I .
as likely] to stamp oat the yellow fever at the guarantee given him message, its publication was entirely ings. They are tired and wait I I' 1189,891.77 (180,891.77 ,
Thl.Baale Commenced Hu.ln.._ .ebru.ryo 6/t. 1903. 'oSmBJ
San Antonio and Laredo. uncalled for,and especially ing for'some one to come who
by the Republican bosses. There .'
wrlstcn agreement Interest will, be Paid on Time Deposits.W .
inopportune at a moment when will speak for' them, who can say .
There are thirty-three Democrats is a limit to tbe t tolerance of public H. MILTON Cashier. 8
: opinion. .' our relations with Colombia are what they feel), can'feel what they .
in the Senate and as long as ---- '
.. so strained. The most arbitrary need. :
they vote together they can con- Senator Taliaferro is in Wash- construction of the treaty of 1846 "The people have power,,and TAYLOR STEAM ENGINES ;

trol the' canal.situation., ington attending to his duties in does not give us the right the' in a few years they will have i .

The negotiation of a canal the interest of the people, while president intimates and even if; learned to use their strength. COMPLETE' SATwAYMLOILRLS"

treaty,with Panama is a violationof hiss opponents are at home mak it did, does not apply to Nicaragua Perhaps they will speak plainly I GINNING ,
law, but over-riding laws is an ing a desperateefforttopull; down which country tbe presidentalso I before they act rperhaps they _

old Republican specialty. bis record. Tbe people will at- includes in his threat. Why will]] not speak at all. OUTFITS Newly

T .. tend to this attempt at record- should be accuse Colombia of bad. "The people distrust all those -

"Nothing doing" will be the smashing when they' reach the faith because she did not grantin who are above them; they will i GRISTMILLS .,T'r Boiler Equipped Works, r "j'"j'I

motto of the House for the re- ballot box.Wonderful. a few weeks definite conces- have none of rulers.. All they )

mainder: of the extra session. w sions in a matter which has been want, all that they need is'a I Machine-
institutions -
are i
Members can go to the races under consideration ,half a century voice." -
these expensive government bu- MILL Shops and. \
every day.Jennings. ? What in this affair justi- The young ruler was silent fora
... The Bureau of Labor has
r. reaus. SUPPLIES
fies the president in claiming for while; then he said: "'But the Foundry'IP ;
it has political discovered and made public that
seems, a this country the right of eminent children?" 117"..'.-.,,,.Pre<>'RecA....r ..."...._ .,M.r...... .r..ret.r...' '.
f record all of have known the of is than 16
us cost living
more domain over the; territory of our "The children," shesaid, "will Ws win leaks. H ta Your.latest to Flfws srilh Ws. "j 1
since 1892 that Stockton has one, per cent higher now than in 1896.
sister republics? Furthermore not have reason to cry when the .
therefore what each fellow is doing But it has not found any branch .
why should .be speak of these people have found a voice." *
i to the other is a plenty.If : of labor in which wages are J.6 _____ MACON, CA. \ .1
I countries as being in "tempo, Again the young ruler was si- .

Mr. Bryan fulfills his inten- per cent. higher.. rary" possession, of the canal' lent. Finally be said: "You DR. MORP1e.TT' Cores CUoleri-lnfailBB .

tion of studying social conditionsin For a practical politician*such routes? There was no national have not told me how 'to become i 3 DUfrhocsJystaicry.aad) i

England, he will have to get Governor Jennings generally I emergency to- excuse or justify I the: greatest ruler the world has 4, Uia CMIdrea.fAn BowU Troubles of (. .

". ay wi h enough booze to for- recognized to !be, his Thanksgiving :his course, the fate of. the canal ever known." aAIS.Krstlfe.''

rr ruin his reputation at home. proclamation savors too much was not even in question; it was "My son," said the Wise Woman w rKTMIHO POWDERS1= ,

--- -- as a grandstand play to tbe religious mere pique at Colombia's failure "the world is done with its Costs Orfy 25 cents at Druggists UlJ ING'ts""r S

DOESN'T RE8FKGT!: OLD.AO E. galleries of the State for to ratify atreaty which we believe rulers, Whether they be of a monarchy Or ..... U ...I to C. U, MOFFCTT. ... 0.. aT. Louis Mo. '
Its shameful when youth laili to show Ayauya 0. H.r.,A 7900. .
a, proper respect for old age. but just tbe contrary their votes. True religious zeal .a, fair one. Tbe Colombians or of a republic. The bad w.turd.t.w:. ar Sore..iSb.&yd..asandl.tmd.eLi0.i.pubs.: : : ; : :
f In tbe ouse of Or. Klug'ti, sew LiteflllM. is" offered tonegotiate another treaty forms still the earth as.rrar..b..a.d..w per, "'. s?.*.. stur. sYreasl 4
) They cut off maladies no matter seldom: so overdone.DesotoCounty are on but .Pal.ur.._ Wrd.. re.e..tuf. ..Yr.r. twr .J'. :=::.:. :::='
sew severe, and. Irrespective of old age.Dysiw Advertiser.In and there was the alternative of there is no life in them. ,"odaythe 0.r w.a..rrdWttr lM s.blm TklaL' _& RAJHtM DRUG OOU -...-Da.adrYt'
yield! eI..lundloe.k''lbls perfect. fill. 26o Constipationalj at t!. K.Jlcueaoby ..-- the Nicaraguan route. Whatever one who wishes to rule is of .. ..
F. C. .
.: & Co. drag store. .recent. sermon Dr. Park- one' may think .of his action fn no importance, tbe man who is PRLID1t11T.; TlC-UDr&5'1': C.I..m- '

hurst declared that after January recognizing Panama, his unnecessary ambitious for himself has no
Governor Has that $96-
Y : .
'; 000 been collected as back taxes 1, when Mayor: Low's term expires publication of a discarded p wer. Today'theonly'man who First National Bank, ", Y ..

from the Seaboard Air Line? If New York "will be bell portion of his coming message. counts is the man who has come OP JSNSnCOLK: KLTt. ,- '>0
with the lid off" and that the was a serious blunder. into the Desert of Loneliness, ..' i
not, why not? You are the exe- Transacts '
Democratic voters were "mem- has heard the terrible murmur a General Banking Bualncs. .
cutive officer of the state, are yon DISASTROUS : '
bers of tbe de'vil's kingdom of WRECKS civilization has Your Pua in .. !
not?-DeFuniak Breeze.. C'AreKjasness Is responsible for many n from the midst of Solicited s \j.,, .. .
greed and villainy." Dowi 's railway wreck and Sue same causes are felt its meaning and 'can speak. '. ,* "
l v# I DIRECTORS n '
ot sufferers
buinua wrecks
: Forty years ago the fifteen year visit seems to have enriched the Throat sal Lung trouble But since the The man, who will become the .w.... H.KNOWLE3, W. A. BLOUNT, F. O-BBENT: ""* t. ::1
doctor's abusive vocabulary. advent of Dr Kh.K's New Discovery for voice of the" people will be the W. R. DYER D. G. BRENT'. S.LEONARD.' '1
old boy in the old' field school I Cnnvumpi oa,Coughs: and Colds, even IIIIt :. : ..:
worst oases can lie 1 cu I\'d. and aopch' aa n.. greatest ruler, whose power is .
: studied his blue back spellingbook I lynation I In no Inset neeeot_/. Mru. LoisCraKK. the of the people, given I : '
his Smiths arithmetic '.Congressman Full A OLDIKIIS'Davis! 110MK.has! intro- wbone.lire or Dorebefcler was ."ved"Y, din'.l.>.r., Inne.King's/ i>f mane.SewDiscovery. him power by the people and used for J D J. JONES. ) y TEEo: : ..::;': : ::

&irkbams grammar, and his 01- Ttal vrent remedv la -Ruantn- he people."Charlotte Teller, ",5" .:" ;
duced a bill in Congress for the teed for all Throit nnd luting diseases by... n.Atlanta'Journal.NOT A ITORNEYA'rLAWl''llIPLEY BILl P k I "' f
neys geography; and when he K: !&lcGsnchy'A Co..(IniuiiTsia. Price 60o FLA. LETTER J.
establishment of a home for dis- !and>|}1. 'J'nalllott.I", free. ;
: .
finished and
school quit < HEADS : \.
abled volunteer soldiers to be located .: ; .i:,
spell, parse, cipher and lo I I wttb ..I"n.tro"ble BUELb GO.OK.Aaura.y NOTE ,.
"I was taken sevoielyelok ENVELOPES a'tIEADS
cateplaces on the earths surface. in Florida. The bill carries -An exchange'' gives the fol1ow'l 1 trh-d. all 8f.a or medium, r1 ...... 1' -, .; .\.t..". '_
with it an appropriation of $100- ing definition "men"r non.of wbluii relieved me. On day 1 a.>wan c1-sr. :&'%..OatO.A.: : :: ..IJUS11YESN: :r'. j .;. :-";'" .
I;' Today lie goes to the high school, Kd.ot year Electrlo Hitters and .ikUtrmned O-OIllc8.11 stain. W U.bultdtnit. : .. .;,.-t' "(v"CIRCIILARS :: .. ., "
000 and contains the following what I to that. After Uklng H few doses STATEMENTS
are women marry. They try 'I C '
;1--: is carried through chemistry, I felt:relieved' ,and anon thereafter! .. 101 ea- Careful attention givea all-Battar. .ntnuitcdfa RDfS. ;.. :::-
I ecology provision: drink and smoke, and swear and Irely cured and have not se.01" sick daY BY taro CoUoctioiw nadobAoont PA MPHLETBx'' : "
; physics, biology, botany That all honorably discharged have but Sinew Neighbors ol mine bare been'>eared far raaponalbltt tine and Bra-tcatcd. ...- 'T #:; ;: !
ever so many pockets, ICOlllIS8ABY ) .
civil government, astronomy, I orRheumatIem.Neuralgia' Liver und Kid- araocaeimpaniua.Hla > )1 .''
soldiers,sailors and marines who won't to church. Perhaps if neT tranl leo .and General )ehiltty Iota _- .",
trigonometry, rhetoric, general l. go I. what tr.. Burns of Fremont.' :N. W.wrliea. Altvabtlv Co.Faddy.You ._....... CHECKS I t' cnECR's ,. '. '
I served in the wars of 1812 Florida I they wore bonnets they might. tnly fiOo at H, B McU n T .
r'I history, Latin French and German druggists.AIN'T.- ay Ton ry RECEIPTS ,
and other Indian wars 1861 to They are more logical than eoo cJ..nce. I no tic* It I I. wonder- DRA'TS .
etc., and graduates; but if I N .. '
1865, .and 1898 (the women, and also more zoological.Both tOWING BK 1'10' 'R ND." ( fully en8iUn to the faults of other; WEDDING VISITING I: ,:
he knows aught of anything and American-I I but It never appoar to M troubled b7 r
War who
Spanish ) men and women have Some editor baa been ejureuslnt an INVITATIONS, ,'
sprung G '
1 can unaided apply his knowledge, your own shortcomings.DuddyNo CABDS.
: by-age, disease otherwise, and opinion as to which of Bob
1"1 from monkeys, but tbe women ; I bop not Tbat would I
:: he is a demonstration of the exceptional by reason of such disability are nents will be wl'b'hIm la bit S .....:
know .
Dlnl".OPDU-I' qoU tJcaJ. yon -Sxcbaoge.ET rr'O
farther the ORDER
rather than the normal l incapableof earning a living,shall certainly sprung mary for governor.\ ,

product. It anybody feels' ag- be admitted into' the Home for men. gmitlemen'. 'Will have the ......... ,
grieved .over this paragraph andw Disabled Volt nteer Soldiers. Ualnenllle'Sun, for then will be not OOWbat yon writing Hawley* \
n s, over his own signature, It is stated that the bill is fav- It Is a cnrlom. coincidence that at"the' second primary no far as tbe governor-1 t "A'm going In for action." A D. CABMTCH EL, :

to argue the question with-us orably considered by both DemocratndRepublicansand Tnr time the -pmsldoDt wa' rngagedIn'disoosing blp Is concerned. Bob David will] winuhanda **B ally-for a magazine Attorney at Law., ':;, '
air columns are open.-Expo- is '' of the Monroe doctrine--VlrBlnla down". In "No: for my tailor. II. want, his ', ., "S. ;
primary ,
sure tothe lb.Orst ..,CoUe?Uoaa a Bp! elalty. ,
was Riving a stattt burial remains ; ) '. ,
; /
nent. o: passage. > ol President Monroe's wife. I Florida Labor Jouraal.C I. '- f money, and I'm telttng him III ..DI1I I .. fhlpIejr'Fla: > :.':" J .
"- ,. bits cbeck next waak." "
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jJ f.Tiigglev THE--- BANNER -. '

; li.AisE COOGHS ,

.. 'tPROPRIRTORi.. ;
font Offlco l>Ir ctory.

.Livery, Feed 3 Sale .
Office boura'1:30.. m. to .15: p. m.; exept
SundavD.Easttiound,. : .
_. ..-: a. A.BLE.OHIPl et > mall clones at 10:30: a.rrt
I W.. t-bound mall closes at 6:3U p.m.
BY FLf\ Mall from Vernon arrive at 10., maud ?
(raves at 12 m..dally,except Sunday saw STUFFY COLDS ,r
h )1/all from Orange Ulli.UayheadandbiAndrews. ",
0 end leaves
arrives at p.m., .
Good Teams and Drivers Pan Be a m. dally, except Huncjay.. -.;
Had At Any Time. Sunday: hours: ":00 a. m. to. 11:30.. m.,, "
and from ft:3O\ p.m. to 7:15 p.m. '
Prumm...: Otlltm a Specialty. Moory Ordora lsenedatall hours. when : "
il office Is open except Sundays.OURCLUBIUXU are the kind that settle on the lungs and Jevelop into
!!- = J..I b.:! <,! L.EY'P. Y. .

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It l lTIMIf TABLE and Semiweekly Atlanta .- .. '

a aJX.'LN: : iTS: :W OX&: T...r",.... NEI. Journal, per year 91.73. PLEURI.SYPNEUf&ONUt- .
No. 4. 1'40.L "NO.J. No. 1 HANKER and Thrice e-week'New York ,
13:35 n'u 11:01 p m v..PttnKacola..Ar' 8:00 a n 4:00 p m World per year. .1. 3:29: p m 1:0)1\01: .....Floma.ton..Lr! 2:351.111 1:30pm and !Semi-weekly: TlmearUn. ; ... ,: '
4:83 p 11:5.\ am...... .Mobile ....,. 12:30 n't 1:25 p m on and Citizen per year, ll.&O.
8:3J-pin 7:30 p m ....New Orleans.... 8:00 otn 0:3: m- liAjrmtB and dome and Farm, per yea. .
: '

;'NI), 2. 'No. ... NoR7a.: No. 1. No. ".21\ '. ... .. ,
IIOS p m U:35pm Lv..Penllaeol.Ar 4:00pm 5:00am .I .
8:15am A:3apm Ar..Montgomery..Ly 11:13am 9aspm PATHS OF THE OCEANORIGIN :

.' 11:59am 9t, (!.m ..... HlrmlnlChalD...: 8:33an 4OSpw : T.
1:30am 8:2(Janl.. ....r.'mll.tllf'. .;.... t\Upm: 2:45a.m ... .r and CONSUMPTION
"'7:8Jam 11:311 aID......010elona.1 ..... 9Op.a 11:15 pm OF THE LANES TRAVERSFD0V :
7A a m' 1:51 pm.......Ht. Louts.( ...... 4.15 p m 8:5pm ATLANTIC .;;..: ,

I-ens&cola. ,;'
nod lover .Junctloo. .
,. No. 3. Names or Statlone No. U. oatbers .
D.IfyJ D.II,. I (NoOP","[s nOUmo"n) Dallyl. Dally Worlbern and

", H.n D', 701 a ,n-1v.. peas.cota Ar. 1" Iii) iii 630p 10 tv sod ..atom-, a".ed Y
.. \ P .. ......,
illS",. 713 1I0hem[: I'JIIl": 608 I "T l>I.utenaui ....r7'-lII..J.! .
1150 716 Yoleurllo 1037" 601 .t' I lie Uaaacvr ofIn CollI.loa..' I'f
1131"' '' "
Eselmhl4 IOU" 5111"
1335: 72% MuatH, 1032" 643 reports of the arrival of an ocean

1331 "I. 783 "" Harp 1021 "" 11:40".. liner the statement sooictHaea appear
U59 731
O.ltUty 1015 5.27a "
U .VJ'" 730 .. .tlilton. 10.1J.. ( ... 520.r \ .. that she came "by the iIOuthern'route'

,; t:1)am: S .. OdoaBbnge I ".M" to avoid( Ice or that n'-o:: iacta: her flrvt
... 1'31'" 811 Iolu 93S 40\:\ '. FOLEY'Sstops
.' 890 831 : : trip of the season Ly the northern
ML1Iq' ao 9030" 4J11",
.. ..
.. r 2 31" 8 3'1 .. Cr4iIvlew DUt..JO: lane." To the ordinary render the Idea HONEY AND
30) 858\ ne1 r\nd 3.3' TA
&,1\5"\ what we have &&
; 3 21 !' 910 :Mosey Und '8:10 ..: 8JIII of lanes or pathways on ? -

fOJ" V35".. D8Funla1c orIDg.&L3'\ 1.43" been taught to think of os "the track-

". 15"" 941 .. Anl. 7 U".. 2.31".. lead soa" seems aoiuewhat, paradoxical
4IJ' 957 Ponce t'3
d3L-on1: 790: !
100 .. 1010 .. .WestV1I8'[ '111" I 1 5" ... but If yon consult the charts In the of the '
.. the and heals
.. '' 1Ot ".. 1015 ClryvLls:. '1 Jt. 1 lit t. ? lice/ of if: uttimisMp! manager or In the cough
1n It'SO" Bonlav 'd n" 197B'8o
) I. LO4" .. Chipley, 831 1 "n'l1 UnltedSlateshydrogmphlc Instead
U.07 .. Cottln .. will find that lungs. and serious M" -
637 .. .. 'Iota 818 .. 12,38' of da ordinary inan you prevents
TOO 113.1 .. Marlll.'Il 600 13.U. there are four well defined highways;

7 730 oil) .". Itb1 1146 .. OranJ Cpr"Itldu. 1n 133 .... 1145.18' .. across the north Atlantic aa clearly! results from a cold.ConsumpUon IIONEYThR s

769 1901 .r SallJ.JII: 381 1051181s \( marked to the navigator's perception[ _
.. 1316 Ii'nr.. Rty"r JUl1eUon Ly. 110 .. 10 :It"a) ms. oa 1st a time worn turnpike on land to

-- ------ -- '--- the eye. of the pedestrian.It f

.ar let HI* Owe !I..eLB. Is over these great ocen thoroughfare Foley&:Co., Chicago.. Dana, Ind., Sept. 28, 1902. IS IULK) LAXATIVE
: I. Farjeon was one of the very *' that the Atlantic Wen, with their GentlemenFOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me of consumption
few writers who get up work In'type teus of thousands of passengers and after I had suffered two years atxd was almost desperate. Three physicians And a 8.f.R.m d>
failed relief and the last said[ be could do I tried for old and young ,
of to give me any one me no good.
without the medium of manuacrlpt.When hundreds of Ihoutumds of tons
their almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY Reeor ."endedbytheMedfcal
Dragging fiuris| the novelist drat turned tit."-fiction freight poss on their voyages between AND TAR was recommended to me. Va effect right from the start was magical.
be was editor and publisher of the America and Hui-oye. They are closely! I improved steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well, and think FICUity(0rth8VWi0U5 I ;

Otago Tlpjes which wee printed at bill adhered to Ly all fut steam vessels FOLEY'S'. HONEY AND TAR Is. God-send to people with Throat and Lung affcctions.ofthe

own' ofltaM'at 'Dunt'dln. and many of and just on carefully avoided by sailing Trouble. Yours very truly, Mrs. Mary Ambrose.FOLEY'S .

JZ825! Keolev St.- the chapters of bU novel "Grlf were ships' and by the fishermen who ply' -L-jroat. Chest
CHICAGO, fi*., Oct, 2, 1908.! transferred' direct! to type by the late their trade off: the Grand bunks The : s said

'I enffered with falling and congestion Mr. Farjeon. who was one of the most niUiaUou of a small craft on the liners' HONEY AND TAR.

of the womb. with never: rapid compcmltors of hs time.. He wasa route would be. comparable l to that of Luugs.IPaEPAJUDST .

'1'f pains terribly through' at the tar Rroin4 time cf I incntruatioii. suffered firm believer la charms and Attributed a man driving a light runabout along a contains no opiates and does not constipate -

r ( had blinding tieadachca much of fats good fortune to n New railway, track!: cleared for the taut: llinItnix iH

and rushing of blood to the brain. 'Zealnnd Rreenstone which be wore for. ), fur UiPso main tmvuled lines hare like ordinary cough medicines.
What. to try I knew' not for it many years on bis watth: chain.-Lon beu: set aside by custom and .agreement FOLEY & co

seemed that I bad tried all and don Tlt-Wta.. for the At1n 1tJc's l lightning ezpreitaea. -

failod, but I had never tried Wineof Nobody U delayed ut sidings THREE SIZES 25o, GOo and $1.00 CHICAGO, ILU ,
Cardui. that blessed remedy for ft. D._. Prodaetr;
or confined to special tracks, however, \---
lick women. I found knew it that pleasantto I had "I should! think you would be ambitious for the rest of the ocean la left to the The 50 cent size' contains 2\ times as much as the Ii.
take and soon V
the right medicine. New' blood t ["No."for answered X'UUcar Mr.distinction.Cnmrox:: "I don'tcare ordinary mariner. the small size, and the $x.oo size almost 6 times as much. I L J
since track .
turned to coarse through my veins It la only a few yearn I -
I : for It. My' daughter: ,has studied liners shall run
t4( and after using eleven bottle upon which the great REFUSE SUBSTITUTESP
and her pictures of me are
WILl a well woman. painting Lava been so clearly dC? ucd. Ever since -
fanny enough; without ca11Tin the the commerce of the north Atlantic assumed IC. MiGHACUY BRO fhlpley, HA. t>r Jilt < K I Veronn. Fla.houic .

au-!.. aid of any professional cartoonist. Important proportion: sailing I .
Star. other 'would' jkblu nu advurtltge.Two .
Washington !
followed In general : '
masters have a ** We promptly obtain U.H..nd p'oretgn
ateamsblp managers Do
'I that northward prominent
circle curves
Ui*. Bush is now' in perfect Tk. Sintd .1.,......... way tho from great the west must of England however' quickly appreciated the advantages '; r

I' health because she took Wine of "Misfortunes never route Blnjly; .:yon and Ireland until It reaches about 4IJdeiP"et'S' -of Lieutenant Maury's plan You .. 1 I f

.. Cardui for menstrual disorders, know. Miss Prlscllla. north: latltnde In mldocean and Independently of their competitor! .
bearing down pain and blinding "Alan." said tb. poor maiden. shaking then boars donithwestwnrd post the gave Instructions ta their captains to. .

!" headaches: : when nil other remedies j her head "the slaglo misfortune Is coast'of Newfoundland and Cape lines follow tbe lines laid down by him. i Take de.uii modiil.on. sicouili or hctoc1IivluUonforfreerepora For.... book
the worst of nlll"New4Yorker.. These two were Clement A. Qrls I potentahllity.
her relief. Any I proved that this was
failed to bring, Early experience : r flOE-MARKS:-
head of the American !
then the n
health taking shorteat and BO. of course the coat
.. 'sufferer secure by the
Falnleea Opcratlo and 'Unp, and Thomas 11. tawny, director of TJIE BN111 ?
route between Europe l
in her home qalckrat
. Wire of
e.,. fanlui to make llni
The old henu was trying Boston. New York; and the White Star line. As these two
such ports 11.8')
: 'The first bottle convinces the patient himself look yonthful. then owned the fastest aud most perfect 1

aha is on the road to hoalth.t !'He Is dyeing for love."*" they commented Philadelphia.While steam! navigators kept fairly ships on tbe.Atlantic, tbe Influence' If. not

t For advice in eases requiring *-Chicago Post;: near this course It was natural of their example was very powerful. Opposite U. S. Patent Office (

1 special directions" address giving ellj eDoD IJ' that they should vary; from it There Is- no doubt that the adoption Why not? WASHINGTON D C.
symptoms, The Ladies' Advisory' The kicker does not make somewhat according to the theories of of these lanes hfra been of the nrinos
Department," The Chattanooga much progress., notwithstanding that With the multiplication Importance In Increas-' !>i. *..*,'vy of: c
fadlviauAl captains We will send TILE BANNER poet paii
Medicine Co.,Chattanooga, Tenn.Fotey's he puts his best toot forward.-Boston of steamships and the rapid Increase ocean travel and poB(d1tl'1I distinct advantages to any add revs. for|1 per year; Oo. for alA'' t BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
Transcript. aside frow'ellmillptlng the 2So, for three mouths.
I In speed the very; fact that all I ;
WDN ICIADUI ponslblllty of head "bu_ collisions be-
the terser nnd swifter Oessele I Or
MARVELS OF M ,:M.ORY.. one particular\ part of the ocean great;! tween tbe liners. Extra precaution)
(I. I coUislon between an taken to keep tbe Brent highway j
tailing l Ihere-e danger of
The newspapers are of Increased and other floating! We will send Tee HANMBB and theNew .
clear of derelicts
msj-kabl feat of a. oosuHclerk'jvbo.olo them. When forty or fifty swift Yrok Tbrloe-a-Week. World, one yeorll.OiV. &{ I
of tbolipresence.
Cure dangers or to give warning
Kidney were crossing the Atlantic at ( .
a civil service examination: did net make I MARKS
time In one direction' or th'other. < ? TRADe
Jcldne-ys and bladder right. tbe same
a single error In l properly sorting 43,000 Since the masters of sailing; vessel! OCSIQNSi
to the some general .
aD : OrWe
test postal cards each representing a. Irrespective! of the direction[ In know the Rtenmcr routes they consult! Anrnneaen41nQa.ketrhandde.erlptinnr.enl.klr CO"'UGH r. 4c.

poatofBce In a certain tern(ory assigned. course traveling. It waa'ob- their own safety by avoiding them.!Ind will send. Tn. BANNEK and the . ,lurartarn on. opinion, fim whether w.
rate;ot'33} which they were by keeping a sharp! lookout whenever' Atlanta Weekly Journal, l o"..::: atrJZ\ : HAa33de tnhlm {minn"dr.on rnfenla
cards of
This was doue at the f a n one that the possibility of two In rttheldirection. sent,...... ''ffad"'. .auIor. tur.....url..I1 IatnnU.
ar minute. "Far! mote noteworthy," thinks them coming together In thick'weather I 'It I Is necessary! to cross them Or taken tbro.ah Mann a Co. noel..
-New York Mall and E* r.rNa, twtltt, wit_*olmrye, lu the
; ,' American Medicine, "la the memory of an was too great to be contemplated pleas.anUj. I
1" I expert piano player, who will play an entire I ISo press. tl you want, .an three psper.Tar.Rassss.TheNeu Sckuffic JJm rltan.A .
: York World, The At
Lieutenant Manry of the United flln rttnM we" klT. inrwifc Mr*
season's concerts without a note of that I Imp" aid "Brat." lanes Jnuraal-We will make tbe extremely al..Um, of an,.clentlUo journal. Terms,94i a
SeBdS I printed music before him. 111.8 memoryIs States navy; made the suggestion How the use of words changes Is I low price of only ".s:. for the three pa fonr montb*,$L HoM b/aUl ti

1.I .. .. items that hundreds of thousandsof all fast steamships should traverse ear Veil Illustrated this extrAct fromDaron' I tters. i IIU NN Co 4afj wYDeik'B
el perfect ytiler
11 r p4ntM.....,... so routes, which be Indicated- ....
l ,- and .110 ku taln fixed .Today Is the acceptable to subscribe .U.V.TKE .
... J _..pedcs..r1mt..iJuL '1 notes must beat the orderly and instant following' the great circle pretty' '. "Pathway Unto Prayer: -- -'"
Ii' '........ /:: errYaMda..ra tsars awe disposal' of the will. And this U I paths for It was natural that the "Let as pray for preservation of
a&"a closely, THEM\\ \\\
": r the king's). most excellent majesty and
__ 1 YOllea/ .._1 combined: with a multiplicity, of synchronous steamship! companies) would not agree ; tjfE( iS
eeid a.toall appiPo -alb. to- the prosperous success! of his[ entirely
M. near a oa. recollections of timbre, tempo expression to the adoption i>f any route that In'volved I CM Icy Fla, MIcIIe eta The mystery. Is at present a loss).of time in making the< that mont beloved angelic! 1'On.Imp.Edward". oar prince -, OF GaJtiES.r" :;

... past the hlntfog any explanation, and ocean passage. Tar
< In thow days "brat" bad also quite Foley's Honey and
provision ang-
The most! Important
facets" beautiful a.*r.U pal1\olJ'\
this another nlRnlflmnce.In an old hymn
BANNER SALVE teSted by Ljeotcnant Manry was that fO"fhl/4 n.M/.sure. No o /.te&
It showa us how far. we are (root any..real directions by Gaacofjroe Is the line:
In opposite
.the moat haallna *tv. In th world. of vessels going '"0 Abraham's brats. 0 brood of
science psychologr. road
mould observe' the rules of-the by
1.. blessed seed."-John Bull. Thrice Week EditionOP .
o.\\ -.; paafclng\ one another on the port side. '

,.- HOW THEY ALL., 'Ep.A To carry out thin plan be rropoaed that THE-
Into' west bound vessels[ should keep about A Belt mu.r. YORK WOULD
tramp printer rail a printing '
northward of those, Mrs. Meadows-Vans. Hiram got rid (grenlnglargerereryday. YOJEr:
. ,,)' bp1woaett..ter..mteneye.adnw.ltlatalter baa..ap. offlce and said that .1D1.nji.d Jon.alot one degree bound.; !' to TbV1f the the greatest danger 0' that brindle cow tbet nster steal her -ASltTHKChiploy: J NAH be on the lis .
for lowed a. foot rule sad was dying bvloche own milk. 1',1 CURESWhites 1
w. kmpt.joM..ia Q.&Md i' miffiPATENTS from the following'ot Indiecrlminatamutesthat Banner I .hOUpld
*. The editor itartedjbut to learn of collision between fast lira. Korntop-Dew tell I a'pose he LW Palnfol,
death and meetlnc took most anything' he could set for -FOIl- N Protean and lirertolarM.naea. '
the particulars of Bhlp -would be avoided While It is Q S .

a".tTRADE IRISormtar.Wkh 1EM.: a doctor told htir about the ei.e. He said dc-a cable In point of time- for ships to her? $1. (>5 1ER] YEAR OverLieTraabi.. .,
7.1.s.Dd; rnndd
TIRE "" > lire. Meadows-He jest got double
or _.ade..das IMMEDIATE that was nothing, that. be once bad a patlent -, steer their coarse tar to the north the FCIUU eA' tcu. Falling af the Womband
FREE 1' ftIPm't on p t utMof.,'W......afe.- that swallowed a thermometer 1 and presence of Ice and fog In the blgb tatUudPII w'at he paid fur her; sold ber to thet" The TWI_ kWorldb.'Dowbeeometbe all othir disturbances to'Which r
baas legal Mrrlc* and new man from the city e. a "self
makes It Impracticable for then Thrloe-a-weefc: World, beIng issued ev' fea alck i
abara.g w ood.eas TI7- died by degress ,A eoupla/of f bystander, are s 3IJecto eapectaby those ;
( halt the Accordingly milker":' )!.OfldaYt."e CO. Sea chipped In. Oai said that remlodcrthim ,to do art during fully year. try eases which for year have
SWIFT & ) t rlberal offernver mule' to the
; Lieutenant Manry' providedfor resisted all other treatment.
ofsmacrwbo. swallowed gun and C1ar.Ul. jmbllo. The TbrllI-week World is largerIbsn
fatont ZawyorvrOpp. highways, one for stun- AN OLD CMROMIO OASS.cerrc.F..
two great eml-woekly
"W- .U.S.Palest 0ftJ08.Wasli'ngtoft' ,D.C. went off easy. The()&her'.ald he had a bier, ttbe other for winter,'one abouttun ''"Tea ma'am. said tbe peddler. this I published any weekly fumlMblnp eighteen; new.paper pages woutb)'on", 1 t ,l r

friend at Cos w.ho. swallowed. tpjpt of to the northward of the ben hair tonic will raise hair on a eight column wide.every week and the rnd "roubo.! t rreereytlysuciattTtpil.o ..
s> "'- -- ::-- otilea Ut; sod want oft In (food'-fplrltfw' degrees) and ,billiard, ball. rbipl; ('y lUHMKB lor One Dollar and Sixty- S. relieve and me., ; then bel( taken
This reminded us that we apes heard<>f a other and each with, west bound I Ire cents The World combines all .nd tP. mrf'o Ltinnauun fr r
J flORR 5T: : "But It .1IIe'lIalr: on a pumpkin year. hOW prsctieQtl7curwL >f tnkt
I[;) "
cJ borne meat and died tracks. of
man whoatoaomn data: bound I T* asked tbe lady of the bouse ha freshness and crispness a dally with I pl..ure.1I nICOIJ1J..ell ( }tltc&in8
Justice-of-tlit-Peace.. of a njghtmsre. We once asked an old The rivalry between thedifferent '' ii6lastruotlve..nd 1-ee1&1( features of a WUD1eQ. 1 ..... ,,
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(Uermso If his non who swallowed a tape., at that time that : "Well. I should say sor -' weekly.. .iiyssrbAWR.vL1JIy..:" ,r
t. ., Cahd conveyanceand all acknowledge' measure bad died br Inches, and he replied ', lines waa so great [tNI'U take e bottle and get my husbandto Address. for further Information.TbeCUJ.rL.k.1 :.,eDRUCUUCTa: .
', unconditional ".
taw ,. rnenta.specialty. Courts..ThnradavafI that hIJlIOD""veooud. Jn the.alter ,each hesitated to give try It."-Judge. : .. vVNjuUCblpley : .c _"&........;....... : : .
: rd Mends-r Id jemeb.jnoiith.1! *"*rttjis* had died by the yard1dtlfArd' Courier. adherence-tQ f tha. clan! tearing -that I I, _____ ; 1'U. rs

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GAY. Ct: .:, Fire broke out one night last week at JHoKINNE
Creel Bros.' mill but by a fortunate L. : ,
{i.lill" saw
poooooooocoooocoooooooooooooooooooooc9Magnificent ,, Mr. Frank With era LatbrotvoI I ',
accompanied by Miss Birmingham else brought ;"
Ala., were the guests of Dr.- and I under control wifoundlight of si me -tAttorneyt; iatt-ttaw-: ;

Mrs. Booth oa Thursday of last werlr. lumber on the yards.Thn :Vernon Florida.
Stock! brothers -
Mr. R- MeKenzIn mad abu.lnesi colored are erecting an
Careful and prompt; attention riven
trip to Wewahltchlra. tb* past week. Odd Fallow/ hall on south side ot railroad
near the syrup factory. to all matters entrusted to toy ear
Drs.J. W. and O. E. Booth were St
Andrew visitors. Wednesday Caot. A. J. Ware. of Mt. St.rllng.KJ'., ----.r .
now has charge of. the Bonlfay Hotel, .
Marvellous Values Mr. A J. Gay returned Wednesday having just recently! moved to oar city.: 1 I NOTICE!: WASTER'S: SALE.Br :. Y

from an "intended business .trip to Ala returned from Mobileon Tlrtv*of a deem of InrndoUT tweed Ant ere
barns and Georgia. Mr. A. Sensoms the Circuit Court o( thai First Intfdal Circuit of '
lest Monday. I'I Florida hi and fur Watfihirtotr CtMnrty. dated ?
Mm. Waite Green and two little sods .. the Yea ,
... :16th day of BopfernNnr WtO, pees therein -
.. Men's Suits. Overcoats. Boys'Sulte. of Eufaula lire visiting at the. home o' You always thxi what want In pandlnr W. 1* Gstaer wax complainant 1r
her Mrs. A. J Gay. can yon and Lf and Baton P. t .. .
parents, Mr. and Genii* went r* '
I. $1.50 drugs at Warrior Bros epondenta. I will sea at public auction tor cash to ,. N
: : B.OQ $7.50 The windows for Mr. Mller'sn! bossarrived the highest bidder within the" laaal. hour of ale
>. on the Tarpon Friday. They WAr liT1CiB ''': 1'ULLC11AS: a lag. I an Monday the 7th day of Dec na'-, A. D. 1903
'' to a to to'_ In a badly demolished condition. Thehoimehold bdnre the Court House door In the town of V.....
//.1 goods of Mr. and Mrs. George All parties baying trees of the Beachwood n '-. Washington County Florida the followingdescribed r4,

$6.50 McKpnzle have been coming, Iy places, Nursery of Nashville. Tenn. property situated in Washington
: $2 .00 10.00 for the past few weeks-also In a sorry through N. :H. Walker should meet him county to-wiu A lot of lees than turn acre lathe
\ I the Wiselogel Hotel for South Kaat quarter of ton North Kant quarter '
plight. What Is the matter with ourtransportation promptly, ...
of Section t..ty- la Townahlp threeNorth.
/4% 1n To'Wn. ? AjlIwer No heir trees on November 3d, 1003. as.they fourteen *
Brand only Guaranteed Clothing company I Range -.e. commencing at a .u
: Sterling competition.The will be fresh. and ready for planting on point three hundred feet eat and amen hundred
r Lucy n. arrived here Saturday'1 I that day. .JS. B. W, IKKU, Agent. tart north from the southwest cnrnor of ha abovementioned
a quarter thence north two hundred and
f Ir" Fleece Lined Underwear $1.50 Suit Values for $1.OO and will load( with naval stores; for Mc- TIIATTKUUIBLB ITCHING. fifty feet, thence. east three. hundred feet, thence
f' Kenzle and Vlckers. 1 I south two hundred and aixty-eflvrn feet, thencaweat
: Caused by $ALT RHEUM can be cur two hundred and twenty-five. feet to point of
', ed by the only remedy in the world that beginning1. Purchaser to pay for d_.
'. / The larffestline. of Pants ever shown; a fit guaranteed. BUSH. Is sold with a printed 1 positive guarantee; J. R. Watt,
( r .. We are having !some! cold weather now around every bottle. You will have your A General Master in Chancery.

and the cane mills are kept busy turning" I refunded In each
and the boys are enjoying going to the where DR. BBLDING'S SKINeJIEMG:: CONTEST NOTICE
f II Standard Prints Still Sc per yard.Our cane mills."' I I DY falls 10 cure whether yon. have been Department of the Interior.
ainicted one veer or tlfty. It Is pleasant Land Office at Gainesville Fla., Oct. 7. 1903. f .v
Died on Monday. November W, the
sufficient content affidavit havingbeen filed
oldest man In our vicinity, Mr. Richard I to use. Doctors prescribe It. i In thin office by Jno. H. Thames, contestant
'furnishing Goods Department-was never,as complete as it Levins lie was very old and tai been Everitt & llorno. against: Hd entry No. 29388.: made December e, _
confined to his room for some time with 8-15. ,Chlplpy Fla. la'49. for nc. Suction 2S Township I I N? RanreI6Wubr
I.' values in the Intlrraitlve of old ageHe loaves a J Frederick W. Wi-lzht. conteatee. Inw'ukJiltl.a
is comprising ,
now, : hand that Wright has neverresided
host of relatives\ and friends to mourn hU
.FOR SALE.. oa or cultivated said tract and that his
loss while we feel that their loss U his pf"p..rt7.-80 shorn i. reborn. was not due to employment; In
It Neckwear, Shirts, Gloves, Belts, eternal gain. The ono Crampton mU souttiwwft of Cbl screen llIY. Snd Ian4 all-alt.uated <>f. theArnyi r Navy in time of war: said vartiea

last Sunday at the court fern to MIKMIB A. CKAMPTOH Fern du Lac Win. are hreHv r otifled to appear respond and t'tferevitenc.tnihingsaid
alteration at 10 o'clock
MarrlfldVon Mr! Fruuk+ Roberts to i eYAny trespassing. or cutting of timber this ti
m. r n Nov, 10"1'30" ice). before-the Clerk of CIrcuit -
Hats and';Hosiery. Miss Lavada Ilavls. We wish tho young land "ill ba dealt with to the dullest. extent of law. Court at Vom"", FI..., and that post hear

Suspenders, couple a long and happy life. ...--- ._ in? will be held at 10 .Ylnck a. m on December.
.Mr. Richard l'ook.or Webb Ala..passpd 10,1903. before the Rrvlfiter and Receiver at the ,
last Sunday his i United Stilts Land Office 'In Galneavlllu. Fla.Thoaald .
through this vicinity on
By .virtue of a drcraa of foreclosure Issued out of ; v, nto-tant having a proper affidavit
nay to the bay, and called on nice brotherinlaw. filed 3. 1403. forth facts which
& Butler the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Clroult of U.: Bet show
Campbell .J. W. Bush. and spent the day Florida and for Washington County dated the that .,t.r.II.. diHarc-nce personal seals of this
: and night with him and other relatives, :and day of October. D. 1903. In a cause therein notice c inn>t I e made It.IB hereby ordered and d''

., ".: Chlpleyi, Fla. Mr. C. \Y. Worton, of ,,Uracevllle, Is pending wherein Robert 8. RUM was. the amt directed ha m ch notice. be riven by due .and
Iainant and Sheffield' wasthe defendant
moving back to( this part of the country. will: sell at ::bl-auction for cash to the hlirh-I publication.aid.

<-00 Wn hear of some mnro.weddings In the est bidder within the legal. bonn of sale on Mon. I ,
near future but will bare to wall. awhile I day the 7tti day o* December A. D. 1903 betore! A
pwm mo+emsBORNTO the Court House door In the town of Vernon I NOTIC .PUBLICATION.
before wo tell who they are. I I Waabtaa-ton County Florida, the following d...
Mr. and bJrt.Tbad.lludson?,I U. S. Dept Marshal T. Y. Watts andL. Mr. 'Benny Yates, accompanied by scribed property situated In Washington County, Department!of the Interior, I
Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. Nov. 2.1003,1 r
Town Topics. on November 30, a big girl. Mother and Wlseoz! left Tuesday morning for Misses Palmyra Yates and Minnie Bush, I Itowlti quarter South of Section Went quarter l ot the South two North Went Notice la hereby given that thefollowinr-oamed .
the with friends la :Vernon last Wwt.1Purchaser settler baa filed notice hia intention to make
doing well. I Tallahassee to attend United States spent day ot Range firtuen to pay lot
daughter are
;\ oiiooaeooca I Sunday:: doed. final proof in support of his claim and that said
there Monday. will be made before. Clerk Circuit Court at
Court which convened D. K.JoNstt, proof a
Newsy ParaKraplia lathered Together Winter baa arrived at loot and yon can WAU9AU- A General Master la Chancery. Vernon. Fla., on Dec. li 1403. vuu: Thtmaa F. a
For Uamr lieadere.Mr get all the hot drinks you are looking; for Now N the t.lmo' to get you a pair of ITEMS. Mathewa" Orange Hill Fla Hd. 29356 for the 1
at McUeacby's drug store.. and Wells Bros. U the place togas The cold has caused the nw X of neX. neM of nwn.* wM of nwX Sec. 30. ., d
shot recent
g : .8 ; .Z g g : g--:aa g:; snap NOTICE. FOR PUBLICATION. To. N, R.13 west.
-i': Look out for the X mark on your paperor them They handle the famous Star Farmers to commence grinding cane In Department of the Interior. I :names the followlnr: wltaeaaea' to prom lila.
";1 J. B. Turner, of Wausau, visited brand shoes earnest. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., Nor. 9,190.1. f continuou".ldonon..poII. and cultivation of said
the wrapper-If blue, your time Is. out, and Walter Notice It,hereby arlven that thefollftwlnavnamednettler i land..iz& W. H. Slay E. D. Nelson, G. R, Gil yF
:; tlilplcy lust Monday :Messrs'. John Kirkland, Cassaday, Otis Mr. Sam Robertson son baa filed not......, his Intention to make bert J. M. Stewart allot, Oranre Hill. Fla. .
or you are a year arrears. have bonabt some farm land from the ,
fir al proof In support of his dale and that said W. G. Robinson
Try a hot chocolate at Farrior Urea.Hon. Terry, Grant,. Whittle, White, and the heirs 01V.. J. Tiller, deceased, near the I proof will be made before Clark Circuit Court at Ed. fee paid. Reruner..
s Farrior Bros are too busy to writs Hisses Essie Grace, t.woMI"1I Dean Grant bead of Holmes Valley and moved on It. Vernon.1a., on Dec. 19. 1903. vizi John MoQu ,
W. B. T.i sitter, of Vernon, was a much; they are right at their place of * S-_ Fla.. Hd.31177 for the nH of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
visitor here Wednesday business to show you. and McKinnie, of Gracevllle, visited Mrs. Cordelia., Ilud..onher little girl I neH. Section JO*. Tp. a N..K. U w..
e, Ruby and Mrs. Lacey Jones while on .S. names the following witnesses- to prove his Department of the Interior.Land I
I Try some of thatcandy at Farrlor( Bros 'M'. I Deo., Myors, a prominent naval friends here Sunday. their way to their father's, happened to a continuous residence upon and cultivation of said Office. at Galneatfille. Fla. No,. 2, 1903.1 ,,"'
Dad, but we hope not serious! accident. I.nd..iz& ;John A. McQuarire J. K Finch I.-T. Notice. la hereby given that uUowtnnaned
Don't forget'that Everitt & Horne keep stores man, of Wausao was" clrculatlnraQlonlr'freDd. When you comn to town be sure you get Tbelr horse' ran away and Mrs. Hudson Evans, of Sexton Fla.. W, M. Sut<: __d Watlsau. settler. has filed nol ice ol his hi toot tun tomateeam-
& the mutation in of hia. claim and tarn
G prices at J. R. McUeachy .Co., Flat prod aurport
_j. Poarcb'a Painless Oil. ( here Saturday.We cash before buy. was thrown from tho wagon and badly W. G< Robinson.Fd. said proof will be made before Clerk Circuit CourtHt
...., you hurt, while the others escaped; unhurt' fee paid. Keiriater. Vermin. Fla., on Dec 12. 1403. vii Thotna
'';;. If TOil are hunting; barnatns! Willis have Ju"t received lot of sample n: J. Picas will bo In with another car Tho remains of Mr. John Milton. who : W. Jordan, of Chh>ley Fla.. Hd. 2V411 Ittoe
find them. which going to ell at tremendous : %. j .
Urns store In the place to pants we are a nw Section 28. Tp. N.. R. 12 watt.He
big barxalii. Bacttold Bros. load of potatoes apples, onions, cabbage died at Mill villa and was Interred there NOTICE; :FOR PUBLICATION. names the following witneaana to prove his

All stores closed! Thursday all day on eJ.l.:., the hrst of next week. werejaken up by his brother George andtaken ,. Department of the Interior. I L contlnuoua. residence. open and cultivation of said
?tIrY.. J. Daniel a prominent and efll- to Vernon cemetery and relniarrcd Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.. Nov. lu, 1VOJ f land via Charlie En npr. W. B. Enfina-nr. W.
account of Thanksgiving.; I Hon..D. II. :Mays! of Monticello, candidate there. ; Notice.. hereby. siren that the following-named 1. Brock, C. C.Tharp. all of Orange 11III. Fla.,
clent merchant of Campbell ton, ,was settler. haa Sled notic*of his intention to- make W. ft Robinsm.
Come In and see that handaome lamp for governor, will address the peopleof Mr. Geor Mvers! whnhaboullht the, final proof In connect hit claim and that MidI Ed. fee paid.. R*.
we are going\ to give away-Wells Bros. transacting business here Monday. tbls community on !Saturday: evening turpentine bnslnnns. of Mr. A. L. McNeel. proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court- at
has moved lit and taken charge. Mr. I Vernon. Fla.. on Dec. ;26, 1903, via Bunion Gay.
When It comes to tablets and box stationery at7:30 o'clock at the auditorium the of Miller'a Ferry. Fla. Bd. :tmt. for the wH of
SPA those nlen pants at Ilirfleld Bros Myers comes us. with the good _
; ,, Karrlor! Bros exeell all la quantity among ee'-''; ael-4 of -.. Section 36, Tp. t N., K. 16 w. I r !
good In quality and low In price. quality and prices. school l house Come out and hear him. name of a gentleman-and we welcomehlnu He na...... the loHowlnawitnessea to prove him. .
We are Informed that Mr.\ James II :I continuous rMidanoB.upnn and cultivation of said I
Mr. George Williams has our thanks for' :Nr James M. !Simmonsof: Vernon ws When you want feed .Llllh-corn. oats, Brock and brother, Levy are erecting anew land, vuu. : Franklin Till..... Cart Ruse. AlfredMitchell
cottonseed meal. hulls etc. Joshua an nI Mill...'. Flooring,
bran chops, Drake Ferry I
a favor with an eagle on It. t turpentine outfit near Hard Labor __ .... .
among the visitors here Saturday. His Wells Bros. Is the -place to get it. We d L' ('la. W. G. Roblnmrn. Ceiling, .--.

Get Flinch at McUeachy's drug tore. many: friends hero' were glad to see him. buy In car load lots. Mr. W. U. Owens, of Mlllvlllfl 1 Is visit- Ed. fee paid. f Register. Sldlncf. "

Misses Rlcbard on'lI Is the place to fet SPECIAL: SALE.-OUA piece of broad. We have a few pair of Clover brand log friends i In this community.Miss : NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Finishing and Dimension stuff furnishedon

your cloaks Jackets capos, bats, caps. CIO former prlc 1.00; for quick sale we shops to offer at cost. Be sure yon try a E.therfiller.! we are informed, Department of the Interior i Short notice. You can bnlld without }
:: offer f 11 at 75c. Wells!I Bros. pair. J. R. McUeachy t Co. will teach, the Bonnet Pond school. Miss' Land Office at Galneavllle Fl-u. Oct. 19. 1903. t r having to ship your lumber from other
'" Mr. Walter Gainer, of EconHna, transacted Esther Is good\ efficient' teacher and we Notice. .hereby viva that thulollowlnanamndwttler places, as It III manufactured right here

'. .;," business here Saturday. Mr..J. II. Williams, of Uracevllle, spentSunday Mr. F, N. Ilolley and J. Yahn, prominent I congratulate the patrons In securing< her final. proof baa in tiled.up"notice"",,, .of of his his claim intention and that to make said at homo, and themoney you upend U

here with hU brother, Mr. .T, W. liquor men of Qulncy, were ln'the sen lees. i iCARYVILLF. proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at In circulationhere at home. whichadds
Thn May Held clothing are guaranteed. Vernon Flu- on Nov Ji. 1903..iz Danlul M. to the b..slnetll.of our city end to the .
Hold:! by J. R. McUeachy & Co. Williams.! Boss' many friend were glad city Wednesday. While here they: paid Brown of Wausau, .. Hd. 31100, fur the seX of general benefit ofx>nr citizens. So build y:
1 to see him.1IIIsIIes the BA.NNEB office a pleasant call, and ..,5(. Suction U Tp.3 N.. K. 14 w. I )'Olt" good house now and bo up with the I
.. A suggestion.-A pretty hat bought of In Last Saturday. was payday for the i He names the follow In wltnewiea to prove his march of our city'M progress. W It
left with continuous residence and cultivation of said
pleasant upon will r
Miss Ilattle will make the nicest Chrlit- Rlcliardson's are expecting a us a hands! who work a'thebig mill and planerof I land vlrt L. A. Brock J. E. Brown, Ch".. Simmona. furnish you the lumber at marUi. t
mall present yon can think of. pretty line of Christmas goods In a tow the shape of a large "V." the Sanford Lumber Company here Peter Taylor all of W.u..... Fla. price. Come see 'ua. .,G
days. When the whistle blew at 6 o'clock p. m., I W. b. }(oBn.IIO... GULF COAST & NORTnWE8KfcN. :
Mr. Howell Brock of Carvvllle, transacted Go to J. R. McUeachv' & Co.'II' for an during the period of about., one hour, Ed.: foe paid. Reclster. '
e business here Wednesday S. A. Alford, a representative and progreBslye all-wool suit for this cold winter. They "'.000 In cash was paid to the mill crew I LUMBER&SAWMBLT.COt'!:

Don't forget that soap Is neaYfr! gone business man of Chlploy. Fla.! Is. sell the famous May held suits and pants. and the boys for went another home months happy. work.They NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION. J 1V1, RL F rltchard, Mali..;.."

that l III selling 16 bars for 85c, at Farrlor! among the late arrivals at the Duval.\ Spend your cash at Wells) Bros and get The are now above ready amount does not include the Department of the Interior. f_ 'i J' -, ', lyJ'NOTICE
Bros. I I a chance at that handsome lamp. Each who always Land Office at Galne villo. Fla. Nov. 16,1903. f : ...'
for tue-tog are .
Metropolis. men FOR PUBLJ4 4' IOtL: :
dollar you trade with us gets you a ticket. paid or each Notice la hereby given that the followlnirnamedanttler ,
during the day the lath of
l ban Sled notice of his intention to make ..... ., aahtetler.'tLand
We would like a regular correspondentat Maybe will bethe lucky one. Try It. Dep.rt. .
J. R. .fc Co In the cash store.If :you them Js
McUeachy month. The amount paid generally final proof in support of his claim and that said Office at Gainesville ...4>,"19OJ. I '
Pt Washington and Mlllvllle. you want goods cheap for cash go to Mr. Carl SettorHnd left Saturday evening about to.ouo making a total of U.OOO prmif will be made before Clerk Circuit Court ..tVarnon. Notice hereby given that thefollowlnaliainedettler
them. paid In cash every month to the men who, Fla..on Dec. 2. 1 If you are In nAed'or a good tonic try"olArcb' for Chicago to attend the ,stock fair work In the neighborhood nf our prosperous of Wauaau. Fla. Hd. 32757 fvr the eX ol ... ; laofin.uppotdhi.claimand that; saidprat f
Red Clover Saraaparilla. void )Ir.. Carl Settertln4 happened 'to the DeFnnlak town. When we take Into consideration ; I Delof.el-.. Section 6, Tp. I N.. R. 13 w. will bemade before Clerk Clrcuir Court: at'Veromu .
'' Mr the
and assist Storrs.of
He namea the foUawiny witnesses to prove hia Fla., on Dec. 14; 1903. vln William J.Varnum. .
by Everltt & Borne the of cash to the Al
paid men
misfortune to get his flue milk cow killed Breeze In talking Immigration., : Messrs. amount continuous residence upon and cultivation of said ol Nole. a n.. Bd. 28003. for the alt otnwKl
who labor and the amount used In good, la..d..iz& Dallas Finch, A. C. Pitt*. Thomas n&al .* Scctfcm. J4 Tp. 1 N. R. IS w. +
Mr. W. B. Gainer of' Econ na, was a last Sunday afternoon. by the train. Big Saorra and Svttorllnd! carried a collectionof wares' and merchandise during each BarOeld J. L. Taylor all of Wausau. Fla. I lie nam.s .!". f.yio-lia-witneaam to prove. niaonntlnunua
pleasant visitor I In town last Saturday.If loss to Carl. month by tho same hand, It I I..* no wonder W. G. Robinson residence UINMI and cultivation of sakl .
West Florida products kindly for.nlsbed we can boast that Carvvllle stands at the Ed. fee paid. Register.I | l.nd..Lc James M. Brown. J. B. Varnum. WU \

you want full value for your produce We have a dozen pair of kid oloves by a number of our progr,-salve head of the list of the many prosperous You will find Santa Clans In full bloom lla Taylor.. H. V. lharp all iif Nnles. Fla.
call and II'MVe satlsactlon. worth but until sold the line of the Pennacola and W.G.Robln_
see guarantee tl.OO per pair they wllT show' what be towns on '{
Farrlor Bros. .
citizens. They can now at store. Ed. paLl. KeaHatcr.
Wells Bros. are tu go at TSe. Wells Bros Atlantic railroad Another noticeable i f frtF
raised here and toll how It ls raised, and feature, an Indication of Increasing. busi ', .

!Supt.: L. L. Pratt, of Vernon, came In Rev.' S. B. Rogers held his regular services i how much, etc. We hope to see good results ness Is the turpentine Industry which Isnow :

Tuesday evening and spent some time on here at the Baptist church last Hun- I handling a large, amount of freight ... u "
,1 f and wish: them a pleasant trip. by the steamers J. P. Williams and Vernon -
"' business day. Gxxl attendance at both. morning making weekly trips from Pensacolo.
14) Lookout for that car of fruit and vegetables returning 'laden with turpentine and 'm rr
and night services.
We have nice from ft.00 '
got pant up; Monday or Tuesday. Remember rosin. It cat: be said truthfully that no
call and see our line. BarHeld Bros. It Is to your Interest to see Wells Ur 's. It. won't last long. Vleas. man coining to Carvvllle who Is willing! :

'" Dlr .. J. jucueacuy' returned If vuu have Mnvfltlnir t A null. aa ..-.."II.u-'- -- ItIs .. .. to work In the saw mill or turpentine
A. ounaavnight If you, want to&buy; any thing.Go : SEVENTH business need SO away for the want of a Its Up ToYou*
from an extended visit to North ANNIYEIISAIIY. job.'

r Carolina. to J. R. McUeachy A Co.'*, the cash The seventh anniversary of the Baptist ._ .
store when to -
you want bay good cheap
church of Chlpley. under Rev. 8. D.ROller. .
Quinine COc per oz. at McGeachy's drag for cash. BON1FAV -
; store. .' chare, was held Sunday evening
Go Misses Richardson's and those The thermometer' registered -
to see "government
last Rev. W. p. Richardson as chair- For all we can do is to tell (in plain figures r
Mr. A. W. Weeks, one of the bustling fancy stock collars mittens I shirt waist 37 degrees Thursday night last. you

transacting business sets kid glove. belts, handkerchiefs .and. man.. W. M. Farrior spoke on "Chorch weok., Pretty.good: for a tarter."
"county dads, was '
corsets. History," and then read the. following _Rev. Gavin. filled his regular appointment and words thatiFarrior'

here Monday.Karrlor Mr. W. O. Butler and wife left for Mo report of the condition of the church from on lest before Sunday It being his last appointment ''

Bros carry ties of all kinds: bile, Ala., las Friday nlaht. They isoa to'1003 conference. '
go : n
al101 ,, Our merchants commencing( to show' : .
good and cheap; all the latent styles ,
colors. there for Mrs. Bu tier's health. We wish )Membership .. ... .. ..a. ..... 78 quite a display of holiday goods. Bros.Is .*-.
net ). .. .... .1
When In need l of mndlclno to for her a speedy recovery.. 1003, ( galu .. % Judge Hathaway and Daniel Ulllls, of

V' Everltt .thome and try a package go of Go at once to Farrlor tiros so you con Received by baptism. .. .. .,.. .... .... 41 Westvllle' were In the
1'oarch's Liver Powders only 25c, see what they have-tb w have the goof s .". letter .. .,... .. .. 88 )fro F. M. McDonald baa had his residence place you should trade at.. .

and prices beyoud a doubt. "restorationy: .. .. ...... 1 very neatly painted,'Mr. E.Cark .
Mr. John Harper had the mlsfortunj to ; huff being the artl'. BECAUSE: \

lose Monday his morning.nome and contents by lire last Mr. A. C. McUoaehy and family of Total: received...:.:.:::.;'?. v:..... ...104 Mrs U. J.Brett visited home folks 10WtllI'vllie -' .

Lumoerton.. N. C., came In Sunday evenIng Dismissed. by letter......... ., ';...:..:. 8.1 last"week, returning' .home oo : :c-

If you are In need of clothing of any and will make this their future home. .' excluded,.. .. .. ....... ...'t d Monday.Mr. IU at their store y'u can always l .et. the bestoods .
kind you can get your wants, satisfied bv ." death ... .. .. ... ...... 13 W. F.; Newton, of Dothan, cam In
calling on Well llf(>>. \Vt welcome them among ns. last /::Monday visit hi. brother Dr. M.O. ", ,. ... .,. -

Totaldlamiseed.-........ 03 Newton of this place; also to enjoy a biff .. .' ; .. Y' .
If Farrlor Bros.doVt show the best '" .
Last week was our Ant real raw winter, *yon bird bunt far a few days. 1
and. most ,up to date liner Xmas goods -
weather-the tall endof blizzard Paid for missions 189''?.. .. .. ... .. 6J8 At-'rbe Cheapcst ic ;
a flopped ever brought to Chlpley why we ain't no .. We learn that Mr. A. M. Matthew has ,; ; ,
'", 1003. .... .. .... 270 119 *' ",
around this way. fudge disposed of his Interest In the firm of A. -. \ vf 4b '""
-- M. Matthew* &Co.. turpentine operators, a3 *" rSr: ."v .j '
Net ...... .... .......-i200: 71 I iAs well rood clean goods. or"I :
11 aboes Is what you want. go to Bar 1 Mrs. Brewton. of McDavld.. who hall Increase: :.::: < and will shortly move W> Georgia, near '
Held llroa. They can save you money. I been spending several week, here with Brunswick.
'i' her daughter Mrs. Tb.... Total amount paid for missions E. M. Godwin A Co.,. have disposed of And the. best of it all, you get yoaf': dei.; ,
Cane grinding and possum" buntingIs November, IdUO, to November
< turned to her home last Friday. Y ,
1ii03..n\ ..!.. .. .. . ...1,0118111 their turpentine Interests In Washington -' ., .
favorite pastime now. Most all the Total amount paid for all purposos county to,W. T. Rhodua. of Sneads.! i E. worth, or.
Spend your call!t> at Well Bros; maybe
"tater. ",are dog. the lucky one to get that November 18'J6.0. November Rev. Cain, the Baptist minister has '.

handsome lamp we are to give away_ 1003..n.. .......... 10,58361 lately.purchased the It. F. Brett residence I YOUR MONEY BflGK -
SHAWLS? Why yes! We have them on avepue." along with

sad we are offering them at sacrifice When you need anything the line of Value of church property, 1800.. .. 800 oo)( some other and moved la last. week. I I' I"v .
prices, too. Wells Bros.McGeschy''irng .. .. .. .. 1003.'.. 8,00000)( We welcome Bra Cat and ,
whiskey, send your order to 11'. N. Motley .. D family In our Don't forget now that its at
A Co., at Qolncv. Head by mornings :Net! Increase In value of church i..- midst.A. I

drinks. store Is the place to mall and get your goods that night. property. .. .... .... .... .-$7,300 00)( II. Adams has been on the sick lint .
get youjshot ,
I Rev W. A. Bran spoke en "Harmonyof
Having secured Mr. U. L. Norton, a Church s..veralapeakel'lI answered few days. ]WARRIOR BROS.
L Wlielogel of !
,> Chlpley was I In graduate In Pbarmaeeatlcal Chemistry, to their Dames and spoke on different High school progressing' very nicely

-t3wn Friday and favored us with a call.- from Vanderbllt University, to take subjects. tc v. H. H. Rogers fol. and a splendid Christmas program Is being
liloaotstowD Times. charge of their drug business, Warrior lowed briefly by reviewing, the church's prepared.- becomes the duly of ,
,( Bros solicit your patronar. assuring work daring the last seven years. Altogether everyone to lend a helping. hand and not -
Toilet articles<< and pert a mery I s one of yon prompt courteous and efficient ser- a pleasant and profitable eT81111) to be kickers and grumbler and try to I

.the specialties MeOeacbjr'sdrug!: store. .vl:8o fr was spent. pnll down ; I ..........
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