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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
December 31, 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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-. V-Q: : XI.:" Chipley, Washington Co., Fla, ThursdayDecember 31, 1903. No. 28.

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A Thrifty aoot.b.._'. ia..b... >*. Adjaaet ,
.1 FREE Operettas ui. Thread Mill. the Oatalde.
j Thrift Is generally acknowledged to The father and mother In Paris eat

be one of the leading characteristic Of at home when they do not eat out bu
the native of Flfesulre. and It never! absolutely 'no Informal social Intercourse just1f !

To All Our Subscribers was more forcibly exemplified than In I Invades the apartment*which 1.1.
the person of David Mutton a nativeof more than anything else.a sort of factory I

Dunfermllne, who actually proved lq which Is produced whatever
1 l that even mice those acknowledge the family needs for life outside. A vast

pests of mankind could 'be made not amouit! of sewing Is done here French deceived! t-

only to earn their own living but Also girls ..f even wealthy parents after
; J GREfTfMERGfN to yield a respectable Income to their they finish school attend courses of I .

owners. dressmaking and mlllnery) and to a

About theo year 1820 this gentleman great extent the Industry wblcb 'turnout Solid

actually erected a small mill at Dun tbe French woman as a model of 3WAGONS
term line for tbe manufacture of threAda good dressing to be followed by the '
mill worked entirely by mice. It world. Is carried on by the women of Cars of

F was while visiting Perth prison in the family In what would be tbe home

a 1812 that Mr. Button first 'concelvej If the French knew. the meaning of the

this remarkable of utilizing mouse word.
FARMER power. lu an old pamphlet of tbe- A reception day Is rigorously kept and BUGGIES!

time. "The Curiosity Coffee! Room" he and much entertaining at dinner aDd<

gave an account of tbe way In which dejeuner may be done but always of a I i

INDIANAPOLIS.- tbe Idea dawned on him. "Io the sum formal character. A person having the That Must
penetrating qualities a book agent
raer of the year 1812 he wrote. .
(j| The Xeadlngr JKorleultural Journal.<( of Writer the Nation. Edited: t>7 an.JI.bleCorpe. bad occasion to be In Perth and when might venture to try "dropping/ In" on .

Inspecting the toys and trinkets that a French woman on-a day when she 1" nBe Sold-!

were manufactured by theo French prisoners not regularly receiving but In tbe natUral IJi
In the depot there my attentionwas course of ordinary social experl

WITHIN E NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER Involuntarily attracted by a little eoce In Paris this would never happen Our Prices !
arc Right
toy house! with a wheel In the gableof says Flora McDonald Thompson In .

:: :,. Two for the Price; of One: It that was running rapidly round, Harper's Dnzur. '
the Insignificant gravity of Such order of living readily permitsgreat.economy.
Impelled by f ft
THE BANNER, the leading county piper, and THE AMERICAN FARMER a common bouse mouse. For 1 shilling One has not to waste We also have on hand
time good clothes or bouse room In
I purchased house mouse and
Both Oner Year wheel. Inclolln ,It In a handkerchief dally preparation for the unexpected the VERY BEST STOVE Eon
$1.OO on my Journey omeward I was compelled guest. Six days of the week a Frenchwoman I
for to template Its favorite may run her sewing machine i the market
.' In the mlddje] of her salon (If she likes I at prices
This unparalleled offer ls made to all new scrlbfira, and all old ones whoa amusemejtt But bow to apply half
pay up all arrears and renew, beginning January 1,is o4. Address: ouncejrfibwer'\') which is tbe weight or u secure from tbe Interruption of chancecallers.
It Is said that the chief function that will please. And
useful the ,
moXse, to a purpose was
J of the salon of Paris .
petit a apartment
TUB CHIPLEY BANNER .dt culty. At length the irmnufuctnr Is to providestorage. .room for at all times
lug of sewing thread. seemed the most we keep { avery
ball which
4 "f' practicable." gowns on reception days aretoken I

,, Chipley, FIe ,' bad that down from' tbe chandelier and
Mr. Ilutton one mouse Mu line of
wk the amazing distance of eighteen miles locked up In a bedroom till the guest. complete
..... a day but be proved that an ordlimr' departed.
....- could ten and half sullen
mouse run
VIRGINIA COURTESY. J __ The Sallya.The .
worth PRESENTS.Some .
: -. on an average. A halfpenny's I
poisons of some. of the common
-J.J. Ro7 tld6'i (::; p.'c .. and also some of tbe most loathsome of oatmeal was sufficient for Its support
( Ulate About How and What
.... for days during which!
1 Into His Own. diseases are frequently .contained In cad When to a.... SEE us!
half miles. Ue bad actually!
.X- It Is tbe story of a polite and polished the mouth. In such case uuytutug that It ran It is a golden rule'to send your wed.

Virginia gentleman and his landlady, I Is moistened by the snllvn of the Infected two mice constantly eniHayed for In the ding gift In good time the first to arrlvo !

__.1. .4 also polite polished and a Virginian.It person may If It touches! the making of The sewing thread thread more mill than wax being much more appreciated than I Colcman I ,
rained on a day not long ago. and lips of another convey dlsl! 8e. The a year. mouse that which Is one of tbe many pouring Harper
when Mr. CUlpepper( looked for bit contact the thedanger. so constructed that the common house
more direct the greater; lu from all quarters during tbe last
L M umbrella In the terra cotta tile In the It Is believed that much tun mouse'.was enabled to make atonementto week. *
/ offenses! twisting c ]IIPL7CY FLA.
ball It was not there. Mr. Culpepperwas be done'to prevent'cont //Ion by teachIng society for past by By adhering to this rna you e:, also .
.. far too courteous to say that somebody habits of cleanliness Uut It such :, twining and reeling from 100 to saved the annoyance of hearing that S] I
had taken It. lie dldnt even say Instruction Is to be effectual! It must 120 threads a day Sundays not except. tie saltcellars are c'jarmlng.tbo third l
1 : It He merely looked at the be continuous. The teacher to the public ed. To perform this task the little -
gone. let already received. .
half zz: s ,A zz M10A M M. .
pedestrian bad to run ten and a
terra cotta tile and cherished regrets'It : school should notice and correct violations A Month before the wedding day Is
was raining and be bAd 'uo timbre of these rules as habitually as miles and this Journey It performedwith not too early to send tbe present which
.t Ia. The courteous landlady came upon 'violations of 'the more formal school ease every day A .halfpenny'sworth should be accompanied by a, visiting The Literary Chap: In ITInshnee. The Mexican Boundary Line.Tbe .
1 of oatmeal served one of these "I know a literary chap, good writer I
blm and divined his trouble. rules are corrected, card to be placed on tbe gift when die I' International boundary line be
I thread mill for the long periodof and all that but with absolutely no
"Haven't you any umbrella she Culprits played among/ tbe others. tween the United States and the republic
;' asked, "Oh, that's too badl You Some people want you to give' tbei" five weeks. In that time It made The package should be addressed to business sense who suddenly decidedthe of Mexico marked by pyramids
mustn't think of going out without everything: for nothing.: Including >ou. 8.350 threads of twenty-five Inches and tbe bride If you are Intimate with both thing for him to do was to start a of stones placed at Irregular distances

one. Just wait a moment till I get yon llf*. your liberty your labor) and your as a penny was paid to women for eVery the happy couple, and to the bride's bank account suld the secretary of a along the line all the way from tbe
' mine. pursuit of hnpplness.-.-Schoolmaster hank made In tbe ordinary way house addressed to the bridegroom If financial Institution. "He came In to Rio Grande to the Pacific ocean. Wherever

Mr. Culpepper" protested but when the mouse at that rate earned nine. It Is be with whom you are best ac see me about It. I naked him bow It was found practicable to do so
l Vftglnlan' meets Virginian courtesy Is The oldest library In the world Is pence every six weeks just one farthing quainted. much he had, and be said he bad saved these pyramids were ,built on, promi

I bound to prevail In tbe end. The landlady that of Nippur from which cuneiform a day or 7s. Ud. a year. Most people wish to give something $50. I told him we rarely started accounts nent peaks at road crossings fords

r went upstairs and presently returned tablets antedating Abraham have been Taking sixpence[ off for board and novel useful and pretty. The future on such small deposits but etc. The line was not surveyed as Is
k with an nmbrelln. taken. allowing I shilling for machinery there circumstances of the happy couple would make an exceptlou In his case the usual custom, the location of the

"There," said she. "Take It. I shan't was a clear yearly profit from each should Influence tbe choice to encourage; thrift and school him In monuments being based on astronomical

need It today, and you are perfectly A FBIGUTKXED HORSE, mouse of 6 shillings. Mr. Hutton Hr-rn- If they are going abroad do not give business. / calculations and observations..
welcome to It perfectly welcome.". running like mad down the street dumping I ly Intended to'apply for the loan of the anything unsuItable. to the requirements "IIe went through the preliminaries

coo And tbe grateful Mr. Culpepper the occupants or a hundred other accident empty cathedral In Duufermliue, which of the climate or so cumber. nervously signed the signature card All 111. ,BSrmm In On. Basket.

W stepped out and unrolled an umbrella !moves*, are every day to have occurrences.a reliable It Salve be. would have beld. he calculated, 10.000 some that packing and conveying It to put his money In and got a nice new Goodman Gonrong-We don't gitnothln "'
,: which was the very one' be bad lost lundy everybody a none HS good as Buck. mouse mills; sufficient room being left Its destination will amount to half tbe bank book. By that time be was all at that 'house. I asked the woman -
Courteous Virginia gentleman courts Ie,,'. Arnica Salve. Burn., outs, sores eoxema for keepers and some hundreds of value of the present. flustered. They gave him a check book fur some cold vtttlcs a cup of

ous Virginia landlady, and you needn't and piles disappear quickly under Its spectators. Death however, overtookthe If the recipients will not be particularly and he decided he would have to have cawfey some clothln' an' a place to /

ask me bow tbe umbrella came to t eootbingef'eot.o.'a drug store.21)0. at B. K. JlcQeacby' & Inventor before this marvelous well off, It 11 la only kind to select I some money for present use. The receiving sleep In the barn, an', by gum she said
change owners, for 1 don't know. Neither project could 'be .carried out.-Edinburgh some' useful present In- these days I teller Introduced him to the I was comln It a little too strong an'

does Mr. Culpepper.-Washington .A Barprlaed Dalce. Scotsman. When artistic taste la shown In all the paying teller, and he Inquired the she shet the door In my face.'
D.r.a Just after the late puke of Richmond necessaries of life, this should not be procedure of checking out money. The Tuffold Knut-That's wot ye git ye
and Gordon received' the latter Photograph Pasta difficultIf paying teller explained at length. Then blame. fool fur puttln' all yer begs In

half of his title be was created Dukeof Dissolve half an ounce of hard gelatin the happy couple are likely to re- my literary friend went over to the one ask It-Chicago Tribune.

Gordon In January, 1870-be was In three ounces two drams of cold calve many prenenta. .It.. !. ante tn glresomething | desk and wrote a chock for Ills entire .._-.. -
sent to this country,us president of the water until quite soft: then beat until ;; which will. not be.amiss If $GO. got tbe money and went out."

British commission to our centennial 'melted. Now add one. ounce six draw. received In duplicate such as. sliver F'RES,

exposition. While In this country Ifheiird of glycerin. Thin will net bard and sweetmeat baskets for the dinner tableor A COSTLY MISTAKE

of a certain picture owned by a must be melted on the bob' or In bat a set of afternoon teaspoons or. a Blunders are sometimes very expensive A TRIP TO >EUROPE-

country woman In which be thoughtbe water for'use. The advantage of this bronze. or china ornamentAt I Occasionally life Itself is the price of a
might be Interested and so wroteto preparation Is that there la no stickiness I mistake tint you'll never bo wrong If you I
her; using the-official stationery of as with gum nor does It leave a take Dr. Klr 's New Life Pills for dyel.ep
the Sociable.Mr. I .la, both
the commission and himself stain. It Is excellent for mounting
signing asa '
I Sllptongue have not met your troubles 'I bey are gentle yet thorough '
peer does simply by the names of ulfl photographs nod scraps. wife. Is she. here this evening 29o, at 8. E. McOeaohy & Co.'s drug; store.:

title, "ttlcbmond and Gordon" Mr. UanBome-Ten. but Just at this I
Itaq"'IMIIpIIIW 4IIIIIIINNIIIIJ/ll/ Much his Tb. Joy of Matrimony."Is i '
1 to surprise and a good deal moment she Is engaged over there at Transparent nit. : cb ,
to his dla&ullt-for be bad precise ideas your daughter happily married. tbe pianoMr. Some remarkable salt formationsare
as to his dignity; an a duke-tbe letter Mrs. Casblelgb7" !
Sllptongue (with affected enthusiasm found extending for thirty mile
which be "Oh. my. yes: She and her husbandare FREE I
received In answer to his wasaddresMed. .
)-Ah. I seet I She Is that KoddessIlke along the Virginia river In Nevada.
devoted their clubs and
Richmond both to
"Messrs. & Gordon
beauty who Is playing The salt forms
an accompaniment mountains of cry.taland
60 different games-all new ." and began. "Gentlemen! often don't see each other for weolcs It you would like to takea
io for the mountain of flesh Is so pure and clear that fine print
-one each package of at a time. -Chicago Record-Herald.
trip to Europe, th.World'a
.,t. dead ........., who Is singing.Mr. can be read through a foot of It. This
Flansome (stiffly)-Sly wife does region was evidently once occupied bya Fair, Saratoga.
"Did your valet bay a good reference Fling the Blame."The .
Lion Coffee pot play; she sings.London Telegraph. salt close 0 New York City or A.h..
from his last place? trouble alq.t"w/Mtf''tbe farm, great lake as by are some O
vllle, without
having to put
"Yes. The Judge gave blm two months said the old man. "If,*the farm didn't wonderful wells one of which seven- 0
at your Grocer's. war."Lillian ty-five feet In diameter contains wa- op anT of your own> money,
Dft"for good behavior tbere-Jlldll' have to do anything but support Itself I 1'
Is not sure that she loresWaller. write the Jacksonville Me.
It could be made to Day.. but It don'tfIee'm ter so Intensely saline that a person
=rrtbe burden of Sometimes she thinks she bathing there will float like a cork. f o tropolU for particular
. . . 'xxF.N.Holley&. . . to be to ca' does and at other times she's convinced 0
r V aT* *V V *V veT.W- *- .fr s a *V .4 usloin'/ on It. so I r-ckon we're toblame.Chlcago Q
: she doesn't. Blla-Clae' BI......
Co. "And. yet she Is going to marry him" "Bllgglns Is very unfortunate In his

aa Opportanltr. "Oh. yes that's'all settled. love affairs.! ""

.The curtain goes up at 8:15.: : so we'llbe ""''ut If she la not sure she loves' him "Yes," sold the girl with yellow balr.

just In time." why doesn't she break tbe engagement "You see Mr. Bllgglns makes the great THE METROPOLIS

and Retail Liquor'' Merchants.. "But If we have a box It really seems. ?" mistake of trying to converse intelligently -

QUINOY n shame to be so punctual."-Brooklyn "Because she Is twenty-seven."-Kansas when be ought to be simply CARTER 8\ R)5SELL.PU > .
v"r FLORIDA. Life. City Journal. holding bands and looking as If be + Bl..I5H INO'CO
were stupefied with joy.-Escbanp.: I
Paul Jones, Pure Rye delivered at $3.75 for 4 full i JACKSONVILLE.DEKLE P1..A
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quarts, or jug, in plain box.
Those who will persltt In closing tbelr A sure sign of approaching revolt! and
10 years old. Best Rye, $4.20 for 4 full quarts or ear. against tile eoutlniial recommen...*. serious trouble Io your ayttom Is nervousness tOI1IPLIEY
jug delivered, in plain box. &ion of Dr. Klnl('. New Ulsoovery for Cn... sleeplessness, or stomaob upsets.
sumptlon,will have a long and bitter rtdbt Clectrlu Bitters will qulcklxdUmtmtwr tile & CO. Bankers
.7 years old, Rye, delivered at$3.20 for 4 full quarts with tbeir troubles, II not ended earlier bfatal troublesome oadses. It never fails to lone ,
or jug, in plain box. termlnAt D. Bead wbst 'r. It. Beal .. tbs sMmeeb, regulate( the kidneys and bow.

We also carry in stock, a full line of all kinds of of wife Heall.bad Mlns.every.ymptnm. has h, snyr of "Last consumption. fall my eta blood., stimulate Hun down the systems liver and benedt clarify. purtlcurly the- FLf.This .

goods, from $1.50 per gallon and up. _We guaran. !she! took: Or. King's Nw Discovery aftereverythingelaa and nil tbe usual attending: aches bank offers Its services (for the transaction of all branches of legl',(mate
k tee satisfaction or money back. Send us your or- bud fulled. 1 Improvement .aolah under Its sesronln? and thorough banking. Collections recelvo prompt and careful attention and all rejnltted
camt at once and tour bottle. entirely| ffeotlveness. Electric Bitters isoalyOue. for on. day of payment at current rate of exchange.
der tbis morning and get goods tonigbt. cured her Guaranteed by 8. E. MoleacbT and that Is returned If U don't give perfect t>----lWe solicit your ba.laee..f

. . . A <:>:>., rrico COO and atUfvotlon. Ouaranteert by M. E. Mo- ..
\ Jl.oo. Trial bottles Ueooby & Co., drugglels.

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The'venerable editor of the I IV Wm Ora-anl. Th Pvreluu I '
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Ocala Banner is affectionately t Away ItMlt IB nuu.trbe br C::..k.rln. II. of : Foot "Wear : i
year 17UU Is far back but It II'1
exiled by his colleagues "the Empress Catherine II. of
Interesting W tblnk.tbat the matter- .
reader and lover
Subacrlptlont $1.00 per 'eaJ'. In a4 vance. Nestor of the State Press;" and. tuffs of the vomlnif! war storm were not a One great of her services to a letters :

is, at least, one of the oldest, yet no cnKrosHliiK even then but that was' the purchase of the .

I Entered at the pmtoffice at Chlpley Fla., u ablest and most experienced the> snorUuieu of Pennsylvania; could Voltaire and Diderot. Sue ",' ,(.
ifV -=mad clam mall matter, turn their! attention to u more *yntfiuatle friend and admirer of
members of the profession in ; organization: of their ror
Editor. this state. Upon the topic of an forces and then established the tirst her because she wax eager to
bunt club In tbe country the 'Jloui-es ,
theories of and
utters a warn politics
early primary/he ter UoumU. Not that this,wua the beginning Voltalre's library of about I

Advertising rate turniahed on application. ing: to the members of-the/ State ; of the sport In IViuinylviuila.tbilt times Is now u part of the \

Executive Committee which they eiulni'Dtly horse loving country
penal I library In the lIermlta > ,
Trjur. ,
tbe purttlnjea" of the people many a don's statue of Voltaire. )
"When the State Executive year befotet It was rather the evidence Tbe story of Catherine's : I irc

The Cuban reciprocity treaty tout the sport bud become no 1m .
Committee meets to fix the time Diderot's library Is I >1;
Dec. 28th. portunt tuat t It needed systematizingso : creditable to her tact and "
became operative for holding the primary, anything -

J like the semblanceof nap hunted tlmt In districts turn and lulKtit i-outrullotm., be thorounhly. rivalry; price Ity. of Diderot his library named ). : : A :I.W!:; ""''VV'ODl.rlE1"TIt : : : .

4' Monroe is a more popular name should be avoided and clashing) dates be avoided.All and
judgement" fered him 1(1,000 named .
fair un-
in Central and South America the early fox bunting clubs hnd is surprising quickly an -
dltlon of the bargain that her
and the fact that some campaigning !
than Roosevelt. their origin lu,tbe pre-exlHllnx owner should remain with Diderot inviting Shoe will Hast a favoraWeimpression.
.. had been done by some of the ililp of u greater or leas number of death. Thus Diderot ,
I So ii safe run 7 1I j
A good deal of "hot air" will candidates should not be consid- bounds by private owners.. Every conslderuble Purls, became Catherine's
landowner In the south kept bis own library. As her chances: h'&far better to select a "
distributed in the next few ered, as the same was done with- 1 I I
be good -
them and dogs they not
I were was given a yearly salary of Shoe that 11 ecludes such a remit,one .
1 months by the politicians. ojt the knowledge of the com I always orthodox according to the One year this salary was '' ;
standard of the Belvolr and the Quorn that is noble and artistic in its con-
--- -* ------ mittee. Again it must be remembered Then Catherine wrote to ber ,

Milton is cutting her up a that we are liable to I I of today but nevertheless bounds derived that she could not have him I ception, graceful in its outlines,easu'i i

"rep;" two or thr'e attempted have some very ugly weather in :;: from stock tbe and best continued Kngllub and by judl European .a brury treasurer's suffer through clerk and the that I : on tie foot and so made as to render ,?

assassinations: lately, and one January, February and March, I clous selection' of those who showed lend him tbe sum that I maximum se vice. You secure all '
completed iob. and it would'be'cruel to the can- the Instincts by conformation suitable aside for the care and i these attributes/ in the : !
to tbe country In wblcu they were library for fifty At ,
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wise didates and the'people' to make called upon to work. Washington may that period she would make : Star Brand Shoes '
Of man never ,
course a appointments for outdoor 'speak- be quoted us one of tbe southerners rungements. A check for: I

makes the same mistake twice.If ing during those months. Don't I I who kept hounds and hunted them too. companied this letter. .. j I Sold B:1::1

he marries a sec.d time that's Lafayette moreover sent bly from .
make the system unpopular at France a npleudld pack of French fox, WORKING OFF A

another mistake... the very outset by an effort to bounds with qualities which still further Wells & Bro. i
helped to complete tbe most perfect Tb. Operation of a '. .
With the beginning of the new take "snap judgment or 'give animal-for American fox bunting of 'n.m.o N tur.. '

year lets all resolve to do right its enemies an opportunity or tbe American bound. John was grouchy' and 1..

with the complete assurance that pretext to criticise it unfavorably From the formation of the Gloucester found fault with his dinner. 1 "I
Fox Hound club In 1700 uutll today surveyed him calmly
if we succeed we shall then be no or unfairly. ,
clubs hove
played the most Important "I know there Is some Bank
better than we ought'to be. These are wise words, and'thecaution : part In preserving the sport, your-your-what shall I'-cnll! National ,
is both wholesome and and regulating Its practical Not all
The democratic members of clubs of equal Importance, It Is true. for ;your unhappy frame of' : timely. If it is not needed, so said. "Probably things
but all of the
same spirit.-Illustrated
the Senate have decided to be much the better; it can do no Sporting News. wrong at tbe office but .t Clo.i of Bu.lnc..,t cpt. Oth.19OJU Y :

bound rule and the home to work off LIABILITIES.Capital ,
by caucus harm. This is no time for political you come .
will now have to on me? I'n. not to blame' In Bonds,....fICl7,65197 Stock: ............ ......$ 60000.00 i! I
republicans of' kind '
trickery any and CONSTANTINOPLE. est.. Its a curious trait of ,.... 13500.00 Surplus FiUnd........ ... ........... 2500.00 '
deal with a united minority under doubtless the committee will ful- I that when one has been I ......... 224.38 Undivided Prodis.....,....*... 2,08202 ,

Senator Gorman'n leader- ly realize the fact.What It IlM Perh... the' sit. For a once wants to turn around .ks...... 135,710.70 Circulation... ...............,.. 13,60000Deposit j

CUr In tll. World. .. ...,... .. ,... .. ,...
ship. somebody else." .......%," < 025.00 179,738.43 0
Constantinople looks mucb better
.. I. Vlie luiuef from the water than It does when view. "I suppose that trait was a -. 80Bin.; 'iIjU,8Ul.7 "

Tomorrow is January 1st; Under the above caption the : ed ashore. The tourist who touches at your nature" remarked commene.dHum ne. *"February 6th. J9O3., 1

1904. We wish one and all of Pensacola Daily News asks some ,. the port remains on board and sees the tically. bllwife. t, luteruot will be Paid oriTTnTo Dupe
"No Indeed replied !\
from the retains
city only sea an entirely '
our subscribers and friends a exceedingly pertinent 'questions different Impression front that of things go wrong In the W, H. MILTON, Cal-ter.'

New Year and that him who ashore Seen from rather Inclined to scold the '
happy pros- of those newspapers which are toes the

perity may increase with them fond of chatting about "corpora- water ful. Seen Constantinople from the shore.Is very It beauti U the my If ;you Impulse reprimand Is to me fuss for with \ AMENGINESr

with{ each days advancement of tions." Refering to the claim apotheosis of everything that Is filthy person I meet. It I have f

the year. made by them that Mr. Stocktonas and foul. I da not say that It Is unworthy calling and return home late TAYLOR '
I feel much Inclined to u J
"." I I of a visit but I do say that be very
Gov. Jennings told us last week the only Senatorial candidate,. who stays on board will take away e for coming home so early. SAW MILLS ;r
who will "vote for the people ed tbls same trait In the
more picturesque Impression.
that we called him a "dead duck"four When I scold Alice she 'I
against the corporations," the The site of Constantinople la Ideal I
'occasion to shake Maud
years ago; we don't remem- There Is probnbly no Oner site for r on Sentlnet'N Newly
News "What is the issue
: he
says you spunk Jim. generally -
ber making the statement, but if cityIn tbe woild. It situate on the
and makes faces at the little Equipped .
between the people and the cor-
DoHporus. between the Metllteruineau I
he insists that we said it, we can'tbut tbe If the children {j
way. I -
porations, and in what peculiarway and the Blurt seas. It lieu' between En Boiler Works .rl
from school .tt> > .
reiter9 1 <* :Ms statement of the rope and A'Ia, for Scutari Is part of saying a er j e
can Mr. Stockton protectthe cross today I Jump to the ('' .
Constantinople, and Scutari la theAt'fatle
accusation. lie also told us he pn .
that the had been .Machine
interests of the people againstthe shore. It Is cut oft by natural principal
his to the U. S. Sen- the teacher It tell me
was on
way ;you .
corporations if he is chosen boundaries Into municipal, divisions Shops andFoundry
economical 1 know have "
that he be but not yon I f
ate; may as a for the Golden Horn divides Stamboul
Senator? fered from a slump In the
member of that bodv from the tlleIIlobll'mmooan.. from Galntn. the ,
ket and I after .. Jftste ,
No has been madeto suppose {
grand old state of Florida.We answer yet I Christian, city. So the Bosporus dl have! had a little heated dl I }.Lire Fro"JI.."..,.Spray Pumps Mom rm......., Siarmt.r*.
this real and vldes Scutari the Asiatic from Coil
.. question. The go down to tbe office and W. wilt Makt It to Your kittrttt to Flgurt with Da.
stantlnonle, the European city) yet ai')' ',
have received a copy of the only true answer is,that the 'cor- unpleasant for the clerks. '
of these places! make one Brent: city BROS. MACHINERY "tJi:
"To be frank with
Progress and Prosperity editionof poration' cry is pure and unadul- under tbe general name of Cousinntl you.
I John, "I do not often Hud :
the Pensacola Journal. Not terated Populistic claptrapin- nople. And tbls great city \Is guarded of working off a grouch on* MACON, CA. "
I also by nature.. It Una the sea of Mar ,> ,
only 13 it a paragon of typographical tended to capture the tancy of mora close at hand with fortlflcatlou me what you do Instead." :

neatness but it is an ency- the ignorant or thoughtless, and at either end of-this great water highway Mary smlled'demurely. "I 1 ( DR.MOPPaTT'si Cores ctofera-lnfan1IIm, ..' .: >,
out of tbe bouse then '
you ; '
go :
Dlarthoea.Dyfenteryand 1
his- making no of legitimate ; rendering the city unassailableby q ;
clopedia of facts of the early pretense
my room lock the door, th Bowel Troubles of ', ,: It has California
: sea. a peninsular
tory, the growth and development ,. argument or an honest exposi- tlon which also renders lt. properly for on the couch, burrow my '' ChildrcllofAII1Ag.. "' '\';:,,
pillow and have a good Aids Digestion !RtSalatti ;
'and the progress and pros- tion of real issue. The fact is, tl ed. Impregnable by land as well as York Press. v. lUGJOWD the. BowtllStreng0lent ,':' < ",'

perity of Pensacola of today, recited -I as has been often fully set forth by sea. It Is as If San Francisco were OaJj 25 cats at Druggists/ the Child and Make ;;y': ,1 p;
to have batteries of heavy artillery all TEETHING EASY. j
in a pleasing; way. Bro. again and again, that 'not a single around her water front from India HEALTH'S 0. null II ..... M Co J. MOP'P'ETT. M. D.. a-v. LOUI& MO. ,: .. I'I'orpoaa ,

in this edition has given to : member of the Florida delega- basin to the from the o.Do II.BAa.NtUF Df B_ apetne,T.... !CO'".21.1900. ." ','
Mays presidio presidio 1, Rise ear'y! retire early : .TUTmla' .......hl .......INaN Said t.F_.bloW ahlldre... Whas mF.ldOl&
tion at whose to Lake Merced and then across the .seas.dJ.r" 41 .rase u w.would- ta.rl/.blr Ina blm. I happened up.. "
Pensacola the biggest advertise- places = .: .
W.tnl.udas a at. adal4 ,
your day With work. tmpre..enl w. m. k. I.It hour. and teem + ,
neck of the peninsula from Lake Merct't1 I ...... .o..4aa,b..d. ue.d, .......wl.h' hay.Iau.-. e '
ment imaginable' ; and if the people are so enviously sought has ever, to India basin. With nil these fat 2. Water and bread ; :: :saw to 01&& awl..... obIWnD., 1'11 leraluable iuia.swan U.. "

of the Deep Water city don't by vote or otherwise, in public or t rs In Its favor no wondt that Consi pure nlft' and sunshine are
sable health.B.
reward his energy and push in in private advocated the causeor 'ntlnople has always been. lookedu Frugality and sobriety WM. H, KNOWLES 'J. S. LEONARD.
: u as on Ideal Bite for a city. That
their behalf by giving him most interest of any corporation I''s' many I'llCetlsbould have battled overI best elixir of longevity. vzCaP9asISNT.CASUIEL.

liberal patronage for the biggest, against the interests of the people : zantlum for so many hundreds of 4. Cleanliness prevents rust;; National Bank .

best btightest newspaperThePensacolaJournalthey of the state-or any other I yarn' Is not surprlslng.-Argont1ut. cared for machines last cue
Enough sleep repairs
will never state-and their friends, admirers strengthens; too much sleep OF ENSttCOL PL7C.
do the wise and pertinent thing. and supporters defy any of and enfeebles. a General BankIng Business. .'I

the "corporation" howlers Invented all the different 6. To be sensibly dressed
i And re says he has a bigger and can- waysIn '
didates which a ;young man can make a fool freedom to one's Your Bu.In... Solicited
better edition in incubation for newspapers or private of himself.. II. Lorimer. enough warmth to be '
next year. i citizens, to point to a single act Tbe man who overestimates the foolishness ,! sudden changes of DIMBCTORBl .
or expression controverting this of others. Is himself tbe biggest 7. A clean and cheerful \
Spurious"Uudoroemeilt*.* assertion. fool concerned-Seton Merrlman. i a happy home. K. DYER D. O. BRENT J. S. LEONARD. .,. i

Governor Jennings is floodingthe Tell the truth live openly and stick I, 8. The mind Is refreshed 1
to ;your friends-that's the whole of tbe orated by distractions and WE DO
state with copies of a special Any one who has received a best morality In the world.-Sarab but abuse of them leads to J .

edition of the Capital publishedby communication in a government Grand. I. and dissipation to vice. P

the State Printer at Tallahassee envelop will remember that it always Every wrong brings with It Its own 0. Cheerfulness makes love W BILL LETTER
punishment. It may be added that It and love of life la half of FLA.
containing a large numberof has printed on it the warn- IBEADS R BEADS
frequently leaves It at the wrong bousA. tbe contrary sadness and di
alleged "endorsements" of ing: "Penalty for private use, I -Barry Pain. ment hasten old age. J NOTE ENVELOPES

his candidacy 'copied from the $300." An Iowa farmer- who received With good luck one can accomplish 10. Do you gain your living COOK, I

state newspapers. A careful analysis some seeds from the anything, but good luck, la just one of Intellect? Then do not allow T .* law. BEADS BUSINESS
ag- the things that cannot be arranged for and legs to grow stiff. Do : :Fr.ooac:: ::>.A... TATEMENT N CARDS
of these will show that of ricultural department in an en- .
even by; the cleverest. people.-Frame-: your bread by your pickax? U bunding.

the number-25-only four ex- velop of this kind, interpreted", fort Moore. forget to cultivate your all matters. entreated .,CIRCULARS T PAMPHLETS,

press advocacy of his claims to the warning as,personal and sent Really beautiful things can't go-out. enlarge Review.your thought.- : tint made.and Ore-toted .In MILL COMMISSARY
the office of U. S. Senator; near- the seeds back, saying he knewof II They may disappear for a little while, CBECKS. I CRECKS- I
but they must come back. It's only tbe'ugly I .
Ill Valno
*m m.
ly all are of ancient date, commenting no public use to which he thIngs'that stay out after they've "As I understand It, you RECEIPTS DRAFTS

favorably some could put them. And to bad their duy.-W. D. Howella. & N
upon come ,I go on the stand and swear to ,
message or address absolutely think of it this was not an unnatural Slow la forming swift In acting; of your contention. -( WEDDING VISITING
; low In making swift In working; slowto "Heavens and earth. not. I and all acknowledge) INVITATIONS, G I CABDS
disconnected his
with candidacy mistake to make under
; i the summit swift down tbe other to swear against me. Why. Courts,Thursday at I
many of these are from newspa- the circumstances, by one slope; It .Is the way of nature and tbe live members of the Jury each month. tf.

pers that are not now supportinghim ed to official unus-I' way of the human mind. Anthony your reputation welL"- TO_ ORDER -
and some are from publica- Dope.
tions which do not exist. It is I "Why do people with Immortal souls HI. Co_.,lUoat.Katherlne : INN +'Y, -
Wall Street is said to have had I
r well for those into whose hands spend their lives In leaving tiny ob- -My nose ; ... Wr A D. CARMICHAEL.

this unique.campaign documentmay a "lean Christmas." It is a good longs of pasteboard on other people dreadfully Florida.' Attorney at Law.
with Immortal souls whom they scarcely Cholly-Then It shows ,
come, to be advised of its thing for the country at large 1Ea-CoUecUons a Specialty.ChJpley. .
attention given
know" and don't care a straw about taste In backing away
real value. when things lean that T.-U. : FlaTHE
way.- ,
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There exists la Jamaica In the Weal

LOUISVILLE i \ & M8I1VIIJI R. II. TI lI! TABLE. curse Indies,reaUi a universal upon any superstition town chosen that to be a

I. all capital. Since lC>OO. when the tirst -
;. :.rcoSIL78N21: : :: NFW ORLe2AJ: :: >:fS_
b No. 4. No. 2. No. 3. No.1 chief city was founded no fewer than '

.II'. + 12:35 n'n 11:05: p m Lvv..Punsacola.,.. A.r 5:00 a m 4:00: p m three capitals have been ruined In mysterious FOLEY'S. z
2aapm 1:03: : am .. ....I'lomo.ton..Lr! 2:35am 2:30 p m- and tragic ways. Two have < :
... '4:23: ptn 8:51: a m ... .. Mobile : .. 12:300'& 1:2 f p m vanished utterly from the face of the
8:35 m 7:30 .....New Orleans...
.. p p m .. 8:00: p m 9:3 mNOR1'I3. earth. Some of the more superstitiousof .

: : :_
brooding the
the colonists over
-No.2. No 4. No. 1. No.
11:05 p m 12:35 p m Lv..Ponnacola. 4OOp: m 5:00 am strange history of their country fear
tI:15 a m 5:30pm Ar ..Montgomery& .Lv 11:15: am 9:35 pm that Kingston, the present capital, a "
,. '. 11:59 a m 9:12: pm.Birmingham .... 8:33: a m 4:05: : p m City: of 70,000 Inhabitants, will' share
2:30 a m 8:30: am. ....r.onhwllh..1 6:15: p m 2:45: : a m ; HONEY AND TAR
,. .,. the fate of Its predecessors.
J; ." 7.0am 11:59: a ra ..Cincinnati 0OOpm: 11: III pm
',.: 7:20am: l:3ipm .....St. .oIlIR. ...... 4:15pm: 8Mpm The first capital was Sevllla! Nueva
.: .(New Seville), otherwise called Seville
'7 ensacola nnc1 River .Jlluctlon. .1It
; .- No. 21. No. 2. No,22.i.J d'Oro (the Goldenv Seville\ ), on accountof I
,,' Do.lly DailyNostopwhereisnotshownI( Do.lly Dally Its marvelous Wealth. It was found

? 11 55 n', 70) a m Lv Pon"olllo" Ar 1050 P m '630 P m ed by Don Juan d'Esqulvel and Diego

,::. .. 122 1115"(} '. 713"716" Ynlestrllo Bohemia 1081 1037": 6 800 01 .... .. a son of Christopher Columbus. In a stops the cough and heals the lungs
:) 1221" 718" Escambla 10114" 557 .. few years It became the greatest Spanish -
.v. ..., "' '" 1235 72$ MnIaE city In the new world. Thither
1032" 6.15.
'i'- ?.. .' 1239 ". 738 Liarp' 1023 .' .640 .. \docked the blue blooded but Impecunious a and prevents a cold from settling on your
} ., '12110" 73 .Ga.I' City 1016 \ 527 nobles-of Castile eager to rebuild

'7_ 1253: ;' 739" Milton 1010.' 520".. tbelr family fortunes at the expense of
and in Pneumonia
130 a m God
( Range 4 M : i lungs resulting Pleurisy
151" 815", Holts II 35" 485 the poor Arnwnk. 1 ,
'.' 22.1'" 83: (Milllgan 920.' 411.' Cathedrals, palaces and monasteries! .
,t', 231" 839 ;, Crdl1tvlew 913'. 400" those of Spain In splendor, >
,;; .: ; '. 301.' 856" Deer Lana 8 M" 3 34 .. Consumption. .
'k" '. .. 823" 010 :\J.I8Y: ; lI'ia.d 840" 316't were erected. The marble streets were
; ., .- 403 935" De crowded with gayly clad courtiers and ,,
J'Ll11lakSurlngs! 813" 243"
, \w"I..y."..: ;. .1 '..... 941 ... Arllvle 7. .. 231." Indian slaves who tolled for them and You are in no danger of serious results ifFOLEY'S
' 4 40.. 9117"..'. Ponce do Leou9 72U" 213.t brought them tribute from mine and
I' .. "'500' If110 \V'Jltvlll! 717'"' 1115"
.. ..
Jungle. ,
, ;r:;; 'I"'''; ''" 5 50.i 33 .. 103 101() .. 01ryville JI.mfa.y. 713"is 115 '" 127"I 149"r Then, In a nlght.Xhe city vanished, HONEY AND TAR is taken, ;'

I or ';y. 8oO: "... 104" ? ChlplllY 637" 1 04 n'n... and no one can ten today :what happened -
'. 1\\ 31) .. 1101 .", Oottonda.le. 618 .". 1238 to it. N urvlvofs and no records
it air
701 11 25 Marianna 600 1214 as soothes and heals the inflamed ,
.,I" 7'30 11.5 .. Cypress 588 .. 1145am were Ip/ behInd to tell the tale. pas-
.. .. '
740 1111 Grand Ridge 533 1123 Today oue- cnn see. burled In tropical
'." 759 .. 1203: Snead21: ". 10110 jungle. a mlln of marble pavement anda and the
disappears. '
815. 1216 n'n Ar River Junction_. Lv. 510 ; 1020 a 00 few broken columns and arches. sages cough

, -- .Nothing else remains of tile Golden h,

r; .' Now is-" the NEW YORK TIME.It Seville, once so prosperous and splendid r+ Be sure and get FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, as preparations ..r

except ttew contradictory native -

... .'," '_ ,.". time io MH.l>&ciil, I.Weather tile Standard tlnreau Vaed,..(In."rr ilo... Oar traditions. These traditions variously ? containing opiates stop the cough temporarily by paralyzing the nerves 1

; for tlio I3f ,1L11et:. When we read-o' feport)' from uny of ascribe the destruction of the in the throat and: l leave the germs of serious lung trouble and you get .
: city and its Inhabitants to a mutiny of
i the ICO ri'gnfor weather bureau eta.uii
.... 'throughout our land bringing the the oppressed Indiana, an earthquake, one cold on another because the first one was not cured perfectly.
visitation of millions of red
... Information that a rainstorm, a tor- a sudden t ;;
t. I nndo or some other meteorological phenomenon ants and an attack by French buc- saved Hap Life From Pneumonia. Cured When V.ry Low With Pneumonia.
began at a certain hour we caneers. The very memory of what "My wife had a severe attack of Pneumonia which J. W. Bryan, of Lowder III, .rltes.My: little
1 the greatest of the new
Ira l inPairs need nut! suppose that the hour mentioned was once city followed a severe attack or La Cope! and I believe boy was very low with Pneumonia. Unknown to
: / refers to the time nt the! place world has almost perished. Even In that FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR saved her life," the doctor we gave him FOLEY'S HONEY AND ''S

where the observation was made; Tbe Jamaica few people know anything writes James Coffee, of Raymond, Missouri. TAR. The result was magical and puzzled the

tit hour Kheu Is the exact New York time, about the Golden Seville. > Dr.. C. J. ( :,IV Mich. writes: "I have doctor, as It Immediately"stopped the racking cough

t f 8 ; Keeley St., for every clock at the regular weather Tbe Spaniards made Saint Jago de la k used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR In threo very and he quickly recovered.

CHICAGO, ILL., Oct, 2, 1'302.( bureau stations all over the land Is set Vega, now called Spanish Town their severe cases of Pneumonia with good results in every
second capital. Time and again It was Three Sires 25o 5Oo and $1 00
,.: I suffered with falling and congestion to tbe neveuty-Uftb meridian, or eastern case. .
e '. of the womb, with severepaini stundurd time which Is exactly devastated by hurricane and plague
I: i .through the groins I suffered Ove bourn lxblud Jreenwlcu time. harassed by Indian revolts or ransacked -
: picaroane. Gradually The -cent size contains 2 I -2 times as much'as the
t' ,'.: ,{ terribly at the time of menstruation Only this standard of time Is used by adventurous F 5o ;

,:' ; and rushing, had of blinding blood to the headaches brain. In levlew the text and of all the weather Monthly bureau Weather ob- now It it Is sank merely from a Its squalid high until small size, and the $ 1.00 size almost 6 times as much.

', What to try I !knew not, for it When the English conquered the Is-
1 I. (crvers are required to record obaeryu-
seemed that I bad tried all and
.... failed, but 1 had never tried Wine ions by It. The reason for this la that land they made Tort Royal their real SOLD AHD RECOMMENDED BY ''t' ,' ,

t of Cardui. that blessed remedy for cue best sclontltlc deductions from the capital, though Spanish official Town remained sent of- 8. hi.: MtUU-VCllY Bill Chlpley, lo't." Ur llllOCK, Verona. Fla. .
time the
sick: women. I found it pleasant weather reports must be based upon some The of tbe In- ____._.__.__ ____ _,_ _.
emporium uu --- ---- --
to take and soon knew that I badfit' the rendition of the atmosphere existing government. of the ,
New blood and the main, the marketfor catty imrt century We obtain U. H. and
, : the right medicine. siuiultjneously In different partsof dies Spanish ** promptly foreign
but It line already been thrice destroyed Do
I seemed to course through my veins tbe country. the' ill gotten gains of 10,000 buccaneers :
'k and after eleven bottles I by fire and several times ravagedby
.- using Port Koyal soon become the
I ; o
It would be very ludL rows If all tbe hurricanes. The Inhabitants naturally ..
'f was a well woman. YouTake'
wickedest of the
richest and city new
hundreds of reports sent dally had to
wonder what catastrophe will
. f' I"1Cla4 .. be chunked at the central office In world. At the height of Its splendor
:> V and Its vice It was destroyed within' happen next. '. i J<*?n ftWiiTrnrt '' t -JC""jtf'Wl'lEkiud
from local
Washington to eastern time
,. < model,vitetutt. or photo ollovtntloD for
... and so all the regular observers are required the space of two minutes by an 1 frooreiMirb uu T .: ;,,i' : earth-I Many men have been capable of doIng I'UowtoBecureTDflnC' write
Mr Bush is in perfect to the New quake MflDVO
age York eastern
now or
# a wise thing. but very few a gen! p tent i ndin I S131"R!H I 4o '
.t.t., ; health because she took Wine of time, In ui n king their reports.There "The ground" opening[ \ In I erous thltiir.-Popo.Pltl TIlE BANNER ?
Places at once, wrote an eyewitness r
.:: ,I Cardui for menstrual disorders, are many volunteer observersand
: !In 1602. few days after the catastrophe
nt-WHpuper: correspondents who In
: 1t:1;: ':, bearing down pains and remedies blinding reporting weather phenomena use other "swallowed up Multitudes of People Not Look n la tit. If not
i" headaches when whole Streets sinking ender of the
standards of time. If the weather together ThA Intelh;ent compositor
:if;::(,; ,failed to bring her relief. Any bureau has occasion to use tbelr reports water with Men Women aud Children kind that; figures In many nnecdoto,, >pposite U. S. Patent Office

J },, sufferer may secure health by tak- the time In often corrected to In them; and those Houses which worked on an Arkansas paper at a Why not? WASHINGTON D.C. !

<;'! ing Wine of Cardui in her home. agree with the eastern ntundarj or the but Just now appeared the Fairest and II period when a well known novelist was -- -

;u '" The first bottle convinces the patient local standard hi mentioned.-Detroit Loftiest In these Parts and might vie editor. One day the printer undertook We wilt send TUB! RAh NLR! post paid A QO YEARS'

.;" she is on the road to health. Free Press. with theFlncst Buildings In tbe World to set up the word "doughnut.! He to any address, for $1 per year; Ou. for six EXPERIENCE
'... were In a moment Sunk in the Garth, spelled It "donut." monthst; Mo, for three mouths w,

? ,..! For advice in cases requiring Women Who D... Like Men. und nothing to be seen of them; such "See here," said the novelist "don't

ttJ'I; special directions, address< giving Tourists In the Austrian Tyrol and the CryIng. such Shrieking and Mourning you know how to spell 'doughnut OrWe
"The Ladies' Advisory
.f':art', symptoms Department, ," The Chattanooga remoter regions of the Hwlxs Alps of- I never heard, nor could anything In You've misspelled It here." will send THE BANNER and the

a'a Medicine Co.. Chattanooga Tenn. ten come across strange peculiarities of my Opinion appear more Terrible to The Intelligent compositor came ov rand New Yrok Thrloo-a-Week World, one yetii

dress, especially among the females In the Eye of Man. Here a Company .of gazed at the proof and scratched I er$1.05.Or '

WJ3NEoIC nUD those out of the way places. In the People Swallowed up at once; there a his head In perplexity. < ; TRADE DESIGNS: MARKS

) little village of Champery which ne.s- whole Street tumbling down and in "Well" be admitted, "that doesn't CopvniaHrs Ac.AnrnneHondhm .

tTes nlaiost under the ..Dent Earth had 'vr In It aHkotflhand docrlptlnn irnyQiltoklr :
frownlug Another Place the Trembling. look right, but It a once We will .
send Tim BAIINIB: and the ,
YYY >' fucttrtiilrl our opinion w ether an
I If' du SIlclL: the women dress like men and openlug her Ravenous Jaws, let in the and somehow that didn't look right Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year, for |1.110Or tlniiiMrlatlronnnilant/Kl.\: M probnljly; pat HANDBflOK nt freo omniunlpH.PiUonU
/ may often be seen In tbe lipId Nat'urally this Town Is be- either." on .
Cure !! :Merciless Sea so that Sent t reo. indent liuenny for'Boouniid patentii.F
Foley's they are objects of much Interest come a Heap of Ruins. Several Peo- tent nitlca. token, without tbrouBtt ohnrye Munn, liitueSckniific A Co. reaelverperlai

, makes kldnya and bladder right :I to tourists but the women do not ple were Swallowed up of the Earth .
seem to bo at all uncomfortably conscious when tbe Sea breaking In before tbe Narrow minds think nothing right' If you want all three papers -TUB Jlrn .\ .n.A .
BANNKH, The New York World Tbe At-
j. >t of the peculiarity of their garb. Earth: could Close, they were washedup above their own capacity-Rochefoucauld. tunta Jluronl-\Vv will make tbe extremely hanrtmmely, of an/.rlm.tWn lllnBtmteil. wnelly. unrest'J'.rn., Id nt.s
The penaante of Cbnmpery are a simple again and Miraculously saved from low price of only $2,80 for the three pa monthL Sold by ell n.waloeler..

,0 kindly folk. und doubtless tied this Perishing Others the Earth\ ,receivedup I leers MUNN h; & Co.aetemsdsay' New York

novel dress more accommodating to the to their Necks, and then Closed I I ChureL: Dlrectorr. Today Is the acceptable lime to subscribe Br.uob once 634 V 8U Walhluilun.TOE .1 );
hard work they have to do upon them and squeezed them to M. E. Church, South.-Preaching every w
.1.. let and 8rd Hunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
,'., '. Death with their Heads above Ground, O. N. Wlnnleu, Pastor. TilE+ 1IANI1 IIe ulEGGRDOF:
\ Poor Condition. many of which the Dogs Eat: Multltudes Sabbath School 10 a. m R.I. Miller

Seedy "Ask pupa tonight" suggests the gentle of People Floating up and down, Superintendent. Chi ley, Via.
,i girl to her adorer. "He Is In such a having no Burial. The Burying Placeat Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. CUilES
Colt mow-' yi.,id mors- $ good ligmor because be got the betterof Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday
FallBudoea Is Destroyed
the quite
aave ll.xpenmcntmg- nIghts. Everybody cordially Invited. Foley's Honey and Tar
?'; disappointments 48v 4 some! man In a bOsiness transaction tho Dead Bodies being washed out of
JL .r the und.m tMCd. today. their Graves their Tombs beat to Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd torthlldren.aaft.sure. Noo: lates.

.:t r Sold, Annual by ul duicr poelpel4< IVO4Eecit free The adorer. shakes! his head doubt Pieces and they floating up and down; and 4th Hundsv. S. 11. Rogers, pastor.
Sabbath p, m. J. P.bbrreste'Su'erinteneent. ,
0> el
to ru.ppuv.nt.D. i fully, It Is sad to'think bow. we. bave Suf Thrice Week Edition I ,,,,,,
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M. FERRY & CO.. "Ibl'lIeve I'd better not." be sighs fen d. Vrnver. Meeting Wednesday nights.

Detroit. Mich- "1 am the man be got tbe better of. "Tbe Earth hath still fits of ShakIng. Po.tetaee -OP TUBNFW -

and h? would be sure to- say that becouldn't with very much Thunder and Lightning Directory. YORK WOULD Is prowlntr largereierr' day. IOUn'
let his daughter Office hours 7:30 a, to 715! : except
marry a moo and dreadful Weather yet this m. p.m.;
BANNER =LVE Hun lava.Eastbound. -AND TJIEClijpior NAME should be on the list.
eo unsuccessful. -Judge.
bad so little effect upon some People mall closes! at 10:30 a.m. CURESWhites
the most healing salve! In the world. here that the very same Nlgbt they \Ve..t-bcund mall closes at 6:3O p.m. Banner I Painful,
Telia How. were at their Old Trade of Drinking Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m., -FOll- .. 6 F P Profess and Irregue
"And! aren't you married yet?** Warehouses and leave at 13 m.dI\IIY.flIcAIJ&: Mondays S S lap Manses,
and Swearing; breaking up Mall from Orange Hill Uayhead and St.
"No. $1.f5(; PER YEAKn.
Ovarian Troubles,
Pillaging and Stealing from leaves
; Andrews arrives at a p.m.. and at I "
"WelL well! I thought" you were engaged PEULB; MiTjiccA. Failing of th. Womb
theIr Neighbors even while tbe Earthquake a.m. daily except: Munday.
to a certain young lady In Oer- lasted and several of them werede.troJ'ed Sunday hours: U:00; a.. m. toll:3Oa. m.-. Twice a week World has now become and all other disturbances to which
to write roc oar oonfldentlal letter befor..poplvIDc uiuntowo and from 5:30 p.m. to 7:15 p,m. issued ..
the Tbrlce.aweekVorld. boinfr'{ every females are skpject, .peelalJthole/
be worth and Indeed
montj. In the :
for pale"11t may very Act;
w.promptly obtain U.I fcf.:! anlt Foreign "No; I was engaged to an uncertain Money Orders Issued at all hours when Monday Wednesday l and Friday' {,obstinate cases which for years have
tills Place hits been one of the LudestIn office Is open, except: The most liberal offer ever made to the
lady and Hint's I'm not W3SLBY. resisted all other treatment
PATENTS young why tbe Christian World. a emit of all P. M. nil bl lo. TheThrlce-a-week World Is I larger
rrled.-Exchsoge. .. AN OLD CHROMIC' CASE.
ma eml woekl '
filthiness, and n mere Sodom. than any weekly or > newspaper -
and TRADE MARS tlr return ENTIRE Our Clubbing List.BANNxn published. furnishing eighteen palfP., For /five years 1 I suffered"fmm whIte
model, sketch Old Port Royal lies burled beneath womb trouble. hrea
-r"7." ea Ausylog. eight columns wide, every week and the lend physicians fl1l1-
oP.1'hn present Dollar
sea. One pnd
llbipley IUXKKK tor Sixty d'F'nP.andmyconritl'
( W. Lajnee Un't efnctly .
report on paten ll1ty. IP" My'wlfe an an- Journal per year 91.75.: nlOOn l u ro"e.1
the best legal aeirlce and adTbw, and oar archlftt. but she. this Royal. a place of no Importance exceptas I live cents a year. The World combines all and I am now practically cured, f takeplpaanro
charg-ei are moderato Try us.k annoyed me mornIng a coaling station was built after BANSEH: and Thrlcdweek New York the freshness and crispness ota dally with in recommending1, it toatifrenng
with oneof her incendiary speeches. World per '' 1.65. the latructlve and sjeclal features of a women. AU*. L.A. EI.L1S.
SWIFT & CO. ,JpnknYon don't soy so? the earthquake a fire and a landslide I IIA.NHKR: and Semi-weekly Tlmei-Un weekly. aroourav e. rCy.

k ; Patent Lavryon, Laysee-Yes. she gakl.'"Henry get up having destroyed the few houses left I on and Citizen per year,'150. Address for further Information .wrltsbth. L.dl-'Re.nk! DRUGGISTeLU.I..Oo.:1urr.'i.I.
standing. nA.Kitz8and home and Farm TheCUlPLKY BANNbR; SELL O. t
l..5 F.
Opp. U.S. Patent Ofnce.Washlngton, D.C. this minute and make the flre."-PblluVaMta : per year. Cblpley KU. P.
d.lnhis J.- .- Kingston! .wasnot,. founded. until 1I1e.. I1.2SV 1 1gillrl

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o. 0 'DID YOUt | For the mutual benefit and Improvc- JIIOT.CB.

Did you do anything-to make a heart I r ment ot the agricultural. classes throughout Notice la hereby rivm that I.Ernest A. F.I ..- 4r}
nln ,
as guardian for Willln Payne and Brnnsft '
glad Christmas or did ydti"thluk alone of the county, the farmer of Jackson I Payne, minor, wIll apply-to Bon inns. K. W...... I'

Magnificent Stock! yourself? There are many poor people 1 Icuunty bave,organized a Farmers' club. hot County office Judged In V........Washington... said aunty County, on the Florida 7th day at "

right under your eyes who -.ere not able I Why can't the farmers 6f Washington of January, 1WM, fur pnrmiiHikm to sell at private I
I county do likewise? The BAN .Ea will or public sale. for cash or on crnUt. aa the .said ,
to enjoy themiielves because of the lack Judge may order all th" tlt'e and Intermit
aid the movement In all ways possible.UAV ..r the aid. minors In the following described. tract ",
Values! of money with which to buy the nice I a cr fofod of land situated In the town of Cblnfev,
Marvellous things brought to your boine. Did you I 414 county and state, tnwlt: LM Number 27, ,
bulnr. a fortortheanuth. half northnaat. o..r-
see that they got some of the' good things tardSectknturnTownshipamrnorth.: of ante
Ot T St 0 NCBoro ; 13 mat.- Also a lit OHnmanclnS': at at point at \
which the Lord to ?
permitted you enjoy the math west owner of the ten acre lot sold. by
Men's Suits. Overcoats. Boys suits. There are shores of little children all wo W, H. Dnnply and Sarah K. Oonnly to J. O. Man
+ .fen, bordering. on fourth trrrt Id town of Chlph-yj) ; 4 l''
$8.00 $7.50 $1.50 around you whose parents were too poor I! LOCALS runnlnir thunca, ORal 3 chain and 6lH link.;. I,
I thence: north 3 chains]thrnioe..ant 3 chains and33llnkethmmsmatSto10dogteneaat3chafna i
i to fet Santa Clans visit them. Did yon '
to 't1 to see Old Santa! and have the hearts of any I Messrs. Dnpre and Tooms.\of Anderson to beginning,coutaininranc:: and 4-109 of an j J,<>|

: iO of these little children made. glad by a attended tbe Xmas tree. era. EKHKBT!: A, 11'........... -
a', $20.00 $ 00 $6.50 .
Aa Guardian Aforesaid.NOTIC1C
ae visit from this old gentleman?' If yon I( Mr. L. O. Gay and family spent Xmas .

\ did none of these, thing you have no reason ': with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gay.I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ,yDepartment

I e Sterling Brand only Guaranteed Clothing In Town. to think you have done your doty. j I I I Owing to ,the c'onLlnu'. rain Xmas Land Office at UalneRvble. Fla..of Nov.the 30.Interior.1W3. f I ':

v A I i I day, everybody" kept closely housed.Mr. Notice" hereby siren. tbafnUoarhiff-cnmed: I
Fleece Lined Underwear $1.50 Suit Values for $1.00 PERT HAHAOKAaMIS.It a.ttler hall ftl..d notice of his Intention to ,make '.
,. I anal prnif. In ..nplfOrof bin claim and that Mild ..I" ,
R.I.. McKenzie returned the "
*, no
proti*will be before Clerk Circuit Court
mane atVermm.Flaounjan.9
r -- Is hard to respect old age In an egg. '
Tarpon Wednesday from a business tripto I'))04. yin William U.Owrna ,;l.
The ]line of Pants shown fit guaranteed. Slander crushed! to earth will lie attain. of Wanes Fla, Hd. WTJ7 for the wK ofwXl '
largest ever ; a Punsacola. neX of nwl(. R '1'... 2 N.. R. 14 w.
-- He name the following witnomen to prove It M
t'I' "' The mole you contract a debt the bigger Mr. Sheffield and family of Mlllvllle. continuous.-Id"" "", upon and cultivation of said ,
I it 'w the d'bt grows. land. win LIlM Taylor J. W. Rodgers F. M. ...r
Standard Prints'Still Sc per yard. attended lobe Xmas tree and spent Xmas Rodgers B.F. Swindle, all of Wanran. Fla. a.

Truth Is stranger. than fiction and a day with Mr. and Mrs. Gnodaon Ed.fea paid. W.G Robinson Ketnxter. ',

''I great deal more'scarce. Mrs. Walter Green Informs ns that
e' Our furnishing: Goods Department was never as complete as iti FOR PUBLICS TION.
I <, a *. t I Take It the country over the hens furnish her residence at Gnfaula des been"sold I Department of the Interior. I v*

'I y I is now, comprising; good;: values in the lay of t.beJand. and that she will return to see to the tend Notice" Office la hereby at Galnnvilln.given that" Fla-the.Nov.lollowlnir-named!II, 1W3. f

packing of her household effects and later setter run filed notice of his intention to make
( Neckwear Shirts Gloves Belts There are men who can ,darn a sock with her clay make anal proof In support hlRdalm and that saltl
return furutJy to to
_ e j without using a needle. prmdwill. bn made nefore J. It. Wells County '
,d' 'It, her permanent residence. Judg..., at Vernon Fla., on Jan 9 u 1W4. ,, &. F.lli
W""ka "wlet"w( of Wm. W. Weeks dcoaaanl" t tWauuau
Evil report, like! a hornets' nest Is a '
Xnas eve was observed In the !good old Fla. Hd. JTToa for the veil of nwX.
Suspenders, Hats and .Hosiery. good thing to leave alone. BLttkm 20. TP.3 N. R. 13 w.
.' fashioned way. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell j I Ho name thofdUowinarwitneMMRii to pure hhi.ormtuiuoua
Silence Is often than rmldanoaupin and cultivation of aaM
more exasperating Gay very kindly cave their house to the! land" via: Joe D a......, J_ Peel.I. L. Daniel. O.
the most violent opposition. e enjoyment neighbors and frl nda. I L. Daniul! allot Wan..... Fla.
K t:: Campbell & Butler ,AI I W. G Robl 'n
r $ Often when a.tnan's wife has", to support beautiful Holly tree was placed la tbe Ed.fen paid. Register.: ,

Fla. him helper ce''of the 1IpaC'OUIl' parlor and Santa
ChIpley a friendly lamp post
5.9 i
Clans was kept very bun for about an I Department of the Interior, t l
When a boy gets spanked\ he has to take.
o. 00 00 hour In unloading and distributing the Land OfBoe at Galnoavlllx. Fla. Dec a4. 1'103. r
ill mother's word for It that It hurts her Notice" i la hereby given that theldlowingnan.el.ettier "
---------- many !gifts ruing thereon. Everybody ,Inonrllttle has filed notice of his intention to ,makatlnal ,'I
too. proof in pupport of hi.claim and that aaitl .t
;R. U. Harrell was ono of the railroad When you want first!! class Job work, community was remembered proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court at i -
Judging from appearance, the man In 'and ton B most generously and handsome- Vernon. Fla. on January 23.1'KH. via: Carey C. ,.--II
boys to come tome to spend Christmas at prices to suit, give the BANNER a call the. Is at for electric Carter.of Wanmtn. Fla. Hd. W273, i .
( i y I: J moon no expense ly. Many little., "jokes" were given our of nw ".aectkm 32.: tp. 3.... r.J3 w. i;'

Mrs. Minnie Rollins returned a. few and be convinced.Our Ight.; S i bachelor falends which contributed much crmtinuouareHidcnca He namea the following upon wltnomiea and"" iJ'

.' days,ago from a lengthy visit to relatives' printer skipped out and left us If we were to give,the devil' his dues, enjoyment to the evening. Later the, land via: David Miller, Jamea C.... ..

MAPPV !'EWYEAR. la Alabama.. Christmas and as tbe editor has bepn the rush of business 'w- uld swamp the room war cleared l and those so Inclined Owens J, N. Carter all ol Wauaam W. & '

Here's to the happiness that seems M A. V. Tatum, of Boiling Green, Ky., sick, we have been rather handicapped old fellow. -, spent an hour or so In dancing t, .

Greater to hearts by sorrow tried this week., .
was' one of the visitors In the city Tues
A has for the
A* sweeter through the storm cloud. man no use ,average To the Fairness.I Department of
day. Mr. W. B. Downs left Saturday for
gleams Christmas presents than a tramp hair fora Land Office at Gainesville Fla., I
Taylor Ala.,with his,wife and son Lavosla .v have for sale about 23 bushels of May Notice la hiToby given that the '.. ..
The tenddr light of even tide. Its all right to take things ai they come finger bowl. "settler baa tiled notice" of bin
where they will take tho train for oats for sale at 1.00 per bushel.' Those final proof in support of bis claim and ,
provided they belong to some one
Again, may happiness prevail tia. There may be no use In telling a, man detllrlng"seed oats will do well to see me. be made.before Clerk

And live by loving' sacrifice! else. Macon e be ,Is a fool, but sometimes there Is. a lot -', W. T. DORJu: Vernon.Hiikman.: Flu."widow,on .......Willie 6.. 1904 C., Dick slat

e As flowers spread-tbrniifah- darkling{ vale Mr..Ed. Farrjpr, of Clayton, Ala., came I Mr. Jan. B. Gainer, of Taylor, Tex., of satisfaction In It. -- -.: Vernon.. Fla.. Hd. 37340 for thewK

',Their perfume fresh from paradlsa. In Monday on a visit to his brothers, came In a few days ago, spent a day then For 8alOw-- ,, 'I a X of nwM.Sec 34. Tp.3 N.. K. 15 W.He
The meanest thing about a bad temperIs f names the following witnefwon
I I went on to Econflna to spend dome time 1 have for sale 55 acres of good-fand, conl Inuous rexldetice upon and "
Pursuit of happiness may be that It la sure to( convict Its possessor rand yin John T.Carter. Henry
hrre.Mr. with.hU parents. with /good buildings good water and ?ood
_ With search for gold compared; and Mrs. R. F. Scarlett' 'left Tuesday j{I ; of being In the wrong. Improvements generally It is, located P. WlulmB; OOarter5tewart..! \f.f all.{fk ;
Both are acquired impiously Mr. Ouss B. Owen*, ot Lexington Ky., Ed. fee paid.
for their home
evening at St. Paul Facts are stubborn things" ,. but all stub- !X miles from VVausau; there Is S3 acres
Unless with others shared.lhilre .
In and Is visiting

came Wednesday morning
Minn. born things aren't facts. Some of them In good state of cultivation with good NOTICE FOR
from the water's waste with friends In the city all of whomare tance. For further particulars call ou or Department of j
We regret to note the severe Illness of'| are hogs of various kinds. '
Land Office ..
_ Shedding her shroud glad to see him.Mantellambrequln8.. address, A. D. VAHNUM.Chlplev Gainesville Fla.
slimy ,
i \V Notice is hereby ain that the
Air. H. Everltt, but hope he may soon "
Tbe lily lifts a chalice chaste fringed, 2)0 each; The difference between a newspaper ,.1'Ia. .ettlerhasSled notice of hla .
recover. man and a journalist Is that his final proof In support of hi.claim and
To match the !Hummer cloud. ono a
embroidered taffeta tick bishop collars. I proof will be made brfora Clerk
:Miss!! Mason bas bepn spending some job and the other looking, for one. TIIATTEIINIDLit 1TCH1NO.CauHed V............Fla.,on Feb. 6, 19O4 via
Youth ever finds the pastures lined 1I.'io( each; embroidered wash turn over by SALT RHEUM can be cured \V"""' .... el Orange Bill. Fla.. HJ.
With blossoms all a-glow. days hero with her slater, Mrs. J. A. Me collars, 20c each at Miss 1Iattle's.Mlsself I Girls are shy because they have seen by the only remedy In tho world that nwX He of names swM.the!Woe:following. 28. Tp.wltnonara 4 N.. it. 14 to

And hopeful ago can always find Kelthen. : too little of the world; youths are shy i Is sold with a printed positive' guaranteearound continuous residence. upon and ,, co."t
Meta and Alice Jones after
bottle. You will have ..
every land,
your viz; : Alon Harms Emme d
A JOPlqneatb; > \ the When yon'want.. fresh water-ground because they have too much of It.
!snow.: ." spending the holidays with their parentsat : seen money refunded In each .and every case' Gainer. John Walker all ol Orange
m'.al, call at Everitt & Home's; only 80o where DR. IIELDINU'H SKIN REMEDY W.<*.
No blare of t.rnmpatsfleets/ lobe sage Miller's Ferry, have returned and are I' Prudence and wisdom' have been crowded falls vo cure whether you have been Ed. fee paid.

'Who adds to I..arlllnllsiltore, per bushel. 1, ready to enter school again Monday. away from a treat many council Ores, afflicted one year or llfty. It U pleasant FOia

But yet the pens of every age The Atlantic training squadron bas and their' places stave been taken by to use. Doctors prescribe It. SALK.
few minutes here Kverltt & Borne I
Inscribe his Uov. Jgnnlngs spent a The Crampton ppery.IIIacreot
name on a
many page. arrived at Pensacola and will and gall.
spend some nerve 9-15. Chlpley. Fla. uated one mile nnuthwwit Chlptuy.
one day last week. He was on the boo fen to Minnia)A. e.............. Fon
Endless the warfare none can shun, time there. skip and jump campaigning. But If he i .."Any trmpawintf or cutting of

-I ', Wluh passion pride and pelf We feel awfully for a man'' whose i The Tailor Bird NOTICE land will be dealt with to the fullest.
; birds of the Notice h hereby riven that bide will be rereived
Th The brilliantly plumed
gjwateKt triumph ever;! won, highest Idea of "good time"' U to Oil 'up icatly. I to let contract for a Superintendent of Poor
I* victory over Ael f. tropical ,forests are exposed to many Farm and a keeper of Ferry .t Millen Ferry. at L !
and walk crooked. To read the Nortbern'and Western dangers, and If they were not gifted i Court Hones door at public out cry at next meet-
'VVhpn the husbandman I I I I fair ol thin Hard .t 11 M.. Jan. 4th 1904.
Phlnts(; prepares\ Mr. S. n. Rozler of Lumberton, N. O,, dispatches telling of the rigors of there- with peculiar yet useful Instincts they Part with whom contract In mademuat make Fleecing,
and tends the tiny treeDot's Friday{ would fall ready victims to their ene I geed and sufficient bond. Board reserve the ..
come In to the
he check his kindly cares, spend holidays cent blizzard: of that section makes a and right to reject any and all bids ;Ceiling }
mies. Chattering monkeys big
with relatives here. : By order of the Board of County Commissioners
Though resident of Florida glad that b. lives In
the fruit he'never see? Sldlncj.
Bunkea steal and eat their eggs while ; this the 9th day of Deormber.1043

Yes; sometimes even cold Is kind I George Newton with hit family, hasi a land so favored of nature.. their offspring, are preyed upon by W. C. I/OCKKY. Clerk for Board. Finishing and Dimension stuff

'" And mellows many a hurried root- I I moved. to Malvrrn, Ala., where they will We can hear a little politics about on foes on every side. But; It takes a sly I NOTICEFORPUBLICATION.' II j- on having:short to notice ship your You lumber can build

1'Iurce, the rough and bl\t .rind reside In the future. I the sly. Don't be afraid' boys to come monkey or snake to get ahead of the I Department. uf the Interior. ( places, as U In manufactured
Land Office at GalnenTllla Fla.. Dec. 7.1XU. I
a\nd lends a sweetness to the fruit. I I I" If vo'u haven't been pleased with the nut and say what you want and let the tailor bird, a email East Indian singing Notice hereby given that the fulloirlnir-named at homo, and the money you
In circulation here
f'Vi '" bird. She hides her nest so skillfully settler ha* sled notice uf hk Intention to make kept at
Evertheyouth n dwells In the' land -of weather since Christmas, you are certainly l good people know; about U through the that her enemies cannot find It. 0nal proof In aupporl of bin claim and that saM adds to the business of our city
column of the BANNER proof will I bem.debefore The County Judra at general benefit of our citizens. 1
.. Dreams, hard to. pleasn. no matter bow hard they try. This Vernon, Fla. on January In. 1'KO, win: Philip you a good hcnse now, and be

Whore ,every hill a mighty mountain I Miss Alllce Newton arrived Sunday Mr. Joe Schell, who has been In Tennessee she does by using her long 'slender Cog:of nwl-4 Sexton.of aal-4 Fla.*, Hil.awl-4 3HA33.of nel-4 for,Sec.the 4l,*,,.otawM t rapid will march of our city's

.?1 When seems; from Ala., and will spend the week herewith for the past four vears,came home bill as a needle. With the tough fiber N..R.l1w. price.furnish Come you see us.the lumber 4 \
from the day's He name the following wltnemma to prove Ma
awakening dreams abundant In the
the Misses Powns. a few days ago to spend a few weeks of a parasite plant coutln.1dat upon and cultivation of said GULl J20AST,&
escapeEach with P. tropics as a thread she news a dead land vie: J. J. SewelU John Sewell. Bryant
his Mr. J.
parents and Mrs., Scott Charlie Enflniier.: all of Orange Hill. Fla. LUMBER & SAWMILL,
: mist-blurred out line takes Its Some wag remarked that girls, go to Hchell.! leaf taken from' the ground to a living W.G. Konipreow.ttd. .
proper shape. church, not so ranch for the sermons or one near the end of ,a slender and : fee paid. Register; M. R. Pritchard. Man. "

-** *)tll the Staten: of Death appear, the music, as for the "htm1 t .*. We nad a pleasant sail)) Saturday from hanging branch, and between these .t'.

I Mr. Uuss McMillan of Bagdad Fla. leaves she builds her nest, where neither (R I
Nature balls ,
to rent.a while; Mr. F. M. Farrlor returned Monday S"WFARRIOR> ,
ones is one of Washington County's monkey nor snake can approach
Lights the darkness gathering drearWith from }
points Alabama where he had
because the branch will not bear their ,,
a passing summer smile.. spent. the holidays' with relatives boys and we were glad to sea him. He :,,!. i"
i spent the holidays here with relatives. weight. .'
Kent! comes to all, what ever bb 1'1J' Mr. Charge\ Stewart, representing that ,-
.Upon life's varied way- I Mr. J. W. Brown and family left last The First Lexleoaraphm.: rt
hustling piper the Pennacola Journal
May rest but give us f' 'enlrth to live week for Lake City, where they will In Dr Johnson even If we except his Its To You.For
was In the city one day I last wenk. Up
Another fuller day. ." the future reside. Their many friends predecessor Bailey, was not ttie fatherof .

.. Pete MeM: ll lao, who In attending school here wish' them success In their future lexicographers. lu a volume Issued I

Tomorrow v Is Jan lat, 1004. atDeFunlak came home to spend the' home and commend them to the good by the historical manuscripts;>> commission -

Christmas vacation with his on manuscripts;>> In tbe Welsb l language -
What kind of resolutions parents. of Lake
are people
you going City. I It Is stated drat the Idea of Illus all we can do is'to tell you i in plain figures
to make tomorrow? Mr. "Blue" .
Colvin, of Pt. Washington "
The not ,
girls say the boys need run trating the me/iulng and correct use

Mr. W. }I'. Tharp has our thanks for .a came up and spent the Yuletide season I away because loot Is Leap Year. That words! by actual quotations from tbe and words that ,

Oj> jrc;( ham for Xmas. with his daughter: Mrs O. N. WlnpleU. will be com fort rrtt'to/ some, but will not 'I literature of a living language seems to

a(? Mr. N. It. Bush, of Flomaton Ala., was I Mr. D. S. Robertson! of Bre-wtoa Ala., change results so'have It as von please.I I have Illruetbog been first put tbe In practice herald bard, by Griffith of. '

at home for thin holidays. came home and spent the holiday with The Arabs say, "he who would dee from -Farrior Brps.H
Wales, who died In 100... It was not .
I his parents lion and Mrs. S. M. Robert his fate metslt! half way." ,
," A rose to the living Is better than a till the days of Dr; Johnson 200 years 'j, 1 : \i' '

"" floral emblem to lobe dead.) .1 I < son.Mr D We know some girls whose best New later, that a similar Idea took root In Is tbe place you'ahould trade ; : /: ": '., '

I I. *. hiatchlns t bas moved hi* gristmill Year gifts to their mothers would. be to Kngllab soil An abbreviated copy of atr _
.-341.ts caps hnnds: ; -
,, baby eta '
,. going, {.com AH\ 1.0 back here and Is now roll up their dainty sleeves and agitate Griffith Illrnetliog's Welsh Dictionary BECAUSE : :

,cheap' at Misses Rlcf) rdllon. I I.prepared to-make good meal on short. no the dishwater about twenty-one times a'' was made by his pupil, William Llyn ,, ..' :;, I

..-.. Mrs. Carroll of Shelbyvj'lfe, Tex., Is Lice week, for a few months, while the .moth between 1507 and 1573 and la now In l

here visiting,Mrs. A. I. Miller. I e ers sit in the rocking chairs and rest. t the free library at Cardiff.. -London Its at their store you can always get;the best .
I Mr. B. U. Miller and family, of Hope, Globe. -I' x ,

Mr. J. W; Watson, of Valdosta. Oa. Ind. Mr. Herman Robertson Florence -'" .
,come In last week to make their and Miss goods, '

(; was a visitor In Chlpley Monday. 1 I home with us; we give to them a cordial Pile her were married at the home of Will Maka To. Sleep.. : ,-' .._

_. -.. J. M. Poston came In and spent a few welcome., the. bride's parents on Dec. 20th. The An alcohol rub at -bedtime will go _.ti Tlio Cbcnpc'stJrice: :; w. r

fur toward '
days here with groom Is a son of lion and Mrs. H. M. breaking up Insomnia. Let
friends this week. .
I Christmas Is past. Now let ns get downto the rubber begin with the forehead and "
Robertson and lobe bride Is a daughter As well as good clean goods. '
We had'pleauDt.. call from Col. D. H. ( bard work and make the coming temple of the tuwpless one paying -- ... '
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pllcher. The BAHHKB -
horde, IiIr.\ of Orange 11111 Saturday. twelve months a banner year In every tenders I particular attention to tbe spine and And the best bf it all, you get your money's -'"
particular congratulations and wish back of the neck. Rub the alcohol .
D. D Davis and family are spending for them a haopy and prosperous life.A gently but firmly Intd thebody, work- worth orYOUR. ..; -
some days with relatives at Euonflna. Mr. Steve Rozier and bride, come In I .
a i- I log gradually down to the feet and
V Misses last week; they are on a bridal tour and probably the patient will fall C
Richardson has put In a stylish CARD Oa Til A IS KM. asleep MONEY Bf\OK.
line are the guest of Dr. and Mrs.. Rosier of before tbe robbing Is completed. One
of dress skirts. Call and see them. We wish to ex press our heartfelt thanks; i
this place. night, or even one week of rubbing .
Mr. C. II. Houghton, of W" cros.. Qa., to the people of Chipley -and vicinity for I would not be likely to bring back permanent Don't forget now, that its at ( '
DIED.-At the residence of his son, usi ""'
business their kindness and sympathy shown I
to /leas a visitor here Wednesday habits of io ud. healthy slumber
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two miles west of town.f Tuesday evening at the death fit our beloved son and Aiere
but each nlgbt Is a gain, toward
with all Its
Joy nevertheless I Mr. J. T Adelsberger aged 81 BROS w
years; brother Robert E. McOeachy. Also we j ,the normal jfTjulIlbrlua} of the
a .make a follow feel I mighty In
... poor I Jhe was standing before t.he.fireplace. and would severally thank those offering: ..- nerves, and a nfWtb of alcohol rube ,
pntkrt.And the most ot 'em will be that | fell dead. The deceased has been hereabout "I(stance for the. capture of his mnrderer.' should put ono l lr 'a position to do without I "

: way after. tomorrow, when the bills come 7 years, and has a host of friends, Respectfully. external helps of any kind.-Boaj j 1.

e mence to roll In. ( besides relatives to mourn hilt loss. I .. TUB McQcAcar AIULY.I } ton Budget.. JT -.--.-. 1 J .

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